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St. James Chronicler - Saint James Catholic Church

S T. J A M E S C H U R C H St. James Chronicler 5th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Volume 2011 Iss ue 6 February 6, 2011 GOD'S CALL The person who has bee...

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S T. J A M E S C H U R C H

St. James Chronicler 5th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Volume 2011 Iss ue 6

February 6, 2011 GOD'S CALL The person who has been "saved," who has "heard the good news of salvation," still lives in an unsaved world, a world sadly oblivious to the presence of God. Today's readings outline how the disciple is present in the world. The outline begins with Isaiah: "Share your bread . . . shelter the oppressed . . . clothe the naked" (Isaiah 58:7). Those who hear the word of salvation are not insensitive to the urgent needs of others. Then Paul reminds his flock that he brought Christ to them not in eloquence or wisdom, but by being with them in the "weakness and fear" of their daily lives (1 Corinthians 2:3). Finally, Jesus tells his disciples to go out into the gloom and darkness of the streets of the world and let God's light shine through their good deeds.

We disciples don't save the world. To the extent, however, that we have heard the word of God and been awakened to God's presence, we may spread that word and bring that presence to others. (c) Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.

PHONE: 412-741-6650 FAX: 412-741-4782 200 Walnut Street - Sewickley, PA 15143 EMAIL: [email protected] WEB SITE: www.saintjames-church.com Office Hours: Monday through Friday - 8:30am - 5:00pm

SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE Saturday Vigil - 5:00pm Sunday Morning - 7:30am, 9:30am and 11:30am

Confessions: Saturdays 11:00am - Noon

FEBRUARY 6, 2011

SAINT JAMES CHURCH

WORLD DAY FOR CONSECRATED LIFE - Today we rejoice and celebrate World Day for Consecrated Life. Over the years, many men and women have chosen to live out their baptismal vocation by professing evangelical counsels of poverty, chastity, and obedience. They do this by joining a religious congregation, a secular institute, or through private vows. We pray for these people and ask God to bless our Church with others who will dedicated their lives to God’s service. WORLD MARRIAGE DAY - World Marriage Day will be celebrated next weekend February 12/13. There will be a diocesan celebration of World Marriage Day on Saturday, February 12 at St. John Neumann Parish, Franklin Park. It will begin with Mass at 5:30pm in the church with Very Reverend Robert Guay, VG Vicar for Vicariate 1, as the presider and homilist. Following Mass there will be a wine and cheese reception in the parish hall. A presentation by Reverend Joseph Freedy, Diocesan Director of Vocations, will follow. All engaged and married couples are invited to attend. Donation is $10/ couple. To register please call the Office for Adult and Family Faith Formation at (412)456-3160. NEW SCHEDULE - Attention all Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors and Altar Servers. The new schedule for March through May (which will also include Easter and Holy Week services) is due to come out soon. If you have any conflicts during that time period, please email Karin at [email protected] before 9:00am on Friday, February 18.

REMEMBERING THOSE WHO HAVE DIED - Our hearts reach out to the families of Tomasso Crapis and Philip Lanzarota. Please remember their fami-

FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

lies in your prayers during this time of great loss. May all those who have died in Christ share in his Resurrection. Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

READINGS FOR THE WEEK Gn 1:1-19; Mk 6:53-56 Gn 1:20 -- 2:4a; Mk 7:1-13 Gn 2:4b-9, 15-17; Mk 7:14-23 Gn 2:18-25; Mk 7:24-30 Gn 3:1-8; Mk7:31-37 Gn 3:9-24; Mk 8:1-10 Sir 15:15-20; Ps 119; 1 Cor 2:6-10; Mt 5:17-37 [20-22a, 27-28, 33-34a, 37]

SCOUT SUNDAY—FEBRUARY 13 All scouts (boys and girls) of the parish are invited to attend the annual “Scout Sunday” which will be celebrated at St. James Parish during the 11:30am Mass. We ask scouts to come to the Gathering Space no later than 11:15am in uniform if possible. Come and join us to recognize the scouting movement that celebrates both God and country.

