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Church of St. Joachim – St. John the Evangelist
November 9, 2014
Vigil:
Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
Cecilia Ikhane
Anne & Bob Adams
Julia Serras
Her Grandchildren
Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
7:30 a.m.
Peter Scoba
Joe & Mary Reynolds
9:00 a.m.
George Post
Chip & Pat Milkovich
10:30 a.m.
Frank Sgro
Corrine Dickson
12:00 p.m.
Jose Medina
Orfa & Esposo
12:00 p.m.
Michael Archer
Ed & Mary Madeline Archer
6:00 p.m.
Brian Perlee
The Puvogel Family
St. Leo the Great, Pope and Doctor of the Church
7:00 a.m.
Tal Haight
Peggy & Nina
8:00 a.m.
Rose Ann Moscato
The Family
St. Martin of Tours, Bishop
7:00 a.m.
Tal Haight
Nit & Virginia Norman
8:00 a.m.
James E. Eadry
Gene Larkin
St. Josaphat, Bishop
7:00 a.m.
Susanna Stella
Peggy & John Stella
8:00 a.m.
Mary Kratchman
Mary Ellen Winfield &
The Weight Watcher Ladies
Weekday
7:00 a.m.
Pat Stypulkoski
Friends at 7a.m. Mass
8:00 a.m.
Diane Kraft
Isidora Powers
Weekday
7:00 a.m.
The Scoba Family
Hazel & Mike
8:00 a.m.
Frances Lester
Deacon Marty & Berenice
Weekday
8:00 a.m.
Cathy Schaefer
Denny Meyer & Karen Davis
9:00 a.m.
Sean John Maloney
Kathleen Tobin
Vigil:
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
4:30 p.m.
Our Beloved Deceased
Olga
5:30 p.m.
Thomas J. Hopper
The Engelbride Family
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30 a.m.
John Joseph
Tony & Sarah Lugo
9:00 a.m.
Janet Hupcey
Nancy & Matthew Condon
10:30 a.m.
St. Joachim-St. John’s SeniorsSeniors
Mass for Deceased Members
12:00 p.m.
Lydia Bolander & Charlie Viera
Judy Alvarez
12:00 p.m.
Casimir & Karol Dokurno
Zofia Kochay
6:00 p.m.
Michael O’Donnell
Elizabeth & Michael Kelleher
4:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
Sun.
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Spanish
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Sun. Nov.
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Spanish
Sacramentals
Sanctuary Lamp: St. Joachim’s – Casimir & Karol Dokurno, Joseph Kochay
Sanctuary Lamp: St. John’s – Lee Ann & Simon Lee Antalek, Richard Pendleton Sr.
Bread & Wine: St. Joachim’s –Edward & William Sablinski
Bread & Wine: St. John’s – Jean Dizillo & James Lemmo
Altar Candles: St. Joachim’s –
Altar Candles: St. John’s –
Rose for Life: St. Joachim’s – Barbara & Michael Scoba, Sr.
Rose for Life: St. John’s – Rose & Francis Donnelly, Joseph Romanelli
Our Paths are Guided by the Beacon of Christ’s Love
Revenue Sharing Program
Week 8 – Eileen Steffanci
Attendance
November 2, 2014
November 3, 2013
896
953
Coming Events
Bible Study
We will continue with the study of St. John’s Gospel
Tuesday nights at St. Joachim’s meeting room from
7:30-8:30pm. St. John’s Gospel, the last of the four
to be written, offers rich insights into the life,
ministry, passion, death and resurrection of Jesus.
We will be studying the Gospel with the help of
commentators through the centuries and through
music, art and literature. It is not necessary to
attend every class, please come whenever you are
able. Please bring a Bible – Bibles are available for
$5 each at the parish office.
Seniors Invited to Thanksgiving Dinner
St. Joachim - St. John’s 8th Grade Confirmation
Class would like to invite all of our seniors to a
home cooked Thanksgiving Dinner on Saturday,
November 15 at 6:00 pm in St. Joachim’s gym.
