January 12, 2014 Baptism of our Lord

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January 12, 2014 Baptism of our Lord
394 Tenney Avenue • Campbell, Ohio 44405 • (330)755-4141 • (330)755-1367 (fax) • (330)755-3633 (Español)
A Parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown
The Mission of Christ, the Good Shepherd Parish is to celebrate the Sacraments,
share our heritage and traditions, and support one another in living and sharing our faith in
this community and throughout the world.
January 12, 2014
Baptism of our Lord
CALLED TO SERVE
The status of God’s beloved Son is not one he clings
to. It is one he shares. All of us are called to be sons and
daughters of God. In Jesus, we can all claim God’s favor.
The second reading makes this clear. Here we read of the
baptism of Cornelius and his household. Peter’s speech
recalls the anointing of Jesus by the Holy Spirit and the
great power that swept through Israel and onto the
doorstep of the Gentile Cornelius.
As for his household, so for us. There is an end to
our work on earth, to our baptismal vocation and the
honorable work we do. But there is no end to the saving
life given to us through baptism. There is no end to the
life of the children of God; there is no end to God’s
compassion, which we know in Christ Jesus. There is no
end to our status as chosen and beloved people of God.
Because of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, we are
forever among those on whom God’s favor rests.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
OUR PARISH’S CHURCHES
St. John the Baptist Church
159 Reed Ave.
Hall: (330)755-0036
St. Joseph the Provider Church
633 Porter Ave. Hall/Pierogi Sales: (330)755-1316
St. Lucy Church/Sta. Rosa de Lima
394 Tenney Ave. Palermo Hall: (330)755-4545
or (330)755-2245
All parish offices are located at
394 Tenney Ave., Campbell, OH 44405
330-755-4141 or 330-755-3633
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
www.CampbellCatholic.com
MASS SCHEDULE: (check inside for details)
at St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa de Lima, January 1 - March 31
at St. John the Baptist, April 1 - June 30
at St. Joseph the Provider, July 1 - September 30
Rotation every 3 months
Saturday (Vigil for Sunday): 4:00pm
[with Confessions at 3:00pm]
Sunday: 8:30am - 10:15am -12:00 Noon (Spanish)
at St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa
Weekdays [Monday - Friday] at 8:30am:
at St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa, January 6 - March 31
2• CHRIST, THE GOOD SHEPHERD PARISH, CAMPBELL, OHIO
On many calendars, you will see January 7th
marked as “Orthodox Christmas”—13 days after
December 25th. But, why? The explanation
begins with this confusing fact: Orthodox
Christmas is celebrated on December 25th. But, it
is the December 25th of the Julian Calendar, not
the Gregorian Calendar.
In ancient Rome a calendar was created, the Julian
calendar. But, by the 1500’s, we discovered more
precise ways of measuring the stars. So, a reform
was needed. Under Pope Gregory XIII, in 1582,
the Gregorian calendar was promulgated,
superseding the Julian calendar. Eventually, the
Gregorian calendar became the civil calendar for
the whole world—even non-Christian countries.
So, today, everything is done on the Gregorian
calendar.
But, many Orthodox and Byzantine Catholics
retained the Julian calendar as the Liturgical
calendar, while using the Gregorian calendar for
civil life.
Now, where does the 13 day discrepancy come
from? Well, right off the bat, 10 days were
eliminated: The last day of the Julian calendar was
Thursday, 4 October 1582 and this was followed
by the first day of the Gregorian calendar, Friday,
15 October 1582. Since then, the calendars grow
apart by one day about every hundred years. For
instance, it used to be that “Orthodox Christmas”
was January 6th—but, it has been January 7th since
2000.
Of course, January 6th was rather inconspicuous
because that is our celebration of Epiphany—a day
in some countries associated with gift-giving. But,
this 12 day difference is now 13 days, for the next
century, until it becomes 14 days different. Again,
some Christians use the Julian Calendar to
determine the celebration of their Liturgical feasts,
even though it is different than the civil calendar.
