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SAINT
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TANISLAUS
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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 19, 2014 ~ The Twenty–ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
OCTOBER 19, 2014
Dear friends/Mis queridos amigos,
In a few short weeks, it will again be Election Day, and many eligible voters will head to the polls. There
they will decide who will be our next Pennsylvania governor and representatives who assume various legislative and
judicial positions. Today’s gospel, speaking of both Church and State contains a famous dictum from the mouth of
Jesus: “Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, but give to God what is God’s.” The episode is certainly appropriate for
our consideration this Sunday. Traditionally, this pronouncement has been cited to support the concept of the separation of Church and State. Seems easy to me! It becomes somewhat trickier in its application, however, when trying to figure out the extent of one’s involvement in the political process. There are challenges involved in maintaining one’s equilibrium without absenting oneself from any aspect of the human experience. We must not forget that
all of us are also called elsewhere in the gospels to be salt and light, leaven in our world.
The Lord was challenging in His command to “give to Caesar what is Caesar’s.” His recommendation in
this regard was probably very unpopular with his contemporaries. The Jews were an occupied populace required to
pay tribute to their occupiers. When given the opportunity to rescue Jesus from the Passion, the people responded
to Pilate’s invitation to release Barabbas, an insurrectionist noted for his resistance to the Roman Empire. The second part of that verse (“give to God what is God’s”) presents an even more difficult task. It is the important component, so it is imperative we get it right. Giving to God has been popularly called “stewardship” in the modern
Church. Before my arrival at St. Stanislaus, there was a pervasive education effort undertaken to broaden everyone’s understanding of the term stewardship. We know that stewardship before God is never limited solely to money (although finances are a consideration). Rather, God wants us to offer all that we are as gift and all that we have
discovered ourselves to be: people with talents, abilities, time, ideals, thoughts, emotions and other things that help
us navigate through life. Christian stewardship involves everything that God has provided for us.
Understood in this broad way, giving to God would begin with a re-dedication to God of all we are, all we
say, and all we do. This total consecration of self means that everything we attempt to be/say/do has the potential
of being a tribute to God that reflects an individual’s belonging and aspiration to serve.
In the first reading for today, Isaiah speaks of the gift to God of Cyrus the Persian. Without his full awareness, Cyrus’ life became an important part of God’s saving plan for Israel and for humankind. We will never be able
to know with certainty whether Cyrus consciously affirmed himself as “given to God,” but we can learn from his life
and apply it to our own. Most of us have been consecrated to God as gift before we were fully aware of it when baptized as infants. As we grew up and matured in the faith, it became our personal responsibility to embrace our existence as a gift from God, and to live it accordingly. While restaurant etiquette might require a 15% tithe as acceptable, those who are given over to God will settle only for a 100% gift of self. This absolute belonging to God will
necessarily preclude being given over to actions that are any way immoral, dishonest, unjust, or any other word or
work that would desecrate the gift that we are. This absolute belonging will also involve the gift of all we have been
given and all we have to God. When the gift of self is primary, all else follows naturally. Is there anything keeping
you and me from belonging absolutely to God and doing His will?
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Today is WORLD MISSION SUNDAY in the universal Church. Generally we think of Maryknoll or the
Columbans, or other missionary religious orders as those on the “front lines” of mission activity. That does not diminish our role on Mission Sunday. Today we remember that, through Baptism, we all share the call to mission;
that is, to bring the Good News of Jesus’ gospel to people living on the margins or in the darkness. Sharing the hope
of the gospel can lead everyone into the light of a brighter tomorrow. For some, that takes the form of leaving home
and family to live and work in hard, out-of-the-way places; for others, it will mean staying closer to home offering
prayerful support, or time, talent and treasure on behalf of the missionaries and those they serve. Mission embraces
many different roles, but unifies us in one goal: sharing the Gospel with everyone, everywhere, no matter how hard
the place.
