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SAINT STANISLAUS
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Sunday March 29, 2015
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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We welcome all to join us for worship and invite you to become a part of our parish family.
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. Couples planning to be married, or those
desiring to schedule a Baptism are asked to call the Parish Center to schedule an appointment to speak with a priest. The Parish Center is open Monday through Thursday from 9
am to 9 pm (closing from noon to 1 pm for lunch and 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm for dinner), Friday
from 9 am to 5 pm (closing from noon to 1 pm for lunch), Saturday from 9 am to Noon and
Sunday from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm. Priests are available after building hours for emergencies
only by calling 215.368.0220. Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration is available in the Saint
Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel.
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekend
Saturday Vigil 5:15 pm
Sunday 7 am, 9 am, 11 am and 1 pm in Spanish
Daily
Monday through Friday 6:30 & 8 am
Saturday 8 am,
followed by Miraculous Medal Novena Prayers
Catholic Mass in Sign Language
4th Sunday of the month in the
Parish Center Chapel.
Mass Interpreted in ASL
1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays, 9 am Mass in the Church
CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD
During 11 am Mass
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday 8:30 to 9 am; 4 to 4:45 pm
PASTOR
Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Tracy
PASTOR EMERITUS
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
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SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM: The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated Sundays after the 11 am Mass. Parents and godparents are expected to participate in a
pre-baptismal formation session which is offered on
the third Monday evening of every month, except
August and December, at 7 pm in the Parish Center.
Please contact the Parish Office for further information.
SACRAMENT OF 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.
PARISH BUSINESS MANAGER
Mrs. Penny Mitchell
MATER DEI CATHOLIC SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Miss Diane E. McCaughan
COORDINATOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Mrs. Leona Russell
DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY
Mrs. Peggy Dominick
DIRECTOR OF PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
Sr. Barbara McGahan, RSM
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRY
Mr. Bill Wilson
PARISH SERVICE MINISTERS
Sr. Dolora Curley, OSF, Hospital Ministry
Laurel Murphy, Pastoral Assistant
Karen Smith, Pastoral Assistant
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Dear friends / Mis amigos queridos,
When my parent died, a close friend of hers travelled from a fairly long distance to attend the funeral. There was
no obligation or pressure to be present, since she was my mother’s girlfriend and not really close to others in the family.
We would have understood if she was unable to attend. Somehow, however, she was able to make it, and her presence
brought my father much comfort and support. He was very keen on expressing his gratitude for the effort. The response
he received from her was heart-warming: “Where else would I be?”
Oddly enough, the holiest days of the liturgical year that we call the Easter Triduum are not mandatory holy
days for Catholics. But that does not mean that they are unimportant; far from it, they express the heart of what we believe about our Catholic faith. Regarding our communal liturgical and ritual prayer during these days, the Church challenges you and me with the question, “where else would we be?” It is important, my friends, that we hear that same question.
Over the course of a year, we receive and extend many invitations to various gatherings. Receiving them via email or from the regular mail carrier gives a sense of satisfaction and pleasure in knowing that we are welcomed and
wanted. We belong and are accepted. As hosts of a gathering, it is all about hospitality.
The same holds true to all our liturgical gatherings. It is important that visitors feel comfortable, that they know
their presence is vital to the community. No one should ever feel unwelcomed at St. Stanislaus. Many people work hard
to convey this attitude Sunday after Sunday, and much more so for the Triduum. The planning and work involved set
the stage for the occasion: the singular, continuous liturgy celebrated over three days which recalls the passion/death and
resurrection of the Lord. This is anything but “business as usual.” These are liturgies that occur once a year.
Symbols and rituals used on various occasions throughout the year take center stage this week as the Easter mysteries unfold. In common, everyday elements, deep realities are brought to life through words and gestures. Those in attendance must be more than spectators; rather they are vital contributors to the sacred experience. Through ritual expression, we see and experience a little bit of heaven and remember where we are headed. Heaven and earth are no
longer separate realities, but one and the same. Where else would you be? Come and join us in the Triduum celebration
this Thursday through Saturday, along with Easter Mass on Sunday.
