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Parish of Our Lady of Good Counsel
Parish of Saint Joseph
68 Wanser Avenue
Inwood, New York 11096
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1346 Broadway
Hewlett, New York 11557
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RECTORY OFFICE HOURS
RECTORY OFFICE HOURS
Monday through Friday
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Monday through Thursday 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Saturday - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday - 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Monday through Friday
9:00 AM - Noon
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM to 1:30 PM
MASS SCHEDULE
Monday through Friday - 8:00 AM
Segundo Miércoles de cada mes, a las 7:45 PM
Saturday Evening - 5:00 PM (Vigil for Sunday)
Sunday - 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM Spanish, 11:00 AM
CONFESSIONS
Saturday 4:00 PM
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
Announced in Bulletin or Call 516-239-0953
WEDNESDAY PRAYER SERVICE
MASS SCHEDULE
Monday through Saturday - 8:30 AM
Saturday Evening - 5:00 PM (Vigil for Sunday)
Sunday - 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 Noon
CONFESSIONS
Saturday 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
Announced in Bulletin or Call 516-374-0290 ex 15
Wednesday - 6:15 PM
Miraculous Medal Novena Immediately Following
MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA
FATIMA DEVOTIONS
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
First Saturday 8:30 AM
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
Thursday - 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Saturday following 8:30 AM Mass
Wednesday - 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM through
Friday 9:00 AM
PASTORAL
STAFF
Rev. Thomas M. Moriarty, Jr. - Pastor
Resident Pastor - Parish of Saint Joseph - Hewlett
Administrator - Parish of Our Lady of Good Counsel - Inwood
Rev. Eric Fasano - Resident Associate
Residence - Parish of Our Lady of Good Counsel - Inwood
Rev. Fernando Echeverri
Associate for Spanish Affairs
O.L.G.C.
RECTORY PHONE
516-239-0953
RECTORY FAX
516-239-0386
WEB ADDRESS
ourladygc.wordpress.com
Rev. John Hien
Retired Priest
Rev. Mr. Thomas Costello
Deacon
Rev. George Punti
Weekend Assistant - Spanish Mass
Rev. Joseph Lynch
Weekend Assistant
Rev. Mr. Daniel Otton
Deacon
Rev. Mr. George Bruck - Retired Deacon
The Ministerial Presence of the Sisters of Saint Joseph
SAINT JOSEPH
RECTORY PHONE
516-374-0290
RECTORY FAX
516-374-2598
WEB ADDRESS
saintjoseph-hewlett.org
Father Tom Moriarty - Administrator - Ex. 40
Father Tom Moriarty - Pastor - Ex. 11
Father Eric Fasano - Resident Associate - Ex. 20
Deacon Tom Costello - Ex. 19
Father Fernando Echeverri - Sp. Affairs - Ex TBA
Deacon Dan Otton - Ex. 20
Deacon George Bruck - Ex. 10
Grace Coyne - Parish Secretary - Ex. 10
Eleanor Levy - Parish Secretary - Ex. 10
DM Accounting - Bookkeeper - Ex. 13
DM Accounting - Bookkeeper
Jean Brophy - Director of Music - Ex. 12
Mr. Timothy Remson - Director of Music
Elizabeth McCaffrey - Director of Rel. Ed.
Sr. Kathryn Slevin, CSJ - Director of Rel. Ed.
516-239-0662
Gayle Saldutti - Parish Outreach
516-239-7025
1355 Noel Avenue - Hewlett NY 11557
Phone: 569-6080
Fax: 374-3664
Ann Taranto - St. Vincent DePaul Society
516-569-0834
BAPTISMS - BAUTISMO
Parents are advised to call the
appropriate Rectory for a preliminary interview.
Saint Joseph Parishioners must attend a preparation
class on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7:45 PM
prior to the Baptism. Baptisms are held on the 2nd and
4th Sundays of the month at 1:30 PM.
NUEVOS PARROQUIANOS
Los parroquianos, registran por favor
en la parroquia que asiste.
Si mueve a o lejos de su parroquia, llama por favor la
oficina de su parroquia a decirlos.
Muchas Gracias.
Our Lady of Good Counsel Parishioners are required to
attend a preparation class. To arrange a date call Sr.
Kathy Slevin. Baptisms are celebrated on the 3rd
Sunday of the month at 12:30 PM.
WEDDINGS - MATRIMONIO
The Sacrament of Marriage celebrates the
union of a man and a woman within the Church
Community. We encourage those planning a marriage
to contact the appropriate Parish before booking the
Reception Hall. All plans with the Parish should be made
at least 6 months prior to anticipated date so proper
preparations, including Pre-Cana
and FOCCUS can be made.
The bride or groom must be members of Our Lady of
Good Counsel Parish or St. Joseph’s Parish.
Los padres necesitan llamar Padre Fernando por una
fecha y por una clase.
NEW PARISHIONERS
Please register at the appropriate Rectory.
If you are moving within or outside the Parish
Please inform the appropriate Parish office
Por favor, llama la oficina siete meses antes de hacer
una fecha. Necesita tomar clases de
“Pre-Cana.” y “FOCCUS”.
