Weekly Bulletin - John Patrick Publishing Company

SAINT
S
TANISLAUS
R
C
C
OMAN
ATHOLIC
HURCH
51 LANSDALE AVENUE, LANSDALE, PA 19446
Telephone: 215.855.3133 • Fax: 215.855.5478
Mater Dei School: 215.368.0995 • Religious Education Office: 215.855.9893
Email: [email protected] • Web: www.ststanislaus.com
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MASS SCHEDULE
Weekend: Saturday Vigil: 5:15pm; Sunday: 7am, 9am, 11am,
1pm (Spanish)
Daily: Monday through Friday 6:30am & 8am in the Parish Center Chapel;
Saturday 8am in the Church
CATHOLIC MASS IN SIGN LANGUAGE: 4th Sunday of the month in the
Chapel
MASS INTERPRETED IN ASL: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays, 9am Mass
CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD: During 11am Mass each Sunday
MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA: Following Saturday 8am Mass
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: Saturday 8:30am to 9am; 4pm to
4:45pm and other times by appointment.
BAPTISM: The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated Sundays after the 11am
Mass. Parents and godparents are expected to participate in a prebaptismal formation session which is offered on the third Monday evening
of every month, except August and December, at 7pm in the Parish Center.
Please contact the Parish Office for further information.
MARRIAGE: Couples planning to be married should contact the Church at
least 6 months in advance of the planned wedding date. No other arrangements should be made until the couple meets with a parish priest and the
date and time are reserved. Attendance at a Marriage Preparation program
is required in accord with Archdiocesan policy. Further information will be
provided at the time of the meeting with a priest.
PASTOR
Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Tracy
MATER DEI SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Miss Diane E. McCaughan
PASTOR EMERITUS
COORDINATOR OF
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Mrs. Leona Russell
Rev. Msgr. Joseph W. Murray
PAROCHIAL VICARS
Rev. Philip M. Forlano
Rev. Michael G. Mullan, LC
IN RESIDENCE
Rev. Zachary W. Navit
DEACONS
Deacon Charles G. Lewis
Deacon C. Stephens Vondercrone
PARISH BUSINESS MANAGER
Mrs. Penny Mitchell
DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY
DIRECTOR OF PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
Sr. Barbara A. McGahan, RSM
INTERIM DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRY
Mary Gaus
PARISH SERVICE MINISTERS
Sr. Dolora Curley, OSF
Laurel Murphy
Karen Smith
WELCOME
We welcome all to join us for worship and invite you to become a part
of our parish family. We encourage
you to full and active participation in
our parish life. New members are
asked to call the Parish Center to
schedule an appointment for registration. Registration is required for admission to our programs of Religious
Education and Sacramental Preparation for Baptism, First Eucharist, Reconciliation, Confirmation and Marriage. Eligibility certificates for Sponsorship for Baptism and Confirmation
are issued to registered parishioners
who are practicing Catholics.
HOURS OF OPERATION
The Saint Katharine Drexel Perpetual
Eucharistic Adoration Chapel is open
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
PARISH CENTER SUMMER HOURS
Monday through Thursday: 9 am to 8
pm; Friday: 9 am to 5 pm; Saturday: 9
am to Noon; Sunday: 8:30 am to 1 pm.
The Parish Center closes for lunch from
Noon to 1 pm Monday through Friday
and for dinner from 5:30 pm to 6:30
pm Monday through Thursday. Priests
are available after building hours for
emergencies. Call 215.368.0220.
Sunday, August 23, 2015 ~ The Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
AUGUST 23, 2015
Dear friends / Estimados amigos,
Drivers to the New Jersey shore who use Route 42 are certainly familiar with bottlenecks these summer weekends. Travelers headed north on the Northeast Extension of the turnpike are slowed between Lansdale and Quakertown
and have to maneuver around construction, closely sharing the road with others. These conditions make tempers short,
and an otherwise short routine ride long. Theatergoers are reduced to a single line and then to one individual at a time
having his/her ticket processed by an attendant. At the Giant or Acme or any other grocery store, shoppers have to file
singly through the checkout.
All these instances of “bottlenecks” support the point made in this weekend’s liturgy: that although humankind is
comprised of countless people and characterized by numerous cultures and great diversity, all are brought into being by
God. All are charged to live together in peace with others and close to God. Only God knows who and how many will
pass through death and reach our ultimate destination. Death (one could argue) is the final bottleneck and God the ultimate turnstile. He sorts, judges and decides who gets to be welcomed into the divine presence.
In the first reading, Isaiah describes a universal throng of all peoples converging on Jerusalem. Gathered from
every nation by God, speaking many languages and using all different modes of transportation, they make their collective
way to a single destination. Some will gain entrance and some will not. What is the factor that will gain admittance? How
can one be sure he/she will get through the turnstile into the eternal presence of Jesus? How does one secure a place at
the banquet table?
