Gourmet Pierogie Sale At HMB

Gourmet Pierogie Being Sold At HMB — Holy Myrrh-Bearers Parish pierogie-makers just couldn’t stop pinching for the entire summer and are now taking orders for a special run of gourmet pierogies.

Varieties offered are:

Buffalo Chicken  –  $7  ½ dozen

Cheese Steak –  $7   ½ dozen

Kielbasa & Sauerkraut  –  $7  ½ dozen

Sauerkraut  –  $6  ½ dozen

Order yours by Sunday, July 8 and pickup between noon and 3 pm. on Friday, July 1 , unless other arrangements have been made.

Please place your order by calling our parish office at 610-544-1215 or send us an email at HMBChurch@verizon.net.  Please leave your name, phone number, and amunt dozen requested.  All pickups are made in the Parish Hall, at 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081

Gourmet Pierogie Being Sold At HMB

Gourmet Pierogie Being Sold At HMB

Holy Myrrh-Bearers Spring 2018 Flea Market

Holy Myrrh-Bearers Spring 2018 Flea Market — Holy Myrrh-Bearers Eastern Catholic Rite Church will be holding a flea market, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, April 28 at the church, 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore Pa. 19081.

Tables are $20. Call 610-544-1215 by April 21 to reserve a space.

No food vendors.

Holy Myrrh-Bearers Spring 2018 Flea Market

 

Holy Myrrh-Bearers Spring 2018 Flea Market
This year’s evening Easter basket blessing at Holy Myrrh-Bearers.

Dennis Prager Visiting Havertown

Dennis Prager Visiting Havertown — Dennis Prager, the mind behind PragerU that is brilliantly upsetting the narrow-minded bigots who enforce the status quo, will appear 7 p.m., April 10 at the Llanerch Country Club in Havertown.

Tickets are $75 and include a cocktail reception and light dinner fare. A $250 VIP ticket is also available that provides admittance to a pre-event reception with Mr. Prager at 6 p.m.

The event benefits Regina Angelorum Academy, a 10-year-old private Catholic School in Ardmore  that provides a classical education.

For information about the event with Mr. Prager call 215-287-6218.

Dennis Prager Visiting Havertown

Dennis Prager Visiting Havertown

 

Bullies Shut Bloomsburg Bridal Boutique

Bullies Shut Bloomsburg Bridal Boutique — H8ers gonna H8. Carla Daddesi has told us that W. W. Bridal Boutique of Bloomsburg, Pa is closing March 30.

The family business was run by a Christian couple who gently declined to sell a lesbian couple two white bridal dresses in 2014. Well, you know the H8 started. The well-respected business was subject to vicious attacks on social media  and an organized boycott.

It was too much and now they’re shutting down after 22 years, putting seven people out of work. You think that’s justice? Some do but nobody decent.

Hey Scott Wagner, if you get elected governor will you defend small businesses like this? LOL.

Here is Carla’s YouTube video. Watch it quick. You never know when the H8ers are going to get it taken down.

If you are a decent person it will make your blood boil about what happened to W.W. Bridal.

 

Bullies Shut Bloomsburg Bridal Boutique

Bullies Shut Bloomsburg Bridal Boutique

 

 

Fake News Pope Francis Donald Trump

Fake News Pope Francis Donald TrumpFake News Pope Francis Donald Trump –Some don’t take us seriously when we point out that Pope Francis and Donald Trump have a lot more in common than is usually thought.

Catholic Churches, last Sunday, reported in their bulletins Francis’ criticism of “Fake News” made Jan. 24 on World Communications Day.

“. . .when we yield to our own pride and selfishness, we can also distort the way we use our ability to communicate,” Francis said. “This can be seen from the earliest times, in the biblical stories of Cain and Abel and the Tower of Babel .  The capacity to twist the truth is symptomatic of our condition, both as individuals and communities.”

Note this was one week after a certain other world leader gave out awards for “fake news”.

Francis defined “fake news” as “the spreading of disinformation on line or in the traditional media.”

“It has to do with false information based on non-existent or distorted data meant to deceive and manipulate the reader,” he said.  “Spreading fake news can serve to advance specific goals, influence political decisions, and serve economic interests.”

So how do we defend ourselves?

“The most radical antidote to the virus of falsehood is purification by the truth,” Francis said.

