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The Parish of Our Lady of Good Counsel 68 Wanser Avenue Inwood, New York 11096 Phone: 516-239-0953 Fax: 516-239-0386 RECTORY OFFICE HOURS Monday through Friday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 2:00 PM to 5:00 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 The Parish of Saint Joseph 1346 Broadway Hewlett, New York 11557 Phone 516-374-0290 Fax 516-374-2598 RECTORY OFFICE HOURS 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 The Parish of Saint Joachim 614 Central Ave. Cedarhurst, New York 11516 Phone - 516-569-1845 Fax - 516-569-0117 RECTORY OFFICE HOURS Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00PM + +SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE+ + Saint Joseph 5:00 PM (Saturday Vigil) Sunday - 8:30 - 10:30 - 12:00 PM Our Lady of Good Counsel 4:00 PM (Saturday Vigil) Sunday 9:15 AM (en Espanol) - 11:00 AM Saint Joachim Sunday - 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM + + + + + + + + + + + WEEKDAY MASS SCHEDULE + Saint Joseph - 8:30 AM Tuesday - Wednesday Thursday - Saturday Our Lady of Good Counsel - 8:00 AM Monday - Tuesday - Thursday Saint Joachim - 9:00 AM Monday - Wednesday - Friday + + + + + + + + + + + + +CONFESSIONS+ + + Saint Joachim Friday - 9:30 AM Saint Joseph Saturday - 8:00 AM & 4:00 PM Our Lady of Good Counsel Saturday - 3:00 PM + + + + + + + + + + + + +HOLY DAYS+ + + To Be Announced + + + + + + + + + + + + +DEVOTIONS+ + + Saint Joseph Miraculous Medal Novena Saturday following 8:30 AM Mass Eucharistic Adoration Wednesday 9:00 AM through Thursday 9:00 AM Our Lady of Good Counsel Wednesday Prayer Service Wednesday - 6:15 PM Miraculous Medal Novena Immediately Following Fatima Devotions First Saturday 8:30 AM
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  • The Parish of Our Lady of Good Counsel 68 Wanser Avenue

    Inwood, New York 11096 Phone: 516-239-0953 Fax: 516-239-0386

    RECTORY OFFICE HOURS

    Monday through Friday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 2:00 PM to 5:00 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

    The Parish of Saint Joseph 1346 Broadway

    Hewlett, New York 11557 Phone 516-374-0290 Fax 516-374-2598

    RECTORY OFFICE HOURS

    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

    The Parish of Saint Joachim 614 Central Ave.

    Cedarhurst, New York 11516 Phone - 516-569-1845 Fax - 516-569-0117

    RECTORY OFFICE HOURS

    Monday through Friday

    8:00 AM to 4:00PM

    + +SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE+ +

    Saint Joseph

    5:00 PM (Saturday Vigil) Sunday - 8:30 - 10:30 - 12:00 PM

    Our Lady of Good Counsel 4:00 PM (Saturday Vigil)

    Sunday 9:15 AM (en Espanol) - 11:00 AM

    Saint Joachim

    Sunday - 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    + + + + + + + + + +

    + WEEKDAY MASS SCHEDULE +

    Saint Joseph - 8:30 AM Tuesday - Wednesday Thursday - Saturday

    Our Lady of Good Counsel - 8:00 AM Monday - Tuesday - Thursday

    Saint Joachim - 9:00 AM Monday - Wednesday - Friday

    + + + + + + + + + +

    + + +CONFESSIONS+ + +

    Saint Joachim Friday - 9:30 AM

    Saint Joseph Saturday - 8:00 AM & 4:00 PM

    Our Lady of Good Counsel Saturday - 3:00 PM

    + + + + + + + + + +

    + + +HOLY DAYS+ + + To Be Announced

    + + + + + + + + + +

    + + +DEVOTIONS+ + +

    Saint Joseph

    Miraculous Medal Novena Saturday following 8:30 AM Mass

    Eucharistic Adoration Wednesday 9:00 AM through

    Thursday 9:00 AM

    Our Lady of Good Counsel

    Wednesday Prayer Service Wednesday - 6:15 PM

    Miraculous Medal Novena Immediately Following

    Fatima Devotions First Saturday 8:30 AM

  • Rev. Thomas M. Moriarty, Jr. Pastor - The Parishes of the Five Towns - 516-374-0290 Ex 111

    Rev. Msgr. Paul F. Rahilly Pastor Emeritus - Parish of Saint Joachim

    Rev. James F. Drew Associate Pastor - The Parishes of the Five Towns - 516-374-0290 Ex 116

    Rev. Eric R. Fasano Assistant Judicial Vicar, Tribunal of Diocese of Rockville Center and

    Resident Associate - The Parishes of the Five Towns-516-239-0953 Ex. 120 Fr. Fernando Echeverri

    Associate for Spanish Ministry for Our Lady of Good Counsel and Holy Name of Mary Parish, 516-239-0953

    In Residence

    Rev. Nobert D’Suoza OFM Cap Chaplain at Mercy Medical Center residing at St Joseph’s Rectory

    Deacons Rev. Mr. Thomas Costello - 516-374-0290 Ex 119 Rev. Mr. Daniel Otton - 516-374-0290 Ex. 120

    Rev. Mr. Charles Goldburg - 516-569-1845 Rev. Mr. Frank Bono - 516-569-1845

    NEW PARISHIONERS: Please register at the appropriate Rectory. If you are moving within or outside the Parish, please inform the appropriate Parish office.

