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SAINT
S
TANISLAUS
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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 pre-baptismal
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.
PASTORAL STAFF
PASTOR
Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Tracy
PARISH BUSINESS MANAGER
Mrs. Penny Mitchell
PASTOR EMERITUS
MATER DEI SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Miss Diane E. McCaughan
Rev. Msgr. Joseph W. Murray
PAROCHIAL VICARS
Rev. Philip M. Forlano
Rev. Michael G. Mullan, LC
IN RESIDENCE
Rev. Gregory J. Hamill
DEACONS
Deacon Charles G. Lewis
Deacon C. Stephens Vondercrone
Deacon Raymond C. Wellbank
Deacon Mathieu Tielemans, Retired
COORDINATOR OF RELIGIOUS
EDUCATION
Mrs. Leona Russell
DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY
Mrs. Peggy Dominick
DIRECTOR OF PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
Sr. Barbara A. McGahan, RSM
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRY
Mr. Bill Wilson
PARISH SERVICE MINISTERS
Sr. Dolora Curley, OSF
Mrs. Frances W. Mordell
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 Adoration Chapel is open for Perpetual
Eucharistic Adoration 24 hours a day,
7 days a week. The Parish Center is
open Monday through Thursday
from 9am to 9pm, closing from 12pm
to 1pm for lunch and from 5:30pm to
6:30pm for dinner; Friday from 9am
to 5pm, closing from 12pm to 1pm for
lunch; Saturday from 9am to Noon
and Sunday from 8:30am to 1pm.
Priests are available after building
ho ur s f o r emerg en cies . Cal l
215.368.0220.
Sunday, October 12, 2014 ~ The Twenty–eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
OCTOBER 12, 2014
Dear friends / Mis queridos amigos,
What’s going on at the end of that gospel parable this week? In the familiar story of the wedding banquet where
everything is ready but the guests do not show up, the host resorts first to finding out why the invited guests were not
there, then goes ahead and invites people to come whom his servants find on the byroads. But one guest comes to share
in the banquet without being properly dressed. Many have speculated why he committed the fashion faux pas. Somehow
the host spotted the outsider right away, and he sent him away. He may have looked like he belonged, but he did not
know the host or family.
Many of us look and talk like we belong in the inner circle of God, close enough to be invited to this Eucharistic
banquet. We try to belong – going back to some religious practices that fell away over the years, starting up a spiritual
program in search for a closer relationship with God – but lose interest or get tired and give up.
In our search for God, all of us must first see the Father, the Son, or the Holy Spirit. Sometimes we see the saints
in search for God and try to imitate them. If, however, we are as faithful as Moses, or as poor as St. Francis, or as compassionate to the poor as St. Vincent de Paul that does not always enable us to see God. Instead, we see other people seeing God. We need to do that with our own eyes, not rely on second-hand sight. It was BECAUSE Moses saw God in the
burning bush, and because Francis heard God’s challenge to rebuild from the cross at San Damiano, that they found
God for themselves.
God is always there, waiting to be found. It takes close personal attention to discover God in the messiness of life.
Like puzzles that contain hidden objects in the lines, we have to sense their presence before we can see them. We begin
to see it when we are confident it is really there. You and I cannot just conjure up God on our own. Even if we contemplate as well as John of the Cross, as delicately as the Little Flower, or as intensely as Ignatius of Loyola, God still remains
silent. Why? Because they all learned their prayer language by first seeing God.
If only there was an easy way to do this, but we all know there is none. We can choose to pursue other, more
comfortable (and easier) pleasures. Unfortunately these fail to satisfy the deep longing programmed in us for God. Sure, it
can be a nice life to charge on after those other things, but ultimately, not the best one.
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Could you imagine sorting through the mail and finding a special-looking envelope nestled in the pile with all
bills and circulars? It contains a formal dinner invitation from God. An RSVP is requested.
Will you attend? Maybe there’s a conflict with a game-day sporting event; or you will be away on a vacation you
spent a lot of money on; the kids need to be somewhere; or you simply want to spend the day relaxing in bed. Who wants
to get dressed up?
