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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time Issue 1 Mass Times 3 News & Events 4 Calendar 6 All Souls Catholic School News 7 Youth Ministry and Faith Formation News 9 Readings & Intentions A Community Centered In Christ, Nurtured by the Sacraments & Teachings of the Church; Committed to Excellence In Education, Living A Life of Service, Leadership, and Compassion. He summoned the crowd with his disciples and said to them, Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me. For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake and that of the gospel will save it. - Mk 8:34 - 35

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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time I s s u e
1 Mass Times
Readings & Intentions
A Community Centered In Christ, Nurtured by the Sacraments & Teachings of the Church; Committed to Excellence In Education, Living A Life of Service, Leadership, and Compassion.
He summoned the crowd with his disciples and said to them, “Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me. For whoever wishes to save his
life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake and that of the gospel will save it. - Mk 8:34-35
Our identity is one of the most important qualities
about ourselves – who we are, where we come
from, and where we are going. When we lose sight
of our sense of self or place in the world, we often
go through an “identity crisis”. In those moments,
we find ourselves asking: Who am I? How we an-
swer that can heal our past, define our present, and
redirect our future. Today, let us reflect on the important
themes of IDENTITY and MISSION in our Sunday Gospel.
Jesus knew his identity and mission as the Suffering Servant
prophesied in Isaiah, but the crowds who followed often mis-
understood or even rejected him. For this reason, Jesus asked
his disciples: "Who do you say that I am?" Once again, Peter
professes his faith: “You are the Christ.” Jesus not only affirms
this but also teaches them about discipleship: “Whoever wishes
to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow
me.” To his listeners, the cross evoked a chilling image of Ro-
man execution, unlike the way we see the cross today. Jesus
gives us the same criteria for discipleship. Are we willing to
follow him, knowing what is asked of us?
When we find ourselves searching for an identity and pur-
pose, let us remember who Jesus is and what he has done for
us on the Cross. We are called to live out and share the Good
News despite trials and persecution. “Whoever loses his life for
my sake and that of the gospel will save it.” Like Peter, many of
us want to follow Jesus but are afraid of suffering. We want
the crown of life but fear martyrdom. May the Lord reassure
us and free us from our fears. May the Holy Spirit transform
our faith into works for the good of our brothers and sisters
in need.
Are we ready to renew our mission, pick up our
cross and follow Jesus? When we are misunderstood
or ridiculed for our faith, can we trust in the promis-
es of Christ?
Fr. David Vivero
Nuestra identidad es una de las cualidades más im-
portantes de nosotros mismos: quiénes somos, de
dónde venimos y hacia dónde vamos. Cuando perde-
mos de vista nuestro sentido de identidad o lugar en el
mundo, a menudo pasamos por una "crisis de iden-
tidad". En esos momentos, nos preguntamos: ¿Quién
soy yo? La forma en que respondemos puede sanar
nuestro pasado, definir nuestro presente y redirigir nuestro fu-
turo. Hoy, reflexionemos sobre los temas importantes de IDEN-
TIDAD y MISIÓN en nuestro Evangelio dominical.
Jesús conocía su identidad y misión como el Siervo sufriente
profetizado en Isaías, pero las multitudes que lo seguían a
menudo lo malinterpretaban o incluso lo rechazaban. Por eso
Jesús preguntó a sus discípulos: "¿Quién decís que soy?" Una vez
más, Pedro profesa su fe: "Tú eres el Cristo". Jesús no solo afirma
esto, sino que también les enseña sobre el discipulado: "El que
quiera venir en pos de mí, debe negarse a sí mismo, tomar su
cruz y seguirme". Para sus oyentes, la cruz evocaba una imagen
escalofriante de ejecución romana, a diferencia de la forma en
que vemos la cruz hoy. Jesús nos da los mismos criterios para el
discipulado. ¿Estamos dispuestos a seguirlo, sabiendo lo que se
nos pide?