    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.

    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. Our Lady of Good Counsel Parishioners are required to attend a preparation class. To arrange a date call Lena Artusa.

    Baptisms are celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 12:30 PM. Saint Joachim Parishioners: All arrangements are to be made through parish.

    Baptism class will be organized at time of arrangements.

    Los padres necesitan llamar Padre Fernando por una fecha y por una clase.

    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 Par-ish 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.

    Por favor, llama la oficina siete meses antes de hacer una fecha. Necesita tomar clases de “Pre-Cana.” y “FOCCUS”.

    Saint Joseph Parish Staff Phone: 516-374-0290

    Grace Coyne - Parish Secretary - Ex. 110

    Jean Brophy - Director of Music - Ex. 112

    Bob Ryan - Plant Manager

    Elizabeth McCaffrey - Director of Rel. Ed.

    Phone: 569-6080 Fax: 374-3664

    Rae DeMarsico - Assistant to Religious Ed. Directors

    Saint Joseph's and OLGC

    Ryan Murphy Bookkeeper St. Joseph and OLGC-Ex. 113

    Carol Poole

    St. Vincent DePaul Society 516-569-0834

    OLGC Parish Staff Phone 516-239-0953

    Vanessa Quiros - Joanne Mejia

    Parish Secretaries - Ex. 110

    Mr. Timothy Remsen - Director of Music

    Maureen O’Loughlin Director of Rel. Ed. 516-239-0662

    Eleanor Levy

    Assistant to Religious Ed. Director - 516-239-0662

    Lena Artusa

    Pastoral Assistant / Outreach 516-239-7025

    Saint Joachim Parish Staff Phone: 516-569-1845

    Mireya Jacobs - Parish Secretary

    Richard Jacobs - Sexton

    Timothy Remsen - Director of Music

  • Altar

    Bread and

    Wine In memory of:

    Robert Drysielski

    Requested by: The Krebs

    Family

    PRAY FOR THE SICK

     

    There are no memorials offered

    this week for Altar Bread and Wine,

    Sanctuary candles, candles for the Blessed

    Mother’s Altar or Main Altar Candles. If

    you would like to memorialize any of these weekly items please call OLGC

    during office hours.

    St. Joachim Willie Glowacki Mary Capolonga Diane Barba Josephine Albanese Carol Kenney Robert Hicks Sr Baby Oliver Filardo Catherine Grace Christoff Karen D’Elia

    St. Joseph’s Loretta Stanisz Leonard Mancusi Mona Vogel Baby Owen Vogel Corazon M Cabrera Kay Merritt Charles Parker Thomas Farrell Mary Higgins Ronnie Gross Anthony Sourras Ray Hummel Judy Georgia Steve Sabatelli

    Sunday—March 13 8:30-Frank Tufariello, Robert Pannell & Petraro Family 10:30-Pat Hynes, Goffredo Ricci(50th Anniv), Saverio Bosco, James Gary Connors, Rose Alenci (living) 12:00-Frank Aguinaldo Tuesday– March 15 8:30-Thomas Ryan Wednesday– March 16 8:30-Eugene Sweeney Thursday-March 17 St. Patrick’s Day 8:30-John L. Bowker Saturday—March 19 Feast of Saint Joseph 8:30-James & Brian Costello, Saverio Bosco, Sal Russo 5:00-Joseph Zappa Sunday –March 20 8:30-Anna Venezia 10:30-Sister Angela Coughlin, Justin Zemser, Robert Cimino, Anthony, Antoinette & John Gesuale. 12:00-Anthony Esposito

    SUNDAY - March 13th 9:15 AM - Maria Rodriquez/ Teresa Cortez De Davila / Mariana Jaramillo 11:00 AM – Antonio Mazzeo / Carmela Pagnotta / Edward Gilkinson / Letizia Sarro, Maria Sarro & Carmine Scarnato / Nancy Rivera MONDAY - March 14th 8:00 AM - O’Grady Family TUESDAY - March 15th 8:00 AM - Artale Family THURSDAY - March 17th 8 :00 AM - Purgatorial Mass SATURDAY - March 19th 4:00 PM - Al Kane / Salvatore Bian-co /Father Richard Nilsson Sr. Kathy Slevin / Margaret Kite SUNDAY - March 20th 9:15 AM - No Intentions 11:00 AM – Lucrezia Curra

    Sunday – March 13th 8:00 AM For the Parishioners of the Parishes of the Five Towns 11:30 AM Emilio, Giuseppe & Maria

    Iannzzi, Maria Musacchio, Elvero Villacarlos, Elvira & Eugenio Frangella, Nancy, Mary & John LaRosa

    Monday – March 14th 9:00 AM Gaetano, Maddalena, Mariu-

    ccella, Carmine Capone Wednesday – March 16th 9:00 AM Vittoria & Guerino Frustaci,

