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SAINT
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TANISLAUS
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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 25, 2015 ~ The Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
JANUARY 25, 2015
Daily Reflection for January 25, 2015
By Mary Lee Brock, Creighton University Werner Institute
During the first part of January there is a lot of energy around New Year’s Resolutions. People ask if you
make resolutions. News outlets feature stories on how to make effective resolutions. People see this as a chance
to attend to long neglected goals around health, finances, relationships. The fitness clubs are always their busiest right after the first of the calendar year. Organizing bins and brand new calendars fly off the store shelves.
Yet as the weeks of January progress our resolutions are often left by the wayside. One poll indicates that so
many people abandon their New Year’s resolutions after 3 ½ weeks that this [past] Friday, January 23, could
be referred to as Fail Friday.
Today’s readings are about repenting and changed identities and new beginnings. In the first reading when
the people of Nineveh hear Jonah announce their city will be destroyed they drastically change their behavior.
The Psalms cry out for the Lord to teach us His ways. There is an urgency in the second reading from Corinthians which speaks about time running out. And in today’s Gospel from Mark, Jesus proclaims the gospel to
the people of Galilee: “This is the time of fulfillment. The kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in
the gospel.”
When I was younger I remember being afraid of the word repent. It was associated with dire consequences.
I was sure there was a trick question involved and I worried that I would not know that I was not in God’s favor. What if I had been a citizen of Nineveh and had my ear phones in so I missed Jonah’s urging to change
my ways?
Now as I look at the definition of repent: to turn from sin and dedicate oneself to the amendment of one’s
life, I have a different view. I trust in God’s love for me and I believe God wants me to make the right choices.
God is always speaking and I simply need to listen and trust in His ways. I also feel God’s compassion when I
fall short in my efforts.
It is no wonder New Year’s resolutions are abandoned as they are rarely grounded in serving the kingdom
of God. It is so easy to get wrapped up in the values of society and worry about appearance or financial
wealth. When I reflect upon some of my sinful moments I can see how my choices are fueled by fervent rationalizations and misguided distractions. When thinking about a most popular resolution to exercise more: celebrating a healthy body by exercising more is not inherently a bad thing, but what a difference it would make if
our focus on physical exercise would be to grow stronger and to have more energy to better serve others.
So as I luxuriate in these days of ordinary time I ask myself these questions in prayer: What habits do I
have that call for me to repent and turn toward God? When I am motivated by ego or selfishness how can I
become a more generous and loving person? How can I be more open to God’s loving guidance to help me
use my gifts and talents in service to my community?
TODAY MARKS THE START OF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK
National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. It begins on the last Sunday in January. The theme
for the National Catholic Schools Week 2015 is “Catholic Schools: Communi-
ties of Faith, Knowledge and Service.”
The Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia are part of a centuries-long tradition of academic excellence. Each year at this time, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia focuses on the many gifts a Catholic education has to offer
our children. Particularly during times of change and challenge, Philadelphia
Archdiocesan Catholic schools provide long-term benefits to our youth, namely a high-quality, faith-based education that will continue to pay dividends for
years to come.
Please see Page 6 for the Catholic Schools Week events planned at Mater Dei Catholic School.
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
TODAY
Girl Scout Cookie Sale
Knights of Columbus Breakfast - see Page 8
Collection: Catholic Relief Services. There will not
be a separate collection. Please place your donation
in the regular Sunday Offering basket in a designated
envelope. Thank your for your generosity.
Sanctuary Flowers
Flowers on the Blessed Mother and Saint
Joseph altars this weekend are in loving
memory of Bobby Weigle on this 11th
Anniversary with love from his Mom,
Dad and brother, Carl.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Today:
Monday:
Tuesday
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Jon 3:1-5, 10; 1 Cor 7:29-31;
Mk 1:14-20
2 Tm 1:1-8; Mk 3:22-30
Heb 10:1-10; Mk 3:31-35
Heb 10:11-18; Mk 4:1-20
Heb 10:19-25; Mk 4:21-25
Heb 10:32-39; Mk 4:26-34
Heb 11:1-2, 8-19; Mk 4:35-41
Dt 18:15-20; 1 Cor 7:32-35; Mk 1:21-28
THIS WEEK
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.
