Founded 1953 66 Levittown Parkway, Levittown, Pennsylvania

Founded 1953
66 Levittown Parkway, Levittown, Pennsylvania, 19054
Telephone 215-945-1166; Fax 215-945-6988; www.stmichaellvt.org
Pastor
Reverend Michael C. DiIorio
Week-end Assistance
Reverend John E. Donia
Sunday Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 Noon
Deacon
Deacon Harry J. Simpson - Retired
Weekday Mass Schedule
Monday - Saturday: 8:00 am
Business Manager
Director of Child Protection Files
Mrs. Janie Brown
Morning Rosary
Weekdays at 7:35am prior to the 8am Mass
Executive Secretary to the Pastor
Marriage Records Coordinator
Sr. Mary Beth Kratzinger, SSJ
Bulletin Coordinators
Gerry Hayes
Marcy Beck
Rectory Office
215-945-1166 - Fax 215-945-6988
Weekdays: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Receptionist - Mary Ann Szokoli
St. Michael The Archangel Catholic School
130 Levittown Parkway
School Number:-215-943-0222
School Fax Number - 215-943-9068
Absentee Report Number - 215-943-5035
Principal: Mr. Stephen D. DiCicco
[email protected]
Mrs. Elizabeth Wurtz, SMA School Office
Religious Education Office
215-547-2518
CCD Coordinator: Mrs. Janet Fiatoa
CYO: Ms. Alice Viola & Ms. Kathy Wilson
RCIA Coordinator: Mike O’Keefe
St. Michael the Archangel Friary
Third Order Regular of St. Francis , TOR
88 Levittown Parkway
215-943-4810
Reconciliation
(Confession, Penance)
Saturday: 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Eucharistic Adoration
September-June
Thursday 8:30 am.– 3:00 pm.
Directors of Altar Servers
Mr. Robert Gabriele
Mr. Robert Heston
Choir Director
Mr. Frank Cuda
Communion to the Sick
Contact
Rectory Office
Knights of Columbus
St. Michael the Archangel Council #14626
215-945-1166 - Fax 215-945-6988
Chaplain: Reverend Michael C. DiIorio
Grand Knight: Jim Thomson
Baptism
The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on the first four
Sundays of each month at 1 pm. There are no Baptisms on
fifth Sundays and on Christmas and Easter Sundays. Parents
must be registered members of our parish, attend a PreJordan class and Godparents must be practicing Catholics.
Please contact the Rectory to make arrangements.
January 18, 2015
SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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MEETTINGS
MONDAY Choir - 7 PM - Church
TUESDAY - RCIA - 7 PM - Room 9
THURSDAY - K of C - 7 PM - Room 7
VIGIL MASS, SATURDAY, January 17
5:30 p.m.
Lilly McCarthy (Myra & Chris)
SUNDAY, January 18
Saint Margaret of Hungary
8:00 a.m. Daniel Lazur (George Lazur)
10:00 a.m. Mass for the People of the Parish
12:00 noon John Brazil (The Family)
8:00 a.m.
MONDAY, January 19
Sister Marian Perpetua (RSM) (Father DiIorio)
8:00 a.m.
TUESDAY, January 20
Saint Fabian, Pope & Martyr
Madeline Faruggio
(Mr. &Mrs. Thomas J. Callahan)
8:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY, January 21
Saint Agnes
Tom Kennedy (Jim White)
THURSDAY, January 22
Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children
8:00 a.m.
Catherine & Charles Kelly
(Kathleen Demetor)
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
AND BENEDICTION
The Blessed Sacrament is exposed for Adoration
following the 8:00 a.m. Mass with Benediction
at 3:00 P.M.
FRIDAY, January 23
Saint Vincent, Deacon and Martyr
8:00 a.m. Special Intention
8:00 a.m.
