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st. isidore rc church - Saint Isidore RC Church
15TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME—JULY 12, 2015
ST. ISIDORE R. C. CHURCH
622 PULASKI STREET
RIVERHEAD, NY 11901-3038
PHONE (631) 727-2114
FAX (631) 369-3566
EMAIL: sisidor [email protected]
www.saintisidoreriverhead.org
MOST REV. NELSON PEREZ
REV. ROBERT KUZNIK, PASTOR
REV. PIOTR NARKIEWICZ, ASSOCIATE
DEACON MICHAEL A. BONOCORE
REINA BONOCORE, OFFICE
DIANNE MASSIELLO, SPIRITUAL
AND SOCIAL MINISTRIES
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
SECOND & FOURTH
SUNDAYS
1:15 PM ENG / 2:15 POLISH
THE LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST
WEEKDAYS
7:00 AM
Please arrange the date
of baptism through the
Rectory office after
the birth of your child.
SATURDAYS
8:00 AM
SATURDAY EVENINGS
VIGIL MASS 5:00 PM
SACRAMENT OF
MARRIAGE
SUNDAYS
8:00 & 9:15 AM
10:30 AM (Polish)
12:00 Noon
3:30 PM (Latin)
Please call the Rectory
for an appointment at
least six months prior
to the desired date.
RECTORY OFFICE HOURS
SACRAMENT OF
RECONCILIATION
WEEKDAYS
9 AM to 12 Noon
& 1 PM to 4 PM
SATURDAYS
4:00 to 4:45 PM
THURSDAYS BEFORE
FIRST FRIDAYS
4:00 to 5:00 PM
Other times by appointment.
SATURDAYS
By Appointment Only
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
Tuesdays 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Miraculous Medal Novena—Mondays following 7 AM Mass
Morning Prayer - Monday thr u Fr iday 6:30 AM, Satur day 7:30 AM
Altar Rosary Society – First Wednesdays 7 PM
Respect Life Group – Second Wednesdays 7 PM & Every Wednesday 2-4 PM in front of
Planned Parenthood, Riverhead / Knights of Columbus—First Tuesdays 7:30 PM, American Legion Hall /
Columbiettes—Third Tuesdays 7 PM / BINGO—Saturdays 7:30 PM
Our Mission Statement
Lord, God, all creation is yours, and you call us to serve you by caring for the gifts
that surround us. May the example of St. Isidore urge us to share our food with the hungry and to
work for the salvation of mankind. We ask this through our Lord, Jesus Christ, your son, who lives
and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God for ever and ever. Amen.
Saint Isidore, Pray for Us.
ST. ISIDORE R. C. SCHOOL
727-1650 / www.sisriverhead.com
Ms. Helen Anne Livingston, Principal
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
727-1650
Mrs. Jineen Leach
Mrs. Marypat Fitzgerald
VILLA IMMACULATA
Sister Ronald
727-5122
15TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME—JULY 12, 2015
IN LOVING MEMORY
MISSALETTES
Florence, Edward and Edward John, Jr., Danielowich
BREAD AND WINE
SANCTUARY LAMP
Anthony Zaweski
Brian Kizielewicz
MASS INTENTIONS
SATURDAY, JULY 11, 2015
5:00 pm
+ Bruno Madzelan / + John Yakaboski
+ Raymond Zaleski / + Helen E. Zaweski
15TH SUNDAY IN ORD. TIME, JULY 12, 2015
8:00 am
9:15 am
10:30 am
+ Stefan Valovic
+ Phyllis and John Kurpetski
+ Jan Blando (5th A)
+ Joseph LaPurka
(Polish)
+ Wladyslawa & Jozefa Lul
+ Wladyslawa Kopryk
+ Christina Markowski Zambrzyski
+ Tadeusz Zakrzewski / + Alicja Washington
12:00 noon + Chester Wozniakowski
MONDAY, JULY 13, 2015
7:00 am
Intentions of Fr. Robert / Special Intention
TUESDAY, JULY 14 , 2015
7:00 am
+ Mildred Germano
In Thanksgiving for Prayers Answered
WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 2015
7:00 am
Intentions of Fr. Robert
+ Dicky Greene (4th A)
THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2015
7:00 am
Intentions of Fr. Francis Amodio, O.Carm.
Intentions of Very Rev. M. Esposito, O. Carm.
“Truth shall spring out of the earth,
and justice shall look down from
heaven.” ~Psalm 85:12
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Amos said, “The LORD took me from
following the flock, and said to me, Go, prophesy to my
people” (Amos 7:12-15).
Psalm — Lord, let us see your kindness, and grant us
your salvation (Psalm 85).
Second Reading — The God and Father of our Lord
Jesus Christ has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing (Ephesians 1:3-14 [3-10]).
