MASS SCHEDULE: 13 - 20 NOVEMBER
SAINT
JOSEPH CHURCH
GIRARDVILLE

Saturday, 12 November
Vigil of Sunday
05:30 pm — FRANCIS P. O’REILLY
by his brother-in-law, Edward

Sunday, 13 November
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
11:30 am — God’s blessings on R. MICHAEL WHITNEY
by his family

Monday, 14 November
Weekday
08:00 am — DONALD J. MISAVAGE
by M/M Benonis

Tuesday, 15 November
St. Albert the Great, bishop, doctor (OptMem)
07:00 pm — SAMUEL KANISH
by OPM

Wednesday, 16 November
St. Margaret of Scotland;
St. Gertrude, virgin (OptMems)
08:00 am — MARY ROWLAND
by her sister, Eileen

Thursday, 17 November
St. Elizabeth of Hungary, religious (OblMem)
08:00 am — SOULS IN PURGATORY
by OPM

Friday, 18 November
Dedication of Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul;
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, virgin (OptMems)
08:00 am — JOSEPH C. CHIARETTI
by his wife, Alice

Saturday, 19 November
Weekday
08:00 am — MARY FORTE LaSELVA
by Frances DeMatteo Weiss and daughter, Mary Jo
Vigil of Solemnity of Christ the King
05:30 pm — DECEASED: CDA Court St. Cecilia #1529
by Officers and Members

Sunday, 20 November
Our Lord Jesus Christ the King
11:30 am — Msgr. PAOLO dellaPICCA
by EBC

 MASS SCHEDULE: 13 - 20 NOVEMBER
SAINT
Vincent dePAUL CHURCH
GIRARDVILLE 
     

Saturday, 12 November
Vigil of Sunday
04:00 pm — WILLIAM J. PUCETAS
by his wife and his son

Sunday, 13 November
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
08:30 am — DECEASED: HOLY NAME SOCIETY
by the HNS

Monday, 14 November
Weekday
7:00 pm — JAMES L. KENNEDY (1st anniversary)
by his family

Tuesday, 15 November
St. Albert the Great, bishop, doctor (OptMem)
08:00 am — HELEN WINKLER
by Sissy and Jim Lally

Wednesday, 16 November
St. Margaret of Scotland;
St. Gertrude, virgin (OptMems)
07:00 pm — JANE DiCINDIO
by OPM

Thursday, 17 November
St. Elizabeth of Hungary, religious (OblMem)
07:00 pm — RAYMOND N. CARAVAN
by hiswife, Jean

Friday, 18 November
Dedication of Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul;
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, virgin (OptMems)
05:00 pm — VIOLET GUDONIS YANUSHEFSKY
by Josephine Zdiera

Saturday, 19 November
Vigil of Solemnity of Christ the King
04:00 pm — ADOLPH and MARY PETROUSKY
by John and Barbara

Sunday, 20 November
Our Lord Jesus Christ the King
08:30 am — ALBERT, ADELE, JERRY and KRISTIN YESALAVAGE
by Michael and Peggy

stjos/stvdp: 11.13.2011 - 01


COLLECTION TOTALS FROM LAST WEEKEND:
05 / 06 NOVEMBER


Saint Joseph Parish
:
Receipts for parish purposes: $1,155.00 from the Sunday envelopes; $71.00 from the second collection (plate); $271.00 from the Dues envelopes; $65.00 from the Fuel envelopes; $254.00 from the All Saints envelopes; $172.00 from the All Souls envelopes; $87.00 from the loose (including All Saints and All Souls).
Total: $2,075.00
Receipts for non-parish purposes: — $12.00 from the Mission Sunday envelopes —
Analysis: When one deducts from the total of the receipts for parish purposes ($2,075.00) our weekly financial obligation to the Diocese, i.e. assessments ($329.54), plus our weekly premium for property and casualty insurance ($464.00), plus our weekly subsidy to Trinity Academy ($358.17), the sum total of which is $1,151.17, one sees that $923.83 is available from this collection for operating the parish.