And, again, Christmas isn’t a different date for the
Orthodox; everywhere Christmas is celebrated on
December 25th, just according to different
calendars.
God bless you,
Fr. Conoboy
En muchos calendario, usted encontrara que el 7 de
Enero esta marcado como la “Navidad Ortodoxa”13 días después del 25 de Diciembre. Porque? La
explicación comienza con este confuso hecho: La
“Navidad Ortodoxa” es celebrda el 25 de
Diciembre. Pero, es el 25 de Diciembre del
Calendario Juliano, no del Calendario Gregoriano.
En la antigua Roma s creó un calendario, el
calendario Juliano. Pero para los 1500,
descubrimos más precisas formas de medir las
estrellas. Por eso, una reforma fue necesitada.
Debajo del Papa Gregorio XIII, en 1582, el
calendario Gregoriano fue
promulgado, reemplazando el calendario Juliano.
Eventualmente el calendario Gregoriano se
convirtió en el calendario civil para los países del
mundo entero—incluso el de los países no
cristianos. Así que, hoy en día, todo se hace en el
calendario Gregoriano.
Pero, muchos Ortodoxos y Byzentinos retienen el
calendario Juliano como el calendario Liturgico,
mientras usando el calendario Gregoriano para la
vida civil.
Ahora, de dónde viene la discrepancia de los 13
días? Bueno, fueron eleminados 10 días: El último
día del calendario Juliano era el Jueves, 4 de
Octubre del 1582 y esto fue seguido por el primer
día del calendario Gregoriano, el Viernes, 15 de
Octubre del 1582. Desde entonces, los calendarios
crecen separados por un día por cada cien años. Por
ejemplo, solía ser que la “Navidad Ortodoxa” era el
6 de Enero—pero, ha sido el 7 de Enero del el año
2000.
Por supuesto, el 6 de Enero fue bastante discreto,
porque ese día es la celebración de la Epifanía—en
algunos países asociados con regalar. Pero, esta
diferencia de 12 días ya es de 13 días, para el
próximo siglo, hasta que se convierte en 14 días de
diferencia. Una vez más, algunos cristianos utilizan
el calendario Juliano para determiner la celebración
de sus fiestas Liturgicas, aunque es diferente al
Calendario civil. Y, otra vez, la Navidad no es una
fecha diferente para los Ortodoxos: en todas partes
la Navidad es celebrada el 25 de Diciembre, según
diferentes calendarios.
Que Dios te bendiga,
P. Conoboy
G
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BAPTISM OF OUR LORD - JANUARY 12, 2014 • 3
Mass Intentions
The Rosary is prayed 1/2 hour before Mass.
All Masses at St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa
Memorial Flames
at St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa
St. Lucy - Ida Massaro (Carmel & Al Gerlick)
Saturday, January 11 - Vigil for Sunday
4:00pm Remo Carano (M/M Angelo Ricciuti)
Kathy Meyer (Harold & Maria Meyer)
Anthony Falasca (Jerry & Joan Beeson)
SUNDAY,
8:30am
10:15am
Noon
January 12 - Baptism of our Lord
Stella Chojnacki (M/M Matt Chojnacki)
Anthony & Linda Valerio (Valerio Family)
Roberto Morales y Johny Lopez (Alfonsina
Morales)
Bonnie Peterson (Claudia Ramos)
Monday, January 13 - St. Hilary
8:30am Marie Rubino (M/M Don Lavertu)
Tuesday, January 14 - Weekday
8:30am Ida Massaro (Doris Almasy)
Donald “Gene” Rankin (Carmel Malmer)
Adele Kadilak (M/M Donald Malarcik)
Wednesday, January 15 - Weelday
8:30am Frank Reichert (M/M Anthony Filo)
Thursday, January 16 - Weekday
8:30am Steve Belli (Gordon & Donna Hartranft)
Friday, January 17 - St. Anthony
8:30am Cliff Jamieson (Gary & Diane Petruska)
Saturday, January 18 - Vigil for Sunday
4:00pm Stanley Melnik (Helen Vrona)
Rose Windt (Anthony & Louise Matash)
Carolyne Semer (Carmel Malmer)
SUNDAY, January 19 - Second Sunday Ordinary Time
8:30am Frances Valerio (Mark Barone)
10:15am Eleanor Biej (Bonnie Pastilo)
Noon
Guillermina Ortiz (Anthony & Louise
Matash)
The annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
begins this week, on Saturday, January 18, and
continues through Saturday, January 25. Join with
Christians around the world praying :that all may be
one. . .that the world may believe: (John 17:21).
