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OUR LADY OF MERCY PARISH
131 Davis Street, Easton, PA 18042
Parish Center and St. Bernard’s Oratory: 132 S. Fifth Street, Easton, PA 18042
Parish Center hours 8 AM – 4 PM daily Monday thru Friday (except holidays)
Phone: (610) 252-7381 • Fax: (610) 252-6757
E-mail: info@olomercy.com • Website: www.olomercy.com
Through Stewardship ~ Reaching Out With Love
Pastoral Staff:
Administrator: Rev. Keith Laskowski
Permanent Deacon: Mr. Jose DeCastro
Permanent Deacon: Mr. Henry Fleck, Jr.
Catholic Ministry to the Sick: Rev. Elias D. Munyaneza, A.J.
Easton Area Catholic Youth Group: Mrs. Kelly DeRaymond
Business Manager:
Parish Music Director: James Convery
PREP Coordinator: Mrs. Johanna Florez
Baptism/Bautismo: (Pre-registration is required)
English Preparation Class: 7:00p.m. 1st Monday of Month
Baptisms in English: Third Sunday of the Month 2:00p.m.
Charlas Pre-Bautismales: Primer Domingo del mes
Bautismos en Español: Segundo Domingo del mes 2:00p.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Saturday / Sabado 3:30 – 4:15p.m. at St. Bernard’s Oratory
or by appointment at any time.
Ministry to the Sick:
Communion Call List/Homebound Visits: Call Parish
center to be put on list.
Hospital Calls/Last Rites: Notify your hospital staff. They
will contact priest on call or dial 610-252-7381 x309.
Religious Education/Educación Religiosa
Notre Dame High School (610) 868-1431
Parish Religious Education Program
Classes are held:
Sunday/Domingo 8:45 – 10:15a.m. Grades 1-8 and Special
Sacramental Programs in the Parish Center.
For information call Johanna Florez at the Parish Center.
Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator:
Ms. Wendy S. Krisak, M.A., NCC, LCP
Confidential Telephone: (800) 791-9209
Diocesan Safe Environment Coordinator:
Sr. Meg Cole, S.S.J. - Telephone: (610) 866-0581
November 30, 2014
1st Sunday of Advent
SATURDAY VIGIL MASS: St. Bernard’s Oratory
4:30p.m. (English)
SUNDAY MASSES: St. Bernard’s Oratory
7:30a.m. (English)
9:00a.m. (English)
10:30a.m. (English)
12:00noon (Spanish)
WEEKDAY MASSES: St. Bernard’s Oratory
Monday:
8:00a.m.
12:10p.m.
Tuesday:
8:00a.m.
12:10p.m.
Wednesday:
8:00a.m.
12:10p.m.
7:00p.m. (Spanish)
Thursday:
8:00a.m.
12:10p.m.
Friday:
8:00a.m.
12:10p.m.
New Parishioners: WELCOME!
See the Priest after Mass to register.
FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Upcoming Weekend Schedule
December 6th & 7th
Mass
Schedule
4:30 pm
Celebrant: Fr. Keith
Lector: Kirk Colton
Eucharistic Ministers: Jason Wambold, Kirk Colton,
Marie Cimino
Altar Servers: Campanelli Sisters
Greeter:
OUR LADY OF MERCY
ST. BERNARD ORATORY
Saturday November 29
4:30 pm
James P. Donegan, Sr. [Catherine Donegan]
Sunday, November 30, FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
7:30 am
Joseph Schrantz [Wife/Daughters]
9:00 am
Bonney Cervasi [Larry/Pat Bleam]
10:30 am Nina Knott [Nancy Lazzara]
12:00 pm Amaya Turcios Fam.
