St. Bartholomew Parish Bulletin

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19th Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 10th, 2014

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We extend a welcome to parishioners, former parishioners, friends and devotees of St. Bartholomew who come to honor our parish patron, St. Bartholomew, Apostle. Through his intercession, may the Lord send down special blessings upon all of us as we turn to him in faith and prayer. Our 10:30 am Feast Mass in honor of our parish patron, is being offered for the intentions of parishioners, friends and devotees of our Saint. Following Mass, the traditional procession will take place by way of the site of our former church and will conclude with the blessing of the bread of St. Bartholomew in front of the church.

OUR PATRON, ST. BARTHOLOMEW—He was chosen by our Lord Himself to be one of the 12 Apostles (also known in the Gospel as Nathanael). He preached the Gospel in the most barbarous countries of the East. The last field of his labors was Great Armenia, where preaching against the worship of idols caused him to suffer martyrdom. Some say that he was skinned alive, others believe that he suffered crucifixion. His relics are now preserved in a church dedicated to him on an island in the Tiber River near Rome. We are honored to call him our PARISH PATRON!

SATURDAY, AUGUST 9th—Second Day of Feast & Festival, 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm on church grounds. Food, rides, games. Music by the Gemini Band.
SUNDAY. AUGUST 10th—Third Day of Feast & Festival, beginning with Feast Mass at 10:30 am in three languages. Traditional Procession following Mass by way of the former church on Moorefield Street. Celebrant is Rev. Charles J. Zanoni, C.S., Pastor. Homily in English and Spanish.
Church grounds open from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm, with rides, games, food. Music by DJ “Eddie the Fixer.” Raffle drawing of $2,300.00 in prizes!

PROCESSION ROUTE—From church (right) into Union Avenue (right) to Pocasset Avenue (left) to Moorefield Street to front of old church for blessing with relic of our Patron. (Right) to Silver Lake Avenue (right) to Murray Street (left) to Pocasset Avenue (right) to Magdalene Street, with concluding ceremony in front of the church.

Those taking part in our traditional Procession with the statue of St. Bartholomew following the 10:30 am Mass on Sunday, August 10th, are reminded that this is a procession not a parade or political rally. We are here to honor our parish patron, St. Bartholomew. We ask that all maintain a prayerful atmosphere as we pray the Rosary!

A SINCERE THANK YOU—to Angelo DeFeo for donating the “Bread of St. Bartholomew” in loving memory of his father, Domenico DeFeo and his sister, Susan DeFeo Grace. The bread will be blessed and distributed following the Feast Mass in honor of St. Bartholomew. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. May they rest in the peace of heaven assured of our prayers.
“Dear St. Bartholomew, we come to you with confidence since you are our patron and model, the pride and joy of Silver Lake. We wish to honor you in our church with as much devotion and faith as you are accorded in your shrines throughout the world. Watch over our spiritual and temporal interests. As one of the 12 Apostles, you spread Christ’s faith and truth far and wide. To this day, here in our parish, we live that faith and truth because our immigrant parents enriched us with devotion to you. You enjoyed intimacy with the divine Master as you listened to His words and experienced daily union with Him. Bring us close to Christ through meditation on His Gospel and devotion to the Holy Eucharist. Speak for us to Jesus that we—sons and daughters of immigrants—may journey through the pilgrimage of life and be conducted by you to the vision of God in Heaven.” AMEN

DRAWING: SUNDAY, August 10th
10% of Total Donor Contributions
Donations: $100.00
Our thanks to these Donors:
J.J. Royal Striping Col, Inc.
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph DeBiasio
Josephine DiRuzzo
Ann Marie Cavalloro
Bernice Pasquazzi
Mr. & Mrs. Doug Weinzierl
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Almagno
Parish Ladies Guild
Woodlawn Funeral Home
Available at the Parish Office

ASSUMPTION OF MARY INTO HEAVEN— On Friday, August 15th, we celebrate the feast of the Assumption of our Blessed Mother Mary into Heaven. As a Holyday of Obligation, all Catholics are required to attend Mass, as they would on any Sunday of the year. On this day we commemorate the taking into Heaven of Mary, body and soul, at the end of her earthly life—a truth of our Catholic Faith proclaimed by Pope Pius XII in 1950. This is one of the oldest feasts of Mary, dating back to at least the 7th century when its celebration was already established in Rome and Jerusalem. Thus, on this day we celebrate not only her passing from this earthly life, but also her assumption into the glory of Heaven!