Please RSVP to the parish office at 838-0915 no
later than November 12.
Flock Notes
The archdiocese is initiating a communication
system known as Flocknote. There are 2 easy
ways to connect (pick one):
Visit our Parish at:
www.flocknote.com/stjoachimstjohn and give
information.
or
Text Sjj to 84576 from your phone to subscribe.
Any questions, ask Sr. Kathy
Broadway Show: Beautiful
The parish has purchased 50 tickets to the
Broadway Hit Musical "Beautiful."
This
musical tells the story of Carole King from her early
days as a Brooklyn teenager struggling to enter the
record business to her years spent as a charttopping music legend. The price of this ticket will
include dinner and bus transportation. The date of
the show is Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 3:00 pm.
More details to follow. Reserve your ticket now by
calling Marianne Dahl (831-5406).
To serve your needs better, our pastor would like to
know:
Of any parishioner who is hospitalized
Of anyone in need of prayer
Of anyone who would like a pastoral visit
Our parish priests and the Special Ministers of Holy
Communion bring the Eucharist to our ill parishioners.
The Sacraments of the Sick and Reconciliation are
also available from our priests on their visits. If you or
someone you know is in need of the Sacraments,
please call the parish office.
Through the Outreach Program – Parish Volunteers
provide supportive and practical services for seniors
and other persons who are in need. These include
friendly visiting, telephone reassurance, shopping, and
local medical transportation/escort. Drivers are
needed for the Outreach Program for doctor’s
appointments. If you are able to help, please call the
parish office.
Pray for the Sick and Homebound:
Catherine Adams, Minoo Aibara, Rasika Aniff, Ruben
Arroyo, Dominic Bettina, Deborah Bonnell, Joseph
Bradford, Octavia Buitrago, Sean Cadden,Coleen
Cherry, Bill Coatney, Christine Connelly, Ramona
Concessao, Noah Corey, Margaret Danza, Christina
DeDonato, Eileen Deighan, Maria del Rosario, Hilda
D’Silva, Jeffrey Dolan,
Lucia Eustace, Christine
Ferguson, Valarian Fernandes, Joyce Flynn, Russell
Fullen, Brian M. Furey, Marie Ann Gama, David
Gonzalez, Lillian Gonzalez, , Jessica Hernandez,
Timmy Johnson,
Donna Juliano, Kevin Keenan,
Terri Keenan, Jim Killeen, Edward Killmer, Michael
Leonard, Olga Lucas, Sarah Lugo,
Josephine
Lupparelli, Evan Maher, Venita Martis, Eileen Malik,
Bridget McGrath, Eve Marhafer Meek,
Ann O’Dell,
Jim O’Donnell, Loretta Oppitz, Mike O’Shaughnessy,
Sara Pellerin,
Cayla Pignatello, Peter Podloski,
Jane Pomarico, John Pomarico ,Rose Pucino, Mary
Rafter, Hector Ramirez, Ivette Ramos, Robin Reis,
Mary Rivera, Lehman Roarabaugh, Maria Robillard,
Marcia Santovenia, Marie Sequinot,
Ruth Snyder,
Lawrence Solomon, Teresa Solomon, Lillian Strolis,
Nina Tagan, Kathleen Tobin, Jean Torrie, Thomas
Trochan, Sr., Kay Usifer, Julio D. Vazquez, Laryssa
Verna, and Taylor Weiss.
Please pray for the men and women serving in the
military and for their families.
And also our friends in McClelland’s, Elant at
Fishkill, Wingate at Beacon, Forrestal Heights,
Hamilton Fish, Hedgewood, Horizons, and
Meadow Ridge II.
