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Saint Mary of Sorrows Church
Parish Center • 5222 Sideburn Road • Fairfax, VA 22032
Historic Church • Fairfax Station Road & Ox Road (Route 123) • Fairfax Station, VA 22039
Phone 703-978-4141 • FAX 703-978-2568 • Website www.stmaryofsorrows.org
Weekend Mass Schedule
Worship Center
Sat: 5:00 pm
Sun: 7:30, 9:00, & 11:00 am, & 12:30 pm
& 5:00 pm September through May
Historic Church
Sun: 9:30 am
Daily Mass Schedule
Worship Center
Mon - Sat: 9:15 am
Morning Prayer: 9:00 am
Adoration
Monday, Wednesday & Friday begins after the
9:15 Mass until 11:45
First Friday All Night Adoration begins after the
9:15 Mass
Historic Church
Mon - Fri: 6:30 am
Holy Day Schedule - Worship Center
Vigil Mass: 7 pm; Holy Day: 6:30, 9:15 am, 7 pm
Confessions
Worship Center
Sat: 3:30 to 4:30 pm
Mon: 10 am
Wed: 6:30 to 7:00 pm
First Sunday of every month after Mass
Anointing /Visits to the Sick
Duty Priest 703-978-4141, ext. 1.
Parish Center Office Hours
Mon - Thurs: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Fri: 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
Sat: 9 am - 6:15 pm
Sun: 8:00 am - 2 pm
Registration
Please register at the Parish Center Office so that
we can serve you more effectively. Your use of
online Parish Giving or envelopes helps us to
assess our resources and to plan for the future.
Inquiry (R.C.I.A.)
Fr. James Barkett at 703-978-4141, ext. 15.
Travelers: www.Masstimes.org
St. Mary of Sorrows is a caring Catholic community
dedicated to living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We
Listen to the Word of God; Draw our life from the Liturgy;
Promote the sanctity of life; Proclaim the good news of the Gospel;
Serve others in a spirit of truth; Nourish through education;
Commit ourselves to proclaiming and promoting social justice.
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Counselors
Mary Ellen Ruff, LPC, ATR-BC
703-303-4983
Kathleen E. Scheg, JD, LPC, CEEP
703-568-0525
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PARISH LIFE
MASS INTENTIONS
Sunday, December 28
For the People, Gloria Seliquini †,
Ron Leoni †, David Wedding †,
(HC) Mary Ann Sehlstedt (healing)
Monday, December 29
Lauria Burke †
Tuesday, December 30
Richard Witter (Birthday)
Wednesday, December 31
Dorothy Jackson †, (7 pm) Steven Waalkes †
Thursday, January 1
(Midnight) For the People, The Lenaburg Family
(11 am) Carlos E. Rivera †
Friday, January 2
Albert Sehlstedt, Jr. †, Agnes Rice
Saturday, January 3
Laura Murphy †, Ronald Leoni †
Sunday, January 4
Flo-Hil Lewis, For the People,
Nicolasa David †, Sean Copeland †,
Aquilina Todio, (HC) Mary Lou Sleevi †
Schedule Changes
There is NO 6:30am Mass in the Historic Church on December
29th, 30th, 31st or January 1st. There is no interruption of the
9:15am Mass during the holidays. There is NO Adoration on
December 26th or 31st. There WILL BE Adoration on December
29th and Confession at the usual time. There are NO 6:30 pm
Wednesday Confessions on Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve.
New Year’s Eve
You are all invited to join Father Barkett
as he rings in the New Year with a
Midnight Mass at the Historic Church on
December 31st at midnight. The Mass
will be proceeded by a Holy Hour that
begins at 11:00 pm. Seating is limited so plan accordingly.
St. Mary’s Ladies, Beat the Post Christmas Blues!
