Queen of the World Church134 Queens Road St. Marys, Pa 15857Phone: 834-4701 / Fax: 834-3422Email: [email protected] – Website: qwchurch.comMusic MinistryStephen Toney, Dir ector / Or ganist - Phone: 389-4507Peggy Hoffman, Assistant Dir ectorFaith Formation139 Church St. – Phone: 781-1042Janet VanEerden, Dir ectorMeredith Bon, Youth & Young Adult Ministr yElk County Catholic School SystemSam MacDonald, Pr esident600 Maurus Street – Phone: 834-7812St. Marys Catholic Elementary School114 Queens Road – Phone: 834-4169Deborah Slay, Pr incipalSt. Marys Catholic Middle SchoolJohn Schneider, Pr incipalElk County Catholic High School600 Maurus Street – Phone: 834-7800Sandy Florig, Pr incipalSchool Finance Office600 Maurus Street – Phone: 834-7812Bob Breindel, Dir ectorSchool Advancement Office - 834-7812Susan Jansen, Dir ectorFranchesca Stubber, Assistant Dir ectorLindsey Straub, Dir ector of Communications – 834-7812Directors of AdmissionsFranchesca Stubber - 834-1480Elementary / Middle / High SchoolAdvent2015December 06, 2015Very Rev. Richard J. Allen, V.F., PastorRev. Daniel Wolfel, O.S.B., Senior AssociateWeekend MassesSaturday Evening: 5:00 & 7:30 pmSunday: 7:30 & 10:00 amConfessionsSaturday: 4:00-4:50 pm & 7:00-7:20 pmThursday before First Friday: 4:00-4:40 pmParish office hours: Monday thru Thursday - 9 am to 4 pmParish office - Closed on FridaySacrament of BaptismArrangements must be made in advance at the parish office.Parents and Godparents must attend a Baptismal PreparationClass prior to the baptism. Baptisms are held on the secondand fourth Sundays of the month.Sacrament of MarriageCouples planning to marry must talk to a priest at least sixmonths in advance of the wedding.Sacrament of the SickPlease call a priest immediately in case of illness. Shut-insare urged to have their names placed on Communion lists.

Page TwoQueen of the World Church, St. Marys, PennsylvaniaGospel Summary & Question of the WeekRead Sunday’s Gospel, Lk 3:1-6SECOND WEEKOF ADVENT2nd Sunday of Advent - Cycle CMonday, December 7th7:00 AM Patricia Allen7:00 PM L&D Members of the Brem & Wolfe FamiliesTuesday, December 8th - Immaculate Conception BVM7:00 AM L&D Members of the QW Rosary Altar Society9:00 AM L&D Members of the Parish5:30 PM Bertha SchneiderWednesday, December 9th7:00 AM Robert SchauerThursday, December 10th7:00 AM Sue Pasquinelli6:45 PM Evening Prayer & BenedictionFriday, December 11th7:00 AM Kenneth HerzingSaturday, December 12th7:00 AM L&D Members of the Bernard Schutz, Sr. Fam.Vigil of Third Sunday of Advent5:00 PM7:30 PML&D John & Sharon Vollmer FamilyL&D Members of the ParishTHIRD SUNDAYOF ADVENTDecember 13, 20157:30 AM10:00 AM5:00 PML&D Mem. Thomas Wittman Family Jeff EckertCommunity Mass: Clarence ArnoldTHE SANCTUARY LAMP for the week ofDecember 6th burns in memory ofRonald NewellGospel Summary:"Prepare the way of the Lord, make straight his paths." Today'sGospel reading references an ancient text from the Old Testament Book of Isaiah. There, a prophecy was made that John theBaptist would fulfill many years later; John is the "voice of onecrying out in the desert." And the message that John's voiceproclaimed, in preparation for the coming of the Messiah, was amessage of repentance. The passage from Isaiah gives us someclues into what this repentance is supposed to do. It is meant tochange us into people who can properly welcome the Lordwhen he comes. Using the poetic image of a path, the text describes the kind of path that is suitable for the Lord. He shouldn't have to navigate valleys, scale mountains, wind aroundtwists and turns on the road, or traverse rough, difficult terrain.Instead, he should be able to move easily on smooth ground.Residents preparing to welcome an honored guest ought to dowhat they can to make the journey pleasant. The analogy relatesto our souls. As we prepare to welcome the Lord this Adventseason, we should make the "path" of our souls level, straight,and smooth. We should "fill" the valleys of laziness or despairwith diligence and joy. The mountains of pride and greedshould be made low with humility and generosity. The windingroads of dishonesty and manipulation "shall be made straight"with commitment to the truth. And the rough ways of our selfishness and stubbornness should be made smooth through charity and docility to the Holy Spirit. When we live our faith withsincerity and devotion, our souls are transformed. This Advent,may our souls become a pleasant path for Christ.Question of the Week:What Advent practice would assist you inexpressing repentance?MINISTERS’ SCHEDULE FOR DECEMBER 7th, 8th, 13th & 14thAltar ServersEucharistic MinistersLectorsDec. 