4625 Springfield Avenue + Philadelphia, PA 19143

Reverend John D. Hand
Pastor
Monsignor Vincent Walsh
Spanish Ministry
Reverend Dominic Tran
Vietnamese Ministry
Reverend George Strausser
In Residence
Reverend Benjamin Nwanonenyi
In Residence
Deacon John Ellis
Saint Francis de Sales Parish
~ United by the Most Blessed Sacrament ~
proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ
in an urban setting,
to diverse members,
who form a Catholic community
of believers of all ages.
Our worship together
overflows into a life of
service, justice, and peace.
Permanent Deacon
+
THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD
11 J A N U A R Y 2 0 1 5 +
Mass Schedule:
Saturday Vigil: 5 PM
Sundays: 7 AM
8:30 AM (Vietnamese)
10:15 AM
12 Noon ( Spanish)
Weekdays (Monday-Friday): 7 AM; Saturdays: 9 AM
Confessions:
Saturday 3:45-4:30 PM
Rectory Office Hours
Weekdays: 9 AM - 4 PM
Monday– Thursday until 7:00PM
Friday 9 AM– 3PM
Saturday: 10 AM– 3 PM
Sunday Morning: 9 AM—12 PM
To help us assist you,
please call and make an appointment.
Parish Staff
Sister Alice Marie Daly, IHM,
Director of Religious Education
Mrs. Barbara McGee, Business Manager
Mrs. Karen Genzano Hand, Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Katie Keil, Liturgy Coordinator; Adoration
Mr. Bruce Shultz, Organist
Mrs. Isabel Boston, Choir Director
Mr. Wesley Parrot, Liturgical Musician
Mr. Louis Becht, Liturgical Musician
Convent
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
912 South 47th Street + (215) 727-3929
Sister M. Rita Mazzotta, IHM, Superior
Parish School
917 South 47th Street + (215) 387-1749
Sister Mary McNulty, IHM, Principal
IHM Center for Literacy
929 South Farragut Street + (215) 382-0292
Sister M. Janice Owen, IHM, Site Coordinator
4625 Springfield Avenue + Philadelphia, PA 19143
(215) 222-5819 + Fax: (215) 222-5821 + www.saintfrancisdesales.net
January 11, 2015
Saturday,
5:00 PM
January 10
Leonide Dagit-Gillan
Sunday,
January 11
The Baptism of the Lord
7:00 AM
People of the Parish
8:30 AM
Vietnamese Mass
10:15AM
Theodore and Mary Deady
Opening of 125th Anniversary Year
Archbishop Chaput, Celebrant
12 NOON
Spanish Mass
Monday,
January 12
First Week in Ordinary Time begins
7:00 AM
Monsignor Francis A. Menna
Tuesday,
St. Hilary
7:00 AM
January 13
Wednesday,
7:00 AM
January 14
Gracie Mae Murphy
Thursday,
7:00 AM
January 15
Anna Cummings
Friday,
7:00 AM
January 16
John Cooney
Saturday,
St. Anthony
9:00 AM
5:00 PM
January 17
John Cooney
Mickey McMonigle
Deceased Members of Ganley Family
Sunday,
January 18
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 AM
John Cooney
8:30 AM
Vietnamese Mass
10:15AM
People of the Parish
12 NOON
Spanish Mass
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THE WATERS OF BAPTISM
When new sod is put in, it needs constant saturation with
water. Landscapers say that this “knits” the sod to the soil. The
same when a branch is grafted onto a tree: the poultice that
joins them at the splice must be kept wet at all times. Water is
the stuff that binds the very cells of our bodies together. No
wonder religions throughout all times and cultures have used it
so prominently. When Jesus stepped into the Jordan for baptism, he “knit” himself to what had come before him. By going
to the Jordan, he made himself one with the people of Israel
who had crossed it into their Promised Land. With John the
Baptist, Christ wove himself into the prophetic tradition that
heralded the coming reign of God. He had become fully human
in the waters of Mary’s womb, and by partaking in the rite of
the baptism of repentance, Jesus identified himself with our
sinful, frail humanity. It is through the waters of baptism that
Christ continues to graft new members onto his Body, the
Church; through these waters we are cleansed from sin and
filled with the promise of grace, given our destiny for eternal
life. For us, as for Jesus, it is also the waters of baptism that
inaugurate our mission to proclaim the Good News.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Have a peaceful week,
Father John D. Hand
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Behold my servant with whom I am pleased;
he shall bring forth justice to the nations
(Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7) or Isaiah 55:1-11.
