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July 21, 2013

To Renew All Things In Christ

The Church of aint Pius XSA Roman Catholic Faith Community Founded in 1954

91 Secor Road Scarsdale, NY 10583Phone: (914) 725-2755Fax: (914) 725-2782E-mail: [email protected] our website: www.saintpiusxchurch.com

Sunday Mass:Saturday Evening Mass 5:00 p.m.Sunday 8:00, 9:15, 10:30 a.m. & 12:00 noon

Daily Mass:Monday to Friday 6:40 and 8:00 a.m.Saturday 9:00 a.m.In July & August 8:00 a.m. onlyAdoration: 1st Saturday 9:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

Reverend Francisco Sebastian Bacatan, Ph.D., A.M.Pastor

Reverend Michael August J. de Leon, A.M.Associate Pastor

Reverend Joselito C. Ramos, A.M.Associate Pastor

Deacon: Rev. Mr. Theodore Gaskin

Trustees: Christopher Saenger and Nicholas Brusco

THE NEW SAINT PIUS X CHURCH

Bringing Our Vision to Life.

July 21, 2013 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mass Intentions for the WeekParish Stewardship

God bless you warmly & often for your support! We are graced by God with the precious time & outstanding talents of so many generous parishioners!

July 14 Collection: $6,591.55 Attendance: 820

June 2012 June 2013 $28,825.77 $42,892.31 (4 Sundays) (5 Sundays + Dedication)

Ways you can give:

1. Become registered with the church and receive weekly envelopes for your donations. Call the rectory to order your envelopes.

2. ParishPay is an automated means to support our parish through monthly contributions from your checking, savings or credit/debit card account. You can enroll today by signing up directly on the ParishPay website, www.parishpay.com. A direct link and F.A.Q. is also available at www.saintpiusxchurch.com.

3. Please remember the church in your estate planning by including St. Pius X Church in your will.

Reserving Announced Masses for 2013/2014To request a Mass be offered for a loved one, living or deceased, or to mark a special occasion, please contact the parish office at (914) 725-2755. A Mass offering is $15.

The Saint Pius X Parish family welcomes the newly baptized

Caroline Sloan FunkCaroline is welcomed into

the Gateway of Life in the Spirit.

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST! Receive updates on events and important information via email. Go to saintpiusxchurch.com, and click on Join Our Mailing List at the lower right of the page.

SATURDAY, JULY 20 St. Apollinaris9:00 Katie & Greg Niemetz Wedding Anniversary (Living), requested by Tom MacNeil (PV)5:00 John Brett, Jr., requested by Dolores & John Brett (MC)

SUNDAY, JULY 21 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time8:00 Joseph Goncales, requested by Natalie Sousa (MC)9:15 Cesare Taormina, requested by the Taormina family (MC)10:30 Dr. John Albanese, requested by Dorothy Albanese (MC)12:00 Marie & Francis Wagner, requested by Wagner Estate (MC)

MoNDAY, JULY 22 St. Mary Magdalene8:00 Sylvia Palumbo, requested by Cheryl Weiner (PV)

TUESDAY, JULY 23 St. Bridget8:00 Vincent King, requested by Beth Rosen (PV)

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 St. Sharbel Makhlf8:00 Anelido Salvati, requested by the Salvati Family (PV)

THURSDAY, JULY 25 St. James8:00 Jane Versaci, requested by Grace Versaci (PV)

FRIDAY, JULY 26 Sts. Joachim & Ann, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary8:00 Patrick McGrath, requested by Tricia & Bill McFarland (PV)

SATURDAY, JULY 279:00 Thomas John Cassarini, requested by Joseph & Anne Cassarini (PV)5:00 Anna Sodano, requested by Mrs. Venice Barrett (MC)

SUNDAY, JULY 28 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time8:00 Sol Chafkin, requested by Ralph Maccarino (MC)9:15 Anthony Pope, requested by Natalie Sousa (MC)10:30 Joseph & Angela Cipollone, requested by Annie Cipollone (MC)12:00 Salvatore A. Cerni, requested by Charlie & Ann Amen (MC)

Mass Locations: MC = Main Church PV = Pavilion

The Summer Mass Schedule begins on Monday July 1. Daily Mass will only be celebrated at 8:00 a.m. Monday through Friday and at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday morning. The Saturday Vigil and Sunday Masses remain unchanged. The 6:40 a.m. Mass resumes in September.

To everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven A time to be healed ...

