St. Aloysius Parish News
Our Spring Blood Drive will be on Tuesday, May 21st in Holy Family Hall from 2:30 to 7:00 PM. Volunteers are needed to provide food during the drive. Also, if anyone is interested in chairing a food committee, please call Judy Abernethy at 851-1855 or Christine Gates at 322-5045. You can sign-up for your appointment on the Red Cross website www.redcrossbood.org and use sponsor code: Aloysius to sign-up. You may also... [Read more...]
The Hickory City Schools Backpack Program is looking for help this summer to deliver food to families of needy elementary students that can’t get to the pick-up stations when the food is available. If you or someone you know would be willing to drive and help deliver to these families in need, please contact Amanda Freeland ASAP at 828-695-5648.
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As you know, St. Aloysius has entered the year of its 100th Anniversary! We are excited about our Centennial hardback edition of our family pictorial directory and hope to have ALL parishioners included. To achieve this goal, we need parishioner participation. There is no cost to have the portraits taken, and you will receive a complimentary 8 x 10 portrait and directory for participating.
We will have sittings... [Read more...]
We are still in need of an adorer for Mondays 2:00-3:00 AM and Thursdays 12:00-1:00 AM. If you feel the Lord calling you to fill either of these hours, please contact Kathy LeCompte at 828-326-9877 or email her at email@example.com.
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Attention all Catholic young men ages 15-25! Do you know where your life is going? The Lord Jesus has a great plan for you! You are invited to attend the first annual Quo Vadis Days Camp to spend time with other young men your age looking at the Lord’s call in your life while having fun. Quo Vadis Days is led by priests and seminarians of the diocese and is supported by the diocesan Office of Vocations. Quo Vadis Days... [Read more...]
Totus Tuus (Totally Yours) is a fun and energetic summer program for both Grade School children (Grades 1 – 6) and Junior and Senior High School youth. Teams of four college students come to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ. The program balances strong catechetical content with having FUN!!!
For Junior High & High School youth, the program runs Sunday – Thursday from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. The evening... [Read more...]
The Hickory Soup Kitchen is asking for your help. Did you know the Soup Kitchen provides hot lunches to approximately 200 underprivileged people each weekday, excluding Thanksgiving and Christmas Day? To help homeless and struggling families one step further, the Hickory Soup Kitchen will now accept homemade soup, and one-dish meals or casseroles. Please consider making an “extra” pot of soup or food and... [Read more...]
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