Cuando nos encontremos buscando una identidad y un
propósito, recordemos quién es Jesús y qué ha hecho por no-
sotros en la Cruz. Estamos llamados a vivir y compartir las
Buenas Nuevas a pesar de las pruebas y la persecución. "El que
pierda su vida por mi causa y la del evangelio, la salvará". Como
Pedro, muchos de nosotros queremos seguir a Jesús pero tene-
mos miedo al sufrimiento. Queremos la corona de la vida pero
tememos al martirio. Que el Señor nos tranquilice y nos libere de
nuestros miedos. Que el Espíritu Santo transforme nuestra fe en
obras para el bien de nuestros hermanos y hermanas necesita-
por nuestra fe, ¿podemos confiar en las promesas de Cristo?
P. David Vivero
Church Location:
3280 W. 1st St. (SR #46), Sanford, FL 32771 Vigil Mass: (Sat) 4:00pm and 6:00pm
Sunday Masses: 8:00am & 10:00am (English),
12:00pm (Spanish)
Chapel Location:
800 S. Oak Ave., Sanford, FL 32771 Mon.-Sat. Daily Mass: 8:30am
Confession: (Sat) 1:30-2:30 pm
Grandparents and grandchildren share a special relationship. To help you celebrate this holiday, here are a few ideas for making this day a special time for your family.
1) Pray Together Use symbols such as candles, water, seeds, and the cross.
2) Make a Photograph Craft Grandparents love photographs of their favorite kids, so incorporate pictures into a project.
3) Interview Grandparents Times have changed since grandparents were young, and kids will be fascinated to find out what life was like when grandma and grandpa were growing up.
4) Perform a Song A performance dedicated to your grandparents will be a special memory. Sing a song for grandma and grandpa, or send an audio or video recording.
5) Bake a Treat Adult relatives can help kids bake muffins or cookies for their grandparents.
6) Offer Thoughtful Services Grandparents do many things for their grandchildren, so the kids can use their own abilities to reciprocate.
7) Record Your Family’s History Family trees, scrapbooks and personal anecdotes gathered from various relatives can all be special keepsakes.
8) Hold a Sleepover Adults can “step up and offer to coordinate a sleepover” for the grandkids at the grandparents’ house.
9) Send a Homemade Card A card is a loving gift for grandparents both near and far, especially if it’s handcrafted. Or, “Make a homemade puzzle card.
10) Cook a Meal “The kids can organize planning, preparing and serving a meal to grandma and grandpa".
No matter what you decide to do in honor of National Grandparents Day, if it’s done with love, it will be special to grandma and grandpa.
All Are Welcome Here If you are alienated or upset, we welcome you lovingly. If you are in
need of forgiveness, Jesus forgives you completely—with unconditional love. If you have been hurt by the Church, we are truly sorry. If you are angry, Jesus offers you peace. If life has become burdensome, we are here to support you. We are happy you are here and want you to stay. We would like to share our lives with you. Come join us each week so we can worship God together.
All Souls Loves Visitors! We accept anyone who wants to share in the life of the parish regardless of where they live. Please register as an affirmation of your wish to share in the community life of All Souls. Registration cards may be found in the narthex of the church or chapel, the parish office during the week, or online at our parish website: allsoulssanford.org. Why not sign up today? We love new members!
Register Today at: www.allsoulssanford.org/parish- registration
“How do we involve lay people in service to the
communities in need Florida through the Church?”
Catholic Volunteers in Florida is the answer to
that question. Originally known as the
Augustinian Volunteers, the organization was
founded by Fr. Patrick O’Neill, in 1983.
1) The interest among people (particularly Catholic
laity) to give service to the community, live out our
faith and promote Catholic Social Teachings.