Join us for laughs and fun as we try to follow three ladies of the
parish as they direct us in easy chair Yoga and Line Dancing. Dress
casually for a couple of hours of light activity, socializing and
snacking at Old St. Mary’s Hall on Friday, January 9th, at 7:30 pm.
An Invitation to Inactive Catholics
We extend a warm invitation to all inactive Catholics to take another look at the Catholic Church through a program called Landings.
It is designed to hear your story, discuss your concerns, provide
information on Catholic teaching and help you explore the possibility of returning to the practice of your faith. Participants will
meet for 8 weeks at St. Mary’s on Tuesday evenings beginning
March 17, 2015. For more information and to register contact
Sandy Dominick, 703-830-4708, [email protected], or Ann
Leggio, 703-818-8618, [email protected]
READINGS
Sun:
Mon:
Tues:
Wed:
Thu:
Fri:
Sat:
Sun:
Sir 3:2-6, 12-14................Col 3:12-21
Lk 2:22-40
1 Jn 2:3-11.......................Lk 2:22-35
1 Jn 2:12-17.....................Lk 2:36-40
1 Jn 2:18-21.....................Jn 1:1-18
Nm 6:22-27......................Gal 4:4-7
Lk 2:16-21
1 Jn 2:22-28.....................Jn 1:19-28
1 Jn 2:29–3:6--4:6 ...........Jn 1:29-34
Is 60:1-60 ........................Eph 3:2–5:6
Mt 2:1-12
“Let the peace of Christ control your hearts; let the word of
Christ dwell in you richly.”
Col 3: 15A, 16A
LITURGY
DONATIONS
Donations for the Week of December 14th
Total
Building Fund
Capital Improvements
Immaculate Conception
Christmas
Christmas Floral Memorials
Additional Collections
Catholic Charities
Samaritan Fund
Holiday Fund
Intentions of Pope Francis
$59,388.52
$38,906.88
$1,172.00
$2,340.69
$2,190.00
$699.00
$6,469.65
$2,015.40
$1,065.00
Let us unite our prayers with those of the whole
church by praying for the Holy Father’s intentions
for January.
Universal: That those from diverse religious traditions and all
people of good will may work together for peace.
Evangelization: That in this year dedicated to consecrated life,
religious men and women may rediscover the joy of following
Christ and strive to serve the poor with zeal.
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Please Pray for the Sick
Taize Holy Hour Special Intentions
Clay Wilson, Rev. Andrew W. Krafcik, Mary Chiarodo, Carol Dwyer,
Maria Commins, Marge McMahon, Grace Lisenby, Jean Capps, Eric
Jones, Andrea Baker, Mary Pat Lane, Amelia Schmidt, Toni Morris,
Corine Frassa, Joan Duffey, John Tedreck, Joanne Benner, Antonia
Bambauer, Michael Hannigan, Kathy Archer, Hellen Metzler, James and
Martha Mullaney, Lisa Anderson, Diane Anderson, Ann Anderson,
George Bonina Jr., Lena Restivo, Joe Anderson, Paul Anderson, Tom
Copeland, Joanie Evans, Lynn Jones, Cathy Jones, Maria Cabrera, Tony
Cabrera, Lorraine Jakub, Lois Chase, Kathy Prindle, Heidi Cornwell, Pat
Seiler, Walter Patronik, Philippe and Christina Cordoba, Greg Neifert,
Eileen Neifert, Alex Green, Kenneth Telesca, Virginia MacLauchlan,
Maggie Otal, Carlos Otal, Lilly Morris, Courtney Lenaburg, Robbie
Pirhalla, Austin Ruby, and those in our book of prayers.
Our customary First Friday Taize Holy Hour will now have a special intention to accompany any personal intentions you may have.
This prayer time is one accompanied with soothing repetitive
music, the lighting of a candle to represent your intention, the
reading of a scripture verse and short reflection by one of our
priests. Confessions are available after the reflection. The special
intention for January is the Homeless.
