MASSES FOR THE WEEK SATURDAY, October 11, 2014

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MASSES FOR THE WEEK
SATURDAY, October 11, 2014
7:30AM + Mary Healey (Her Loving Children)
5:00PM + Louis Tuzzi (Tuzzi Family)
SUNDAY, October 12, 2014
6:30AM + Peter Tureski (Kaicher Family)
8:00AM(Polish) + Jadwiga & Ryszard Kozuchowski (Kozuchowski Family)
9:30AM + John Bonina (Bonina Family)
10:30AM(Polish) + Anthony Aversano (Daughters, Barbara Badolato and Rosemary Mackey)
11:45 AM + Mary Healey (Her Loving Children)
MONDAY, October 13, 2014
7:30AM - Special Intention for Victor, Paul, John, Carla and Careno
8:30AM - For Parishioners
TUESDAY, October 14, 2014
7:30AM - For God’s Blessings for Ralph and Joan Admirati Family
WEDNESDAY, October 15, 2014
7:30AM + Lillian Burt (Lorrie White)
THURSDAY, October 16, 2014
7:30AM - For God’s Blessings for a safe trip to and from Poland for Bozena (Family)
FRIDAY, October 17, 2014
7:30AM + Eva Marro (Family)
SATURDAY, October 18, 2014
7:30AM + Agnes & Frank Glinka (Deacon William Glinka, son)
5:00PM + Lottie Yastrzemski (Anniversary) (Stanley Yastrzemski, Jr.)
SUNDAY, October 19, 2014
6:30AM + William Zaluski, Jr. (Joan Zaluski, wife)
8:00AM(Polish) + Agata Garbowska (Brother and Family)
9:30AM + Mildred Finnegan (Joseph Stachecki)
10:30AM(Polish) - For God’s Blessings for Adam & Romualda Szychowski on their 39th Wedding
Anniversary (Daughters and Grandson)
11:45 AM + Teddy Graboski (Carol & Steve Talmage)
Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 12, 2014
I can do all things in him who strengthens me.
— Philippians 4:13
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31 — 5:1;
Ps 113:1b-5a, 6-7; Lk 11:29-32
Tuesday:
Gal 5:1-6; Ps 119:41, 43-45, 47-48;
Lk 11:37-41
Wednesday: Gal 5:18-25; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 11:42-46
Thursday:
Eph 1:1-10; Ps 98:1-6; Lk 11:47-54
Friday:
Eph 1:11-14; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 12-13;
Lk 12:1-7
Saturday:
2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18;
Lk 10:1-9
Sunday:
Is 45:1, 4-6; Ps 96:1, 3-5, 7-10;
1 Thes 1:1-5b; Mt 22:15-21
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday: Columbus Day; Canadian Thanksgiving Day
Tuesday: St. Callistus I
Wednesday: St. Teresa of Jesus
Thursday: St. Hedwig; St. Margaret Mary
Alacoque; National Boss Day
Friday:
St. Ignatius of Antioch
Saturday:
St. Luke
SUNDAY COLLECTION
October 5th Collection: $2,422.00
School Collection: $916.00
Additional Fuel: $20.00
This weekend, the second collection is for the
Annual Respect Life Collection.
Next weekend, the second collection is for World
Mission Sunday
RESPECT LIFE COLLECTION
This weekend the second collection is the annual
Respect Life Collection. Last Sunday as we
celebrated Respect Life Sunday, we were reminded
that the assaults on human dignity come in many
forms. The Respect Life Office is charged with
deepening our already strong commitment to pro-life
activities and parish education. Please support this
vital work through participation in the special
Respect Life envelope collection. Your prayers and
assistance are greatly appreciated.
CHURCH CLEANERS
Mr. & Mrs. Czeslaw Rus, October 17
Mr. Grzegorz Hogendorf, October 24
Mr. & Mrs. Jozef Talik, October 31
WORLD MISSION SUNDAY
Next Sunday, World Mission Sunday, our Holy
Father, Pope Francis, calls every Catholic to
celebrate at the Eucharist, our vocation to be
missionary and to help the Missions. As Catholics
around the world, here at home and in the Missions,
gather at the Eucharistic table, let us pray for the
Church’s worldwide mission and offer financial help
through the Propagation of the Faith for more than
1,150 dioceses in Asia, Africa, Latin America and
the Pacific Islands. Thank you for your generosity.