Gospel — Jesus summoned the Twelve and began to
send them out two by two (Mark 6:7-13).
FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2015
7:00 am
+ Joseph Falcetta
+ Julia, Winfield and Frank Robinson
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 2015
8:00 am
5:00 pm
+ Brian Kizielewicz / + Carl Pendzick
Health and Blessings for Donna Condon
The People of the Parish, Living and Deceased
+ Ryszard Pietkun / + Adele R. Colt
+ Carl Tribuzio
16TH SUNDAY IN ORD. TIME, JULY 19, 2015
8:00 am
9:15 am
10:30 am
(Polish)
+ Vincent Kobielski
+ Barbara Wowak
+ Lucyna and Jan Zaniewski
+ Elzbieta Pawlak / + Waclaw Wilczynski
+ Marion Walonoski / + Weronika Wilczek
12:00 noon + Anthony Zaweski (A)
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Ex 1:8-14, 22; Ps 124:1b-8;
Mt 10:34 — 11:1
Tuesday: Ex 2:1-15a; Ps 69:3, 14, 30-31, 33-34;
Mt 11:20-24
Wed:
Ex 3:1-6, 9-12; Ps 103:1b-4, 6-7; Mt 11:25-27
Thursday: Ex 3:13-20; Ps 105:1, 5, 8-9, 24-27;
Mt 11:28-30
Friday: Ex 11:10 — 12:14; Ps 116:12-13, 15,
16bc, 17-18; Mt 12:1-8
Saturday: Ex 12:37-42; Ps 136:1, 23-24, 10-15;
Mt 12:14-21
Sunday: Jer 23:1-6; Ps 23:1-6; Eph 2:13-18;
Mk 6:30-34
PRAY FOR OUR SICK
Josephine Victoria
Marian Klodaski
Lauren Gill
Joanie Johnson
Patricia Repetti
Frances Kenny Valluci
Diana McCarthy
Eleanor Koroleski
Tom Mielnicki
Kevin Bozza
Geraldine Weir
Alanna Fullerton
Eileen & William Ferrara
Cecilia Murphy
Thomas Clark
Feliksa Sawicka
Mary Oleksiak
Barbara Cushieri
Carmine Marando
Claire Maffei
Bruce Stumpf
Dan Massiello
Christopher Wyhowanec
Brian Darmody
Joann Marchese
Charles Sehy
Regina Semon
Florence Kowalsick
Gregg Bedyan
Felix Pierzchanowski
Sheila Aide
Susan Kane
Janet Perry
Sheila Tradeski
Thomas Napolitano
Duke Mader
Sister M. Alexeus
Marie Jacobchek
Tina Catanzaro
Jim DeRosa
Marianne Mirkow
Jessie Kowalska
John Niecko
Brie Redmond
Maryann Spong
George & Barbara Jaeger
Clare Balthazar
Mary Lou Matthews
Stephanie Kane
Tony Condzella
Brian Crowley
Brian Sullivan
Please keep all those serving in the military and their
families in your thoughts and prayers.
WE WELCOME:
DONATIONS
June 28th
July 5th
2015
$ 5,702
$ 7,588
2014
$ 6,042
$ 6,425
2nd COLLECTIONS
This Week, July 12th—Debt Reduction
Next Week, July 19th—Mission Appeal for the
Dominican Republic
The weekend of August 1st and 2nd there will be a
special collection, the proceeds of which will be used
to assist those who are suffering religious persecution
in Syria and Iraq.
THE WEEK AHEAD
Today, Sunday, July 12, 2015
Latin Mass 3:30 PM
Monday, July 13, 2015
Miraculous Medal Novena After 7 AM Mass
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Adoration 12 to 1 PM
Choir 6 PM
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Prayer for Priests 6 to 10 PM—St. Rosalie’s
Saturday, July 18, 2015
BINGO 7:30 PM
Preston McCue & Aisling McDonnell
PRAY FOR OUR
DECEASED
Christine Markowski Zambrzyski
Gisela Lisoski
BULLETIN BLURBS
All bulletin blurbs and inserts must be submitted to
the Rectory office by MONDAY AT NOON.
Thank you !
INVITE MARY INTO
YOUR HOME
The Legion of Mary will set-up the statue of Our Lady
of Fatima in your home and it can remain in your home
for up to two weeks. It involves a 30-minute visit and
will include prayers for your intentions and a recitation
of the rosary to quiet your soul and for you to find
peace and serenity in your life. To sign up to be a stop
on the pilgrimage, just fill out a card found by the
entrances and place the card into the Fatima box.
For more information call Adrienne (369-7933)
or Pat (208-1142).