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Pastor’s Message continued on Page 5
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
Sunday, October 19
Children’s Liturgy of the Word during 11 am Mass
7:30 pm
CYO Board Meeting @ Cahill room
8 pm
CYO Basketball @ lobby room
TODAY
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Cub Scout Popcorn Sale after Masses
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. Thank you for your generosity to this Appeal.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Today:
Monday:
Tuesday
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Is 45:1, 4-6; 1 Thes 1:1-5; Mt 22:15-21
Eph 2:1-10; Lk 12:13-21
Eph 2:12-22; Lk 12:35-38
Eph 3:2-12; Lk 12:39-48
Eph 3:14-21; Lk 12:49-53
Eph 4:1-6; Lk 12:54-59
Eph 4:7-16; Lk 13:1-9
Ex 22:20-26; 1 Thes 1:5-10; Mt 22:34-40
THIS WEEK
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.
Mark Your Calendar
SAINT STANISLAUS PARISH
FORTY HOURS DEVOTIONS
November 9 through November 11
Evening Prayer November 9 and 10 at 7 pm
Closing Mass November 11 at 7 pm
Homilist: Father Stephen Paolino
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Monday, October 20
4:30 pm
Catholic Identity DVD Series@ lobby
7 pm
Pre-Jordan @ lobby meeting room
7:30 pm
Altar & Rosary @ Cahill room
Tuesday, October 21
6:30 pm
Scouts @ cafeteria
7 pm
Ready Meals @ Parish Center kitchen
7 pm
Spanish Prayer Group @ Chapel,
Cahill & McDonough rooms
Wednesday, October 22
9 am
Garden Club @ Church grounds
9:45 am
Play Group @ lobby meeting room
6:45 pm
PREP @ school, gym
7 pm
CHWC Meeting @ cafeteria
7:30 pm
RCIA @ lobby meeting room
Thursday, October 23
1 pm
Senior Club @ lobby meeting room
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
One Thing is Three @ lobby room
7:30 pm
Adult Choir @ Church
Friday, October 24
7:30 pm
School Dance @ gym
Saturday, October 25
8:30 am
Confessions until 9 am
4 pm
Confessions until 4:45 pm
NEXT WEEKEND
PERPETUAL ADORATION SIGN-UPS
Please stop by the table set up in the
Church lot after Masses next weekend
to learn about the tremendous gift of
Perpetual Adoration here at Saint Stanislaus Parish, and to see how you can
help fill an open hour of prayer in our Saint
Katharine Drexel Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
Chapel.
126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
OCTOBER 19, 2014
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Monday
6:30 am
8 am
Tuesday
6:30 am
8 am
St. Paul of the Cross, Priest
Sandra Pepka
Requested by the DeCree Family
Peter Lease, Jr.
Requested by Clara & Family
Marie Czechowicz
Requested by Son & Family
Paul Mullin
Requested by the Fillenwarth Family
Wednesday
6:30 am
8 am
St. John Paul II, Pope
Mother’s Day Remembrance
Tom Reilly
Requested by wife, Pat & Family
Thursday
6:30 am
St. John of Capistrano, Priest
Donna Murray
Requested by the Geueke Family
Carolyn Schnell (Birthday Remembrance)
Requested by Leonard & Martha Mazeikas
8 am
Friday
6:30 am
8 am
Saturday
8 am
St. Anthony Mary Claret, Bishop
Sandra Pepka
Requested by Mater Dei Spring 2014
6th Grade
Hedwig Beyer
Requested by Husband, Joe & Children
Joseph Sr. & Gloria Campbell
Requested by Altar & Rosary Society
Sunday, October 26, 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7 am
Father Joseph Previtali
Requested by Annie Rex
9 am
Cecelia Rosowski
Requested by Donna & Andrew Frazier
11 am
Deceased Members of the O’Brien
Family
Requested by John & Mary McNulty
Miraculous Medal Novena Prayers follow the 8 am
Saturday Mass.