World Meeting of Families – 2015:
Presenting & Discussing Love is Our Mission
Each month through September 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 next session is January 27,
at 9 am or 7 pm. All are welcome. There is no cost.
NEXT WEEKEND
Blessing of Throats at all Masses
Blessing of First Communion Candidates
at the 9 am Mass
Girl Scout Cookie Sale
LC Robotics Hoagie Sale
SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
Sunday, January 25
Children’s Liturgy of the Word during 11 am Mass
11:45 am
DeSales Society @ Chapel & lobby
Monday, January 26
9 am
Bible Studies - Psalms @ lobby
6:30 pm
CYO @ gym
6:45 pm
Bible Studies - Psalms @ lobby
7 pm
Hispanic Music Ministry @ Cahill
Tuesday, January 27
9 am
WMOF Catechesis @ lobby
5 pm
CYO @ gym
7 pm
WMOF Catechesis @ lobby
7 pm
Divine Mercy Cenacle @ Schade
7 pm
Charismatic Prayer Group @ Chapel
7 pm
Spanish Prayer Group @ McDonough &
Cahill rooms
7 pm
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy
Communion @ Murray room
Wednesday, January 28
6:45 pm
PREP @ school and gym
7 pm
Cub Scout leaders @ Cahill
7:30 pm
RCIA @ lobby meeting room
8:30 am
CYO @ gym
Thursday, January 29
1:45 pm
Legion of Mary @ Cahill
6:50 pm
Bingo @ gym
7 pm
Consoling Heart of Jesus @ Cahill
Friday, January 30
No meetings or events scheduled
Saturday, January 31
8:30 am
Confessions until 9 am
4 pm
Confessions until 4:45 pm
Winter Prayer
Lord, you know I am growing older. Keep me from
becoming talkative and possessed with the idea that
I must express myself on every subject. Release me
from the craving to straighten out everyone’s affairs.
Keep me from the recital of endless detail but give
me wings to get to the point. Seal my lips when I am
inclined to tell of my aches and pains. They are increasing with the years, and my love to speak of
them grows sweeter as time goes by. Teach me the
glorious lesson that occasionally I may be wrong.
Make me thoughtful but not nosey; helpful but not
bossy. With my vast store of wisdom and experience,
it does seem a pity not to use it all, but you know,
Lord, that I will want a few friends at the end.
after the 9 am, 11 am and 1 pm Masses. See Page 7.
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
JANUARY 25, 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
Ss. Timothy & Titus, Bishops
Margaret “Peg” Cianchetta
Requested by the Altar & Rosary Society
Stephen & Catherine Koch
Requested by Mr. & Mrs. Robert Koch
St. Angela Merici, Virgin
Bobby Weigle
Requested by Mom, Dad & Carl
Gregorio DiBetta
Requested by Arlene Rowley & Family
St. Thomas Aquinas, Bishop & Doctor of the Church
Loretta McPeak
Requested by George McPeak
Angelina & Michael Falco (Wedding Anv.)
Requested by Joe & Anne Falco
Peg Cianchetta
Requested by St. Stan’s Senior Club
Catherine Zelt
Raymond Zelt
Frank Malack Migliaccio
Requested by brother, Neil & Family
Nicolino Carafa
Requested by Frank & Anna Menta
Sunday, February 1, Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
7 am
Memorial Fund Mass
9 am
Michael McKinney
Requested by the McKinney Family
11 am
Charles Taylor
Requested by Gloria Eline
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!
GIFT (GROWING IN FAITH TOGETHER)
FEBRUARY 10, 7:30 PM ~ LOBBY MEETING ROOM
We are pleased to welcome Rev. Msgr. Paul DiGirolamo, J.C.D., Judicial Vicar of the Archdiocesan Tribunal, who will speak to us on Church Annulments.
While the presentation is intended for divorced persons, it is open to anyone seeking sound, clear information on the annulment process. Join us for a
unique opportunity to further explore this particular
dimension of our faith in Christ. Light refreshments
will follow.
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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 Joseph S. Conwell,
Margaret Jones, Michael Kasmerski, Ronald Stadelmayer.
