May 22, 2016 - St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church



May 22, 2016 - St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
May 22, 2016
The Priest’s Residence Phone Number is 692-9847
As much as possible, please conduct your routine office
business while the office is open and reserve calls to
Father Andrew McNair for emergency calls. Thank you.
Parish Office: 175 E. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines.
Telephone (910) 692-6613; fax (910) 692-4964.
Business hours are 9am—12pm; 1pm—3pm. Monday—
Friday. Please call to schedule an appointment with the
pastor, register, schedule a Mass, or request a bulletin
Parish Staff:
Administrative Assistant……….…………………….John Rowell
…………………………………[email protected]
Parish Secretary & Religious Ed……………..…..Diana Wake
Grades K-6………..……[email protected]
Receptionist/Sacramental Records…………...Laurie Wilburn
T,W, F………..….………[email protected]
Pastoral Assistant for Hispanic Ministry……....Abbey Flores
M, W, F 10am—4pm.…[email protected]
Parish Bookkeeper………………………………….Gordon Dozier
………………………………[email protected]
Confirmation Coordinator………...………..…...Lori D’Argenio
………………………...……………………[email protected]
RCIA Coordinator………...………………...…...Barbara Kemple
……..…….…...…910-585-2132,[email protected]
Music Director……………………………….…...Dr. Kyle Siddons
………………………..………………[email protected]
Advancement Administrator………………….Deborah Lawson
910-215-4099….………[email protected]
St. John Paul II Catholic School Office:
2922 Camp Easter Rd., Southern Pines. Telephone (910)
692-6241; fax (910) 692-2286. Dr. Janice Jett, principal.
School Staff Contact:
School Secretary…………………………………….Kim Stepnoski
…………………………………[email protected]
Clerical Staff
Reverend Andrew McNair, Administrator
Reverend Msgr. Patrick A. McCabe, retired
Deacon Pius Gabriel,
Deacon Stephen G. Dozier
Our Finance Council
Tom Brennan—Chairperson
John Lawson , Rob Deucher. Maureen Papp,
Dennis Regan, Laura Lang
Our Pastoral Council
Rev. Andrew McNair, Deacon Pius Gabriel,
Adele Chestnut, Mercedes Garcia, Joseph
Giusti, Steven Kastner, Barbara Lamblin,
John McMahon, Allison Melvin,
Senobio Nunez, Rachael May, Peter Scheuermann, Scott Stroker, Za’Vette Tatum-Kodzai,
Martha Torres-Nunez, Thai Trinh,
Diana Wake.
Meets the third Thursday of every month.
Sacrament of Baptism: Parents must be registered
members of the parish for at least three months and be
practicing Catholics. A meeting with the Pastor is required
followed by attendance at the preparation class if its your
first child or its been more than three years since you last
attended a Baptismal class. Call the office to start the process. Please do not set any dates or make other arrangements until you meet with Father. Under normal circumstances Baptisms will take place on the first Saturday of
the month.
Sacrament of Marriage: Must be registered and participating parishioners. Diocesan policy is that a period of six
months be allowed for preparation. Please do not set a
date until you have met with the pastor.
Sacraments for the Sick: When ill health or age prevent
you from receiving the Sacraments, please inform us of
your needs and location whether at home, in a care facility
or hospital. We are only able to serve you when YOU request the parish office to do so.
Anointing of the Sick is for people who are ill, facing
surgery, or advanced in years. It should be celebrated before entry into the hospital if possible. Please call the Parish Office to make arrangements with the pastor as soon
as you know you have a need for this Sacrament.
Parish Prayer Chain if you would like to add a person’s
name to the prayer chain please contact Lane Bergstrom at
St. Anthony Catholic Cemetery
Lots for ground burial & spaces for the columbarium are available. Informational Brochures are in the back of the church and in
the parish office. Contact John Rowell in
the parish office concerning the cemetery.
