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St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church
445 N. Main Street • Sellersville, PA
www.stagneschurch.org
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February 15, 2015
Highlights of our
PARISH OFFICE
PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
445 N. Main Street, Sellersville, PA 18960
We, the people of St. Agnes Parish, are a Catholic community that:
OFFICE HOURS
• worships God • spreads the Good News of Christ • serves those in need
The Parish Office is open Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM until 4:30
PM (closed from Noon to 12:45 PM) or by Appointment.
MASSES (*)
Saturday Vigil:
5:15 PM
Parish Office
215-257-2128
Sundays:
8:00 AM, 10:00 AM and 12:00 (Noon)
Parish Office Fax
215-257-4561
Weekdays:
8:00 AM (Monday-Friday)
Saturdays:
9:00 AM
Pastor
Holy Days:
Vigil-5:15 PM, 9:00 AM and 7:30 PM *
Rev. Jeffrey M. Stecz (x111)
(* schedule changes for New Year’s Day and
Deacons
Ash Wednesday)
Deacon Harry Tucker
Deacon R. Lyle Benner
ROSARY: Mondays–6:30 PM-Adoration Chapel; Saturdays-8:00 AM-Church
Director of Religious Education
CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP: Tuesdays—7:00 PM (Chapel)
Ms. Anne D. Hayes (215-257-1811)
Business Manager
ST. JOHN PAUL II ADORATION CHAPEL: Chapel is open all week
Mrs. Kathleen S. Raub (x116)
until Midnight on Saturday and re-opens Sunday at 2:00 pm.
Parish Secretary
Ms. Rosemary Makovec (x110)
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION (Confession) (*)
Director of Liturgical Music
Saturdays:
8:30-8:50 AM / 4:00-4:45 PM
Ms. Catherine Kasnel
(*) Schedules differ around Christmas and Easter
Coordinators of Youth Ministry
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM: Arrangements are made in advance. Contact the
Deacon Lyle & Donna Benner (x160)
Parish Office to obtain a copy of the Baptismal guidelines (including who can be
E-mail: deaconlyle@verizon.net
Godparents) and information on arrangements.
The Lord’s Cupboard
Ms. Tracey Pressley (x161)
St. Agnes-Sacred Heart School (SASH)
Ms. Margaret Graham, Principal 215-822-9174
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE: Arrangements must be made with the priest at
least six months prior to the date of the wedding. This is to allow adequate preparation for this Sacrament. Pre-Cana classes or Engaged Encounter Weekends are
required. Contact the Parish Office to obtain information on arrangements.
United Way of Southeastern PA Identification Code for
St. Agnes Service Association - #1918
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK/HOMEBOUND: We urge parishioners who are
seriously ill or facing surgery to receive the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
prior to admission to the hospital.
PARISH MEMBERSHIP
Welcome to our parish family. Our faith community invites all its
members to participate fully in our spiritual and social life. New
members and families should register as soon as possible at the
Parish Office.
MINISTERS OF COMMUNION bring Holy Communion to those confined to
their home. Call the Parish Office to make arrangements.
LETTERS OF ELIGIBILITY FOR BAPTISM and CONFIRMATION: A
letter of eligibility is asking for a priest to sign and acknowledge that the person
is 16 years of age or more, confirmed and married in the Catholic Church and
celebrating the sacraments regularly. This person must be registered and an
active member of the parish for at least six (6) months.
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WELCOMING COMMITTEE
Attention Saint Agnes Parishioners!
The Welcoming Committee extends a
warm greeting to new and current parishioners. We seek to invite you to
feel more a part of our faith community by
providing you with helpful information about
our parish organizations and committees. For
more information, please call Rachel Plaska at
215-453-9818 or Donna Bell at 215-453-8472.
DONUT SUNDAY
Please join us after the 8 AM and 10 AM
Masses on Sunday, February 22 in the
parish social hall for Donut Sunday hosted by our Hospitality Committee. (weather permitting!!)
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The leper will dwell apart, making
an abode outside the camp (Leviticus 13:1-2, 44-46).
Psalm — I turn to you, Lord, in time of trouble, and
you fill me with the joy of salvation (Psalm 32).
Second Reading — Do everything for the glory of
God; be imitators of Christ (1 Corinthians 10:31 —
11:1).
