Sep 4, 2016 - St. Columbkille Parish

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Sep 4, 2016 - St. Columbkille Parish
St. Columbkille Parish
Brighton, MA
St. Columbkille Parish
321 Market Street, Brighton, Massachusetts 02135
617-782-5774; www.stcolumbkillebrighton.com; email: [email protected]
School: 617-254-3110
OUR PARISH MISSION STATEMENT:
“We are Saint Columbkille Parish, a community of faith celebrating Christ’s presence in us through the Eucharist,
the other sacraments and the preaching of the word of God. To be true to the Gospel we must live our faith every day,
responding to our call to holiness by caring for, encouraging and strengthening each other.”
ADMINISTRATOR:
Rev. Richard W. Fitzgerald
PAROCHIAL VICAR:
Rev. Succès Jeanty
STAFF:
William Healey—Business Manager
Joseph R. Policelli - Director of Music
Michael McNeil – R. E. Assistant (English)
Roberto Mendez – R. E. Assistant (Spanish)
Patricia McShane - Parish Secretary
MASS SCHEDULE
Daily Masses:
Friday
Sunday Masses:
CONFESSIONS:
ADORATION
BAPTISMS OF INFANTS:
7:00 and 9:00 AM
Adoración 6:00 PM; Misa 7:00 PM (Español)
Vigil-Saturday 4:00 P.M. Sunday 7:30, 9:30, 11:15 AM, 12:45 (Spanish) and 5:00 PM
Saturdays from 3:00 to 3:45 PM;
Every First Friday after the 9:00 AM Mass until 11:00 AM
For children under 7- first Sunday of the month (English)- second Sunday (Spanish) at
2:30 PM. Instruction for parents and godparents is required. Call the rectory.
BAPTISM/CONFIRMATION: Adults and children 7 and older who would like to receive these sacraments or
be received into the Church should email [email protected] or call the rectory.
MARRIAGE:
Couples planning marriage should make arrangements SIX MONTHS
prior to wedding date.
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
September 4, 2016
Masses for the Week
Sunday, September 4—23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
(Sat.) 4:00 pm Jacob & Hortencia Sequeira &
Filipe & Maria Assumpta Pinto, Mem.
7:30 am Agnes P. McShane, 18th Ann.
9:30 am Richard H. Fitzpatrick, Mem.
11:15 am Pro Multis Intentionibus
12:45 pm Missa pro Populo
5:00 pm Joseph A. & Grace Grasso, Mem.
Wed. 9:00 am Seamus Doherty, Mem.
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Fri. 7:00 pm Concha Ramirez, 9th Ann.
Sat. 7:00 am Peppina Roffo, Mem.
Sunday, September 11—24th Sunday in Ordinary Time
(Sat.) 4:00 pm Jeremiah J. Sullivan, Jr., 15th Ann.
7:30 am Missa pro Populo
9:30 am Bartley Lydon, 8th Ann.
11:15 am Pro Multis Intentionibus
12:45 pm Santa Diaz & Amparo Sanavria, Mem.
5:00 pm Gerarda Baccari, Month’s Mind &
Domenico & Anthony Baccari, Mem.
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Pro Multis Intentionibus: This week for Baton
Rouge Police Officers Matthew Gerald, Brad Garafola, Montrell Jackson, Mem.; Special Intention Healing
Next week for The Walsh and O’Connell Families,
Mem.; The intentions of Fr. Richard Fitzgerald;
John Lydon, 4th Ann.; John Mee, Mem.
Prayers Are Requested for those who are ill; for
vocations to the Priesthood and to the Consecrated
Life; for married couples and for families; for those
serving in the military especially STAFF SGT. Aaron
Souza (USAF), L/CPL Will Haughey (USMC), PFC1
Kyle Humphreys (USA), SP4 Rory Hanlon (USA),
EN2 (SW) Matthew Kenney (USN), PFC Timothy C.
