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theholyfatheragaintalks“worldcup”
THE HOLY FATHER AGAIN TALKS “WORLD CUP”
… I would like to underscore three lessons of sports
practice, three essential attitudes for the cause of
peace: the need to “train,” “fair play” and respect
among the competitors. In the first place, sports
teach us that, to win, it is necessary to train. We can
see, in this sports practice, a metaphor of our life. It
is necessary to struggle in life, to “train,” to make an
effort to obtain important results. So the sports
spirit becomes an image of the necessary sacrifices
to grow in the virtues that build a person’s character.
If, for a person to improve, great and continuous “training” is necessary, how much greater
effort must be invested to reach encounter and peace among individuals and “improved”
peoples! It is so necessary to “train” much ...
Soccer can and must be a school for the
construction of a “culture of encounter,” which
makes possible peace and harmony among
peoples. And here a second lesson of sports
practice comes to our aid: we must learn what
“fair play” in soccer has to teach us. To play in a
team it is necessary to think, in the first place, of
the good of the group, not of oneself. To win, it
is necessary to overcome individualism, egoism,
all forms of racism, of intolerance, of the
instrumentalization of the human person. It is
not only in soccer that to be “stingy” constitutes an obstacle for a good result of the team;
so, when we are “stingy” in life, ignoring the persons who surround us, the whole society is
harmed. The last advantageous sports lesson for peace is the respect due
among the competitors. The secret of victory in the field, but also in life, lies
in respecting my fellow team member, but also my adversary. No one wins
alone, either in the field or in life! May no one be isolated and feel excluded!
Attention! No to segregation, no to racism! And, if it is true that at the end of
this World Cup, only a national team will be able to raise the trophy cup as
winner, by learning the lessons that sport teaches us, all will come
out winners, strengthening the bonds that unite us …
FAITH AND THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS
OFFERINGS FOR THE WEEK OF 29 JUNE
MASSES
Monday, 30 June, The First Martyrs of the
Holy Roman Church
7:30 am † Francesca Del Vecchio
12:10 pm † Pietro Scalamandre
Tuesday, 1 July, Blessed Junipero Serra
7:30 am † Edward Stroschein
12:10 pm † Diego Gambino
Wednesday, 2 July
7:30 am † Marie Basile
12:10 pm Intentions of Father Arcoleo
7:00 pm † Jose Quiroz
Thursday, 3 July, Saint Thomas
7:30 am † Robert Quinn
12:10 pm Intentions of Bishop Walsh
Friday, 4 July
7:30 am Decd. & Living Mbrs. of the Dengel Family
9:00 am Fortnite for Freedom
12:10 pm † Walter Kelly
7:00 pm In Thanksgiving to Saint Anthony
Saturday, 5 July, Saint Anthony Zaccaria and
Saint Elizabeth of Portugal
8:00 am † Armin Jagnow
5:00 pm † Decd. Mbrs. of the Catholic Daughters
7:00 pm En Acción de gracias a la del Cobre
Sunday, 6 July, Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:00 am Parishioners of Curé of Ars in Merrick
8:00 am † Decd. Mbrs. of the Miller, McCarthy and
Kelly Families
9:30 am † Decd. Mbrs. of the Knights of Columbus
10:00 am WATERFRONT († Deacon James Blaney)
11:30 am Parishioners of Our Holy Redeemer/Freeport
1:00 pm † Deacon James Blaney, † Domingo Moneth,
† Decd. Mbrs. of the Bautisto Family
BREAD & WINE
Thelma Goberdhan
THE FRUIT OF OUR
CENTENARY YEAR
continues with
A TIME TO REMEMBER &
A TIME TO BE REMEMBERED
BREAD &
WINE

SANCTUARY
CANDLES

ALTAR
FLOWERS
 A WORD ABOUT OFFERINGS 
During the Centenary Year (2011-2012) celebration of our
absolutely beautiful church, our Parish family came home for
Mass and we remembered one another with the flowers that
adorn the Altar, with the candles that light up the Sanctuary, with
the bread and wine that is offered, and of course in the way par
excellence, we remembered one another in the Priest’s Mass
Intention that is lifted up with the help of all of our other
remembrances! Thank you for coming home and remembering
one another! Thank you for coming home and remembering Him
Who said:
“Do this in Memory of Me!”
SANCTUARY CANDLES
Alex Schreiber
ALTAR FLOWERS
The Wimbiscus Family
Please remember the following individual(s) at the Altar of Our Holy Redeemer:
NAME: ___________________________________________________________________  Living
 Deceased
OFFERING:  Bread & Wine ($20.00)   Sanctuary Candles ($33.00)   Altar Flowers ($40.00)
WEEK OF DATE: __________________________________________________________________________________________
AMOUNT SUBMITTED: ____________________________________  Cash
 Check #: ________________
OFFERED BY: (NAME):____________________________________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________________________________________________
TELEPHONE #: _________________________________________________
AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL AMERICANS
OUR HOLY REDEEMER PARISH
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM
87 Pine Street, Freeport, New York 11520
Tel.: (516) 546 - 1057  Fax: (516) 546 - 0526  email: [email protected]
Classes may be over but Mass NEVER is!!
We are STILL obligated to attend Mass EVERY Sunday!!