One of the largest religious groups in the country is made up of inactive Catholics. Even those who consider
themselves “active” miss God’s banquet of love on a rather regular basis.
We must be careful to remember that because people stop coming to Mass does not mean they have lost their
religion. Everyone has a grasp of the sacred that is pre-religious, an innate sense of God that is nurtured by ritual and
association with others of like belief. The Mass is Roman Catholicism’s most sublime religious experience, but unfortunately some people never get to know it well enough to understand and appreciate it. They think – by temperament, by
experience, or by education – they can get by without it. The Church, however, is a family, and families welcome members even if they are absent or estranged.
Undoubtedly this is a task of ongoing evangelization, and I realize I am “speaking to the choir” if you are reading this. You actually come to Church! But the challenge is still there for us all to be credible witnesses to Christ in the
world, and to invite by word and example the less-committed Catholics in our families and among our friends back to
Church. A family includes even those who do not come to family gatherings. Like Tom Bodett in the Motel 6 commercials: “We’ll leave the light on.”
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Significant progress has been made in completing another planned maintenance item previously discussed in the
parish bulletin. Replacement of the sacristy roof is finished, and a date for conversion of the priest house heating system
to allow for natural gas or oil has been scheduled for early November. The HVAC system in the main Church will be
changed over to heat within the next two weeks. After that we will not be able to turn any air-conditioning on, only heat.
The new sacristy roof will end the problems we encountered when the ice melted after last winter’s deep freeze, causing
numerous leaks in the sacristy bathroom, boiler room, closet, and altar server changing room. Thank you for your generosity in the green envelopes which enabled this repair! Although not “flashy,” it was desperately needed.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK, EVERYONE!
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
TODAY
SANCTUARY FLOWERS
Flowers on the Blessed Mother
Altar this weekend are in honor
of the 50th Wedding Anniversary of Tom & Kathy Francis.
ANNUAL SISTERS OF
ST. FRANCIS RAFFLE
The Sisters of St. Francis will be selling chances after
Masses today. All proceeds will benefit retired Sisters
and various sponsored ministries. The Grand Prize is
$5,000 plus 8 winners for smaller amounts. The
drawing will be November 25, 2014. Only $2 for 1
chance; $5 for 3 chances or $10 for 6 (1 Book).
Thank you for your past kindness and God bless you
for any help you can give this year.
THIS WEEK
ROSARY SERVICE
The next Altar & Rosary Society Rosary service
takes place on Monday, October 13 at 2 pm at Golden Living. All are welcome.
LIVING ROSARY
On Wednesday, October 15, we will
pray a Living Rosary in the Church.
In order to be seated, please plan to
arrive no later than 7 pm; we will
begin our prayer promptly at 7:15 pm. Anyone interested in participating is invited to call LaVerne
Scheetz at 267.577.1833.
OCTOBER G.I.F.T. PROGRAM: See Page 4.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Today:
Monday:
Tuesday
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Is 25:6-10; Phil 4:12-14, 19-20;
Mt 22:1-14
Gal 4:22-27, 31-5:1; Lk 11:29-32
Gal 5:1-6; Lk 11:37-41
Gal 5:18-25; Lk 11:42-46
Eph 1:1-10; Lk 11:47-54
Eph 1:11-14; Lk 12:1-7
2 Tm 4:10-17; Lk 10:1-9
Is 45:1, 4-6; 1 Thes 1:1-5; Mt 22:15-21
Sunday, October 12
Children’s Liturgy of the Word during 11 am Mass
11 am
Secular Franciscans @ Cahill room
Monday, October 13
7 pm
33 Days to Morning Glory @ lobby
Tuesday, October 14
1 pm
Seniors @ lobby meeting room
7 pm
PREP parents @ Chapel
7 pm
Spanish Prayer Group @ Cahill &
McDonough rooms
7:30 pm
G.I.F.T. @ lobby meeting room
Wednesday, October 15
9 am
Garden Club @ Church grounds
6:45 pm
PREP @ school, gym
7 pm
Cub Scout leaders @ Cahill room
7:15 pm
Living Rosary @ Church
7:30 pm
RCIA @ lobby meeting room
Thursday, October 16
1:45 pm
Legion of Mary @ Cahill room
6:15 pm
Children’s Choir @ Church
6:50 pm
Bingo @ gym
7 pm
Bereavement @ Cahill room
7 pm
New Beginnings @ lobby room
7 pm
One Thing is Three @ Schade & St.
