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Excerpts from 2015 CTKM Newsletter
As we celebrate the Christmas season this year, we greet you with hearts full of thanksgiving to God for all His blessings,
especially for the continued support of our faithful friends. A few events didn’t make it into our last Newsletter:
2014, the Annual “Take a Sister to Lunch,” was hosted by the Palm Beach Diocesan Council of Catholic Women at St. Matthew Parish
in Lake Worth, Florida. The ladies always provide an afternoon of relaxation, good food and fun so that all in attendance may celebrate
a special time together at the beginning of the Advent season.
The Serra Club of South Palm Beach cordially invited all the
religious sisters of the Diocese of Palm Beach to attend their festive 14th “Annual Girl’s Night Out” event. The Serra Club
hosts this dinner to show appreciation to all sisters for each one’s ministry. These occasions were enjoyed by all.
events were held in February, 2015, at which several of the sisters were able to participate. A Holy Hour for the World
Day of Consecrated Life, a diocesan event, was hosted by Rev.Tomasz Makowski at Mary Immaculate chapel, at which Bishop Barbarito
A “Bible Timeline” seminar was held at St. John the Evangelist Parish Hall in Boca Raton. The seminar helped
to show how the key people, places and events of the Bible fit together to reveal God’s plan for humanity and how events of the Old
Testament are fulfilled in the New Testament. The speaker, Jeff Cavins, is the creator of The Great Adventure Catholic Bible Study
Program and director of the Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute. Srs.Linda, Monica & Berta are seen here at lunch
A presentation was given by Fr. Jack Welch, O. Carm. former Provincial of the Eastern Provinces of the Carmelites.
The lectures consisted of 1) St. Therese, Singing the Mercies of God. 2) St. Therese: God’s Merciful Love. 3) St.
Therese, Doctor of the Church.
The Joe-Paddy Festival returns! On Thursday, March 19th, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., St. Vincent de Paul
Seminary once again celebrated the feasts of St. Joseph and St. Patrick with a fund-raising event. Those who attended enjoyed an evening
of Irish and Italian music, food and drink as well as a silent and live auction in the company of the St. Vincent’s Community. Srs.
Berta and Christine attended.
Fr. Michael McNally joined us for lunch on Sunday, April 19th.. Fr. McMally has been a friend of
the community for more than 20 years. At one time he was the community confessor and also celebrated Mass for us for many years. He
is now Pastor of St. Mark Church in Ft.Pierce, Florida. His mother recently passed away. He brought pictures and memorabilia and shared
with us stories of his family, especially his mother.