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A Few Sunday Bulletin Bloopers

Friday, December 28, 2012

emoticon Welcome to December, my favorite month of the year! Christmas season makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. It is not about the gifts, lights, parties, food and merriment, but rather the reason for the season. Share your love and embrace God's love this month. This is a "good" thing! This month I'll be sharing God related material. Some will be serious, some will be church related, some will be laughable and some will be delectable. Please come daily to enjoy and share with your friends!
emoticon Sharing a few Sunday Bulletin Bloopers. Enjoy and lol.
1. Please continue to pray for Mrs. Witherspoon and everyone who has to deal with her.
2. No dunking on the basketball court at St. Theresa's. If you can think of a way to sprinkle, go for it.
3. Softball game against Our Lady of Prophecy next Thursday will be cancelled due to rain. Trust us.
4. Don't forget our annual Bargain Basement Fundraiser to be held in the Upper Hall next Sunday.
emoticonHugs & hugs ... I wouldn't want you to be lopsided. lol Merry Christmas-after and great joy to all!
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SAMI199 12/29/2012 8:08PM


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    church bulletin bloopers are always good for a chuckle.

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MJ7DM33 12/29/2012 12:42PM

  emoticon Very funny! Thx for the chuckles!

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MARLINDA5 12/29/2012 12:10PM

    Cute - thank you :)

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SUNSHINE99999 12/28/2012 11:41PM

  Happy New Year

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