Sixth Sunday of Easter

May 9, 2010

 

 

Sat / Sun April 03 & 04, 2010

Text Box: MASS INTENTIONS for this week

Sat.    5pm:    Novena for All Mothers (l. & d.) (2)
Sun.   8:30:    Novena for All Mothers (l. & d.) (3)
        10:30:    Novena for All Mothers (l. & d.) (4)
        12:30:    Novena for All Mothers (l. & d.) (5)

Mon. 8 am:    Novena for All Mothers (l. & d.) (6)
Mon. 6 pm:   Michelle St. Lezin & Jean Melendres (liv.)                        

Tues. 8 am:    Paulina Benoza (dec.)
Tues. 6 pm:   All Parishioners (l. & d.)

Wed . 8am:    Felicua Porcuna (dec.)
Wed.  6pm:    Int. Fr. Stanislaw Zak (liv.)

Thurs. 8 am:  Novena for All Mothers (l. & d.) (7)
Thurs. 6 pm:  Int. Wilfredo Balza (liv.)
Thurs. 7:30pm: Fr. Don McDonnell (liv.) Fatima Mass & Devotion

Fri.  8am:      In honor of the Five Sacred Wounds. 
Fri.  8am:      Int. Frs. Stanislaw Zak & Joseph Fiedorowicz (35th  
                      anniversary of their ordination)
Fri. 2Ė 3pm   Adoration & Confession
Fri. 3pm        Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Fri. 6 pm:      Novena for All Mothers (l. & d.) (8)

Sat. 8 am:      Int. Nicolas Estilo (liv.)
Sat. 10am:     Novena for All Mothers (l. & d.) (9)
Sat. 11am:     Fr Stanislaw Zak & Fr Joseph Fiedorowicz (35th anniversary  
                      of priestly Ordination) 
Sat. 4pm:       Adoration & Confession
Sat. 5 pm:      Int. Fr. Stanislaw Zak (liv.)
Text Box:    MUSIC FOR 5:00, 10:30 & 12:30 MASSES
Organ Prelude:  "Communione", Piotr Harasimiuk
Hymns for today:  
 #481 Crown Him with Many Cr.
 #102 Vidi Aquam, 
 #546 Regina Caeli
Mass at 5pm (Sat.)  
People's Mass, Vermulst.  
Cantor and organ
Mass at 10:30am:  
Missa cum Jubilo, 
Gregorian Mass 9, St. MM Choir
choir: If Ye Love Me, Tallis
Mass at 12:30pm: 
Missa Lux et Origo, 
Gregorian Mass I
Organ Postlude:  
"Ite Messa Est preambulum", 
Piotr Harasimiuk



Text Box: Last week, the second collection for the Building Fund amounted to $1,014.00. 

This week, the 2nd collection  is for the Bishopís Appeal Fund. 
Next week, the 2nd collection will be for the  Catholic Charities. 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.  
Text Box: MONTH OF MAY AND MOTHERíS DAY 
       This month is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The springtime month of May is popularly devoted to Mary. Statues dedicated to her are showered with bouquets and crowns of flowers. The second Sunday of May, Motherís Day (celebrated in Spain on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, December 8), often takes on Marian nuances. There was an annual Mothering Sunday celebrated in England on the fourth Sunday of Lent, from at least  the 17th century until the early 19th. Our Motherís Day, however, has become a secular observance although it did not begin that way. The tradition began through the efforts of Anna M. Jarvis (1864-1948) with church services in Grafton, West Virginia, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in honor of Anna Jarvisís own mother. In 1910, the governor of Oklahoma issued the first Motherís Day proclamation. The following year all the states did so. Congress and the Executive Office cooperated in 1913 in a national resolution establishing the second Sunday of May as Motherís Day. Anna Jarvis died, disillusioned that her religious efforts had become almost entirely secular and commercial.
       Every weekday mornings during the month of May after the 8:00am Holy Mass, we will recite the Litany to the Blessed Virgin Mary, followed by Benediction. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US.
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may ó 
month of mary ó 
please pray the 
litany of the bvm with us 


Text Box: Sunday Scripture
	The Holy Spirit guides the Church. The decision of the Council of Jerusalem pushed the Jewish Christian community to the edge of its comfort zone. Nevertheless, the leaders of the Church were confident that their decision was the will of God, shown them by the Holy Spirit. Let us rejoice that God loves us so much that he has given us the Holy Spirit to guide us.
	In today's first reading, the Church leaders in Jerusalem make known to the Gentile Christians what will be expected of them. In the second reading, we hear that the heavenly Jerusalem is full of God's splendor. In the Gospel, Jesus promises that the Father will send the Holy Spirit to remind us of all that Jesus taught.

Weekly update

May 01 & 02

Year- to Date

Actual

$ 5,107.00

$ 96,283.78

Goal

$ 5,900.00

$ 103,900.00

Shortfall

$ 793.00

$ 7,616.22

Bishopís Appeal

$ 0.00

$ 5,023.00

Goal for Appeal

 

$ 9,182.00

Par.Dev. Fund

$ 33.00

$ 3,725.00

Building Fund

$ 1,014.00

$ 6,509.00

April 2010

INCOME

 

April 2010

EXPENDITURES

 

April 2010

BALANCE

 

YEAR-TO-DATE

BALANCE

$ - 37,347.55