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Saint Mark Catholic Church
Saint Mark Catholic Church
www.stmarknc.org  14740 Stumptown Road, Huntersville, NC 28078
We, the members of St. Mark Catholic Church, a Faith Community called as one by Christ
to serve and witness in His name, seek to celebrate our Faith through service and evangelization
to each other, our families and our community.
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www.stmarknc.org  704-948-0231
St. Mark Parish Directory
stmarknc.org14740 Stumptown Rd, Huntersville NC 28078
Parish Office | Mon-Fri, 9 am - 4:30 pm
Phone: 704-948-0231; Fax: 704-948-8018
Pastor
Very Rev. John T. Putnam, JV
Parochial Vicars
Rev. Paul D. McNulty
Rev. Nohé Torres
Pastor Emeritus in Residence
Rev. Msgr. Richard M. Bellow
Deacons
Rev. Mr. Louis Pais
Rev. Mr. Robert Murphy
Rev. Mr. Richard McCarron
Rev. Mr. Thomas McGahey
Rev. Dr. Ronald Sherwood
Sacristan
Daniel Pressley
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 211
Middle School Ministry and
Sacrament of Confirmation
Mary Grace Alvord, Coordinator
[email protected]
704-948-1306, Ext. 117
Middle School Activities
Coordinator
Open Position
High School Ministry
Coordinator
J. Brian Kaup
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 105
Preschool
Jane Petriella, Director
[email protected]
704-948-8015
Administrative Assistant
Tricia McCaa
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 102
Ministry Coordinator
Beth Zuhosky
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 136
Pastoral Associate for HR and
Outreach
Barry McCaa
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 119
Deaf Ministry
Mary Sumeracki
[email protected]
704-576-0675 (V/TTY)
Finance Director
Florence Moore
704-948-0231, Ext. 116
[email protected]
Parish Accountant
Karen Zaleski
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 121
Calendar Management
Leanne Vaccaro
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 101
Music Ministry
Laura Maclean, Director
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 106
Faith Formation
Donna Smith, Director
[email protected]
704-948-1306, Ext. 104
Elementary Faith Formation
and Sacraments of
First Reconciliation and
First Communion
Faye Nye, Coordinator
[email protected]
704-948-1306, Ext. 115
Young at Heart Ministry
Open Position
Hispanic Coordinator
Belisario Solorzano
[email protected]
704-948-4239
Wedding Director
Kris Brodof
[email protected]
704-806-4071
Pastoral Associate for Facilities
and Planning
Scott Bruno
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 118
Evening Attendant
Hank Stiene
980-333-3040
Al-Anon
Lisa
704-651-1065
Alcoholics Anonymous
Tom
704-604-7739
Bulletin Team
[email protected]
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Mass Schedule
Sunday Masses
Saturday: 5 pm
Sunday:
7:30 am, 9 am (signed for the hearing
impaired), 11 am, 1 pm (Spanish),
5 pm (High School Ministry Mass)
Spanish: Misa en Español cada Domingo a la 1 pm y
cada viernes a las 7 pm
Daily Masses
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., 7 and 9 am
Wednesday 7 am and 6:30 pm; Saturday 9 am
Holy Days: Vigil 7 pm before feast day, 7 am, 9 am,
7 pm on the feast day
Nursery available during 9 and 11 am Masses
serving children walking through Kindergarten.
Confessions
Wednesday following the evening Mass;
Saturday 3—4:45 pm, or by appointment
Rosary
Tuesdays - Church; 7—7:30 pm
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
In the Monsignor Bellow Adoration Chapel in the
Family Center. For more information email
[email protected]
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Novena
Immediately following the Wednesday 6:30 pm Mass
Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
Novena and Rosary
Immediately following the Friday 9 am Mass
Hospitalization
If you or your loved one are in an area hospital,
call the Parish Office to reach one of the Priests.
The Priests offer Confession, bring the Holy
Eucharist to you or administer the Sacrament of
Anointing of the Sick.
Baptisms & Weddings
The use of the Church for Baptisms, Weddings and
other Sacramental events is available to active
Parishioners. Contact the Parish Office.
Natural Family Planning
Joe and Kathy Hack
Teaching Couple #1947
704-548-1834; [email protected]
www.ccli.org
Crisis Pregnancy Help
Pregnancy Hotline:1-800-848-LOVE
Catholic Social Services: 704-370-3262
Birthright: 1-800-550-4900
PregnancyCenters.org; 1-800-712-HELP
Post Abortion: 1-800-5-WE CARE
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From the Pastor
Everything did
not go
perfectly for
Jesus in His
ministry.