As a Parish community please remember to pray for:

Anne Allen Robert Golan

Ida Barrera Andrea Mac Mann

Suzanne Brainard & family Anita Pierleoni

Giuliana Cavalli Adela Ray

Baby Fionn Foley Mr. & Mrs. Edward Scoca

Wendy Sgobbo

To include a loved one please call (914) 725-2755, email [email protected] or [email protected]

Before calling, please check to see if someone who is ill consents to having their name published.

In the charity of your prayers please remember the souls of our faithfully departed especially

Hubert Lynch brother of Deborah Lynch-Calgi

May he enjoy a place of light, happiness and peace.

July Birthday Blessings will be given TODAY July 21 at the 10:30 am Mass. All who celebrate birthdays in July, will come forward for their blessing. See you there!

July Birthdays: Justin Pick 7/6 Lucille Filardo 7/19 Alice Gaskin 7/9 Terry Lynch 7/20 Barbara Underhill 7/11 Eric Bosco 7/22 Beth Rosen 7/14 Guy Pietrangolare 7/22 Jonathan LaMacchia 7/15 Kristen Hamlin 7/27

July Anniversaries:Martha & Manuel Neiro 7/4

Joe & Ann Marie Cassarini 7/6 Lucille & Ron Filardo 7/11 Grace & Stanley Demczuk

Gerri & Guy Pietrangolare 7/22Douglas & Maria Pick 7/26

To add a name to the Birthday list, please e-mail [email protected]

We love our new Church

Assistive Listening Device is now available here at the Church of Saint Pius XWe now have 6 Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) to help parishioners who are hard of hearing so that they may listen comfortably to all that is said during the Mass. Approach any of our priests before Mass to request one of these user-friendly Assistive Listening Devices.

Holy CommunionDuring Mass, the priest will bring the Eucharist first to the elderly and those who have difficulty walking. Please raise your hand to signal the priest at the beginning of Communion if you wish to receive from your pew.

During Communion, to maintain the sense of reverence and worship, we ask that you come up to the altar by the center aisle, forming two lines, and go back to your seats by the side aisles. We ask that you approach the altar, row by row, beginning with the first pew.

Please help us keep it clean!Please remember not to bring food or chew gum in the church. Stanley, our maintenance man, has already found two bubble gum spots on the carpet and on the new wood panels at the back of the church. Also, please try to give your younger children a snack before mass begins, or wait until hospitality after the 10:30 Mass so we can avoid crumbs in the pews and on the floor. Thank you!

Upon Exit After MassAfter Mass, in courtesy to fellow parishioners, our Ushers request that you take the bulletin with you, properly return the Missalette book in the rack and put the kneelers in an upright position.

We encourage everyone to use the main door to enter and exit the church. The side doors (near the statue of Mary) are only for emergency exit.

Saint Pius has a new ministry called Pastoral Care. Our mission is to visit with the home bound of the parish and bring them our prayers, companionship, food and the Sacrament of Communion. If you or a loved one are home bound and would like a ride to and from Holy Mass, or would like a meal brought to you please call the rectory at (914) 725-2755 and speak with Elizabeth or Father Michael and tell us your needs. Pastoral Care is a team of parishioners coordinated by Debra Lupardo who have volunteered to reach out to our community in need.

Pastoral Care

Treasures from Our Tradition

Theres a different pace to a summer Sunday, especially on those days when we dream of air conditioning and wave any available paper to stir the air. Yet we persist in gathering, even with so many breaks from the usual routines. We distance ourselves not only from routines, but from schedules and familiar well-worn paths. These are playful days and contemplative days. We see long-lost friends and visit almost-forgotten places. We have more leisure than any people before in the history of the world, and we need it because our lives are so care-worn and tiring. More of us walk barefoot and look up at the stars or dip our toes in the lake or sea, sing around campfires, read novels on the beach, and eat comfort food with our fingers. We see how beautiful life can be, and are more aware than usual of how God is always breaking in with signs of love.

In Genesis today, Abraham and Sarah practice hospitality to their visitors, who turn out to be God dropping in. During the summer months, God practices hospitality in return, inviting us into a season of celebration. Keeping Sunday holy is a good habit to cultivate in these days when our spirits are especially receptive to Gods deep desire for us to know divine love.

--James Field, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.

Weekly Reflection

Adult Activity Group

There are no scheduled programs in July and August. Have a wonderful Summer! Be on the lookout for fall programs to be announced shortly.

For more information on AAG events, contact Dolores Brett at 723-5303 or [email protected]

Religious Education Corner

Our Parishs religiOus educatiOn PrOgram registratiOn has Begun

Please help us prepare for next year by p

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