Epiphany Water Blessing
The Epiphany Water blessing will be held on Monday, January 5th,
at 7:00 pm in the Worship Center. Bring your water in gallon or large
containers as the priest must bless each one individually. Also, please
write your name on all your containers as there will be many bottles
on the table. As you may remember from prior years, this is a special blessing that is only allowed to be used on one evening of the
year. The priests will bless any St. Benedict Medals with the unique
blessing attributed to this medal. You may also bring other articles
of devotion such as candles, rosaries, etc to be blessed as well.
Anointing of the Sick
This Sunday, December 28th, we will have the “Anointing of the
Sick” after the 12:30pm Mass. After Father greets the parishioners
in the foyer he will return to anoint you. Please sit in the first rows
of the main part of the Worship Center as the priest needs to reach
you in order to administer the sacrament.
Liturgy Ministries Morning of Reflection
All volunteers involved in the liturgy such as Extraordinary Ministers,
Lectors, Ushers, Altar Guild, Choir Members, Wedding Coordinators,
Environment Support, and Sunday Hospitality are invited to attend a
Morning of Reflection on January 10th at St. Bellarmine Chapel on
the George Mason Campus. We’ll begin at 8:30 am with the Rosary.
Please RSVP to your designated people by January 5th.
Thank You
As you enjoy the decorations in the Worship
Center and Historic Church during the holidays
please know that our volunteers contribute
many hours to provide this for you. The Advent
and Christmas season is a time of hyper activity and without their
faithful, generous help, very little of this would be possible. Please
keep them in your prayers.
A Note to the
Children's Choir and SMOSco:
A huge thank you to all of the very talented
children and youth who helped with all of the St. Mary's
Christmas Masses and Festivities this past month! Your talents
were very appreciated during this special time of year. An
equally big thanks goes out to all of the many parents and volunteers who helped make all of these events possible; without
you we could not have made it all happen!
Liturgy Ministries and Staff
Thank you to our priests, deacons and all the support people that
are needed to provide the liturgies to you during this awesome season. In order to be prepared for the Christmas Eve and Christmas
Day Masses music has to be selected and rehearsed; extraordinary
ministers, lectors, ushers, sacristans and altar servers must be
willing to take part in the Masses. At Midnight Mass the Knights
come too. Our St. Mary’s staff must prepare bulletins weeks in
advance, religious supplies have to be selected and purchased,
curtains and Christmas trees with the star up above must be hung,
and many questions have to be answered to assist a congregation
for the Solemnity of Christmas to be properly celebrated. Much
work falls on few shoulders. Please remember us in your prayers.
To anyone who may be thinking about joining one of our
groups, a warm welcome awaits you this January! K-6th grade
students are invited to choir rehearsals on Wednesdays from
5:00 -6:00 pm in the Worship Center. Any 7th-12th grade student
who wishes to play an instrument or sing is encouraged to join
SMOSco in the Music Room on Wednesday nights from 7:00 9:00 pm. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the
music office at 703-978-4141, x21 or email me at
[email protected]
Ms. Liz
First Friday and First Saturday,
January 2nd and 3rd
This Friday and Saturday are First Friday and First Saturday. We
will have our usual First Friday Adoration all day and night with the
Taize Holy Hour at 7:30 pm. Also we will have First Saturday devotions after the Saturday 9:15 am Mass.
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Let us pray for a spirit of peace,
grounded in the rich soil of Christ’s everlasting word.
