CHURCHAs the People of God in Good Shepherd Parish, we whole-heartedly embrace our mission: to deepen our personal relationship with God; to foster a faith-filled community; to provide opportunities to grow in the Catholic Faith; to share the Good News of Jesus Christ; and to promote Christian Service to all people.

Relying on the guidance and inspiration of the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves as a Parish community, to continue the work that God has begun in us by reflecting in our daily life and activities the love and grace of God.


Online giving Option

We are pleased to announce an online giving option for your financial contributions to the parish.

For complete information on this new options please review the Online Giving User Guide.

Week of MARCH 2-6, 2015
March 2
8:30 a.m. Church

march 3
6:30 a.m. Church
8:30 a.m. Church

March 4
6:30 a.m. Church
8:30 a.m. Church

march 5
6:30 a.m. Church
8:30 a.m. Church

March 6
6:30 a.m. Church
8:30 a.m. Church

News & Notes

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Taize style on January 31.

Farewell Father Fidelis; Welcome Father Ben

Father Fidelis has reported to his new duties at
the Geisinger Medical Center, the Emmanuel Center and Maria-Joseph Manor in Danville, Pa, and Father
Benedict Faneye, O.P., has begun his assignment as Parochial Vicar at Good Shepherd Parish.

Father Ben is a Dominican priest whose native land is Nigeria. He was born in 1966 and has four siblings, one
of whom is also a priest. He entered the Dominican community in 1985 at which time he began his priestly
formation program. After completing Postulancy and Novitiate and the required philosophical studies, he was
sent to the US to complete his theological studies, which he did in 1994. That year he was ordained in
the US and served in parochial ministry in the Archdiocese of Washington, DC, and continued graduate
studies at Catholic University. His academic career took him to Duquesne University in Pittsburgh where he
did doctoral studies in Health Care Ethics. Having completed his studies in 2005, he returned to teach in his community’s Dominican Institute and University in Nigeria. He has held positions in the community as Director of Students and Director of Development and Missions. His return to the US in 2009 brought him back to the community’s provincial house in Washington, DC, until his assignment to Good Shepherd Parish in Camp
Hill. We welcome Father Ben and wish him well in his ministry with us.

Schedule for Altar Servers, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and Lectors

Schedules for January 10 - March 29, 2015, are now available for Altar Servers, Lectors, and Ministers of Communion.

Youth Protection Training Update

Please click here for important information from the Diocese of Harrisburg Youth Protection Office.

  • Pastor: Rev. Paul C. Helwig
  • Parochial Vicar:
    Rev. Benedict Faneye, O.P.
  • Deacon: Francis C. Gorman
  • Deacon: Patrick M. Kiley