1 401 S. Main Street Newark, NY Joseph & Josephine Arnitz Pauleen Attenboro Anthony Bernardi Kay Bramante Susan Bunce Peter & Mary Buragina & James David Burns Robert Burns Robert F. Burns Mae Buttaccio Santo Buttaccio James Caesar Anita Castagnola Dorothy Chimera James & Joseph Colacino Ron Colacino Carl & Anna Conklin Vincenza Conway Charlie Costello Thomas & Margaret Cote Thomas & Rosalie Critelli Danny Crothers Alice Day Emil & Hedwig Deeg Angie DeJohn August, Louise & Sophia Dennis Harry & Marguerite Dennis John & Steven Derr Thomas & Bertha DeVelder Al & Stephanie Dewa Jean Dibble Elmer & Marie Dunn John & Margaret Farrell Elmer & Marion Fyles Russell George Lawrence Red Gnau Justin Goodman Mary, Joseph, Francis & Susan Greco Cathyjo Sherman Gridlley Joe & Jane Gullo Orlie Gullo Chester & Isabelle Harvey Diana L. Havrilla Edward & Rosemary Hethcoat Anton Horch Karl & Gert Horch Richard Housecamp Easter Sunday EASTER FLOWERS MEMORIALS Our altar & church are beautifully decorated with Easter Flowers donated in memory and honor of the following: Mr. John Hurley M/M John Hurley Ted & Kay Jablonski Stephen & Ed Jagiello Floyd & Martha Johnson Audry Juliano Sarah Kern Theresa Lagana Arthur Litts Hugo, Teresa & Bill Lucianovic Bernard O Connell Charles & Mildred Martens Ann Martin Frank & Angelica Mason Charles, Mary & Eleanor McCall Andrew & Jane McCollum & family Sean McManus Thomas McManus William & Violet McManus Ronald & Antoinette Means Lucia Meath Frank, Louise & Albert Mels Armond & Margueritte Mere Anthony & Mildred Moyer Frank Muoio Theresa Muoio Nancy B. Murphy Eleanor Nevil Katherine Nevil Helen Nita Fredrick & Bertha Noack Robert Owen M/M Salvatore Paliotti & family Nancy Palermo James & Portia Paone Bernhard Pfister Anthony Pizzirusso Loretta Pollock Leona Post Sam & Mary Prinzi Frederick & Antoinette Pryzbyc Frank, Anna & Skip Ruffalo Anna Rowan Walter & Clarissa Safford Helen Salamone Arthur & Louise Salerno David L. San Angelo Anthony & Evelyn Santelli Ellen M. Sapp Elizabeth T. Scalise David & Catherine Schnaus Floyd & Emma Schnaus Raymond & Lillian Schnaus Fred & Mary Shea Charles & Catherine Sherman Dick & Jerome Shuler Francis & Jeffrey Siler Josephine Spadafore Pat & Betty Smith Floyd K. Steinruck Judy Stephen George & Emma Townsend Scott Trexler M/M Anthony Valvano Pauline VandeMortel Donald Viola Delores Wagemaker Helen Wersinger Paul Wersinger Bruce & Joan Williams Kevin Wind Stanley Wlodarczyk Emilio & Mary Yaniri Antoni Zietkiewicz Sylvester Zietkiewicz Deceased Members of:: Bankert & Tamilio families Charles & Mary Colasurdo family DiSanto family Gallant & Straight families Gilardo family Gillard family Glica & Vogel families Jarzynka family Kehoe & Wilhelm families Krolak & Galen families McLellan & Snyder families Niemiec & Kuczminski families Ryan & Blondell families Newton & Rose Sapp family
2 DAY MASS INTENTION EVENTS Sunday, April 20 Easter Sunday The Resurrection of the Lord Acts 10: 34a, Col 3: 1-4 Jn 20: 1-9 Monday, April 21 Monday within the Acts 2: 14, Mt 28: 8-15 Tuesday, April 22 Tuesday within the Octive of Easter Acts 2: Jn 20:11-18 Wednesday, April 23 Wednesday within the Acts 3: 1-10 Lk 24: Thursday, April 24 Thursday within the Acts 3: Lk 24:35-48 Friday, April 25 Friday within the Acts 4: 1-12 Jn 21:1-14 Saturday, April 26 Saturday within the Acts 4: Mk 16: 9-15 Sunday, April 27 Second Sunday Of Easter Acts 2: Pt 1: 3-9 Jn 20: :15 am ~ Hedwig Deeg Frank & Monika Brunner 10:30 am ~ Antoni Zietkiewicz family 8:00 am ~ Liturgy of the Word, with communion 7:30 am Liturgy of the Word, with communion 4:30 pm ~ Armond & Margueritte Mere legacy 8:15 am ~ Salvatore Vito Mom, Dad & Sister 10:30 am ~ Paul Lanciault Gary & Carleen Pierce SCHEDULES WEEKEND OF APRIL NO FAITH FORMATION NO SCOOCH HAPPY EASTER! 1 pm ~ Rosary for the Unborn in the chapel 6:30 pm ~ KFC (middle school youth group) meets in Rm # SMS 7 pm ~ Estudio sobre el Credo NO CHOIR NO FAITH WORKS 7 pm ~ Misa (chapel) hora social (parish church) 10 am ~ Touched By parish center 3:15 pm ~ Confessions 2nd Collection for Home Missions Return Rice Bowls 9:15 am ~ K-5 Faith SMS 6:30 pm ~ SCOOCH (high school youth group) meets in Rm. SMS 10:30 am Mass ~ Baptism 2nd Collection for Home Missions Return Rice Bowls MASS ALTAR SERVERS LECTORS COMMENTATORS EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS SATURDAY APRIL 26, 4:30 PM SUNDAY APRIL 27, 8:15 AM SUNDAY APRIL 27, 10:30 AM CHILDREN S LITURGY APRIL 27, 10:30 AM A. Dewa S. Hartman L. Lauster K. Semmler, B. Semmler, B. Hegeman* P. Dennis, M. Hegeman, H. Kreuser P. Donnelly S. Finewood D. Doyle L. Poiesz, R. Krolak, A. Chandler* J. DeSanto, E. George, K. George I. Mac Taggart M. Grasso Older Group P. Busby D. Barrett A. Diamond J. Howard, R. Dewa, C. Owen* K.. Joslyn, S. Joslyn, K. Camblin Younger Group K. Joslyn Youth Help M. Rinella bold = bread minister, * = cup washer MONEY COUNTERS Dr. Mooney, Captain Joe & Michelle Malach