Sixth Sunday
of Easter
Sexto Domingo
de Pascua
Just as the origins of Lent have to do with accompanying
people in the final stages of preparation for baptism at
Eastertime, so does the structure of the Easter season help
the newly received Catholics take root in the community.
This is the season of “mystagogy,” which means
“reflection on the mysteries.” This means that new
Catholics are remembering the sacraments by which they
become one with us, and are sorting out the
implications for their everyday life. They can
understand the excitement of Cornelius and
his family in the first reading, filled with the
Holy Spirit, and so eager to begin their new
life that they overwhelm St. Peter. The second reading and the Gospel today likewise
help our new brothers and sisters explore
their new life as an experience of God’s tender love.
Long ago, our tradition named these newly baptized adults and children the “neophytes,” from Greek
words meaning “newly planted.” Newly planted in the
garden of faith, they look to us to provide the fertile soil
in which their new life can take root and grow. You can
help. If you have “neophytes” in your parish, a card or
note of welcome, or warm words of congratulation, are
still timely. It’s Easter!
El día 15 de mayo los campesinos de Ichocán, Perú
adornan sus yugos, y las puertas de sus casas con el
fruto de sus cosechas en honor a San Isidro
Labrador. Muchos países Latinoamericanos celebran
esta fiesta. En un continente donde la agricultura es
tan importante no hay que sorprenderse de la
importancia de este santo español del siglo XII.
Además San Isidro se parece a mucha
gente de Latinoamérica: es de padres
campesinos, de familia pobre y religiosa,
no fue a la escuela, quedó huérfano y se
empleó como peón de campo, ayudando
en la agricultura.
Se casó con María la cual también
llego a ser Santa. Tuvieron un hijo. Los
tres fueron reconocidos como piadosos y generosos.
Gracias a Dios, la santidad se encuentra en todo tipo
de persona. Los casados y padres y madres de
familia también llegan a ser santos. Después de su
muerte en 1130 se descubrió que su cuerpo estaba
milagrosamente incorrupto. En 1622 el Papa
canonizó a este humilde campesino junto con
algunos grandes religiosos como Santa Teresa, San
Ignacio, y San Francisco Javier.
—James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos‑Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Sunday—May 13
8:30-Frank Tufariello
10:30-Frieda Greco, Louise Pizzino & Leda Bassalay, Linda
DeLuca, Vittoria Tedesco, Constance Popelaski, Rachel
Cavanagh.
12 Noon –The Parishioners of Saint Joseph
Monday-May 14
8:30–Mother’s Day Novena
Tuesday– May 15
8:30-Mother’s Day Novena
Wednesday-May 16
8:30-Mother’s Day Novena
Thursday-May 17 (Ascension of the Lord Holyday)
8:30-Mother’s Day Novena
7:30PM-Joseph E Sweeney Sr & Marguerite
Drouet Sweeney
Friday-May 18
8:30-Mother’s Day Novena
Saturday—May 19
8:30-Mother’s Day Novena, Loretta & Patrick Collins
5:00-Maria Gutierrez and Dositeo Alvarado
Sunday –May 20
8:30-Sal Gialombardo
10:30-Mother’s Day Novena, Lillian Bain, Joseph DiPeri,
Francesco & Francesca Artusa, Thomas Cavaliere.
12 Noon–The Parishioners of Saint Joseph
MONDAY – May 14th
8:00AM - Nicky Vacchio
TUESDAY– May 15h
8:00AM - Richard Kuzda
WEDNESDAY - May 16th
8:00AM - Easter Novena
6:30PM - Congrega Novena
7:30PM - Spanish Mass
THURSDAY - May 17th
8:00AM - Purgatorial Mass
6:30PM - Congrega Novena
7:30PM - Ascension Thurs.
FRIDAY - May 18th
8:00AM - Maria Tavello
6:30PM - Congrega Novena
SATURDAY - May 19th
10:00AM Congrega Mass and Procession
5:00 PM Catherine DeSibio
SUNDAY - May 20th
8:00 AM People of the Parish
9:30 AM David Colon
11:00 AM Palma J. Vacchio & Family, Gina Capone,
Filomena Dellacamera, Carmella
(Dolly) Squitieri
PRAY FOR THE SICK
Saint Joseph
Altar Bread and Wine
In Memory of:
Thorne & Offermann Families
Requested by:
The Offermann Family
Sanctuary Candles
In Memory of:
Lena Prendergast
and Sebastiana Strada
Requested by:
John Prendergast
Altar Flowers
In Memory of:
Millie Penna
Requested by:
Rinaldo Penna
OUR LADY OF
GOOD COUNSEL
Altar Candles
In Memory of:
Giocondino Rinaldi
Requested by:
Mr. & Mrs. Mario Longo
Altar Flowers
In Memory of:
Kevin Laffaye (5yr. Anniv.)
Requested by:
Denise Carroll
It was not you who chose me,
but I who chose you
and appointed you to go and bear fruit.