MASS OF ANOINTING AT ST. STANISLAUS
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 11 AM MASS
St. James writes: "Is anyone among you sick? He
should summon the presbyters of the Church and
they should pray over him, anoint him with oil in the
name of the Lord, and the prayer of faith will save
the sick person, and the Lord will raise him up." The
grace received through this sacrament is a gift of the
Holy Spirit, Who renews trust and faith in God and
strengthens us against the temptations of the evil one
and the temptation to discouragement and anguish.
Anyone who has a serious health condition or illness, who has experienced sudden health problems,
who will be undergoing surgery between February 8
and February 15, or who experiences the frailty of
old age, is encouraged to receive the sacrament of the
Anointing of the Sick at the 11 am Mass on Sunday,
February 8. If you plan on attending this Mass,
please call the Parish Center and leave your name.
September 21– 27, 2015
Save your vacation time to participate in this historic event right here
in Philadelphia! Host a family! Attend the presentations! Find out much more at:
WorldMeeting2015.org
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THE THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
St. Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge;
wisdom and instruction fools despise." - Proverbs 1: 7
Come spend an hour with our Lord
Hours of Need
Sunday: 4 am** and 10 am
Tuesday: 8 am and 4 pm
**4 am is an URGENT NEED; there is currently no one scheduled for this hour. Can you
help? Or share this hour with another? 4 pm
Tuesday is soon to become an urgent hour.
Please contact Sue Gillen if you can help!
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
Still Time to Sign-up!
There is still time to join in with other parishioners
for a Great Adventure bible study called Psalms: The
School of Prayer on either Monday mornings (from
9 to 10:30 am) or Monday evenings (from 7 to 8:30
pm). So far the group is only one week into the text
(an introduction only)!
Did you know the Psalms is the most often quoted
book in the New Testament? Or that King David contrary to tradition - did not write all 150 psalms?
Jesus Himself used the psalms frequently - not just in
prayer, but to explain things about Himself and His
teaching.
Come explore and learn more about this rich biblical resource for private prayer, orient your heart to
God and direct your inmost thoughts to Him. The
cost to participants in the study for the workbook
and study guide is $20; the remainder will be picked
up by the parish. This is a great Lenten and preLenten exercise to draw closer to prayer, fasting, and
almsgiving during this season.
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FEBRUARY FOOD COLLECTION
will be on the weekend of January
31 & February 1. For this upcoming food cupboard we are in need
of the following items:
 Food Needs: plain rice, canned meat and fish,
jars of applesauce, hearty low sodium soups, juice
boxes & bottles, jam/jelly, sugar/honey, mayo,
ketchup, mustard, coffee/tea, healthy cold cereals, canned beans.
 Non-Food Needs: liquid laundry detergent, toilet
tissue, paper towels, liquid hand soap, facial tissues, 3 in 1 body wash, toothpaste, deodorants,
shampoos
Also, we need your help by NOT giving us:
 Baby items – Catholic Social Services in Norristown can really use them!
 Outdated or opened food items – we cannot give
these out and we must then dispose of it & the
local bird sanctuary no longer takes them!
 Over-sized products or packages – we find they
are not taken and remain on our shelves;
 Any sugared items where healthier substitutes are
available: cereals, snacks, etc.;
 Prepared rice – people seem to prefer plain rice
as the prepared rice boxes remain on our shelves;
Thank you again for all that you do, as the Food
Cupboard would not exist without your dedicated
support and wonderful generosity! May God bless
you and your families for your on-going support to
the needy in our Lansdale community.
With gratitude, Sister Barbara
TREASURE INFORMATION
Weekly Parish collection:
January 18, 2015: $14,557*
January 19, 2014: $16,474
*Contributed in 559 envelopes and 16 loose checks.
Parish Debt Reduction:
January 18, 2015: $1,572
January 19, 2014: $1,818
Major Bills Paid Since January 19, 2015
Printing: $1,315
Utilities: $1,156
Snow plowing and salting: $1,140
126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
JANUARY 25, 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.
During Catholic Schools Week, please join us in celebrating the Faith, Excellence and Service at
Mater Dei Catholic School. All are welcome!