Saint Vincent DePaul Parish:
Receipts for parish purposes: $932.00 from the Sunday envelopes; $44.00 from the second collection (plate); $204.00 from the Dues envelopes; $384.00 from the All Saints envelopes; $218.00 from the All Souls envelopes; $64.00 from the loose, (including All Saints and All Souls).
Total: $1,846.00
Receipts for non-parish purposes: — $0 —
Analysis: When one deducts from the total of the receipts for parish purposes ($1,846.00) our weekly financial obligation to the Diocese, i.e. assessments ($229.38), plus our weekly premium for property and casualty insurance ($282.46), plus our weekly subsidy to Trinity Academy ($250.98), the sum total of which is $762.82, one sees that $1,083.18 is available from this collection for operating the parish.

 CONFESSION SCHEDULE THIS WEEK

Wednesday, 16 November
02:30 to 03:30 pm
St. Vincent dePaul Church

Thursday, 17 November
06:00 to 07:00 pm
St. Vincent dePaul Church

Friday, 18 November
06:30 to 07:30 pm
St. Joseph Chapel

EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT

Wednesday, 16 November
02:00 to 04:00 pm
St. Vincent dePaul Church
Scripture Rosary at about 03:40 pm

Friday, 18 November
06:00 to 08:00 pm
St. Joseph Chapel
Vespers at about 07:30 pm, followed by Chaplet of Divine Mercy


Jesus has made Himself the Bread of Life to give us life. Night and day, He is there. If you really want to grow in love, come back to the Eucharist, come back to that Adoration.”

                                                                                                                    Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

stjos/stvdp: 11.13.2011 - 02


 PRAYER SERVICE IN CEMETERY
Sunday, 13 November

St. Vincent dePaul Cemetery, Frackville
07:00 pm
In case of rain or snow, the service will be rescheduled.
Please dress appropriately for outdoors. You might want to bring a chair.
DOROTHY A. KUTCHINSKY COLLINS,
a former member of St. Vincent dePaul Parish, died on Sunday, 30 October 2011.
Born on 02 November 1940, she was 70 years old.
She is a daughter of the late William and Anna (Miksa) Kutchinsky.
She was married to Joseph Collins (deceased).
She is the mother of Judith Collins Pritchard and Joseph Collins.
The Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Tuesday, 04 November, at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Enola PA.
The interment took place in St. Vincent dePaul Cemetery, Frackville.
Eternal rest grant unto Dorothy, O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
DONALD JAMES MISAVAGE,
a member of St. Vincent dePaul Parish, died on Tuesday, 01 November 2011.
Born on 30 November 1938, he was 72 years old.
He is the son of the late Joseph A. and Mary Sally (Banonis) Misavage.
Donald was baptized in St. Vincent dePaul Church on 15 December 1938.
He is survived by his sister, Dorothy Misavage Reid.
The Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated in St. Vincent dePaul Church on Saturday, 05 November, at 11:00 am. There was a viewing in the church prior to the Mass.
The interment took place in St. Vincent dePaul Cemetery, Frackville.
Eternal rest grant unto Donald, 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.

 CHILDREN’S CHINESE AUCTION
Date
: Sunday, 20 November
Time: Doors open at 12:00 noon / Auction starts at 02:00 pm
Place: Trinity Academy, Shenandoah
GREAT RAFFLES! HOME-MADE FOOD!
A GOOD TIME WILL BE HAD BY ALL!
THANK YOU FOR NOT COMPLAINING ABOUT OUR MOVING THE SAINT JOSEPH PARISH MASSES TO THE CHAPEL. YOU KNOW THAT WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING TO ECONOMIZE ON THE FUEL OIL.

