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Founded in 1854
Very Rev. Edward Murphy — Pastor
Fr. Carlos Lopera—- Associate Pastor
Deacon Lawrence Geinosky —Pastoral Associate
121 East Duval Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Phone (904) 359-0331
Fax (904) 356-8133
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.icjax.org
July 24, 2016
Parish Activity Schedule
SUNDAY MASSES: Saturday 12:10 pm
(Fulfills the Sunday obligation)
Sunday 8:00 a.m. (Tridentine)
10:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m. (Spanish)
WEEKDAY MASSES: Monday Through
Saturday 7:30 a.m. and 12:10 p.m.
CONFESSIONS: 30 minutes Before all
Masses.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA
Every Monday at 7:15 & noon.
HOLY ROSARY: Monday-Friday, after the
7:30
a.m. Mass and Saturday at 11:30 a.m.
OFFICE HOURS: 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
MARRIAGE PREPARATION: All couples
planning to be married should consult with their
priest a minimum of eight to twelve months in
advance to determine which program they should
attend.
Sunday
12:00 People of the Parish
Monday
7:30
12:10
Tuesday
7:30
12:10
Wednesday
7:30
12:10
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
7:30
+John Noegel
By: Joan Noegel
+Theo Moore
By: Ann Latimer
+Michael Neviasen
By: John & Nancy Essegian
+Palma Nowicki
By: Anne, Vee, Patricia & Chris
+Kevin Martin
By: Chris McClelland
Marcial Rivera, Special
By: Wife
+Alejandro Mella
By: Vee Brittain
12:10 +Elliott Aiken, Jr.
By: Family
7:30 + Clarence David Myers, Jr.
By: Lynette Matyi
12:10 Paul Jameson, Special
By: Rosemary Danforth
7:30 Santa Martha, Special
By: Noguera Family
12:10 Our Lady of Penafracia
By: Rei & Charito Manzo Family
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Abraham bargains with God to spare the
city (Genesis 18:20-32).
Psalm — Lord, on the day I called for help, you answered me
(Psalm 138).
Second Reading — Buried with Christ in baptism, we were
also raised with him; all our transgressions are forgiven
(Colossians 2:12-14).
Gospel — Jesus speaks of God’s sure response to those who
pray (Luke 11:1-13).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
THE SECOND COLLECTION TODAY
Is for: Maintenance
Next week: Hall Renovations
SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
July 24, 2016
You were buried with him in baptism,
in which you were also raised with him
through faith in the power of God,
who raised him from the dead.
— Colossians 2:12
Latin Mass
Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
REMINDERS
LARGE CANDLE: The large candles on the left of St.
Theresa’s statue are for use in the Church and are $3.00
each.
CHOIR: Practice will resume on September14, 2016. The
first Tuesday and the third Wednesday 7-8:30p.m.. We
welcome those who want to share their talents in singing the
Lord’s praises. Contact: Jerry Picard 374-4647
CCD: Classes will resume at the end of the Summer DRE:
Deacon Larry Geinosky 904-657-6524 [email protected]
R.C.I.A: Anyone interested in learning more about the
Catholic faith leading to full initiation into the Church at next
year’s Easter vigil, should contact Deacon Lawrence Geinosky
at 904-657-6524 . Class held every Sunday at 8:45 a.m. in the
Leon Hall
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: After the 7:30 a.m. Mass on
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday.
Volunteers needed.
FIRST FRIDAY SERVICES: All night Vigil every 1st Friday,
beginning at 8:00 p.m. with Rosary/Confessions; Tridentine
Mass - at 8:30 p.m.; Exposition of Blessed Sacrament at 9:30
p.m..; Vigil at 9:45 p.m.; Benediction at 7:00 a.m.
ALLIANCE OF TWO HEARTS: Meets 4th Saturday, 8:30
a.m. in the Chapel of Leon Hall.
HOLY ROSARY: Monday to Friday, after the 7:30 a.m.
Mass, and Saturdays at 11:30 a.m.
