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245 North Main Street, Spring Valley New York 10977
CHURCH OF SAINT JOSEPH
245 North Main Street, Spring Valley New York 10977
20TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - AUGUST 17, 2014
PARISH WEBSITE
www.stjosephspringvalley.org
Pastor
Parochial Vicar
Parochial Vicar
Parochial Vicar:
Associate Priest
Chaplain Malankara
Indian Community:
Deacon
Parish Secretary
Day Receptionist
Evening Receptionists
PREP Director
PREP Ast. Director
RCIA Director
Music Director
SERVED BY
Rev. Levelt Germain
Rev. Patrick Adekola
Rev. Cyprien Emile
Rev. Robert L. Rodriguez
Rev. William Cleary
Bishop T. Naickamparambil
Jose Pena
Adanayri Caamano (Denise)
Djena B. Abraham
Elsami Santos
& Francine Vincent
Maureen Foley
Alicia Lima
Sr. Celia
Mark La Rosa
PARISH OFFICE(RECTORY)
333 Sneden Place West, Spring Valley, NY 10977
OFFICE HOURS:
9:00am-8:00pm(Monday-Friday)
CLOSED FROM 12:00PM-1:00PM FOR LUNCH
9:00am-5:00pm(Saturday) & 9:00am-2:00pm(Sunday)
CONTACT US:
Rectory:
Telephone: 845-356-0311
Fax: 845-352-8126
Main Church Email:
[email protected]
Music Director:
[email protected]
Parish Secretary:
[email protected]
Religious Education:
[email protected]
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekday: 9:00 am and 5:30 pm in the church
Saturday : 9:00am in the church
Saturday Vigil Masses in the Church: 5:00pm(English) ..
& 7:30pm(Spanish)
Sunday in the Church: 7:30am,9:00am, 10:15am, 11:30
am, 1:00pm (Haitian) and 5:30 pm
Sunday in the Chapel: 9:45 am (Polish) & 1:15 pm (English)
Sunday in the gym:: 11:00 am (Spanish)
Indian Masses: Malankara Mass Sunday at 4:30pn
(Chapel)
DEVOTIONS
M IRACULOUS M EDAL N OVENA :
Monday 9:00am Mass followed by the Novena
O UR L ADY OF P ERPETUAL H ELP N OVENA & B ENEDICTION
Wednesday at 8:00pm
H AITIAN L EGION DE M ARIE
Friday 4:45pm (rectory)
Saturday at 9:30 am (rectory)
E XPOSITION OF THE B LESSED S ACRAMENT
Thursday at 8:00pm-10:00pm (Chapel)
Friday at 9:00am-5:00pm
(Divine Mercy Chaplet & Benediction )
S AINT J EROME S OCIETY B IBLE C LASS
Wednesday (In Creole) at 7:30pm-9:00pm
Thursday (In English) at 7:30pm-9:00pm
SACRAMENTS
BAPTISM:
Baptism Instruction Class for Parents and Godparents
2nd and 4th Wednesday of the Month in English at 7pm in the Rectory
3rd Friday of the month in French/Creole at 7:00pm in the Rectory Chapel
4th Friday of the month at 7:30pm in the School Building
Baptisms Celebrated on:
The 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month in English at 12:30pm
The 3rd Saturday of the month in French/Creole at 12:30pm
The 4th Saturday of the Month in Spanish at 2:00pm
To schedule a Baptism please contact the Rectory office for more information at
845-356-0311. You must provide your child’s Birth Certificate.
RECONCILIATION: Saturday from 12:00pm-12:30pm and from 4:30pm-5:00pm
in the Church. You may come to the Rectory Monday through Friday and request to
speak to the Priest on duty.
ANNOINTING OF THE SICK: Please contact the parish office at any time and make
arrangements with one of our Priests. In cases of illness, please notify us if you or a family member would like to receive Holy Communion at home, hospital or nursing home to
make arrangements.
MARRIAGE: Please contact our parish office at least 6 months prior to your scheduled
wedding date, to schedule a meeting with one of our Priests . In your initial meeting with
the Priest couples must bring the following documents: Baptismal Certificate, First
Communion Certificate and Confirmation certificate.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: Sacramental preparation for First communion and Confirmation is offered for Public School students in grades 1 through 10. All children
should be registered before attending class. For further information please call 845-
356-0054.
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION (RCIA) FOR ADULTS: A process of Liturgical and Spiritual formation for those seeking to receive the sacraments of Baptism,
Confirmation and Eucharist. For more information contact our Parish Office.
