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CCD Teacher Tell All

Posted by Amy Salera

Hello again from class 4-A! This week we will be making Lent bracelets to remember the sacrifice that Jesus made for us. The beads are colors chosen to represent Jesus’ death and resurrection. We are also making plans to do a painting of 3 crosses on a hill in ... Read More »

CCD Teacher Tell All

Posted by Amy Salera

Hello! I’m Becky Chirdon and I teach grade 4-A with the help of my wonderful classroom aid, Brittany Boltralik. This week, along with our regular lesson, we will be creating a collage of pictures and phrases to depict the many attributes of Saint Francis of Assisi, whose feast day ... Read More »

"Do you think I'm worthy to serve?"

Posted by Amy Salera

   It’s a privilege to serve as a St. Victor Parish volunteer, in the roles of lector, Eucharistic minister and former pastoral council member and treasurer of the Women’s Guild. Giving back is a theme that was modeled for me by my parents, particularly my father, Matthew Grasha.     ... Read More »

The Right Thing to Do

Posted by Amy Salera

I volunteer as a Eucharistic Minister because I feel it is the right thing to do. When I signed up, I figured that I'm here attending Mass anyway, why not get involved. In my 2 or so years of being a Eucharistic Minister, I have also taken Communion to ... Read More »

Are you someone God is calling?

Posted by Amy Salera

An old friend once called me and asked if I could help out by teaching a First Holy Communion Class. At that time, St. Victor’s CCD program needed two third-grade teachers for that upcoming year. This took some thought on my part. With three young children at home, I ... Read More »

Why Not Serve?

Posted by Amy Salera

Most of us have busy lives, and most of you who've chosen to read this, read the St. Victor's bulletin on Saturday afternoons or Sunday mornings weekly. And most of you are thinking more about the reasons you can't, or don't have to become a church volunteer than the ... Read More »