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Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 26 July 2015 Five Barley Loaves and Two Fish Saint Cecilia P A R I S H
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  • Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 26 July 2015

    Five Barley Loaves and Two Fish

    Saint CeciliaP A R I S H

  • Ministers of the Liturgy

    Saturday | 5:00 p.m.Rev. Peter Grover, OMV, celebrantFred Bachofner, lector

    Sunday | 8:00 a.m.Rev. John Unni, celebrantLouvere Walker, lector

    Sunday | 9:30 a.m.Rev. John Unni, celebrantMaggie Loh, Rosaria Salerno, & Molly Lomenzo, lectors Sunday | 11:15 a.m.Rev. John Unni, celebrantRosemary Walker, Cathy Anderson, & Geraldine Creaner, lectors

    today’s readings

    2 Kings 4:42-44Ephesians 4:1-6John 6:1-15

    next sunday’s Readings

    Exodus 16:2-4, 12-15Ephesians 4:17, 20-24John 6:24-35

    Special intentions

    Sunday, July 26 | 11:15 a.m. Pauline Pelletier, Memorial

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    our community news

    FOOD DONATIONS FOR CATHOLIC CHARITIESThis week's featured donation item is:

    CEREAL!

    Next week's featured donation item is:PEANUT BUTTER!

    Donations of pasta, sauce, cereal, tuna, & other canned food are always also accepted. Please leave food donations in the narthex baskets.

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    Prayers & Occasions

    Our SickPlease pray for all our sick and for those who are in need of our prayer, especially Jennifer Serpico, Rudy Kikel, Annette Kulas, Steven Whitkens, Lisa Caputo, Anthony Simboli, Anne Frenette Handly, Ruth Frost, Roséa Aubrey, Brenna Smith, Mildred McLaughlin, Domenic Iannaccone, Cameron Robinson, Jennifer Murdock, Ken Bennett, Paul Claveau, Robert Lupis, Jaheel Robinson, Michael Claveau, Penny Maynard, Max Tubman, David Worster, Derek Schall, Susan Noll, Julie Downey, Donna Thagard, Robert Kimball, Owen Kyes, Mark Schatzl, Hugo Collamati, Javier A. Sattler, Michalina Maniscalco, Chris Novosielski, Gayle Haley, Niall O'Shaughnessy, Annie Flaherty, Pattie Geier, Colin Landry, Jake Mercier, Michael Patrick Kelly, Pilar Estrada, Mark Anderson, Matty Goddard, Carlo Pagani, Stephanie Merenda, Shea Hammond, Bill Downing, Skyler Stevenson, Rob Morrissey, Nimet Yousif, Rev. Robert Quinn, CSP, Boris Chermak, Dennis Heaphy, Mary Yanez, Roberta McMann, Peter Webster, Silvia Basagni, Brian Donnelly, Judy Gallo, John Farris, Karen Thoresen, Theresa Wier, Lena Bryant, Silvana Franco, Bill Ahern, Michael Steffen, Kenny Borum, Kevin, Lisa Anzalone, Joseph Pierre, George Driscoll, Bill Pennington, Rose Rizzo, Lisa Cox, George Morales, Richard Smith, Jack Hogan, Mary Curley, Meghan, Joseph Turner, Quinn Amsler, Bryan Thomas, Mary Silva, Linda Jenkins, and Annie McGovern.

    Welcome to Saint Cecilia!We are pleased to welcome the following new members of our parish who have recently registered: Lauren Antonucci of Boston, the Smith-Burke Family of Boston, James Stoddard of Boston, and Aurora Lachenauer of Cambridge. If you have not previously registered with the parish, there are forms in the narthex for this purpose or you can register online at www.stceciliaboston.org.

    Evening PrayerWe will pray Evening Prayer this Wednesday, July 29 for the Memorial of Saint Martha at six-thirty. All are welcome to attend!

