November 23, 2008 – The Feast of Christ the King

Live + Jesus
February 15, 2015 – Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Our Mother of Consolation Parish
160 Years of Ministry in Chestnut Hill
1855-2015
Parish Mission Statement
Nourished by the Word and Eucharist, we, the members of Our Mother of
Consolation Parish, strive to create a vital, welcoming Catholic faith
community that embraces each person. Acknowledging our blessings and
supporting one another, we humbly serve the needs of God’s people and
work to be the presence of Christ in our world.
Our parish community extends a warm welcome to all our guests and visitors.
If you would like to register as a member of our parish community, please contact the parish office.
Mass Schedule
Monday-Friday:
Saturday:
Saturday Vigil:
Sunday Masses:
7:00 AM
8:00 AM
4:30 PM
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
6:00 PM
F
Weekly Lenten Reconciliation
Saturday: 8:30 - 9:00 AM
3:30 - 4:00 PM
Wednesday: 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Private Prayer
The Chapel, located in the Oblate
Residence, is open during the week
from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM for prayer
and devotion.
First Friday Eucharistic Devotion
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
takes place in the Chapel - 7:30 AM to
6:00 PM on the First Friday of the
month (September thru June).
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If you would like to receive updates and
information about parish events, please
send an email: [email protected]
If you wish, you can make me clean.
7 E Chestnut Hill Ave • Philadelphia, PA 19118 • 215-247-0430 • www.omcparish.com
Spiritual Week at Our Mother of Consolation
We Celebrate Baptisms this weekend…
We Celebrate Weddings this weekend…
We Pray for……
Those serving in our military, especially: Thomas F. Burke,
John Dobbins, Eric Duckworth, Ronald E. Gabor, Jr.,
Christopher Gaiters, Tim Gallagher, Clint Hajek, Thomas
Howe, Stephen R. Irwin, Timothy Kelley, Alexander S. Martin,
Jack R. Martin, Edward T. McCann, Brendan McCormick,
Anthony Palombi, Billy Rousch, Ryan Sullivan
Those who have died, especially: Sr. Joan Marie Berk, SSJ ,
Sr. Catherine Newell, SSJ, & Sr. Katharine E. Doyle, SSJ
Those who are sick and homebound, especially: Mary Helen
Adler, Stephanie Anderson, Gloria Antinucci, Dolores Bazzoli,
Kathleen Bonanno, Katie Brennan, Rozanne Brickley, Cliff
Brown, Joanne Brown, Hilary Bruce, Eileen Cawley, Megan
Conboy, Winston Chin-Ahin, Georgette Cook, Hugh Cregan,
Don Daddario, Philip & Mary D’Amico, David Delowery,
Frances Delli Carpini, Rosemarie Dietz, Mario Diliberty, Joan
Gain, Terry Gibbons, Bill Gregg, Mary Helen Hogan, Agnes
Grossman, Shane Guano, Helen Henry, Alice Herron, Ed
Hooven, Sheila Kendall, Marie King, William King, Dale
Kinley, Tim Kitchen, Bobby Langdon, Jr., John Lang, Betty
Leech, Irene Livramento, Ruth Longo, Jennifer Leaming Lyons,
Mary MacFarland, Anthony Mancini, Maria Mancini, Mary
Mang, George McCombe, Robyn Muldrow, Eileen Mullen,
Anne Murphy, Kevin O’Brien, Theresa Nocero, Darryl Palmer,
Pat Patkus, Ken Patrick, Dominic Pironti, John Paul Pironti,
William Patrick Pironti, Rita Pomilio, Richard Porth, Megan
Ramus, Gene Reilly, Michael Reinking, Robert Richey, III,
Joseph Rizzo Jr., Joseph Rizzo Sr., Kiersten Reilly, Ernest
Robinson, Rosemary Schoendorfer, Harold Shelly, Frances
Shinn, David Sickles Sr., Regina Raphael Smith, SSJ, Matt
Sokol, Caroline Sweeney, Michael Sweeney, Walter Sullivan,
Lt. Ryan Timoney, Alice Georgia Unsworth, Mary Violi, Patsy
Walsh, Mary Warner, Peggy Webber, Darrin Wood, and those
who care for them.