MISSION STATEMENT:
“The permanent quality of this church dedicated to St. Joseph reminds us that
Christ will remain with his People until mortal time ceases. It will be to this church
that parishioners will bring their lives filled with both joy and sorrows and join them
to Christ, who offers the perfect sacrifice to the Father. It will be from this church
that Grace of the Sacrament will radiate for the building-up of the kingdom and for
the sanctification of souls. It will be at this church where people will find nourishment and strength, communion and peace, unity and friendship.” John Cardinal
O’Connor.
Saturday , August 16, 2014 (Saint Stephen of
Hungary; BVM)
9:00am +Nancy Mirsky
5:00pm Eketia & Immaeula Jean Baptise
(Birthday)
Sunday, August 17, 2014
7:30am +Maricia Valeur.
9:00am +Mary Camobreco
10:15am +Christopher Dave Nelson
11:00am +Zelina Dorceus
11:30am Elias Santiago (Healing)
1:00pm Chantal Lauture (Birthday)
1:15pm for all our Homebound parishoners (Healing)
5:30pm In thanksgiving to Jesus
Monday, August 18, 2014
9:00am Chantale Lauture (Birthday)
5:30pm Carline Dorce (Thanksgiving to St. Jacques)
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 (Saint John Eudes, Priest)
9:00am Maryse & Frantz Justafort (Thanksgiving)
5:30pm +Philomene Millien
Wednesday, August 20, 2014 (Saint Bernard, Abbot and
Doctor of the Church)
9:00am Marie Anne Gantier
(Thanksgiving to the Holy Family)
5:30pm Private Intention (Thanksgiving)
Thursday, August 21, 2014 (Saint Pius X, Pope)
9:00am for all our Parish Priest
5:30pm +Damian Rosas Pelayo
Friday, August 22, 2014 (The Queenship of the Blessed
Virgin Mary)
9:00am +Jeffrey Akasala
5:30pm +Gary Loubean
Saturday, August 23,2014 (Saint Rose of Lima, Virgin;
BVM
9:00am Lensdarly Dieujuste (Thanksgiving & Blessing)
5:00pm Pierre Gerard Fleurimond (Birthday)
Sat. Vigil, Saturday , August 16, 2014
5:00pm: Judeline Rouzard
Sunday, August 17, 2014
7:30am: Margaret Osborne
9:00am: Marco Oglivie
10:15am: Melchor Molina
11:30am: B. Palmentiero
1:00pm: To be announced
1:15pm: Lydia Makgopela
5:30pm: Luz Ancheta
Sat. Vigil, Saturday , August 16, 2014
5:00pm: Olga Freeman & Thomas
Ridore
Sunday, August 17, 2014
7:30am: Cristina Jacobs & Juana Billy
9:00am: Gerry Leote, Helen Esposito & Marie Morency
10:15am: Carlina Molina, Fely Carrera & Tony Carrera
11:30am: Luis Guignard, Jean Millien & Colette Theodore
1:00pm: Ernise lecorps, Edeline Garland & Rose Millien
1:15pm: Jeanine FongGing
5:30pm: AnnMarie ,DumelCeleste Pena & Chantale Celestin
ETERNAL REST
GRANT UNTO THEM, O LORD!
We kindly request your prayers for the repose of Christopher Dave Nelson & Zelina Dorceus. We express
our deepest sympathy to their families. Eternal rest grant
unto them O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May
they rest in peace. May the souls of all the faithfully departed
through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen
Eden Azor, Samson Bernard, Lea Bellefleur, Ines Berjon,
Frantz Bernadin, Marie Claire Blain, Frantz Gregory
Boursiquot, Bonnie Calkins, Linn Carrera, Lina Carrera, Anne
Casimir, Lillian Ciufo, Diane Cole, Edgar Collins, Bernadette
Claude, Juliette Cruz, Marie Dempaire, Gladys Desmanghes, Marie Destin,
Marie Dunae, Marie Rosanna Edmond, Felino Escudero, Carol Gigillo, Javier
Gonzalez, Demitria Greenidge, Lina Joseph, Eduardo Francis Kelly, Marie
Th. Lafontant, Marie Pierre Louis, Marie Louis, Gilma Madera, Shana
Mallette, Jean Marci, Elizabeth Marescot, Jessie Mompoint, Marie Mompoint,
Ana Moreira, Emmanuela Valescot Mathieu, Jasmine Narcisse, Theresa
Novak, Harold Jean-Pierre, Marie Poulard, Lamercie M., Andrea Remy, Joel
Remy, David Rosario, Elias Santiago, Myriam Senat, Edith Vilsaint, Vickie
Wallace and all our homebound parishioners and the residents of our local
Nursing Homes. To add or remove a name to this list please call the
rectory and speak with Denise Caamaño.
