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214 Brainard Road Enfield, Connecticut 06082 Founded 1963 Phone: 8607455616 Fax: 8607416731 Email: [email protected] January 14, 2018 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time F S A D 2/3, 2017 Rev. Robert Villa, Pastor Rev. Anthony J. Bruno, Weekend Assistant Deacon Robert Bernd and Deacon Michael Torres Lori Kedzior, Business Administrator Email: [email protected] Saint Martha Parish 214 Brainard Road Enfield, Connecticut 06082 Founded 1963 Phone: 8607455616 Fax: 8607416731 Email: [email protected] July 21, 2019 16th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME The parish of Saint Martha aspires to be an inviting community, welcoming people from all walks of life. Holding to the call of Jesus to repentance and to believe in the Gospel, our community seeks to offer everyone that comes through our opened doors the tools and support needed to achieve this call to holiness, by sound Catholic teaching, beautiful liturgies, cross generational faith formation and serving those in need. Our ulti- mate goal is to become vivid images of Jesus Christ in the world, so that we share in the salvation of the world. Saint Martha School Est. 1963 Laying the Foundation for Life Long Excellence Now enrolling for the 201920 academic year. Pre- school (3 years old) through 8th Grade. Call for a private tour, meeting, and learn first hand why Saint Martha School is a Premier Learning Academy. Please share this with someone who could benefit from a Blue Ribbon Catholic Education. Saint Martha School 214 Brainard Rd. Enfield, CT 06082 (860)7453833 Confession: Saturday 2:30 PM Baptisms: Saturdays at 12:00 PM by appointment only Please contact the rectory at least one month in ad- vance. Marriages: Contact the rectory at least six months in advance. Schedule of Masses: Saturday Vigil 4:00 PM English Sunday 8:00 & 9:30 AM; Traditional Latin Mass 11:00 AM Spanish Mass 1:00 PM Weekday 8:30AM (Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. ) 1st Friday Mass 8:30AM (when school is in session) Saturday 9:00AM English (1st Saturday TLM only) Religious Education Program: Sunday mornings during school year Grades 1 8 Brian LeMay, D.R.E. (860) 7498457 Confirmation Program: Lori Kedzior (860) 7164621
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<FEFF30323931373031322E4264700066000000000000000000000018001C>214 Brainard Road Enfield, Connecticut 06082 Founded 1963! !
Phone: 8607455616 Fax: 8607416731! ! Email: [email protected]!
! January 14, 2018! ! ! ! ! ! 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time! !
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Rev. Robert Villa, Pastor! Rev. Anthony J. Bruno, Weekend Assistant!
Deacon Robert Bernd and Deacon Michael Torres! Lori Kedzior, Business Administrator ! Email: [email protected]!
Saint Martha Parish
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July 21, 2019! ! ! ! ! ! 16th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME!
! The parish of Saint Martha aspires to be an inviting community, welcoming people from all walks of life. Holding to the call of Jesus to repentance and to believe in the Gospel, our community seeks to offer everyone that comes through our opened doors the tools and support needed to achieve this call to holiness, by sound Catholic teaching, beautiful liturgies, cross generational faith formation and serving those in need. Our ulti- mate goal is to become vivid images of Jesus Christ in the world, so that we share in the salvation of the world.!
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Now enrolling for the 2019!20 academic year. Pre- school (3 years old) through 8th Grade. Call for a
private tour, meeting, and learn first hand why Saint Martha School is a Premier Learning Academy. !
Please share this with someone who could benefit from a ! Blue Ribbon Catholic Education.!
Saint Martha School ! 214 Brainard Rd. Enfield, CT 06082 (860)745!3833!
Confession:! Saturday 2:30 PM!
Baptisms:! Saturdays at 12:00 PM by appointment only !
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Spanish Mass 1:00 PM!
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Religious Education Program:! Sunday mornings during school year Grades 1 8!
Brian LeMay, D.R.E. (860) 7498457!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Confirmation Program:! Lori Kedzior (860) 7164621 !
16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! J-./ 21, 2019!
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MONDAY: 8:30 AM ! r/s LeRoy Oliver, r/b SMP !
TUESDAY: 8:30 AM! Special Intentions !
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! THURSDAY: 8:30AM Intentions of David & Robyn
Radziewicz (20th Wedding

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MASSES SCHEDULED FOR NEXT: ! ! ! SAT/SUN: July27th/28th! ! ! ! 4:00 PM! r/s Theresa Caswell! !! !
! 8:00 AM! r/s Luc Rochon ! ! !
! 9:30 AM! Intentions of the Sirard Family !
! 11:00 AM TLM! r/s Dorothy K. Miller (Birthday Remembrance)
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The collection for last Sunday was $5,349. The Monthly School Collection was $2,536. Next weekend is for the Utilities.!
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Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let your perpetual light
shine upon them. May they rest in peace. Amen.!
! SANCTUARY LAMP:!
CHAPEL LAMP FOR:! INTENTIONS OF ANNEMARIE !
Liturgical Resources Priests for Life ! The First Reading and Gospel of this weekend speak to us about welcome and hospitality. In the exercise of welcom- ing the other, we welcome God himself. The New Testa- ment urges us in various passages not to fail to exercise hospitality. The Letter to the Hebrews says, “Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it” (Heb. 13:2). !
Today’s homily can point out that “hospitality” is more than just a natural virtue or integral part of good manners. There is a “hospitality” that goes to the very depths of our relationship with God and our neighbor. The example of Abraham, Sarah, Martha, and Mary today point us to sever- al key truths. !
