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Welcome/Bienvenidos
Saint Patrick Church
Parroquia Católica de San Patricio
2014
“To bring the transforming love of our Triune God to those around us.”
“Llevar el amor transformante de la Trinidad a los que nos rodean”
OFFICE/OFICINA
MASS SCHEDULE/HORARIO DE LAS MISAS
703 Green Street
Saturday Vigil:
4:00 PM
Norristown, PA 19401
Vigilia del Sábado:
6:00 PM
Tel.
610-272-1408
Sunday:
10:00 AM
Fax
610-275-0238
Domingo:
8:00 AM & 12:00 PM
Website:
www.saintpatrick-norristown.net Weekdays:
8:00 AM Tuesday – Friday
Office Hours:
Holy Days:
8:00 AM - 12:05 & 7PM
Monday – Thursday 9:00AM – 4:30PM – Friday 9:00AM – 3:00PM
stpatnorris@comcast.net CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES
Every Saturday from:
3:00PM - 3:45PM
PASTOR/PÁRROCO
Sábados de:
3:00PM – 3:45 PM
Rev. Gus C. Puleo
610-272-1408 Ext. 127
PARISH SECRETARY/ SECRETARIA DE LA PARROQUIA
Ms. Maria-Angeles Landero stpatnorris@comcast.net
610-272-1408 Ext. 123
BAPTISMS/BAUTISMOS
Parents must be registered and active members of the
parish. Please call to schedule your Baptism on Sunday.
Los Padres deberán estar registrados y ser miembros
activos de la parroquia.
Se celebran Bautismos Domingos: 1:15PM y/o Sábados a las 7:00PM
COORDINATOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
COORDINADOR DE LA EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
Mrs. Maryann Mitchell
lilangel50@comcast.net
610-272-4500 Ext. 139
DIRECTOR OF PARISH SERVICES
DIRECTORA DE SERVICIOS PARROQUIALES
Sister Ann McAlpin, I.H.M. mcalpin.ann@comcast.net
610-272-4500 Ext. 133
PARISH MANAGER
Christopher Lawrence
610-272-1408 Ext. 122
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC
215-628-8740
Mrs. Virginia Chiodo
ginnyd98@comcast.net
CEMETERY OFFICE
programa
MaryLou Tague
610-272-4385
610-272-6180 FAX
Las Pláticas de Bautizo los sábados: 2:00PM.
De acuerdo al calendario que aparece en
la pagina en Español de este boletín, consúltelo para
programar su Bautizo. Padres y Padrinos [casados
por la Iglesia] deberán atender.
MARRIAGE/MATRIMONIO
Registered parishioners planning to be married should
contact Rev. Gus Puleo, 6 months in advance.
Feligreses registrados favor de empezar los planes con el
Parroco Gus Puleo, con seis meses de anticipación.
FIRST COMMUNION/PRIMERA COMUNIÓN
CONFIRMATION/CONFIRMACIÓN
Although it is encouraged to continue your child’s faith
formation instruction every year, a minimum of two
Years of study is required before the reception of First
Holy Communion and Confirmation.
Es muy importante continuar la instrucción de la formación
de fe de sus hijos cada año, un mínimo de dos años de
Preparación es requerido antes de recibir los sacramentos
de Primera Comunión y Confirmación.
Favor de pedir información sobre nuestro
de Educación Religiosa para adultos (R.I.C.A.).
saintpatrickcemetery@comcast.net
REGISTRATION/REGISTRACIÓN
Please make sure you have registered as members of our parish.
Favor de asegurarse que se han registrado como miembros de nuestra parroquia.
Mass Intentions
4:00PM JOHN A. DUNDON
6:00PM DIFUNTOS DE LA FAMILIA LANDERO
The Spera Family
The Landero Family
8:00AM POR NUESTROS FELIGRESES
10:00AM JAMES JOYCE
M/M Michael McGuire
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
12:00PM LUZ DEL CARMEN MORENO
Catalina Sánchez
8:00AM EDWARD & MARGARET DUFFY
Edward & Susan Duffy
8:00AM ELEANOR ECKERT
Louise Eckert
November 16, 2014
The readings for this week call us to accountability. The needs of every day must be met. The claims of God
on our gifts and talents must also be granted. Help us, O Lord, to remember that you ask of us only what you
have already given us. May we use well the talents entrusted to us for your people.