WOMAN’S COUNCIL: If interested, please contact Amanda
Lane
SAINT PADRE PIO PRAYER GROUP: 2ND Saturday of
each month. 9 a.m. Meeting / 10am Adoration Chapel. please
contact Carol at 904.302.2926 or [email protected]
ST. RAPHAEL’S ARMY SINGLE GROUP: Parish Singles
for faith/community/volunteerism 1st Tues. of the month at
5:45 in Leon Hall. Contact Joanne Mackey at 536 - 0534.
EMMAUS- YOUNG ADULTS –Tuesdays 7-9 pm in Leon hall
Contact :Emily Gehret 904-465-1501
JULY MESSAGE OF MERCY
“Once you were “no people” but now you are God’s people;
you ‘had not received mercy’ but now you have received
mercy. ” 1 Peter 2:10
Ustedes antes no eran su pueblo, pero ahora son pueblo de
Dios; no habían alcanzado su misericordia, mas ahora les ha
sido concedida su misericordia
1 Peter 2:10
KEEP PRAYING
JULY SAINT OF MERCY
St. Monica, whose feast we celebrate in August, is often
known as “the persistent mother.” She watched her oldest
son, Augustine, turn his back on his Christian faith.
Monica was exasperated. For years she gave up talking
directly to her son on the advice of a local bishop, who told
her that it was better to talk to God about Augustine then to
Augustine about God.
The mother never gave up praying for her son. Eventually
Augustine gave up his wild ways, was baptized, and later ordained and named bishop of Hippo. St. Augustine went on to
become one of the Church’s greatest scholars.
Today’s readings address the importance of persistent
prayer. Abraham, in spite of trepidation that he is bothering
the Lord, continues to ask about the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah. Jesus, in Luke’s Gospel, tells his disciples to “ask
and you will receive; seek and you will find; knock and the
door will be opened to you” (Luke 11:9). This is our charge:
keep praying.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Maria Goretti was the daughter of a poor Italian tenant
farmer.
One July day, Maria, not quite 12 years old, was mending a
shirt. A neighbor, Alessandro, 18 years old, seized her and
pulled her into a bedroom. She struggled, but Alessandro began striking at her with a dagger.
At the hospital, her last hours were marked by the worry for
others, including her attacker. She died 24 hours later.
Alessandro was sentenced to 30 years in prison. He was unrepentant. Then, he had a dream of Maria, gathering flowers for
him. His life changed. When he was released from prison, he
asked Maria’s mother for forgiveness.
At Maria’s canonization in 1950, a 66-year-old Alessandro
knelt among the quarter-million people to witness to her faith
and mercy.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASS
Religious Ed classes will begin Sunday, September 11th.
Registration for classes will start in August.
We will be looking for new and returning catechists to sign up
for the new school year.
Please contact Deacon Larry at (904) 657-6524 if you are
interested.
ANUNCIOS GENERALES DE LA BASÍLICA:
Misas Dominicales: 2:00pm en español Confesiones:
Media hora antes de la Misa. Se puede también hacer
cita llamando a la Basílica.
.
Matrimonio: contactar al sacerdote 6 a 8 meses antes.
.
Clases de Bautismo , 1er Domingo del Mes.
Bautismos: Ultimo Domingo, Eucaristía, Confirmación
de Adutos: contactar a Blanca y a Noé (904)887-9216.
Mayor información: Carmen o Tony Mckinnon: (904)
629-1591- (904)312-1372
.
PRIMERA COMUNION Y CONFIRMACION
Ya están abiertas las inscripciones para las clases de la
primera comunión y la confirmación, por favor llene sus
formularios a tiempo.
.
Qué dijo el Papa hoy sobre las diaconisas?
Durante un encuentro, en el que se intercambiaron preguntas y respuestas, le preguntaron al Papa por qué la
Iglesia excluye a las mujeres de servir como diáconos.