stjos/stvdp:11.13.2011 - 03


SOPHIE HELEN DOBROSIELSKI D’ALFONSO,
a member of St. Vincent dePaul Parish, died on Wednesday. 09 November 2011.
Born on 15 October 1912, she was 99 years old.
Sophie registered in St. Vincent dePaul Parish in 2008, shortly after St. Joseph Parish in Pottsville closed. Despite her great age, she was able to attend Sunday Mass here at StVdP a good many times. After a while, age and infirmity made it impossible for her to come.
Sophie is the eldest of the seven children of the late Julian and Josephine (Hojnicki) Dobrosielski. All six of her siblings are deceased: Julia Dobrosielski; Frank Dobrosielski; Leo Dobrosielski; Anthony Dobrosielski; Jacob Dobrosielski; Alfred Dobrosielski.
Sophie was married to John J. D’Alfonso Sr. in St. Joseph Church, Pottsville.
John died in 1970.
Sophie and John have four children: Dorothy A. D’Alfonso; Rose M. D’Alfonso Popeck; John J. D’Alfonso Jr. (died in 1967); Josephine A. D’Alfonso Hammond.
They have three grandchildren: Lisa M. Popeck Behrens; Rachel N. Hammond Wolovich; Joseph J. Hammond.
They have six great-grandchildren: Luke A. Behrens; Zakk T. Wolovich; Bryan D. Behrens; Tyler J. Wolovich; Caroline E. Behrens; Logan A. Wolovich.
Sophie received the last rites of the Church on Saturday evening, 05 November. It seemed at the time that she might depart from this life that night, but she “came around”, regaining consciousness and was even able to take some food and drink. She died peacefully four days later.
The Mass of Christian Burial for Sophie will be celebrated in St. Vincent dePaul Church at 11:00 am on Monday, 14 November. There will be a viewing in the church from 09:30 to 11:00 am.
Interment will take place in St. Joseph Cemetery, Pottsville.
Eternal rest grant unto Sophie, O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

CASH BINGO
20 regular games — $25.00 minimum prize
Place: Nativity BVM High School, Pottsville
Date: Sunday, 20 November
Time: Doors open at 11:30 am / Early Bird at 12:30 pm / Bingo begins at 01:00 pm
Cost: $20.00 for a 3 on and $30.00 for a 9 on
Specials / Jackpot Game / 50-50 / Pull Offs / Crazy Bingo Board / Players Pool / Homemade food and desserts / Non-Smoking Facility / Parking available / Handicap accessible
$2.00 Senior Citizen Discount!!!
For more information: Cathy at (570) 640-8945 or Kathy at (570) 527-0520
SONNY and CHER BONO had a baby girl on 04 March 1969. They named her CHASTITY BONO. When baby girls grow up, they become women. That’s just the way it works. It is inevitable. Unfortunately, CHASTITY BONO has a psychosis. She thinks she is a man. Poor thing! She is not a man. It is absolutely impossible for a woman to become a man (and vice versa). When we say “absolutely impossible”, we mean totally and unreservedly impossible! It is, of course, possible to alter one’s appearance. CHASTITY BONO has altered her appearance. She looks more or less like a man. She has even changed her name to CHAZ BONO. For the record, the person now known as CHAZ BONO is not a man. She is a woman. Gender pertains to one’s soul. It is metaphysical, not merely physical. Please find a way to work this metaphysical fact into the conversation, just in case you find yourself in a conversation in which the name of the wondrous creature known as CHASTITY / CHAZ BONO comes up. Do this especially for the benefit of children, who might be confused. This moment of sanity is brought to you at no extra charge by your parish bulletin!

