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Bulletin: December 1, 2019. Fourteenth Sunday after the Holy Cross. The Gospel of the Blind Man.

Holy Cross Melkite Catholic Church Bulletin. December 1, 2019.

Fourteenth Sunday after the Holy Cross. The Gospel of the Blind Man.

Commemoration of the Holy Prophet Nahum.

   Nahum was born at Elkesim of Galilee. He prophesied in the seventh century before Christ and foretold the destruction of Nineveh.

Pre-Christmas fast: November 15 is the traditional start of the Nativity Fast. Some start this fast on December 10. During this time we fast from meat and dairy products. In order for fasting to be effective, it must be accompanied with prayer and acts of mercy and love. St. John Chrysostom reminds us: “What good is it to fast from meat and dairy, if we devour and eat one another.” Please remember to love and forgive during this special time of preparation for the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ. The Fast will continue until Christmas Eve.

The What, Who, Why, When, and Where of Fasting by Fr. Sebastian Carnazzo. With the Nativity Fast beginning on November 15, I thought it would be good to review the "what, who, why, when, and where" of fasting!  During your breaks today, take a brief moment to read each one of these subjects and also take a minute to think about it.

   What: Fasting is the practice of eating less quantity of food or completely abstaining from food, or certain types of food, at certain times.

   Who: Christians have been fasting from the beginning. Jesus fasted (Matt 4:2), his disciples fasted (Matthew 6:16-18), and he said that his disciples would fast until his return (Matt 9:15).  Jesus taught that there are some evils that can only be done away with through prayer and fasting (Matthew 17:21). Hence, the early Church fasted during the time of the Apostles (Acts 13:3; 14:23) and has continued until today. Christians have always fasted. To what degree someone is able to fast or abstain from certain things depends on age and physical health, but there is no way out of it. If you are a Christian you should fast!

   Why: Many people think that fasting makes God happy because he likes to see us suffering. That's impossible. First of all, God desires your happiness. Second, God doesn't change.  You can't make him happy or sad. Whether you fast or not, it doesn't change God, it changes you. Think of it like spiritual exercises or calisthenics!  When you fast you choose not to eat certain things or at certain times. This strengthens your willpower.  The more you do this the stronger your willpower becomes. Then, when you encounter somethings that is evil, a temptation to sin, you have the strength to choose not to sin. Fasting does not change God, it changes you!

   When: From the early Church, Christians have been fasting weekly, during certain times in the year, and during periods of personal trial.  During the time of Jesus, Jews fasted on Mondays and Thursdays each week because, as far as can be discerned, they believed that Moses went up to get the Torah on the mountain on Thursday and came back down on Monday (Luke 18:12). Christians began fasting on Wednesdays and Fridays, because these are the days when Jesus was handed over (Wednesday) and crucified (Friday). This practice developed during apostolic times (Didache 8:1) and has continued to today. Over the first few centuries of the Church, larger fasting periods developed as well, of which there are four: The Great Fast in preparation for Pascha, the Apostles Fast, in preparation for the Feast of Peter and Paul, the Dormition Fast, in preparation for the Dormition, and the Nativity Fast, in preparation for the Nativity.   Finally, individual Christians, Christian Churches, Christian Communities, also sometimes fast during times of prayer in preparation for coming times of difficulty.

   Where: Fasting is something we do for our own spiritual development. As Jesus said, when we fast, we should go about our normal daily routine, and there should not be any indication to those outside that we are fasting (Matthew 6:16-18). Otherwise, we could easily fall into pride, and then the whole purpose of fasting, avoidance of sin, has been lost.  At home at meal time, when the whole family is fasting, meals are taken together and fasting is a united effort that strengthens the family bond and encourages each member to keep up the effort. This is like friends or family members committing to go out and exercise together each day. We can also do this when we are alone, taking a meal at lunch at the cafeteria, or even out to lunch with some co-workers, as long as we are careful not to draw any attention to ourselves. It is quite easy to choose a shrimp salad or vegetable soup without anyone taking notice. But be careful. If someone who is not keeping the Fast invites you to dinner, and you are inclined to go, if nothing else but to be polite, you should eat whatever is put before you (1 Cor 10:27). Remember, charity in all things!  And so even this can strengthen you. How so? If you have been keeping the fast without fail, and then sometime during the fast you are in a situation where you must break the fast for a moment, such as the above example, it can also keep you from falling into pride, since you cannot say to yourself at the end of the fast, "Look how strong you are!  You did it, you kept the Fast!  Wow, you must be really spiritual!" Remember, fasting is to help us avoid sin, and pride is the greatest sin of all! 

