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We, the Brothers of St. John of God, are called to witness to the people of God Christ’s healing love as expressed by our charism of hospitality, through a community of faith and a compassionate service to God’s suffering people. It is very evident that more persons are being assisted by the Order throughout the world today than ever before in its history. We know, however, we cannot handle this alone.

Today the family of St. John of God is a large one, including Brothers, staff, service users and their families, volunteers, benefactors and friends of the Order. What draws this family together and what inspires us to continue the work that John of God began is based on his vision of offering healing and hospitality to those in need.

Through your direct donations and gift of prayer, you actively support and participate in our ministry. You are part of the St. John of God family.

We invite you to walk closely with us and share in our mission. Please come back and visit us often.

 

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We ask each of you to pray for the needs of our community, the special intentions of our brothers, the needs of those entrusted to our care and for an increase of vocations.

 

Deferred Giving

Bequest and Wills– Remembering Hospitaller Order of St. John of God in your will offers an opportunity to make a substantial contribution that ensures the services we offer to the poor, the needy and the disabled will be available for many generations without drawing on your resources.

Beneficiary Designation– You may name Hospitaller Order of St. John of God as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, a retirement fund, IRA, a savings account or a Certificate of Deposit.

Trusts & Annuities– Trusts and annuities offer a means of making a significant gift to the brothers while retaining a life income. Along with generous federal tax benefits, there are corresponding restrictions. A personal attorney or tax consultant should be contacted to determine the best plan for you.

 

Direct Support/Giving

Cash Gifts– These gifts can be used immediately and provide a tax savings to you.

Memorials and Tributes– Donations can be made to The Province of the Good Shepherd in North America to honor or remember a loved one.

Gift of Stock– Gifts of stock or securities which have risen in value since their purchase make attractive gift vehicles.

All contributions are tax deductible as provided by law.

In the past if you directed gifts to the Children’s Center in Malawi or other missions in Africa, this project is under the umbrella of the St. John of God Hospitaller Ministries, West European Province in Ireland, not the Province of the Good Shepherd.  You may choose to continue your support by sending gifts directly to the West European Province www.sjog.ie.  The Province of the Good Shepherd does not accept gifts designated for Malawi or other missions in Africa.

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APRIL 22, 2018 - WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS

Prayer for Vocations:

Holy Spirit, stir within us the passion to promote vocations to the consecrated life, societies of apostolic life, diocesan priesthood, and permanent diaconate.

Inspire us daily to respond to Your call with boundless compassion, abundant generosity, and radical availability.

Ignite our Church with the confident humility that there is an urgent need for religious sisters, brothers, deacons, and priests to live in solidarity with those who are poor, neglected, and marginalized.

Disrupt our comfortable lives and complacent attitudes with new ideas to respond courageously and creativity with a daily 'YES!' Amen.
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Congratulations to Archbishop Damiano School of Westville, N.J. and Penns Grove High School of Carney’s Point, N.J.! They each won $5,000 for the 2018 Environmental Community Service Award issued by Manko Gold Environmental Law Firm, Wawa, and 6abc.
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GOOD SHEPHERD SUNDAY

Good Shepherd Sunday occurs on the fourth Sunday in the Easter Season. The name derives from the gospel reading for the day, which is taken from the tenth chapter of Johns Gospel. In this reading Christ is described as the Good Shepherd who lays down his life for his sheep.
 I am the Good Shepherd.  The Good Shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.

GOOD SHEPHERD SUNDAY

Good Shepherd Sunday occurs on the fourth Sunday in the Easter Season. The name derives from the gospel reading for the day, which is taken from the tenth chapter of John's Gospel. In this reading Christ is described as the "Good Shepherd" who lays down his life for his sheep.
" I am the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd lays down his life for the sheep."
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Loving shepherds make for happy sheep.

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Thank you,  Bob.  You are a blessing to the guests of GSM.
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Thank you, Bob. You are a blessing to the guests of GSM.
#HospitallerGivingIt’s tax time and we are so blessed to have retired accountant Bob volunteering his time. Over the last 13 years, he has averaged 200 filings per year for our guests, with refunds of over $1M. 👏
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Thanks again to our incredible volunteers, co-workers, and donors who generously gave back on Easter Sunday to help provide meals to guests. You made it an Easter to remember! 🙌👍 ... See MoreSee Less

HE IS RISEN!

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Happy Easter to all of you

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