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Rev. John Scarcia

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Neri Center

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JUNE, 1996 Rev. John Scarcia ... [cached]
JUNE, 1996 Rev. John Scarcia is appointed Pastor; he served for 9 years & 7 months NOVEMBER, 1999 Deacon Michael Franks assigned as Permanent Deacon, began his duties the weekend before Thanksgiving 2007 East Greenville Church Building is renovated and becomes the Neri Center. 2007 Original stained glass windows found during renovations at the Neri Center are installed in the vestibule of the Church.
JANUARY 30, 2006 Father John Scarcia retires FEBRUARY 1, 2006 Rev. Robert A. Roncase is appointed Parochial Administrator NOVEMBER 18, 2006 Rev. Robert A. Roncase is appointed Pastor
Church of Saint Philip Neri,, 22 Dec 2013 [cached]
Rev. John J. Scarcia , Retired Pastor
Reverend John J. Scarcia, Terry Aston, Charlotte Azarovich, Judy Bairstow, Frances Cannon, Judy Cobane, Joe Demyan, Jennifer Diascro, Phil Duprey, John & Lorraine Egan, Karen Freed, Steven Gebhardt, Stephanie Gebhardt, Frank Grim, (son of Francis & Delia Grim) Anna Hoffman, Maureen Homan, Karen Jones, Christine Keer, Tina Kulp, Jean Miller, Michael Minner, Edward Moneghan, Augustine Morano, Samuel Morgan, Rosalie Nelson, Mark Oelschlager, Elizabeth Rathgeber, Margaret Redmile, Donna Stine, Peter Szczybek, Kathleen Tew & Baby London Van Gilson, Alexis Van Gilson, Agnes Wilson, Ruth Yobs & Richard Zinck.
Ask Saint John Cantius (1390-1473), also known as John of Kanty. A devout person, humble, generous, and a good teacher, his students and later his parishioners admired him. Faculty politics, however, forced him out of his university position, and he didnÕt do very well at his next job as a parish priest. Yet while he was still alive, people considered him a saint.
TodayÕs readings: Day: Isaiah 52:7-10; Hebrews 1:1-6; John 1:1-18 or 1:1-5, 9-14 ( 16 ). ÒTo those who did accept him he gave power to become children of God.Ó
Apostles like John serve as examples because of both their greatness and their very human limitations. Can you let God transform your weaknesses into strengths?
TodayÕs readings: 1 John 1:1-4; John 20:1a, 2-8 ( 697 ). ÒWe . . . proclaim to you the eternal life that was with the Father and was made visible to us.Ó
St. Philip Neri School, 21 Aug 2006 [cached]
Rev. John Scarcia Pastor 215-679-9275
Saint Pius X High School - Feeder Schools, 24 Dec 2006 [cached]
Rev. John Scarcia, Pastor, Rev. Robert Roncase, Administrator
Church of Saint Philip Neri,, 18 Dec 2011 [cached]
Rev. John J. Scarcia , Retired Pastor
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