March 22, 2015 - St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church

MARCH 22, 2015——FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE CATHOLIC CHURCH
720 East Beach Boulevard
P. O. Box 1529
Long Beach, MS 39560
Phone: 228-863-1610; FAX: 228-868-6068
E-mail:
[email protected]
Website:
www.SaintThomasLB.org
Office Hours: M-F, 9:00am-4:30pm
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Vigil Mass, 5:00pm
Sunday Masses: 7:30am, 9:00am, & 6:00pm
Tues, Wed, Thurs, 8:30am
Fri, 6:30am
LENT ADDITIONAL MASSES
Monday-Friday, daily, 12 noon
Sundays, 11:30am
MARCH 22, 2015——FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
Pastor: Fr . Cuthber t “Cuddy” O’Connell
(cell: 228-493-9303)
Parochial Vicar: Fr . Dominic Vu Xuan Pham
Retired: Fr . Pat O’Shaughnessy
Deacon: Er nest “Buddy” Vancour t
Director of Religious Education:
Sr. Cecilia Nguyen, CCSS, 868-3774
[email protected]
Secretary:
Becky Mullins, 863-1610
[email protected]
Bookkeeper:
Beverly Leslie, 863-1610
[email protected]
Liturgy Director:
Paula Spears, 697-7814
[email protected]
Maintenance:
Ben Dilorenzo, 596-3379
[email protected]
Music Director:
Lauren Hymel, 865-3972
[email protected]
Youth Ministry:
Ray Lacy, 863-1610
[email protected]
Pastoral Council:
Matthew Powers, 323-3241
[email protected]
Reconciliation:
Sat., 4:15 – 4:45 pm
(or call 863-1610 for an appointment.)
Eucharistic Adoration:
Every Friday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm in the Chapel (upstairs in
the Office Complex)
Baptism:
Usually held on the second Sunday of each month.
Preparation workshop is required.
Marriage:
Call the office at least six months in advance of scheduled wedding date. Attendance at pre-marriage course is required. Wedding policy guidelines may be obtained from office or on website.
Community Center Rental:
Robert Phillips, 281-773-8328,
[email protected]
Bulletin:
Michele Ponte, editor,
[email protected],
Deadline ten days before publication.
Religious Education (SRE):
Pre-School-5th Grades, Sundays 10:10-11:20am
6th-12th Grades, Wednesdays, 7:00-8:15pm
(September-May)
MARCH 22, 2015——FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
SCRIPTURE CORNER
THE NEW COVENANT
When the prophet Jeremiah coined the term “new covenant” he was actually doing something quite
radical. For the Jewish people, there was only one covenant, the one made between the Lord God and Israel
through Moses at Mount Sinai. For Jeremiah to suggest that God would somehow supersede the covenant
with a new one would have sounded audacious to Jewish ears. But in this way he is a predecessor of Jesus
who, in the Gospel of John, is continually portrayed as superseding the past, establishing the reign of God in
a new way. And in today’s Gospel passage, Jesus the “new covenant” speaks the language of His “new commandment” of love when He tells of the dying grain of wheat, and of our own need to die to self in order to
be raised with Christ. As Lent ends and we prepare to enter into Holy Week, the dying grain of wheat serves
as an excellent symbol of the kind of dying and self-sacrifice to which disciples are called, a symbol of that
new covenant written deep within our hearts.
————-Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Fr. Cuddy
will be installed by
Bishop Morin on March 22nd at the
9:00am Mass, with reception
following in the Community Center.
CATHOLIC SHARING APPEAL
We can be raised to new life by giving some of our blessings to the ministries of the church. Be supportive and
generous by pledging to the Catholic Sharing Appeal to
support the ministries of the Diocese of Biloxi. You have
received a brochure with pledge information from the diocese. There are also envelopes available on the display
cases in church and in the pews. If you have not already
made a pledge, please prayerfully consider this request.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 [41c-62];
Ps 23:1-6; Jn 8:1-11
Tuesday:
Nm 21:4-9; Ps 102:2-3, 16-21; Jn 8:21-30
Wednesday:
Is 7:10-14; 8:10; Ps 40:7-11; Heb 10:4-10;
Lk 1:26-38
Thursday:
Gn 17:3-9; Ps 105:4-9: Jn 8:51-59
Friday:
Jer 20:10-13; Ps 18:2-7; Jn 10:31-42
Saturday:
Ez 37:21-28; Jer 31:10, 11-13; Jn 11:45-56
Sunday:
Mk 11:1-10 or Jn 12:12-16 (procession);
Is 50:4-7; Ps 22:8-9, 17-20, 23-24;
Phil 2:6-11; Mk 14:1 — 15:47 [15:1-39]
WEAR RED
Next Sunday, March 29th, is Palm
Sunday. We encourage you to wear red.
