Parish notes: Smoky Mountain Deanery

Holy Family, Seymour

Parishioners at Holy Family collected household cleaning items for clients of CROSS Ministries, a social-service agency that assists people on a severely limited income with food and other basic needs, during February.

Immaculate Conception, Knoxville

Baptism: John McGinty Zengel, son of Andy and Caroline Zengel.

St. Albert the Great, Knoxville

Eucharistic adoration is now available at St. Albert the Great Church on Mondays from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. during Lent. Anyone is welcome to make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament. To commit to a specific hour, contact Deacon Bob Smearing at 423-748-3026.

The Soup-er Bowl collection at the parish netted 781 cans of soup with a total value of $1,200. The soup was donated to the Ladies of Charity and the Halls Food Pantry.

St. Mary, Gatlinburg

The St. Mary Church Council of Catholic Women sponsored a day of reflection Jan. 17. Father Joseph Brando presented a reflection on the parables in the Gospel of St. Luke.

The CCW served dinner to the 45 priests who attended the recent priest study days in Gatlinburg.

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