MASS SCHEDULE: : 04 - 11 NOVEMBER
SAINT
JOSEPH CHURCH

Saturday, 03 November
Vigil of Sunday
4:30 p.m. - ROBERT S. PHILLIPS
by: his wife, Danette; their sons, Ryan and Nicholas; his father, Lamar; his father-in-law, Herb

Sunday, 04 November
31st Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:45 a.m. - LEVI and CAMILLE PILO
by Jack and Flo McGovern
10:45 a.m. - FRANK OWENS
by his sister, Kitty Owens DiCello

Monday, 05 November
Weekday
12:05 p.m. - DECEASED: STAGLIANO FAMILY
by Frances

Tuesday, 06 November
Weekday
12:05 p.m. - KARL A. ZELLER
by Maggie Dunleavy Lehman (+)
7:00 p.m. - JESSE J. KRIZNO (anniversary of birth)
by his children: Mary Ann, Joseph and John

Wednesday, 07 November
Weekday
12:05 p.m. - ANTHONY LASCALA
by his family

Thursday, 08 November
Weekday
12:05 p.m. - FORTUNATO CESCON
by his son, Joseph, and family
7:00 p.m. - JOHN MINDER
by his parents

Friday, 09 November
Dedication of the Lateran Basilica (Fst)
12:05 p.m. - PASQUALE F. CHILLEMI (anniversary of birth)
by his family

Saturday, 10 November
St. Leo the Great, pope, doctor (OblMem)
8:00 a.m. - JOSEPHINE BERCHER GERACE
by Grace Luppino Joy and sons
Vigil of Sunday
4:30 p.m. - JULIA VITTEMBERGHI
by her family

Sunday, 11 November
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:45 a.m. - A. GLENDON ACKER (anniversary of birth)
by his wife, Liz, and family
10:45 a.m. - FRANCIS S. POPECK Sr. (24th anniversary)
by his family

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 LAST WEEKEND'S COLLECTION TOTALS:
27 / 28 OCTOBER

Saint Joseph Parish
$1,485.42
from the envelopes and $150.00 from the plate. Thank you.
When one deducts from the sum of these two figures, $1,635.42the parish's weekly financial obligation to the Diocese, i.e. assessments, $410.08 plus the weekly premiums for property and liability insurance, $160.01, the sum of which is $570.09, plus its weekly obligation to All Saints School, $941.06 the sum total of which is $1,511.15, one sees that $124.27 of this collection is available for operating the parish.

Saint Francis deSales Parish
$90.00
from the envelopes and $56.00 from the plate. Thank you.
When one deducts from the sum of these two figures, $146.00 the parish's weekly financial obligation to the Diocese, i.e. assessments, $46.15 plus the weekly premiums for property and liability insurance, $60.67, the sum of which is $106.82, plus its weekly obligation to All Saints School, $188.21, the sum total of which is $295.03, one sees that (($149.03 ) of this collection is available for operating the parish. This is a deficit!

 

RECENT OUTCOMES OF CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Sat       27 Oct

#766
Nobody won $100.00
Sun      28 Oct

#691
When won $150.00
Mon     29 Oct

#598
Jeannie R won the $50.00
Tues     30 Oct

#806
Kathleen S won the $50.00
Wed     31 Oct

#362
Betty S won $50.00
Thurs   25 Oct

#381
Connie L won $50.00
Fri        01 Nov

#739
? won the $50.00 (tba next weekend)
                                                                            

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 CONFESSION SCHEDULE THIS WEEK


Tuesday, 06 November
6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
at St. Joseph's

Thursday, 08 November
6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
at St. Francis deSales'

Friday, 09 November
3:30 to 4:40 p.m.
at St. Joseph's

THE SANCTUARY LAMP at St. Joseph Church is offered, during the week of 04 - 10 November, in loving memory of Angelo and Geraldine (Downey) Folino, at the request of their sons, Jack and Tom, and their daughter, Gerry.


THE LOURDES GROTTO CANDLE is offered, during the week of 04 - 10 November, in loving memory of Andrew V. Riotto, at the request of Edward and Catherine (Tomko) Riotto Snopek.


