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Parish STAFF - St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church
Parish STAFF
Director of Religious Education
SCHEDULE OF MASSES
SACRAMENTS
4:30pm (Italian), 5:45pm
7:45am, 9:00am, 10:30am (Spanish), 12:00 Noon
PRAYER AND DEVOTION
Monday — Saturday, 8:45am, CC
Mondays Ch
Choir Practice
Wednesdays 7:30 CH
Third Friday, 7:00pm, ICC
Bible Study Group
Monday 7:00 p.m. HFR
Catequesis Familiar
Guadalupanos
Curso Biblico/Misioneros
Oración Carismática
Cursillistas
Jornadistas
Sunday, 9:00a.m, MRH
Tuesday, 8:00pm, HFR
Thursday, 7:00pm, HFR
Friday, 7:00pm, CC
Wednesday, 8:p.m., HFR
Sunday, 1:00pm, ICC
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
After 12:00 Mass until 4:00pm.
(CC, Convent Chapel; Ch, Church; MRM, Msgr. Ryan Hall;
H.F.R.: Holy Family Room; ICC Immaculate Conception
OFFICE of RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
28-47 43 Street, Astoria, NY 11103
Phone: (718) 278-1611
E-mail: [email protected]
PARISH REGISTRATION
Sunday, August 21: Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary
Time
Vigil Masses (Saturday):
4:30
Franco Giuliano
5:45
Salvatore Chiaramonte
Masses of the Day:
7:45
Giuseppina Cinquemani & Filomena Cinqemani
9:00
Alberto & Francesco Russo, Mary Battaglia
Anna Cinqemani, Libro Petrella
10:30 Teresa Caranza & Teresa Medina
12:00 Luigi Fusco
7:00pm Mass Available
Monday, August 22: The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary
9:00 Albert Harrison
12:00 John & Dorothy Barchak
Tuesday, August 23: St. Rose of Lima
9:00
Deceased Members of Massalin Family
12:00 Michael Cronan
Wednesday, August 24: St. Bartholomew
9:00
Luigi Scopaz, Mary Battaglia, Mario Giaimo
12:00 Mark Phillip Viau
7:30
Accion de Gracias Virgen del Cisne
Aurelio Solis Pronta Recuperacion
Thursday, August 25: St. Louis of France; St. Joseph
Calasanz
9:00
Assunta & Raffaele Mastrogiacomo
12:00
Mile Lipovac
Friday, August 26:
9:00
Bolivar Ramos
12:00 Nuna Saba
Saturday, August 27: St. Monica
9:00
John Cotov
Sunday, August 28: Twenty-second Sunday
Ordinary Time
Vigil Masses (Saturday):
4:30
Adriana Minuldo (1st Anniversary)
5:45
Gennaro DiMicco & Giuliana Boudouvas
Masses of the Day:
7:45
Anna M. & Leo Cinquemani
9:00
Mary Battaglia, Ida Del Greco,
James & Christina Grech
10:30 Flavio Mendez & Ines Mendez
12:00 Frank DiRico
7:00pm Mass Available
Twenty-first Sunday
in Ordinary Time
August 21, 2016
Strengthen your drooping hands and your weak knees.
Make straight paths for your feet, that what is lame may
not be disjointed but healed.
— Hebrews 12:12-13
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Jubilee Year of Mercy
This Jubilee Year of
Mercy and Pope Francis’
ministry have renewed our
understanding
that
the
Church’s heart is open wide
to all, and the heart of the
gospel is God’s mercy.
Flooded with God’s mercy,
our hearts should overflow
as channels bringing to
wounded and weary hearts
Jesus’ healing mercy. For
Jesus warns, our own
salvation is not guaranteed
by the Liturgy of the Word (“you taught in our streets”)
nor by the Eucharist (“we ate and drank in your
company”) (Luke 13:26). People far from that banquet,
“from the east and the west and from the north and the
south . . . will recline at table in the kingdom of
God” (13:29). Rather, showing mercy is key to obtaining
mercy ourselves (Matthew 5:7). So we should never dare
ask what “someone” asked Jesus, “Lord, will only a few
people be saved?” (Luke 13:23). The crucial question is
“Will I be saved?” And Jesus’ answer is another question:
“Have you shown mercy to everyone, freely, gladly, no
limits, no conditions, no exceptions?”