Stanislaus rooms
7:30 pm
Adult Choir @ Church
Friday, October 17
6 pm
Cub Scouts @ gym
Saturday, October 18
8:30 am
Confessions until 9 am
10 am
Scarecrow Festival @ School
4 pm
Confessions until 4:45 pm
NEXT WEEKEND
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Scarecrow Festival ~ All Welcome. See Page 6.
Cub Scout Popcorn Sale after Masses
CYO/Parish Youth Ministry Fall Mass, 5:15 pm
The Children’s Choir will sing at the 11 am Mass
Altar & Rosary Society Blessing, 11 am Mass
Collection: World Mission Sunday. There will
not be a separate collection. Please place your
donation in a designated envelope in the regular
Sunday Offering basket. Please see the letter from
Archbishop Charles Chaput on Page 8.
OCTOBER PRAYER
Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil.
May God rebuke him, we humbly pray; and do Thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the Divine Power of
God, cast into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who roam throughout the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
OCTOBER 12, 2014
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Monday
6:30 am
Deceased Members of the Vencius Family
Requested by John Vencius
Anna Korn
Requested by the Albert Family
8 am
Tuesday
6:30 am
8 am
St. Callistus I, Pope & Martyr
Raymond Zelt
John Florentino
Requested by Carman & Amelia Vare
Wednesday
6:30 am
St. Teresa of Jesus, Virgin & Doctor of the Church
8 am
Thursday
Kathleen & Robert Kirby
Requested by the Weigle Family
Phoebe Anne
Requested by Annie Rex
St. Hedwig, Religious; St. Margaret Mary
Alacoque, Virgin
Sandra Pepka
Requested by Joanne Madden
Christopher Michael Maynard
Requested by the Haytko Family
6:30 am
8 am
Friday
6:30 am
St. Ignatius of Antioch
Helen Schenk
Requested by Mary Ann Kurnik
Elizabeth Scrimshaw
8 am
Saturday
8 am
St. Luke, Evangelist
Florence J. Migliaccio
Requested by Husband, Neil
Sunday, October 19, 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7 am
Martha Rymar
Requested by the Husson Family
9 am
Mary Nicoloso (Anniversary)
Requested by the Family
11 am
Mildred Mulgrew (5th Anniversary)
Requested by the Family
Miraculous Medal Novena Prayers follow the 8 am
Saturday Mass.
The Rosary is prayed after daily Mass. All are welcome!
WEDDINGS
We extend our best wishes and promise of
prayers to St. Stanislaus parishioners who are
preparing for marriage, especially:
Emily Sutton & Louis Marquet, III
Kim Haas & Charles Bleasdale
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Please pray for the sick who carry the
cross of illness especially: Daniel
Abaldo, Sister Ann Teresa, RA,
Robert Berk, Dolores Bonner, Ruth
Bossert, Joe Burns, Helen Daly, Bernadette Donnelly, Hugh Donnelly,
Christopher Eckler, Robert F. Eckler,
Michele Fenstermacher, Patricia Hendricks, Baby
Stephen Patrick Joyce, Andrea Kelly, Larry Kelly,
Jr., Richard Kelly, James Krynski, Bernadette Kubej,
John Merry, Margaret Mindell, Jay Murphy, Edward Nemchik, Gladys Nemchik, Phyllis Owoc,
Todd Ramsey, Frank Rieg, Sister Mary Joan Rice,
RA, Lucille Salerno, Patty Scatena, David Stewart,
Dot Thayer, Ken Tucker, Thomas VanBell, Justin
Wisniewski, Frank Yevak, 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 Fran Mordell at
the Parish Center, 215.855.3133. If you wish to
place a name on our Prayer Line, call Chris &
Bethann DeCree at 215.256.0260, or Fran Mordell.
WE REMEMBER OUR DECEASED:
Our parish family expresses prayerful condolences to the loved ones of:
Michael Dempsey.