Bulletin Deadline
for January 19
Monday, January 13 at 1:00 pm
RCIA Next session January 14, 6-7:30pm
Catholicism: World Without End
CCD
Next Class January 13, 6:00-7:30pm.
Prayer for Christian Unity
January 18-25, 2014, is the annual observance of the
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Throughout 2014,
join Christians everywhere in praying “that they may
all be one” joining our prayer with that the Lord Jesus
Christ. For more information go to: www.geii.org.
Oración para la Unión Cristiana
Enero 18-25, 2014, es la celebración anual de la
Semana de Oración por la Unidad de los Cristianos.
A lo largo de 2014, unanse a todos los Cristianos de
todas partes en oración “que todos puedan ser uno”
unanse a nuestra oración con el Señor Jesucristo.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of
Helen Lencyk & Rose Richards.
May she be greeted in heaven with joy and celebration.
Our sympathy & prayers are with her family.
Over 600 books of Rediscover Catholicism were
passed out over the Christmas Holiday.
Sabía
Usted
Que sobre 600 libros de Redescubre el
Catolicismo fueron distribuidos durante los
dias de Navidad.
Super Bowl Party St. John’s Hall
$50/Block Payout $400/Quarter $25/ 4 touches
Open Bar Buffet
Sunday, February 2 Doors open 4:30pm
Call: Jerry 330.318.4179 or Nick 330.755.5296
--------------------------------------Drop in collection with payment as soon as possible
Make check payable to St. John’s Super Bowl
Name____________________________________
Phone #__________________________________
4 • CHRIST, THE GOOD SHEPHERD PARISH, CAMPBELL, OHIO
THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH:
Sunday, January 12:
10:15am St. Lucy Men’s Society social after Mass
4:30/5:00pm St. John Men’s Club meeting
Monday, January 13:
6:00 - 7:30pm
CCD classes Faith Formation Center
6:30pm Choir Rehearsal at St. Joseph
Tuesday, January 14:
6:00-7:30pm R.C. I. A. Faith Formation Center
ESTA SEMANA EN NUESTRA PARROQUIA
Domingo, 12 de Enero:
10:15am Social después de la misa por la
Sociedad de Hombres de St. Lucy
4:30/5:00pm Reunión del Club de Hombres de
St. John
Lunes, 13 de Enero:
6:00-7:30pm CCD en FFC
6:30pm Práctica del Coro en St. Joseph
Martes, 14 de Enero:
6:00-7:30pm RCIA en FFC
Wednesday, January 15:
10-12:00 Crochet Club at St. John’s
6:00pm St. Joseph the Provider Cultural Society
meeting.
Miércoles, 15 de Enero:
10:00am-12:00pm Club de Crochet en St. John
6:00pm Reunión de la Sociedad Cultural de St. Joseph
Thursday, January 16:
6:30pm Liturgy Committee meeting at St. Lucy
Jueves, 16 de Enero:
6:30pm Reunión del Comite de Liturgia en St. Lucy
Sunday, January 19:
Sta. Rosa Society social after 12:00 noon Mass
Domingo, 19 de Enero:
12:00pm Social despues de la misa por la
Sociedad de St. Rosa
“Giving Tree”
Thank You to everyone who participated in the
“Giving Tree.” Over 180 needy children and adults
received wonderful gifts. Thanks for your generosity
and support.