SATURDAY, January 24
Saint Francis deSales
Colleen Morgan (Howard Morgan)
VIGIL MASS, SATURDAY, January 24
5:30 p.m. Surgical Recovery for Michael Yadavoy
(Jane Yadavoy & Family)
8:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12:00 noon
SUNDAY, January 25
Barney Brennan (Howard Morgan)
Joseph Melanson, Jr. (Anne Slezosky)
Mass for the People of the Parish
REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS
Our Faithful Departed
Patricia Ann Quinn
Frederick Sheenan
ST. PEREGRINE SHRINE
This week the candles are burning for:
Kathleen C. and Kathleen L. (Living)
At the request of The Family
Baby Grace Ella Brown, Baby Christian Wendt,
Margaret Bartholomai, Jason Bell, Wendi Brady, Lucille
Brehm, Keith Britton, Toni Lynn Brovey, Stephen Bush,
Natalie Campbell, Sue Carreras, John Cornell, Caroline
Daynorowicz, Edward Deck, Jimmy Deck, Jocelyn
Dillon, Julie Fannin, Stephanie Farmer, Freddie Finger,
Patrick Finley, Michael Foisy, Carol Fruscione, Stephen
Gabriele, William Gaskill, Barry Gouge, Simeon
Gregoire, Pat Griffith, Lisa Grosso, Thomas Hahn, Joe
Hampton, Pat Haney, Cynthia Hechinger, Richarad
Howley, Mary Ann Kasper, Andrew Kelley, Crystal
Kirchhoefer, Carlyne Lehmann, Guy Linebarger, Sr.,
Kathy Lombardo, August Lutz, Janet Lynch, Sharon
Lynch, Bobbe Mann, Nancee May, Meghan McHughs,
Pat Melani, Margaret Mirsch, Carlotta Monach, Danny
Morgan, Daniel Oliver, John Oliver, Manuel Padro,
Sharon Ratcliffe, Adam Raup, Dee Rodger, Linda
Scheid, Peg Shire, Marie Schoener, Catherine Schueller,
Mary Louise Sessa, Mary Sherwood, Roseann Simpson,
Angela Stahl, Norene Sykes, Joe Szokoli, Joseph
Timchak, Justin Tobin, Loretta Toth, Lori Treibley, Jane
Wagner, Karen Walsh, Carol Weber, Leightin
Westerman, Tom Wilkinson, Lisa M. Witman, Harry
Woodington, Dorothy Wychakinas, Jeffrey M. Wydro,
Michael H. Wydro, Dawn Anderson Yamrich, Durry
York.
We assume recovery after 4 weeks unless we receive
new request to remain on our prayer list.
START TO YOUR DAY IN WONDERFUL WAY!
ATTEND DAILY MASS. Mass during the week
at Saint Michael the Archangel is celebrated at
8:00 AM.
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SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
WEEKLY OFFERING
Last week’s collection was $ 11,763.17
compared to $14,259.18 last year. We are very,
very grateful for your continued support.
Thank you!
ELECTRONIC GIVING
Saint Michael the Archangel Parish has enlisted
Parish Giving to provide its members with the
opportunity to use Electronic Funds Transfer as an
alternative method for giving. Last week $620.00 was
given through electronic donations. Check our web site to
connect to the link for information.
As of January 2, 2015, Saint Michael the Archangel has
received 312 gifts in the total sum of $26,392. We have
now reached 107% of our goal. If you have not yet sent
in your contribution, please try to do so as soon as you
are able. Thank you for helping us achieve our goal.
MISSING YOUR PARISH ENVELOPES?
Worry no more, they will be coming to your home
shortly. It seems they were unexpectedly held up at the
Post Office.
The children’s collection envelopes
contain a section for them to express a
“good deed.” We would like to share
some of their thoughts with you:
-Cleaned my room and kept it clean.
-Helped my mom make a gingerbread house.
-Doing my school work without fighting.
-Folded all of the laundry for my parents.
-Set the dinner table.
-Helped clean the house.
-I helped with the dogs and helped my sister clean
the birdcage.
-Being kind to each other.
-Getting my sister juice.
-Taking the trash down.
-I helped clear the table.
-Praying for strangers.
-Helped my grand mom clean and move boxes
out of the play room.
Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach
and your actions speak. Saint Anthony of Padua
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ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE
January 19th thru January 24th
Weekday 8:00 am - Monday - Saturday
Jeremy Capella and Angiely Nunez-Arce
Vigil Mass January 24th
5:30 pm Samantha Maar & Shalyne Kilner
January 18th
8:00 am Mary Kate O’Donnell, Olivia Foxhill and
Alyssa Sales
10:00 am Hanna Ward, Nicholas Talley
and Marissa Lee
12 Noon Dennis Skiba and Kevin Skiba
R.C.I.A.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
If you are a Baptized Catholic who has not
received all of your Sacraments
(Reconciliation, Eucharist, and Confirmation)
or if you are not Catholic and would like to
learn more about the Catholic faith, then this
is the class for you! Now is your opportunity.
There is no charge! All that is required is your desire to
grow in your relationship with the Lord and your
commitment of time. Classes meet on Tuesdays from
7PM - 9PM in Room 9, located at the “B” door of the
school building. If you are interested or if you have
questions, please call the Religious Education Office at
215-547-2518.
PARISH FOOD WEEKEND
Our monthly Parish Food Weekend is this
weekend. Please leave your food packages in
the rear of the Church or next to the side
entrances. Please do not leave food packages in
the vestibules of the side entrances and do not leave
anything that can spoil, is opened, or out of date.
