+ Parish Schedule for the Week of April 30, 2017 +
Sunday, April 30 [Third Sunday of Easter]:
8:00 am – Health and Blessings for the Rose-Fish Family – int. Mazzer Family
10:30 am + Mary & Andrew Kazanowski – int. daughter, Connie and grandson, Andrew
Monday, May 1 [St. Joseph the Worker]:
8:00 am – Grace and Blessings for Michael Kokoszka – int. Elizabeth Mazzer
Tuesday, May 2 [St. Athanasius]:
5:30 pm – Grace and Blessings for Betty Fritz – int. Filipi Family
Wed., May 3 [St. Jude Novena / Sts. Philip and James / Bd. Stanislaus Kazimerczyk]:
5:30 pm – Grace and Blessings for Wid Perry – int. OLC C.C.D. Program
Thursday, May 4 [St. Florian / Bd. Michael Giedroyc]:
5:30 pm –Grace and Blessings for Al and Cathy Becklo – int. Filipi Family
First Friday, May 5:
5:30 pm – Health and Blessings for Sr. Agnes Loretta and Sarah Garrepy – int.
Recitation of the Litany to the Sacred Heart of Jesus will follow Mass
First Saturday, May 6:
The Holy Rosary will be recited before Mass, Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament, Litany of Loreto and Benediction following Mass
8:00 am – Health and Blessings for the Filipi Family – int. Mazzer Family
4:00 pm + Catherine Hieronymus – int. Filipi Family
6:00 pm (Spanish) – For our Parish and Parishioners
Sunday, May 7 [Fourth Sunday of Easter]:
8:00 am – Brendan Enwright and Family – int. Filipi Family
10:30 am – Living and departed members of the Holy Rosary Society
+ Królowo Polski Módl Się za Nami +
MONDAY, MAY 1st is the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker focusing on the dignity of labor through the humility of St. Joseph. He will be remembered in the Mass at 8:00 a.m.
TUESDAY, MAY 2nd is the Feast of St. Athanasius the Bishop of Alexandria and a great champion of orthodox teaching in the Church. He suffered greatly for his defense of the truth. He will be remembered in the Mass at 5:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3rd is the Feast of St. Philip and St. James the Apostles. St. Philip after preaching the gospel was crucified and St. James was beaten to death in Jerusalem for his Faith. They will be remembered in the Mass at 5:30 a.m.
FRIDAY, MAY 5th is the First Friday of the Month in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The Mass of the Sacred Heart will be offered at 5:30 p.m. followed by the Litany of the Sacred Heart. Confessions will be heard starting at 5:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, MAY 6th is the First Saturday of the Month in honor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The devotions will begin with Mass at 8:00 a.m. followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Holy Rosary and Benediction. Confessions will be available at 7:30 a.m.
THE HOLY ROSARY SOCIETY will gather as a body for the 10:30 a.m. Mass on Sunday, May 7th. Following the Mass they will have a meeting with a pot luck dinner in the church undercroft. At 2:00 p.m. they will gather again in the church for May devotions with the Rosary and Benediction.
LADIES OF OUR PARISH interested in joining the Sisterhood of the Holy Rosary Society are invited to our meeting on Sunday, May 7th in the morning following the 10:30 Mass in the church undercroft. The Holy Rosary Society meets four times a year and is involved in charitable and spiritual activities throughout the year. There are also many spiritual benefits to membership.
Monastic Experience Weekend – St. Mary’s Monastery, a contemplative monastery of Benedictine monks set in a forested area in Petersham, Mass., is offering a Monastic Experience Weekend for young Catholic men aged 18-40 from June 2-4, 2017. Men will participate in the monks’ daily balance of prayer, work and study, and will have the opportunity to speak with those who have been called to this vocation. Contact: Fr. Gregory at 978-724-3350 or firstname.lastname@example.org. ww.stmarysmonastery.org.
MAY 3rd IS THE FEAST of Our Lady, Queen of the Crown of Poland. The Virgin Mary, always dear to the Polish people is honored especially in the month of May which is dedicated to her. There are special ceremonies, processions, coronations, and prayers for this month. Her altars and shrines, both indoors and outdoors are beautifully decorated and tended. It is a Polish family custom to set up a shrine to Mary in the home or garden and of keeping fresh flowers and candles around it as a sign of petition and in gratitude for Our Lady’s prayers.