    Next Week's Special CollectionNext week's second collection is for Catholic Relief Services. This collection supports emergency relief, human development, and peace initiatives in 99 countries around the world, where nearly half the population lives on less than $2.00 a day. The collection funds the ministries of five Catholic Church organizations: Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC), Migration and Refugee Services (MRS), Social Development and World Peace (SDWP), and The Holy Father's Relief Fund. For more information, please visit www.usccb.org/crscollection.

    The pope's prayer intentions~ juLY ~

    Universal: PoliticsThat political responsibility may be lived at all levels as a high form of charity.

    Evangelization: The poor in Latin AmericaThat, amid social inequalities, Latin American Christians may bear witness to love for the poor and contribute to a more fraternal society.

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    New Choir Members NeededWe are in need of new choir members to sing with us. If you have a musical talent to share with the community, we would love to have you join us. Please stop by and see Richard Clark after Mass, or email him at [email protected] We look forward to

    hearing from you! For more information you can also check our website at www.stceciliaboston.org/music-ministry.

    free fOOD AND FUN!At the USDA's Summer Food Service Program, kids 18 and under can enjoy free activities and meals all summer long! Call Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline at 1-800-645-8333 or visit www.meals4kids.org for details. No registration or ID necessary.

    early risers NEEDEDEach month parishioners have the opportunity to pick up donated meat, dairy products, and produce from three local supermarkets and deliver it to either Catholic Charities' Haitian Multi-Service Center in Dorchester or the Pine Street Inn in the South End. This vital ministry takes place at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday mornings and on Sundays can be completed in time to attend the 9:30 a.m. parish Mass. Here are our upcoming dates: July 25 and 26, and August 1 and 2. If you are interested in helping, please email Mark Lippolt at [email protected]

    Saint Cecilia Summer Fest 2015

    today! 10:30 a.m.—4:00 p.m.

    Today is our annual Saint Cecilia Summer Festblock party! Belvidere Street is closed off and wewill be grilling hamburgers and hotdogs, serving potato salad and pasta salad, enjoying delicious

    desserts, listening to jazz from UMass, socializing, and dancing. Here's the schedule for the day:

    Mass - 8:00 a.m.

    Mass - 9:30 a.m.

    Coffee & Donuts in the Saint Francis Garden - 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    Mass - 11:15 a.m.

    Block Party on Belvidere Street - Noon - 4:00 p.m.

    $5 tickets may still be purchased this morning &afternoon. This is a great opportunity to eat, listen,

    dance, or simply spend time getting to know the people you see each week at Mass. We are grateful for the Summer Fest Planning Committee and for all

    the volunteers who have made today's event possible.

    Training for New & Current Youth

    Altar ServersWe are looking for new altar servers. All children entering fourth grade or higher this fall are welcome to join the ranks of the Saint Cecilia Altar Servers. New altar servers will be asked to attend two training sessions. Training sessions will be held on the following dates from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.:

    • Wednesday, August 12• Wednesday, September 16• Wednesday, September 23

    Children/youth who are currently serving the parish as altar servers are asked to plan to attend at least one of these training sessions to brush up on their skills.

    If you have any questions about this or would like to sign-up for a training session, please e-mail Scott MacDonald at [email protected]

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    Shakespeare on the Common and Parish PotluckSaint Cecilia will be going to see "King Lear" on Tuesday, July 28 on the Boston Common near the Parkman Bandstand. We'll be reserving space and having a potluck picnic beforehand. The picnic is at 6:30 p.m. and the play starts at 8:00 p.m. For more information please contact Jenny Jones at [email protected] or 617-283-7927. The play is free, though donations to the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company are appreciated (please visit: http://www.commshakes.org/).

