April 17, 2016
TODAY’S HOLY MASSES are offered for these intentions:
9:00 AM For Veronica Casaceli + (req. by the Anderson Family)
11:15 AM For Michael Andrew Love + (req. by Sara M. Love)
NEXT SUNDAY’S HOLY MASS INTENTIONS (4/24/16):
9:00 AM For Francis Hurley +
(req. by Msgr. Richard K. Burns Council #11749, Knights of Columbus )
11:15 AM For Christina Pecora & Gregory Basile +
(req. by Basile Family)
REQUEST AND SCHEDULE MASS INTENTIONS
To request and schedule intentions for both of our Masses, please call 585-484-1810 or email to KBeauchamp@dor.org. to reserve a date before paying for a Mass. The stipend check of $10 per Mass should be made payable to SAINT KATERI Parish (not SKT-LMC). Please use the Mass Intention envelopes located on the bulletin table at all entrances to the Church. Drop your envelope in the collection basket or mail it our Parish Center address. (not to St. Kateri Parish) at SKT-LMC @St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 4536 St. Paul Blvd. Rochester, NY 14617
VOTIVE SANCTUARY CANDLES
SANCTUARY CANDLES burn in the Lady Chapel (in the Church), and the Adoration Chapel (in the Parish Center). Would you like to have a dedicated candle burn in memory of a loved one OR for a special intention? To schedule a dedicated candle intention call (585) 388-7734. Donations for 7 day Church Tabernacle and Adoration Chapel lamps are $10.00 Donations for the 3 day hanging lamps in the Lady Chapel are $5.00. Envelopes for candle donations are available at all church entrances. Checks should be made payable to SKT-LMC.
RECORD OF GIVING
III SUNDAY OF EASTER / II SUNDAY AFTER EASTER April 10, 2016
9:00 AM Attendance: 194 Offerings: $2,044.00 11:15 AM Attendance: 152 Offerings: $2,100.10 TOTAL 346 $4,144.10 WEEKLY TARGET AMOUNT…… $4,500.00
THANK YOU for your ongoing support. We are all being blessed through your generosity. May all of our prayers bring us growth and advancement as a Community of FAITH and FRIENDSHIP in Christ.
SECOND COLLECTION Next Sunday April 24, there will be a second collection taken up for Catholic Home Missions. Please participate. Checks should be written to St. Kateri Parish.
HOW TO CONTRIBUTE
Checks should be made payable to “St. Kateri Tekakwitha-Latin Mass Community” OR for short, “SKT-LMC”. If you receive your envelopes by mail, please use them. If not, contributions can be placed in the blue envelopes OR loose in the collection baskets. You also have the option of ON-LINE GIVING. Access to On-Line giving is available through our website skt-lmc.org or through a smartphone or tablet app. Instructions for giving are located on our website or in pamphlets available at all church entrances. You may also sign up for automatic withdrawals with or without covering the small fee for transaction processing.
ENVELOPE MAILINGS FOR REGISTERED MEMBERS
If you have not received your envelopes for March/April by now, please contact Eileen Burke at 266-7287 or email to Eburke@dor.org. Enrollment deadline for the May/June envelopes has now closed. Next enrollment deadline for July/August envelopes is 5/15/16.
We are still in need of one more teacher to work with our Faith Formation Team. Most students will be in the 5th and 6th grade. Please email Andy at AFollaco@dor.org as soon as you can.
We have had incredibly qualified men step forward to teach our High School Apologetics Course! If you are of high school age or college age and have been confirmed, we invite you to sign up for this opportunity to deepen your understanding of the Faith, and be able to defend Church Doctrine. Classes will take place on Sundays from 10:10 to 11:05, starting in the fall. We’d like to have a solid number signed up by May 1st.
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
First Communion will be held on Sunday, May 1st. Classes continue TODAY, and will also be held on 4/17. There will be a MANDATORY rehearsal after each Mass on 4/24.
ON MONDAY, April 18th, our Latin Mass community friend, Jacob Kasak will give his organ jury recital at Christ Church on East Avenue at 4 p.m. There is no charge.
Jacob is in his third year of organ study at Eastman. He sings in both choir and schola at St. Thomas the Apostle.
Please check out our website at www.skt-lmc.org to see this and all previous notices as well as upcoming events.