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Many of those who saw Mel Gibson’s 2004 controversial film The Passion of the Christ were ecstatic in their
praise and thanksgiving to the Lord for undergoing such a horrible death. “Now I know how much you suffered for me,
dear Jesus;” “I never knew how much You loved me and the extent to which You would show that love.” In many ways
their appreciation was moving and heart-felt.
But had the film-maker actually followed the Gospels closely, as he originally claimed he did, viewer responses
would probably have been quite different. Rather than thanking Jesus for dying for them, they would have thanked Him
for showing them how to suffer and die for another. As you listened to Mark’s Passion account in this Sunday’s gospel,
did you notice the almost total lack of any mention of Jesus’ physical pain and suffering? Of the 119 verses of the story of
the Passion, only a handful even refer to the Lord’s agonies. The actual crucifixion is described in only four words in
Mark 15:24: Then they crucified Him. Interesting to note is that none of the gospels even refer to Jesus being nailed to a
cross. However that detail becomes very important when Thomas has to probe the nail marks in Jesus’ hands after the
Resurrection. It would seem that if the evangelists wanted us to focus on the Lord’s physical suffering, they dropped the
ball!
Mark certainly narrates Jesus’ suffering, but it is not necessarily His physical pains. He concentrates more on the
psychological ones. No matter what perspective the four evangelists wrote from, they all agree on one thing: those who
take up the life of Jesus Christ must also die with Jesus Christ. The question for our meditation not only today but for the
entire week is how do we do that? How does someone die with Jesus?
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Thank you to all who came out on Tuesday evening for the 53rd Annual Penny Auction at MATER DEI CATHOLIC SCHOOL. As usual it was hectic and frenetic, but fun nevertheless. This year the “big winner” sat at the same table as
I for the very first time! Congratulations to all the winners and many thanks to all those who supported the event. The
children of MATER DEI CATHOLIC SCHOOL were grateful for your presence.
HAVE A GOOD, HOLY WEEK EVERYONE! I HOPE TO SEE YOU IN CHURCH,
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TODAY
Boy Scout Troop 414 Pancake Breakfast - See Page 8
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Mk 11:1-10; Is 50:4-7; Phil 2:6-11;
Mk 14:1-15:47
Monday:
Is 42:1-7; Jn 12:1-11
Tuesday
Is 49:1-6; Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Wednesday: Is 50:4-9; Mt 26:14-25
Thursday:
Ex 12:1-8, 11-14; 1 Cor 11:23-26;
Jn 13:1-15
Friday:
Is 52;13-53:12; Heb 4:14-16, 5:7-9;
Jn 18:1-19:42
Reading vary for the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday
Masses
Today:
THIS WEEK
Holy Week Evening of Reflection
"The Agony and Joy of Acceptance"
March 31, 2015
7 to 8:30 pm
Parish Chapel
Format: Two reflections, quiet times
and a concluding blessing.
Busy Lent? Take some time as our season enters
now the most important week of all: Holy Week. Fr.
Michael Mullan will offer some food for thought
about the big Mysteries so as to experience even
greater joy this Easter. He will focus particularly on
the theme of "Greater Interior Freedom." Jesus ultimately was free before His Cross. In putting His
strength into accepting the Will of the Father, He
was then free to love. So often our energy goes into
avoiding crosses. Yet how do I "accept" suffering?
How will that make me happier? Our Lord wants us
to be free, absolutely free and that takes great courage and strength from above. Watch and pray! Let's
enter into the great mysteries of His Love in a spirit
of prayer and find rest for our weary hearts.
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SCHEDULING NOTES FOR THE TRIDUUM
We will not hold Bingo on Holy Thursday.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in the Adoration
Chapel is suspended from 7 pm on Holy Thursday until 1 pm on Easter Sunday.
The Parish Center will close at noon on Holy
Thursday, and will re-open at 9 am on Tuesday,
April 7.
