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Come and join us for our St. George's (3455 California Avenue, PGH 15212)Parish Lenten Mission 2012 which will take place this year on Wednesday & Thursday, March 21-22, 2012. On Wednesday evening, March 21st, we will celebrate at 6:30 p.m. the Great Canon of St. Andrew of Crete. Following this Penitential Service, Dr. Sandra Collins of the Byzantine Catholic Seminary will have in our Church hall a presentation entitled “The Woman at the Well”. On Thursday evening, March 22nd, we will celebrate at 6:30 p.m. the Anointing of the Sick – Holy Unction. This evening will be led by Fr. Kim Schreck, parish priest of Christ the Divine Teacher Parish in Beaver Falls. Fr. Kim will speak to us on “By His Wounds we are Healed”.

Following both evenings we will have Lenten refreshments in the Church hall. For directions, please go to our website: www.saintgeorgepittsburgh.org. [saintgeorgepittsburgh.org.] Join us for these two evenings and remember to invite relatives and friends for this time set-aside for the renewal of our souls and bodies during this journey of Lent.
Dear Friends in the PGH area:

Just a reminder that tonight and tomorrow we will have our St. George's Parish Lenten Mission.

Tonight, March 21st, we will begin at 6:30 p.m. wit the celebration of the Great Canon of St. Andrew of Crete (50 minutes). Following this Penitential Service we will have Lenten refreshments (soup, veggies and fruit) and then Dr. Sandra Collins of the Byzantine Catholic Seminary will have in our Church hall a presentation entitled “The Woman at the Well”.

On Thursday evening, March 22nd, we will celebrate at 6:30 p.m. the Anointing of the Sick – Holy Unction. (bring a relative or friend who needs this Sacrament) This evening will be led by Fr. Kim Schreck, pastor of Christ the Divine Teacher Parish in Beaver Falls. Fr. Kim will speak to us on “By His Wounds we are Healed”. Then again after the Service we will have Lenten refreshments (we are cooking for you).

Come, receive the Mystery-Sacrament of Confession in preparation for Pascha-Easter. Experience a Lenten service, hear a nice presentation, afterwards enjoy fellowship and Lenten refreshments.

For directions please go to www.saintgeorgepittsburgh.org [saintgeorgepittsburgh.org]

Hope to se you and have a Blessed day!

Bless, Father Valerian,

I pray that you have a wonderful turnout!

Many years,

Neil
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