REMEMBERING THE SICK In this space each week, we will let you know who is sick in our parish, and in need of our prayers. Please remember Michael McNally, Robert Sabatelle, Eleanor Skapik, Eleanor Farbo, Mike LoBello, Eleanor Paul, Robbie Hawranko, Sue Etters, Carol Shannon, Carmella Flowers, Rose Spec, Cindy Kuzma, Sandy Rishel, Marcia Hamren, Lee Crocco, Yolanda Corso and Linda Wallace in your prayers.

MINISTRY SCHEDULE FOR FEBRUARY 12 - 14 Mass Time

Altar Servers

Eucharistic Ministers

Lectors

5:00pm Vigil

Rachel & Micaela Becker and Connie Boschetto, Kevin Daily, Dan & Ruth Darragh, Donna Julianna Nicolaus and Peter Peduzzi and Marlene Todd

Tony Cerminaro

7:30am Sunday

Anthony Guy, William and Joshua Leeman

Caroline Brown, Trudy Guy, Sara Hess, Marie Joyce and Ray Schuerger

Earl Bohn

9:30am Sunday

Cora & Emma Saftner and Greg Strong

Kathy & Bob Basl, Bonnie & Larry Megan, Carolyn Verszyla, Beth & Manny Villegas

MaryLu Giver

11:30am Sunday

Stephen, Emily & Grace Jancart

Ibie Alfonso, Ron Carlson, Martin & Joanne McDaniel, Garnette Muders, Paul & Doreen Ropon

Julie Pitcavage

Connie Boschetto & John Tucci

Rich Zalenski

7:30pm Monday

The Sacrament of Baptism is available any Sunday of the month at Hospitalized and Homebound parishioners please contact us or have a fam12:45PM. Couples expecting a child should attend Baptism class. To ily member do so. If you know of a parishioner who is unable to get to make arrangements for a Baptism or class, please call (412) 741-6650. Church and would like to receive Communion, please call (412) 741-6650. The Sacrament of Marriage requires that the couple meet with one of the If you are in need of prayer and would welcome the spiritual support parish priests at least six (6) months before the proposed date of the wedding. of your parish family, please call Carmela 412-741-6790. Please call to make an appointment with one of the priests.

55 PLUS CLUB NEWS

WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY NEWS

Important Notice For All 55 Plus Members The February meeting for the 55 Plus Club will be held on Thursday, February 17. A prayer service will be held in Church at Noon, followed by lunch and entertainment in the Gathering Space at 12:30pm. Luncheon cost is $6 per member and $6.50 per guest. Please make checks payable to Saint James 55 Plus Club. It is very important that the reservations be in no later than 9:00am Monday, February 14. Reservations may be placed in the collection basket, dropped off at the Rectory or mailed to Lucille Ujhazy, 55 Plus Club, St James Church, 200 Walnut Street, Sewickley, Pa 15143. Be sure to write "55 Plus Club on the envelope. _______________________________________________________

Calling all women of the parish! Please join us at the St. James Women’s Bible Sharing Group, held Monday mornings from 9:30am11:00am in the Gathering Space. The spring session runs from February 14 through March 28 and is titled The Resurrection and the Life. Books are now available at the Rectory. We welcome new members! Babysitting will be provided if needed. Our small groups are friendly and caring, and all discussions are confidential. Please contact Nan at [email protected] if babysitting is needed, or with any questions.