Jesus answers those questions throughout the Gospel. In Luke’s version particularly Jesus often warned His own
about the dangers of being preoccupied with wealth. Too deep an attachment to material things may prove an obstacle
to His message. Jesus advised simplicity. Travel lightly, be urgent, always ready. Trust in God’s providence and extend
hospitality to those you are meant to serve. Then the locked door will be opened and the narrow gate passable for entry
into perpetual communion with God.
If ever you have had the privilege of visiting the Holy Land and the traditional site of Jesus’ place of birth, you
know first-hand the experience of the narrow gate. In Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity visitors must bend low to enter
the 4’ hall doorway (certainly not easy when you are my size!). Necessarily everyone must wait one’s turn to enter. If you
listen carefully you hear conversations in languages from throughout the world. Cultures from all over the world are represented. Only one can enter this narrow passage at a time because of its size. It is much easier to pass if you leave the
bulky things behind and divest yourself of all that is superfluous. Then you are able to enter, simply and quietly to honor
Jesus, and to remember His mission and His message and embrace them on your own.
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Why don’t February and March pass as quickly as July and August? The end of the Parish Festival signifies that
summer’s end is fast approaching (at least for the students of North Penn and Mater Dei); the papal visit requires an even
earlier than usual start of the school year.
This is the time of year when many parish groups come out of summer hibernation as well. Be sure to look to the
bulletin for information concerning other service and faith formation activities.
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Excitement is building as the Archdiocese and (to a lesser extent) the parish prepares for the visit of Pope Francis
and the start of the World Meeting of Families. All of the media attention is focused on the end of the week activities, but
remember there is a World Meeting for the four days before the Pope’s arrival. Nearly 12,000 people have registered for
this event. An INVALUABLE resource for World Meeting of Families/Papal Visit information is the WOMF’s official
web site:
http://www.worldmeeting2015.org/
Many questions can be answered by referring to this web site.
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We need your help! There are several openings on the Parish Pastoral Council due to retirements and for caregiving reasons. The Parish Pastoral Council is a group of parishioners who assist me with establishing priorities in the
parish, and with providing a “sounding board,” communication liaisons between parishioners and pastor. The commitment required for this position is not onerous. I would like honest, involved, practicing individuals who love their parish
on the Pastoral Committee. If interested, contact me so that we can discuss your interest.
Have a good week everyone! Enjoy these summer days,
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THE TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
TODAY
Knights of Columbus breakfast. Details on Page 7.
COLLECTION: CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. There will
not be a second collection. Please place your donation in the regular Sunday Offering basket in a designated envelope. Thank you for your generosity to
this Appeal.
SANCTUARY FLOWERS
Flowers on the Blessed Mother Altar this
weekend are in remembrance of the 4th
Anniversary of Florence Migliaccio, at the
request of her husband, Neil, and Family.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Today:
Monday:
Tuesday
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Jos 24:1-2, 15-18; Eph 5:21-32;
Jn 6:60-69
Rv 21:9-14; Jn 1:45-51
1 Thes 2:1-8; Mt 23:23-26
1 Thes 2:9-13; Mt 23:27-32
1 Thes 3:7-13; Mt 24:42-51
1 Thes 4:1-8; Mt 25:1-13
1 Thes 4:9-11; Mk 6:17-29
Dt 4:1-2, 6-8; Jas 1:17-18, 21-22, 27;
Mk 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23
August Prayer
Let’s put ourselves into the hands of the Lord, and
pray that God will bless our families and us during
the wonderful time of summer.
Lord God, Creator of all things, guide our steps and
strengthen our hearts during this time of summer
and vacation days. Grant us refreshment of mind
and body. We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Amen.
Traveling soon? Don’t forget to check
for local Mass schedules.
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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
Sunday, August 23
11:45 am
DeSales Society @ Chapel, lobby room
Monday, August 24
7 pm
Spanish Music Ministry @ Cahill room
Tuesday, August 25
6:45 pm
Liturgy Committee @ lobby room
7 pm
Spanish Prayer Group @ Chapel, Cahill &
McDonough rooms
Wednesday, August 26
7 pm
33 Days/Morning Glory @ Schade rm.
Thursday, August 27
1:45 pm
Legion of Mary @ Cahill room
6:50 pm
Bingo @ gym
Friday, August 28
No meetings or events scheduled
Saturday, August 29
8:30 am
Confessions until 9 am
4 pm
Confessions until 4:45 pm
More Festival thanks, to
donors of $100+ in goods
or services: Acme Markets,
Bagel Works, Bob’s Cases
and Kegs, Corropolese
Deli, Franconi’s Pizza, Hearth Baker, and to the
Chapman Family and Mr. & Mrs. George Puia.
Received by Msgr. Tracy from Deacon Paul Bork,
Maryknoll Buffalo Mission House:
Sincere thanks from here and Maryknollers around
the world for your kindness. Fr. Douglas May M.M.
enjoyed the weekend and the people of Saint Stanislaus were very receptive. Needless to say, this is a
great help towards our efforts to bring the “Good
News” to all nations. May this kindness rebound to
you and your people...There will be a grateful remembrance in our Masses and prayers. May God
bless your own wonderful labors.