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SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
Sunday, March 29
Children’s Liturgy of the Word during 11 am Mass
7:30 am
Scout Pancake Breakfast @ gym
10:15 am
Confessions until 10:50 am
12 pm
Easter Egg Hunt @ rectory grounds
12:30 pm
Martha & Mary Study @ Schade
Monday, March 30
9 am
Bible Studies - Psalms @ lobby
6:45 pm
Bible Studies - Psalms @ lobby
7 pm
Hispanic Music Ministry @ Cahill
Tuesday, March 31
6 pm
CYO @ gym
7 pm
Divine Mercy Cenacle @ Schade
7 pm
Spanish Prayer Group @ lobby
7 pm
Stations of the Cross (Spanish) @ Church
7 pm
Evening of Reflection @ Chapel
7:30 pm
CYO Basketball Coaches @ Cahill
Wednesday, April 1
9:45 am
Play Group @ lobby meeting room
2 pm
Mater Dei Passion Play @ Church
6:45 pm
PREP @ school and gym
7 pm
Mater Dei Passion Play @ Church
7:30 pm
RCIA @ lobby meeting room
THE EASTER TRIDUUM SCHEDULE
Thursday, April 2, Holy Thursday
“For I have set you an example, that you also
should do as I have done to you.” -John 13:15
7 pm
9:30 pm
Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Night Prayer in the Chapel
The Parish Center Chapel will open for visits to the
Blessed Sacrament after Mass until 10 pm.
Friday April 3, Good Friday
“Behold your king.” -John 19:14
8 am Morning Prayer in the Chapel
3 pm Commemoration of the Lord’s
Passion (English) in the Main Church
7 pm Commemoration of the Lord’s
Passion (Spanish) in the Main Church
During Good Friday services a collection will be taken up
for the upkeep of the Holy Places in Palestine.
Saturday, April 4, Holy Saturday
8 am Morning Prayer in the Chapel
2 pm Blessing of Easter Foods, Main Church
8 pm Easter Vigil Mass in the Main Church
(bilingual) (no 5:15 pm Mass today)
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord, April 5
Masses at 7 am, 9 am, 11 am and 1 pm (Spanish)
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MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Monday
6:30 am
8 am
Tuesday
6:30 am
8 am
Wednesday
6:30 am
8 am
Felix Molettiere
Requested by wife, Stella & Family
Frank Lisa (14th Anniversary)
Requested by Terry Lisa & Family
Anthony F. Buffett (Birthday Rem.)
Requested by daughters, Connie & Mary
William Deeny, Jr. (Birthday Rem.)
Requested by the Deeny Family
Kathleen & Robert Kirby
Requested by the Weigle Family
Adam Koneski
Requested by Charles & Susan Koneski
Sunday, April 5 Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the
Lord
7 am
Felix Molettiere
Requested by wife Stella & Family
9 am
Stephen X. Tracy
Requested by the Family
11 am
Sage Kiesel
Requested by Carman & Amelia Vare
Miraculous Medal Novena Prayers follow the 8 am Saturday Mass.
The Rosary is prayed after daily Mass. All are welcome to
join us.
The Sanctuary Candle in the Church
burns this week in memory of Jack Hoy,
at the request of Mrs. Hoy & Family.
If you wish to have the Sanctuary Candle
burn in memory of a loved one, or for a
special intention, please come to the Parish Center during regular operating hours to make
arrangements. An offering of $7 is requested.
TREASURE INFORMATION
Weekly Parish collection:
March 22, 2015: $17,413*
March 23, 2014: $18,620
*Contributed in 558 envelopes and 24 loose checks.
Parish Debt Reduction:
March 22, 2015: $3,215
March 23, 2014: $2,479
Major Bills Paid Since March 22, 2015
Payroll & related: $25,183; Service Contract: $1,438
Printing & envelopes: $2,860
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Please pray for the sick who carry
the cross of illness especially:
Daniel Abaldo, Jim Algeo, Sister
Ann Teresa, RA, Joe Burns, Helen
Daly, Bernadette Donnelly, Hugh
Donnelly, Chris Falkenstein, Rita
Field, Glenn Gausz, Ava Sophia
Gerstemeier, Maria Hatonek, Patricia Hendricks,
Richard Kurian, Ann Loeffler, Stanley Meade, Margaret Mindell, Noreen Mullin, Jay Murphy, Edward
Nemchik, James O’Neill, Phyllis Owoc, Betsey Powers, Frank Rieg, Pauline Sabia, Lucille Salerno, Joseph Sandone, Paul Spotts, David Stewart, Ken
Tucker, Thomas Van Bell, Karen Yannacone, Frank
Yevak, Michael Joseph Victor, 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 Karen Smith at
the Parish Center, 215.855.3133. If you wish to
place a name on our Prayer Line, contact Meg
Szewczak at 215.997.8386 or megsze1@gmail.com,
or Karen Smith at the Parish Center.