2) The expanding need for human services
throughout the state of Florida due to growing
population, growing migrant labor force, and
budget cuts.
learn the true importance of giving back to the
community. Call CVIF for more: 407.426.7771
Ada Reneau
Grupo de Oración El Grupo de Oración "Jesús, Maria y Jose" te invita
todos los lunes a las 7:15 PM a la Capilla Histórica.
Comenzamos con el Santo Rosario, música, canto,
oraciones , lectura de la palabra de Dios y reflex-
ión. Únanse a nosotros
invitan a presentar tus
situaciones y tu amor
pera, Jesús. Cele-
All Souls
Historic Chapel
Brought to Constantinople after a dozen years of priestly service in Syria, John found himself the
reluctant victim of an imperial ruse to make him bishop in the greatest city of the empire. Ascetic, unimposing but dignified, and troubled by stomach ailments from his desert days as a monk, John became a bishop under the cloud of imperial politics. If his body was weak, his tongue was powerful. The content of his sermons, his exegesis of Scripture, were never without a point. Sometimes the point stung the high and mighty. Some sermons lasted up to two hours. His zeal led him to decisive action. Bishops who bribed their way into office were deposed. Many of his sermons called for concrete steps to share wealth with the poor. The rich did not appreciate hearing from John that private property existed because of Adam’s fall from grace any more than married men liked to hear that they were bound to marital fidelity just as much as their wives were. When it came to justice and charity, John acknowledged no double standards. Aloof, energetic, outspoken, especially when he became excited in the pulpit, John was a sure target for criticism and personal trouble. His ac- tions taken against unworthy bishops in Asia Minor were viewed by oth- er ecclesiastics as a greedy, uncanonical extension of his authority. Theophilus, archbishop of Alexandria, and Empress Eudoxia were deter- mined to discredit John. Theophilus feared the growth in importance of the Bishop of Constantinople and took occasion to charge John with fos- tering heresy. Theophilus and other angered bishops were supported by Eudoxia. The empress resented his sermons contrasting gospel values with the excesses of imperial court life, and she finally did manage to have John exiled. He died in exile in 407.
T Saint John Chrysostom
We often see the letters “IHS” emblazoned on vari- ous objects in our churches and homes. What do these letters stand for?
IHS is a Christogram, that is, it’s an abbreviation for the Holy Name of Jesus. In the early centuries of the Church, writers would contract the Holy Name by using the first two letters or the first and last letters. I (iota) and H (eta) are the first two letters of the name Jesus in Greek. In the Christogram “IHS,” the third letter, S (sigma), has been added.
St. Bernardine of Siena, a Franciscan priest, employed the IHS symbol as a way to calm sectarian strife, encouraging his listeners to replace the fac- tional symbols on their homes, churches, and buildings with IHS. When he preached, he kept before him a tablet emblazoned with this Christo- gram, one that had sunrays bursting forth from the holy letters.
St. Bernardine’s devotion to the Holy Name and his promotion of the IHS Christogram played a major role in reviving the Faith in 15th-century Italy.
You can continue St. Bernardine’s mission by proudly displaying the IHS symbol in your home or workplace. (Article reprinted from the Catholic Company)
(c. 349 - September 14, 407)
Celebrate The Feast Day of Our Filipino Saints, Sept. 26th! With The Filipino Clergy of The Diocese of Orlando
With joy and devotion, please join us in for this celebration, spon-
sored by the Filipino Ministry of the Diocese of Orlando. Parish
ministries and devotional groups are invited to bring their banners
for the beautiful procession at the church. Fellowship follows im-
mediately after Mass.
Reverend Archie Faustino will be the celebrant, joined by the Fili-
pino clergy of the Diocese. Event Coordinator: Fr. Ramon Bolatete,.