In 1655 Poland was attacked and nearly crushed by Swedish, Turkish, German and Cossack armies. The only stronghold was the great monastery of Our Lady of Czestochowa on Jasna Gora. After the miraculous defense of Czestochowa and the expulsion of the enemy, King John II Casimir made a solemn vow to the Virgin Mary proclaiming her as the QUEEN OF THE POLISH CROWN: “Great Mother of God made Man, most Holy Virgin, I, King John Casimir, lie prostrate at your feet. I take you as my patron and the Queen of my nations and my Kingdom, commending my troops and people of all estates to your special care and protection.”
It is interesting to note that from the date of this vow every Polish king made a holy pilgrimage to Częstochowa to pray before the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Jasna Gora immediately after their coronation – all, that is, except for the unfortunate last king of Poland who seemed to ignore the custom, and who eventually lost his crown when Poland lost her freedom.
MAY 3rd IS THE DAY OF THE GREAT Polish Constitution called simply the Constitution of May 3rd (1791). It was the first democratic constitution in Europe which won the admiration of the world with its spirit of freedom, reform and brotherhood. Unfortunately democracy was seen as a threat to the royalty who surrounded Poland and soon they banded together to crush this noble effort. Austria, Germany and Russia formed an “Unholy Alliance” in order to eliminate Poland and democracy from the map of Europe. Poland might have survived a war of one or maybe even two fronts but three armies proved too much for even the best of troops and Poland ceased to exist officially for almost 100 years on June 25, 1795.
MAY 4th IS THE FEAST of Bd. Michael Giedroyc who died in 1485. He was a holy monk who lived in the monastery of Our Lady of Metro at Kraków. He lived a life of heroic simplicity and mortification. His life was one of continual prayer and sacrifice. He lived in a cell so small that he could scarcely lie down, leaving only to go to church.
His austerities were hard but he never relaxed them in illness or in his old age. He was consoled by Jesus who spoke to him from a crucifix and he also had the gifts of miracles and prophecy.
MAY 4th IS THE FEAST of St. Florian, the early Christian martyr and the patron of the city of Krakow. St. Florian was an officer of the Roman army who suffered death for his faith in 304. He was cruelly tortured, being twice scourged, skinned alive and then drowned.
In 1138 Pope Lucius III gave the relics of St. Florian to King Casimir for the city of Krakow (then the capital of Poland). Many miracles of healings are attributed to his intercession and St. Florian is invoked as a powerful protector of those in danger from fire or water. In addition to being the patron of Krakow, St. Florian is also the patron of firemen everywhere.
MAY DEVOTIONS in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary will take place Sunday, May 7th at 2:00 p.m. Benediction and the Holy Rosary will be included.
THE MAY CROWNING of the Blessed Virgin Mary will take place at the 10:30 a.m. Mass on Sunday, May 7th.
MOTHER’S DAY CARDS for our annual Mother’s Day Novena of Masses which will begin on Saturday, May 14th are presently available in the front vestibule. The Novena will continue for nine days of Masses for all Mothers living and departed.
ALL CHILDREN OF OUR PARISH MAKING their First Communion will make their confession on Saturday, May 13th at 9:00 a.m. This will be followed by a rehearsal and a party. The children will receive their First Holy Communion on Sunday, May 14th at the 10:30 a.m. Mass. Pray for our children who for the first time will receive Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament into their hearts to be their Lord and Savior now and forever their friend and companion through life and eternity. The children who be making their First Communion next Sunday are: Natalia Blanchard, Veronica Cottrill, Austin Drowski, Bryce Drowski, Joshua Filipi, Lorelai Galway, Mary Gilbert, Liam Hart, Florian Jaracz, Michael Korpiewski, John Ramirez Martin, Vivienne Soucy and Ella Tidlund.
Last day for Catechism classes – Sunday, May 21st
Parents are encouraged to continue a program of prayer and Sacraments
with their children. It’s a matter of eternal life or eternal death.
MOTHER’S DAY ROSES FOR LIFE – On Mothers’ Day weekend, May 14th and 15th, roses will be available at the doors of the church to benefit the Pro-Life cause in Franklin County. Donations will be $3.00 per rose / $30 per dozen. All proceeds to benefit pro-life events throughout the year.
