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  • We continually remember before our God and Father

    your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your endurance inspired

    by hope in our Lord, Jesus Christ.

    Most holy redeemer church, Hadley MA 01035 Daily Mass Schedule

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 am (in chapel- through office door)

    Weekend Schedule (in church ) Saturday 4:00 pm

    Sunday 8:00 am, 10:30 am

    Miraculous Medal Novena during Mondays morning Mass

    Hadley at Elaine Manor

    Monthly Mass 2nd Thurs, 10:30am

    Communion on Sundays

    Holy Rosary Cemetery Huntington Rd. Hadley, MA

    120 Russell Street PO Box 375

    Hadley, MA 01035 413) 584-1326

    mhrchurch@yahoo.com

    Website: www.mhrhadley.org

    Office Hours Mon & Wed 9am - 4pm

    Thurs 9am-1pm

    MHR Parish Staff Fr. Piotr Pawlus, Pastor

    John Gibbons, Faith Formation Josephine Polnack, Secretary

    Doug Almanzar, Music Director Pauline Danylieko, Funeral Organist

    Frank Wilda, Folk Choir

    Advisory Finance Council & Cemetery,

    Kathy Zieja Pastoral Council, Joan Smola

    First Friday Confession 12:30 pm Mass 1pm in Chapel Adoration 1:30-5pm

    Confession Saturdays 3-3:30pm

    by appointment

    Most Holy Redeemer Church June 2-3, 2018

  • VOTIVE LIGHT PRAYER INTENTIONS For Our Soldiers: Chris Ahlemeyer Quentin Antes Gary Bristol, Ryan Brown Mark Butler, David Fill Dan Grzybowski Jeffrey Kristek Joe Lapaire, Edmund Loughran Nathan Meaux, Daniel Milano Paul Morrissey Chris Sylvain Sean Szawlowski Kyle Keith Sam Salvatore For Claire from family For Rita Bishko. For Ann Kristek from Diane & Joe. For Adeline Rocasah from Diane and Joe For Victoria, Edward & Theresa Banas from Fr. Charles For John Kzcowski from family For Catherine Woodard from family For Nancy Woodard from family For David Wilga from Mom For Edward Machno & Frances (Machno) Slattery From Fr. Charles

    Most Holy Redeemer

    May 27-28 Budgeted This Week Difference

    Weekly Collection 2717.50 $3133 -415.50

    Thank you for your generous support of our parish community!

    This Weeks MASS INTENTIONS Saturday, June 2, 2018 4:00pm: Tessie Mokrzecki r/b Gerry & Alvira Balut Sunday, June 3, 2018 8:00am: Rev. John Chawlek 10:30am: In Thanksgiving to Christ Jesus & Virgin Mary Monday, June 4, 2018 8:00am: John, Edward & Charles Mokrzecky (perpetual) Tuesday, June 5, 2018 8:00am: Martin & Helen Gwozda r/b family Thursday, June 7, 2018 8:00am: A. Charles Lincoln r/b Carney family Friday, June 8, 2018 8:00 am: Marilynn Belk r/b Joan & Ed Smola Saturday, June 9, 2018 4pm: Josephine Filipowicz r/b Ted, Helen, & Claire Kapinos Sunday, June 10, 2018 8:00am: Anna 10:30am: Pauline Moczulewski (10 year anniversary) r/b her children and grandchildren

    Baptism, Confirmation, & Wedding Information Baptism is available for infants, children, and adults. To sign up for clas-ses, call the Faith Formation Office: 413-584-1326. If you are interested in the Sacrament of Confirmation for Adults, please call the office: 413-584-1326 or pick up a brochure at either church entrance. Wedding dates cannot be set until after a meeting with the parish priest, at least 1 year before the desired date. Please call the office for an ap-pointment.

  • Take it; this is my body...This is my blood... June 2-3 2018

    Gospel Reading Mark 14:12-16,22-26

    Jesus shares his Last Supper with his disciples.

    Background on the Gospel Reading

    Today, the second Sunday after Pentecost, we celebrate a second solemni-ty, which marks our return to Ordinary Time in the liturgical calendar. To-day is the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. At one time, this day was called Corpus Christi, the Latin words for the Body of Christ. In the most recent revision of our liturgical rites, the name for this day is expanded to be a more complete reflection of our Eucharistic theolo-

    gy.