Summer Class Mass Schedule
15 June: 9:30am-Pre-k, Kindergarten
22 June - 11:30am-5th Graders
29 June – 9:30am-1st Graders
6 July - 11:30am-6th Graders
13 July - 9:30am-2nd Graders
20 July – 11:30am-7th Graders
27 July - 9:30am-3rd Graders
3 August - 11:30am-8th Graders
10 August - 9:30am-4th Graders
17 August - 11:30am-5-8 Faith Formation
24 August - 9:30am-3-4 Faith Formation
31 August - 11:30am-Teen Mass (TFF,TSP1,TSP2)
7 September – 9:30am- All 2014 1st Communicants
14 September – 11:30am- VBS Junior Counselors
***To determine which Mass your child needs to attend, please go by the grade
they were in this past year, not the grade they will be in September.***
+ Apostleship of Prayer for Priests and Religious - July 2014 +
Sun
Mon
Tues
Wed
Thu
1
6
2
Fr. Joseph P.
Minturn
Fr. Robert
Smith
Fr. Brian J.
Ingram
Fr. Frederick
Hill
Fr. Joseph
Nohs
8
Fr. Vincent
Schifano
Msgr. James P.
Kelly
Fr. John Mellit
OFM Cap.
Pope Emeritus
Benedict XVI
Fr. Juniper J.
Thomas
Fr. Francis M.
Nelson
Fr. Lachlan
Cameron
13
14
15
Bishop William
F. Murphy
Msgr. Charles
J. Nosser
Msgr. Joseph
Mirro
Bishop Nelson
Perez
Fr. Frank
Grieco
Fr. Ronald
Henery, O.P.
20
21
Bishop Robert
Brennan
Fr. James J.
Hannon
Bishop Andrzej
Zglejszewski
Fr. James P.
McCabe,
C.Ss.R
27
Bishop John
C. Dunne
Bishop Paul
Walsh
22
For All Priests
on Leave
For Vocations
to the Priesthood and
Religious Life
Bishop Emil A.
Wcela
29
For All Retired
Priests and
Religious
Msgr. James E.
Boesel
5
Msgr. Patrick J.
Armshaw
Fr. Thomas M.
Fusco
11
12
Fr. Gregory J.
Cappuccino
Fr. Michael A.
Vetrano
Fr. Richard
Kammerer
Fr. Thomas
Moriarty
17
18
19
Fr. Brandon
O’Brien
Fr. Joseph C.
McComiskey
Fr. Cletus
Nwaogwugwu
Msgr. John R.
Dreasen
Fr. Gabriel
Miah
Fr. Joseph
Nixon
23
Msgr. Steven R.
Camp
28
10
16
For All
Seminarians
4
For All Those
Discerning
Religious Life
9
Our Holy Father
Pope Francis
Sat
3
Fr. Allan
Arneaud
7
Fri
24
Fr. John Hien
Msgr. Richard G.
Henning
30
25
26
Msgr. Edward
J. Donnelly
Fr. Lee
Descoteaux
Msgr. Jeffrey J.
Madley
Fr. Thomas G.
Gallagher
31
Fr. Francisco
Gius Garcia
Fr. PatrickChineny Okafor
Fr. Elias Carr,
Can. Reg.
Fr. Albert F.
Bertoni
Fr. Lawrence B.
Rafferty
Fr. Erick R.
Fasano
Apostleship of Prayer
As a reminder to continue to pray for all priests and for an increase of vocations, a monthly calendar
specifically listing the priests in our Diocese will be part of the bulletin. Please remember them in your
daily prayers and continue to pray that young people may hear the call of Christ to come follow Him
as a priest, deacon or religious brother or sister.
A Prayer for Priests and Priestly Vocations
St. John Marie Vianney
Curé of Ars
Heavenly Father, please grant to Your faithful servants, the grace and strength to carry out Your
mission for the church each day. Keep our priests close to You and continue to inspire them to
serve others in Your holy name. Please help to inspire men who are called to a priestly vocation
to answer Your call and participate in the fullness that You have planned for them. Amen.
OUR HOLY REDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
presents
Wednesdays
16 JULY THROUGH 20 AUGUST
7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
175 Woodcleft Avenue, "Home of Mass on the Waterfront"
16 July: Andy Cooney
Will present an "Irish Night and more".
23 July: These Three Tenors
Michael Crouse, Thomas Stallone, and Rinaldo Toglia will
perform Italian/American favourites from Sinatra to Bocelli.
30 July: Robbie Rosen
AMERICAN IDOL FINALIST will host "Pops Night on the Mile".
6 August: The Paul Joseph Quartet
Paul Joseph, Mike Corn, Edgar Mills, and Susan Mitchell
will perform “Jerome Kern Jazz”.
13 August: Belles of Broadway
Michelle Crouse, Shannen Hofheimer, and Sarah Mahon
will perform Broadway Classics.
20 August: Our Holy Redeemer Choir
Will perform Sacred and Americana favourites.
(Rain Date: 27 August for any cancelled programs)
THIS CONCERT SERIES IS PRODUCED BY MICHAEL CROUSE, COORDINATOR OF MUSIC MINISTRY AT OUR HOLY REDEEMER,
WITH FULL COOPERATION AND SUPPORT OF OUR HOLY REDEEMER’S PASTOR, FATHER DOUGLAS R. ARCOLEO.
OUR HOLY REDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
FREEPORT, NEW YORK
1911-2011
MASS ON THE WATERFRONT
RETURNS TO FREEPORT
NEXT SUNDAY!
Please Come Home and join us for the
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
on
Sunday, 6 July 2014
10:00 A.M.
at
175 Woodcleft Avenue
(just South of Hamilton Street)
Our Holy Redeemer: Where Coming Home is What it’s All About!