You are invited to a Celebration of Thomas Aquinas College’s New England Campus
and The Moody Center as they mark the official receiving of Northfield Campus
(formerly Northfield Seminary for Girls and Northfield Mount Hermon School)
Tuesday, May 2, 2017 3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. Northfield Campus Auditorium
231 Main Street, Northfield. Reception following under the canopy.Please note: May 2nd events with Thomas Aquinas College officials will include an 8:30 a.m. Mass at St. Patrick’s, Northfield with Celebrant Fr. Ryan Rooney. All are welcome.
The “Teresians” – We know you have been reading about our new ministry the “Teresians”. As we have said there is NO commitment. We will notify everyone on the ministry list (via email) when someone is sick and in need of prayer or a visit OR dying and in need of prayer or a visit OR died and the funeral details. It will be up to each individual/family to decide how they can minister. No one is expected to respond to each need. If any parishioner knows of someone in need, please email Joy Pelc (email@example.com) and Nancy Faller (firstname.lastname@example.org), so we can get the word out. Father will be in charge of letting us know about funerals. Thank you for your help! Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Pray for us. Dear Lord, the Great Healer, I kneel before You. Since every perfect gift must come from You. I pray, give kindness and meekness to my heart, clear vision to my mind, and skill to my hands. (Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta)
FATIMA 101 – A Lady dressed in white who said she was from Heaven. Who was she? What did she say? What really happened? What does it mean for us today? Join us on Friday, May 5th from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Church, 1900 Allen St., Springfield for an introduction to the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima for the 100th Anniversary.
THE FOLLOWING MASS INTENTIONS have been sent to various Missionaries. They will be offered as follows and you may attend the Masses here in our church as the Missionaries offer the Masses in their churches.
Sun., April 30: 8:00 – Health and Blessings for Mathew Mielke – int. Nina Johnson
10:30 – Grace and Blessings for Fr. Charles Di Mascola – int. Nancy Faller
Monday, May 1: + George & Dorothy Piecuch – int. niece, Carol
Tuesday, May 2: – Living and departed members of the Seago Family – int. Betty Fritz
Wed., May 3: – Grace and Blessings for Fr. Seán O’Mannion – int. Nancy Faller
Thursday, May 4: + Mary Garmalo – int. Nancy Faller
Friday, May 5: – Living and departed members of the Seago Family – int. Betty Fritz
Saturday, May 6: 8:00 – Grace and Blessings for Donald Trump – int. Nancy Faller
4:00 + Mary R. Di Mascola – int. Son
PLEASE NOTE: The above Masses not only assist the souls for whom they are offered, but they also help the Missionaries who often times receive very little help. It also helps the people where the Masses are offered. Bóg wam zapłać
Two Pilgrimages to World Meeting of Families – The World Meeting of Families will be held in Dublin, Ireland from August 21-26, 2018. Two great pilgrimages (8 or 12 day) are planned which include daily Mass and visits to numerous shrines (Knock, St. Peter, Nat’l. Shrine to St. Oliver Plunkett, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, St. Valentine, Venerable Matt Talbot, Tomb of Venerable John Sullivan, depending on which pilgrimage you choose) and many places of interest. For more information contact Grand View Tours at (610-361-7979), visit http://www.catholicsindublin.com, or contact Fr. Jonathan Reardon at Holy Family Parish in So. Deerfield (665-3254).
Mass. Citizens for Life Mother’s Day Dinner – Pioneer Valley Mass. Citizens for Life’s 43rd Annual Mother’s Day Dinner will be Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Chez Josef in Agawam. The event will start with a social hour at 5:45 p.m. followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Tickets are $50. The speaker will be Dr. Joel Brind, professor of human biology and endocrinology at Baruch College, who will speak on “The Correlation between Abortion and Break Cancer”. To purchase tickets, please call the Pioneer Valley office at 413-583-5034. Proceeds of the dinner fund the Ludlow office.
Tag, Rummage, Book, Plant and Bake Sale – The Holy Trinity Rosary Society will hold a tag, rummage, book, plant and bake sale on Friday, May 5th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and on Saturday, May 6th from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Holy Trinity Church in Greenfield. Saturday only $1.00 bag sale begins at noon. Lunch will be available.
