St. Mary Magdalen Ladies' Night

Springtime in Assisi - St. Joseph Table

St. Joseph’s Table: An Age-old Tradition

Saint Joseph is one of the most beloved saints among Italian-Americans. As the patron of workers and the protector of the family, he is honored with a feast on March 19.

According to legend, there was a famine in Sicily many centuries ago. The villagers prayed to St. Joseph, foster-father of the Infant Savior, and asked his intercession before the throne of God. Their prayers were answered. With the ending of the dreadful famine, a special feast of thanksgiving was held in commemoration of the Saint. This celebration became tradition. Wealthy families prepared huge buffets. They then invited the less fortunate people of the village, especially the homeless and sick.

We ask that you bring foods from the list below that would be part of the traditional St. Joseph's Table. 

Date: 03/19/2019 (Tue.)

Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm EDT

Location: St Mary Magdalen church hall, 7 Sharpley Road

Created by:   Monica Hill
 
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Fruit

Please tell us what type you're bringing

 
4 slots filled - more available
Madeline Rice
Mandarin oranges
Kathy O'Toole
Fruit salad
Del Barnett
strawberries and grapes
Mary Kealey
Fruit & Dip tray

Vegetables

Please tell us what type you're bringing

 
4 slots filled - more available
Nancy O'Laughlin
I will bring some raw carrots, celery, and cucumbers with dip
Eileen Grant
Vegetable tray with broccoli, califlower and carrots
Martha Kuypers
Zucchini noodle salad
Johanna Ray
Hummus and veggies (carrots, peppers)

Bread

Sweet or savory or fancy home-baked

 
6 slots filled - more available
Georgia Dudley
Tomato basil bread
Ellen Gallo
Bread
Maureen Stone
Home baked loaf
Mariana. Alvarez
Bread
Miriam Azan
I will be happy to bring breas
dolores Un
will bring choc. brioche

Butter (2)

 
All slots filled
Michele Lawless
Butter
Maureen Kuypers
Whole butter

Olives, pickles, relish tray

 
4 slots filled - more available
Ellen Hamilton
Olives and pickles
Barbara Houghton (3)
jars of brushetta

Seafood

Tuna, Salmon, Shrimp, etc. - please tell us what you're bringing.

 
5 slots filled - more available
Mary Kuhwald
I will bring shrimp.
Audrey Anderson
Salmon
Becky Emptage
mango salmon
Sheila Meara
I will bring shrimp
Diana McCaffrey
Shrimp

Beans (5)

Fava beans are traditional but please tell us what you're bringing

 
2 of 5 slots filled
Barbara Szczesniak
3 bean salad
Karen Mulrooney
Three Bean Salad

Toppings for the bread

Could be sweet or savory, just no meat!

 
4 slots filled - more available
Barbara Szczesniak
A cheese spread
Kathy Raguckas (2)
Raspberry cream cheese and apple cinnamon/crackers
Jeanne kaye
will bring cheese ass'tm't


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