Author Archives: Nicholas Jagneaux

Our Lady of the Rosary

Thursday, Oct. 7,  is the Feast of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary. In honor of the story, I’d like to point you to a post that I did a couple of years ago that explains the origins of the … Continue reading

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New Banner Art – Lent

  I took this image from a great website that produces funny Catholic cartoons: the appropriately named Catholic Carton Blog.  Bookmark the site for a daily laugh.

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Back from Vacation

School’s about to start again (tomorrow for Sacred Heart; Friday for public schools), so I’m back from vacation.  (By the way, CCD for classes start on Aug. 23, from 6:15-8:15 at the Family Life Center.) The Vacation I had a … Continue reading

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Vacation … and then a change

VPCYG is going on vacation for the next 2 weeks or so, until school starts up again. When the blog comes back on-line, there will be some changes.  There will be an emphasis on Challenge and Conquest.  Check back for … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Mount Carmel

Thursday, July 16, is the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.  Our Lady Queen of All Saints is celebrating the Feast during 5:30 pm Mass.  The Mass is also part of the novena of Masses held to celebrate the … Continue reading

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Movie Night Saturday 7/11

VPCYG will have its monthly Movie Night this Saturday, July 11, from 7:00-11:30 pm at the Family Life Center.  As usual, we’ll have food, drinks, and snacks.  We’ll also play Wii, sing Karaoke, and just have fun. You need to … Continue reading

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July 2 — Happy Independence Day!

Yep.  You read it right. Today, July 2, is actually the day that the American colonies declared independence. What?  You thought it was July 4? Well, check out the Banner Art page and read the interesting history of the Birth … Continue reading

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