 Sunday, January 25: Opening of Catholic Schools Week
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9 am Mass at Saint Stanislaus ~ 9:30 am Mass at Saint Rose
9:30 am Mass at Saint Maria Goretti, “Frozen” Pancake Breakfast after the 9:30 Mass
Monday, January 26: Day of Thanks
Tuesday, January 27: Teacher Appreciation Day, Spelling Bee for Grades 7 & 8 in the gym
Wednesday, January 28: Spelling Bee for Grades 4, 5, & 6 in the gym
Thursday, January 29: Theology and Science Prayer Service at 2 pm in the gym. All are invited!
Friday, January 30: Student Appreciation Day
Mater Dei Catholic School welcomes Scholastic Book Fair! ~ January 26-30
Family Night: January 26 from 6 pm to 7:30 pm ~ Chase away the “Winter Blues” with a good Book!
Mater Dei Catholic School Information & Registration Day ~ February 17, 2015
New 2015-2016 students and their families are invited on Tuesday, February 17 to Mater Dei Catholic. The morning session will take place from 10 am to11:30 am and our evening session will take place from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
Tours will be offered after a brief information session about Mater Dei and the registration process. Call the Advancement Office at 215.368.9787 to RSVP or 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.
Irish Night at Mater Dei ~ Saturday, February 21 from 7 pm to 11 pm
Sponsored by the Ancient Order of Hibernians Division #4 to benefit Mater Dei Catholic School. Cost is $35 per
person or reserve a table of 8 for $250. Ticket includes live Irish music by Celtic Pride, performances by authentic
Irish step-dancers and bag pipers, buffet dinner, beer, wine and soda. This is expected to be a sell-out! For tickets or
information, please contact Tom McGann at 267.228.1931 or tmcgann22@gmail.com. Tickets are also on sale at
the Mater Dei Catholic school office.
Attention Saint Stanislaus Parish School Alumni!
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.
PENNY AUCTION TO BENEFIT MATER DEI SCHOOL: YOUR DONATIONS REQUESTED!
On Tuesday, March 3, St. Stanislaus will be holding its annual Penny Auction to benefit Mater Dei Catholic School. Rally your team and get out your favorite jersey because this year the theme is Spring Training at Mater Dei! Did you receive a Christmas gift that is just not your style? Do you have items in your
home that you never found a use for? Are you a season ticket holder and have tickets for a game or 2 that you can't
go to? Consider donating them to the Penny Auction! The Prize Patrol is in need of unopened, unused items for the
bidding packages. While in the past we have been blessed with donations from local businesses, many of the cherished items have come from parish families. All donations, labeled “Penny Auction,” can be dropped off to the Parish Center or Mater Dei School. Questions? Please contact Melissa Lombardo at mlombardo14@msn.com or Kelly
Collier at kacollier@comcast.net. Thank You!
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
THE THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Coordinator of Religious Education (PREP): Mrs. Leona Russell
Office Phone Number: 215.855.9893; Email: ststansprep@yahoo.com
A Blessing of the First Communion candidates will take place at the 9 am Mass next Sunday, February 1. The families are invited to hospitality following the Mass in the Lobby Meeting Room.
Important Dates to Remember…
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
April 18 – Confirmation at 10 am – Archbishop Charles J. Chaput presiding
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 Thursday, February 5, & Monday, February 16.
 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.
 Attention 7th & 8th graders at Mater Dei: Come spend your day off on February 4 at Saint John Hospice,
helping those in need and having a fun time in Philadelphia! We will meet at the Pennbrook train station
by 9:30 am and return by 3:10 pm. Bring a lunch or eat the lunch provided by the hospice. Help serve the
noon meal. We will then visit Reading Terminal Market before we head home! Train fare provided by St
Stanislaus CYO. Contact Mrs. Dominick if interested; permission form required.
 Save the date: Net overnight Retreat at Saint Rose April 25-26 for 8-12th graders. More info to follow!
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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LANSDALE CATHOLIC Robotics
TEAM SUPER BOWL HOAGIE SALE
The LC 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.
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NEWS FROM AREA HIGH SCHOOLS
Mount Saint Joseph Academy 7th grade girls are
invited to register for the Pre-HSPT, a 7th grade edition of the Scholarship/Entrance Exam given to
eighth grade applicants, given on Saturday, March
28, from 8 am to 11:30 am. Registration is available
online only at: www.msjacad.org/practicetest.
