+ All Categories
Home > Documents > SAINT MARY PARISH - The Pilot


Date post: 22-Nov-2021
Author: others
View: 1 times
Download: 0 times
Share this document with a friend
Embed Size (px)
of 8 /8
SAINT MARY PARISH Parroquia de Santa María June 9, 2019 / 9 de Junio de 2019
4804_mary_waltham_060919.pubJune 9, 2019 / 9 de Junio de 2019
Pentecost Sunday June 9, 2019
PLEASE PRAY FOR. . . Winston, Sylvio, Jeff Sullivan; all the sick & suffering. Note: If you want a name added or removed from the sick list, please call or email the parish office.
OFFERTORY Thank you for your generous offering to our parish. The follow- ing was collected during the Masses: This weekend’s second collection: Seminary Next weekend’s second collection: Monthly
COLLECTION FOR SEMINARIANS This weekend’s second collection supports the formation and training of seminarians in the Archdiocese of Boston for service as future priests. We are blessed that many are responding to the call to serve as priests. Please be generous and support these sem- inarians on their journey toward their ordination to the priesthood. For more information, visit www.VocationsBoston.org.
APPRECIATION Fr. Michael Ssenfuma wishes to extend a heartfelt appreciation to the Pastor and all the parishioners of St. Mary’s – particularly the UCCB – for supporting him in the Boston Marathon. Over $3,750 was raised, and the biggest portion of this fund ($3,000) was do- nated to Masaka Diocese to help in facilitating a retreat for the clergy; 250 priests attend this retreat every year. Jesus says, “No man has greater love than one who lays down his life for his friends.” John 15:13 We brought a medal home, and for the sec- ond year in a row we raised money to benefit causes. Thank you!
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MEETING The next council meeting will be Thursday, June 20, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at St. Mary's Religious Ed Building. For more information, contact Mark Chlapowski at 781-864-2385 or [email protected].
BULLETIN COVER Pentecost The earliest picture cycle of the life of Christ in manuscript illu- mination is the Codex Egberti (c. 980). The Codex Egberti was commissioned by Egbert, Archbishop of Trier. Today, the Codex resides at the city library in Trier, Germany.
MASS INTENTIONS Please find the full Mass Schedule on page 6.
Saturday, June 8 4:00 p.m. Jeremiah, Ellen & Derry O’Connor St. Mary 4:00 p.m. Robert Scafidi Jr. St. Charles Sunday, June 9 9:00 a.m. Kevin Clasby St. Mary 7:00 p.m. Robert Scafidi Jr. St. Charles Monday, June 10 12:10 p.m. Robert McGurrin St. Mary Tuesday, June 11 12:10 p.m. Barbara Schuster St. Mary 6:30 p.m. Isabella Acuna (living) St. Charles Wednesday, June 12 12:10 p.m. Holy Souls in Pugatory St. Mary Thursday, June 13 12:10 p.m. Edward J. Lenza St. Mary Friday, June 14 6:30 p.m. Gloria Taylor St. Charles Saturday, June 15 4:00 p.m. Jim Clasby St. Mary 4:00 p.m. William Stanley St. Charles Sunday, June 16 9:00 a.m. Bruce Sheffer St. Mary 7:00 p.m. Parish & Parishioners St. Charles
HUMANAE VITAE– 50 YEARS AGO We continue to publish Blessed Pope Paul VI’s Encyclical Hu- manae Vitae, which recently marked its 50th anniversary. This gift to the Church and the world is about married life and procre- ation. Each weekend we reprint a section for your reflection.