WE REMEMBER OUR DECEASED:
Our parish family expresses prayerful
condolences to the loved ones of Marty
Fallon, Nicolina Peroni, Ralph Pester,
Mary Rose Reynolds, Mary Rossi, Patricia Rowley,
Charles Tacconelli.
EASTER FLOWERS
If you wish to make a donation for the Easter flowers and decorations in Church and
in the Chapel, you are invited to submit
your donation, and the names of your loved
ones you wish to remember, in the envelope marked
“Easter Flowers” you received in our special Easter
mailing. Kindly limit intentions to no more than 6
names. Your envelope may be mailed or dropped off
at the Parish Center. The names will be published on
the parish web site. Copies will be available in the
Church vestibules by April 12. Please note: we are
able to include only those names received by
Wednesday, April 1.
September 21– 27, 2015
Sign up to attend the Congress....volunteer...host a family! Find
out more at: WorldMeeting2015.org.
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Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
St. Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel
"The LORD lives! Blessed be my rock! Exalted be
God, my savior!"
- Psalm 18:47
Come spend an hour with our Lord
Hours of Need
Sunday: 4 am** and 11 am**
Friday: 6 pm and Saturday 2 pm
**These are IMMEDIATE URGENT NEEDS;
no one is currently scheduled for these hours.
Please call 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.
G.I.F.T. (GROWING IN FAITH TOGETHER)
APRIL 14, 7:30 PM, LOBBY MEETING ROOM
We are pleased to welcome our own Fr. Michael
Mullan who will speak to us on Keeping God in
Family Life. In the lead up to the World Meeting of
Families in September, Fr. Michael wishes to share
from his own experiences not a "magical formula"
but rather simple elements that can go a long way to
keep God in family life during an age when that value is quite challenged. It isn´t simply a matter of
praying. Many more elements go into it. Fr. Michael
will sum it up with 10 catchy ways that might just
help keep God in the family-craziness. All are welcome! Light refreshments will follow.
Save the Date:
Mater Dei's Vacation Bible
School, Catholic Kidz CampThe Vatican Express! takes place
June 22- June 26, and is open to all children completing PreK3 through Grade 4. More details soon!
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Our April food collection is coming up on the weekend of April 4 &
5. This time of year our food cupboard is in great need of the following items:
 Non-Food Needs: paper towels; liquid hand
soap; body wash; laundry detergent
 Food Needs: plain rice; pastas (all varieties);
canned beans (all varieties EXCEPT green
beans); canned meats; coffee; sugar and honey;
cold cereals; granola bars; canned fruits; individual juice packs; jams and jellies; salad dressings
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 in advance, for your wonderful
generosity! May God bless you and your families especially during the Easter Season for your on-going
support to the needy in our Lansdale community.
With gratitude,
Sister Barbara
DIVINE MERCY HOLY HOUR
“My mercy is so great that no mind,
be it of man or of angel, will be able
to fathom it throughout all eternity.”
-(Diary of St. Faustina #699)
All are welcome on Divine Mercy
Sunday, April 12, to attend an extraordinary celebration of thanksgiving for the graces received on this great feast day. The Holy Hour
will begin at 3 pm in the Church. There will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, singing of the Divine Mercy Chaplet, Benediction and time for silent
prayer and thanksgiving.
“All the divine floodgates through which graces flow
are opened.” (699)
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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.
Passion Play Presentation ~ April 1 at 2 pm & 7 pm
Please join the Mater Dei Catholic School community as the 7th grade students re-enact Jesus Christ's passion
and death. The Passion Play is a fitting presentation for Holy Week and the end of this season of Lent. The
Passion Play will be held in our Church on Wednesday, April 1 at 2 pm and 7 pm. All are welcome!