Announced Masses
Monday, February 16
7:00 AM: Joseph Konopelski
req by Rita Bruno
Tuesday, February 17
7:00 AM: Philip Rosino
req by Pat Burt
Wednesday, February 18 – ASH WEDNESDAY
7:00 AM: Catherine Zealberg
req by Sr. Toni Longo, ASC
9:00 AM
Service
12:10 PM
Sr. Catherine Newell, SSJ
req by The OMC Parish Community
7:00 PM
Service
Thursday, February 19
7:00 AM: Sr. Joan Marie Berk, SSJ
req by The OMC Parish Community
Friday, February 20
7:00 AM: Sr. Katharine E. Doyle, SSJ
req by The OMC Parish Community
Saturday, February 21
8:00 AM: Sr. Charles Helene McNeelis, SSJ
req by Rose & Carmine Viola
4:30 PM:
Albert Bonitatibus
req by his Mother
Sunday, February 22 – First Sunday of Lent
7:30 AM: Dr. Walter Matteucci &
Joanne Matteucci Cottee
req by his Wife / her Mother
9:00 AM:
Julius Guarino, M.D.
req by Jude Bruno & Family
Stewardship of Treasure
11:00 AM: Dermott Glackin
req by his wife Joan & Family
Week of February 8, 2015: $ 12,068
Weekly Budgeted: $12,500
6:00 PM:
The Parish Finance Council invites you to consider
online giving as a way of supporting the Sunday
Collection throughout the year. For more information,
please visit www.omcparish.com and click on the
“Online Giving” icon. Your continued and consistent
contributions to the parish are greatly appreciated.
Susie O’Donnell
req by Family
Question of the Week
Youth: What do you want to ask Jesus to do for you?
Adults: Can you share a time you experienced Jesus’
healing touch?
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A Thought from St. Francis de Sales
“It is useless to confess a sin, even of little consequence, unless one is determined
to correct oneself.”
.”
The Week at a Glance
Monday, February 16 – No School – President’s Day
7:30 PM: Small Faith Community (Chapel)
7:30 PM: St. Vincent de Paul Meeting (Parish Center)
Tuesday, February 17
7:00 PM: Salesian Disciples Meeting (Parish Center)
7:00 PM: Women Sharing (Chapel)
Wednesday, February 18 – ASH WEDNESDAY
Masses: 7:00 AM & 12:10 PM
Services: 9:00 AM & 7:00 PM
7:30 PM: Peace & Justice Meeting (Parish Center)
Thursday, February 19
1:30 PM: Caring Hearts (Parish Center)
7:00 PM: Choir Rehearsal (Church)
Friday, February 20
8:15 AM: Parents’ Prayer (Convent)
Saturday, February 21
Sunday, February 22 – 1st Sunday of Lent
9:00 AM: Sunday Story (Church)
11:00 AM: Choir will sing at Mass (Church)
OMC selected to participate in a National Study!
OMC has been selected to participate in a national study of
vibrant parishes conducted by the Catholic Leadership
Institute! Please help us participate by completing a 10-15
minute survey online beginning on February 17. If we have
your email on the Parish Data System, the National Study
survey will be emailed directly to you by
[email protected] survey
will only be available from February 17 to March 10 and
will ask you to reflect on your own spiritual growth and
enable you to provide feedback on what efforts the parish is
doing to help you grow. All responses will be confidential
and the parish will only receive information about the
community as whole.
We are trying to get the highest response rate possible.
This information will be invaluable to the Parish Staff and
our Parish Pastoral Council as we strive to create a vital,
welcoming Catholic faith community that embraces each
person. We will receive the results in May/June, at which
time we will share what we have learned with the entire
parish.
If you don’t use email: You can obtain a paper copy by
contacting Mary Cassidy 215-247-0430.