TREASURE INFORMATION
Weekly Parish collection:
August 16, 2015: $13,874*
August 17, 2014: $13,975
*Contributed in 490 envelopes and 13 loose checks.
Parish Debt Reduction collection:
August 16, 2015: $1,532
August 17, 2014: $1,734
No major bills paid last week.
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AUGUST 23, 2015
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Monday
6:30 am
St. Bartholomew, Apostle
John Dudzinski
Requested by Elizabeth & Chester Dudzinski
Florence Migliaccio (4th Anniversary)
Requested by husband, Neil and Family
8 am
Tuesday
6:30 am
8 am
Wednesday
6:30 am
8 am
Thursday
6:30 am
8 am
Friday
6:30 am
8 am
Saturday
8 am
St. Louis; St. Joseph Calasanz, Priest
Linda Halchuk
Requested by Patty Seneko
Joseph Fornari
Requested by Jeanne T. Abel
Anne & Ted Roth
Requested by the Family
George P. Martin
Requested by the Gurecki Family
St. Monica
Concetta Chiliberto & Vincent Chiliberto
Requested by Betty Gilbert
Edith Marie Ambs (Birthday Remembrance)
Requested by William Ambs and
Carolyn & Charles Niesley
St. Augustine, Bishop & Doctor of the Church
Elizabeth M. Scrimshaw
Deceased Members of the Tzipowitz Family
Requested by Leandra Tzipowitz
The Passion of St. John the Baptist
Johanna Mitchell
Requested by the Fischer Family
Sunday, August 30, 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
7 am
Joseph Fornari
Requested by Mary Jankowski & Family
9 am
Elizabeth Roos
Requested by the Roos & Reilly Families
11 am
Ernest Williams, Jr.
Requested by Joan & John Cunningham
The Sanctuary Candle in the Church
burns this week in memory of Gregory
Davenport at the request his mother, Anne
Albright.
The Sanctuary Candle in the Parish Center Chapel burns this week in memory of Paul
Spotts, at the request of Mary Ann Major.
2016 dates for Sanctuary Candle intentions will become
available in September. Check future bulletins for information.
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Please pray for the sick who carry
the cross of illness especially:
Daniel Abaldo, Florence Alles, Sister Ann Teresa, RA, Lydia Brinker, Joe Burns, Charles Cressman,
Helen Daly, Bernadette Donnelly,
Hugh Donnelly, Robert Eckler,
Sister Joseph Fillenwarth, S.P., Patricia Hendricks, Helen Jagger, Denis Kepler, Dorothy Leueke, Ann Loeffler, Stanley Meade, Margaret
Mindell, John Mogensen, Barbara Mullin, Noreen
Mullin, Jay Murphy, Chet Niece, James O’Neill,
Phyllis Owoc, Frank Rieg, Pauline Sabia, Lucille Salerno, Patty Scatena, John Shane, Ken Tucker,
Thomas Van Bell, Margaret Varzaly, Amy Woodruff, Karen Yannacone, Frank Yevak, Isabella Grace
Yourke, Bill Yourl.
If you wish to place a particular family member or
friend on the Bulletin list for a period of three weeks,
please call Maureen Fillenwarth or Karen Smith at
the Parish Center, 215.855.3133. If you wish to
place a name on our Prayer Line, contact Meg
Szewczak at 215.997.8386 or [email protected],
or Karen Smith at the Parish Center.
DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET FOR THE SICK AND DYING
Tell souls not to place within their own hearts obstacles to My mercy, which so greatly wants to act within them. My mercy works in all those hearts which
open their doors to it. Both the sinner and the righteous person have need of My mercy. Conversion, as
well as perseverance, is a grace of My mercy.
(Diary of St. Faustina #1577)
The Divine Mercy Cenacle’s work of mercy is to
pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for the sick and
dying. If you would like the cenacle to pray the chaplet for a loved one or friend who is sick or dying
please contact Pat Shovlin at 215.896.0871 or Eileen
McKeron at 215.527.0269. Members (2) of the cenacle are available to come and pray at the bedside of
your loved one.
WEDDINGS
We extend our best wishes and promise of
prayers to St. Stanislaus parishioners who
are preparing for marriage, especially:
Jaclyn Callahan & Michael Ryan
Christine Pierce & Lorenzo Mejia
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THE TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
St. Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel
“I am the light of the world; he who follows me will
not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” - John 8:12
Come spend an hour with Jesus.
Hours of Need
Friday, 8 am and 10 pm
Saturday, 6 pm
These are IMMEDIATE URGENT NEEDS;
no one is currently scheduled for these hours.
Please call Sue Gillen if you can help.
We are always in need of committed adorers and
substitutes. For more information contact Sue Gillen
at 215.362.8643 or [email protected]
Are you looking for a way to get involved in parish life?
 Do you enjoy singing?
 Do you like meeting new people?
 Do you want to deepen your faith?