Gospel — The leprosy left him immediately, and he
was made clean (Mark 1:40-45).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997,
International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Gn 4:1-15, 25; Ps 50:1, 8, 16bc-17,
20-21; Mk 8:11-13
Tuesday:
Gn 6:5-8; 7:1-5, 10; Ps 29:1a, 2, 3ac4, 3b, 9c-10; Mk 8:14-21
Wednesday:
Jl 2:12-18; Ps 51:3-6ab, 12-14, 17;
2 Cor 5:20 — 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday:
Dt 30:15-20; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 9:22-25
Friday:
Is 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6ab, 18-19;
Mt 9:14-15
Saturday:
Is 58:9b-14; Ps 86:1-6; Lk 5:27-32
Sunday:
Gn 9:8-15; Ps 25:4-9; 1 Pt 3:18-22;
Mk 1:12-15
The Altar Candles in the Adoration Chapel
for the Week of February 15
are in Memory of
Frank & Josephine Nizio
(Donated by Georgie Werner)
St. Agnes Church #225
PRAYERS FOR THE SICK
Names are added to the list of Prayers for
the Sick upon request from the individual or
from the sick person's family. Please pray
for:
Missy Kuban, Mary Ann Gill, Michael Druchala, Joseph
Connor, Eleanor Stecz, Lena Dorsi, Charlie Hafler,
Ruth Hacker, Karl Altomare, Thomas Meehan, Marge
Prisnock, Richard & Marlene Laverick, Brayden Zackon,
Jason Hamburger, Donna Mongrandi, David Moyer,
Rachael Behn, Paul Bennis, Margaret Davis, Jordan
Stone, Walter Lewis, Pat Malolie, Marlene Kramer,
Margaret Graham, Madelyn Turock, Craig Cullison,
James Dewald, Josephine Schiavone and Dan Lezoche
When the Lord has answered your prayers, please notify the
Parish Office so we can remove that person's name from the
list.
Pope Francis’ Quotes
“Having faith does not mean having no
difficulties, but having the strength to
face them, knowing we are not alone.”
“Jesus is not a figure from the past: he
continues now and always to light the
way for us.”
Twitter 2/6,2/8
Pro-Life Corner
In the way I treat others I am showing how
much I value their lives. If I show care, concern and respect in my relationships, I am
breathing life into these relationships. Am I
doing this in all my relationships?
Pastoral Council Meeting
Our next Pastoral Council meeting is
this Thursday, February 19th at 7 PM in
the Social Hall Meeting Room.
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Pastor’s Corner . . .
We are about to begin a new Lenten journey this week. It’s
a great time to step back, not just today, but throughout the
whole season of Lent (40 days) to examine our lives and our
relationship with the Lord. What we see as we get introspective and are honest before the Lord may not be the best version of ourselves. We may not like everything we see. I
found the words on HOLINESS of Pope Emeritus Benedict
XVI very encouraging, “Holiness does not consist in not
making mistakes or never sinning. Holiness grows with capacity for conversion, repentance, willingness to begin again,
and above all with the capacity for reconciliation and forgiveness.” Holiness is not unattainable, as if it is a star we
cannot reach. Holiness is something very real. Holiness is
an encounter with God who is all holy. Holiness is cooperating with the grace of the Holy Spirit and seeing with new
eyes, living with hearts on fire for love for the Lord, and
knowing that we can place our trust and hope in the Lord.
We have much to be thankful for, but most especially for
God’s willingness to let us begin again, and again, His ability to forgive time and again. Let us begin again, let us be
holy!!! My prayers that this Lenten Season is a time of
drawing closer to God who is holy so that we can be holy.
Know that you my St. Agnes family are fondly remembered
daily in my prayers. If you need to contact me, please call
the Rectory or e-mail me at: frjeffstecz@yahoo.com. You
can also follow me on Twitter: @frjeffstecz. I am here to
serve you.
In Christ,
Father Jeff
St. Agnes Church #225
Congratulations SASH
Cheerleaders
Our SASH Cheerleaders competed at
Nationals in Disney World last weekend
and we are happy to announce that they
placed 7th in their heat, 9th in the nation,
and 1st in the entire northeast!!!! We are
so proud of our SASH girls and their
coaches!!!
St. Agnes Youth Group
St Agnes Youth Group meets on
Wednesday evenings from 7 pm to 9
pm. Meetings are in the Youth Room on
the first floor of the Convent. All Youth
in Grades 9 through 12 are welcome. For
information, please contact: Deacon Lyle
Benner at deaconlyle@verizon.net
Tech Track . . .
Blog – Our parishioner, Michael Bollinger, who is in the seminary, is keeping
a blog. Check it out: http://
www.semcasual.org/author/mbollinger/
Attention Night-Owls !!