    #flatfrancis selfie time!In anticipation of Pope Francis' U.S. visit this September, Catholic Extension created “Flat Francis” — a cartoon image of Pope Francis — to help people welcome the pontiff. A cute cartoon drawing of the pope can be found on the Catholic Extension website www.flatfrancis.org and printed out. The idea is for people to take selfies as they hold up a Flat Francis printout. The pope is holding the Catholic Extension logo and #FlatFrancis is printed at the bottom of his cassock. All Catholic Extension asks is that people post their photos online using Twitter and Instagram, or even just email photos directly to the organization: [email protected]

    SAINT CECILIA YOUNG ADULTS!Camping Trip Fri., Jul. 31 or Sat., Aug. 1 to Sun., Aug. 2 Shawme Crowell State Forest - Sandwich, MA

    Our group site that fits 25 people will be your perfect $15 vacation with a bunch of randos, complete with at least two Eagle Scouts. There will be bathrooms for all you cityfolk.

    Young Adult Mass on Boston Common Sunday, August 2 I 2:30 p.m. Boston Common

    The Paulist Center has invited us to their annual Mass on the Common with their young adult group. Please bring a snack to share and lawn games if you have them! Exact location is TBD, but you can contact them for more info.

    Suppah ClubSunday, August 9 I 1:00 p.m. Petit Robert Bistro

    Instead of Suppah Club this month, join the young adults for brunch after the 11:15 a.m. Mass. It's a nice mix of French and American nspired plates, ranging from Eggs Benedict to Nutella crepes and croque-monsieur sand-wiches! If the weather's nice, we'll eat outside. Cap at 10 people. RSVP to [email protected]

    Volunteer with More Than WordsSaturday August 29 - 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.242 East Berkeley Street, South End

    Spend an afternoon sorting book donations for More Than Words, a nonprofit that helps troubled and disadvantaged youth develop professional and life skills by running their own business. The day includes tour of the Boston facility led by the youth who run the MTW Warehouse Bookstore! 14 spots available. RSVP to [email protected]

    SCYA Picnic

    SCYA Planning Committee

    Dancing in the Dark: Harbor Cruise 2015 Saturday, August 15 I 8:00-11:00 p.m.

    This is going to be a blast and word is spreading fast! If you missed our February dance, there are no excuses this time. This is where the best Catholic party will be happening in Boston! Tickets cost $30. stcecilia.eventbrite.com.

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    Sad to say, I suspect that if Moses were a young man today, he'd probably miss the burning bush. Not, of course, because of any lack of effort on God's part. But with so many distractions today, it's awfully difficult to be attentive to our surroundings. People walk about the streets with eyes fixed upon hand-held screens and tune out ambient noises as they tune in personalized music. Indeed, it'd be my wager that college campuses - at least during the day - have become quieter over the years: students are so plugged into their own private worlds that there is an ever-decreasing need to engage in random interactions. Why stop to chat when you can just send a text?

    I can imagine Moses walking the streets today, so enraptured by the latest Tweet or Facebook message that he'd completely miss what was going on around him. Modern technology would allow him to have his world...even if this convenience comes at the expense of increasingly divorcing him from the world he shared with others. A burning bush might occasion a raised eyebrow or quizzical look, but the latest piece of celebrity gossip would quickly draw his attention away. If he did stop to puzzle over the sight, would he really allow himself to feel astonished or would he take a selfie with it or try to find its likeness on Wikipedia?

    Now, make no mistake: I don't have any nostalgia for a "simpler time" before modern technology. It'd be hypocritical for me to do so, as I'm writing in a coffee shop on Mackinac Island using WiFi and a laptop! But

    I cannot help but wonder if a consequence of the proliferation of technology isn't that we are buffered apart not only from one another but from our world at large.

    We don't need to jettison our devices, but we do need to discern more effective strategies for their use.

    Do we use them to explore and discover or to insulate and evade? As Moses daydreamed and pondered the flock he tended, he took the time to gaze upon a burning bush -- certainly not an uncommon sight in the desert -- and had to marvel that it was not reduced to ash. His wonder at this observed fact impelled him to gaze further, to watch, and to experience with amazement an unexpected call that opened for him and his people an entirely new history.