 Do you want to learn more about the liturgy?
Why not join the parish choir?! The adult choir will
begin rehearsals on Thursday, September 10. Practices are Thursdays from 7:30 pm to 9 pm in
church. At this time we are in need of young adults,
older adults, singles and couples to fill voice parts!!!
If you have ever considered joining the choir, please
contact Mary Gaus at 215.368.3892 or email
[email protected] Feel free to come and speak
with Mary in the choir loft after the 9 am Mass on
Sundays.
St. Augustine once said,"Cantare amantis est,"
which translates: Singing belongs to one who loves.
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GIFT (GROWING IN FAITH TOGETHER)
September 8 at 7 pm, Lobby Meeting Room
We are pleased begin our new GIFT season by welcoming our own parishioner, Frank Carney, who
will share the spiritually-powerful story of St. Padre
Pio in his presentation, “50 years of Angels and Roses”. Frank has been actively involved in the National
Centre for Padre Pio in Barto, PA for many years.
With the feast day of St. Pio on September 23, this
presentation is quite timely and will offer some remarkable insights into the life of this “Modern Apostle”. All are welcome! Light refreshments will follow.
*** Save the Date! ***
Our Parish Day of Prayer
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Please mark your calendars! As we draw
to the end of our Parish celebration of
the 50th Anniversary of our present
church building, we will have a day of
prayer in gratitude to our loving and
generous God. So please plan to join us in
Church, on Saturday, October 24th for:
 Morning Prayer at 8:45 am, right after 8 am Mass and Novena
 Rosary at Noon
 Evening Prayer at 4:30 pm, right before 5:15 pm Mass
SUPPORT GROUP FOR THE DIVORCED
This 12 week program sponsored by Corpus Christi
Church will bring healing and hope to divorced and
separated Catholics. The weekly DVD presentations
guide participants from pain and loneliness to hope
and healing. Pre-registration and pre-payment are
necessary. Please note that no registrations will be
accepted after the first session. Sessions take place on
Thursdays beginning September 3 from 7 pm to 8:30
pm in the Corpus Christi Parish Center. The cost is
$25. Please register at corpuschr[email protected]
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AUGUST 23, 2015
Mater Dei Matters
“It’s What’s Inside That Matters”
For information on Mater Dei Catholic School call
215.368.0995, email [email protected] or visit
www.materdeicatholic.com.
STILL HAVEN’T REGISTERED?
Although our preschool classes are filled, Mater Dei still has some spaces available in Kindergarten and grades
above. We are open and would love you to visit! Call Grace Samanns in the Advancement Office at 215.368.9787
or email her at [email protected] to schedule your visit today!
CALLING ALL ALUMNI!
The Mater Dei Advancement Office has been building an alumni database of its legacy schools. Alumni from the
classes of 1942 and above have already contacted us. Please help us to honor the past, celebrate the present and
build the future by letting us know if you are a graduate of St. Maria Goretti, St. Rose or St. Stanislaus. Please
email Grace Samanns in the Advancement Office at [email protected] and provide your name,
legacy school, graduation year, occupation, current address, phone and email. We would love to hear from you!
Mater Dei Employment Opportunity: School Lunch Cashier
North Penn School District is seeking interested candidates to cashier for the school lunch program at
Mater Dei Catholic School. The position is Monday-Friday from 11:45 am to 1:45 pm. There is a
job sharing opportunity as well. The hourly rate is $12.05. Interested candidates should apply at the
North Penn School District Educational Services Center at 401 East Hancock Street in Lansdale, in
the School Nutrition Services department. You may contact Lisa Smolinsky at 215.853.1080 for
more information or for an application.
Coordinator of Religious Education (PREP): Mrs. Leona Russell
Office Phone Number: 215.855.9893; Email: [email protected]
Welcome letters to all registered PREP and SSLP families were sent out in a bulk mailing on August 19. The welcome packet includes letters from the program coordinator and your child’s
teacher and the calendar for the year. If your letter does not arrive by the end of August, please
contact the Religious Education office. A follow-up email will also be sent out this week.
Only 17 days until the first day of PREP on Wednesday, and 21 days until the first Sunday class! If
you haven’t yet registered your child, please do so today! Forms are available in the Parish Center and
the Religious Education Office, and on the Parish website. Please return your completed form in person or via postal mail. We welcome your call or visit if you have questions or need to discuss any special circumstances. Grades K through 12 are available on Wednesday evenings and Pre-K and 8 are
offered on Sunday mornings.
Children must complete the 1st grade level prior to entering 2nd grade (when they will be preparing to receive the
Sacraments of Reconciliation and First Holy Communion).
*You must be registered in the parish to register your child for religious education. Please contact the Parish Center
if you are not yet registered in the parish.
No registrations will be taken at the PREP sessions on the first day. To ensure that your child is assigned to a classroom for the first day, please complete your registration ASAP! Classes begin September 9 (Wednesday PREP) and
September 13 (Sunday PREP/SSLP).