If you are new in the parish, please
introduce yourself after Mass and
register at the Parish office. Kindly
notify us if you change your address
or phone number. Thank You.
EUCHARISTIC MINISTER TO THE HOMEBOUND
Gerry Leote, Marie Douyon, Jim McGuire, Anne Marie
Dumel, Jacqueline Sanon , Annette Fredericque, Edwige
Joseph, Thomas Ridore , Jean-Claude Dubuisson,
Wilhelmena Wolk and Chantal Thevenot
Dt.16:17 “Every man shall
give as he is able, according to
the blessing of the Lord your
God that he has given you.”
Saturday/Sunday Regular Collection
August 9th & 10th ,2014 : $12,571.00
Thank you for your generosity.
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
CONGRATULATIONS TO THOSE WHO
WILL BE UNITED IN HOLY MATRIMONY
"This human communion is confirmed, purified,
and completed by communion in Jesus Christ, given through the
sacrament of Matrimony. It is deepened by lives of the common
faith and by the Eucharist received together.”
TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN
ORDINARY TIME
First Reading: Isaiah 56:1, 6-7
The Lord wants all people to love
and honor his name. He says that those who honor him by
obeying all of his laws will be “made joyful in my house of
prayer.”
Second Reading: Romans 11:13-15, 29-32
Paul describes his hopes that his fellow Jews will follow the
example of the Gentiles he has been preaching to. He claims
that just as God has mercy for their disobedience, he wishes
to show mercy to the Jews as well.
Gospel: Matthew 15:21-28
A Canaanite woman begged Jesus to help her daughter, who
was being plagued by a demon. Jesus at first refused her and
said that “My mission is only to the lost sheep of the house of
Israel.” The woman was so persistent that Jesus said she had
great faith and then he healed her daughter.
THE FAITH OF A CANAANITE WOMAN
The Reward of Faith
Jesus answered, "O woman, your faith is great; be it done
for you as you wish." Jesus certainly knew this about the
woman's faith. Great faith brings great rewards. This took
courage. It took commitment. It took a spirit that refused
to be deterred. Her faith was tested and passed the test. The
apostles received a lesson that they would remember.
Our faith needs to have endurance as well. To endure, we
must have the confidence in Jesus as this woman had. We
Saint Joseph’s Children's After School Program
Beginning September 2014
For information please contact:
Parish Office at 845-356-0311
Parish Religious Education Office at845-356-0054
are told, "Therefore, do not throw away your confidence,
which has a great reward. For you have need of endurance,
so that when you have done the will of God, you may
receive what was promised. " (Hebrews 10:35-36)
When that day was over, and this mother held her daughter
in her arms, free at last from the cruel bondage she had
suffered, and reflected on the events of that day, how do
you suppose she felt? The Messiah had pronounced her
faith as "great". He had answered her request for her
REGISTRATIONS FOR
2014-2015 RCIA ARE NOW OPEN
For Adults and Young Adults 17 years old or older seeking to fully
initiated into the Catholic Church through the Sacraments of: Baptism, Confirmation or Eucharist Registration Forms will be available during the months of July and August with Mrs. Alicia Lima in
the PREP Office and with Ms. Denise our Parish Secretary in the
Parish Office (Rectory). Our RCIA Coordinator, Sr. Celia will be
back the first week of September.
daughter's healing. She had not let the others persuade her
to give up. And, even at that darkest moment when it
seemed as if she would not find the answer she desired, she
pressed on. So, how did she feel at day's end? She had only
asked for crumbs from the Master's table. She instead had
received a feast. You can be sure she felt fine. It had been a
very good day.
VIGÉSIMO DOMINGO EN
TIEMPO ORDINARIO
Primera Lectura: Isaías 56:1, 6-7
El Señor quiere que la gente lo ame y honre su nombre. Dice a
aquellos que lo honran y obedecen todas sus leyes: “los haré
felices en mi casa de oración.”
Segunda Lectura: Romanos 11:13-15, 29-32
Pablo describe sus deseos de que los judíos seguirán el ejemplo
de los gentiles a quienes él ha estado predicando. Asegura que
así como Dios tiene misericordia por su desobediencia, él
también desea demostrar piedad a los judíos también.
Programa de Niños de la Parroquia de San José
(Despues de Clases)
Comenzando Septiembre del 2014
Para información por favor comuníquese con:
La Oficina de Educación Religiosa al 845-356-0054
Evangelio: San Mateo 15:21-28
Una mujer cananea le ruega a Jesús ayudar a su hija, a quien se
le ha metido un demonio. Jesús se rehusa al principio y dice:
“Dios me ha enviado solamente a las ovejas perdidas del pueblo
de Israel.” Pero la mujer era tan persistente que Jesús dice que
tiene gran fe, y luego cura a su hija.