Date/Time: Location:
4th Sunday of 3280 W. 1st Street (SR#46)
Ordinary Time, 3:00pm Sanford, FL 32771
Canonized by St. Pope John Paul II in Rome on Oct. 18, 1987, St. Lorenzo
Ruiz was martyred during the persecution of Christians in Japan during
the 17th century while on a missionary expedition. A layman with a wife
and three children, he lived out his faith as an active member of his parish
community. In addition to being a patron for laypersons and married people, he is
known for being a saint of the poor because he was a poor sacristan from Binondo,
Manila. He is also a patron saint for artists because he was skilled in calligraphy when
he was employed by the Dominican Fathers. His feast day is Sept. 28.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI canonized St. Pedro Calungsod on World
Mission Sunday in 2012. The saint was martyred April 2, 1672 when he
was 17 — one week before Palm Sunday. He began serving God when he
was 13 as a missionary for the Jesuits. With Jesuit Father Diego Luis de San
Vitores, he traveled to Guam to catechize the native Chamorros. They were
attacked and killed when the village chief learned his baby daughter was
baptized. It is believed St. Pedro could have escaped the attackers but did
not want to leave Father Diego alone. His feast day is April 2.
SUNDAY, September 12 ALL DAY ..... Church 8:00 AM Sunday Mass ....................................... Church 10:00 AM Sunday Mass also online) .................... Church 12:00 PM La Misa (tambien en linea) ....................... Iglesia 2:00 PM Latin Mass ............................................. Chapel
MONDAY, September 13 8:30 AM Mass ...................................................... Chapel 10:00 AM Adult Faith: Forgiven Series .......... Rectory 7:00 PM Adult Faith: Forgiven Series .......... Rectory 7:15 PM Spanish Prayer Group ....................... Chapel
TUESDAY, September 14 8:30 AM Mass ...................................................... Chapel 6:00 PM Prayer Shawl Meeting ............. Parish Office 7:00 PM RCIA w/Fr. Ken ................................... Rectory
WEDNESDAY, September 15 8:30 AM Mass ...................................................... Chapel 6:30 PM Adoration .............................................. Chapel 6:30 PM Adult Bible Study (Eng & Spn) ............. Suite C 6:30 PM Faith Formation (Grades 1-8) ................... ASCS
THURSDAY, September 16 8:30 AM Mass ...................................................... Chapel 6:30 PM Holy League ......................................... Chapel
FRIDAY, September 17 8:30 AM Mass ...................................................... Chapel 9:00 AM Adoration ............................................. Church 6:30 PM Padres y Madres (Holy Hour) ............... Chapel 6:30 PM Spanish Reconciliation....................... Chapel
SATURDAY, September 18 8:30 AM Mass ...................................................... Chapel 2:00 PM Confessions (until 3:00pm) ................... Church 4:00 PM Mass (Eng) ........................................... Church
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In Remembrance of Our Dear, Departed Diocesan Parish Priests Their names and the impact of their lives on our own, remain in our hearts. May they forever rest in God’s love.
NEW Show on
Fr. Chris Alar Living Divine Mercy
Beginning Sept. 8, at 6:30 p.m. (EST), Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, will
host "Living Divine Mercy," a brand new 30-minute program on
the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) and streaming on
ewtn.com. Join him each Wednesday as he and other members of
the Congregation of Marian Fathers present teaching on the
Divine Mercy message and devotion, as well as stories about
Divine Mercy “miracles” in the real lives of Marian Helpers.
Tune in to learn how you can begin living Divine Mercy in a
whole new way!
the United States of America
(AOS-USA) is pleased to
confirm that our two
organizations have formed an
source all of their priests for
cruises and tours through AOS-
The alliance between our two organizations ensures that, by our organizations working together, Catholics sailing on cruises will
have priests ministering to them that are vetted by AOS-USA and
certified as priests in good standing by their respective Competent
Help support our Priest program onboard our cruise lines. Our
responsibility is to vet each Priest that boards any of our over 1000
cruises. So that Catholics can feel comfortable knowing that they can
take their FAITH ON A JOURNEY.