Pastoral Residences
Rev. Andrew McNair…………………………..……………692-9847
Deacon Pius Gabriel…………………..…………………...818-6888
Liturgical Schedule For Next Week
Sat 5:00 pm
May 28
Sun 8:30 am
May 29
Sun 11:00 am
May 29
Sun 2:00 pm
May 29
Fr. McNair
Fr. McNair
Fr. McNair
Fr. McNair
Sam Lamblin
Ethan Blank
Jenny Zalnaski
Andrew Deucher
Jack Deucher
Curt Verchick
A Lopiccolo
Ryan Lopiccolo
Maria Lopiccolo
Lius Garcia
Alexis Santos
Abigail Rodriguez
Bob Klug
Lane Bergstrom
P. Scheuermann
James Mowery
Ed Herman
Don Goetz
John Buchholz
Nancy O'Connell
Thai Trinh
Tim Dwyer
John McMahon
P. Kassebaum
Jim Hagan
Brenda Stroker
Chip Stires
Joni Baggett
Scott Stroker
Wayne Etowski
Patricia y
Guillermina y
Tony Wildt
Barb Lamblin
Chris Parillo
Rob Deucher
MK Wildt
Dottie Stalsitz
R Villasenor
Jose G. Rosas
Eucharistic Adoration 1—8pm
with Benediction at 7:45pm
Except on Wednesdays from 1—6pm
Benediction Wednesday at 5:45pm
Divine Mercy Chaplet Wed. & Fri. at 3:00pm
"He who receives Communion is made holy and Divinized in soul and
body in the same way that water, set over a fire, becomes boiling...
Communion works like yeast that has been mixed into dough so that it
leavens the whole mass; ...Just as by melting two candles together you
get one piece of wax, so, I think, one who receives the Flesh and Blood
of Jesus is fused together with Him by this Communion, and the soul
finds that he is in Christ and Christ is in him," —St. Cyril of Alexandria
The cry room is the Adoration Chapel. Scheduled adorers should call
someone on the sub list (available in the chapel) if they can not attend
their assigned time. Call Anne Strobel 910-315-8409 to be added to the
schedule as a regular Adorer.
Mass Intentions for the Week of May 23rd
Mass Intention
Requested by
May 23
† Stella Beardsley
Bob & Barbara Klug
May 24
† Rosemary Herbst
Bob & Barbara
May 25
Shirley Ebert
Cal Ebert &
Ruth Davies
May 26
Mary Jane
Irene Rouhier
May 27
† Joseph Dewane
Nancy Kilpatrick
May 28
† Charles Bradbury
Mary Bradbury
8:30am-Sun May 29
Robert (Bud)
Theresa Jellison
May 29
May 29
Father Andrew’s Prayer Intention for May
That every family will pray the Rosary together
each day during the month of May.
Mass Schedule
[T]he love of God has been poured out into our hearts through
the Holy Spirit. —Romans 5:5b
Readings for the Week of May 22, 2016
Prv 8:22-31; Ps 8:4-9; Rom 5:1-5; Jn 16:12-15
1 Pt 1:3-9; Ps 111:1-2, 5-6, 9-10c; Mk 10:17-27
1 Pt 1:10-16; Ps 98:1-4; Mk 10:28-31
Wednesday: 1 Pt 1:18-25; Ps 147:12-15, 19-20; Mk 10:32-45
Week Days: 12:00 pm Noon
First Saturday only at 9:00 am
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30am and 11:00 am
Spanish Mass, Sunday: 2:00 pm
*Sunday, 5:00 pm starting July 3rd
Eucharistic Adoration
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri: 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Evening Prayer & Benediction, 7:45 pm
Wednesday: 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Evening Prayer & Benediction, 5:45 pm
1 Pt 2:2-5, 9-12; Ps 100:2-5; Mk 10:46-52
1 Pt 4:7-13; Ps 96:10-13; Mk 11:11-26
Jude 17, 20b-25; Ps 63:2-6; Mk 11:27-33
Gn 14:18-20; Ps 110:1-4; 1 Cor 11:23-26;
Lk 9:11b-17
Week Days: 11:15 am to 11:45 am
Saturdays: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm to 1:45pm
Saints and Special Observances
The Most Holy Trinity
Eighth Week in Ordinary Time
Wednesday: St. Bede the Venerable; St. Gregory VII;
St. Mary Magdalene de’Pazzi
St. Philip Neri
St. Augustine of Canterbury
Blessed Virgin Mary
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Wednesday and Friday: Recited at 3:00 pm
Weekly Offering
Week ending May 15, 2016
Parish News
Parish-Wide Celebration of The Feast of St Anthony of Padua June 11 & 12, 2016
Events will begin on Saturday, June 11th at 10am and will continue throughout the day as follows:
10am Solemn Procession with the image of St. Anthony of Padua on the campus of SJPII Catholic School.
