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SAINT
S
TANISLAUS
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C
OMAN
ATHOLIC
HURCH
51 LANSDALE AVENUE, LANSDALE, PA 19446
Telephone: 215.855.3133 • Fax: 215.855.5478
Mater Dei School: 215.368.0995 • Religious Education Office: 215.855.9893
Email: ststan@comcast.net • Web: www.ststanislaus.com
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MASS SCHEDULE
Weekend: Saturday Vigil: 5:15pm; Sunday: 7am, 9am, 11am,
1pm (Spanish)
Daily: Monday through Friday 6:30am & 8am in the Parish Center Chapel;
Saturday 8am in the Church
CATHOLIC MASS IN SIGN LANGUAGE: 4th Sunday of the month in the
Chapel
MASS INTERPRETED IN ASL: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays, 9am Mass
CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD: During 11am Mass each Sunday
MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA: Following Saturday 8am Mass
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: Saturday 8:30am to 9am; 4pm to
4:45pm and other times by appointment.
BAPTISM: The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated Sundays after the 11am
Mass. Parents and godparents are expected to participate in a prebaptismal formation session which is offered on the third Monday evening
of every month, except August and December, at 7pm in the Parish Center.
Please contact the Parish Office for further information.
MARRIAGE: Couples planning to be married should contact the Church at
least 6 months in advance of the planned wedding date. No other arrangements should be made until the couple meets with a parish priest and the
date and time are reserved. Attendance at a Marriage Preparation program
is required in accord with Archdiocesan policy. Further information will be
provided at the time of the meeting with a priest.
PASTOR
Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Tracy
PARISH BUSINESS MANAGER
Mrs. Penny Mitchell
PASTOR EMERITUS
MATER DEI SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Miss Diane E. McCaughan
Rev. Msgr. Joseph W. Murray
PAROCHIAL VICARS
Rev. Philip M. Forlano
Rev. Michael G. Mullan, LC
IN RESIDENCE
Rev. Gregory J. Hamill
DEACONS
Deacon Charles G. Lewis
Deacon C. Stephens Vondercrone
Deacon Raymond C. Wellbank
Deacon Mathieu Tielemans, Retired
COORDINATOR OF
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Mrs. Leona Russell
DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY
Mrs. Peggy Dominick
DIRECTOR OF PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
Sr. Barbara A. McGahan, RSM
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRY
Mr. Bill Wilson
PARISH SERVICE MINISTERS
Sr. Dolora Curley, OSF
Mrs. Frances W. Mordell
WELCOME
We welcome all to join us for worship and invite you to become a part
of our parish family. We encourage
you to full and active participation in
our parish life. New members are
asked to call the Parish Center to
schedule an appointment for registration. Registration is required for admission to our programs of Religious
Education and Sacramental Preparation for Baptism, First Eucharist, Reconciliation, Confirmation and Marriage. Eligibility certificates for Sponsorship for Baptism and Confirmation
are issued to registered parishioners
who are practicing Catholics.
HOURS OF OPERATION
The Saint Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel is open for Perpetual
Eucharistic Adoration 24 hours a day,
7 days a week. The Parish Center is
open Monday through Thursday
from 9am to 9pm, closing from 12pm
to 1pm for lunch and from 5:30pm to
6:30pm for dinner; Friday from 9am
to 5pm, closing from 12pm to 1pm for
lunch; Saturday from 9am to Noon
and Sunday from 8:30am to 1pm.
Priests are available after building
ho ur s f o r emerg en cies . Cal l
215.368.0220.
Sunday, January 11, 2015 ~ The Baptism of the Lord
JANUARY 11, 2015
You are cordially invited to attend a
Mass of Thanksgiving for 50 Years in our Church building
on Sunday, January 18, 2015 at 11 am
Bishop Timothy C. Senior, DD, MBA, MSW presiding
All are welcome!
That afternoon, at 4 pm, the celebration continues with a
Parish Dinner marking 50 years worshipping in the Church
Tickets available at the Parish Center: $25/couple; $15 individual
50-50 tickets on sale at the dinner and the week preceding
BYOB – Includes Dinner, Desserts, Coffee, Soda
St. Stanislaus Gymnasium
4 pm until 7 pm
Dear friends / Mis amigos queridos,
Next weekend will be full here at St. Stanislaus, as we gather to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the
building/dedication of our Church. Two major events are planned: the Mass of Thanksgiving at the regular 11
am Mass, and a parish dinner to be held later in the afternoon at the School gym.
In December, 1964 then-Archbishop John J. Krol presided over the dedication of the new St. Stanislaus
Church building. Representatives from the community presented to the bishop signs of the hard construction
work which they had just completed, as well as the hard work the community of faith would now continue by
celebrating fully, consciously and actively the liturgy of the universal Church. Commemorative Dedication
Books and juice glasses with the imprint of the new Church were distributed to parishioners who attended the
opening festivities.
