Saint Gabriel Parish 98th Street & Astoria Blvd., East

Pastor
Rev. Gioacchino Basile
Mass Schedule
Horario de Misas
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Robert J. Sadlack
Saturday Vigil
los sabados
5:30 P.M. (English)
Deacon
Lester Warner
Transitional Deacon
Victor Bolaños
Sunday
Los domingos
8:30 A.M. (English)
10:00 A.M. (Español)
11:45 A.M. (English)
Office
26-26 98th Street
East Elmhurst, NY 11369
Office Hours
Horario de la Oficina
Monday through Friday
lunes a viernes
9:00 A.M.-1:30 P.M.
2:30 P.M.-5:00 P.M.
Evenings by
Appointment Only
Tardes Por
Cita Solamente
Monday through Friday
lunes a viernes
In the Chapel
En la Capilla
7:00 A.M. (English)
8:30 A.M. (Español)
Saint Gabriel Parish
98th Street & Astoria Blvd., East Elmhurst, NY
Tel: (718) 639-0474 Fax: (718) 639-2810 Email: stgabriel26@verizon.net
Baptism
Please register in advance for the parent meeting. Bring
birth certificate. Baptism is on the 1st Sunday of the
month (bi-monthly in English) at 1:30 P.M.
Confessions
30 minutes before scheduled masses
Anytime by appointment.
Marriage
Couples must make necessary arrangements with a
priest Six months prior to other arrangements and to
the wedding date.
Religious Education
Registrations are open now for children from 1st to 8th grade.
Families must be registered and active in the parish
New Parishioners
Every family moving into the parish is asked to register
at the office.
June 21, 2015
Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Bautismos
Favor de inscribirse de antemano para la reunion de los
padres. Traigan el certificado de nacimiento. El Bautismo
se ofrece el primer domingo de mes (bi-mensual en
Español) a la 1:30 P.M.
Confesiones
Los sábados de 4:45 a 5:15 P.M.
En cualquier momento con cita.
Matrimonios
Las parejas deben hacer los arreglos necesarios con un
sacerdote Seis meses antes de la fecha y antes de que hagan
otros arreglos.
Educación Religiosa
Registraciones estan abiertas, para niños desde 1 a 8 grado.
Las familias deberan estar registradas y activas en la parroquia,
Feligreses Nuevos
Cada familia nueva en la parroquia debe registrarse en la
oficina.
21 de junio de 2015
Decimosegundo domingo del tiempo
ordinario
ST. GABRIEL PARISH—SCHEDULED MASSES
JUNE 20—JUNE 27
SATURDAY JUNE 20
5:30 PM Deceased member of the Areuleo Family
SUNDAY
8:30 AM
10:00 AM
11:45 AM
MONDAY
7:00 AM
8:30 AM
7:30 PM
JUNE 21—FATHER’S DAY
For all fathers, dead and alive
Por todos los padres, vivos y fallecidos
For all fathers, dead and alive
JUNE 22
For all foster parents
Luz Maria Touma +
Altar Servers meeting at the Chruch
TUESDAY JUNE 23
7:00 AM For all adopted children
8:30 AM Gregory Rivas Cevallos +
WEDNESDAY JUNE 24—BIRTH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
7:00 AM For the Evangelization
8:30 AM Por la Iglesia Universal
THURSDAY JUNE 25
7:00 AM For the Unity of Christians
8:30 AM Bernarda Contreras +
7:15 PM Pedro Ramirez +
FRIDAY JUNE 26
7:00 AM Purgatorial Society
8:30 AM Cumpleaños de Emanuel Albarracin
SATURDAY JUNE 27
10:00 AM Meeting for all teacher of the Religious Education Prog
5:30 PM Pedro Barreto +
We need your help!
I am asking for your help on behalf of St. Gabriel Church, I
wish to respectfully request your help in asking your Family
Doctor, Eye Doctor, Podiatris, your Auto Mechanic, your favorite Super Market, Nail Salon, Hair Dresser, or any other business
you deal with, in purchasing an Ad to be placed in the back of
our Weekly Church Bulletin.
If we CAN’T provide additional ads, we will not be able to
have the type of bulleting that we need. So I’m reaching out to
you and the Community. What an inexpensive way to promote
their business and help the church. For $468.00, their ad will run
each week for an entire year.
This is a good way to strengthen community ties and promote local business in our neighborhood. These ads pay for the Bulletins, which are printed and delivered to the Church FREE OF
CHARGE!
J.S. Paluch, can not longer provide free bulletins without
ads. We hope you can help us to keep distributing our bulletin,
provide your friends and neighbors with inexpensive advertising,
keep our local business thriving and receive some extra blessings.
Please take note of hoy few businesses we have on the back
of our Bulletin. All others are from the J.S. Paluch Bulletin Co.
So that the back wouldnt be blank, so far only CONWAY Funeral Home, have responded to my plea.
I want to say THANK YOU, your help is very much appreciated.