Las religiosas explicaron al Pontífice que las mujeres
servían como diaconisas en la Iglesia primitiva y le preguntaron: “¿Por qué no constituir una comisión oficial
que pueda estudiar la cuestión?”. El Pontífice respondió
que ya había hablado una vez hace algunos años sobre
ese tema “con un profesor bueno y sabio”, que había
estudiado el papel de las diaconisas en los primeros siglos de la Iglesia. Francisco había explicado que no era
todavía claro qué papel tuvieron tales diaconisas. “¿Qué
eran estos diaconados femeninos?”, recordó el Papa
haber preguntado al profesor. “¿Tenían ordenación o
no?”. “Era un poco oscuro”, dijo. “¿Cuál era el papel
de la diaconisa en aquel tiempo?”, “¿Constituir una comisión oficial que pueda estudiar la cuestión?”, preguntó el Papa en voz alta. “Creo que sí. Sería por el bien
de la Iglesia clarificar este punto. Estoy de acuerdo.
Hablaré para hacer algo por el estilo”. “Acepto”, dijo el
Papa luego. “Me parece útil tener una comisión que lo
aclare bien”.
Según una tradición antiquísima, el diaconado venía dirigido “no al sacerdocio, sino al ministerio”. Existen
algunos testimonios de la historia sobre la presencia de
las diaconisas, tanto en la Iglesia occidental como en la
oriental. Los testimonios se refieren también a ritos litúrgicos de ordenación. El punto que se debería profundizar
es qué tipo de figura ministerial eran, cuáles eran las
funciones que desarrollaban en la comunidad. La posición del magisterio considera el diaconado como el primer grado del ministerio de la ordenación sacerdotal.
Continuará!... !.....
Join hundreds of men from around the diocese on Saturday,
August 6th, for a powerful and challenging day of inspiration
and renewal with daily Mass and presentations by Bishop
Felipe Estévez, Br Rahl Bunsa, Brs. Angelus and Innocent
Montgomery, Hector Molina, and Brian Sexton as emcee!
Tickets are only $25 until July 31st ! After July 31st , the cost
will be $35 until the day of the event. There is a special rate of
$15 available for high school youth, ages 14 - 18. Go to
https://dcfl.org/mensconference/ to purchase tickets. You can
also check out a special witness talks by searching
“Jacksonville men’s conference” on google, and share this
with other men you know. See you there!
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
2 Cor 4:7-15; Ps 126:1bc-6; Mt 20:20-28
Jer 14:17-22; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13;
Mt 13:36-43
Wednesday: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Ps 59:2-4, 10-11, 17-18;
Mt 13:44-46
Thursday:
Jer 18:1-6; Ps 146:1b-6ab; Mt 13:47-53
Friday:
Jer 26:1-9; Ps 69:5, 8-10, 14; Jn 11:19-27
or Lk 10:38-42
Saturday:
Jer 26:11-16, 24; Ps 69:15-16, 30-31, 33-34;
Mt 14:1-12
Sunday:
Eccl 1:2; 2:21-23; Ps 90:3-6, 12-14, 17;
Col 3:1-5, 9-11; Lk 12:13-21
NEW PARISHIONERS
If you wish to register as a parishioner of Immaculate Conception
Church, please complete the following and drop it into the offertory
collection basket.
Please indicate if you wish to receive offertory envelopes.
Name:
Address:
City & Zip Code:
Telephone No.
Offertory Envelopes YES__________
NO______________
HALL RENOVATION
The Hall Renovation: monthly payment $3,547.59
Collected so far this month
- 1,765.50
Balance due
$1,782.00
SIDEWALK ADVOCATES FOR LIFE
Are you interested in a peaceful, prayerful method of reaching
out to women and men entering the local abortion facility and
helping them to choose life? If so, Sidewalk Advocates for
Life might be for you! This “sidewalk counseling” program
uses a very compassionate, woman-oriented method to save
lives and help woman in unplanned pregnancies by offering
them more life-affirming options. Our next training will be
held on Sat Aug 13, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Holy
Family Catholic Church, 9800 Baymeadows Rd. 32256.
If you would like to learn this method and check out our program, please contact the Program Director at (904) 382-2619
More information at
or email [email protected]
www.sidewalkadvocates.org!