stjos/stvdp: 11.13.2011 - 04


Some belated parental advice to protesters
                                                                                                                                           by Marybeth Hicks
Call it an occupational hazard, but I can't look at the Occupy Wall Street protesters without thinking, "Who parented these people?"
As a culture columnist, I've commented on the social and political ramifications of the "movement" -- now known as "OWS" -- whose fairyland agenda can be summarized by one of their placards: "Everything for everybody." Thanks to their pipe-dream platform, it's clear there are people with serious designs on "transformational" change in America who are using the protesters like bedsprings in a brothel.
Yet it's not my role as a commentator that prompts my parenting question, but rather the fact that I'm the mother of four teens and young adults.
There are some crucial life lessons that the protesters' moms clearly have not passed along.
Here, then, are five things the OWS protesters' mothers should have taught their children but obviously didn't, so I will:
#01LIFE ISN'T FAIR. The concept of justice - that everyone should be treated fairly - is a worthy and worthwhile moral imperative on which our nation was founded. But justice and economic equality are not the same. Or, as Mick Jagger said, "You can't always get what you want."
No matter how you try to "level the playing field," some people have better luck, skills, talents or connections that land them in better places. Some seem to have all the advantages in life but squander them, others play the modest hand they're dealt and make up the difference in hard work and perseverance, and some find jobs on Wall Street and eventually buy houses in the Hamptons. Is it fair? Stupid question.
#02NOTHING IS "FREE." Protesting with signs that seek "free" college degrees and "free" health care makes you look like idiots, because colleges and hospitals don't operate on rainbows and sunshine. There is no magic money machine to tap for your meandering educational careers and "slow paths" to adulthood, and the 53 percent of taxpaying Americans owe you neither a degree nor an annual physical.
While I'm pointing out this obvious fact, here are a few other things that are not free: overtime for police officers and municipal workers, trash hauling, repairs to fixtures and property, Band-Aids and the food that inexplicably appears on the tables in your makeshift protest kitchens. Real people with real dollars are underwriting your civic temper tantrum.
#03YOUR WORD IS YOUR BOND. When you demonstrate to eliminate student loan debt, you are advocating precisely the lack of integrity you decry in others. Loans are made based on solemn promises to repay them. No one forces you to borrow money; you are free to choose educational pursuits that don't require loans, or to seek technical or vocational training that allows you to support yourself and your ongoing educational goals. Also, for the record, being a college student is not a state of victimization. It's a privilege that billions of young people around the globe would die for — literally.
#04A PROTEST IS NOT A PARTY. On Saturday in New York, while making a mad dash from my cab to the door of my hotel to avoid you, I saw what isn't evident in the newsreel footage of your demonstrations: Most of you are doing this only for attention and fun. Serious people in a sober pursuit of social and political change don't dance jigs down Sixth Avenue like attendees of a Renaissance festival. You look foolish, you smell gross, you are clearly high and you don't seem to realize that all around you are people who deem you irrelevant.
#05THERE ARE REASONS YOU HAVEN'T FOUND JOBS. The truth? Your tattooed necks, gouged ears, facial piercings and dirty dreadlocks are off-putting. Nonconformity for the sake of nonconformity isn't a virtue. Occupy reality: Only four percent of college graduates are out of work. If you are among that four percent, find a mirror and face the problem. It's not them. It's you.

stjos/stvdp: 11.13.2011 - 05


SOUP SALE
Homemade and donated by “Friends of St. Joseph”, Ashland.
Advance orders only!
Deadline for orders: Friday, 18 November
Pick up: Friday, 02 December and Saturday, 03 December, between 12:00 noon and 03:00 pm
at St. Joseph Hall, Walnut Street, Ashland
Call: Marie Breininger (875-0518) or Marianna O’Hearn (875-2103)
Choices: Bean, Chicken Noodle, Beef Vegetable, Italian Wedding, Potato, Chili Con Carne
Price: $5.00 per quart
2012 PEW MISSALS
These are the Sunday paperback missals that we make available in the pews at St. Joseph Church / Chapel and St. Vincent dePaul Church.
The 2012 edition will be in the pews in time for the Vigil Masses on Saturday, 26 November (the beginning of the new liturgical year).
As in the past, we know that some persons like to have their own copies to take home with them.
Please know that we have copies available for anyone who would like to purchase one or more.
We are selling them for $3.00 each, which is less than you would pay in a store.
They will be on sale in the back of St. Joseph Chapel and St. Vincent dePaul Church after each of the Masses this weekend and next — or you can buy one at StVdP Rectory.

FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER!
FOR THE ELDERLY AND THE INFIRM DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME!
A COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM SPONSORED BY THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE THE RECIPIENT OF A FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME ON 24 NOVEMBER, YOU NEED TO CALL EITHER

K of C COUNCIL HOME at (570) 628-3333
OR
TOM KURTEK at (570) 292-2963 (cell)