No book or knickknack fosters a widespread sense of ownership or stewardship in the parish, but they
certainly help. They give each household a sense of belonging, be they Christmas ornaments, wooden cutouts,
architectural drawings or stylized photographs. How important it is for more parishioners to appreciate, respect
and even want to pay for the upkeep of their churches! Do you know the story behind the stained glass windows
at St. Stanislaus? Where did that fifteen foot cross in the sanctuary come from? Cathedrals and other important
church buildings have docents who offer tours of the facility. Maybe someday, we will have “parish docents” to
give tours for the catechists and teachers, new families who have moved into the parish, and the local children of
Mater Dei and PREP.
A Dutch composer gets it right in his song concerning the significance of a building in Catholic worship.
We sing:
What is this place, where we are meeting?
Only a house, the earth its floor,
Walls and a roof, sheltering people,
Windows for light, an open door;
Yet it becomes a body that lives
When we are gathered here
And know our God is near.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY EVERYONE, ESPECIALLY TO THOSE ST. STANISLAUS PARISHIONERS HERE SINCE THE
OPENING OF THE PRESENT CHURCH 50 YEARS AGO!
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Pastor’s Message continued on Page 9
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD
TODAY
CHRISTMAS DECORATION TAKE-DOWN
We will be taking the decorations down
today, Sunday, January 11, at 3 pm.
Please share some time to help - the more
the merrier! We especially need men and young men
to take down the trees and wreaths and put the Nativity Scene away. Poinsettias will be available for
you to take home at 3 pm. Please stop back then to
help us clear the sanctuary of plants.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Today:
Monday:
Tuesday
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Is 42:1-7; Acts 10:34-38; Mk 1:7-11
Heb 1:1-6; Mk 1:14-20
Heb 2:5-12; Mk 1:21-28
Heb 2:14-18; Mk 1:29-39
Heb 3:7-14; Mk 1:40-45
Heb 4:1-5, 11; Mk 2:1-12
Heb 4:12-16; Mk 2:13-17
1 Sm 3:3-10, 19; 1 Cor 6:13-20;
Jn 1:35-42
THIS WEEK
ROSARY SERVICE
The next Altar & Rosary Society Rosary service takes place on Monday, January 12 at 2
pm at Elm Terrace. All are welcome.
G.I.F.T. (GROWING IN FAITH TOGETHER)
World Meeting of Families Preparatory Presentation
Please join us January 13 at 7:30 pm at the Parish
lobby meeting room for a special GIFT presentation.
Bishop McIntyre has graciously agreed to come and
help us prepare for the great grace of the 8th World
Meeting of Families to take place here in Philadelphia from September 22nd to the closing Mass on September 27th on the Parkway! He will explain the
event programming, content, and activities surrounding this monumental event. You will receive
the most up-to-date information as each of us plan
for this coming event. Light refreshments will follow.
SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
Sunday, January 11
Children’s Liturgy of the Word during 11 am Mass
10 am
PREP @ school
11 am
Secular Franciscans @ Cahill room
12 pm
CYO @ gym
Monday, January 12
5:30 pm
CYO @ gym
7 pm
Hispanic Music Ministry @
St. Stanislaus room
7:30 pm
Altar & Rosary @ lobby meeting room
Tuesday, January 13
1 pm
Senior Club @ lobby meeting room
5 pm
CYO @ gym
7 pm
Divine Mercy Cenacle @ Schade
7 pm
Spanish Prayer Group @ Chapel, Cahill
McDonough
7:30 pm
G.I.F.T. @ lobby meeting room
Wednesday, January 14
9:45 am
Play Group @ lobby meeting room
6:45 pm
PREP @ school and gym
7:30 pm
RCIA @ lobby meeting room
Thursday, January 15
1:45 pm
Legion of Mary @ Cahill
6:50 pm
Bingo @ gym
7 pm
Consoling Heart of Jesus @ Cahill
7 pm
New Beginnings @ lobby meeting rm
Friday, January 16
7:30 pm
School Dance @ gym
Saturday, January 17
8 am
PREP @ lobby meeting room @ Cahill
8:30 am
Confessions until 9 am
9 am
CYO @ gym
4 pm
Confessions until 4:45 pm
NEXT WEEKEND
We welcome the Most Reverend Timothy Senior
who will celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving at the 11
am Mass as part of our commemoration of the 50th
Anniversary of the dedication of the present Church
building. Our community dinner takes place at 4 pm
on January 18 as well. Last chance to buy tickets to
the dinner! Please see Page 4 for details.
September 21– 27, 2015
Save your vacation time to participate in this historic event right here
in Philadelphia! Host a family! Attend our informational GIFT presentation this week!