Cuántas angustias y necesidades experimentamos en la vida. El
dolor nos visita, los problemas abundan, las tristezas nos
sofocan. ¡Ten compasión de mí, Señor! Es el grito del alma a un
Dios que siente lejano.Sin duda, buscamos una respuesta
inmediata. Y nos desalentamos si no llega. ¡Cuántas veces
pedimos y, quizás, sin resultado! ¿Por qué Dios no nos escucha?
Nos desconcertamos, llegamos a dudar de Dios y hasta nos
desesperamos. ¿No será que Dios nos pone a prueba? ¿Hasta
cuánto resiste nuestra fe? Espera un poco. Insiste. Dios
permite esa angustia para purificar tu intención, para que sigas
creyendo en Él aunque no te atienda a la primera. La mujer
cananea del evangelio seguía a Jesús gritando. Los discípulos
perdieron la paciencia y obligaron a Jesús a detenerse para
atenderla. Nos sorprende la primera reacción de Cristo.
¿Acaso no se conmovió su Corazón, lleno de misericordia?
Desde luego que sí. Pero prefirió esperar y ver hasta qué punto
la mujer confiaba en Él. Como su fe era grande, Jesús le dijo
finalmente: "que se cumpla lo que deseas". En las dificultades
de este día, hacer un acto de fe y
pedir con confianza la ayuda de
Dios. Señor, sólo con la fe, la
humildad, la confianza y la
perseverancia en nuestra oración, a
pesar de todas las dificultades –
como la mujer cananea– es como
penetramos hasta el corazón de Dios
y sólo así es como escuchas nuestras
plegarias.
El Comité Guadalupano de la Iglesia de San José
Te invita participar en la primera Kermes para recaudar
fondos para la celebración de Nuestra Señora La Virgen
de Guadalupe *Emperatriz de las Américas*
El día 31 de Agosto despues de
todas las Misas
En los perímetros de la Iglesia de
San José.
245 North Main St. Spring Valley
Trae a toda la familia y disfruta de los platillos típicos
Latinos y Antojitos Mexicanos.
Aguas frescas, tacos, tostadas, chicharrones, elotes y mas
….mmmmm!
!TODOS ESTAN INVITADOS!
1ère lecture : Dieu accueille les étrangers qui viennent le
prier (Is 56, 1.6-7)
Parole du Seigneur : Observez le droit, pratiquez la justice.
Car mon salut est approche, il vient, et ma justice va se révéler. Les étrangers qui se sont attachés au service du Seigneur
pour l'amour...
Psaume : Ps 66, 2b-3, 5abd, 7b-8
R / Dieu, que les peuples t'a ccl ame nt !
Qu'ils t'acclament, tous ensemble !
Que ton visage s'illumine pour nous ;et ton chemin sera connu sur la terre, ton salut, parmi toutes les nations. Que les
nations chantent leur joie, car tu gouvernes le monde avec
justice ; sur la t...
2ème lecture : Le rôle des Juifs dans la nouvelle Alliance
(Rm 11, 13-15.29-32)
Frères, je vous le dis à vous, qui étiez païens : dans la mesure
même où je suis apôtre des païens, ce serait la gloire de mon
ministère de ...
Evangile : Jésus exauce la prière d'une étrangère (Mt 15,
21-28)
Jésus s'était retiré vers la région de Tyr et de Sidon. Voici
qu'une Cananéenne, venue de ces territoires, criait : « Aie
pitié de moi, Seigneur, fils de David ! Ma fille est tourmentée
par un démon...
Un cri, des cris
Quand les mots ne suffisent plus, ou, pire, n’existent pas
pour exprimer tout ce qui serait à dire, le silence ou le cri de
l’homme deviennent soudain plus forts que toutes les paroles. Jésus s’était retiré au pays de Tyr et de Sidon. Comme à
son habitude, le voilà à l’écart de la terre où il annonçait la
Bonne Nouvelle. Un cri déchire le silence de son repos. Un
cri semblable à ces cris qui nous dérangent chaque jour et
déchirent le silence de nos déplacements dans les transports
en commun. Le cri d’un pauvre, d’un malade, d’un mendiant
ou d’un mourant, un cri à nul autre pareil, qui va jusqu’à glacer le sang, qui remet chaque être humain en face de son humanité et de ses responsabilités. Il va jusqu’à détourner de
leur chemin ceux qui passent, parce qu’ils entendent, dans ce
cri, un appel, la dernière parole possible pour un être humain.