DEADLINE FOR SIGNING UP FOR A DINNER IS FRIDAY, 18 NOVEMBER
BIBLES FOR SALE
These make excellent gifts for Christmas or for any occasion — or for no particular occasion!
Every Catholic home should have a Catholic Bible!
If you would like to look at a sample Bible, inquire at StVdP Rectory.
We are selling them at a price that can’t be matched in any store.
The price is $30.00!
THE HOLY ROSARY SOCIETY will be selling chances for $1.00 each in the back of St. Vincent dePaul Church after the weekend Masses. Proceeds will be used to purchase large prizes for the annual Chinese Auction to be held in February. The drawing will take place on 01 December. Please patronize this important fundraising project!

stjos/stvdp: 11.13.2011 - 06


BLONDE JOKES
Disclaimer: Before reading these jokes, please realize that yours truly personally believes that blondes are the smartest people in the world. There is no such thing as a dumb blonde. Anyone who tells “dumb blonde jokes” should be sent to bed without his supper! I am including these “dumb blonde jokes” in the bulletin not because I approve of them but simply as a public service, so that you will be prepared in case someone tells you one. Make certain you do not encourage anyone who tells “dumb blonde jokes” by laughing at them. So, for the sake of practice, please do not laugh — do not even smile — at the following jokes. They are for educational / training purposes only! All of these jokes were given to me by a blonde who is extremely smart!!

The Sheriff pulled up next to a blonde who was parked on the side of a road, dumping garbage out of her pick-up truck. The Sheriff asked, "Why are you dumping garbage in that ditch? Don't you see that sign right over your head?"
"Well, for sure!" she replied. "That's why I'm dumping it here! It says: Fine For Dumping Garbage."
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A State trooper pulled a blonde over to the side of the road. He said, “Lady, you got any ID?" The blonde said, “Any ID about what?”
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A blonde called 911 and said, “I want to report a stolen car. I went out onto the parking lot at Walmart’s to get into my car and I saw someone drive off with it.” The 911 operator asked, “Can you give me a description of the thief?” “No” said the blonde “but I did write down his license plate number!”
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There was a blonde who enjoyed winter sports, so she decided she would try ice fishing. She purchased all the right gear and headed toward the nearest frozen lake. After getting comfortable on her stool, she started to cut a circular hole in the ice. All of a sudden, this loud booming voice from the heavens said, "There are no fish under the ice!" Startled, the blonde moved farther down the ice, set up her stool, and began cutting another hole in the ice. Again, the voice boomed, "There are no fish under the ice!!" This time the blonde was scared so she moved down to the farthest part of the ice and began cutting her hole. Again, the booming voice announced, "Didn’t I tell you twice already? There are no fish under the ice!!!" The frightened blonde raised her head, looked up and said, "Is that You, Lord?" The voice answered, "No, it's not the Lord. It’s the manager of this ice rink."

I FEEL BAD FOR JOE PATERNO! I think most people do. I take into consideration his age and, very likely, his perception that he had done what was required of him when he reported the matter to Tim Curley (the A.D.) and to Gary Schultz, the VP who was in charge of the PSU Campus Police.
Nevertheless, I guess we have to fault him for not going the extra mile. He should have picked up the phone and contacted the police himself — and not just the campus police. He should have called the State Police.
If he had been a high-school coach, he probably would have been more aware of his duty to protect children. But I suppose that college coaches, dealing with kids who are legal adults, are not as keenly aware of the laws that govern mandatory reporting of allegations about sexual assaults on minors. Quite frankly, this obligation has come onto the radar of most of us only recently, including many of us priests.
In my opinion, the person who should have taken more direct and forceful action is Mike McQueary, the “graduate assistant” (now an assistant coach) who actually witnessed the indecent act taking place in the shower room. He was 28 years old at the time, certainly old enough to call the police on his own initiative, without having to consult first with his father or with Joe Paterno. Probably McQueary saw Sandusky as “a powerful guy on campus” and was afraid of doing anything that might ruffle feathers and — who knows? — have a negative impact on his career. If the assailant had been “Joe Schmoe”, maybe McQueary would have reacted more manfully. Recent news reports say that McQueary has been put on “administrative leave”. I think his days at PSU are numbered. He is not a profile in courage.
I think of something I learned a long time ago in Catechism days, viz. the nine ways of being an accomplice to someone else’s sin. These nine ways ought to be memorized by one and all. They are as follows:
(1) Counsel; (2) Command; (3) Consent; (4) Concealment; (5) Defense of the Evil Done;
(6) Partaking; (7) Provocation; (8) Praise; (9) Silence