Find out much more at: WorldMeeting2015.org
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JANUARY 11, 2015
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Monday
6:30 am
8 am
Tuesday
6:30 am
8 am
Wednesday
6:30 am
8 am
Thursday
6:30 am
8 am
Friday
6:30 am
8 am
Saturday
8 am
Deceased Members of the Vencius Family
Requested by John Vencius
Richard D. Wilson (12th Anniversary)
Requested by the Family
St. Hilary, Bishop & Doctor of the Church
The Strayer & Malack Families
Requested by Linda Strayer
Michael J. Scotto
Requested by the Scotto Family
Thomas “T.J.” Lavin
Requested by Anna Kuczynski & Family
Father’s Day Remembrance
Rita Gabel
Requested by Tom & Mary Ann Carney
Florence Migliaccio
Requested by husband, Neil & Family
Catherine A. Buffett (1st Anniversary)
Requested by daughters, Connie & Mary
Thomas Koneski
Requested by Charles & Susan Koneski
St. Anthony, Abbot
Raymond Hoffman
Requested by Jay & Karen Long
Sunday, January 18, Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
7 am
Patricia M. Cusat
Requested by Ann Loeffler
9 am
Peter Aton (8th Anniversary)
Requested by Judy Souders
11 am
Michael McKinney
Requested by the Sickel Family
Miraculous Medal Novena Prayers follow the 8 am Mass
on Saturdays.
The Rosary is recited after the 8 am daily Mass. All are
most welcome!
PRAYER MEETING
For God is leading (us) in joy by the
light of his glory, with his mercy and
justice for company. - Baruch 5:9
(NAB).
You are invited to attend a monthly prayer meeting:
the first one of the year is in the Parish Center Chapel, at 7 pm, on January 27, and each succeeding 4th
Tuesday night.
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Please pray for the sick who carry the
cross of illness especially: Daniel Abaldo, Sister Ann Teresa, RA, Joe Burns,
Maria Catarino, Helen Daly, Bernadette Donnelly, Hugh Donnelly, Chris
Falkenstein, Ava Sophia Gerstemeier,
Patricia Hendricks, Charlotte Larkin, Jay Murphy,
Edward Nemchik, Phyllis Owoc, Ralph Pester, Frank
Rieg, Lucille Salerno, David Stewart, Ken Tucker,
Thomas Van Bell, Karen Yannacone, Frank Yevak,
Bill Yourl.
If you wish to place a particular family member or
friend on the Bulletin list for a period of three weeks,
please call Maureen Fillenwarth or Fran Mordell at
the Parish Center, 215.855.3133. If you wish to
place a name on our Prayer Line, call Chris &
Bethann DeCree at 215.256.0260, or Fran Mordell.
WE REMEMBER OUR DECEASED:
Our parish family expresses prayerful condolences to the loved ones of:
Ruth Angelichio, Brian T. Bradbury, Nick Carafa, Margaret
Cianchetta, Mary Kennedy, Rosemary Lukens, Carmella “Minnie” Russo, Ruth D. Snyder.
St. Stanislaus Parish Community Dinner
in Celebration of the 50th Anniversary
of the Dedication of the Present Church Building
Please join us in celebrating 50 great years!
Tickets are on sale through January 12 only at the
Parish Center for our Italian style dinner to be held
beginning at 4 pm on January 18, 2015 in the
school cafeteria.
Tickets will not be sold at the door !
Tickets are $15 per person/$25 per couple and
$10 for children ages 4 to12.
BYOB (coffee, tea, soda and water provided)
50/50 drawing that evening.
Can’t attend but want to participate in the 50/50
raffle? Stop by the Parish Center after Mass TODAY, January 11 from 8 am to noon or during the
week to purchase tickets. Need not be present to win.
Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.
Questions? Please call Fran Mordell or Maureen Fillenwarth at the Parish Center, 215.855.3133.
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THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
St. Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel
"May the eyes of your hearts be enlightened, that
you may know what is the hope that belongs to his
call." - Ephesians 1:18
Come spend an hour with our Lord
Hours of Need
Tuesday: 7 am, 4 pm
Thursday: 10 am, 5 pm
We are always in need of committed adorers and
substitutes. For more information contact Sue Gillen
at 215.362.8643 or scgwindows@gmail.com.
GROW YOUR FAITH AT ST. STANISLAUS
“Jesus wants evangelizers who proclaim the good
news not only with words, but above all by a life
transfigured by God’s presence.” - Pope Francis

Scripture Study: Psalms: The School of Prayer,
beginning January 19, 2015 for 11 weeks. Morning and evening sessions available. Cost of workbook: $20. Join Jeff Cavins, Sarah Christmyer,
and Dr. Tim Gray as they show you how to establish a deeply personal dialogue with God
through the Psalms.

World Meeting of Families – 2015: Presenting &
Discussing Love is Our Mission–The Preparatory
Catechesis. Each month we will explore a chapter
of the catechesis on family life, as presented by
the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Pontifical Council on the Family. The program takes
place once a month until September, 2015. The
next session is January 27, 2015. There is no cost
for participants.
