TWENTY-SECOND

TWENTY-SECOND

SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

DWUDZIESTA DRUGA NIEDZIELA ZWYKLA

SEPT 2nd 2012

2-EGO WRZESNIA 2012

 

MASS INTENTIONS & MASS SCHEDULE

INTENCJE  MSZALNE I PLAN MSZY

 

SEPTEMBER 1  SATURDAY /  SOBOTA

4 PM William Blake Sr. Anniversary req. by Betty Blake

SEPTEMBER 2 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA

9:00   Parishioners & Benefactors

10:30  Living & Deceased Members of Rosary Society

          Daniel Ciechanowski req. by Walter Wrotny

SEPTEMBER 3 MONDAY / PONIEDZIALEK

9:00   No morning Mass

SEPTEMBER 4 TUESDAY / WTOREK 

9:00   No morning Mass

SEPTEMBER 5 WEDNESDAY / SRODA

9:00   Stella & Anthony Kaminski req. by Son, Richard

SEPTEMBER 6 THURSDAY/ CZWARTEK

9:00   Parishioners & Benefactors

SEPTEMBER 7 FIRST FRIDAY /  PIERWSZY PIATEK 

9:00   Living & Deceased Members of Rosary Society

SEPTEMBER 8 SATURDAY /  SOBOTA

4 PM Helen Bretschneider Anniversary req. by Betty Blake

SEPTEMBER 9 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA

9:00   Henrietta M. Krok req. by Mary Judith Krok

10:30  Fred & Laura Jablonski req. by Lorraine Jablonski

          Daniel Ciechanowski req. by the Gegala Family

 

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, Blanche Vogt, Baby John Harshaw III, Ted Balabuch and his Daughter Kristen Balabuch, Helen Gardygajlo, Kathy Dominik & Irene Talarowski.

 

Please pray  for the Deceased & their Families: Stella Waida, Genevieve Hajduk, Daniel Ciechanowski, Helen Nichols, Joseph Gorski, Ronald Banasiak, Barbara H. Thomas  & T. Soltys.

 

Sanctuary lamp  In memory of  STANLEY J. BUSH REQ. BY CECILIA BUSH

 

ST. JOE’S H.S. / GRAMMAR SCHOOL

6th Annual

BISONS ON THE BEACH

Class Reunion

Saturday September 8, 2012

3 to 7 PM

LaCosta’s

40th & Landis Ave. Sea Isle City NJ 08243

609 263-1111

 

$20.00/pp in advance; $25.00/pp at the door

Includes: A BBQ Buffet featuring kielbasa, plus unlimited draft beer, house wine and soda. Discounted drinks also available. Music and Dancing. Lots of Laughs!

Please make check payable to: Saint Joseph Alumni and mail them by Sept. 1st to: Kathleen Gehringer: 113 Knox Boulevard, Marlton NJ 08053.

 Call: Kathleen Slupski Gehringer: 856 835563  or Denise Cannon Bennett:  856 5465215

 

Feasts & Celebrations:

 

            9 – St. Peter Claver (1654). A young Jesuit in Colombia in 1610, St. Peter Claver was horrified by the slave trade. He hurried down to each arriving slave ship and brought water, medicine, food, and clothing to its inmates. He taught them about God and baptized nearly 300,000 slaves.

 

             Sept. 19 – St. Januarius (304). Bishop of Benevento, Italy, during a time of great persecution, Januarius visited Christians in prison and was  arrested himself. He and his companions were thrown to wild beasts in the amphitheater but were not harmed by the animals. They were later beheaded.

 

Sept. 20 – St. Andrew Kim Taegon, St. Paul Chong Hasang and companions (1839 to 1867). That Catholicism exists in Korea is due to the courage of these saints. Spreading the Gospel was difficult because almost all contact with the outside world was forbidden. Andrew and Paul, 98 Koreans and three French missionaries refused to renounce their  faith or cease evangelizing and were Martyred between 1839 and 1867.