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THE TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
WHAT IS THE R.C.I.A.? MORE THAN YOU THOUGHT!
Do you know anybody who is attracted to Catholicism or has been seeking answers to the restlessness in their
heart, grappling with the most important questions like, “why am I here?” and “what is the purpose of my
life?” Are you a non-Catholic spouse or friend of a Catholic and have ever considered becoming Catholic?
Were you baptized or received First Holy Communion but never Confirmed? The R.C.I.A. (Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults) addresses the fundamental questions that arise from the human experience while providing
an introduction to the Catholic faith for persons inquiring about or desiring to become Catholic. The course
may also serve as instruction and formation in the faith for adult Catholics who lack any of the sacraments.
The course is less about doctrine or catechism and more about learning to grow in friendship with Christ
through reading of Sacred Scripture, participation in the Mass as a personal encounter with Christ, and a
shared journey within the community of the Church. Sessions take place Wednesday evenings at the Parish
Center from 7:30 to 9 pm beginning September 2nd and extending through the Easter season. Questions or
inquiries can be directed to Fr. Forlano at 215.855.3133, ext. 111 or at [email protected]
R.C.I.A. “Team Members” wanted!
The model that Jesus gave us for passing on the faith - our relationship with Him - is not through the
Catechism and a set of moral norms, but by “sharing life” with others. Jesus didn’t say, “read this” or
“learn this” but “Come and see” and “follow me” (John 1: 39, 43). The disciples came to discover the
meaning of their lives and that Jesus was the Savior through the experience of their friendship with
Him and by staying with Him even when they didn’t understand what Jesus was saying. Jesus continues to attract and form disciples through this same method today through His mystical body, the
Church. What is needed are not teachers but witnesses - people who demonstrate by their “way” of life
that their relationship with Christ is what gives life, all of life, “life” - fullness, meaning, purpose, and
direction. If you are interested in journeying with those who have become awakened by an encounter
with Christ or are seeking a way, for yourself, to be renewed in your own relationship with the Lord
and to see Him alive in the Church, please consider joining the R.C.I.A. “Team”. Please contact Fr.
Forlano at 215.855.3133, ext. 111 or at [email protected] for more information.
SENIOR CLUB
Senior Club meetings will resume in September.
Trips: Call Rosemary at 215.368.4645 for information and/or reservations.
Tuesday, September 15, Hunterdon Hills Playhouse
for the play “Social Security.” The bus leaves the
parking lot at 9:15 am. Wait list only.
Thursday, October 1, Mohegan Sun Casino, Wilkes
Barre, PA. Wait list only.
October 13-16, Cape Cod, Provincetown, Plymouth
for 4 days/3 nights. The cost is $430/pp double occupancy and includes 3 full breakfasts & dinners,
baggage handling, taxes, tips. Call for brochure.
Tuesday, November 17, Rockvale Outlets & Rainbow Comedy Dinner Theater. The bus leaves the
Church parking lot at 8:15 am. Wait List only.
Enjoy your summer...Charismatic Prayer
Meetings will begin again in September.
Check future bulletins for dates.
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PIUS IX
COUNCIL MONTHLY BREAKFAST
On Sunday August 23 from 8 am to
noon, the K of C will host their monthly
breakfast, an All You Can Eat buffet including made
to order omelets as well as a selection of hot and cold
entrees. $9 for adults, $8 for Seniors, $6 for children
ages 5 to 12. Active Duty Fire, Police, Military and
children under 5 eat free! The hall is located at 258
West 8th Street in Lansdale, on the corner of 8th
Street and Kenilworth Ave. Call 215.368.3044 or
visit www.koc4396.org for more information.
STUMP THE PRIEST PHILLY
Catholic young adults ages 21 to 35 are invited to a
Q and A session with a panel of priests on August 26
at the Field House, 1150 Filbert Street in Philadelphia. A panel of priests will respond to questions from
the crowd, focusing on the topic of social justice.
Submit questions anonymously to [email protected] Doors open at 7 pm; questions begin at 7:30 pm. There is no cover charge.
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As you know, the cardboard Pope Francis is “visiting” all the vestibule doors in anticipation of his Philadelphia visit for the close of the WMOF. Beside him is a box for offerings
to assist the work of the WMOF Office at the Archdiocese. Feel free to take a cell phone
pic with the image! We received the following letters in gratitude for our 1st remittance.
From Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.:
Dear Msgr. Tracy,
With heartfelt appreciation I thank you for St. Stanislaus’ generous gift of $145.25 to the World Meeting of
Families - Philadelphia 2015. The strengthening of the family is vitally important to the Church and society.
The World Meeting of Families will have a great, positive effect on our entire population in and around Philadelphia, expanding beyond the borders of our Catholic Church community. The event will welcome all to realize that we are one family, and that, as family, we will grow together through service and in realizing our potential as servants of Christ. Your donation will help bring the message of charity and love to many. Thank you
for being a part of this great event in our city’s and the Church’s history. May the Lord continue to bless you
and your parishioners.
