09/12/2021 - Bulletin
Three weeks ago we heard Peter’s confession of faith as told in John’s gospel. This week we hear Mark’s version, when Peter says, “You are ...
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09/05/2021 - Bulletin
James tells us to stop showing favoritism in the assembly, treating the rich visitor with more honor than the poor one. Jesus himself seems to ...
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Bible Study January 20, 2021 3rd Sunday after Epiphany

In Remembrance

In Remembrance of John E. Studley, Sr.

In Remembrance of John E. Studley, Sr.

John E. Studley Sr. passed on October 10, 2020, at the age of 87, while at the All-American Assisted Living Center in Raynham, after a period of declining health. He was born in Boston, and was the husband of the late Janet L. Studley (Johnson). He was the son of the late Harold E. Studley Jr., Dorothy B. Yourkwitz (Shay), and his step-mother, Winifred C. Studley. John had two sisters, the late Joyce Studley and Francis “Frannie” Cianfarani, both of Florida, and his late brother, William F. Studley of California.
 
John graduated from Brockton High School in 1951. Except for a few years when he resided in Easton as a child, he lived his life in Brockton. He enlisted in the United States Marine ...
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