K of C Fourth Annual Charity Golf Tournament – The Greenfield Knights of Columbus, Council #133, are looking for golfers and sponsors for their fourth annual charity golf tournament to be held on Friday, May 26th at Crumpin-Fox golf course in Bernardston. Crumpin-Fox was recently voted by Golf Advisor as one of the top 50 courses in the country! The event will be an 18-hole, 4-person scramble with tee advantages for senior golfers. The entry fee of $110 includes green fees, carts, lunch and dinner. Two raffles and a silent auction will be held and include: $1,000 cash, Cleary Jewelry, four Red Sox tickets, 3-day Cape Cod vacation, Crumpin-Fox golf certificates, sports memorabilia, a Broadway show package and much, much more. Pioneer Volvo is sponsoring a “Hole-in-One” contest for a chance to win a new car. The proceeds from the event will be used to fund a number of worthy causes in Greenfield and Franklin County. For more information, call Jason Semaski (413) 626-3378, Bob Wanczyk (413) 774-2465, or Lou Grader (413) 774-2848.
PLEASE MARK YOUR 2017 CALENDARS!!! We are doing four Community Meals in 2017: Wednesday, June 7; Wednesday, September 13 and Wednesday December 6. As you can see, the first one is coming up quickly! We are responsible for the main meal, breads, beverages and dessert and a small group of volunteers to help serve the meal, which takes place at the Second Congregational Church in Greenfield. There will be a sign-up sheet in the front vestibule with aluminum pans for your convenience for our dinner on June 6th. Please contact Cathy Becklo at 413-863-2267 or at email@example.com if you would like more information or have any questions. Thank you for all the wonderful effort that keeps this program running so beautifully!
AS OUR GARDENS burst into bloom, please remember the altars in our church. All flowers are gladly accepted to decorate our altars. Please let Mary Kobera know what you have and when you will be bringing them so she can arrange the altars to glorify God and beautify the Mass.
Spring Sock-A-Thon – Many charitable organizations in town receive donations of clothing for the needy, but the item they need the most and receive the least is socks. Be a good “sole” and donate a pair of new socks to keep the feet of those less fortunate warm and dry! There will be boxes available in the church on the weekend of May 20-21 for your donations. Thank you!
Our parish has a Prayer Line under the patronage of the Sacred Heart of Jesus which is available for anyone. To utilize the Prayer Line simply call 413-259-7571 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to leave a message with your intention and over 25 intercessors will pray for your intention daily.
Fatima Vision Reminds Us of St. Joseph’s Patronage
Model of fatherhood linked to Marian apparitions.
With the 100th Anniversary of Fatima, many people have heard about the “Miracle of the Sun” in the October 1917 apparition. But few realize that St. Joseph appeared in that vision.
Servant of God Lucia Santos, the longest living visionary of Fatima, described the blessed appearance in her Memoirs: “After Our Lady had disappeared into the immense distance of the firmament, we beheld St. Joseph with the Child Jesus and Our Lady robed in white with a blue mantle, beside the sun. St. Joseph and the Child Jesus seemed to bless the world, for they traced the Sign of the Cross with their hands.”
“It reiterates the importance of St. Joseph’s role within the Church,” explained Mike Wick, executive director of the Institute on Religious Life, of St. Joseph’s appearance. As a husband and father, Wick finds that St. Joseph’s presence in the apparition “says so much for our world today. He’s the silent giant, the forgotten friend who is constantly present.”
In Corcoran, Minnesota, Brian Holt looks to St. Joseph as a model for being a husband and father. He and his wife, Marylou, have eight children ranging in age from 8 to 26.
“My favorite daily prayer for years before work is the ‘Workman’s Prayer to St. Joseph,’” Holt said, adding that the family also prays the Rosary ahead of home-schooling each day.
Holt has been trying to follow Joseph’s saintly example when teaching work skills to his children, too. For this year’s winter project, he worked with three of his sons in remodeling a part of their home. “I’m teaching them skills so that when they’re heads of their own families, they can take care of themselves,” explained Holt, who builds furniture, too. “The skills, the health, and motivation comes from God. The ability to serve comes from God. To have work to do is a blessing.”
Wick said his favorite title for Joseph is “patron of the present moment” — to live the present moment taking on the grace God gives you to fulfill the duty and the vocation you’re called, “quietly and subtly as Joseph did.”
The Holy Family’s presence at the last Fatima apparition is a timely reminder for today’s families, believes Wick. “We need this today in families — the reflection of what the Church is to be, the family of God. Joseph being head of the Holy Family gives us great instruction to what God’s plan is to be.”
“St. Joseph was teaching and reflecting the image of the fatherhood of God” in his role as head of the Holy Family, Wick added.
