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St. Ann Parish
“To Grow in Grace Through Jesus Christ”
FEAST OF THE HOLY FAMILY
• 502 South Main Street
Phoenixville, PA 19460
• Phone: 610-933-3732
• Fax: 610-935-7958
• [email protected]
• www.churchofsaintann.org •
Facebook St. Ann Parish Phoenixville
Pastor
Rev. John J. Newns
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 610-933-3732
Retired Priest in Residence
Rev. Joseph A. Heim, M.M.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 610-933-1733
Deacon Daniel T. Giblin
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 610-952-3765
Holy Family School
610-933-7562
Principal-Ann Marie Braca
www.myholyfamilyschool.org
Chapel
Liturgy & Sacramental Preparation
Madelyn O’Hara,
610-639-0923
[email protected]
PREP Julie Prichett,
610-755-1077
[email protected]
Youth Ministry
610-304-6222
Brett Illig, [email protected]
Spiritual Ministry
610-416-5431
Sr. Marie Rose Gibson, R.S.M.
Pastoral Associate
215-866-6516
Sr. Rose Marie Martell, MSBT
[email protected]
Music Ministry
610-933-3732
Tom Denny, [email protected]
Business Manager
610-933-3732
Lisa Burghardt
[email protected]
DECEMBER 28, 2014
604 South Main Street
Sunday Masses:
7:30, 9:30, 11:30 AM & 6:00 PM
Sacred Heart Church
148 Church Street
Saturday: 3:45 - 4:30 PM Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday: 5:00 PM Vigil Mass
Weekdays and Holy Days
Mass schedule listed in the bulletin
CEMETERIES
St. Ann: 305 W. Pothouse Road, Hours 8 AM - 3PM
Sacred Heart: 1261 Fillmore Street
Church Main Street & Third Avenue
Church is open:
Mon - Fri: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat: 9:00 AM - Noon
WEEKLY DEVOTIONS IN CHURCH
Rosary: Monday thru Thursday 7:35 AM
Miraculous Medal Novena: Tues after 8:00 AM Mass
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Tues after 8:00 AM
Mass or call the Rectory to make an appointment.
Infant of Prague Novena: Wednesday 7:55 AM
Eucharistic Adoration: Wednesday 8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
CONTACT THE LITURGY AND SACRAMENTAL
PREPARATION OFFICE AT 610-639-0923 FOR:
CONTACT THE RECTORY FOR THE FOLLOWING
AT 610-933-3732
PARISH OFFICE BUSINESS HOURS - 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM,
BAPTISM - Parents of children to be baptized are required to
Mon - Fri. Submit all bulletin materials by Noon Monday.
attend a Pre-Jordan session. Please make arrangements well
CHANGES in address or phone number.
in advance of the birth of your child.
MARRIAGE - Make arrangements one year in advance.
PARISH REGISTRATION takes place in the Rectory after the
RCIA - To become a fully initiated member of the Catholic 11:30 AM Mass.
Church.
EUCHARISTIC MINISTRY - Eucharist is brought to those
PREP CLASSES - All public school students Grades K-6 are
expected to participate in PREP (Parish Religious Education
Program). Classes are held on Sundays from 10:45 AM 12:05 PM and Tuesdays from 6:25 - 7:45 PM.
Call Julie at 610-755-1077.
unable to come to Mass because of sickness or age.
ANOINTING OF PEOPLE WHO ARE SICK - In the event of
an emergency contact the Rectory at any time. Anointings
can be requested before a planned hospital visit.
FROM THE PASTOR
“MERRY CHRISTMAS” - We’re still greeting one another with
these words because Christmas is a Season. The prophetic or
counter-cultural aspect of being connected to Jesus is vividly
expressed in our rather subdued and somber pre-Christmas
gatherings followed by our rather bright, joyful and extended
post-Christmas celebrations. Today we continue our celebration
and our unpacking of the mystery of the Messiah's entering
human history with the Feast of the Holy Family.
