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St. John Cantius Parish
St. John Cantius Parish
T h e C a t h o l i c C o m m u n i t y o f B r i d e s b u r g
February 7, 2016
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
4415 Almond Street ~ Philadelphia, PA 19137
Rectory Phone
215-535-6667
Rectory Fax:
215-535-7107
Parish Email
[email protected]
Parish Website
www.stjohncantiusparish.org
Rectory Hours
Monday - Friday, 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Evenings by appointment only, Saturday & Sunday Closed
REV. JOSEPH J. ZINGARO
Pastor
REV. KONSTANTY PRUSZYNSKI
Parochial Vicar
MRS. THERESA DOMBKOSKI
Director of Parish Services
EMAIL
[email protected]
MRS. LISA MARIE REMILLARD
Parish Secretary
Mass Schedule
SATURDAY MASSES: 5:00 P.M. (English)
SUNDAY MASSES:
8:00 A.M., 10:00 A.M. (English)
11:30 A.M. (Polish)
HOLY DAY MASSES
DAILY MASSES:
CONFESSIONS
Vigil Mass 7:00 P.M. (English)
9:00 A.M. (English)
7:00 P.M. (Polish)
8:00 A.M. Mon./Wed./Fri. (English)
8:00 A.M.Tues./Thur. & Sat (Polish)
Saturday 3:30P.M. - 4:15 P.M.
BLESSED TRINITY REGIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL
Ms. Linda Milewski
Principal
215-338-9797
FIRST IMPRESSIONS
We talk about making a good first impression
or falling in love at first sight. Today's scripture
accounts reveal a little bit to us about first
encounters that set in motion some very
important scriptural lives. Isaiah has a
momentous experience of God enthroned while
the seraphim chant "Holy, holy, holy!" (Isaiah
6:3). Paul hints at his conversion and call to be
an apostle when he refers to himself as one
"born abnormally" (1 Corinthians 15:8), which
is to say he is the only apostle--the "least," he
calls himself--who did not know Jesus during
his earthly ministry. We hear Luke's version of
the first impression the disciples had of Jesus,
when they learn an important lesson about
being a follower of Jesus: you can labor all you
want, but if you do not allow the Lord into your
work, it will be in vain. When he enters, get
ready to be amazed.
FINAL IMPRESSIONS
John, the only other evangelist to recount the
story of the miraculous catch of fish, places the
story after the resurrection of Christ from the
dead, not at the beginning of his ministry as
Luke does. Unlike Matthew and Mark, wherein
the disciples follow Jesus upon his call, Luke
seemed to know that his listeners would
comprehend the call to discipleship better if it
followed a miraculous sign. (And Peter's
acknowledgment of his sinfulness echoes
Isaiah's description of his unclean lips.) But
whether it's Luke describing the beginning of
the disciples following Jesus in mission or
John's depiction of the risen Christ preparing
his followers for the mission following his
return to the Father, the point is the same, and
remains the same for us today. Paul expresses it
best. It does not matter who preaches the
Gospel, or where or when, but only that it is,
through the grace of God in us, preached and
believed.
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FEBRUARY 7, 2016
FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MONDAY – FEB 8th
St. Jerome Emiliani; St. Josephine Bakhita; Virgin
8AM(E) For the People of St. John Cantius
TUESDAY – FEB 9th
8AM(P) Thaddeus Przybylowski req. PBA
WEDNESDAY – FEB 10th
Ash Wednesday
8AM(E) ) Terence Rooney req. Kathy Lisiewski
1PM Service for Ashes Distribution
4PM Service for Ashes Distribution
7PM(E) Anne Marie Camac req. family (Chapel)
7PM(P) Mariana I Sawickich Rodzina (Church)
THURSDAY – FEB 11th
Our Lady of Lourdes
8AM(P) John S. Burski Jr. req. John & Nancy
Ochmanski
7PM(P) Kathy Kelly req. Daniella Goral
FRIDAY - FEB 12th
8AM(E) Gerard Daniel req. siblings
7PM Karola i Zelaznickich Rodzina
SATURDAY – FEB 13th
8AM(P) W Intencji Haliny Rodziny
5PM(E) Gross Family req. Flynn Family
SUNDAY – FEB 14th
8AM(E) Betty & John Jastrzemski req. daughter,
Elaine
10AM(E) Laura A. Figaniak req. John, Rick, Laurie, &
Felicia
11:30(P) Ojczyzna
LECTORS / LEKTORZY FOR FEB 14
5PM Anthony Golembiewski
8AM Jason Cook
10AM Lisa Ann Schofield
EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS
FEB 14
5PM Bob & Maryann Moskal & Phyllis Rooney
8AM Veronica Gontarek
10AM Tony & Fran Coppola & Kathy Lisiewski
Please pray for our recently
deceased: Alexander Jarmusik &
Joseph McQuaite. May God grant
them eternal peace in His Presence.