Today’s Gospel
from St. Mark
relates how He
was rejected
in His own
hometown. “A
prophet is not without honor except
in his native place and among his own
kin and in his own house.” There are
probably times when we share in that
kind of frustration. Nevertheless, if
we look at today’s readings in their
totality, we find the resolution to
that kind of exasperation.
In our Second Reading from St. Paul’s
Second Letter to the Corinthians, the
Lord speaks to Paul. God says
basically the same thing to Ezekiel in
the First Reading. To the prophet
Ezekiel who is being asked to
communicate with the Israelites, God
says, “Hard of face and obstinate of
heart are they to whom I am sending
you. But you shall say to them: ‘Thus
says the Lord God’.” Ezekiel is being
commissioned to carry out a difficult
task with the strength provided by
God. Throughout Holy Scripture we
get the same message, that if we put
our trust in the Lord and if we allow
Him to work through us, we can
accomplish so much.
St. Paul expands upon this message of
strength in his letter to the
Corinthians. Paul recounts how he
feels burdened and weak and turns to
God, and God replies to him: “My
grace is sufficient for you, for power
is made perfect in weakness.” As
indicated this is the same message
which Ezekiel received, and it is
worth reiterating that it is the same
message each of us receives through
the Word. In our reading of the
Passion from Mark on Palm Sunday,
we heard Jesus cry out in the garden,
“Remove this cup from me.” Paul
pleads in a similar way in this letter
when he says, “I begged the Lord
about this, that it might leave me.”
God’s response is always that if we
rely on Him, if we trust in Him, all
things are possible. If we are
burdened, there are two ways to
address the burden: one is to remove
the burden, but the other is to
strengthen the back which is bearing
it. If we turn to the Lord for strength,
it will allow us to more easily bear
the burdens, the weaknesses, of life.
In that way, as Paul indicates, a
weakness can actually become a
strength.
Jesus faces a different kind of
burden, a different kind of weakness
in our Gospel reading from St. Mark.
Jesus had left Nazareth as a
carpenter and as a man alone. He
came back as a gifted teacher with
followers completely devoted to Him.
It is no wonder that the people in His
hometown asked the question, “What
happened to Jesus?” They found it
difficult to believe in Him. This was
surely both frustrating and
disappointing to the Lord. However,
like Paul and Ezekiel in the earlier
readings, Jesus makes this into a
strength. Rather than bowing to the
feeling that He could accomplish
nothing, He moves on and becomes
stronger in His ministry and His
message.
How do we respond to failure? How
do we react to seeming burdens? Do
we admit defeat and abandon what
seems to be a fruitless journey, or do
we seek and find strength in the
presence of God and literally turn
what seems to be a weakness into a
strength? The next verse in Mark (6:7)
states, “And he made a circuit of the
villages, teaching.” We need to
counter life’s difficulties, problems
which exist because of our own
weakness in many cases, with the
same kind of resolve. Knowing that
God is with us and that the Lord gives
us a vigor which we cannot have
without Him, we need to move
forward and continue and succeed.
Blessings, Father John
Mass Readings
Today’s Readings
Readings for the Week
First Reading — They shall know that a prophet has
been among them (Ezekiel 2:2-5).
Monday:
Tuesday:
Psalm — Our eyes are fixed on the Lord, pleading for
his mercy (Psalm 123).
Second Reading — I am content with weaknesses and
hardships for the sake of Christ (2 Corinthians 12:710).
Gospel — “Where did this man get all this? Is he not
the carpenter, the son of Mary?” (Mark 6:1-6a).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary
for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in
the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
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Gn 28:10-22a; Ps 91:1-4, 14-15ab; Mt 9:18-26
Gn 32:23-33; Ps 17:1b, 2-3, 6-7ab, 8b, 15;
Mt 9:32-38
Wednesday:Gn 41:55-57; 42:5-7a, 17-24a;
Ps 33:2-3, 10-11, 18-19; Mt 10:1-7
Thursday: Gn 44:18-21, 23b-29; 45:1-5; Ps 105:16-21;
Mt 10:7-15
Friday:
Gn 46:1-7, 28-30; Ps 37:3-4, 18-19, 27-28,
39-40; Mt 10:16-23
Saturday: Gn 49:29-32; 50:15-26a; Ps 105:1-4, 6-7;
Mt 10:24-33
Sunday:
Am 7:12-15; Ps 85:9-14;
Eph 1:3-14 [1:3-10]; Mk 6:7-13
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Remember In Your Prayers
Mass Intentions
Please Pray For
Monday, July 6—St. Maria Goretti
7 am +Helen Virginia Grace
(Mary Jane Zimmerman)
9 am +Tommie DeLello (Tina Schram)
Tuesday, July 7
7 am +Stephen Shailor (Elizabeth Shailor)
9 am Jacob Gonzalez (Gonzalez family)
Michelle Westbrook
Accetta
Joanne Anthony
Roberto Argente
Sam Bastianelli
Steve Blaock
Renee Branem
Katherine Cipriano
Torie Costa
Dottie Dambrauskas
Kristina Dontino
Jean Fox
Linda Gebelein
Dr. Dennis Golden
Patrick Golden
Theresa Gribschaw
Sarah Elizabeth Hauser
Deborah Jeffcoat
Baby Katherine
Elizabeth Jousma
Janina Kawa
Phyllis Kiebler
Robb Lamont
Cecilia Leary
Loretta Matarese
Dale McCaa
Bill Othling
Nicole Pellitteri
Kyle Poling
Guillermo Rojas
Alex Sabo
Alexandra Schaney
Lea Scorza
Ron Seabacher
Jefferson Sims
Christine Talbert
April Troy
Robin Warner
Karen Zaleski
...and all our parishioners who are homebound or reside
in area nursing homes and are unable to attend Mass.