Psalm — The Lord will bless his people with peace (Psalm 29)
or Isaiah 12:2-6.
Second Reading — God anointed him with the Holy Spirit
(Acts 10:34-38) or 1 John 5:1-9.
Gospel — You are my beloved Son, with you I am well
pleased (Mark 1:7-11).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Heb 1:1-6; Ps 97:1, 2b, 6, 7c, 9; Mk 1:14-20
Tuesday:
Heb 2:5-12; Ps 8:2ab, 5, 6-9; Mk 1:21-28
Wednesday:
Heb 2:14-18; Ps 105:1-4, 6-9; Mk 1:29-39
Thursday:
Heb 3:7-14; Ps 95:6-11; Mk 1:40-45
Friday: Heb 4:1-5, 11; Ps 78:3, 4bc, 6c-8; Mk 2:1-12
Saturday:
Heb 4:12-16; Ps 19:8-10, 15; Mk 2:13-17
Sunday:
1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19; Ps 40:2, 4, 7-10;
1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20; Jn 1:35-42
THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
The Sacrament of Baptism will be
celebrated monthly on the Second
Sunday of each month at 12 NOON.
A preparation class for parents
will be held on the second Monday
of the month at 6:30 PM.
The next celebration of the Sacrament of Baptism will take place on Sunday, February
1, 2015 at 11:30 AM in the Upper Church. The next
preparation class for parents and godparents will be
held on Monday, Febraury 2, 2015 in the Rectory
Conference Room at 6:30 PM. Each child may have
two sponsors (“godparents”), a male and a female, who
are practicing Catholics. Catholics who are not registered members of our parish must obtain a “Letter of
Eligibility” from the parish in which they are registered
and practice. Along with one Catholic “godparent”, a
child may have a “Christian witness” (a person baptized
in a non-Catholic denomination). For more information
or to register for your child/ren’s Baptism, please contact the Rectory at (215) 222-5819.
ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATES (SPONSORS AT
BAPTISM AND CONFIRMATION)
Any parishioner registered for at least three months
who requires a certificate of eligibility to act as a sponsor at Baptism or Confirmation should please call the
Rectory at (215) 222-5819 to make an appointment to
meet with Father Hand. Father will meet with those
wishing to be a sponsor on Sundays after the 10:15 AM
Mass.
Home Visitation & Blessing
Please contact the Rectory if you wish to have Father
Hand visit you and bless your home.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
SFDS: Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
(24 hours a day, 7 days a week) takes place in the Our
Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel located in the back of
the Upper Church. Swipe key required for access. Call
the Rectory for more information.
Sacrament of Penance (Confessions)
Saturday from 3:45-4:30 PM in Church; any time by
appointment.
Sacrament of the Sick (with Anointing)
The Sacrament of the Sick (with Anointing) is celebrated within Mass on the First Saturday of the month during the 9 AM morning Mass. The next celebration of
the Sacrament of the Sick will take place on Febraury
7, 2015.
PARISH REGISTRATION
AND MEMBERSHIP
Welcome! All who worship with us are invited to participate in the spiritual and social life of our parish family.
Please remember, that the reception of the sacraments of
Baptism, First Eucharist, First Penance, Confirmation,
and Matrimony, and eligibility letters to act as a sponsor
for Baptism or Confirmation require you to be an active
member of the Parish Family.
Our Pastor registers new parishioners in the Rectory by
appointment after the 10:15 AM Mass. Please call the
Rectory at (215) 222-5819 to schedule an appointment.
Is Your Marriage Blessed by the Church ?
Archdiocesan Tribunal May Be of Help
Do you, or someone you know, have a problem with marriage in the Catholic Church because of a prior marriage
which has ended in divorce? When a divorced person remarries outside of the Church, he or she does not receive the
grace of the Sacrament of Matrimony, and separates himself
or herself from receiving the Eucharist.
The staff of the Archdiocesan Tribunal—a group of specially qualified priests, sisters, and lay persons with the responsibility to assist persons who have experienced divorce– can
possibly be of help.
