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    1:21PM

    Shawsome! Mega Sunday Festival--August 25th, 2013

    On Sunday, August 25th the Shaw Chapel will host a community celebration!  The event will open with outdoor Protestant and Catholic worship services at 10am.  Then, at 11:30am we will have food, open pool, a huge number of activities for children, a music stage, and more!  The celebration will continue until 3PM.

    The entire base is invited and welcome!  It’s an opportunity to kick off the fall by joining together in a spirit of joy.

    We will need a host of volunteers to make this event a reality, if you’d like to volunteer, please click here.

    Additionally, we will have a music stage featuring musicians from the Shaw and Sumter communities.  Individuals, church groups, even family groups are all invited to play and provide entertainment.  If you’d like time on the stage, please click here!

    9:11AM

    Merry Christmas!

    On behalf of the entire chapel

    staff, Fr Sousa  and

    Fr Fitzgerald  wish to extend

    to you their best wishes and

    prayers for a joyous and

    blessed Christmas season.

    May the Light of  Christ

    which burns through all darkness  radiate

    and illumine your life!  For nothing  can

    separate us from the love of Christ.

    Let us continue to pray for one another,

    that peace and joy dwell in our homes as

    we  celebrate Jesus’ birth.

    Merry Christmas!

    10:05AM

    Worship While You Travel

    Traveling Catholics now have an on-line resource for finding the times and locations for Mass anywhere in the country. Log onto www.masstimes.org for Mass times and locations.  This ministry serves more than 60 million Catholics who live and travel in the United States.