More information and registration forms are available in Church vestibules, and on the web at
www.ststanislaus.com, News tab, Grow Your Faith
at St. Stanislaus article.
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Thank you so much for your generosity to our Parish Food Cupboard during the January Food
Collection last weekend. At our last
food cupboard distribution you
enabled us to give out 74 bags of groceries. We appreciate all you give, and so do our needy brothers
and sisters here in Lansdale. And need is still on the
rise as you probably know from news reports. So
thank you for all you do. And a special thank you for
those who helped get all the donations down to the
Food Cupboard! May God abundantly bless you and
your families.
With gratitude, Sister Barbara
Do You Have Questions About the Catholic Faith?
Saint Stanislaus Parish offers year round opportunities for people seeking more information about the
Catholic Faith, the Sacraments and living the Christian Life. These opportunities are for adults who
would like to inquire about following Jesus and becoming a member of the Catholic Church, or, if you
are already a baptized Christian, would like to become Catholic, or if you are already a baptized
Catholic and would like to receive Confirmation and
Holy Communion. There are many people like
yourself inquiring and we are ready to answer your
questions. Please contact the Parish Center for more
information.
We recently received the following letter from David F. Maier, Treasurer of
Guiding Star Ministries, in response to
a donation of $1,650 from our Respect
Life Committee:
Guiding Star Ministries wishes to thank all of you
who donated so generously to the Baby Bottle Collection at your parish for the benefit of Guiding Star
Ministries. Guiding Star is a home for women in crisis pregnancies and their babies and we depend entirely on the generosity of good people like you to
continue our ministry to women and their children.
They are most grateful for your concern for them
and their children. Please pray for our mothers and
their babies as they strive to make a better life for
themselves. May the Christ Child bless you and your
loved ones abundantly.
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JANUARY 11, 2015
Mater Dei Matters
“It’s What’s Inside That Matters”
For information on Mater Dei Catholic School call
215.368.0995, email info@materdeicatholic.com or visit
www.materdeicatholic.com.
Trivia Night ~ January 24, Doors open at 7 pm
All adults 21 and over Welcome!
Gather your friends and neighbors and put together a winning table. Or come alone or as a couple
and we’ll pair you with others so you can meet some new people as well as have a fun night out.
Eight rounds of trivia-across topics of all kinds. We’ve got the questions-do you know the answers?
Plus did we mention, beer and snacks are included for just $20 per person!
Prizes for 1st and 2nd place, plus an award for the table with the most spirit!
For details and to order tickets, check out the Mater Dei website at materdeicatholic.com.
Frozen Breakfast ~ January 25
Mater Dei Catholic School is hosting a “Frozen” Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, January 25, 2015 at
St. Maria Goretti Parish’s Drexel Hall after their 9:30 am Mass. Come and enjoy pancakes and sausage with Anna and Elsa. Cost is $5 per person or $20 per household. Children are invited to wear
their “Frozen” apparel while creating an Olaf pancake and enjoying entertainment by Mater Dei students.
Please contact Mater Dei Catholic School’s Advancement Office to secure your reservation at 215.368.9787 or
gsamanns@materdeicatholic.com. Flyers will be available at the Masses next weekend.
Save the Date...Tuesday, February 17 Information and Registration Day for all children at Mater Dei
Catholic in Lansdale. There will be both a morning and evening session available. Details to follow.
 Please contact the Mater Dei Advancement Office at 215.368.9787 to schedule a visit for your family or a
shadow day for your child and to talk about the admissions process for the 2015-2016 school year.
 The Mater Dei Advancement Office is beginning to build an alumni database of its legacy schools. Help us
to honor the past, celebrate the present and build the future by letting us know if you are a graduate of
Saint Maria Goretti, Saint Rose or Saint Stanislaus. Please email Grace Samanns in the Advancement Office at gsamanns@materdeicatholic.com and provide your name, legacy school, graduation year, occupation, current address, phone and email.

Are you a Mandated Reporter?
As part of our Catholic commitment to safe environments, the Archdiocese recently updated its policies and
training curriculum for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect. These new policies reflect the Church's
commitment to do no harm always. The new Pennsylvania laws went into effect on December 31, 2014. If
you have direct contact with children, you may be a mandated reporter. The parish business manager, Mrs.
Penny Mitchell, is our Safe Environment Coordinator and will be working, along with others, within the parish in the coming weeks to educate mandated reporters about their responsibilities (particularly, how to report
child abuse properly). Such reports must be submitted to Child-Line, PA's 24-hour child abuse reporting hotline. In the meantime, Mrs. Mitchell is available by phone at the parish center office 215.855.3133 to answer
questions. Information concerning the new law is also available at http://www.childyouthprotection.org/
index.php/mandated-reporter.