Recently Baptized
Please welcome our newly Baptized into our Faith
Community.
Isabella Marie Alfaro
Catherine Love Cislo
William Joseph Cheslak
Alexandria Adeline Owens-Bailey
Wednesday, July 8
7 am +Francis Wenner (Joe & Kathy Hack)
6:30 pm +Lawrence Visconti (Snyder family)
Thursday, July 9—St. Augustine Zhao Rong, priest,
& Companions
7 am +Benjamin O. Powell (Vitex family)
9 am +June Sheheen (Janice Miltner)
Friday, July 10
7 am +Stephen Shailor (Elizabeth Shailor)
9 am Allegra Mendonsa (Terry Mendonsa)
7 pm +Luong Do (Michael Van Do) Spanish Mass
Saturday, July 11—St. Benedict, Abbot
9 am For the Souls in Purgatory
5 pm +Craig Phillips (Nick & Cathy Gismondi)
Sunday, July 12
7:30 am +John Nichols (Margaret McHarris)
9 am +Anthony Ditje (Neil & Tina Schram)
11 am +Evelyn Fisher
1 pm Intentions of St. Mark Parishioners
5 pm +Deceased members of the Norbut family
+ deceased; (requested by)
Members In the Service
PFC Jacob Alexander; LCPL Jon C.
Atkinson, USMC;
Lt. Colonel Scott Michael
Breece, USAF; AM1 John Caldwell, (VFA
32); Capt. Dan Crum, USAF; Lt. Colonel
Peter Dargle, U.S. Army; Veronica
Dominguez; Spc. Frank Christopher
Dunning; PFC Albert Hadley, Infantry/
Scout; Ensign Matthew Hartung USN; MSgt. Patrick Heffernan; LT.
Jenna Hehn, USN; 1st Lt. Trevor Hehn, U.S. Army; Capt. Laura
Hehn M.D. U.S. Army; MM3 Christopher Heim; Sgt. Christopher
Holden; Lt. Colonel Matthew Holloway, Air National Guard; Michael
Huddle, U.S. Army; CWO4 Christopher Joyce, Army Airborne;
Corporal Edward Keller III; PFC NCARNG Derek Koontz; Lt. Patrick
McFarland; SPC Michael Quinn, Jr., U.S. Army; USMC; Lt. Matthew
Santoli, USMC; Lt. Carter Stapleton; LT JG Ryan P. Veatch, USN; LT
Robert Vendley, U.S. Army; LT William Vey III; Staff Sgt. Andrew
Vranek, USAF Army Airborne; CTT2 Zachary Wortham, USN; PFC Ryan
Wilson, Army National Guard
...and for all service members not listed here.
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Mass for U.S. Military
His Excellency, Bishop Peter J. Jugis, will
celebrate a Mass for U.S. military
personnel on Sunday, July 19 at 3:30 pm
at the Cathedral of Saint Patrick in
Charlotte. The Mass and Rosary (to be
recited at 3 pm) will be offered for all
military personnel who have died and for
those who are now serving. All military
personnel are invited and encouraged to
come in uniform.
Photos of those who have died or who are
now serving in the military will be
displayed in the Cathedral. To include
your service member, preferably in
uniform, please mail a color or black and
white photo of them with their name and
military rank on the back of the photo to
Nancy Weber, Office of the Bishop, 1123
South Church Street, Charlotte, NC 28203
to be received no later than July 13.
(Please do not send original photographs
as they will not be returned.)