Marketing/Research Internship Available
Mater Dei’s Advancement Office is currently seeking a college intern to help build and market its “Alum Connection.” Although the internship is unpaid, this is a ground floor opportunity to develop and implement this
program with the Advancement Office. Approximately 20 hours per week beginning in May. Please email
your resume to Grace Samanns at gsamanns@materdeicatholic.com.
Growing Three Year Old Program
You spoke and we listened….Mater Dei is expanding its Preschool Program for Three Year Olds. We are offering many options, including full day! Limited space is available. Contact the Advancement Office at
215.368.9787 or gsamanns@materdeicatholic.com to learn more and to set up an appointment to visit!
Registration/Information
Mater Dei is accepting applications for the 2015-2016 school year and classes are filling fast! “Shadow Days”
are available for students in Grades 1 to 8. Please contact the Advancement Office for more information or to
schedule a visit at 215.368.9787.
Calling All Alumni!
The Mater Dei Advancement Office is building 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.
Coordinator of Religious Education (PREP): Mrs. Leona Russell
Office Phone Number: 215.855.9893; Email: ststansprep@yahoo.com
April 15 – Registration for 2015-2016 PREP year begins
Register during the PREP sessions in April or at the Religious Education Office during regular office hours
PREP is open to students in Kindergarten to 8th grade
April 16 – Confirmation Rehearsal - 6:30 pm to 8 pm.
* Rehearsal will be in the Church
* Candidates AND Sponsors are required to attend
April 18 – Rite of Confirmation at 10 am – Archbishop Charles J. Chaput presiding
SAVE THE DATE: MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015
Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking,
comes to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Doylestown, to
talk about life, death, and social justice. Don’t miss it!
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Metanoia is an active community of Catholic young
adults in Montgomery County. Learn more at
www.metanoiayoungadults.weebly.com or email
metanoiayoungadults@gmail.com.
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Youth Minister: Mrs. Peggy Dominick; Phone: 215.855.3133;
Email: ststanspd@comcast.net; Web: www.ststanislaus.com, Youth Ministry tab
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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 Monday March 30 or Tuesday, April 14. Permission forms required; contact Mrs. Dominick if interested.
NET overnight Retreat, Anchored in Hope at Saint Rose April 25-26 for 8-12th graders. Contact Mrs.
Dominick if you are interested in this overnight retreat filled with music, skits and laughs. NET Missionaries will share their life stories and help us look at how Christ can be the hope we need when life is tough.
The cost is $30. Sign up by April 10.
Regional Kairos Retreat: Attention students in Grades 11 & 12 in a public or private high school: Are you
interested in attending a Regional Kairos Retreat? Dates are July 23-26. Information is available at http://
paregionalkairos.weebly.com What a wonderful way to enrich your faith with other youth!!!
Corpus Christi Youth Group Event: Attention students in Grades 8 to 12: Come join Corpus Christi Youth
Group on Palm Sunday, March 29. Following the Youth Mass at 6 pm, our own Fr. Michael will offer a
reflection on Holy Week!!! The evening includes dinner and Youth group activities.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST
The Boy Scouts of Saint Stanislaus
Parish Troop 414 are holding a Pancake Breakfast today, Sunday, March
29, from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm at the school cafeteria.
Price is $7 per person or $25 per family. Take a
chance on a 50/50 raffle and an Easter Basket. All
proceeds benefit the troop’s trip to Camp Summit in
West Virginia this summer.
SENIOR CLUB
Meetings: March 26 and April 14, at 1 pm in the
Parish Center lobby meeting room
Trips: Call Rosemary at 215.368.4645 for information and/or reservations.
Wednesday, May 13: Doolans-Spring Lake, NJ to
see “Legends in Music Review” featuring the music
of Neil Diamond, Judy Garland and Patsy Cline.
The cost is $70/pp and includes motorcoach, one
hour open bar, complete luncheon (choice of 3 entrees), show and all taxes and tips, including driver’s.
May 18 to May 22: Montreal & Quebec, Canada
for 5 days/4 nights. Wait list only.