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
in
2 Thes 1:1-5, 11-12; Ps 96:1-5;
Mt 23:13-22
Tuesday:
2 Thes 2:1-3a, 14-17; Ps 96:10-13;
Mt 23:23-26
Wednesday: Rv 21:9b-14; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18;
Jn 1:45-51
Thursday: 1 Cor 1:1-9; Ps 145:2-7; Mt 24:42-51
Friday:
1 Cor 1:17-25; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 10-11;
Mt 25:1-13
Saturday: 1 Cor 1:26-31; Ps 33:12-13, 18-21;
Mt 25:14-30
Sunday:
Sir 3:17-18, 20, 28-29; Ps 68:4-7, 10-11;
Heb 12:18-19, 22-24a; Lk 14:1, 7-14
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S[n]tu[ry L[mp for the week of August
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PRAYER INTENTIONS
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James Murphy, Vivian Ramirez, Marilyn Albani, Chiara
Cumella, Jane Vassil, Chris Giambrone, Salvatore
Ranieri, Bernard Pietramonaco,Bishop Octavio Cisneros
Those Who Have Entered into Eternal Life
Giuseppe Gimigliano, Michelina Curatolo, Angelina
Corrado, Giusy Bandello, Col. Joseph Kling Weiland,
Ivanka Lekic, & Thomas Scigliano
22-26 will burn in memory of: Kenny DiLauro
Requested by: Mr. Mrs. Joe Di Pietro
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New Sunday Evening Mass
There will be an additional Sunday Mass at 7:00 p.m.
This will be a ‘pilot/trial’ to see if an additional Mass
is warranted, If you would like to reserved that Mass
please stop by the church office.
SUMMER MOVIE NIGHT SERIES
Our 2016 Summer Movie Night series are
back. Our BBQ will begin at 7:00pm in the
Schoolyard. The next film of the summer
is:
NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF
THE TOMB; Movie will begin at sundown,
If inclement weather Movie night will be canceled, so
movie will be presented on the following week.
Admission is free, food and refreshments will be
available for purchase throughout the entire evening.
The schedule of films will be posted on the church fence
and in the bulletin each week. We look forward to our
parishioners to come and join us for a fun-filled night.
Please feel free to also bring your own beach chair for
your comfort.
Parish Festival in Honor of
St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina
We are happy to announce our
Annual Parish Festival in honor of St.
Pio of Pietrelcina to be held Thursday
through Sunday, September 22-25.
As you may know from years past,
our annual festival is the largest
parish event of the year, bringing
young and old alike together from our
parish and local community for
several days of food, bingo, pasta
night, Oktoberfest, BBK, music, raffles, prizes, and fun!
Our festival is also our largest parish fundraiser of the
year, which helps, in part, to address the many needs of
our Church. We rely greatly on the generosity of our
parishioners, who donate their time, talents, and treasure
to our feast each year. Stay tuned for more info!!
WE NEED YOUR DONATIONS!!
WE NEED BOTTLES!!
We need any item that comes in a bottle . . . soda/juice,
bottled water, shampoo, mouthwash, ketchup, dish soap,
wine, liquor, and cordials . . rum, whiskey, scotch,
tequila, vodka, gin . . anything in a bottle!!
WE ALSO NEED RAFFLE ITEMS!!
Adventure,Comedy,Family PG
98 minutes
When the magic that brings the exhibits to life
begins to fade, Larry (Ben Stiller) rallies his historical
friends for a trip to London and the adventure of a
lifetime. Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Ricky Gervais,
and Rebel Wilson co-star.
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Food Pantry
Our Food Pantry is open every Thursday from 8:00-9:30
am, to assist any parishioner that is need of
food. To register please bring a form of
identification. If you would like to donate
nonperishable items, including canned
foods, pasta, rice etc., please drop the items
in specially-marked containers in the Church
vestibules.
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Generations of Faith Message
Thank you all for your generous Generations of Faith
pledges!, Please remember to make your payments
payable to the Catholic Foundation. We can not accept
payments at the Parish Office. Please mail your
payments to:
Catholic Foundation For Brooklyn & Queens
Generations of Faith Campaign Office
PO Box 7356
Berlin, CT 06037
Jewelry, Video Games, Wine Glasses, Stereo Video
Camera,
Bicycles/Scooters,
Antiques,
Perfume,
Television, Exercise Equipment, Concert Tickets,
Collectibles, Sports Memorabilia, Sporting Tickets,
Candles Crystal, Airline Tickets.