The Second Collection today will be for Parish
Repairs 2/7 . Next week’s is for Parish Religious
Education 2/14 .
ASH WEDNESDAY
SCHEDULE
8AM (E) MASS
1PM (E) SERVICE
4PM (E) SERVICE
7PM (E) MASS IN CHAPEL
7PM (P) MASS IN CHURCH
Our next Baptismal Class will be held on Tuesday,
February 23rd in the Chapel, at 7:00PM. Parents
and Godparents who wish to have their children
baptized must attend this class to prepare them
for the reception of this sacrament . Expectant
parents may also attend this class. Please call the
Rectory to enroll so we can make adequate
arrangements.
FLAME OF LOVE
Flame of Love Meeting
Wednesday, 8:30 AM in
St. Joseph’s Hall.
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Believe it or not, we begin the Season of Lent this week. Ashes will be distributed at all the Masses in Chapel on this Wednesday
- Ash Wednesday - only after the Gospel. Ashes cannot be given after Mass. The Mass schedule is as follows for Ash Wednesday:
8:00 A.M. (English) and 7:00 P.M. (Polish) in Church and 7:00 P.M. (English) in Chapel. Distribution of ashes will also take place
at 1:00 and 4:00 P.M. during a service of the Liturgy of the Word – also in the Chapel. Ashes are a reminder to us of our mortality
and eventual death - and also of our need to repent and change our lives to live in union with Jesus. When the ashes are placed on
your forehead, resolve to do something positive during Lent, that is, something that will improve your spiritual life and make a
lasting impression on all your actions. These Forty Days will go by quickly - let's not waste them.
Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and abstinence. The Bishops of the United States prescribe, as
minimal obligation, that all persons over fourteen years of age are gravely obliged to abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday and all
Fridays of Lent. All persons over eighteen years of age and up to the beginning of their sixtieth year are gravely obliged to fast by
limiting themselves to a single full meal on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.
There will be an Evening Mass during Lent celebrated at 7:00 (Monday, Wednesday and Friday in Polish; Tuesday and Thursday in
English) to give those who work an opportunity to attend Mass before they get home. We encourage everyone to attend Mass and to
receive Holy Communion daily, to use frequently the Sacrament of Penance, to undertake spiritual reading, to attend our parish
Lenten devotions (Stations of the Cross every Thursday in English and Friday in Polish at 6:30 P.M.) Gorzkie Zale will be sung on
Sunday morning at 11:00 after the 10:00 Mass. We also hope that you will participate in Operation Rice Bowl that has aided
countless hungry persons here in the Archdiocese, as well as throughout the world. Attached to this Bulletin is a Rice Bowl. Place
your Lenten sacrifices in it during this Penitential Season and return it on Palm Sunday. Let us make it our pledge to pray for our
parish during this season that God will bless all our parishioners and all our sick that we will all come to know our Lord better.
What to give up for Lent is something we all ponder at this time. “Sacrifice” is the key word here. Jesus showed us that sacrifice is at
the core of authentic love. Some areas that many Catholics focus on in their Lenten sacrifice:
A type of food
Television or internet time
Unnecessary spending or shopping
Alcohol or caffeine
We could also go beyond Sunday Mass and use Lent as a chance to broaden and deepen our spiritual lives by:
Attending Mass during the week
Read and pray with the Mass Readings that are published in this bulletin every week
Pray the Stations of the Cross, either individually or in our parish
Pray the Rosary
Spend time in Eucharistic Adoration on Wednesday in our Chapel
Do some spiritual reading – suggested book - Rediscovering Jesus,
Participate wholeheartedly in the Rice Bowl Program
These are only suggestions; there is so much each of us can do. I pray that we all have a beneficial 40 days of preparation for Easter.