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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Please pray for the sick who carry the
cross of illness especially: Daniel Abaldo, Sister Ann Teresa, RA, Robert
Berk, 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, 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, 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:
Anthony Bellitto, Sr., Phyllis
Deever, Lester Kovacs, Helen Splan.
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
TREASURE INFORMATION
Weekly Parish collection:
October 12, 2014: $16,775*
October 13, 2013: $16,267
*Contributed in 535 envelopes and 12 loose checks.
Parish Debt Reduction collection:
October 12, 2014: $2,236
October 13, 2013: $2,654
MAJOR BILLS PAID SINCE OCTOBER 13, 2014
Assessment, Insurance, Priest Pension & Auto:
$17,168
Landscaping & Mowing: $1,461
126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
St. Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel
Cry out with joy to the Lord, all the earth. Serve the
Lord with gladness. Come before him, singing for
joy.
Psalm 100: 1-2
Come spend an hour with our Lord.
Urgent Hours of Need
Sunday, 5 pm
Thursday 7 am
For more information about becoming an adorer or
substitute, contact Sue Gillen at 215.362.8643 or
[email protected]
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 Monsignor 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: Thursday, October 23 and Tuesday, November 11 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 at 9:30 am. Wait
list only
Tuesday November 25 - American Music Theater
Christmas Show & Luncheon at the Revere Inn.
The bus leaves 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.
WE REMEMBER MASS
Saint Stanislaus Parish’s long tradition of remembering the souls of those whose funerals were celebrated
in our Church will once again be the focus of our
community’s prayer at the We Remember Eucharistic Liturgy, celebrated on Tuesday, November 4, at 7
pm. Family and friends of the deceased are invited to
join us for the Mass and reception following. Please
call Fran Mordell at the Parish Center at
215.855.3133 or e-mail [email protected] to
attend this special Mass and reception.
Pastor’s Message continued from Page 2
Transparency in practice and in operations has become a characteristic of most not-for-profits in the world
in which we live. The word in this context refers to an organization that conducts its financial activities in an open
way without secrets, so that people can trust such actions are fairly and honestly accomplished. While the Church is
not a business, we can learn from the “best practices” of the corporate world. With that in mind, next weekend,
there will be a frank presentation of the “state of the parish” from members of the Finance Committee. A portion of
the Parish bulletin will also be utilized for this purpose. Please listen to the presentations next weekend with an open
mind, as many are not public speakers in their workplaces. There was much accomplished during the fiscal year
ended June 30, 2014, but there remains more to do and concerns about trends that have been noticeable and
tracked over the last few years. For all that you continue to do for the parish, and for the sacrifices you make on its
behalf, know that I am grateful.
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HAVE A GREAT WEEK, EVERYONE!
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OCTOBER 19, 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.
MATER DEI TREK FOR TECH ~ NOVEMBER 7, 2014
Mater Dei Catholic School needs your help to raise money to enhance our technology program.
Technology is used every day at our school. We use Smartboards and projectors in each classroom
for instruction. We have two computer labs, one for formal instruction and one as a resource for
teachers to use with their whole class. Through the generosity of our benefactors, 16 desktops were
replaced with new Windows-based desktops during this past summer and the older computers were
refreshed and distributed to classrooms throughout the school. We also have iPads for teachers and students to
share. In grades 4 through 6, each student receives their own iPad to use for schoolwork and homework. This
has opened up our use of technology like never before! We do need financial support, however, to continue to
improve what we use by replacing older equipment and making purchases to stay current with 21st century
technology! So on November 7th, our students will trek to Lansdale Catholic to walk the track and raise money
for technology at Mater Dei. Would you consider supporting us by making a donation? Any amount will be
greatly appreciated- $5, $10, $15, $20, $25 or $50. Or you could donate the cost of an iPad for $379. Please
send your donation to: Mater Dei Catholic School, 493 E. Main Street, Lansdale, PA, 19446.