WHERE COMING HOME IS WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT!
OUR HOLY REDEEMER PARISHIONERS
CAN HELP EARN CASH
FOR THE DE LA SALLE SCHOOL
WITH THE ORIGINAL
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION PROGRAM
How It Works: The Box Tops for Education "Clip" program allows you to earn cash for the De La Salle
School every time you buy groceries. Each Box Tops Coupon is worth 10 cents that can be used to
purchase supplies and equipment needed by the School. The "Clip" program has three easy steps:
1. Clip Box Tops Coupons
from Participating Products
Save Box Tops coupons from
hundreds of General Mills
products located throughout
grocery and specialty stores.
2. Bring Your Box Tops
3. School Gets a Check
Coupons to OHR Church
General Mills will send the
Deposit your coupons in an
De La Salle School a check
envelope in the receptacle to the
worth 10 cents for each Box
right of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Tops coupon redeemed (up
Statue. The School will then
to a max of $20,000/year).
submit them to General Mills.
Pick Up Some Cash for the De LaSalle School Next Time You Buy Groceries!
Find Box Tops for Education Coupons on Hundreds of Great Products
(Below is a list of SOME of the products participating in the Box Tops for Education program.
Box Tops coupons may not appear on all sizes/flavors of participating products).
CEREALS
 Cheerios: Plain, Honey Nut,
Frosted, Apple Cinnamon,
Team, Multi Grain, Berry Burst
 Chex: Rice, Corn, Wheat,
Multi Bran, Honey Nut
 Wheaties: Plain, Raisin Bran,
Energy Crunch, Frosted
 Total: Plain, Whole Grain,
Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes,
Brown Sugar & Oat
 Lucky Charms
 Trix
 Cocoa Puffs
 Cookie Crisp
 Reese's Puffs
 Nestlé Nesquik
 Fiber One
 LaLechera
 Cinnamon Toast Crunch
 French Toast Crunch
 Golden Grahams
 Cinnamon Grahams
 Kix, Berry Berry Kix
 Oatmeal Crisp
 Raisin Nut Bran
 Basic 4
 Honey Nut Clusters
 Para Su Familia Raisin Bran
BABY PRODUCTS
 Huggies Diapers, Wipes,
Training Pants, & Swim Pants
 GOODNITES Underpants &
Sleep Shorts/Boxers
REFRIGERATED/DAIRY
 Pillsbury: Grands! Biscuits & Sweet
Rolls, Crescent Rolls, Crescent
Rounds, Flaky Twists, Breadsticks,
Pizza Crust, Pie Crust, Cookie Dough,
Create ‘n Bake Cookies, Simply Bake
Bars, Sweet Rolls, Brownie Batter
 Yoplait: Original, Yumsters, & Trix
Multipack Yogurt, Kids Yogurt Drink,
Go-GURT Yogurt, Go-GURT Fizzix
Yogurt
MEALS/SIDES
 Hamburger Helper, Chicken Helper, &
Tuna Helper
 Betty Crocker: Oven Favorites Mix,
Complete, Meals, Potato Buds,
Seasoned Mashed Potatoes, Au Gratin
Potatoes, Bowl Appétit Rice or Pasta,
Suddenly Salad Mix
 Old El Paso: Taco Shells, Dinner Kits,
Seasoning Mix, Enchilada Sauce,
Beans, Refrigerated Meat
 Progresso Soup
 Suddenly Salad Mixes
FROZEN
 Pillsbury: Home Baked Classics
Frozen, Dough, Frozen Waffles, Frozen
Pancakes, Toaster Strudel Pastries,
Toaster Scrambles Pastries
 Green Giant: Bagged Vegetables with
Sauce, Frozen Complete Skillet Meals,
Just For One Vegetables
 Totinos Party Pizza & Pizza Snacks
SNACKS
 Milk'n Cereal Bars
 Chex Morning Mix
 Cheerios Snack Mix
 Betty Crocker: Fruit Roll-Ups,
Fruit Gushers, Fruit by the Foot
 Care Bears Fruit Shapes
 Shark Bites Fruit Shapes
 Transformers Fruit Shapes
 Spider-Man Fruit Shapes
 Scooby-Doo Fruit Shapes
 Tonka Fruit Shapes
 Dunkaroos Snacks
 Nature Valley Granola Bars
 Pop Secret Microwave Popcorn
BAKING
 Gold Medal Flour
 Bisquick & Bisquick Complete
 Betty Crocker: Pancake Mix,
Pizza Crust, SuperMoist Cake Mix,
Ready-to-Spread Frosting, Muffin
Mix, Brownie Mix Supreme, Angel
Food Cake Mix, Dessert Bar Mix,
Stir N Bake Mix, Quickbread Mix,
Snackin' Cake Mix, Cookie Mix,
Variety Dessert Mixes
PAPER PRODUCTS/STORAGE
 Kleenex Tissues & Napkins
 Cottonelle Tissues & Wipes
 Scott Tissues, Napkins, Wipes,
& Paper Towels
 Hefty Disposable Cups, Plates,
Bowls & Waste Bags
 ZipLoc Storage Bags & Containers
For more information about the Box Tops for Education program please visit: www.boxtops4education.com
FAITH AND EDUCATION
"I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you and watch over you."