The Lenten Retreat in the Polish Language will begin this Wednesday, February 10th , and will continue on Friday and Saturday at
7:00 PM. Evening Mass and homily on Thursday will be in Polish and will be celebrated and given by Fr. Jozef Krajewski who has
celebrated Mass here many times. The Retreat will be in the Chapel. The Stations of the Cross in English will begin at 6:30 PM
on Thursday before the Retreat begins. PLEASE NOTE: Mass will be in Polish this Thursday.
The total amount given for the Christmas Collection is $24,206.00. This generosity that you have shown is outstanding. You have
also shown me how truly good you are and how much you love St. John Cantius Parish. There is much joy in giving – whether it be
financially by money donated, by time offered freely or by talent shared. The “good feeling” that we experience is shared and
spreads from person to person. Christmas and its true meaning go beyond the day we celebrate it on December 25th. It will be - and
is - celebrated every day of our journey in life. Keep being the “Giver” and the “Gift” and our parish will always flourish and be
strong.
OUR DYNAMIC CATHOLIC THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: I know this for certain: God is at work in your life. Look for
him in people, events, and circumstances and you will find him beckoning you.
AND A SECOND THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Even a blind man knows when he is in the presence of a bright light. Be that
bright light in the world. Let your light shine!”
Remember the Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic:
PRAYER
STUDY
GENEROSITY
EVANGELIZATION
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Wierzcie lub nie, rozpoczynamy Wielki Postu w tym tygodniu. Popiołem głowy będziemy posypywać na wszystkich
Mszach Św. w kaplicy tylko po Ewangelii. Popiołem nie można posypywać po Mszy. Harmonogram nabożeństw jest następujący:
w Środą Popielcową o godzinie 08: 00 Msza Św. w języku angielskim,
o 19: 00 Msza w języku Polskim w Kościele i o 19: 00 w języku angielskim w kaplicy.
Ponad to o godzinie 13: 00 i 16: 00 podczas Liturgii słowa w kaplicy będziemy posypywać Glowy popiołem.
Popiół ten przypomina nam o naszej śmiertelności i ewentualnej śmierci a także o potrzebie pokuty i zmiany naszego życia
do życia w jedności z Jezusem. Kiedy popiół znajdzie się na twoim czole, postanów cos prywatnego czasie tego Wielkiego Postu.
Cos, co pomoże Ci poprawić twoje życie duchowe i odciśnie trwały znak na twoich działaniach. Te czterdzieści minie szybko – nie
zmarnujcie ich.
Środa Popielcowa jest dniem postu i abstynencji. Biskupi Stanów Zjednoczonych zalecają minimalne zobowiązania dla
wszystkich osób powyżej lat czternastu do powstrzymania się od jedzenia mięsa w Środę Popielcową i wszystkie piątki Wielkiego
Postu. Wszystkie osoby powyżej osiemnastego roku życia i do początku roku sześćdziesiątego obowiązuje ograniczenie się do
zjedzenia tylko jednego pełnego posiłku w Środę Popielcową i Wielki Piątek.
W okresie Wielkiego Postu będą odprawiane Msze Św. wieczorem o godzinie 19:00. W poniedziałek, środę i
piątek w języku polskim; we wtorek i w czwartek języku angielskim, aby dąć okazje uczestniczenia we Mszy Św. osobom
pracującym. Zachęcamy wszystkich do udziału we Maszach i przyjmowaniu Komunii Św. (korzystaniu w sakramentu pokuty,
czytaniu duchowej lektury, udziału w parafialnych nabożeństwach wielkopostnych jak: Droga Krzyżowa o godzinie 18:30 w jazdy
Czwartek w języku angielskim i każdy piątek w języku polskim. Gorzkie żale będę śpiewane w niedziele miedzy godzinie 11:00 a
11:30. Mamy również nadzieje ze będziecie uczestniczyć w programie „Miska Ryżu” który wspomaga niezliczonym głodnym
ludziom tutaj w Archidiecezji a także na całym świecie. Kartonik „Miski Ryżu” dołączony jest do dzisiejszego biuletynu. Umieść w
nim swoje ofiary pokutne w tym wielko postnym sezonie i zwróć je w niedziele Palmowa. Uczyńmy tez nasze zobowiązanie
modlitwy za nasza parafie aby Bóg błogosławił wszystkim naszym parafianom i wszystkim naszym chorym abyśmy wszyscy
poznali lepiej naszego Pana.