A Pregnant Moment
Nine months from now, the world will be coming to Philadelphia to focus on the gift of family
life and how this basic blessing can be strengthened as well as how those who are without the
support of family can be supported and included. This global gathering celebrating the
importance of the family carries such weight that Pope Francis will be coming both to endorse
and to be part of this eighth World Meeting of Families.
The Vatican’s Pontifical Council on the Family, along with our own Archdiocese of
Philadelphia, have prepared a number of resources to help us get ready to participate fruitfully
in the WMOF, and I encourage each of our members and each of our families to take
advantage of these excellent resources.
Holy Family School
As we celebrate today the Feast of the Holy Family, we remember especially our dedicated
principal, faculty, staff of Holy Family School who serve our families throughout the year.
We are blessed through Holy Family School and we pray that HFS will be blessed in the New
Year. We acknowledge also our parishioners who contribute a subsidy to each student
attending HFS.
Fr. Heim, Deacon Giblin, Sr. Marie Rose Gibson RSM, Sr. Rose Marie Martell, MSBT and I
wish the blessings of a happy, healthy, and holy New Year to all of our parishioners. We pray
that each one of us will be open to the grace God is offering us in the Year of Grace 2015.
NEW EYES FOR NEW YEAR’S DAY - When we are gathered by Christ for Mass this
Thursday, we will be invited to enter into The Mystery via three liturgical lenses specific to
January 1st, namely:
The Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God
The Octave Day of Christmas
The World Day of Prayer for Peace
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WORLD DAY OF PEACE 2015—SLAVES NO MORE, BUT BROTHERS AND SISTERS
For the 2015 World Day of Peace this Thursday, January 1, Pope Francis
challenges all of us to recognize every other person as a brother or sister with Godgiven dignity. Such recognition, he says, will lead to peace.
When we recognize the dignity of others, we will feel compelled to work for an end
to all that exploits and enslaves them, such as human trafficking, trade in migrants
and prostitutes, exploitation, slave labor, and the enslavement of women and
children. These things, Pope Francis says, are a fatal running sore on the flesh of Christ.
To address these assaults on the dignity of our exploited and enslaved brothers and sisters, we must
assist victims and address the problems and issues that create conditions ripe for exploitation.
Catholics in the United States can join the U.S. Catholic bishops and Catholic Relief Services as they
work to help victims of exploitation and slavery and address root causes, such as poverty and lack of
opportunity, conflict, corruption, demand in developed nations for services of the sex trade and forced
labor, poor regulation of industries most susceptible to trafficking (such as the agricultural, domestic,
hospitality, and service industries), and lack of anti-human trafficking laws and enforcement of such
laws where they do exist.
You can join us in answering Pope Francis’ call to build a civilization based on the equal dignity of
every person. For ideas on how we can be peacemakers visit www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/human
-life-and-dignity/war-and-peace/world-day-of-peace.cfm.
NATIONAL MIGRATION WEEK 2015: JANUARY 4-10
As we remember Joseph, Mary and Jesus were refugees who migrated to a foreign land
(Egypt), the Catholic Church in the USA will celebrate National Migration Week starting next
Sunday.
The theme this year is, "We are One Family Under God," which brings to mind the
importance of family in our daily lives. This reminder is particularly important when dealing with
the migration phenomenon, as family members are too often separated from one another. For
more information and an assortment of resources go to www.usccb.org/about/mirgration-andrefugee-services/national-migration-week.
LOVING FATHER,
remembering that the Holy Family fled violence and
lived for a time as refugees, we ask that you protect all
refugee families fleeing persecution, and provide them
a place of safety and comfort.
PADRE AMOROSO,
al recordar que la Sagrada Familia huyó de la
violencia y que vivió durante un tiempo en el exilio,
te pedimos que protejas a todas las familias que
huyendo de la persecución buscan refugio, y les
proporciones un lugar seguro y acogedor.
For children who are making perilous journeys, often
alone and without the protection of loved ones, we ask
that you reunite them with their families and protect
them from violence on the journey.