LEADERSHIP
Multicultural Mass
support, empower, educate
St. Augustine Diocesan Council of Catholic Women
Save the Date
For the Annual Leadership Workshop
Saturday, August 13, 2016
Open to all CCW Members
Elected Officers and Commission and Committee Chairs are
encouraged to attend!!!
9:30 am to 2:30 pm
The day includes coffee and goodies, lunch, handouts, presentations, and break outs and the day is free. Just make a
reservation!!
Jackie Agate [email protected] or 904.273.5532 and leave a
message.
Sacred Heart
7190 U.S. Highway 17 South
Fleming Island, FL
Parishioners are invited to attend Refugee Resettlement’s Multicultural Mass on July 31st which has been organized by Parishes Organized to Welcome refugees (POWR)
in collaboration with Assumption Catholic Church.
POWR is a grant funded program by United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Mass will be held in multiple languages with gift bearers who will be presenting from different
countries. Mass will start at 12:00 with a celebration following in Jordan Hall. Advance purchase is required for the
celebration as lunch is included. Tickets are $5.00 . Come
join us and enjoy a tasting of food from several countries,
music, performances by some of our Refugee clients in addition and local, ethnic communities.
Please contact Sarah Maley for tickets at 354-4846 ext. 268.
[email protected]
2016
LOOK AROUND YOU
To see the world in a grain of sand
and a heaven in a wildflower,
hold infinity in the palm of your hand
and eternity in an hour.
—William Blake
Diocese Goal
Amount Pledged
$3,250,000
$4,687,286
Immaculate Conception
Pledge
$62,915
Amount Paid
$53,258
2015
$3,000,000
$4,385,986
$72,082
$61,857
CATHOLICS IN RECOVERY
meets on the first Thursday of every month at 7p.m. at Assumption
Church, 2403 Atlantic Blvd., . Enjoy fellowship with men and women
who join to celebrate Mass, gather for a meal, and share the experience, strength and hope of their individual journeys.
For more information, visit www.catholicsinrecovery.org.
TV AND ONLINE MASS FOR THE HOMEBOUND
Is someone you love unable to get to church? “My Sunday Mass” will
bring spiritual comfort and joy for the homebound. For the Sunday
time and channel guide, visit: www.MySundayMass.org. Please Note:
For those who can get to church, the TV/online liturgy will not meet
the Sunday Mass obligation. Thank you for spreading the word about
Mass for the homebound!
Please join us in praying the Rosary each Sunday in front of
the Church at 9:30 am.
DIVINE MERCY HOUSE THRIFT STORE
We pray the rosary for our country. We are praying for religious freedom, the right to live for all human beings, and for
peace around the world.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Sometimes when bishops are consecrated, they are not
given the care of a diocese as an “ordinary.” A very old tradition, however, assures that they are invested with a “see,” a
link with a local church. Many hundreds of places around the
world were dioceses at one time, but are no longer. In England, for example, some of the historic dioceses such as London, Salisbury, and Manchester ceased to be Catholic at the
Reformation and their cathedrals passed to the Church of
England. The reestablishment of the Catholic Church in the
nineteenth century meant that new dioceses had to be created,
such as at Liverpool and Westminster. Similarly, in Scandinavia the ancient Catholic dioceses vanished under Lutheranism. In North Africa, tiny dioceses disappeared under the
sands or were swept away by Islam.
In the United States, some original dioceses never really
developed as population centers, such as the old dioceses of
Bardstown, Vincennes, Sault Ste. Marie, or Walla Walla. The
tradition of “titular sees” assures that the ancient churches
are always held in prayer, as the bishop celebrates Mass in its
memory a few times a year.
NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
The Divine Mercy House Thrift Store is in desperate need of
volunteers. If you can spare a few hours a week or more, we
can use your help! Don’t forget high school teens can get their
volunteer hours easily during the summer months.
Call us at (904) 268-9968. We will be waiting for your call.
The Thrift Store is at 11018 Old St Augustine Rd, Suite 140,
Jacksonville 32257.