The Tribunal
222 North 17th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1299
215-587-3750 http://archphila.org/tribunal/
The annulment procedure is designed to study the history of
the marriage and why it failed. It does not affix blame. A
Decree of Nullity has no effect on the legitimacy of children, or other matters such as custody or property settlements which are decided by civil law. If the marriage is annulled, both parties are free to marry in the Catholic Church.
If you are divorced and remarried outside the Catholic
Church, please contact the Tribunal Office. All interviews
are private.
Couples married outside the Church with no previous marriages should see Father Hand, or Deacon John Ellis.
RESPECT LIFE THOUGHT
“We need to bring the Gospel of Life
to the heart of every man and woman
to make it penetrate
every part of society.”
John Paul II
The Gospel of Life, No. 80-81
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Saint Francis de Sales Parish
The following contributed to the Christmas decorations of our Church
Through the 2014 Christmas Flower Offering Envelope (received as of January 4, 2015)
Donated by:
Adrianne Jones-Bryant
Arthur Davis
Mr. Alf Davidson
Mr. Jack Davidson
Mr. Paul Devastey
Mrs. Clarence Flemming
Ms. Elaine Greene
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hand
Ann Hibbs
Pat Hoyt
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lorenc
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Lovell
Bessy Mason
Mr. & Mrs. Teshager Mekonnen
Mr. & Mrs. John Onumah
Thomas Shannon
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Springer
Mrs. Clifford Stallings
Isha Tholley
Phung Tran
Patricia Pearson
Mr. Michael Perner
Joan Watson
In Memory/Honor of:
Frank Jones
Robert Stanford /Shirley Flemming
Albert Genzano/ Eleanor Larkin
Deceased Family Members
John and Dot Shannon
Mary Southerland
James & Rose Pernber/ Dick & Margie Soter
Siblings
Additional donations and intentions will be published in future bulletins.
Please join with the Archdiocese in praying
The World Meeting of Families Prayer
God and Father of us all, in Jesus, your Son and our Savior,
you have made us your sons and daughters in the family of the Church.
May your grace and love help our families in every part of the world
be united to one another in fidelity to the Gospel.
May the example of the Holy Family, with the aid of your Holy Spirit,
guide all families, especially those most troubled,
to be homes of communion and prayer
and to always seek your truth and live in your love.
Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Jesus, Mary and Joseph, pray for us!
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United by the Most Blessed Sacrament
125th Anniversary History Committee
SFDS HISTORY MYSTERIES -
Saint Francis de Sales Parish
Weekend of January 4, 2015
COLLECTION INFORMATION
Weekend of January 4, 2015 $ 6,180.02
Weekend of January 5, 2014 $ 2,135.77
Difference
+ $ 4,044.25
YTD thru January 4, 2015
YTD thru January 5, 2014
$ 93,096.98
$ 101,321.60
Difference
- $ 8,224.62
Envelopes Mailed
Total Envelopes Used This Week
525
161
Christmas Collection YTD
2014 -$7,487.14
2013 -$12,115.13
Please remember the gifts that Our Lord has
given you. Your gift to the Church is needed.
Kitchen Campaign
Amount RaisedIncluding De Sales Night
(As of January 4, 2015)
($25,609
Capital Campaign
Amount Collected
(As of January 4, 2015)
$1,900,464.24
SUNDAY , JJANUARY 18 BULLETIN—
DEADLINE
MONDAY, JANUARY 12 @ 12 NOON
What’s in a Name? Have
you ever wondered how our parish got its name?
Our first pastor, Reverend Joseph P. O Neill, was the brother
of Reverend Francis O’Neill,
the pastor of our parent church
of St. James the Greater (today
St. Agatha St. James) from 1874
to 1882. It was Francis who
commissioned the construction
of their church at 38th and
Chestnut, but before it was completed, he died tragically at age 39. Joseph had joined him
there as assistant starting in 1877. A parish history notes
that “In 1890, Father Joseph was appointed to found the
parish of St. Francis de Sales and it is said that he named
the new parish in honor of his brother” who was named
after the saint.
“Saint Francis de Sales” proved to be a singularly
fortuitous name, connecting us with our origins at St.
James, and our future in the neighborhood.
The original Saint Francis de Sales was a Bishop
and Doctor of the church -- a lawyer and a very smart guy
– famous for his ability to manage religious divisions, and
for keeping the Catholic faith alive during difficult times in
Europe in the late 1500s and early 1600s. Putting faith in
action, he lived simply, worked for peace, and championed
the poor.