7th Trevor Atkeson5:00 PM Sophia ViglioneDoug BauerBonnie PearsonChrissy KuharDec. 8th7:00 PMEva FeidlerChar GeciAnn Caskey5:00 PM Kira PesceKaleb PesceLinda Hoffman, Suzy Newman, Melanie PesceViolet Vollmer, Sharon Vollmer, Mike WeinzierlKathy Meyer7:30 PM Luke CaskeyLindsey QuaglianiJerry Bonfardine, Eva Feidler, Doris SchaeferMichelle Schaefer, Virginia Sorensen, Mary SteeleMary AgnesMarshall7:30 AM Adam BobenriethLogan BobenriethCarol Ferringer, Cathy Olson, Carla SchneiderRosie Schneider, Diane Shuttleworth, Barb TaylorDoug Bauer10:00 AM Ben SherryTabitha SherryMary Lynn Carnovale, Wanda Dragone, Char GeciKathy Herzing, Jack Pauline, Thad SorgKristin BishSteven LabantCarli MeekerChildren’s Liturgy of the Word Catechists:Tricia Porkolab & Jamie Williams

Page ThreeQueen of the World Church, St. Marys, Pennsylvania2016 CHURCH CALENDARSThis weekend, the 2016 Queen of the World Church calendarswill be available at all entrances. We wish to thank QualaDie, Inc. who sponsored an ad on the calendar and cut the costof our calendars in half. Every time you refer to your calendar, please remember the Schatz family for their generosityand kindness to the parish.CHRISTMAS FLOWERS .If you wish to make a contribution for flowersfor Christmas to beautify the Church inmemory / honor of a loved one, please returnthe Christmas Flower offering envelope inyour monthly packet. Remember to print thenames clearly. A listing of remembrances willappear in a future bulletin, Thank You.BUS TO ANNUAL MARCH FOR LIFEThe Elk County Right to Life is sponsoring a bus to the Annual march for Life in Washington, DC on Friday, January 22.The cost is 35. The bus will leave St. Marys at 4:15 am andwill return later that night. The peaceful demonstration is heldeach year as a witness to the truth concerning the greatest human rights violation of our time, abortion. For more information or to RSVP please call Mary B. Maloney at 834-3834.SHALOM CHRISTMAS CONCERTPlease join is as we welcome and celebrate the Birthof our Lord Jesus Christ with music at a ShalomChristmas Concert to be held at the Paul G. ReitzTheater, DuBois on December 20, Sunday afternoonat 2:00 pm. The admission if free. All are welcometo attend. For more information, call Judy at 814-637-5930 orRich at 814-771-7932.DAILY SCRIPTURE READINGSMonday, December 7thIs 35:1-10/ Ps 85:9-14/Lk 5:17-26Tuesday, December 8th - Immaculate Conception of BVMGn 3:9-15, 20/Ps 98:1-4/Eph 1:3-6, 11-12/Lk 1:26-38Wednesday, December 9thIs 40:25-31/Ps 103:1-4, 8, 10/Mt 11:28-30Thursday, December 10thIs 41:13-20/Ps 145:1, 9-13/Mt 11:11-15Friday, December 11thIs 48:17-19/Ps 1:1-4, 6/Mt 11:16-19Saturday, December 12th - Our Lady of GuadalupeZec 2:14-17 or Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab/Jdt 13:18-19Lk 1:26-38 or Lk 1:39-47Sunday, December 13thZep 3:14-18a/Is 12:2-6/Phil 4:4-7/Lk 3:10-18December 6, 2015QUEEN OF THE WORLD CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTSThe Rosary Altar Society has for sale the Christmas ball ornament that was made available by theSt. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce years agowith the Queen of the World Church on it. Theseballs originally sold for 12.00, but, the RosaryAltar Society has them for sale for only 6.00.They make a nice keepsake of our church for yourself or as aChristmas gift. If interested in purchasing, please contact theRosary Altar Society treasurer, Mary Ann McCluskey at theparish office or by calling 594-4490.OLMSTED MANOR’S CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSEWill be held on December 6th & 13th - 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Theevent is free of charge and all are welcome. Guests will enjoyhomemade cookies and punch next to a warm fireplace orable to take a tour of the beautifully decorated manor. Whether coming to visit your “home away from home” or seeingOlmsted for the first time, you are cordially invited to join inan evening of celebration and friendship. Olmsted is locatedat 17 East Main St., Ludlow, PA.EUCHARISTIC ADORATIONHere at Queen of the World Church, all day Eucharistic Adoration is held on Thursdays after the 7:00am Mass until 6:45 pm when we have Evening Prayer & Benediction. On the sign up sheet in the backof church, you will see that there are several timeswhen no one signed up to be present with the Blessed Sacrament. Our time spent with Our Beloved Saviour in Adoration, can become the most profound, meaningful, joyful,peaceful and healing experience we could ever encounter!Eucharistic Adoration is an affirmation of our faith. We askthat you please check the schedule in the back of church andconsider spending a half hour with our Eucharistic Lord. It isnecessary that someone always be present during EucharisticAdoration, the Blessed Sacrament is never to be left alone.BENEDICTINE GIFT SHOPLooking for a great Christmas gift idea? Visit the BenedictineGift Shop! Open Tuesday - Friday: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm; Saturday 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Closed Sundays, Mondays and HolyDays. Phone 834-1353.PARISH CALENDAR·····Saturday & Sunday - Second Collection: For theReligious Retirement FundSunday, 12:30 pm - Queen of the Wor ld Rosar y AltarSociety’s Christmas Dinner at The HighlandsThursday, 7:30 am - Ador ation of the Blessed Sacr amentThursday, 6:45 pm - Evening Prayer & BenedictionSaturday & Sunday - Second Collection: The monthlySchool Subsidy CollectionADVENT: A Season of Hope and A nticipation

Page FourQueen of the World Church, St. Marys, PennsylvaniaPARISH OFFERTORY REPORT9th & 10th grade Life Teen this Sunday, December 6th beginning with 5 pm Mass (here at Queen of the World Church)followed by a class session.UPCOMING HAPPENINGS FOR YOUTH MINISTRY ····Wednesday, 12/09: 9th to 11th gr ades at the iCafeWednesday, 12/16: EDGE for the Middle School 6th - 8thgrades at the iCafe.Wednesday, 12/23: Totus Tuus at ECC Chapel for the7th to 12th grade. Totus Tuus is for students looking forchallenging lessons and discipleship training.Wednesday, 01/06: 8:00 pm - “Spirit Truth” Adorationat ECC Chapel until 9:00 pm. Everyone is welcome!July 1, 2015 thru June 30, 20165Actual income from OFFERTORY ONLY . . 321,392OFFERTORY INCOME for weekend of Nov. 21/22, 2015(This is our daily operating income.)Regular Envelope . . 17,399Loose . . . . . 2,169Children . .2School Support . . . . . 82Utilities & Maintenance. . 50Memorials . . . 80.For more information on Life Teen or Youth Ministry, go and click on “Youth Ministry”. If you have anyquestions, call Meredith at the Office of Youth Ministry at 781-1042 or 814-512-3112 or email: [email protected] Received . . 19,772Weekly Budget (Offertory) . 14,337MARCH FOR LIFE - YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT BUSFr. Ross (ECC & St. Boniface), Leslie Gahr (St. Boniface) andMeredith Bon are hosting an inspirational two day journey tothe DC area for the March for Life. Concert with Mark Hart,and more on Thursday, Jan. 21 with overnight accommodations and March for Life experience on Friday, Jan. 22. Costis 150 for adults, and 120 for students (grades 8-12) fromany school. Call Fr. Ross at 885-8941 or Meredith Bon at 512-3112. Seating is limited. Call today!DESIGNATED COLLECTIONS OF THE DIOCESEWeekend of November 21/22, 2015(These funds go to the Diocese.)Difference . . . . . 5,435Campaign for Human Development . . 890Retired Religious . 5Faith Magazine . 5Mission Sunday . 