Now, back to the What: From what do we abstain during this coming Nativity Fast?  Throughout the year it is customary on Wednesdays and Fridays to avoid alcoholic beverages, oil, and animal products (dairy, eggs and meat [including fish with a backbone]). During the Nativity Fast we continue this practice and also abstain from animal products on all days of the week. Saturdays and Sundays are exceptions, when fish is usually eaten as a lightening or relief from the weekly fast. 

   Start thinking about these things and, if married, talking with the family about how you will, as a family, keep the Nativity Fast. The above list is simply a customary guideline, not some sort of hard and strict rule.  Each person or family has its own needs, age of children, elderly, health, food allergies, and life situation. Remember, the purpose of fasting is to help you avoid sin. Fasting together is like exercising together. The benefits are myriad. May God bless you now and in a special way during this coming Nativity Fast as we prepare to celebrate the great gift of God in the Nativity of our Lord God and Savior in the Flesh!

Christmas Boutique: Sundays, December 1, 8, 15 and 22, 2019.  Starts at 12:30 p.m. after the Divine Liturgy. Desserts, Christmas gift baskets, handmade accessories, mugs, crochet hats, homemade organic jam, and many more items. All profit will go directly to Church projects.

Father François Beyrouti’s Homilies. You can listen and subscribe to the homilies on YouTube.com/MelkiteTV or these podcasts: Apple’s iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn + Alexa, Google Podcast, and iHeart Radio podcasts.

   If you would like to receive the emailed weekly parish bulletin or homily please sign up on our website (HolyCrossMelkite.org) or contact the office. Most recent homilies by Father François Beyrouti:

   -“The Bad News of the Gospel.” November 24, 2019

   -“Not so Nice Jesus.” November 17, 2019

    -“Is the Bible Real?” November 10, 2019

   -“How to Find Information and Formation in the Bible.” October 27, 2019.

   -“Don’t Evangelize Before Doing This.” October 20, 2019.

   -“How to See the Spiritual Life?” October 13, 2019.

   -“I’m in Love.” October 6, 2019.

Hymns: (See our Church’s website for Audio Recordings: holycrossmelkite.org/Melkite-hymns)

   Troparion of the Resurrection (Tone 8).

   Troparion of the Holy Cross (Tone 2). O Lord, save your people and bless your inheritance. Strengthen our Public Authorities in every good deed and protect your nation with your Cross.

   Kondakion of the Preparation for the Nativity of Our Lord (Tone 3).  Today the Virgin is on her way to the cave where she will give birth in a manner beyond understanding to the Word who is, in all eternity. Rejoice, therefore, universe, when you hear it heralded: with the angels and the shepherds, glorify Him who chose to be seen as a new-born Babe, while remaining God in all eternity.

Epistle: Ephesians 4:1-7. If you would like to read the Epistle please contact the office.

Gospel: Luke 18:35-43. Full reading below.

Today’s Divine Liturgy is celebrated for the repose of the souls of:

   George Farrah Kashou (November 14, 2019), Archimandrite Joseph Francavilla (November 13, 2019), Father Basil Foote, OSB (November 11, 2019), Mona Afara (November 10, 2019), Father Richard C. Kennedy (October 31, 2019), Kamal Gammoh (October 17, 2019), Sleiman Naber (October 17, 2019), Boutros Ibrahim (November 23, 2012), Nasseem Sweize (November 22, 1983), Elias Hilo (November 9, 1982), Maryanne Lutfi (1971), Fuad Lutfi (1969), Najid Lutfi (1964), Fawsi Lutfi (1952).

the health, safety, and salvation of:  

   Suzy Armanios, Saide Francis, Carmen Kassouf, Lizbeth Lira and family, Bernardo Navarro, Father Saba Shofany, Elias George Abou Zeid.

