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FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

April 17, 2005

Web Edition

 

LITURGICAL

Mass Schedule April 18 through April 24

 

 

Day

 

Time

 

Intention

 

Monday

 

8:00 AM

 

Theodore Pretulak - M/M Ronald Broskoski

 

Tuesday

 

8:00 AM

 

Anthony Terkowski - Sister, Lottie

 

Wednesday

 

8:00 AM

 

**NO MASS SCHEDULED**

 

Thursday

 

8:00 AM

 

**NO MASS SCHEDULED**

 

Friday

 

8:00 AM

 

**NO MASS SCHEDULED**

 

Saturday

 

4:00 PM

 

Martha & Walter Boroski - Daughter Regina & Grandchildren

 

Sunday

 

8:15 AM

11:00 AM

 

For the People

Stanley & Valeria Ushinshki - Children

 

Liturgical Ministers - April 23rd and 24th - FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

 

MASS TIME

 

SERVERS

 

EXTRAORD.  MINISTERS

 

LECTORS

 

4:00 PM

 

K. Jablonski & K. Kanjorski

 

N. Piontkowski & J. Bashista

 

J. Leiby

 

8:15 AM

 

K. Luksh & L. Patrick

 

E. Matthews & M.E. Starzynski

 

T. & K. Starzynski

 

11:00 AM

 

D. Byorick & A. Leiby

 

T. Van Fossen & A. Morgis

 

L. Simoncavage

 

 

 

WEEKDAY SERVER: A. Morgis

 

WEEKDAY LECTOR: A. Matthews

 

 

 

 

PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament will take place immediately after the 8:00 am Mass each Tuesday, and continue with the regular schedule, ending with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at 10:45.  Prayers for the Presbyterate - the priests of the Diocese - will be prayed.

 

FAITH FORMATION: Family worship gives creative expression to our life with God in the home.  A family ritual can be as simple as the ancient Jewish meal blessing, in which a glass of wine or juice is blessed and passed from one family member to another, followed by bread blessed and shared in like manner.  The simple act of lighting a candle can turn prayer and scripture reading into a ritual.

NO CATECHISTS= MEETING TODAY.   Faith Formation Classes:  9:15 - 10:30 am Call Sister Ursula Yerus, Coordinator, 735-0313, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, if you need additional information.

 

For The Heart Still Longing.....

RCIA: (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) is the Church=s pathway to a wider, richer and fuller experience of the Catholic faith. For more information call Sister Ursula Yerus, Coordinator, 735-0313, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm with all inquiries/questions/registrations. SESSIONS ARE HELD ON MONDAY EVENINGS AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE CHURCH MEETING ROOMS.

Pope John Paul II Interparochial School  - Nanticoke, PA

Very Rev. John F. Poplawski, President of the Board of Pastors

Mr. Robert Kaluzavich, Principal

Rev. William J.P. Langan, Procurator

LIFELINE: LIFELINE: While addressing the issue the sick person in a >vegetative@ state, also called post-coma unresponsiveness (PCU), our Holy Father affirmed that Athe intrinsic value and personal dignity of every human being do not change, no matter what the concrete circumstances of his or her life.  A man, even if seriously ill or disabled in the exercise of his highest functions, is and always will be a man, and he will never become a Avegetable@ or an Aanimal.@  Even our brothers and sisters who find themselves in the clinical condition of a Avegetative state@ retain their human dignity in all its fullness.  A sick person in a vegetative state, awaiting recovery or a natural end, still has the right to basic health care (nutrition, hydration, cleanliness, warmth, etc.), and to the prevention of complications related to his confinement to bed.  I should like particularly to underline how the administration of water and food, even when provided by artificial means, always represents a natural means of preserving life, not a medical act.@

 

A Family Perspective              By Bud Ozar

Today=s gospel tells us to Acall our children by name and lead them.@  If we expect them to Afollow@ us, we must be leaders and Awalk ahead of them@ by our example.  There are many voices trying to steal our children. There is no time to be a timid parent.

 

Whatever you do, you should do ALL for the Glory of God.   May the Good Lord repay your attentiveness in your sacrificial offering of (April 9 and April 10 -  $1,884.00) in returning your gifts to the Lord=s work among us.