    Vito & Rose Maranzano, In Thanksgiving: Michael, Wil-liam & Julianna

    Friday – March 18th St. Cyril of Jerusalem; Abstinence 9:00 AM Joseph Costanzo Sunday – March 20th 8:00 AM For the Parishioners of the Parishes of the Five Towns 11:30 AM Giuseppe & Maria Tappeto,

    Carmine Tappeto, Maria & Peter Musacchio, Jack Vac-chio, Dec mem Capone Fam, Tina Foerster, Hon Andrew J. Parise

    Sunday, March 6, 2016

    5:00PM 297 8:30 AM 195 10:30AM 303 12:00 PM 245 Total 1040

    Collection $6548.00

    Sunday, March 6, 2016 4:00 PM 119

    9:15 AM 438 11:00 AM 145

    Total 702 Collection $3456.00

    Sunday, March 6, 2016

    8:00 AM 90 11:30 AM 125

    Total 215 Collection $2860.00

    + + OLGC + + Matthew Mulherin Elizabeth Broderick Edward Broderick

    Darlene DiIorio Marie Super Robert Hicks

    Nunzio Olivieri Carmela Stamile Stella Pescatore Theresa Oliveri

    Andrew Mulherin Terri Pearsall Alice DeLuca Laura Iacovetti Patty Inghrim Ray Baylish Selma Delia

    Makenzie Grace Montgomery

    Luisa Ignacia

    Castellon

    The Rose for Life

    this week:

    PJ & Nancy O’Rourke

    2016 Rose for Life: We still have memorials available for the Rose for Life. Anyone wish-ing to sponsor a Rose may stop in or call the Rectory 516-569-1845.

  • FAST AND ABSTINENCE All Catholics who have reached their four-

    teenth year are bound to abstain entirely from meat on Ash Wednesday and all the Fridays of

    Lent. All Catholics between the ages of eighteen and fifty-nine

    inclusive are also bound to observe the law of fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. This means limiting oneself to a single full meal and avoiding food between meals. Two other light meals, which together do not equal a full meal,

    may be taken during the day.

    AYUNO Y ABSTINENCIA Todos los católicos que han alcanzado sudeci-

    mocuarto año son pedidos permanecer enteramente lejos de la carne en la

    Ceniza elmiércoles y todos los los viernes de Cuar-esma. Todos los católicos entre las edades de

    dieciocho y cincuenta y nueve también son pedidos observar que la ley de no comer en la Ceniza el miércoles y el Viernes Santo. Esto significa limitar a una comida llena única y no

    comiendo alimento entre horas. Dos otras meriendas, que juntos no igualan unacomida llena,

    pueden ser comidas durante el día.

    The Stations of the Cross will be celebrated in Saint Joseph’s Church AND

    Our Lady of Good Counsel Church at 7:30 PM every Friday during the Season of Lent.

    Stations will be celebrated at Saint Joachim’s at 8:30 AM Friday Mornings throughout Lent.

    ALTAR SERVING TRAINING

    OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL

    AND SAINT JOACHIM’S

    An orientation meeting will be held at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church on April 2nd, at 11AM, for any students in 3rd through 7th grade interested in be-coming an altar server for Our Lady of Good Counsel and St. Joachim’s. At least one parent must attend the meeting. You will receive information about the responsibilities involved and a schedule of the training dates at the meeting.

    Join us as we celebrate Saint Joseph’s Feast Day, Saturday, March 19 honoring our Patron at the 8:30 AM Mass. Saint Joseph’s Bread

    distributed by the Knights of Columbus

    after Mass in the School Cafeteria.

  • Catholic Charities Immigrant Services Want to become a citizen of the United States?

    SPECIAL for Elderly OR Disabled immigrants. Our Counselors will prepare Citizenship Application for

    those who qualify for FREE. *If you are a legal resident of the United States for 5 years or more (3 for those married to United States citizens) *Good Moral Character *Over the age of 18. For more information call our office at (631)789-5210. Office hours: Mon - Fri. from 9AM-5PM and Tuesday evenings (first 4 Tuesdays of the month) 5-8PM CARIDADES CATOLICAS PUEDEN AYUDAR - LLAMAR 631-789-5210. QUIERO SER UN CIUDADANO DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS Especial a los inmigrantes mayores o discapacitadas Nuestros consejeros prepararán Solicitud de Ciudadania para los que califiquen GRATIS *Si usted es un residente legal de los Estados Unidos por 5 años a más (3 para los casados con ciudadanos de Estados Unidos). *Buen carácter moral *Sobre la edad de 18 años. Para más información llame a nuestra oficina al (631) 789-5210. Horario de oficina: Lunes a viernes de 9:00 am a 5:00 y. Tardes Martes (4 primeros martes de cada mes) 5:00 - 8:00pm

    O God of all the Nations, the One God who is and was and always will be, who in your providence

    willed that your Church be united to the suffering of your Son, look with mercy on your servants in

    Iraq who are persecuted for their faith in you. Grant them perseverance and courage to be wor-thy imitators of Christ. Bring your wisdom upon

    leaders of nations to work for peace among all peoples. May your Spirit open conversion for

    those who contradict your will that we live in har-mony. And in all things may we be united in truth and freedom to seek your will in our lives. We ask

    this through Christ our Lord. Amen. Our Lady, Queen of Peace, Pray for us.