October 13 to16: Cape Cod, Provincetown, Plymouth for 4 days/ 3 nights. Accommodations at Yarmouth Resort, MA. Price per person $430, double
occupancy. Includes 3 full breakfasts & dinners, baggage handling, taxes and tips. Call for brochure.
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REDISCOVER THE LOVE IN YOUR MARRIAGE!
The Retrouvaille Marriage Program 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 April 17
-19 at the Family Life Center in Malvern. For more
information, or to register for our upcoming weekend, visit www.HelpOurMarriage.com or call
1.800.470.2230. All inquiries are strictly confidential.
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LANSDALE CATHOLIC NEWS
LC presents their Spring Musical Footloose the
Musical. This upbeat show is based on the 1984
movie with lots of dancing and classic songs of the
80’s. Shows are April 23, 24 & 25 at 7 pm and
April 25 & 26 at 1 pm. Tickets are $12 and
$15 and are available in the Activities Office of
the school or at the door prior to each show.
Attention 7th Grade Families: Personal tours of our
school community are available for current 7th
grade families in public, private, and parish grade
schools or middle schools or who are home schooling. Dates for the school tours are April 22, 23, 24,
29, 30 or May 1. The tours will last an hour during
the school day. Please contact our Admission Office, 215.362.6160 ext. 194 to reserve a time.
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LITURGICAL BITS AND BYTES FOR HOLY WEEK
Stripping the Altar: This is done at the conclusion of the Holy Thursday liturgy. The importance of the stripping of the
altar is to prepare the Church for the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion the next day. Then we come into a Church that
is totally bare except for the items needed for the liturgy. It is a day when we notice the emptiness in the Church and in
the tabernacle. We focus entirely on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Good Friday Prostration: There is no entrance procession on Good Friday since it is a continuation of the liturgy we celebrated on Holy Thursday. The presider and other priests with him enter silently and prostrate themselves before the
altar. The members of the assembly are asked to kneel during this time. This is a ritual demonstrating our humility as
well as the sorrow of the Church on this day. Likewise, there is no recessional on Good Friday, as the liturgy of the Triduum continues with the Easter Vigil the next evening.
Good Friday Readings: The readings for Good Friday are somber in tone. The first reading from Isaiah is part of the
“suffering servant” literature which is seen as a prophecy of the sufferings of Jesus. In the second reading Paul connects
our salvation to Jesus, the high priest, who knew suffering and remained obedient to the Father. The centerpiece of the
liturgy, from which the liturgical celebration takes its name, is the reading of the Passion according to John. This gospel
emphasizes the divinity of Jesus. He is portrayed as knowing what He is about and confident in His relationship with the
Father. The Responsorial Psalm, setting the atmosphere in which the readings are heard, shows a conscious trust in God
in spite of trials.
Good Friday Intercessions: Good Friday is the one liturgical celebration of the year in which the intercessions are given
to us by the Church. They are in the Roman Missal, with occasional local additions by the bishop in case of serious need.
The Good Friday intercessions are written to encompass all people in the Church and in the world. Ten petitions are
given in the Roman Missal. The intercessions are divided in two parts. The first part is the statement of the intention,
usually done by a deacon or lay person. After a pause, the priest sings or says the prayer for whomever was mentioned in
the intention. The assembly may be invited to kneel during part of each intention.
Holy Communion on Good Friday: The Good Friday liturgy is not a Mass. There is no Eucharistic Prayer and so no
consecration. At one time there was no communion. When it was decided that people should be able to receive Holy
Communion on Good Friday, it was called the Mass of the Presanctified, since the hosts distributed were from those consecrated at the Holy Thursday liturgy. The liturgy is now called the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion, since that is the
central point of the liturgy. Holy Communion is still distributed from the hosts consecrated at the Mass the day before.
Bread only is used. There is no reception of the Sacred Blood under the form of the wine.
Preparing the Easter Candle: The first part of the Holy Saturday evening Easter Vigil Liturgy is The Service of Light. In
the light of the new fire the presider prepares the Easter Candle that will be used throughout the year. The cross is traced
on the wax along with the Greek letters alpha and omega, as well as the numerals of the current year. The words spoken
by the presider praise Christ as the beginning, end, Alpha, and Omega, and dedicate all time to Him. The five grains of
incense are inserted into the candle in the shape of a cross with an intercession that we will be kept under Christ’s protection. After this the candle is lighted from the new fire, the deacon or priest sings, “Christ our light,” and the people respond, “Thanks be to God.” Then all process into the church building following the light of Christ represented by the
Easter Candle.