   For vocations to the priesthood, monastic life, and lay parish ministries.

   For peace in Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, and all the troubled regions around the world.

Scripture Memory:

   There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of us all, who is above all and through all and in all. (Ephesians 4:4-6)

The Melkite Eastern Catholic Community at Saint Kilian’s Roman Catholic Church. Invite your family and friends and remind everyone in the area. We will meet in the hall at 5:45 p.m. to review the hymns and the Divine Liturgy will begin in the Church at exactly 6:30 p.m. on December 8, at Saint Kilian’s. 26872 Estanciero Drive, Mission Viejo, CA 92691 (off Marguerite Parkway).
  2019 dates: December 8. 2020 dates: January 19, February 16, March 15, April 19, May 17, June 21, July 19, August 16, September 20, October 18, November 15, December 20.

  If you live or know anyone who lives in the area surrounding Mission Viejo please give us their contact information so that we can keep everyone informed on upcoming events. Please send contact details to the parish office at (714) 985-1710 or email a list of names to Father François at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

   “Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labor in vain. Unless the LORD watches over the city, the watchman stays awake in vain” (Psalm 127:1).

Choir practice at Holy Cross Melkite Catholic Church every Sunday at 9:55 a.m.-10:45 a.m. “Sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs with thankfulness in your hearts to God” (Colossians 3:16). Please join our choir practices to review the regular hymns of the Divine Liturgy and learn new ones. Everyone is welcome.

Holy Cross Youth Ministry Spiritual Meetings take place every Sunday following the Divine Liturgy for all those in grades 9-12.


Holy Cross College Ministry.
We are planning social and religious activities to build our College Community at Holy Cross Church. For further details contact the office or see calendar for event details (holycrossmelkite.org/ministries/college-ministry).

Holy Cross Young Adults Ministry for ages 21-35. We are planning social and religious activities to build our Young Adults Community at Holy Cross Church. Feel free to bring your friends and family. See calendar for event details, visit Holycrossmelkite.org/ministries/young-adults, or contact the office.

   Upcoming events:

   -Sunday, December 1. 1:00 p.m. After Sunday’s Divine Liturgy, we will be grabbing lunch, followed by a short hike at Prospect Trail 17001 Wabash Ave Yorba Linda, CA 92886.

   -Wednesday, December 18. 7:30 p.m. Newport Beach Boat Parade.

Isaiah House Women’s Shelter Volunteer Opportunity. Next date: Saturday, January 25, 2020.       Holy Cross Church prepares and serves a meal for the women at Isaiah House (316 South Cypress Avenue, Santa Ana) every month. If you or your family would like assist on those days or if you would like to sponsor a Saturday to prepare food at your home, serve the food with your family, and enjoy a meal with those in need please contact the office.

   Schedule: 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Prepare meal in the Holy Cross Hall Kitchen for Isaiah House Catholic Worker’s Women’s shelter.

   4:30 p.m. Carpool to Isaiah House (316 South Cypress Avenue, Santa Ana. http://occatholicworker.org).

   5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Set up, serve meals, visit with the women, and clean up.

   2020 dates: Saturday, January 25, Saturday, February 29, Sunday, March 29, Saturday, April 25,  Sunday, May 31, Saturday, June 27, Saturday, July 25, Sunday, August 30, Saturday, September 26, Saturday, October 24. If you would like to sponsor or volunteer for this event, please contact the Church office.

Caregiver Needed: A family in Anaheim Hills is looking for a caregiver for an elderly Arabic speaking woman to keep her company, help her cook, and take her to appointments when necessary. If you are available please contact the office.

Listen to Melkite audio links on our parish website at holycrossmelkite.org/Melkite-hymns

We uploaded many Melkite hymns for the Divine Liturgy and other important services. To practice or become more familiar with our beautiful liturgical hymns you can listen or download them by visiting the above link.

