St. Ann Parish
St. Ann Parish
“To Grow in Grace Through Jesus Christ”
FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
• 502 South Main Street
Phoenixville, PA 19460
• Phone: 610-933-3732
• Fax: 610-935-7958
• [email protected]
• www.churchofsaintann.org •
Facebook St. Ann Parish Phoenixville
Rev. John J. Newns
Email: [email protected]
Retired Priest in Residence
Rev. Joseph A. Heim, M.M.
Email: [email protected]
Deacon Daniel T. Giblin
Email: [email protected]
Holy Family School
Principal-Ann Marie Braca
Liturgy & Sacramental Preparation
PREP Julie Prichett,
Brett Illig, [email protected]
Sr. Marie Rose Gibson, R.S.M.
Sr. Rose Marie Martell, MSBT
Tom Denny, [email protected]
NOVEMBER 30, 2014
604 South Main Street
7:30, 9:30, 11:30 AM & 6:00 PM
Sacred Heart Church
148 Church Street
Saturday: 3:45 - 4:30 PM Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday: 5:00 PM Vigil Mass
Weekdays and Holy Days
Mass schedule listed in the bulletin
St. Ann: 305 W. Pothouse Road, Hours 8 AM - 3PM
Sacred Heart: 1261 Fillmore Street
Church Main Street & Third Avenue
Church is open:
Mon - Fri: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat: 9:00 AM - Noon
WEEKLY DEVOTIONS IN CHURCH
Rosary: Monday thru Thursday 7:35 AM
Miraculous Medal Novena: Tues after 8:00 AM Mass
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Tues after 8:00 AM
Mass or call the Rectory to make an appointment.
Infant of Prague Novena: Wednesday 7:55 AM
Eucharistic Adoration: Wednesday 8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
CONTACT THE LITURGY AND SACRAMENTAL
PREPARATION OFFICE AT 610-639-0923 FOR:
CONTACT THE RECTORY FOR THE FOLLOWING
PARISH OFFICE BUSINESS HOURS - 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM,
BAPTISM - Parents of children to be baptized are required to
Mon - Fri. Submit all bulletin materials by Noon Monday.
attend a Pre-Jordan session. Please make arrangements well
CHANGES in address or phone number.
in advance of the birth of your child.
MARRIAGE - Make arrangements one year in advance.
PARISH REGISTRATION takes place in the Rectory after the
RCIA - To become a fully initiated member of the Catholic 11:30 AM Mass.
EUCHARISTIC MINISTRY - Eucharist is brought to those
PREP CLASSES - All public school students Grades K-6 are
expected to participate in PREP (Parish Religious Education
Program). Classes are held on Sundays from 10:45 AM 12:05 PM and Tuesdays from 6:25 - 7:45 PM.
Call Julie at 610-755-1077.
unable to come to Mass because of sickness or age.
ANOINTING OF PEOPLE WHO ARE SICK - In the event of
an emergency contact the Rectory at any time. Anointings
can be requested before a planned hospital visit.
FROM THE PASTOR
HAPPY NEW YEAR & HAPPY ADVENT – Today we celebrate both the first day of the Year of Grace
2015 and the start of the penitential season of Advent. It strikes me that on the first day of each Church
Year, our Tradition directs our attention to the last day: the end of time, the final coming of the Christ, the
consummation of creation. T.S. Eliot wrote: “And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we
started, and know the place for the first time.” Having arrived yesterday at the end of the Year of Grace
2014, have we gained any more insight into the purpose of life and are we living in greater conformity with
what we have been graced to see?
