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Saturday, September 12, at 8am
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SEARCH uses peer-to-peer or “youth talking to youth”
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Diocese Engaged Couples Retreat:
The Diocese of
Nashville holds nine Engaged Couples Retreats
throughout the year, hosted by different
parishes around the diocese.
This is a full day of talks, couples exchange,
and group discussions to help couples in their
preparation for marriage.
The talks include Myers-Briggs, Communication,
Finance, Intimacy and Spirituality.
The retreat for June 2015 was the first for a
couple of items.
First, it was the first time the retreat was
held in the new Catholic Pastoral Center on
Also, it was the first time St. Frances Cabrini
hosted the retreat.
Couples were Ken and Barb Condit, Michael and
Katy Moscardelli, Bernie and Christine Sy,
Deacon Paul and Amy Taylor.
There was also great teamwork and assistance
from members of St. Stephen Catholic Community;
Mark and Cheryl Marsh, and Zig and Ann
The Engaged Couples Retreat is coordinated by
Deacon Tom Samoray with assistance from his wife
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Kroger shoppers who have St. Frances Cabrini Church listed as your organization to support, you need to enroll/re-enroll your Plus card to our organization.
Please see the note below. Just go to the link and put in your password and re-enroll with our number: 16517.
At the bottom of the page it tells you what your donations were to SFC during the last quarter.
We wanted to remind you that Kroger’s annual participant re-enrollment will be during the entire month of August.
For your convenience, on August 11th, we will be sending a reminder email to all participants currently enrolled.
This will allow them to simply click a link within the email to directly re-enroll and support your organization.
If you have a participant that would like to re-enroll prior to that date, they can visit Kroger.com beginning August 1st.
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St.Frances Cabrini is hosting
it’s 2nd Annual Touch-a-Truck Event
where Kids of all ages can get up close to dozens
of vehicles including Fire Trucks, Police Cars,
Ambulance, Military, Public Utility, Sporting and
Construction Equipment, School Bus, Boats,
Motorcycles! Climb on up & sit in the driver’s
The date is set
for Saturday, September 12th from 11:00am to
3:00pm. (Rain or Shine) at the Wilson Co.
Fairgrounds using only
the Peyton Road Entrance.
Admission $5.00 per person *Kids 2
& under Free* Family Admission -
will be a Bouncy House, Petting Zoo, a Balloon
Artist, Face Painting, Music, Interactive
Activities, Prizes, Silent Auction, and Lots of
great Food available.
We are working in conjunction again with
the Lebanon Fire Department and helping collect
Christmas gifts for their Christmas For All toy
drive. Bring a new toy valued at $5.00 or above
and get one free CHILD’s admission, all toys
donated go to the Lebanon Fire Dept. Christmas for
All Toy Drive.
Thanks to our Sponsors
Click here to view last year’s
- Bates Ford
- Cunningham Electric & Building
- Tressler & Associates, PLLC
Attorneys at Law
- Law Offices of Michael P. Stewart
- Lynch’s Tree Service
- Music City Motorsports
- Kubota Rentals
- CEBS Lawncare
- A & E Cleaning & Painting
- Adelita’s Ice Cream
- Price’s Collision Centers
White Elephant. Have
any of you heard of or seen a White Elephant
booth at school fairs?
Well today is your lucky day. We will have
a White Elephant booth at Touch-a-Truck this
Kids will be able to pick out a prize at this
The prizes are wrapped and labeled for
boys/girls and different age groups.
Here is where you can help. We need
donations to make this booth a success.
We need books for all ages, toys, knick knacks
that don’t break, any kind of clean smaller
item will be great.
Also, we will also need
2 liter bottles of any kind of soda donated
for the ring toss.
We will have bins in the carpeted area
after all of the Masses that you can drop your
things off in.
Thank you in advance for your wonderful
support. We hope to see you there.
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Bible Study Group
Tuesday Co-Ed Bible Study Group
meets every Tuesday from 11am to 12:30pm in the Parish
Join fellow parishioners in examining the Sunday
readings to gain insight into their impact on Christian
New members are always welcome.
Contact: Kathleen Kissane 444-6756 or email@example.com
Thank you to everyone for your continued support to
address the growing needs of our parish.
It should be noted that within a matter of only a few
months, we are very close to our goal and
could not have made it this far without the love and
support of our community as well as the faith and
fellowship of one another.
Legion Of Mary meet Thursdays at 5:15 P.M. in the Ashley
Contact Susan Frazier at 615-449-5801
Anyone who would like to have the "Our Lady of Fatima"
pilgrim statue to visit their home, please contact
and Homebound Ministry
This ministry is an important role in our parish and we
want to nourish it with a more coordinated approach to our
hospitalized and homebound parishioners
so that our Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion will
know that we as a church are behind them in offering our
prayers and support.
If you know of a parishioner who would benefit from this
ministry, please call the church office at 444-0524 or
email Nikki at firstname.lastname@example.org
with their name and we will gladly contact them so that
they can begin receiving Holy Communion from one of our
parishioners on the Hospital & Homebound Ministry.