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Mass Schedule

St. Polycarp
Saturday – 4:00 pm
Sunday – 10:30 am
Daily Mass – (Mon.-Sat.) – 8:30 am
Reconciliation (Confessions) Saturdays – 2:30-3:30 pm 

St. Dennis, Galena MD 
Sunday – 8:00 am
Sunday – 11:00 am (Spanish)
Weekday Mass – Thursday & Friday 8:30 am
Reconciliation (Confessions) Sundays – 7:00 – 7:30 am

DE Home for the Chronically Ill (DHCI)
First Tuesday of the Month – 10:30 am

 

Parish Contact

55 Ransom Lane,
Smyrna, Delaware 19977

Office number: (302) 653-8279
Email: office@saintpolycarp.org

Religious Education: (302)653-4101
Email: dre@saintpolycarp.org

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CHRISTIAN FORMATION
The St. Polycarp Parish Christian Formation Committee (CFC) is looking for members of the parish who would like to serve the parish as a member of the Christian Formation Committee.  The CFC is concerned with the total Catholic education in the parish, by providing leadership and guidance in the area of Christian formation, and by formulating goals and objectives that will guide Catholic formation programs for children, youth and adults at St. Polycarp.  Any member of the parish who is interested in joining the CFC, or any organization that has items to submit to the CFC for consideration are asked to email the committee at stpp.cfc@gmail.com.

RE-CENSUS
We are conducting a re-census of all registered parishioners.  Every household must complete the new census form. This can be done by email, through the website, or by completing a hard copy found at the church entrances.  This new census will not only assist us in updating our records but will give us a more accurate representation of who we are as a parish family.  

June Events at the Holy Angels Church
The Holy Angels Church (82 Possum Park Road, Newark) will host the Food Truck Festival on Saturday, June 2nd, from 11:30 am – 6pm.  This festival features La Mixteca Poblana, The Wandering Chef, Deerhead Hot Dogs, Nellie’s Waffles & Ice Cream, Gotta Lotta Gelata, Harvest Ridge Winery, and 16 Mile Brewery!  Other vendors include Mary Kay, decoys, Paparazzi, religious goods, Lularoe, candy, ThirtyOne, gourmet popcorn, Tastefully Simple, plants, Pampered Chef, and more.  Gluten free and vegan options.  There will be ample parking, tent seating, and restrooms.  Rain or shine.  For more information contact Amy Press at (302) 731 – 2200 or apress@holyangels.net.

The Precious Gem and Metal Buying Event will take place on Saturday, June 9th, from 4 pm – 7 pm and Sunday, June 10th, from 9 am – 2 pm at the Joan Muzzi Athletic Building on the Holy Angels campus (82 Possum Park Road, Newark).  Sell your unwanted jewelry, coins, silver flatware/service pieces, and old paper money.  Gold, silver, copper, diamonds, and other gem stones are accepted as well.  You can also bring X-rays, cell phones, old MP3 players, old digital cameras, and computer boards to receive a quote from our host, I.G.C. Inc. Concierge Jewelers.  Proper ID required.  For more information contact (610) 876 – 6611 or administrator@igcmetals.com.  A portion of all the proceeds benefits the Parish.

Northeast Catholic College – Grow in your Catholic faith while receiving a premier college education.  Northeast Catholic College, located in beautiful New England, is committed to making it possible for all eligible students to finance their education.  The college goes to great lengths to make our education affordable to families who feel it is out of reach.  We have a rolling admissions policy and still have scholarship money available.  For more information, contact us at www.northeastcatholic.edu or (603) 456 – 2656.

Pope Francis is coming! Spread the word! –  A one-of-a-kind new Focus Features movie co-produced and endorsed by The Vatican, Pope Francis: A Man Of His Word, opened in theaters nationwide on Friday, May 18th. Check your local listings to see where/when it is showing in your area. Wim Wenders’ new documentary is intended to be a personal journey with Pope Francis.  From his deep concern for the poor and wealth inequality, to his involvement in environmental issues and social justice, Pope Francis engages the audience face-to-face and calls for peace as he points people to Jesus.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Don’t forget to arrive earlier for Mass so that you won’t miss the announcements!  

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THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR ADVERTISERS:
Thank you to our local advertisers who support our parish with their advertisement on the back page.  Let’s support them, too!  Have you checked them out lately! Thank you to Smyrna Diner, The Cocoa Exchange, Fletcher Plumbing, Bridge Way Family Restaurant, Smyrna Medical Associates, Matthews-Bryson Funeral Home, and Faries Funeral Directors, Inc. for advertising with us!