SAVE THE DATE: October 6, 2015
VATICAN SPLENDORS
HOLY FATHER’S VISIT
“A Journey Through Faith and Art”
To date, we do not have any information from the Archdiocese of New York as to how many tickets there will
be available for our Diocese. Once we hear any news,
we will communicate to you how to obtain the tickets.
Franklin Institute, Philadelphia
$89 per person includes Philadelphia Tour
and transportation.
Please call the Rectory to reserve your seat: 727-2114
WILLS AND BEQUESTS
Having a Will is good stewardship of your finances and possessions. It is a way to provide for
and protect family while supporting the organizations that people care about.
A well-planned will is often the centerpiece of an effective and thoughtful estate plan. When preparing or revising a
will, one makes important choices that make it possible to fulfill personal wishes, such as:


Distributing cash, investments, real estate, and personal property to family and other loved ones.
Providing property management for heirs who may not be prepared to manage their financial affairs.

Reducing taxes and estate settlement costs that could otherwise be due.

Making ‘gifts of a lifetime” to favorite charitable interests.
By preparing and maintaining an up-to-date will, you may save your heirs from problems that can arise when you
fail to plan. In spite of this, more than half of adult Americans reportedly do not have a will.
In most cases, those who own property and are concerned about who ultimately receives it need a will. Regardless
of your age or financial standing, it is important to take charge of deciding who will one day enjoy the property you
have accumulated over your lifetime. Husbands and wives both need a will even if much of their property is held
jointly.
Your will should be reviewed periodically and updated to reflect changes in your life—marriages, births, deaths,
financial gains or losses, and your personal goals. Tax law changes may also prompt a review of your plans. Minor
changes can be accomplished with a codicil, a simple amendment to an existing will. More substantial changes may
require the drafting of a new will. Always consult with your attorney when considering a revision, as handwritten
changes may completely invalidate your will.
If you would like to include gifts to charities, also known as bequests, there are a number of ways you can do so
(specific amount or property, a percentage or a portion of the residue.) Additionally, these gifts can be made in
memory of your loved ones. A charitable bequest is a meaningful way to memorialize someone special to you.
If you would like to create a charitable bequest in your will, please contact the Diocese of Rockville Centre for more
information and the specific legal language that should be used. (Barbara Kilarjian at DRVC 516-379-5210 x229)
ANNUAL CHICKEN
BARBECUE
Sunday, July 26th
4 to 6 PM / Rain or Shine
Eat in or take out.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AFTER MASS
OR AT THE RECTORY
PLEASE JOIN THE LAY CARMELITES OF
THE ST. ELIAS PROVINCE AS WE
CELEBRATE THE
Feast of Our Lady
of Mount Carmel
* PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR PARISH *
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 2015
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR
SETUP AND CLEAN UP
At Our Lady of the Island Shrine
in Manorville
SUMMER SWEEPSTAKES
WINNERS
Marie Barbero, Tom and Aimee Witkop,
Linda Malloy, Emilia Andrychowski and
Kathleen Raynor
Congratulations!
Thank You to all who participated. St. Isidore was
able to raise $21,000 from this fundraiser.
9:00 am Arrival / 9:30 am Morning Prayer /
10:00 am Conference: “A Patter n for Life:
Rule of St. Albert and the Carmelite Laity” Fr.
Patrick McMahon, O. Carm., PhD / 11:30 am
Eucharist (After Mass, ther e will be the
blessing and enrollment of the Brown Scapular) /
12:30 Lunch / 2:00 pm Conference / 3:00 pm
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and
Evening Prayer
For more information call (631) 738-1035
STONY BROOK SCHOOL OF
DENTAL MEDICINE
FREE for ages 1—17
Dental screening, cleaning, fluoride
treatment and sealants
TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2015
2:00 to 6:00 PM
To schedule an appointment, call after 8/3/15
between 9 and 5 PM 631-632-8889
A parent or legal guardian must accompany the child.
Walk-ins will be accepted only if time permits.
CAPTIAL CAMPAIGN
MEMORY BOOK
The new Memory Book has been created in gratitude
for the generosity of the many friends and parishioners of St. Isidore. It can be viewed in the rear of the
church.
PANCHAK PARK
Thank you to the Panchak Family for delivering
and assembling the new playground
at the St. Isidore Pre-School.
SOUTHAMPTON
POLISH FESTIVAL
Saturday, August 1st
2:00 PM
Free festival features Polish food, gift shop, local
authors book signing and an exhibit.
5 PM Concert by the Karkowska Sister Duo with
reception to follow. $20 Adults/$10 Children
Southampton Historical Museum
17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton
(631) 283-2494
RESPECT LIFE CORNER
Perhaps no one has so clearly summarized the
deadly logic of the pro-abortion position
as Mother Theresa.