Was Macbeth correct when he said, “life is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing”,
or does life have a point, an end, a purpose, a goal—in short, meaning? Is there a point in relation to which
the discrete, distinct, disparate events of life might find shape and sense, contour and coherence? Is there
a focus, a center around which our experiences might be ordered so as to offer a thread, a connecting of
dots, a narrative, a tale signifying not only something, but something wonderful? Yes, there is one point
(“uni”) around which all turns (“verse”)—Jesus Christ, the King of the Universe; the Still-Point in a whirling
cosmos, the Alpha-Point from which all that is has emerged, the Omega-Point toward Whom all creation is
Meaning derives from context. Life has meaning because life has a context into which life itself can be
located. Christ is the context for it is in Him that “we live, and move, and have our being” (see Acts 17:28;
see “What Fits Into What?” at the Pastor’s Portion of our parish website). This is why we Christians can
“tell” time: we can tell time that it has a pivotal, focal, central event that gives time itself meaning. And so
we tell time that it is demarked as being “Before Christ” (B.C.) or “After Christ” (A.D. for Anno Domini;
Year of the Lord).
The word Advent means “Coming,” and the coming of Christ has three senses: 1) His first coming in
Bethlehem; 2) his final coming toward which today’s liturgy directs us; and 3) what St. Bernard called
Christ’s “middle” coming meaning when the Lord comes into our consciousness and calls us to lives of
continuing conversion. When we take the next step into a deeper relationship with the Truth about life, self,
other, and God we are being formed by and in Christ
A synonym for ongoing conversion is Penance, and so we begin the new Year of Grace with a penitential
season. This Advent 91 of our children will meet the Lord in the Sacrament of Penance for the first time,
and during Advent Fr. Heim and I will be available more frequently each week for Confessions. The
schedule for Confessions as well as materials to help adults examine their conscience and consciousness
are available in our worship sites and on our Parish Website.
Have you noticed that during Sunday Masses our lectors explicitly acknowledge and reverence the Altar
as our focal point as they approach and depart from the ambo (pulpit). Churches have been called
“Sermons in Stone” or “Words in Wood.” Structure speaks. Architecture articulates what cannot be
expressed verbally. Every Catholic Church in the world has the same center of gravity, the same focus, the
same “still point” that balances the entire edifice, namely: The Altar, which is our pre-eminent symbol for
Christ, the King of the Uni-verse: the One around whom everything, every moment and everyone revolves.
Check the photo I call “A Revolutionary Community” at the Pastor’s Portion of our parish homepage.
2014 DAY OF SANCTIFICATION FOR PRIESTS - This Monday, December 1, the priests of the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia will gather at the Seminary with Archbishop Chaput for their annual Advent day
of prayer and reflection on the Sacred Priesthood. Please pray for all priests of the Archdiocese, especially
today and Monday, with the following prayer from the Roman Missal:
Lord our God, who in governing your people make use of the ministry of priests,
grant to these men a persevering obedience to your will, so that by their ministry
and life they may gain glory for you in Christ, who lives and reigns with you
in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
POPE FRANCIS WILL ATTEND THE WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES
This Sunday, November 30, everyone is invited to the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter &
Paul for a Holy Hour for the Family and Mass for the First Sunday of Advent with the
blessing and distribution of Replicas of the Holy Family Iconic Painting. During the 6:30 PM Mass our
Archbishop will bless and distribute small replicas of the WMOF Holy Family iconic painting to everyone in
attendance. This Mass will be preceded by a Holy Hour for the Family starting a 5:30 with the opportunity for
Confessions to be heard.
Host Families Needed for the World Meeting of Families--Philadelphia 2015
So many people have asked “How can I help with the World Meeting of Families – Philadelphia 2015?”
Thousands and thousands of visitors from around the U.S. and the world are expected to join us next
September. One way to help is to host a family. There is now a host family program to supplement the hotel
rooms in the region. Homestay, a Dublin company, works every day to match host families with visitors with an
online system and they created a special online host family site just for WMOF 2015. Parishioners, school
families, and other area residents can easily sign up online to be host families. Hosts list specific
accommodations they can offer, household rules, and language preferences on the web site and visitors search
for a match. If you have any questions about Homestay, please email [email protected]
TO GROW IN GRACE THROUGH JESUS CHRIST, TOGETHER.
