July 26, 2015 - Church of St. Mary and St. Andrew

Parish Family of
Saint Mary & Saint Andrew and Our Lady of Lourdes
Father John W. Lynch, Pastor
Father D. Bala Reddy, Parochial Vicar
July 26, 2015
St. Mary & St. Andrew
137 South Main Street
Ellenville, N.Y. 12428
(845) 647-6080
We have a NEW website:
Our Lady of Lourdes Mission
Check it out!
6078 Route 209
Kerhonkson, N.Y. 12446
Fax: (845) 647-2486
Use Ellenville Phone # and Address
Our Liturgical Life
Sunday Eucharist:
In Ellenville:
5:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:15 AM
11:45 AM
1:00 PM
In Kerhonkson: 10:00 AM
Saturday Evening
Sunday Morning
Sunday Morning
Sunday Morning
Sunday Afternoon
Sunday Morning
Weekday Eucharist: Only in Ellenville
8:00 AM
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM
Holy Day Eucharist:
Schedule will be in the bulletin.
8:00 AM
First Friday-Eucharist:
-Exposition & Benediction
In Ellenville
7:00 - 8:00 PM
In Ellenville:
On Saturday: 4:00 - 4:45 PM
Or by Appointment.
Parish Membership:
We welcome new parishioners. Please register at the
Rectory. If you move or change your phone number please
inform the Rectory.
Religious Education:
Grades 1 through 8
Classes begin in September.
Our Sacramental Life
The Sacrament is usually celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of
the month at 2 PM in the Ellenville Church. Parents take
part in a Pre-Baptismal Program.
Sacrament of First Communion & Confirmation:
The Sacraments are offered through the Religious Education Program.
Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA):
This program is for un-baptized people who are thinking of
becoming Catholic as well as for those who are baptized and
have not received the sacraments of First Communion
and/or Confirmation. Classes begin in June. Call 647-7724.
Sacrament of Matrimony:
Reservation of date to be made at least six months in advance. Parish registration and marriage preparation are
required. Please call to make an appointment with a priest.
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick:
The Sacrament may be administered at any time for those
who are seriously ill. Please call the parish office.
Our Homebound or Hospitalized Parishioners:
Please notify the Rectory when a family member, friend or
neighbor is confined to home or hospital so that we can
arrange prayer and a visit.
Parish Family of St. Mary & St. Andrew and Our Lady of Lourdes
Seventeenth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
July 26, 2015
Please Note:
A person’s name will
appear on the Prayer list
for 4 weeks. After 4
weeks, it will be removed
5:00pm Susana Rappa & Fam.
Sunday, July 26
8:00am Patricia Blackwood, Liv.
Our Lady of Lourdes
10:00am M/M Paul Bennett,Liv
10:15am Ella Bollin
11:45am Anne Coulson
Monday - Friday 8:00am
Monday, Sadie Blackwood
Tuesday, Sylvester Blackwood
Wednesday, Mary O’Donnell, Liv
Thursday, Marian Hart
Friday, Frank Backman
9:00am Alf Neville
Have a Mass
We would like to hear
from you so that we
may serve you better.
You can drop by the
rectory or you can even
call to register in the
parish. We will be glad
to hear from you.
Sick Relatives & Friends
Ryan Hulick, Betty Halligan,
Jesse Shaw & Fam., Ana
Sims, Lucy Kump, Patricia
Mulieri, Fr. Richard Neilson,
Christina Busse, Angel Velez,
Josh Berger, Francis Panaccione, Kara Anderson, Christopher Judge, Dan Goewey, Faith
Dumond, Sal Giambruno, Delio
Scudieri, Stephen Rich, Kathy
Loucks, Sister Mary Denise,
Corey Bradford, Sherry Engel,
Charlotte Clark, Madison
Cinalli, Ted & Olga Zazula,
Tiffany Pautz, Grant Nicolson,
Mattie Berhang, Barbara
Bennett, George Brown , John
Speers, Christine A. Fisher,
Sylvia Boyd, Gloria Falzon,
Gloria Bertolacci, Charles
Dechon, Patrick Neville, Ann
White, Dr. James Cone, Therese
Loucks, Joseph Galvin, Stanley
Hudson, Elizabeth Young, Joe
Wolfe, Paul Lolonis, Brooke Barrie, Gail Petronio, Mark
5:00pm Maria Rappa
Sunday, August 2
8:00am Anthony Blackwood, Liv.
