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  • Vigil Vesperal Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom for the Sunday of the Forefathers

    December 15, 2018

    Begins on Pg. 104 in Green Book

    Psalm 140 Tone 8 p. 159 Vespers Hymns (Sunday of the Forefathers) Tone 8 pp. 1-4 Handout Dogmatikon Tone 6 p. 4 Handout Prokeimenon (Sunday of the Forefathers) Tone 4 p. 282 Alleluia (Sunday of the Forefathers) Tone 4 p. 282 Communion Hymn Version D pp. 79-80 Communion Hymn (Sunday of the Forefathers) Version D p. 283

    Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom for the Sunday of the Forefathers

    December 16, 2018

    Begins on Pg. 11 in Green Book

    Troparion Tone 5 p. 146 Troparion (Sunday of the Forefathers) Tone 2 p. 281 Kontakion (Sunday of the Forefathers) Tone 6 pp. 281-282 Prokeimenon (Sunday of the Forefathers) Tone 4 p. 282 Alleluia (Sunday of the Forefathers) Tone 4 p. 282 Communion Hymn Version D pp. 79-80 Communion Hymn Version D p. 283


    (Scriptural text below taken from www.usccb.org/bible, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)


    When Christ your life appears, then you too will appear with him in glory. Put to death, then, the parts of you that are earthly: immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and the greed that is idolatry. Because of these the wrath of God* is coming [upon the disobedient]. By these you too once conducted yourselves, when you lived in that way. But now you must put them all away: anger, fury, malice, slander, and obscene language out of your mouths. Stop lying to one another, since you have taken off the old self with its practices and have put on the new self, which is being renewed, for knowledge, in the image of its creator. Here there is not Greek and Jew, circumcision and uncircumcision, barbarian, Scythian, slave, free; but Christ is all and in all.

    GOSPEL: LUKE 14:16-24 He replied to him, “A man gave a great dinner to which he invited many. When the time for the dinner came, he dispatched his servant to say to those invited, ‘Come, everything is now ready.’ But one by one, they all began to excuse themselves. The first said to him, ‘I have pur- chased a field and must go to examine it; I ask you, consider me excused.’ And another said, ‘I have purchased five yoke of oxen and am on my way to evaluate them; I ask you, consider me excused.’ And another said, ‘I have just married a woman, and therefore I cannot come.’ The servant went and reported this to his master. Then the master of the house in a rage command- ed his servant, ‘Go out quickly into the streets and alleys of the town and bring in here the poor and the crippled, the blind and the lame.’ The servant reported, ‘Sir, your orders have been car- ried out and still there is room.’ The master then ordered the servant, ‘Go out to the highways and hedgerows and make people come in that my home may be filled. For, I tell you, none of those men who were invited will taste my dinner.’” ******************************************************************************************** Happy Birthday to our parishioners: December 3 – JoAnn Faix ; December 8 – Linda Rabayda; December 11 – John Surmay; December 12 – Richard Grimes ; December 14 – Jessica Longoria and Bert Winn; December 18 – Sean Grimes; December 23 – Luciana Marmol’; December 29 – Ryan Grimes Happy Anniversary to: December 1 – Dcn. James and Josefina Danovich December 30 - Thomas and Jennifer Hetrick ******************************************************************************** Our Main Candles Shine This Week For: Eternal Lamp: Mikitish Family Resurrection: Alvina Tesoniero

  • Sun. 12/16 Sat. 4:00 p.m. Sun. 8:40 a.m. Sun. 9 a.m.

    Mon. 12/17 8 a.m. 12 p.m. Tues. 12/18 8 a.m. 12 p.m.

    Wed. 12/19 8 a.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m.

    Thurs. 12/20

    Fri. 12/21 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

    Sat. 12/22 Sun. 12/23 Sat. 4:00 p.m. Sun. 8:40 a.m. Sun. 9 a.m.

    Sunday of the Forefathers (pp. 143-148 plus handout) Tone 5 Sanctification and well-being of our parishioners Emmanuel Moleben (Prayer Service for Philip’s Fast/Filipovka) Personal Intention

    Holy Daniel the Great Prophet (p. 381) Blessed repose of Santa Biella by Anonymous 6th Hour

    Holy Sebastian and Others, Martyrs (p. 376) Blessed repose of Giuseppe Luppetto by Anonymous 6th Hour

    Holy Boniface, Martyr (p. 358) Personal Intention 6th Hour Vespers & Confessions (Event with Eastern Catholic Clergy Ass’n.)

    Holy Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop and Martyr No liturgical program- ming today. Holy Juliana, Martyr (p. 381) Blessed repose of Henry Zugger by Fr. Diodoro 6th Hour Vespers

    Holy Anastasia, Great Martyr No Morning Divine Liturgy.