To purchase an ad, please contact Eileen Walsh: 917-9220963.
Good News Reflection
12th Sunday in Ordinary Time
June 21, 2015
Job 38:1, 8-11
Ps 107:23-26, 28-31
2 Corinthians 5:14-17
Mark 4:35-41
Calming the storms
It's hurricane season where I live in Florida. Some people believe
that destructive storms are punishments from God. While it is true
that people deserve to be punished for their immorality, Jesus took
the Father's righteous wrath upon his own body, accepting torture,
shedding blood, and dying, so that all sinners could be saved from
the justice we deserve.
Jesus wants to calm our storms, not cause them.
Hardships are not punishments. They are the best occasions for
growing closer to God. All of us have seasons of storms in our lives.
Each of them are invitations to realize that Jesus is walking with us
through it all, whether we deserve his help or not. They're opportunities to learn more knowledge, gain more wisdom, and grow stronger
in true faith. It's a time of becoming more humble. Because of our
increased need to rely on God, we discover more about his love, but
only if we stop insisting that God should behave like a magic genie
that we control to resolve our problems the way we think it should
happen.
Some of the storms in this world continue raging because we don't
do enough to bring the presence of Christ into them. After we've
gained from our experiences, we're supposed to help others endure
the storms of their lives. We have the earthly hands that Jesus wants
to use to calm their storms. And then, surprise! It is in this outreach
that we realize that our sufferings have not been in vane; this calms
our stormy clouds of despair and regret.
Often, we create our own storms by making sinful decisions, but
God doesn't want us to get punished. He sends plenty of red-flag
warnings and then, if we get into a hurricane anyway, Jesus invites
us to calm the turmoil by reconciling with him.
Whether the storms brew by sin or by nature, if we cry out like the
disciples in this Sunday's Gospel reading -- "Lord, don't you care that
we're perishing?" -- Jesus replies, "Why are you scared? How little
faith you have! My peace is already here."
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COLLECTIONS/COLECTAS
Regular : $ 3,860
COLLECTION NEXT WEEK / PROXIMA SEMANA:
Regular
Peter’s Pence / Centavos para Pedro
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The Lord said to Job: Who shut within doors the
sea? And who said: Thus far shall you come but no farther! (Job
38:1, 8-11).
Psalm — Give thanks to the Lord, his love is everlasting (Psalm
107).
Second Reading — Whoever is in Christ is a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:14-17).
Gospel — Who is this whom even wind and sea obey? (Mark 4:3541).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on
English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
WEEKLY WORSHIP / ACTIVITIES
MONDAY: RCIA Class 7:00 pm (Sacr isty’s next r oom)
TUESDAY: English Sacr ed Hear t Gr oup 6:30 pm Chapel.
Every Third Tuesday of the month Mass at 7PM at the Church.
Neocatechumenal 1st Community of St. Gabriel 8:00 PM Rectory Basement
WEDNESDAY:7:00 pm Chur ch Cleaning Gr oup; Neocatechumenal 2nd Community of St. Gabriel Convent’s 1st Floor
at 8:00 PM.
THURSDAY: Euchar istic Ador ation 9:00 am to 6:50 pm
Followed by Bilingual Mass at 7:15 pm at the Church.
FRIDAY: Fir st Fr iday Euchar istic Exposition 6:30 pm
First Friday Mass at 7:30pm Chapel; Carismatic Group 7:30 pm
SATURDAY; Confession 4:45 - 5:30 pm
Parish Rosary in Church 5:00 - 5:15 pm . M-F
SUNDAY: English Adult Choir Pr actice 10:00 am (Rector y)
Confession 30 minutes before Masses.
Holy Name Society: 2nd Sunday of the month, after the 8:30
AM Mass, at the convent.
( Subject to change for feast / holy days)
MISAS Y ACTIVIDADES SEMANALES
LUNES: Clase de RCIA 7:00 pm ( En el cuar to al fr ente de
la sacristia de la Iglesia )
MARTES: Cur sillos Celebr ando su Ultr eya a las 7:30 to
8:30 pm ( En la Capilla )
MIERCOLES: 7:00 PM Limpieza de Nuestr a Iglesia;
JUEVES: Ador ación Al Santísimo de 9:00 am 6:50 pm. Seguido por la Misa Bilingüe a las 7:15 pm en la Capilla.
VIERNES: Pr imer Vier nes Ador ación Al Santísimo a las
6:30 pm y la Misa a las 7:30 pm Cada Mes en la Capilla
Grupo Carismático de 8PM a 10PM en el sotano de la iglesia
SABADO: Reconciliación / Confesión 4:45PM –5:15PM
Rosario Parroquial 5:00-5:15 PM en la iglesia: L-V
(Puede que cambie en días de fiesta)
Cada primer sábado: Misa Guadalupana 8:00 PM (Iglesia)
Cada cuarto domingo del mes: 2:00-5:00 PM in the Church’s
basement: Grupo de Oración 911.