Luncheon Reservation form - $6 for members/$6.50 for guests Name(s)_________________________________ Phone #________________________ Amount $____________________ Please make check payable to St James 55 Plus Club

SAINT JAMES MEN’S RETREAT Friday, February 18 - Sunday, February 20 St. Paul of the Cross Retreat Center SAINT JAMES MEN’S RETREAT - A weekend retreat is usually the deepest spiritual experience a person will enjoy in a given year. Far from the distractions of daily life, a person shares precious time with God and fellow retreatants in a relaxed atmosphere. The retreat is a blend of prayer services, conferences, workshops, sacramental ministry and personal time around this years theme “BECAUSE CHRIST LIVES IN ME.” The weekend begins Friday, February 18 with registration starting at 4:30pm and dinner at 6:10pm and ends Sunday, February 20 with Eucharist at 11:00am and departure is at Noon. The suggested offering is $185 which includes all programs, meals and accommodations. A $50 deposit is required. Reservation forms and informational pamphlets are available on the church bulletin boards. For more information, please call Kevin Daily at (412)741-6211

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Come join us today, Sunday, February 6 7:00am - 1:00pm in the Cafeteria For the Knights of Columbus All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast Adults - $5.00 , Children Under Five - $3.00 Pancakes, Sausage, Scrambled Eggs, Fruit Cup Coffee, Tea, Orange Juice

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS THE CATHOLIC VISION OF LOVE PARENT MEETING will be held Sunday, February 13 in the Gathering Space from 9:30-10:30am. This chastity based sexuality curriculum is required to be integrated into the religious education programs in both our parish and school. Parents of 5th through 8th graders in our CCD program or school, who have not previously attended should plan to do so. Parents will be given an overview of the history, foundational principles and objectives of the program. They will also be able to view the content of the lessons. WORLD MARRIAGE DAY is Sunday, February 13 and the Catechetical Year Theme is Marriage: Sacrament of Enduring Love, so we will use the day to kick off a monthly celebration of the enduring marriages in our parish. We ask all those who will be celebrating a February wedding anniversary to participate in a special blessing during the 9:30am Mass. Each month we will extend this blessing to those who are celebrating a wedding anniversary in that month. Whether you and your spouse are celebrating your first or sixtieth anniversary this year or one in between, watch the bulletin for future dates and we hope to see all the February anniversary couples at the 9:30am Mass on February 13. CLEAN WATER SERVICE PROJECT - Drill a Well for Haiti STEELERS vs. PENGUINS - Pittsburgh Penny Wars Bring in your spare change to CCD. Vote for your favorite Pittsburgh team and raise money for a new water well for Haiti. The team that has the most votes (money) on February 27th will be the winner. LET’S GO STEELERS! LET’S GO PENGUINS! THANK YOU for providing LIFE GIVING WATER to HAITIAN CHILDREN. Here are the totals from January 30: Penguins- $265.94 and Steelers - $418.28. Penguins fans need to round up those pennies. That’s another $684.22 for the Haitian Well Project and we have nearly $2,570 of the $5,300 needed. Way to go Pittsburgh sports fans.

ST. JAMES MISSION STATEMENT

St. James is a community filled with hope striving to keep alive the apostolic spirit of our namesake. By virtue of our common baptism and in union with the Diocese of Pittsburgh, we believe in the Love of God, the Father, the Presence of God, the Son, and the Guidance of God, the Holy Spirit. Founded in 1863, our legacy of persistence and resilience gives us the confidence to journey forward into the future. The Eucharist is the center of our lives forming us into a people that mirror the boundless embrace of Christ’s Love where all can find a home at St. James.

ST. JAMES SCHOOL NEWS OUTSTANDING STUDENTS Alexander Michalenko was chosen amongst 100’s of Diocesan 8th grade students as one of the outstanding students of the year. As quoted from the Pittsburgh Catholic, “Alexander (8th grade student at St. James, Sewickley) is described by his teachers as compassionate and always ready to lend a helping hand. He is an earnest student who also enjoys participating in school activities. Alexander takes part in forensics, cross country, band, and he is an after school aide for the office. Alexander is the son of John and Julianne Michalenko of Moon Township. Congratulations, Alexander!