3 An Evening to Remember will be back. A $200 gift certificate to the Belhurst Castle with a chauffeured ride in a Rolls Royce (Frank Scalise) to and home. Tickets will be on sale after all weekend Masses in April and May up to the drawing which will be Mother s Day, May 11th. Tickets are $1 each or $5 for 6 tickets. Sponsored by The Rosary & Altar Society. FOR THEY DID NOT YET UNDERSTAND THE SCRIPTURES THAT HE HAD TO RISE FROM THE DEAD. Easter is most important Christian feast of the year. Because of this we usually have significant spiritual preparation for this feast. The Church encourages us to pray a little more this time, to deny ourselves of some of the luxuries and discipline our urges through fasting, and to be more generous in our self-giving by giving alms and in sharing our resources with others, especially the poor. All this is done in preparation for the celebration of the feast of the Resurrection. Scriptures tells us that the disciples who had been with Jesus all this while still didn t understand that Jesus had to rise from the dead. The events of Good Friday left the friends of Jesus not only completely disappointed, but also fearful of the Jews. But the experience of Easter morning filled them with hope. It dispels the darkness and takes away their fear. Mary Magdalene and her companions, after being told by the angel that Jesus has been raised, are commanded to go and tell the others what they have seen and heard. The Resurrection is not a time for the disciples to relax. It s a time to go and announce the Good News that Jesus has risen and that his glory has appeared among us like never before. This day is full of joy because the Lord has risen. This is the day for telling the wondrous stories of the Easter events. The Gospel calls forth from us a response of joy, enthusiasm and our willingness to tell others of the Good News that He is Risen. We also welcome all who are baptized this season and admitted into the church. We pray that the Lord strengthens their faith and gives them courage to witness to the life of the risen Christ. Happy Easter to everyone. May your hearts be filled with the Easter Joy. Fr. Felix The Most Reverend Salvatore Matano will preside at a Wedding Jubilee Mass to honor couples who have been married 25 years or more on Sunday, April 27th at 2 PM at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Rochester. A reception will follow the Mass to honor the attendees. Please send name and complete mailing address to Sylvia Mancuso: x 1295 or x 1295 Bethlehem Christian Families will be visiting us here at St. Michael s the weekend of April 26/27. After all Masses, that weekend, they will have for sale: Nativity Scenes, Crucifix, Rosaries, Christmas Ornaments & Figures. These all are made from hand carved olive wood from the Holy Land of Bethlehem. Our support will benefit the Christian Wood Carvers of Bethlehem. On the weekend of April 26-27, parishes across the U. S. will take up the Catholic Home Missions Appeal. The collection will support dioceses in the U.S. that are unable to offer their people basic pastoral ministries of word, worship & service without outside help. This year the needy dioceses will include, Kalamazoo, Michigan & Jackson, Mississippi. Thank you! Que Suenen las Campanas y Canten las Voces! Jesucristo ha resucitado! Volvemos a cantar jubilosamente el aleluya triunfante, y alabamos a Dios por la resurrección de Jesucristo que nos ha abierto las puertas de la eternidad. Oramos y cantamos: Este es el día en que actuó el Señor: sea nuestra alegría y nuestro gozo. Den gracias al Señor porque es bueno, porque es eterna su misericordia. Aleluya, aleluya! Después del sufrimiento, de la muerte y del entierro hay un sepulcro vacío. María Magdalena, que había estado al pie de la cruz en que murió Jesús, va de madrugada al sepulcro. Ella es la primera mensajera del