Christian Compassion 29. Now it is an outstanding manifestation of charity toward souls to omit nothing from the saving doctrine of Christ; but this must always be joined with tolerance and charity, as Christ Him- self showed in His conversations and dealings with men. For when He came, not to judge, but to save the world, was He not bitterly severe toward sin, but patient and abounding in mercy toward sinners? Husbands and wives, therefore, when deeply distressed by reason of the difficulties of their life, must find stamped in the heart and voice of their priest the likeness of the voice and the love of our Redeemer. So speak with full confidence, beloved sons, convinced that while the Holy Spirit of God is present to the magisterium pro- claiming sound doctrine, He also illumines from within the hearts of the faithful and invites their assent. Teach married couples the necessary way of prayer and prepare them to approach more of- ten with great faith the Sacraments of the Eucharist and of Pen- ance. Let them never lose heart because of their weakness. to be continued
May 25/26 Offertory # people
TOTAL PARISH $ 6,265.75 1,292
Domingo de Pentecostés 9 de Junio 2019
My brothers and sisters in Christ, The pilgrimage to the Holy Land was a moment of great grace for the 41 young adults and college students who spent the two weeks traveling through Jordan and Israel. How to describe these young Christians – encountering the Lord – joyful, serious, open, chari- table, receptive, giving, patient, hopeful and grateful – just as I imagine the twelve Apostles and disciples of Jesus were as they traveled the same roads with Jesus 2,000 years ago. How to de- scribe the daily life of our fellow Christians who live in the Holy Land – challenging, a constant struggle for survival; a testing and experience that requires perseverance; patience; courage and de- termination. The population of modern Jerusalem numbers around 900,000. The Christian population of the city is 2,000. They are to be admired for maintaining the presence of the Church in such difficult situations. They do so with the heroic work of the Franciscans who have been entrusted with the custo- dy of the Holy Sites since St. Francis of Assisi made his own pil- grimage to Palestine. The pilgrims experienced many beautiful moments throughout the trip. Over the coming weeks, I will share some of them with you through the bulletin. In the meantime, let us thank the Lord for blessing this work and pray that many fruits of the Spirit will be born in the lives of these young people. – Fr. Michael
Special Training to Get Involved Between “Unplanned,” the battle to Defeat the
Infanticide bill, and gearing up to Stop Taxpayer funded abortion, we need your help! Come learn to help lead the pro-life
movement in support of these efforts.
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. St. Mary Parish
30 Pond Street, Waltham (Religious Ed bldg) Email: [email protected]
for more information and to register.
ST. CHARLES WEEKDAY EVENING MASS SUSPENDED The 6:30 p.m. Mass celebrated Monday through Friday at St. Charles Chapel will be suspended for the summer months begin- ning in July. We plan on starting it back up after Labor Day.
CONFIRMATION The parish celebration of the Sacrament of Confirmation will take place on Monday, June 10 at 7:00 p.m. Bishop Lino Wanok of the Diocese of Lira, Uganda will be the celebrant. Everyone is wel- come to attend the Mass and pray for the confirmandi.
NO 6:30 PM MASS MONDAY EVENING JUNE 10 The 6:30 p.m. Mass on Monday, June 1 will not be celebrated because of the Confirmation Ceremony. Anyone who usually at- tends that Mass is encouraged to attend the Confirmation mass at 7:00 p.m. that same evening at St. Mary’s Church.
MASS CHANGE – SUNDAY JUNE 23 – NO 1:00 PM MASS Cardinal O’Malley will be visiting the parish on Sunday June 3rd to offer Mass on the Feast of the Body and Blood of the Lord just as he did last year on this day. There will be no 1:00 p.m. Mass this day so that we can have a Eucharistic Procession to St. Charles Chapel. The rest of the weekend Mass schedule will re- main the same but we encourage everyone to attend Mass at 11:00 a.m. with our Shepherd. The Mass will be celebrated in English, Spanish and Luganda with music and singing led by the various choirs in the parish.