Gwynedd Mercy Academy 7th grade practice test
takes place Saturday, April 25. Alternate test date:
April 26. Register before February 13 and receive a
50% discount on the registration fee - just $15! For
more information or to register, visit
www.gmahs.org/admissions/7th-grade-information.
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JANUARY 25, 2015
This is the Year of Consecrated Life, as
proclaimed by our Holy Father, Pope
Francis.
The Vatican has asked that events be
planned throughout the year, but especially if possible on February 8, in order for
religious communities to become better known by
all.
Following are events of local communities:
Sisters of Saint Francis
Friends, neighbors and their families are invited to
tour the Motherhouse (Convent of Our Lady of Angels in Aston, PA) to meet the Sisters and enjoy a
short presentation about our Franciscan Way of Life
on Sunday, February 8 from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Get to know your Assumption Sisters
Come for Tea, Conversation and Prayer!
Sunday February 8, from 4 pm to 6 pm,
506 Crestview Road - Lansdale
In addition, the three communities serving our St.
Stanislaus Parish, the Franciscans, the Religious of
the Assumption, and the Sisters of Mercy will host
an event together for conversation, prayer and refreshments sometime after Easter, once the weather
improves! So look for that day to come...
WALKING TOWARD ETERNITY:
ENGAGING THE STRUGGLES OF YOUR HEART
This program is an inspiring DVD series with Jeff
and Emily Cavins designed to help participants live
their faith more fully. This is a challenging eight
week study that introduces seven common struggles
and obstacles in our Christian walk. Through prayer,
reflection, guidance, discussion, and the aid of the
Holy Spirit, we begin to engage these difficulties in a
positive way as we continue toward our goal of union
with Christ. Cost of study materials is $16. Please
download a registration form from the Adult Faith
Formation Events Page of the Corpus Christi website, corpuschistilansdale.org. For more information
about the study, contact our facilitator, Eileen
Dowling at irisheileen@hotmail.com. The program
takes place on Wednesdays, February 4, 11, 25,
March 4, 11, 18, 25, and April 1, 2015, 8:45 am to
11 am OR 6:45 pm to 9 pm in the Corpus Christi
Parish Center.
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PIUS IX
COUNCIL NEWS
Crab Cake Sale
The Knights are holding 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 7 between 1 and 4:30 pm at the
Knights of Columbus hall. Orders must be received
by January 31. 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
Today, Sunday January 25th from 8 am to noon, the
Knights will host their monthly Breakfast with the
Knights. $9 for adults, $8 for Seniors, $6 for children
ages 5 to 12. Active duty Fire, Police, Military and
children under 5 eat free!
Hall Rental Open to Public
The K of C Hall is available 7 days a week for both
day and evening event rentals. To reserve the hall,
contact Al Perry at 215.822.0683 or Bill Steigerwalt
at 215.880.4200 or visit www.koc4396.org under
the tab of “Hall Rental” for current calendar and
more information.
The K of C hall is located at
258 West 8th Street in Lansdale.
THE GUARDIANS
This monthly support group for fathers of all ages is
named in honor of Saint Joseph, Guardian of the Redeemer. It provides opportunities for members to
learn from one another by sharing their insights
about challenges they face in married and family life,
in the workplace, and in their spiritual life. Through
fellowship, prayer, and discussion of relevant issues,
participants come to a deeper understanding of the
richness of their Catholic faith and their identity as
husbands and fathers. Single fathers are always welcome. For more information or to register for your
first meeting, contact Deacon Frank Langsdorf at
deaconlangsdorf@gmail.com. The group will meet
on Tuesdays, February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5,
June 2, August 4, September 1, October 6, November 3, and December 1, 2015, 7 pm to 8:30 pm in
the Religious Education Room at Corpus Christi.
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THE THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
JOSEPH’S PEOPLE CHAPTER
Are you Unemployed? Underemployed? Want to
learn more about networking? How to create an effective resume? Talk to others who are sharing the
same experience as you are? At Joseph's People we
offer support and guidance to those who are unemployed or underemployed. Join us on the first and
third Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm in the
Saint Maria Goretti Parish Center Library. Our
February meetings are on February 5 and 19.
