Weekly Offering - St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church


Weekly Offering - St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
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]
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 TatumKodzai, Martha Torres-Nunez, Thai Trinh,
Diana Wake.
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
Apr 5
Sun 8:30 am
Apr 6
Sun 11:00 am
Apr 6
Sun 2:00 pm
Apr 6
Fr. McNair
Fr. McNair
Fr. McNair
Fr. McNair
Deacon Pius
Deacon Pius
Deacon Pius
Deacon Pius
Sam Lamblin
Zach Jett
Julia Jett
Andrew Deucher
Jack Deucher
Gerard Trinh
Mary Etowski
Noah Klotz
C Gonzalez
Anthony Vazquez
Alexis Santos
Julian Martinez
Lane Bergstrom
laura Gollehon
Don Goetz
Jeff Gollehon
Ed Herman
Bob Klug
John Buchholz
Maureen Malone
P. Kassebaum
Tim Dwyer
Bob Fazio
Thai Trinh
Bruno Zoanelli
Chip Stires
Joni Baggett
Heidi Etowski
Wayne Etowski
Brenda Stroker
Patricia y
Guillermina y
D. Gollehon
Janice Jett
Rob Deucher
Chris Parillo
Karin Zoanelli
Kristofer Ulrich
Luis Garcia
G Rincon
Meets the third Thursday of every month.
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
"The Bread of angels has become the Bread of mankind; This heavenly Bread puts an end to all images;
O wonderful reality! The poor, the slave, and the
humble can eat the Lord." —St. Thomas Aquinas,
Panis Angelicus
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.
To him all the prophets bear witness, that everyone who
believes in him will receive forgiveness of sins through his
name. — Acts 10:43
Readings for the Week of March 27, 2016
a) Gn 1:1—2:2 [1:1, 26-31a]; Ps 104:1-2, 5-6,10,
12, 13-14, 24, 35; or Ps 33:4-7, 12-13, 20-22;
b) Gn 22:1-18 [1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18]; Ps 16: 5, 8-11;
c) Ex 14:15 — 15:1; Ex 15:1-6, 17-18;
d) Is 54:5-14; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13;
e) Is 55:1-11; Is 12:2-6;
f) Bar 3:9-15, 32—4:4; Ps 19:8-11;
g) Ez 36:16-17a, 18-28; Ps 42:3, 5; 43:3-4 or Is
12:2-3, 4bcd, 5-6 or Ps 51:12-15, 18-19;
h) Rom 6:3-11; i) Ps 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23; Lk
Acts 2:14, 22-33; Ps 16:1-2, 5, 7-11; Mt 28:8-15
Acts 2:36-41; Ps 33:4-5, 18-20, 22; Jn 20:11-18
Wednesday: Acts 3:1-10; Ps 105:1-4, 6-9; Lk 24:13-35
Acts 3:11-26; Ps 8:2, 5-9; Lk 24:35-48
Acts 4:1-12; Ps 118:1-2, 4, 22-27; Jn 21:1-14
Acts 4:13-21; Ps 118:1, 14-21; Mk 16:9-15
Acts 5:12-16; Ps 118:2-4, 13-15, 22-24;
Rv 1:9-11a, 12-13, 17-19; Jn 20:19-31
Saints and Special Observances
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
Monday within the Octave of Easter
Tuesday within the Octave of Easter
Wednesday within the Octave of Easter
Thursday within the Octave of Easter
Friday within the Octave of Easter;
First Friday
Saturday within the Octave of Easter;
First Saturday
Mass Intentions for the Week of March 28th
Mass Intention
Requested by
Mar 28
Mar 29
† Joseph Tantillo
Mar 30
Steve O’Brien
Joan O’Brien
Mar 31
Nancy M.
John Kinane
Apr 1
George S.
The Fredericks
Apr 2
† Jonathan Loftis
Apr 2
Apr 3
† Jack Childress
Apr 3
Apr 3
John & Paul
Alice Pardy
Bernhard & Lewis
Flores Family
Todd Faker
Jane Via
Childress Family
Father Andrew’s Prayer Intention for March
That the Lord may bless our parish school, St. John Paul II, with
an enrollment of 200 students for the coming academic year.
The Mass Book is open to schedule Mass Inten ons for April,
May, and June. If you would like to schedule a Mass for a loved
one call the office. The weekday Mass s pend is $10.