MARY’S WAY OF THE CROSS
The Liturgical Choir and RCIA will be leading
Mary’s Way of the Cross on March 27th at 7pm. The
choir will sing four very moving arrangements, including
“Ten Thousand Angels.” Connie Cole will narrate as the
RCIA lights each station.
FEW REMINDERS
Sun, Mar 22….9am Mass, Fr . Cuddy Installation as
Pastor & reception in community center following.
Sun, Mar 22….11:30am, Mass
Mon, Mar 23….12noon, Mass
Mon, Mar 23….7pm, RCIA meet
Mon, Mar 23….7pm, Catholics Retur ning Home meet
Tues, Mar 24...9am, Quilter s meet
Tues, Mar 24….12noon, Mass
Tues, Mar 24….6pm, Amer ican Her itage Gir ls meet
Wed, Mar 25….12noon, Mass
Wed, Mar 25….7pm, Lenten Bible Study, meet
Upstairs (last one)
Thurs, Mar 26….12noon, Mass
Thurs, Mar 26….6:00pm, St. J oseph’s Helper s meet
Fri, Mar 27….8am-7pm Adoration in the chapel
Fri, Mar 27….12noon, Mass
Fri, Mar 27….4:30-7pm, Lenten fish fry, KOC
Fri, Mar 27….7pm, Stations of the Cr oss, in the chur ch
Sat, Mar 28….7am, Spr ing Gr ounds Clean up
Sun, Mar 29….11:30am, Mass
Sun, Mar 29, Palm Sunday….Rice Bowls & Easter
flowers due & wear red
After all Masses 3/28 & 3/29….SVdP offer ing Religious
Goods in East Foyer
BUY SCRIP—-SUPPORT OUR YOUTH
MARCH 22, 2015——FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
LENTEN PENANCE
SERVICES
St. John….Mon, March 23rd, 6pm
St. James….Wed, March 25th, 7pm
ST. THOMAS….WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1ST, 7PM
WOMEN’S CURSILLO #255
APRIL 9-12, 2015
Cursillo (pronounced kur-SEE-yo) is a Spanish word
meaning "shortcourse". Cursillo opens us up to a deeper
relationship with Christ and presents a method of Christian
living so we can make a difference for Christ in the world
around us. For more information, please contact the Parish Office at 863-1610.
Everything you need for your EASTER Festivities
Our Support for Youth Gift Cards Scrip Gift
Card Program
These gift cards make thoughtful, easy gifts for
teachers, coworkers, babysitters, and all the other special
people in your life. Just the right size to tuck in a special
Easter Basket for a favorite person or you can use them to
purchase a seasonal Spring Easter outfit. Some of
the local apparel retailers we sell gift cards for include:
Marshall’s, Belk, Dillard's, Sears and
Target. Stop by the sales table in the
East foyer after all Masses or by the
parish office during normal office
hours. Sales will not be available Easter Sunday but will resume the following
weekend. Thanks for your continued
support!
DOOR LOCKING For security reasons, the doors
from the back parking lot (northeast entrance doors) of the
church will be opened during the day to allow people to
enter the church for prayer. All other doors will be kept
locked. There is a door bell at the parish office entrance
from the back parking lot. Please ring the bell located on
the wall on the east side of the double doors and be patient
to give the receptionist time to come from her desk to the
doors to let you in. The doors from the church through the
hallway to the parish office will also be locked. Please
understand that we are doing this for the safety of the employees—not to keep anyone out who has genuine church
business. —–—--Fr. Cuddy, Fr. Dominic & Fr. Pat
THE NEW WEBSITE
Please take a moment to review our new website
created by our new webmaster, Charles Fallo. It’s at
www.SaintThomasLB.org. That’s the same web address
we had before. We ask ministries and groups to help make
sure that our website is up to date and informative.
MINISTRY FAIR
OUR CHURCH, OUR RESPONSIBILITY
Thank you to all who participated in the
Ministry Fair. We appreciate our many
dedicated ministers who are involved
throughout the parish. If you were not able
to attend, please look for the bulletin insert
next weekend and sign up to volunteer your
time. Thank you!