PLEASE PRAY FOR a gentleman who died on 25 October. Gerald Megna is the brother of St. Joseph parishioner Josephine Megna Messina.
Eternal rest grant unto Gerald, O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY

05 November
Louis A. DeMarkis Jr.
Stefanie Freed

06 November
Katharine Carlin Daley
Thomas M. Murphy

07 November
Mary Nicastro Chiplonia

08 November
Christina Pilo Diehl
Catherine Frie Laub
Joseph C. Sciarrone
Jacqueline Wood Szeliga

09 November
Ryan J. Dallago

10 November
Cheryl A. Cescon
Ashley H. Hullihan
Eugenia Maccarone Macaluso
Michael J. Yackenchick

11 November
Juliann Matz Cooper
Theresa Mete Cuccia
Natale ["Chris"] Mercuri
Joshua M. Tranquillo

 

 

DID YOU LOSE A BASEBALL CAP?
A baseball cap has been sitting in the living room of St. Joseph Rectory for quite a spell. Let me describe it to you. If you recognize it, please come and claim it. I'm tired of looking at it. It probably belongs to a boy or a young man whose name or nickname is "Ted".
It has a red brim. The top is blue. There is a red button on top. It has a logo in front (big red "R"). The back has a "Reading Phillies" patch. The name "Ted" is written on the inside of the brim.
We'll give it a week or so and then we shall presume that the owner has abandoned it and we shall send it to The Island of Lost Boys and Lost Baseball Caps.
You know, brothers and sisters - do you not? - that the days of getting this kind of detailed, down-home, cracker-barrel personalized information in one's parish bulletin are coming to a close. The days of Mom-and-Pop parishes are numbered. Soon the sheep will be clustered in super-folds. Shepherds won't have the time to worry about lost baseball caps. It's the end of an era. Enjoy it while it lasts.

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WE ACKNOWLEDGE WITH GRATITUDE the receipt of a contribution to the StJosPar Memorial Fund from Josephine Megna Messina, in memory of her brother, Gerald Megna.
SLENDER SLIPPERY TUBES OF EXQUISITELY REFINED SEMOLINA brought briefly to a furious boil but only to the point of al dente in crystal-clear water drawn from an authentic nearby reservoir, then married to a thick juicy extract from the fruit of the tomato which has been tantalized with secret sprinklings of garden herbs, topped with petite globes of finely ground beef all served on a steaming platter and sprinkled o'er with your choice of condiments, such as freshly grated cheese, oregano, salt and pepper!
"But, grandpop, what is semolina?"
"Ah, my child! Semolina is the inner, granular, starchy endosperm of hard or durum wheat (not yet ground into flour), used to make pasta and semolina pudding and other such delicacies that have caused the Italian race to rise to such heights of grandeur over the course of history!"
And, best of all: All of this can be yours!
When? Today! Sunday, 4 November
Where? St. Joseph Parish Hall
Time? 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
How much? $6.00 for adults and teenagers; $3.00 for children.

FOOD FOR THE POOR
REMEMBER THE POOR
PLEASE MAKE IT A HABIT TO BRING NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS TO MASS OR ELSE DIRECTLY TO THE RECTORY, SO THAT WE HAVE SOMETHING TO GIVE TO THOSE WHO COME TO US FOR HELP

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"Foster a Child, Foster a Future" is the new Catholic Charities' theme to recruit families to serve as foster parents. Information meetings are held throughout the diocese on the second Wednesday of every month at 6:00 PM. Please call 1-800-330-8001.
TEN HUT!
PIZZA HUT!
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Allentown Schuylkill/Carbon Office is selling Pizza Hut Discount Cards to benefit its social service programs. Each card is worth $100 in discounts, is accepted at all participating restaurants, and is a great idea for a Christmas stocking stuffer! Cost per card is $10.00. Call Jule Ann at 570-628-0466 or email to jjoyce@allentowndiocese.org.

 At long last, an answer to the question:
WHERE'S THE BEEF?
And the answer to the question is:
THE BEEF IS IN SAINT CLAIR!