Mass Schedule
Week Days: 12:00 pm Noon
Wednesday: 7:00 pm in Spanish
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
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
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Wednesday and Friday: Recited at 3:00 pm
Week Days: 11:15 am to 11:45 am
Saturdays: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm to 1:45pm
Weekly Offering
Week ending March 13, 2016
Collection for the 2nd Sunday ……......……...………..…......$10,229
Same week last year…..…………………...………….…….…$9,533
Attendance 5 PM:……………….……..…………………….….....264
Attendance 8:30 AM: …...…......................................................230
Attendance 11 AM: ………..…..………………….……………….434
Attendance 2 PM Spanish:…….....….……………………………160
Parish News
Easter Office Closings
The Parish Office is closed
through Easter Monday.
We will reopen on Tuesday,
March 29th to serve you.
St. John Paul II Catholic School
will be closed this week and
will reopen after the Easter
Break on Monday, April 4th.
Religious Education Class Schedule
No Classes on Easter Sunday, March 27th.
April 3rd RE classes are moved to 3—4pm.
Students and parents to attend Divine Mercy Devotions that day
Class back on normal schedule Sunday, April 10th.
We will celebrate
Divine Mercy
Sunday April 3rd
from 3—4pm
with a Procession,
Recitation of
the Divine Mercy
Chaplet, Private
Confessions, and
St Anthony of Padua Women's Guild will present "Mystery
Monday" for their April 11th meeting. The "Mystery" will
begin after the noon Mass in the Parish Hall. You will want
to be there, so pack your lunch and join the Guild on
Apr.11th. Remember, the hostesses for the meeting will
provide drinks and dessert. All women of the Parish, and
their guests, are invited." You won't want to miss this meeting!
Outdoor Stations of the Cross
Thomas is asking for sponsors to dedicate each Station.
to. Please consider donating to his project by contacting
[email protected]
St. John Paul II Catholic School Summer Camp—Register Now! “Around
the World Expedition Adventure” will be in session from June 13—July 1. We
are now enrolling campers who will be entering PreK-4 through 8th Grade in the
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Registra on is now open! Ignited By Truth Speaker
Series Friday Evening, April 22, 2016 7:00-9:30pm
St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, Cary. Jeff
Cavins, Founder of The Great Adventure Bible Studies,
presents two talks: “The Modern Day Disciple” and
“Mary and the Gi of Mercy”. Music between talks
by Dana Catherine, Catholic Songwriter. Sea ng is
Limited! $10 online or $15 at the door while seats are available.
Save the Date! Ignited By Truth Next Full Conference February 2425, 2017 Raleigh Conven on Center, “Bringing to light the truth of
the teachings of the Catholic Church and igni ng in all hearts a love
for the Faith” Bishop Michael F. Burbidge, Vigil Mass Celebrant and
Homilist Speakers to be announced soon! www.IgnitedByTruth.org.
We welcome the newest members of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
who were received into the church last night at the Easter Vigil Mass.
Edward George Philip Albrecht III
Jessica Avrail Gianna Albrecht
Lindley Ann Jane Frances Fleury
Sarah Ruth Bernadette Floyd
Dejonna Ashley-Starr Adelaide Groff
Blake Daniel Apollonius Hampton
Christa Michelle Claire Laughter
Jennifer Leigh Pia Morris
Heather Lee Margaret Nelson
Heidi Seoul Dymphna Sloulin
Hunter David Paul Smith
Easter 2016 
Special thanks to everyone
listed below who contributed
towards the Easter Flowers
surrounding the altar.
These gifts were made in
memory of loved ones.
Mr. & Mrs. John Adams
Mrs. Sheila Atherholt
Mr. and Mrs. Guenther Baerje
Mr. & Mrs. James Bahler
Mr. & Mrs. Jacinto Balderas-Tiujillo
Mr. Stephen Baltus
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Barbera
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Benway
Mrs. Lane Bergstrom
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Bichl
Ms. Patricia Bissonnette
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Blank
Mr. & Mrs. James Braunscheidel
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Briggs
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Brown
Mrs. Chleyon Brown
Mr. & Mrs. Ricahrd Carballada-Azar
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Casnellie
Mrs. Bertha Cochrun
Mr. & Mrs. James Coggins
Mrs. Eleanor Colangelo
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Conway
Mr. & Mrs. Zach Corke
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Cottam
Mrs. Anne Dandar
Mrs. Ruth Davies
Mrs. Maureen Ann Deceuster
Mrs. Rosemary Dietrichson
Mr. John Dellay
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Dominie
Ms Theresa Doherty
Mr. Calvin Ebert
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Eddy
Mrs. Bertha Effler
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Etowski
Mr. Robert Fazio Jr.
