Home Schooling Group Meeting at St. Francis, Frisco

July 22, 2010

Frisco, TX (MetroCatholic) - Catholic Home Schooling Families: If you are interested in participating in a Catholic Home School group, a new group is meeting the 2nd Friday of each month at St. Francis. If you are interested, please contact Sarah Griffith @214-850-0093; [email protected] or Angie Sholar @ 972-965-5802; [email protected]

St. Vincent De Paul, Frisco to Raise Funds This Weekend at Holiday Bazaar

October 20, 2009

Frisco, TX (MetroCatholic) - Parishioners of St. Francis of Assisi in Frisco, by direction of their pastor, Monsignor Larry Pichard, have formed a new St. Vincent De Paul Conference. Although still in their “start-up phase”, the group has been very active in finding ways to raise funds which will help them serve those in need.

This Saturday, October 24, SVDP will be selling used books during the annual Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary Holiday Bazaar at St. Francis.

John Hayes, President of the Conference, has asked for assistance for the event. In a recent message, he requested that donors “go through your books and set aside as many as you can to donate to the SVDP table at the Bazaar. Call your friends who are book readers and ask them for their books, too! Bring the books to our SVDP meeting Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. John Millwater (Vice President and head of the Fundraising Committee) will park his truck in the East parking lot by the Rectory and will collect all the books. You can also bring books to St. Francis between 8 and 8:30 a.m. on Saturday prior to the opening of the Bazaar.”

Of course, remember to visit the Bazaar from 8:00 to 3:00 where you’ll find plenty of bargains.

For more information, contact John Millwater [email protected]

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