To be more specific, there will be a ROAST BEEF DINNER at St. Casimir Parish Hall, St. Clair, on Sunday, 11 November, beginning at 11:00 a.m. The price is $8.00 per person. You get roast beef, mashed potatoes, vegetable, roll and butter, coffee & dessert. Take-outs available. Catered by TNT Deli.

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 A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD!

PMB 2003 EDITION
A mighty fortress is our God.
A bulwark never failing,
Protecting us with staff and rod,
In power all prevailing.
What if the nations rage
And surging seas rampage;
What though the mountains fall,
The Lord is God of all.
On earth is found no equal.

The waters of God's goodness flow
Throughout the holy city,
And gladden hearts of those who know
Great tenderness and pity.
Though nations stand unsure,
God's kingdom shall endure;
In power shall remain,
In peace shall ever reign,
Our God, the God of Jacob.

Behold! What wondrous deeds of peace
From God, our sole salvation,
Who knows our wars and makes them cease
In ev'ry land and nation.
The warrior's spear and lance
Are splintered with one glance;
Our guns and nuclear might
Stand withered in God's sight;
The Lord of hosts is with us.

 PMB 1984 EDITION
A mighty fortress is our God.
A bulwark never failing,
Protecting us with staff and rod,
His power all prevailing.
What if the nations rage
And surging seas rampage;
What though the mountains fall,
The Lord is God of all.
On earth is not His equal.

The waters of His goodness flow
Throughout His holy city,
And gladden hearts of those who know
His tenderness and pity.
Though nations stand unsure,
God's kingdom shall endure;
His power shall remain,
His peace shall ever reign,
Our God, the God of Jacob.

Behold His wondrous deeds of peace
The God of our salvation,
He knows our wars and makes them cease
In ev'ry land and nation.
The warrior's spear and lance
Are splintered by His glance;
The guns and nuclear might
Stand withered in His sight;
The Lord of hosts is with us.

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EXPLANATION OF PAGE 7

Recently I visited a Catholic church that I had not visited before. I went into a pew and knelt down. There were hymnbooks in the racks in the pews. I took one out to look at it. For no particular reason, I turned to A Mighty Fortress is Our God. What I saw did not make me happy.
The hymnbook was the 2003 edition (I presume the most recent edition) of the
PEOPLE'S MASS BOOK (PMB). Here at StJosPar and StFdSPar, we have the 1984 edition of the PMB.
As you can tell from comparing the 1984 version of A Mighty Fortress with the 2003 version, there has been some emasculation going on. It seems that someone took St. Paul seriously when he taunted the members of the circumcision party, telling them they should go all the way. But it's not nice to do this to God. Not nice at all! Very offensive! Blasphemous, actually. Sacrilegious, as a matter of fact.
Spread the word, dear brothers and sisters: God the First Person is the Father. God the First Person is not the Mother. God the Second Person is the Son. God the Second Person is not a daughter. God the Third Person is the One Who overshadows the Virgin, impregnating her with Child. God the Third Person is never overshadowed nor can He become pregnant. That way lie paganism, earth mothers, witches and other horrors.
One would have to be deaf and blind not to notice what has been happening to updated versions of the revered texts and hymns of the Christian Faith.
It is bad enough when the gender of human characters in the Bible is rendered ambiguous - as in last weekend's gospel (30th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year C). Two
people went up to the Temple to pray! That's strange, I always thought it was two men who went up to the Temple to pray! Are we all of a sudden uncertain about the gender of the Pharisee and the tax collector?
However, while this is merely silly, we get into the area of blasphemy when we trifle with language that refers to God.
Be aware of it! Don't buy into it! Resist it! Speak up! Save the Faith for the next generation!