GIFT CERTIFICATES
GIFT BASKETS
Restaurants
Department Stores
Grocery Stores
Boutiques
Movie Theater
Hair Salons
Video Stores
Floral Shops
Gourmet/Coffee
Kitchen Items
Car Care
Cosmetic/Bath Care
Garden/Outdoors
Men’s Items/Tools
Photo Albums/Frames
Italian Pasta & Sauce Dinner
ALL ITEMS MAY BE DROPPED OFF AT
THE PARISH OFFICE
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Annual Grand Prize Raffle
Grand Prize: $2,000
2nd Prize $1,000
3rd Prize $500
Drawing Will Be Held on November 24th, 2016 the
day of Thanksgiving, Do not Have to Be Present to
Win / Donation - $25. Tickets available at the parish
rectory.
Consider giving your child the gift of a Catholic education at
St. Joseph Catholic Academy
OPEN FOR REGISTRATION (Nursery to Eighth Grade)
The Weeks of August 22 and 29
For more information, visit us at www.sjcalic.org
NURSERY. PRE-K FOR ALL,
KINDERGARTEN, GRADES 1 to 8
EXPERIENCED, DEDICATED , CARING
FACULTY AND STAFF
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION, GOSPEL VALUES AND
OPPORTUNITIES FOR SERVICE
NYS STANDARDS AND COMMON CORE CURRICULUM
ELA, MATH, SCIENCE,
SOCIAL STUDIES
HANDS-ON SCIENCE LAB PERIOD FOR GRADES 1 to 8
IN ADDITION TO SPECIAL CLASSES IN PHYS. ED., ART,
MUSIC, OFFERINGS in YOGA and time in the OUTDOOR
PLAY AREA and GROSS
MOTOR SKILLS ROOM
RESIDENCIES IN THEATRE AND DANCE
EXTENDED DAY PROGRAMS: Morning at 7:15 a.m. and
afternoon from dismissal to 5:45 p.m.
FULL-TIME DOH NURSE;
FULL-TIME GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
SPANISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM and
INTRODUCING MANDARIN
PART OF ST. JOSEPH’S BIG BROTHER AND BIG SISTER
PROGRAM FOR SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
WIRELESS INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY/SMARTBOARDS,
iPADS, E-BOOKS
REGENTS CLASSES IN SCIENCE AND MATH AT MSGR
McCLANCY HS FOR 8th GRADERS WHO QUALIFY
CHORUS, BAND AND SUZUKI VIOLIN
BECOME A PART OF A 134-YEAR
TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION IN THE
ASTORIA AND LONG ISLAND CITY COMMUNITIES
GIVE YOUR CHILD THE GIFT OF
A CATHOLIC EDUCATION
ST.JOSEPH CATHOLIC ACADEMY 2846 44 STREET LIC
(718)728-0724 [email protected]
Vigésimo Primer Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
21 de agosto de 2016
Robustezcan sus manos cansadas y sus rodillas vacilantes;
caminen por un camino plano, para que el cojo ya no se
tropiece, sino más bien se alivie.
— Hebreos 12:12-13
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Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
Este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia y el ministerio del
Papa Francisco vienen renovando nuestro entendimiento de que
el corazón de la Iglesia está abierto para todas las personas y, el
corazón del Evangelio es la misericordia de Dios. Inundados
con la misericordia de Dios, nuestros corazones deben
desbordarse como arroyos llevando a las personas cansadas y
heridas la misericordia consoladora de Jesús. Ya que Jesús
señala que nuestra salvación no está garantizada por la Liturgia
de la Palabra (“tú has enseñado en nuestras plazas”) ni por la
Eucaristía (“Hemos comido y bebido contigo”) (Lucas 13:26).
Habrá personas lejos de ese banquete “del oriente y del
poniente, del norte y del sur . . . participarán en el banquete del
Reino de Dios” (13:29). Por el contrario, mostrar misericordia
es la clave para obtener misericordia nosotros mismos (Mateo
5:7). Para que nunca debamos atrevernos a preguntar lo que
“alguien” le preguntó a Jesús: “Señor, ¿es verdad que son
pocos los que se salvan?” (Lucas 13:23). La pregunta debiera
ser: “¿Yo me salvaré?” Y la respuesta de Jesús sería otra
pregunta: “¿Has sido misericordioso con tu prójimo, de manera
libre, con alegría, sin límites, sin condiciones, sin
excepciones?”
