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- 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 28: Twenty-second Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Vigil Masses (Saturday):
4:30 Adriana Minuldo
5:45
Gennaro DiMicco
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 Anne & Bill Byrne, Janet Alfano
Monday, August 29: The Passion of St. John the
Baptist
9:00 Rachela Galante
12:00 Giuseppe Gimigliano
Tuesday, August 30
9:00 Tonny Raspanti, Mateo & Jenny Calabro
12:00 Dec. Members of Townsend & Siscaretti Fam.
Wednesday, August 31
9:00
David Mignano, Mary Battaglia (Health)
12:00 Tonny Raspanti, Jenny Mateo & Gigetta Calabro
7:30
Alicia Lopez & Candolario Torres
Acción de Gracias de Limongi Elizabeth
Thursday, September 1:
9:00 Loreto DeLuca
12:00 Salvatore Ottomanelli
Friday, September 2: (First Friday)
9:00
Emilia & Umberto Naccarato
12:00 Gus Zgombic
Saturday, September 3: St. Gregory the Great; First
Saturday
9:00
Purgatorial Society
Sunday, September 4: Twenty-third Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Vigil Masses (Saturday):
4:30
Branca & Tiseo Families
5:45
Rose Tiseo
Masses of the Day:
7:45
Marian Gallagher
9:00
Yolanda Garcia
10:30 Modesta Ortiz & Fernado Galicia
12:00 Albert Matusch
7:00pm Anne Beswick
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PRAYER INTENTIONS
T S
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Tania Tanavic, Katherine Finn, James Murphy, Vivian
Ramirez, Marilyn Albani, Chiara Cumella, Jane Vassil,
Chris Giambrone, Salvatore Ranieri, Bishop Octavio
Cisneros
Those Who Have Entered into Eternal Life
Alfred Ruhland, Giuseppe Gimigliano, Michelina
Curatolo, Angelina Corrado & Giusy Bandello.
Twenty-second Sunday in
Ordinary Time
August 28, 2016
You have approached Mount Zion and the city of the
living God.
— Hebrews 12:22a
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Jubilee Year of Mercy
“Alms
atone
for
sins” (Sirach 2:29). Alms are
mercy translated into hands-on
compassion. Jesus confirms
Sirach’s wisdom, “Blessed are
the merciful, for they will be
shown mercy” (Matthew 5:7).
“Conduct your affairs with
humility”
(Sirach
3:17).
Humility: we’re all alike and special, for we’re
children of God. Jesus confirms that wisdom, too:
“Do not recline at table in the place of honor. Take
the lowest place” (Luke 14:8, 10). In fact, “When
you hold a lunch or a dinner, do not invite friends,
relatives, wealthy neighbors. Invite the poor,
crippled, lame, blind,” physically or figuratively,
society’s most vulnerable and marginalized, “who
cannot repay you” (see 14:12–14). Jesus seems to be
telling us to prepare for eternity with God’s chosen
by becoming their friend here and now. Mercy is
measured not by our delight in welcoming those we
like most or who can repay us best, but by sincerely
embracing those we like least, who cannot repay us
at all. Utter humility inspires pure mercy; pure mercy
leads to eternal joy.
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
1 Cor 2:1-5; Ps 119:97-102; Mk 6:17-29
Tuesday:
1 Cor 2:10b-16; Ps 145:8-14; Lk 4:31-37
Wednesday: 1 Cor 3:1-9; Ps 33:12-15, 20-21;
Lk 4:38-44
Thursday: 1 Cor 3:18-23; Ps 24:1bc-4ab, 5-6;
Lk 5:1-11
Friday:
1 Cor 4:1-5; Ps 37:3-6, 27-28, 39-40;
Lk 5:33-39
Saturday: 1 Cor 4:6b-15; Ps 145:17-21; Lk 6:1-5
Sunday:
Wis 9:13-18b; Ps 90:3-6, 12-17;
Phlm 9-10, 12-17; Lk 14:25-33
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S[n]tu[ry L[mp for the week from
August 29—September 2, 2016 will burn in
memory of: Giordano Vlacich.
Requested by: Vlacich Family
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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: MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 2:
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!!
PG-13
2016 ‧ Romance/Comedy ‧ 1h 34m
Parenting and marriage is becoming tougher and tougher for
Toula (Nia Vardalos) and her husband Ian. Not only has their
relationship lost some of its spark, but they're also dealing
with a rebellious teenage daughter who clashes with Greek
traditions. On top of that, Toula must contend with aging
parents and the endless needs of cousins and friends. When a
shocking family secret comes to light, the entire Portokalos
clan makes plans to come together for an even bigger wedding
than before.