Vocation View. In the Gospel, Christ gives sight to the blind. Saint Paul says that God’s plan is that of delivering us from the power of darkness that we might live and see in the light. The Church is still involved in this ministry of restoring true sight and vision to people. However, we need priests to prepare all of us for this vital function of the whole Church and encourage us in it. Please pray for an increase of vocations to the priesthood and monastic life in our eparchy.

A Prayer for Vocations. O Lord God, in every age, You invite men and women to hear Your call to serve You and the Church. We bow before You now, asking that You call forth more men and women to serve our Melkite Catholic Church in America. Give us priests, deacons, monks and nuns, who will lead and guide your holy people. By Your will, bless us with vocations so that we continue to be the church which You called us to be, centuries ago. Let all hear Your voice inviting them to care for and serve Your people. Strengthen us in being disciples of Jesus Christ, Your Only-begotten Son and fishers of men. Inspire in us the spirit and pride of Antioch, our holy heritage. We ask You, O Lover of mankind, to raise up men and women who appreciate what they have received from You and who want to be generous in their service, willing to offer their lives and all their gifts, to serve others, to give You glory, thanksgiving and worship, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, now and always and forever and ever. Amen.

Your Sunday donation envelopes are mailed to you every two months. These envelopes are dated with your envelope number on the back. Please contact the office if you are not registered or did not receive your envelopes. Thank you.

Do you want to be inspired and learn more about your Catholic Faith? Listen to Relevant, a Catholic Radio station on 930 am. For further information visit their website or call 1-888-887-7120.

Listen to Melkite audio links on our parish website at holycrossmelkite.org/Melkite-hymns

We uploaded many Melkite hymns for the Divine Liturgy and other important services. To practice or become more familiar with our beautiful liturgical hymns you can listen or download them by visiting the above link.

Thank you for your ongoing generous donations:

   -Thursday, November 21, 2019 Building fund. $470 + $46 Coffee = $516.  Charity Zibabdeg $260.

   -Sunday, November 17, 2019 collection. $2,015 in 46 envelopes (average $44 per envelope) + $324 loose plate + $78 Candles + $100 Memorial + $150 ECF + $473 Youth Group lunch = $3,140. 

   -Wednesday, November 13, 2019 Building Fund deposit. $1,725 + $49 Coffee = $1,774.

   -Sunday, November 10, 2019 collection. $1,795 in 43 envelopes (average $42 per envelope) + $263 loose plate + $188 Candles + $55 bookstore + $50 ECF + $50 World Mission = $2,398. Mission Viejo collection: $485 in 9 envelopes (average $54 per envelope) + $22 loose plate = $507.

   -Wednesday, November 6, 2019. Building fund deposit. $1,600 hall rental + $2,550 donation + $43 coffee = $6,150.

   -Sunday November 3, 2019 collection. $1,690 in 23 envelopes (average $73 per envelope) + $174 loose plate + $100 ECF + $71 candles = $2,035. Building fund deposit: $1,957 in 21 envelopes (average $93 per envelope).

   -Friday, November 1, 2019 collection. $1,391 in 18 envelopes (average $77 per envelope) + $462 loose plate + $192 candles = $2,045. $500 donation made from Holy Cross Church to needy families in Damascus, Syria.

 Total deposits in the past four months: August: $26,398, September: $23,105, October: $33,026, November $18,420.

 Sample Holy Cross Church Expenses: 

   $314.94 paid November 22, 2019. Spectrum- Donated

   $177.39 paid November 21, 2019. Republic Trash service

   $770.83 paid November 15, 2019. IRS tax payment

   $422.91 paid November 8, 2019. SoCal Edison

   $40.63 paid November 7, 2019. SoCalGas.

   $118.63 paid November 1, 2019. Photocopier lease.

 Calendar:

Saturday, November 30.

   No confessions today.

   5:00 p.m. Vespers (Evening prayer).

   ***Arabic Divine Liturgy moved from November 30 to December 7.

 Sunday, December 1.

On the first Sunday of each month, you may use your building fund envelope (or a specially marked envelope) and deposit it in the regular collection. Thank you for your continued generosity as we move closer to our parish goal of a new hall and church building.

