SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
22-ego lipca, 2012
MASS INTENTIONS & MASS SCHEDULE
INTENCJE MSZALNE I PLAN MSZY
JULY 21 SATURDAY / SOBOTA
4 PM Stella Waida req. by Joanna Bak
JULY 22 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA
9:00 S. P. Zofia i Jozef Ligas oraz dusze z rodziny Ligasow, Piszczkow, Noworolnikow, Ks. Franciszka Noworlonik, i
Ks. Michala Winiarza z prosba za Ich wstawiennictwem o zdrowie i potrzebne laski w rodzinie Jolanty i Wojciecha Piszczek.
10:30 William Creato req. by PACC
Daniel Ciechanowski req. by Dannelle and Bob Wisniewski
JULY 23 MONDAY / PONIEDZIALEK
9:00 No morning Mass
JULY 24 TUESDAY / WTOREK
9:00 No morning Mass
JULY 25 WEDNESDAY / SRODA
9:00 Frank Gardygajlo req. by His Daughter Maryann
JULY 26 THURSDAY/ CZWARTEK
9:00 Stella & Anthony Kaminski req. by Son, Richard Kaminski
JULY 27 FRIDAY / PIATEK
9:00 Parishioners & Benefectors
JULY 28 SATURDAY / SOBOTA
4 PM Charles Steritt Anniversary req. by Betty Blake
JULY 29 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA
9:00 Henrietta M. Krok req. by Mary Judith Krok
10:30 William Uecker req. by John Uecker
Joseph Gorski req. by Helen Lubas
Sanctuary Lamp In Memory of Paul Zachary requested by Helen Lubas
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, Doris Wood, Ted Balabuch and his Daughter Kristen Balabuch, Helen Gardygajlo, Georgia Olesiewicz.
Please pray for the Deceased & their Families: Alfonse Piatek, Helen Zimmer, Barbara H. Thomas, Helena Chudzinska, Carol Jean Taggart, Stella Waida, Genevieve Hajduk, Daniel Ciechanowski, Helen Nichols, Joseph Gorski.
Saint Joseph’s 120th Anniversary Luncheon
Sunday, October 21, 2012 between 12:30 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Dear Parishioners and Friends of Saint Joseph’s Church:
This year Saint Joseph’s Church of South Camden celebrates its 120th Anniversary. As you know, the parish has a proud history in the City of Camden, especially for the Polish-American community.
A concelebrated Mass of Thanksgiving will be offered at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, October 21, 2012, in the church, followed by a luncheon at Tavistock Country Club in Haddonfield, New Jersey.
In conjunction with our celebration, we are soliciting ads from our parishioners and friends to help sustain and benefit Saint Joseph’s Church for many years to come.
The forms to sign up for luncheon or to purchase an ad or congratulatory note are available in church by the doors. Thank you for your support!
God is always present. Although the world around is changing, God stays the same. He can be trusted to provide love, support, strength, patience, wisdom, insight, and creativity when we ask. "For I the Lord do not change; therefore you, O sons of Jacob, are not consumed" (Malachi 3:6).
Start the morning by offering the day to God and spend a few minutes counting your blessings. Then do all you can to enjoy the day. Don't let life's minor irritants affect your mood. End the day with a short prayer of thanks.
Pray the Rosary Daily recitation of the Rosary is a powerful way to obtain peace for the world, avoid sin, and grow in holiness. It helps us meditate on the life, death, and glory of Jesus and his mother. By commemorating these events in our salvation history, we are reminded to thank and praise God for them.
The Rosary Society is holding its Bakeless Cake Sale in July and August. Instead of shopping for ingredients and baking during these hot months, simply donate the price you would pay for a cake or ingredients. For more information, see the flyers available at the Liberty Street door of the church.
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.
Saint Joseph’s History Society
Stand Down of South Jersey
Saint Joseph’s History Society is supporting Stand Down of South Jersey, Inc., a local veterans’ organization, who provides services to homeless veterans. They thank you for your contributions to the clothing drive. At the present time they are in need of monetary donations to cover costs of food for the homeless.
Donations can be placed in an envelope marked Stand Down & in the collection basket.
“The sacraments are efficacious signs of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us” (CCC 1131). We have seven sacraments: Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony, and Holy Orders. While the sacraments are not the only way we can receive grace, they are the normal way in which we do. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are united in love. Grace allows us to participate in that divine love.
Sometimes we pray to get what we want or need. Sometimes we pray for guidance. But the best reason to pray – and the reason Jesus prayed – is to join ourselves to God. But there is no one way to do that. When his disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray, he taught them the “Our Father.” It is a prayer of praise and gives God the glory that he is due. It is also a petition in which we ask God to provide what we need. Third, it asks for forgiveness and the strength to be forgiving. And last, it is an acknowledgement that God knows what is best for us and reminds us to submit to his will rather than our own. God hears all prayers, but he wants to know that we are committed to that for which we are asking. Jesus said to be persistent and continue to ask for God’s help, seek God’s will, and open the door to God’s grace in our lives.