AID FOR FRIENDS - If you can assist us by creating
single serving meals with leftovers for the
homebound in our community, you can pick up
empty trays and supplies and drop meals off at:
602 S. Main St.
HOLY FATHER’S PRAYER INTENTIONS
FOR DECEMBER 2014
Universal: That the birth of the Redeemer may
bring peace and hope to all people of good will.
Sunday 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM and 5:30 - 7:00 PM
For Evangelization: That parents may be true
evangelizers passing on to their children the
precious gift of faith.
For more information call Kate at
610-933- 3814 or [email protected]
NEED A RIDE - HOPE volunteers drive people in
need to appointments or on essential errands,
Monday - Friday, 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Schedule a
ride 4 days in advance.
TODAY’S READINGS - While the blue Gather
books in pews function primarily as hymnals, we
want to point out that the Biblical Readings for this
Lord’s Day (First Sunday of Advent, Year B) may be
found in Gather at number (992). Additional Mass
Prayers such as the Confiteor, the Gloria and the
Creed can be found just inside the front cover of
Nov. 1 - 30: Mary Ann Fennell at 610-933-1058
Dec. 1 - 15: Maureen Braun at 484-924-8533
Dec. 16 - 31: Pat Solomon at 610-933-8693
Necesita un “RIDE” - Nuestro Ministerio HOPE tiene
voluntaries disponibles para llevarlo a citas
esenciales de lunes a liernes, de 7 AM a 4 PM.
Para coordinar esta actividad por favor llame a Rosa
Padilla al 484-302-6056 con 4 días de anticipación.
Table Fellowship for the
Week of November 30
If you or anyone you know could use a
hot meal and some company this week, you are
invited to the Table for:
NEIGHBOR?” - During
Advent and Christmas
all funds received via our Parish Poor Boxes will be
designated to help our brothers residing in the Good
Samaritan Shelter here in Phoenixville.
Lunch - Monday - Friday
St. Peter’s Church, 121 Church St.
from Noon to 1:00 PM
Breakfast - Saturday
St. Peter’s Church, 121 Church St.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
SUNDAY MISSALS for the 2015 Church Year are
available for purchase in the Rectory for $3.00.
THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 30, 2014
FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
FIRST DAY OF THE YEAR OF GRACE 2015
First Sunday of Advent
7:30 AM Mass in Chapel
9:30 AM Mass in Chapel
11:30 AM Mass in Chapel
6:00 PM Mass in Chapel
5:45 PM - Youth Choir (Chapel)
7:00 PM - Adult Choir (Chapel)
7:00 PM - ESL Classes (Church Hall 1, 2, 3 & 4)
Welcome to Fr. Tyson Wood, Chaplain (Lieutenant
Colonel) US Army will lead us in prayer at today’s
9:30 AM Mass.
Parish Advent Meal - All of our members and their
guests are invited to share a meal in St. Ann Church
Hall this Friday. Although we will pray Grace and
start serving at 6:00 PM, you are welcome to arrive
anytime up to 7:00 PM.
6:30 PM - Safe Environment Class (Chapel)
7:30 PM - Legion of Mary (Church Hall 2)
7:00 AM - Men’s Bible Study (Church Hall)
8:00 AM Mass in Church
Confirmation 2015 – This Saturday at 9:00 AM in
Chapel there will be a meeting for parents who are
interested in their children being prepared to receive
the Sacrament of Confirmation next Fall. For more
information contact Brett at 610-304-6222 or
8:30 AM - Confessions (Church)
6:25 PM - PREP K-6 (Church, School)
6:30 PM - Jr. High Youth Group (Church Hall)
7:00 - 9:30 PM - Advent by Candlelight: A Women’s
Evening of Reflection (Sacred Heart Church Hall)
9:00 AM - Rosary Makers Guild (Church Hall)
8:00 AM Mass in Church
St. John Damascene
First Penance – We will gather in
St. Ann Church this Saturday at Noon
for the third of four celebrations of First
Penance. Please keep our children in
prayer as they encounter Jesus for the
first time in this wonderful Sacrament of Mercy. See
page 4 of bulletin for names.