When SFDS parish was formed in 1890, we are
told that neighbors were reluctant to sell land for a Catholic
church because Catholics were thought to be very insular,
sticking to their own communities, opening their own
schools, and swearing allegiance to a foreign Pope.
Perceptions changed over time. Seventy years later,
in the turbulent 1960s, a history of the Lutheran Saint John
of the Incarnation church (then at 47th and Cedar), notes
that “The area surrounding the Incarnation Parish faced
integration much better than other neighbors, due to the
foresight of the Roman Catholic Parish, St. Francis de
Sales. Determined to not allow their neighborhood’s destruction through fear and ignorance, the people of de
Sales welcomed their new neighbors and set an example of
working together to find common interests and experiences.
This spilled over to people of the Incarnation Parish as
well...”
What would St. Francis ask today?
If you can help with the 125th Anniversary or have history
to share, please contact [email protected] or
come to the next meeting on February 2 at 7:00 PM in the
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Auditorium.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Please join the parish in praying this prayer to our
Blessed Mother regarding the sale of the MBS Buildings.
MEMORARE
Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary,
that never was it known that anyone who fled to your
protection, implored your help, or sought your intercession, was left unaided. Inspired with this confidence, I
fly to you, O Virgin of virgins, my Mother. To you I
come, before you I stand, sinful and sorrowful.
O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions, but in your mercy, hear and answer me.
Amen.
2015 MASS BOOK
It is our faith tradition to remember our beloved deceased at the anniversary of their death, their birth or
any significant event in their life. The 2015 Mass
book is now open to schedule Masses. If you wish to
schedule a Mass, please come to the rectory during office hours. Mass intentions can also be made for the
living.
Discernment Retreat -Villa Maria House of Studies
January 16-18, 2015 (Friday 6 PM - Sunday 1 PM)
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. Time will be included for personal and communal prayer as well as
the opportunity to interact with the sisters in Formation. (For more information, please contact [email protected] or (610) 889-1553)
Prayer Rally
Families United Saving Our Youth
From Violence
A prayer rally honoring the legacy of
Rev.Dr. Martin Luther King
Monday January 19, 2015, 7 PM;
Choir prelude at 6:45 PM
Saint Barbara Catholic Church
(54th Street & Lebanon Avenue)
For additional information,
contact :
Office for Black Catholics,
(215) 587-3541
or [email protected]
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Happening This Week
SUNDAY— RECTORY OPEN FROM 9 AM UNTIL 12 NOON
i 8:30 AM: PREP in LS & AUD
i 9:45 AM: Rosary for Peace in UC
i 10:15 AM: Opening of Anniversary Year in UC
within Mass; followed by reception in AUD
i Following 10:15 AM Mass: Divine Mercy Chaplet
in UC
MONDAY—
RECTORY OPEN FROM 9 AM UNTIL 7 PM
i 7 AM: Daily Mass in UC
i 7 PM : Parish Finance Council in RCR
i 7 PM : PREP in AUD
TUESDAY—
RECTORY OPEN FROM 9 AM UNTIL 7 PM
i 7 AM: Daily Mass in UC
i 6 PM : SFDS School in AUD
i 7 PM : Parish Pastoral Council in RCR
WEDNESDAY —
RECTORY OPEN FROM 9 AM UNTIL 7 PM
i 7 AM: Mass in UC
i 7 PM: Boy Scouts Troop 152 in AUD
THURSDAY—
RECTORY OPEN FROM 9 AM UNTIL 7 PM
i 7 AM: Mass in UC
i 7 PM: RCIA in LIB
FRIDAY—
RECTORY OPEN FROM 9 AM UNTIL 3 PM
i 7 AM: Mass in UC
SATURDAY—
RECTORY OPEN FROM 10 AM UNTIL 3 PM
i 9 AM: Daily Mass in UC
i Following 9 AM Mass: Miraculous Medal Novena
in UC
i 3 PM : Private Event in AUD
SUNDAY— RECTORY OPEN FROM 9 AM UNTIL 12 NOON
i 8:30 AM: PREP in LS & AUD
i 9:45 AM: Rosary for Peace in UC
i Following 10:15 AM Mass: Divine Mercy Chaplet
in UC
FACILITIES CODES:
LC=Lower Church; UC=Upper Church; CR=Choir Room;
AUD=School Auditorium; G=Gym;
RY=Rectory Yard;
CL=Church Library in LC; RCR=Rectory Conference Room;
LS=Little School; RAC=Religious of the Assumption Convent; BIS=Bishop McShea Meeting Room
Founded 1890
If you or a member of the family would like a Com- WHAT IS PERPETUAL ADORATION?