OCTOBER DEVOTION
The Rosary and Benediction of Blessed Sacrament
will continue throughout October every Wednesday
at 7:00PM in English, and every Friday, at 7:00PM
in Polish. All are encouraged to attend. Also, we
encourage you to say the Rosary with your family, at
least one decade a day.
SANCTUARY FLOWERS
The flowers decorating our Sanctuary
this weekend are in loving memory of
+ Jadwiga & Ryszard Kozuchowski.
Thank you for the beautiful flowers.
Eternal rest grant to them, O’ Lord.
ALL SOULS DAY, SUNDAY, NOVEMEBER 2nd
All Souls Day is the day of remembrance in our
novena of Masses for our beloved deceased family
members, friends, and all who sacrificed their lives
in war and civil service. Please return your
envelopes on time so your beloved can be
remembered in the novena of Masses. Additional
All Souls envelopes may be found in the vestibule of
the church.
ALL SAINTS DAY, SATRUDAY, NOVEMBER 1st
All Saints Day will be on Saturday, November 1st
this year. Since it falls on a Saturday this year it is
not a Holy Day of Obligation, however we will have
an additional mass in Polish at 7PM as well as the
regularly scheduled masses at 7:30AM or 5PM in
English.
DIVINE MERCY
There is recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet at
7:15AM before the 7:30AM daily mass Monday
through Saturday. You are invited to join us.
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SCHOOL NEWS
The community of Our Lady of the Hamptons
Regional Catholic School welcomed close to two
hundred pets for the annual Blessing of Animals in
honor of St. Francis of Assisi. Father Janusz Lipski
of Our Lady of Poland Parish blessed each of the
dogs, cats, horses, hamsters, rabbits and reptiles,
assisted by seventh graders Michael and Patrick
Andes who coordinated a successful drive to provide
pet food, blankets and supplies for the Southampton
Animal Shelter.
The annual Bucks for Books campaign to support
the programs at OLH has had an early start. The
raffle, with ten prizes ranging from $500 to $20,000,
will be determined on January 31, 2015. Tickets are
available at the school now.
We invite parishioners and friends to learn more
about Our Lady of the Hamptons by visiting the
website www.olh.org. Tours can be arranged at any
time, by calling 283-9140.
BISHOP MCGANN-MERCY HS OPEN HOUSE
From 9 am to 12 pm on Saturday, October 18,
2014, McGann-Mercy will open its doors to families
of prospective students for the 2015-2016 school
year, grades 7-12, giving them the opportunity to
tour the school and learn more about its academic,
athletic and service programs in an environment
where “goodness becomes greatness when faith
comes first.” With STEM-centered engineering and
environmental science curriculums, Advanced
Placement, Scholars and Remedial Programs,
comprehensive
athletic
and
extracurricular
opportunities, Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan
High School provides a robust learning experience
intermingled with Catholic values and is uniquely
positioned as THE Catholic High School on the East
End. For more information about the Open House or
registration, please call the Admissions office at 631
-727-5900. ext 335.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS
Our Lady of Poland parishioners attend religious
education at Sacred Hearts on Hill St. Classes began
last week. If you haven’t already registered or have
any questions, contact Jen. Also, all parents of 8th
grade students are asked to contact Jen at
[email protected] or 283-0508 for
information regarding Confirmation.
WORLD YOUTH DAY KRAKOW 2016
In July 2016, the young Church of our Diocese will
be joining millions of other young people from
around the world as they journey together on a
pilgrimage to Krakow, Poland for World Youth Day.
Pilgrimages are available through the Diocese
beginning July 24 - August 2, 2016 for $3,849 from
New York, including airfare. Other packages are
also available.
If you are interested in attending, please attend a
meeting on October 22, 2014 at 7:30 in St. Agnes
Parish Center to hear more about this pilgrimage.
206 Tours will be on hand to address any questions
or concerns you may have. Please rsvp to Marianne
Sheridan, Director of Youth Ministry at
[email protected] no later than October 21st.
It would be wonderful if a group of young
parishioners from our parish would attend!!
OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY RETREAT
The Shrine of Our Lady of the Island presents Our
Lady of the Rosary Weekend Retreat with Father
Hugh Gillespie, SMM on Sunday, October 12th and
Monday, October 13th at 258 Eastport Manor Road,
Manorville. Sunday, October 12th:
11:30AM Mass with the Crowning of Our Lady of
the Rosary
3:00PM Holy Hour with Solemn Blessing of
Rosaries
7:00PM Candlelight Procession & Rosary
Monday, October 13th - Fatima Day
10:00AM Rosary at the Rosary Walk
11:30AM Mass
2:00PM Conference—St. Louis De Montfort
Apostle of the Rosary followed by the veneration of
the relic of St. Louis de Monfort.
