GloucesterCast April 23, 2013 With Host Joey C and Guest Fr Matthew Green
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We discuss Fr Green’s recent decision to take a year off from priesthood. What he loves about Gloucester, His Favorite Local restaurants, His origami classes at The Hive and how he announced his decision to his parishioners.
An evening of festivity Italian style
Dinner & a show featuring the sounds of legendary artists
Barry Mooney and friends
Saturday, October 27 in the Parish Hall of St. Ann’s Church
(Holy Family Parish) – parking next to St. Ann School at the corner of Pleasant and Prospect streets
Dipping oil with Virgilio’s bread
Ziti & Meatballs
Mudiga Chicken (breaded chicken cutlets)
Salad, Rolls & Butter
Italian desserts – Coffee, Tea
Open to all – Tickets cost $20
Proceeds support Holy Family Parish
Here are a few photos. I was in two of the choirs, so I don’t have photos of those, but here are some of the other performers:
The Women’s Guild is getting ready for the big Christmas Fair at St. Ann’s Church in Holy Family Parish (as announced on this blog). Here are some photos of the preparations, and some shots of merchandise:
The tables run almost the full length of the hall, and many are already almost full
Bea Ciaramitaro is the organizer, who has been working hard to bring it all together
All sorts of things are available, including secular winter items...
...and religious articles for year-round use...
...and religious Christmas decorations...
...all set up by the Women's Guild elves! (Here, setting up the jewelry table)
They are climbing ladders to be sure that everything is of the "highest" quality, even the hall decorations!
There are also religious and secular books, and much more! Come check it out on Saturday, Nov. 19, 9AM-2PM, in the Parish Hall under St. Ann’s Church, at 60 Prospect St. in Gloucester!
Father Green writes-
The St Ann’s Women’s Guild held its spaghetti dinner fundraiser this evening. Here are a few photos.
Some of the organizers:
It was run by the women’s guild, but men were allowed in the kitchen!
Fr. John Kiley dined with some visitors from his former parish in Ipswich, Our Lady of Hope.
Both older and younger generations were present:
Keep up the good work with the blog!
I got up early again this morning and stopped down by Capt. Joe’s. It was about 7:00 and the sun, not as bright as yesterday, softly warmed the cove.
I absolutely love this time of day, especially on the weekends. And Spring is definitely on its way. The birds are extremely animated. Everywhere I go – sparrows, crows, gulls, woodpeckers, cardinals, chickadees, geese, buffleheads, ducks – a beautiful cacophony.