Recently Deceased: We pray for the people who
have recently died and ask God to grant their families
and loved ones the strength to carry on until we all join
God in the Resurrection: Patricia Stypulkoski
Reflection
One of the Redemptoristine Sisters here in
Beacon, Sr. Hildegard Pleva O.Ss.R., gave a
beautiful reflection at an All Souls’ Day service
last year. Sr. Hildegard graciously gave us
permission to reprint her reflection here:
On Mourning Those Whose Faith was Weak
Many of us have been consoled in our grief by
remembering the deep faith of the person no longer
with us. We may have observed firsthand how the
one we loved and respected was carried through
the dying process by faith in a loving God. Or
perhaps the sadness of the day of their departure
or the day of their burial was eased by our
imagining their joy as they entered into the
embrace of the God whom they knew and loved.
But my words now are for those who grieve the loss
of someone whose faith was not strong; whose
faith was underdeveloped; whose faith was long
ago jettisoned in the face of great pain, misfortune
or disillusionment. Preparing their funerals and
burial rites may have seemed a bit off kilter
because we never really knew how they were with
God.
It was this way with me when my father died last
April. True to his utterly in control character and
while he was in Hospice care at home, he planned
everything. At his request he met with the funeral
director and pastor of the Episcopal Church where
he would be buried. He wrote his own obituary,
wanted no church service, requested military
honors and allowed for only a few words at the
burial.
While not a member of Generation X, he could
have declared like some of them, “I am not religious
but I am spiritual.” I believe my father was a deeply
spiritual man. Were he not, how could he have
been such a loving and faithful husband for almost
70 years, such a lover and connoisseur of music
and art, such a steady reliable friend, or such a
faithful citizen of the country of his adoption? He
often asked me to pray for him. But he was a
pragmatic man wary of all illusion.
Where did I find my consolation if I could not find it
in the sure knowledge of his faith? Where can we
find some peace when we lose someone whose
faith had not matured, who seemed to have no
faith, or who chose a spiritual path unlike our own?
I found my peace in a passage of Scripture
frequently read at funerals but little meditated upon:
The souls of the just are in the hand of God,
and no torment shall touch them.
They seemed, in the view of the foolish, to be dead;
and their passing away was thought an affliction
and their going forth from us, utter destruction.
But they are in peace.
For if before men, indeed, they be punished,
yet is their hope full of immortality;
chastised a little, they shall be greatly blessed,
because God tried them
and found them worthy of himself.
As gold in the furnace, he proved them,
and as sacrificial offerings he took them to himself.
In the time of their visitation they shall shine,
and shall dart about as sparks through stubble…
I read this passage and no longer wondered about
the quality of the grand reunion of my father’s soul
with his creator. In that reunion all has been
revealed to him. Now he knows all about God, all
those things he missed or questioned or puzzled
about all his life. Now he knows utterly
unconditional love.
Let our consolation be found in the image of God
taking such souls to himself and transforming them
into brilliant light. Where once their intellect or
ignorance, their pride or their lack of self-worth,
their self-centeredness or their frenzied busy-ness
kept God at a distance or out of their realm
altogether; now they have bridged the gap. All
distance has been erased by union with God who
knew their hearts as only God can know them. With
this image before us we can say with comforting
certainty, “Now they know.”
Bereavement Support Group
A bereavement support group has been organized
for all persons who are grieving the death of a
loved one. These bi-weekly sessions will help
guide people through their grieving process in a
safe, supportive environment. It takes courage to
face the many feelings and life changes that result
from the death of a loved one. By participating in a
support group, you will have the opportunity to
share with others who are grieving, learn about the
process of grief and be supported during this
difficult time. This program will begin on Monday,
November 10th at 7pm in the Sacristy of St.
Joachim’s Church. For more information, please
call the Parish Office at 845-838-0915. Thank you,
Deacon Marty.
FROM THE WOMEN'S PARISH CLUB
The Fall Garage and Rummage was another great
success. Thank you for all your donations! Many
thanks to Rose Boyd and Pat Lyman for running
this event. And thanks to everyone who gave their
time to help out in any way. Thanks too, Barbara
O'Leary for running the very delicious kitchen.
Christmas Fair Raffle Chance returns may be made
in the weekly collection basket, at the Parish Office
or at the Christmas Fair. The fair will be held on
Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7.
Thanks to everyone who took the packet of
chances. Please buy or sell the chances! These
chances are a big part of the success of the fair.