   9:45 a.m. Orthros (Morning prayer).

   9:55 a.m.-10:45 a.m. Choir practice.

   11:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy in English.

   12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m. College Ministry discussion on Matthew Kelly’s book, Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic and study guide.

   12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m. Eastern Christian Formation/Sunday School for children in kindergarten to grade 8. Play rehearsal.

   12:15 p.m. First day of Christmas Boutique. Every Sunday until December 22, 2019.

   1:00 p.m. Young Adults Group for ages 21-35. Hike at Prospect Trail 17001 Wabash Ave Yorba Linda CA 92886

Saturday, December 7

   9:00 a.m. Holy Cross Church in collaboration with St. Martin de Porres Pro-Life ministry. Join your friends in Christ as we pray the rosary in front of Planned Parenthood to end abortion. Rosary begins at 9:00 am. For further information, please contact the office. We look forward to the day when our powerful prayers will close the doors of Planned Parenthood.

   5:00 p.m. Divine Liturgy in Arabic. Feast of St. Barbara.

Sunday, December 8

   9:45 a.m. Orthros (Morning prayer).

   9:55 a.m.-10:45 a.m. Choir practice.

   11:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy.

   12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m. Eastern Christian Formation/Sunday School for children in kindergarten to grade 8. Play rehearsal.

   12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m. College Ministry discussion on Matthew Kelly’s book, Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic and study guide.

   12:15 p.m. Christmas Boutique every Sunday until December 22, 2019.

    5:45 p.m. Music practice in the Saint Kilian’s Church hall.

   6:30 p.m. Divine Liturgy. The Melkite Eastern Catholic Community at Saint Kilian’s Roman Catholic Church. 26872 Estanciero Drive, Mission Viejo, CA 92691.

 Saturday, December 14

   Toys for Tots toy drive

 Sunday, December 15

   In celebration of the feast of St. Nicholas, we will be collecting unwrapped toys for the children of Mercy House.

   9:45 a.m. Orthros (Morning prayer).

   9:55 a.m.-10:45 a.m. Choir practice.

   11:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy.

   12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m. Eastern Christian Formation/Sunday School for children in kindergarten to grade 8.

   12:15 p.m. Christmas Boutique every Sunday until December 22, 2019.

   1:30 p.m. Theosis Meeting in Conference Room. Adult members of Cross Church are invited to learn more about their Eastern Byzantine tradition by attending our monthly meetings to discuss how Scripture and Christ’s teachings show us how God became man in order so that man can become God-like. Anyone seeking more information can contact - Mark Bergeron at (714) 307-2196.

 Wednesday, December 18

   7:30 p.m. Young Adults Group ages 21-35. Newport Beach Boat Parade.

 Saturday, December 21

   4:30 p.m. Confession.

   5:00 p.m. Vespers (Evening prayer).

 Sunday December 22

   9:45 a.m. Orthros (Morning prayer).

   9:55 a.m.-10:45 a.m. Choir practice.

   11:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy.

   12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m. Eastern Christian Formation/Sunday School for children in kindergarten to grade 8. Children’s Christmas Play and Christmas program. Christmas brunch.

   12:15 p.m. Christmas Boutique. Every Sunday until December 22, 2019.

 Readings for Sunday, December 1, 2019.

Prokimenon (Tone 5). Make vows to the Lord your God and fulfill them; let all round about him bring gifts to the awesome Lord.

Stichon: God is renowned in Judah; in Israel, great is his name.

A Reading from the Second Epistle of St. Paul to the Ephesians (4:1-7).

   Brethren, I the prisoner in the Lord exhort you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling by which you were called, with all humility and meekness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, careful to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace; one body and one Spirit, even as you were called to a single hope in your calling: one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is above all, and throughout all, and in all. But to each one of us, grace was given according to the measure of Christ’s imparting.

 ALLELUIA. (Tone 5)

Come, let us rejoice in the Lord; Let us sing joyfully to God our Savior!

Stichon: Let us greet his presence with thanksgiving; let us joyfully sing psalms to him!