As we continue to do all we can to keep our children safe, know that the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s Office for Child and Youth Protection provides services, resources and support toward healing for victims and
survivors of child sexual abuse and their families. Victim Services’ employees are specialists with the Office for
Child and Youth Protection. Their phone numbers are 215.587.3880 or 888.800.8780.
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THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD
Coordinator of Religious Education (PREP): Mrs. Leona Russell
Office Phone Number: 215.855.9893; Email: ststansprep@yahoo.com
Attention Grade 6 to 8 Students!
YOUTH RALLY @ Archbishop Wood
February 28 – Saints Alive – Anointed: Living in Virtue Everyday ~ Noon to 5pm
Music, Motivational Speakers, Prayer
Catholic Songwriters, Teen Testimonies, Lights!
Go to www.arrayofhope.net for more info on the musicians and speakers

This is a FREE event! Registration is required – contact Mrs. Russell or Mrs. Dominic ASAP!
CONGRATULATIONS to the following catechists who received awards at the Cathedral in Philadelphia this
weekend for reaching milestones in their ministry:
*Nancy Bergey – St. Martin dePorres award for 20 years of service
*Karen Emerle – Our Lady of Guadalupe award for 15 years of service
*Linda Hendricks – St. John Neumann award for 5 years of service
*Lisa Lagreca – St. John Neumann award for 5 years of service
We are grateful for their ongoing dedication and commitment to share the Word of God with the children. If
you know any of these catechists, please take a moment to congratulate and thank them the next time you see
them!
Looking ahead…
February 1 – Blessing of the First Communion candidates at the 9 am Mass
March 8 – Confirmation Retreat – 9 am to 2 pm (candidates only)
March 10 – First Communion Parent Reflection at 7 pm in the Parish Center Chapel
March 28 – First Communion Retreat Day for the children – 9 am to Noon
Please mark your calendar!
Youth Minister: Mrs. Peggy Dominick; Phone: 215.855.3133;
Email: ststanspd@comcast.net; Web: www.ststanislaus.com, Youth Ministry tab
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK: SEARCH ST STANS YOUTH MINISTRY
YOUTH NEWS
 Manna on Main Street: All 6th to 8th graders are invited to help serve the evening meal from 3:30 pm to 6
pm at Manna, located at 713 Main Street in Lansdale, on Wednesday, January 21, Thursday, February 5,
Monday, February 16.
 Help make Ready Meals on MLK Day of Service, January 19 from 10 am to noon in the school cafeteria.
Meals will be distributed to our homebound parishioners. Contact Mrs. Dominick for food donations needed for meal preparation.
 Archdiocesan Junior High Youth Rally: February 28, Saints Alive at Archbishop Wood from noon to 5
pm. Free!
 High School Youth Conference Retreat: Steubenville Retreat NYC, at St. John University in Queens, August 7 to 9, 2015. We will be traveling with youth from Epiphany of our Lord, Mary, Mother of the Redeemer and Saint Rose parishes. Please contact Mrs. Dominick ASAP if interested. More information is
available at www.franciscan.edu.
SOUPER BOWL SUNDAY, JANUARY 31/FEBRUARY 1
Parish youth are invited to donate the following items for the St. Stanislaus Food cupboard (this is a regular
scheduled food collection Sunday): healthy and low sodium soups, canned fruit and plain rice. Please leave donations in the Church vestibules. We thank you for your donations to help our food cupboard keep operating
and helping the needy in our area.
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
JANUARY 11, 2015
Weekly Parish collection:
Dec. 21, 2014: $19,876*
Dec. 22, 2013: $19,665
Dec. 28, 2014: $17,530**
Dec. 29, 2013:$19,068
Jan. 4, 2015: $16,290***
Jan. 5, 2014: $16,102
TREASURE INFORMATION
Parish Debt Reduction collection:
Major Bills Paid Since 12/22/14
Dec. 21, 2014: $2,162
Payroll & related: $28,678
Dec. 22, 2013: $2,783
Leaf & lawn service: $7,362
Utilities: $6,665
Dec. 28, 2014: $2,762
Maintenance: $2,413
Dec. 29, 2013: $2,830
Printing & Envelopes: 1, 207
Paid from deferred maintenance (green
Jan. 4, 2015: $2,184
envelope) fund: Statue & Sign: $5,500;
Jan. 5, 2014: $1,819
Security System: $1,890
*Contributed in 575 envelopes and 18 loose checks.
**Contributed in 513 envelopes and 21 loose checks.
***Contributed in 546 envelopes and 19 loose checks.
70 parish families participated in online giving (EFT) during December, 2014
2015 MARCH FOR LIFE
The March for Life will be on Thursday, January
22, 2015. The cost is $35 for adults and $25 for
school children. The bus will depart from the
Church parking lot at 5:30 am. Our group will be
attending the 10 am Philadelphia Archdiocese Mass
at the Shrine. Following Mass will be lunch on your
own and the March. For those who would like to attend but not participate in the walk, a retreat will be
lead by Sr. Barbara at the Shrine. Dinner will be
provided on the return trip and we hope to arrive
back at Church by 9:30 pm. Please consider making
the time, as a family if possible, to attend this very
powerful and uplifting event.