Our Lady of Lourdes
10:00am Peggy Lucid
10:15am Margaret Sacks
Please call the
rectory to
schedule a
Pray For Our Troops
11:45am Lester Fiero
1:00pm Carmen Lamberty
Carlos Acevedo
Alexander Vega
Heather Kasch
Tim Martinez
Finance Council
Joseph Exner
The current members of our Finance Council are:
Bill Collier, John Tobin
Fran Allen , Mike Durso,
Val Panaccione & Maxine Martin
We thank them for their continued
service to our parish.
Rickey Buley
Peter Murray
Dominick Byrnes
Kyle Conner
Parish Weekly Calendar
R =Rectory
P =Parish Hall
C 8:00am Mass
C 8:00am Mass
C 8:00am Mass
M =Mission
C =Church
C 8:00am Mass C 8:00am Mass
C 9am Mass
C Noon—3pm
C 7:00pm– Rosary
C 8:00am
M 10:00am
C 10:15am
C 11:45am
C 1:00pm Sp.
C 5pm—Vigil
D. Moore
J. Pagan
D. Arnold
M. Andreasen
C. Chipman
M/M Verdino
C. Burke
J. Pagan
R. MacKenzie
D. Surber
R. Kump
M/M Beke
L. Duffy
L. Klein
L. Benson
P. Marks
C. Chipman
C. Hemstreet
Have a great Summer!
Don’t forget to
register for
religious education ,
August 11, 12 & 13
from 6pm to 8pm in
the parish hall for both St. Mary &
St. Andrew and Our Lady of
Lourdes students.
Anyone needing community
service hours or just want to
volunteer, please call the rectory
Mon—Fri. 11am to 4pm.
The Weekly Average for
the Month of June was
Average Attendance
This figure includes the
Parish Pay Donations.
Z. Acevedo
M. Rodriguez
C. Gonzalez
Parish Organizations &
Contact Persons
Seventeenth Sunday in
Ordinary Time July 26, 2015
The eyes of all look hopefully to
you, and you give them their food
in due season.— Psalm 145:15
Eucharistic Min.
With today’s two accounts of feeding miracles and
the psalm response about the Lord’s hand feeding us, it
is easy to gloss over the marvelous hymn in Ephesians.
It is built around the most potent biblical numbers: one,
three, and seven. The core of it is the word “one” expressed seven times. Three of these describe the church:
one body, one Spirit, one hope; the next three are the
foundations of the church: one Lord [Jesus], one faith,
one baptism. All of these are bound up together in the
one Father of all. While we might feel daunted by the
prospect of duplicating the wonders worked by Elisha
and Jesus in the feeding of multitudes, Ephesians gives
us a more realistic way to live and “feed” others as the
church: by living in humility and gentleness, by acting
with patience, bearing with each other in love, and always seeking and striving to preserve unity through
peace. Who among us cannot increase the way we “feed”
the church and the world by living this way? We are always called upon to “feed” the world in the literal sense;
but our mission as church tells us that others are also
fed by the way we live and act each moment of each day.
Lectors/Euch. Min. Imre Beke -647-6080
Spanish Ministries
Altar Servers
Bruce Santiago - 647-6080
Music Ministries:
Pat Hulick - 647-6080
Choir - Ell. Joe Wolfe– 6479059
Ker. Carl Chipman- 389-0615
Ushers - Ell.