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WE SHARE THE MAIL
The following is an actual letter received this past week at St. Joseph Rectory. As requested, we are answering it in the bulletin.
Dear Father:
Could you please answer this question in your church bulletin?
November is the month of the holy souls. Why do Catholics pray for the dead? If Jesus judges the soul at death, how can prayer help? Is it meant to ask Jesus to change His mind? My question really is: How does prayer help? Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter.
Respectfully,
Confused
*************************************************
Dear Confused:
Thank you for your question.
Allow me to give you a brief answer. Much more can be said on the subject.
#1 - Catholics pray for persons who have died because we love them and wish them well. We pray for living persons for the same reason, i.e. because we love them and wish them well. If we love and pray for a person who is living, why would we cease to love and pray for that person just because he has died? Death does not destroy love.
#2 - Jesus does, indeed, judge each human person at the point of death. We call this the "particular judgment". Prayer helps a person who is undergoing judgment in somewhat the same way as having one's friends, family and sympathizers in the courtroom helps a person who is being judged.
#3 - No, prayer is not meant to change Jesus' mind.
#4 - How does prayer help? Let's put it this way. A person who has died is judged to be one of the following: (a) deserving of heaven; (b) deserving of hell. If a person is judged by God to be deserving of hell, no prayers can save him or help him. Prayers offered for a person in hell do no good whatsoever for the person being prayed for.

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A person in hell is beyond all help, beyond all hope. Neither God, nor angels nor human beings can help a person in hell. However, we here on earth can't really know for certain that the person is in hell. So, if we do pray for a person in hell, God applies the benefit of that prayer to someone else, someone who can benefit from it. What about a person who is judged as "deserving of heaven"? There are two categories of such persons: (1) deserving of heaven immediately, without delay; (2) deserving of heaven, but not immediately, because of a need for purification. This purification can be necessary for one of two reasons: (a) the person has committed some venial sins for which he has not yet explicitly repented; (b) the person has some affection for some mortal sin that he committed once upon a time - a sin for which he repented, which he confessed and for which he was forgiven, but which he has not thoroughly renounced. As you know, we call this state of purification by the name "Purgatory".
The Scriptures reveal to us that our prayers can help persons who are in Purgatory. The reason our prayers help persons in Purgatory is very simple: Jesus Christ Himself ministers to the souls in Purgatory. He teaches them and encourages them and exhorts them to put aside all affection for sin. He shows them His sacred Wounds. He pours out His love on them. His love is so excruciatingly beautiful, it brings them to tears of realization. Our prayers for the persons in Purgatory are our participation in the work of Jesus and His holy ones as they work among the wounded saints.
Think of Purgatory as if it were one huge rehab center. Our prayers for the persons in Purgatory are really our way of extending ourselves into Purgatory in order to bind up the wounds of those who are suffering there. Prayer for the dead is not any attempt on our part to try to change God's mind! That would be futile indeed! It is meant to help the saved but wounded dead to turn their minds and hearts thoroughly to God.

E.B. Connolly

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ELECTION DAY
TUESDAY
, 6 NOVEMBER 2007

Please note: St. Joseph Parish and St. Francis deSales Parish have a policy of strict neutrality when it comes to elections. We neither support nor oppose any candidate. Although, as Catholics, we are called to be vigorously pro-life, nevertheless we are circumspect when it comes to applying our principles to political matters. Prudence and discretion guide us through the minefield of political commentary, especially at election time. We are keenly aware that Caesar gives the Church the gift of tax-exemption, in return for which the Church gives Caesar the coin of silence. Therefore you will never read in this bulletin anything that would hint or suggest or insinuate that you should favor one candidate over another.
Now that we have made that perfectly clear, we would like you to know which candidates are favored by the
PRO-LIFE community - the folks who think unborn babies deserve to be protected by law - and which candidates are favored by the PRO-ABORTION community - the folks who think unborn babies are road kill. We trust that you will look over this information and vote according to your conscience. If you are uncertain whether you should vote for PRO-LIFE candidates or PRO-ABORTION candidates, ask yourself this question: Do you think the Blessed Virgin Mary, when she was carrying Jesus, should have had the right to abort Him? If you answer, "Yes, because I believe in a woman's right to choose", then I guess you should vote for the PRO-ABORTION candidates. However, if you answer, "No, I do not think that the Blessed Virgin Mary, when she was carrying Jesus, should have had the right to abort Him", then I guess you should vote for the PRO-LIFE candidates.
Justice, Pennsylvania Supreme Court - Vote for TWO
MAUREEN E. LALLY-GREEN [Republican] - PRO-LIFE
SEAMUS MCCAFFERY [Democratic] - PRO-ABORTION
DEBRA TODD [Democratic] - UNCERTAIN
MIKE KRANCER [Republican] - PRO-LIFE

Justice, Pennsylvania Supreme Court - Retention
Vote YES or NO on the question of whether Justice THOMAS G. SAYLOR should remain on the Supreme Court.
If you vote YES, you are voting to keep him on the Court.
If you vote NO, you are voting to remove him from the Court.
Justice Saylor is PRO-LIFE.