Monday, December 1
8:00 am
Jack Lambert [Helen T. Brennan]
12:10 pm
Antoinette Hirsh [Family]
Tuesday, December 2
8:00 am
Frank Buongiorno [Jim/Mary Linton]
12:10 pm
Spec. Int./Robert Cordero
Wednesday, December 3
8:00 am
James McGill [Piergallini Family]
12:10 pm
NO MASS
7:00 pm
Thursday, December 4
8:00 am
Spec. Int./Cordero Family
12:10 pm
Kevin Dolan [Betty Cavanaugh]
Friday, December 5
8:00 am
Memorial & Endowment Society
12:10 pm
Thomas Moretti [Olive/Joe Dagon, II]
Saturday, December 6
4:30 pm
Asher/Josephine Moser [Family]
Sunday, December 7, SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
7:30 am
Jo/Patti Porrello
9:00 am
Mary A. Weiss [John Weiss]
10:30 am Claire W. Davis [Rose Marie Koury]
12:00 pm
7:30 am
Celebrant: Fr. Keith
Lector: Frank Prekel
Eucharistic Ministers: Elizabeth Stevens, Amy Robinson
Altar Servers: Steve Wallo
Greeter:
9:00 am
Celebrant: Fr. Elias
Lector: Richard Larkin
Eucharistic Ministers: Tom Hess, Carina Schaffer
Altar Servers: Brandon Kummer
Greeter:
10:30 am
Celebrant: Fr. Keith
Lector: Christine Bradley
Eucharistic Ministers: Karen Corpora, Robert Diventura
Altar Servers: Lauren/Faith Johnson
Greeter: Millie Reichard
Collection Counters: Noel/Steve Lammers, Colleen Hill
Would You Like to Donate a
Christmas Poinsettia in memory
of a loved one, for the altar on
Christmas? Please place $10 in
an envelope with your name and
the person in whose memory the flowers are
given. Envelopes may be handed in at the
Parish Center or placed in the collection basket.
PLEASE NOTE: There will be no
12:10 Mass on Wednesday,
December 3.
The Beautiful Custom
of breaking and
sharing Christmas Wafers at the family Christmas
meal was originated in Eastern Europe and is still
practiced by many families today. The head of the
family offers a brief prayer of thanksgiving to the Lord
and then breaks and shares a piece with each
member of the family. Christmas Wafers are
available at the Parish Center (8 am-4 pm).
Donation of $2 per envelope would be
appreciated.
RESPONSORIAL PSALM: Lord, make us turn to
you; let us see your face and we shall be saved.
Because the bulletin for November 30th had to be
submitted early, the collection for November 22nd &
23rd will be included in the December 7th bulletin.
A SPECIAL “THANK YOU” to the Strunk
Funeral Home who sponsored our 2015 calendars.
Please pick up your copy in the vestibule.
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OUR LADY OF MERCY CHURCH
November 30, 2014
Our Lady of Mercy will be
celebrating the feast day of
the Virgin of Guadalupe on
December 12. There will
be Mañanitas with Mariachi
at the 4 am Mass in the
Oratory,
followed
by
refreshments in the social
hall. The Oratory will be
open in the evening from 7
pm-8:30 pm for a prayer
service and reenactment.
ADVENT
TODAY,
we
celebrant
the
FIRST
SUNDAY OF ADVENT, THE BEGINNING
OF A NEW LITURGICAL YEAR. Each
year we prepare for God’s coming. Even
as we wait for God’s spirit to transform us,
we can celebrate the gifts we have already
received. In this Advent Season, the signs
of God’s presence are all about us. Let
this year be a beginning for us of a new
life of love and service to His name.
Come and See Weekend
The young men of the Diocese of Allentown
are invited to visit St. Charles Borromeo
Seminary in Philadelphia.
The weekend
includes Mass and time with our Seminarians;
a time for prayer, adoration and reflection;
sightseeing in Philadelphia; a visit to the
Shrine of St. John Neumann; and a stop at
Pat’s for a cheese steak! To register, call the
office of Vocations at 610-437-0755.
Community Penance Service
Monday, December 22, 7 PM – OLOM
Tuesday, December 23, 4 PM - St. Anthony’s
Tuesday, December 23, 7 PM - St. Jane’s
Pro-Life
Life Ad
Sign ups for the Life Ad will be held in the
vestibule next weekend. This Pro-Life ad will
be published in the Allentown Morning Call
newspaper on Thursday, January 22, 2015,
the 42nd anniversary of the legalization of
abortion in this country. A donation of $5 is
being collected for individuals and $10 for
families and organizations. Each sponsor will
have their name listed in the Ad under our
parish. Proceeds in excess of the Ad cost will
be donated to Mary’s Shelter, Cay Galgon
Center in Bethlehem.
Catholic Parent Revival
During the season of advent be treated to an
afternoon of inspiring national speakers and
meaningful prayer meant to breathe new life into the
vocation of parenthood. Parents, grandparents and
guardians are invited to gather together to be
reenergized in their faith and supported in the daily
effort of growing faith as a family. Will be held
Saturday, December 6, at the following locations: St.