ATTENTION VETERANS: MATER DEI CATHOLIC SCHOOL WANTS YOU!
November 11, 2014
Please join the students of Mater Dei Catholic School on Tuesday, November 11, to honor
and pray for all veterans. All are welcome to attend a prayer service beginning at 10:15 am in
the gymnasium followed by a wreath-laying ceremony in the St. Stanislaus Parish Cemetery.
After the service, veterans and their family members are invited to enjoy our "Hoagies for Heroes" lunch. Veterans are asked to assemble in the school lobby between 10 am and 10:15 am for the processional. We look
forward to hosting veterans and families of all military branches! Please call Mater Dei Catholic School at
215.368.0995 to let us know you are coming! Thank you for your service! God Bless America!
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]
The Children need your help 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 coming to a close…
Just a reminder to families to send in your contributions through Mater Dei Catholic School or
PREP for the Fall Snack Bag Food Drive. The drive ends on October 22. Thank you in advance to
all who are participating in this important work of charity!
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE TWENTY-NINTH 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
MANNA SERVICE 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 21. Contact Mrs. Dominick; Permission Form required.
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.
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]
NEWS FROM AREA HIGH SCHOOLS
Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School
 Open House ~ Today, 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 ~ Today, 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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OCTOBER 19, 2014
BAPTISM: MORE THAN A BATH AND PARTY
Jesus commanded His disciples to go out and baptize
all Nations. The Catechism calls the sacrament of
Baptism “the basis of the whole Christian Life and
the gateway to life in the Spirit” (1213). Although
each Christian shares in the sacrament, we often forget that we have passed thru this spiritual gateway.
All are welcome to attend a presentation by Father
John Masson at Nativity of our Lord Parish Conference Center, located behind the Church at 625 W.
Street Road in Warminster, on November 12 from
9:30 am to 2 pm. Discuss and meditate on the effects
of this beautiful Sacrament and how we can pass
through the gateway and build our spiritual lives on
the strongest of foundations. Mass will be celebrated.
Father John Masson has been serving as the Parochial Vicar at Nativity of Our Lord Parish since his ordination in 2012. During his studies at St. Charles
Borromeo Seminary he earned a Masters of Divinity
and a Master of Arts in Systematic Theology.
ARCHBISHOP'S LECTURE SERIES:
HOW THE WEST REALLY LOST GOD
The Archbishop's Lecture Series welcomes Mary
Eberstadt, Senior Fellow for the Ethics and Public
Policy Center, who will speak on: “How the West
Really Lost God, on Monday, November 17, at 7 pm
at St. Charles Seminary in Wynnewood. The cost to
attend is $5. For more information or to register
please visit: www.phillyevang.org/lectures.
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 21: Theology on Tap at Appalachian Brewing Co., Collegeville
at 7:30 pm; October 28: Adoration at Mary Mother
of the Redeemer Church at 7:30pm.
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WORRIED?
Ever wished for a way to stop worrying or for fears
and anxieties to leave you? When you listen to Scripture, do you wonder if it is even possible not to worry? Author Gary Zimak writes that anxiety can be a
blessing. If you think this sounds crazy, then his
book, A Worrier’s Guide to the Bible is for you! Meet
the author on Thursday, October 23 from 7 pm to
8:30 pm at Corpus Christi Parish Center, and consider what the Word of God teaches us on the subject
of worry in times of confusion, despair, doubt, fear,
persecution, sickness, and troubles. Books by the author will be available for purchase. Please register at
[email protected]
SPIRITUAL DIRECTION:
A MINISTRY FOR JUST MINDS AND OPEN HEARTS
How can spiritual direction be a ministry of heart
and mind, justice and compassion? This evening will
be dedicated to the mutual pondering of this question
as a matter of faith and competency for the practice
of spiritual direction. This program is designed both
for experienced Spiritual Directors and for those interested in or contemplating spiritual direction for
themselves and takes place Monday, November 3
from 5 to 9 pm at Cranaleith Spiritual Center, 13475
Proctor Road in Philadelphia. Register by email
([email protected]) or phone (215.934.6206). Directions available at www.cranaleith.org. The cost is
$35 and includes dinner. The presenter is Kathleen
McAlpin, RSM. Kathleen McAlpin, RSM is the
chair of the coordinating council of Spiritual Directors International. She has experience forming both
spiritual directors and supervisors at universities in
Canada and throughout the U.S. Sister Kathleen is
an adjunct professor at Creighton University in the
Spiritual Direction Program.
