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February 15, 2015 –Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
The Roman Catholic Community of
St. John the Baptist Parish
Administered by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart
4050 Durham Road, Ottsville, PA 18942
Rectory: (610) 847-5521
Religious Education: (610) 847-5521
School: (610) 847-5523
www.stjohnsottsville.org / www.sjbottsville.org
STAFF
Pastor: Rev. Simione Volavola, MSC
Parochial Vicar: Rev. Tony Ripp, MSC
Deacon: Ernest D’Angelo
School Headmaster: Mr. Michael Patterson
Coordinator of Religious Education: Donna Sciacca
Dir. of Institutional Advancement: Geoff Meyer
PARISH SPIRITUALITY
Saturday: Vigil Mass 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am & 10:30am
Weekdays: 8:35am (in chapel)
Holy Days: 9:00am & 7:30pm
TV MASS FOR THE HOMEBOUND
Sundays, Channel 6at 5:30am
CONFESSIONS
Saturdays 4:15 -4:45pm or anytime by appointment.
REGISTER
Please register when you move into the parish. This is an
opportunity to become acquainted with our faith community
and to experience the joy of being part of the Church.
Only registered parishioners, in good standing, can receive a
Certificate of Eligibility to act as a Godparent or sponsor.
Fax: (610) 847-5522
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Please call the rectory at any time for the Sacrament of the
Sick. Also the Holy Eucharist will be brought to the sick and
shut-ins upon request to the Parish Office. We celebrate a
Communal Anointing of the Sick in June, near the Feast of
St. John the Baptist.
BAPTISMAL
The Sacrament of Baptism is administered on the fourth
Sunday of every month at 11:30 a.m. Parents are encouraged
to invite family members to the 10:30 Mass as the Sacrament
of Baptism takes place immediately following the Mass.
Parents and Godparents meet for an enrichment class prior to
the Baptism. You will need to call the Parish Office to register
for this class. A Godparent must be a committed, practicing
Catholic, and if from another parish, must have a certificate
of eligibility from his/her pastor. This certificate should be
brought to the enrichment class. A Christian of other
denominations may serve as a Godparent along with a
practicing Catholic.
MARRIAGE
Couples planning marriage are expected to attend Pre-Cana
conferences and to meet with the parish priest several times.
Ordinarily the period of preparation requires a minimum of
six months.
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FEBRUARY 15, 2015 – SIXTH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME
“Moved with pity, he
stretched out
his hand and touched
him, and said to him, "I
will; be clean."
- Mark 1: 41
Masses for the week of Feb. 16 – Feb. 22, 2015
Morning Prayer in St. Joseph Chapel, 8:15am Mon to Fri.
Monday, Feb. 16
8:35am (chapel) Anna DeSandro (a friend)
Tuesday, Feb. 17
8:35am (chapel) Paul Troiano (Grindrod Family)
Wednesday, Feb. 18 – ASH WEDNESDAY
9:00am (church) Bill Sue Carey (Janet & Tony Souza)
7:30pm (church) Parishioners’ Intentions
Thursday, Feb. 19
8:35am (chapel) Intentions of Joan Black (Elaine Jocelyn)
Friday, Feb. 20 – 24 hr. Adoration begins after 9am Mass
9:00am (church) Grace Rossi (Torgerson Family)
7:30pm (church) Stations of the Cross
Saturday, Feb. 21 - 9:00am Exposition, Mass & Benediction
5:00pm (church) Charlotte Lear (Joe & Dot Cegielski)
Sunday, Feb. 22
8:00am (church) Parishioners’ Intentions
10:30am (church) Intentions of Amanda Russell
(Kathy & Rick Angello)
Meetings for the week of Feb. 16 – Feb. 22, 2015
Mon. Feb. 16: Knights of Columbus, 7:30pm - School
Tues. Feb. 17:
Wed. Feb 18: NO BIBLE STUDY
Thurs. Feb. 19: Light Weigh, 7pm – Parish Office
Sat. Feb. 21: Men of Faith, 8am –Marian Room
Sun. Feb. 22: Teen RCIA, 11:45am – Marian Room
The Church Cleaning Team for the week of
February 16th is Team #1: Laura Gumprecht,
Anita Colahan, Susan Middleton, Kate Irvine,
Sharon Forte
Your parish thanks you!
Mass Collection
Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015: $ 5,970.00
Thank you for your generosity!
May the Lord grant eternal rest to
Alice Killanger
and grant comfort and consolation to
her loving family. And may her soul,
through the mercy of God, rest in
eternal peace. Amen
Please remember in your prayers our parishioners who are
sick, homebound, in the hospital, under hospice
or residential care.