OCTOBER G.I.F.T. PRESENTATION
Fire Upon the Earth: The Call of the
New Evangelization for Your Life.
Jesus came to set our hearts on fire with His divine
love and then sent us into the world to spread that
fire among our brothers and sisters. This mission
from the Lord is called evangelization. Pope Francis
reminds us that none of us are exempt from this mission and that to live it will bring great joy to our lives.
Come learn what the new evangelization is all about,
why it will bring you joy, and how you can live it.
Our presenter is Meghan Cokeley, Director of the
Office for the New Evangelization in the Archdiocese
of Philadelphia. Please join us on Tuesday, October
14 at 7:30 pm in the Parish Center lobby meeting
room. Refreshments follow the presentation. There is
no cost to attend.
Ushers will continue to conduct the Archdiocesan
October Count during Masses each remaining weekend in October.
126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
St. Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel
Make known to me your ways, Lord;
teach me your paths.
Psalm 25: 4
Come spend an hour with our Lord.
Urgent Hours of Need
Sunday, 12 noon
Thursday 7 am
Friday 11 pm
For more information about becoming an adorer or
substitute, contact Sue Gillen at 215.362.8643 or
[email protected]
METANOIA YOUNG ADULTS NEWS
Metanoia Young Adults is an active community of
Catholic young adults in Montgomery County, PA.
The group supports Catholics in their 20s and 30s
who are looking to deepen their faith and meet fellow
Catholics in the area. Our Ministry includes: Theology on Tap, faith based meetings, community service,
retreats, and outdoor events and activities. Visit
www.metanoiayoungadults.weebly.com or email
[email protected] for more information. Upcoming Events: October 14: Bible study
at Corpus Christi at 7:30 pm; October 21: Theology
on Tap at Appalachian Brewing Co., Collegeville at
7:30 pm.
TREASURE INFORMATION
Weekly Parish collection:
October 5, 2014: $20,845*
October 6, 2013: $20,411
*Contributed in 596 envelopes and 18 loose checks.
Parish Debt Reduction collection:
October 5, 2014: $2,408
October 6, 2013: $3,073
MAJOR BILLS PAID SINCE OCTOBER 5, 2014
Payroll & Related: $23,379
Church Maintenance: $1,409
Church Supplies: $1,101
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ALTAR & ROSARY SOCIETY NEWS
The Altar and Rosary Society is looking for
new members. If you think you’d like meeting
with others to not only help keep our Church
looking its best but also develop great friendships and share our faith, then the Altar and Rosary
Society may be for you! All adult parishioners are
invited to join us at our next meeting on October 20
at 7:30 pm in the Cahill room of the parish Center.
You can also contact Terri Gurecki at 215.393.1574
or [email protected] for more information.
All members, present and past, are invited to join us
on Sunday, October 19, as we attend the 11 am
Mass as a group.
CHARISMATIC MASS
"My strength and my courage is the
Lord, and he has been my savior."
Isaiah 12:2. We will meet again to
praise and thank our God on October 28 for a
CHARISMATIC MASS, celebrated by Msgr. Tracy, at 7:30 pm in the Parish Center Chapel. If you
would like more information, please call Dianne
Spotts at 215.855.9740.
SENIOR CLUB
Meetings: Tuesday, October 14 and Thursday, October 23 at 1 pm in the Parish Center. Questions?
Call Lois Prezuhy at 215.855.0522.
Trips:
Monday October 20 - Mohegan Sun Casino,
Wilkes Barre, PA. The bus leaves parking lot at 9:30
am. Wait list only
Tuesday November 25 - American Music Theater
Christmas Show & Luncheon at the Revere Inn.
The bus leaves parking lot at 10:30 am. Wait list
only.
May 18-22, 2015: Montreal & Quebec, Canada.
Includes 2 nights in Montreal, 2 nights in Quebec, 4
full breakfasts, 4 dinners, city tours of Montreal &
Quebec. Visit Notre Dame Basilica, Monmorency
Falls, Ste Anne DeBeaupre Basilica and more. Price
per person for double occupancy is $799 which includes baggage handling, taxes and gratuities. If interested, call for brochure.
For information, call Rosemary at 215.368.4645.