Fast & Abstinence & Other Acts of Penance
The Bishops of the United States prescribe, as minimal
obligation, that all persons who are 14 years of age and
older are bound to abstain from eating meat on Ash
Wednesday, February 18, 2015, and on all Fridays
of Lent and Good Friday. Further, all persons 18
years of age or older, up to and including their 59th
birthday, are bound to fast by limiting themselves to a
single full meal on Ash Wednesday and on Good
Friday, while the other two meals on those days are to
be light.
All the faithful are encouraged, when possible, to
participate at Mass and to receive the Holy Eucharist
daily, to celebrate frequently the Sacrament of
Penance, to undertake spiritual reading, especially the
study of the Sacred Scriptures, and to participate in
parish Lenten devotions, as well as Lenten education
programs. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is
especially recommended.
All are encouraged to participate in Operation Rice
Bowl which has aided countless hungry persons here in
the Archdiocese, as well as throughout our nation and
our world.
Ash Wednesday Day of Reflection for Men
and Women – Wednesday, February 18, 2015,
from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM at the Malvern Retreat House
(315 S. Warren Avenue, Malvern, PA 19355). Directed
by Msgr. Joseph Marino. Cost: $40. Registration at 9:00
AM.
Telephone:
610-644-0400 / Website:
www.malvernretreat.com.
Change our Hearts This Time: A Lenten
Morning of Prayer – Saturday, February 28,
2015 – Plan now to give God and you a short, quiet,
time together as we enter into the second full week of
Lent. Gather with others from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM to
pray over the Scriptures for the Second Sunday of Lent
and allow them to touch you deeply and change your
heart. A light breakfast will be provided between 8:30
AM – 9:00 AM in the Parish Center. Bring an
open,willing spirit and a heart full of love. All the rest
will be given by our God! Registration is required.
Contact Sr. Christine at [email protected] or
call 215-247-0430.
Thank you very much for your help.
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Interested in making a difference in the
lives of others? Ever thought about
volunteering for a summer? - The SSJ
Mission Corps Summer Experience is a two-month
volunteer program at Saint Mary by-the-Sea Retreat
House in Cape May Point, New Jersey. Volunteers
are invited to live in community and to open
themselves to God’s transforming grace in service to
retreatants. This opportunity is for women ages 19-30
who seek an experience of Gospel living. One year
of college is required. This program is sponsored by
the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia, PA. The
priority deadline for application is March 1, 2015.
Dates: June 20 – August 12, 2015. Contact
Information: email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.ssjmissioncorps.org/summerexperience.html or call Rebecca Little, Director,
215-248-7235.
Mark Your Calendars – FREE Stage
Production here at OMC! - On Friday, March 6
at 7:30 PM, you can experience the entire gospel of St.
Mark in two amazing hours of inspiring storytelling by
priest and actor, Rev. Joseph Morris. This is not a
reading or talk but a dynamic stage proclamation of an
ancient story about God’s healing love. Fr. Morris
portrays all of the characters as he narrates the story
directly out of the biblical text. “Mark's Gospel LIVE”
is a solo performance that has enjoyed over 200
performances throughout the US, UK, and Canada. A
free-will offering will be taken to offset the expenses of
Fr. Morris. Come and bring a friend!
OMC Spirituality & Theology Book Group
Next Meeting: Weds., February 25, 2015 - 7:30 PM
Place: Parish Center
Book: Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton (ca. 160 pages)
In this classic apologia, Chesterton makes a reasoned case
for Christian faith. He presents Christianity as the answer to
natural human needs, the "answer to a riddle" in his own
words, and not simply as an arbitrary truth received from
somewhere outside the boundaries of human experience.
Considered by many as the most brilliant book of
apologetics in the English language, it was written in 1908
in response to a challenge from one of his readers to state
his creed. Rarely has any challenge been more gloriously
and chivalrously met. The reader is treated to a witty and
insightful work that illustrates how reasonable orthodoxy
really is, despite the attacks of its critics. The book also
provides a spiritual autobiography, as Chesterton employs
his own discovery of orthodox Christianity in order to
defend its beauty and its sanity against modern secular
schools of philosophy. The book manages to intellectually
challenge the reader, while still appealing to a child-like
sense of awe at the world around us.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
After the devastating flood that Noah and his family
experienced, God established a covenant with them,
promising never again to let such harm come to them.
