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St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church at 13485 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34609-5249 US -  A PARISH HISTORY.....

 A PARISH HISTORY.....
  A CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF SAINT JOAN OF ARC PARISH- August 19, 1988- Father Michael T. O'Brien is assigned to the new unnamed Hernando County  Parish in southeastern Spring Hill. November, 1988- Bishop Larkin names the new parish St. Joan of Arc. November 26, 1988- St. Joan of Arc parish holds its first Mass at the Knights of Columbus Hall #6383. May, 1989- Ground breaking ceremony for St. Joan of Arc Church Building. November, 1989- Construction begins. May 29, 1990- Dedication and Blessing of the New Church Building and Beginning of Liturgy in the New Sanctuary. October 26, 1992- Father Anthony D'Angelo is appointed new Pastor of St. Joan of Arc. October 1, 1996- The launch of the New Beginnings Building Program. January 19, 1998- Fr. Marciano G. Martin appointed new Pastor of St. Joan of Arc.August 13, 1998-Father Marciano Martin officially installed as Pastor by Bishop Robert Lynch. November 26, 1998- Tenth Anniversary of Parish. March, 1999- Construction begins on Parish Hall .August 27, 2000- Parish Family Hall Dedication and Opening Ceremony- July 1, 2001- Father Raymond F. O' Neill appointed new Pastor of St. Joan of Arc.January 18, 2002-Parish family is saddened by the Passing of Father Marciano. June 16, 2002- St. Joan of Arc Parish Family Hall is redesignated in Honor of Father Marciano G. Martin, "a friend of all". September 22, 2002- Father Raymond O'Neill is offically installed as Pastor of St. Joan of Arc by Bishop Robert Lynch. October, 2003- our new stained glass windows are installed as a result of the "Parish Enhancement Society" which was started earlier in the year. November 22, 2003- the Parish celebrates its 15 year anniversary with a party in the Parish Family Hall. December 22, 2003- new Stations of the Cross are installed in the Church, further evidence of the wonderful support ot the Parish Enhancement Society.


MONTHLY CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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STATIONS OF THE CROSS
 Stations of the Cross are each Friday at 7:00 p.m. during Lent.
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AN OPEN INVITATION
The Knights of Columbus, St. Joan of Arc Council #11317, extends an invitation to all Catholic men to join our council. The council meets the first Thursday of each month at St. Joan of Arc Parish Hall.  If you are interested in learning more about the Knights of Columbus, please ...
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ALTAR SERVERS NEEDED!
We are in need of young men and women who are at least 10 years of age and have made their First Holy Communion to step forward and volunteer for this most rewarding Ministry … You will be thoroughly trained and you'll find that when you are at the Altar assisting the Priest, ...
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ST. JOAN OF ARC - WIDOW'S GROUP
St. Joan of Arc registered parishioners who are widows of our Parish, we welcome you to join us the first Friday of each month in the Church Library after the 9:00 a.m. Mass.       We are not a bereavement group - we share refreshments and coffee, plan day trips and ...
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2014 OPERATION RICE BOWL  - A Program of Catholic Relief Services
Every Lent, St. Joan of Arc participates in "OPERATION RICE BOWL" in an effort to assist those who need help the most, through Catholic Relief Services Development Projects. As we enter this season of Lent, we are asked to engage in the traditional practices of Lent by Praying ...
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Our Mission Statement
Mission of our Parish... We, the Catholic Community, a part of the Roman Catholic Church, believe that we are called to be Church. Therefore, as the people of God, we come together to share the Eucharist and other sacraments. We invite and encourage all to participate in these...
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