Reminder: Photo ID required for all Casino trips.
126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
OCTOBER 12, 2014
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.
All are invited celebrate autumn at the First Annual Scarecrow Festival
on Saturday, October 18
from 10 am to Noon in the front yard of Mater Dei School. Come vote for your favorite scarecrow
made by a Mater Dei Family. Snacks, cider and fun for all ages!
MATER DEI GOLF OUTING
Swing Into Action and support Mater Dei at the 3rd Annual Mater Dei Golf Outing on October 17 at Pine
Crest Country Club. Prizes awarded. Registration and lunch begin at noon; 1 pm shotgun start; 6 pm cocktails, dinner and awards. Cost is $125 per golfer and includes 18 holes of golf, cart, lunch, cocktails and dinner.
$30 per non-golfer for cocktails and dinner only. R.S.V.P. ASAP. For information please call 215.368.0995.
ATTENTION CRAFT FAIR VENDORS!
Registrations are being accepted for both the St. Rose and St. Stanislaus Christmas Craft Fairs, to be held on
November 9th and December 7th, respectively. Visit the Mater Dei web site at www.materdeicatholic.com or
send an email to [email protected], for more information. Discount for registering for both fairs!
Coordinator of Religious Education (PREP): Mrs. Leona Russell
Office Phone Number: 215.855.9893; Email: [email protected]
NEW Volunteer Openings on Wednesday nights – We are in need of one catechist and one aide for PREP on
Wednesday nights. The catechist opening is in 4th grade. Please call Leona Russell for information or to apply.
Your reward will be eternal! Thank you!
Fall Snack Bag Food Drive
This year our PREP and Mater Dei Catholic School students are joining together to collect food
items that will be used to put together snack bags which will be donated to the Nutritional Development Services of the Archdiocese to be distributed to families in need. The drive will continue
through October 22. If you would like to learn more or make a contribution, please contact the Religious Education office. Thank you to all who are helping to make a difference in the lives of these children!
Mark your calendar…
First Reconciliation Parent Meeting – Tuesday, October 14 at 7 pm (in the Chapel in the Parish
Center). This meeting is mandatory for parents of 2nd grade students who will be preparing to receive
the sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time on December 4, 2014. (This includes parents of the
children who attend Mater Dei and who are parishioners at St. Stanislaus as well as those of our
PREP children in the grade 2 classes.) Our guest speaker for the evening is Fr. Michael Mullan.
Living Rosary – Wednesday, October 15 at 7:15 pm in the Church
All are invited to join the PREP students and their families in our Living Rosary Prayer Service to
pray for peace in our world. Each decade of the Rosary will be lead and represented by different
groups within our Parish community. With all that is going on in our world today, all the prayers we
can offer are greatly needed.
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Youth Minister: Mrs. Peggy Dominick; Phone: 215.855.3133;
Email: [email protected]; Web: www.ststanislaus.com, Youth Ministry tab
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK: SEARCH ST STANS YOUTH MINISTRY
CYO FALL LITURGY
CYO Fall Liturgy Saturday, October 18 at the 5:15 pm Mass. Any CYO fall sports students interested in helping with being a greeter, Offertory gift bearer, or assisting the ushers are asked to contact Mrs. Dominick.
MANNA SERVICE DATES FOR OCTOBER
All 6th to 8th graders are invited to help serve the evening meal from 3:30 pm to 6 pm at Manna, located at
713 Main Street in Lansdale, on October 13 and 21. Contact Mrs. Dominick; Permission Form required.
CROP WALK
Come join the Saint Stanislaus Youth Group team for the Crop Walk, helping to raise funds and awareness to
combat hunger at home and around the world! The date is Sunday, October 19. Noon registration at Trinity
Lutheran Church. The Walk begins at 1 pm. Raise funds for Church World Services and Manna on Main
Street. Bring a canned good to stock the food pantry at Manna! Please contact Mrs.. Dominick ASAP for a
pledge envelope if you would like to be a walker. Open to students in Grades 6 to 12, and parents! Let's be a
supportive team for his event. We will make posters and signs to carry as we walk to show our support. Contact
Mrs. Dominick if interested in making signs on Friday, October 17.