Elizabeth, Fullerton, 2:30-5:30 pm; Our Lady of
Perpetual Help, Bethlehem, 12:30-4:45 pm. This
event is free, but registration is requested. Call 610289-8900, ext. 221 or oyyam@allentowndiocese.org
no later than Wednesday, December 3.
The Giving Tree is Back
Here is an opportunity to help a
mother and family in need this
Christmas. Our “giving tree”
will help support Catholic
Charities in their Pregnancy
and
Parenting
Support
Services. Next week you will
see a Christmas tree in the
back of the Church with tags.
Each tag has an item to be
purchased and wrapped and returned to the back of
the Church by Sunday, December 28th .
REMEMBER OUR VETERANS THIS
CHRISTMAS Approximately 1,100 veterans are
buried at Resurrection Cemetery in Wescosville, PA.
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Prayer is the key to heaven
But faith unlocks the door
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FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Protecting God’s children for grades 1 thru 4 (tentative
date) December 7th
Protecting God’s children grades 6, 7 & Special
Communion Class (tentative date) Dec. 14th
Easton Area Catholic Youth Group
News & Upcoming Events
DECEMBER
Parent consent forms are being sent home for this lesson.
6 - Advent Vesper Practice - 10:00 In the School
Santa’s Helpers set-up – 11:00 in the school
7 - Santa’s Helpers Day – 1- 3:30 in the school
14 - St. Anthony of Padua Advent Vespers
So why go to Sunday Mass? Easy: because Jesus is
there. For real. REAL PRESENCE
A lot of people who are much smarter than I have written
pages of solid theology on why we believe that Jesus Christ
is really present – body, blood, soul, and divinity – in the
Eucharist. Our faith teaches us that at every Mass, every
drop of wine and every crumb of the host is 100%
transformed into Jesus’ body and blood. It happens in a way
we don’t totally understand and can’t really explain, through
the mysterious power of the Holy Spirit and the grace of God
through the words of consecration. And the end result is that
we get to receive Him into our bodies.
If you’re looking to read some of those great theological
works… go find them. We’ve all been wrestling to find the
words to explain that Jesus meant it when He said, “This IS
my body,” and “This IS my blood,” and “DO THIS in
memory of me” (I added the all-caps… because sometimes
I wish the priest would shout those parts at Mass to help
people get it. But that wouldn’t really be super reverent. And
Jesus probably didn’t shout at the Last Supper).
I love how St. Paul – a guy who didn’t personally walk with
Jesus while He was in the flesh, but had a life-changing
encounter with Him after His death and resurrection (hmm…
sound familiar? Like, I dunno… me? You?) – breaks it down
for the Corinthians (1 Corinthians 11:23-26). They were
struggling with coming to Mass reverently (hmm…
sound like anyone else you know?), and so as he calls
them out in love, St. Paul says that he is simply handing on to
them what he had received from the Lord: that at the Last
Supper, the night before the crucifixion, Jesus took bread and
wine, told the disciples that it was His body and blood, and
commanded them to do the same, in remembrance of Him.
He didn’t say that Jesus said to play pretend. There was no
talk of symbols or representations. Jesus said to do the
same, and St. Paul was simply following His lead. Author
Rachel Allen
1:30 Practice
3:00 in St. Anthony of Padua Church
The Youth Group will be performing a Live Nativity
SANTA’S HELPERS
Sunday, December 7th
The Easton Area Catholic Youth Group
would like to help any Mom or Dad who may wish to
go shopping without the kids for the afternoon.
FREE Babysitting Service
from 1-3:30
in the St. Anthony School Building.
There will be activities which include:
Arts & Crafts, Games, Movies, and much more
Congratulations!!
to our Newly Confirmed Students
Allison Amentler
Margaret Donovan
Marcos Moran
Kelly Nguyen
Matthew Smickle
July Torres
Elizabeth Wescoe
Gannon Corpora
Riley Langen
Grace Mulligan
Julian Paredes-Gaviria
Ethan Smith
Nicholas Vincent
Jonathan Zapata
May God Bless them
as they continue to live in His Spirit.
Thank You!!!!!!!