munion to the Sick visit, please call Father Hand at
Through Perpetual Adoration in the
the Rectory to make arrangements for a visit.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel
The following sick have asked for our prayers:
located in the back of the Upper
Dorothy Abromaitis, Martha Adams, Marcel
Aguillard, Mary Cox Avery, Anna Batts, Edwina
Church (in the former baptistery/
Amoroso, Evelyn Bauer, Charles Bevard, Susan
library) at Saint Francis de Sales, Jesus
McHale Brockel, Anne Brown, James Brown,
in the Blessed Sacrament is available
J’Son Burckhalter, Edward Coccagna, Thomas
24 hours a day, 7 days a week to reCody, Eulogious Charles, Bonnie Curran, William Curran, Bill
ceive our personal visits and prayer.
Delaney, Walt Dickenson , John Dowling, Darnnell Ebron, Candice
Ellis, James Gorman, Barbara Frazier, Annette Hanson, John Hall, To participate, you commit yourself to come at the
Jacqueline Hill, Sheila Kendall, Shahidah Kendall, Celio Flores, same time each week for one hour so that Jesus is
Claudia Gainey, Rita Genzano, Anna Maria Gibson, David Grinnell, never left alone. As a safety feature, each adorer
Audra Gustafson, Marian Hinton, Colleen Jenson, Edward Jones,
Estella Jones, Doris King, Mashanda Kuderka, Vincent Marsh, Sabi- is issued a swipe key to access our secure Chapel.
an Matthews, Mary McCann, Donald McGee, William McMonigle, To sign up for your hour with the Lord, call Katie
Jennifer Morse, Lawrence Nugent, Kevin Pickard, Sister Mary Keil at (215) 474-9417 or contact the Rectory.
James, IHM, Marve Prowisor, Margaret Rhoads, Larry Riley, LauIMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR ADORERS:
ren Rutherford, Henry Sondej, Dorothy Shannon, Thomas ShanIt
will
no longer be necessary to sign in when you
non, Joseph Shurella, James Sirmons, Elisa Stuart-Wilkins, Mrs.
Tran, Earl & Marie Vaughan, Wayne Welsh, Charlotte Williams, visit the Adoration Chapel.
Justine Wright, Rick Young.
Our Sick List is cleared every four weeks.
Please contact the Rectory to add a name.
LIGHT A CANDLE
Five candles continually burn in the Adoration Chapel. For a donation of $5 a week, one of these candles can
burn for your intentions. To donate a candle, place your donation in an envelope with your name and your intention(s) and
drop it in the collection basket or at the Rectory
This week candles burn in the
Perpetual Adoration Chapel for:
Betty Allen
Celine Bourke
Anita Brothers
Perpetual Adorers
We give thanks to God for favors
already received by Adorers through
Perpetual Adoration:
“Spending time with Jesus has made me realize that each day
is a gift. I share the joy of His Resurrection!”
I know that my time with Him
makes it possible each day!”
Our prayers are with the families of those who
are mourning the recent loss of a loved one.
This week we especially remember:
Sister Ave Maria McCusker, IHM
Reverend Russell J. DeSimone
Marie Rafalowski
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord,
and let perpetual
light shine on them.
Would You Like to Be An Altar Server?
Our Church is in need of altar servers.
Father Hand is looking for some more altar servers
who would like to help at all liturgies and other
special events throughout the year.
We are looking for new servers from
grades 4 thru 8, former servers who
would like to serve again, and adults;
with or without prior experience.
Anyone interested in becoming an
altar server should contact the rectory at (215) 222-5819, and give them
your information or attend the practice
in the Upper Church on Saturday, January 17, 2015 @ 10AM in the Upper
Church.
Please pray for the safe return of
our friends and family
that serve in the
United States Military:
Alexander Belfi,
Ronald Brown, Jr.,
Cathy Charles, Joseph DeRosa,
Christopher Grossman,
Kizzie Refile,
John Rovinski, Jr.,
To add a name or update our list,
please contact the Rectory.
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