SCHOOL’S OPEN: DRIVE CAREFULLY (both on and off the road)
NEWS FROM THE DE LA SALLE SCHOOL
Quiet now fills the corridors and the playground at The De La Salle School. Before the
students were dismissed for vacation (with their summer reading assignment!) and after
their final exams several events took place. First, we enjoyed Field Day at Cow Meadow
Park. The weather was ideal, the games fun, and the food abundant and delicious. Second,
we hosted our annual Awards Assembly at which students were recognized for effort,
improvement, and achievement in each of the subject areas. In addition, the seven young
men with perfect attendance for the year were acknowledged. That figure represents more
than ten percent of our student body.
A happy and safe summer to all!
29 June 2014 – Saint Peter and Saint Paul A
Sunday Readings: Acts XII: 1-11; II Timothy IV: 6-8, 17-18; Saint Matthew XVI: 13-19
Student’s Name: ____________________________________________________
Class Day/Session: __________________________________________________
Catechist Name: ____________________________________________________
Mass Time (Circle One): Sat: 5:00 PM  7:00 PM  Sun: 7:00 AM  8:00 AM  9:30 AM  11:30 AM  1:00 PM
GOSPEL QUESTIONS:
(Religious Education Students please answer ALL questions)
Fill in the blanks:
He said to them, ‘But who do you say that I am?’ Simon Peter said in reply, ‘_____________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________.’”
“Jesus said to him in reply, ‘Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah. For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but My
Heavenly Father. And so I say to you, ____________________________________________________________________,
and upon this rock I will build ________________________________________, and the gates of the netherworld shall not
prevail against it. I will give you the keys to the Kingdom of _________________________________.
Whatever you bind on ____________________________ shall be bound in _______________________; and whatever you
_______________________ on earth shall be ________________________ in heaven.’”
FAITH AND GOVERNMENT
DECLARATION ON RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
DIGNITATIS HUMANAE
ON THE RIGHT OF THE PERSON AND OF COMMUNITIES
TO SOCIAL AND CIVIL FREEDOM IN MATTERS RELIGIOUS
PROMULGATED BY HIS HOLINESS POPE PAUL VI
ON 7 DECEMBER 1965
(Continued from 22 June 2014 Sunday Bulletin)
4. The freedom or immunity from coercion in matters religious which is
the endowment of persons as individuals is also to be recognized as their
right when they act in community. Religious communities are a
requirement of the social nature both of man and of religion itself.
Provided the just demands of public order are observed, religious
communities rightfully claim freedom in order that they may govern
themselves according to their own norms, honor the Supreme Being in
public worship, assist their members in the practice of the religious life,
strengthen them by instruction, and promote institutions in which they
may join together for the purpose of ordering their own lives in
accordance with their religious principles.
Religious communities also have the right not to be hindered, either by
legal measures or by administrative action on the part of government, in
the selection, training, appointment, and transferral of their own
ministers, in communicating with religious authorities and communities abroad, in erecting buildings for
religious purposes, and in the acquisition and use of suitable funds or properties.
Religious communities also have the right not to be hindered in their public teaching and witness to their
faith, whether by the spoken or by the written word. However, in spreading religious faith and in introducing
religious practices everyone ought at all times to refrain from any manner of action which might seem to
carry a hint of coercion or of a kind of persuasion that would be dishonorable or unworthy, especially when
dealing with poor or uneducated people. Such a manner of action would have to be considered an abuse of
one's right and a violation of the right of others.
In addition, it comes within the meaning of religious freedom that religious communities should not be
prohibited from freely undertaking to show the special value of their doctrine in what concerns the
organization of society and the inspiration of the whole of human activity. Finally, the social nature of man
and the very nature of religion afford the foundation of the right of men freely to hold meetings and to
establish educational, cultural, charitable and social organizations, under the impulse of their own religious
sense.
5. The family, since it is a society in its own original right, has the right freely to live its own domestic religious
life under the guidance of parents. Parents, moreover, have the right to determine, in accordance with their
own religious beliefs, the kind of religious education that their children are to receive. Government, in
consequence, must acknowledge the right of parents to make a genuinely free choice of schools and of other
means of education, and the use of this freedom of choice is not to be made a reason for imposing unjust
burdens on parents, whether directly or indirectly. Besides, the rights of parents are violated, if their children
are forced to attend lessons or instructions which are not in agreement with their religious beliefs, or if a
single system of education, from which all religious formation is excluded, is imposed upon all.
6. Since the common welfare of society consists in the entirety of those conditions of social life under which
men enjoy the possibility of achieving their own perfection in a certain fullness of measure and also with
some relative ease, it chiefly consists in the protection of the rights, and in the performance of the duties, of
the human person.(4) Therefore the care of the right to religious freedom devolves upon the whole citizenry,
upon social groups, upon government, and upon the Church and other religious communities, in virtue of the
duty of all toward the common welfare, and in the manner proper to each.
The protection and promotion of the inviolable rights of man ranks among the essential duties of
government.(5) Therefore government is to assume the safeguard of the religious freedom of all its citizens,
in an effective manner, by just laws and by other appropriate means.
Government is also to help create conditions favorable to the fostering of religious life, in order that the
people may be truly enabled to exercise their religious rights and to fulfill their religious duties, and also in
order that society itself may profit by the moral qualities of justice and peace which have their origin in men's
faithfulness to God and to His holy will. (6)
If, in view of peculiar circumstances obtaining among peoples, special civil recognition is given to one religious
community in the constitutional order of society, it is at the same time imperative that the right of all citizens
and religious communities to religious freedom should be recognized and made effective in practice.