“Giving Tree”
Gracias a todos los que participaron en el “Giving
Tree”. Sobre 180 niños necesitados y adultos
recibieron fabulosos regalos. Gracias por su
generosidad y apoyo.
The Baptism of our Lord
“This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased”
In our Baptism, God shows us the same love and blessing
as he did for his Son, Jesus Christ. Because God loves us
so much he has a plan for each person that will lead us to
greatest happiness. If that plan is to live out your
baptismal commitment as a religious brother, sister, priest
or as deacon, then please contact
Fr. Christopher Luoni 330.744.8451 or
e-mail [email protected]
El Bautismo de Nuestro Señor
“Este es mi Hijo amado, en quien me he complacido” En
nuestro Bautismo, Dios nos enseña el mismo amor y
bendicion como lo hizo por su Hijo, Jesucristo. Porque
Dios nos ama tanto que tiene un plan para cada persona
que nos llevará a la felicidad más grande. Si ese plan es
de vivir su compromiso bautismal como un hermano
religioso o hermana religiosa, sacerdote o diácono, pues
entonces contacte a
Fr. Christopher Luoni 330.744.8451 o
E-mail [email protected]
World Day for Consecrated Life
World Day for Consecrated Life will be observed on
Sunday, February 2, 2014. The universal Church has
been celebrating World Day for Consecrated Life
since 1997. Bishop George Murry, S.J. invites our
diocesan church to celebrate the gift of Consecrated
Life with him and the religious of our Diocese on
Sunday, February 2, 2014 at St. Columba Cathedral at
the 10:30am liturgy. All are welcome. Please mark
your calendar
Día Mundial de la Vida Consagrada
El Día Mundial de la Vida Consagrada se observara el
Domingo, 2 de Febrero del 2014. La Iglesia universal ha
estado celebrando el Día Mundial de la Vida Consagrada
desde 1997. El Obispo George Murry, S.J. invita a
nuestra Iglesia diocesana para celebrar el don de la Vida
Consagrada con Él y las religiosas de nuestra Diócesis el
Domingo, 2 de Febrero del 2014 en St. Columbra
Catedral a las 10:30am en liturgia. Todos estan invitados.
BAPTISM OF OUR LORD - JANUARY 12, 2014 • 5
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE
When Jesus was baptized, the heavens opened and a
voice said “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am
well pleased”. Do we recognize our unity with Jesus
Christ in our baptism? Are we willing to fulfill the
promises of our baptism to become the beloved sons and
daughters of the heavenly Father, by serving him and our
brothers and sisters?
PARISH SACRIFICAL GIVING FOR 12/29:
WEEKLY INCOME $7,238.00
MONTHLY INCOME DECEMBER $64,106.00
MONTHLY EXPENSE DECEMBER $70,153.00
ADDITIONAL:
Children: $22.00
Main/Utilities: $25.00
2nd Collection: 415.00 Parish Ministries & Charities
CHRISTMAS INCOME: $25,329.00
Children: $147.00
MASS ATTENDANCE FOR 12/29: 590
Christmas Eve: 1,080 Christmas Day: 172
New Year’s Eve: 92 New Year’s Day: 104
The magi from the east followed the star until it stopped
over the house. They entered, found the child, and did
him homage. Like the magi, are we willing to journey to
the Lord, offering our gifts of time, talent and treasure,
all to his glory?
PARISH SACRIFICAL GIVING FOR 1/5:
WEEKLY INCOME $8,293.00
ADDITIONAL:
Children: $11.00
Main/Utilities: $288.00
2nd Collection: $363.00 Keep the Kids Warm
Christmas $1,785.00
New Year’s $1,878.00
MASS ATTENDANCE FOR 1/5: 541
Thank you for your faithful offerings to your parish.