Free to Attend, Donations Appreciated. Thank you!
COMMUNION BREAKFAST
The Friends of the Seminary of the Immaculate
Conception, 440 West Neck Road, Huntington,
invite you to the Annual Friends Communion
breakfast on Sunday, October 26, 2014. Mass at
10AM followed by brunch in the rectory. Celebrant
and speaker will be Bishop Andrzej Zglejszewski,
Auxiliary Bishop of Rockville Centre. RSVP by
October 19th. $30 per tickets. For reservations and
information call Seminary Development Office at
631-423-0483x102
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DAY TRIP TO SHRINE,CLOISTERS & MOMA
St. Isidore Church is sponsoring a one day trip on
Wednesday, October 22nd for $66. The trip includes:
Mass at St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Shrine,
Admission to The Cloisters Museum & Gardens,
Admission to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and
Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation. The bus will
depart St. Isidore Church in Riverhead at 7AM and
return at approximately 7PM. Call 727-2114 for
more information and to register.
MEMORIAL BRICKS
A memorial brick is a great gift for a wedding, birth,
living or deceased memorial and more. Many
visitors and neighbors have commented about how
nice it looks having all of our memorial bricks
around the Blessed Mother. Thank you for your
support of this program, and please note that this
program will be ongoing. A memorial brick costs
$100 dollars. Forms are available in the church.
STIPENDS NEEDED FOR MASSES
There are various mass openings in December. Also
the new Mass Book for the Year of the Lord,
2015, is available. Please note that dates are given
out on a first come, first serve basis. If there are
dates that are close to your heart, please stop by the
rectory and reserve those dates as soon as possible.
RECTORY OFFICE HOURS
Please note during the school year the rectory will be
open on Monday - Friday from 12PM - 3PM. If you
would like a mass card, dedicate mass intentions or
flowers, receive a baptismal certificate or any other
business matter, please stop by or call during these
hours. If these hours are not convenient for you,
call the rectory at 631-283-0667, we would be happy
to schedule an appointment with you.
LONG ISLAND CATHOLIC
If you would like to subscribe to the magazine of the
Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre, please call
516-594-1000 or email [email protected] The
annual subscription rate is $20 for 10 issues.
NEWS WORTHY?
Does your organization have news or an event you
would like to share? If so, email it to the bulletin
editor at [email protected] 3 weeks prior.
WEEKLY COLLECTIONS
Just a reminder that in the event of poor weather or
if you are sick and do not attend mass, please submit
your weekly envelope the following week, or send it
to the rectory, since we need to pay our bills. Thanks
PRAYER FOR PEACE
Prayer of Pope Saint John Paul II:
Immaculate Heart of Mary, help us to conquer the
menace of evil, which so easily takes root in the
hearts of the people of today, and whose
immeasurable effects already weigh down upon our
modern world and seem to block the paths toward
the future.
From famine and war, deliver us. From nuclear war,
from incalculable self destruction, from every kind
of war, deliver us. From sins against human life from
its very beginning, deliver us. From hatred and from
the demeaning of the dignity of the children of God,
deliver us. From readiness to trample on the
commandments of God, deliver us. From the loss of
awareness of good and evil, deliver us. From sins
against the Holy Spirit, deliver us.
Accept, O’ Mother of Christ, this cry laden with the
sufferings of all individual human beings, laden with
the sufferings of whole societies. Help us with the
power of the Holy spirit conquer all sin: individual
sin and “sin of the world,” sin in all its
manifestations.
Let there be revealed once more in the history of the
world the infinite saving power of the redemption:
the power of the merciful love. May it put a stop to
evil. May it transform consciences. May your
Immaculate Heart reveal for all the light of hope.
Amen.
PROTECTION OF CHILDREN/YOUNG PEOPLE:
We are all responsible for the safety of children and
vulnerable adults! If you suspect mistreatment of a
child or vulnerable adult by any member of the
Clergy, Church Employee or Volunteer~ Phone the
Hotline to make a report. 516-594-9063
All appropriate steps will be taken to protect the
reputation and privacy of those involved: the person
making the complaint, the victim and the
accused. For more information on the Charter for
the Protection of Children/Young People visit the
Diocesan Website and click on Protecting God’s
Children Tab.