stjos/stvdp: 11.13.2011 - 07


SOME RECENT NEWS ITEMS AND SOME COMMENTS THEREON
ARCHBISHOP BANS SAME SEX MARRIAGES AT CHURCHES

Clergy and church employees may not participate in the solemnization of a same sex marriage, nor may the property and facilities of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of New York be used for such events, Archbishop Timothy Dolan has said in a decree. This includes providing “services, accommodations, advantages, facilities, goods or privileges for such events.” (CNA)
Comment: No disrespect whatsoever intended towards Archbishop Dolan but why in the world would he feel the need to issue such a decree? Is it not perfectly obvious that Catholic clergy and employees may not participate in the solemnization of same-sex marriages? Maybe he thinks that the clergy of the Archdiocese of New York are not all that bright and need to have it spelled out for them. Well, I guess the Archbishop is just not taking any chances!
JOINT PAIN PROMPTS POPE TO USE A MOBILE PLATFORM
Pope Benedict has reached the age John Paul II was at his death in April 2005, and every stumble or step with a cane is watched for signs of impending doom. A Catholic website is reporting the pope has arthrosis, a degenerative, non-inflammatory joint-disease of the hip, knee, ankle and shoulder. That’s why Benedict asked recently to use the mobile platform used by his predecessor. (USA Today)
Comment: How do you like that “signs of impending doom”? One of the fringe benefits that goes with being an 84-year-old Pope is that people are always checking in on you to see if you’re dead yet. We all have to go sometime, but it is my fond wish that dear Papa Benedict will live long enough to bury the people who are watching for “signs of impending doom”. Benedict XVI, who was born on 16 April 1927, is 84 years old. That makes him (as of right now) the seventh oldest Pope in history. Pope John Paul II, who died at the age of 84, is (as of right now) the sixth oldest Pope in history. God willing, it looks as though Benedict will soon replace John Paul at the #6 spot!
There are five Popes in the history of the Catholic Church who lived to see their 85th birthdays. They are the following: fifth oldest is Innocent XII, who died at the age of 85; fourth oldest is Pius IX, who died at the age of 85; third oldest is Clement X, who died at the age of 86; second oldest is Clement XII, who died at the age of 87; oldest Pope in history (so far) is Leo XIII, who died at the age of 93!!
I am rooting for Papa Benedict to live at least nine or ten more years — long enough to displace Leo XIII and, thereby, become the oldest Pope in history!
I respectfully recommend that he do what I am doing for sore knees: Two capsules daily of Glucosamine-Chondroitin plus three tablets daily of Ibuprofen. And he should take “baby aspirin” daily for his circulation, plus a one-a-day multi-vitamin for general purposes.
TEXAS DIOCESE WILL SPEND $50 MILLION ON EXPANSION
The Diocese of Forth Worth plans to invest $50 million to add parishes and schools and renovate existing ones to help accommodate the growing number of worshippers. The number of Catholics in the diocese is expected to increase from 710,000 to 1.2 million by 2030, making it one of the fastest-growing in the country. Within 18 years, the diocese will need to add as many as 14 parishes. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Comment: A news item such as this gives us some badly needed perspective. We have been agonizing over the closing of parishes and have been wringing our hands and asking, “Why?” The fundamental reason for the closing of parishes is clear to anyone who has eyes to see and ears to hear. The reason is a thirteen-letter word. That word is “contraception”. Mexicans constitute a very large percentage of the Diocese of Fort Worth. Mexicans, by and large, eschew contraception. That’s why Fort Worth needs to build new parishes and schools. God rewards the good and punishes the wicked. (Not exactly a brand new insight!) God grants prosperity to those who obey Him and allows those who disobey Him to wither up. Blessed are those husbands and wives who love one another and allow God to use their love in order to bring children into the world. A society that produces children has a future. A society that prevents children winds up on the dust heap of history. Thank you to all of those couples in our two parishes who are open to the gift of children!

stjos/stvdp: 11.13.2011 - 08


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