40Thank you !ACCEPTING ITEMS FOR CHRISTMAS STOREThe Elk County Catholic Elementary SchoolChristmas Store is accepting homemade craftitems for this year’s store that will be held December 9th & 10th. Donations should be dropped offat the elementary school office during schoolhours by Tuesday, December 8th. All donations will begreatly appreciated. Thank You!INTERPARISH FAITH FORMATION CLASSESElementary School: Wednesday, December 9th, 5:45 pm,in the St. Mary’s Parish Center.Middle School - Sunday, December 6th, at QW beginningwith 5:00 pm Mass; class until 7:45 pmConfirmation: Sunday, December 6th at Queen of theWorld Church, 6 to 8 pm.Total Envelopes Mailed Oct/Nov, 2015 . .1,017Total Number of Offertory Env Used Nov 14/15, 2015 .434Envelopes Mailed Not Used . 583Total Mass Attendance for Nov 21/22, 2015 .1,116AGING RELIGIOUS NEED YOUR HELPIn the United States today, there are more than 33,000 seniorCatholic sisters, brothers, and religious order priests. Thesereligious worked tirelessly in Catholic schools, hospitals, andagencies, usually for little or no pay. As a result, many religious communities lack adequate savings for retirement andeldercare. Your gift to today’s collection for the Reti9rementFund for Religious helps provide medications, nursing care,and more. Please be generous.ADVERTISER OF THE WEEKST. MARYS MOUNMENTSPRO-LIFE PERSPECTIVE — Despite efforts to downplay abortion’s roles in its lucrative business, PlannedParenthood has become responsible for nearly a quarter ofall abortion performed in the United States; And while theorganization advertises itself as nonprofit, its latest annualreport shows America’s top abortion chain setting records inrevenues—over a billion dollars.NRL News148 Timberline Road834-9848Please patronize the sponsors who appear on our bulletin. It isthrough their support that this bulletin is made possible. Business owners interested in advertising, please contact Liturgical Publications Inc. at800-477-4574 ext 6336, Bob Gallagher, LPI Representative. Thank youto the businesses who do advertise! Please tell a business when yousupport them that you saw their ad HERE!

November Pastoral Council MinutesQueen of the World Parish - Pastoral Council MinutesNovember 17, 2015, 7pm, RectoryMinutes respectfully submitted by Chrissy Kuhar, 11/22/2015I.Call to Order and Meeting CommencementThe regular meeting of the Queen of the world Pastoral Council was called to order at 7 pm on11/22/2015 by President, Carla Schneider. Fr. Allen began the meeting with a prayer.II.AttendanceThe following Council Members were in attendance at the 11/22/2015 meeting - Carla Schneider, NancyBucher, Mary Beth Schaut, Dolly Wehler, Nathan Assalone, Rosie Schneider, Jim Kugler, Rick Schatz,and Chrissy Kuhar.Also in attendance, Ex-Officio Members - Joe Kim, Fr. AllenAbsent - Pat Pfeufer, Mary Agnes Marshall (ex-officio)III.Approval of MinutesRich Schatz made a motion to accept and approve minutes from the October 20, 2015 Pastoral CouncilMeeting.The motion was seconded by Jim Kugler. Motion passed.IV.Pastor’s ReportFr. Allen provided the following update A.Offertory Campaign - The Sunday Visitor has reported that the Offertory Campaign is going verywell. Representatives from the Sunday Visitor have been very pleased with the parish’s response.Queen of the World has reached the 50% participation rate much earlier than expected in the campaign.Fr. Allen reported that, according to statistics of participation, 70% of “major” contributors and 50% of“some” contributors have responded. Weekly offertory collections are showing positive impact as parishioners are beginning to honor their increased offertory commitments. Weekly offertory rates are beingpublished weekly in the bulletin for all parishioners to review.B.Offertory Campaign Follow Up - Letters from The Sunday Visitor have been sent as follow up forthe campaign. Additional consideration letters for parishioners that have not responded, as well as thankyou letters for those have responded, have been sent. There may have been some overlap in letters withparishioners responding to the campaign later, only to receive a second notification letter. The