Ministry onboard cruise ships may sound like a great vacation, and it
is...but that's not all it is. It is also a wonderful opportunity for the Catholic priest to encounter and accompany people during a very
special time in their life. Many people on cruise ships are taking a
once in a lifetime cruise. Others are celebrating major events such as
Wedding Anniversaries, Retirement, etc. Still others are traveling
because they've lost a loved one, and are perhaps traveling during the Christmas season because it is too hard to be home without their
loved one at Christmas. Help us continue our efforts to make sure
that Catholics can attend Mass daily on their journey.
For oh so many reasons....the priest is needed and appreciated
onboard ship!
In today’s Gospel
follow me.” The cross
of his members can
evangelize us: the sick,
who bear illness with
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Stewardship Opportunities
Parish Office Volunteers Are you a student, retired, or looking to dust off your job skills? Want to do a little work around the office? All Souls is looking for volunteers to help with the phones, greeting parishioners, and general office duties. Ad- ministrative skills and bi-lingual proficiency are helpful, but not required. Our staff is warm and our hearts are welcoming. Call Us Today! 407-322-3795
Share Your Talents
All Souls is in immediate need of volunteers to help us in our Communications mission. If you have a background in any of the fields listed below, please send us your infor- mation: [email protected]
• Writing and/or Editing • Graphic Design • Market Research/Data Analysis • Photography • Promotions/Events • Social Media Management • Audio / Video Production
• Web Design/Production This is a great opportunity to work with a highly motivated, fun, and focused team of faithful Christians, in bringing Christ to others. Write us Today!
Voluntarios Para la Oficina Parroquial ¿Eres un estudiante, retirado o buscas revivir tus habilidades laborales? ¿Quieres brindar una mano en la oficina de la parroquia? All Souls está buscando voluntarios para ayudar con los teléfo- nos, saludar a los feligreses y realizar las tareas generales de la oficina. Se prefieren personas con habilidades administrativas y competencia bilin- güe. ¡Llámanos hoy al 407-322-3795!
School Advisory Board All Souls Catholic School Advisory Board is seeking new members.
Volunteers with expertise in the following are highly desired, but not required:
• Marketing
• Fundraising
• Grant writing
• Facilities maintenance
Individuals that are passionate about serv- ing their community and supporting Cath- olic Education can contact Christina Kalisz at [email protected] or 407.506.3958 for more information.
We Give Together
Please call us at 407-330-4400.
Confidentiality assured. Is there a neighbor or friend of yours who is in
temporary need because of a loss of a job or an
illness? Please leave a message for the Society
of St. Vincent de Paul… we want to help!
Your donations of clothing, household items,
furniture, and appliances (WE PICK UP LARGE
ITEMS FOR FREE) allow St. Vincent de Paul
Orlando to regularly provide items to people in
need through our Voucher Program. Donate
today! Call our Donation Hotline at
888.986.4483 or schedule via SVDPorlando.org
St. Vincent de Paul Case
Management Report All Souls Conference - August, 2021
Total Number of Families Served: 44 Total Number of Food Orders: 35 valued @ $3,180
Total Number of Clothing Vouchers 1 valued @ $75 Total Number of Families Receiving Financial
Assistance: 25 valued @ $10,463.82
school education for your stu-
dent, we would love to introduce
you to our campus! Please con-
tact our school office and sched-
ule a tour today.
Phone: 407.322.7090
friendly FREE VPK for your child?
All Souls Catholic School is current-
ly enrolling new students! With a
score of 100% on the “readiness
Rate” in Seminole County, our VPK
students are Kindergarten ready!
Phone: 407.322.7090
All Souls Catholic School
The All Souls Catholic School year is off to a fantastic start! We are blessed to
be joined by many wonderful new families who share our school Mission of
service, leadership, and people of compassion while providing rigorous aca-
demic programs in a Catholic environment.
Great Start To The New School Year!