EXPLORE SAINT JAMES SCHOOL In addition to the Annual ADMISSIONS OPEN HOUSE, our principals, Sister Diane Cauley and Sister Christy Hill, Sisters of St. Joseph, are holding MEET THE PRINCIPALS SESSIONS this year. The Sisters are available to meet parents who are interest in enrolling their children in the St. James pre-school and elementary programs. This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss the benefits of a Catholic education and to understand the excellent curriculum Saint James School has to offer your child. A St. James School parent will also be available to give each family a tour of the school. “MEET OUR PRINCIPALS SESSIONS” will be held on a selected day each month from 9:00–10:30am. The dates are: February 28, March 21, April 18 and May 23. The annual ADMISSIONS OPEN HOUSE will be held on Sunday, April 3, after the 11:30am Mass in the Gathering Space. Speakers from among parents, alumni and students will share their Saint James School experiences. Teachers will be available in their classrooms to discuss curriculum. Tours of the school will also be given. Please call the school office (412)741-5540, extension 100, for a reservation to the Open House and/or appointments for a “Meet Our Principals Session.”

Second Quarter Honor Roll EIGHTH GRADE - HIGH HONORS: Ryder Ballou, Emma Balouch, Alexis Brezny, Heidi Langhorst, Matthew Mezzio, Elizabeth Michalenko, Hannah Murray, Hannah Renner, Cora Saftner, Nicholas Schroeder, Kaitlin Swick and Micarah Young. HONORS: Catharine Carney, Katie Indovina, Carlyle MacDonald, Miana Matyger, Austin Schorr and James Watts. HONORABLE MENTION: Craig (CJ) Benzinger, Alexander Michalenko, Robert Monks and Luke Travis. SEVENTH GRADE - HIGH HONORS: Joseph Auth, Brandon George, Alec Lander, Lauren Padalino and Charlie Veeck. HONORS: Mason Grimes, Colin Hill, Stephen Jancart, Harrison Kuchtjak and Austin Kuntz. HONORABLE MENTION: Kyle Cardwell and Gabrielle Zernich. SIXTH GRADE - HIGH HONORS: Marin Auth, Clotilde Cirilano, Vivian Cirilano, Emma Cullo, Hannah Feldhues, Gabrielle Gevaudan, Alexis Griesacker, Daniel Joyce, Jessica Kerecman, Sarita Kunde, Aesling McCullough, Ryan McNelis, Julianna Nicolaus, Emma Saftner, Helen Urffer and Anna Wieneke. HONORS: Catie Conry, Molly DeFilippo, Brenden Murray, Dylan Osheka, John Peilert, Rochelle Porter, Matt Rooney and Julianna Skowron. HONORABLE MENTION: Wyatt Travis.

YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS NOTRE DAME VISION 2011! We have dates! June 20th-24th! It’s already time to start thinking of going to the ND Vision program this coming summer! This 5 day program is open to 8-11th grades from all schools that are interested in being more involved with St. James Youth Ministries, engaging life and growing in their faith! It helps develop leadership skills, helps youth discover their gifts in life and grow spiritually. The ND Vision program has become more and more popular over the last few years and we need to register early! To register and qualify for our scholarship, for packets explaining the program, info about traveling with St. James Youth and more details contact Daniel Weikert at (412)-741-6650 extension 504 or [email protected] The ND Vision program is a life changing experience, TONS of fun and something a teenager doesn’t want to miss!!

O.C. middle school and Veritas high school contact: Join our email list at: [email protected] Download a permission slip for the year at: www.saintjames-church.com, under youth ministry! Don’t forget to check the churches bulletin boards for flyers and info and keep a watch out on St. James website and your email for all our events!