Our Adoration Chapel is in need of two
night adorers - Monday at 2:00 am
(immediate) and Tuesday at 2:00 am
(beginning March). If you can help, call/
text Sue at 215-983-9701.
Have You Remembered St. Agnes?
Remember St. Agnes in your prayers first
and foremost (parishioners, staff, deacons
and pastor). May we continue to be nurtured in our faith so we can be leaven for
the world. Remember St. Agnes in your
support of time, talent and treasure. Volunteer time for your parish using your gifts
so we can continue the mission of the
Church. Remember St. Agnes weekly and
in your will so we can continue the mission
of Christ and His Church. Contact Fr. Jeff
Stecz or Kathy Raub (Business Manager)
for more information.
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St. Agnes Church #225
CONSULTATION ON THE FAMILY
This past weekend, you heard how the Catholic Charities Appeal impacts on the most needy
in our Greater Philadelphia Area. Because of
your generosity, special education students are
given the tools to succeed, the homeless are
given a safe place to eat, sleep, and get back on
their feet, students in rough neighborhoods are
given a safe place to learn, and retired priests
who have spent their lives caring for others,
receive the medical attention they need in their
final years. Thank you for your support of the
2015 Catholic Charities Appeal and Give Hope
to those who need it most. In addition to using
the donation envelope that you received directly from the Archdiocese, you can also make a
secure payment, pledge or gift online at:
catholiccharitiesappeal.org.
Your help is needed. In preparation for the Synod of
Bishops meeting in October in Rome, questions are
being disseminated and collated. The consultation requires a thoughtful reading and reflection on this document (Lineamenta) and a response to questions that
accompany it. This document can be found in English at
http://www.vatican.va. The questions concerning the
family can be found online and completed electronically
at www.archphila.org by clicking on the link
“Consultation of the Clergy and Faithful for 2015 Synod
of Bishops in Rome.” Responses to the questions are to
be returned by Monday, March 9, 2015, to this designated e-mail address, 2015SynodofBishops@archphila.org. All responses will be collated and
form a general response of the clergy and faithful of the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia to assist with the preparation for the 2015 Synod of Bishops. Thank you for your
time and interest in this consultation. Let us pray together for the greater proclamation of the Gospel and its
reception among us on Christian family.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 2015
Four Stages of Prayer Course
Is your prayer life in a rut? Are you longing to connect with God in prayer? The season of Lent is
the perfect time for a revival! Susan Brinkmann, OCDS and the Catholic Life Institute
is offering a 5-week course on the four stages
of prayer based on the teaching of St. Teresa
of Avila. Classes include instruction (and
practice!) in mental prayer, meditation, contemplation, and more. Discover the Catholic
contemplative tradition in all its glory! Classes will be held on Thursday evenings in the
parish hall from 7:00 - 8:30 pm from February 26 to March 26. Cost for the 5-week
course is $35 per person. Visit
www.freeandfaithful.com to register or call/
text Sue at 215-983-9701.
Come along on our Radical Ride on the Wings of Prayer
with Amazing Angels and Super Saints. VBS is planned
for June 22 through June 26. We are excited as we plan
our adventure and ride with some very interesting characters and stories. Registration forms will be available
soon. We are asking adults who are interested in participating as Crew Leaders to contact the Commander,
Tamara Markley, at tamara.markley@gmail.com for
more information. We’ll need solid planning so we can
have a Smooth Ride! Don’t let the ride start without
you. Don’t miss the fun!
Grand View Health Hospice
Grand View Hospice is looking for caring people willing to share their time with this important volunteer
training program. Training includes instruction in hospice philosophy, listening and communication skills,
the experience of death, dying and grief and practical
information needed to assist patients and their families.
The free six week course begins on March 2 (6:30 pm8:30 pm). If you are interested in this rewarding volunteer experience, please contact Volunteer Coordinator,
Carlene Meyers at 215-453-4149 to schedule an interview.
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FAST AND ABSTINENCE AND OTHER
ACTS OF P ENANCE FOR LENT
The Bishops of the United States prescribe, as minimal obligation, that all
persons who are fourteen years of age
and older are bound to abstain from eating meat on
Ash Wednesday, February 18, on all the Fridays of
Lent and Good Friday. Further, all persons eighteen
years of age and older, up to and including their
fifty-ninth 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. Rice Bowl kits can be found
at all exits of the Church.