BOXTOPS FOR EDUCATION
The children of St. Michael’s want to thank all the
wonderful parishioners who contributed to our “Box
Tops for Education” drive. We would like to continue to
ask for your help. Please place your box tops in the
collection basket or in the jar in the school foyer. Thank
you again, the children and Faculty of St. Michael’s.
.
REGISTER TAPES
Thank you for placing your Cash Register
Tapes from Brown’s Shop Rite in Fairless
Hills (only). Tapes are valid for five (5) months.
Thank you!
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SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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Sweetheart’s Mass
SCHOOL NEWS
Saint Michael the Archangel Catholic School
January 19th - No School for SMA
Dr Martin Luther King Day
January 22nd - Special Lunch Day for SMA
January 23rd - Movie Night
Thank you for all your contributions to our SMA school
library. Your donations are greatly improving the book
and media selections for our children.
Mr. Stephen D. DiCicco ~ Principal
Religious Education News
This week in PREP we will be asking ourselves:
What will I do to be more like Jesus in 2015?.
First Eucharist Parent meeting is the evening of January
22nd from 6:30 to 7:30 in the Church Hall. If you have a
child preparing to receive First Eucharist (third grade
and Sacraments Class) in May, you need to attend this
meeting.
Visit the PREP webpage at the church website
www.stmichaellvt.com for more information about the
program. There is a link to the program’s handbook and
registration forms..
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Please join us at noon on Sunday February 15th
for a Sweetheart’s Mass.
Immediately following the Mass, Father DiIorio will
hold a Marriage Vow renewal celebration.
Afterward, please join us with your families in the
Church basement for light refreshments. All are welcome
and all ladies will receive a special “gift” brought to you
by Our Ladies of Guadalupe (Ladies Auxiliary of the
Knights of Columbus).
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For additional information, please contact Caroline Joyce
at 215-901-8640 or [email protected]
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE MISSION
STATEMENT
“With God’s Grace, we are committed to faithfully living
His Word by adherence to his commandments, nurturing
our families, sustaining our parish, school and
community through charitable works and evangelizing
by word and deed to share His message.”
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Ladies Auxiliary invite all
young girls, 10 to 17 years of age to come and join the
Guadalupe Roses. We will work closely with the Knights
of Columbus, St. Michael the Archangel Council #14626
and Pope John Paul Squires Circle #5515.
ST. MIKE'S CYO TRACK AND FIELD
Registration for boys and girls in 1st through
8th grades who are registered in the parish or
attend St. Michael's school will be held
Sunday January25th and Sunday, February
1st from 9:00 am until 1 pm in St. Michael's
school foyer and also Wednesday, January 28th and
Wednesday, February 4th in the school foyer after CCD.
Practice starts the first week in March.
The cost is $75 for the first athlete or $125 for two or
more athletes per household. For more information,
contact Karen Capella at 267-393-5747 or
[email protected]
Preparation for the Sacrament of Marriage
The Sacrament of Marriage is a profound responsibility.
Active members of our parish who wish to make
arrangements to have the Sacrament celebrated at St.
Michael, must call the rectory at least 6 months prior to
your wedding date and speak with a Priest. Pre-Cana class
is required.
Sue Maar & Sue Ward will be leading the group. Our
opening meeting will be on Feb. 12, 2015 a5 7:00 pm at
the SMA Meeting room to be announced.
Please contact Sue Ward @267-688-6746 or Sue
Maar @ 267-914-1135 with any questions.
Bucks County Young Adult Theology on Tap Series
Tuesday, January 27, 7:30 PM
Giuseppe’s Pizza
990 2nd Street Pike, Richboro, PA 18954
Bucks County Theology on Tap is beginning our Winter
series! Come join young adults from across the county
for a Catholic-based presentation series in a comfortable
social environment. Cal Quinn, CFP of the Wall Street
firm Drexel Hamilton, will present this month’s topic,
“Banking on God: Faith and Ethics in the Business
World.” This series is a great way to meet new friends
while enjoying fellowship and growing in faith. Also,
be sure to visit our Face book page, “Bucks County
TOT.” for more details on this and future events.
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SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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SOMETHING FOR ALL
Lent begins Wednesday - February 18,
2015
Prayer is a helpful, meditative way we can deepen our relationship with God, especially during
Lent. The following retreat dates will provide you with uniquely personal ways to connect
with yourself, with others, and with your faith during Lent.