10:30am Solemn Rosary in the Tru-Legacy Activity Center
11am Solemn Mass in the Tru-Legacy Activity Center
12pm Parish-wide Picnic on the St. John Paul II School Campus—with food, sports, games, horseback
riding, and bingo. Fun for the whole family!
Sunday, June 12th at 3pm:
Live Youth Concert with the Ricardo Veloz Musical Group preforming to celebrate the life of St. Anthony of Padua at 3pm in
the Parish Hall.
Church Raffle On Saturday, June 1 1 , 201 6
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church will be
celebrating together the Feast of St. Anthony
Memorial Day Mass—May 30th at 9:00am A Memo(whose official Feast Day is June 13th)!
rial Day Mass will be celebrated for all men and womWe are holding a 50/50 CASH raffle that will be
en, who died in military service for the United States drawn on that day. We are hoping to sell 250 tickets
of America, on the grounds of St. Anthony of Pad- which will yield ONE $12,500 WINNER and $12,500
ua cemetery. This Mass will take the place of the for parish improvements! Checks can be written to St.
noon Mass that day. The names of deceased Veteran’s will be read at Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. Purchase tickets onthe beginning of the Mass. If you would like someone remembered dur- line at or in the parish
ing the reading of names, please submit their names by calling the office office, or by calling Deb Lawson at (910) 215-4099.
or through our parish website. In order to have some idea how many
chairs we need—those planning to attend are asked to confirm their Tickets may also be sold after many Masses until our
participation by calling the office or through the website. In any case, 250 tickets are sold! ...If we do not make our goal
extra seating will be provided for friends and visitors. In case of inclem- of 250 sold, ONE winner still will receive 50% of the
ent weather, the Memorial Day Mass will be celebrated in our parish money raised from the sales.
R.C.I.A. The Rite of Chr istian Initiation for
Adults is the or dinar y pr ocess for those desir ing
Our food pantry enables us to give much needed
to learn more about the Catholic Faith. It is a process
food to low income families in our area. We are curof prayer, study and discernment. This year we will
rently low on several food items to include: Breakoffer RCIA SUMMER INQUIRY SESSIONS to be
fast Cereal, Peanut Butter, Jelly, Saltine Crackers,
held on June 6, July 11, Aug. 1.All sessions will be
Pasta, Tuna, Macaroni and Cheese, and Fruit. You
held in the Conference Room at St Anthony’s Parish
may place non perishable food items in the baskets Office on Connecticut Ave. We will meet from 7—8 pm.
in the back of church on week ends or drop them off at the parish Please come with your questions….For more information please
office week days between the hours of 9am—4pm. Thank you for Contact Barbara Kemple at [email protected] or 910585-2132.
helping to stock our pantry to feed those in need in our community.
Beginning July 3, 2016 a 5pm Sunday Evening Mass
will be celebrated each week at St. Anthony of Padua.
The Shaggin’ Beach Party/Auction will be
held at the Tru-Legacy Activity Center on the
campus of St. John Paul II Catholic School
on Camp Easter Road, August 27, 2016.
This is the school’s main fundraiser for the
year. How can you help? We need Auction
items. We are looking for items valued at $500 or more. Items like, a
timeshare rental or vacation home for a week, a service like landscaping, or donated frequent flier miles. Please note; the auction items are
tax deductible and help to bring the most funds for our school. It is important to have community support from our parishes to achieve the
goals of providing an exemplary and spiritual education to the children
of St. John Paul II Catholic School. Your thoughtfulness and support is
deeply appreciated. Donations are tax deductible. For more information
or to donate an item, call Frances Klotz @ (910) 949-2556.