HELPING OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY
Each Sunday throughout the year, SKT-LMC collects donations of non-perishable food items for local food cupboards, for the purpose of alleviating hunger caused by poverty in our area. The need is very real, even though we may not “see” it close-up. Donations may be placed in the green baskets in each of the church vestibules.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS to help maintain our facilities, especially in the area of church and parish center cleaning. We need YOU! Please email email@example.com or call 467-8747. Enough volunteers will enable us to have rotating teams.
WHEN YOU COME TO CHURCH, please turn OFF all cell phones, hand-held electronic devices, pagers, watch alarms, etc. ALSO, remember to dress appropriately (neatly and modestly). Unfortunately, in many churches today, people tend to “dress down” for Mass. How can this be??? RESPECT and REVERENCE toward God and neighbor (i.e. charity) should determine how we present ourselves in the House of God. Thank you, in advance, for your courtesy and cooperation.
THERE ARE (AT LEAST) THREE REASONS to maintain a prayerful, quiet atmosphere in the church proper before and after services: (1) RESPECT for the House of God, (2) REVERENCE for the Blessed Sacrament, and (3) REGARD for those who want to pray in peace. The guiding principle should be devotion NOT commotion. Please carry on your friendly conversations in the church vestibules (with inside doors closed), outside, or at the coffee hours. Reverence and friendliness can and should co-exist—in their proper settings!!
PRAYING FOR THE SICK AND INFIRM
Judy Burns has volunteered to coordinate the SKT-LMC bulletin listing of sick and infirm members, relatives, and friends. The list will be there so that we might pray for them. Please note that NO health information will be printed in this bulletin. Judy will coordinate the names: long-term? short-term? when to take off list? etc. To put names on the list, contact Judy Burns at (cell) 585-738-5156 OR (e-mail) burnsie320 @yahoo.com.
Angela DeLuca Fran Foss Jim Holden Florian & Veronica Czerniak Sharon Mooney Nancy Trudgen Jean Lloyd Jeanne Bleier Gregory W. Griswold Bill Schlueter Thomas Hubbell
May the Divine Physician of our souls and bodies help and heal them, through His Divine Mercy.
DIOCESAN WEDDING JUBILEE MASS
The Most Reverend Salvatore R. Matano will preside at a Wedding Jubilee Mass to honor couples who have been married 25 years or more at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Rochester on Sunday May 22, 2016 at 2:00 PM. A reception to honor the attendees will follow the Mass . You do not need to register in order to attend.
If you would like your name and anniversary (25, 50 and above) to be included in the Marriage Anniversaries section of the Catholic Courier’s June print edition, please send an email or a letter with the following information:
Names, Church and Town where you were married, wedding date/year
Mail: Wedding Anniversaries
P.O. Box 24379
Rochester NY 14624-0379
WHY ON EARTH AM I HERE?
A boat without a rudder usually ends up in the weeds. That’s not where God wants you! God has a purpose for your life…to bring Christ to the world with your hands and your voice. It’s your VOCATION.
This Sunday, we celebrate World Day of Prayer for Vocations and pray for all Christian vocations – married, single, ordained, and consecrated religious.
May Mary, Mother and Guide of Jesus, intercede for our faith Community, so that, made fruitful by the Holy Spirit, it may be a source of true vocations for the service of the holy People of God. Amen.
(from Message of His Holiness Pope Francis on the Occasion of the 53rd World Day of Prayer for Vocations, April 17, 2016)
On the fourth Sunday of April, April 24th, there will be a Scripture Study of one or more of the Gospels read at the Latin Mass during April. These are the selections:
Third Sunday after Easter (April 17th)
A little while and you shall see Me no longer … I go to the Father. (John 16: 16-22).
Fourth Sunday after Easter (April 24th)
Jesus promises to send the Advocate. (John 16: 5-14).
Everyone is welcome!
Which of these Gospels would you most like to discuss?
COFFEE HOURS TODAY?? Yes—after both Masses! After the 9am Mass, we will be having a “welcoming” celebration for David Coyle on the day of his initiation into the Catholic Church.
St. Kateri Tekakwitha – Latin Mass Community
at St. Thomas the Apostle Church
4536 Saint Paul Boulevard
Rochester, NY 14617
Father Dennis Bonsignore
|Director of Music
Mary Ellen Gilkinson
|Volunteers / Lectors