Propozycje, z czego można zrezygnować i nad czym można się zastanowić w tym czasie. „Ofiara” jest słowem kluczowym.
Jezus pokazał nam ze ofiara jest centrum prawdziwej miłości. W niektórych obszarach wielu katolików koncentruje się na
Wielkopostnych ofiarach jak:
Rodzaj żywności
Czas poświęcany telewizji lub Internetu
Zbędne wydatki lub zakupy
Abstynencji od alkoholu lub kofeiny
Możemy również uczestniczyć w poza-niedzielnych Mszach i okres Wielkiego Postu przeznaczyć na poszerzenie i
pogłębienie naszego życia duchowego przez:
Uczestniczenia we Mszy Św. w tygodniu
Czytanie i modlenie się czytanek, które są publikowane w tym biuletynie co tydzień
Odprawianie Drogi Krzyżowej, indywidualnie lub w kaplicy
Odmawianie różańca
Spędzanie czas na adoracji eucharystycznej w środę w naszej kaplicy
Czytanie lektur duchowych – sugeruje książkę „Odnaleźć Jezusa”
Udziału z całego serca w Programie „Miski Ryżu”.
Są to tylko propozycje, które każdy z nas może wykonać. Modlę się, aby wszyscy korzystnie wykorzystali te 40 dni postu
przygotowanie się do świąt Wielkanocy.
Rekolekcje Wielkopostne w języku polskim rozpoczną się w tą środę 10 Lutego i będą trwały w czwartek, piątek i sobotę
o godzinie 19:00 w kaplicy. Homilia i Msza Św. będzie w czwartek w języku polskim natomiast stacje Drogi Krzyżowej w języku
angielskim rozpoczną się o 18: 30, przed rozpoczęciem polskiej rekolekcji. Ks. Jozef Krajewski, który odwiedził naszą parafię już
kilku razy, będzie prowadził tegoroczne rekolekcje. Przypominamy ze Msza w języku Polskim odprawiamy każdą o sobotę rano o
8:00.
Łączna kwotą którą ofiarowaliście na Boze Narodzenie wynosi $ _____________. Wasza hojność jest wspaniała. Również
pokazaliście mi jacy naprawdę jesteście dobrzy i jak bardzo kochacie Parafie św. Jana Kantego. Istnieje wiele radości w dawaniu czy to pieniędzy, ofiarowanie wolnego czasu lub podzielenie się swoimi talentami. Dobroć której doznaliśmy rozprzestrzenia się z
człowieka na człowieka. Boże Narodzenie, które obchodzimy 25 grudnia i jego znaczenie wykracza poza te datę. Powinno być i jest
celebrowane każdego dnia naszej podroży przez życie. Bądź „Dawca” i „Darem” a nasza parafia zawsze będzie silna i nadal będzie
się rozwijać.
Nasza Dynamiczna Katolicka Myśl Tygodnia Wiem, że to pewne: Bóg działa w życiu. Spójrz na niego w ludziach,
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A Druga Dynamiczna Katolicka Myśl Tygodnia: Nawet ślepiec wie, kiedy jest w obecności światła. Bądź, tym światłem w
świecie. Niech wasze światło świeci!
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WEARIN OF THE GREEN CA$H
PRIZE BINGO
Sunday, March 13, 2016
Collection Count for Jan. 31, 2016
Attn Env
Cash Checks
Total
5pm
137 90 $779
$1,412
$2,191
8am
68
43 $537
$300
$837
10am 133
77 $817
$954
$1,771
11:30 178
87 $925
$605
$1,530
Total 516 297 $3,058 $3,271
$6,329
HS
Mailed In
1
9
$2
$30
$274
$2
$304
Doors open at 12:30 PM Bingo starts at 2:00 PM
ALL CA$H PRIZES
St. John Cantius Parish Auditorium
4435 Almond Street, Philadelphia, PA
Tickets $30.00 10 Games, Buffet Lunch, Beverage,
Dessert
BYOB
50-50
Basket Raffle
Limited Seating
Chances for Special Prizes
Cash Only
Must be purchased by March 6, 2016
NO TICKETS SOLD AT DOOR.
