Current Bulletin - St Elizabeth Seton

February 15, 2015
Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
CHURCH PHYSICAL ADDRESS
5225 Golden Gate Parkway
Naples, Florida 34116
MAILING ADDRESS & OFFICE LOCATION
5260 28th Avenue SW
Naples, FL 34116
PASTOR
Rev. Dennis J. Harten, O.S.A.
SPANISH MINISTRY
Father Luis H. Pacheco
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Vigil ..................... 3:00 pm & 4:30pm
Saturday Vigil Mass in Spanish ........6:30pm
Sunday Liturgies ................... 7:30am, 9:00am
& 10:30am
Daily Liturgy (Monday-Saturday) ..... 8:00am
RECONCILIATION SATURDAY
CONTACT US
E-MAIL
Marrie McLaughlin, Principal
(239) 455-2262
[email protected]
WEBSITE: stelizabethseton.org
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Telephone.............................. (239) 455-3900
Fax ............................................ (239) 455-6895
Prayer Line ................................. extension 301
DIRECTOR OF PASTORAL MINISTRY
Joan Hayden ......................... extension 203
BUSINESS MANAGER
David Mowery....................... extension 202
OFFICE MANAGER
Denine Cascio-Snyder ...... extension 201
SPANISH MINISTRY
Christian Davis
(239) 370.1408
The General Meeting is the first Monday of
the month at 7:30pm. The KOC Hall is located at 6120 Golden Gate Parkway.
MARRIAGES
Arrangements must be made six months in
advance by calling the Parish Office.
BAPTISM
Baptism classes for parents who are registered participating members of the Parish
will be held once a month. Please call the
Parish Office for further information.
Father Luis H. Pacheco ..... extension 207
English .................................................. 4:00pm
Spanish................................................. 6:00pm
MUSIC MINISTRY
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
FAITH FORMATION FACILITATOR
Monday - Friday ............. 8:30am - 4:00pm
ST. ELIZABETH SETON SCHOOL
Carl Granieri........................... extension 204
Susan Reagan ...................... extension 208
The Safe Environment Program
As part of the Safe Environment Program, the Diocese of Venice
requires that all employees and those volunteers who work with
children and/or vulnerable adults be fingerprinted and trained in
Safe environment. For further information, visit the Diocesan
website at dioceseofvenice.org.
february 2015 at a glance...
DATE
Saturday
February 14
MASS
INTENTIONS
8:00 am Richard McNeil
3:00 pm Lane & Sember Families
4:30 pm John Koogan
Sunday
February 15
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
Monday
February 16
8:00 am
Tuesday
February 17
8:00 am
Ash
Wednesday
February 18
EVENTS
8:30
12:00
7:00
9:00
am
pm
pm
pm
No Faith Formation
Henry & Albina Gagné
Barbara Scrafino
Sylvia Butz
Kelly Krauser Knott
Parish Office is closed
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
RCIA - MR
English Prayer Group - CC
Emmaus Men - PH
For the people
6:30 pm
Bible Study Group - PH
John Morrissey
Nettie Dohrman
The Taddeo Family
Spanish Liturgy
8:45 am
6:00 pm
Bible Study Group - CC
Liturgy Committee - MR
Music Ministry - C
Sp. Prayer Group - PH
Family Life Committee - MR
Eng. Choir - C
Thursday
February 19
8:00 am
Marcus Heilig
4:00
6:30
6:30
7:00
Friday
February 20
8:00 am
Anthony Sabetello
6:30 pm
Stations of the Cross
Saturday
February 21
8:00 am Louise & Catherine Comito
3:00 pm Kenneth Evans
4:30 pm M/M Ting Chang
4:00 pm
5:30 pm
Breakfast Boys Dinner - PC
Breakfast Boys Dinner - PC
Sunday
February 22
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
Monday
February 23
8:00 am
Lourdou Mary Anna
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
RCIA/Confirmation - MR
English Prayer Group - CC
Emmaus Men - PH
Tuesday
February 24
8:00 am
For the people
6:30 pm
Spanish Council Meeting - MR
Wednesday
February 25
8:00 am
Shea Reagan
6:30 pm
6:00 pm
Emmaus Women - CC
Education Committee - MR
Thursday
February 26
8:00 am
James M. Fiore
4:00 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
Music Ministry - C
Sp. Prayer Group - PH
Eng. Choir - C
Friday
February 27
8:00 am
Mathilda Rebrovich
6:30 pm
Stations of the Cross
Saturday
February 28
8:00 am
Sunday
March 01
Building Codes:
Members of the Comito Family
Noemia Dias Ferreira
Violet Pelletier
8:30
8:45
10:00
11:30
3:00
5:00
6:00
pm
pm
pm
pm
am
am
am
am
pm
pm
pm
For the Nieces & Nephews of
the Comito Family
3:00 pm Leo Fitzsimmons
4:30 pm The Yuhasz Family