    Archbishop William Lori Archbishop of Baltimore

    Make A Difference Join a group of men dedicated to the church, charity and family

    — Join Father Farrell Council— Have you ever wondered

    how to get more in touch with your Faith, helping your church and local community

    while setting an example for your children to follow? Did you want to make new friends

    that share your values?

    Consider joining Father Farrell Council, the Knights of Columbus Council

    that supports our Five Towns Parishes. We run many of the Fundraisers for our

    parishes and the surrounding community. We Sponsor the majority of events for the

    children in our parishes.

    With a minimal time commitment, you too can make a difference. Consider helping us

    develop new programs that inspire our kids to get closer to the church and their faith in an increasingly godless society that mocks our Catholic values. join us at our annual

    Golf Outing to raise money for prostate cancer and the blind. help us distribute food and provide coats to those in need including

    our veterans and victims of hurricane Sandy . These are just a few of the many

    things we do.

    Knights are Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, who are committed to making

    their community a better place, while sup-porting their Church. Make a Difference.

    Come Join us……

    Want to Know More?

    Contact: Oliver Giannotti

    Membership Chair

    [email protected] 516-263-9798

  • THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

    Sunday-March 13 Monday-March 14 RCIA 7-8PM-AH

    Tuesday-March 15 AA 12-1PM-CB

    Yoga 9-11AM-CB Cub Scouts 7:30PM-CAFÉ

    Wednesday-March 16 AA 7:30PM-CAFÉ

    Yarn Group 1-3PM-MTG.ROOM SVDP 9:30-11AM: 7-8:30PM-AH

    K of C 8:30PM-YC Thursday– March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day)

    AA 12-1PM-CB Yoga 7:30PM-CAFE Friday-March 18 AA 7:30PM-CAFÉ Yoga 9-11AM-CB

    Stations 7:30PM-CHURCH Saturday-March 19 (Feast of St. Joseph)

    Altar Server Mtg. 10AM-CHURCH Sunday-March 20

    PALM SUNDAY!!!

    Sunday March 13th Spanish Baptisms

    Meeting to follow with Father Fernando in church hall

    Monday March 14th Rel. Ed 3:45 pm - 5:00 pm LOM - 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

    Tuesday March 15th

    Rel. Ed & RCIA - 3:45 pm - 5:00 pm 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

    Wednesday March 16th Prayer Service 6:15 pm

    Thursday March 17th

    Charismatic Prayer Group 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Friday March 18th

    Stations of the Cross 7:30 pm Emaus - 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

    Saturday March 19th

    Sunday March 20th

    Palm Sunday

    Fifth Sunday of Lent How fitting that the first Sunday Ange-lus of Pope Francis, who has made mercy his papacy’s theme, took place the last time today’s Gospel about Jesus’ encoun-ter with the adulterous woman was pro-claimed. “Jesus’ attitude is striking,” Francis declared. “We do not hear words of scorn or condemnation, on-ly words of love, of mercy, an invitation to conver-sion: ‘Neither do I condemn you’ ” (John 8:11). Fran-cis continued: “God’s face is the face of a merciful father who is always patient. Have you thought about God’s patience, the patience [God] has with each one of us? That is [God’s] mercy. [God] always has pa-tience, patience with us . . . understands us . . . waits for us . . . does not tire of forgiving us” if we return ‘with a contrite heart” (Pope Francis, Angelus address, March 17, 2013). Parishes preparing catechumens may proclaim Jesus’ raising of Lazarus. Referring to Lazarus, and all those “raised” from the “death” of sin, Jesus defines the community’s “mission of mercy”— “Untie him and let him go” (John 11:44).

    Quinto Domingo de Cuaresma Otra de tantas coincidencias sucede otra vez, el primer Ángelus que rezó el Papa Fran-cisco fue en la fecha en la última vez que se proclamó la historia del Evangelio de hoy, el encuentro de Jesús con la mujer adultera . . . En ese entonces el Papa Francisco dijo que “la actitud de Jesús es sorprendente”. “No escuchamos palabras de con-denación o desprecio, solo palabras de amor, de miseri-cordia, una invitación a la conversión: ‘Tampoco yo te condeno’ ” (Juan 8:11). El Papa Francisco continua di-ciendo: “el rostro de Dios es el de un padre misericordio-so, que siempre tiene paciencia. ¿Han pensado en la pa-ciencia de Dios, la paciencia que tiene con cada uno de nosotros? Ésa es su misericordia. Siempre tiene paciencia, paciencia con nosotros, nos comprende, nos espera, no se cansa de perdonarnos si sabemos volver a él con el cora-zón contrito” (Papa Francisco, Rezo del Ángelus del 17 de marzo de 2013). Las parroquias que están preparando a catecúmenos pueden proclamar la historia de Lázaro cuando vuelve a la vida. Refiriéndose a Lázaro y a todos aquellos que “se despertaron” de la “muerte” del pecado,

    Jesús define la “misión de misericordia” de la comunidad: “Desátenlo y déjenlo ir” (Juan 11:44).

