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AUGUST 19, 2018 - TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Rev. Msgr. Gerardo J. Colacicco, Pastor Rev. Richard A. LaMorte

PARISH SECRETARIES

Mary Theresa Soyka Margaret Hart

COORDINATOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Laura Warning

ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT: Begins at 12:00 Noon every 1st Friday and continues throughout the afternoon, ending with Benediction at 5:00 PM.

MASSES Saturday ................................ 5:00 PM Vigil Mass of Sunday Sunday .................................8:00 and 10:15 AM, 12:00 Noon Holydays ......................................... See bulletin for schedule Daily Mass.....7:30 AM, Wednesday.5:00pm only

CONFESSIONS Saturday ....................... 4:00-4:45 PM or anytime by request

BAPTISMS: Sundays at 1:00 PM. Please contact the rectory. Sponsor certificates for the Sacrament of Baptism (godparents) or the Sacrament of Confirmation can be obtained by seeing the Pastor after one of the weekend Masses.

WEDDINGS: Arrangements should be made at least six months in advance. A Marriage Preparation Program is required.

NEW PARISHIONERS: Please register in the parish by calling the Rectory.

Rectory Phone: 845-677-3422 Rectory Fax: 845-677-3423 CCD Office: 845-677-3273

E-mail: [email protected] Website: stjosephmillbrookny.org

Rectory Office Open 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Sick calls: Anytime 845-677-3422

St. Joseph Cemetery, Millbrook and St. Marys Cemetery, Bangall: Call the Rectory for information.

Whoever eats My flesh and drinks My

blood remains in Me and I in him.

DEVOTIONS

ROSARY After the morning Masses on Tuesday,

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA

Every Monday after the morning Mass

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Mass Readings Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B. Todays readings can be found on page 1049 in the

hymnal.

Mass Intentions for the Week

Saturday, August 18th -

7:30am Laura Field

C.J. Frisina

5:00pm Rose and Louis DeSantis and Family

Joseph Murphy

Sunday, August 19th -

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

8:00am Maureen Murphy Gregory

Joseph Trano

10:15am People of the Parish

Susan Liskey

12:00pm Lena and Ernest Ciferri

Lauren Whalen

Monday, August 20th - St. Bernard

7:30am John and Agnes Marona

Rudy Eschback

Tuesday, August 21st - St. Pius X

7:30am Nicola Natrella

Victor Tantillo

Wednesday, August 22nd -

The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary

5:00pm Noel Connolly

Salvatore Molella

Thursday, August 23rd - St. Rose of Lima

7:30am Ralph and JoAnn Colomello

Friday, August 24th - St. Bartholomew

7:30am Albert and Teresa Rotunno

Intentions of Tim and Yvonne Walsh

Saturday, August 25th - St. Louis, St. Joseph Calasanz

7:30am Edward Ryan

5:00pm Angelina, Anthony, and Albert Paolucci

Josephine DeSomma

Sunday, August 26th -

Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time

8:00am William C. Foster, Sr.

Susan Liskey

10:15am People of the Parish

Vicky Murray

12:00pm Edward Buddy Marona

Claire Condit

Parish Picnic

Save the Date!

Mark your calendars now for the

St. JosephImmaculate Conception Annual Parish Picnic

Sunday, September 9, 2018 at 1:00pm

Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the Womens Guild

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Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I A.) All adults who desire to receive the Sacraments of Baptism, Holy Communion and Confirmation are invited to join

us as we begin our classes in September. The R.C.I.A. process has its roots in the early Church and is a faith

journey that will prepare adults for full reception into the Roman Catholic Church while answering their questions

and supporting them on their personal journey of faith to a deeper relationship with Our Lord, Jesus Christ. It is a

journey of prayer, study, discussion and celebration for:

-Adults who are not Baptized and wish to enter the Church.

-Adults who are Baptized into another Christian denomination and wish to become Catholic.

-Adults who are Baptized Catholic but have not received either First Holy Communion and/or

Confirmation.

-Adults who are not Catholic and are married to a Catholic and attend Mass and other services/activities

regularly, and would like to learn more about the Catholic faith.

-Adults who have children preparing for their First Holy Communion and /or Confirmation and would like

to celebrate the Sacraments with them.

-Adults who are Catholic and have received all of their Sacraments, but feel the desire to learn more