— John 15:16
Mariann Legrow
Judianne Legrow
Maureen Cori
Joseph Smyth
Susan Vibona
Baby Jonathan Davi
Loretta Stanisz
Andrea Lund
Joseph Posa
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Ray Hummel
Marilyn Hummel
Bunni Davi
Anthony Sourras
Linda Mancuso
Kevin Ledwith
Raymond Rizzo
Brian Rein
Joseph O’Brien
Richard Von Buttgereit
Antonio Bosques
Vinny Moraglia
Martin J. Stamile
Lauren Thornton
James A Schmidt
Ronnie Kennedy
Enzo Vacchio
Donna Marrow
Marie Super
Joan Stanton
Mitch Kraeling
Daniel Hourihan
Maria Artusa
Dominick Consolazio
Josephine Gioiosa
Ethel Veal
Eileen McKenna
Margaret Knopf
Lisa Agoado
Debbie Martino
Pat Hayes
Raymond Mayle
Francis Agunzo
Francis Mimms
Kevin Power
Kathleen Power
Dom Giannone
Marilyn Bruck
Nick Aloi
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Concetta Aloi
Esta Nuzzolo
Thomas Lieber
Terry Rogers
Carol Kenn
Mary Kuzda
Lillan Hurley
Mary Bianco
Grace Murphy
Kitty Mancuso
Names will be printed for three consecutive weeks
unless the rectory is notified otherwise.
No son ustedes los que me han elegido,
soy yo quien los ha elegido
y los ha destinado para
que vayan y den fruto.
— Juan 15:16
SUNDAY COLLECTION
Last Year
$7,059
This Year
$6,406
Envelopes
265
Catholic Schools $ 764
Weekly Collection Goal Per Week $7000.00
PLEASE HELP US REACH OUR WEEKLY GOAL
$8000
$7500
$7000
$6500
6521
$6000
6406
5805
$5500
5938
$5000
THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH
Sunday—May 13
Happy Mother’s Day!!
Monday—May 14
RCIA 7:30-8:30PM
Tuesday—May 15
AA 12-1PM-CB
Yoga 9-11AM-CB
Wednesday- May 16
AA 7:30PM-CAFE
SVDP 9:15-11AM; 6:45-8:30PM-AH
Creative Yarn Group 1-3PM-MTG ROOM
K of C 8:30PM-YC
Thursday-May 17
ASCENSION OF THE LORD-HOLYDAY
Friday-May 18
AA 7:30PM-CAFÉ
YOGA 9-11AM-CB
Saturday—May 19
Altar Server Mtg. 10:30AM-CHURCH
Sunday-May 20
MAD MONEY RAFFLE DRAWING!!!
$4500
04/15
04/22
04/29
Payroll
LAC O
Pride Plumbing
Optimum TV/Phone/Net
Total Bills for the Week
05/06
5705.82
950.00
297.00
372.25
WEDDING BANNS-SAINT JOSEPH
I John Vitale, Jr (Brooklyn, NY) and
Tara Agro (St. Joseph, Hewlett, NY)
BAPTISMS:
Ryan Elizabeth Wulff
7325.07
2013 DAILY MASS BOOK FOR ST. JOSEPH
Will be available on Wednesday, March 14, 2012
for anyone wishing to make mass arrangements for
their loved ones. Please come to the Rectory
DURING OFFICE HOURS ONLY. There will
be a limit of five (5) masses per family. Please
note the offering for any announced masses effective 2013 is now $20 and unannounced masses remain at $10. Also, there are still some masses available for the 2012 calendar year.
Knights of Columbus
Father Farrell Council #5962
Golf Outing
We will be hosting our 4th Annual Gold Outing
on Thursday May 24th at the Inwood Country Club. This
is a major fundraiser for our council and without your
support we can not do the things we do for the Five
Towns Community. Please consider coming to the outing. If you can not attend or do not play golf please consider purchasing a tee-sign or flag. Please look for our
advertisement in this bulletin.
How Do I Become a Knight?
If you are interested in joining the Knights of
Columbus you can speak with someone from our membership committee. You can call Frank Ruta 516-7715050, Chris Faust 347-229-8092, Peter Chiofolo 516791-4828 or Paul Raphael 516-652-3975 for more information or email us at [email protected]
May 24th
June 6th
Upcoming Events
Golf Outing
Business Meeting
Open to All
Member’s Only
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION REGISTRATION
AT SAINT JOSEPH’S PARISH
Fill out form below and mail to rectory, or drop in
collection basket on Sunday,
with your check ($100 per ticket).
You will receive your ticket in the mail.
Name ________________________________________
Address_______________________________________
City ___________________________________________
State _______________ Zip _______________________
Grades K thru 8. If you did not register your child
last year and would like to register him/her for the
2012/2013 school year, please call 569-6080 or
come to the Religious Education Office during office hours at 1355 Noel Ave, Hewlett, NY on Mondays thru Thursdays from 10am till 2pm. If you
are registering your child for the first time WE
MUST HAVE A COPY OF THEIR BAPTISMAL
CERTIFICATE. In order to make First Holy communion, the child must complete 1st and 2nd grade
religious instructions.
Phone Number _________________________________
Number of tickets: __________________________
Please make checks payable to Saint Joseph’s Church
This Week in our Parish
May 5th and 6th
Attendance: 647
1st Collection: $2, 940.00
2nd Collection: $ 204.00
Catholic Elementary
St. Vincent de Paul $575.00
Please help us continue the great work of
Our Lady of Good Counsel
Monday May 14th
English as a second language 6-7PM in the
Church Hall (This class is full, but if you are interested for the next one, please leave your name
and phone number at the rectory)
Legion of Mary and RCIA in Spanish 7-9PM
Wednesday May 16th
No Prayer Service Today
6:30PM Congrega Novena
7:30PM Spanish Mass
Thursday May 17th
1-2 PM Eucharistic Adoration & Benediction
$4000
Charismatic Prayer Group 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
$3500
Congrega Novena - 6:30PM
7:30 PM English Mass for Ascension Thurs.