8:00AM EDWARD BROWN
Robert & Dorothy Law
Virgin Mary Rose Memorial
For the week of November 16th 2014 the Virgin Mary Rose
Memorial will be in memory of: LOUIS PULEO at the request
of: The Puleo Family. If you wish to purchase one Rose for
the altar in memory of a loved one, please come to the Parish
Center Offices. An offering of $10.00 is requested.
Sacred Heart Rose Memorial
For the week of November 16th the Sacred Heart Rose
Memorial will be in memory of: MARIO & CELIA LANDERO
at the request of: Maria-Angeles & Family. If you wish to
purchase one Rose for the altar in memory of a loved one,
please come to the Parish Center Offices. An offering of $10.00 is requested.
8:00AM RITA LORRAINE BRENNAN
Kathy Starr & Myles Burke
4:00PM JEAN DUNDON
The Spera Family
6:00PM DIFUNTOS DE LA FAMILIA VILLAVICENCIO Landero Family
8:00AM POR NUESTROS FELIGRESES
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10:00AM RITA RANGO 5 ANNIVERSARY Tony Rango
12:00PM ABEL RESENDIZ
Familia Resendiz
The Sanctuary Candle Memorial
If you wish to have the sanctuary candle burn in
memory of a loved one, you may make arrangements
by coming to the Parish Office. An offering of $20.00 is
requested.
Bread & Wine Memorial
If you wish to participate in this ancient tradition of providing
the bread & wine for our liturgies, please come to the Parish
Office. An offering of $20.00 is requested for each memorial.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
– 8AM MASS
There is no better way for us to begin this
national day of thanks than by attending Mass
with our family and receiving Holy Communion.
We invite our entire parish family to attend.
MICHAEL HAMMOND TONY RANGO
LILLIE MAULDIN
TONY KRIER
TONY BELLO
ARMOND ANGELUCCI
LOUIS SAMBRICK
BARBARA SCHINDLER LINDA ROGERS
The sick list will be updated monthly. We will be glad to keep the
name of your loved one on the list for one month. If you want to
extend a request for prayers beyond that time, please call the
Parish Center Office to let us know so we do not remove your
loved one’s name from the list.
Please remember only the names of the seriously ill should be placed on our sick
list.
Thank you to all who helped prepare for our
Christmas Bazaar.
We, especially, thank our
chairperson, Denise Lewis, John Myers and The
Kitchen Crew, and all our workers for their time and
talent in the successful Bazaar. As you know, it takes
a lot of work to get ready for such a great event. Next
year, we hope you continue your very welcome
support. Have a happy holiday season!
Saint Patrick Church, Norristown, PA
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THANKSGIVING DAY
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27th is Thanksgiving Day.
There is no better way for us to begin this national day of
thanks than by attending Mass with our
family and receiving Holy Communion.
We invite our entire parish family to
attend the 8:00AM Mass
BLESSING OF FOOD
When you attend Mass on Thanksgiving
Day, you are invited to bring a food
product (bread, pie, cake, etc.) that you will be sharing at
your Thanksgiving Dinner. We will bless the food during
Mass and then this blessing can be extended to all that
partake in your holiday meal.
Advent Retreat Day for Women - Journey with Mary
Begin preparations for Christmas with the story of Mary as you take time to pray
with God’s presence in your own story. This day is designed for Catholic
women of all ages seeking to enter into the season of Advent more reflectively.
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WHAT IS R.C.I.A.?
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) is the way in which
adults become full, active, participating members of the Catholic Church.
The R.C.I.A. is not just a “convert class” with a new name. It looks
different too. Special rites are celebrated during the Sunday liturgies at
various times throughout the year. The R.C.I.A. involves the whole
parish – in prayer as the rites are celebrated, in hospitality, as new
members are welcomed, and in specific ministries like sponsor, team
member, etc.
The most important thing to keep in mind about the R.C.I.A. is
this: it is not merely a new way to prepare adults for baptism; baptism is
only one step. The goal of the process is full communion, which means
“full, conscious, and active participation” in the Eucharist and in the
whole life of the Catholic faith community.