Finally, government is to see to it that equality of citizens before the law, which is itself an element of the
common good, is never violated, whether openly or covertly, for religious reasons. Nor is there to be
discrimination among citizens.
It follows that a wrong is done when government imposes upon its people, by force or fear or other means,
the profession or repudiation of any religion, or when it hinders men from joining or leaving a religious
community. All the more is it a violation of the will of God and of the sacred rights of the person and the
family of nations when force is brought to bear in any way in order to destroy or repress religion, either in the
whole of mankind or in a particular country or in a definite community.
7. The right to religious freedom is exercised in human society: hence its exercise is subject to certain
regulatory norms. In the use of all freedoms the moral principle of personal and social responsibility is to be
observed. In the exercise of their rights, individual men and social groups are bound by the moral law to have
respect both for the rights of others and for their own duties toward others and for the common welfare of
all. Men are to deal with their fellows in justice and civility.
Furthermore, society has the right to defend itself against possible abuses committed on the pretext of
freedom of religion. It is the special duty of government to provide this protection. However, government is
not to act in an arbitrary fashion or in an unfair spirit of partisanship. Its action is to be controlled by juridical
norms which are in conformity with the objective moral order. These norms arise out of the need for the
effective safeguard of the rights of all citizens and for the peaceful settlement of conflicts of rights, also out of
the need for an adequate care of genuine public peace, which
comes about when men live together in good order and in true
justice, and finally out of the need for a proper guardianship of
public morality.
These matters constitute the basic component of the common
welfare: they are what is meant by public order. For the rest, the
usages of society are to be the usages of freedom in their full range:
that is, the freedom of man is to be respected as far as possible and
is not to be curtailed except when and insofar as necessary.
(To be continued next week . . .)
FAITH AND PRAYER
SCRIPTURE REFLECTION
Please Pray for Our Beloved Deceased:
Augusto Barichievich
Dorothy J. Hetterich
READINGS FOR
6 July 2014
FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

1ST READING: ZECHARIAH IX: 9-10
RESPONSORIAL PSALM: PSALM 145
2ND READING: ROMANS VIII: 9, 11-13
GOSPEL: SAINT MATTHEW XI: 25-30
PLEASE
PRAY FOR:
“You are Peter and upon this rock I will
build my Church” (See Matthew 16:13-19).
The Scriptures we read today show how
Saint Peter was rescued from the power of
Herod, and Saint Paul protected from his
enemies. Both Saint Peter and Saint Paul
proclaim with their lives that Jesus is the
Messiah, the Son of the living God.
According to tradition Saint Peter died a
martyr’s death in Rome, during the persecution Nero launched
in 64 AD. This humble fisherman became the spokesman for
the apostles and rightly deserves the title of “Prince of the
Apostles.” Two of the epistles found in the New Testament are
ascribed to him. He is considered the patron of fishermen.
According to tradition Saint Paul was also martyred in Rome in
the year 67 AD. He had been a Pharisee and had persecuted
the Church, but was converted by Christ Himself and became
the “Apostle of the Gentiles.” Saint. Paul wrote most of the
epistles in the New Testament. He is the patron of the lay
apostolate, the Cursillo Movement, and Catholic Action; also
of Malta and Greece. Both Saint Peter and Saint Paul are the
principal patrons of Rome and are mentioned in the Roman
Canon.
Mary Acosta, Virginia Brehaut, Gerard Burton, Blanca Cales, Louise Callus, Warren P. Cochol, Rosemary Curran, Anne Dantes,
Felicitas DeLa Garma, Aileen D'Avanzo, Raymond Enright, Leo Esch, Roseann Feeney, Kathy Hobkirk, Jennifer Johnson,
Baby Joshua, Baby Juliana, Linda A. Kane, Nancy Lamb, Sara Kataeva, Fr. Matthew Kottaram, Josephine Lucci, John Lundergan,
Barbara McEneaney, Amanda Mucaria, Alice Mugno, Alexander Nadeau, Adryana Navarro, Paul Navarro, Jean Nicholich,
Andrew Owen, Guido Penafiel, Clare Pirro, Jessica Quiroz, Justin Ramos, Kathleen Randal, Frederick Roberts, Sylvia Roberts,
Matthew Ryan, Lidiana Santiago, Brielle Saracini, Victor Schipani, Juan Antonio Villatoro, Ray Washecka
Please continue to say your prayers
for the following members
of our Armed Forces:
Capt. Thomas Collins III, Anthony Costante, Tyler Daly,
Sgt. Adam Dengel, Juan Diaz, Ryan Dugan,
Michael George Gonzalez, Daniel Ingin,
Brig. Gen. Kevin Killea, Susana Ladino, Sgt. Ramon Marrero,
Pvt. Jack McKnight, John Mediate, Sgt. Kelvin O. Melara,
Airman 1st Class Jerome Miles, Lt. Cmdr. Colleen Minihan,
Maj. Paul Minihan, Sebastian Moreno,
Sean Joseph Mormon, Sgt. Allyson Parla,
Petty Officer Floyd A. Rivera, Sgt. Sammy Rodriguez,
Benjamin Rhodes, Edwin Sandoval, Doug Schambert,
Paul Seiden, Luis Sic, Capt. John Talafuse,
Lt. Matthew Talibon, Corp. Daniel Vargas,
Chief Petty Officer William A. Vega,
Capt. Johnetta Washington, Anthony Williams,
Sgt. 1st Class Lynroy Williams; Lt. Cmdr. Brad Younger
Please pray in thanksgiving for the
following who recently received
the Sacrament of Baptism:
Naliah Zenellie Kayle Branche
Chelsea Cornejo Enamorado
Tyler Richard Cruz
Jayden Ruben Cumbay
Jeilen Jenfis Duran
Jovanny DeJesus Gil Nuñez
Gianni Philip Maclay-Ciaravino
Giselle Marie Rodriguez Medina
Amy Jissel Mendez
Angelie Marie Moran
Victoria Alicia Perez
Meldric Jonathan Reyes Marriaga
Peyton Rose Smith
Kevin Mathew Suarez
Sebastian Alejandro Taco
FAITH AND SOCIAL MINISTRY
OUR HOLY REDEEMER
HUMAN SERVICES
(516) 868-8289
Hours: Monday through Thursday
10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
First Sunday
Works of Mercy
23 West Merrick Road, Freeport, NY
BARGAINS EVERY DAY!