UGANDA MARTYRS’ DAY For the tenth year in a row, St. Mary’s is blessed to host the Uganda Martyrs Feast for the Archdiocese of Boston. This year we welcome two sons of Africa to lead us in worship: Bishop Victor Phalana of South Africa and Bishop Sanctus Lino Wanok of Uganda. This celebration remembers the courageous laymen who were killed and martyred under the orders of King Mwanga II on June 3, 1886, because they refused to renounce the Christian faith. We welcome everyone to celebrate with us on June 9 at 1:00 p.m. This feast has the power to unite all people of goodwill.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL Today as we celebrate Pentecost the Holy Spirit wants to make us advocates of God’s presence to bring new life to others, especial- ly those who do not know the love of God in their lives. Your gift in the St. Vincent de Paul Poor Box will help the poor to believe in the mystery of God’s love for them. Seeking the grace of the Holy Spirit, we pray, Come, Holy Spirit. That the winds of Pentecost may move us to deeds of love, Come, Holy Spirit. That the fire of Pentecost may breathe new hope into the hopeless, Come, Holy Spirit. That we may lead the poor to find their way to God, Come, Holy Spirit. Amen.
Pentecost Sunday June 9, 2019
ANNUAL SILVER AND GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY MASS Cardinal Seán O’Malley invites all couples of the Archdiocese of Boston who are making their 25th and 50th wedding anniver- saries to attend the annual Silver and Golden Anniversary Mass and celebration. The Mass includes a renewal of marriage vows
by all participating anniversary couples. Fam- ily members, friends, and guests are wel- come. The Mass will be at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, 1400 Washington Street in
Boston on October 6 at 3:00 p.m. Anniversary couples are asked to register; other guests do not need to do so. For more infor- mation, please visit BostonCatholic.org/ WeddingAnniversaryMass/ or contact Emily Elliott at EEl- [email protected] or 617-746-5756.
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY The Prayer Shawl Ministry at St. Mary’s is looking for volunteers who would like to knit or crochet shawls that are given to parishioners who are ill or experiencing crisis. These shawls are distributed by our priests and Communion Ministers when they visit the sick and homebound. They are a source of comfort, a gesture of kindness, and a reminder to the recipient that others care about them and are praying for them. The group meets on the third Saturday of each month at 2:30 p.m. at St. Mary Apartments. The next meeting is June 15. All are welcome. For more information, please contact Mary Alice McMahon at 781- 899-9726.
READINGS FOR THIS WEEKEND Pentecost Sunday / C 570
6:30 PM WEEKDAY MASS - IMPORTANT UPDATES 2. There will be no 6:30 p.m. Mass on Monday, June 10 due
to Confirmation taking place at St. Mary’s at 7:00 p.m. All are invited to join us at the Confirmation Mass.
3. For the remainder of June, the 6:30 p.m. Mass at St. Charles Chapel will be celebrated in English on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday; and in Spanish on Tuesday and Friday. The 6:30 p.m. Mass will be suspended during the summer. We plan to start it up again after Labor Day.
FOOD PANTRY The baskets for donations to the Saint Vincent de Paul Food Pantry will be at the rear of the St. Charles Chapel this weekend, June 8th and 9th. There is always a need for cereal (especially the kinds the kiddies like), dish detergent, peanut butter, jelly, paper towels and toilet paper. Any non - perishable item you would use in your home is appreciated. Next month’s collection will be on July 13th and 14th. If you have any questions, contact Judy Malouf: [email protected] or 781-893-8781. Thank you.
On a beautiful afternoon this Spring, a group of the children led by Crystal Juliano planted different flowers and herbs in the St. Mary's Garden. The children worked well together and enjoyed their afternoon as they planted marigolds and petunias to keep the grounds of St. Mary's beautiful. They also planted various herbs such as parsley, rosemary, thyme, basil, and lavender. Everyone had fun and looks forward to more gardening at the St. Mary's After School Program!
As the earth brings forth its shoots, and a garden makes its seeds spring up, so will the Lord GOD make justice spring up,
and praise before all the nations. - Isaiah 61:11
Saint Jude School 175 Main Street, Waltham
With its small class sizes [1 to 10 teacher/ student ratio!], Saint Jude School focuses on
the individual learning needs of students.