Contact Fran Mordell at the Parish Center,
215.855.3133 to make your reservation. Checks payable to the St. Stanislaus Respect Life Group. Also,
for those who are unable to attend but who would
like to cover the cost for someone else, donations are
welcome.
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
Metanoia is an active community of Catholic young
adults in Western Montgomery County. The group
supports Catholics in their 20s and 30s who are looking to deepen their faith and meet fellow Catholics in
the area. Check out our website, http://
metanoiayoungadults.weebly.com and email us at
metanoiayoungadults@gmail.com. Upcoming
events: January 13 - First Bible study of the year at
Corpus Christi, 7:30 pm; January 20 - Theology on
Tap at Appalachian Brewing Company, 7:30 pm;
January 27 Holy Hour at Mary Mother of the Redeemer Church at 7:30 pm.
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PIUS IX COUNCIL NEWS
Free Throw Competition
On Sunday January 18 from 1 to 5 pm,
the Knights will host their annual Free Throw Competition at Drexel Hall gymnasium at St. Maria
Goretti, 1601 Derstine Road in Hatfield. All boys
and girls ages 9 to 14 are invited to participate at this
local level of competition. Free! Call 215.368.3044 or
visit www.koc4396.org for more information.
Crab Cake Sale
The Knights will be having a Crab Cake sale with all
profits going to promote Pro Life activities. They are
selling Smith Island Crab Cakes, Maryland Crab
Soup and Crab Critters – all prize winning offerings
from Capt’n Chucky’s and made fresh for pick up on
February 7th between 1 and 4:30 pm at the Knights
of Columbus hall. Orders must be received by January 31st. An order form can be downloaded at the
EVENTS section at www.koc4396.org, or you can
call Al Perry at 215.822.0683 or Chuck McNevin at
215.258.1298 for more information.
Monthly Breakfast
On Sunday January 25th from 8 am to 12 noon, the
Knights will be hosting their monthly Breakfast with
the Knights. It is All-You-Can-Eat buffet including
made to order omelets as well as a selection of hot
and cold entrees. $9 for adults, $8 for Seniors, $6 for
children ages 5 to 12. Active duty Fire, Police, Military and children under 5 eat free! The Knights of
Columbus hall is located at 258 West 8th Street in
Lansdale, on the corner of 8th Street and Kenilworth
Ave. Call 215.368.3044 or visit www.koc4396.org for
more information.
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LANSDALE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
Electronics Waste Recycling Event on January 17
LC will hold an electronics waste recycling event on Saturday, January 17 at the school from 9 am to 1 pm. Vehicle unloading assistance will be provided. Bring obsolete and unwanted electronics: computer equipment, LED and
LCD flat screen TVs and monitors, cell phones, small appliances, cameras, air conditioners, calculators, typewriters, fax machines, keyboards, computer peripherals, microwaves. A $20 fee will apply to accept CRT (tube) TVs
and computer monitors. A $50 fee will apply to accept console TVs. On site hard drive shredding will be available
at a cost of $10 per hard drive previously removed from computers. All proceeds will benefit LC. All data collected
will be destroyed. Items collected will be responsibly recycled by Commonwealth Computer Recycling, a State
compliant, R2 certified universal waste and recycling facility. To learn more about Commonwealth Computer Recycling, visit www.ccrcyber.com or phone 866.925.2354 for more information.
Robotics Team Super Bowl Hoagie Sale
The Lansdale Catholic Robotics Team will hold their annual Super Bowl Hoagie Sale on February
1. You may purchase turkey and Italian hoagies for your Super Bowl party outside Church after the
9 am, 11 am and 1 pm Masses. If you wish to preorder, visit www.frc272.com and follow the instructions or call
Anne Larkin at 215.368.4453. You can also stop by the school cafeteria, where team members will be happy to prepare your order between the hours of 9 am and Noon. The cost for one hoagie is only $6. The proceeds will help to
support the LC Robotics Team as they head into their competition season.
Pastor’s Message continued from Page 2
What is it that incorporates us into the Church, but the sacrament of baptism? Baptism is what we celebrate this Sunday as we mark the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. This is the last feast that is part of the liturgical celebration of the Incarnation of the Lord. Following Masses yesterday on the Saturday after Epiphany, we
said “goodbye” to Christmas and the Christmas season. We return to the green vestments of the winter section
of Ordinary Time, which lasts for five weeks this year until the arrival of Ash Wednesday.