He promised to watch over them and take care of
them through his Providence. The sign of this
covenant was the rainbow that appeared in the sky
above them. God is now again asking you to be a
sign of this covenant and providence to his priests
who have faithfully served you and your families in
the past.
Our priests have cared for you spiritually, and many
times physically and emotionally, through their
ministries in parishes, schools, hospitals, and many
other areas of your lives. Many of them have gone to
their reward with God, but there are still many more
who need your help. They are in retirement or are
unable to minister actively because of physical
ailments. Villa St. Joseph in Darby, PA, and Regina
Coeli in Warminster, PA, provide happy homes for
all our retired priests. Other nursing facilities
throughout the Archdiocese provide for those with
special needs. At this time in their lives they depend
on your prayerful and financial support to meet their
needs.
Our annual 2015 Collection for the Care of Aging
and Infirm Priests of the Archdiocese will be taken
up on the weekend of February 21/22, 2015,
throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. You
have always been so faithful and generous to them in
the past and we are deeply grateful to you. Through
your love and gratitude, God will continue to watch
over them and care for them for their remaining days.
You are in their daily Mass intentions and prayers,
and we ask you to remember them in yours.
Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.
Archbishop of Philadelphia
MAN-UP PHILLY 2015 – Experience our area’s
largest men’s spirituality conference first-hand and join
others who are ready to Man-Up by living their true
calling. We encourage all men to join us on Saturday,
March 7, 2015, at St. Joseph University Hagan Arena
for an inspiring time of faith and sharing. Questions:
Call 484-278-1036. Please register online by visiting
website: www.manupphilly.com.
Bulletin Articles & Inserts
March 1 – articles & inserts due February 19
March 8 – articles & inserts due February 26
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Principal’s Corner by Mr. Bruce Hagy
Catholic Education in Chestnut Hill since 1862
The Good News is in being a Scientist – Every year our 6th and 7th graders participate in our OMC School
Science Fair. In doing so they become true scientists as they engage the Scientific Method in an effort to unravel a
puzzle of the natural world. The Method has 6 steps: Ask a Question, Do Background Research, Construct a
Hypothesis, Test Your Hypothesis by Doing an Experiment, Analyze Your Data and Draw a Conclusion, and
Communicate Your Results. The students this year who were best able to navigate this process were:
6th Grade
Liam O’Connell – 1st Place
“Horrorcrafts”
Alyssa Mayberry – 2nd Place
“Is it getting Hot in Here?”
Andrew Kallmeyer – 3rd Place
“Tick-Tock a Food Powered Clock”
Alexa Leckrone – Special Achievement
“The Tennis Court of Gravity”
Bea Nery – Special Achievement
“To Eat or not to Eat”
7th Grade
Jalynn Johnson – 1st Place
“Lend me a Hand”
Catherine Grogan – 2nd Place
“Musical Mayhem”
Destiny Grundy – 3rd Place
“3 Cheeses race for the Mold”
Keino Kinard – Special Achievement
“Disinfecting Wipes: Do they Work?”
All the 6th and 7th graders are to be applauded for their scientific inquiry.
Questions were answered, new ones were raised, and much was learned.
Peace & Justice Winter Collection Drive
this weekend - February 14/15. We are collecting
socks, gloves, scarves, and hats. Donations will be
distributed to DeSales Service Works, St. John’s
Hospice, and several other organizations for the
homeless. Pope Francis has asked all of us to
support the poor and homeless in whatever way we
can. The Vatican will be providing shaves and
haircuts for the homeless of Rome over the new few
months. We can help by providing a source of
warmth for those on the cold streets of Philadelphia
and Camden. Please leave your items in the baskets
provided in the Church vestibule. Thank you for
helping those in need.