$3000
$2500
$2000
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7
5
7
2
8
3
2
2
8
2
3
2
9
4
0
Friday May 18th
Congrega Novena - 6:30PM
Saturday May 19th
10:00 AM Congrega Mass and Procession
$1500
10:30 Congrega Feast
$1000
$500
04/15
04/22
04/29
05/06
Sisters of St. Joseph at OLGC
PAYROLL (BI-WEEKLY)
Delage (Copy Machine Maintenance)
Designs by Delia (web site)
Total Bills for the Week
6,219.00
250.00
60.00
6529.00
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
UPDATE - OLGC
Please be advised that we are actively looking for a new Religious Education Director
for OLGC Parish. As soon as
someone is hired, and logistics can be
worked out, registration will take place. Please be patient
with us during this time of transition.
Thank you for your understanding.
As was announced, the Sisters of
Saint Joseph will be leaving Our Lady
of Good Counsel Parish this summer.
An opportunity to prayerfully thank
them for their loving devotion to our
parish family will take place
July 1st at the 11:00 AM Mass
followed by a reception in
the Church Hall.
Anyone interested in assisting with
this celebration please leave your
name and phone number at the rectory, or email [email protected]
with your information.
THANK YOU ! ! !
Congrega Novena Schedule
Wednesday, May 16th there will be NO prayer service. There will be a 7:00PM Mass in English and
8:00PM Congrega Novena.
Thursday May 17th There will be NO Adoration.
There will be a Spanish Mass at 7:30PM and
8:15PM Congrega Novena.
Friday, May 18th 8:00PM Congrega Novena
Saturday, May 19th 10:00AM Congrega Mass
and Procession. 10:00AM - 3:00PM Congrega feast.
Coffee and Cake will be served in the Church Hall.
All are welcome.
2012 PARISH SCHOLARSHIP
APPLICATION
Name: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Address: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Phone Number: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
College Attending in September:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
High School Attending: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1. If already in college, please submit your last
year’s academic report.
2. Please write a short paragraph on the back of
why you are deserving of a scholarship.
3. Please list your involvement in the community.
You will be asked to submit documentation of
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this.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE
4. You may submit one or two letters of recom7:30 AM Mass on Sunday
has been moved to 8:00 AM.
mendation with this application. This application
must be returned to the parish office, at the above
The 8:30 Mass en espanol
has been moved to 9:30 AM.
address, in a sealed envelope. Please indicate on
There will be no change to the 5:00 PM on
the outside of the envelope, “Parish Scholarship”.
Saturday, or the 11:00 AM on Sunday.
All applications must be returned to the rectory
Thank you for understanding.
before May 13, 2012. NO LATER.
Good Luck to you and God bless you.
The Rosary Society of Our We hope to offer four or five scholarships. If there
is enough money in the fund, we would also like
Lady of Good
to offer a continuing scholarship to past recipients
Counsel
throughout their four years at college. This would
be dependent upon the recipient maintaining a B
Will continue to sell their
average or better. Again, if there is enough money,
June Calendar Raffle after
each mass THIS WEEKEND. You will also or if we do not receive a sufficient number of apbe able to purchase them at the rectory. plications, we then would offer a scholarship
award to a student entering their senior year in a
The coast of the raffles are,
Catholic High School. (An active parishioner, al1 for $10 or 2 for $15. There will be a
ready attending college, may also apply.)
winner everyday throughout
* Any parishioner may contribute to this fund by
the month of June.
using the envelope provided to you four times a
You can win more than once,
year or by using any envelope and indicate,
name gets put back in the drawing.
“Parish Scholarship” on it. We thank all those
GOOD LUCK TO ALL !!!!!!
who have donated to the scholarship fund which
will assist our dedicated and faithful youth with
their higher education.
MOTHER’S DAY SPIRITUAL BOUQUET CARDS
Remember your mother on Mother’s Day, May 13th, with a Spiritual
Bouquet Card. (available at church exits in both parishes) Deposit your
donation envelopes in TODAY’S collection basket or drop them off at
the Rectory during office hours.
We will then remember your loved ones at our Novena of Masses.
FEAST OF
THE
ASCENSION
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Thursday, May 17, 2012 is the
Feast of the Ascension of the Lord,
a Holy Day of Obligation.
Masses will be celebrated at Saint Joseph’s
on Thursday at
8:30 AM and 7:30 PM.
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Masses will be celebrated at OLGC
Wednesday Night at 7:30 in Spanish
and on Thursday at
8:00 AM and 7:30 PM,
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The rectories of both parishes will be
CLOSED in honor of the Holyday.
If you don’t receive collection
envelopes, but would like to,
please call the rectory office of
the parish you attend Mass.
Please call during office
hours and we will be
happy to help you.
Thank you.
