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Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time 26 August 2012
Jesus Christ - Ο Χριστός Traditional Mosaic
Saint Cecilia P A R I S H
Saint Cecilia Church BOSTON
Thursday August 30 7:00 p.m.
18, Belvedere Street, Boston MA 02115
Ministers of the Liturgy
Saturday | 5:00 p.m. Rev. Peter Grover, OMV, celebrant Chris Orrell, lector
Sunday | 8:00 a.m. Rev. Thomas Gariepy, CSC, celebrant Bob Mann, lector
Sunday | 9:30 a.m. Rev. James Shaughnessy, SJ, celebrant Rosaria Salerno, James Paradis, & Mary Kane, lectors
Sunday | 11:15 a.m. Celebrant TBD Nicole Benevenia, Joe Castellano, & Christopher Loh, lectors
Joshua 24:1–2a, 15–17, 18b Ephesians 5:21–32 John 6:60–69
next sunday’s Readings
Deuteronomy 4:1 –2, 6–8 James 1:17–18, 21b–22, 27 Mark 7:1–8, 14–15, 21–23
Sunday, August 26 | 11:15 a.m. John Robert St. Martin, Memorial
Wednesday, August 29 | 8:00 a.m. Estelle Puzzo, Memorial
SAINT CECILIA PARISH
our community news
“IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU TO SERVE THE LORD, DECIDE TODAY WHOM YOU WILL SERVE, THE GODS YOUR FATHERS
SERVED BEYOND THE RIVER OR THE GODS OF THE AMORITES IN WHOSE
COUNTRY YOU ARE NOW DWELLING. AS FOR ME AND MY HOUSEHOLD,
WE WILL SERVE THE LORD.”
SAINT CECILIA PARISH
Prayers & Occasions
Our Deceased Pray for the repose of the soul of Roy E. Curry who died on August 2. Pray also for the consolation of David, Marcie, and Sean Curry. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
Our Sick Please pray for all our sick and for those who are in need of our prayer, especially Josephine Parker, John Saulenas, K. Champoux, Patricia Hoggard, Jennifer Serpico, Christine St. Pierre, Harold Williamson, Jessica Rivieccio, Earl Chilcote, Colonel Robert C. Tashjian, Kim Murray, Heather LoRe, Rudy Kikel, Herbert Simmons, Peggy Furey, Janice Mascia, Pamela D’Ambra, Sue Lucas, Suki Coughlin, Roberta Keenan, Bridget Spence, Annette Kulas, Sam Gowan, Rhea Rich- ard, Pil-Yun Son, Mary Yanez, Larry Buckley, M. Frances Driscoll, Ed Langlais, Bob McLaughlin, Steven Whitkens, Diana Slaton, Leo Garcia, Joe Ford, Danny Cotter, Natalia Chilcote, Amy Sweet- land, Jim Keyes, Michael Zawikowski, Cheryl Proctor, Patricia Macdonald, Elvera Dowsky, Frank Ackley, Fred Haslee, Lorraine Haslee, Robert Menson, Paul Flaherty, William Louttit, Lucie Kelly, Bro. Adam Zielonka, O.C.S.O., Amy Duarte, Karen & Rick, Phyllis Porras, Jim Lin- derman, Mark Amerault, Sr. Nuala Cotter, R.A., Kristen DeFranco Martinez, Michele Crowley Tippens, Sara Lima Santos, Joseph Driscoll, Pete Huttlinger, Anthony Simboli, Lisa Caputo, Edward Gill, Darlene McLendon, Jeanne Tibbs, Debbie Pace, Deidre Sullivan, Roosevelt Brown, Mary O’Donnell, Ginny L’Abbe, Steve Chamberlain, Matt Penchuk, Carrie Penchuk, Christy Cosgrove, Jacques Romberger, John Scaife, Maureen Sul- livan, Alyce Haley, Joe Capizzi, David Walsh, Joe Huenke, Kaylin Marcotte, Avito Pacifici, Char- lotte Egan, James Noone, Keith Plaster, Freder- ick Flather, David & Paula Fillion, Fred Maglero, Sarah Sweeney, Susan Shea, Bill Croke, Ettore Bergamaschi, Ryan Delaney, Manuela Almeida, Ilda Almeida, Joe Farrell, Ethan D’Amato, Sophie Gagnon, Earl Meyers, Kathleen A. Meehan, Anne Frenette Handly, Jan Igras, Cheryl Sabin, Trish
Mullen, Thomas Corrigan, Fernando Luis Riganti, Frank DeMare, Carmela Franchi, Little Tommy Sullivan, Kathy K., Julie Zaino, & Ruth Frost.