Exsultet: The Exsultet is the great Easter proclamation. It is sung by the deacon or priest. It is a great hymn of rejoicing
in this Easter night which celebrates Christ rising from the dead. The hymn references many biblical events in salvation
history. It is a hymn of praise in honor of Christ the Redeemer. This hymn is sung in the presence of the lighted Easter
Candle while all assembled hold lighted candles as a remembrance of their baptism into the light of Christ.
Blessing of the Water: The blessing of the water at the Easter Vigil may be sung or said. The prayer of blessing is full of
biblical images, beginning with creation and including the great flood, the Red Sea, the waters of the river Jordan in
which Christ was baptized, and the water which flowed from His side at the crucifixion. The power of the Holy Spirit is
invoked upon the waters of the font to bless it in preparation for the baptisms to follow. As part of this ritual the Easter
Candle is lowered into the water unless the lighted candle is too difficult to manage. There is a sung response by the people at the conclusion.
Baptismal Promises: After the blessing of the water those to be baptized are invited to make their baptismal promises for
the first time. They may do this individually, or together if there is a large group. They are baptized by immersion or by
the pouring of water. After the celebration of baptism with the elect, the rest of the community renews their baptismal
promises. All are invited to hold lighted candles at this time. Following their profession of faith, the community is sprinkled with holy water or invited up to bless themselves with water from the font. Either action is a reminder and reaffirmation of their original baptism events.
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126 St. Stanislaus - Lansdale, PA
MARCH 29, 2015
DOMINGO DE RAMOS DE LA PASIÓN DEL SEÑOR – 29 DE MARZO DE 2015
“¡Hosanna! ¡Bendito el que viene en nombre del Señor!”
Intención de la misa: (Para ofrecer una misa por una intención anunciada, hable con Padre Forlano)
Lecturas del Domingo
Evangelio de la Entrada: Marcos 11, 1-10
Dios mío, ¿por qué me has abandonado?.
“La muerte del Siervo del Señor”. Llamamos así al relato de la Pasión
según San Marcos, que hoy la Iglesia nos proclama en el Evangelio del
Domingo de Ramos, en la Pasión del Señor. Porque el tema central
del evangelista, es el de Jesús como Hijo de Dios, el Siervo de Dios
mártir, vaticinado por Isaías (ver Is 50,4-7; 52,13-53,12), que muere
en la cruz.
Con la proclamación de Jesús como “Hijo de Dios”, comienza San
Marcos su Evangelio (Mc 1,1), y termina también, a los pies de la cruz,
en boca del centurión (Mc 15,39). Esto, porque el relato de la Pasión
de Cristo es la culminación de su Evangelio. A lo largo del mismo, el
evangelista nos “lleva de la mano” hasta este momento supremo de la
vida del Señor. Se dice que el Evangelio de San Marcos es el
“Evangelio de la Pasión del Señor”, precedido por los relatos de su
vida, desde el bautismo hasta el Calvario.
El relato de la Pasión de Cristo según San Marcos, no es una simple
crónica del acontecimiento, pese a que el evangelista apela a aquellos
que estuvieron de cerca, a los testigos presenciales (Mc 14,33; 15,21.40
-44), sino más bien una buena noticia del acontecimiento de la cruz.
Nos presenta el sentido religioso y salvador del aparente fracaso de
Jesús. La narración comienza con la unción de Jesús en Betania (Mc
14,3-9; 15,42-47), y termina con su muerte en la cruz.
Abundan en este relato las referencias a las Escrituras e intenta hacer
comprender cómo un crucificado puede ser el Mesías. Por eso, Jesús
aparece como Señor de los acontecimientos. La muerte pesa
abrumadoramente sobre su destino, pero vista desde dentro, queda
dominada por la actitud de Jesús. La humillación de Jesús es exaltación, la cruz es salvadora y el seguimiento de sus discípulos un
camino de sufrimiento y de plenitud.