First, the only proper response to the human person is wel- come, acceptance, and love. This starts with the welcome we give to our own children, born and unborn, and contin- ues in the fabric of the family, Church, and society to create a communion of love and service. The attitude of welcome, the virtue of hospitality, means that we make room for the other because of the value of the other, not because of some pleasure or convenience of our own. (The phrase “every child a wanted child” is a Planned Parenthood slogan; but as psychiatrist Dr. Philip Ney explains, it is not being “wanted” that leads to psychological health, but rather be- ing “welcomed.” Being “wanted” means we meet someone else’s need or desire; being “welcomed” means there is room for us because of who we are and the dignity that we possess, independent of what is going on in anyone else.) !
Second, the opportunity to welcome the other comes at times we do not expect. We are always living in the com- munity of the human family, and have to be always ready to respond to the needs of the other person. We are not only responsible for the people we choose and plan for. We are responsible before we choose, simply because all human beings are our brothers and sisters. As John Paul II stressed in Evangelium Vitae, we have been entrusted to the care of one another by the Creator. !
Third, the welcome and hospitality we extend to others is, by that very fact, extended to God himself. This is brought out in today’s readings and in many other passages of Scripture such as the judgment scene in Matthew 25. !
Fourth, extending welcome can bring suffering and incon- venience to us and this is the opportunity to live out what St. Paul describes in the Second Reading, uniting our suf- ferings with those of Christ.
16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! J-./ 21, 2019!
St. Martha Raffle Tickets ! Now Available!
Tickets are $25.00 at the Rectory Office! !
Tuesday through Friday! 9:30AM till 4:30PM!
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Lourdes of Litchfield ! !
The Legion of Mary invites you to join them on their annu- al pilgrimage to Lourdes of Litchfield on September 7th, 2019. It is not necessary to be a member of the Legion. Everyone is welcome! The cost for the bus will be $20. We will be leaving St. Joseph’s Residence on Enfield Street at 8 a.m. and will return to Enfield at approximately 5 p.m. The program includes a procession to the Grotto with Prae- sidium banners, Confession, Mass with a short homily, and stations of the cross by video or hiking. You may bring a picnic lunch or purchase food in the cafeteria.
A gift shop is available, and purchases will be blessed. It’s an inspiring day!
Please contact Alison Giallanza, 860!745!8593 or Dottie Cayouette, 860!305!0790 to make bus reservations. Please respond by August 20. See you there!!!
16TH SUNDATH IN ORDINARY TIME!
Devotions:! !
Rosary Before 8:30 AM daily Mass: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs, (1st Friday), Sat. , and 7PM Monday with Benediction !
Tuesday Devotion to St. Joseph, after 8:30 AM Mass ! !
Sacred Heart Eucharistic Adoration Chapel! Open Sunday 1:30PM 10 PM; Monday & Tuesday 5 AM 10 PM, Wednesday 8:30AM to 11:59PM, Thursday 5AM ! 10PM Friday 5AM to Saturday 4PM !
For Questions please call: Dot Cayouette (860)3050790 ! !
Communion to Homebound: ! Deacon Robert Bernd ! (860)4241274 !
Parish Home Visitation Legion of Mary: ! Meets every Monday at 2:30 PM Contact: Alison Giallanza (860)7458593 !
Prayer Line: Diane (860)7418617 !
Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Charismatic Prayer Group Tuesday: 7:00 ! 9:00 PM ! Peg Connor (860)7459861 !
ProLife Representative: ! Linda Bailey (860)7630509 ! !
Prayer Shawl Ministry: Every 3rd Monday of the Month at 6:30 PM Contact: Betty Joaquim (860)7452667 ! !
Bereavement Group: Susann Douglas ! (413)4548702! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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K of C Rev. John B. O’Connell Council 14600 Grand Knight Raymond H. Bishop 8607633076 ! Email [email protected] K of C meet the 2nd
Monday of the month at 7:00 PM !
Bulletin: Please E!mail Carrol: !
St. Martha Rectory! !
E!mail: [email protected]
1:30 PM 4:30 PM
St. Martha School! Phone: (860) 745!3833 • Fax: (860) 745!3329 Website: www.stmarthaschool!ct.org
St. Martha Before & After School Program!
Phone: (860) 741!6123
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94th Annual Mt. Carmel Italian Festival! Thurs., Aug. 1, 2019 thru Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019
Mt. Carmel Fairgrounds, 93 Park Avenue, Enfield, CT ADMISSION: $3 ADULTS UNDER 12: FREE
No coolers, no outside food or beverages, no pets! !
Thursday, August 1, 2019 (Rain or shine) 8:00 PM
8:00 PM (New Time) Candlelight rosary procession, blessing, opening ceremony, free refreshments,
public invited.! !
Friday, Aug 2, 2019 (Rain or shine) 5:0011:00 PM!
JOHNNY SIX GUN BAND 7:309:30PM
SAVAGE BROTHERS 9:0011:00PM!
GREAT FOOD, FUN, CARNIVAL RIDES FOR ! EVERYONE FRI, SAT, SUN !
RIDER WRIST BANDS AVAILABLE! !
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SOUTHERN VOICE BAND 7:309:00 PM
RECORDING ARTISTS PRESLEY AND TAYLOR ! 9:00 11:00PMFrom Nashville!
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9:00 AM NEW TIME OUTDOOR MASS Public Invited,
followed by free continental breakfast for all and religious procession with
Italian marching band through neighborhood. !
Sun, Aug 4, 2019 (Rain or Shine) 5:00 10:00 PM!
GREASED POLE CONTEST 6:30 PMCash prize. A great tradition. Must be 18 years or older to compete.
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JENNA ESPOSITO from Bronx, NY 8:00 9:30 PM ! (Headliner at annual San Gennaro Feast in New York)!
RAFFLE DRAWING 9:00 PM!
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Tickets Available at Gate, or at Sunday Bingo or at (860)7450321.
Winner need not be present at drawing.!
Worldwide Marriage Encounter! !
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