Attention all singers in the
Parish! Over the summer,
Dr. Kyle is looking for additional singers interested in serving
as cantor at the various Masses in June, July, and August. If
you have always wanted to try, contact Dr. Kyle and set up
a time to meet with him. He is happy to work with folks of
all ages and levels of experience.
Help With Cemetery Needed Taking car e of the dead is a
corporal work of mercy. We are looking for volunteers willing
to go out to the cemetery and do various tasks on site. We also
need some volunteers who are willing to assist the office staff in
several aspects of the cemetery administration and promotion.
For more details, please call John Rowell at the parish office at
910-692-6613 or via email at [email protected]
Parish-Wide Celebration of The Feast of
St Anthony of Padua June 11 & 12, 2016
Events will begin on Saturday, June 11th at 10am
and will continue throughout the day as follows:
10am Solemn Procession with the image of St. Anthony of
Padua on the campus of SJPII Catholic School.
10:30am Solemn Rosary in the Tru-Legacy Activity Center
11am Solemn Mass in the Tru-Legacy Activity Center
12pm Parish-wide Picnic on the St. John Paul II School
Campus—with food, sports, games, horseback riding, and bingo.
Fun for the whole family!
Sunday, June 12th at 3pm:
Live Youth Concert with the Ricardo Veloz Musical Group preforming
to celebrate the life of St. Anthony of Padua at 3pm in the Parish Hall.
Diocesan & Community News
The word mercy, Pope Francis
declared in his announcement of
the Jubilee Year of Mercy,
the Most Holy Trinity” (Misericordiae Vultus, 2). For
mercyishowGodcomestomeetus;mercyisthefundamental law helping us recognize everyone as brothers
andsisters;mercyisthebridgeconnectingGodandhumanity, opening our hearts to the hope of being loved
life-giving, love-sharing Trinity of Persons draws us
closertoGodinfriendshipandcommunion.BothJudaism and Islam consider mercy one of God’s most important attributes. Israel unceasingly proclaims God
boundless in mercy. Islam addresses the Creator as
our mutual understanding, eliminate all closed-minded
ofviolenceanddiscrimination.—PeterScagnelli,Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc. Papal quotes Copyright ©
AñoJubilardelaMisericordiaEn la Bula papal Misericordiae Vultus, 6, el Papa Francisco dice que la miser
cordia“eslapalabraquerevelaelmisteriodelaSantı́simaTrinidad”.Pueslamisericordia escó moDiosvienea
nuestro encuentro; misericordia es la ley fundamental
que nos ayuda a reconocernos como hermanos y hermanas;misericordia eselpuentequeconectaaDioscon
revelació n de Dios hacia nosotros esun don de vida, un
amor compartido de la Trinidad de personas que nos
acercan má sa Dios en amistad y comunió n.Tanto el judaı́smo como el islamismo consideran a la misericordia
uno de los atributos má s importantes de Dios. Israel incasablemente proclama la misericordia inmensa. El islamismo se re iere hacia Dios como “Misericordioso y
Clemente”(Corá n59:22)creyendoensudivinaeinmensa misericordia cuyas puertas siempre está n abiertas.
QueesteAñ o Jubilar de la Misericordia,ruegaelPapa
Francisco,senosabraaundialogomá sferviente,profundizando nuestro entendimiento mutuo, eliminando toda
falta de respeto de tener una mente cerrada y, eliminando
toda falta de violencia y discriminación. —Peter Scagnelli,
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc. Citas del Papa Copyright
© 2015, Libreria Editrice V aticana. Usadas con permiso.
Open your heart wide and invite the Holy
Spirit in to dive even deeper in your relationship with God and your spouse. The next
Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekends
are: Sep 30-Oct 2, 2016 in Myrtle Beach, SC
and Nov 4-6, 2016 in Atlantic Beach, NC.
Early sign up is recommended. For more information
Elimination of Fees for a Declaration of Nullity. The Dio- or contact us at applicacese of Raleigh eliminated all costs associated with a Declara- [email protected] or 704-315-2144.