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ADULT EDUCATION
YOUTH MINISTRY
Father Barron’s
Catholicism: Adult Formation Program
Email: [email protected]
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH
Come join us and learn to make the real connection between your faith
and your everyday life. Dinner is provided! This DVD series will be
presented in Farrell Hall from 7:00 - 9:00 pm on Mondays, starting
January 5th. Sign up in the Religious Education office, or call 703978-4141, x28 or email Aida Willis at [email protected]
January 5th - Lesson 1: Amazed and Afraid - The Revelation of
God Become Man
January 12th - Lesson 2: Happy are We - The Teachings of Jesus
January 26th - Lesson 3: The Ineffable Mystery of God - That
Than Which Nothing Greater Can Be Thought
February 2nd - Lesson 4: Our Tainted Nature’s Solitary Boast Mary, the Mother of God
February 9th - Lesson 5: The Indispensable Men - Peter, Paul and
the Missionary Adventure
February 16th - Lesson 6: A Body Both Suffering and Glorious The Mystical Union of Christ & the Church
February 23rd - Lesson 7: Word Made Flesh, True Bread of
Heaven - The Mystery of the Liturgy & The Eucharist
March 2nd - Lesson 8: A Vast Company of Witnesses - The
Communion of Saints
March 9th - Lesson 9: The Fire of His Love - Prayer and the Life
of the Spirit
March 16th - Lesson 10: World Without End - The Last Things
This Sunday, December 28th:
No youth ministry event and no Sunday 5:00 pm Mass.
CLC (Catholic Life Communities)
Boys and Girls CLC groups will be off for the this week.
Have a blessed Christmas and we’ll be back after New Year’s!
Next Sunday, January 4th:
There will be a 5:00 pm Mass, but we will not have a youth
ministry event afterward.
We pray that you and your family are enjoying a blessed
and relaxing Christmas season!
COUNSELING
Counseling Services at St. Mary’s
St. Mary of Sorrows Counseling Center offers counseling, personal
growth, healing and transformation within the context of Christian
values, respect and empathy. Please contact Kathleen E. Scheg, JD,
LCPC, NCC at 703-568-0525, or Mary Ellen Ruff, LPC, ATR-BC at
703-303-4983.
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
ST. MARY’S PRESCHOOL
Samaritan Fund
St. Mary’s Preschool program offers opportunities
for balanced growth in all areas: social, emotional,
intellectual, physical, creative and spiritual. We are
a ministry to young families and are dedicated
to providing a quality Catholic preschool program
to meet the needs of our community.
“Our faith in Christ, who became poor, and was always
close to the poor and the outcast, is the basis of our concern for
the integral development of society’s most neglected members.”
Pope Francis.
Through the Samaritan Fund we are able to help men, women
and children in need, regardless of their race, creed or national
origin. What can you do? First, pray for those in need and for those
who are dedicated to helping. Then, make a monetary donation to
Saint Mary’s Samaritan Fund, so that we will be able to continue
responding as we have done, with prayer and financial assistance.
Preschool Spaces are Available
for the 2014 - 2015 School Year
Spaces are available in the morning 3-year-old and afternoon 4year-old classes. Please call Miss Elena in the Preschool Office for
information, 703-978-4141, x35.
Food Pantry Activity in November
With the help of Saint Mary’s youth group, the Knights of Columbus,
Boy Scout Troop 697 and our food pantry volunteers, more than
two tons of food were collected, sorted and distributed from our
parish during November. Those receiving food were 16 families as
well as five organizations, including United Christian Ministries,
Damien Ministries, the LaSalette Sisters, the diocesan St. Lucy
Project and Christ House. Great thanks to all who supported this
great effort!
Tuition Angels Scholarship Fund
Please consider giving the gift of a "Catholic Education" by becoming a Tuition Angel to help families who do not have the financial
ability to pay tuition for our Preschool Program. Thanks to the
generosity of parishioners, tuition assistance can be offered to any
family in need of financial assistance to start the education process
for their children at St. Mary's Preschool. If you are interested in
contributing, please contact Miss Elena in the Preschool Office.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Sun
Mon
Tues
Wed
Thu
Fri
Brown Bag Sunday – December 28th
Food Sorting – January 4th, beginning at 1:30 pm
Hypothermia Week at Saint Mary’s – January 18th – 24th
National March for Life 2015 – January 22nd
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Hypothermia Prevention Shelter 2015
Saint Mary's week for the Hypothermia Prevention Shelter is
January 18 - 25, 2015. In-person sign-ups for volunteer slots and
food donations are available in the foyer during December and continuing into January, if necessary. Online sign-ups are also available.
