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HAVE FUN CUB SCOUTING WITH CUB PACK 128...CAMPING, FISHING, SPORTS TRIPS AND MORE. ALL BOYS 1-5TH GRADES WELCOME. JOIN IN THE FUN IN ST. EPHREM HALL. MORE INFO? CALL JAMES AT 215-702-7397 OR EMAIL HIM at...firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Parent/Guardian:, St. Ephrem School has an “After & Before” School convenience for working parents called the CARES Program. The program has seen a significant growth since its inception. We know the cost of tuition is hard for some parents so we have tried to keep the cost of the program to an affordable price.. If you have any questions prior to registration, you can reach me by emailing me at email@example.com. Sincerely, Marilyn McDevittSAINT EPHREM CHURCH HISTORY.............His Eminence, John Cardinal Krol established Saint Ephrem Parish on June 8, 1966, and appointed Father William Herrity as the founding Pastor. The parish was made up from two neighboring parishes at the time, Our Lady of Grace and Saint Charles Borromeo. On June 17, 1973, Monsignor Edward S. Musial was appointed to succeed Father Herrity, who suffered a heart attack and died, while driving in his car. Upon Monsignor Musial's retirement in 1996, Father James E. McGuire was appointed pastor. Monsignor Edward Musial died on January 29, 2005, after a car accident. In 2002, after a battling cancer, Father Jim retired and Monsignor Kenneth P. McAteer was placed as pastor of the parish. As our history continues, we are greatful first and foremost to Almighty God for his many Blessings to our Parish family. We are greatful to all the priests, deacons and sisters who have cultivated the growth of the parish and all the families whose efforts and sacrifices made Saint Ephrem the great parish that it is today.