St. Joseph Church
Conference
Angela’s House
569-0834
Our Lady of Good Counsel Church
Parish Outreach
516-239-7025
Hours
Monday - Wednesday - Friday
9:30 -11:30
Hours: Wed 9:15-11:00 a.m.
Wed 7:00-8:30 p.m.
[email protected]
Sixth Sunday of Easter
In the Gospel today, Jesus says to us, “This is my commandment: love one
another as I have loved you…You are my friends if you do what I command you.”By
your gift to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul you fulfill this commandment.
Week of May 13th
Pantry Wish List--Saint Joseph - Hewlett
Canned corn
Tuna
1 pd bags rice
Toilet Tissue
CerealCanned
fruit
Spaghetti sauce/spaghetti
Thank You
Key Food Save a Tape Program
Continues in 2012
Your stamped Key Food register tapes add up very
quickly and we receive a 1% rebate every time we
submit $1000 in receipts.
REMINDER
Due to space limitations at Angela’s House, we
are unable to accept clothing or household
donations. Please place all donations, other than
non perishable food, in the St. Vincent de Paul
bins in the parking lot of St. Joseph’s Church.
Thank you.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Acts 1:15-17, 20-26; Jn 15:9-17
Acts 16:22-34; Jn 16:5-11
Acts 17:15, 22 — 18:1; Jn 16:12-15
Acts 1:1-11; Eph 1:17-23 or Eph 4:1-13
[1-7, 11-13]; Mk 16:15-20
Acts 18:9-18; Jn 16:20-23
Acts 18:23-28; Jn 16:23b-28
Acts 1:15-17, 20a, 20c-26;
Ps 103;1 Jn 4:11-16;
Jn 17:11b-19
Our Lady of Good Counsel
Food Pantry Wish List
Week of May 13th
At This Time We Ask For These Items:
Pasta Sauce, Hamburger
Helper, Rice -a -Roni, Cake Mix,
Cereal, Pancake Mix, Jelly,
canned fruit Mustard and or
Ketchup
Please contact Gayle Saldutti,
at phone number above, to
make arrangements to drop off
donated items for Outreach.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
Miércoles:
Jueves:
Viernes:
Sábado:
Domingo:
Hch 1:15-17, 20-26; Jn 15:9-17
Hch 16:22-34; Jn 16:5-11
Hch 17:15, 22-18:1; Jn 16:12-15
Hch 1:1-11; Sal 47 (46); Efe 1:17-23
o Efe 4:1-13 [1-7, 11-13];
Mc 16:15-20
Hch 18:9-18; Jn 16:20-23
Hch 18:23-28; Jn 16:23b-28
Hch 1:15-17, 20a, 20c-26; Ps 103
(102); 1 Jn 4:11-16; Jn 17:11b-19
Saint Joseph - May 19 - 20
EM’s / LECTORS
SAT
5:00
PM
SUN
8:30
AM
Lector
L.S.
OLGC - May 19 - 20
A. Yenna
EM
Cup
Cup
Cup
Cup
Deacon
D. Crowley
D. Otton
M. DeGregoris
M. Cleary
L. Costello
D. Otton
Lector
L.S.
EM
Cup
Cup
Cup
Cup
Deacon
M. Renna
M.E.McGroary
A.Zafonte
C.Quaranto
C.Simmons
T. Molinaro
T. Tourneux
H. McNeil
S. Pesantez
G. Papini
L. Loria
SUN
10:30
AM
SUN
12:00
NOON
K. Amato
Lector
L.S.
EM
Cup
Cup
Cup
Cup
Deacon
T. Anthony
SAT
5:00
PM
SUN
8:00
AM
LECTOR
MINISTER
SERVERS
Andy Fuentes
Kate Mohedano
LECTOR
MINISTER
SUN
9:30
AM
Perry Vacchio
Jece Abuan
Maria Zabaleta
F. Iovino
SUN
11:00
H.R./N.H. Teams 3
Lector
L.S.
EM
Cup
Cup
Cup
Cup
Deacon
EM’s / LECTORS
SERVERS
AM
LECTOR
MINISTER
Sydney Cfuentes
Valentina Jaco
Mass Schedule for May 19 - 20
O. Giannotti
T. Costello
J. Giordano
A. Gorman
A. Juliano
T.Costello
J. Reyes
M. Casavecchia
T. Lepkowski
H. Offerman
R. Offerman
V. Scherzinger
J. Palmese
C. Failla
Saint Joseph - Hewlett
Saturday - 5:00 PM - Fr. Eric Fasano
Sunday - 8:30 AM - Fr. Tom Moriarty
Sunday -10:30 AM - Fr. Eric Fasano
Sunday -12:00 PM - Fr. John Hien
Our Lady of Good Counsel - Inwood
Saturday - 5:00 PM - Fr. Joseph Lynch
Sunday - 8:00 AM - Fr. Joseph Lynch
Sunday 9:30 AM - Fr. F. Echeverri
9:30 AM Mass celebrated in Spanish
J. DeMarsico
S. Torbati
R. Torbati
Sunday -11:00 AM - Fr. Tom Moriarty
Schedule may change without notice.
REST IN PEACE
Rose Tolfa, Armando Nozzolillo
Angelina Ciraolo
MILITARY PRAYER LIST
Please pray for the following
members of the
United States Military
serving throughout the world.