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EL COSTO DE SER DISCÍPULO
El Salmo responsorial de hoy, Salmo 40 (39), nos es muy
familiar por el refrán “Señor, date prisa en socorrerme”. La
historia de Jeremías hoy y el refrán “¡Señor, date prisa en
socorrerme!” nos recuerda que siempre hay dos caminos para
seguir el llamado de Dios. El autor de la Carta a los Hebreos
también lo sabía. Él recordaba a sus lectores que aunque nos
agobien desgracias y pecados, podemos todavía perseverar si
mantenemos nuestros ojos fijos en Jesús, quien también
conoció la vergüenza y el dolor de la cruz, pero vio más allá
del sufrimiento, el gozo de sentarse a la derecha del trono de
Dios. Jesús mismo dio a sus discípulos una “idea” de un
bautismo que no sería tan maravilloso como el del Jordán que
inauguró su ministerio, sino de fuego y angustia. Las palabras de
la Sagrada Escritura hoy pueden no ser terriblemente
apaciguadoras, pero en su honestidad y fortaleza podemos
reconocer las dificultades que el discípulo enfrenta a diario, y
consolarnos por la seguridad de nuestra salvación en Cristo.
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TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
El otro día leí un artículo escrito por un pastor bautista sobre la
necesidad de tener un altar en casa para educar a nuestros hijos
en la fe y la oración. Lo leí con interés ya que el uso del
altarcito tiene una larga historia en la Iglesia católica. En casa
de mis abuelos paternos, en México, había un bello altarcito en
forma de pirámide que contenía flores, velas y figuras de Jesús,
María y algunos santos. Además de esto estaban también
algunos instrumentos de oración como el rosario, la Biblia y
algún otro libro de oración. También en casa de mi abuela
materna, en Texas, había un rinconcito sagrado. Muchos latinos
tenemos altarcitos familiares. Algunos son verdaderos altares
como el de mi abuela, Mamá Lilia. Otros son rincones
especiales como el de Mamá María, con alguna imagen y libro
de oración y fotografías de nuestros parientes. A fin de cuentas
no importa ni su tamaño ni su forma. Importa su existencia y
sobre todo su uso para recordarnos de la presencia e
importancia de Dios en nuestros hogares y familias.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
If you are an adult who is not baptized and who is
seeking information about the Catholic Church, you are
invited to:
"COME & SEE."
RCIA is the process for you.
If you are a baptized non-Catholic adult seeking
information about the Catholic Church, you are invited to
"COME & SEE."
RCIA is the process for you.
Update on Parish Weekly
Collection
This week collections were as follows:
August 14, 2016
1st Collection: ..………………………………….. $ 4,237
Second Collection– Religious Education ………. $1,010
Total Collection Amount: ………….………. $ 5,247
Below is a pie graph showing the breakdown of our
weekly collection.
If you are a baptized Catholic who is seeking to
complete initiation into the Catholic Church through the
Sacraments of Confirmation and/or Eucharist you are
invited to "COME & SEE."
RCIA is the process for you.
If you have been married civilly, but not yet in the
Catholic Church and are interested to receive the
Sacrament of Matrimony
Please call the Parish Rectory to make an appointment
for an interview with
Rev. Vincent Miceli, Pastor or
Rev. Cesar Pena, Parochial Vicar.
Classes will start in October
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Welcome to Our Parish
Sunday Religion Classes starting with the 9:00 a.m.
Mass, then coming over to School for Religion Class.
Children should come to Religion each year to learn
more about God and their Catholic Identity.
New Registrations must bring a copy of the child’s birth
and Baptismal Certificates.
Classes will start on September 25, 2016
Grades 1 - High School
For Further information call at 718-278-1611 Ext. 1018
Fax: 718 -956 3589
E mail: [email protected]
Mrs. Loretta Rosas, Director of Faith Formation
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Matriculas Abiertas para religión
Las matriculas para las clases de religión de los niños y
jóvenes de nuestra parroquia ya están abiertas.
Por favor recuerde que las clases empiezan atendiendo a
la misa dominical de las 9:00 a.m. y luego continua en la
escuela desde las 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. Todos los niños
matriculados deben asistir a la misa dominical cada
semana.
Grades 1 – 8 & High School
*Para aplicaciones nuevas por favor traer una copia del
acta de nacimiento y una copia del certificado de
bautizo.
Please mark one:
 Please register me and, yes, send me envelopes.
 Please contact me about becoming a Catholic or
completing my initiation as a Catholic through the
Sacraments of Holy Communion and Confirmation.
 Please contact me about Religion Education for my
child.
 Please contact me about how I can volunteer.
Name:______________________________
Date of Birth : ________________________
Address:_____________________________
Apt. #________ City:__________________
State:__________ Zip code_______________
Phone:_______________________________
E-mail:______________________________
Please fill out this form, and deposit in the basket
collection or in the Parish Rectory office, or e-mail
[email protected]
INFORMATION SHEET
CHURCH NAME & ADDRESS:
St. Joseph #453100
CONTACT PERSON:
Silvia
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