Por los niños que viajan en medio de tantos
peligros, a menudo solos y sin la protección de sus
seres queridos, te pedimos que los reúnas con sus
familias y los protejas de la violencia en el camino.
For all migrants, that they not feel compelled to
migrate but have opportunities in their homeland
where they can thrive and live fully human lives.
Por todos los emigrantes, para que no se sientan
obligados a emigrar, sino que encuentren
oportunidades en su tierra natal donde puedan
prosperar y vivir una vida plenamente humana.
Open our hearts so that we may provide hospitality for
those who come in search of refuge through our Lord
Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you
in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and
ever. Amen.
Abre nuestro corazón para que podamos ofrecer
hospitalidad a aquellos que vienen en busca de
refugio. Por nuestro Señor Jesucristo, tu Hijo, que
vive y reina contigo en la unidad del Espíritu Santo
y es Dios por los siglos de los siglos. Amén.
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THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 28, 2014
FEAST OF THE HOLY FAMILY
SUNDAY
Feast of the Holy Family
FRIDAY
St. Basil the Great/
St. Gregory Nazianzen
7:30 AM Mass in Chapel
9:30 AM Mass in Chapel
11:30 AM Mass in Chapel
6:00 PM Mass in Chapel
Happy Feast Day – We
want to keep our neighbors
in St. Basil the Great
Parish in our prayers this Friday on the occasion of
the Memorial of their patron saint.
NO Children’s Liturgy of the Word, PREP
and Sr. High Youth Group
Aid for Friends will continue as usual.
9:00 AM - Rosary Makers Guild (Church Hall)
Casseroles for St. John’s Hospice
due this Friday by 10:00 AM
back porch of the Rectory
At the 1:00 PM Baptisms in Chapel today we will
welcome Allison Fusco, Madelyn Mariella Greco and
Marcelo Antonio Roberto Peck into the Church and
our parish community through the sacrament of
Baptism.
SATURDAY
Holy Name of Jesus
MONDAY
5th Day in Octave of Christmas
Memorial of Bishop St. Thomas Becket
7:00 AM - Men’s Bible Study (Church Hall)
3:45 PM - Confessions (Sacred Heart Church)
9:00 AM Mass in St. Ann Chapel
Vigil of The Solemnity of The Epiphany of the Lord
5:00 PM Mass in Sacred Heart Church
7:30 PM - Legion of Mary (Church Hall 2)
TUESDAY
6th Day in Octave of Christmas
THIS WEEK’S SCRIPTURES
Gen 15:1-6;21:1-3/Heb 11:8,11-12,17-19/
Lk 2:22-40
Mon: 1 Jn 2:3-11/Lk 2:22-35
Tues: 1 Jn 2:12-17/Lk 2:36-40
Wed: 1 Jn 2:18-21/Jn 1:1-18
Thu: Nm 6:22-27/Gal 4:4-7/Lk 2:16-21
Fri:
1 Jn 2:22-28/Jn 1:19-28
Sat:
1 Jn 2:29—3:6/Jn 1:29-34
Next
Sun: Is 60:1-6/Eph 3:2-3a,5-6/Mt 2:1-12
Sun:
9:00 AM Mass in St. Ann Chapel
WEDNESDAY
7th Day in Octave of Christmas
Memorial of Pope St. Sylvester I
9:00 AM Mass in St. Ann Chapel
Vigil of the Octave Day of Christmas
Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
5:30 PM Mass in St. Ann Chapel
THURSDAY
Vigil of The Octave Day of Christmas
The Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
Table Fellowship for the
Week of December 28
9:00 AM Mass in St. Ann Chapel
If you or anyone you know could use a
hot meal and some company this week, you are invited to St. Peter’s Church, 121 Church St. to the
Table for:
Our Parish Business Office will be
closed this Thursday, January 1st for
New Year’s Day. If you need a priest,
please phone the rectory and Fr.
Newns will get back to you as he is
able.
Lunch - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Friday (No Lunch on New Year’s Day)
Noon to 1:00 PM
Breakfast- Saturday
9:00 - 11:00 PM
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UPCOMING EVENTS
NEW HOURS
A SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM
will be offered at St. Ann’s for
children aged 3 and 4 beginning
February 8 through March 29.