Mrs. Janet Fisher
Mrs. Gloria Finch
Mr. & Mrs. Tomas Flores
Mr. & Mrs. Willard Formyduval
Mr. & Mrs. Bryen Freigo
Mrs. Florence Gaeta
Mr. & Mrs. Jose Garcia-Abundis
Mr. & Mrs. Rutilo Garcia
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Geisert
Mr. & Mrs. Carl Giambelluca
Mr. & Mrs. John Gillis
Ms. Kathryn Giquinto
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Goetz
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Gonet
Mr. & Mrs. William Gozzi Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Francis Guillen
Mrs. Arthur Gula
Mr. & Mrs. William Hammond
Mr. Charles Headen
Rev. Msgr. Frank Hendrick
Col. & Mrs. Delbert Hicks
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Jones
Mr. Thad Jones Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. David Kilpatrick
Mr. John Kinane
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Klug
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kohut
Mrs. Bette Krzyzanowski
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Lafayette
Mr. & Mrs. John Larose
Mr. & Mrs. Loran Leck
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Lee
Mrs. Agnes Lemieux
Mrs. Margaret Little
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Lopiccolo
Mr. & Mrs. Chester Maccio
Mr. & Mrs. Richard McCary
Mr. & Mrs. Chester Maccio
Mr. & Mrs. Denis Malone
Mr. & Mrs. Pasquale Mastandrea
Dr. Fred McCashin
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick McDonald
Capt. & Mrs. Aaron McKenney
Mrs. Yvonne McKenzie
Mr. & Mrs. John McMahon
Mr. & Mrs. Peggy McNeil
Mrs. Barbara Michetti
Mrs. Teresa Milazzo
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Monk
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Nealon
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Noelke
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Nowicki
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Nuti
Mrs. Sherri Ogorek
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Papp
Ms. Karen Peters
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Plezia
Deacon & Mrs. Thomas Porter
Mrs. Rosaria Pratapas
Mr. & Mrs. Wendell Putnam
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Quinlan
Mr. & Mrs. Marcial Ramirez-Mendez
Mr. & Mrs. Myron Rice
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Richard
Ms. Guadalupe Rincon
Mrs. Jean Rizzi
Mrs. Rita Rocchi
Ms. Madeline Roman-Yetman
Ms. Rita Rowley
Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel Roy
Mr. & Mrs. George Ryan
Mr. & Mrs. Franz Scheuermann
Dr. & Mrs. Marc Schoenfield
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Scott
Ms. Nancy Secura
Mr. & Mrs. Carl Sellers
Mr. Raymond Slywka
Mr. & Mrs. Denis Smetana
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sousa
Mr. & Mrs. Willaim Stalsitz
Mr. & Mrs. John Stanik
Mr. & Mrs. John Staunton
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Stewart
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis St. Louis
Dr. & Mrs. Steven Strobel
Mrs. Genevieve Stuber
Mrs. Mary Sullivan
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Tansey
Mrs. Rita Mae Taylor
Mrs. Christen Thayer
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Thibdeau
Mr. George Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Francisco Torres-Nunez
Mr. & Mrs. Angelina Turbeville
Ms. Geraldine Turk
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Wells
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Wenz
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Winslow
Mr. & Mrs. David Wolff
Mr. & Mrs. Bruno Zoanelli
La Divina Misericordia
El 3 de abril Domingo, es la festividad
a la Divina Misericordia, por tal motivo, la misa se llevará a cabo a
la 1:00pm.
Muy importante también para los padres con hijos en la doctrina; solo por
este domingo 3 de abril, las clases serán
a las 3:00 pm en la iglesia con la intención de que todos los niños participen en esta gran celebración.
El mensaje no es nada nuevo, es sólo un recordatorio de lo
que la Iglesia siempre ha enseñado: que Dios es misericordioso, que Él perdona, y que nosotros también debemos ser
misericordiosos y perdonar.
Pero en la devoción a la Divina Misericordia este mensaje
asume un nuevo enfoque poderoso, ya que nos llama a una
comprensión más profunda de que el amor de Dios no tiene
límites y que está disponible a todos, especialmente al pecador más grande: Cuanto más grande es el pecador, tanto
más grande es el derecho que tiene a Mi Misericordia
(Diario, 723). Algunos de los elementos de este nuevo enfoque incluye una imagen sagrada del Salvador Misericordioso, varias oraciones nuevas y una abundancia de promesas.