"Luego Jesús llamó a sus discípulos y a toda la gente y les dijo: «El que
quiera seguirme, que renuncie a sí mismo, tome su cruz y me siga. Pues el
que quiera asegurar su vida la perderá, y el que sacrifique su vida (por mí
y) por el Evangelio, la salvará." - Marcos 7,33-34
Sacraments Sacraments
Teens, You Can Understand The Bible! T3: The Teen Timeline. This study series makes the Bible come alive for Catholic teens by unpacking God’s Word in a way they can relate to and understand. T3 teaches teens the Bible by following the fascinating story of Scrip- ture and showing them the “big picture” of salvation history. Your teens will come to see the Bible as a relevant part of their lives. For more information or to register for the study, contact our Youth Minister.
A Life-Changing Experience for
High School Teens You: Life, Love, and the Theology of the Body is a unique program which reveals to teens their val- ue as a person. Filmed on location all over the world, the program features teens as well as re- spected Catholic leaders. It addresses, head on, many of the issues teens are already exposed to via entertainment media, societal pressures, and their own interactions with each other. This pro- gram will give teens the answers and the tools they need to successfully and safely navigate through life. For more information or to register for the study, contact our Youth Minister.
Youth Mentorship Are you interested in bringing our young people closer to Christ? We are looking for adults to serve as youth mentors and small group facilitators. Training and ongoing support provided. You must be a practicing Catholic faithful to the teachings of the Church and have a desire to help young people grow in their relationship with Christ.
Contact For more information on Faith Formation or Youth Ministry, please contact Ms. Llyana Vu. Phone: 407-322-3795 or Email: [email protected]
And The Bible Says...
And He summoned the crowd with his disciples and said to them,
“Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his
cross, and follow me. For whoever wishes to save his life will lose
it, but whoever loses his life for my sake and that of the gospel will
save it. - Mk 8:34-35
Youth Ministry
SAVE THE DATE: A Parent meeting for First Reconciliation will be held on Wednesday, September 29th at 6:30PM in the Historic Chap- el. At least ONE parent is required to attend the meeting where prep- aration materials and instructions will be shared. Children are not
required at the meeting (but should go to class if signed up for Wednesday evenings). Pre-register online or in-person.
Confirmation Preparation SAVE THE DATE: A Confirmation Candidate/ Parent Meeting will be held on Monday, Septem-
ber 27th at 7:00PM in the church on SR-46. All
candidates and at least ONE parent are required
to attend this meeting. All information regarding
confirmation will be shared at this meeting. Pre- register online or in-person.
9-12 Faith Formation “Chosen: This Is Your Catholic Faith” will take
you on a journey through the entire Catholic faith in all its richness and vitality. You will learn
the story, from Creation all the way through
salvation history, and come to see how the sacraments, prayer, and
discipleship are the keys to a happy life. Contact Ms. Vu for more information and registration.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults and
Children (RICA, RCIC)
Are you someone or do you know someone who has expressed an
interest in becoming Catholic? Has a child over the age of seven who
has not been baptized? Was baptized Catholic as a child, but has not
celebrated the Sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist? We offer
opportunities for adults and children to learn more about our faith and prepare for the sacraments at any age. Please contact our Parish
Office for more information.
Faith Formation Updates
YOUTH INTEREST SURVEY www.surveymonkey.com/r/TWC2W5V Are you interested in a Bible Study for teens? Do you have musical or artistic talents? Which activities or events would you be interested in joining? Take our Youth Interest Sur- vey to let us know what days/times work best for you!
Fr. Ed McCarthy, Retired
Fr. Kenneth Metz, Retired
Parish Staff
Amy Scott Executive Assistant to the Pastor [email protected]
Deacon Wenny Cruz Coordinator for Spanish Community [email protected]
Llyana Vu
David McGhee Director of Music & Liturgy [email protected]
Music Website: www.allsoulsmusic.com
Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
Phone: 407-322-3795
FAX: 407-322-1131
Parish Website: www.allsoulssanford.org
All Souls Parish Office Address: 301 W. 8th Street, Sanford, FL 32771
Our Faith Community
Dear SVDP Family,
our region, indeed, of the whole United
States. As St. Monica prayed for her son, we
know that she is praying for us and for the
mission of our seminary from heaven.