The R.C.I.A. is for: (1) any non-baptized adult seeking to
become a Catholic; (2) any baptized non-Catholic wishing to
become a Catholic; (3) any baptized Catholic who needs to receive
the Sacraments of Holy Communion & Confirmation. As a disciple of
Jesus Christ, please see the R.C.I.A. process as a grace-filled
opportunity for YOU to reach out to a non-Catholic spouse, friend, coworker or neighbor and personally invite him/her to “Come & See” what
the Lord has planned for them. For more information call the Office at
610-272-4500 and ask for Sister Ann McAlpin. RCIA will begin Thursday,
September 26th at 7PM.
R. C. I. A.
(__) I am a non-baptized Adult.
(__) I am a baptized non-Catholic wishing to become a Catholic.
(__) I am a Catholic needing to receive the Sacraments of Holy
Communion & Confirmation.
Name: ____________________________________________
Address: ____________________________________________
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NEWS FROM THE CHOIR DIRECTOR
"Serve the LORD with gladness: come before His
presence with singing." Psalm 102 -You are invited to
join the choir! Rehearsal, Thursday, 7 PM, Church. For
more information call Ginny Chiodo at 215-628-8740 or
email GinnyD98@comcast.net.
Let's Make Music! And Sing to God for Joy!!
Come join our St. Patrick's Youth Choir at 9 AM on Sundays. The Youth
Choir sings once a month for the 10am Mass and also Thanksgiving, and
Christmas Eve. For more information, please call Ginny Chiodo at 215628-8740 or email GinnyD98@comcast.net.
CHRISTMAS MEMORIALS
If you wish to have Christmas flowers and
decorations in memory of a loved one in our
Church during the Christmas season, please
use the envelope that you have received in
your recent mailing. Please write the name of your
loved one on the envelope and place it in the collection basket by
th
Sunday December 14 . A donation of $10.00 per memorial is
required. A memorial list will be published and inserted in the
bulletin during the Christmas season.
Saint Patrick Church Norristown, PA
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16 THIRTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Posted in National News, on November 3rd, 2014
Cardinal says mergers tough to take, but address shifts in
population
By Beth Griffin
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Catholic News Service
NEW YORK (CNS) — In a long-awaited but nonetheless stunning
announcement, the Archdiocese of New York said Nov. 2 it would merge 112 of
its 368 parishes into 55, effectively shuttering at least 31 churches by Aug. 1,
2015.
Twenty-four of the merged parishes will continue to celebrate scheduled Masses
and sacraments at two sites.
Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York said the painful reorganization is a
necessary adjustment to historic parish infrastructure that will strengthen the
Catholic Church in the archdiocese. “The parish is the people and the people
have to be cared for. What’s most important is the faith continues, the Eucharist
continues and the sacraments continue,” he said.
The cardinal spoke to Catholic News Service and Catholic New York together
after the mergers were announced. He said All Souls’ Day was a fitting time to
break the news because the feast and the decisions are not about dying, but
rising.
“It’s about what Pope Benedict said, ‘The vine has to be pruned once in a while
if it’s going to grow,’” the cardinal said, “and it’s about what Pope St. John Paul
II said, ‘We’re into mission and not maintenance’ and it’s about what Pope
Francis said, ‘The church is not about building structures. It’s about welcome,
love, mercy, service, embracing and inviting. It’s about going ahead and not
getting bogged down in the past.”
The cardinal said the math shows an awkward, lopsided distribution of parishes
that is inconsistent with Catholic population, especially in Manhattan. He said 25
percent of the parishes of the archdiocese are located in that borough, yet only 12
percent of the Catholic population is there. In Manhattan, 28 parishes will merge
to form 13 and nine sites will no longer hold weekly Mass, although they may be
used on special occasions.
Cardinal Dolan said the process was not an easy one and the announcement
caused understandable anger and hurt. “We know there’s going to be a lot of
tears, a lot of shouts, a lot of cussing and we need to be patient with people and
listen to them, but there’s a lot of trust and growth and strength that come out of
this.”
The mergers are the culmination of a five-year pastoral planning process known
as Making All Things New, which sought input from 368 parishes clustered into
75 groups, as well as a 40-person advisory committee, the archdiocesan priests’
council and archdiocesan staff.
Cardinal Dolan said the restructuring is not the result of a shortage of priests, but
from a shortage of the faithful. “They’re not coming anymore and we have to get
them back.”
He said a Catholics Come Home program planned several years ago was
canceled because some pastors “are so oppressed by bills and maintenance that
we can’t do mission. We’ve got to be talking about how to fill the buildings and
not how to keep them up, insure them and tuck-point them.”