Pero los elementos principales son: la confianza y las obras
de misericordia.
La historia del origen y de la difusión del mensaje de la
Divina Misericordia y de su devoción por todo el mundo, resulta ser fascinante. Comprende apariciones y revelaciones
extraordinarias, respuestas milagrosas a oraciones, una escapada dramática de una Polonia devastada por la guerra,
una prohibición temporal del culto por la Iglesia y el fuerte
apoyo del Papa Juan Pablo II, que muy probablemente será
llamado por los historiadores "el Papa de la Misericordia."
Las tres "S" de la Misericordia
Oración para obtener la Divina Misericordia¡ Oh Dios de gran misericordia! bondad infinita, hoy toda la humanidad clama,
desde el abismo de su miseria, a Tu misericordia, a Tu compasión, oh Dios; y grita
con la potente voz de la miseria. Dios indulgente, no rechaces la oración de los
desterrados de esta tierra. Oh Señor, bondad inconcebible que conoces perfectamente nuestra
miseria y sabes que por nuestras propias fuerzas no podemos ascender hasta Ti, Te imploramos, anticípanos Tu
gracia y multiplica incesantemente Tu misericordia en nosotros para que cumplamos fielmente Tu santa voluntad a
lo largo de nuestras vidas y a la hora de la muerte. Que la
omnipotencia de Tu misericordia nos proteja de las flechas
de los enemigos de nuestra salvación, para que con confianza, como Tus hijos, esperemos Tu última venida, ese día
que conoces sólo Tú. Y a pesar de toda nuestra miseria,
esperamos recibir todo lo que Jesús nos ha prometido,
porque Jesús es nuestra esperanza; a través de Su Corazón misericordioso, como a través de una puerta abierta,
entramos en el cielo (Diario de Santa Faustina, 1570).
Por favor tome nota…
No Habrá misa el miércoles 30 de marzo.
El Padre Andrés tomará un breve descanso.
Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
Este es el día en que actuó el Señor, sea nuestra alegría y nuestro
gozo. ¡Aleluya! En este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia la Pascua
continua siendo la victoria de
Dios misericordioso que levanta a Jesús “el testigo fiel,
el primogénito de los muertos y el soberano de los
reyes de la tierra” (Apocalipsis 1:5), “el primogénito
entre muchos hermanos” (Romanos 8:29), venciendo a
la muerte en todas sus formas, en todos nos nosotros
en la familia humana. En el Evangelio de la Vigilia, este
año el de Lucas, mensajeros celestiales enviaron a las
mujeres a anunciar (24:6). En el Evangelio de Juan, la
tumba vacía igualmente “envía” a María Magdalena,
Pedro y el Discípulo Amado, quienes creían aunque no
entendían plenamente. Por último, en la tarde de este
domingo de Pascua, el Evangelio de Lucas que cuenta la
historia de Emaús, nos envía como “misioneros de misericordia”, asegurándonos que encontraremos al Señor
Resucitado, hoy y cada día en “la persona desconocida”
que encontramos en nuestro camino de la vida, en la
“Palabra que hace que arda nuestros corazones” y “al
partir el pan” (ver Lucas 24:32, 35). —Peter Scagnelli,
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Hace casi dos mil años María Magdalena fue muy de mañana al sepulcro de Jesús. Fue a rezar como muchos hacemos ante la tumba de un ser amado. Esa mañana ella se
convertiría en apóstol de los apóstoles, primera testigo de
Jesús resucitado de entre los muertos. Siglos después el
testimonio de la Magdalena sigue siendo importante en la
historia cristiana. Durante estos días en Anguiano, España,
hombres y jóvenes de las viejas familias de la zona bailan
y caminan con una pequeña imagen de la Magdalena.
Se visten con camisas y faldones largos de muchos colores, mostrando la belleza de la diversidad hispana. Ellos
bailan en honor de esa santa mujer de Magdala y lo hacen
sobre andas de casi un metro de altura. Ellos toman la
imagen desde la iglesia de su pueblo en las montañas en el
norte del país y la llevan bailando por las calles empedradas bajando al santuario que han preparado para ella. Todo el pueblo reza y festeja en honor de la santa que fue
buscando un difunto y se encontró con el Señor de la vida
eterna. —Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright ©
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