FR. DAN RAISING THE BLACK AND GOLD TERRIBLE TOWEL AT PAPAL AUDIENCE Rabbi Berkun sent this photo that he took on the recent Pursuers of Peace Pilgrimage. As the group from Pitts-

Souper Bowl of Caring!! This Weekend! February 5th/6th - This service project is a national program and one St. James has done for quite a few years now! Our high school teens pick out local charities and we’ll be collecting donations in soup pots after each mass! This year we are helping Holy Family Institute just a few miles from us! To donate or get info contact Daniel Weikert at (412)741-6650 extension 504 or [email protected] or [email protected]! We are always in the top givers for the Diocese, let’s keep it going! Thank you St. James for your generous hearts! LOVEWALK FOR THE POOR - 6th-12th grade and families/ parents! The 21st annual “Lovewalk for the Poor,” sponsored by the Department for Youth and Young Adult Ministry, is scheduled for 2:00pm, Sunday, February 13 at Sacred Heart Church in Shadyside. All participants are invited to bring baby items for Angel’s Place and nonperishable food items for EECM Soup Kitchen. What makes the Lovewalk unique is participants carry collected items after Mass with them on a one mile walk as a way of experiencing the hardships of the homeless who must carry their possessions with them at all times. To register and find out about St. James involvement contact Daniel Weikert (412)741-6650 extension 504 or [email protected] or [email protected] For more information please contact the Department for Youth and Young Adult Ministry at [email protected] or call 412-456-3140. Everyone is welcome! Service letters will be provided for the teens! 8th grade essay contest for St. James School. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and O.C. Youth Ministry! Deadline is Wednesday, February 16th! Check the packets that have gone home with your students for details and great reading resources! · Topic: Role (responsibility) of a Catholic in our free Society. · CASH, certificates, quotes in our bulletin as prizes! · Essay Packets will include an entry form, resource and helper page on the topic and assignment info. A great way to express your faith, win some goodies and be heard! Any questions contact Daniel Weikert at (412)741-6650 extension 504 or via email at [email protected] Altar Servers…………………Molly Torbic…….....259-8059 Baptism Preparation ............... Jim & Margi Gregory741-1005 Bereavement .......................... Nancy Miklos ........... 741-9463 Bible Study Sunday Morning.................. John Bunce ............... 741-1050 Men’s Saturday. .................. Ernie Tucci ............... 741-4539 Women ................................ Nan O’Connor .......... 741-1547

burgh was introduced to the Holy Father, Pope Benedict, Fr. Dan unfurled the famous “Terrible Towel” and waved it above everyone’s heads. MANIFESTING THE KINGDOM AWARD Last Sunday at the Cathedral three parishioners received the Manifesting The Kingdom Award from Bishop Zubik. Mary and Alice Phillips received the award for work they have done at St. James for over 16 years. Mary is not pictured

due to sickness. Ruth Darragh was recognized for her service to the Diocese over the years. Our congratulations to all of them. We are so very proud! Centering Prayer Group ............ Victoria Graham ............ 897-1646 ………………………………...Richard Whittier……..855-3981 Christian Mother’s/Guild ....... Kathy Basl ................ 741-3889 Eucharistic Ministers for Parish ................................ 741-6650 For Hospital………………... .................................. 741-6650 Faith Formation Committee ... Karen Conroy............ 741-6766 55+ Club ................................ Caroline Jean Brown . 741-4971

REMEMBER ALL THOSE SERVING IN THE MILITARY FROM OUR PARISH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Holy Family Institute in Emsworth seeks volunteers interested in assisting with mailings a few times a year. Also volunteers are needed to serve as a receptionist to help cover Friday mornings from 8:00am to 1:00pm. Experience using a switchboard is necessary. Please contact Lynn Guerra at (412)766 -9020 extension 304 or by e-mail at [email protected] if you are interested in either of these opportunities. GILMARY NEWS - Gilmary Center is pleased to be able to offer weekend silent retreats for men from March 11-13, and for women from May 27-29. One night Lenten Retreats are also available for the first time this year! Women’s will be held March 18-19 and men’s will be held April 1-2. Contact Gilmary Catholic Retreat Center for complete details by calling (412)264-8400, emailing [email protected], or visiting our website at www.gilmarycenter.org. Registration in advance is required.