Monday Dec.1 Advent Weekday Is 2:1-5 Mt 8:5-11 (175)
Tuesday Dec.2 Advent Weekday Is 11:1-10 Lk 10:21-24
Wednesday Dec. 3 Saint Francis Xavier, Priest Is 25:610a Mt 15:29-37 (177)
Thursday Dec. 4 Advent Weekday Saint John
Damascene, Priest and Doctor of the Church Is 26:1-6
Mt 7:21, 24-27 (178)
First Friday Dec. 5 Advent Weekday Is 29:17-24 Mt
9:27-31 (179)
First Saturday Dec. 6 Advent Weekday Saint Nicholas,
Bishop Is 30:19-21, 23-26 Mt 9:35—10:1, 5a, 6-8 (180)
Sunday Dec. 7 Second Sunday of Advent Is 40:1-5, 911 2 Pt 3:8-14 Mk 1:1-8 (5)
To our catechists and teachers, who give
their time to teach us their faith by word and
example:
Mrs. Karen Corpora & Mr. David Pritchard
To the Choir for the lovely voices that they
shared. Thank you!!
Food will be collected next weekend for
the Easton Area Interfaith Food Bank.
Please put in the vestibule.
Week of 11/30/14
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OUR LADY OF MERCY CHURCH
Time
1:30
7 pm
9:15am
& 7pm
10:30
7 pm
7:30
Event
NO PREP
Ultreya de Cursillo
Bap Prep Class
Book Club
St. B O
Rosary Group
Knitting Ministry
Juan XXIII
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
5 pm
Spanish Charismatic
St. B O
7 pm
Encuentro Matrimonial
St. B O
Sun.
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.
Week of 12/07/14
Time
1:30pm
3 pm
Sun.
Mon.
9:15am
& 7pm
Tues
10:30
7 pm
6:30 pm
Wed.
7:30 pm
Event
Ultreya de Cursillo
Juan XXIII Mtg.
Book Club
Rosary Group
Knitting Ministry
Divine Mercy Cenacle
Juan XXIII
Thur.
4 am
Fri.
Sat.
November 30, 2014
10 am
5 pm
Mañanitas a la Virgen
de Guadalupe
Buildings & Grounds
Grupo Carismático
Loc.
St. B O
St. B O
Location
ST. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
St. B O
Lecturas: Isaías 63:16b-17, 19; 64:2b–7; Salmo 80; 1
Corintios 1:3–9 Marcos 13:33–37
Salmo: Senor, muéstranos tu favor y salvanos.
Misa de Domingo 11/30
Ministro de Eucaristía: Ynes Herrera & Ana Cruz
Lector: Deisy Escalante Evodio Mendez
Contadores: Iris & Deisy Escalante
Scrip: Carlos Orellana
Misa de Domingo 12/7
Ministro de Eucaristía: Carlos R, José L. Amaya, Iris O.
Lector: Margarita Palacios & Daysi Díaz
Contadores: Amada & Wilfredo, Margarita Palacios
Scrip: Maribel & Martin Hernández
Intenciones de la Misa: Amaya Turcias [familia]
Tema de la Misa: Nuestras lecturas de hoy continúan
con las ideas expresadas en las lecturas de los dos
domingos anteriores: debemos estar preparados y
vigilantes. Claro que lo diferente hoy es que
comenzamos un tiempo nuevo en el año de la Iglesia.
Pero escuchemos a Dios que nos habla a través de
Isaías: “Tú sales al encuentro del que practica
alegremente la justicia y no pierde de vista tus
mandamientos”. Escucha lo que pide hoy de ti
Dios ahora que comenzamos este tiempo de vigilancia
y de espera.
Los Sacramentos
Confesiones: Sábado 3:30 – 4:15 PM
Bautismo: La charla para los bautizos será el primer
domingo del mes después de la Misa de las 12:00
del mediodía. Los bautizos se celebrarán el segundo
domingo del mes a las 2:00 pm. Hablar con el Padre
o el Diácono después de la Misa Dominical para
hacer los arreglos.
Requisitos Debe estar registrado y asistiendo a Misa
por lo menos 3 meses y dar constancia, en
preparación para todos los Sacramento. Favor de
usar los sobres en la ofrenda.
Matrimonio: La Diócesis requiere un tiempo de
preparación de 6 meses para matrimonios. Favor de
hablar con el Padre con tiempo para más
información.
Clases de Religión (catecismo)- todo niño estudiando
en una escuela pública debe venir a las clases de
PREP. Empezando el 1er grado.
Misa en Español: La Misa dominical en español es a
las 12:00 pm. Hay una Misa durante la semana en
español, los miércoles a las 7:00 pm.
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FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
El Plan de Reconciliación: El Señor Jesús
Después del pecado de Adán y Eva, ellos y todos sus
descendientes quedaron en poder del demonio.
