Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time

August  22, 2010




Sat / Sun April 03 & 04, 2010


Sat.  5 pm:    Int. Fr. William Marshall (liv.)
Sun.  8:30:    All Parishioners (l. & d.)
        10:30:   Int. Rose Stone (liv.)
        10:30:   Int. parents Tadeusz and Helena Oleszkiewicz 
        12:30:   Int. Pam, Brett, and Zach (liv.)
Mon. 8 am:   The Souls in Purgatory
Mon. 6 pm:   Int. Eric Mendoza (liv.)

Tues. 8 am:   The Souls in Purgatory
Tues. 6 pm:   Int. Geraldo Ramos (liv.)

Wed. 8am:     The Souls in Purgatory
Wed. 6pm:     John J. Bartulovich (dec.)

Thurs. 8 am:  The Souls in Purgatory
Thurs. 6pm:   Maria Desjarlais ( dec.)

Fri.     8 am:   In honor of the Five Sacred Wounds
Fri. 2.00 -     Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Fri. 3.00 -     Chaplet  of Divine Mercy
Fri. 6 pm:      John J. Bartulovich (dec.)

Sat. 8 am:      Int. Valerie, John and their Family (liv.)
Sat. 10am:     Int. John Larricq (liv.)
Sat. 4.00pm:  Adoration, Confession & Benediction
Sat. 5 pm:      Elizabeth Mohun (dec.)
Sat. 5pm:      Wanda Tomczykowska (dec.) (89 birthday 08.29)  
Text Box:        MUSIC FOR 5:00, 10:30 & 12:30 MASSES

Organ Prelude:  Concerto in A Minor, Mvt. III, JS Bach
Hymns for today:  
   #411 At the Lamb's  
   #100 Asperges 
   #591 Ye Holy Angels
Mass at 5pm (Sat.)  Psallite Mass, 
   Cantor & Organ.
Mass at 10:30am:  Missa Orbis Factor, #218
   St. M.M. Choir
Mass at 12:30pm:  Missa Orbis Factor, #218
   Mixed Schola
Organ Postlude: Concerto in A Minor, Mvt. I, JS Bach

Text Box: Last week, the second collection for the MISSION CO-OP APPEAL amounted to $1,592.00. 
This week, the 2nd collection is for the Parish Development Fund. 
Next week, the 2nd collection will be 
for the SVDP. 


Text Box: August 22  – 
The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary – 

This was prescribed in 1954 by Pope Pius XII for 31 May, and is now celebrated on the octave of the Assumption. 

       Four years after he defined the dogma of the Assumption of Mary, Pope Pius XII, in the encyclical letter Ad Caeli Reginam, decreed and instituted the Feast of the Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary. He thus acknowledged and made formal a long-standing Church tradition. From the earliest centuries of the Church, belief in Mary's Queenship in heaven had been part of the Christian faith. Though nothing is said directly about either Mary's Assumption or her   Coronation in the Bible, these beliefs are based on both scriptural references and tradition. 

       By first carrying her to heaven, then crowning her in the sight of all the angels and saints, God richly rewarded his most faithful of servants. Mary's own prophecy was fulfilled: "Truly all people shall call me blessed, for the Lord has done great things for me." 

       This is also the  patronal feast of Our Diocese


Text Box: Sunday Scripture
          	The word of God proclaims truth, even if the truth sometimes hurts. It is only by the means of truth–believed and lived–that one can come to life. In a world filled with deception and lies, the truths Jesus taught shine as a light through a narrow door, showing us the path to eternal life. As Christians, we cannot just know Christ. We must follow Christ. Taking His path, we plant our feet firmly on the way to eternal life.
	The Prophet Isaiah tells us that God's will is for people of all nations to give him glory. The reading from Hebrews tells us that what is difficult can make us strong. In the Gospel, Jesus uses an example of a narrow gate to teach that it will not be easy to live so as to gain entrance into the heavenly Kingdom.

Weekly update

Aug 22

Year- to Date


$ 3,697.00

$ 154,382.78


$ 5,900.00

$ 174,700.00


$ 2203.00

$ 14,417.22

Bishop’s Appeal

$ 0.00

$ 8,011.00

Goal for Appeal


$ 9,182.00

Par.  Dev. Fund

$ 0.00

$ 5,111.00

Building Fund

$ 0.00

$ 9,075.00

April 2010


$ 34, 872.03

April 2010


$ 30,092.87

April 2010


$ 4,779.16



$ - 32,568.39