WE INVITE MOTHERS OF ALL AGES AND STAGES TO SPEND A FAITH – FILLED MORNING TOGETHER!
The Niagara Falls Catholic Moms Group is designed to support mothers raising Catholic families. Join us each month to discuss how to be happier, healthier, and holier moms. There will be a lite breakfast, speakers, prayer, discussion, community outreach and more.
When: Usually 2nd Saturday of the Month from Oct - June from 9:30 am to 11 am.
Where: Ministry Center at the St. Leo site, Dining Room, 2748 Military Rd, Niagara Falls, NY 14304. Bring a friend!
Topics: Parenting, raising children in the Catholic Faith, household management, holy habits, personal health and wellness, the Sacraments, Christ and His Church, Mary and the saints, and prayer, etc.
Free breakfast and free babysitting!
Annie Esposito: (716) 297-8310
RSVP for baby sitting contact Annie Esposito at email@example.com
Blood Pressure Screening is the third weekend of every month following each Mass.
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Parish Nurse/Health Care Ministry Survey
Maria Stevenson, RN, BSN 297-1816
Barbara Jesz RN, BSN 297-8686
President: Walter Bisset
Pantry Manager: Shirley Stringaro
If you have experienced the death of a spouse, parent, sibling, child or friend recently or in the past you are most welcome to join us for our support sessions at the Ministry Center on the St Leo's worship site at 2748 Military Road (we will meet in the St Leo's Church Entrance for ease of access for those with canes, scooters or walkers) or call Maria at 297-1816 for a private meeting.
Our next gathering is on May 18th at 2748 Military Road.
The "Walking with Grief" series is ongoing at the St Christopher's parish on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM at the St Edmund's Campus, 530 Ellicott Creek Road, Tonawanda. View full schedule.
These meetings / lectures are to assist those 18 years and older in their journey of grief. There is no charge for attendance.
All are welcome!
May 9th, 2018
“Nurture Yourself” We need to be reminded of the need for self-nurturing. We will discuss that in nurturing ourselves, in allowing ourselves the time and loving attention we need to journey safely and deeply through grief, we will find meaning to our continued living. We will explore the five realms in which it is so critical to nurture ourselves: physical, emotional, cognitive, social and spiritual.