Barry (USA), 2nd LT Megan Monteiro (USAF), LT
Alex DiBiasie (USA Rangers), Paratrooper Anthony
Liberty, (USA), SGT Michael F. Kieloch (USMC),
CAPT Kyle Timothy Sullivan (USA), Chaplain MAJ
Jeffrey A. Ballou (USAF), Chaplain CAPT James W.
Longe (USAF), L/CPL Gavin Sheehan (USMC); and
for the repose of the souls of the deceased members
of our parish, our families and our benefactors.
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Please Remember the St. Vincent de
Paul Boxes at the doors of the
church as you leave Mass today. The
next meeting will be Tuesday, September 13 at 7:00 pm in the rectory. New
members are always welcome.
In two weeks, there will be a special collection to
benefit the Clergy Health and Retirement Trust which
ensures an appropriate level of care and quality of life
for our 614 Boston priests. Our priests share the good
news, perform good works, and spread good faith.
Remember the priests who have made a difference in
your life, and consider honoring them with a generous
gift to the collection. Thank you in advance for your
prayerful support of this important collection.
Come to the Waters of Healing Retreats. Project
Rachel, the Archdiocesan Program for Women suffering from the effects of abortion, is sponsoring 3
one day retreats on Saturdays, September 24, November 12 and December 3. The Retreats run from 9:00
am—5:00 pm at a confidential location. The one day
retreat is designed to help women hurting from past
abortions experience the personal love of Christ and
find hope for healing. Pre-registration is required. The
requested donation is $10.00 to cover lunch costs. For
more information contact Project Rachel at 508-6513100 or [email protected] “God’s forgiveness knows no bounds.”
This week’s second collection is for Catholic University of America. Please be as generous as your
means will allow.
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A few items of interest from Fr. Fitzgerald:
A new Saint… On Sunday, September 4, Pope
Francis will canonize Mother Teresa of Calcutta at a
Mass in Saint Peter’s Square in Rome. Her selfless
dedication to the poorest of the world lives on in the
religious order she founded, the Missionaries of
Charity. Their ministry now is spread throughout
the world, even in our own Archdiocese. Pope
Emeritus Benedict XV once said that in the midst of
a world full of trouble and turmoil, we can look to
the saints of every generation whom the Lord has
raised up as examples of faith, hope, and charity.
Along with the recently canonized Saint John XXIII
and Saint John Paul II, and now Saint Teresa of Calcutta, we can rejoice in having known those examples in our own lifetimes, knowing that the Lord
never abandons his Church.
A new priest resident… Last weekend we welcomed as a priest resident Fr. Carlo Calleja, a priest
from Malta, who will be pursuing a Doctoral degree
in Theology at Boston College for the next several
years. Judging from the warm welcome he received,
we can believe that he will be happy with us at Saint
Columbkille’s.
RCIA… The Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults will start up again this fall on Sunday, October 2, at 10:00 am in the parish rectory conference
room. The rectory is adjacent to the church on Market Street. The program is for individuals who are
interested in becoming Catholic who have never
been baptized or have been baptized in a Protestant
denomination. Also, it is for Catholics who have not
received the sacraments beyond Baptism. We are
delighted that the instructors for the program
will be Angela and Franklin Harkins a married
couple who are professors at the Boston College
School of Theology and Ministry. They will be
assisted in the instruction by Henry Shea, S.J.,
who is a Jesuit seminarian assigned on the weekend to Saint Columbkille Parish for field experience. Each class is for one hour and will end before the 11:15 Mass each Sunday morning. If you
are interested, please call the parish secretary at the
rectory office (617) 782-5774 to register. You may
also sign up by email [email protected]
Spread the word to anyone you may know who may
have interest.
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On page 6 of this week’s bulletin you will find before and after pictures of St. Mary Magdelene
Church in Petite Rivier, Gaibo, Haiti. The church
was the dream of Fr. Succès’ late mother and now it
has come to fruition. Thanks to the help of so many
this is a beautiful home for God.
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Garden Party at the Starr’s Come celebrate the end
of summer at the Starr’s Saturday, September 10, at 5
p.m. with fellow young adults in their 20s and 30s.