Join the Servants of the Holy Spirit Charismatic Prayer Group for prayer, praise, sharing and intercession on Wednesday afternoons from 3 to
4:30 in Room 8 at Sacred Heart. All are welcome. To learn more about
the prayer group or the Catholic Charismatic Renewal or to express
interest in attending a Life in the Spirit Seminar contact any member of
the leadership team: Beth Renwick at [email protected] or 420-8000,
Donna Murray at 235-0547, or Trudy Hintz at [email protected]
tion of Nullity. This was done in order to make it more accessible to those who have been previously married and divorced.
If you are interested in beginning or learning more about the
nullity process, please contact Mrs. Susan Stanton (919-8219754) or Mrs. Vikki Newell (919 821-9759). If you speak Spanish, please contact Ms Teresa Aldahondo (919-821-9758).
Sandhills Horticultural Gardens
Think of Pinehurst and what comes to mind? Golf? How
about the gardens? The 32-acre Sandhills Horticultural
Gardens are one of Pinehurst’s most treasured jewels.
Located on the campus of Sandhills Community College and
designed and maintained by students of the college’s
Landscape Gardening program, the site holds 13 themed
gardens, including the formal
English Garden and a whimsical
children’s garden.
The Sandhills Horticultural Gardens are open every day from
dawn to dusk. Admission is free.
3395 Airport Rd  Pinehurst,
NC 28374 910.695.3779 
Stress in Your Marriage?–Retrouvaille is a pr ogram for married couples that feel bored, disillusioned, frustrated, or angry in their marriage. Some
experience coldness. Others experience conflict in
their relationship. Most don’t know how to change
the situation. This program has helped many couples
experiencing such difficulties. For confidential information or to apply to attend the program beginning with a
weekend on September 16th call 800-470-2230 or email:
[email protected] or visit the web site at —See more at:
Elimination of Fees for a Declaration of Nullity. As of July 1,
2015, the Diocese of Raleigh eliminated all costs associated with
a Declaration of Nullity. Bishop Burbidge decided the Diocese
will absorb all costs related to the nullity process in order to
make it more accessible to those who have been previously married and divorced. If you are interested in beginning or learning
more about the nullity process, please contact Mrs. Susan Stanton (919-821-9754) or Mrs. Vikki Newell (919 821-9759). If
you speak Spanish, please contact Ms Teresa Aldahondo (919821-9758). - See more at:
Noticiero de la Parroquia
Misas los sábados de mayo en honor a La Virgen
Durante el mes se celebrará la misa, los sábados de y 28 de
mayo en honor a la Virgen María, a las 9:00am en inglés.
Se Necesita Adoradores para el Santísimo
Se necesitan adoradores permanentes y sustitutos. Con la cercanía de la primavera y el verano, algunos de nuestros adoradores
regulares tomaran vacaciones y sus horas necesitan ser sustituidos. Para seguir con esta adición maravillosa que de veras fortalece nuestra vida espiritual se les pide que comprometen su tiempo con Nuestro Señor. Favor de ponerse en contacto con Anne
Strobel para determinar cuándo se necesita.
Empezando el 3 de julio próximo, se ofrecerá una
misa dominical a las 5pm en inglés.
Rifa Parroquial 50/50
Con gran alegría, nuestra parroquia esta
comenzado a preparar la fiesta de nuestro
Santo patrono, San Antonio de Padua, en
el mes de junio. Dentro de una de las actividades que tendremos, será una fantástica rifa 50-50 se harán 250 boletos y tenemos
la esperanza de que todos se vendan. El sorteo se
llevará a cabo el sábado 11 de junio durante la celebración de la fiesta, será ahí donde sabremos quién fue
el ganador. Para más detalles los invitamos a que visiten nuestra página web en la sección español o pueden
comprar su boleto
El Festival Parroquial de San Antonio de Padua, se celebrará en junio, los días 11 y 12.