Friday, August 15th
Masses will be offered: 7:30 am and 5:30 pm
7:00 pm (Spanish)

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 10th, 2014

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(Every Mass is offered for the faithful, living or dead. However, the following are specifically remembered this week.)
Monday, August 11
7:30 am - For Intentions of Feast Flower Donors
7:00 pm - Mass in Spanish
Tuesday, August 12
7:30 am - For A Special Intention
6:00 pm - Eucharistic Adoration
7:00 pm - Novena Devotions & Benediction
Wednesday, August 13
7:30 am - For A Special Intention
Thursday, August 14
7:30 am - For A Special Intention
Friday, August 15—Holyday of Obligation
7:30 am - Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary
5:30 pm - Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary
Saturday, August 16
8:00 am - Mary Tattoli
10:00 am - In Honor of Our Lady of Urkupina
5:00 pm - Arthur Marcantonio & John &
Antonetta Turchetta by Norma
6:30 pm - Mass in Spanish
August 17—20th Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am - Alberto Acciardo by wife & family
9:30 am - Mass in Spanish
10:30 am - Vivian Cerrito by Michael

Sanctuary Candle: For A Special Intention
Altar Bread & Wine: For A Special Intention

BAPTIZED IN CHRIST: Natalia Almonte—Amelia Delgado—Ismael DeJesus Garcia—Bryan Ruiz Garcia—Walter Monterroso, Jr.—Nicole Salazar—Melissa Vargas

IN GRATITUDE—We are always most grateful to the families who remember the needs of our parish at the time of their great loss. We sincerely thank the family of the late Vincent Lupino for requesting that contributions be made to our parish of St. Bartholomew in his memory on the sad occasion of his recent death. A Mass will be offered in his memory on Sunday morning, August 31st at 11:30 am. May he rest in the peace of Christ!

Before we can serve others we must first make time to be with Jesus—to listen to His word. Our lives are filled with distraction; therefore, it is difficult to find time for prayer. We are called to sit by our Lord, to lovingly gaze upon Him, to hear His message of salvation, Then, in the Spirit, we can extend the love of God to all.
Tuesday, August 12
Rosary & Chaplet of Divine Mercy after 7:30 am Mass
6:00 pm - Eucharistic Adoration
7:00 pm - Novena Devotions & Benediction
Thursday, August 14
10:00 am - Legion of Mary, RH
Saturday, August 16
10:00 am - Mass & Procession in Honor of
Our Lady of Urkupina
4:15-4:45 pm - Confessions
Sunday, August 17
12:30-6:30 pm - Feast of Urkupina
Second Collection: Extraordinary Expenses

“Everyone must give according to what he has inwardly decided—not sadly, not grudgingly, for God loves a cheerful giver.” (2 Cor 9:7)
Weekend of July 26—27
Envelopes & Loose Collection: $3,074.00
Second Collection: 1,338.00
Total Income: $4,412.00
($5,000.00 needed for weekly parish expenses)

and over 50 years of Marriage
The Office of Marriage Preparation & Enrichment is sponsoring the seventh annual Wedding Anniversary Celebration honoring couples of the Diocese of Providence, whose marriage is recognized by the Church, celebrating their 25th, 40th, 50th and over wedding anniversaries in 2014. The Wedding Anniversary Celebration will be celebrated on Sunday, September 21st at 1:00 pm at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul in Providence. The celebration will include Mass, renewal of marriage vows, and a personalized certificate. Bishop Thomas J. Tobin will be the Main Celebrant and Homilist. Following the Mass, a reception will be hosted for the couples and their families. Couples who would like to attend can register for this special event through their Parish Office, 944-4466 before August 22nd.

Saturday, August 16
5:00 pm Doug Weinzierl
Sunday, August 17
8:00 am Petrina Lauro
11:30 am Anne Marie Parrillo

Saturday, August 16
5:00 pm Sandra Weinzierl
Sunday, August 17
8:00 am Ray Funaro
11:30 am Rosanna Grillo

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