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Parish Calendar
Faith Formation
Young at Heart
Sunday, July 5
Part-Time Position
Available
Knights Game
2:30 pm Baptisms (Church)
3:15 pm Baptisms (Church)
7 pm Organ Practice (Church)
Monday, July 6
7 am
10 am
10:30 am
7 pm
Strip and Wax Parish Hall Floors
Finance - Meeting (Room 204)
Staff Meeting (Room 202)
K of C General Council Meeting
(Kitchen, Room 200, 201)
7 pm Liturgical Training (Church)
Tuesday, July 7
7 am Strip and Wax Parish Hall Floors
7 pm Rosary (All are Welcome)
(Church)
Wednesday, July 8
7 am Strip and Wax Parish Hall Floors
4 pm Praise Dance Practice
(Room 200, 201)
7 pm FFHSM-CAC Core Meeting
(Room 215)
7 pm Homebound Ministry Meeting
(Room 200, 201)
7:30 pm Psalm 150 Practice (Church)
Thursday, July 9
7 am Strip and Wax Parish Hall Floors
6:30 pm SMHSM - Enrichment Class
(Room 203)
Friday, July 10
7 am Strip and Wax Parish Hall Floors
2 pm Organ Practice (Church)
5 pm REHEARSAL (Kolesar/Mathie
wedding) (Church)
Saturday, July 11
7 am Men's Fellowship (Room 200)
10 am Baptism Class (Room 200, 201)
10 am Baptism Class - Hispanic
(Room 204)
10 am YaHM - Tai Chi (24 movement
Form) (Parish Hall)
12:30 pm Bridal Room - Temporary
Location (Room 200, 201)
12:30 pm Wedding set-up (Church)
2 pm WEDDING (Kolesar/Mathie)
(Church)
6 pm Irish Movie Night
(Parish Hall, Kitchen)
7 pm Hispanic Music Practice
(Room 204)
Sunday, July 12
1 pm Maximilian Kolbe Fraternity
OFS (SMS Library)
2 pm Welcome Event after Mass Hispanic (Parish Hall, Kitchen)
2:30 pm Baptisms - Spanish (Church)
3:15 pm Baptisms (Church)
7 pm Organ Practice (Church)
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When: Mon., July 20
Where: BB&T Ballpark
St. Mark is hiring a part-time, nonexempt position (max 20 hrs a
week). This position coordinates all
aspects of our 6th and 7th grade
faith formation program, our 3-7th
grade home school program and
assists with weekly clerical duties
in the faith formation office.
Applicants should have a minimum
of two years of experience working
in education in a parish and/or
school setting and possess strong
organizational, computer and
communication skills. Applicants
should be bilingual and possess
energy and enthusiasm for our
children/youth with a strong
commitment to the Catholic Faith
and adherence to the teachings of
the Church. Please send resumes by
July 1 to
[email protected]
Join St. Mark Travelers Ministry at
the Knights vs. Durham Bulls
baseball game. The cost is $36 each
and includes bus travel to and from
the game, a box field seat ticket for
the game and a $2 coupon toward
concessions. The bus will leave St.
Mark at 5:15 pm and return after
the game. Games can go into the
evening hours, so folks not wanting
to drive after dark should make
arrangements for a ride home from
the Church. Let the ministry leaders
know if you need help finding a ride
home after the game.
Reservations can be made by filling
out an RSVP slip found on the YaHM
bulletin board and following the
directions posted.
Contact: Janet, 704-948-3558 or
[email protected]
Knights of Columbus
Summer Community Blood Drive a Big Success
Sixty units of whole blood
were donated by St. Mark
parishioners on Sunday,
June 14 in the Parish
Center. One pint is enough
blood to save three
people. This event will
help 180 patients in the
Charlotte area.
The Knights are planning
another community blood
drive tentatively set for Sept. 27. Be on the lookout for information in
future bulletins. Note: if you are planning to donate blood prior to
attending Mass, consider scheduling your time slot one hour before.
A special shout out to Dave Stoughton and Mike Tolbert for organizing this
event and for the Huntersville Papa Murphy’s serving delicious samples.
Knights Summer 2015 Family Picnic
When: Saturday, July 25; 3pm – 8pm
Where: North Mecklenburg Park; 16131 Old Statesville Rd., Huntersville
St Mark Knight’s council members, KofC family members and friends of the
KofC – please join us for fun, food and fellowship.
Questions or RSVP: Anthony Baio, [email protected], 704-574-2657 or
Jim Copio,[email protected], 703-901-5004
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Parish Life
Women Newcomers,
“After the Boxes” Session
When: Wednesdays,
Sept. 16 through Nov. 18;
Daytime, 10—11:30 am;
Nighttime, 7—8:30 pm
New to our parish or still feel new? This class
is based on Susan Miller’s book After the
Boxes Are Unpacked, dealing with the
spiritual, emotional and practical needs
when making a move. It is a great way to
meet fellow parishioners and make new
friends. We are looking forward to meeting
you!
