'Vacation Mass Guide' serves Catholic visitors to Maryland and Delaware resorts, Eastern Shore.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 19, 2006 --- (Wilmington, DE) --- Vacationers planning to visit Maryland or Delaware’s ocean resorts or the Maryland Eastern Shore, now have a place to go to easily get Mass times and other Catholic church related information. Mass times for Catholic churches in the Atlantic Ocean resort communities of Maryland and Delaware, plus the most popular Chesapeake Bay tourist destinations, are now available on the Diocese of Wilmington’s Web site at www.cdow.org, it was announced today by Bob Krebs, Director of the Office of Communications for the Diocese. To access the information, Web site visitors need only to click on the Vacation Mass Guide link on the Web site's home page and select a region from the menu.
The Vacation Mass Guide includes daily and weekend Mass and Reconciliation schedules, plus address and telephone information and links for Catholic churches in Lewes, Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach in Delaware; the five Catholic churches in the Ocean City, Maryland area; and Maryland Eastern Shore areas including churches in Queenstown, Chestertown, Easton, St. Michael’s and Cambridge.
“The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington is blessed to have within its borders, some of the best resort and tourist destinations in the country,” said Mr. Krebs, whose office oversees the site. “The parishes in these areas attract tens-of-thousands of visitors each weekend during the peak tourist season. The Vacation Mass Guide on our Web site makes Mass and Reconciliation schedules easier to find than ever before. Whether visitors are enjoying the history and natural beauty of the towns and villages along the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, or the family fun of a Delaware or Maryland Atlantic Ocean resort vacation; they’ll find a Catholic community nearby ready to welcome them with open arms.”
The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington was established in 1868 and comprises 57 parishes, 19 missions and 38 schools in the State of Delaware and the nine counties of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. More information is available at www.cdow.org.
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Contact: Bob Krebs
Diocese of Wilmington
http://www.cdow.org DE, US
Robert Krebs - Director, Office of Communications, 302 573-3116
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