 The Holy Gospel according to St. Luke the Evangelist (18:35-43).

   As he drew near to Jericho, a blind man was sitting by the roadside begging; and hearing a multitude going by, he inquired what this meant. They told him, "Jesus of Nazareth is passing by." And he cried, "Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!" And those who were in front rebuked him, telling him to be silent; but he cried out all the more, "Son of David, have mercy on me!" And Jesus stopped, and commanded him to be brought to him; and when he came near, he asked him, "What do you want me to do for you?" He said, "Lord, let me receive my sight." And Jesus said to him, "Receive your sight; your faith has made you well." And immediately he received his sight and followed him, glorifying God; and all the people, when they saw it, gave praise to God.

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Holy Cross Melkite Catholic Church.

451 West Madison Avenue, Placentia, CA 92870-4537

Telephone: (714) 985-1710.

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Parish Web site: HolyCrossMelkite.org

Facebook Page: Facebook.com/HolyCrossMelkite

YouTube Page: Youtube.com/HolyCrossMelkite

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HCMelkite

Pastor: Father François Beyrouti.

Electronic mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - Cellular phone: (714) 914-1710.

Pastoral Associate: Deacon Elias Kashou.

Administrative Assistant: Desi Ortiz.

Parish Hall Rentals: Hala Nakhoul (714) 920-6180.

Choir Directors: Saad Tashman and Lupe Ojeda.

Sunday School / Eastern Christian Formation Program: Every Sunday after the Divine Liturgy from September-May. Pre-School to Grade 8.

Our Lady’s Society: Iman Lutfi (714) 595-7999.

LITURGICAL SCHEDULE

SATURDAY: 4:30 p.m. Confession. 5:00 p.m. Vespers (Evening prayer).

SUNDAY: 9:45 p.m. Orthros (Morning prayer).  11:00 a.m. The Divine Liturgy.

ARABIC DIVINE LITURGY: 5:00 p.m. Saturday before the first Sunday of the month. In 2019: November 2, December 7.

ENGLISH DIVINE LITURGY: 11:00 a.m. First Sunday of the month. In 2019: October 6, November 3, December 1. In 2020: January 5, February 2, March 1, April 5, May 3, June 7, July 5.

HOLY DAYS AND WEEKDAYS: Please check the bulletin.

THE HOLY MYSTERIES

   MYSTERIES OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION: The three Mysteries of Baptism, Chrismation and Holy Eucharist are always celebrated together in one ceremony. One month notice is required and one baptismal preparation meeting is required with the priest.

   MYSTERY OF HOLY CROWNING: Six month notice, an initial meeting with the priest, marriage preparation sessions, and a wedding license are required. You must be an active member of the parish.

   MYSTERY OF HOLY CONFESSION: Saturday at 4:30 p.m.

   MYSTERY OF HOLY ANOINTING: Available for anyone who is ill.

PLEASE NOTE: There is no charge for the celebration of the Sacramental Mysteries, however, it is appropriate to offer a gift of thanksgiving. Therefore the Parish Advisory Council suggests an offering of $200 for Baptisms; $500 for Weddings; $300 for Funerals; and $100 for a Memorial Service.

HALL RENTAL POLICY.

   MERCY-MEAL ON THE DAY OF THE FUNERAL, MERCY-MEAL FOR THE 40th DAY OR OTHER MEMORIALS: $200.00 for registered parishioners of Holy Cross Church who regularly use donation envelopes.

   A PARTY WITH MUSIC, FOOD, AND DRINKS (up to 5 hours of use): $400.00 for parishioners + $100 insurance payable to the diocese. $500.00 for non-parishioners + $100 insurance payable to the diocese.

   DAMAGE/CLEANING DEPOSIT: $200.00. Refundable if the hall is left in the condition it was given to you.

   SECURITY FEE: $150 charge will be added to cover security for 5 hours.

   A MEETING (Use of the chairs and tables only. No use of the kitchen, oven, or refrigerator). $75 / hour for parishioners. $100 for non-parishioners.

   ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR A RENTAL OVER 5 HOURS: $100 / hour.

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