Christians throughout Pittsburgh are invited to take part in the national 40 Days for Life effort from March 9th (Ash Wednesday) through April 17th (Palm Sunday). This ecumenical 40 day campaign to end abortion, which consists of prayer, fasting and peaceful vigil… will kick-off on Saturday, March 5th at 6:00pm at First Presbyterian Church, located at 320 Sixth Avenue, downtown Pittsburgh. Come share in a meaningful time of praise and worship, followed by a candlelit procession to Planned Parenthood, located at 933 Liberty Avenue. All are welcome! To get more information, or to volunteer to help, please contact Nikki Bruni, (412) 926-9413, [email protected], or www.40daysforlife.com/ pittsburgh Jack Bulera a second grade student at St. James School walked away with a 1st Place Trophy Award during the annual Pinewood Derby car racing event that happened on Saturday, January 22nd at Sewickley's Cub Scout Pack 243 race. Jack's car design also earned him a first place metal for the Wolf Den awards as part of Pack 243's race. The Pinewood Derby race is a National Annual Competition for Cub Scouts of America.

WAY TO GO JACK! Finance Council ..................... Andrea Vescio .......... 741-8776 [John McNally, Chuck Etta, Joann Matten, John Moraca, and Bob DeBiase] Greeters .................................. John Tucci................. 741-4539 Home & School ..................... Janet Renner ............ 741-1267 Knights of Columbus ............. Bob Ryan .......... 513-259-7648 Lectors ................................... Deacon Bob Sabatelle741-4024 Marriage Preparation ............. Jim & Margi Gregory741-1005

Michael Mitchell (Army), Lt. Bryan Naranjo (Coast Guard), S.A. Melinda “Minny” Mowery, Colonel Mark VanKooten (Air Force National Guard), Captain Christopher Stepanek (Air Force), Captain Jaymie Stepanek (Air Force), Colonel Joseph Martin (Army), Lt. Col. Bryan J. O’Neill (Air Force), 2nd Lt. Jonathan Miller (Air Force), Cadette David Miller (Air Force Academy) Ben and Sam Rinaldi (Air Force Academy), Captain Matthew J. DiGiacomo (Army), Lnc. Cpl. Austin Kisow (Marines), Lt. Lewis F. Giammaria (Navy), Major Sean T. Auth (Air Force), Captain Bo Bear (Air Force), Specialist Michael Murphy (Army), 1st Lt. Ian Martin (USMC), Lt. Colonel Christopher Dziubek (Army) and Major John Davis (Army) Please contact the rectory if you would like to add a name to our listing of service men and women.

PASTORAL STAFF Pastor: ............................. Rev. Daniel A. Valentine, D.Min. ........................................ [email protected] Retired/In-Residence…...Rev. Matthew Tosello, Ph.D ……………………………[email protected] Deacon: ........................... Dr. Robert Sabatelle, 412-741-4024 SV Hospital Ministries:…Deacon Steve M. Deskevich, ……………………………412-848-6245 Business Manager........... Mr. Bob DeFilippo, ……………………………[email protected] Office Manager: ............... Mrs. Karin Masterani ........................................ [email protected] Office Assistant: .............. Mrs. Susan Ponticello ........................................ [email protected] Dir. Music Ministries: ....... Mr. Lou Valenzi ........................................ Associate, Mrs. Sharron Schaefer ........................................ Web Site: www.stjamesmusic.org Dir. Religious Ed:............. Mrs. Karen Conroy, 412-741-6766 ........................................ [email protected] Saint James Catholic School …………………..412-741-5540 Principals:……………..Sister Diane Cauley, extension 106 …………………………[email protected] ……………………………Sister Christy Hill, extension 108 …………………………[email protected] Secretary: ..................... Mrs. Marcy Knobloch, extension 100 Advancement Director….Mrs. Renee Pompi ……………………………[email protected] School Website: ........... www.stjamesschool.us Youth Minister ................. Mr. Daniel Weikert, 412-749-3745 ........................................ [email protected] Maintenance .................... Mr. Mike Glumac & Mr. Dan O’Rourke Housekeeping ................. Mrs. Patty Smitz Pastoral Council….Carolyn Verszyla; Facilitator….741-9185 Saint Vincent de Paul ........Bob Brown ..................... 741-4971 RCIA .................................Bob Basl ......................... 741-3889 SCRIP Program .................Susan Ponticello ............. 741-6650 ..........................................Rosemary Jancart ........... 262-4839 Ushers ....................................................................... 741-6650 Worship Committee ..........Kevin Daily .................... 741-6211