for 5/6 July is:
Diapers: All Sizes
SHOPPING HOURS:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.
Closed every Wednesday
Please call
Alfonso Martinez, Director
at (516) 868-8289.
He is waiting to hear from YOU!
DONATIONS ACCEPTED:
Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
and by appointment: (516) 623 – 3247
VOLUNTEERS ACCEPTED ALL THE TIME!
THE YEAR OF FAITH AND THE YEAR AFTER
29 June 2014
(Return this Completed Form to the Rectory before: 7 July 2014)
Any confirmed Catholic and registered parishioner of Our Holy Redeemer who is 19 years old or younger (born after
23 November 1994) is eligible to answer a weekly “YEAR OF FAITH AND YEAR AFTER” question from the bulletin for a
chance to earn as much as $1,750.00. Answers can be found in the Section of the Catechism of the Catholic Church
as noted underneath the question and recorded in the format below. And the twenty-ninth question is:
Question #29: Why does the Magisterium of the Church act in the field of morality?
(From: PART II: THE CELEBRATION OF THE CHRISTIAN MYSTERY/SECTION 2: THE SEVEN SACRAMENTS OF THE CHURCH)
Answer: Chapter Title: ___________________________________________________________________________
Paragraph Title: _________________________________________________________________________
Name: _______________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ________________________
Address: _____________________________________________________ Telephone #: _________________________
FAITH AND THE ROMAN MISSAL
9:00 A.M. MASS/4 JULY 2014
PRAYERS FROM THE ROMAN MISSAL THAT YOU MAY NEVER HEAR
(PRAYERS THAT CAN BE PRAYED EVEN AT HOME)
While the gates of Hell might have prevailed against the United States Supreme Court on 28 June 2012, the gates of
Hell will not prevail against the Church. Not only do we have the guarantee of Our Holy Redeemer in Sacred
Scripture (cf. Saint Matthew XVI:18), but even history bears this Truth! Just consider that nearly forty (40) years after
the last Supreme Court blunder (22 January 1973), more than half of America considers itself "pro-life." There is no
guarantee however, that Almighty God will endure another generation for forty (40) years (cf. Psalm XCV), so
please join us for a Fortnight for Freedom closing Mass at 9:00 A.M. on 4 July 2014 when we will exercise the
Liberty in which our Nation was conceived and against which the gates of Hell will not prevail!
For the Nation or State
O God, Who arrange all things
according to a wonderful design,
graciously receive the prayers we pour out to You
for our country (state), that, through the
wisdom of its leaders and the integrity of its citizens,
harmony and justice may be assured
and lasting prosperity come with peace.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son,
Who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
For Those in Public Office
Almighty ever-living God,
in Whose hand lies every human heart
and the rights of peoples, look with favour, we pray,
on those who govern with authority over us,
that throughout the whole world the prosperity of peoples,
the assurance of peace, and freedom of religion
may through Your gift be made secure.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son,
Who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
Prayer for a Governing Assembly
O God, Who arrange all things in wondrous order
and govern in marvelous ways,
look with favor on the assembled, for whom we now pray
(the members of the United States Supreme Court),
that they may decide everything for the well-being and
peace of all and may never turn aside from Your will.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son,
Who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
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# OF
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2009
$57,723.00
303
$82,464.14
$79,417.14
$28,889.91
2010
$60,798.00
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$86,167.82
$82,783.77
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2011
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$85,149.86
$84,624.86
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$66,100.00
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$93,069.09
$90,962.84
$33,110.27
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$101,609.25
$99,999.25
$38,239.40
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 Monthly
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PARISH FINANCE COUNCIL MEMBERS:
Charles Shields III
Joann Flaherty
FAITH AND FINANCES
Donald Gallant
Sheila Walsh
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25 CENTS AND MORE
$344,500.00
$13,000.00
(Thank you for putting in your 25 cents)
Not only are more and more people (thanks be to God) coming Home to Our Holy Redeemer every Sunday,
but more and more people are giving more and more and more: 25 Cents and More!
And since people are still asking: “How can 25 Cents and More make a difference?”
I offer you the two ways that parishioners are putting in their 25 cents and more a week:
PARISHIONER A
Offering on
Offering on
Offering on
Offering on
Offering on
29 June:
6 July:
13 July:
20 July:
27 July:
PARISHIONER B
$0.25
$0.50
$0.75
$1.00
$1.25
Offering on
Offering on
Offering on
Offering on
Offering on
Yearly individual increase: $344.50
If every Sunday Mass-goer followed this model
of “putting in 25 cents”, the projected increase
in our yearly collection based on 1000 Sunday
Mass-goers would be: $344,500.00.