    Perhaps today the Angel's call would not be "take off your shoes." Instead, it would be "take off your headphones for you are surrounded by holy sound." For those looking for a challenge, perhaps we could try leaving our devices at home today or keeping silent our radios. Listen instead to the music of the world around us and allow it to speak to us, within us, and perhaps we can begin to discern a long-muted call of the Holy One who continues to appear to those attentive to it.

    Father Ryan Duns, SJ is author of the blog The Tin Whistle Priest, where he attempts to spread the Gospel through his life, his writing, and through Irish music.

    Today, Moses Would Have Missed It

    By RYAN DUNS, SJ

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    What faith is not Faith is not about understanding the ways of God. It is not about maneuvering God into a position of human subjugation, making a God who is a benign deity who exists to see life as we do. Faith, in fact, is not about understanding at all. It is about awe in the face of the God of all. And it is awe that inspires an alleluia to the human soul. Faith is about reverencing precisely what we do not understand—the mystery of the Life Force that generates life for us all. It is about grounding ourselves in a universe so intelligent, so logical, so clearly loving that only a God in love with life could possibly account for it completely. When we center our power outside ourselves, which is of the essence of faith, we have faith in something greater than our smallness. We take our very lack of control as a sign of God’s presence in the world. It is precisely because of our smallness that we can come to see and trust the greatness of God that surrounds us. It is only then that we can really come to see the face of God in the face of the other. Faith in what we cannot control, do not see, cannot understand destroys the idol that is ourselves. It is only the deep-down belief that we are not the be-all and end-all of the universe that can save us from ourselves. It is the awareness of being part of something vast and intelligent and well-intentioned that gives purpose to life, that leads us to seek beyond the horizons of our smallness to the hope that tomorrow, warped as we may be today, we can all be better.

    Faith in God is the only ground we have for faith in ourselves, in humanity, in life. Then we may care enough about others, about the purpose of God for all human life, to go beyond the kind of religion that turns God into a local deity and life into a zero-sum game in which winner takes all and losers abound.

    - From Uncommon Gratitude by Joan Chittister (Liturgical Press).

    A REQUEST FROM CATHOLIC CHARITIESSunset Point Camp, located in Hull, serves as a dream "vacation" for 300 children each summer. The goal of the camp has always been to provide a free vacation for at-risk, low-income children from the Greater Boston area, without regard for their race, nationality, or religious affiliation.

    Sunset Point Camp is supervised by our friends at Catholic Charities' Yawkey Center in Dorchester. They have mentioned to us that they always need donations of sunscreen for the kids at the camp. So the next time you're at CVS or Walgreen's or your local supermarket, please consider picking up an extra tube of sunscreen and dropping it in the plastic bin identified for this purpose in the narthex. We have been told the higher the SPF number, the better. The Camp also needs kids' flip flops for boys and girls age 6 to 12.

    CATHOLIC CHARITIES’ FOOD PANTRY AT THE HAITIAN MULTI-SERVICE CENTERDid you know that August is the month when most food pantries and groups that feed the homeless experience the greatest demand for their services? It isn't around the Christmas holidays: it's August. Most summer school meals programs end in early August and families can suddenly find themselves with three or four additional mouths to feed at breakfast and lunch. Also, August is the month when family budgets are stretched to purchase back-to-school supplies and clothes.

    Even though the Catholic Charities' pantry in Dorchester opens its doors at 9:30 a.m., folks looking to receive a bag of groceries began lining up at 7:45 a.m. Given the current state of the economy, our friends at Catholic Charities expect to see many more hungry families looking for assistance at their food pantry this month. We at Saint Cecilia Parish would like to help them meet this increase in demand. Please consider bringing the following items to the food baskets in the back of the church: peanut butter, tuna fish, canned chicken breast, Cheerios or corn flakes, white flour spaghetti, macaroni and cheese, and tomato sauce.