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
Claire Poole
Alvera & Richard Martin
Alice & Mike Clifford
C -Church
PH– Parish Hall
CC -Children’s Chapel
PC - Parish Center
Breakfast Boys - PC
Blestways - School
Breakfast Boys - PC
Breakfast Boys - PC
Reconciliation Parent’s Meeting
Faithways - PH
Discipleways - PH
St. Vincent de Paul Van Pickup
8:45
5:00
5:00
6:00
am
pm
pm
pm
St. Vincent de Paul Van Pickup
Blestways - School
Eucharist Series - PC
Discipleways - PH
Faithways - PH
G- Gymnasium
MR –Meeting Room
S/C—Sacristy in Church
O– Office
On the cross, Jesus proves that he is powerful beyond
measure, not by doing some spectacular physical act
that leaves everyone around him helpless to make any
protest, but in a spectacular act of the heart wherein he
forgives those who are mocking and killing him.
Divine kingship is manifest in forgiveness, not in
muscle.
That is real glory, and that is the one thing of which we really should be envious, namely, the
compassion and forgiveness that Jesus manifested in the face of jealousy, hatred, and murder.
We see this illustrated in the gospels in the incident where James and John come to Jesus and ask him to
give them the seats of glory at his side. Jesus takes their request seriously and does not, on that
occasion, caution them against pride. Rather he asks them: “Can you drink from the cup [of suffering]
that I shall drink?” In naiveté, they answer: “We can!” Jesus replies: “The cup that I shall drink you
shall drink, but as for the seats [of glory] at my right hand or left, these are not mine to give.”
What Jesus is saying, in effect, is this: You will taste suffering, everyone will, and that suffering will
make you deep. But, it won’t necessarily make you deep in the right way. Suffering can make you deep
in compassion and forgiveness, but it can also make you deep in bitterness and anger. However only
compassion and forgiveness bring glory into your lives.
Jesus defines glory very differently than we do. Real glory, for him, is not the glory of winning a gold
medal, of being a champion, of winning an Oscar, or of being an object of envy because of our looks or
our achievements. Glory consists in being deep in compassion, forgiveness, and graciousness—and
these are not often spawned by worldly success, by being better-looking, brighter, richer, or better
muscled than those around us.
We all nurse the secret dream of glory. Partly this is healthy, a sign that we are emotionally well.
However, this is something that needs to grow and mature inside of us. Our secret dream of glory is
meant to mature so that eventually we will begin, more and more, to envision ourselves as standing out,
not by talent, looks, muscles, and speed, but by the depth of our compassion and the quality of our
forgiveness. ~ Fr. Ron Rolheiser
In preparation for the Ordinary Synod of Bishops to be held in
Rome, October 4-25, 2015, on the topic, The Vocation and Mission
of the Family in the Church and Contemporary World, you are
invited to submit comments on the questions raised in the
Lineamenta (working document) of the Synod concerning pastoral
challenges facing families. Parish priests have been asked by Bishop
Dewane to compile responses through local meetings. If you are
unable to do so, check with your parish on how best to submit your
comments.
239.455.3900
extension 301
24 hours | 7 days a week
To find the Lineamenta in both English and Spanish, and for
information on how to submit comments directly, please go to
www.dioceseofvenice.org. Responses must be made by no later
than Friday, February 20. Your comments will be integrated and
submitted to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops as
part of the feedback from the Diocese of Venice in Florida. Thank
you and God bless!
sixth sunday in ordinary time...
Different Kinds of Glory
Do you need confirmation?
YES, if you are a 1) fully Catechized Catholic Adult - you
have been baptized & received the Eucharist or 2) High
school youth in your second year of preparation
Singing is such a joyful
witness. Last week our
SES family was singing
out so loud and strong! It was
wonderful to hear and very moving.
Every time we open our heart and
sing out our praise to God
something beautiful happens ... a
moment of JOY is realized in
creation, and that song lasts
forever. Emanating from our tiny
corner of the world comes our song
of infinite consequence. How can
we help but love our God!
