Congratulations to Francisco Mendoza who was awarded the Adam Benson Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00. This scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior pursuing a secondary education or a student already in college.
Burke Middle College
WPCC Medical Assisting Program
NCSU Masters in Communication
Kayla Pack Watson
Fr. Hoyt from St. Francis of Assisi in Lenoir is going on a pilgrimage to Rome, Assisi, Fatima, & Lourdes on October 15-24, 2018. Cost is $3,999.00 which includes airfare,
airport taxes, hotels, transportation, breakfasts & dinners, gratuity, guided tours, & fees. To register: call 855-842-8001 or 508-340-9370 or www.proximotravel.com.
Attention all Catholic young women ages 15-19! Do you know where your life is going? Do you have a desire to grow deeper after the role model of our Lady? You are invited to attend the third annual Duc In Altum camp to spend time with other young women who are looking at the Lord’s call in your life? DIA is led by priests and Religious of the diocese. Duc In Altum camp will be held June 25-29 at Belmont Abbey College. The
fee for the camp is $150.00. Visit our website: www.charlottevocations.org, or contact Sister MaryRaphael at 704-370-3402 or email@example.com
Attention all Catholic young men ages 15-19! Do you know where your life is going? The Lord Jesus has a great plan for you! You are invited to attend the sixth annual Quo Vadis Days camp to spend time with other young men who are looking at the Lord’s call. QVD is led by priests and seminarians of the diocese. Quo Vadis Days will be held June 11-15 at Belmont Abbey College. The fee for the camp is $150.00. Our website:
www.charlottediocese.org/vocations/quo-vadis-days, or Father Jason Barone, Diocesan Promoter of Vocations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Twice a month, volunteers including David and Michelle Tagye, Ron Schwing and Denny Pearson shop at Second Harvest Food Bank in Hickory for food and supplies to keep St. Charles’ Food Pantry well stocked. Back at church, with the help of Paul Watson, they unload their trucks while Bruce and Jeannie Meissing organize the supplies and stock the shelves.
Your monetary contributions support this effort. Contributions can be left at the church office or placed in the collection basket. Please be sure to indicate “Food Pantry” on your check or envelope.
The Knights of Columbus are also sponsoring a campaign to support the Food Pantry and have asked each family to consider donating “40 Cans in 40 Days”. Collection totes are available at church.
Thanks for your support. It is greatly appreciated!
The Diocese of Charlotte invites you to the World Meeting of Families in Ireland from Aug. 20-29, 2018. Meet fellow catholics and families from around the world and experience the holy sites of Ireland on this 10-day pilgrimage. The World Meeting of
Families is a 3-day congress with an anticipated visit from Pope Francis. Round-trip airfare from Charlotte, 4-star accommodations, transportation, tour guide, registration for congress, and more included in price. Registration forms in office.