(See links on St. Mary's website, www.stmaryofsorrows.org, under
Parish Social Ministry.)
We are still in need of nightly leaders/assistant leaders (the go-to
person for the night or at least a part of it if two people split the
night). Remember that the Holy Spirit makes sure you have all you
need to get the job done, even when you have never done it before.
Donation needs have been posted on Saint Mary’s website and on the
sign-up wall in the foyer of the Worship Center. If you would like to
donate for gift cards and/or bus passes, please give a check to the
receptionist, made payable to Saint Mary of Sorrows, with
Hypothermia Week in the memo line.
For more information, please contact either Carol Mayfield at
[email protected], or Mary Jo O'Connell at
[email protected] or 703-250-1564 or visit
http://tinyurl.com/StMarysHypo2015Youth for youth sign-ups,
or http://tinyurl.com/StMarysHypo2015Adult for adults.
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Office Closed
Office Closed
Office Closed
Taize Music Practice
Taize Holy Hour
Spanish Class
Coffee & Doughnuts
AOH
Youth Mass
7:00pm
OSMH
6:00pm
7:30pm
9:45am
8:00am
12:30pm
5:00pm
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The Car Ministry Needs Cars
If you have a used car to donate, please consider The Car Ministry,
a charitable agency that processes and repairs donated vehicles
which are given to needy families and persons who can support a
car and who have been referred by pastors and social workers.
The vehicles are given at no cost to people in need of transportation. These vehicles transform people’s lives because transportation allows them to obtain employment in places that were previously inaccessible and it makes them self sufficient because they
now have a means to get to work. For more information, contact
Peter Garry, 703-978-1163.
The Real Deal:
The Bioethics of Fertility and Pregnancy
Register for “The Real Deal” bioethics conference, Saturday,
January 10th (9:50 am - 1:00 pm), at St. Charles Borromeo
Catholic Church (3304 Washington Blvd., Arlington). Co-sponsored by the Arlington Diocese Respect Life Office and St. Charles
Church, the conference will explore today’s consumer mindset
towards infertility, IVF, pregnancy, and abortion affecting our culture. Presenting are Dr. John Bruchalski, Founder of Tepeyac
Family Center, and Sr. Terese Auer, Ph.D., Bioethics Chair of St.
John Paul the Great Catholic High School. Registration is FREE,
but required. Complimentary continental breakfast included.
Learn more and register at http://RealDeal2015.eventbrite.com.
HAPPENING IN THE DIOCESE
MaRiH Center Needs Winter Baby Clothes
The MaRiH Center is an emergency pregnancy
service offering alternatives to abortion and support to women in crisis and their babies. They are
in URGENT need of sizes 0-3 and 3-6 months
WINTER boy and girl baby outfits, including sleepers, onesies, bibs, bath towels and socks (sizes to 2T). A box
labeled MaRiH Center will remain in the foyer through January 4th
for donated items. Questions? Call Maureen Sheffield (parishioner), 703-978-3310, or The MaRiH Center, 703-370-4774.
Make Plans Now for the 2015 World Meeting
of Families to be Held in Philadelphia
Join Pope Francis and families from throughout the world on
September 22 - 27, 2015, in Philadelphia. This gathering will
underscore the family’s importance and its positive impact on
society. The 2015 theme is “Love is Our Mission: The Family Fully
Alive.” The days will be filled with Mass, Exposition, and dynamic
speakers. During the evenings, there will be film festivals, concerts, and more. There will also be an Exhibition/Marketplace
area, as well as a youth track and day care. To learn more, visit
www.worldmeeting2015.org. Registration is now open!