February 22, 2015 -
Women’s Retreat - Directed by Mrs. Cathy Johnson and Sr. Mary
Kay Kelley, S.S.J. - Co-Directors of Heartful Ministries, a Nonprofit organization assisting faith communities in spiritual formation
and liturgical preparation. Sr. Mary Kay is also a Theology Teacher
at Archbishop Carroll High School.
March 1, 2015 -
Men’s Retreat - Given by Deacon Joe Seaman, Deacon at Christ Our
Light Parish, Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
March 8, 2015 -
Youth and Young Adults Retreat - Given by Kathryn Wallace,
Coordinator of Young Adult Ministry at Christ Our Light Parish.
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED IN SAINT MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL CHURCH
RETREATS WILL BE CONDUCTED IN THE HALL AT SAINT MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL CHURCH
For further information, please contact the Rectory at 215-945-1166
EXPERIENCING HIS LOVE AND FOLLOWING
HIM MORE DEEPLY.
ALL RETREATS
BEGIN WITH
12 NOON MASS
AND
CONCLUDE AT 4:00 PM
Lent offers us all a very
special opportunity to grow
in our relationship with God
How is Christ calling you this Lent? Where is God leading you through the Lenten journey?
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SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Fulfilling the Church’s mission of mercy and
the gospel call to love others as we love God.
The Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Collection
funds six Catholic agencies that work for the benefit of
our brothers and sisters around the world. In providing
humanitarian aid, resettling displaced individuals and
families, and advocating on behalf of victims of
atrocities such as human trafficking, the organizations
supported by the CRS Collection act from their belief
that every individual is an equal heir of Christ’s love and
care.
The annual Catholic Relief Services Collection
challenges American Catholics to put their faith into
action and to see “Jesus in disguise” in the faces of the
poor, and to support ongoing efforts to respond to their
needs. The funds collected support vital Catholic
programs that share in the Catholic mission of
promoting the sacredness of human life. A small
amount from the collection is retained by the
Archdiocese to help cover local efforts to promote the
collection.
The collection will be taken up in the parishes of the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia the weekend of January 24
and 25, 2015. The American Catholic community and
the Archdiocese of Philadelphia in particular, have
always responded very generously to this annual
collection.
I am grateful for your compassionate response. May
you be blessed for your faithfulness to living the Gospel
and recognizing Jesus in those in need.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.
Archbishop of Philadelphia
ST. MICHAEL PARISH FOOD PANTRY
St. Michael’s Parish Food Pantry is a joint effort
of our St. Vincent de Paul Conference and the
Knights of Columbus. The Mission of the Pantry
is to provide food to the poor of Lower Bucks
County. The food comes from non-perishable items and
Food Cards donated by Parishioners on Parish Food
Sundays. Food is provided to all who ask and no one is
refused. Please support this most worthwhile mission.
If you are in need of food or know someone who is,
please contact the Pantry directly. Referrals are taken on
a “no questions asked” basis. Please call Mike Walsh
@215-817-5984.
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MARCH FOR LIFE
January 22, 2015 will commemorate 42 years of
legalized abortion by the U.S. Supreme Court.
There is a sign up sheet in the main entrance of the
Church for anyone who is interested in attending the
March for Life. The Parish will be providing one bus for
anyone who would like to attend. Please leave your
name and your phone number so we have an idea how
many would like to attend. Departure time is 7:00 a.m.
Lunch will be provided on the bus.
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We are aware that many parishioners are unable to travel
to Washington, D.C. to participate in the March for Life.
Saint Michael the Archangel Parish can “Stand up for
Life” by spending the day in prayer. We will have our
daily 8:00 a.m. Mass followed by Adoration of the Most
Blessed Sacrament and a prayer service in our church.
You are invited to participate as your schedule allows.
2015 MASS BOOK
Our 2015 Mass Book is open. The hours are
from 9am to 12 noon and 1pm to 3pm
Monday to Friday. NO weekends or lunch
times, please. There is a limit of 6 Masses per
family (2 Sunday and 4 Weekday). Please have dates
and alternative dates ready when you come to request
Masses.
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL CONFERENCE
SEEKS DONATIONS
Our St. Vincent DePaul Conference is made up of parish
volunteers. The Mission of the conference is to help the
poor of Lower Bucks County with the basics of food,
shelter and clothing.
At this time, the conference is in need of donations for
this important work. Donations can be placed in the poor
boxes a the church entrances. In addition, donations can
be placed in the Sunday collection. Checks should be
made out to the “St. Vincent DePaul Conference”.
Every penny collected goes directly to the poor. As an
all volunteer organization, there are no administrative
costs.
Thank you for helping us help others. Your support and
generosity is appreciated.
If God had the ability to create the whole universe
then surely God has the ability to change your life.
(Philippians 2:13). Trust Him.
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