sacrament of penance the mass intentions .page 2 readings for sunday, july 22, 2018 sixteenth sunday
Post on 25-Jul-2018
Embed Size (px)
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE
Saturdays: Msgr. Ryan Hall -3:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Eves of Holy Days: Msgr. Ryan Hall - 3:45 to 4:45 p.m.
First Friday: Church - 5:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
First Saturday: Church - 7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.
Also by appointment
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
The Church provides certain times and preparation for
weddings. Please contact the Rectory at least six months
in advance to begin the process.
Every family and person within the parish is encouraged
to register with the Parish.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 1:30 p.m.
In July and August Baptism will be celebrated at 12:30
p.m. A required Baptism preparation meeting for parents
meets on the first Monday of the month at 8:00 p.m.
Godparents are welcome. Please register in advance for
the class and Baptism. Godparent Pre-Requisites:
Godparents must be practicing Catholics in good
standing, 16 years of age or older, Baptized and
ON BECOMING A CATHOLIC
Those seeking information about the Catholic Faith are
invited to contact Fr. McCartney at the Rectory at 621-
CARE OF THE SICK
Please notify the Rectory and Human Concerns Ministries
if there is anyone seriously ill so that we can provide
THE MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Sunday, July 22: SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 7:30 a.m. Deceased children of the Parish 9:00 a.m. People of the Parish 11:00 a.m. Frederick Drew by Katie Scalere Robert Friedel by Gen & Jonna DeBlasio Zarko Mihajic by Phyllis Dunseath In honor of Padre Pio by Fr. James DeVita Theodore C. Scorcia by his Sister, Nina Monday, July 23: Weekday 9:00 a.m. Primo Iapoce by Janine Claeson & Chris Joeckel Tuesday, July 24: Weekday 9:00 a.m. Mass of Thanksgiving by Dolores & Richard OHara Wednesday, July 25: Saint James, Apostle 9:00 a.m. Edward P. McCartney by Peg & Ken Leder Thursday, July 26: Saints Joachim and Anne, Parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary 9:00 a.m. Lucy & Pat Delaney Friday, July 27: Weekday 9:00 a.m. John P. Ferrigno - 1st Anniversary by Ronnie & Maryann Combs & Family Saturday, July 28: Weekday 5:00 p.m. Brian Abbondandelo - 2nd Anniversary by Thomas & James DiNapoli Stella & John Juliski by Family Wilfredo & Olga Lara by Mr. & Mrs. Luis Lara-Rivas For the Intentions of Maria Taveras by Family Sunday, July 29: SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 7:30 a.m. People of the Parish 9:00 a.m. Thomas Maniscalco by his children 11:00 a.m. Thomas Callahan by Friends of Glen Head Kitchens Charles J., Anna M., Thomas J., Raymond G., Lillian L. and Marion McKee by Gladys McKee
Baby Jack Josephine Banno
Kathleen Capuano Joseph Carbonaro
Barbara Coe Rebekah Cole Kevin Cronin Paul Cronin
John Paul DiNonno Eric DuBois
Anthony Ferro Natalie Finamore
Joseph Galea Tony Grau Julia Green
Christine Kenney Douglas Knehr
Frank Krukowski Mary Loftus
Richard Malon Jonathan Mannina Tom McCormack
Brendan Miles Dieter Nagel Victoria Oxer Jenna Reggio Trevor Rogers
Anna Sambucci Vincent Scalavino Charles Strecker
Clotida Vecchione Jacqueline Verde Joseph Williams
Anne Wright Mary Wybaillie
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK
...AND FOR THOSE WHO HAVE DIED
READINGS FOR SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2018
SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
First Reading: Jeremiah 23:1-6 Second Reading: Ephesians 2:13-18
Gospel: Mark 6:30-34
FOCUS: God wants us to be in his peace.
Our Lord insists that we take time to be still and rest in
him. As difficult as it is to just stop and be still, it is
important to make the time to be refreshed and to rest in
the Lords peace.
LITURGY OF THE WORD:
In Jeremiah, God discloses that bad shepherds will be
punished and a good shepherd assigned to care for the
people. The second reading talks about the peace we
have in Jesus Christ. In the Gospel, Jesus insists that the
Apostles take time to rest and be rejuvenated, for the
need to care for the followers is great.