ASH WEDNESDAY MASSES
AM and 7:30 PM (Blessed Ashes are imposed during the Mass) (* No 5:15 PM Mass or Stations of the Cross on Ash Wednesday)
St. Agnes Church #225
SASH SCHOOL NEWS
Financial Aid Applications for the 2015-2016 school year
through BLOCS are available on line now. BLOCS is a
Financial Aid Program for families of students enrolling
in Pre-Kindergarten-12 in a participating Catholic School
including SASH. Please visit www.psas.org/blocs for
more information or call Stephanie Saveriano at
215-822-8403
Travel with Deacon Tucker to Italy
Deacon Harry Tucker will be the Chaplain on a
trip to Italy Regular.
Where: Rome, Tuscany, Florence, Assisi, Venice
Trip Dates: October 17-22, 2015
Cost: $3,699.00 Airfare and ALL-Included
To register, please contact (855) 842-8001 or
(508) 340-9370. You can also register online at
www.proximotravel.com
9:00
DAILY LENTEN MASSES
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 5:15 PM Mass
Saturday: 9 AM Mass
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Every Wednesday evening at 7:30 PM in the
Church starting February 25.
Can You Help ?
We are looking for someone to go to Grandview
Hospital to distribute Holy Communion to Catholic patients on a weekly basis. If you can spare a
few hours on a Monday or Tuesday and are interested in helping, please call JoAnn at 215-5705413. Thank you.
Host a Family
Thousands will visit for this
international event from September 22-27, 2015. You can
open your home and host a
family or an individual. It is
easy to sign-up online. Be a part of this historic
event and learn more at WorldMeeting2015.org
or email us at host@WorldMeeting2015.org.
To register or to learn more,
please visit:
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FEBRUARY 15, 2015
Sixth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
February 15, 2015
Whatever you eat or drink, or whatever you do,
do everything for the glory of God.
— 1 Corinthians 10:31
St. Agnes Church #225
OFFERTORY COLLECTION AND
ELECTRONIC FUNDS GIVING
February 8, 2015: $12,214.40
February 9, 2014: $10,570.93
COLLECTIONS THIS WEEK (02-15-15)
First Collection: In Support of the Parish
Second Collection: None
COLLECTIONS NEXT WEEK (02-22-15)
First Collection: In Support of the Parish
Second Collection: Care of the Aging and Infirm
Priests of the Archdiocese
Saturday, February 14
5:15 PM
+ Susanne Balsamo
Sunday, February 15—Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 AM + Deceased Members of the Doll
and Iacono Families
10:00 AM + Tillie Keliher
12:00 PM + For the Deceased Members of the
Msgr. Long Knights of Columbus
Council
Monday
8:00 AM
- For the Intentions of Mimi Pratte
Tuesday
8:00 AM
+ Albert Guerra
Ash Wednesday
9:00 AM
- Living & Deceased of the Parish
7:30 PM
- Living & Deceased of the Parish
Thursday
8:00 AM
+ Rosalie Guida
Friday
8:00 AM
- For the Intentions of James McCool, Sr.
5:15 PM
+ Deacon Donald Kretsch
Saturday, February 21
9:00 AM
+ Joseph J. McGonigal
5:15 PM
+ Joseph & Rose Cassell and
Ed, Betty and Butch Wasser
Sunday, February 22—First Sunday of Lent
8:00 AM + June Martin
10:00 AM + Antonio, Maria & Mary Schiavone
12:00 PM + Joseph, Andrew & Frank Makovec
SASH CYO Spring Registration is OPEN
SASH CYO spring registration is now open for all
spring sports. If your children are interested in playing
baseball, softball, or track & field, please register
now at www.olsh-hilltown.com. We are looking to
have a JV and Varsity team in all sports this year, so
any child in 5th – 8th grades is welcome to play at
SASH. SASH CYO provides a fun and competitive
atmosphere and all our games are local. If you have
any questions, email John Gallagher johnmgallagher@verizon.net.
SASH CRUSADER FOOTBALL
The SASH CRUSADER Football team will open registration in May this year. The football team is looking for children in 5th and 6th grades for JV football
and 7th and 8th grades for Varsity football. There is no
weight limit in CYO football. Email questions for
football to sashcrusaders@gmail.com
SASH CYO Board needs you!! If you are able to
give back to your parish community, please consider
helping us! We have openings for all positions on the
board. Volunteering your experience and talents can
help our parish CYO continue to grow. Please contact
Christina Altopiedi poshchristina@yahoo.com for
more information.
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If you or someone you know struggles with Depression,
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• Attend Our FREE Support Groups
and/or Forums
• Take Our FREE Education Classes
(Starting in the Fall)
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100 W. Main St., Suite 105, Lansdale
215-855-4217
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