Saint Jude School is dedicated to helping children from Pre-K to Grade 8
become creative thinkers, innovative problem solvers, effective communicators, and
emerging leaders with core values guided by the Catholic faith.
Parroquia Santa María, Waltham
“María ante el Espíritu es la mujer de la escucha y del silencio, de la espera y la esperanza”.
EL DOMINGO 23 DE JUNIO, el Cardenal Sean O`Malley estará en nues- tra parroquia, para celebrar la Misa de 11:00 am y celebrar la procession del Corpus Cristi hasta la Capilla de San Carlos. Esta misa se celebrará en Inglés, Español y Luganda. Esperamos que todos puedan acompañar- nos en estos grandes eventos.
EL MES DE MARIA Hemos terminado el mes de mayo, que por tradición la Iglesia lo dedica a honrrar a la madre de Dios, de esa forma honrramos a nuestra madre y le amamos como buenos hijos, esperan- do contar siempre con su intercession y protección maternal. Durante siglos la Iglesia Católica ha dedicado todo el mes de mayo para honrar a la Virgen María, la Madre de Dios. La idea de un mes dedicado específi- camente a María se remonta al tiempo barroco o siglo XVII. Si bien, no siempre se llevó a cabo en mayo, el mes de María incluía treinta ejercicios espirituales diarios en honor a la Ma- dre de Dios. Fue en esta época que el mes de mayo y de María se combinaron, haciendo que esta celebración cuente con devo- ciones especiales organizadas cada día durante todo el mes. Esta costumbre se extendió sobre todo durante el siglo XIX y se practica hasta hoy. Las formas en que María es honrada en mayo son tan variadas como las personas que la honran. Debemos darle un lugar especial a María no porque sea una tradición de larga data en la Iglesia o por las gra- cias especiales que se pueden obtener, sino porque María es nuestra Madre, la madre de todo el mundo y porque se preocupa por todos nosotros, inter- cediendo incluso en los asuntos más pequeños. Por eso se merece todo un mes en su honor. Ponemos bajo el amparo de Santa María a nuestra parroquia y a nuestra comunidad para que Ella siga cuidándola y protegiéndola.
Según el Catecismo de la Iglesia Católi- ca, el Espíritu Santo es la "Tercera Perso- na de la Santísima Trinidad". Es decir, habiendo un sólo Dios, existen en Él tres personas distinas: Padre, Hijo y Espíritu Santo. Esta verdad ha sido revelada por Jesús en su Evangelio. El Espíritu Santo coopera con el Padre y el Hijo desde el comienzo de la historia hasta su consumación, pero es en los últi- mos tiempos, inaugurados con la Encar- nación, cuando el Espíritu se revela y nos es dado, cuando es reconocido y acogido como persona. El Señor Jesús nos lo presenta y se refiere a Él no como una potencia impersonal, sino como una Per- sona diferente, con un obrar propio y un carácter personal. "Dios es Amor" (Jn 4,8-16) y el Amor que es el primer don, contiene todos los demás. Este amor "Dios lo ha derramado en nuestros corazones por el Espíritu San- to que nos ha sido dado". (Rom 5,5). Con la fiesta de Pentecontés culminamos la Pascua, y con esta gran fiesta nos dis- ponemos a recibir el Espíritu Santo para emprender una nueva misión, guiados por el Espíritu Santo, llevemos la buena nueva de salvación a todos aquellos que viven lejos de Dios.