St. Francis Xavier
8:00 AM Mass in Church
8:30 AM - 7:30 PM Eucharistic Adoration (Church)
Join the students and families of Holy
Family School at our annual Christmas
Show this Wednesday at 9:30 AM and
7:00 PM in St. Ann’s Chapel. Our first,
third, and sixth graders join together to
present this beautiful tradition which
enriches our Advent journey and reminds us of the true
gift of Christmas, the birth of Jesus!
3:45 PM - Confessions (Sacred Heart Church)
Vigil of Second Sunday of Advent
5:00 PM Mass in Sacred Heart Church
THIS WEEK’S SCRIPTURES
6:15 PM - ESL Classes (Church Hall, 1, 3 and 4)
7:00 PM - Charismatic Prayer (Church Hall 2)
7:00 PM -RCIA (Rectory2)
Is 63:16b-17,19b;64:2-7/1 Cor 1:3-9/
Mon: Is 2:1-5/Mt 8:5-11
Tues: Is 11:1-10/Lk 10:21-24
Wed: Is 25:6-10a/Mt 15:29-37
Thu: Is 26:1-6/Mt 7::21,24-27
Is 29:17-24/Mt 9:27-31
Is 30:19-21,23-26/Mt 9:35—10:1,5a,6-8
Sun: Is 40:1-5,9-11/2 Pt 3:8-14/Mk 1:1-8
7:00 PM - Theology of the Body (Sacred Heart
Church) Our parish will sponsor a talk titled “The
Theology of the Body in a Secular World” by
Meghan Cokeley, Director of the Archdiocesan Office
for the New Evangelization
First Penance – Please pray for the following children who will be making their
First Penance on Saturday, December 6:
SPECIAL COLLECTION – Next weekend
we will join the other Catholics of our
nation in the annual collection to support
the Retirement Fund for Religious.
More than 40,000 religious women and
men who dedicated their lives to God and
to helping others now need our help. Our donations will
help with living expenses and the cost of health care for
elderly religious who have no pension and only minimal
Social Security benefits. Place your special envelope
for the Religious Retirement Fund into the basket along
with your regular envelope for the support of our parish.
Please make your checks out to “St. Ann Parish.” For
more details see www.retiredreligious.org.
SANTA IS COMING AND BAKERS ARE
NEEDED - On Sunday, December 14
Santa Claus will be in the Church Hall after
the 9:30 and 11:30 Masses. The
Women’s Guild will also be having a Bake
Sale. Proceeds will go to A Baby’s Breath.
For information call Karen at 610-933-4241.
ST. ANN PARISH
Presented by our PREP students
Sunday, December 14
St. Ann Chapel
VIETNAMESE MASS & SOCIAL – Fr. Peter Quinn will
preside at Mass for the Vietnamese Community next
Sunday at noon in St. Ann Church. The Community
will have a social in the Church Hall after Mass.
All are Welcome!!
A collection to benefit children at Devereux will
take place before the service.
New blankets, socks, hats, gloves, and scarves
for boys and girl ages 10-17 will be accepted
beginning at 3:15 PM outside of Chapel.
HOLY FAMILY HOME AND SCHOOL
will host the first annual “Jingle Jam”
Sunday night, December 7, in the school
cafeteria. Decorate cookies, dance a
little, visit Santa and check out “Santa’s
Secret Workshop” for some early
shopping. The cost of the event is $10 per family, and
we ask that you contribute a non-perishable food item
For more info, contact us at
[email protected] or 610-933-7562.
Sacred Heart Church Hall
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OUR PATRON SAINT – Our Lady of
Guadalupe is for sure the patron saint of
Mexico; however, in 1999 Pope John Paul II
declared her to be the patron saint of all the
Americas. In addition to morning devotions
and Mass on Friday December 12, our
parish will also celebrate more festively on Sunday
December 14, with a bilingual Mass at 2:00 PM in
Sacred Heart Church, preceded by an outdoor
procession and followed by food and fellowship in
Sacred Heart Cafeteria accompanied by Mariachis.