 

CATHOLIC HOME MISSIONS APPEAL: This annual collection will be taken up on Saturday and Sunday, April 23 & 24.  The proceeds of this collection will help some ninety dioceses who rely on the Catholic Home Missions Appeal for training of the laity, youth ministry, deacons, seminarians, and religious education work.   Please help strengthen our Church at home.

 

As we prepare to begin the seasonal upkeep of St. Stanislaus Cemetery, please be reminded of the following:

 

CEMETERY GUIDELINES

^                    Artificial flowers are not permitted from April 1 to November 1. 

^                    No flowers are to be planted around flat markers or at the sides of monuments.

^                    For the safety of your children please watch them.  Do not allow them to play on or near the monuments.

^                    Please have respect for all our families and be careful where you park.  Do not park on the grave sites.

^                    No dogs allowed.

 

Please remove any flowers or decorations by April 24, 2005 so that we can begin our Spring Maintenance

 

FATIMA RENEWAL CENTER

Day of Reflection for Lectors: Saturday, April 23, 2005 with Deacon Robert Roman, Fee $25 includes lunch

Image of God: Saturday, April 30, 2005 with Rev. Jamie Dougher, Fee $25 includes lunch

Weekend Retreat: May 20-22, 2005 with Msgr. John Esseff, Topic: Bishop Martino=s Pastoral Letter on Chastity which was released on December 8, 2004.  More details to follow.

 

CHEERLEADING COACH: Bishop Hoban High School is accepting applications for head Cheerleading Coach.  Interested parties should contact Mr. James Higgins, Athletic Director, 829-2424 no later than April 22, 2005. 

 

SPAGHETTI DINNER: THE Newport Township Little League will sponsor a spaghetti dinner on Sunday, April 24 from noon to 4:00 PM in St. Adalbert=s Church Hall, Glen Lyon. $6.00 adults and $3.00 children under 12.  Takeouts will be available from 11:00 AM to noon.  For tickets, call Tori Steininger, 735-5301 or Joe Hillan, 736-7218.

 

TAKE OUT SOUP SALE: St. Joseph=s Slovak Church will have a take-out chicken rice vegetable soup sale on Friday, April 22, 2005.  Pick up at church parlors, 107 East Noble Street from 11 am to 5 pm. $5/quart; $3/pint

Advance orders may be placed by calling 735-3175, 735-1245 or leave a message the office 735-0331 before Wednesday.

 

PRISON CHRISTIAN GROWTH GROUP: The PCGG meeting will be held on Monday, May 16, 2005, at St. Ignatius Church in Kingston, entrance on the right side.  Seeking new members to assist in the spiritual awakening of inmates at SCI at Dallas and Retreat.  No experience required.  Interested please call Ed Bilder 639-2329, Joe Musto 654-3807, or Dan Wisnieski 675-0528

 

RETREAT WEEKEND:  The Wyoming Valley Catholic Laymen=s Retreat League ARetreat Weekend@ of the Nanticoke Area/Back Mountain Group 1, will be held on Friday, April 22, 2005, at 6:00 PM through Sunday, April 24, 2005 till 12:00 Noon at AThe Villa of Our Lady Retreat House, Mount Pocono.  Come and spend some time with our Lord and enrich yourself in our faith.  Questions or reservations can be made by calling Ed Bezdziecki at 825-0130.

 

ST. VINCENTS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION:  Will meet on Tuesday, April 19, 2005 at 7:00 pm in the Parish Office, 66 Willow Street, Plymouth.

 

OUR NEXT BIG FOUR WILL BE DRAWN ON MOTHER=S DAY, MAY 8, 2005.  TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE RECTORY OR SEE FATHER JOHN AFTER OUR WEEKEND LITURGIES.

 

St. Stanislaus Church -- Liturgical


LITURGICAL

Sunday Mass Schedule
  4:00pm -- Saturday
8:15am -- Sunday
11:00am -- Sunday
   
Week Day Mass Schedule  
  8:00am
   
Holy Day Schedule  
  11:00am
6:30pm
   
Penance Schedule  
  Before Mass -- Daily (Mon-Fri)
3:15pm - 3:45pm -- Saturday
   
Baptisms  
  By Appointment
Call the Rectory (570) 735-0313
   
Weddings  
  Minimum six (6) months notification
Call the Rectory (570) 735-0313
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