29 June:
6 July:
13 July:
20 July:
27 July:
Yearly individual increase: $13.00
If every Sunday Mass-goer followed this model
of “putting in 25 cents”, the projected increase
in our yearly collection based on 1000 Sunday
Mass-goers would be: $13,000.00.
YOUR TITHING (25 CENTS AND MORE)
IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE!
(GOD WILL NOT BE OUTDONE IN GENEROSITY!)
21/22 JUNE
MASS
$0.25
$0.25
$0.25
$0.25
$0.25
COLLECTION
ENVELOPE
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Prior to Weekend
5:00 pm
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$1,904.25
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Christmas Drawing: $1,911.00 + $50 Duryea’s G.C. on 6 December 2014
Anniversary Drawing: $2,014 Drawing on 11 June 2015
GRAND PRIZE: $25,000 on 25 June 2015
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# of Tickets ___________ @ $25 each = amount enclosed $ _____________________
Mail this Form plus a Check ($25 per Ticket) to: Our Holy Redeemer Parish, 37 South Ocean Avenue, Freeport, New York 11520. Your Ticket
stub(s) will be mailed back to you. ** This Form may only be used for Tickets purchased BEFORE 8 September 2014.
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Vacation Bible School
…IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SAINT PAUL
For Children in Pre-K through 6th Grade.
18 – 22 August 2014
Games, Crafts, Fun!
Junior Counselors Needed-Grade 7 and up!
Please contact Our Holy Redeemer Religious Education Office for more details-at (516) 546-1057
Escuela Bíblica de Vacaciones
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Para Niños de Pre-K hasta el 6to Grado
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7 y mayores!
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Para más detalles comuníquese con la Oficina de Educación Religiosa de Ntro. Santo Redentor al (516) 546-1057
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 UN MENSAJE DEL PASTOR 
Una Nueva Nación, Concebida por una Orden
Ejecutiva, Dedicada a un Mandato
Hace doscientos treinta y ocho años "nuestros padres fundaron en este
continente una nueva nación, concebida en libertad y dedicada a la proposición de
que todos los hombres son creados iguales." Mucho antes de que el presidente
Abraham Lincoln pronunciara esas palabras durante su discurso en Gettysburg, la
Iglesia Católica ha promovido y defendido la concepción, la Libertad y la igualdad.
Esa defensa, sin embargo, nunca ha sido más necesaria en los Estados Unidos de
lo que es hoy en día cuando la prevención de la concepción, también conocida
como la anticoncepción (y no el calentamiento global) está impulsando al hombre a la extinción, la Libertad de
conciencia está siendo amenazada por el Mandato HHS de la Ley del Cuidado de la Salud a Bajo Precio, y la
igualdad es sólo para aquellos que obedecen el Mandato.
El obligar a los ciudadanos privados a violar sus conciencias no mejora el cuidado de la salud; mandar el tipo de
bombillas que los ciudadanos privados pueden utilizar en sus hogares, no mejora la calidad de la vida, y mandar a
los ciudadanos que cambien el nombre de su equipo de football no fomenta la igualdad. Sin embargo, obligar a
los ciudadanos privados a que hagan estas cosas y otras, parece ser la forma en que el Poder Ejecutivo de
nuestro gobierno "del pueblo, por el pueblo y para el pueblo" decide obrar en estos días. En breve, los Estados
Unidos tal como los conocemos dejarán de "funcionar"
En Juntos por la Libertad Religiosa, una Carta Abierta a todos los Estadounidenses, un grupo de líderes religiosos,
teólogos, laicos practicantes y funcionarios comunitarios escribe: "Los estadounidenses se prestan mutuamente
amplias libertades con respecto al estilo de vida. Sin embargo, el gobierno federal no tiene ni ningún interés
apremiante ni la debida autoridad para obligar a un ciudadano a financiar o facilitar los estilos de vida específicos
de otros. Si el gobierno federal puede obligar a individuos moralmente opuestos a comprar anticonceptivos o
medicamentos y dispositivos abortivos para un tercero, ¿qué impide que ésta o futuras administraciones
obliguen a otros estadounidenses a traicionar sus convicciones profundas? "
Nuestra “nueva nación, concebida en Libertad y dedicada a la proposición de que todos los hombres han sido
creados iguales” va a celebrar su nacimiento el 4 de Julio. Por favor venga en su defensa viniendo a casa ese día a
celebrar una misa a las 9:00 A.M. en la que unidos oraremos para que Estados Unidos no caiga.
Por Favor Ore por nuestros Sacerdotes
(Y por favor no se olvide de nuestro Seminarista:
Hermano Pierre Toussaint (Alain) Guiteau, C.F.R.)
Padre Celestial, concede a Tus fieles siervos la gracia y la fortaleza para llevar a
cabo Su misión por la Iglesia. Mantén a nuestro Sacerdotes cerca de Ti, y continúa
inspirándolos a servir a otros en Tu Santo Nombre. Por favor inspira a hombres
que son llamados a la Vocación Sacerdotal a responder a Tu llamado y participar
en la plenitud de lo que Tú has preparado para ellos. Amén.
