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Holy Family Radio Parish Bulletin Board

And Suddenly there came a sound from Heaven as of a mighty wind Coming.  And there appeared to them parted tongues as it were of fire, and it sat upon each and every one of them; and they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, , and they began to speak with divers tongues, according as the Holy Ghost gave them to speak.

                                                        --Acts of the Apostles 2:2-4

Recent Announcements 


Do you sometimes think that the Lord may have a special plan for you in life?  May the call to priesthood, or religious life be on your heart?  If so, you are invited to Quo Vadis Days.  Quo Vadis Days is a time of recreation, fellowship, prayer, and discussions to help you explore our Lord’s call in your life with priests, seminarians, and other young men like yourself, June 23rd to the 27th at Saint Mary’s Seminary, Emmitsburg, Maryland. There will be time for prayer, Mass, recreation and sports talks, great food, and and of course discussions all to help you discern. For all the information call the Diocese of Harrisburg at 717-657-4804 extension 282 or you can go to the Diocesan Web page 


The Harrisburg Council of Catholic Women is holding their 12th annual weekend retreat on the beautiful campus of Saint Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, Maryland from Friday evening, June 14th until noon on Sunday, June 16th.  The Retreat Master is Most Reverend Ronald W. Gainer, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Harrisburg.  For Registration forms and more details go to or call Jeanne 717-367-9306.  Register by May 31st.

Perohi & Kielbasi Sales - Starting in May 2024 Frozen Perohi and Kielbasi will be sold at St. Ann Byzantine Catholic Parish, 5408 Locust Lane every month through November on the first Wednesdays and Saturdays, and third Wednesdays of month, from 10 am-12 pm. The perohi are sold frozen for $7 bag, the frozen smoked kielbasa is sold for $8 a ring.

St. Joan of Arc Church, West Arena Avenue, Hershey, 50th Annual Parish Festival, Thursday through Saturday, June 6th, 7th, and 8th, 5:00 to 9:30 PM each night. Fun for the whole family!  Children’s games, Bingo, Magic of Tony Baroni (Fri/Sat), hot air balloon (Sat), silent auction includes an Autographed Christian Pulisic Jersey and a trip for two to sunny Sicily; raffles, plants, bake sale, crafts and more!  Musical entertainment each night For information call (717) 533-7168 or go to


St. Joan of Arc School offers weekly STEM Summer Camp programs! Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. On-line information is at


The 31st Annual St. Joseph Carnival, kick offs on Tuesday, June 11th through Saturday, June 15th, at  Saint Joseph’s Parish, Kingston Road, York, 5 to 10 PM each night.  Carnival-goers can enjoy food from local vendors and trucks, and family fun with rides and games. Casino-style wheels, hourly 50-50 raffle, Carnival Bingo,  beer & wine garden, nightly entertainment, and a grand prize raffle for $10,000! And there is so much more!  All the details for this year’s Saint Joseph Carnival can be found on-line at, .


The Knights of Columbus Council at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Enola, Pa is sponsoring a blood drive on Father's Day, June 16th, 8 am - 1 pm in St. Mary's Hall.


Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish will hold its summer festival, rain or shine, on the parish grounds in Middletown, Thursday through Saturday June 20th, 21st and 22nd, from 5:00 to 9:00 PM. Flea market, cash raffle, basket raffle, jewelry extravaganza, bingo, and games for all ages.  Enjoy great homemade meals of honey glazed chicken, halupki, pierogies, haluski, cheese steaks, grilled food, and more. Friday and Saturday: Farm Show milkshakes.  Live entertainment 6:00 to 9:00 PM!  For the kids an giant obstacle course with a seventeen-foot slide and bounce house.  For more information, visit


The St. Thomas More Society is celebrating their annual Feast Day Mass of St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher on Saturday, June 22nd at St. Leo's Parish in Lancaster at 9:00 AM. A continental breakfast will follow and all are invited. Questions can be emailed  to

“Summer Celebration! A Classical Voice Concert” will take place at St. Patrick Cathedral in Harrisburg on Sunday, June 23rd, 3 p.m.  Seasoned professional musicians will perform solo and ensemble selections of opera, operetta, musical theater and sacred music. Admission is free, however a free-will offering will be taken up during the presentation.


The Diocesan Camp at Kirchenwald is seeking volunteers to assist at its residential camp for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities from August 11th through 16th.  For all the information contact Kate at 717-657-4804, extension 317.


The members of the Serra Vocations Club of Harrisburg invite you to their meetings on the second Wednesday of each month at the Diocesan Center, in Harrisburg.  Mass is celebrated by Father Joshua Weaver at noon in the chapel at the Center, followed by prayers for our priests, sisters, deacons and seminarians, and lunch.  Meetings consist of prayer, announcements, a timely speaker and other instructional or spiritual events.  If you would like to attend a meeting, please email Stella at  [The organization, named after Saint Junipero Serra, has, as objectives, to promote priestly and religious vocations in the Catholic Church, by supporting our clergy and prospective clergy prayerfully and  financially.]