On February 5, we will be hosting Renato Amarena, author of “The Success Factor; Your 1 Hour
Guide to Achieving Your Personal and Professional
Goals”. Teaching at local colleges and running his
own training and coaching business, Renato enjoys
helping business professionals and leaders sharpen
their presentation, communication, and public
speaking skills. During this session, he will show participants how to keep those resolutions starting with
our February “do-over”. Make 2015 the year that
you achieve your personal and professional goals including acing those tough interview questions. All
are welcome. For more information, please contact
Nancy Boak at nancyboak@aol.com. If you are an
employer who is hiring or work for or know someone
who is hiring, we have a number of great candidates
seeking employment. Please contact Nancy Boak at
the email address above.
LET US PRAY
Do you find it easy to pray? Is prayer an integral part
of your day? Do you hear God’s voice in your daily
life, and do you know how to respond accordingly?
In our busy lives, prayer is seen as a luxury, when in
reality it is the foundation of a healthy spiritual life.
The Oremus (“Let Us Pray”) program will teach you
the essentials of an effective and fruitful prayer life. In
this eight week study you will discover how God
speaks to you, even in the smallest encounters. Each
session includes a thirty minute DVD presentation
followed by group discussion. Sessions take place
Sundays, February 1 through March 22 from 7 pm
to 8:15 pm or Fridays, February 6 through March 27
from 9:30 am to 11 am at Saint Maria Goretti Parish
Center Lower Level. The cost is $20. Please mail
name, phone number, and email address, along with
payment, to: Saint Maria Goretti Parish, c/o Angela
McClellan, 1601 Derstine Road, Hatfield, PA 19440.
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MOM CAFÉ AT CORPUS CHRISTI
This year, the Mom Café of Corpus Christi Parish
will utilize the Momnipotent DVD series hosted by
Danielle Bean. At each monthly session, we will view
the DVD presentation, and then, through real and
honest conversations, journey together through the
concerns, challenges, joys, and unique experiences
that all mothers share. Join us in this opportunity to
challenge, encourage, and support each other in
motherhood and momnipotence! The Mom Café
meets on the first Tuesday of each month from October through May in the Religious Education Room
of the church from 9:30 am to 11 am. Child care is
available at no cost. Study packet is $30 and includes
both the book and journal. For more information or
to register for your first meeting, contact Angela
McClellan at corpuschristiaff@yahoo.com.
REDISCOVER THE LOVE IN YOUR MARRIAGE
The Retrouvaille Marriage Program is a Catholic
based program that offers help for struggling marriages. Thousands of couples have successfully saved
their marriages by attending a Retrouvaille weekend
and the six post sessions that follow. Retrouvaille is
not just a social gathering or series of seminars, but
rather a way to rediscover and rekindle the loving
relationship in your marriage. The next program begins on the weekend of February 13–15 at the Family
Life Center in Malvern. For more information, visit
www.HelpOurMarriage.com or call 1.800.470.2230.
All inquires are kept strictly confidential.
RACHEL’S VINEYARD RETREATS
Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild
and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Weekend
retreats offer a supportive, confidential and nonjudgmental environment where women and men can
express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive
emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal
and healing. Call 215.906.6337 or 610.399.0890 for
information on upcoming retreats. All contacts are
confidential. More information is available at the national website: www.rachelsvineyard.org.
OFFICE FOR DIOCESAN PRIESTHOOD: HEED THE CALL
Come stay at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary and experience life on campus: High School Weekend, February 13
to 15; Post High School Weekend, February 20 to 22.
Rooms are limited! For more information or to register,
call 610.667.5778 or visit www.heedthecall.org
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JANUARY 25, 2015
III DOMINGO ORDINARIO - 25 DE ENERO DE 2015
Yo soy la luz del mundo, dice el Señor; el que me sigue no caminará en tinieblas, sino que tendrá la luz de la vida. (Juan 8, 12)
Intención de la misa: (Para ofrecer una misa por una intención anunciada, hable con Padre Forlano)
1) Jonás 3, 1-5. 10
2) 1 Corintios 7, 29-31
Lecturas del Domingo
Salmo 24, 4bc-5ab. 6-7bc. 8-9 Señor, instrúyeme en tus sendas.