Join the choir or music ministry!
Call Carl at 609-287-4268
Classes will begin Monday, February 23rd
6:30 pm
Where:
Meeting Room in the Church
Duration:
Six Weeks
What to bring: Your Baptismal Certificate with
notations of dates for additional sacraments
Our Faith Formation
Blestways, Faithways, and Discipleways there
will be no class next week, Sunday, February 15th
On Sunday, February 22nd there will be a mandatory parent/child
reconciliation Meeting from 3:00 to 5:00pm in the church. This
meeting is only for those children receiving their first Reconciliation
on Saturday, February 28th at 9:30am. The children receiving
Reconciliation are the same children who will receive First Eucharist
on Saturday, May 2nd.
PARISH COMMITTEE CONTACTS
ADMINISTRATION/FINANCE COMMITTEE
Victoria Koga ......................................... 239.860.8497
Walter Morrissey .................................. 239.352.1754
CHRISTIAN SERVICE COMMITTEE
Amala Rawat ......................................... 239.513.0696
Kathy Clifford ......................................... 239.207.7204
EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Andrea Marsh .................[email protected]
FAMILY LIFE COMMITTEE
Patrica & Orlando Tamayo .............. 239.304.1332
LITURGY COMMITTEE
Marilyn Malio .........................................239-331-8493
If you are interested in finding
out what will be happening please feel free to come to any of
the scheduled meetings which
are held at 6:30pm in the
Meeting Room located in the
Church:
February18th
February19th
February 25th
March 4th
March 5th
Liturgy Committee
Family Life Committee
Education Committee
Welcome Committee
Christian Service
Committee
Lenten Regulations for
Fasting & Abstinence
FASTING is to be observed by all
Catholics between the ages of 18
years and 59 years (inclusive). On a
fast day, one full meal is allowed.
Two smaller meals, sufficient to
maintain strength, may to taken
according to each one’s needs, but
together they should not equal
another full meal. Eating between
meals is not permitted, but liquids
are allowed.
ABSTINENCE from meat is
observed by all Catholics who are
14 years of age and older.
NOTE: If a person is unable to
observe the above regulations due
to ill health or other serious
reasons, they should practice other
forms of self denial that are
suitable to their condition.
Are you looking for a
deeper relationship with
our Lord, Jesus Christ?
Then come on Monday
evenings from 7:00 pm to 8:00
pm and experience an
awakening of the gifts that
were freely given to you by the
Holy Spirit. We gather together
in the Children’s Chapel of the
Church
for
an hour of
p r a y e r ,
praise, music
and healing.
All
are
welcome, it
may
just
change your
life.
Save the Date: March 1st, 2015
The Story of the Eucharist
Brought to the Parish Community by our Education Committee
Potluck Dinner Included
Dear Friends of Seton:
The Annual Catholic Faith Appeal is in full swing. Many of our people have already
made a generous pledge to the Appeal. They may have been inspired to partner with
our diocese because of the many lives that are touched by the work funded by the
Appeal. Perhaps they heard Mary Shanessey the regional director of Catholic
Charities engage they in a hope filled vision of bringing a deepening mission of
building human dignity through the work of our
hands.
This week- end I am pleased to invite everyone t
share this hope filled vision through our in pew
collection. Please allow the Lord to fill your heart
with a spirit of generosity and sacrifice as you join
with others in making this annual appeal a success.
STEWARDSHIP
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT
OF OUR PARISH COMMUNITY!
The offertory collection totals for the weekend
of February 08, 2015
Current Year: $22,552 | # of Envelopes: 929
Previous Year: $19,526
Debt Reduction Report January 31, 2015
December Principal Reduction : $10,100
Principal Balance : $519,819
bienvenido a nuestra iglesia ...
ESTA SEMANA
EN LA IGLESIA
Lunes, 16 de Febrero
7:00 pm
Emaús Hombres
PH
Jueves, 19 de Febrero
Grupo de Oración Español
PH
C
G
O
PH
S/C
Iglesia
Gimnasio
Oficina
Salón Parroquial
Sacristía en Iglesia
CC
MR
PC
S
Capilla de Niños
Cuarto de Conferencia
Centro Parroquial
Escuela
18 de febrero
Misa en español 21:00
HORARIO DE MISAS
Misas en Inglés
Lunes a Sábado ......................................... 8:00 am
Sábado ..................................... 3:00 pm y 4:30 pm
Domingo ................ 7:30 am, 9:00 am y 10:30 am
Misa en español Sábado ............................ 6:30pm
Padre Luis H. Pacheco: 455-3900 ext. 207
Horas de Oficinas: Martes y Miércoles
Llamados a Servir
Donde puedas invertir tus dones, hazlo y ganarás un
tesoro en el Cielo. Si quieres estar más cerca de Dios,
aquí tienes los diferentes ministerios donde puedes
invertir tus talentos, tus dones y tu tiempo.