sepulcro vacío y da su mensaje a Pedro y al otro discípulo amado por Jesús. De carrera fueron al sepulcro para comprobar lo que dijo María Magdalena, y creyeron. Jesucristo el resucitado está presente en nuestras celebraciones de la Eucaristía y hoy me parece que podemos sentir esa presencia aun más profundamente. Un autor escribió que desde la Pascua de la Resurrección, todos los sepulcros tienen el mismo destino que el de Jesús: quedar vacíos. Cristo venció la muerte; debemos ir perdiendo el miedo a la muerte porque como decimos al recitar el Credo cada domingo, creemos en la resurrección de los muertos, en la reconstrucción de nuestra persona. La victoria de Jesús alcanza a todo aquello que de algún modo se relaciona con la muerte: frustraciones, sueldos bajos, enfermedad, dolor, etc. que son parte de nuestras vidas. Jesús pasó por todo eso, y salió vencedor. El mensaje de Pascua para los que sufren es que saldrán vencedores como Jesús después de su muerte. Creer en la resurrección no sólo es estar convencidos de lo que ocurrió a Jesús, sino presentir la resurrección en cada momento difícil. El día de Pascua Cristo dejó la oscuridad de la tumba para implantar una nueva vida en la tierra. Cristo pasó de la muerte a la vida, del dolor al gozo, de la noche a la luz, del pecado a la gracia, y de la Pasión a la resurrección. Para creer en Dios no es suficiente el ver o el conocer; es necesario sentir, experimentar, vivir de acuerdo a lo que se dice creer. Según la canción: Que si hoy nos amamos, es que resucitó. El amor es una prueba muy positiva de la Resurrección de Jesús; Jesucristo vive y se da a conocer en los que se aman. El deseo y el compromiso de hacer el bien, de cambiar, de amar a los hermanos vienen cuando realmente hemos llegado a relacionarnos en amor con Jesucristo. Todo esto hace visible la presencia de Cristo en el mundo. Cristo no está en el sepulcro; está vivo y va delante y detrás y en medio de cado uno de nosotros. Está aquí y allí, a mi lado y al tuyo, lejos y cerca, entre buenos y malos, con pobres y ricos, con enfermos y sanos, con santos y pecadores. Cristo está en todas partes; donde hay un vacío para llenar, allí está Cristo. Hermana Kay Actividades para la Comunidad Hispana: 1. Los martes, 7:00 p. m.: Estudio y reflexión sobre el Credo; se reúne en la capilla. 2. Viernes, 25 de abril, 7:00 p. m.: Misa (en la capilla), y un tiempo social. Favor de traer algunos entremeses. 3. Domingo, 27 de abril: Domingo de la Divina Misericordia y el Día de la canonización de los papas Juan XXIII y Juan Pablo II. Guarda la Fecha: Día de Oración y Reflexión Sábado, 28 de junio de 2014; 8:30 am-4:00 pm En el Centro de Oración Misericordia, 65 Highland Ave., Rochester, NY con el Colaborativo de los Jesuitas de Boston. Costo: $10.00 Toma tiempo para Dios en tu vida tan ajetreada. *Cálmate ante Dios, aprende sobre Dios y la vida espiritual, usando el método de San Ignacio. *Aprende cómo hacer decisiones en un ambiente de oración. *Tiempo para la oración personal y oración en grupo. Inscríbete con Hermana Kay al
4 Dear Church Family, Alleluia! Happy Easter! What an amazing day and celebration! As Catholic Christians this is the most important holiday of the Church year. The Season of Easter brings with it a hope of new life given to us through the glorious resurrection of Jesus! The journey that Jesus took to Calvary began in a beautiful way with his triumphant entry into Jerusalem. His earthly life began comparably, when he was born in a stable in Bethlehem. It probably was a scary yet joyous time for his parents and for us...it was the incarnation. Word made flesh. God made man. After Jesus resurrected from the dead, he began his final earthy journey. Throughout the Easter Season we will follow him through the last 40 days, until his Ascension when he will rise into heaven to take his place next to the Father. His disciples are with him on this journey. They will be commissioned to go out and share the Good News. We too are asked to do the same. By our baptism we are called to share to remember, and celebrate and believe! We travel these 40 days of the Easter Season in much the same way we prepared for Easter itself...with a true devotion and dedication. Okay, you re all probably thinking, I just finished all this Lenten sacrificing, and now I need to start all over again? Yep. Pretty much that s what I m saying. But the difference is that