    TWEETS FROM THE POPE

    When everything falls apart, only one thing sustains our hope: God loves us,

    he loves everyone!

    Now is the time for a change in mindset and to stop pretending that

    our actions do not affect those who suffer from hunger.

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    celebration of the priesthoodOn Thursday, September 17, parishioners across theArchdiocese of Boston are joining to honor and thank ourpriests at the seventh annual dinner in Celebration of thePriesthood. This annual event at the Seaport World Trade benefits the Clergy Health and Retirement Trust, which helps to ensure the highest level of care and quality of life for our 630 active and senior diocesan priests. Join us on Thursday, September 17 as we celebrate Father John and all the priests who have been there when we needed them. If you would like to purchase a ticket with the parish table please contact Caroline Gélinas at [email protected] You may also visit www.clergyfunds.org/celebration to directly purchase your ticket today. Tickets for the event can be purchased for $375 each and all sponsorship opportunities are listed at www.clergyfunds.org/celebration. Thank you for your generous and prayerful support of Boston’s priests.

    OUR BULLETIN: IT'S BLACK AND WHITE (AND COLOR) AND READ ALL OVERWe appreciate the financial support of the firms and companies that advertise weekly in our bulletin. Their ads have enabled us to expand and enhance the bulletin in the past two years with no additional cost to the parish and we hope that you will continue to patronize our advertisers. If you know of a local business, attorney, accountant or store that might like information about advertising in our bulletin, please contact Scott MacDonald at (617) 536-4548 or [email protected]

    minister at brigham & women'sBrigham and Women’s Hospital is in need of Eucharistic Ministers. All parish Eucharistic Ministers as well as those who are not are invited to participate in the Brigham & Women’s Eucharistic Ministry Program. All volunteers will attend both hospital and departmental orientations. Ongoing support, parking, and a snack voucher are offered. We invite you to accept the privilege and challenge of ministering to the sick, and ask that you give this request prayerful consideration. For more info and to apply contact Fran Hauck at 617-325-4865x13 or [email protected] or [email protected] We recall the words of St. Paul: And if one member of the Body of Christ suffers, all the members suffer with it; if one member is honored, all the members rejoice with it.

    join elders climate actionOn September 9 & 10 members of the elder population will gather in D.C. to call on our nation’s leaders to strengthen our energy policies in order to avoid catastrophic changes in the climate. Climate change is a reality that is upon us today - the time to act is now. Elders Climate Action (ECA) believes that by enacting strong legislation we can restore our climate for alivable future. Their platform includes: Carbon Fee and Divi-dend legislation and EPA’s Clean Power Plan. During Grand-parents Climate Action Day we will meet with members of Congress to encourage their support for this platform. Elders Climate Action is a national movement of elders dedicated to using the power of our caring, our wisdom and our numbers to push for new energy policies that will reduce greenhouse gases in our atmosphere to a level consistent with life thriving on our planet. For more info, contact Ellyn Dooley at 650-208-1549 or [email protected]

    free fun fridays!All summer long, beginning on June 26, there will be a freefun cultural venue or museum to check out on Fridays. Someof the great options include the Franklin Park Zoo, MFA,Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston Harbor IslandsNational Park, and Plimouth Plantation. For more informationvisit http://highlandstreet.org/freefunfridays.html.

    Notable Saints of the Week

    July 29 - Saint MarthaPatron of cooks.

    July 31 - Saint Ignatius of Loyola, PriestPatron of all spiritual retreats, soldiers,

    and the Society of Jesus

    August 1 - Saint Alphonsus Liguori, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

    Patron of confessors and moral theologians.