Pentecost Sunday June 9, 2019
MASS SCHEDULE/Horario de las Misas Saturday Vigil /Sábado Vigilia 4:00 p.m. St. Mary 4:00 p.m. St. Charles Sunday/Domingo 9:00 a.m. St. Mary 11:00 a.m. St. Mary Español 1:00 p.m. St. Mary Luganda 7:00 p.m. St. Charles Monday-Friday/Lunes-Viernes 12:10 p.m. St. Mary 6:30 p.m. St. Charles Friday/Viernes 8:00 p.m. St. Mary Luganda Holy Days/Dias de Precepto 12:10 p.m. St. Mary 6:30 p.m. St. Charles 7:00 p.m. St. Mary Español
CONFESSIONS/Confesiones Mon.-Thurs./Lunes-Jueves 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. St. Mary Friday/Viernes 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. St. Mary Saturday/Sábado 3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. St. Mary 3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. St. Charles Sunday/Domingo 6:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. St. Charles
MORNING PRAYER/ Oración Matutina Sunday/Domingo 8:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m. St. Mary
PRAY THE ROSARY/El Santo Rosario Monday-Friday/Lunes-Viernes 11:30 a.m. St. Mary Sunday/Domingo 10:30 a.m. St. Mary Español
ADORATION/Adoración Friday/Viernes 12:45 p.m. - 5:45p.m. St. Mary
ANOINTING OF THE SICK/Unción de los enfermos First Monday of the month - 12:10 p.m. Mass St. Mary El primer Lunes del mes durante la misa de las 12:10 p.m.
COMMUNION TO SICK & HOMEBOUND Comunión a los hogares y enfermos
Call the parish office 781-891-1730 Llamar al Padre Francisco 781-891-1730
CATECHESIS/Catequesis Nilvia Hernández 781-308-4961 or [email protected]
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM/Programa Después de la Escuela 781-577-2262 or [email protected] Kateri Thekaekara, Rosendo De La Cruz
MUSIC/Música Maria Thekaekara, Ivan Colon, Michael Mukisa
IMMIGRATION CTR/Centro de Inmigración 781-577-2262 Office Hours (Rel. Ed. Bldg.)/Horario de Oficina Monday-Friday/Lunes-Viernes 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. or by appointment/o por cita Assists those seeking help for citizenship, housing, ESL classes, etc. Ofrece ayuda para aquellos que buscan apoyo para ciudadanía, vivienda, clases de inglés y más.
QUINCE AÑOS Llamar al Padre Francisco para programar la celebración. La joven debe estar participando en el Programa de Confirmación.
BAPTISM/Bautismo Parents must call the parish office to arrange for baptism and prepara- tion. Baptisms at St. Mary’s are on the third Sunday of the month at 3:30 p.m., and in Luganda on the first Sunday of the month at the 1:00 p.m. Mass. Baptisms at St. Charles must be arranged with Fr. Joseph Diem. Padres y padrinos deben asistir a la preparación el primer domingo del mes y el Bautizo se llevara a cabo el primer domingo del mes siguiente después de la misa de las 11:00 a.m.
SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION/Sacramentos de Iniciación Adults and children (age 7+) who want to receive the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, or First Communion must attend preparation classes. Call the parish office for information. Los adultos y niños (7+) que desean recibir los sacramentos del Bau- tismo, la Confirmación o la Primera Comunión pueden tomar clases de preparación para los sacramentos. Llamar a la oficina.
MARRIAGE/Matrimonio Call the parish office to arrange a meeting./Llamar a la oficina.
STAFF Pastor/Párroco Rev. Michael Nolan Parochial Vicar/Vicario Par. Rev. Joseph Diem Parochial Vicar/Vicario Par. Rev. Francisco Gongora Receptionist/Recepcionista Michelle Acuna Business Mgr./Dir. de Negocios Mary McCarthy Pastoral Assoc./Asociado Pastoral Rosendo De La Cruz Sexton/Sacristán Michael Welch IN RESIDENCE/En residencia Rev. Daniel Hennessey; Rev. Charles Mulindwa
SAINT MARY PARISH Parish Office: 781-891-1730 Fax: 781-209-0555 Mailing Address: 133 School Street, Waltham, MA 02451 Email: [email protected] Website: stmarywaltham.org
SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO CHAPEL Location: 51 Hall Street, Waltham, MA 02453 Parking Lot & Parish Ctr: 30 Taylor St. Waltham
SAINT MARY CHURCH Location: 133 School St., Waltham MA 02451 Parking Lot & Rel. Ed. Bldg: 30 Pond St., Waltham St. Mary Church is open every day from 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. La iglesia está abierta todos los días de 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
For Advertising call 617-779-3771 Pilot Bulletins Saint Mary, Waltham, MA 4804
“God is Love” 1 John 4:8
FAST CASH FOR YOUR HOME Any Size Big Or Small | Any Condition We Buy Them All
House Needs Repairs No Home Inspection Close In as Few as 5 Days
781-819-5100 | www.GarmourGroup.com
As Seen OnCall NOW for a FREE Evaluation
of Your Home
Shouldn’t your family be protected?