REFLEXIÓN SEMANAL
Tú eres Pedro y sobre esta piedra edificaré mi iglesia” (Ver Mateo 16:13-19). Las Escrituras que leemos
hoy nos muestran cómo por medio de un ángel el Señor rescató a Pedro del poder de Herodes y como
Pablo fue rescatado de las manos de sus enemigos. Tanto Pedro como Pablo proclamaron mediante
sus vidas que Jesús era el Mesías, el Hijo del Dios vivo. Según la tradición San Pedro murió una muerte
de mártir en Roma durante la persecución que el emperador Nerón lanzó en el año 64 de la era
cristiana. Este humilde pescador llegó a convertirse en el portavoz de los apóstoles y ciertamente
merita el título de “Príncipe de los Apóstoles.” Dos de las epístolas del Nuevo Testamento son
atribuidas a él. Se le considera como patrón de los Pescadores.
Según la tradición San Pablo escribió la mayoría de las epístolas del Nuevo Testamento. El había sido
fariseo y había perseguido la iglesia, pero fue convertido por Cristo mismo y llegó a ser el “Apóstol de los Gentiles.” San
Pablo escribió la mayoría de las epístolas del Nuevo Testamento. El es patrón del apostolado laico, del Movimiento Cursillo
y de la Acción Católica; también de malta y de Grecia. Tanto San Pedro como San Pablo son los patrones principales de
Roma y ambos están mencionados en el Canon Romano.
El comenzó a Enseñarles Muchas Cosas
El comenzó a Enseñarles Muchas Cosas
Los Diez Mandamientos Explicados por el Catecismo
Los Diez Mandamientos Explicados por el Catecismo
I. La purificación del corazón
2517 El corazón es la sede de la personalidad moral: “de dentro del corazón salen las intenciones malas, asesinatos, adulterios,
fornicaciones” (Mt 15, 19). La lucha contra la concupiscencia de la carne pasa por la purificación del corazón:
«Mantente en la simplicidad y en la inocencia, y serás como los niños pequeños que ignoran la perversidad que destruye la vida de los
hombres» (Hermas, Pastor 27, 1 [mandatum 2, 1]).
 Oremos 
LECTURAS PARA EL
6 de Julio de 2014
XIV Domingo Ordinario
(Por los Hombres y Mujeres en las Fuerzas Armadas)
Cpt. Thomas Collins III, Anthony Costante, Tyler Daly, Sgt. Adam Dengel,
Juan Diaz, Michael G. Gonzalez, Daniel Ingin, Susana Ladino,
Sgt. Ramon Marrero, Pvt. Jack McKnight, John Mediate,
Airman 1st Class Jerome Miles, Lt. Cmdr. Colleen Minihan, Maj. Paul Minihan,
Sebastian Moreno, Sean Joseph Mormon, Sgt. Allyson Parla,
Petty Officer Floyd A. Rivera, Benjamin Rhodes, Sgt. Sammy Rodriguez,
Edwin Sandoval, Luis Sic, Cpt. John Talafuse, Lt. Matthew Talibon,
Corp. Daniel Vargas, Chief Petty Officer William A. Vega,
Cpt. Johnetta Washington, Anthony Williams, Sgt. 1st Class Lynroy Williams
ADORACIÓN NOCTURNA
¿Interesado en pasar
una hora en oración con
Cristo
durante
los
Primeros viernes del
mes? Si desea hacerse
miembro favor, llame al
Diácono Cristóbal a la
Rectoría (516) 378-0665.
ULTREYA
Todos los miércoles
después de la misa de
las 7:30 pm celebramos
la Ultreya en el sótano de
la Iglesia. Será muy bien
recibido.
Por favor,
llame a Rosario Ricse al
(516) 425-8339.
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1ra Lectura: Zacarias 9, 9-10
Salmo Responsorial: Salmo: 144
2da Lectura: Romanos 8,9. 11-13
Evangelio: San Mateo 11, 25-30
GRUPO SEÑOR DE LAS MISERICORDIAS
Lo invita a acompañarlos
todos los lunes a las 7:30 pm
en la Capillita del Antiguo
Convento para rezar juntos
la Novena al Señor de las
Misericordias. Favor llame
a Berta al (516) 379-8270.
PROGRAMA SUPLEMENTAL DE ALIMENTOS
Para mujeres embarazadas y postparto por 6 meses, infantes y para niños hasta los 5 años de familias con bajo ingreso.
Proveemos asistencia de alimentos, educación nutricional y evaluación de salud. Le damos referencia a médicos y agencias de servicios humanos.
LLAME al 516-377-0157 o VENGA A NUESTRA OFICINA: Caridades Católicas: Programa WIC, 38 Saint John’s Place, Freeport, N. Y. 11520
El USDA es un Empleador que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades
“Jóvenes Adultos Creciendo en Cristo”
Invitamos a todos los jóvenes hispanos a que nos acompañen en nuestras reuniones todos los viernes
desde las 7:30 PM. Las reuniones tendrán lugar en la Sala Grande de la Escuela. Ven a compartir tus
inquietudes, hacer nuevas amistades y a crecer con Cristo en lo humano y espiritual, con alegría juvenil.
Para más información, llama a Carlos Portillo al (516) 849-4568, Marta al (516) 765-1210.
THE SON
OF THE
LIVING GOD
When Jesus went into
the region of Caearea
Philippi He asked His
disciples, “Who do people
say that the Son of Man
is?” They replied,
“Some say John the
Baptist, others Elijah,
still others Jeremiah or
one of the prophets.”
He said to them, “But
Who do you say that I
am?” Simon Peter said
in reply, “You are the
Christ, the Son of the
Living God.”
Saint Matthew XVI:13-16
Directions: Find the words below from
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Words can go horizontally, vertically, and
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