THIRTY-SECOND

SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

TRZYDZIESTA DRUGA NIEDZIELA ZWYKLA

Nov. 11th, 2012

11-ego listopada, 2012 

 

MASS INTENTIONS & MASS SCHEDULE

INTENCJE  MSZALNE I PLAN MSZY

 

NOVEMBER 10 SATURDAY /  SOBOTA

4 PM All Souls

NOVEMBER 11 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA

9:00   Eugenia Charko req. by Maria & Eugeniusz

10:30  Mass for the Deceased Parishioners & Benefactors

          Matthew Wojtkowiak req. by Connie Wilke

NOVEMBER 12 MONDAY / PONIEDZIALEK

9:00   No morning Mass

NOVEMBER 13 TUESDAY / WTOREK 

9:00   No morning Mass

NOVEMBER 14 WEDNESDAY / SRODA

9:00   All Souls

NOVEMBER 15 THURSDAY/ CZWARTEK ALL SAINTS

9:00   All Souls

NOVEMBER 16 FRIDAY /  PIATEK 

9:00   Edward and Lillian Wasilewski req. by John Wasilewski

          All Souls

NOVEMBER 17 SATURDAY /  SOBOTA

4 PM Mary & David Hughes req. by the Bryant Family

          Blanch Kopczynska req. by Dr. Anthony Kidawa

NOVEMBER 18 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA

9:00   Eugenia Charko req. by Maria & Eugeniusz

10:30  Helen Nichols req. by Sacred Heart Society

          Konstancja Przeradzki req. by Connie Wilke

 

If you are ill and wish to be added to the sick list please call the rectory.

 

We ask God’s blessing for the strengthening & healing of our sick & homebound. Please pray for:  Helen Kwoka, Christian Clopp, Michelle Zaremba, Harry Corn, Kazimiera Olejnik, Eleanor Tureck, Walter Lyskiewicz, Ira & Betty Whittle, Baby John Harshaw III, Ted Balabuch and his Daughter Kristen Balabuch, Helen Gardygajlo, Kathy Dominik, Irene Talarowski, Jeanette Dudek, Richard Jaskiewicz

 

Please pray  for the Deceased & their Families: Genevieve Hajduk, Daniel Ciechanowski, Helen Nichols, Joseph Gorski, Ronald Banasiak, T. Soltys, Frank Kwoka, Christos Kolioutas, Blanche Vogt, Barbara H.Thomas.

 

DOES YOUR TONGUE BLESS OR CURSE?

 

“No human being can tame the tongue ...With it we bless the Lord and Father, and with it we curse human beings who are made in the likeness of God” (James 3:8-9). So how can we ensure that our tongues will bless and not curse? Offer words in service. What we say out loud can reveal our true motives, be it a desire to hear our own opinions or have others admire our insight and wisdom. We speak with love when we honestly intend to serve others rather than our own interests. Lift up.

 

Criticizing and pointing out another’s faults is easy. It is a greater act of love to truthfully comment on someone’s positive attributes and can help uncover previously unnoticed strengths. Don’t overvalue your own opinion. Being correct doesn’t automatically give us a right to comment on other people or their behavior. In fact, others may consider our unsolicited opinions burdens and not blessings. Wait to be asked. Unify, don’t divide. Our goal is always to build up our families, our parishes, our communities, and to bring people to God. If our purpose in speaking is to be loving, instructive, and to heal, it may be okay to speak. If what we say will cause unnecessary conflict or make someone else look bad, it’s best left unsaid.

 

 One Minute Meditations

So many saints

In the early Church, there was a great desire to celebrate the saints and martyrs by assigning each a feast  ay. However, Christians had been so persecuted that there weren’t enough days in the calendar for individual commemorations.  Eventually Pope Gregory IV designated Nov.1 as All Saints Day.

Happiness

As a loving Father, God intends for us to be happy. True happiness is: “Joy and  beatitude over receiving the fulfillment of our vocation as creatures: a sharing in the divine nature and the vision of God. God put us into the world to know, love, and serve him, and so come to the happiness of paradise (Catechism of the Catholic Church, # 1720).

Patience makes sense

Don’t be tempted to compare yourself to others. God’s plan for you is unique. “Be still before the Lord, and wait patiently for him; fret not yourself over him who prospers in his way” (Psalm 37:7).