Contact: (Daytime) Cathy, 704-895-9879 or
Maxine, 704-274-5453; (Nighttime)– Paula,
704-877-1456 or Valerie, 704-997-5296
Women Newcomers, AFTER
“After the Boxes” Coffee
When: Wed., July 8; 10 am-Noon
Where: The Bakery Shoppe, Huntersville
If you have been in an “After the Boxes”
session and would like to meet the new
ladies who have recently finished their
session or would like to meet up with some of
the “After the Boxes” alumni, please join us.
We will be meeting the second Wednesday of
each month. So, mark your calendars. We are
looking forward to seeing you. No need to
RSVP, just come!
St. Mark Home School Ministry Open House
When: July 23; 7 pm
Where: Family Center, Room 200
“Parents are the first and most important educators of their own
children, and they also possess a fundamental competence in this
area: they are educators because they are parents.”
— St. Pope John Paul II’s Letter to Families (1994)
Have you ever thought about home schooling your kids?? Perhaps
you’ve wondered about the following:
• “Home schooling would be too hard for me; I could never do
THAT!”
• “Home schooling seems nice in theory, but would my kids be
‘socialized’?”
• “Home school!?! How would my kids get into college?”
If you would like to meet families who are successfully home
schooling and find out more about this wonderful opportunity,
please join your St. Mark Home School Ministry for this Open House.
We can’t wait to meet you!
Contact: Betsy Hoyt, 336-425-6313, [email protected]
Respect Life
Contact: Allison, 704-770-7842 or email
[email protected]
Feed Our Priests
When: Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
As our first year of our Feed Our Priest
Ministry comes to a close, I want to say
Thank You to the many St. Mark families that
helped with providing meals. This year was a
wonderful success, and we couldn't have
done it without all the love and support of
the parish. As a result of the success, we
have added new dates to the calendar.
If you would like to sign up to bring a meal,
please go to the link below or contact me
directly. Thank you again for all your
support! We couldn't have done it without
you!
Information: www.signupgenius.com/
go/9040D44A9A92B0-meals/
Contact: Josie Pressley, 704-975-7992,
[email protected]
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The St. Mark Respect Life Ministry would like to thank
the parishioners who endured the heat and joined us for our new
Respect Life Rosary Procession to the local abortion clinic on
Saturday, June 20. We especially thank our seminarian, Matthew
Bean, for joining us and leading our Rosary. The Respect Life
Ministry hopes to continue this important effort of prayer for the
protection of unborn children with a Saturday morning Mass and
Rosary Procession every three months.
For questions or to learn more, contact Mike FitzGerald,
[email protected]
For You created my inmost being; You knit me together in my
mother’s womb… Your eyes saw my unformed body. All the days
ordained for me were written in Your book before one of them
came to be. (Psalm 139:13, 16)
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Pastoral Ponderings
For weeks now the country has been
expecting the Supreme Court of the
United States (SCOTUS) decision regarding
so-called “same-sex marriage”. For some
it has been a period of waiting which
involved fear and trembling. For others it
has been a period of waiting which
involved joyful expectation. Now that the
decision has been handed down, people of
faith need to understand that as with any
law of the land, this particular ruling has
to be evaluated from the standpoint of
faith and morals. If a law is immoral then
it must be opposed and exposed for what
it is. A parallel, of course, can be seen in
terms of the SCOTUS decisions regarding
the destruction of innocent human life
through abortion.
The Church established by Christ Jesus has
the obligation to proclaim the gospel of
Jesus Christ with joy and conviction even
when that proclamation is contrary to the
sentiments of many and even the law of
the land. Marriage is defined by God and
no human action or decree can change
that. While the SCOTUS decision is
disappointing, it must nonetheless never
be seen as a reason to retreat or
compromise from revealed truth.
Moreover, it should not be a reason for
undue fear and trepidation. With this in
mind I share the following blog post from
the Catholic Gentleman blog
(catholicgentleman.net). Sam Guzman,
the blogger, is a husband and father who
works with pro-life activities in
Milwaukee.
Satan Hates the Family.
Here’s Why.
The United States just legalized gay
“marriage.” Fear is in the air. I will
simply share these thoughts:
The final war between Satan and the Lord
God is over the family. Why? Because the
family is an icon of the Most Holy Trinity.
The communion of love between the three
Divine Persons is the original family. This
Divine communion is fruitful, that is, it
brings forth life. It cannot help but do so.
Life bursts forth from the love of the Holy
Trinity.
The family is the earthly image and icon
of Trinitarian love. The communion of
love between husband and wife is
designed to be fruitful, to bring forth
life. In a very real sense, married love
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creates. This is why marriage
carries the dignity of a sacrament—
because it is a holy image of the
Trinity.