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    Parish RESOURCESParish Office & Mailing Address18 Belvidere Street, Boston, MA 02115Hours | Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.Phone | 617 536 4548Fax | 617 536 1781E-mail | [email protected] | www.stceciliaboston.org

    Parish StaffRev. John J. Unni, PastorMark Donohoe, Pastoral Associate for Administration, [email protected] J. MacDonald, Director of Faith Formation and Leadership Development, [email protected] Bruno, Coordinator of Pastoral Outreach, [email protected] J. Clark, Director of Music and Organist, [email protected] Gélinas, Executive Assistant,[email protected] Sullivan, Special Projects Manager,[email protected]

    Assisting ClergyRev. Arthur M. CalterRev. Ryan Duns, SJRev. Thomas Gariepy, CSCRev. Peter Grover, OMVRev. James Shaughnessy, SJRev. Michael Simone, SJRev. George Winchester, SJ

    Schedule for LiturgyWednesday, Thursday, & Friday | 8:00 a.m.Lord’s Day | Sat 5:00 p.m.; Sun 8:00, 9:30, 11:15 a.m.Holy Days | 8:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

    ReconciliationAvailable at St. Clement Eucharistic Shrine (617-266-5999 x221), St. Francis Chapel in the Prudential Center (617-437-7117), and St. An-thony Shrine (617-542-6440). Please call for scheduled times.

    Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the communal process through which non-baptized men and women become members of the Catholic Church. It is also suitable for those baptized in different faith traditions who are interested in becoming Catholic, or, for those who were baptized Catholic, but have yet to receive the sacraments of eucharist and confirmation. For more information, please contact Scott MacDonald.

    Baptism for InfantsInfant baptism is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. For more information, please contact Mark Donohoe.

    Faith Formation for ChildrenTo register your child for our Faith Formation Program, please contact Scott MacDonald.

    MarriageCouples who wish to prepare for marriage should contact Mark Donohoe in the parish office at least six months in advance.

    Care of the SickTo arrange for the Sacrament of the Sick, for Holy Communion to be brought to those unable to attend the Sunday celebration, or for Viaticum for the Dying (Holy Communion for those in danger of death), please contact the parish office. It is always possible to anoint the sick during regularly scheduled liturgies.

    Order of Christian FuneralsThe parish is prepared to celebrate the Vigil (wake) in the church. Please contact the parish office for more information.

    Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) TeamThe CAP Team is responsible for training all parish staff and volunteers in mandated reporting laws and the Protecting God’s Children program (VIRTUS). They also provide consultation and support to anyone in the parish who has concerns about reporting child abuse and neglect. Please contact Lois Flaherty ([email protected]), Maria Roche ([email protected]) or Letitia Howland ([email protected]) if you have any questions or concerns.The Archdiocese of Boston has in place a vigorous program to protect children from harm and to educate its ministers and faithful about the nature of abuse, with a goal of increasing knowledge, creating a safe environment for children, and recognizing and reporting potentially dangerous situations. The full text of the policy is also available in the narthex and parish office, as well as on our website.

    For Those with Celiac DiseaseIf you have celiac disease, please let us know. We have a supply of low-gluten altar bread available for those who cannot tolerate gluten.

    Hearing Assistance in ChurchThe church is equipped with an FM listening device. Small receivers are available for anyone who may have trouble hearing the sound system. Simply request a receiver from any one of our greeters before Mass.

    Access for the DisabledThe church is accessible by elevator.

    Sunday ParkingReduced-rate parking is available on Sundays at the Prudential Center parking garage and at the Hilton Boston Back Bay. Be sure to have a greeter validate your parking ticket before returning to your car.

    Saint Cecilia Rainbow MinistrySaint Cecilia Rainbow Ministry is a GLBTQ community at Saint Cecilia. For more information, contact [email protected]

    Joining Our CommunityWe’re happy that you’re with us! Our community offers a warm, spiritual home for a diverse group of Catholics. We come from many neighborhoods in and around Boston but also have parishioners from as far afield as Marlborough, Newburyport, and Stow. Please introduce yourself to a staff member, drop in for coffee on Sunday, or fill out a new parishioner form in the gathering space.

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