Basilica Bookstore and Gift Shop
Check out our
Pre-Owned Book sale!
All books just
$2.00
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TO REPORT SEXUAL ABUSE
Attention: The Diocese of Saint Augustine treats all allegations of sexual misconduct seriously and deals with all allegations in a prompt, confidential and thorough manner. To Report Abuse Call: Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator
(904) 262-3200, ext. 129, or Department of Children and
Families, 1-800-96Abuse.
Attencion:
La Diocesis de San Augustine le da seria consideración a toda
acusasion de mala conducta sexual y dispone de todos dichos
casos de manera pronta, completa y confidencial. Para
reportar tal abuso, llame a: Coordinador Diocesano de
Auxilio a Victimas (904) 262-3200, ext. 129 o Departamento
de Ninos y Familias del Estado de la Florida 1-800-90Abuse
(1-800-962-2873)
Do you have old religious
books at home? Drop them off
at the bookstore so that others
can benefit from the spiritual
PRAY FOR THE SICK OF OUR PARISH
Julia R. Martinez, Rosanne Pafford (Fr. Murphy’s sister), Jocelyn
Battisti, Joseph Fore, Jimmy Ossi, Joey Gill, Jennifer Spain & Family, Pauline Jones, Christine Cassara, Terra Watkins, Nicholas
Everhart, Pauline Stichweh, Georgette Pidal, Kate Cronk, Juanita
Rall, Nelta Nzuzu, Andrew Gilligan, Tammy Havey, Lucinda Bennett,
Carol Harden, Barry Beasley, Joseph Charles, Dorothy Hartman,
Ruben Parra, Lois Placke, Raymond Tubel ,Colby Larsen, James
Simonelli,, Sara Jones, Kristin Eaker, Don & Carol Lucus, Judy Pamula, Rosa Broadnax, Marie Walker, Harry P. , Iris D. ,Tony Strong
PRAY FOR THE DECEASED OF OUR PARISH
Fr. Antonio Leon, Mary Pappas, Augusto Suarez, Pat Mastroleo,
Annetta Jones, Fayvette Randall, Tom Pappas, Betty (B.J.) Johnson,
Julius Osuagwu, John Williams, , Rosa Maria Fluriach, Nick Debs;
John Lopez, Kelly La Duke, Lorraine Carroll, Elizabeth Yeager, Ray
Godfrey Lewis, Mary Pinkston, Carolyn Bautista, Daniel Urbanus,
John M. Sesnick, Ella Marie Nowicki, Minnie Thompson, George
Helow, Austin Steele, William Sundmacker, Harold Tarkington, Richard Overholt, Juan Martinez, Serafina Kinnare, George Kenefake,
Willie Cote, Rosa Smith, Stan Mazur, Jean Floyd, Dan Selhorst,Tena
DeSalvo, Edgardo Obenza, Charles Dalton, Thomas Mumford, Flo
Thibault, Richard Brazo, Sr., Jose Pellon, Larry Murray, Betty Ann
Salvatore, Chuck Brean, George Kowkabany, June Mahoney, Alberta
Zito, Regino Soto, Eugene Pagliocca, Daniel Balogh, Robert Gillespy,
Zena Filo, Richard Kopec, Marleen Walenberger, John Broadnax,
Dr. Isabella K. Sharpe, Joann Bastien, Terry Thomas, Concepcion
Martin, Joanie Griadek, Lella Serbi,,Crisenta Bacolor, Rudy DeGuzman, Orlando Bacolor, Mitch Nowicki & Palma Nowicki, Leo
Charles, Isaias Bautista, Don & Lucy Drinkwater, Shawn Boschen,
George Deihl, Graciela Goebertus, Rita & Lynne Tibbitts, Lucille
Sherrer, Freddie McClain, Nieves Solares
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. James
Ss. Joachim and Anne;
World Youth Day, Krakow, Poland
St. Martha
St. Peter Chrysologus;
Blessed Virgin Mary
Church Name: Immaculate Conception
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