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Breast Cancer Awareness Mass 2018
On theevening of October 24, 2018, the staff of Savolskis-Wasik-Glenn Funeral Homegathered with people of the community to celebrate the annual Breast CancerAwareness Mass at St. Therese Church. Fr. Dan Sweeney, Fr. Augustus Nweze and Fr. Nick Mastrangelo were thecelebrants for the Mass and Tom Coyne provided the beautiful music. It was an evening filled with prayers, hopeand encouragement for everyone in attendance. Fr. Dan’s homily was all about encouragement and how we can encourage oneanother everyday and that we are never alone. A reception was held after Mass whereeveryone was able to talk with one another and enjoy some pink treats. A huge thank you to everyone that helped makethis evening a success. We continue topray for all those people and their families who are battling, those who havesurvived and those who have lost their battles with breast cancer or anycancer.
Breast Cancer Awareness Mass 2017
The Savolskis-Wasik-Glenn Funeral Home held their annual Breast Cancer Awareness Mass on October 19, 2017 at St. Therese Church in Munhall. It was a truly amazing evening filled with hope, prayers and encouragement for all those in attendance. A reception was held after Mass where everyone was able to talk with one another and enjoy some pink cookies and take home awareness bracelet's, pins and cards. A big thank you to Fr. Terry O'Connor, Fr. Dan Sweeney and Fr. Nick Mastrangelo for celebrating the Mass as well as Tom Coyne for providing the beautiful music. We continue to pray for all those people and families who are battling, have survived or who have lost the battle with breast cancer or any cancer.
Breast Cancer Awareness Mass 2016
Thank you to everyone who attended the Breast Cancer Awareness Mass at St. Therese Church on October 19th. It was truly beautiful to see a community come together to pray for one another and all those who have been affected by this terrible disease. A huge thank you to Fr. Dan Sweeney, Fr. Nick Mastrangelo and Fr. Terry O'Connor, celebrating the Mass and Tom Coyne for the amazing music. Fr. Dan's homily was especially touching as he was able to connect on a personal level by comparing his journey through cancer with others who share his experience. God bless all of those people and families who are battling, have survived or who have lost the battle with breast cancer or any cancer.