SOLEMN MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA
The Shrine of the Miraculous Medal, 500 E. Chelten
Avenue in Germantown, will host their Annual Solemn Novena (Nine Days of Prayer, November 17 to
25 with Fr. Michael Whalen, C.M. The Theme is:
“The Hail Mary: Prayer of Angels, Saints, and Sinners.” Mass, homily and Novena prayers at 7 am, 9
am, & 12 pm daily except Sunday. Novena prayers,
Homily & Benediction in afternoons and evenings.
Confessions heard on Mondays and Thursday. Free
and secure parking is always available. Visit
www.MiraculousMedal.org for details.
126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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World Meeting of Families is coming to
Philadelphia in September 2015!
Learn about the World Meeting of Families, get
involved, or get your copy of the official Catechesis at: WorldMeeting2015.org
You can also “Light a Candle” with your Intentions or sign up for our newsletter. Like us on Facebook at “World Meeting of Families 2015” &
follow us on Twitter @WMF2015.
RACHEL’S VINEYARD RETREATS
Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild
and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Weekend
retreats offer a supportive, confidential and nonjudgmental environment where women and men can
express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive
emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal
and healing. Call 215.906.6337 or 610.399.0890 for
information on upcoming retreats. All contacts are
confidential. More information is available at the national website: www.rachelsvineyard.org.
REDISCOVER THE LOVE IN YOUR MARRIAGE
The Retrouvaille Marriage Program is a Catholic
based program that offers help for struggling marriages. Thousands of couples have successfully saved
their marriages by attending a Retrouvaille weekend
and the six post sessions that follow. Retrouvaille is
not just a social gathering or series of seminars, but
rather a way to rediscover and rekindle the loving
relationship in your marriage. For more information
visit www.HelpOurMarriage.com, or call
1.800.470.2230. All inquires are kept strictly confidential.
TELEVISION MASS
Watch the Mass Sunday mornings at 5:30
am on WPVI-TV, Channel 6.
It is rebroadcast each Sunday at 9 am
and 5 pm on DT 2, Channel 6 digital,
and at 10 am on LaSalle University 56.
The Archdiocese thanks Channel 6 for its
generosity in broadcasting
the television Mass.
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WPVI-TV Channel 6 now offers
WATCH ABC, a benefit brought to you
by 6ABC and participating providers at
no additional cost. Just enter your TV
provider account information to log in
and get the live stream of the televised
Mass.
DISCERNMENT RETREAT
Young women (18-35) are invited to join us for this
retreat which focuses on the IHM Charism and the
importance of listening to God's call and discovering
the many ways that God speaks to us. November 1416, 6 pm Friday to 1 pm Sunday at the Villa Maria
House of Studies at Immaculata. Time will be included for personal and communal prayer as well as
the opportunity to interact with the Sisters in Formation. Contact: [email protected] or 610.889.1553.
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Give yourself and your spouse time away from the
pressures of work and everyday responsibilities. Enrich your relationship by attending a Worldwide
Marriage Encounter Weekend. The next Encounter
Weekend is November 21 to 23 in Doylestown. For
more information visit www.wwme-philly.org or contact Al & Mary Liz Heumann at [email protected] or 610.449.1859.