Lunch N' Life
Are You 50 or Better? Please join us for the next Lunch N’ Life
sponsored by the Shepherd’s Center of Fairfax-Burke on Thursday,
January 15th, 12:00 - 2:00 pm, at Fairfax Presbyterian Church,
10723 Main Street, Fairfax. The Program will feature the Tallwood
Trio with singer Nancy Riley, and music from The Great American
Song Book. For reservations, call Faye Quesenberry, 703-6200161, by January 9th. The cost is $10.00; checks payable to
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Email: [email protected]
4510 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington
CRAIG ANDERSON, ATTORNEY
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney,
Guardianships, Estate & Trust Administration Help
Bernie Reinsel
703-591-7056
Call 571-282-3635 • Email: [email protected]
REORDERS
EVERYTHING IN STOCK!
THIS LAWYER MAKES “HOUSE CALLS!”
(By Appointment: Weekdays, Evenings & Saturdays)
parishioners
Proudly serving the Washington DC area
for over 17 years
2011 Best of Alexandria Award Winner
3 years running
Our services include
Medication Reminders • Food Preparation
Laundry/ Light House Keeping
Transportation To Appointments
Personal Care and Hygiene
Personal Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
Companionship
1055 N. Fairfax Street • Suite 202
Alexandria , VA 22314
703.549.7894
920-4800
Wall to Wall Carpeting • Armstrong Vinyl
Hardwood Floors • Accessories
Area Rugs • Countertops
Customer Window Treatments
Pergo• Wilsonart
Twinbrook Shopping Center
9541 Braddock Road • Fairfax, VA
703-978-2603
let us be your island of peace
www.isoladipace.com
Massage Services
Yoga & Tai Chi Classes
Childcare while you’re here
www.isoladipace.com
571.308.3396
10396 Willard Way Fairfax
(Parishioner owned & operated)
William L. Moore
Electrician
www.marykay.com/breinsel
Email: [email protected]
Plumbing, Heating
& Air Conditioning
IN YOUR HOME
OR AT YOUR BUSINESS
Call Clover Services
TO
5% OFF
PARISHIONERS
703-352-2701
www.cloverco.com
Ceiling Fans
Recessed Lighting
Service Upgrades
No Job Too Small
KLINE MEMORIALS
Quality Monuments
Since 1901
(703) 368-5013
9014 Centerville Road
Manassas
703-273-5040
HomeWork Remodeling
Improve Your Quality of Life
A CATHOLIC BOOKSTORE
QUALITY GIFTS & ART
11214 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA
(Jermantown Square)
(703) 273-5956
ORTHODONTIST
PIANO LESSONS
BRACES & INVISALIGN
FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS
5204-B Lyngate Ct.
Burke, VA 22015
Over 20 years teaching experience.
Christine Ryktarsyk
Dr. Rodney J. Klima
703-425-5125
www.klimaortho.com
Training students to
make music for life.
(703) 978-2073
5319 Windsor Hills Dr., Fairfax, VA
[email protected]
15%
OFF
For All
Church
Members
WINDOWS – SIDING
ROOFING – DECKS
Free Estimates
Free Financing
703-803-6500
HOUSE
CLEANING
Licensed • Bonded • Insured
703-856-5391
703-856-2512
Maria Barreda, Parishioner
BRENNAN’S TREE SERVICE
703-218-8003
WWW.BRENNANSTREESERVICE.COM
Storm Damage • Pruning & Thinning • Cabling
Tree Removal • Planting • Hazard Pruning
Firewood • Deep Root Fertilization
Crane Service • Stump Removal
$10 off any Service Call. Offer expires 12.31.2014
Catie & Steve
Parishioners
“We have been blessed to assist
many of our St. Mary’s Parishioners
in reaching their Real Estate goals.
We would be honored
to assist you in reaching yours.”
703-278-9313
Portion of Commission [email protected]
returns to St. Mary’s
www.CallCatie.com
700 St. Mary, Fairfax Station, VA (b)
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net