Congratulations, Sheila! Mayor Thomas M. Menino has selected Sheila Dillon as the new director of Boston’s Department of Neighborhood Development. Sheila has held a number of positions for the city, most recently as Rental Assistance Bureau director at the state’s Department of Housing and Community Develop- ment. She also once served as deputy director of DND.This agency oversees federal housing funds, administers contracts for construction services, and disposes of surplus city land and properties. Congratulations, Sheila!
Happy Anniversary, Cardinal Seán! This Wednesday is Cardinal Seán’s forty–second anniversary of ordination to the priesthood. Cardinal Seán was ordained a priest in the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin on August 29, 1970. Remember the Cardinal and his intentions in your prayer. For Those Returning to School Pray for all students and teachers who are return- ing to the classroom. In three weeks we resume our six o’clock liturgy and are looking forward to welcoming back our college students.
For Those Who Suffer Loss Pray for all who have lost homes, jobs, or ended relationships because of economic strains: that God will heal their pain, renew their hope, and guide them as they rebuild their lives.
Evening Prayer This Tuesday This Tuesday is the memorial of Saint Augustine of Hippo and we will pray Vespers at six-thirty. All are welcome!
Weekday Mass Mass is celebrated each week on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings at eight o’clock.
SAINT CECILIA PARISH
parishioner participating in habitat for humanity trip
A member of our community, Jeff Julia, will be traveling to Haiti in November on a week-long build trip with Habitat for Humanity. Out of thousands of applicants, Jeff was accepted to participate in this exclusive trip. Thus far, he has fundraised over 90% of the $5,000 trip cost. We commend his efforts and invite you to visit his trip profile page to learn more about how you can help. www.share.habitat.org/ cwp2012participants88.
faith day at fenway park
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
You are invited to Fenway Park on Sunday September 9 for Faith Day, a FREE event where people of faith can join together to enjoy music and fellowship. The event will feature a time of worship and testi- monies by Adrian Gonzalez, Mark Melancon, Jarrod Saltalamacchia and other Red Sox players.The event will begin shortly after the conclusion of the Red Sox game (approximately 5:30 p.m.), when Gate D (cor- ner of Yawkey Way and Van Ness Street), will open to welcome guests. Rsvp by September 1 by e-mailing email@example.com.
english teacher wanted
EduBoston, an organization that supports high school students from China enrolled at Catholic high schools throughout Greater Boston, is looking for an after school English teacher for their students at Archbish- op Williams High School in Braintree, MA. The posi- tion is for the entire school year from 2:30-4:30 each day. Prior English teaching experience is preferred but not required. Interested candidates should e-mail their resumes to Sean Leary, EduBoston General Man- ager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
mother’s helper wanted
Mother’s helper wanted for Monday through Thursday mornings, 7:00—9:30 and Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, 1:30—6:30. Candidate must have a valid drivers license and have access to public transporta- tion. Responsibilities would include picking children up from school, giving them dinner, taking them to after school activities, baths, etc. For more informa- tion, please contact Sherine at sherineandgeorge@ yahoo.com or at (617) 519-5176.
new choir members wanted
We are looking for new choir members to sing with us. If you have a musical talent to share with the community, we would love to have you join us. Please stop by and see Richard Clark after Mass, call him at (617) 536–4548, or e–mail him at rclark@stceciliabos- ton.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
save the date!
Saint Rose School in Chelsea is commemorating their 140th anniversary with a gala celebration on Saturday evening, September 29 from six to nine o’clock. The evening will include cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction/raffle. Our parish- ioner, Caitlin Keeton, is the principal of Saint Rose School, so let’s show our support for Caitlin and the good work she and her staff do for the families of Saint Rose Parish. Be sure to watch the bulletin for more information about online ticket sales.
SAINT CECILIA PARISH
volunteering at pine street inn
Our parish has committed to volunteering at the Pine Street Men’s Inn one night a month throughout 2012. Because of our proximity to the shelter, we often are assigned evenings that are difficult for the Inn’s other groups to fill. Next month we will be at the Men’s Inn on Saturday, September 8. There are eight slots open for volunteer parishioners to assist in feeding the poor at Pine Street Men’s Inn. We will be interacting with the agency’s clients at Pine Street by plating meals in a cafeteria-style setting at the shelter. If you would like to join us from 4:45 to 6:30 p.m. on Harrison Avenue in the South End, please contact Mark Lippolt at email@example.com for more information. Some parking is available at the shelter. In your e-mail, please let us know if you can help with carpooling.
Each month parishioners have the opportunity to pick up donated meat, dairy products, and produce from a South Shore supermarket and baked goods from Whole Foods and deliver it to Catholic Charities’ Haitian Multi-Service Center in Dorchester along with the packaged food items donated at Saint Cecilia. This vital ministry takes place on Sunday mornings at seven-thirty and can be completed in time to attend the nine-thirty p