Saturday, February 18, 2017

City-Wide Parish Mission - April 2, 3, 4, 5 - Donna Cori Gibson

You're invited... a free concert series, with internationally known Catholic recording artist, Donna Cori Gibson. Come for 4 uplifting evenings of spiritual music, scripture, stories, and prayer, one at each of the 4 parishes of Waterton, NY. There will be a different theme each evening at 7:00 pm: Eucharist, Mary, Stations of the Cross with video in the background and Prayer.
Sunday, Apr. 2 @ St. Patrick Church, 123 S. Massey St.
Monday, Apr. 3 @ Holy Family, 129 Winthrop St.
Tuesday, Apr. 4 @ St. Anthony, 850 Arsenal St.
Wednesday. Apr. 5 @ Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, 320 W. Lynde St.
info: 315-782-1190
Preview all songs and videos AND get FREE music downloads at:
This is a free admission event so bring your family and tell your friends!
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Thank you and God Bless You!
Click on the video below to experience some of Donna's faith and music.

Lenten Concert Series

About Donna and the Concerts
Once a professional singer/songwriter in NY's secular market, now a Lay Carmelite, Donna can be seen on Catholic TV programs and heard on stations around the world singing music that includes word for word prayers from the Bible (singing helps memorization), the Saints, and well-known prayers of the Church all done in radio friendly style. Heard on EWTN and Catholic radio/TV, Donna travels throughout the continent and internationally sharing the Catholic Faith with music, scripture, teaching, stories, video and prayer. Her amazing, beautiful and powerful voice is sure to captivate you and draw you in to prayer and praise.

Friday, February 17, 2017

New Resident - 850 Arsenal St.

Most of you know that I have a cat - Reggie for Regina.  She is a very friendly cat and loves attention and people.  However, I recently added a new member to the family - Snickers, a golden doodle, born Nov 22, 2016.  Snickers is also a female.  The encounter between Snickers and Reggie has not exactly been a match made in heaven.  However, after two weeks, they seem to endure one another.  There have been no bruises, scrapes, bumps, or bites...just an occasional bark from Snickers or an occasional hiss from Reggie.
   Probably, Reggie feels that her turf has been invaded.  Snickers just wants to engage in puppy play with Reggie.  However, Reggie is far beyond puppy play.  She's a tad more sophisticated, as any cat lover would tell you.
    Both Snickers and Reggie love does their owner.  So, do not hesitate to stop in and visit our newest parishioner.