Susan Ackerman, Rose Marie Alex, Lillian Appleman, Roger
Bahnck, Mary Balbirer, Elizabeth Bartolillo, John & Loretta
Bodisch, Ann Burns, Libby Chapman, Anne Colyer, Charlene
Cornell, Matthew Crance, Jim Crawford, Chrissy Davis, Glen
DeKutosli, Larry & Joanne Diehl, Terry Dunn, Arlene Eichlin,
Josephine Fasano, Bernice Fees, Charles Fees, Jr., Kathryn Ferris,
Patricia Fite, Sara Fleck, Nancy Fratrik, Mary Gallo, Kathleen
Gaughan, Dylan Geroni, Kathy Geroni, Marie & Rosalyn
Giardullo, Anna Giebler, Judy Green, Susan Gross, Mary Halwski,
Florence Hancharik, Steve Hancharik, Bill Hejnor, Joyceann
Heley, Eli Hinkie, Charles Houston, Doris Johnson, Martha
Juchnowicz, Kathleen Kershaw, Kimberly Koch, Georgine Kocher,
Martha Kocsis, Jack Kocsis, Anthony Kondracki, Deanna Kovner,
Barbara Kuehnle, Ryan Leven, Kathy Donahue Lewis, Kathy
Lightkep, George Lovett, Charles Lutcavage, Julia Maher, Eileen
McCarty, Adelaide McElderry, Bridget Julia McHugh,
Michelle McNevin, Anne McNichol, Florence Middleton, Joseph
Moore, Jennie Moreno, Nancy Moreno, Wanda Muth, Frances
Nowicki, Helen Patzek-Charlton, Ryan Phillips, Nicholas Powell,
Gladys Proca, Marianne Przyuski, Don Raman, Mike Ramos,
Rachael Rice, Gregory Rickert, Joseph Ripp, Valerie Roberts,
Sandy Romaszewski, Sam Rothman, Frederick R. Rude, Dolly
Rutherford, Zina Sauerwine, Jean Scattergood, Lana Schell,
Herbert Scheuermann, Mario Sciacca, Joe Shuman, Gail Silveira,
Carolyn Stahley, Shane Stroup, Michael Suder, Sean Thatcher,
Baby William Patrick Thomas, Maddie Tomaszewski, Douglas &
Frank Toner, Barbara Vogan, Tamara Widmer, Ed Wismer, Baby
Logan Yoder.
Edward Armstrong, Jr.,
Fionna M. Boyle,
Derek Brosius,
Christopher Brune,
Kyle Crossland,
Casey de Lauretis, Steehly de
Lauretis, Michael Froeder,
A.J. Giovino,
Aaron Given,
Bob Hankinson, Victor Hormilla, James Kidd, Stephen Lindmeier,
Jason Litschauer, Cory Litzenberger, Dan O’Connor, Jonathan
Pucci, Dusty Rhodes, Craig Russell, Nicholas Spangler-Loch,
Don Valdez, Justin Walsh.
Thank you for serving &protecting our freedoms!
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Gospel Reflections
A Letter from
Our Pastor, Father Simi
Dear brothers and sisters,
He remained outside in deserted places,
and people kept coming to him from everywhere.
Mark 1:45
We live today in a world of selfies. Selfies. That
was not even a word until very recently. It is used to refer
to photos or pictures that one takes of oneself. It is when
you turn the camera (now in all smartphones) on yourself
and it may or may not include others standing next to you.
This is not all. A selfie is typically meant to be
posted by the same person in the very public arena of
social media. Facebook is almost always filled with people
who like taking pictures of themselves.
They certainly want people to notice them. It
seems like a real and acceptable expression of the need
for recognition, of acceptance, of belonging into the wider
community, though it is a community that exists largely in
the virtual reality of the internet.
This need is ancient: the need for connection, for
belonging. The manner in which this need is expressed
though is entirely new. The selfie is very technologically
sophisticated. It is instantaneous, it is digital (higher
resolution and clarity), and it is instantly global.
This amazing technology seems to only highlight
one other thing too: desperation. We seem even more
desperate nowadays to belong, be accepted. This need for
belonging and appreciation in its many desperate and
unhealthy expressions is what fame is. Fame demands
that I not only be noticed but that I be noticed that I am
better than you, that I am the best.
That is why a selfie is almost always taken and
posted out there to show positive qualities about himself
that that same person wishes to advertise on the internet
and for which he hopes to receive likes, views, and
adulation.
Say something negative about that selfie and
watch the wrath come out of that same person. Herein lies
the great sadness. In trying to promote oneself in
community, a person only ends up exposing his own real
truth; that within him lies a very real, deep and evil illness
of isolation that no one can seem to cure.
It’s the leprosy we all suffer from. The isolation of
the human heart. Deep down in each and every one
human heart, we are so thoroughly alone, deserted,
abandoned. This is the leprosy that we also all try so
desperately to cure with our very technologically advanced
yet very futile attempts. Sad.