How fitting it is to end the Christmas season with the feast that makes the whole season actual in our
life. The life of Christ is made accessible to us through baptism, the most graced moment in our life when we
receive the key and central sacrament, the door to the future and our transition from death to life. Baptism is
much more than a cultural reality that “must” be done in one’s life regardless of what the future holds. Unfortunately, for many, a baptism is simply a given.
Today’s readings continue to focus on the idea of Christ’s manifestation. A voice from heaven proclaims
“this is my beloved Son” for all to hear. The gospel reading contains one of the more dramatic scriptural references to the Trinity: the Father’s voice coming from heaven; the Son, Jesus, coming out of the water; and the
Holy Spirit, the dove, coming down on Jesus after He emerges from the Jordan. Here God is revealed as a trinity of persons, each with a function to Himself.
Whenever we bring new Christians to the waters of baptism, there seems to be a joyful spirit. That joy is
evident in the faces of the baptismal candidates; we all rejoice with them. Baptism preaches a homily by itself,
which causes us to reflect and stop. Baptism is where all of faith comes together.
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Please consider coming out to this Tuesday’s GIFT (Growing in Faith Together) presentation on the
Planning and Progress of the World Meeting of Families (WMOF) in Philadelphia. Joining us to give insights
on what makes a WMOF unique, what it hopes to accomplish, Philadelphia’s and the Archdiocese’ preparations for the event, and what you and I can do to prepare for its arrival (along with the arrival of His Holiness
Pope Francis) will be Auxiliary Bishop John McIntyre, one of the chief “point persons” for the event for the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Bishop McIntyre’s presentation begins at 7:30 pm in the Parish Center Lobby
Meeting Room. Everyone is welcome!
HAVE A GOOD WEEK EVERYONE!
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
JANUARY 11, 2015
EL BAUTISMO DEL SEÑOR - 11 DE ENERO DE 2015
Inmediatamente después de que Jesús se bautizó, se abrieron los cielos y el Espíritu Santo se posó sobre él en forma de
paloma, y resonó la voz del Padre que decía: “Éste es mi Hijo amado, en quien he puesto todo mi amor”. (Mateo 3, 16-17)
Intención de la misa: (Para ofrecer una misa por una intención anunciada, hable con Padre Forlano)
Isaías 55, 1-11
2) 1 Juan 5, 1-9
Lecturas del Domingo
Sacarán agua con alegría de las vertientes de la salvación.
Salmo: Isaías 12, 2-3. 4bcd. 5-6
3) Marcos 1, 7-11
La festividad del Bautismo del Señor, fiesta que se celebra el domingo
siguiente a la Epifanía y con la que se cierra el Tiempo de Navidad,
comenzando el Tiempo Ordinario, en que meditamos a Cristo, Salvador del mundo. El bautismo en el Jordán fue para Jesús dejar la vida
silenciosa de Nazaret y el comienzo de su misión mesiánica. Isaías
habla del elegido que promoverá el derecho y la justicia, curará y librará. Cristo estuvo preparándose para su misión durante 30 años,
una misión que consistió en hacer cercano al hombre el Reino de
Dios. La fiesta del Bautismo del Señor nos lleva al inicio de las cosas, a
la génesis misma del mundo. Así como en el principio el Espíritu se
cernía sobre la superficie de las aguas, en la escena que hoy contemplamos, el que va a ser Redentor de la humanidad brota de las aguas
esenciales y es señalado por el Espíritu eterno como Salvador. Jesús
está a punto de iniciar su misión y busca a Juan Bautista, que predicaba junto al Jordán. El evangelio asegura que Juan se veía como un
siervo del Mesías, anunciador de su llegada. Él decía no ser digno de
desatarle las sandalias.
Jesús, pues, se acerca a Juan. Quiere ser bautizado. Es claro que no
viene por un bautismo de regeneración, sino que quiere inaugurar su
tarea. Jesús nació de las entrañas de María. Ahora, al salir del agua,
oye al Padre Dios decirle: “Tú eres mi Hijo muy querido”. Igual que
su Madre le presentó a los pastores y a los magos del Oriente para que
le adoraran, el Padre quiere empezar a presentarle ante el mundo,
señalándolo como su “predilecto”. Por fin, igual que la estrella le distinguió entre la multitud, Jesús ve cómo el Espíritu Santo le reconoce
entre la muchedumbre y, así como la paloma va derecho al lugar de su
origen, viene a él para habitar en él. El Espíritu sabe que Jesús es su
hogar perpetuo. El Bautismo del Señor, además, inaugura el anuncio
del Reino del Padre y constata que Jesús inicia la nueva creación. El
Señor aparece ante nuestros ojos, finalmente, como nuevo Moisés que,
rescatado de las aguas, inició el proceso que culminaría con la ruptura
de las cadenas de esclavitud que ataban de pies y manos a sus hermanos.
