Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 18, 2013

Dwudziesta Niedziela Zwykła

18-ego sierpnia, 2013

 

MASS INTENTIONS & MASS SCHEDULE

INTENCJE  MSZALNE I PLAN MSZY

 

AUGUST 17 SATURDAY / SOBOTA

4 PM Marianne Harrington req. by Meredith Elizalde

          Benny Umsted req. by Diana & Jerry Kurpicki

AUGUST 18 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA

9:00   Za zmarlych z Rodziny Piszczkow, Ligasow, Hebdow, Noworolnikow i Chlebkow na prosbe Genowefy i Stanislawa Piszczkow

10:30  Helen M. Walczak req. by Priscilla DiAngelo

          Helen Nichols req. by Vincent & Denise Zappia

AUGUST 19 MONDAY / PONIEDZIALEK

9:00   No morning Mass

AUGUST 20 TUESDAY / WTOREK

9:00   No morning Mass

AUGUST 21 WEDNESDAY / SRODA

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

          80th Birthday of Stanislaw Blonski req. by Wojciech Blonski

AUGUST 22 THURSDAY / CZWARTEK

9:00   Stanley and Sophie Kryza req. by Daughter

          Walter Lyszkiewicz req. by Pat & John Kwoka      

AUGUST 23 FRIDAY / PIATEK 

9:00   John Matveenko  req. by the Bak Family

          Michael Buchner req. by Anna Buchner

AUGUST 24 SATURDAY / SOBOTA

4 PM Carl Schultz req. by Patricia Schultz

          Helen Kryszczan req. by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bangle

AUGUST 25 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA

9:00   Karol Tonia req. by Diane and Jadzia Tonia

10:30  Helen Walczak req. by Beverly Bogdan

          Deceased Classmates, Class’56 SJHS

 

Sanctuary Lamp in Memory of Eleanor Baranowska  req. by Adele Gorski

 

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:  Christian Clopp, Harry Corn, Kazimiera Olejnik, Eleanor Tureck, Walter Lyskiewicz, Ira & Betty Whittle, Baby John Harshaw III, Ted Balabuch and his Daughter Kristen Balabuch, Helen Gardygajlo, Irene Talarowski, Jeanette Dudek, Joseph Wilke, Lorraine Jablonski, Doris  Wood, Doris Flanery, Joseph Kwiatkowski, Priscilla DiAngelo, Steve Novak, Czeslaw Malik, Barbara and Edmund Anyzek.

 

Please pray  for the Deceased & their Families: Zbigniew Domzall, Helen Starr, Mieczyslaw Szczech, John Lack, Stanley Jaskiewicz, Lucille Szwack, Maryann Gardygajlo, Rita Kryza, Stanley Zandlo, Wanda Laczynski, Eugene Sochanchak, Stephany Kordacki, Wanda Ryan, Teresa Sochacki, Gloria Osmola, Jeanette Dudek, Walter Lyszkiewicz, Barbara H. Thomas.

 

If you would like to receive a Holy Communion at home or hospital call Father Pawel at any time.

 

Jezeli ktos pragnie otrzymac sakrament Komunii Swietej w domu lub szpitalu prosimy dzwonic do domu parafialnego o  kazdej porze dnia i nocy.

 

SAVE THE DATE

The sixth annual reunion of former students of St. Joseph's Grammar School will be held on Sunday, September 22, 2013 after the 10:30 a.m. Mass.  Photo exhibits and memorabilia will be displayed in the History Room and refreshments will be served in the lower parish hall.  Please join us and reminisce your school days with your former classmates!

 

Parish News—Wiadomosci Parafialne

 Diocese of Camden is offering a $50,000, 10 year term life insurance policy free of charge for those who qualify. Eligibility criteria are: applicant must be between the ages 19-42, the legal guardian of one or more dependent children under age 18; currently employed with total family income between $10,000 and $40,000 annually, permanent legal resident of the US, in good health. People who are interested should contact Brian Parker at 609 707 3940. 

 

 

House of Charity Annual Bishop Appeal Campaign has lasted for some time now. We thank you for all your efforts to make this a successful endeavor as we strive to help those who are less fortunate than us. Our goal this year is $13,000 and we are still $1735 short. We are asking everyone who has not made a donation yet to do so. Your support and that of others, has a potential to shed light on the dark paths of many. Please brighten the world with your support!  Thank you. 

 

ONE MINUTE MEDITATIONS

St. Francis Xavier Seelos

The Year of Faith saint for August is Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, C.Ss.R. He dreamed of becoming a missionary like his patron saint, St. Francis Xavier. He traveled to Philadelphia, specifically to become a Redemptorist priest and dedicated himself to the mission of preaching. He became an insightful, attentive spiritual director. In New Orleans, he was pastor of the church of St. Mary of the Assumption where he died of yellow fever at the young age of 48 while nursing the sick during an epidemic.

Our powerful Lord In the Gospels, Jesus healed people 20 times. Seven times Jesus expelled demons. Three times he raised people from the dead, and eight other miracles showed his power over nature. “My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord; my spirit rejoices in God my Savior for he has looked with favor on his lowly servant. From this day all generations will call me blessed” (Luke 1:46-48).

 

Why do we call the Church Catholic?

The word “catholic” comes from the Greek, “katholikos.” It means “throughout the whole” or “universal.” The first record of the Church being called “Catholic” quotes a first-century letter St. Ignatius wrote to the Smyrnaeans,  Where the bishop appears, there let the people be, just as where Jesus Christ is, there is the Catholic Church.” St. Cyril of Jerusalem (347) wrote, “Now it [the Church] is called Catholic because it is throughout the world, from one end of the earth to the other."

 

SANCTUARY LAMPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR A DONATION OF $10.00. PLEASE CALL THE RECTORY TO REQUEST ONE IN MEMORY OF YOUR LOVED  ONES. GOD BLESS YOU.

 

Please support Our Church by remembering us in your Will….