Ch. Col. Mark P. Rowan, Chaplain USAF,
Ellen Gorman Porter, Air Nat’l Guard; PFC Peter Jon Sormilic
Jennifer Gorman, USAF; Jeremy Cohen, US Army,
Major Susan A. Romano, USAF, PFC Andrew Young USMC
Lt. Christopher Healy,USMC; Frank Sabella, Jr. USAF;
Sgt. Joseph Meyer, US Army; Alex Park, USMC
Sgt 1st Class Jean E. Michaud, US Army;
Trevor Nordin, USAF; Kevin Sanchez, USAF;
Lcpl. Ryan Carriddi USMC, Cpl. William Andrejack, USMC;
Michael Lembo; Cpl. Keith M Flick, USMC;
Lcpl. Edward J. Vinogroski, USMC; John Burns:
Christopher Vardaro, US Army; PFC Joshua Hernandez;
Thomas Curran USMC; Adam J. Moreau, US Army
SPL Ernie Mari, US Army; PO Robert McNeill, USN;
Sgt. Jennifer Riddle, US Army; Bryan A. DiPrima USN;
Gerald Acosto, US Army; Matthew Redden;
William Kearney, USMC; PO Andrew L. DeMarsico, USN
2Lt. Paul S. Conrad, US Army; Lt. Matthew Lipsky, USN
James Yeager, USMC Rct. ; Lcpl Anthony J. Martin, USMC;
Sgt. Gerard Sweet, US Army; Lcpl Andrew Michels, USMC,
Cpl. Francis J. LaBarbera US Army, Patrick Kelly, USMC
PVT Richard Andersen US ARMY; Bryan Polifrone - USAF
1st Lt. Josef Kaplan US Army,Anthony D. Boe, USAF
Pvt, Michael J. Agunzo, US Army; PFC Ryan Burkett, USMC
SPC Michael Zervos USArmy
If you, or a loved one, would like to be included on this list,
please E-mail Father Tom Moriarty at [email protected]
Every great religious
revival in America
has led to an advance in civil rights—
from the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights
to the end of slavery and the
pursuit of racial equality. But
all this has been achieved in
the face of established power
structures strongly and often
violently opposed to these
rights. So this is a time for
choosing—choosing whether as
Catholics we will stand together
to keep open the doors of religious liberty. If we do so, then
we will make possible the next
great awakening in America
that will bring us closer to
building that culture of life and
civilization of love about which
John Paul II so often spoke.
~ Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson, Address to the National Catholic Prayer
Breakfast (April 19, 2012)
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Cada gran
renacimiento religioso
en Estados Unidos ha
llevado a un avance en
los derechos civiles, desde la
Declaración de la Independencia y la Declaración de Derechos al fin de la esclavitud y la
búsqueda de la igualdad racial.
Pero todo esto se ha logrado
enfrentando a las estructuras
de poder establecidas opuestas
fuerte y a menudo violentamente a estos derechos. Por
tanto, este es un momento
para elegir —elegir si como
católicos permaneceremos juntos para mantener abiertas las
puertas de la libertad religiosa.
Si lo hacemos, entonces haremos posible el próximo gran
despertar en Estados Unidos
que nos acercará aún más a la
construcción de esa cultura de
la vida y civilización del amor
de las que tan a menudo hablaba Juan Pablo II.
~ Caballero Supremo Carl A. Anderson,
Discurso ante el Desayuno católico nacional de oración (19 de abril de 2012)
ized saints who was married, Isidore and his wife Maria
are patron saints of farmers. At meals today, give thanks
for farmers who grow our food.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Joy and Friendship: The Final Commandment
Today’s Readings: Acts 10:25–26, 34–35, 44–48;
Psalm 98:1, 2–3, 3–4 (See 2b); 1 John 4:7–10; John
15:9–17. Today Jesus tells his friends his purpose in
coming: “that my joy may be in you, and that your joy
may be complete” (15:11). Because Jesus set his eyes set
on joyful loving, he endured the cross; the Passion wasn’t
redemptive simply because it was painful. Suffering and
joy seem like strange companions, but Jesus promises we
can both suffer and be joyous.
We may not think of ourselves as being God’s delight, but that seems to be what Jesus says. We are more
often filled with doubt or self-recrimination, and that
must grieve the heart of God. Furthermore, Jesus calls
those gathered for his Last Supper not servants but
friends (15:15), and we know from the
beloved Lenten story of raising Lazarus
what friendship with him means. It gives
us the freedom to speak as plainly as Martha did (“there will be a stench!”). It motivates us to act not from fear as a slave
might, but from eagerness to please a
friend.
Indeed, Jesus does not ask for brilliance, daring exploits, or superhuman
feats. Instead, he commands, “Abide in
my love,” enjoying a restful peace and
security. His commandment is not to jump
through hoops, trying to please, but to
love each other. Not that it’s easy. Loving
can be fraught with difficulty. But it bears
eternal fruit.
This Week at Home
Monday, May 14
Feast of Saint Matthias
Today’s Readings: Acts 1:15–17, 20–26; Psalm 113:1–2,
3–4, 5–6, 7–8 (8); John 15:9–17. All we know about
Matthias is found in today’s reading from Acts: he is chosen by prayer and by lots to replace Judas, taking up the
mission Jesus gave the apostles. We also are called to
walk with the Lord Jesus and to witness to his Resurrection.