Our ministry includes assisting families before a death occurs. Call today for your free pre-planning
kit including: our free booklet, money saving certificate, information on payment plans and specific information on our local Catholic Cemeteries.
Call Today . 781-322-6300
THE NEWMAN SCHOOL A coed, private college preparatory high school in the Back Bay. Small class sizes, quality college acceptances, vibrant sports program, International Baccalaureate diploma option. www.newmanboston.org
NOW Grades 7-12
Fr. John Currie. Native of Dorchester. Graduate of Boston Latin Academy. Ordained in 1997. Served the communities of West Roxbury, Norwood, Hingham, Holbrook and Westford. Currently the pastor of St. Patrick Parish, Roxbury.
Please support our priests who have been there for us.
clergytrust.org TO STAND WITH US.
Boston Priests Answer the Call .
Mem ial Ads Available 617-779-3771
Stand Out Color Advertising
The Catholic Cemetery Association welcomes you to join us in
the Celebration of Mass and Color Guard Ceremony
Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum at 11AM 250 High St., Waltham, MA
781-322-6300 www.ccemetery.org
For Advertising call 617-779-3771 Pilot Bulletins Saint Mary, Waltham, MA 4804
781-893-6260 www.BrascoFuneralHome.com
Waltham Belmont
Complete Hea ting & Fuel oil Ser viCe
(781) 894-2799 (781) 899-9180
781-893-1443 32 South St. Suite 300A, Waltham
701 Moody St. Waltham
Email: [email protected]
Complete Landscaping Service
Air Conditioning and Heating Specialist
For Installation, Service and Maintenance Contracts Randy LeBlanc
Call Us Today At 781-899-3984
Vincent P.A. Failla DMD Robert DeFrancesco DMD Restorative, Cosmetic and Preventative Dentistry
781-894-3143 • 976 Main St. Waltham • www.FDDental.com
723 Moody St. Waltham, MA 02453
781-771-8628 [email protected]
EST. 1996
rtnfederal creditÊunion ÊWork.ÊHome.ÊLife.SM
600 Main St., Waltham rtn.org 781-736-9900, option 1rtn.org 781-736-9900, Member Services
Serving the Greater Boston Area www.lugaway.com | [email protected]
Home Cleanouts Garage Cleanouts Office Cleanouts Storage Unit Cleanouts Estate Cleanouts Yard Sale Cleanouts Furniture Appliances Televisions Construction Debris Yard Waste Donation Pick Up
781-899-8600 45 Woburn St. Waltham
Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
$4 off with this coupon
Walk In’s Welcome Open 6 Days a Week
781-891-6966 / 903 Main St. Waltham www.JUSTCUTSBARBERSHOP.com
Our Care Provides You with The Peace of Mind You Deserve.
Call us at: 978.369.0463 | bullocksnursingservice.com | 747 Main Street, Suite 316, Concord
Providing Home Healthcare Since 1978 In-Home Care • High-Quality Nursing Services Personalized Service • Flexible Schedules
Rosaries from Flowers “Handmade from the Flowers
of your Loved One”
(978) 851-9103
“Thank You” Sponsors
Remember to say