  • The Life Center is in desperate need of the following items: • Clothes for girls and boys (Sizes 0-6 and 18-24 months especially needed) • Toiletries (i.e. wipes, baby soaps, shampoos, diaper rash creams, powders, etc.) • Crib sheets • Bottles • Hooded towels, Wash cloths • Diaper bags • Non Drop Side Cribs / Bassinets/ Pack n Plays • Car seats (both infant and toddler) • Strollers Thank you for any help that you can provide to help us support these women, especially those who are in crisis. Donations can be dropped off at our Deer Park location: 1767 Deer Park Ave Deer Park, NY 11729 (across the street from St. Cyril & Metho-dius Roman Catholic Church, and next door to Boyd-Carratozollo Funeral home. Any further questions can be answered at (631) 243-2373.

    Are you or someone you know having family

    or interpersonal prob-lems due to drinking

    ALCOHOL and/or us-ing DRUGS?

    CATHOLIC CHARITIES / Talbot House, a Chemical Dependence Crisis Center, locat-ed in Bohemia provides withdrawal and sta-

    bilization services on a voluntary basis to males and females over the age of 18, who are seeking to stop and/or withdraw from

    alcohol and/or other drug use. The medical and clinical staff at Talbot House will as-sess the kind of care the person needs, to

    begin his/her journey in recovery. For more information, please call:

    631-589-4144. Talbot House staff is availa-ble 24/7. Each call is confidential. Talbot

    House is a NO fee for service program.

    ¿Le gustaría aprender el inglés? Las clases de inglés han sido muy

    exitosas y van a continuar.

    CUANDO: Cada Martes Comenzando

    5 de Abril – 21 de Junio HORA: 7:00- 8:15 p.m.

    LUGAR: El sótano de la Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Buen Consejo

    68 Wanser Avenue Inwood, NY 11096

    ¡Venga y aprenda el idioma!

    Would you like to learn English? English classes have been very

    successful and will continue

    WHEN: Every Tuesday Starting April 5th – June 21st

    TIME: 7:00- 8:15 p.m. PLACE: Church Hall

    Our Lady of Good Counsel 68 Wanser Avenue Inwood, NY 11096

    COME AND LEARN ENGLISH!

  • + + REST IN PEACE + + OLGC

    Thomas Tufano

    Diocese of RVC Msgr. Robert Emmet P. Fagan

    Msgr. John J. McCann

    O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us

    who have recourse to thee. + + + + + + + +

    Oh Maria sin pecado concebida,ruega por Nosotros

    que recurrimos a Ti.

    PAX CHRISTI LI PEACE - AWARD LUNCHEON, APRIL 9 Pax Christi Long Island will present its annual Peacemaker of the Year Award this year to Claire Deroche, social justice coordinator for the

    Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock (UUCSR, in Man-hasset. The Peace Award luncheon will be at the Islamic Center of

    Long Island, 835 Brush Hollow Road, Westbury, on Saturday, April 9 at 11AM.

    As social justice coordinator Claire provides support to UUCSR social justice initiatives, works closely with the Social Justice Committee and the Socially Responsible Investment Subcommittee, and collaborates

    with the congregation’s religious education program.

    In years past, Claire worked as a teacher, religious education profession-al, and volunteer director at Catholic parishes and non-profits in Maine

    and New York. From 1986 to 1992 she served with the Maryknoll Sisters in La Paz, Bolivia.

    In the 1980s, she served as Maine state coordinator for NETWORK, the Catholic Social Justice Lobby. She was also was active with Pax Christi and organized their first state-wide retreat led by Rev. Daniel Berrigan,

    SJ. Claire has a BA in English from St. Joseph’s College in North Wind-ham, ME and an MA in Biblical Studies form Providence College.

    Goodwill offering, but RSVP is needed.

    Opportunity to join Pax Christi LI

    Please reply to: [email protected] For more information, con-tact [email protected]; or go to the

    Pax Christi LI website: www.catholicpeaceli.org ;.

    SAVE THE DATE

    Saint Joachim’s 36TH ANNUAL DIAMOND BALL

    SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2016 honoring

    RICHARD & MIREYA JACOBS At The Royalton at

    Lawrence Yacht & Country Club

    EASTER PLANT MEMORIALS SAINT JOSEPH,

    OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL and SAINT JOACHIM

    Once again we are offering Easter Plant Memorials for your living and deceased relatives and friends. Suggested dona-tions are: $20 for a small plant; $25 for a medium plant and $35 for a large

    plant. PRINT CLEARLY, your name, the name of your loved one to be remembered, and the do-nation amount, on a plain white envelope marked “EASTER PLANT.” Drop it into the Sunday col-lection basket or send it to the proper Rectory. We will then place a plant on the altar for Easter in memory of your loved one.

  • The Liturgy and Influenza

    With Flu season right around the corner, we offer the following suggestions.

    Durante este tiempo del año es donde muchas personas tienen gripe y nosotros

    queremos hacer alguna segurencias:

    Holy Communion: Priests, Deacons and Eucharistic Ministers should be especially encouraged to wash

    their hands before Mass begins.

