Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) 2013-2014
The purpose of the Pastoral Council is to assist the Pastor in developing a pastoral plan which meets the challenge of the Gospel. Parish Pastoral Councils help create communities of worship and service in the image of Christ. The current members are:
Rutherford Taylor - Chairman (email@example.com)
Dave Demaris - Vice-Chairman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Suzy Giroux - Secretary (email@example.com)
Darryl Kelley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Father Ted Hegnauer - Pastor (FatherHegnauer@outlook.com)
Karen Clay - Principal
Home and School Association President
Emily Tierney - Finance Council Chair (email@example.com)
Ligia Rojas - Sodality Prefect
THE SODALITY OF OUR LADY is open to all parishioners (men & women) to further devotion to the Blessed Mother, to promote the spiritual welfare of the men and women of the parish, and to perform duties and special works assigned by the moderator. These include bake sales on some Community Sundays (3rd Sunday of the month), honor guards for deceased sodalists, annual Mother-Daughter Breakfast, Mothers' and Fathers' Day booklets, and yearly retreats or Days of Recollection.
We meet at 8:30 a.m., on the first Sunday of each month (except December and January) in the church for recitation of the Holy Rosary. Then we will attend the 9:00 a.m. Mass; immediately following Mass we will move to the Social Hall for our regular monthly meeting. If you would like to know more about being a Sodalist, our mission, and our programs, please join us at this meeting.
For information contact: Theresa Roberson, 301-868-2652 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to our current officers. They are:
Prefect - Ligia Rojas
Vice-Prefect - Carolyn Hayes
Secretary - Lorraine Wright
Treasurer - Karin Yeatman
Religious Education and Spiritual Development Committee (RESD)
The purpose of the RESD Committee is to coordinate, assist, and monitor the Religious Education and Spiritual Development program of the Parish. The committee provides advice and counsel to the Pastor on overall religious education and spiritual development of the various constituencies of the Parish.
The Movement of Hope group of Blessed Mother Rosa Gattorno meets once every month, usually on the second Saturday, after the Mass, Novena, and Rosary, in the church. Meetings are held in the Convent Conference Room. All are invited to join Sister Rezan in this devotional to the Foundress of the Daughters of St. Anne.
St. Philip the Apostle Church
5416 Henderson Way
Camp Springs, 20746
Phone: +1 301 423 4244 +1 301 423 4244
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