Second Sunday of Ordinary Time

Sat / Sun January 17 & 18, 2009                             

Text Box: MASS INTENTIONS for the week

Sat.    5pm:   Thanksgiving Mass & In Honor of Five 
                      Sacred Wounds of our Lord
Sun.   8:30:   Int. Isabel Monaghan (liv.)
        10:30:   People of St. Margaret Mary (l. & d.)
        12:30:   Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest.
Sun.  5:pm:   For the conversion of those who are against life.    
                     Exposition B.S. Living Rosary & Benediction.
Mon. 8 am:   Int. Daniel Sullivan (liv.)
Mon. 6 pm:   Thanksgiving Mass & In Honor of Five 
                      Sacred Wounds of our Lord
Tues. 8 am:   Int. Andrea Sullivan (liv.)
Tues. 6 pm:   Thanksgiving Mass & In Honor of Five 
                      Sacred Wounds of our Lord
Weds. 8 am:  Pete Gerardini (dec.)
Weds. 6 pm:  Thanksgiving Mass & In Honor of Five 
                      Sacred Wounds of our Lord
01.22.  -  RESPECT LIFE - DAY OF PENANCE & FASTING
Thurs. 8 am:  Int. Galvan Rosean (liv.)
Thurs. 6pm:   Thanksgiving Mass & In Honor of Five 
                       Sacred Wounds of our Lord
Fri. 8 am:       E.C. Geiger (dec.)
Fri. 6 pm:       Peter Cresci & Donald Cresci (dec.)
Sat. 8 am:       Int. Timothy Monaghan (liv.)
Sat. 10 am:     Int. James Case (liv.) 
Sat. 5 pm:       Albert - Wojciech Ostoya (dec.)
Text Box: MUSIC FOR 5:00, 10:30 & 12:30 MASSES
Organ Prelude: 	
“Prelude in G Minor” J.S. Bach

Hymns:                    
# 610, # 100, # 601

Mass at  5:00 pm (Sat.): 
Community Mass, Proulx. 
Cantor & organ.

Mass at 10: 30:       
Missa de Angelis.  St. Joseph Choir
Mass at 12:30:        
Missa Orbis Factor, Mixed Schola

Organ Postlude:     
“Scherzo”, Widor

Text Box: Last week  the second collection for the Bishop’s Appeal Fund amounted to 
$906.00. 

This week, the 2nd collection  is for the Oakland Seminary Fund. 

Next week, the 2nd collection is for the Parish Development Fund . 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR 
SUPPORT. 
MAY GOD REWARD YOUR 
GENEROSITY.
Text Box: WEEK OF PRAYER 
FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY 
(JANUARY 18 – 25)
       Every year we celebrate a Week of Prayer for the Unity of all followers of Jesus. The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity was initiated in 1908 by the Rev. Paul Wattson of the Episcopal Church in 1908 at Graymoor in New York’s Hudson Valley; the Second Vatican Council’s Decree on Ecumenism in 1964; and the formation of the Joint Working Group between the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity and the World Council of Churches. A world observance, the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is an important expression of ecumenical activity at the local level. This year the  theme for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is: “Where two or three are gathered in my name...” (Matthew 18:20). The features provided in this year’s resources thus intend to evoke a sustained reflection on Jesus’ invitation to gather in His Name and on the meaning such gatherings hold for the unity of the Church and the renewal of the human community.

ANNUAL SEMINARY COLLECTION.
Our Diocese currently has 20 seminarians preparing to serve our parishes as priests. Education and formation in the Seminary is costly ($27,000 per year) per seminarian. Our diocese conducts, once a year, a special collection to help to pay for these expenses. On this weekend; the January 17/18 weekend, we  have a 2nd collection to support those called to serve us as future priests. Write checks to: St. Margaret Mary Church with memo: “for Oakland Seminary”. Thank you for your generosity. MAY GOD REWARD Text Box: Sunday Scripture
         Each of us is called to bring all that we have to the work of building up God's Kingdom on earth.
When Jesus called the Apostles, he did not hold interviews or find the smartest and most distinguished people to help him with his mission. He picked everyday people, of whom he asked extraordinary things. We mirror the Apostles in that we are ordinary people being asked by God to do both ordinary and extraordinary things in Christ's name.
 In today's first reading we hear that Samuel, as a young boy, is called by God. He does not understand at first that it is God calling him. In the second reading, Paul reminds us that our bodies come from God, therefore they are holy temples where the Holy Spirit dwells. In the Gospel, Jesus calls the first Apostles.

Weekly update

01/10-11

(47)         Year- to Date

Actual

$ 4,321.00

$ 9,328.00

Goal

$ 5,100.00

$ 10,200.00

Shortfall

$ 779.00

$ 872.00

Bishop’s Appeal

$ 906.00

$ 906.00

Goal for Appeal

 

$ 9,182.00

Par.  Dev. Fund

$ 0.00

$ 0.00

Building Fund

$ 50.00

$ 2,371.00