CATHOLIC HEART WORK CAMP
Saint Stanislaus will be sending 12 students in grades 9 to 12 to Groton, Massachusetts June 21-27,
2015. Why participate in Catholic Heart Work Camp? Serve those less fortunate. Revitalize communities and beautify homes for the elderly, disabled and those who cannot afford needed repairs.
Engage in your Catholic faith in whole new way. Meet other teens from different communities. Enjoy a week of service, music, and FUN!! Experience God in a new and profound way…You will not be disappointed! Learn more at an information meeting on Wednesday, October 22 at 7 pm in the Mater Dei School
cafeteria. $85 holds your spot. Contact Mrs. Dominick with questions, or visit www.heartworkcamp.com.
DECISION POINT FOR STUDENTS GRADES 8 TO 12 AT ST. ROSE OF LIMA
Join teens for youth-oriented themes based on episodes from Dynamic Catholic by Matthew Kelly, Thursdays
from 7 to 8 pm in the Father Murphy Room at St. Rose of Lima. There is no cost to attend. Pizza provided!
Contact Mrs. Dominick for more information.
CYO WINTER SPORTS REGISTRATION IS UNDERWAY FOR BASKETBALL FOR GRADES 4-12
Grade 4 instructional; Grades 5/6 Junior Varsity; Grades 7/8 Varsity; Grades 9,10,11,12 high
school teams. Register online at www.wagdogs.com. Students in grades 4 through 8 must be enrolled
in a Catholic School or PREP to participate. If you have any questions, please contact Joe Mack at
[email protected] The cost is $75 per child. Check future bulletins for tryout dates.
LANSDALE CATHOLIC ICE HOCKEY YOUTH OPEN HOUSE
The Lansdale Catholic Ice Hockey Club will hold a free open house for students in grades 3 thru 8.
Come out to Hatfield Ice on Mondays October 13 and 20 beginning at 6 pm. Any boy or girl (of
any skill level) attending an area Catholic school who is interested in playing or just trying hockey is
encouraged to attend (equipment provided). We have teams for both experienced and beginning
players. For more information call Joe Volpe at 215.407.7111 or email [email protected]
REGIONAL KAIROS
The second and third Regional Kairos retreats for public school and homeschool high school juniors and seniors will take place December 26-29, 2014 and February 12-15, 2015. Kairos is a 4 day, 3 night retreat helping
high school aged kids to grow deeper in their faith. The price for this retreat is usually $300 but with the Philadelphia Education Fund grant, we are able to offer it for $60. If you are interested in signing up or learning
more, please visit http://paregionalkairos.weebly.com or email at [email protected]
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OCTOBER 12, 2014
Text of a letter received from Archbishop Charles Chaput:
October 12, 2014
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
“Today vast numbers of people still do not know Jesus Christ.” Pope Francis begins his message for this
year’s celebration of World Mission Sunday with these words. And he quickly offers us the way to make a joy-filled,
life giving difference: “World Mission Sunday is a privileged moment when the faithful of various continents engage
in prayer and concrete gestures of solidarity in support of the young Churches in mission lands.”
On October 19, our Archdiocesan family celebrates this “privileged moment” joining with our brothers
and sisters around the world who will gather at the Lord’s Table to celebrate, with great joy, our common vocation
as Missionaries. Our prayers and concrete gestures of solidarity will help build local churches, like the church in
Mongolia, the world’s youngest Catholic Church, and churches across the globe. Through the work of missionaries
in these churches, and their witness to Christ, the needy receive practical help and experience God’s love and mercy, His hope and peace.
Your prayers and material support will help the Pontifical Mission Society for the Propagation of the Faith,
the Holy Father’s chief missionary arm, to provide resources to missionaries who proclaim the Gospel and offer
help to our brothers and sisters throughout 1,150 mission dioceses. As I said in the past, “We need to bring Jesus
Christ to the whole world and the whole world to Jesus Christ. Our mission flows straight from the inner life of the
Trinity. God sent His Son. The Son sends His Church. And the Church sends us. We need to be missionaries.” No
work of the Church is more central to her reason for being.