Weather permitting, we will plan to spend the evening
outside on the deck. Andrew and Margaret will provide
burgers and hot dogs; please bring a side dish, a dessert
or a beverage to share. All are welcome! The Starr’s
live at 70 S. Hobart Street in Brighton—less than a half
mile walk from St. Columbkille!
RSVP here: http://gardenparty2016.eventbrite.com
September Restaurant Night J oin fellow young
adults in their 20s and 30s for our next Restaurant
Night! The event will immediately follow the 5
p.m. Mass on Sunday, September 18th, and be held at
the Green Briar (304 Washington St., Brighton). Appetizers will be provided; additional food and drink will
be available for purchase. RSVP's requested so we
have an accurate head count for ordering appetizers.
RSVP here: http://yacrestaurantnite.eventbrite.com
YAC Survey The St. Columbkille Young Adult
Commission (YAC) annual survey will be held the
weekends of Sept 10th/11th and Sept 17th/18th.
All young adults in their 20s and 30s are encouraged to fill out the survey and participate in YAC
events!
The CatholicTV Telethon will be Friday September
9 from 9:00 am—9:00 pm and Saturday, September 10 from 9:00 am—10:00 pm. The Catholic
Daughters will be answering the telephones from 3:006:00 on Friday. Please give us a call and make your
pledge.
35th Annual Lawn Party to benefit Seminarians
Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary in Weston is
hosting its 35th Annual Lawn Party on Wednesday,
September 28th, at 6:00 P.M, on the grounds of the
seminary. This premiere fundraising event is hosted
this year by Bishop Robert Reed. The evening will include a reception and dinner with music. Located on
Route 30 in Weston, the seminary prepares second career candidates, men over the age of 30, for priesthood. The proceeds from the Lawn Party help to keep
tuition costs affordable. For ticket information, please
call the Pope St. John XXIII Development Office
at 781-899-5500, or visit their website www.psjs.edu/
lawn-party . You can make a difference and encourage
the vocations of these men through your support of the
Lawn Party.
First Annual Citywide Walk for Recovery at Artesani/Herter Park, 1175 Soldiers Field Road, Brighton
on Saturday, September 24. Registration at 9:00 am,
Walk begins at 10 am. Event includes recovery speakers, DJ, free t-shirts and opportunity to meet your elected officials. Children and pets are welcome to attend.
To volunteer or to sponsor the event, please contact the
Allston-Brighton Substance Abuse Task Force at 617789-2967 or [email protected]
Join the á Kempis Circle for a day of Spirituality
and Friendship on the First Saturdays of the month October through May at Mount Saint Vincent (Sisters of
Charity), 125 Oakland Street, Wellesley. Mas is celebrated at 10:00 am followed by coffee and a spiritual
discussion led by a priest. Confession and the Rosary
are offered after lunch. The day ends with another
meeting with the priest of the day and concludes about
2:30 pm.
For further information please contact Ann Nickerson
at 617-699-6143 or Diane Sheedy at 781-326-1775
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The Brighton Allston Heritage Museum located in
the basement of the Veronica Smith Senior Center on
Chestnut Hill Avenue in Brighton Center has year
round hours of 11:00 am—3:00 pm Thursdays and Fridays. It’s a great place to bring visitors and it’s airconditioned!
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Catechetical Certificate Program-New and Revised! The Theological Institute at Saint J ohn’s
Seminary would like to introduce our new and revised Catechetical Certificate Program. The program runs one Saturday a month from SeptemberApril. Each month there will be different presenters,
who are specialists in their fields. Visit our website www.theologicalinstitute.org for more details or to
register for the program. The program is open to anyone interested in learning more about their Faith but is
especially beneficial to Parents, Parish Catechists,
Teachers, and Parish Volunteers or Employees
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Please note: No signs or materials are to be put in
the church bookracks or on the doors or walls without permission. Please contact the rectory.