Tuesday, May 15
Saint Isidore (1070–1130)
Today’s Readings: Acts 16:22–34; Psalm 138:1–2ab,
2cde–3, 7c–8 (7c); John 16:5–11. Born in Madrid, Saint
Isidore, whose optional memorial we may celebrate today, was a simple peasant who lived an ordinary life,
working for a large landowner. He was known for generosity to those poorer than himself. One of the few canon-
Wednesday, May 16
How Could We Ever Repay?
Today’s Readings: Acts 17:15, 22—18:1; Psalm 148:1–
2, 11–12, 13, 14 (Alleluia); John 16:12–15. During the
tragic shooting in Tucson, Arizona, in January of 2011,
some made heroic efforts to protect others, and died doing so. Imagine being a survivor whose spouse or friend
died saving your life. You would want to live in a way
that honored the person and the gift. Christ gave his life
to save ours. The Spirit of truth in today’s Gospel can
show us how to make some small repayment in our lives.
Thursday, May 17
If Celebrating the Ascension Today
Today’s Readings: Acts 1:1–11; Psalm 47:2–3, 6–7, 8–9
(6); Ephesians 1:17–23 or 4:1–13; Mark 16:15–20. Today’s solemnity is not about Jesus’ absence or about saying good bye, but rather
his continued presence among us. Ephesians 1:23 explains that Christ fills the
universe, so we must learn to expect him
at every turn. It’s a great day for a picnic
or procession, burning incense, and celebratory music.
Friday, May 18
Saint John I
Today’s Readings: Acts 18:9–18; Psalm
47:2–3, 4–5, 6–7 (8a); John 16:20–23.
Pope John, whose optional memorial we
may celebrate today, served from 523 to
526. He walked a difficult line between
his own orthodoxy and Theodoric, ruler of
Italy, who embraced the Arian heresy.
Theodoric sent him to Constantinople to persuade the
Byzantine Emperor to soften his harsh treatment of
Arians in that region. On his return John was imprisoned
at Ravenna, where he died. Jesus’ words in today’s Gospel would have given comfort: “So you have pain now;
but I will see you again, and your hearts will rejoice” (16:22).
Saturday, May 19
Joy after Sorrow
Today’s Readings: Acts 18:23–28; Psalm 47:2–3, 8–9, 10
(8a); John 16:23b–28. In today’s Gospel, Jesus promises
his disciples that joy will eventually eclipse suffering,
just as the joy of a child coming into the world replaces
the pain of childbirth. He says, “On that day you will ask
nothing of me” (16:23). But in the meantime, we will
need to ask for help, and he invites us to ask the Father in
his name. “Ask and you will receive . . . ” (24).
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Domingo 13 de mayo de 2012
Alegría y amistad: el último mandamiento
Lecturas del día: Hechos 10:25–26, 34–35, 44–48;
Salmo 98:1, 2–3, 3–4 (Ver 2b); 1 Juan 4:7–10; Juan
15:9–17. Hoy Jesús revela a sus amigos el propósito de su
venida: “Les he dicho esto para que participen de mi alegría y
sean plenamente felices” (15:11). A pesar de que Jesús tenía
sus ojos en el amor gozoso, sufrió la muerte en la cruz; la
pasión no fue redentora simplemente porque fue brutalmente
dolorosa. Los dos contrastes parecen ser compañeros extraños,
pero Jesús nos promete que podemos a la vez sufrir y
experimentar el gozo.
Tal vez no nos veamos a nosotros mismos como el placer
de Dios, pero esto es precisamente lo que Jesús parece decir.
La mayoría de las veces estamos llenos de duda y nos
recriminamos a nosotros mismos y esto debe de causar dolor al
corazón de Dios. Aún más, Jesús no llama siervos, sino
amigos, a quienes estaban reunidos con Él durante la Última
Cena (15:15), y sabemos por medio de la muy querida historia
cuaresmal sobre la resurrección de Lázaro, lo
que la amistad significa para él. Nos da la
libertad para hablar sencillamente como Marta
lo hizo (“ya apesta”). Esto nos motiva a actuar
no con el miedo que un siervo puede tener,
sino con el deseo de complacer a un amigo.
En verdad, Jesús no pide genialidad,
hazañas riesgosas o éxitos sobrehumanos.
Todo lo contrario, él manda, “permaneced en
mi amor,” gozando de una paz tranquilizante y
de seguridad. Su mandamiento no es de saltar
barras, tratando de complacer, sino el de amar
el uno al otro. Y no es fácil. Amar puede traer
consigo dificultades. Pero produce fruto
eterno.
Esta Semana en el hogar
Lunes 14 de mayo
San Matías Apóstol, fiesta
Lecturas del día: Hechos 1:15–17, 20–26; Salmo 149:1b–2, 3–
4, 5–6a, 9b (Aleluya); Juan 15:9–17. Lo que sabemos de
Matías se encuentra en la lectura de hoy en Hechos de los
Apóstoles. Fue escogido por medio de la oración y la suerte
para reemplazar a Judas, tomando la misión que Jesús dió a los
apóstoles. También a nosotros se nos llama a caminar con el
Señor Jesús y dar testimonio de su resurrección.