Judge, Pennsylvania Superior Court - Vote for THREE
CHERYL LYNN ALLEN [Republican] - PRO-LIFE
JACQUELINE O. SHOGAN [Republican] - PRO-LIFE
JOHN MILTON YOUNGE [Democratic] - UNCERTAIN
RON FOLINO [Democratic] - UNCERTAIN
CHRISTINE DONOHUE [Democratic] - UNCERTAIN
BRUCE F. BRATTON [Republican] - PRO-LIFE

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Judge, Pennsylvania Superior Court - Retention
Vote YES or NO on the question of whether the following three judges should remain on the Superior Court.
If you vote YES, you are voting to keep him / her on the Bench.
If you vote NO, you are voting to remove him / her from the Bench.
CORREALE F. STEVENS - PRO-LIFE
JOHN L. MUSMANNO - PRO-ABORTION
JOAN ORIE MELVIN - PRO-LIFE

Judge, Commonwealth Court - Retention
Vote YES or NO on the question of whether the following three judges should remain on the Commonwealth Court.
If you vote YES, you are voting to keep him / her on the Bench.
If you vote NO, you are voting to remove him / her from the Bench.
BERNARD L. MCGINLEY - PRO-ABORTION
BONNIE B. LEADBETTER - PRO-LIFE
DORIS A. SMITH-RIBNER - PRO-ABORTION

Judge, Court of Common Pleas, District 21 - Retention
Vote YES or NO on the question of whether the following two judges should remain on the Court of Common Pleas.
If you vote YES, you are voting to keep him / her on the Bench.
If you vote NO, you are voting to remove him / her from the Bench.
JACQUELINE L. RUSSELL - PRO-LIFE
WILLIAM E. BALDWIN - PRO-LIFE

Note: In addition to the judicial elections, there are contests for various county positions and for what are called "row offices". By and large, the issues that interest the pro-life and the pro-abortion forces do not emerge in these contests. So, we make no comment about these contests and we have no relevant information to offer.

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 CONTRIBUTORS TO BISHOP'S ANNUAL APPEAL 2007

Please note:
1) If your name is not on this list and it should be, please let us know.
2) Names printed in
BLUE are new contributors since the last time we printed a list of contributors

StJosPar
ACKER, Mary Elizabeth Troilo
ALFONSI, Alesandro / Mary Clare
ANONYMOUS
BARONE, Angelo / Kay
BARONE, Eleanor Meros
BLANKENHORN, Ann Hoepstine
BUTERA, Ralph / Kathleen
CAIRNS, James / Marie
CARAVAN, Raymond / Ugenia
CARESTIA, Mary Pilo
CARESTIA, Ronald / Joanne
CERULLO, William J.
CESCON, Cheryl A.
CESCON, Joseph T.
CHALINSKY, Jeanette Ciorlanti
CHIODO, John D.
CHIODO, Mary J.

CHIPLONIA, Frank J
.
CHIPLONIA, Julian / Mary
CHIPLONIA, Julian / Nora
CHIPLONIA, Ralph D.
CHIPLONIA, Thomas J.
CONNOLLY, Edward B.
D'ALFONSO, Sophie Dobrosielski
D'ALESSANDRO, Dominick / Anna
DeMARKIS, Louis D. Jr.
DERAMO, Anthony N.
DeSTEFANO, Andrew / Loreta
DiCELLO, Katherine Owens
DiMARCELLO, Margaret R.
ECKLEY, Henry / Margaret
FABIANI,johanne Lupino
FRINZI, Joseph / Sandy
GARGANO, Vincent A.
GARLAND, Patricia Feeley
GENTILE, Vincent M.
GERACE, Jacob / Rosalie
GETZEY, Robert / Denise
GUASTAVINO, Thomas / Karen
HANLON, Gregory / Aleece
HERWIG, Marion L.
HOFFECKER, Victoria LaPlaca
KANE, Edward / Florence
KEVY, Phyllis C.
KEVY, Veronica J. (+)
KHELOUSSI, Claudia Franzelin
KING, John / Nancy
KRIZNO, John J.
KUTCH, John / Patricia
KUTCH, Mary Genovese
LANG, Jean Albo
LAPLACA, Julia Senitch
LASCALA, Theresa Doyle
LaSELVA, Edward / Domenica
LILLEY, Harry / Rosa
LONG, Mae Gerace
LUPPINO, Mary A.
LUPPINO, Mary Harman
MACCARONE, Joseph P.
MALYS, Casimir / Julia
MANZO, Cecelia Spina
MANZO, Katherine A.