ST. THOMAS PARISH PALOOZA
Our yearly parish gathering this
year is a Parish Palooza (festival). It’s a
great time to spend time with parish members as a family. There is no charge for entrance. Tickets will be sold to purchase
food, drink items and games etc. For $50
you can purchase a chance to win a new car! Our fundraiser
this year is a 2015 Chevrolet Cruze LS donated by Turan Foley
Chevrolet-Buick-Cadillac on Hwy 49 in Gulfport. It’s on the
Parish property. Tickets for the car have been mailed to all
members of the Parish but more are available at the church office.
We need your help! If you are part of the Condolence
Committee, we ask your help to provide desserts. Committee
members can bring them to the parish hall on Saturday, April
18th between 9 and 10. If you have any questions. please contact Margaret Chapman at [email protected] or 228596-1587
Volunteers are needed to help monitor the games, sell
tickets after Mass April 11-12th and bakers to donate cakes for
the cake walk. If you own a business and can donate a prize or
a gift certificate, it would be greatly appreciated. We also need
money donations to purchase the food items, children’s games,
rental of tents, etc. Please put any donation amount in an envelope, mark it “Parish Palooza” and drop it in the weekly collection basket during Mass. All are welcome to donate NEW
items that would be suitable for the silent auction. For example
– last year Parish members donated sports memorabilia, beautiful ceramic pieces, holiday wreaths, quilts, fishing trips,
etc. Donors will be recognized in our parish bulletin and if a
business donation, also at the event where your business card
will be displayed with items donated. A list of donors will also
be included on our website. Contact Linda Shirk at 228 547
7921 or [email protected] if you have a question or please
drop off your item at the Parish office.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 18th from
11am – 4pm. Bring your portable chairs and plan for a afternoon of fun! Remember all proceeds benefit our Support for
Youth Ministry.
MARCH 22, 2015——FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
Jesus’ Passion
The Story of Redemptive Suffering
Bible Study for Lent
Wednesday, March 18th, Lesson 4 (last):
Via Dolorosa: The Way of Sorrows
Read Lk 23:26-32; Mk 15:21-22; Mt 5:43-46; Jn 10:14-18
“You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your
neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say to you, Love
your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” —
Matthew 5:43–44
Contact David Gauthier at 864-5350
CATHOLIC SCHOOL TUITION
Applications for tuition assistance are available at
the parish office for families who have children in Grade
K-12 at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Elementary School,
St. Stanislaus, Our Lady Academy, and St. Patrick High
School. To be eligible, a parish registered family must be
attending church here at St. Thomas and supporting the
church through the electronic method of making regular
contributions or the church support envelopes. St. Vincent
families may apply through FACTS (see the school office); a paper application may be obtained from the parish
office. Deadline is April 30, 2015.
SPRING CLEAN-UP
is scheduled for next Saturday, March 28th,
beginning at 7am. Volunteers, please bring
shovels, gloves, rakes and any other gardening supplies. Thank you for your help in
beautifying the grounds for Easter. Everyone
is welcome.
The Gulf Coast Messiah Chorus (GCMC) announces their Spring, 2015 season with matinee
concerts March 29th and April 12th.
Sunday Afternoon, March 29th, 3:00 p.m.
Crossroads Church of the Nazarene
6150 Firestone St., Ocean Springs, MS
AND
Sunday Afternoon, April 12th, 3:00 p.m.
St. Augustine Seminary Chapel
199 Seminary Dr., Bay St. Louis, MS
These concerts are free and open to the public! The
Gulf Coast Messiah Chorus is honored to be supported in part by The Bacot-McCarty Foundation
and The Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
For more details please contact Ed Cake at 228 324
9292 or [email protected]
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CATHOLIC SCHOOL
Mar 23-Mar 26….5th gr ade leads Pr ayer & Pledge
Tues, Mar 24….Bank
Tues, Mar 24….Lenten Penance Ser vice
Wed, Mar 25….Dr . Seuss Shir t appr oved
Wed, Mar 25….r epor t car ds
Wed, Mar 25….Science Fair due
Thurs, Mar 26….Science Fair judged
Thurs, Mar 26….6:30pm, PTO meet
Fri, Mar 27….2nd gr ade leads Mass
Fri, Mar 27….r egistr ation due (fee goes up
after today)
www.svdpcatholicschool.org
or 228-222-6000
CATHOLIC SCHOOL TUITION LOWERED
Yes, there is a way to lower the rate of tuition for
a family who wishes to enroll their children in Grades K12 at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Elementary School, St.