Your prayers are requested for the health and
well-being of the following parishioners:
Msgr.Cyril
Adamko
Scott Anderson
Mary
Bartholomew
Joseph E. Bartos
Tommy Bayus
Nadine Bednarik
Julia Beltz
Mike Berardino
Jim Bigley
Lori Bodnar
Pat Bozichovich
Ted Braccolino
Dorothy Buccieri
Mary Bukofchan
Kenneth
Bukowski
Danny Bullen
Hannah Carnahan
Angela Carano
Joseph & Ellen
Cassata
Esther Class
Patti Centofanti
Frances DelRae
Ana Diaz
Mary Dirienzo
Mary Lou Dubaj
Marie Dulovich
Christine Falasca
Bernie Flowers
Patti Fiffick
William Galluppi
Bob Gatti
Jackie Gawron
John Gerlick
James Gotch
Frances Gregor
Iraklis Grillis
Rosa Gonzalez
Crispin Gonzalez
Theresa Guerrieri
Lucy Hames
John Hames
John Hamley
Anne Hornak
Margaret Horvath
Ann Hudak
Marcella
Innocenzi
Helen Janecko
Elizabeth Jean
Kana
George Kindinis
Mary Kominak
Angelina Koval
Kevina Koval
Betty Kusky
Tony Landis
Joan Larriccia
John Lissi
Joe Makosky
Hannah Marsh
Kay & Joe
Marshall
Helen Mazias
Mary Mazzocca
Joe Mazzocca, Sr.
Leo Miranda
Josephine Misko
Joe Montella
Barbara Montella
Marge Mraz
Ann Novacich
John Orlo
Tom Orlo
George Ostrowski
Dave Parsons
Brian Pascarella
Antionette Pennel
Walter Perez
Anna Polkabla
Fr. Steve
Popovich
Dolly Rich
Ann Rivalsky
Lois Rivalsky
Carmen Rivera
Tootsie Rivera
Bibiano
Rodriguez
Dorene Roloff
Paul Romeo
John Rozum
Andrea Ruscitti
Gina Sacco
Linda Schulte
Helen Seman
Marina Serrano
Betty Serroka
David Shaffer
Denise Sharshan
Jon Shabella
Mike Simboli
Diane Stamos
Steve Stamos
Betty Ann Glass
Smith
Shirley Szilagy
Dave Tabor
Jim Tabor
Chip Taylor
Fr. Paul Tobin
Mary Ann
Trimboli
Natalia Trimboli
Priscilla Turscak
Mary Uhrain
Ed Uhrain
Agnes Uhrin
Diane Varady
Crissi Vallus
Suzanne Morales
Vetter
Helen Wacht
Edward Wacht
Paul White, Sr.
Patty Zbell
Fr. Howard
Ziemba
John Zuraw Sr.
Rudy Zura
Also, please pray for our parishioners in nursing homes.
6• CHRIST, THE GOOD SHEPHERD PARISH, CAMPBELL, OHIO
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
++ PRAY WITH THE SCRIPTURES ++
Readings for the week of January 12:
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Isaiah speaks of the Servant whom the
LORD upholds; he shall bring forth justice to the nations
(Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7).
Psalm — The Lord will bless his people with peace
(Psalm 29).
Second Reading — Jesus was anointed by God with the
Holy Spirit; he went out healing and doing good
(Acts 10:34-38).
Gospel — A voice comes from heaven proclaiming Jesus
as the beloved Son, with whom God is well pleased
(Matthew 3:13-17).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:1 Samuel 1:1-8; Psalm 116; Mark 1:14-20
Tuesday:1 Samuel 1:9-20; 1 Samuel 2; Mark 1:21-28
Wednesday:1 Samuel 3:1-10, 19-20; Psalm 40;
Mark 1:29-39
Thursday:1 Samuel 4:1-11; Psalm 44; Mark 1:40-45
Friday:1 Samuel 8:4-7, 10-22a; Psalm 89; Mark 2:1-12
Saturday:1 Samuel 9:1-4, 17-19; 10:1a; Psalm 21;
Mark 2:13-17
Sunday: Isaiah 49:3, 5-6; Psalm 40; 1 Corinthians 1:1-3;
John 1:29-34
Children’s Envelopes
There has been a delay in the delivery of children’s
envelopes. They should arrive by the end of
January. In the meantime you can use a regular
white envelope and mark it children’s envelope with
their number.
