From the Desk of Father Davis
Friday, July 31, 2020
Next week the Church in America celebrates National Catholic Schools Week. It is an occasion for all of us to reflect on the significant impact that Catholic Education has had on us individually and even as a nation.
2021 Archbishop's Charity and Development Drive Begins
Thursday, January 7, 2021
The time is now. When our world is shaken by fear,
anxiety or despair, the
Church while not “of the
world” must be “in the world”
to witness God’s love. By
faith and Baptism, we are
incorporated into the Body of
Christ: we are the Church.
Uniting as Disciples in Faith
and Missionaries of Hope,
we can serve those most in
need by bringing Christ to them wherever they are.
This weekend is ABCD Commitment Weekend. The
Love of Christ urges on, no matter what challenges may
come our way. Together, as One in Faith, One in Hope
and One in Charity, please open your hearts to those
we serve through the ABCD and make a gift of hope
today. Thank you and God bless you!
Catholic New Year's Resolution Ideas
Tuesday, December 29, 2020
Today I bring to you the second way in which we can grow in our spiritual faith as found in an article by Nancy Flanders. May we continue to learn and hear what He has to say.
- Participate in First Saturdays.
- Go to Confession.
- Set a time to pray every day.
“Start small. If you haven’t been praying daily at all, set aside just five minutes during your favorite part of the day. If you already pray daily but feel like you can do more, then choose a time of day when you aren’t praying to add additional prayer time in. In the mornings you can say a prayer to start your day. At 3 o’clock you can try the Divine Mercy Chaplet. And of course, if you aren’t praying
the rosary daily, you can add those 15 minutes in during your day, even if it ends up being while you are driving.”
Fishers of Men Breakfast
Friday, September 18, 2020
Saturday, January 30th, 2020 from 8:30am - 12:00pm.
Signature Grand Guest Speaker: Fr. Bob Richardson.
All Recommended Safety Precautions will be Adhered.
Please Register by January 27th, 2021
Andrew Claridge (954) 682-0759, Brian Ellerhorst (954) 205-4221 or, Joseph Garagozza (954) 618-9288 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Council Meeting
Thursday, October 22, 2020
The next Quarterly Finance Council Meeting will be held
on Tuesday, February 9th, 2021, at 7:00pm.
It will be
in the Development Office Conference Room.
The Golf Classic
Thursday, January 14, 2021
We are excited to bring back our Golf Tournament.
The Golf Classic Support the St. Gregory through the St. Gregory Annual Golf Tournament.
Momies raised during our golf tournament will go toward the Gregorian Fund. This helps our parish and school in everything from tution assistance to special projects to facilities and operational costs.
Where: Jacaranda Country Club.
When: May 7th, 2021.
Who: All are invited!
- Golf Cart: $3500
- Hospitality: $2500
- Signature: $2000
- Day of: $1000
- Corporate: $800
- Hole: $250
- Player Registration: $175
- Foursome: $600
- Dinner Buffet Guest: $35
Golf Trio: $25
- 1 Mulligan
- 1 Putting Contest
- 1 Marshmallow Chip
Call the Development Office to sign up today: (954) 473-8170.
Monday, December 21, 2020
Young Adult Ministry: This ministry focuses on the spiritual,
social, intellectual, and pastoral formation of young adults.
Come see what we what are all about! We meet on the
weekends on a bi-weekly basis.
High School Youth Group: This ministry combines spiritual
formation with social activities catered for High School teens.
Come check us out! Meets on Tuesday nights at 6:30pm in the
Middle School Youth Group: This ministry combines spiritual
formation with social activities catered for Middle teens. Meets
after School on Wednesdays at 3:30pm in the Gymnasium. To
sign up, please contact Camila Gonzalez.
For more information on St. Gregory’s ‘AYM’ Programs, contact
Camila Gonzalez at email@example.com | 954-473-
6261 Ext. 1011.
On-Line Giving Sign Up
Friday, September 18, 2020
We currently live in a society that is on the move. Online Giving gives you the opportunity to support Saint Gregory anytime and anywhere with just the click of a button.
It is convenient. Anytime, anywhere access through the internet;
It is secure and confidential. It adheres to banking security standards;
It is flexible. You can start, stop, or change your contributions at any time;
It is simple. Actually, there’s no need to contact your bank or the Church Office; just click here and get started;
Contribute using direct withdrawal (ACH) or a credit card of your choice.
Thank you for supporting Saint Gregory!
Any questions, please call Brenda Carson, our envelope
coordinator, or Ofelia Kushner, our Budget Director, at (954) 473-6261.
Recommended Books for Spiritual Reading
Thursday, December 17, 2020
- The Little Prince, by Antoine de St. Exupery
- Everything that Rises Must Converge, Flannery O'Connor
- Abandonment to Divine Providence, by Jean Pierre de Causade
- Spiritual Exercises, by Saint Ignatius of Loyola
- The Way of Perfection, by Saint Teresa of Avila
- Clowning in Rome, by Henri Nouwen
- The Seven Storey Mountain, by Thomas Merton
- Centering Prayer, by Basil Pennington
- Guidelines for Mystical Prayer, by Ruth Burrows
- The Shoes of the Fisherman, by Morris West
- The Song at the Scaffold, by Gertrud Von Le Fort
- True Devotion, by Saint Louis de Montfort
- Homilies on the Blessed Virgin Mary, by Saint Bernard
- The Holy Eucharist, by Saint Alphonsus Liguori
Monday, August 3, 2020
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