Only God can truly create. Satan
cannot. And Satan hates this fact.
He is sterile in every sense of the
word. He hates the Trinity because
he envies its life giving and
creative power, and he hates the
family because it mirrors the
Trinity.
And what better way to mock and
warp the life-giving love of the
Holy Trinity than to attempt to
redefine marriage as something
that cannot bring forth life? To
redefine it as something inverted
and sterile, like Satan himself? This
is what homosexual “marriage”
really is: Satan’s mockery of the
family, and thus of the Trinity.
The good news is, Our Lord,
through the Immaculate Virgin,
will crush Satan’s head. Just when
his victory seems sure, he will
meet with a sudden defeat. Count
on it.
Finally, stay strong. Be at peace.
Be courageous. Never, ever lose
heart.
“Our commandress, the
Immaculate, refuge of sinners, is
also the vanquisher of the hellish
serpent.” – St. Maximilian Kolbe
“Above all, never let yourselves be
troubled, never be frightened,
never fear anything. The
Immaculate, in fact, is she perhaps
not aware of everything? If this
were not the case, it would really
be a problem.”
– St. Maximilian Kolbe
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6 de julio Fiesta de Santa María Goretti
Santa María Goretti nació en 1890 en Italia. Su padre, campesino, enfermó
de malaria y murió. Tuvo una infancia difícil ayudando a su madre en las
labores de la casa y cuidando sus hermanos menores. Ella siempre se
distinguió por su piedad y su gran amor por Dios.
Cuando no contaba más que doce años, murió en defensa de su castidad, a
causa de las puñaladas que le asestó un joven de 18 años que intentaba
violarla cuando se hallaba sola en su casa.
El joven asesino fue condenado a 30 años de prisión.
Por largo tiempo, fue obstinado en no arrepentirse de
su pecado, hasta que una noche, tuvo un sueño en el
que vio a la niña María, recogiendo flores en un prado
y luego ella se acercaba a él y se las ofrecía. A partir
de ese momento, cambió totalmente y se convirtió en
un prisionero ejemplar. Se le dejó libre al cumplir 27
años de su condena. Al salir de la cárcel, una noche
de Navidad, la de 1938, pidió perdón a la mamá de
María, y aquella noche, en la misa de Gallo,
comulgaron juntos.
El caso de María Goretti se extendió por todo el mundo. En 1947, el Papa Pío
XII la beatificó y en 1950 la canonizó. En la ceremonia estuvieron presentes
su madre, de 82 años, dos hermanas y un hermano. Y, aunque parezca
increíble, también asistió el arrepentido asesino de la santa.
Santa María Goretti fue santa no por el hecho de tener una muerte injusta y
violenta, sino porque murió por defender una virtud inculcada por la fe
cristiana. A esta santa se la llama la “Mártir de la pureza”. Sus imágenes la
representan como una campesina con un lirio en la mano, que es el símbolo
de la virginidad, y con la corona del martirio.
Consagración a Jesús a
través de María
Exposición Perpetua del
Santísimo Sacramento
¿Le gustaría consagrarse a nuestra
Santísima Virgen María? Quizás esta es
una pregunta que ha escuchado
anteriormente, ya sea porque le han
preguntado a Usted, a algún familiar,
amigo y/o conocido. Muchos nos
preguntamos ¿qué es la Consagración?
La respuesta es muy simple, el
consagrarse a nuestra madre significa
entregarle todo a ella, nuestras
alegrías, penas, trabajos,
sufrimientos para que ella nos guíe,
proteja y lo más importante que
interceda por nosotros ante su hijo
amado. Por tal motivo, el Grupo de
Consagrados a Jesús a través de María
invita a todos los interesados a una
reunión informativa acerca de la
Consagración el jueves 9 de Julio a
las 7pm en el salón 203. ¡¡Los
esperamos!!!
Nuestro Señor Jesucristo está
expuesto en la Capilla 24 horas al día,
7 días a la semana. Ven a visitarlo y a
pasar un momento en la presencia de
Jesús Sacramentado. El Señor ha
reservado gracias especiales para los
que le visitan. En el altar el Señor es
puro amor, y distribuye sus gracias a
manos llenas a los que le visitan.
