Holy Family Radio Parish Bulletin Board
Biblical thought of the week:
"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to his great mercy hath regenerated us unto a lively hope, by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, unto an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and that cannot fade, reserved in heaven for you, who, by the power of God, are kept by faith unto salvation, ready to be revealed in the last time."
-- 1 Peter 1:3ff Douay Rheims Version
Bishop Gainer ask that you prayerfully consider making a gift to the 2021 Diocesan Annual Campaign – as an “expression of your faith and of your gratitude for God’s blessings in your life.” Make your secure gift online at .
The Harrisburg Diocesan Council of Catholic Women’s 95th Annual Convention is being held virtually and is free to attend, Saturday, April 17th, from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. This year’s theme: “Rejoice and Be Thankful.” Keynote Speaker: Sarah Christmyer, author and adjunct faculty member at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary. Mass with Bishop Ronald Gainer. Workshops on forgiveness, listening and faith-based exercise. For more information and to register: visit www.hdccw.webs.com or contact Diane: 717-991-1605.
A Beginning Experience Weekend is an approved program designed for those suffering the loss of a spouse through death, divorce or separation. Beginning Experience has helped hundreds of persons to move towards successful, productive, happy lives. The next Beginning Experience Weekend will be April 16th through the 18th at Camp Kirchenwald, Lebanon.
Further information can be obtained by contacting the Harrisburg Beginning Experience Team at 717-379-0800.
Catholic senior high school girls are invited to apply for The Harrisburg Diocesan Council of Catholic Women’s scholarship award. All of the requirements, deadline and an application can be obtained by contacting Joyce at 717-737-0927.
Interfaith Shelter for Homeless Families is a Catholic Charities residential program in suburban Harrisburg, and, is in need of the following donations: ketchup; mustard; garlic powder; 15.5 ounce cans of kidney beans; paper (not Styrofoam) plates, cups and bowels; laundry detergent, bleach and dryer sheets; body lotion; non-contact infrared thermometers; and disposable masks. Donations can be taken to the Diocesan Center, 4800 Union Deposit Road or to the shelter directly at 120 Willow Road, Harrisburg. If bringing the items to the shelter, please call in advance: 717-652-8740. May God reward you for your generosity!
Are you choosing a school for your child? Consider a Catholic School. To find one near you go on-line at
The Diocesan Office of Vocations’ holds a bi-monthly Zoom discernment group for young men (junior year in high school through young adults). To join the discussion: Register via e-mail at email@example.com . Give a valid e-mail address and mailing address to receive the discussion material. The Zoom discernment group meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from 8-9 p.m.
In 1981, Mother Angelica, a cloistered Franciscan nun, launched what has become the largest media network in the world—the Eternal Word Television Network (ETWN). 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 on-line at http://motherangelicatour.com.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, known affectionately as, Mother Seton, is the first canonized saint born in America, and her 200th Anniversary is being Celebrated at the Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg throughout 2021. Information on Mother Seton’s life and the upcoming celebratory events can be found at .
St. Patrick School in Carlisle has staff and faculty openings for next school year: early childhood teacher; middle school religion, science, music, and math teachers; nurse; and librarian. Interested candidates should reach out to the Principal or visit and look under the “About us” tab for employment information.
St. Francis Xavier Parish in Gettysburg is seeking a part-time Director of Communications and a part-time Director of Evangelization. Job descriptions and applications can be found at www.stfxcc.org/apply .
The Diocese of Harrisburg Schools Department has announced Principal Openings. The listings are on the Diocese of Harrisburg’s website: .
Schools in the Diocese of Harrisburg are currently looking for long term substitutes. Interested? Call the diocesan Department of Catholic Schools at 717-657-4804 ext. 222.
Undefeated Courage is seeking nurses to staff its mobile ultrasound unit. Shifts available Monday through Friday 8 AM to 4 PM. For complete information and an application, Visit and click on the jobs link at the top of the page.
Holy Family Radio Prayer
Happy Easter! Christ is risen! Alleluia! Alleluia!
Let us pray this simple yet powerful and comforting Easter prayer from St. Hippolytus (A.D. 190-236)
Christ is Risen: The world below lies desolate
Christ is Risen: The spirits of evil are fallen
Christ is Risen: The angels of God are rejoicing
Christ is Risen: The tombs of the dead are empty
Christ is Risen indeed from the dead,
the first of the sleepers,
Glory and power are his forever and ever.
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SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT:
"Jesus' cross is an example of painful toil. His resurrection is the reward for painful toil.
"In the cross He showed us how we are to bear suffering. In His resurrection He showed us what we are to hope for."
-- St. Augustine