 


MARIANELLI, Bruce / Kathy
MATTERA, Frank / Camille
MAZZUCA, Julia Civitarese
McGOVERN, John / Flavia
MENGEL, Carl / Mildred
MERCURI, Domenic / Antonette
MESSINA, Josephine Megna
MOHAN, Frank / Stella
MODESTO, John / Sharon
MODESTO, Salvatore / Mary
PALERINO, Joseph / Ann Marie
PASCUZZO, Albert / Martha
PICCIONI, Ann Breslin
PICCIONI, Emidio A.
PICCIONI, Francis / Regina
PICCIONI, Mark<
PICCIONI, Robert / Mary Sharon
PICCIONI, Thomas / Patricia
PILO, Anthony A.
PILO, Pasquale / Mary
POPECK, Frank / Rose
POTTS, Nancy Ayello
RINALDO, Charles / Mary
RUTECKY, Christine Troilo
SANTILLI, Joseph A.
SANTILLI, Mario J.
SCHENCK, Thomas M.
STAGLIANO, Frances Papapietro
SWARTZ, Robert / Denise
TAMBURELLI, Francis A.
THYE, David / Susan
TRANQUILLO, Frank / Ann Marie
UNDERWOOD, Joanne Manzo
VERHAGEN, Michael / Jennifer
WALTERS, Thomas / Margaret
WEISS, John / Frances
WILSON, Susanne V.
WOOD, Ralph / Joanne
YACKENCHICK, Albert / Annetta
ZELLER, Rose Marie Fabiani

StJosPar
Goal: $11,910
So far $10,735
To go: $1,175

StFdSPar
BONCORE, Francis / Debra
HAAG, Earl / Nancy
HEIMBAUGH, Helen Wychunas
KULL, Barbara Rehnert
WYCHUNAS, Gerald / Tina
WYCHUNAS, Raydell Yeich

StFdSPar
Goal: $1,413
So far   $710
To go:   $703

 

 

 


Please (notice I said "please" and that should count for something!)
Please make a donation or a pledge to the Bishop's Annual Appeal
.

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 MASS SCHEDULE: 04 - 11 NOVEMBER
SAINT
FRANCIS deSALES CHURCH

Saturday, 03 November
Vigil of Sunday
6:00 p.m. - JOSEPH and MARIA LAPLACA
by their daughter-in-law, Julia

Sunday, 04 November
31st Sunday in Ordinary Time
9:15 a.m. -DECEASED: FOLINO FAMILY
by Julian and Nora Chiplonia and sons
12:15 p.m. - EDWARD BOOTH
by Marcus Angelisanti

Monday, 05 November
Weekday
10:00 a.m. - God's Blessings on
Sister MARY RAYMOND, OP
by her family

Wednesday, 07 November
Weekday
10:00 a.m. - MIKE DUNBROWNEY
by his daughter, Nancy Dunbrowney Haag

Friday, 09 November
Dedication of the Lateran Basilica (Fst)
10:00 a.m. - SOULS IN PURGATORY
re-scheduled from 1 Nov

Saturday, 10 November
Vigil of Sunday
6:00 p.m. - FRANCIS A. KALYAN
by Joseph T. Cescon and family

Sunday, 11 November
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
9:15 a.m. -DECEASED: NICASTRO FAMILY
by Julian and Nora Chiplonia and sons

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