Compare Foods
Los supermercados Compare Food
Store del área de Charlotte donarán
3% del total de sus compras a nuestra
parroquia. Hay una caja identificada
con el logo de Compare Food Stores
en el pasillo de la iglesia cerca de la
oficina durante la semana y esa
misma caja estará en la entrada de la
iglesia los domingos para que usted
pueda colocar allí sus recibos. Por
favor ayude a nuestra iglesia
trayendo sus recibos de Compare
Food Store.
www.stmarknc.org  704-948-0231
Información en Español
Andrea Solórzano (704-948-4239)
Rosalba Rojas (704-895-8866)
Horario De Misas
Misa Diaria:
Lunes, Martes, Jueves y
Viernes: 7am y 9 am
7 pm Español
Miércoles: 7 am y 6:30 pm
Sábados: 9 am
Sábado: 5 pm
Domingo: 7:30, 9, 11 am
1 pm Español
5 pm Misa de
jóvenes
Sacramentos
Bautizos: Clases todos los
segundos sábados de cada mes de
10 am a 12 pm Celebración del
Bautismo todos los segundos
domingos de cada mes a las 2:30
pm. Por favor contacte a Caridad
Masson al 704-948-2839 para
registrarse en las clases.
Matrimonios: Clases PreMatrimoniales, favor avisar con
seis meses de anticipación.
Grupo de Oración
Carismático
Todos los viernes a las 7:45 pm
Iglesia San Marcos
Jesucristo siempre nos está
buscando y nos habla de muchas
maneras. Sólo tenemos que saber
escuchar su voz. El grupo
carismatico Esperanza y Vida te
invita y te espera todos los viernes
a las 7:45 pm para participar y
juntos alabemos a Dios. Para mas
información puedes llamar al
hermano William Veliz al
704-634-8302
Virgen Peregrina
Nuestra Santísima Madre María, la
Virgen de Guadalupe, está visitando
nuestra comunidad dejando un
regalo de amor, paz, fe y
esperanza. Si deseas abrir las
puertas de tu hogar a nuestra Madre
María, puedes inscribirte llamando a
Yolanda Gutierrez al teléfono
980-255-6233.
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Michael O. Reimels, DDS, FAGD, FICOI
Matthew R. Miller, DDS
13605 Reese Blvd. West • Huntersville, NC 28078 • 704-948-1111
www.ReimelsDentistry.com
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a meditation, a prayer, a simple activity for the day and
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and Eastertime, or for any time of year!
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11907 Sam Roper Drive, Charlotte, NC 28269
961424 St Mark Church (D)
SUITE 200
CHARLOTTE, NC 28269
PHONE 704.597.2570
15940-C Northcross Drive
Huntersville, NC 28078
311 Williamson Road
Mooresville, NC 28117
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704-655-1466
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Cortes Home Services
Juan Cortes - Parishioner
704-937-5033
[email protected]
One Call Gets It All
Electrical • Cleaning Gutter • Pressure Washer
Landscaping • Trimming • Pine Needle • Mulch • And More!
SERVING THE LAKE NORMAN AREA
SINCE 1984
WISDOM TEETH | IV SEDATION
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704-892-1198
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Patrick J. Coleman, DMD
Michael J. Coleman, DDS
Parishioner
Robert & Eileen McCrary - Parishioners
231 Griffith St.
Davidson, NC 28036
704.987.1885
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704 895-9844
Debbie Ruthenberg
To better serve our community, your local family owned funeral home now owns and operates the areas
only non-Church related cemetery, NorthLake Memorial Gardens. NorthLake is a 30 acre cemetery in a
secluded setting that includes the only consecrated Catholic grounds in the Lake Norman area.
With grave space starting at less than $1,000.00 we are also one of the areas most affordable cemeteries.
The cemetery includes a columbarium and cremation gardens for families who choose cremation.
As Lake Norman’s only funeral home and cemetery combination, we will be able to serve your family with the
high quality service you have come to know, from the first call to caring for the grave space for years to come.
Feel free to call 704.584.9004 for more information.
Owner & Parishioner
Lizzie McCormick, Parishioner
CUTS • COLOR • HIGHLIGHTS • SKIN CARE
WAXING • NAILS • SMOOTHING SYSTEM
20035 Jetton Rd. #C, Cornelius
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19400 Jetton Rd., Suite 201 Cornelius
Peninsula Village Shopping Center
OWNED BY PARISHIONERS
HORTON’S PAINTING
We Color Inside the Lines
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Licensed & Insured
Interior & Exterior
Dry Wall Repair
Pressure Washing
Window Cleaning
Gutter Cleaning
Locally Owned & Operated
FREE ESTIMATE
Jason Horton Owner/Parishioner
Ph. 704.777.0100
961424 St Mark Church (C)
www.jspaluch.com
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-432-3240
Come Sail Away on a 7-night Catholic Exotic Cruise. Prices begin at $1045
per couple which includes all port fees and taxes. Daily Mass and Rosary
offered. Deposit of only $100 per person will reserve your cabin.