“We have to turn from being shepherds to being fishermen and (the mergers)
will free us up to do that. We will have better utilization of priests, trained lay
ministers, religious women and men who are involved in leadership who aren’t
going to have to spend all their time propping up places and are going to be
better used at, granted, fewer, but much more vigorous and solid parishes,” he
explained.
Cardinal Dolan said people at the parishes that will receive new parishioners are
“probably breathing a sigh of relief,” because they’re “still at home.” But in the
31 parishes that will no longer have regular Masses, he said, “that’s where the
sting is and that’s where the tears are because those 31 sites will be more or less
shuttered after Aug. 1. On rare, extraordinary occasions … those parishes could
every once in a while, have a Mass. But in general, literally, the people have to
move.”
The changes will be implemented gradually, but will be completed by Aug. 1,
2015. The cardinal likened the merger process to a family whose grown children
convince their parents to sell a home that is too large for them. “You don’t say,
‘You don’t need this house anymore and it’s costing a bundle to keep it going’
and then have the movers pull up. You want to give people time.”
Auxiliary Bishop John J. O’Hara, director of the Making All Things New
process, said the archdiocese would provide guidance, direction and support to
pastors to help them shepherd their people in the mergers. He said the transition
to the new parishes will likely be marked by prayer services, liturgical
expressions and the procession of items from the old church to the shared site.
Cardinal Dolan said the process is not new and it’s not over. “If you read the
Acts of the Apostles, you see the church has been in pastoral planning mode
since day one, on Pentecost Sunday.”
While he did not anticipate another wave of mergers, he said there are parishes
whose input is still being considered.
Addressing the larger picture, he said, “Everybody with an ounce of common
sense in the United States is in strategic pastoral planning mode,” which involves
mergers in some areas and building new churches and schools in others.
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Our 2nd Collection today is for SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO SEMINARY
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Intercultural Class 6-8;30 PM
Spanish Classes 6pm
Spanish Choir 7pm – School Building
Choir Rehearsal 7pm
CCD CLASSES 5:00PM – 6:15PM
ESL CLASSES 10AM & 7PM
ADORATION: 8:30am – 1pm
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CCD CLASSES 5:00PM-6:15PM
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AA GRUPO 7PM
ESL CLASSES 10AM & 7PM
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Our 2nd Collection today is for CHURCH IMPROVEMENT
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Youth Choir Rehearsal 9AM
Our 2nd Collection today is for CHURCH IMPROVEMENT
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THE GIVING TREE
Once again, we invite our parish community
to
participate in Saint Patrick’s Giving Tree. It
will be located at the front of the Church.
Before and after the Masses, during the
first two weeks of Advent, participating
parishioners may choose from any of
the ornaments on the Giving Tree. We
are asking for gift cards from area stores
[Walmart,
Target,
Giant,
CVS,
Walgreen, Shoprite, etc.] that will
directly benefit needy families in our
area. The gifts can then be placed back on the Giving Tree by
December 16th. Thank you in advance for your generosity. For
questions please call, Maryann Mitchell 610-272-4500.
Please support our 2014 Irish Festival Corporate Sponsors
Saint Patrick Church, Norristown, PA
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“LAS MAÑANITAS”
12
De Diciembre, 2012 3:30AM.
Unàmonos y cantemos a nuestra Patrona
de la Americas, La Virgen de Guadalupe
aqui en nuestra Iglesia de San Patricio, la
Parroquia que celebra todos nuestras
tradiciones como èsta, las novenas y
muchas màs.
LA PROCESION CON LA ESTATUA DE
LA VIRGEN 6:00 PM - Saliendo de la
Iglesia de San Francisco de Assis.
Bottonwood Street y W. Marshall Street.
LA SANTA MISA 7:00 PM.
Gracias a todos los que ayudaron en EL BAZAR NAVIDEÑO
preparando este día especial, especialmente, agradecemos a
nuestro presidente, a Denise Lewis, al grupo de la cocina John
Myers y amigos y a todos los trabajadores por su tiempo y
talento en el bazar. Como usted sabe, toma mucho trabajo en preparar
todo para este tan gran acontecimiento del bazar de Navidad. El año próximo,
esperamos que usted continúe dándonos su apoyo y ayuda.