Annual Archdiocesan Mass Honoring the Gifts of
Persons with Disbilities, The Deaf Community,
Family, Friends and Caregivers – Saturday, March
21, 2015, at 10:30 AM at the Cathedral Basilica
(18th & Benjamin Franklin Parkway). RSVP: go to
www.archphila.org or call 215-587-3530 or email
[email protected]
Save the Date:
OMC will be hosting the guests from the
Northwest Interfaith Hospitality Network from
March 22 to March 28. More info will
follow.
Saturday, February 28th
Where
Lutheran Theological Seminary
7301 Germantown Ave in Mt. Airy
Time
6:30 PM
Tickets
$35/person if paid before Feb-20
$40/person after Feb-20
Includes
Light dinner & dessert plus beer and soft
drinks
… or you can BYOB!
Teams
Form your own… or let us put you with
another team
Contact Chris Kallmeyer to sign up!
[email protected] / 215-844-0901
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Our Mother of Consolation Parish Information
7 E. Chestnut Hill Ave. • Philadelphia, PA 19118 • 215-247-0430 • Fax 215-247-2506 • www.omcparish.com
Parish Office Hours
Oblates of St. Francis de Sales
Fr. Bob Bazzoli, OSFS
Pastor
[email protected]
Fr. Robert Mulligan, OSFS
In Residence
[email protected]
Fr. Mark Plaushin, OSFS
In Residence
[email protected]
Monday thru Friday - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Tuition/Business Hours
Monday thru Thursday - 9:00 to 4:00 PM
Accessibility
Deacon (Retired)
Entrance – For those who are unable to use the
front steps, a ramp is located to the left of the
main entrance.
Mrs. Mary Cassidy
Director of Parish Services
[email protected]
Seating – Seating for those who have difficulty
in walking is available in the front pew.
Mr. Carl Gedeik
Director of Music Ministry
[email protected]
Sr. Christine Konopelski, SSJ
Pastoral Associate
for Faith Formation
[email protected]
Mrs. Sharon Violi
Bookkeeper/Tuition Officer
[email protected]
Parish Staff
Deacon Cliff Brown
Mr. Dave Vogelbacker
Business Manager
[email protected]
Sound Amplification System – An
amplification system is available for those with
a hearing impairment. Please contact the parish
office to obtain an earpiece for your personal
use.
Marriage – Please contact the parish office at
least 9 months prior to the wedding date you
desire and before making any other arrangements.
Baptism – Are you expecting a child? Parents
Parish Pastoral Council:
Mark Badstubner, Bob
Bazzoli, OSFS, Jacob Bucko, Kathleen Currie, Adriana
Della Porta, Patricia Green, Isobel Grogan, Rosemary
McGee, Nancy McGettigan, Christine Konopelski, SSJ,
Eleanor Peck, Bill Rooney, Nancy Rue, Paul Sharkey
participate in the preparation session prior to the
Sessions
Baptism, usually during pregnancy.
will be conducted at the Parish Center (7 E.
Chestnut Hill Avenue). For more information,
contact the Parish Center (215-247-0430).
Parish Finance Council:
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) –
Bob Bazzoli, OSFS, Justin
Brennan, Suzanne Danella, Regina Forrence, James Griffith,
Joe Hohenleitner, Mike Jones, Maureen Malloy, Matt
Mihalich, Frank Miller, Rich Wade
Our Mother of Consolation Parish School
17 E. Chestnut Hill Ave • Philadelphia, PA 19118
215-247-1060
Fax 215-247-0590
school.omcparish.com
www.facebook.com/OMCParishSchool
School United Way # 51518
Mr. N. Bruce Hagy
Principal
[email protected]
Mrs. Colleen Amuso
Director of Advancement
[email protected]
Mrs. Suzanne Lasek
Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
The RCIA is the sacramental process by which a
person seeks full initiation into the Catholic
Church through the sacraments of Baptism,
Confirmation, and Eucharist. If you are interested
in learning more about becoming a Catholic,
please contact the Parish Center (215-247-0430).
Ministry to the Sick & Homebound – Please
help us to remain informed about parishioners
who are hospitalized, homebound, or in a nursing
facility. If you know of someone who wishes to
celebrate the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick,
please contact the Parish Center (215-247-0430).
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