Patrick High School and Our Lady Academy. There is a
form available at the school office for families to apply
for parish subsidy. The completed form should be turned
in to the parish office for processing.
Eligibility for parish subsidy—the lower rate of
tuition—is based on the family being registered members
of the parish, attending Mass here at St. Thomas regularly, and making regular contributions to the financial support of the parish by using the church support envelopes
mailed to your home or the electronic method of contributing (if you want to sign up for the electronic method,
please call the parish office).
We are well aware that tuition in Catholic
schools is expensive—we believe it is well worth the sacrifices made by the families who choose to have their
children educated in the Catholic school system.
COUNCIL #4898
Upcoming events:
Fri, 3/27…. fish fr y
Fri, 4/3….fish fr y
Thurs, 4/16….6:30pm r osar y, 7pm meeting
Sun, 4/19….8-11am Parish Breakfast
Spring 2015….Benefit Bocci Ball tour nament
For more information on membership or any questions,
contact Jim Delinski, Grand Knight at 863-6643.
MARCH 22, 2015——FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
SCHOOL OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
During our Life Nights for 9th – 12th graders, teens will
participate in goofy, fun games or skits relating to the
weekly theme, listen to powerful sharings by adult leaders,
share in small groups and leave with a weekly challenge.
We meet in the youth room upstairs right after the 6 p.m.
Life Teen Mass and end with a meal in the community
center.
March 22nd – “Entombed” – The goal of this night is to
help the teens understand what happened when Jesus died.
This night will explain the events of Holy Saturday and
Jesus’ death on the cross, as well as addressing the promise of eternal life.
March 29th – Live Stations of the Cross – We invite all
of our parish to join our high school and middle school
students as we present the Living Stations of the Cross.
During our Edge nights for 6th – 8th graders, teens will
participate in goofy, fun games or skits relating to the
weekly theme, listen to powerful sharings by adult leaders,
share in small groups and leave with a weekly challenge.
We meet on the balcony upstairs right after the 6 p.m. Life
Teen Mass and end with a meal in the community center.
March 22nd – "Turn the Other Cheek" -An issue night
on forgiveness. The teens will explore forgiveness
through the example left by Jesus.
March 29th – Live Stations of the Cross – We invite all
of our parish to join our high school and middle school
students as we present the Living Stations of the Cross.
Ray Lacy, 863-1610, [email protected]
SACRAMENT OF FIRST EUCHARIST/HOLY
COMMUNION:
April 25 (Saturday): Day of Prayer/rehearsal (9:30am2:00pm)
May 2 (Saturday): First Holy Communion Mass at
10:00am
SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION
(11TH GRADE):
March 25 (Wednesday): 7th "Special Confirmation Class"
from 7:00-8:15pm
April 22: “Night of Adoration and Praise” from 7:008:15pm
May 5 (Tuesday):
Confirmation rehearsal at 7:00pm
May 6 (Wednesday): Confirmation Mass at 6:30pm
PreK-5th (RCIC) Grade: Sundays, 10:10–11:20am
Mar 22………..NO SRE Class (Pastor Installation)
Mar 29………..NO SRE Class – Palm Sunday
Apr 5…..…….. NO SRE Class – Easter Sunday
Apr 12….…….. SRE Class
***April 18..… Par ish Spr ing Festival 11:00am4:00pm in pavilion
Apr 19………... SRE Class
***April 25……Fir st Holy Communion Day of
Prayer/Rehearsal 9:30am-2:00pm
April 26………..SRE Class
6th-12th (RCIT) Grade: Wednesdays, 7:00–8:15pm
Mar 25………..SRE Class/8th Special Conf Pr ep Class
“Gift of Faith and Challenges”
Apr 1…………..NO SRE Class – Holy Week
Apr 8….…..…. NO SRE Class – Easter Holidays
Apr 15……….. SRE Class
***April 18…Par ish Spr ing Festival 11:00am-4:00pm
in pavilion
Apr 22……….. SRE Class/“Night of Ador ation,
Praise, and Worship” for
11th Grade Confirmation Candidates, Par
ents, and Sponsors
Apr 29……….. SRE Class
REGISTRATION FOR VACATION BIBLE
SCHOOL
(Catholic Kidz Camp) will continue during Sunday SRE in
the SRE building until May 1st. “Around the Word in
Five Days: Living the Virtues of Faith, Hope, and Love
with the Saints”…for Pre K thru 6th grade. Our VBS
week will be from Monday-Friday, June 1-5…8:00 am to
12:30 pm. Children who are registered after May 1st will
NOT have a T-shirt, since we need to place our order in
early. Let Sr. Cecilia know ASAP if you are interested in
helping with VBS this summer!