Habra lectura para los niños 10-11 AM y actividades
de 11-12. Aseguren venir a tiempo par alas lectura.
There will be reading session with the children from
10-11 AM and activities from 11-12. Please be on
time, thank you.
20 diciembre - Fiesta navideña – el tema “así
celebramos en mi país”; Christmas feast – the theme
“this is how we celebrate in my country” – potluck.
For more information please call Sr. Rose Marie
Martell, MSBT at 215-866-6516.
HOLIDAY GIVING – Wish Lists for a number of local human service agencies (Mom’s
House, St. Mary’s Franciscan Shelter, Good Samaritan Shelter, PACS, The Clinic, A Baby’s
Breath) are currently posted in the Main Street Lobby of Chapel, Church and on our website.
Each week will have a different one listed in the bulletin.
2014 CHRISTMAS WISH LIST
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STAPLES, WAWA AND TARGET
2014 WISH LIST
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Gift Cards: Giant, Acme, Home Depot
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Please call the Shelter at 610-933-3097
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145 S. Main St.
REMEMBER OUR SICK
Alicia Andrews, David Annable, Gioconda Annable, Chad Berish,
Beth Booth, Ashley Rose Bukay, Ed Cain, Leroy Campbell, Dave
Cocci, Angeline Costello, John Daly, Joe Demyan, Michael
DiArcangelo, Lucille Dickson, Lida Dickinson, Lucille Dickson,
Barbara Douglas, Marie Dvorak, Tom Fedick, Daniel Flores,
Maria Foerster, Chris Fuga, Ryan Gerhold, Joe Gibson, Gordon
Gladden, Desiree F. Hennessey, Jean Hoffman, Joseph
Hohenleitner, Angela Hogan, Michael J. Hudak, Jeanette Jelus,
Ann Johnson, Rita Kamerdze-Hadden, Irene King, John Koch,
Theresa Kraynak, Irene Layden, Denise Long, Ray Long, Claire
Maestrale, Pat Malarkey, Steve and Joanne Mardi, Marie
Marosek, Helen McElroy, Rebecca Melvin, Ann Metscher, Ron
Motzer, Tom Moyer, Diane Murray, Karen Nesspor, Georgene
O’Donnell, Marcelo Opiela, Steve Pannella, Florence Paster,
Cindy Patton, Joan Pendergast, Sherman Perkins, Dianne
Litishin Ponzio, Anne Winnick Rabenold, Christine Radoiss,
Katherine Raggazino, Jerry Ratchford, John Riegel, Linda
Rodenbaugh, Raymond Rodenbaugh, Lois Sayell, Robert
Scarangi, Pat Scott, Helen Shoemaker, Lee Shrawder, Margaret
Sim, Jane Sloan, James Smith, Johnna Solomon, Ronald Spitz
Sr., Eleanor Stecz, Marc Stevenson, Debbie Stonier, Aly Taylor,
Ethel Thomas, Glenn Thomas, Lisa Toscani, Don Troncelliti,
Helen Twargoski, Doris Valerio, Jeff Vance, Joe Vargo, Charles
Wertz, Paul Wright, our homebound, parishioners in Nursing
Homes, Hospitals and all serving in the Armed Forces.
GIVING TREE - This year, as in the
past, we are collecting gifts for the
retired IHM Sisters in Camilla Hall.
Please take a gift tag from the
GIVING TREE near the Blessed
Mother statue and return your gift under the tree
by December 14.
HELP NEEDED - We will need
additional people to serve as
MINISTERS OF HOSPITALITY
for Christmas Eve and Christmas
Day. We will have experienced
Ministers of Hospitality at each service to direct
any extra one-time helpers. If you are able to
help, please put your name and phone number
on one of the sheets in the lobby of Chapel, near
the St. Joseph statue, in Sacred Heart Church or
in St. Ann Church.
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