She declared in her 1979 Nobel Peace Prize speech:
“...If a mother can kill her own child...what is left?
For me to kill you and you to kill me?
There is nothing in between.”
ST. ISIDORE SCHOOL
515 MARCY AVE
RIVERHEAD
631-727-1650
www.sisriverhead.com
OPEN REGISTRATION FOR FALL
GOING ON NOW / CALL US TODAY TO
ARRANGE A TOUR
Jak jest określana Eucharystia
(Katechizm Kościoła Katolickiego)
Wielość nazw, jakimi jest określany ten sakrament, wyraża jego niewyczerpane bogactwo. Każda z nich ukazuje pewien jego aspekt. Nazywa się go:
Eucharystią, ponieważ jest dziękczynieniem składanym Bogu. Greckie wyrazy eucharistein i eulogein przypominają żydowskie błogosławieństwa, które – szczególnie podczas posiłku –
wychwalają dzieła Boże: stworzenie, odkupienie i uświęcenie.
Wieczerzą Pańską, ponieważ chodzi o Ostatnią Wieczerzę, którą Chrystus spożył ze swymi uczniami w przeddzień męki, i zapowiedź uczty godów Baranka w niebieskim Jeruzalem.
Łamaniem Chleba, ponieważ ten obrzęd, charakterystyczny dla posiłku żydowskiego, został wykorzystany przez Jezusa, gdy błogosławił i dawał uczniom chleb jako gospodarz stołu,
zwłaszcza podczas Ostatniej Wieczerzy. Po tym geście uczniowie rozpoznają Jezusa po Zmartwychwstaniu. Pierwsi chrześcijanie będą w ten sposób nazywać swoje zgromadzenia eucharystyczne. Oznacza to, że wszyscy, którzy spożywają jeden łamany Chleb Chrystusa, wchodzą we
wspólnotę z Nim i tworzą w Nim jedno ciało
Zgromadzeniem eucharystycznym (synaxis), ponieważ Eucharystia jest w zgromadzeniu
wiernych, które jest widzialnym znakiem Kościoła.
Pamiątką Męki i Zmartwychwstania Pana.
Najświętszą Ofiarą, ponieważ uobecnia jedyną ofiarę Chrystusa Zbawiciela i włącza w nią
ofiarę Kościoła. Używa się także nazwy ofiara Mszy świętej, "ofiara pochwalna", ofiara duchowa,
ofiara czysta. i Święta, ponieważ dopełnia i przewyższa wszystkie ofiary Starego Przymierza.
Świętą i Boską liturgią, ponieważ celebrowanie tego sakramentu zajmuje centralne miejsce w całej liturgii Kościoła i jest jej najgłębszym wyrazem. W tym samym znaczeniu nazywa się
również ten sakrament celebrowaniem świętych Misteriów. Mówi się także o Najświętszym Sakramencie, ponieważ jest to sakrament sakramentów. Nazwa ta odnosi się szczególnie do postaci eucharystycznych przechowywanych w tabernakulum.
Komunią, ponieważ przez ten sakrament jednoczymy się z Chrystusem, który czyni nas
uczestnikami swojego Ciała i swojej Krwi, abyśmy tworzyli z Nim jedno ciało. Nazywa się jeszcze Eucharystię rzeczami świętymi (ta hagia; sancta) i jest to pierwotne znaczenie "komunii
świętych" (świętych obcowania), o której mówi Symbol Apostolski. Nazywa się ją również chlebem aniołów, chlebem z nieba, lekarstwem nieśmiertelności, wiatykiem.
Mszą świętą, ponieważ liturgia, w której dokonuje się misterium zbawienia, kończy się posłaniem wiernych (missio), aby pełnili wolę Bożą w codziennym życiu.
Trzeci Zakon Karmelitański prowincja św. Eliasza serdecznie zaprasza na uroczystości związane ze świętem Matki Bożej z Góry Karmel.
Sobota, 18 lipca 2015
w Sanktuarium Our Lady of the Island w Manorville
9:00 przybycie. 9:30 modlitwa poranna. 10:00 konferencja 11:30 Eucharystia (po niej błogosławieństwo i nałożenie Szkaplerzy) 12:30 lunch. 14:00 konferencja 15:00 Wystawienie Najściętszego Sakramentu I modlitwa wieczorna.
Wszelkie informacje: tel. 631 7381035
During Eucharistic Adoration, names of all priests in our Diocese will be read.
Please come and pray for our priests.
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
St. Isidore Church #022299
622 Pulaski Street
Riverhead, NY 11901
TELEPHONE
631 727-2114
CONTACT PERSON
Reina Bonocore
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PRINTER
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Transmission Time
Wednesday 12:00
SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION
July 12, 2015
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