Thus, Fatima, for all of its other meanings, also is a reminder of the importance of fatherhood.
“The fatherhood of St. Joseph, as with all human fathers, is a reflection in a creature of the fatherhood of God the Father,” emphasized Msgr. Joseph Cirrincione in his 1989 booklet St. Joseph, Fatima and Fatherhood. “[T]he vision of St. Joseph and the Infant Jesus blessing the world, with Mary by the side of the sun, which has not left its place, is God’s assurance that although man may reject him, God will never reject man.”
When the peaceful family scene is disrupted by the sun’s gyrations during the Miracle of the Sun, Msgr. Cirrincione sees “an ominous foreshadowing of the consequences for the world, which are sure to be felt if the true fatherhood of God and the traditional strong role of the father of the family are rejected by mankind.”
He added: “The Miracle of the Sun represents not so much a threat of evils to come as it does a foreshadowing of the dethronement of God the Father and an intimation of the appalling consequences to follow.”
Msgr. Cirrincione explained, “Since human fatherhood, as a reflection of the fatherhood of God, was designed to be the pillar of the family, the disappearance of esteem for fatherhood has led to the collapse of that pillar and to the disintegration of the family.” Wick agreed: “The presence of Joseph especially at Fatima is a reminder God the Father is looking for us, waiting for us to return to the Lord. Joseph, just like Mary, plays the part of the missionary.”
Looking to St. Joseph, the patron of the universal Church, is key for his March feast day and beyond — as Pope Leo XIII reminded the faithful.
Pope Leo XIII consecrated October to Our Lady of the Rosary — the title Mary would later call herself at Fatima — and in his 1889 encyclical Quamquam Pluries (Devotion to St. Joseph), Pope Leo asked “for the Christian people continually to invoke, with great piety and trust, together with the Virgin Mother of God, her chaste Spouse, the Blessed Joseph.”
Because it was of “high importance that the devotion to St. Joseph” was included in the daily practices of Catholics, Leo prescribed and provided a prayer to St. Joseph to be recited after the Rosary during October.
Keeping the holy example of St. Joseph in mind is a key part of Catholic devotion.
As Pope Leo wrote: “The Blessed Patriarch looks upon the multitude of Christians who make up the Church as confided specially to his trust – this limitless family spread over the
earth, over which, because he is the spouse of Mary and that he was reputed the father of Jesus Christ, he holds, as it were, a paternal authority.
“It is, then, natural and worthy that as the Blessed Joseph ministered to all the needs of the family at Nazareth and girt it about with his protection, he should now cover with the cloak of his heavenly patronage and defend the Church of Jesus Christ.”
In his book True Story of Fatima, Father John DeMarchi believes similarly, stating, “Our Lord did not come to destroy, but to save. He saved the world that day through the blessing of good St. Joseph and the love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary for her children on earth.” – http://www.ncregister.com
Defending Life – Learn the Church’s teaching about the right to life, and find out what you can do to defend it. Watch new episodes of “Defending Life” airing on EWTN at 2:30 a.m. on Wednesdays and 11:00 p.m. on Thursdays. Listen on EWTN Radio Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays at 5 a.m. and 1 p.m. You can also stream EWTN online by going to EWTN.com and then clicking on the “television” tab. For show topics for each week visit DefendingLife.TV.
THE ST. JUDE NOVENA is offered every Wednesday at the 5:30 p.m. Mass. All are welcome to participate in these prayers for the intercession of St. Jude, the patron of desperate cases.
Children’s Hour of Adoration – The guided children’s hour of adoration is held on the first Thursday of every month at the Adoration Chapel in Greenfield at 4:00 p.m. Join us on May 4th. For more information, call Virginia Christi at 624-3467.
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OUR LADY’S HOLY ICON will visit the home of Joanne Dowdy for a week of prayer and petition for the needs of our Parish. We thank you for this holy work of power and love.
PRAY FOR VOCATIONS to the Priesthood from our Parish and for our Parish so that we might always have a Priest here to celebrate the Mass and administer the Holy Sacraments! Please join in the Divine Mercy Chaplet to pray for vocations to the priesthood every Friday beginning at 4:45 p.m.
THE WEEKLY PRO-LIFE NOVENA takes place on Saturday before the 8:00 a.m. Mass begging God for an end to the massacre of the innocents, the violence to women, and protection of the handicapped, the aged and all those who are threatened by the so called choice mentality of our culture.