We are concluding orientation this weekend
and preparing to begin classes on Monday
with a total of 118 seminarians enrolled at
St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary. I
would like to let you know of three events
in the coming days that will be live-
streamed, so that you can join with us,
whether you prefer to do watch the live
transmission or the recording. While we
have begun the year more normally than
last, we are still not able to extend open invi-
tations for all to come to campus for
Wednesday Masses. I hope that these op-
portunities will allow you to join with us in
prayer and reflection as we continue our
essential mission.
the Holy Spirit to guide us throughout the
new year of formation. Later that same
evening, at 7:30 pm, we will have the
Opening Academic Exercises, officially
on Wednesday, September 1st, we will
livestream the first Wednesday 12:15 pm
Mass of the year, which will be a Memori-
al Mass for our beloved Fr. Nicholas Cach-
ia, who passed away on July 28. All of
these livestreams will be available at
www.svdp.edu/live or on the Seminary
Facebook page.
remember our mothers, living and de-
ceased, as we honor today the special pa-
tron saint of mothers. I am certain that
God will respond to our prayers, as He
did to those of St. Monica.
In Christ the Good Shepherd,
Very Rev. Alfredo I. Hernández, PhD, STL Rector/President
The Camino
will enjoy this 11-day experience. May 15th,
2022 - May 25th, 2022.
Included destinations while on this Journey: MADRID, SPAIN -SARRIA–PORTOMARIN-
your journey. Land prices begin at $2,639 per
person, based on double occupancy. Deposit of
only $500 per person will reserve your space.
This is a SMALL GROUP JOURNEY. For fur-
ther info or to register, contact Brian or Eileen at
Your Catholic Cruises and Tours Staff
Phone: 1-860-399-1785
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your day!
Mass Readings
Saturday: 1 Thes 4:9-11/Ps 98:1, 7-8, 9 [9]/Mt 25:14-30
Next Sunday: Dt 4:1-2, 6-8/Ps 15:2-3, 3-4, 4-5 [1a]/Jas 1:17-18, 21b-22, 27/
Mk 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23
Ps 113:1b-2, 3-
40:7-8a, 8b-9,
Ps 111:1-2, 3-4,
5-6 [2]/Jn
19:25-27 or Lk
16/Ps 111:7-
Ps 49:6-7, 8-10,
8:30am -
We have Masses in 2021 available for
reservation (Sat., Sun. & Weekday) for
a loved one, living or deceased. Please
email, or stop by the Parish office to
reserve a Mass for your intentions.
Email: [email protected]
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This Week’s Catholic Resources Reliable sources to help you learn more and grow your faith .
UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS Divine Mercy Sunday readings. http://www.usccb.org/about/pro-life-activities/prayers/divine- mercy-sunday.cfm
THE DIVINE MERCY (MARIAN FATHERS) The Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception and the Marian Helpers have been at the heart of “The Divine Mercy” since 1941. https://www.thedivinemercy.org/
CENTRE FOR DIVINE MERCY Our Mission: To continue the work JESUS entrusted to St Faustina: “You will prepare the world for My return” by spreading “JESUS’ Message of unfathomable DIVINE MERCY” throughout the whole world. https://centrefordivinemercy.org/
A selection of Divine Mercy information is listed on this page. EWTN
Global Catholic Network, in its 38th year, is the largest religious media
network in the world. https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/devotions/divine-mercy-12705
In America, the members of the Congregation are perhaps best known for
their work promoting the message of Divine Mercy from Stockbridge,
Massachusetts. https://www.marian.org/whatwedo/divinemercy.php
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