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May 10th is Mother’s Day. Beginning on Mother’s Day weekend and continuing for the next two days, we will have special Masses in honor of all our mothers, both living and deceased. To include a name or names in the Mass intentions, please mail your intentions with your donation to:  St. Denis Rectory  90 Union Ave.   Manasquan   08736.  If you would like a special Mother’s Day card for a living mother, please call the office during regular business hours, so a card/cards can be left on the rectory porch for you.  All intentions should be received by the office staff no later than Friday, May 8th.  They will then be placed on the altar and the intentions will be remembered at the Mother’s Day Masses. 

 

(WWP) is a Catholic Faith study for women that aims to bring women to a deeper personal relationship with Jesus Christ by offering personal study and small group discussions that link our everyday challenges with the solutions given to us through the teaching of Christ and the Catholic Church. Beginning October 2019, WWP will have 2 study opportunities: Tuesday evenings (7:30-9) at St. Denis Parish or Wednesday afternoons (12:15-2) at St. Mark’s. Please visit www.wwpnjshore.com for specific study descriptions, details and to register.  

If you are experiencing the loss of someone in your life we welcome you to join with others who are bereaved to share in your loss. Through mutual sharing with guidance this series will offer support, prayer and work on answering questions about loss, grief, coping and potential for renewal of self and hope.  Join us on Thursdays, 10-11am at the St Denis Parish Office   Contact Eileen Ziesmer at (732) 223-0287 /This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to let us know you plan to attend or with any questions!

BLAZE is the Walking With Purpose program developed for middle-school-age girls. Our mission in Blaze is to speak truth into the hearts of girls who are bombarded by lies about their true worth and beauty. Every week they are introduced to a lie in our culture which is then countered with a biblical truth. The Bible becomes relevant, and girls begin to recognize the difference between the loving, affirming voice of their heavenly Father and the voices that tell them they aren’t good enough. Teaching these young girls how to use the Bible as a tool for spiritual growth encourages daily prayer and strengthens their bond with God and family. (From Blaze: Middle School Girl’s Curriculum Leader’s Guide). Meetings will be held Fridays, 6:30-7:30 pm and will continue 2-3 times per month until May. Email Jennifer Mahoney if you have any questions- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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