The class will be held in Holy
Family School’s Pre-School room during the 9:30 AM
Mass and will last one hour or when Mass is over.
Parents/guardians may drop off their child before
Mass and then pick up their child at the end of Mass.
Even though the class is only one hour, a variety of
lessons and activities will be taught each week. The
main focus of the program will be to teach the
Sunday Gospel message, which will help create the
foundation for preschoolers to begin their lifetime of
learning about their faith. The fee for eight classes is
$35. Children need to be potty-trained before the first
class. Spots are limited so please register early. If
you should have any questions or you would like to
register, contact Madelyn O’Hara at 610-639-0923 or
[email protected]
NEW HOURS - As of January 1, St
Ann Church will be open Monday
through Friday from 7:00 AM until
3:00 PM, with extended hours on
Wednesday for Eucharistic
Adoration. The Church will not be
open on Saturday.
EPIPHANY – Next Sunday we will
celebrate the Solemnity of the
Epiphany of the Lord. Epiphany
means manifestation. Is the Lord
manifest to us?
How? When?
Where? In whom? With whom? Is
there something we need to contribute to the
encounter in order to perceive God’s presence and
action?
VIETNAMESE MASS & SOCIAL – Fr. Peter Quinn
will preside at Mass for the Vietnamese Community
next Sunday at noon in St. Ann Church followed by a
social in the Church Hall.
Coming to St. Ann’s in February, 2015
CATHOLIC’S DIVORCE HEALING
PROGRAM - St. Ann’s is pleased to
announce the beginning of an exciting,
new DVD ministry for men and women
who have suffered from divorce: The
Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide. The twelve-week
program features thirty-minute DVD presentations
each week that cover topics of shock, denial, anger,
grief, guilt, forgiveness, money, the courts, the kids,
the ex-spouse, annulment, dating, sexuality,
spirituality, remarriage or staying single, and much
more.
Experts in the series include some of the best and
brightest teachers, counselors, and authors in
Catholic media: Rose Sweet (series producer and
author of Healing the Divorced Heart), Dr. Ray
Guarendi (Catholic psychologist, author, and EWTN
talk show host), Fr. Mitch Pacwa (EWTN host and a
child of divorce), Fr. Donald Calloway (Catholic priest,
popular speaker and child of divorce), Christopher
West (theologian and teacher of Pope John Paul II’s
Theology of the Body), and Fr. Steve Porter, a
Catholic priest and seasoned spiritual director. The
DVD series also includes Catholic men and women
who share their gut-wrenching but inspiring stories of
divorce and recovery. For more information, please
contact Madelyn O’Hara at 610-639-0923 or
[email protected]
will take place
next Sunday after the 11:30 Mass in the
Rectory.
SPECIAL COLLECTION – Archbishop
Chaput has asked us to cooperate with
an initiative from the United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops to
support the work going on within the Church to combat
the ebola virus. All funds with go to Catholic Relief
Services (CRS) to:
General: spread information on how to avoid
contracting the virus
Liberia: reopen and bring to full capacity a major
Catholic health facility that closed when many
of the staff died of ebola.
Sierra Leone:
support efforts to bury the
dangerously infectious bodies of the deceased
in a safe manner that respects all customs and
cultures.
We will take up this special collection for the relief of
those suffering from ebola on the weekend of Sunday
January 11.
We have placed special yellow “EMERGENCY
RELIEF” envelopes near the doors of our worship
sites, and we ask you to use one of these envelopes if
you are able to contribute to this effort.
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Want to save some time and money
while helping St. Ann Parish in the
process? Consider using Direct Deposit
for your weekly Sunday donation. St. Ann’s
offers a Direct Debit program whereby your
total monthly (Sunday) contribution is
automatically deducted from your
designated account on the 15th of each month.
There is no fee to use this service. Sign up forms
may be found on our Chapel shelves or call the
Rectory for more information.