Arquidiócesis de Filadelfia la Misa televisada los
domingos 6:00AM en Univisión. La archidiócesis agradece
su generosidad en difundir la Misa en la televisión.
LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA PARA NIÑOS:
Kinder al 5to grado. Todos los domingos en la Misa
de 12:00pm. Explicación apropiada de la
proclamación de las lecturas dominicales.
Clases de Primera Comunión y
Confirmación
MARTES Y MIÉRCOLES 5PM
PLATICAS
PRE-BAUTISMALES
Sábados, 2:00PM
Salón Parroquial
BAUTISMOS
DOMINGOS: 1:15PM
SÁBADOS: 7:00PM
(después de la Misa)
Diciembre 6
Enero 17
Febrero 21
Marzo 21
Noviembre 22
Diciembre 13
Enero 10 y 25
Febrero 8
Marzo 14 y 22
CLASES DE INGLES MARTES Y JUEVES 10AM Y 7PM
Celebrando mis
XV
Todas las quinceañeras deberán asistir a las clases los
martes a las 3:30PM-5:00PM. Si no atienden a las
clases no celebraran la Misa en nuestra Parroquia. Para
más información comuníquese con la Hermana Ann
McAlpin al 610-272-4500.
NUESTRO RITO DE LA INICIACIÓN CRISTIANA
DE LOS ADULTOS (R.I.C.A.).
RCIA comenzará en
septiembre.
Cualquier adulto que esté interesado en la
recepción de los Sacramentos del Bautismo, de la Confirmación
y/o del Comunión, llame a la Hermana Ann, Directora de los
Servicios Parroquiales al 610-272-4500. Llene esta forma y
tráigala a la Oficina.
R.I.C.A.
(__) No estoy bautizado.
(__) No católico, bautizado. Quiero convertirme en católico.
(__) Soy Católico, necesito 1a. Comunión y Confirmación.
Nombre: ____________________________________________
Domicilio: ___________________________________________
Teléfono: ___________________________________________
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Wedding Invitations
&
Holiday Cards
All Major Credit Cards Accepted
At the Amazing Sportsplex
Feasterville, PA
Swim Lessons, Tennis, Soccer,
Music, Nature, Arts & Crafts, Science,
Computers, Lunch Inc., Indoor/Outdoor
Fun for Ages 3-15 yrs., Early/Late Care
Avail., Flexible Summer Weeks Avail.,
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Lesiones de carro, en el trabajo, deportes, graves/crónicas
Serving PA, NJ & DE
SUMMERPLEX
DAY CAMP
Serving Norristown
& all surrounding
areas
2949 Swede Rd, East Norriton PA 19401
• Implants
richardjohnsonfuneralhomes@gmail.com
215-909-3474
MAESTRO CHIROPRACTIC
• Dentures
800 W. Main St., Norristown, PA 19401
(610) 292-0422
www.richardjohnsonfuneralhome.com
Patrice Agger, Camp Dir., St. Vincent Parishioner
Office: 610.239.1836
johndavis_03@comcast.net
• Aceptamos seguro médico.
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619 Dekalb St., Norristown, PA 19401
Tel: 610.275.1880 • Fax: 610.275.3310
jurischung@gmail.com
1537 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA
Dentista Cosmetico
Familiar
• También hacemos implantes
On New Memorial Purchase with this ad
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807 DeKalb Street, Norristown HORSE
SERVING OUR NEIGHBORS ONE AT A TIME
Tel. Tienda
(610) 279-5080
Tel. Taqueria (610) 279-5088
Fax
(610) 279-2861
Taquería • Envios de Dinero
Tarjetas Telefónicas
CD's, DVD's y mucho más.
100 W. Fornance St., Norristown
610-539-1073
$100.00 Discount
Donald E. Moore, Supervisor
(610)277-2140
610-278- 0500
610-278-0100
Specializing in American, Mexican
There's a New Coin Laundry In Town.
& Korean Cuisine
Gran Variedad de Productos
Mexicanos y Centroamericanos
Fugo Eye Institute
at Riverside Cemetery
200 S. Montgomery Ave.
Norristown, PA 19403
Residential • Commercial • Industrial
"A Life Celebration Home"
200 West Germantown Pike
Norristown, PA 19404-0777
Riverside
Monuments
John Di Rosato
BOYD-HORROX
15% OFF
1.888.799.3056
John Patrick Publishing Company 1-800-333-3166 • www.jppc.net