    The Gospel of Mark describes Jesus Last Supper with his disciples as a celebration of the Jewish feast of Passover. The Jewish celebration of Passover is a memorial to and a ritual participation in the defining moment of Israels history. It celebrates Gods deliverance of his people from slav-ery in Egypt. The Passover meal includes many ritually important ele-ments, such as unleavened bread, lamb, and bitter herbs. Each food item recalls an aspect of the Exodus event. The instructions for the preparation of this meal are carefully prescribed in the Law of Moses. It is a central obligation of the Jewish faith tradition to celebrate this meal and to give

    thanks to God for his deliverance and protection.

    In the description of the Passover meal found in todays Gospel, however, Mark omits many elements of the Jewish Passover meal. Instead he de-scribes only those elements he believes to be most essential to the Chris-tian Eucharist: Jesus took bread, blessed the bread, broke the bread, and shared it with his disciples. Similar words and actions follow as Jesus shares the chalice with his disciples. This bread now shared is Jesus own body. Those who drink from the chalice are invited to share in a new cove-nant which will be sealed by Jesus own blood. Marks Eucharistic theolo-

    gy looks forward to the Kingdom of God that Jesus inaugurates.

    NEIGHBOR HELPING NEIGHBOR NEWS FROM THE HADLEY FOOD PANTRY

    Thank you for your continued donations to the Hadley Food Pantry, helping between 4 and 12 families we serve each week. We are able to offer this program through donations received from the parishioners of Most Holy Redeemer and the First Congregational Church. Are you in need? The Had-ley Food Pantry is here to help. Stop by the parish hall any Sunday between 12 and 1! Donations of non-perishable items to help stock the pantry include cereal, crackers, pasta, canned chicken, rice, boxed potatoes, bottled juice, canned fruit, peanut butter, coffee, tea, spaghetti sauce and condiments (mayonnaise, oil, etc.) as well as toilet tissue and personal hygiene items. Monetary donations can be made by including extra cash or a check in your regular envelope and designating it for the Food Pantry. Come visit us to see what we do and what you can do. Volunteers are always need-ed. The pantry is open every Sunday from 12-1pm.

    Bakers Needed for Weekend Meals

    Were looking for people who are willing to bake for our Weekend Meals on June 10, July 15, August 12 and September 9. We need enough to serve 35 people each time. If you can help with one or more of these, please call

    Donna at (413) 992-7226 or send an email to mhrweekenmeals@gmail.com. Thank you!

    Annual Parish Picnic: We Need Your Help

    When: June 14 at 9 am in the Parish Center

    We will need help pinching the potato and cheese pierogi. Also: We are looking for the following used items that are in good condition: pocketbooks, scarves and costume jewelry for our parish picnic sale. These items can be brought to the Parish Center on Saturday, July 14 from 9am-12 pm.

    REMINDER EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS AND READERS

    Session 2 of the training/updating will take place on Monday, June 4 in the church. Eucharistic Ministers will meet at 6:pm, and readers at 7:pm. All current and new ministers are expected to attend.

    Visitor Coming to MHR Sr. Mary Fisher (Missionary Sisters for Africa) will be visiting MHR during all Masses on the weekend of June 9-10. The Franciscan Missionary Sisters for Africa began in 1903 in Uganda when Mother Kevin and 5 companions took the risk to leave country, family and friends to travel to Africa. Inspired by her spirit and leadership, schools, hospitals, clinics, and training institutes were established in Uganda, Kenya, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. Mother Kevin pioneered the education of African women as reli-gious sisters, nurses, midwives, and teachers. Today work is being done on issues of trafficking of women and children, care of street children, the poor and destitute, and involvement in prison ministry. Sr. Mary Fisher is a member of the Missionary Sisters for Africa. After 41 years of ministry in Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, and South Africa, Sr. Mary was asked to return to the States to help raise funds for the Congregation. For 31 years Sr. Mary was involved in a spir-itual ministry offering courses on prayer, discernment, spiritual growth, as well as being available for a ministry offering retreats and spiritual direction. We look forward to Sr. Marys visit next weekend.

    Fathers Day Spiritual Bouquet Envelopes

    If you would like to make a donation for a Mass offering for your father or a special man in your life, for 3 consecutive days, starting on Fathers Day, please pick up an envelope at either of the Church entrances this weekend. Masses will be said for fathers and loved ones, living and deceased, on June 17, 18, and 19.

    mailto:mhrweekendmeals@gmail.com

  • PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

    Most Holy Redeemer Church was created in 1998 with the merging of Holy Rosary Church (1917) and St. Johns Church (1915), both of Hadley.

    As the one Roman Catholic Church in the Town of Hadley, Massachusetts,

    our Mission is: To be a welcoming place of worship for all. To proclaim the word of God and celebrate the sacraments. To attend to our ongoing formation in Christian living and support one another in spiritual growth. To dedica

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