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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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HUMILITY
Have you ever been in a group of people—maybe on a
tour, at a social gathering, or at church—and discovered that
you have just been talking with a well-known author,
corporate CEO, great scholar, or politician? Your first thought
is the hope that you didn’t say anything to embarrass yourself;
but your second thought is how much they seemed like such
“regular” folks. What is it that makes people seem so
“regular”? Today’s readings give us a clue when they stress
the importance of humility. It is so hard for us not to tell the
first person who will listen how busy we are, how hard we
work, how much money we donate, and how important our
job titles are.
We think these accolades make a difference to people, and if
we don’t tell them, how will they ever know? But if our
actions demonstrate our values, people will recognize our
worth on their own. The words of Jesus show us how much
better it is to let someone else recognize our worth than to be
embarrassed because someone did not.
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!!
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
Vigésimo Segundo Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
28 de agosto de 2016
Ustedes, en cambio, se han acercado a Sión, el monte y la
— Hebreos 12:22a
ciudad del Dios viviente.
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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
Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
“En tus asuntos procede con humildad” (Eclesiástico
3:17). Humildad: todos somos parecidos y únicos por que
somos hijos de Dios. Jesús nos da una explicación de lo que es
tener humildad “no te sientes en el lugar principal . . . ocupa el
último lugar” (Lucas 14:8, 10). De hecho “cuando des una
comida o una cena, no invites a tus amigos, ni a tus hermanos,
ni a tus parientes, ni a los vecinos ricos; . . . Invita a los pobres,
a los lisiados, a los cojos y a los ciegos” física o
simbólicamente, los más vulnerables y marginados de la
sociedad “por que ellos no tienen con qué pagarte” (ver 14:12–
14). Parece que Jesús está por decirnos que nos preparemos
para la eternidad con los elegidos de Dios haciéndonos su
amigo aquí y ahora. La misericordia no se mide por el placer de
ser anfitriones de quienes mejor nos pueden devolver el favor
de una invitación, sino por aceptar sinceramente la compañía
de aquellas personas que no nos caen bien, de quien no podrían
devolvernos el favor de una invitación. Una completa humildad
inspira misericordia pura y una misericordia pura nos guía a
una alegría eterna.
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HUMILDAD. ¿Has estado alguna vez con un grupo de
personas –quizás en un crucero, en una reunión social, o en la
iglesia– y descubres que has estado hablando con un autor muy
conocido, un alto ejecutivo de una empresa poderosa, un gran
intelectual o una figura política? Tu primer pensamiento es que
ojalá no hayas dicho nada embarazoso, pero el segundo es tu
asombro al notar que se comporten como una persona
“normal”. ¿Qué es lo que hace a una persona “normal”? Las
lecturas de hoy nos dan una pista cuando ponen de relieve la
importancia de la humildad. Es tan difícil no decirle a la
primera persona que nos escuche lo ocupados que estamos, lo
mucho que trabajamos, cuánto dinero donamos y cuán
importantes son nuestros títulos en el trabajo. Pensamos que
estas distinciones tienen influencia en las personas, y si no se lo
decimos, ¿cómo van a saberlo? Pero si nuestras acciones
demuestran nuestros valores, la gente reconocerá lo que
valemos, por sí solas. Las palabras de Jesús nos muestran que
es mucho mejor dejar que los demás reconozcan nuestros
méritos que apenarnos porque alguien no los reconoce.
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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]
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Por esta época recordamos la natividad de María, madre de
Jesús. María es muy popular entre muchos pueblos y en
especial en los pueblos latinos. Al principio del mes de
septiembre dos naciones toman la fiesta de su nacimiento para
recordarla bajo el titulo de la Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre en
Cuba y de Nuestra Señora de Coromoto en Venezuela. La
Virgen del Cobre fue descubierta en el siglo XVI por dos
indígenas y un niño africano llamados los tres Juanes, cuando
estos fueron al mar en busca de sal. Después de una fuerte
tempestad ellos encontraron flotando sobre las olas una
pequeña imagen de María con el Niño Dios en brazos. La
imagen flotaba sobre una tabla que decía yo soy la Virgen de la
Caridad. Milagrosamente la imagen estaba seca.
También en el siglo XVI la Virgen se le apareció al cacique de
los indígenas Coromoto en Venezuela. Estos resistían la
evangelización y ella se apareció sobre las aguas invitándolos
al bautizo cristiano. Estas dos manifestaciones marianas llevan
a Jesús en brazos recordándonos que María nada puede sin
Cristo.
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 21, 2016
1st Collection: ..………………………………….. $ 4,611.00
Second Collection– Maintenance & Repairs: … $1,642.00
Assumption:……………………………………… $ 885.00
Total Collection Amount: …………………. $7,138.00
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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