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Message from OLPH Pastor, Fr. Jim Hannah - with the first e-Bulletin

At the recommendation of the parish Pastoral Council, we are initiating a new service to try to enhance communication within the parish. Beginning this weekend (May 11, 2014), the weekly parish bulletin and other important information about the parish will be emailed directly to your Inbox. It will be sent to all OLPH parishioners whose e-mail addresses we currently have (approximately 700+ including multiple emails in some households).

The primary purpose for this initiative is to keep you as informed as possible about the life of your parish and to save you the bother of having to pick up a paper bulletin each week. While the paper bulletins do not cost the parish financially, they are a waste of paper when we are now able to communicate the same information electronically. We feel this is one small thing we can do for the sake of our environment.

We will continue to produce the paper bulletin but as more parishioners stop taking them, we will reduce the number so that we only have enough to provide to those parishioners who do not have email. We also want to ensure you that we will not use this means of communication frivolously and clutter up your Inbox with unnecessary information. If you’ve learned about this initiative (perhaps through a fellow-parishioner) and wish to be added for future emailing, please subscribe on this page.

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