parish wassorry for this, but recognized the secondary mailings were a necessary part of the process to be sure thatall parishioners had the opportunity to respond.C.Church Volunteerism - the next focus for the parish will be on recruitment for participation in thechurch through the concept of giving of “time and talent.” Discussion took place last month in doing aspring time volunteer fair. Fr. Allen also shared that the Sunday Visitor could also do a Time and TalentRecruitment. Fr. Allen open this topic to Pastoral Council for discussion. Should we consider a softhanded recruitment approach in the spring on our own, or consider having a more formal process?It was recommended that a more informal request for support occur in the spring. Then, dependently onthe results, consider using the Sunday Visitor for a more formal process in the fall. Mr. Kim shared thatusing Sunday Visitor assistance would be included as part of the fees already paid to them for the offertory campaign program.(Continued on back side)

Minutes continued .D.Christmas Mass Schedule - An idea was posed for the church to consider moving midnight masson Christmas to a 10 pm mass on Christmas Eve. Declining attendance and the late time was prompting this potential change. Fr. Allen checked with other parishes to consider the logistics of this change.Other churches would still provide a traditional midnight mass, which would still provide that opportunityfor anyone who wished to attend a traditionally timed service. Discussion of the Pastoral Council indicated that a 10 pm mass would be a good option for parishioners. The consensus among Council members was that this was a good idea and it should be given a try. If it doesn’t work, the church could return to the traditional mass schedule.E.Pastoral Planning Process Presentation - Fr. Allen reported that on November 18th, Bishop Persico and members of the Pastoral Planning Process Committee will be making a presentation at Queenof the World. Dinner would be provided at 5 pm, followed by the presentation from 6 to 8 pm. Fr. Allenasked for and recruited members of the Pastoral Council to assist with set up as well as service.F.Christmas Decorating - Fr. Allen reported that the decorating of the church for Christmas will beheld after the 10 am mass on 12/20. Any parishioner willing to assist would be much appreciated.V.Finance Reporta.Mr. Kim reported that the weekly finance report in the bulletin has been changed to include expenses, with the major expense of the church being school support. The has been done to help parishioners better understand the need for the offertory increase.b.The parish is able to pay its bills. The positive response from the offertory campaign is helping.VI.Old Businessa.Last month, Pastoral Council members discussed the status of parish socials. Nathan Assaloneshared that he will be looking into doing a Donut Social. Council Members discussed scheduling thesocial after the 10 am mass, possibly on January 10th (which will be date selected for un-decorating thechurch following the holidays).b.Ideas to involve young families - an idea was proposed to consider an Egg Hunt at Easter.Members discussed some questions on logistics. This idea will be considered for the spring.c.Cinnamon Roll Sales - more volunteers were recruited for the November Cinnamon Roll Sale.This was good news, as volunteerism has been low. Next sale is scheduled for January 23rd.VII.New Businessa.No new business items were noted.VIII. Other Discussion Pointsa.A question was posed asking if there was a list published of raffle winners from the Ammo andArms Sports Raffle. Yes, this was posted in the back of church.b.Idea - Could a list be compiled of people who volunteer for various organizations or groups withinthe church? Yes, this was noted to be a good idea. As groups are identified in the spring, volunteerswill be listed.IX.AdjournmentThe next meeting was scheduled to be held on Tuesday, January 19th, 2015 at 7 pm in the Rectory.Meeting was adjourned and ended with a prayer by Fr. Allen at 7:40 pm.