    Communion from the Cup: The faithful should refrain from drinking from the cup when one has a cold.

    Greeting of Peace: The faithful should use good judgment and limit contact with others when sick.

    Mass Attendance: If one is sick, there in no obligation to attend Mass, personal prayer

    and reflection is encouraged

    La Santa Comunión: Los sacerdotes, los Diáconos y Ministros eucarísticos deben especialmente lavar las

    manos antes que Masa empiece.

    La Comunión de la Taza: El fiel no debe tomar de la taza cuando tiene un gripe.

    El Saludo de la Paz: El fiel debe pensar de si deben tocar otros cuando están enfermos.

    Asistir la Misa: Si está enfermo, no hay obligación de venir a la Misa, oración personales y reflejo pueden

    ser hechas en esta situación Secretariat for the Liturgy; USCCB

    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, Airnan Brian N. Legrow USAF

    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; Captain Daniel Vacchio USMC,

    1st Lt. Josef Kaplan US Army, Anthony D. Boe, USAF Pvt, Michael J. Agunzo, US Army; PFC Ryan Burkett, USMC Shaun Cullen, USAF, SFC Frederick M. Haslett, US Army,

    Mark A. Geraldi LTC.-US Army; Airman John Daniel US Navy 1st Lt. John Runco, USAF, Major Paul Pultorak,

    Lt. Tom Acerno, US Army; PO Andrew DeMarsico US Navy Pvt. Kevin Doherty US Army - Sgt. Fausto Olivo US Air Force;

    Specialist Christopher Smith If you, or a loved one, would like to be included on this list, please

    E-mail Father Tom Moriarty at [email protected]

    Anyone wishing to memorialize a brick in our Lady of Lourdes

    Memorial Garden should do so immediately.

    The next order for bricks will be made the week

    after Easter (March 28th) Thank you.

    Lord, hold our troops In your loving hands.

    Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and their families

    For the selfless acts they perform For us in our time of need.

    And give us peace. I ask this in the name of Jesus,

    Our Lord and Savior. Amen.

  • St. Joseph Church Conference

    Angela’s House 569-0834

    Hours: Wed 9:15-11:00 a.m. Wed 7:00-8:30 p.m. [email protected]

    Our Lady of Good Counsel Church Parish Outreach 516-239-0953

    Hours Monday - Thursday

    9:30 -11:30 Email: [email protected]

    We would like to thank everyone who contributed to last week's special collection, which totaled $88.00. Jesus, model of compassion and kindness, free our hearts from unkind judgment of others. Jesus, model of meekness and mildness, make us meek and hum-ble of heart. Jesus, model of forgiveness and mercy, open our hearts to all peo-ple. Amen Queremos agradecer a todos los que han colaborado con la colecta especial de la semana pasada, su total fue de $88.00 Jesus,modelo de compasion y ternura, libra nuestros corazones cuando juzgamos injustamente. Jesus,modelo de mansedumbre y suavidad, que seamos mansos y humildes de corazon. Jesus,modelo de misericordia y de perdon, abre nuestros cora-zones a todo el que nos necesita.Amen God Bless Everyone Our Lady of Good Counsel’s Society of St. Vincent de Paul & Outreach

    FOOD PANTRY NEEDS:

    Mac & Cheese, Cereal, Soup, Canned Vegetables, Canned Fruit, Rice, Tuna, Peanut Butter, Grape Jelly

    We are very thankful for all the donations received throughout the year; it is very much appreciated. Estamos muy agradecidos por todas las donaciones recibidas du-rante este ano; son ustedes muy apreciados.

    The pantry needs donations of the

    following items:

    Canned/Dry Milk Apple Juice Cereal Canned Fruit Mac & Cheese 1lb. White Rice bag

    Canned Mixed Vegetable We cannot distribute any

    Item that has expired (check expiration date)

    Fifth Sunday of Lent In today’s Gospel, Jesus is the model of

    compassion and kindness. He shows us how to be merciful and non judgmental. When we give to the poor,

    God indeed pours his love, peace and mercy into our hearts and into the hearts of those suffering in poverty.

    .

    FINAL Weeks Annual Lenten Food Drive

    Please help us stock our shelves during this Lenten Season.

    Donations can be placed in the St. Vincent de Paul bin located in the vestibule of the church.

    Food Drive Wish List

    Coffee/tea Cooking Oil Tuna White rice Cereal Jello/Pudding

    Mac/Cheese Spaghetti Jelly Peanut Butter Spaghetti Sauce

    Salad Dressing Toilet Tissue Cookies/Crackers Canned

    Beans Canned Fruit Canned Vegetables

    Supermarket Gift Cards

    I would like to acknowledge Long Island Cares for their years of support. The staff is always willing to help with the yearly workshops and with the food ordering. With their help we continue helping the needy. Mireya Jacobs, Outreach coordinator

  • “You may be thinking, ‘I don’t deserve to be forgiven. My sins are too great!’ Thankfully, God’s love is greater than all the sins of all time. Jesus offers his grace and forgiveness to every repentant heart.”