This is why our Lord is moved with pity from deep
within His own soul too for the leper in the gospel for this
Sunday. He is sad for all of us. He is here to remedy it, to
cure us of this isolation, to restore our communion with His
Father and with one another.
The curing of this isolation means that He had to go
there and be united with us there, in the deserted place
that our soul is. That is going to be a very arduous and
painful journey that passes through Gethsemane, Calvary
and the most isolated of all places, the tomb.
Hence the stern warning not to publicize the curing
of the skin, because it was only skin deep. There was still
a depth our Lord had yet to descend to, where He was
going to reach the depth of every human soul. It the depth
of isolation that is hell. The isolation hell in all of us.
Yet, like the leper, we are impatient and settle for
less. We are satisfied only with the curing of symptoms but
not the cause of it all. Like the leper in the gospel, we
choose not to go deeper.
Let us ask our Lord to give us patience and
fortitude. Let us ask for the courage to keep going deeper
into our very own souls, embracing all its ugliness,
brokenness, loneliness and pain. We will find that He is
already there, waiting, welcoming us, forgiving us, healing
us, loving us, reconciling us to our long lost Father and to
each other.
God bless you all,
Fr. Simi
Join Us As We Pray…For the Healing of All Families
Monthly ADORATION continues this coming
weekend
FRIDAY, FEB. 19th thru SATURDAY, FEB. 20th
Starting at 10am (immediately after the 9am Mass)
concluding with Benediction at the end of the
9am Mass on Saturday
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FEBRUARY 15, 2015 – SIXTH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME
The Regina Academy at
St. John the Baptist
An opportunity for you to get to
know us better:
Do you seek the Lord Jesus
with expectant faith?
No one who sought Jesus out was refused his help. Even the
untouchables and the outcasts of Jewish society found help
in him. Unlike the people of Jesus' time who fled at the sight
of a leper, Jesus touched the leper who approached him and
he made him whole and clean. Lepers were outcasts of
society. Their physical condition was terrible as they slowly
lost their limbs and withered away. They were not only
shunned but regarded as "already dead" even by their
relatives. The Jewish law forbade anyone from touching or
approaching a leper, lest ritual defilement occur. This leper
did something quite remarkable. He approached Jesus
confidently and humbly, expecting that Jesus could and
would heal him. Normally a leper would be stoned or at least
warded off if he tried to come near a rabbi. Jesus not only
grants the man his request, but he demonstrates the
personal love, compassion, and tenderness of God in his
physical touch. Jesus met the man's misery with compassion
and tender kindness. He communicated the love and mercy
of God in a sign that spoke more eloquently than words. The
Lord is always ready to show us his mercy and to free us
from whatever makes us unclean. Let us pray…” Lord,
inflame my heart with your love and make me
clean. May I never cease to tell others of your
love and mercy." Amen
(Original date postponed due to the snow/ice)
NEW DATE is Monday, Feb. 23rd
Your Child is invited to Spend a Day at the Academy!
Both you and your children can spend the day at the
Academy with our students.
Your child will be able to experience life as an Academy
student, sharing in the many exciting things going on in our
school.
“Shadow Day” is for students in PreK3 through 4th
Grade.
Spaghetti Dinner & Open House
Saturday, Feb. 28th at 4pm.
Please call the
Academy Office at
610-847-5523 to let
us know you will be
joining us.
See you there!
CONGRATULATIONS
to our parish 2ND graders
on receiving their
SACRAMENT of
FIRST RECONCILIATION
For Information and to Register please call
the School Office at 610-847-5523
KNOWING ~ LOVING ~ SERVING ~ LEADING
SNOW MAKE-UP DATES:
th
MONDAY, FEB 16 (President’s Day)
nd
MONDAY, MARCH 2 (No Monday PREP Mass)
TH
MONDAY, APRIL 6 (formerly Easter Break)
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Weekly Prayers
Mondays at 7pm in Our Lady’s Chapel: Adoration,
Liturgy of the Hour, Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet
Wednesday at 9:30 -10:30am in Our Lady’s Chapel:
Liturgy of the Hour, Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet
For additional information or directions, please call Joan Black
at 215-795-2947.
For the Weekend of Feb. 14 & 15, 2015
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The CYO is
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Please stop by & support our youth teams.
By Jon & Sylvia Holznagel
Spring Sports
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Registration forms can be obtained of the Parish website.
Please contact Claire at cmgeib@ aol.com with any questions.
The Four Stages of Prayer
Saturday March 21, 1-4 p.m.
The Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa
554 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA
Specific talk for grade 7-8, 9-12 and parents
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Discover the Catholic contemplative tradition in all its
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Classes will be held on Thursday evenings in the
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Gerri Belsito
Dorothy Cegielski
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Friday, Feb. 27th
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