The Diocesan Office for Laity and Family is seeking Diocesan and Parish Leaders, both lay and clergy, to assist in the following ministries: The Red Bird Ministry - a grief support ministry for those who have lost a child; Springs in the Desert — supports those experiencing infertility; and Life-Giving Wounds — a ministry of healing for adult children  whose parents are divorced.  To learn more contact Melissa at 717-657-4804 extension 331.

Join Father Joshua Brommer, pastor and rector of the Cathedral Parish of St. Patrick in Harrisburg, on a Pilgrimage to France, September 9th through 18th.  Contact Karen Hurley at to receive a brochure with complete details.


Join Bishop Ronald Gainer as he follows the path of Paul the Apostle: October 8th through the 18th.  Discover natural beauty.  Learn ancient history traveling through the countryside of Greece and Turkey. For complete information, contact Kelly Gollick at 717-657-4804.


The St. Anselm Deanery of Benedictine Oblates meets the second Sunday each month at St. Pius the Tenth Church, Selinsgrove. The deanery is affiliated with St. Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe.  For more information, call or text Teresa Warlow at 717-275-2346.

Are you looking for a great school for your child?  If so, consider Catholic Schools.  The Catholic schools in the diocese of Harrisburg are noted for excellent academics, affordable tuition, high graduation rates, and college scholarships.  To find a school near you go on-line to 

The Flower of Carmel Hermitage is seeking volunteers to assist in the development of funding and construction of a Laura which is a small colony of hermits who spend their entire life in prayer alone with God.  In the Diocese of Harrisburg the hermit’s way of life is approved by our Bishop who is their superior.  These consecrated hermits live alone praying constantly and doing penance for the the forgiveness of their sins and those of the whole world.  As of old, they rely on the support of others.  If you want to learn more, explore the life, or want to assist in the building of something beautiful for God go on-line to, or e-mail

Needed: Catholic men and women volunteers for a prison ministry team (approximately one hour monthly) at the Camp Hill Prison (Fridays from 9:30- 10:30 AM). No experience necessary, orientation to be scheduled. For more information contact Bob Ribic at 717-571-4217.

The Knights of Columbus invite the faithful to join the Father McGivney Guild. Blessed Father McGivney, the founder of the Knights of Columbus, is one miracle away from sainthood. All are welcome to join the Father McGivney Guild. To learn more about Fr. Mc Givney or to join the guild, go .

Have you served in the military? The Catholic War Veterans are reactivating their Central Pennsylvania Chapter.  Any baptized Catholic who has served in uniform can join. The first year of membership is free. For more information, contact Bob DeSousa: 717-648-8317.

In 1981, Mother Angelica, a cloistered Franciscan nun, launched what has become the largest media network in the world, the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN).  Mother Angelica was born Rita A. Rizzo in a small home in the southeast end of Canton, Ohio during the Roaring Twenties.  Her life was not easy... still, with a few miracles and perseverance along the way, Mother’s EWTN now reaches over 700 million homes in 145 countries in various media formats.  You can learn all about her life by visiting the Mother Angelica Museum located at the Saint Raphael Center in Canton, Ohio.  To learn more about visiting the Center call 1-800-548-8270 or visit online at


Holy Family Radio Prayer & Thoughts 


All of us here at Holy Family Radio wish all of our listeners a most blessed, happy, and holy Season of Pentecost/Ordinary Time!


COME, O Creator Spirit blest,
And in our souls take up Thy rest,
Come with Thy grace and Heavenly aid,
And fill the hearts which Thou hast made.

Great Paraclete! To Thee we cry,
O highest gift of God most high!
Ofount of life! O fire of love!
Abd sweet anointing from above.

Thou in Thy sevenfold gifts art known,
The finger of God's hand we own;
The promise of the Father, Thou!
Who dost the tongue with power endow.

Kindle our senses from above,
And make our hearts o'erflow with love;
With patience firm and virtue high,
The weakness of our flesh supply.

Far from us drive the foe we dread,
And grant us Thy true peace instead;
So shall we not, with Thee for guide,
Turn from the path of life aside.

Oh, may Thy grace on us bestow
The Father and the Son to know,
And Thee through endless times confessed
Of both the Eternal Spirit blest.

All glory while the ages run
Be to the Father and the Son
Who rose from death; the same to Thee,
O Holy Ghost, eternally. Amen.

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If I am tempted to doubt the Resurrection, think about Creation, and, think about the seed of a plant which remains after a plant dies.  The seed is born in death and yet when planted in the ground it brings new life.​  So what should be easier to do? To create from nothing or bring that which is dead and planted in the ground to life again?  

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