 

Anniversary Pewter Ornament AVAILABLE

Saint Joseph’s History Society of South Camden proudly offers a 120th Anniversary pewter ornament for only $20. Ornaments can be purchased in church following the 10:30 AM Mass each Sunday.

 

 

Holiday Shopping Spree Raffle

 

The Sacred Heart Society is sponsoring the Holiday Shopping Spree Raffle for chances to win a Visa Gift Card. 1st Prize - $200; 2nd Prize - $150; and 3rd Prize - $100. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5 and will be available after Masses and at the rectory. The drawing will be held on Sun. November 18, 2012 after the 10:30 Mass. Please consider taking a few extra tickets to distribute with other family members, friends and co-workers. Thank you for your support.

 

 

PARISH NEWS—WIADOMOSCI PARAFIALNE

 

1. The Rosary Society is sponsoring a Babka Sale beginning on Sunday, November 4. Order forms are available at the doors of the church. For more information, call Pat at 856-310-1783.

2. Kolo Rozancowe sponsoruje bozonarodzeniowa sprzedaz babek. Formularze z zamowieniami sa dostepne przy drzwiach kosciola. Po wiecej informacji prosimy dzwonic do Pat Kwoka pod numer telefonu:  856-310-1783.

3. Reminder—the parish breakfast is scheduled  for Nov. 11 after Masses.

4. Przypominamy—sniadanie parafialne odbedzie sie w dniu 11-ego listopada po Mszach Sw. 

5. The Auxiliary of St. Mary’s Catholic Homes in Cherry Hill, NJ, is looking to expand its membership. The Auxiliary meets on the third Tuesday of each month, September through May for short meeting and luncheon. It is the goal and purpose of the Auxiliary to raise funds to be used for the comfort and entertainment of those who reside in the Nursing Home & Manor. It is a truly rewarding experience! Won’t you join us? Contact Anne Kennedy at 856-663-3716.

6. In a month of November we will hold nine Masses for All Souls. If you wish to remember, at all the Masses a deceased loved one, there are envelopes available by the door. Please take one, fill in a name of a person to be remembered and return the envelope before All Souls.

7. W miesiacu listopadzie odbedzie sie 9 Mszy za Wszystkich Zmarlych. Prosimy o wpisywanie intencji na specjalnych kopertach “All Souls”, ktore otrzymaliscie panstwo poczta, i ktore dostepne sa w Kosciele przy drzwiach od ulicy Liberty. Prosimy o zwrot kopert poprzez wrzucenie ich do kosza na ofiare podczas Mszy Sw. lub poczta.

8. Today we are taking up a special collection to help the victims of the hurricane Sandy.

9. W dniu dzisiejszym druga kolekta przeznaczona jest na pomoc ofiarom huraganu Sandy.

 

 

 

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St. Joseph’s South Camden N.J. 120 Year Anniversary Mass On YOUTUBE

 

St. Joseph’s South Camden N.J.120 Year Anniversary - Pre-Mass

 

 St. Lucia choir under the direction of organist Grant Wilinski sing Adoramus Te and Bogurodzica Dziewica - Mother of God.  It is the oldest Polish hymn composed somewhere  between  the 10th and 13th centuries.

 

Polish knights sang it as an anthem before the Battle of Grunwald and during the battle with the Turkish army at Varna in 1444. Bogurodzica also accompanied the coronation ceremonies of the first Jagiellonian kings.

 

Welcome remarks in English by Marissa Wisniewski and Grazyna Allen in Polish.

 

Processional Hymn Praise Ye The Lord

 

 

Communion

During the communion the St. Lucia Choir sang Panis Angelicus and Serce Jezusa -- Heart of Jesus. During the meditation Kaitlyn Plocharski sang Bach-Gounod's Ave Maria.

 

 

Closing remarks by Bishop Joseph A. Galante

 

Most Rev. Joseph A. Galante was appointed Bishop of the Diocese of Camden by Pope John Paul II, on March 23, 2004. Bishop Galante served as Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese of Dallas.

 

He was Bishop of the Diocese of Beaumont, TX (1994-1999).

In 1992 he was named Titular Bishop of Equilium and Auxiliary of San Antonio.

 

He holds a Doctorate in Canon Law (1968, Lateran University, Rome) and a Master of Arts in Spiritual Theology (1991, University of St. Thomas, Angelicum, Rome).