From Donna Crilley Farrell, Executive Director, World Meeting of Families:
Dear Msgr. Tracy,
With heartfelt thanks, we wish to acknowledge St. Stanislaus’ gift of $145.25 to the World Meeting of Families
- Philadelphia 2015...The World Meeting of Families is not just a gift to local Catholics, but also to the global
community as it seeks to strengthen the sacred bonds of family throughout the world. Your gift is truly appreciated, and the impact of your support will be seen throughout the Church of Philadelphia and beyond.
NEEDED!!!
Ushers, Adorers and Greeters
We are in need of ushers and greeters for the WMOF Congress Masses & Confessions (September 22-25) and
the Papal Mass on Sunday, September 27 on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. We also need volunteers to sign
up to adore Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament during WMOF Week in two locations (Convention Center Room
108 & the Cathedral). You can learn more and volunteer as an usher, adorer or greeter at: http://
www.worldmeeting2015.org/greeters
Nurse Volunteers
The World Meeting of Families Health Resources Committee is seeking nurse volunteers (RN’s) to provide
Health Information and Referral Services for WMOF pilgrims and visitors who have healthcare challenges
and needs. Each nurse volunteer will be assigned to a 4 hour telephone hotline shift or a 4.5 hour shift on-site
at the PA Convention Center. There will be multiple nurses present for each shift to ensure adequate support
to meet our visitors' needs. If you are interested in participating in this historical event, please contact Kathy
Reavy, Division Director, BAYADA Home Health Care, telephone: 877.291.3000 or [email protected]
VATICAN SPLENDORS: A JOURNEY THROUGH FAITH AND ART
The Franklin Institute will host Vatican Splendors: A Journey Through Faith and Art from September 19, 2015 to
February 15, 2016. Experience 2,000 years of Vatican history! See over 200 works of art and historically significant
objects including a brick from Saint Paul’s tomb, gold statues of Saints Peter, Paul, John, and Andrew, Michelangelo’s caliper, and more. The Vatican has served as a repository for historical objects such as reliquaries, maps, documents, vestments, and liturgical items, as well as cultural objects from around the world - all presented in this exhibition. From the sights and sounds of the grand Basilica to a touchable cast of Saint John Paul II’s hand, the exhibition is a multi-sensory experience that leads you on a journey through the ages of artistic expression and religious
iconography. Interested in attending as a parish group? Adult ticket price is $24.95 and includes museum and exhibition admission. Please call the Parish Center and leave your contact information (name, phone or email, best day
of the week to attend) with the receptionist.
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THE TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
WORLD WIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Good marriages don’t happen by accident. You can
build a better relationship by taking time to reconnect with each other on a Marriage Encounter
Weekend. Rediscover the joy in your marriage as
you improve communication and get to know each
other at a deeper level. The next Weekend in this
area is November 20-22 at Our Lady of
Czestochowa in Doylestown. Early registration is
highly recommended. For more information visit our
website at: www.wwme-philly.org. You can also contact Al & Mary Liz Heumann at [email protected] or call 610.449.1859.
CELEBRATION OF HISPANIC HERITAGE
The Office for Hispanic Catholics together with the
Vicar for Cultural Ministries invites all to the tenth
celebration in recognition of Hispanic Heritage, on
Saturday, August 29 at Holy Innocents Parish, 1337
E. Hunting Park Avenue in Philadelphia. The celebration will begin at 8:30 am with a day of reflection
followed by a procession at 2 pm and the Hispanic
Heritage Mass at 2:30 pm. All are welcome to this
important Catholic celebration of faith and culture of
our Archdiocesan Hispanic Catholic community.
CORPUS CHRIST ALUMNI REUNION
Alumni are invited to an all class reunion celebrating
50 years of Corpus Christi school on Saturday, September 19. Cocktail hour following 4:30 pm Mass; 7
pm dinner in the gym. Enjoy music by DJ Jimmy
Mirynowski (‘05). The cost is $30 per person and includes beer, wine and set ups. Must be 21; ID required. For tickets, send a check payable to Corpus
Christi to: Corpus Christi Parish, Attn: Alumni Reunion, 900 Sumneytown Pike, Lansdale, PA 19446.
Include your year of graduation and an e-mail address for confirmation receipt. Questions? Please email [email protected]
CHARISMATIC CONFERENCE
Extend your summer and expand your joy by attending the 27th annual Charismatic Conference held in
the Wildwood NJ Convention Center October 9 to
11, 2015. Go to www.camdencharismatic.com or call
609.522.5010 for more information and a registration form. There are youth tracks, dynamic music,
and nationally known speakers including Dr. Mary
Healy, Father John Campoli, and Kathleen McCarthy. This is a weekend you don't want to miss.
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MARRIAGE RETREAT
Come celebrate your marriage at a special retreat a
few blocks from the beach in Cape May Point, NJ.
This weekend at the Marianist Family Retreat Center is intended for couples married at least 10 years.