Readings for next week, July 29, Seventeenth Sunday in
Ordinary Time: 2 Kings 4:42-44; Ephesians 4:1-6; John
From Liturgical Commission Publishing, Lansing, MI
PARISH SACRIFICIAL GIVING
In todays Gospel, Jesus had planned to slip away from the
crowds for a few moments of peace and a little rest. When He
saw the people gathered, however, He put His needs aside to
meet the needs of others. Sometimes, as good stewards, we are
called to do the same.
Parish Sacrificial Giving Summary
Thank you for your continued sacrificial gifts to St.
Sunday Offertory ~ July 14/15 $6,937.00*
Same Week Last Year $6,949.00*
Mass Attendance for July 14/15 664
Same Week Last Year 753
*Does not include Faith Direct
FOSTERING STEWARDSHIP AS A WAY OF LIFE
Lumen Christi Missal
Weekend of July 21/22, 2018 Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year B
Readings: Missal, p. 491
The Ordinary of the Mass
begins on Page 804
Celebrants for the Weekend of
McCartney J. Dussel
McCartney R. Botensten
McCartney C. DSouza
11:00 Fr. Lauder S. Chin L. Lofaro
*subject to last minute changes
2018 CATHOLIC MINISTRIES APPEAL
St. Marys Parish Assessed Goal
Amount Raised to Date
Numbers of Gifts and/or Pledges
Percentage of Goal
THE EPISCOPAL ORDINATION OF BISHOP-ELECT RICHARD HENNING The Most Reverend John O. Barres, Bishop of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, will confer Episcopal Ordination upon Bishop-elect Richard Henning at a Mass at Saint Agnes Cathedral, Rockville Centre, on Tuesday, July 24, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. The Ordination Mass will be open to the public, and there will be open seating with no ticket required. All are welcome to attend. On Monday, July 23, 2018, Bishop Barres will preside at a service of Solemn Vespers, and Bishop-elect Henning will be the principal homilist. This will be held at the Church of Our Lady of Loretto, 104 Greenwich Street, Hempstead, NY 11550, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Evening prayer will also be open to the public, with no ticket required. The Ordination and Evening Prayer will both be broadcast live on Telecare, the Diocesan television network (Cablevision channel 29/137, Verizon FiOS TV channel 296, Time Warner Cable channel 471). The Ordination coverage will begin at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, July 24, and the Evening Prayer coverage will be broadcast on Monday, July 23 at 9:00 pm. Also look on the diocesan website: www.drvc.org; on the diocesan Facebook social media platform: www.facebook.com/RVCdiocese; and at the Long Island Catholic site: www.LICatholic.org.
The Supreme Gift
Fifty years ago, on July 25, 1968, Pope Paul VI issued an Encyclical Letter entitled Humanae Vitae, On Human Life. On October 14, 2018, Pope Francis will canonize his predecessor as Pope Saint Paul
In this anniversary year, Bishop John O. Barres of the Diocese of Rockville Centre has issued a
Pastoral Letter entitled The Supreme Gift: The Gift of Life, commemorating the encyclical of this soon-to-be-canonized saint. This teaching of the late Holy Father is in many ways more important today
than at any time before.
In his letter, Bishop Barres wants to teach the people of the diocese the important truths of
Humanae Vitae, because these truths very much need to be reexamined today in light of the problems we face in our time.
Please take a copy of The Supreme Gift home, read it, and discuss it as married couples and as families. Bishop Barres says: Understanding the teaching of Humanae Vitae, believing it, and living it, is one of the first and most important answers to the crisis of our time. I truly believe that the future
Pope Saint Paul VI wrote the letter more for our times than even for his own. Today, it can become the
first step in repairing the injury between men and women, husbands and wives, parents and children,
the family and society.
At the Mass of Beatification of Pope Paul VI in 2014, Pope Francis said of his predecessor:
When we look to this great Pope, this courageous Christian, this tireless apostle, we cannot but
say in the sight of God a word as simple as it is heartfelt and important: thanks! Thank you, our
dear and beloved Pope Paul VI! Thank you for your humble and prophetic witness of love for
Christ and his Church! In [his] humility the grandeur of Blessed Paul VI shines forth: before
the advent of a secularized and hostile society, he could hold fast, with farsightedness and
wisdom and at times alone to the helm of the barque of Peter, while nev