Finalmente, nosotros confesamos que Dios nos hizo sus hijos en la
fuente bautismal. Esta es nuestra fe: Cristo, que asumió nuestra carne
y sangre, santifica las aguas comunicándoles fuerza redentora que se
nos transmite en el bautismo. La acción salvífica de Dios actúa en su
Hijo predilecto, Jesús, que sintetiza todo: el Espíritu, el agua y la sangre. Jesús como Dios que es, habiendo iniciado las cosas en las aguas
primordiales, las restaura en las aguas bautismales.
Fuente: www.oblatos.com.
Por favor, rueguen por los enfermos. Emma Pedroza, Nick Dion, Carlos Erazo, Gregorio Montano, Minerva Montaño Abonza, Padre Orlando Carmona, Aurora Millan, Carlos Benavides, Max Ho Morales,
Benjamin Hernandez, Saulo Guarin, Victor Alarcou, Analiz Florez,
Roman Rivera, Magdalena Mendoza, Concepción Sampeño, Yeinaldo Benitez, Elsa Roig, Esteban Tellez, Guadalupe Salinas, Imelda
Peña, Josefina D’Hoy, Eliseo Berrio, Edwin Anglero, Manuel
Hernandez, Marylin Alvarez, Filigonio Gomez, Viviana Aviles, Adela
Alvarez Aguilar, José Santiago, Lidia Escobosa. Escriba los nombres
en la hoja de peticiones antes de la misa, y aquí se incluirán en el boletín la semana que viene.
ACTIVIDADES Y FORMACIÓN EN LA FE
Grupo de Oración se reúne todos los Martes a las 7:00 PM en la capilla en el centro parroquial. Para más información, favor de contactar a
Carlos Zuluaga, (954) 309-1771.
“La Virgen Peregrina.” Un retablo de la Virgen de
Guadalupe va a viajar por los hogares de la comunidad y cada familia tendrá la Virgen por una semana
y tendrá la oportunidad a rezar el rosario en familia
e invitar a más familias - sus vecinos - a unirse en la
oración. Es un medio que ayuda a tener un encuentro con María,
quien como buena Madre, sale a nuestro paso y llega a visitarnos a
nuestra casa. Es una oportunidad maravillosa para acercarnos a ella en
familia, agradecerle, ponernos en sus manos, ofrecerle nuestras penas y
alegrías y pedirle que nos proteja. Para alguna pregunta o para registrar su familia por una semana, llamar a Carlos Z. (954) 309-1771.
LOS SACRAMENTOS
Bautismos – Clases bautismales serán el primer Domingo de cada mes
después de la misa. Inscríbase por anticipado con el Padre Forlano.
La próxima clase bautismal es el 1 de febrero. Todos los que necesitan
bautizar a un niño o una niña o quieren ser padrino o madrina deben
asistir. Normalmente, se celebran los bautismos durante la misa del
segundo y cuarto Domingo del mes. Para ser padrino/madrina o recibir una carta de elegibilidad, una persona tiene que ser: 1) Un Católico
practicante con un mínimo de 16 años de edad y haya recibido todos
los sacramentos de iniciación - bautismo, confirmación, y comunión. 2)
Registrado en la parroquia o bien conocido en la comunidad de la
Iglesia. 3) Casado por la iglesia católica o soltero sin vivir en unión
libre. 4) Hay que asistir a la Misa. 5) Deben tener sus propios hijos
confirmados si tienen la edad.
El Sacramento de Reconciliación se ofrece los sábados a las 8:30 a.m. y
4:00 p.m. y los domingos 12:30 - 12:50 p.m. o por cita con Padre Forlano o Padre Miguel.
El Matrimonio – Hable con Padre Forlano más que 6 meses antes de
la fecha anticipada. Un clase de preparación - “Pre-Cana” es un requisito antes de casarse. El Instituto Católico Móvil también ofrece el
taller “Pre-Caná” varias veces durante el año en la Parroquia de San
Martin de Tours, Roosevelt Blvd. & Cheltenham Ave., Filadelfia. Para
inscribirse o informarse (215) 667-2820/2824 o
bherrera@archphila.org o hispcath@archphila.org
¿Cómo le devolveré al Señor todo el bien que me ha hecho?
(Salmo 116:12)
12/24/14 - Colecta: $564.03
Asistentes:140
12/28/14 - Colecta: $411.67
Asistentes: 120
12/31/14 - Colecta: $227.50 (Santa María, Madre de Dios)
1/4/15 - Colecta: $370.00
Asistentes: 150
¡Gracias por su generosidad! ¿Es mi ofrenda una señal de agradecimiento a Dios y una participación en su caridad?
Para un consejo o una cita, hable con Padre Forlano o Padre Miguel después de la misa o puede contactarlos a 215-855-3133 ext.
111 (P. Forlano) o ext. 101 (P. Miguel) al Centro Parroquial de San Estanislao. También, se puede comunicar con Padre Forlano por
correo electrónico: ststanspmf@comcast.net o con Padre Miguel: ststansmgm@comcast.net
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