Saturday, 27 January
Sunday, 28 January
Monday, 29 January
Tuesday, 30 January
Wednesday, 31 January
Thursday, 01 February
Friday, 02 February
Saturday, 03 February
Sunday, 04 February
20 / 21 JANUARY
Saint Joseph Parish
Saint Francis deSales Parish
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
at St. Francis deSales'
6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
at St. Joseph's
5:15 to 6:15 p.m.
at St. Joseph's
|THE SANCTUARY LAMP at St. Joseph Church is offered, during the week of 28 January - 03 February, in loving memory of Anthony LaSelva, at the request of his mother, Mary, and his brother, Michael.|
Monday, 29 January
This is the monthly Mass.
It is followed by prayers to St. Pauline Visintainer and the opportunity for personal veneration of the first class relic.
[St. Pauline is the patron saint of all who suffer from diabetes.]
If you need a ride, you are welcome to ask Fr. Connolly
Anthony J. Chillemi Jr.
Karyn Strokelitus Chillemi
James J. Mengel
Joseph A. Mikos
Remo E. Piccioni
Vincent J. Baiocco Jr.
Jeanette Ciorlanti Chalinsky
Rosemary Ayello Spiess
Christine M. Trapani
Carolyn Moyer Spirko
Lisa Trabosh Brinich
Joseph J. Chipriano
Alexander A. Morris
Robert J. Dallago
John P. Modesto Sr.
GOD ALWAYS REMEMBERS YOUR BIRTHDAY, even if we don't. With that in mind, please note that we accidentally omitted four birthdays recently:
Stephen A. Messina: 28 January
Stephen arrives (officially) at the
age of reason today (28 Jan). So, we ask him to be reasonable
and accept our apologies for not listing his BD last weekend.
St. Joseph Parish sold 674 calendars.
St. Francis deSales Parish sold 41 calendars.
Total number of calendars sold: 715.
At $5.00 each, the gross revenue amounted to $3,575.00.
Deduct from this the following:
$2,050.00 in prizes;
$70.00 in printing;
$35.64 in postage.
Total deductions: $2,155.64.
Net revenue: $1,419.36.
Divided between the two parishes
in proportion to number of calendars sold by each:
St. Joseph Parish (94.3%) earned $1,337.97.
St. Francis deSales Parish (5.7%) earned $81.39.
In memory of
Mary Reilly Merrick
Paul and Jean Stank
Charles and Betty Dries
Margaret T. McGeever
Keith and April Rover
Men's Faculty Room, PAHS
Andy and Charlene Makara
All Saints is currently looking for a part-time maintenance person. If interested, please contact the school office at 622-0106.
In the event of inclement weather, All Saints School follows the PASD schedule in regard to closing (or not closing), delayed starts, etc.
All Saints is currently collecting all old cell phones (working and non) and ink-jet cartridges. This is a fundraiser for the school. We will receive money back for each item we collect to be recycled. If the print cartridge is bigger than the palm of your hand, it is not an ink jet and, therefore, is not recyclable.
SYNDICATED COLUMN KNOWN AS "ASK AMY".
Dear Amy: Recently, my husband and I were surprised with the
news that I was several months pregnant. We also learned of complications
that seriously compromised the viability of the baby. We discovered
that the baby, if it survived, would likely have severe mental
and physical disabilities.
Dear Trying: Avoiding baby showers for now doesn't
mean that you will develop a complex about them or avoid them
forever. Many women find attending baby showers difficult and
emotional for all sorts of reasons. You could send a gift along
with a note saying, "I'm so sorry that I won't be able to
make it to your shower, but I want to shower you with good wishes
all the same."
IS IT PERMISSIBLE TO USE A GLASS OR CERAMIC CHALICE AT MASS?
Someone asked me this question recently.
Based on what I read, I have to say
that IT IS NOT PERMISSIBLE TO USE A GLASS OR CERAMIC CHALICE
3. Sacred Vessels
CURIOSITIES, NOVELTIES and HORRORS OF THE EARLY POST-VATICAN TWO ERA
I FIND THIS HARD TO BELIEVE!
AND ENGAGING IN MINDLESS CONVERSATION
The person who told me this does not know the names of
My reflections on this bizarre encounter
THE FOURTH OF FEBRUARY
TWIXT 11:30 A.M.
AND 4:00 P.M.,
IF YOU GET YOUR SWEET SELF OVER TO
SAINT JOSEPH PARISH HALL,
WE'LL SEE TO IT
THAT YOU GET A
SPAGHETTI AND MEATBALLS
FOR YOU TO
PLUS SALAD AND BREAD AND BUTTER.
IF YOU HAVE ANY FRIENDS OR RELATIVES VISITING, LIKE SAY FROM
BRING THEM ALONG WITH YOU
AND WE'LL TREAT THEM REAL NICE.
BRING ALONG SOME MONEY:
ONLY SIX DOLLARS FOR AN ADULT OR A TEENAGER
ONLY THREE DOLLARS FOR A CHILD.
ALL YOU CAN EAT
AT A PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT!
SAINT FRANCIS deSALES CHURCH
Vigil of Sunday
6:00 p.m. - CLIFFORD E. MEASEL and BRUCE E. MEASEL
by their wife / mother, Mary
4th Sunday in Ordinary Time
9:15 a.m. - VINCENT MEROLA
by Salvatore and Mary Modesto
12:15 p.m. - WILLIAM E. BRENNAN
by his brother, Vincent, and his sister, Anne
St. John Bosco, priest (OblMem)
10:00 a.m. - PETE VISCOUNT
by the McGraw family
Presentation of the Lord (Fst)
10:00 a.m. - God's Blessings on ROSE M. MORGAN
by Kathleen Somers
Vigil of Sunday
6:00 p.m. - MARIE ELAINE LUPPINO
by Stephen (+) and Jeanette Chalinksy
5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
9:15 a.m. - EDWARD W. KULL
by his wife, Barbara, and family
12:15 p.m. - LEE KORBICH
by the Mohan family