3) Marcos 1, 14-20
IR DETRÁS DE JESÚS Cuando el Bautista fue detenido, Jesús vino
a Galilea y comenzó a «proclamar la Buena Noticia de Dios». Según
Marcos, no enseña propiamente una doctrina para que sus discípulos
la aprendan y difundan correctamente. Jesús anuncia un acontecimiento que está ya ocurriendo. Él lo está ya viviendo y quiere compartir su experiencia con todos.
Marcos resume así su mensaje: «Se ha cumplido el plazo»: ya no
hay que mirar hacia atrás. «Está cerca el reino de Dios»: pues quiere
construir un mundo más humano. «Convertíos»: no podéis seguir
como si nada estuviera ocurriendo; cambiad vuestra manera de pensar
y de actuar. «Creed en esta Buena Noticia». Este proyecto de Dios es
la mejor noticia que podemos escuchar.
Todo lo que Jesús decía de Dios, todo lo que hacía en nombre de
Dios, a la gente le resultaba algo nuevo y bueno. Y su mensaje se reducía a esto: "Dios está cerca de nosotros, más cerca de lo que os imagi-
náis, y solo quiere hacer una vida más humana, más digna y dichosa.
Cambiar de manera de pensar y creer en esta Buena Noticia”.
Después de este solemne resumen, la primera actuación de Jesús es
buscar colaboradores para llevar adelante su proyecto. Jesús va
«pasando junto al lago de Galilea». Ha comenzado su camino. Es un
profeta itinerante que busca seguidores para hacer con ellos un recorrido apasionante: vivir abriendo caminos al reino de Dios. No es un
rabino sentado en su cátedra, que busca alumnos para formar una
escuela religiosa. Ser cristiano no es aprender doctrinas, sino seguirle a
Jesús en su proyecto de vida.
El que toma la iniciativa es siempre Jesús. Se acerca, fija su mirada
en aquellos cuatro pescadores y los llama a dar una orientación nueva
a sus vidas. Sin su intervención, no nace nunca un verdadero cristiano.
Los creyentes hemos de vivir con más fe la presencia viva de Cristo y
su mirada sobre cada uno de nosotros. Si no es él, ¿quién puede dar
una nueva orientación a nuestras vidas?
Pero lo más decisivo es escuchar desde dentro su llamada: «Venid
detrás de mí». No es tarea de un día. Escuchar esta llamada significa
despertar la confianza en Jesús, reavivar nuestra adhesión personal a
él, tener fe en su proyecto, identificarnos con su programa, reproducir
en nosotros sus actitudes… y, de esta manera, ganar más personas
para su proyecto.
Fuente: José Antonio Pagola, http://creereenti.blogspot.com.
El 22 de enero en todas las diócesis de los Estados Unidos se observa
un día de penitencia por violaciones contra la dignidad de la persona
humana por actos de aborto. Roguemos por la restauración plena del
derecho legal a la vida. Es el aniversario de la legalización del aborto
en los Estados Unidos por la decisión, Roe vs. Wade, por la Corte
Suprema (1973). Rueguen para que se respete la vida humana como
un don sagrado, especialmente la de niños en el vientre de su madre.
Oración a Dios el Padre de toda la vida
Dios eterno, te has revelado como El Padre de toda la vida. Te alabamos por el amor de Padre que ofreces a toda la creación, pero en
especial a nosotros, porque nos creaste a Tú imagen y semejanza.
Padre, te suplicamos, protege a todos los que son amenazados por el
aborto y sálvalos de ese maligno poder destructor. Te rogamos que les
des fuerza y valor, a todos los Padres que luchan contra la tentación
del aborto, para que nunca caigan bajo su poder de terror.
Bendice a nuestras familias y a nuestro país, para que podamos acoger
con alegría la vida, de la cual, Tú mismo eres fuente y eternidad.
Amén.
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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.
“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.
¿Cómo le devolveré al Señor todo el bien que me ha hecho?
(Salmo 116:12)
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¡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
SANACIÓN POST-ABORTO: Si usted o alguien que usted conoce está sufriendo después de un aborto,que no juzga confidencial está disponible: Tema
Serie del Proyecto Raquel nacional gratuito artíículo: 888-456-HOPE (-4673) o
visite HopeAfterAbortion.org. Los hispanohablantes pueden visitar
www.esperanzaposaborto.org.
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