now we are basking in the joyful knowledge that the resurrection of Jesus will enable us to carry on. Jesus continues to be with us, strengthening us for the journey. He s in the Bread and the Wine we share. He s with us when we gather in community. He shares in our joys and in our sorrows. Who wouldn t want to share that knowledge with others? Will we ever truly understand all of this? No. Well, at least not in this life. But by living the faith we profess, we are guaranteeing a life spent with Christ for eternity. As for right now, let s just take this for what it is. With God there is joy, contentment and salvation given to us with unconditional love from God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit...all because Jesus chose to die for us. But with the rising of the Son, we too are brought into the light of Christ. So, I ll end where I began...alleluia! HAPPY EASTER! Have a wonderful Easter Season. Love, Jeanette Easter Sunday Of The Resurrection Of July The 9, 2006 Lord Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time YOUTH NEWS from Jeanette Sunday morning faith formation classes for grades K 5 and high school youth group, SCOOCH will obviously not meet today, but will resume meeting on April 27. Sunday morning classes for grades K 5 will meet from 9:15 10:15 AM in the school. Both SCOOCH and KFC (middle school youth group) meet in the youth room at school from 6:30 8:00 PM. KFC will meet tomorrow evening, April 21. Id like to thank all those involved in any way with the youth presentation of the Living Stations of the Cross. I m always so grateful for the hard work and dedication that goes into this event. I m also amazed at the talent and prayerfulness expressed by our young members of St. Michael s. Please continue to pray for them, in the hopes that their hearts will continue to be open to the goodness and glory of God! HAPPY EASTER! St. Michael s Parish FAMILY Festival JUNE 13th & 14th S. Main St. RIDES, FOOD, CAKE WHEEL & CASH RAFFLE Mark your calendar AND please volunteer to help out that weekend! Cash Raffle 3 Big Winners Grand Prize 25% of ticket sales 2 nd Prize 15% of ticket sales 3 rd Prize 10% of ticket sale $10 per Ticket Drawing Saturday June 14th Tickets are now available at the Parish Center 2014 Christmas Bazaar Meeting in the church hall Wednesday, April 7 pm Please join us with your ideas! FOOD CLOSET ITEMS NEEDED THIS WEEK: DRY PASTAS (spaghetti, macaroni, noodles, etc.) Please leave in the gathering space. Thank you. Please patronize our SPONSOR OF THE WEEK: Market Alternatives, LLC Thank you for sponsoring an ad in our bulletin.
5 To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven a time to be born...a time to love a time to be healed Please pray for the sick of our Parish. Steven Sapp, Leigh Ann Henry, Claire Childs, Kim Zielinski, Gloria Santell, Claire Snyder, Kathy Dunn, Ed Grabowski, Cathy Wilhelm, David Murphy, Colby George, Darlene Fletcher, Cecelia Cassavino, Maritza Comer, Lucy Gunnoe, Mary Santelli, Jean Condit, Joan Weimann, Bernie Armitage, Jim DeMott, Jim DeWitt, Jerry Sielawa, Joe Gallant, Tony Salamone, Bill Miranda, Georgette Eagley, Mary Gilligan, Frank D Amico, Elizabeth Jones, Gary McIwain, Ron Atikinson, Cliff Galusha & Pearl Johnson And please pray for our Parish friends. Polly Barnes, Jim Lunay, Barbara Gallant, Idalya Estevez, Lynn Goodman, & Katelyn Watkins a time to die and a time for peace. In our world and for all people, military and civilian, who are in the midst of war. Ecclesiastes 3:11 Sacrificial Giving March 2014 $26, March 2013 $25, /1/13-3/31/14 $267, /1/12-3/31/13 $280, Annual Contributions: $27, Many thanks for your support of St. Michael s To more accurately reflect the needs of the Parish, we are going to show this year s Sunday collections received versus last year s Sunday collections. Thank you for your support! Operation Rice Bowl/CRS Rice Bowl 2014 Lenten Program Alleluia! During the past six weeks, our parish community has prayed, fasted and given alms with a special focus on the poorest members of our global community. Through our Lenten prayers and donations, we have touched the lives of millions of people served by CRS, our representative to the poorest communities in the world Only a little more time before we need to return our Rice Bowls. Please return them the weekend of April 26/27.
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