Tables of 10+ may be reserved.
Wear something Green or Bring a Toiletry item or
men’s white socks to donate to St. John’s Hospice,
to enter into a special drawing. Tickets sold at
rectory during rectory hours & at Weekend Masses.
Call for information 215-535-6667.
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READINGS
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All
Saints Seniors
are 9-13;
havingPs a132:6-7,
trip to8-10;
Sands
Monday:
1 Kgs 8:1-7,
Casino in Bethleham
on Monday March 7th Cost
Mk 6:53-56
is
$27.00. Bonus
$20.0027-30;
Slots Ps
& 84:3-5,
$5.00 Food.
Tuesday:
1 Kgs of
8:22-23,
10-11;
For info callMk
Ann7:1-13
215-533-3984.
Wednesday: Jl 2:12-18; Ps 51:3-6ab, 12-14, 17;
2 Cor 5:20 — 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday: Dt 30:15-20; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 9:22-25
Friday:
Is 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6ab, 18-19; Mt
9:14-15
Saturday: Is 58:9b-14; Ps 86:1-6; Lk 5:27-32
Sunday:
Dt 26:4-10; Ps 91:1-2, 10-15;
Rom 10:8-13; Lk 4:1-13
Catholic Relief 63 $261
$131
St. Vincent
196 $1,296
Grand Total
$3,351 $3,676
Total Deposit
$7,027
St. Vincent Deposit
$1,296
$392
$1,296
$7,027
COLLECTION COUNTERS FOR SUNDAY
Feb 7 Joan Reed & Michelle Skalski
Feb 14 Joseph Foster
Feb 21 Lucille Mocarski & Terry Casey
Feb 28 Connie Perrault & Maryann Marszalek
PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Please support Troop 120
Pancake
Breakfast
a
Bridesburg Tradition since
1932.
Sunday, March 6th at St. John Cantius Auditorium
from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm.
We are trying to raise funds to help achieve our
goal of a Summer 2016 Road trip. We would like to
visit all 120 State Parks in the State of Pennsylvania
(not all this summer). We would like to check off a
few this summer, and need help to make this
dream a reality.
The cost is $7.00 for Adults and $4.00 for Children.
We are going to have tables with crafts (or flea
market stuff) for sale as well. If you would like to
sell your stuff, please contact Jodi at 215-869-4411,
$20.00 per table.
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St. John Cantius 3rd
Annual Fish Fry
Friday, February 19th
Menu: Fish or Shrimp, 2 sides, Beverage and
Dessert
(BYOB)
Dinner served 4 to 7 PM in the Cafeteria
Tickets: $12.00
Available before and after Masses and at the rectory
Info call 215-535-6667
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 7, 2016
I will give thanks to you, O LORD,
with all my heart,
for you have heard the words
of my mouth.
— Psalm 138:1
Continued from Page 4
Pamiętaj Cztery znaki Dynamicznego Katolika:
MODLITWA
NAUKA
HOJNOŚĆ
Save the Date:
Sat. April 16th Polish Dinner Night
Sat. May 14th Italian Dinner Night
EWANGELIZACJA
If you know of a shut-in in need and is interested in the Aid for Friends meals program, please contact
the Rectory at 215-535-6667 ( and they will direct your call) or Dori Michalak 215-533-4787. An
arrangement will be made for someone to visit the prospective client one time only to take down
necessary information and to see if the person qualifies for the program. The program consists of one
home-cooked meal a day, 7 days/wk and (when available one or two breakfasts a week).
Once again, thank you to all those generous people who make meals for us here at St. John’s and also
those charitable persons who give of themselves weekly or bi-weekly to deliver the meals. God Bless you all!
LOTTERY TICKETS
Lottery tickets will be sold in the back of the Chapel or Church
Calendars are now available for distribution. The cost is $5.00 each for the month,
based on the evening of the Pennsylvania Lottery drawing. Daily prizes of $50.00 a day
and Sundays are $100.00. Plus each month a bonus day! Sellers are needed. Tickets
will be sold before and after each Mass. This will be an on going fundraiser. We ask for you help and support
to make this an ongoing success. Thank you for your support of our Parish.
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PRIZE
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Jan 28
Jan 29
Jan 30
Jan 31
Feb 1
Feb 2
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021
579
182
237
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