Le cri de la Cananéenne est de cet ordre. « Aie pitié de moi,
Seigneur, fils de David ! » Ces mots touchent le cœur des
disciples et le cœur de Jésus. La souffrance de cette femme
les prend aux entrailles. Les disciples intercèdent pour elle. Et
Jésus engage le dialogue avec cette femme, qui vient à sa rencontre alors qu’elle n’est même pas du peuple d’Israël, auquel
il est envoyé. Devant l’insistance de cette mère, devant la
grandeur de la foi de cette femme, Jésus se laisse toucher, il
répond à son attente. La guérison de sa fille devient signe
pour les disciples que la Bonne Nouvelle déborde déjà les
frontières d’Israël. Un cri déchire le silence et ouvre un vaste
avenir au rayonnement de la Bonne Nouvelle.
Samedi 6 Septembre 2014
Journée de Pèlerinage à La Salette.
Pour réservation, contactez les personnes suivantes :
Larosie Jacques, Paulette Cadet, Fritz Joseph, Jacqueline
Sanon
Saint Joseph «Children’s after Care Program » débute le mois
prochain. Pour informations, prière de contacter le Presbytère
au (845) 356-0311
E XPOSITION OF THE
B LESSED S ACRAMENT
 Every Thursday at 8:00pm10:00pm ( Stone Chapel in Spanish)
 Every Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm & (Divine Mercy
Chaplet & Benediction
S UMMER WITH J ESUS
 Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Call the
PREP office to register and for more information.
C HAR I STIMAC P RAYER G ROUP
 English, Monday at 7:30 pm (Chapel), Spanish, Friday:
7:30 pm (Chapel), Creole, Sunday at 6:15 (Church)
Spanish Choir Rehearsals
 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Choir Room 12
from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Elite Woman Meeting
 Tuesday’s and Friday's 8:00pm-9:00pm in the Gym
Nigerian Mass
 August 17th 3:00pm in the Main Church
Youth Talent Show
 August 24th 7:00pm-11:00pm in the Gym
Saint Lorenzo Ruiz Mass & Novena
 August 26th at 8:00pm in the Main Church
Blessing of All Students & Teachers
 August 30th & 31st during all the Masses
In order to facilitate use of the Church, School and
Chapel for our many ministries, please schedule your
events in advance with the rectory.
THE QUEENSHIP OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN
MARY AUGUST 22,2014
O Mary Immaculate Queen, glorious Queen of the Universe,
most powerful Virgin, merciful Mother of a merciful God and
refuge of sinners, we consecrate ourselves to thy Royal and
Immaculate Heart.
It is through thee that Jesus Christ our King has come into
the world to save it. It is also through thee that He is to reign
over the world.
In order to obtain this great benefit for ourselves and all
mankind, we come to thy feet to consecrate to thee our
persons, our lives, all that we are, all that we have, all that we
love. Keep us, enlighten us, dispose of us, reign over us.
May all hearts and all homes willingly proclaim thee as their
Immaculate Queen.
O Mary Immaculate Queen, look down upon this distressed
and suffering world. Thou knowest our misery and our
weakness. O Thou who art our Mother, saving us in the hour
of peril, have compassion on us in these days of great and
heavy trial.
MASS READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Ez 24:15-24; Mt 19:16-22
Jesus has confided to thee the treasure of His Grace, and
through Thee He wills to grant us pardon and mercy. In these
hours of anguish, therefore, thy children come to Thee as
their hope.
Tuesday: Ez 28:1-10; Mt 19:23-30
Wednesday : Ez 34:1-11; Mt 20:1-16
Thursday: Ez 36:23-28; Mt 22:1-14
Friday: Ez 37:1-14; Mt 22:34-40
Saturday: Ez 43:1-7a; Mt 23:1-12
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POPE FRANCIS
PRAYER INTENTIONS AUGUST
2014
 Refugees. That refugees, forced by
violence to abandon their homes, may find
a generous welcome and the protection of their rights.
Oceania. That Christians in Oceania may joyfully announce
the faith to all the people of that region.
We recognize thy Queenship and ardently desire thy triumph.
We need a Mother and a Mother's Heart. Thou art for us the
luminous dawn which dissipates our darkness and points out
the way to life. In thy clemency obtain for us the courage and
the confidence of which we have such need.
Most Holy and Adorable Trinity, Thou Who didst crown with
glory in Heaven the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the
Savior, grant that all her children on earth may acknowledge
her as their Sovereign Queen, that all hearts, homes, and
nations may recognize her rights as Mother and as Queen.
Amen.
MARY IMMACULATE QUEEN
Triumph and Reign!

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