    + www.hopeafterabortion.com “Project Rachel: Peace Starts Here” www.goo.gl/Fa65Az POST ABORTION RETREAT, Sat., March 19, 2016 ENTERING CANAAN, Day of Prayer and Healing Prayer and Healing Retreats, help those suffering the effects of abortion. All retreats are led by the Sisters of Life and women who have experienced both the suffering of abortion and the joy of healing in Christ. For more information or to register, contact: Sisters of Life @ 866.575.0075 (toll free) [email protected] www.sistersoflife.org OR: Theresa Bonopartis 877.586.4621 (toll free)[email protected]

    The St. Joseph's Baby Bottle Campaign to benefit The Life Center of Long Island will be completed with collec-tion of filled bottles on the weekend of: APRIL 2ND AND 3RD Please continue to say the prayer attached to the bottle. Thank you for your continued prayerful and financial support, and be assured it is making a big difference in the lives of many people served by this busy crisis preg-nancy center…Keep Going!! + + + + + + + + + + + + + “Quizás pienses: “No merezco ser perdonada. Mis pe-cados son demasiado graves”. Sin embargo, el amor de Dios supera todos los pecados del mundo. Jesús les ofrece su gracia y su perdón a todos los corazones arrepenti-dos”. + www.esperanzaposaborto.org “Proyecto Raquel: La paz comienza aquí” www.goo.gl/qIxw7C POST ABORTO RETIROS oración y retiros de sanación, ayudar a quienes sufren los efectos del aborto. Ofrecemos un lugar seguro, una manera de salir del dolor, en un ambiente sin prejuicios. Los retiros son dirigidos por las hermanas de la vida y las mujeres que han experimentado el sufrimiento del aborto y la alegría de la sanación en Cristo. CANAAN entrando días de oración y sanación para la mujer: sábado, 19 de marzo de 2016 sábado Para más información o para inscribirse, póngase en con-tacto con: hermanas de la vida a 866. 575. 0075 (gratuito) [email protected] www.sistersoflife.org O bien: Theresa Bonopartis 877. 586. 4621 (gratuito) [email protected]

    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 _______________________

    Phone Number _________________________________

    Number of tickets: __________________________

    Please make checks payable to Saint Joseph’s Church

  • LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA

    READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 [41c-62]; Ps 23:1-6; Jn 8:12-20 (or Jn 8:1-11 if Year A readings were used on Sunday) Tuesday: Nm 21:4-9; Ps 102:2-3, 16-21; Jn 8:21-30 Wednesday: Dn 3:14-20, 91-92, 95; Dn 3:52-56; Jn 8:31-42 Thursday: Gn 17:3-9; Ps 105:4-9: Jn 8:51-59 Friday: Jer 20:10-13; Ps 18:2-7; Jn 10:31-42 Saturday: 2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Ps 89:2-5, 27, 29; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22; Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a or Lk 2:41-51a Sunday: Lk 19:28-40 (procession); Is 50:4-7; Ps 22:8-9, 17-20, 23-24; Phil 2:6-11; Lk 22:14 — 23:56 [23:1-49]

    Lunes: Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 [41c-62]; Sal 23 (22):1-6; Jn 8:12-20 (o Jn 8:1-11 si es que se usaron las lecturas del Año A el domingo) Martes: Nm 21:4-9; Sal 102 (101):2-3, 16-21; Jn 8:21-30 Miércoles: Dn 3:14-20, 91-92, 95; Dn 3:52-56; Jn 8:31-42 Jueves: Gn 17:3-9; Sal 105 (104):4-9: Jn 8:51-59 Viernes: Jer 20:10-13; Sal 18 (17):2-7; Jn 10:31-42 Sábado: 2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Sal 89 (88):2-5, 27, 29; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22; Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a o Lc 2:41-51a Domingo: Lc 19:28-40 (procesión); Is 50:4-7; Sal 22 (23):8-9, 17-20, 23-24; Fil 2:6-11; Lc 22:14 — 23:56 [23:1-49]

    Small gestures of love, of tenderness, of care, make people feel that the Lord is with

    us. This is how the door of mercy opens. Twitter - March 8, 2016

    I consider everything as a loss

    because of the supreme good of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord.

    — Philippians 3:8

    Más aún pienso que nada vale la pena en comparación con el bien supremo,

    que consiste en conocer a Cristo Jesús, mi Señor. — Filipenses 3:8

    If you would like to have something printed in the bulletin, please email your

    announcement to [email protected]

    Please have your message sent by Tuesday at Noon for the following Sunday.

    May God continue to bless us as we continue to bring the Love of Christ

    to our beloved Five Towns.

    2016 DAILY MASS

    BOOK FOR FOR THE THREE

    PARISHES OF THE FIVE TOWNS.

    Masses for 2016 are now available in Saint Joseph’s, Saint Joachim’s and Our Lady of Good

    Counsel for anyone wishing to make Mass arrangements

    for their loved one. Please come to the Rectory

    DURING OFFICE HOURS ONLY. The offering for announced Masses remain at $20 and

    unannounced masses are still $10.