He noted that “The truth is not just bringing to light things that are concealed, “revealing reality”, as the ancient Greek term aletheia (from a-lethès, “not hidden”) might lead us to believe (but) involves our whole life. ”

He said “Truth is something you can lean on, so as not to fall.  In this relational sense, the only truly reliable and trustworthy One – the One on whom we can count – is the living God.  Hence, Jesus can say: ‘I am the truth’.  We discover and rediscover the truth when we experience it within ourselves in the loyalty and trustworthiness of the One who loves us.  This alone can liberate us: ‘The truth will set you free'”.

He advocated that all participate in a “journalism of peace”.

“By that, I do not mean the saccharine kind of journalism that refuses to acknowledge the existence of serious problems or smacks of sentimentalism,” he said. “On the contrary, I mean a journalism that is truthful and opposed to falsehoods, rhetorical slogans, and sensational headlines.  A journalism created by people for people, one that is at the service of all, especially those – and they are the majority in our world – who have no voice.  A journalism less concentrated on breaking news than on exploring the underlying causes of conflicts, in order to promote deeper understanding and contribute to their resolution by setting in place virtuous processes.  A journalism committed to pointing out alternatives to the escalation of shouting matches and verbal violence.”

Fake News Pope Francis Donald Trump
Great minds think alike.

So American journalists, this means when you learned powerful forces in federal law enforcement are conspiring with one candidate to win an election, you report it. And not just report it, report it with appropriate outrage.

This means when rich connected types are forcing those without much disposable income to pay for their lifestyles, you, well “afflict the comfortable” even if you had been led to believe they are part of a “progressive” future.

This means you point out that certain behavior is damningly destructive even if it is unfashionable to do so.

World Communications Day was  Jan. 24 because it is the feast day of Saint Francis de Sales, the patron saint of journalists.

Fake News Pope Francis Donald Trump

 

Holy Myrrh-Bearers Christmas Eve Service 2017

Holy Myrrh-Bearers Christmas Eve Service 2017— Catholics looking for a seat at a Christmas Eve service might consider attending the 4 p.m. Divine Liturgy at Holy Myrrh-Bearers Eastern Catholic Rite Church, 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081.

It’s beautiful, worshipful service in a beautiful building and lasts about an hour.

Check here for information about the church. 

Holy Myrrh-Bearers Christmas Eve Service

Holy Myrrh-Bearers Christmas Eve Service

 

Slavic Christmas Food Sale At HMB

Slavic Christmas Food Sale At HMB — Holy Myrrh-Bearers Eastern Catholic Church is having a Slavic Christmas Food Sale. Deadline for orders is Dec. 3 and pickup will be at the church, 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081.

For sale are kielbasi, $10 for four links or $12 for a ring; meatless borscht for $8 per quart; ushki (mushroom dumplings), 8 per dozen; kutia, (boiled wheat, poppy seed, raisons and honey), $5 per half pint; mushroom gravy, $5 per pint; pierogies (potaot/cheese) $8 per dozen; and delicious pastry rolls at $15 per loaf with varieties being poppy seed, poppy seed-raison, walnut and apricot.

To order or for information call 610-544-1215 or email HBMChurc@verizon.net.

Slavic Christmas Food Sale At HMB

Slavic Christmas Food Sale At HMB

2017 Slavic Christmas Luncheon

2017 Slavic Christmas LuncheonHoly Myrrh-Bearers Parish will have its 2017 Slavic Christmas Luncheon, noon, Sunday, Dec. 3. It features traditional Eastern-European Christmas foods, basket raffles and a visit from St. Nick.

Seating is limited and tickets are going fast. Cost is $15 those over 12; $8 for children, 8-12; and free for children under 8. Call 610-544-1215 or email HMBChurch@verizon.net to order. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Holy Myrrh-Bearers is at 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081 (Ridley Township.)

2017 Slavic Christmas Luncheon

Halubtsi, Halushki At Holy Myrrh-Bearers

The Slavic delights of halubtsi and halushki are featured in a special sale at Holy Myrrh-Bearers  Eastern Catholic Church in Ridley, along with a Ukrainian platter.

The halubtsi or stuffed cabbage is three for $10. The halushki, which is sautéed cabbage, onions and noodles is $4 a pint and $8 a quart.

The Ukrainian platter consists of stuffed cabbage, three pierogies, halushki, kielbasi, coffee and cake and is $8.

Orders must be made by Nov. 6. Pick up for the halubtsi and halushki is 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Nov. 11. Pick up for the platter is 9 a.m. to noon, Sunday, Nov. 12.

To place one call 610-544-1215 for email at HMBChurch@verizon.net.

The church is at 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081

 

Halushki At Holy Myrrh-Bearers

Halubtsi, Halushki At Holy Myrrh-Bearers