“WHO
IS
MY
NEIGHBOR?” - All
money
contributed
through our Parish Poor Boxes this Advent and
Christmas Season will be sent to the Good
Samaritan Shelter here in our own town.
2014 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
If you would like to receive a statement for
tax purposes contact the Rectory at
610-933-3732
or
email
[email protected] after December 31.
If you use the monthly direct debit program and you
are uncomfortable as the collection basket passes
you, feel free to place an empty envelope marked
‘direct debit’ into the basket.
Also, you may contact your Bank or Credit Union to
use the Bill Payer service they offer. Many financial
institutions offer this service for free. No more writing
checks!
ST. ANN PARISH HOMEWORK
CLUB is looking for 2 tutors
(3 hrs/wk) from 3:00 to 4:30 PM in
St. Ann Church Hall. If interested
please call Sr. Rose Marie Martell
at 215-866-6516.
NEED A RIDE - HOPE volunteers drive people in
need to appointments or on essential errands,
Monday - Friday, 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Schedule a ride
4 days in advance.
HOPE CAPTAINS:
Dec. 16–31: Pat Solomon at 610-933-8693
Jan. 1 - 15: MaryAnn Fennell at 610-933-1058
Jan. 16 - 31: Howard Gordon at 215-316-1982
REMEMBER OUR SICK
Alicia Andrews, David Annable, Gioconda Annable, Chad
Berish, Beth Booth, Ashley Rose Bukay, Ed Cain, Leroy
Campbell, Dave Cocci, Angeline Costello, John Daly, Joe
Demyan, Michael DiArcangelo, Lucille Dickson, Lida
Dickinson, Lucille Dickson, Barbara Douglas, Marie Dvorak,
Tom Fedick, Daniel Flores, Maria Foerster, Chris Fuga, Ryan
Gerhold, Joe Gibson, Gordon Gladden, Desiree F.
Hennessey, Jean Hoffman, Joseph Hohenleitner, Angela
Hogan, Michael J. Hudak, Jeanette Jelus, Ann Johnson, Irene
King, John Koch, Theresa Kraynak, Irene Layden, Denise
Long, Ray Long, Claire Maestrale, Pat Malarkey, Steve and
Joanne Mardi, Marie Marosek, Helen McElroy, Rebecca
Melvin, Ann Metscher, Ron Motzer, Gary Moyer, Tom Moyer,
Diane Murray, Karen Nesspor, Georgene O’Donnell, Marcelo
Opiela, Steve Pannella, Cindy Patton, Joan Pendergast,
Sherman Perkins, Dianne Litishin Ponzio, Anne Winnick
Rabenold, Christine Radoiss, Katherine Raggazino, Jerry
Ratchford, John Riegel, Linda Rodenbaugh, Raymond
Rodenbaugh, Robert Scarangi, Pat Scott, Helen Shoemaker,
Lee Shrawder, Margaret Sim, Jane Sloan, James Smith,
Johnna Solomon, Ronald Spitz Sr., Eleanor Stecz, Marc
Stevenson, Debbie Stonier, Aly Taylor, Ethel Thomas, Glenn
Thomas, Lisa Toscani, Don Troncelliti, Helen Twargoski, Doris
Valerio, Jeff Vance, Joe Vargo, Charles Wertz, Paul Wright,
our homebound, parishioners in Nursing Homes, Hospitals
and all serving in the Armed Forces.
Necesita un “RIDE” - Nuestro Ministerio HOPE tiene
voluntaries disponibles para llevarlo a citas
esenciales de lunes a liernes, de 7 AM a 4 PM. Para
coordinar esta actividad por favor llame a Rosa
Padilla al 484-302-6056 con 4 días de anticipación.
AID FOR FRIENDS - If you can assist us by creating
single-serving meals with leftovers for the
homebound in our community, you can pick up
empty trays and supplies and meals can be
dropped off at:
602 S. Main St.
Sunday 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
and 5:30 - 7:00 PM
For more information call Kate at 610-933-3814 or
[email protected]
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