Reflexión de las Buenas Nuevas
12º Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Junio 21, 2015
Job 38, 1.8-11
Sal 106, 23-26.28-31
2 Cor 5, 14-17
Marcos 4, 35-41
Calmando las tormentas
Es época de huracanes donde vivo en Florida. Algunas personas creen
que las tormentas destructivas son castigos de Dios. A pesar de que es
cierto que las personas merecen ser castigadas por su inmoralidad,
Jesús cargó la ira justa del Padre sobre su propio cuerpo, aceptando la
tortura, derramando sangre y muriendo para que todos los pecadores
pudieran salvarse de la justicia que merecían.
Jesús quiere calmar nuestras tormentas, no causarlas.
Los sufrimientos de la vida no son castigos. Son las mejores ocasiones
para acercarnos más a Dios. Todos tenemos épocas de tormentas en
nuestras vidas. Ellas son invitaciones a darnos cuenta que Jesús está
caminando junto a nosotros a través de todo, merezcamos su ayuda o
no. Son oportunidades para adquirir más conocimiento, ganar más
sabiduría y crecer más fuertemente en la verdadera fe. Es un tiempo
para crecer en humildad. Gracias a nuestra mayor necesidad de confiar
en Dios, descubrimos más acerca de su amor, pero sólo si dejamos de
insistir en que Dios debería comportarse como un genio mágico que
controlamos nosotros para resolver nuestros problemas de la forma en
que creemos conveniente.
Algunas de las tormentas en este mundo siguen bramando porque no
hacemos lo suficiente para traer hasta ellas la presencia de Cristo.
Después de haber crecido a partir de nuestras experiencias, supuestamente deberíamos ayudar a otros a soportar las tormentas en sus
vidas. Tenemos las manos terrenales que Jesús quiere usar para calmar
las tormentas. Y entonces, ¡sorpresa! Es en este logro que nos damos
cuenta que nuestros sufrimientos no han sido en vano; esto calma
nuestras nubes de desesperación y lamento.
A menudo creamos nuestras propias tormentas tomando decisiones
pecaminosas, pero Dios no quiere que seamos castigados. Nos manda
muchas banderas rojas advirtiéndonos y entonces, si de todas formas
READINGS FOR THE WEEK/LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA nos metemos en un huracán, Jesús nos invita a calmar el caos reconMon/Lun:
Gn 12:1-9; Ps 33:12-13, 18-20, 22; Mt 7:1-5
ciliándonos con él.
Tue/Mar:
Gn 13:2, 5-18; Ps 15:2-4ab, 5; Mt 7:6, 12-14
Wed/Mie:
Vigil: Jer 1:4-10; Ps 71:1-6ab, 15ab, 17; 1 Pt 1:8-12; Sea que las tormentas se gesten por el pecado o por la naturaleza, si
Lk 1:5-17 Day: Is 49:1-6; Ps 139:1-3, 13-15;
gritamos como los discípulos en la lectura del Evangelio de este domingo -- "Señor, ¿no te importa que nos hundamos?" -- Jesús reActs 13:22-26; Lk 1:57-66, 80
sponde: "¿Por qué temen? ¡Qué poca fe tienen! Mi paz ya está aquí."
Thu/Jue:
Gn 16:1-12, 15-16 [6b-12, 15-16]; Ps 106:1b-5;
Mt 7:21-29
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Fri/Vie:
Gn 17:1, 9-10, 15-22; Ps 128:1-5; Mt 8:1-4
Sat/Sab:
Gn 18:1-15; Lk 1:46-50, 53-55; Mt 8:5-17
Religious Education Program
Sun/Dom:
Wis 1:13-15; 2:23-24; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13;
2 Cor 8:7, 9, 13-15; Mk 5:21-43 [5:21-24, 35b-43]
If you would like to help our parish as a Catechist in our Reli-
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Aquí se romperá la arrogancia de tus
olas (Job 38:1, 8-11).
Salmo — Demos gracias al Señor por sus bondades
(Salmo 107 [106]).
Segunda lectura — Ya todo es nuevo
(2 Corintios 5:14-17).
Evangelio — ¿Quién es éste, a quien hasta el viento y el
mar obedecen? (Marcos 4:35-41).
gious Education Program, please come to the meeting on Saturday
June 27th, at 10AM at the Basement of the Church
SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL GIVES BACK
St Gabriel Parish should share in the profits. For each car, truck or
van, running or not. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul will give
back to our church $50/$100 per vehicle. Maybe you don't have a
vehicle, but a family member, friend or neighbor has an old or neglected vehicle in their driveway that they would like to dispose of.
Call the Society of St. Vincent de Paul at
718-491-2525.
Thank you for your participation.
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
St. Gabriel Parish #244300
26-26 98th Street
East Elmhurst, NY 11369
TELEPHONE
718 639-0474
CONTACT PERSON
Ramon Castillo
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