Please pay for your Memorial Association Mass
Intentions as soon as possible. After January 31 if
you have not paid for your intention your name will
be omitted.
Through the centuries, artists and craftspeople have
depicted Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan River by John. At
first in mosaics and frescoes, and later in tapestries,
stained glass, and paintings, the scene is familiar. Jesus
is standing waist-high in flowing water. Above him,
standing on dry land, John the Baptist pours water over
Jesus. The first artists to depict this were sketching
from memory. This is exactly how most people were
baptized in the early days: as adults, standing or
kneeling in the water, with water poured over their
heads.
This method of baptizing, called immersion, is the
favored way today. An adult enters a font, or an infant
is lowered a bit into the water supported by a parent’s
hand, and water is poured or splashed over them. The
treasures of baptistry art attest that submersion, or
plunging beneath the water’s surface, is not really in
our tradition, and that “infusion,” the mere pouring of a
few drops of water, yields too narrow an understanding
of what it means to be plunged into Christ’s life. Jesus
Christ has gone before us into the water, and waits for
us there with abundant gifts. No wonder the tradition
calls for abundant symbols!
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Al escribir Tradiciones de nuestra fe me he
encontrado con muchas fiestas patronales en España,
Latinoamérica y Estados Unidos de América. Muchas
de ellas mantienen su carácter religioso mientras que
otras son simplemente una excusa para festejar, mejorar
la economía local o hacer política, pero no por estas
razones deben ser descartadas.
Tomemos, por ejemplo, la fiesta de san Sebastián
de las Ovejas en la frontera entre Argentina y Chile.
Esta fiesta es más vieja que ambas naciones y su
peregrinación pisa los dos suelos. A lo largo del tiempo,
esta fiesta ha sufrido por razones políticas entre ambas
naciones, pero a partir de 1980 las autoridades
eclesiásticas, civiles y gubernamentales han intentado
revitalizar esta fiesta por varios motivos.
Las autoridades eclesiásticas la usan para renovar el
cristianismo añadiendo las enseñanzas y prácticas del
Concilio Vaticano II a las tradiciones antiguas. Las
autoridades civiles la utilizan para incrementar el
comercio y el turismo en la región. Los gobiernos de
Chile y Argentina la ven como un enlace benéfico entre
ambas naciones.
Las fiestas patronales buscan integrar todos los
aspectos del ser humano, su política, economía, cultura,
celebración y religión.
BAPTISM OF OUR LORD - JANUARY 12, 2014 • 7
The Roman Catholic Churches of Campbell, Ohio
The Roman Catholic Churches of Campbell, Ohio
Parish Staff
Personal de la Parroquia Rev. Shawn Conoboy
Pastor
Rev. Paul Tobin
Sacerdote Retirado
Diaconos Permanentes:
Ronald J. Bunofsky y John Rentas
Rev. Shawn Conoboy
Rev. Paul Tobin
Permanent Deacons:
Ronald J. Bunofsky and John Rentas
Ms. Marge O’Malley
Mrs. Mary Gonzalez
Mrs. Jackie Orozco
Pastor
Retired
Dir. Religious Education
Pastoral Minister
Youth Minister Coordinator
Celebrating the Sacraments
Baptism: For newborns and little children, baptism is typically
celebrated during or immediately following Mass on the
weekends. Parents (and Godparents) must be registered in
their parish and must attend a baptism preparation class. Call
the parish office for more details on registering for the class
and scheduling baptism.
Eucharist (see Mass Schedule): Children who have
completed their preparation usually receive First Communion
in the second grade. Also, we bring Communion to the sick,
the homebound, and the elderly in their homes when
requested.