Martes 15 de mayo
San Isidro Labrador
Lecturas del día: Hechos 16:22–34; Salmo 138:1–2ab, 2cde–3,
7c–8 (7c); Juan 16:5–11. Nacido en Madrid, España, San Isidro
era un campesino sencillo que vivía una vida ordinaria,
trabajando para un gran propietario. Fue conocido por su
generosidad hacia los pobres como él y es uno de los pocos
santos canonizados que estaba casado. Isidro y su esposa María
son los patronos de los campesinos. Hoy, dé gracias por los
campesinos que cultivan nuestra comida.
Miércoles 16 de mayo
¿Cómo podemos recompensarle?
Lecturas del día: Hechos 17:15, 22—18:1; Salmo 148:1–2, 11–
12, 13, 14 (Aleluya); Juan 16:12–15. Durante el tiroteo en
Tucson, Arizona, en enero de 2011, por proteger a los demás
algunos murieron en el intento. Imagínese como uno de los
sobrevivientes cuando su esposa o amigo murieron salvando su
vida, viviría de tal manera que su testimonio honrara su amor y
valentía. Igualmente, Cristo dio su vida para salvarnos. El
Espíritu de verdad en el Evangelio de hoy nos muestra cómo
podemos hacer sacrificios en nuestra vida por amor.
Jueves 17 de mayo
Si hoy celebran la Ascensión del Señor:
Lecturas del día: Hechos 1:1–11; Salmo 47:2–3, 6–7, 8–9 (6);
Efesios 1:17–23 ó 4:1–13; Marcos 16:15–20. La solemnidad de
hoy no es acerca de la ausencia de Jesús o su despedida, sino
su continua presencia entre nosotros. Efesios 1:23 explica que
Cristo llena el universo. Es buen día para un picnic o una
procesión, encender incienso y música de celebración.
Viernes 18 de mayo
San Juan I, memoria opcional
Lecturas del día: Hechos 18:9–18; Salmo
47:2–3, 4–5, 6–7 (8a); Juan 16:20–23. El Papa
Juan I, tuvo dificultades con Teodorico,
gobernante de Italia, quien acogía la herejía
Arriana. Teodorico lo envió a Constantinopla
para persuadir al emperador bizantino de
suavizar su trato de los arrianos en su región.
A su regreso, Juan fue encarcelado en Ravena,
donde murió. Las palabras de Jesús le habrían
dado consuelo: “Así ustedes ahora están
tristes; pero los volveré a visitar y se llenarán
de alegría, y nadie les quitará su
alegría” (16:22).
Sábado 19 de mayo
El gozo después del dolor
Lecturas del día: Hechos 18:23–28; Salmo 47:2–
3, 8–9, 10 (8a); Juan 16:23b–28. En el
Evangelio de hoy, Jesús promete que el gozo
eventualmente eclipsa al sufrimiento. Jesús promete, “Aquel
día no me preguntarán nada” (16:23). Mientras tanto,
necesitamos pedir ayuda y Jesús nos invita a pedirle al Padre
en su nombre. “Pide y recibirás . . .” (24).
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TODAY’S READINGS - LECTURAS DE HOY
THE PRESENCE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
We have a unique episode in the Acts of the
Apostles today. A whole roomful of people are baptized with the Holy Spirit before they are baptized
with water! The verb used—“the Holy
Spirit ‘fell’ on them” (Acts 10:44)—is
characteristic of the way the Spirit works
throughout the book of Acts: powerful
and surprising. Though this “baptism” is
not the normative way the New Testament
describes baptism, it is still a good reminder today that the Holy Spirit is not
controlled by whether or not we pour water, but rather that our sacramental signs
reveal the presence of the Spirit at work among us.
And we have a double reinforcement of how this
work is accomplished from a Letter and a Gospel
bearing John’s name. It is love, self-sacrificing and
self-giving love, that manifests the Spirit of Jesus in
our midst. It is love that is the greatest of commandments. The Spirit is manifested equally through
those who live in that love.
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LA PRESENCIA DEL ESPÍRITU SANTO
Hoy tenemos un episodio único en los Hechos de
los Apóstoles. ¡Un grupo de personas que llena una
habitación es bautizado con el Espíritu Santo antes de que
se bautizaran con agua! La palabra que se usa
para describir el suceso: “el Espíritu Santo
descendió sobre ellos” (Hechos 10:44), es
característica de la forma en que el Espíritu
obra en todo el libro de los Hechos: de manera
poderosa y sorprendente. Aunque este
“bautismo” no es la norma para describir el
bautismo en el Nuevo Testamento, es sin
embargo un buen recordatorio de que el
Espíritu Santo no está controlado por si hemos
vertido el agua o no, sino que nuestros signos
sacramentales revelan al Espíritu presente y obrando entre
nosotros. Y tenemos un doble refuerzo de cómo esta obra
se lleva a cabo en la carta y el Evangelio que llevan el
nombre de Juan. Es el amor, el auto sacrificio y el amor de
entrega, que manifiestan al Espíritu de Jesús entre
nosotros. El amor es el más grande de los mandamientos.
El Espíritu se manifiesta también a través de los que viven
en ese amor.
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