I thank you in advance for your generous response to the needs of others. Pope Francis encourages us to
take joyful part in the Church’s mission to all the nations, as we live our lives grounded in love for Jesus and concern for the needs of the most disadvantaged. May World Mission Sunday offer each one of us an opportunity to
accomplish both, as we share the joy of the Gospel and help all people in need with our fervent prayer and our generous hearts!
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M., Cap.
Archbishop of Philadelphia
Here at St. Stanislaus we will take up the World Mission Sunday collection at Masses next weekend, October 18 &
19. There will not be a separate collection. Please place your donation in the regular Sunday Offering basket in a
designated envelope. Thank you for your generosity to this Appeal.
NEWS FROM AREA HIGH SCHOOLS
Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School
 Open House ~ Sunday, October 19, 1 – 4 pm; 8th Grade Entrance/Scholarship Exam ~ Saturday, October
25 (Alternate Date: October 26), 9 am – 12:30 pm. Registration is available online at gmahs.org for all events.
Mount Saint Joseph Academy High School
 Open House ~ Sunday, October 19, 12 - 3 pm ~ Pre-register at www.msjacad.org/openhouse; Scholarship/
Entrance Exam ~ Saturday, November 1, 8 am. For more information please call the Admission Office at
215.233.9133 or visit www.msjacad.org.
La Salle College High School
 Open House ~ Sunday, November 9 from 11 am to 2 pm; 8th Grade Scholarship/Entrance Exam ~ Saturday,
December 6. Visit www.lschs.org for details.
Saint Joseph’s Preparatory High School
 Open House ~ Sunday, November 2 from 10 am to 2 pm; 8th Grade Scholarship/Entrance Exam ~ Saturday,
November 15 or Sunday, November 16 at 8:30 am. Students must be applicants. Visit www.sjprep.org for
more information.
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
XXVIII DOMINGO ORDINARIO - 12 DE OCTUBRE DE 2014
El Padre de nuestro Senor Jesucristo ilumine los ojos de nuestro corazón, para que veamos la herencia gloriosa que Dios nos ha
reservado. (Efesios 1, 17-18)
Intención de la misa: (Para ofrecer una misa por una intención anunciada, hable con Padre Forlano)
Lecturas del Domingo
1) Isaías 25, 6-10 Salmo 22, 1-3a. 3b-4. 5. 6 Habitaré en la casa del Señor, por años sin término. 2) Filipenses 4, 12-14. 19-20 3) Mateo 22, 1-14
Parábola del banquete nupcial (Mateo 22, 1-14)
Dios mío, me invitas, me llamas incansablemente a tener un encuentro misterioso en el amor. Tu iniciativa me conmueve. Ayúdame a
elevar mi corazón hacia Ti para saber corresponder a tanto amor,
participando dignamente en este banquete de la oración.
Reflexión: Podría sonar demasiado extraño este evangelio porque,
¿cómo es posible que alguien rechace la invitación a una boda donde
habrá vino, música y buen ambiente? Al menos hoy día son pocos los
que rechazarían esta oferta tan especial. Pero es claro que esta parábola Cristo nos la dibujó así para que comprendiésemos que todos estamos invitados a participar del gran banquete que celebrará en el cielo.
Sólo nos hace falta cumplir un requisito que el evangelio lo pone como algo externo pero que en realidad en las bodas se le da demasiada
importancia y es el vestido. Es necesario e indispensable entrar con el
ajuar apropiado al gran banquete que Cristo nos invitará, este ajuar es
la vida de gracia. Por eso expulsaron de la boda al hombre que no
llevaba el traje apropiado, porque no estaba en vida de gracia. Y la
gracia, como la llama santo Tomás de Aquino, es "nitior animae" es
decir, esplendor del alma, presencia de Dios en nuestra alma. Es claro
que Jesús no puede habitar en un lugar en donde no tiene amigos, y
tampoco nosotros nos deberíamos atrever a presentarnos a la boda
que Él organiza cuando no le tenemos por amigo. Esto es la vida de
gracia, conservar su amistad y por tanto rechazar enérgicamente todo
lo que pudiese ofenderle: revistas indecentes, películas deshonestas,
compañías perjudiciales, ofensas a nuestros padres o hermanos, críticas etc. Es difícil conservar esta amistad con Cristo, pero si realmente
lo tenemos por amigo no nos atreveremos a ofenderle, sino que al
contrario nos esforzaremos por ser cada día mejores amigos de Él.