Mike Durso - 647-4324
Wayne Clark - 626-1479
Religious Education
Bruce Santiago- 647-6080
Connie Burke - 647-8104
Jo Loudenslager 647-7724
Catherine Unverzagt 647-3848
Finance Council
Mike Durso - 647-4324
Connie Hemstreet - 647-6080
Mike Durso - 647-4324
Parish Council
Billie Bartosik - 647-7994
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Decimoséptimo Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
26 de julio de 2015
A ti, Señor, sus ojos vuelven
todos y tú los alimentas a su
tiempo.— Salmo 145 (144):15
Al oír las narraciones de cómo Eliseo y Jesús multiplican los alimentos, y el salmo responsorial sobre
como la mano del Señor nos alimenta, es fácil caer en
la tentación de pasar por alto el maravilloso himno de
la carta a los efesios en la Segunda lectura. El himno
se centra en los números más potentes de la tradición
bíblica: el uno, el tres y el siete. La médula del himno
es el número uno, repetido siete veces. Tres de ellas se
refieren a la Iglesia: un solo cuerpo, un solo Espíritu,
como también una sola es la esperanza. Los próximas
tres son los fundamentos de la Iglesia: un solo Señor,
una sola fe, un solo bautismo. Y todos estos se juntan
en un solo Dios y Padre de todos. La idea de repetir
los milagros obrados por Eliseo y por Jesús al alimentar las multitudes nos desalienta, claro está, pero la
carta a los efesios nos ofrece un modo más realizable
de vivir como Iglesia y de alimentar a los demás en la
Iglesia: ser siempre humildes y amables; ser comprensivos y soportarnos mutuamente con amor, y esforzarnos en mantenernos unidos en el Espíritu con el
vínculo de la paz. ¿Quién de nosotros no puede
“alimentar” a la comunidad de la Iglesia viviendo de
esta manera? Es verdad que siempre estamos llamados a “alimentar” al mundo en el sentido literal de la
palabra, pero nuestra misión como Iglesia también
nos dice que a los demás también hay que alimentarlos por la manera en que vivimos y actuamos cada
momento de cada día. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Carl Chipman- 389-0615
Fran Allen - 647-6407
Knights of Columbus Donald Odom—845-665-6862
Hank Bartosik - 647-7994
Parish Network
Jim Reilly - 626-8223
Imre Beke - 647 - 6080
Imre Beke - 647 - 6080
Women’s Faith Circle Nancy George - 985-7907
Catholic Charities
340-9170 x 102
Ulster Vicariate
Kathleen Smith 626-7477
Right to Life
Anthony Pinque - 647-4183
Church Cleaners
Noreen Dechon - 647-8639
Sis Ortlieb - 626-4828
Grounds Keepers
All organizations are in need of more people.
If you are interested, please make a call.
We thank ALL in our organizations for your
fine service to our parish.
Remembering our Fathers.
Envelopes can be found at the doors
of the church. They will be kept on
our altars to the end of July.
Every Good Friday, our parish
portrays a live Stations of the Cross
through the streets of
DVD’s of this year’s
procession are on sale now
for only $10.00 !
Please call the rectory to obtain
your own copy.
The Knights of Columbus
was founded on the principles
of Unity, Fraternity and
Charity, the greatest of
these is Charity.
Their biggest fundraiser is their
Annual Golf Tournament being held at
The Rondout Country Club in Accord,
NY on Saturday, September 19th.
More details to follow.
Thank You Fr. Raju for
being here
with us this summer.
We pray you have a safe
journey back home to India.
God Bless you and your work
with the children.
The devotion to the Eucharist is the most noble
because it has God as its object; it is the most
profitable for salvation, because it gives us the
Author of Grace; it is the sweetest, because the
Lord is Sweetness Itself.
(Pope St. Pius X)
We have Silent
Eucharistic Adoration
Every Wednesday
St. Mary & St. Andrew’s
Noon until 3pm.
“Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.”
Matthew 11: 28
Please join us for this most noble devotion
to the Eucharist.
We Have a Website www.smsaparish.org
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Annual Cardinal’s
Stewardship Appeal
As seen in the last Catholic New York,
page 9, we have exceeded our goal in
To date, 148 families have donated or
pledged to the appeal.
Our goal is 100% participation in
stewardship to our church. Please do
whatever you can, no matter the
amount. Don’t forget, 60% of
everything we donate over goal comes
back to our parish.
There are envelopes at the doors
of the church. God Bless!