St. Joachim – St. John Seniors to Meet
On Fri., Nov. 21 at 12:30pm at St. John’s Church
Hall. A mass for deceased members will be held on
Sun. Nov. 16 at 10:30. A coffee hour will follow.
Reservation required - 831-2289.
Save the Date: Fri., Dec 19, Christmas
luncheon – 12:30pm at I 84 Diner. Reservations
required – 831-2289.
Franciscan Study Day
Sat., Dec. 6, 11am to 1:45pm at Mt Alvernia Retreat
Center, Wappingers Falls. Registration required by Nov.
28. $25 fee includes lunch. Topic: Christmas, Greccio
and the Crib. Contact Janice Daley at 849-2943.
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY
Our High School Youth Ministry meets every Sunday
night in the lower hall at St. John’s from 6:45pm to
8:30pm. All high school teenagers are invited to Come,
join us for food, games, discussion and prayer. Please
pray for the young people of St. Joachim - St. John’s!
CAN YOU HELP?
Every Sunday night, we provide our teenagers with
dinner at our meeting. Can you help by preparing and
dropping off a meal one Sunday night? Food can be
very simple – baked ziti, hot dogs, chili, etc. There are
approximately 15 students. There is a sign-up sheet in
the rear of church where you can sign up for a Sunday,
someone from the youth ministry will contact you in
advance to set things up. Thank you for supporting our
teenagers in this way!
National Night of Prayer
Please join us from 9pm on Monday, December 8th
to 1am on Tuesday, December 9th at St. John’s
Church as we join other Parishes in Prayer and
Meditation in a National effort to unite our prayers
with Catholics throughout the country in an effort to
turn hearts toward Christ, thus bringing an end to
abortion and all sins against the Culture of Life and
for the healing of those who are suffering as a
result of them.
We will begin at 9pm with
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament followed by
praying the Rosary, silent prayer, and meditation,
and end with Benediction at 1am on Monday,
December 9th. Please mark your calendars and
plan to attend this important event against the
Culture of Death that we currently face.
Thank you, Deacon Marty..
Christmas Lottery Party
Our Parish will sponsor a Christmas Lottery Party
on Saturday, December 6, at 6:00 pm. The funds
raised from this event help to support our parish
community. If you did not receive a ticket in the
mail, please consider purchasing one. The cost of
the ticket is $50.
Prizes are as follows:
Grand Prize $3000, 1st Prize $1000, 2nd Prize
$500, 3rd Prize $ 400, 4rd Prize $ 300, 5th Prize $
200, 6th Prize $ 100.
The drawing will take place on Saturday, December
6, 2014 at St. Joachim’s Hall at 6:00pm. Your $50
ticket entitles you to bring one guest to our party.
Payments may be placed in the Sunday collection
in an envelope marked “Christmas Lottery.” They
may also be mailed to Marianne Dahl, 20 Rende
Drive, Beacon, NY. Please help support this
fundraiser.
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Yes, I would like to participate in the Christmas
Lottery.
Name _____________________________
Address ___________________________
__________________________________
Phone ___________________________
I wish a new ticket number ______
I would like to keep my same number ____
Do you know someone who is carrying the grief of a past
abortion? There is help and hope available and the pain
and sorrow of a past abortion need not endure for a
lifetime. “Days of Prayer and Healing” offer the
opportunity to experience the love and mercy of God and
to heal the wound of abortion. The next “Day of Prayer
and Healing” is Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014. For location
and confidential registration call the Sisters of Life at
(866)-575-0075
(toll
free)
or
email
hopeandhealing@sistersoflife.org. For additional tristate retreats and information see Lumina Hope &
Healing after abortion www.postabortinhelp.org or email
lumina@postabortionhelp.org and you may also visit the
Family Life/Respect Life Office -- Project Rachel website
at http://nyfamilylife.org/project-rachel/.
St. Joaquin-St. Juan, Beacon, NY
LECTURAS PARA EL DIA DE HOY:
32º domingo de tiempo ordinario.
