Saturday, December 22, 2007

Members of the National United Youth Association Board -

Please make sure you have completed
your mailing of Christmas greetings to our PNCC clergy!
If you haven't, don't fret, Christmas is 40 days long!
But you would want to get these to our clergy well before you trek back to class.
Thanks again for your help in this ministry. Have a great and Blessed Christmas!!!

Bible Study for the 4th Week of Advent …

12/23 – 1 Peter 1:3-9 – What do I consider the major tests for our Christian communities today?
Prayer starter: Lord God, you are the one who tests and the one who gives strength. Whenever we face trials, let our hearts be strengthened by the living hope of your son’s resurrection.

12/24 – 1 Peter 2:21-25 – In which situations and areas in my faith life am I called to endurance and growth?
Prayer starter: Christ Jesus, by laying down your life out of love, you set an example for us. Kindle our hearts and our souls so that we may follow in your steps, whatever the cost.

12/25 – Luke 2:1-20 – How can I be a fervent witness of peace today and contribute to the true spirit of Christmas?
Prayer starter: Lord Jesus, let the light of your birth in Bethlehem recreate in each one of us the sense of haste, amazement and wonder felt by the shepherds and by your Mother.

12/26– Revelation 4:1 – 5:14 – Do I still consider Scripture a sealed book, or does my faith in the Risen Christ give me greater incentive to search them?
Prayer starter: Lord Jesus, you have the words of eternal life. I believe that you are worthy to open up the seals of Scripture and that your victory over death makes all things new.

12/27 – Revelation 15:1-8 – As a follower of Christ, do I firmly believe in the victory over evil or am I giving in to gloomy future prospects?
Prayer starter: Lord, do not allow for us to ever loose the sense of amazement and wonder for the saving deeds you have accomplished through the resurrection of your own son, Jesus Christ, our Lord.

12/28 – Revelation 19:1-8 – Do I really believe in Christ’s victory over evil and does it show in the way I worship him?
Prayer starter: We thank you, Lord, for inviting us to the wedding feast of the Lamb, and we pray that none of the guests will be kept from joining all those who rejoice and exult with you in heaven.

12/29 – Revelation 22:16-21 – When I read Revelation, am I inclines to “add to” or to “take away from” the words of the prophecy”? Why so?
Prayer starter: Let this prayer, Lord Jesus, resound loudly and never stop in our Church: “Come.” May we remain awake and await your coming with unrestrained trust and joy.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Operation Christmas Child!!!
Thanks for all the boxes that have been sent to over 100 countries on our planet
speading the love of Jesus Christ with each one of them.
Even if you sent only one box,
you have a spiritual and material connnection with a child you will probably never meet,
but whose life has been forever changed by the love of Jesus Christ.
Each box is handed to a child with a copy of the Holy Bible in his or her own language.
So not only does the child benefit from the many items in the box,
she or he will also become aware of the greatest gift of all, Jesus!
Our President, Krysta, and the rest of our Board,
hopes that you have been blessed working on this project.
If you could kindly send an e-mail and let us know how many boxes you were able to prepare,
we would like to give praise to God
and ask Him to especially bless those children that you have touched through ylur kindness.
Thanks, in advance!
Get ready for our project in the Spring,
we're going to buy an ARK!

Friday, August 31, 2007

Whether you are entering a new building or returing to an old,
please take our love and support with tou in this new semester!
For those of you beginning the next chpater of your academic life
(college, that is)
it's not (always) like the movie "Animal House".
Please take our best wishes and prayers
for God's continued grace on your future endeavors.
We look forwad to hearing of your next accomplishments,
those to be well proud of!!!
Study Well!!!
For those of you who have chosen the military as your next challenge, we pray that God keep you safe and in his care.
We salute you for putting your life on the line for your country and for us!
Stay Safe!!!

Thursday, October 19, 2006

22nd General Synod of the Polish National Catholic Church ...
was a successful undertaking and we thank the Holy Spirit for working through technology and hearts to have our Church reap the manifold blessings of His work in us.

We now have four Bishops-elect who shall be consecrated to the Office of Bishop of the Feast of St Andrew (11/30) at the St Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Cathedral in Scranton, PA. The Holy Spirt has given us: Bishop-elect John Mack (Washington, PA); Bishop-elect Anthony Mikovsky (Scranton, PA); Bishop-elect Sylwester Bigaj (Toronto, Canada); and Bishop-elect Tony Kopka (Stratford, CT)

The Church also made some definite decisions on polity and other matters, but still faces some financial burdens that will need some looking into very soon.

Give praise and glory the the Holy Spirit for mightily speaking to Holy Synod.

Saturday, December 31, 2005

Remember if you have any prayer requests, needs for youth ministry resources, a time to brainstorm for your youth group, or just want to hang, give the ol' e-mail a ring and let's talk. Whatever your age, whatever your scope of ministry, I know that Jesus is dancing for your efforts and your concerns. And, for whatever image this raises, I'm dancing too!

Father Stan

Friday, February 20, 2004

A reminder to those of you who read this blog and are members of the PNCC and also are Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts - please remember the program available to you within our Church's structure enabling you to strive for merit badges specific to our Church! If you'd like more infomration, please e-mail me and I will forward you any information you may need. Thanks!

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