*Sábado 11 de junio en los terrenos de la escuela San Juan Pablo II
El festival comenzará de la siguiente manera:
*10:00 a.m. La solemne procesión con la imagen
de San Antonio
*10:30 am El solemne Rosario en el nuevo salón
*11:00 a.m. La misa solemne en el nuevo salón
*12:00 p.m. El Picnic Parroquial e inmediatamente después,
habrá deportes, juegos, paseos a caballo, bingo, y actividades
para toda la familia. Todos están cordialmente invitados a
participar en este día tan especial, dedicado a nuestro Santo
Patrono. La dirección de la escuela es: 2292 Camp Easter
Rd. Southern Pines. *Domingo 12ª de junio en el salón de la
parroquia: Después de la Santa Misa de 1:00 pm tendremos la
grata presencia del Señor Ricardo Veloz y su banda, quienes
vienen a realizar un maravilloso concierto para todos los jóvenes y así con este evento, concluiremos nuestra hermosa
celebración a nuestro Santo Patrono.
Cambio de Horario
El horario de oficina para Abbey Flores, asistente pastoral
al Ministerio Hispano, es miércoles, viernes de 10:004:00 . Favor de llamarla durante el horario de oficina para
ayuda enel telēfhone 910-692-6613 .
Habrá una misa especial celebrada el lunes
30 de mayo, para conmemorar y recordar
aquellos hombres y mujeres que murieron
sirviendo a su país (Estados Unidos de
América) en el servicio militar. Los nombres de los veteranos ya fallecidos serán leídos al comienzo
de la misa, la cual será a las 9:00 am. Esta misa tomará el
lugar de la de mediodía, y se celebrará en el cementerio de
nuestra Parroquia. Si desea que alguien sea mencionado
durante la lectura de los nombres, favor de llamar a la
oficina o mediante la página web de nuestra Parroquia. La
intención de saber si hay alguien por recordar es también
para tener sillas disponibles para todos. En caso de mal
tiempo, la misa se celebrará en nuestra Parroquia.
Noticiero de la Diócesis
Jubileo de la Misericordia, Catequesis Familiar de Julio/Jubilee of
Mercy, Catechetical Activity for the Family of July
Parroquia St. Michael the Archangel, 804 High House Road, Cary,
NC 27513
Para más información visite:
Como preparación a vivir el Jubileo de la Misericordia, la Pastoral
Familiar Hispana de la Diócesis de Raleigh, les invita a participar de
la catequesis familiar: "Familia, Instrumentos de Misericordia" que
desarrollaremos durante el mes de Julio.
Fecha: Julio 9 de 2016
Lugar: Parroquia St. Michael the Archangel
Dirección: 804 High House Road Cary NC 27513
Hora: 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m.
Para descargar el material de trabajo correspondiente a esta catequesis,
Para mayor información, puede contactarse con:
[email protected] 919-603-4757 [email protected] 919-810-4213 Cost: Gratuito
XI Encuentro Juvenil Diocesano 2016
La RED Diocesana de Pastoral Juvenil invita a los jóvenes Adolescentes de 13 a 17, Padres con hijos adolescentes y Jóvenes
Adultos de 18 a 35, al XI Encuentro Juvenil Diocesano 2016.
Como cada año, nos reunimos más de 1000 jóvenes y padres de
familia a celebrar nuestra cultura y nuestro amor por Jesucristo.
Este ano nuestro lema es: "Jóvenes Misericordioso como el
Padre." Tendremos char las de crecimiento, Obr as de teatro,
música y un gran concierto con el Grupo Vuelta en U de McAllen Tx¡No se lo pueden perder! Cuando: 25 de Junio 2016.
Hora: 8 am a 7 pm. Dónde: Car dinal Gibbons High School
de Raleigh. Costo: $30 por persona (incluye una camiseta)
Fecha límite de registro: 12 de Junio. Presenter: Ricar do Veloz
Costo: $30
Primera lectura—Antes de que algo fuese
creado, la sabiduría de Dios estaba presente
(Proverbios 8:22-31). Salmo—¡Qué admirable, Señor, es tu poder! (Salmo 8) Segunda
lectura—El amor de Dios ha sido derramado en nuestro corazón mediante el Espíritu
Santo que hemos recibido (Romanos 5:1-5). Evangelio—
Todo lo que el Padre tiene es mío; el Espíritu de verdad tomará todo lo que es mío y te lo concederá (Juan 1:12-15).

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