¿Necesita confirmación?
Sí, si usted es un 1) totalmente catequizados
Adulto católica - que ha sido bautizado y
recibido la Eucaristía o 2) los jóvenes de
secundaria en su segundo año de preparación
Las clases comenzarán
Lunes, 23 de febrero 2015 a las 6:30 pm
Lugar:
Sala de reuniones en la Iglesia
Duración:
Seis Semanas
Qué llevar: Su Certificado de Bautismo con
anotaciones de fechas para
sacramentos adicionales
Formación en la Fe
Blestways, Faithways, y Discipleways
no habrá clases la próxima semana,
Domingo, 15 de febrero
El Domingo, 22 de febrero habrá una
obligatoria padre / hijo reconciliación Reunión 3:0017:00 en la iglesia. Esta reunión es sólo para los niños
recibiendo su primera Reconciliación el sábado, 28 de
febrero a las 9:30 am. Los niños que reciben
Reconciliación son los mismos niños que recibirán
Primera Eucaristía el sábado, 2 de mayo.
Coordinador General de la Comunidad Hispana
Padre Luis H. Pacheco ............ 239-455-3900 ext. 207
Ministros Extraodinarios de la Eucaristía
Jesús Delgado ............................................239-784-5503
Ministerio de Música
Marisol Blanco ............................................239-961-0752
Ministerio de Ujieres
Miguel Martínez ..........................................239-821-5891
Ministerio del Rosario
Vicente Saavedra .......................................239-348-3693
Leonel Torres ...............................................239-293-1482
Ministerio del Grupo de Oración
Elio Gorrostieta ...........................................239-404-9195
Ministerio de Emaús Hombres
Ernesto Rubio ..............................................239-290-0213
Ministerio de Emaús Mujeres
Ana María Andrade ...................................239-537-6792
Si Usted necesita de emergencia ayuda con la asistencia de
alquiler, servicios publicos o alimentos, La Sociedad de St.
Vincent de Paul Naples le puede ayudar.
Le podemos ayudar con asistencia financier para ayudarle
en pagar su renta/alquiler. Tambien distribuimos alimentos
y productos higienicos. No nos cuesta nada en ayudarlos.
Una sita no es necesario, por favor visitenos al 4451
Mercantile Ave. , Naples, FL 34104 o llame al
239.775.1667. Estamos abiertos de Lunes a Jueves 10am—
1:30pm y Viernes 10am—12pm. Si no habla Ingles, por
favor traiga una persona que le pueda traducer.
The Collection for the Church in
Central & Eastern Europe
On Wednesday, February 18th our second
collection will support the Collection for the
Church in Central and Eastern Europe. This
collection supports Catholic organizations
that provide affordable shelter and train
seminarians in a region that still struggles
from the effects of Soviet rule. By providing
pastoral care, catechesis, and funding for
building renovations, your donations help to
restore the Church and build the future in
the region.
The envelopes at the end of the pews are for
our support of the Church in Central and
Eastern Europe. Please use the envelopes to
make your gift.
The Black & Indian
Mission Collection
On Sunday, February 22nd our
second collection will support the
Black & Indian Mission Collection.
This collection exists to help diocesan
communities to build the Church and
preach the Gospel of Jesus among
African American, Native American,
and Alaska Native people of God.
The envelopes at the end of the pews
are for our support of the Black &
Indian Mission. Please use the
envelopes to make your gift.
Have you ridden on the Seton Express?
Hop on and take a trip over after Mass
Browse through all the
wonderful items the
Friary has to offer
Safe Environment- As a part of the
Safe Environment Program, the
Diocese of Venice requires all
volunteers who work with children
a n d / o r vu l n e ra b l e a d u l t s b e
fingerprinted by their home parish and
trained in Safe Environment. For
further information, visit the Diocese
website at dioceseofvenice.org.
Safe Environment Class Schedule
Saint Williams - Spanish
February 28th 9:30 - 11:30am
Saint Finbarr - English
March 5th
March 7th
6:00 - 8:00pm
9:30 - 11:30am