  • Time And Celebrant

    SAT

    5:00 PM

    SUN

    8:30 AM

    SUN 10:30 AM

    SUN

    12:00NOON

    SERVERS

    N. Gaona

    X. Gaona **

    E. Gaona **

    M. Artusa

    K. Artusa

    B. Finn

    A. Ayala

    L. Loria

    A. Oliverio **

    C. Ghanoo

    Z. Eayres

    L. Eayres

    Saint Joseph - March 19 - 20

    Lector L.S. EM Cup Cup Cup Cup Deacon

    Lector L.S. EM Cup Cup Cup Cup Deacon

    EM’s / LECTORS

    Lector L.S. EM Cup Cup Cup Cup Deacon H.R./N.H.

    Lector L.S. EM Cup Cup Cup Cup Deacon

    Good Counsel - March 19 - 20

    Celebrant Father

    Norbert D’Souza

    Celebrant Father

    Tom Moriarty

    Celebrant Father

    Eric Fasano

    Celebrant Father

    Eric Fasano

    SERVERS     Shannon Ehlers Marisol Garcia Samantha Puzio Max Bardales Kerin Guzman Valen na Jaco Ethan Montalvo Jacqueline Por llo Stacy Por llo

    SAT 4:00 PM

    SUN 9:30 AM SUN 11:00 AM

    EM’s / LECTORS

    LECTOR

    MINISTER

    LECTOR

    MINISTER

    Celebrant - Father Eric Fasano

    Celebrant - Father Tom Moriarty

    Celebrant - Father Fernando Echeverri

    SERVERS

    Madeline Bishop Brianna Vargas

    Brian Guevarra Chris an Guevarra

    SUN 8:00 AM SUN 11:30 AM

    EM’s / LECTORS

    LECTOR

    MINISTER

    LECTOR

    MINISTER

    Celebrant - Visitor

    Celebrant - Visitor

    Saint Joachim - March 19 - 20

    Robert Villanella James Nolan ---------------------- James Nolan

    Deacon Charles Bonnie Goldburg ---------------------- Deacon Charles

    D.Otton/K.Amato R. Offerman E. Metz M. Otton F. Quinn R. Brunoni

    T.Costello/T.Anthony

    C. Simmons T. Costello A. Hugues T. Molinaro J. Ostrin T. Costello Team 3

    V.Harnisch/T.Early J. Reyes C. Reyes P. Roche R. Russo C.Russo

    M.Stamile/R.Breen M. Breen A. Yenna J. Taglic P. Tinghitella P. Vadaro

    M. James D. Carroll

    P. Vacchio C. Wankmiller

  • Artesanos preparan alfombras de flores y plumas de quetzal en Guatemala para las fiestas de esta semana santa. Grupos de fieles practican su papel de perso-naje judío o romano para los vía crucis en México, Texas, Chicago y tantos lugares más. Fraternidades penitenciales están preparándose espiritualmente para cargar con imágenes sagradas y pesadas por calles españolas. Muchos más están preparando sus maletas para irse a la playa o las montañas donde, probablemente, nunca recordaran el nombre de Je-sús. Estos últimos se perderán las liturgias más signi-ficativas de nuestra fe cristiana; ritos llenos de movi-miento desde afuera de la Iglesia hasta adentro. Es-tán llenos de símbolos que nos llaman a la verdad de la existencia cristiana y humana: somos personas paradójicas. Comenzamos entre los hosannas del Domingo de Ramos, pasamos por las dolorosas imá-genes del Viernes Santo y terminamos entre juegos de oscuridad, fuego y agua en la Vigilia Pascual. Muchas veces honramos al Señor y tantas veces lo negamos, pero él nunca deja de llamarnos. En fin nos recuerda que la condición humana es sagrada y profana a la vez.

    March 13, 2016 Fifth Sunday of Lent

    13 de marzo de 2016 Quinto Domingo de Cuaresma

    STRAIGHT LINES “God writes straight with crooked lines,” the saying goes. The power of Paul’s testimony that everything is junk but knowledge of Jesus and the power of his resurrection is a straight enough message. And, God knows, Paul had a crooked journey before his blind-ing insight straight from God. Through Isaiah, God reminds us all that the past great works were as noth-ing compared to the new creation. “Can’t you see it?” we are asked, as if we are still wandering along our crook-ed lines. And there is no straighter line than that be-tween the woman whose misery is intense and the God whose mercy in Jesus is deeper and more acute. You just can’t beat this kind of good news

    RENGLONES RECTOS “Dios escribe derecho en renglones torcidos”, dice el refrán. El testimonio contundente de san Pa-blo, cuando nos dice que todo es basura fuera del

    conocer a Cristo y experimentar la fuerza de su Resurrección, es un mensaje bien directo y claro –aunque Dios sabe que Pablo anduvo por una senda bien torcida antes de recibir la luz cegadora del Señor. Isaías nos recuerda que los gran-des milagros del pasado no son nada en comparación con la nueva creación que Dios va a realizar. “¿No lo notan?” nos

    pregunta el profeta, como si todavía anduviéramos perdidos por nuestras sendas torcidas. Y no hay renglón más derecho que la línea que conecta la intensa miseria de una mujer pecadora con la misericordia de Dios que se muestra en la persona de Jesús. ¡Eso sí que son Buenas Nuevas!”

    TODAY’S READINGS - LECTURAS DE HOY

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