SisterCecilia @cableone.net.
INTERCESSIONS FOR
THE YEAR OF CONSECRATED LIFE
We pray for those who are consecrated to God by the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience. May
they always reveal the love of
Christ to those they encounter and continue to enrich our
world by their dedicated lives of prayer. Lord hear us...
The next “Special Confirmation Prep Class” for our 11th graders will be on Wednesday, March 25th, from 7:00 –
8:15pm in the Religious Education Building. The topic will be on “The Gift of Faith and Challenges Facing our Teens”
and will be presented by Rev. Dominic Pham.
MARCH 22, 2015——FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
MASS INTENTIONS
Mon, 3/23
Tues, 3/24
Tues, 3/24
Wed, 3/25
Wed, 3/25
Thurs, 3/26
12noon
8:30am
12noon
8:30am
12noon
8:30am
Thurs, 3/26
Fri, 3/27
Fri, 3/27
Sat, 3/28
12noon
6:30am
12noon
5:00pm
Sun, 3/29
7:30am
9:00am
11:30am
6:00pm
+Geraldine Cyr
+Emmitt Niolet
Ministry Fair Volunteers
+Zachery Whitfield
+Jacob Fallo
+Julee Clemens
+Jim O’Connell
Parish Palooza Volunteers
David Schnebelen
+Marge Taylor
Claire Morrison
+Kenny Wittmann
+Charles Sykes
+A.D. Taylor
+Raemi Marie Gundlach
St. Thomas Parish Family
Christians Around the World
Pope Francis
GONE HOME TO GOD
† Howard Traub
WELCOME NEW PARISHONERS
Jackie, Jacob & Ava Bunch
PETITIONS OF PRAYER
Al Busche, Alice Carrubba, Audrey Pierson,
Becky Rutledge, Bernard Smoot, Bobbie Bourdin, Bobby
Ladner, Brent Fairley, Chris Labat, Colin, Debra
McKenna, Debra Muesall, Deloris McQueen, Dianne
Calmes, Don Walker, Donna Near, Frances Carrubba
LeBlanc, Frank “Eddie” Simmons, Frederick Joseph
Welch, Gary Lacy, Geraldine Hammons, Ginger Worth,
Gloria White, Gregory Herman, Haylee McCaffrey,
Jacquelyn Mary Shoultz, James Bynes, James Loftus,
Je’Nell Blocher, Jerry Ray West, John Logreco, Johnny
Mattini, Joyce Stinziano, Judith Matsuba, Kathleen
Near, Kendall Erkhardt, Kristen Ariatti, Lance Dupuis,
Linda Bass, Lisa Crouse, Lois Claire Curtis, Lois Ladner Weems, Loyce Barcelona, Luke Joseph Bass, Margaret Roberts, Marie Ladnier, Marilyn Ladner, Mary
Edwards, Mary White, May Adams, Michael Gruich,
Mike Mullins, Mildrid Bougere, Milliard Carter, Nadine
Asher, Nicole Olson, Olivia West Nesbitt, Pierce Keller,
Ray Roberts, Ricky Bouvier, Roberta Varvel, Rory
Pearce, Ruth Wilson, Sammie Hodges, Sara Gust, Sharon Sarris White, Susan Fayard Fulton, Thelma Smoot,
Theresa Borzik, Thomas Smoot, Vadis Perkins, Valerie
Leblanc, Yvonne Ladner and all others in our parish and
community in need of healing, physical or spiritual.
NEXT WEEKEND’S LAY MINISTERS
THANK YOU
Thanks to St. Thomas Parish for all the love, support and help received during the death of our dad. He
truly loved his church and 5pm Mass. We truly appreciate
everything that was done for us. We are blessed to have
such a wonderful parish family.
——The A.D. Taylor Family
Chris, Mark, Becky, Mike and Maria
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Thank you for your generosity!!
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Children’s pickle jar, $148.00
Electronic Giving, $9,248.00
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