Financial Report As of January 30, 2011 1/30/2011 Last Week Collection Expenses Over/Under

$15,718 $18,426 -$2,708

July 1 thru Last Week $529,585 $559,602 -$30,017

Thank you for your continued support!

LOOK WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR PARISH THIS WEEK Monday, February 7 St. James anniversary steering committee meeting (M.R #1) - 9:30am Tuesday, February 8 Prayer Group for our children and grandchildren (Church) - 2:00-3:10pm Cheerleading practice (Gym) - 2:30pm Sewickley Area Ministerium meeting (M.R. #2) 12:00pm Pastoral Staff meeting (M.R. #2) - 3:30pm Wednesday, February 9 Bell Choir practice (Church) - 7:00pm Thursday, February 10 Children’s choir (Music Room) - 4:00pm H.S.A. general meeting (M.R. #1) - 10:00am RCIA (M.R. #1) -7:00pm Cheerleading practice (Gym) - 2:30pm Friday, February 11 AA meeting (Gathering Space) - 7:15pm Cheerleading practice (Gym) - 2:30pm Saturday, February 12 Men’s Bible Study (M.R. #1) - 7:30-8:30am Centering Prayer Group (M.R. #1) - 9:30-11:00am Cheerleading practice (Gym) - 8:00am Sunday, February 13 Bible Study (Rectory) - 8:30-9:30am CCD - 9:15-11:00am

Sunday, February 6, 2011 thru Sunday, February 13, 2011 FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 5:00 PM + Jerry & Rose Tignanelli (Betty Cicco) 7:30 AM + Mr. & Mrs. John Aiello (Daughters) 9:30 AM For the People 11:30 AM + Al Medica (The Foley Family) MONDAY WEEKDAY (February 7) 6:45 AM + Genowefa Lickman (The Rheingrover Family) 9:00 AM + Stella Tisch (Alice & Mary Phillips) 7:30 PM Living & deceased members of the Depp Family (Daughter) TUESDAY ST. JEROME EMILIANI (February 8) 6:45 AM + Tony Mendicino (Brother, Ross) 9:00AM + Annette Dellano (St. James 55 Plus Club) WEDNESDAY WEEKDAY (February 9) 6:45 AM + Mary Czik Ahern (Marnie Ahern) 9:00 AM + Carmela Villella (The Crapis Family) THURSDAY SAINT SCHOLASTICA (February 10) 6:45 AM + Elizabeth Miklos (Steve & Nancy Miklos) 9:00 AM +Martin & Eleanor Samek (Kathleen Wycoff) FRIDAY OUR LADY OF LOURDES (February 11) 6:45 AM + Italia Torretti (The Felix Family) 9:00 AM + Lillian Kadlick (Daughter, Dorothy Barilaro) SATURDAY WEEKDAY (February 12) 9:00 AM + Louis Bates (Carole & Bill Battisti) 5:00 PM + Peter Clifford Budimir (Sister, Josephine) SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 7:30 AM + Helen Gurgovits (Richard & Dorothy Devine) 9:30 AM + Mr. & Mrs. Peter Valoski (Alice Valoski) 11:30 AM For the People

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