Confirmation: Celebrated annually with the bishop for
Catholics in the eighth grade (or older) who have completed
the preparation program. [Adults receive the above three
Sacraments by participating in the R.C.I.A. process—see
below.]
Reconciliation (Confession):(By appointment with a priest).
Or individually on Saturdays at 3:00 p.m. at the church where
the Saturday, Vigil Mass is scheduled. Communal celebrations
are scheduled during Advent and Lent each year.
Anointing of the Sick: Contact the office to arrange for a
priest to visit those who are sick (at home or in the hospital)
and who want to be anointed.
Holy Orders: Contact a priest (or the Vocations Director of
the Diocese) for information on becoming a priest or deacon.
Matrimony (Marriage): Engaged couples must make
arrangements with the parish six months in advance before a
date is set. Couples must be registered in the parish, and must
participate in the marriage preparation classes. Call the office
for more details.
Religious Education
C.C.D.: To register your child for C.C.D. classes call Marge
O’Malley at parish office (330) 755-4141.
R.C.I.A. (Rite of Christian Initiation For Adults):
We encourage adults or older children interested in converting
to or learning more about the Catholic Faith to attend R.C.I.A.
Call the parish office for details.
Ms. Marge O’Malley
Mrs. Mary Gonzalez
Dir. de Educación Religiosa
Ministro Pastoral
Mrs. Jackie Orozco Coordinador del Ministerio Juvenil
Celebrando los Sacramentos
Bautismo: Para recien nacidos y niños, bautismo es
tipicamente celebrado durante o inmediatamente despues de
la misa del fin de semana. Los padres y padrinos tienen que
registrarse en sus parroquias y tienen que asistir las clases de
preparación de bautismo. Favor llame la oficina de su parroquia
para más detalles de como registrarse para las clases y separar
la fecha del bautismo.
Eucaristia (ver el horario de la misa): Los niños que han
completado su preparación, usualmente reciben la Primera
Comunión en Segundo grado. Tambien, llevamos la comunión
a los enfermos y los ancianos que no pueden salir de su hogar ,
cuando sea pedida.
Confirmación: Se celebra anualmente con el Obispo para niños
de Octavo grado (o mayores) quienes han completado el
programa de preparación. (Los adultos reciben los tres
sacramentos arriba mencionados participando en el proceso de
R.I.C.A.– vea a continuación).
Reconciliación (Confesiones): Por cita o Individualmente
los sabados a las 3:00 pm. en la Iglesia que tenga la misa del
Sabado. Celebraciones comunales están programadas en el
tiempo de Adviento y Cuaresma cada año.
Unción de los Enfermos: Póngase en contacto con la oficina
para hacer arreglos para que un sacerdote vaya a visitor a la
persona que esta enferma (en la casa o el hospital) y quien
desea ser ungido.
Orden Sagradas: Contacte a un sacerdote (o el Dir. de
Vocaciones de la Diocesis) para información de como llegar a
ser un sacerdote o diacono.
Matrimonio: Parejas comprometidas tienen que hacer
arreglos con la parroquia 6 meses antes de la fecha escogida.
Las parejas tienen que estar registradas en la parroquia, y
tienen que participar de las clases de preparación de
matrimorio. Favor llamar la oficina para más detalles.
Educación Religiosa
C.C.D.: Para registrar a su niño para las clases de CCD favor llamar
a Marge O’Malley at (330)755-4141or (330) 755-3633.
R.I.C.A. (Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para Adultos):
Invitamos a adultos o niños mayores interesados en aprender
más acerca de nuestra fe Católica o recibir los sacramentos,
favor llamar la oficina para más detalles.
When that sad moment touches your door
Cuando ese momento triste toque sus puertas
(330) 921-5014 Cell
(330) 750-1721 Res.
(330) 750-1724 Fax
CARMEN L. GARCIA
Marketing Specialist
The Wasko Family
330-757-8855 - Office
La Familia Wasko
We will be there with you in your pain.