It honors and celebrates the commitment of marriage. The retreat includes Mass, prayer, small group
discussions, reflection, relaxation, socials, fun, and
plenty of couple time. The weekend is September 1820. The cost is $260 per couple and includes accommodations and all meals. Please call 609.884.3829 for
information or email [email protected]
o r v i s i t t h e re t r e a t ho u s e w e b s i t e ,
www.capemaymarianists.org. You can also call the
local area coordinating couple, Tony and Sharon
Bellitto at 610.222.4548.
TOUR OF THE MAJOR RELICS OF
SAINT MARIA GORETTI
In March, Pope Francis proclaimed a Holy
Year of Mercy beginning this December 8, 2015 and
continuing to November 20, 2016. To mark the solemn occasion of this Jubilee Year, the Vatican, in
conjunction with the Congregation of the Causes of
Saints has announced the extraordinary pilgrimage
of the bodily remains of Saint Maria Goretti. The
glass and gold reliquary containing her body will
leave her shrine in Nettuno, Italy and begin the Pilgrimage of Mercy Tour in the United States this
September. This is the first time that Saint Maria
Goretti's body will travel to the United States and
only the second time that she has left Italy.
Saint Maria Goretti Church in Hatfield will
be the second stop on the tour and will host the body
of our parish patroness and our "Little Saint of Great
Mercy" on Tuesday, September 22. Public veneration will begin at Noon. Solemn Mass in honor of
Saint Maria Goretti will be celebrated at 7 pm.
When Mass concludes, public veneration will continue until 11 pm. On Wednesday and Thursday of
that week, Saint Maria’s relics will travel to the Saint
Rita Shrine and Saint John the Evangelist Church in
Philadelphia so that those attending the World
Meeting of Families may venerate her as well. Visit
www.MariaGoretti.com for more information.
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AUGUST 23, 2015
XXI DOMINGO ORDINARIO – 23 DE AGOSTO DE 2015
Señor, ¿a quién iremos? Tú tienes palabras de vida eterna
Intención de la misa: El descanso eterno de Luis Salazar. (Para ofrecer una misa por una intención anunciada, hable con el
Padre Forlano)
Primera Lectura: Jos 24, 1-2a. 15-17. 18b
Segunda Lectura: Efesios 5, 21-32
Lecturas del Domingo
Salmo Responsorial: 33 Haz la prueba y verás qué bueno es el Señor.
Evangelio: Juan 6, 55. 60-69
Meditación del Papa Benedicto XVI
"¿También vosotros queréis marcharos?" Esta pregunta provocadora no se
dirige sólo a los que entonces escuchaban sino que alcanza a los creyentes
y a los hombres de todas las épocas. También hoy muchos se escandalizan
ante la paradoja de la fe cristiana. La enseñanza de Jesús parece "dura",
demasiado difícil de acoger y de practicar. Entonces hay quien rechaza y
abandona a Cristo; hay quien trata de adaptar su palabra a las modas
desvirtuando su sentido y valor. "¿También vosotros queréis marcharos?".
Esta inquietante provocación resuena en el corazón y espera de cada uno
una respuesta personal. Jesús, de hecho, no se contenta con una pertenencia superficial y formal, no le basta una primera adhesión entusiasta; es
necesario, por el contrario, participar durante toda la vida en su pensar y
querer. Seguirle llena el corazón de alegría y dan sentido pleno a nuestra
existencia, pero comporta dificultades y renuncias, pues con mucha
frecuencia hay que ir contra la corriente. (Benedicto XVI, 23 de agosto de
2009).
Reflexión
Hay que desconfiar de los que venden la felicidad a bajo precio, como
sospechamos cuando en el mercado nos brindan la fruta o el pescado casi
regalados, seguros de que están podridos o rancios. Ninguna felicidad
verdadera es barata.
La felicidad que Cristo nos ofrece es tan luminosa y clara que mucha gente
no la ve. Muchos la confunden con estrellas del antojo e ilusiones superficiales y endebles. Pero, claro, cuando a veces esta felicidad verdadera se
oculta, se acobardan, se alejan, se amedrentan y como muchos de los
discípulos no admiten y ven como inadmisibles las palabras de Jesús.
¿Por qué? Porque eran unos discípulos que buscaban la felicidad barata de
los milagros, de los panes y peces gratis, que buscaban y estaban con Jesús
mientras no se presentaba ninguna cuesta arriba.
Todas las aventuras con Cristo son calvarios, cuestan. Pero el que se embarque con Él será verdaderamente feliz aunque no vivirá despreocupado
y comodón. Habrá cosas que ignorará y no comprenderá, pero quien
persevera hasta el final se salvará. Será verdadera y eternamente feliz.
Fuente: José Noé Patiño, http://es.catholic.net/
ACTIVIDADES Y FORMACIÓN EN LA FE
“La Virgen Peregrina.” Un retablo de la Virgen de Guadalupe está
viajando por los hogares de la comunidad. Es una oportunidad maravillosa para acercarnos a ella en familia. Para registrar su familia por una
semana, llamar a Nelis Galo, (267) 498-8979.