    Sunday before Christmas [of the Ancestors] (pp. 149-153) Tone 6 Special Intention of Helena Fellin Emmanuel Moleben (Prayer Service for Philip’s Fast/Filipovka) Sanctification and well-being of our parishioners

    Fr. Rojas

    Fr. David

    Fr. Rojas

    Fr. Rojas

    Msgr. Kevin

    Sdcn. Paul

    Fr. Diodoro

    Fr. Diodoro

    Fr. Rojas

    Fr. Diodoro

  • Special Intentions: Theresa Rojas, Vanessa Miller, Erwin Armada, Barbara Dugan, Helen Furka, Vincent Rice, McCarthy Family, Marti Lopez, Kathleen Linkowsky, Betty Geletey, Richard Gable, Robert King, Ann Ryan, Chris Faix, Robyn Foy, Elaine Browne, Mark Chapa, Michael Chapa, Aaron Powell, Kristian Lara, and Iliana Villegas.

    Eternal Memory: +Robert M. Knizner, +Karla Sanabria, +Rocco Bradenhorst, +Peggy Walsh, +Estelle Sue O’Shea, +Jin Wook Suh, +Mildred Garr, +Anna Spencer, +Ingrid Steinbach

    May the Lord rest His healing hand on His servants and hear their requests: Juraj and Melania Kasperek, Juan Sanabria, Mary Rabayda, Ana Ruiz, Jane Walsh, Dorothy Dumnich, Richard Reese, Chris Balsz, Carlene Eneroth, Sharon White, Nancy Sandrock, Bob Dugan, Cathy Milko, Clementina Mendoza, Dan Palaschak, Michael Sherwood, Christina Toth, Liz Kol, Evelyn Sopiak, Nicholas Toth, Nicholas Oprendek, Dennis Milko, Karen Kol, Gabriel Papke, Kari Hill, Ron Minor, Sandy Meyer, Rita Chokan, Nicholas Lewak, Rebecca Braskie, Margaret Atwood, Albina Tesoniero, Elizabeth Petrus, Derrick Carlyle, Fr. Basil Hutsko and Fr. Joseph Hutsko. *********************************************************************************************** Sweet and for a Good Cause: Christmas Cookie Swap after Liturgy

    Our Greek Catholic Union lodge invites you to enjoy its event today at the parish hall right after Divine Liturgy! As we enjoy a free light luncheon, the Gingerbread Man will be available to take pictures with you and a prize will be given to the favorite cookie of our event! And more awaits you, such as COOKIE DECORATING/ GAMES WITH PRIZES/ SILENT AUCTION/ RAFFLE PRIZES. All net proceeds will go to support Andre’s House, a charity that attends to the home- less population of our area! To this end, donations of cash, knapsacks, socks, toiletries, and sleeping bags are welcome. For more information, call Joanie Mahar at (602) 920-0607. *********************************************************************************************** ALSO TODAY, come and learn to sing and chant in the Byzantine way!

    Please note that a workshop will be made available to you December 16 to learn more about our beautiful and venerable Byzantine chant. Kindly stay in our cathedral after Divine Liturgy on these dates to listen, learn, and let go your voice to the Lord! Perhaps we can identify a future cantor or chorister or two to keep our Byzantine chant going.

  • LAST CHANCE for our Pirohi & Nut, Apricot, Poppy Seed, and Date Nut Rolls!

    TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to purchase and pick up our pirohi and kolachi (i.e., our rolls). That includes any pre-ordered goods not picked up already! Please call the Parish Office at (602) 943-5379 to make arrangemtns for pick up, if necessary. Pirohi are $10 a dozen and our rolls are at $12 each (nut and date nut) and $10 each (apricot and poppy seed). Take a break from shopping & decorating: Clean your SOUL for Christmas! ************************************************************************************************* Together, our Eastern Catholic priests in the Phoenix area are making themselves available to help YOU give to Jesus the gift that HE wants for Christmas – a clean heart and soul – on Wednesday, December 19 at 7 p.m. here at our Cathedral as we pray and sing Vespers with confessions avail- able before, during, and afterwards. ************************************************************************************************* Let’s get ready “Byzantinely” to greet each other at Christmas!

    As we greet each other usually with “Glory to Jesus Christ” and respond with “Glory for- ever”, so during Christmas and Pascha (Easter) seasons, we have ways to share our Byzantine Catholic faith by greeting the people we meet. Thus at Christmastide (from the evening of Dec. 24 to Dec. 31):

    English: “Christ is born!” R.: “Glorify Him!” Rusyn: “Christos Razdajetsja!” (Kris-TOS Raz-DAH-yet-sya!) R: “Slavite Jeho!” (Sla-VEE-Te Ye- HO!) Spanish: “!Cristo ha nacido!” (KRIS-to ah na-SEE-doh) R. “!Glorifiquemosle!

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