Nosotros también. Dios tuvo compasión de los hombres
y prometió un Redentor que nos reconciliaría, sanando
las rupturas. Este Reconciliador nacería de una Mujer
que aplastaría con su pie la cabeza de la serpiente
infernal que había engañado a Adán y Eva.
Por esto, todo el pueblo de Israel esperaba al Salvador.
Los Patriarcas y Profetas del Antiguo Testamento iban
recordando al pueblo elegido la promesa de Dios.
Se cumplió la promesa hecha por Dios de Adán y Eva
cuando la segunda Persona de la Santísima Trinidad se
hizo hombre en las purísimas entrañas de la Virgen
María por obra del Espíritu Santo; y cuando este Dios y
Hombre verdadero - Jesucristo - murió en la Santa Cruz
para pagar por todos los pecados del mundo,
reconciliándonos así con Dios, con nosotros mismos,
con los hermanos humanos y con toda la creación.
¿Tuvo Dios compasión de los hombres después del
pecado de Adán y Eva? Si, Dios tuvo compasión de
los hombres después del pecado de Adán y Eva, y para
salvarnos prometió un Redentor.
¿Quién es el Redentor y Reconciliador de los
hombres? El Redentor y Reconciliador de los hombres
es Jesucristo.
¿Quién es el Señor Jesús? El Señor Jesús es el Hijo
de Dios hecho hombre, que nació de la Virgen María,
murió en la Cruz para salvar a todos los hombres y
resucitó al tercer día.
¿Jesucristo es verdadero Dios y verdadero
Hombre? Si, Jesucristo es verdadero Dios y verdadero
Hombre en la unidad de una sola Persona que es
divina.
¿Desde cuándo existe Jesucristo? El Señor Jesús,
como Dios, existe desde siempre porque es la Segunda
Persona de la Santísima Trinidad; y como hombre,
existe desde la Encarnación.
¿Qué es la Encarnación? La Encarnación es el
misterio de la unión de la naturaleza divina y de la
naturaleza humana en la única Persona de Dios Hijo.
¿Cómo se realizó la Encarnación del Hijo de Dios?
La Encarnación del Hijo de Dios se realizó cuando el
Espíritu Santo, de las purísimas entrañas de la Virgen
María, formó un cuerpo perfecto, sin pecado, y un alma
nobilísima que unió a aquel cuerpo; en el mismo
instante, a este cuerpo y alma se unió el Hijo de Dios y
de esta manera el que antes era sólo Dios, sin dejar de
serlo, quedó hecho hombre, igual a todos los hombres
en todo, menos en el pecado.
¿Se podría decir que en Cristo hay dos personas?
Nunca, en Jesucristo hay una sola Persona que es
divina, con dos naturalezas: la divina y la humana.
12 de Diciembre- Misa para la Virgen de
Guadalupe con Mariachi a las 4 a.m. en el
Oratorio San Bernardo. Habrá un
refrigerio después de Misa en el salón
social de San Bernardo.
El día 12 de Diciembre el Oratorio San
Bernardo estará abierto de 7pm8:30pm, para las personas que gusten
visitar a la Virgen de Guadalupe, o
escuchar la narración que será leída por
Marcos Fuentes
Celebración de la Virgen de
Guadalupe - Lehigh Valley
Jueves, December 11, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Allentown Central Catholic High School,
301 N 4th St, Allentown, PA
Celebración de la Santa Misa por el Obispo
Juan Barres Seguida de un compartir social en el salón de
los Pastores de la Parroquia del Sagrado
Corazón
Inicia nuevo año litúrgico Ciclo B
El adviento es el tiempo litúrgico que sirve para
preparar la celebración del nacimiento de Jesús, el
Hijo de Dios, y para reflexionar en que toda la
humanidad estamos esperando la segunda venida de
nuestro Salvador.
Son cuatro domingos en que se usa el color morado
para los ornamentos.
Los evangelios que se proclaman en estas
celebraciones le recuerdan a la Iglesia y a cada uno de
los cristianos la necesidad constante de cambiar de
vida, de convertirnos.
Es tiempo para aprender a orar personalmente, en
familia con la comunidad cristiana, de corregir
nuestros comportamientos dañinos y egoístas, de
reconocer la presencia de Jesús en medio de la
Iglesia, de dirigir nuestro corazón a María para
aprender de ella a esperar y prepara la venida del
Salvador.
Voluntarios
Nuestra Señora de la Merced esta buscando
voluntarios para vender Scrip después de la Misa.
Para mas información favor de llamar a la oficina y
hablar con la Sra. Florez.
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