1 Lectura: Sab 6,12-16: Encuentran la Sabiduría los que la
buscan.
2 Lectura : 1Tes 4,13-18: A los que han muerto, Dios, por
medio de Jesús. Los llevará con él.
Evangelio : Mt 25,1-13: ¡Que llega el esposo, salgan a
recibirlo!
“¡Ya está aquí el novio! ¡Salid a su encuentro!
”
Hoy, se nos invita a reflexionar sobre el fin de la
existencia; se trata de una advertencia del Buen
Dios acerca de nuestro fin último; no juguemos,
pues, con la vida. «El Reino de los Cielos será
semejante a diez vírgenes, que, con su lámpara en la
mano, salieron al encuentro del novio». El final de
cada persona dependerá del camino que se escoja; la
muerte es consecuencia de la vida -prudente o
necia- que se ha llevado en este mundo. Muchachas
necias son las que han escuchado el mensaje de
Jesús, pero no lo han llevado a la práctica.
Muchachas prudentes son las que lo han traducido
en su vida, por eso entran al banquete del Reino.
La parábola es una llamada de atención muy seria.
«Velad, pues, porque no sabéis ni el día ni la hora».
No dejen que nunca se apague la lámpara de la fe,
porque cualquier momento puede ser el último. El
Reino está ya aquí. Enciendan las lámparas con el
aceite de la fe, de la fraternidad y de la caridad
mutua. Nuestros corazones, llenos de luz, nos
permitirán vivir la auténtica alegría aquí y ahora.
Los que viven a nuestro alrededor se verán también
iluminados y conocerán el gozo de la presencia del
Novio esperado. Jesús nos pide que nunca nos falte
ese aceite en nuestras lámparas.
«La Iglesia es también descrita como esposa
inmaculada del Cordero inmaculado, a la que Cristo
amó y se entregó por ella para santificarla, la unió
consigo en pacto indisoluble e incesantemente la
alimenta y la cuida. A ella, libre de toda mancha, la
quiso unida a sí y sumisa por el amor y la
fidelidad».
Noviembre 9-2014
ANUNCIOS
CLASES PARA PREPARACION DE LOS
SACRAMENTOS: Todas las personas que quieran
recibir los sacramentos del Bautismo, la Comunión
o la confirmación, insistimos que se unan a nuestro
programa
“RICA”, clases que comienzan en
Septiembre. Los sacramentos serán recibidos en la
Vigilia Pascual, pero usted debe haber sido parte de
las clases. Póngase en contacto con Érica Cifuentes
o María Eugenia Arango o llame a la oficina de la
parroquia.
Noche Nacional de oración por la vida: Fue en la
fiesta de la Inmaculada Concepción (entonces celebrada
el 9 de diciembre de 1531) que nuestra señora de
Guadalupe, patrona de los niños no nacidos y de las
Américas, apareció por primera vez a San Juan Diego.
La noche Nacional de oración por la vida tiende un
puente sobre estas dos fiestas en honor a nuestra
Santísima madre y para orar por la restauración de un
sentido de santidad por toda la vida humana. Por favor
acompáñenos desde las 9:00 de la noche del lunes 8 de
diciembre hasta la 1 de la mañana del martes 9 de
diciembre en la iglesia de San Juan así como nos
uniremos a otras parroquias en la oración y la meditación
en un esfuerzo nacional para unir nuestras oraciones con
los católicos en todo el país, en un esfuerzo por convertir
corazones hacia Cristo, poniendo así fin al aborto y a
todos los pecados contra la cultura de la vida y para la
curación de los que sufren como consecuencia de los
mismos. Comenzaremos a las 9:00 de la noche con la
exposición del Santísimo Sacramento seguido rezaremos
el Rosario, una oración silenciosa y meditación y al final
con la bendición a 1de la mañana del Martes, 9 de
diciembre. Por favor marque sus calendarios y planean
asistir a este importante evento contra la cultura de la
vida que nos enfrentamos actualmente. Gracias, diácono
Marty.
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