(Autor: Misael Cisneros | Fuente: Catholic.net)
Octubre es el Mes Respetemos La Vida
“Cada Uno de Nosotros es Una Obra Maestra de la Creación de
Dios”
No importa cómo el mundo nos considere o considere a los demás,
tratemos a cada persona como la obra maestra que es.
“Incluso los más débiles y vulnerables, los enfermos, los ancianos, los
no nacidos y los pobres, son obras maestras de la creación de Dios,
hechos a su imagen, destinados a vivir para siempre, y merecedores de
la máxima reverencia y respeto”. - Mensaje del Papa Francisco en
ocasión de La Jornada por la Vida
RESPETEMOS LA VIDA
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¡Gracias por su generosidad! ¿Es mi ofrenda una señal de agradecimiento a Dios y una participación en su caridad?
Para un consejo o una cita, hable con Padre Forlano después de la
misa o puede contactarlo a 215-855-3133 ext. 111 al Centro Parroquial de San Estanislao. También, se puede comunicar con Padre
Forlano por correo electrónico: [email protected]
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Por favor, rueguen por los enfermos. Carlos Benavides, Max Ho Mo-
rales, Benjamin Hernandez, Saulo Guarin, Victor Alarcou, Analiz
Florez, Roman Rivera, Magdalena Mendoza, Concepción Sampeño,
Yeinaldo Benitez, Elsa Roig, Esteban Tellez, Guadalupe Salinas, Imelda Peña, Josefina D’Hoy, Eliseo Berrio, Edwin Anglero, Manuel
Hernandez, Marylin Alvarez, Filigonio Gomez, Viviana Aviles, Adela
Alvarez Aguilar, Gregorio Montano, José Santiago, Lidia Escobosa,
Juan Hernandez, Rene, Victor Manuel, Ligia Espinoza, Xitlaly. Escri-
ba los nombres en la hoja de peticiones antes de la misa, y aquí se
incluirán en el boletín la semana que viene.
ACTIVIDADES Y FORMACIÓN EN LA FE
Instituto de Ministerio Eclesial (IME) ofrece un programa de certificación de tres años para el laicado católico. Participará en un apasionante estudio de la fe católica y en la comunión cristiana; recibirá formación espiritual en preparación para ministerios y enriquecerá el
conocimiento que tiene de su Iglesia. Sólo $30 por persona ($5 por
clase), con clases en español una noche por semana. Las clases del Año
1 comenzarán el día lunes 13 de octubre. Lugar: San Patricio, Norristown, la oficina parroquial, 7-9:30 pm, 703 Green St. Inscripción e
información: Hna Ann McAlpin, 610-272-4500.
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.
Quinceañeras - esta bendición al cumplir quince años de una joven da
testimonio de su acción de gracias y de compromiso de vivir una vida
cristiana. Por eso, la joven ya debe ser confirmada o debe estar inscrita
en un programa de educación religiosa en preparación para recibir el
sacramento de confirmación el año de su Quinceañera. Una clase de
preparación es un requisito antes de la celebración. La próxima clase
es sábado, el 1 de noviembre. Hable con Padre Forlano con un mínimo de seis meses por anticipado para fijar una fecha. Favor contactar
Angelica Santillan o Diana Zuluaga para registrarse por la clase, 954296-1420 o [email protected]
LOS SACRAMENTOS
Bautismos – Clases bautismales serán el primer Domingo de cada mes
después de la misa. Inscríbase por anticipado con el Padre Forlano. La
próxima clase bautismal es el 2 de noviembre. 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 12:30-12:50 p.m. o por cita con Padre Forlano.
El Matrimonio – hable con Padre Forlano al menos con seis meses
antes de la fecha anticipada de la boda. Clases matrimoniales son
requisitos antes de casarse por la Iglesia. El Instituto Católico Móvil
ofrecerá 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) 667-2820/2824 o
[email protected] o [email protected]
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