If a Prenatal Diagnosis is poor, you are not alone. Lily's Gift is a network of concerned parents and professionals who have experienced or worked closely with issues surrounding poor prenatal diagnosis. A collaboration of
the Office for Persons with Disabilities, Catholic Social Services and the Office of Life and Family, this service
can provide a peer support team to assist couples during this critical time. For support call Sr. Kathleen
Schipani at 215.587.3530 or Kathleen Bevenour at 215.945.2550 or email [email protected]
For more information about a Catholic response to PPD visit: www.LilysGift.org or www.benotafraid.net.
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
OCTOBER 19, 2014
XXIX DOMINGO ORDINARIO - 19 DE OCTUBRE DE 2014
El Domingo Mundial de las Misiones
“El que ama, da… da cosas, da vida, se da a sí mismo a Dios y a los demás”. - Papa Francisco
Ustedes brillan como estrellas en el universo, enseñándoles la palabra de Vida. (Filipenses 2, 15-16)
Intención de la misa: (Para ofrecer una misa por una intención anunciada, hable con Padre Forlano)
Lecturas del Domingo
1) Isaías 45, 1. 4-6 Salmo 95, 1 y 3. 4-5. 7-8. 9-10a y c Aclamen la gloria y el poder del Señor 2) 1 Tesalonicenses 1, 1-5 3) Mateo 22, 15-21
¿Cómo anunciamos el evangelio a la gente de nuestro tiempo?
El testimonio de vida. Para la Iglesia el primer medio de evangelización consiste en un testimonio de vida auténticamente cristiana,
entregada a Dios en una comunión que nada debe interrumpir y a la
vez consagrada igualmente al prójimo con un celo sin límites. "El
hombre contemporáneo escucha más a gusto a los que dan testimonio
que a los que enseñan —decíamos recientemente a un grupo de
seglares—, o si escuchan a los que enseñan, es porque dan testimonio". San Pedro lo expresaba bien cuando exhortaba a una vida pura y
respetuosa, para que si alguno se muestra rebelde a la palabra, sea
ganado por la conducta. Será sobre todo mediante su conducta, mediante su vida, como la Iglesia evangelizará al mundo, es decir, mediante un testimonio vivido de fidelidad a Jesucristo, de pobreza y desapego de los bienes materiales, de libertad frente a los poderes del
mundo, en una palabra de santidad.
- Beato Pablo VI, Exhortación Apostólica, “Evangelii Nuntiandi”
La actividad misionera de la Iglesia comienza con la proclamación de
fe: “¡Jesús es Señor!” Él es la esperanza que tenemos en común, una
esperanza que salva. En el Domingo Mundial de las Misiones, estamos llamados de una manera especial a ser misioneros a través de la
oración y la participación en la Eucaristía, y al dar generosamente a la
colecta para la Sociedad para la Propagación de la Fe. En un mundo
en el que tanto nos divide, el Domingo Mundial de las Misiones se
goza en nuestra unidad como misioneros. Y brinda una oportunidad
para apoyar la presencia vivificante de la Iglesia entre los necesitados
en más de 1,150 diócesis misioneras. Gracias por su generosidad a la
colecta hoy.
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
SANACIÓN POST-ABORTO
Si usted o alguien que usted conoce está sufriendo después de un
aborto, ayuda que no juzga confidencial está disponible : Tema
Serie del Proyecto Raquel nacional gratuito artículo: 888-456HOPE (-4673) o visite HopeAfterAbortion.org .Los hispanohablantes pueden visitar www.esperanzaposaborto.org
¿Cómo le devolveré al Señor todo el bien que me ha hecho?
(Salmo 116:12)
10/12/14 - Colecta: $382.56 Asistentes:115
¡Gracias por su generosidad! ¿Es mi ofrenda una señal de agradecimiento a Dios y una participación en su caridad?
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Por favor, rueguen por los enfermos. Aurora Millan, Carlos Be-
navides, Max Ho Morales, 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. Escriba 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
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]
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]
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