Estaremos para acompañarlos en su dolor
87 W. McKinley Way-Rt.224
Poland, Ohio 44514
JOSEPH M.
BARAK
Specializing in:
Diabetic, Geriatric,
Pediatric Foot Care,
Trauma and
Wound Care,
Foot and
Ankle Surgery
Robert J. Wasko
Jacquelyn Wasko-Shaw
216 Coitsville Rd., Campbell, Ohio
330/747-5257
Jeffrey Opencar
1-800-STEEMER
(1-800-783-3637)
CARPET CLEANING
CERAMIC TILE CLEANING
HARDWOOD CLEANING
AND NEW FLOORING SALES
CALL 24/7
EMERGENCY WATER DAMAGES
Se Habla Español - Nancy Crespo Laboy
Casa: 330/755-9516
LONG TERM CARE in a
Home-Like Surrounding
Phillip Panno, LNHA
Terri Guidici, DON
400 Sexton St.
Struthers, OH
Ph. (330) 755-1466 FAX (330) 755-1463
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Mark L. Rosa, Inc.
330-518-0289
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
CWS, FACCWS
819 McCartney Rd., Ste 3
Campbell, OH 44405
330-286-0462
Commercial – Residential
State #45677 Habla Español
Bonded & Insured
Email: [email protected]
Windsor House at Omni
Skilled Nursing Care — Rehabilitation — Assisted Living
Conveniently located off I-680 & Meridian Rd. Come Sail Away on a 7-night Catholic Exotic Cruise
330-793-5648
starting as low as $1175 per couple. Daily Mass and
Rosary offered. Deposit of only $100 per person
will reserve your cabin.
MARK J. KOLMACIC
ATTORNEY AT LAW
26 Market Street
Youngstown, OH 44503
330-746-6591
PRACTICE AREAS
Space is limited. Thanks and God Bless,
Brian or Sally, coordinators 860.399.1785
• Bankruptcy • Business Law • Collections • Criminal Law • Divorce • Elder Law • Estate Planning
• Family Law • General Civil • Juvenile Law • Personal Injury • Real Estate Law
ID No. 12329
Gary Gulu - Owner, Parishioner
1295 Crescent Street, Youngstown, OH 44502
Ph. 330 743 6510
Fax 330 743 6478
24-Hour Service
(After Hours Call)
330 506 6043
Kirila Funeral Home, Inc.
Dedicated to Caring Since 1952
Michael J. Kirila, Jr.
Anthony J. Quahliero, Jr.
Owner / Funeral Director
Manager / Funeral Director
258 Poland Avenue
Struthers, Ohio 44471
(330) 750-1321 • www.Kirilafh.com
Campbell
Pharmacy
(COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION SERVICES)
State I.D. #11658
Two Locations
in the U.S.
phone 330-782-8035
fax 330-782-8098
1144 E. Midlothian Blvd.
Youngstown, Ohio 44502-2839
www.clayton-heating.com
3649 Canfield Rd.
Coal Creek Plaza (Cornersburg)
Canfield, Ohio 44406
135 Twelfth Street
Campbell, OH 44405
Phone: (330) 755-5221
Northeast Ohio’s BEST
Diamond Value
www.komarajewelers.com
330.793.9048
5200 E Market St., Suite 4
The Market Place
Howland, Ohio 44484
330.609.5211
“AN ADVENTURE IN SHOPPING”
FOR • HOME • FARM • SHOP • RECREATION
875 Mahoning Ave., Exit 5 on 680
Flea Market Bargains Without the Fleas
.
CLOSEOUT BARGAINS
330-746-2969
RULLI BROS.
MARKETS
Quality Since 1917
Kirk & Raccoon Rds.,
510115 Christ the Good Shepherd Parish
www.jspaluch.com
Austintown
(330) 799.3477
South Ave. & Maple
(330) 726.0777
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-945-6629

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