Page FiveQueen of the World Church, St. Marys, PennsylvaniaBAPTISMAL PREPARATION CLASSESJan. 5Queen of the World ChurchUPCOMING AREA HAPPENINGS834-4701Reservations must be made to attend this session. Pleasemake your reservations with Queen of the World Church.VOCATION CALENDAR Please consider joining the Parish31 Club for Vocations to the Religious Life. To join call834-6366.7th8th9th10th11th12th13thDecember 6, 2015Mary Ellen Frank, Lillian Haller, Eleanor NewellLisa Lyons, Bonnie Kopp, John PaulineDoll Fox, Dick & Leah Dallasen, Dale & Jen VogtTom Snyder, Anna Mae Mertz, Sally GeyerPat Pfeufer, Betty Cheatle, Nicole SchneiderVirginia Newell, Mady SchneiderSteve & Dody Winiarczyk, Peggy Hoffman, Emily O’NeillST. MARYS AREA CHRISTMAS DAY DINNERThe 20th annual Christmas Day Dinner, provided over 400dinners for persons in St. Marys, Kersey and Bennetts Valley.The 21st annual Christmas Day Dinner, is a free meal for anyresidents of St. Marys, Bennetts Valley and Kersey who arealone and unable to prepare a meal, or anyone who wants toshare their Christmas Day with others. You can eat in or havea meal delivered. Dinner is at First United Methodist Church,St. Marys at 12:30 pm. For reservations to eat in or have ameal delivered, call 781-7401. To donate pies, Jello salads,ham or turkeys call 781-1360. Monetary donations can besent to County National Bank. Make checks payable to St.Marys Area Christmas Day Dinner. To volunteer to help prepare, serve, deliver meals, or clean up, call Vada at 834-2230.COMING OF CHRIST“Advent” means coming. It is the time Christians prepare forthe three-fold coming of Christ—His first coming in history,His daily coming in our lives; and the fulfillment of God’sreign at the end of time. As ancient Israel waited for the coming of the Messiah, so too, Christians wait and prepare to celebrate the Birth of Jesus. The color of Advent has traditionally been purple. For a time, Christians looked at this purple asa penitential color and at Advent as a “little Lent.” Recently,though, Catholic liturgist have been stressing that Advent isnot about Lenten-style penitence, but about Messianic expectation. Advent’s purple is royal, not penitential. The ThirdSunday of Advent, traditionally called Gaudete Sunday afterthe Latin for “rejoice,” softens the Season with a rose colorfor joy.THE GIVING TREEGifts for the Giving Tree are due back in church this weekend.Please return your wrapped purchased gifts, but do not includethe sales slip, with the ornament tag taped to the package.Please NO toys!! The monetary envelopes should also bereturned to the parish office or dropped in the collection basket. If you need any further information please call Mary Annat 834-4701. Thank you in advance for your generosity andkindness to make a little child’s Christmas merry!········Sunday, 12/06: 8:45 am - Holiday Bake Sale at St.Boniface Church gathering room and also after the 10:30am Mass. Benefits St. Boniface School.Monday, 12/07 6:00 pm - Apostolate of Fatima HolyHour in Sacred Heart Church.Monday, 12/07: 6:30 pm - Monday Night BINGO atECCHS. Doors open at 4 pm.Tuesday, 12/08: 9:15 am - Adoration of the BlessedSacrament, St. Mary’s Church, Benediction at 6:45 pmWednesday, 12/09: 4:30 pm - Bowls of Love - A freemeal at First United Methodist Church, St. Marys.Friday, 12/11: 1:00 pm - Eucharistic Adoration atSacred Heart Church until 4:00 pm.Friday, 12/11: 4:30 pm - St. Leo Fish Fry until soldout. 9 for either fish or chicken tender dinner, 5 childportions. For take out call 772-4705.Friday, 12/11: 7:00 pm - ECCHS Music BoosterBINGO. Door s open at 5 pm, fr ee lunch, ear ly bir dspecials at 6:45 pm.·Saturday, 12/12: 9:00 am - Bah-Humbug Festival atSacred Heart until 3:00 pm. Crafts, Bake Sale, Lunch, etc.Saturday, 12/12: 7:00 pm - BINGO at St. Leo’s Schoolin the social hall. Doors open at 6 pm. Bingo at 7:00 pm.Extreme Bingo is back!! Handicap accessible. Kitchen open.·Monday, 12/14: - 1:00 pm - St. Anne’s ChristmasParty at Sacr ed Hear t.·PARISH CARE AND CONCERN PRAYER CHAINFor those needing prayers, please call Mary Ann Facetti at781-3085 or Cathy Olson at 834-3844.CD of A RAFFLE WINNERS 200 - Jane Scutella; 100 - Amy Meier; 50 - Jane Newell; 25 - Joan Distler. Thank you to everyone who supported thisraffle.QUEEN OF THE WORLD PARISHMEMBERSHIP FORMNameAddressPhone No.Please check one:I am new in the parish & wish to registerChange of AddressMoving out of ParishWant EnvelopesInterested in a Parish Ministry

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Meredith Bon, Youth & Young Adult Ministry Elk County Catholic School System Sam MacDonald, President 600 Maurus Street – Phone: 834 -7812 St. Marys Catholic Elementary School 114 Queens Road – Phone: 834 -4169 Deborah Slay, Principal St. Marys Catholic Middle School