Grupo de Oración se reúne todos los martes a las 7:00 PM en la capilla
en el centro parroquial. Para más información, favor de contactar a
Carlos Zuluaga, (954) 309-1771.
En Preparación Para La Visita del Papa Francisco
Celebración de las Familias Hispanas
Día de Reflexión: El amor es nuestra misión.
Predicador: Rev. Domingo Rodríguez, S.T.
Sábado, 29 de Agosto del 2015
8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Donación: $5 (almuerzo incluido)
Tendremos: predicaciones, oración por las familias,
concierto y animación.
Misa de la Herencia Hispana
Procesión - 2:00 p.m. Misa - 2:30
Celebrante: Rev. Bruce Lewandowski, C.Ss.R
Parroquia Santos Inocentes
1337 E. Hunting Park Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19124
Para más información contactar al 215-667-2820 o
[email protected]
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Por favor, rueguen por los enfermos. Abel Alarcón, José Morales, Maria Rivera, Juan Rivera, Carmen Tavera, Víctor Alarcón, Magdalena
Mendoza, Ramón Valdivia, Nora Cuartas, Carlos Lopez, León Guerra, Manuel Lastra, Bertha Belmont, Hernán Darío Murillo, Emma
Pedroza, Nick Dion. Escriba los nombres en la hoja de peticiones
antes de la misa, y aquí se incluirán en el boletín la semana que viene.
Favor de informar al Padre Forlano si se mejoran o fallecen para actualizar esta lista.
LOS SACRAMENTOS
Bautismos – Clases bautismales serán el primer Domingo de cada mes después
de la misa. La próxima clase bautismal es el 6 de septiembre después de la
misa. Inscríbase por anticipado con el Padre Forlano. Todos los que necesitan
bautizar a un niño o una niña o quieren ser padrino o madrina deben asistir.
Normalmente, se celebran los bautismos durante la misa del segundo y cuarto
Domingo del mes. Para ser padrino/madrina o recibir una carta de elegibilidad, una persona tiene que ser: 1) Un Católico practicante con un mínimo
de 16 años de edad y haya recibido todos los sacramentos de iniciación - bautismo, confirmación, y comunión. 2) Registrado en la parroquia o bien conocido
en la comunidad de la Iglesia. 3) Casado por la iglesia católica o soltero sin vivir
en unión libre. 4) Hay que asistir a la Misa. 5) Deben tener sus propios hijos
confirmados si tienen la edad.
El Sacramento de Reconciliación - se ofrece los sábados a las 8:30 a.m. y 4:00
p.m. y los domingos a las 12:30 - 12:50 p.m. o por cita con Padre Forlano o
Padre Miguel.
El Matrimonio – Hable con Padre Forlano más que 6 meses antes de la fecha
anticipada. Un clase de preparación - "Pre-Cana" es un requisito antes de
casarse. El Instituto Católico Móvil ofrece el taller "Pre-Caná" varias veces
durante el año en la Parroquia de San Martin de Tours, Roosevelt Blvd. &
Cheltenham Ave., Filadelfia. Para inscribirse o informarse (215) 6672820/2824 o [email protected] o [email protected]
R.I.C.A. – Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para los Adultos – los adultos nocatólicos que quieren convertirse a ser católicos deben participar en este programa de formación en la fe católica. Los adultos católicos que les faltan los
sacramentos de confirmación o comunión están invitados a participar en este
curso también para instrucción y formación en preparación para recibir los
sacramentos. Empezando el 13 de septiembre, nos reunimos el segundo y cuarto domingo del mes después de la misa. Hable con Padre Forlano.
Educación Religiosa para Los Niños Todos los niños que son estudiantes en la
escuela pública y no han recibido el sacramento de Confirmación necesitan
registrarse en el programa de educación religiosa para continuar su formación
en la fe católica. Cada parroquia ofrece un programa de educación religiosa
continua desde el primer nivel hasta el octavo. La directora de educación religi-
osa de San Estanislao, Sra. Leona Russell, estará presente el 23 de agosto
después de la misa para ayudar con el registro para el programa de este
año. Cada año, cada estudiante necesita registrarse otra vez para la próxima
clase. Para más información o ayuda con el registro, favor contactar a Diana
Zuluaga: 954-296-1420 o [email protected] Para una cita con
Leona Russell, contáctela, 215-855-9893 o [email protected]
¿Cómo le devolveré al Señor todo el bien que me ha hecho?
(Salmo 116:2)
8/16/15 – Colecta: $470.50 Asistentes::125
Gracias por su generosidad y que Dios les bendiga.
Para un consejo o una cita, hable con Padre Forlano o Padre Miguel
después de la misa o puede contactarlos a 215-855-3133 ext. 111 (P.
Forlano) o ext. 101 (P. Miguel) al Centro Parroquial de San Estanislao.
También, se puede comunicar con Padre Forlano por correo electrónico: [email protected] o con Padre Miguel:
[email protected] .
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