Space is limited. Thanks and God Bless,
an Official
Travel Agency
of AOS-USA
Brian or Sally, coordinators 860.399.1785
WILLIAM G. DAGIT, CPA
WILLIAM G. DAGIT, JR., CPA
M.S. TAXATION
[email protected]
Floral Arrangements - Weddings - Loose Wrap Bouquets
Home Decor - In-Home Decorating
704-892-7960
“A PARISHIONER”
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FAX (704) 655-8656
20017 N. Main St.
Cornelius, NC 28031
CORNELIUS, NC 28031
www.blumengartenllc.com Parishioners
Brennan Law Firm, PLLC
Simple Solutions for Complex Problems • Trusts & Estates
Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney,
Martin M. Brennan, Jr., Probate, Estate Administration
• Tax/Benefit Plans
JD, CPA
Tax Planning, IRS Representation
St. Mark Parishioner
Employee Benefit Plans
Licensed in North Carolina & Virginia • Corporations & LLCs
Business Formations
Mergers & Acquisitions
Business Succession Planning
704-896-6441
• Interior & Exterior
• Residential &
Commercial
• Fence & Deck Staining
• Pressure Washing
• Repaints
• Free Estimates
• Licensed & Insured
704-400-3111
[email protected]
*Aim High * Exceed Expectations *
Mike Hege, Realtor®
13801 Reese Boulevard West, Suite 110 • Huntersville, NC 28078
[email protected]
Paint Corporation
Deacon
Carlos Medina
President
WWW.MMBRENNANLAW.COM
ABR, GRI, GREEN, RCC, CRS
Bill Fitzpatrick Saint Margaret
Owner/St. Mark Parishioner Sunday Missal
St. Mark,Parishioner
704.491.9445 (c)
[email protected]
An ideal companion
for personal prayer.
& Closet Systems
Plantation Shutters, Blinds & Shades
Custom closet organization system
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Quality products and superior customer service since 2000
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Diagnostic
Tires
Brakes
Alignment
Tune-up
Quick-lube
Mufflers
A/C Service
Batteries
NC Inspections
JIM NEITZKE, Parishioner
411 South Old Statesville Rd.
Huntersville, NC 28078
(704) 875-1095
Daniel Skotzko, DDS
20816 N. Main Street, Suite 202 ~ Cornelius, NC 28031
704.987.8700
Monolithic Slabs, Driveways, Sidewalks,
Patios, Colored & Stamped Concrete
f. 704.987.8777
www.ncdentist.com
Progressive, Family,
Cosmetic, & General Dentistry
Parishioner
961424 St Mark Church (B)
Cesidio Castricone
704-299-5023
Laura Castricone
704-361-3770
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Office: 704-895-8952
Fax: 704-895-8130
[email protected]
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-432-3240
General & Cosmetic
Dentistry
9725 Caldwell Commons Circle
Cornelius, North Caroline 28031
www.drswhiteandhaines.com
Steven M. White, DDS, PA
(704) 896-9535
Parishioner
Brad S. Haines, DDS, PA
advanced dentistry
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3 bedrooms 2½ bath condo
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704-500-4530
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Email: [email protected]
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and Present It The Next Time You
Patronize One of Our Advertisers
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9115 Harris Corners Parkway, Suite 250
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704-688-0605 Office
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The Good Samaritan Funeral Home
3362 North Highway 16 • Denver, NC 28037
704 483 2124
Owned and operated by the Costigan Family (Parishioners)
Cremation, Irrevocable Pre Need and Veterans Services Available
“We’re The Good Guys Your Friends Told You About®”
• 100% satisfaction Guaranteed
• Straightforward Pricing
• Technician Seal of Safety
• Precise Appt Windows
• Sat Appt’s Available
• Drug-Free Plumbing Specialists
Dr. Brian P. McNulty
Dr. Luis L. Dancausse
3014 Baucom Rd., #200
Charlotte 28269
704-596-3186
Huntersville
704-766-0049
www.3wayplumbing.com
Gentle Dentistry with a Caring Touch
New Patients Welcome
Alina M. Bohn - Parishioner
DIAMONDS: EGL AND GIA. Certified
14kt-18kt - Platinum Quality Jewelry
All Repairs Done on Site
980.292.1017 / [email protected]
• Accounting Solutions / Advice
• Personal & Small Business Accounting
• Tax Professional
¡Hablo Español!
704-892-7343
Michael Malyszko, Parishioner
Master Jeweler
20035 Jetton Rd. A
Cornelius, NC 28031
www.PersonalJewelerofLKN.com
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DERMATOLOGY
Appointments available in days, not weeks!
PARISHIONERS
Jose Peña, M.D. • Jean Kois, M.D.
• Full
SPECIALIZING IN:
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• Skin cancer specialists
9604 Holly Point Drive • Huntersville, NC
704-316-5070 www.northlakedermatology.com
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460 S. Main Street • Davidson, NC 28036
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