Fuente: P. Mario Montes Moraga, www.cenacat.org
Por favor, rueguen por los enfermos. Hernan Dario Murillo, Emma
Pedroza, Nick Dion, Carlos Erazo, 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. Escriba los nombres en la hoja de peti-
ciones antes de la misa, y aquí se incluirán en el boletín la semana que
viene.
¿Cómo le devolveré al Señor todo el bien que me ha hecho?
(Salmo 116:12)
3/22/15 - Colecta: $447.08; 160 Asistentes
¡Gracias por su generosidad! ¿Es mi ofrenda una señal de agradecimiento a Dios y una participación en su caridad?
Plato de Arroz de CRS: recuerde que sus sacrificios de Cuaresma
incluyen la oración, el ayuno y los donativos a los más necesitados.
A través del plato de arroz la familia puede recordarse diariamente
los que sufren de hambre, los que no tienen hogar y los necesitados. Esto nos ayude a profundizar nuestra fe en Dio y nuestro
amor a los demás.
Reflexión: Jesús “se despojó de sí mismo, tomando la condición de
siervo.” ¿Cómo estamos llamados, especialmente durante la Cuar-
esma, a despojarnos de nosotros mismos por el bien de los demás?
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1)Isaías 50, 4-7
Salmo 21, 8-9. 17-18a. 19-20. 23-24 Dios mío,
2) Filipenses 2, 6-11
3) Marcos 14, 1 - 15, 47
ACTIVIDADES Y FORMACIÓN EN LA FE
Invitamos a toda la comunidad a la consagración total a Jesús
por María a través de la lectura del Libro “33 Días Hacia un
Glorioso Amanecer” del Rev. Padre Michael Gaitley.La meta
para todos los que se registren para hacer esta consagración a
Jesus por Maria, es que hagan un retiro personal leyendo este
libro en 33 días empezando el 10th de Abril y lo terminando el 13
Mayo (Día de La Virgen de Fatima). El Libro y el certificado de
consagración serán entregados gratuitamente a todos los que se registren. Se sugiere una donación el día de la Consagración. Favor de
Contactar a: Diana Zuluaga para inscribir su nombre. (954) 296-1420
o
carlosdiana5555@yahoo.com
“La Virgen Peregrina.” Un retablo de la Virgen de Guadalupe está
viajando por los hogares de la comunidad. Es una oportunidad maravillosa para acercarnos a ella en familia. Para registrar su familia por
una semana, llamar a Carlos Z. (954) 309-1771.
Clase De Quinceañera
Se ofrecerá una clase de Quinceañera el sábado, 11 de
Abril, de 10 AM a 2:00 PM. Esta clase es un requisito
para las jóvenes que desean celebrar sus quince años con
una ceremonia en la Iglesia. Para mas información favor
de contactar a: Angelica Santillan: 215-803-3800 Email: angelicasantillan46@gmail.com o Diana Zuluaga: 954-296-1420. Email: carlosdi-
LOS SACRAMENTOS
Bautismos – Clases bautismales serán el primer Domingo de cada mes
después de la misa. La próxima clase bautismal es el 3 de mayo
después de la misa. Inscríbase por anticipado con el Padre Forlano.
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, 10:15 - 10:50 a.m. y 12:30 - 12:50 p.m. o
por cita con Padre Forlano o Padre Miguel.
Las normas de abstinencia y ayuno. Abstinencia es una práctica penitencial
que consiste en abstenerse del consumo de carne y debe observarse por todo
católico mayor de 14 años de edad. El Miércoles de Ceniza, Viernes Santo, y
los viernes de cuaresma son días de abstinencia. Además de la abstinencia, el
ayuno debe acostumbrarse por todo católico entre las edades de 18 a 59 años
(inclusivo). Durante los días de ayuno, el Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes
Santo, se permite una sola comida completa al día. Se pueden tomar dos
comidas ligeras al día, suficientes para mantener la fuerza, de acuerdo a las
necesidades particulares, pero las dos juntas no deben equivaler otra comida
completa. Comer entre comidas no está permitido, más sí está permitido tomar
líquidos.
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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