Corpus Christi Parish’s Holy Name Society Father/Son/Daughter Breakfast is April 22

The Corpus Christi Holy Name Society annual Father/Son/Daughter breakfast will be held Sunday, April 22 following the 10:30 a.m. Mass in the church hall, 605 Luzerne Ave. Committee members are, from left, first row, Joe Jumper, Wayne Williams, vice president; Tony DeAngelo, secretary. Second row, Ang Alfano, Phil Gelso, Jerry Yakobitis, president; Dave Palovchak, Monsignor John Sempa, pastor and moderator of Holy Name Society. - Submitted Photo

WEST PITTSTON — The Corpus Christi Holy Name Society annual Father/Son/Daughter breakfast will be held Sunday, April 22 following the 10:30 a.m. Mass in the church hall, 605 Luzerne Ave.

This will mark the 33rd year for the event.

Principal speaker will be Monsignor John Sempa, pastor emeritus of Corpus Christi parish.

A hot breakfast prepared by the men and women of the parish will be served to those in attendance.

Ticket prices are $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 6 to 10 children, and children aged 5 years or younger will not be charged.

Tickets may be purchased from the ushers in the church vestibule or by calling the church rectory 570-654-2753.

The Corpus Christi Holy Name Society annual Father/Son/Daughter breakfast will be held Sunday, April 22 following the 10:30 a.m. Mass in the church hall, 605 Luzerne Ave. Committee members are, from left, first row, Joe Jumper, Wayne Williams, vice president; Tony DeAngelo, secretary. Second row, Ang Alfano, Phil Gelso, Jerry Yakobitis, president; Dave Palovchak, Monsignor John Sempa, pastor and moderator of Holy Name Society.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_Corpus-Breakfast.jpegThe Corpus Christi Holy Name Society annual Father/Son/Daughter breakfast will be held Sunday, April 22 following the 10:30 a.m. Mass in the church hall, 605 Luzerne Ave. Committee members are, from left, first row, Joe Jumper, Wayne Williams, vice president; Tony DeAngelo, secretary. Second row, Ang Alfano, Phil Gelso, Jerry Yakobitis, president; Dave Palovchak, Monsignor John Sempa, pastor and moderator of Holy Name Society. Submitted Photo