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St. Elizabeth Hospital is in need of Eucharistic
Minister for once a week or once a month. If interested please call Father Salamone at 617-789-2609
Parish Giving
Offertory (August 27/28): $6,331.00
St. Vincent de Paul (August 27/28): $176.00
Thank You for Your Generosity
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Columbkille Parish
Brighton, MA
23º Domingo del tiempo ordinario
Es el comienzo de otro año escolar y los estudiantes de todo
el mundo están decididos a hacer de este año el mejor. Las
buenas intenciones de estudiar, completar todas las tareas y
pasar todas las pruebas quizás no dure mucho, pero quizás
sea suficiente para comenzar el año bien. Las mentes de los
jóvenes necesitan ser alimentadas con grandes retos, información interesante e ideas creativas. Se necesita persistencia, paciencia y determinación para mantener el rumbo, alcanzar metas académicas y tener éxito en la escuela.
El matrimonio requiere un gran compromiso para tener éxito. El día de la boda, las parejas están decididas a tener éxito, y amarse mutuamente para el resto de sus vidas y superar así cualquier problema que pueda venir y los obstáculos en su camino. Pero no es fácil. Las personas pueden perder la paciencia, desanimarse, y perder el sentido de la esperanza y el amor. Se necesita mucha fe, amor, paciencia y
perseverancia para que el matrimonio tenga éxito. Un poquito de apoyo de familiares y amigos tiene mucho valor y ayuda mucho a lo largo del camino.
De vez en cuando, el matrimonio necesita una pequeña revisión para comprobar que todo marcha bien. Es como el chequeo y el mantenimiento que se le da a un vehículo. Hay que
sacar tiempo para revisarlo. Hay que sacar tiempo para recordar los objetivos, renovar la energía y sellar el compromiso una vez más. Programar tiempo juntos, sin los niños,
teléfonos celulares o interrupciones es indispensable para
hablar acerca de la vida, el futuro, los ideales, las metas, las
fantasías y las nuevas ideas. Al igual que una mente joven
ansiosa por aprender, un gran matrimonio necesita ser alimentado y nutrido. Asegúrese de “hacer su tareíta” en el
hogar para mantener y nutrir su matrimonio.
~ James Gaffney, © 2010 Karides Lic. a St. George Publishing
[email protected]
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Tenga en cuenta: No hay signos o materiales se van a
poner en las bookracks iglesia o en las puertas o
paredes sin permiso. Por favor, póngase en contacto
con la rectoría
Por favor, no permita que sus niños viajen solos o el
ascensor para ir al baño solo. Vamos a mantener a
nuestros niños seguros.
1. La parroquia pide a la comunidad que por favor se comuniquen
con la oficina para solicitar una
misa para sus seres queridos que
han fallecido o cualquier otra intencion y traer su donativo a la oficina de la Iglesia.
2. Si hay parejas que quieran casarse por la iglesia
por favor solicitar una copia del volante con los requisitos que contiene toda la informacion para casarse
con el padre Succes o cualquier miembro del comite
de la parroquia.
3. El grupo de jovenes se reune todos los Domingos
a las 11:00 am. Iglesia de abajo para mas informacion
hablar con Andres o Jose.
4. El Grupo de Oracion de la Renovacion Carismatica se reune todos los Sabados a las 5:30 pm en la iglesia de abajo para mas informacion hablar con Edvin
Juarez.
5. Todos los Domingos tenemos la coronilla a la divina Misericordia a las 12:30
pm y antes de la hora santa a las 6:00 pm.
Todos los viernes la misa como de costumbre a las 7:00 pm. Estan cordialmente invitados.
El coro de la parroquia busca mas voces
si hay alguien que pueda cantar y quiere
ser parte de nuestro grupo puede hablar
con El padre Success o Alex Aguirre.
Los padres de familia que quieran registrar a sus hijos
para la catequesis lo puedcen hacer lo antes possible
ya estan abiertas las registraciones por favor hablar
con Roberto Nendez y tambien el curso de RICA
comienza el ultimo domingo de Septiembre para los
adultos mayores de 18 en Adelante que les haga falta
algun sacramento por favor hablar con Edio Galvez
despues de la misa.
En la página 6 del boletín de esta semana se encuentra antes y después de las imágenes de Santa María
Magdalena Iglesia en Petite Rivier, Gaibo, Haití.
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