PERPETUAL ADORATION AT BLESSED SACRAMENT CHURCH in Greenfield has been successfully running since October of 1994. There has been someone in prayer before our Lord in the Eucharist 24 hours a day, seven days a week since that time. What an incredible grace for our community! We are always looking for hour volunteers, someone willing to give just one hour a week to Jesus, and substitutes who would fill in for regular hours when needed. We will need substitutes more than ever as the summer months (vacations) approach. If you can help in any way, please call Maureen Filiault at 863-4777
PLEASE DON’T FORGET OUR GROCERIES for the Poor Project! Many people who are having a hard time come to the Rectory for help. Please help us to help them. It is a sad and heartbreaking thing to turn someone away when we run out of groceries! Any non-perishable items that you can spare will be greatly appreciated – dry milk, canned soups and stews, peanut butter, cereal, baked beans, canned vegetables, canned fruits, crackers, juices, etc. Please leave them in the front vestibule of the church.
Holy Hour for the Sick and Dying – A Holy Hour is being observed each Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. in the Adoration Chapel at Blessed Sacrament Church in Greenfield. Included are the singing of hymns, recitation of the Rosary, and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for the Sick and the Dying. The hour concludes with Benediction. If you know of someone who is ailing and in need of special graces and prayer, please be encouraged to come and spend an hour for his/her intention. All are welcome.
FREE MINISTRY TO TRAVELING CATHOLICS. For nationwide Mass Times and locations: call 1-800-Mass-Times (1-800-627-78460 or http://www.Masstimes.org.
Eternal Rest Grant Unto Them O Lord,
And Let Your Perpetual Light Shine Upon Them.
Frank Janek 4/30/1959
John Kuczek 4/30/1966
Mildred F. Potosek 4/30/1988
Chester W. Skowron 4/30/1989
Walter E. Kulesa 4/30/2003
Anne O. Niedbala 4/30/2011
Anna Sikora 5/1/1922
Barbara Kuzawuski 5/1/1924
Michael Mirecki 5/1/1981
Elaine A. Krejmas 5/1/1986
Edward J. Dranzek 5/1/1998
Theodore A. Pluta 5/1/1998
Adeline S. Cislo 5/1/2013
Mary A. Kruczek 5/2/1997
Marguerite A. Zayac 5/2/2004
Francius Putala 5/3/1947
Konstacji Korda 5/3/1955
Konstanty Traczewski 5/3/1955
Dorothy LaMountain 5/3/1993
Boleslaus Grygo 5/4/1934
Josephine Kopec 5/4/1975
Adeline B. Schab 5/4/1991
John J. Yez 5/4/2010
Veronica E. Krol 5/4/2014
Stanislaw Piszkor 5/5/1958
Frank Rudinski 5/5/1963
Mary E. Tucek 5/5/1990
Rosemarie E. Black 5/5/2010
George Kabaniec 5/6/1927
Wojtreck Podosek 5/6/1946
Joseph Pogoda 5/6/1963
Bronislawa Tranowski 5/6/1968
Remember the Holy Souls in Your Prayers
Alternatives Pregnancy Center – Pregnancy Tests, Counseling, Support Services, and Post Abortion Support, All Services Free and Confidential, 466 Main Street, P.O. Box 344, Greenfield, MA 01302-0344 — (413) 774-6010
CHURCH CHOIRS: The St. Cecilia Choir, which sings at the Sunday 10:30 Mass and other special services, is always seeking additional singers of any experience. We rehearse every Sunday in the choir loft following the 10:30 Mass, from 11:30 – 12:30. For information, please see Henry Gaida or e-mail email@example.com. The Saint Gregory Choir is accepting new members with any level of experience, adults and youths. One need only have a desire to sing in the Mass. We sing sacred chant and 16th century sacred polyphony. We meet to rehearse in the choir loft every Friday evening right after Mass or devotions. We sing at the 8:00 Sunday morning Mass. For more information, call Robert Heath at 772-8738.
PLEASE NOTE that every day of the month is set aside to pray for a specific priest or deacon of Franklin County. Please join in dedicating every day to one of the clergymen designated in our calendar. The intentions for this week are:
|Pope Francis||Our Deacon Candidates||Fr. Campoli||Fr. Roux||Msgr. Yargeau||Deacon Rabbitt||Clergy who are sick|
THIS BULLETIN is sponsored by the St. Stanislaus and St. Kazimierz Societies.