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  • Saint Joseph Basilica LITURGICAL CELEBRATIONS/

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    Sunday Vigils / Soboty wieczorem: 4:00 p.m.

    Sundays/Niedziele 7:00 a.m. (Polish); 8:15 a.m.; 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. (Polish)

    Holy Day Vigil / Wigilie wit: 5:00 p.m.

    Holy Days/wita

    6:30 a.m.; 8:30 a.m.; 7:00 p.m. (Polish)

    Weekdays / W tygodniu 6:30 a.m. (Mon-Fri); 7:00 a.m. (Tue, Fri, Sat)

    CONFESSIONS / SPOWIED

    Saturdays / Soboty: 7:30 a.m. and at 3:00 p.m.

    First Friday / Pierwszy Pitek: 6:30 p.m.

    PARISH OFFICE HOURS: Mon., Tue., Wed., Fri.:

    9 a.m. - 12 noon & 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

    Thursday / Czwartki Office Is Closed! / Biuro zamknite!

    Please call ahead for an appointment with a priest. Spotkania prosimy osobicie umawia z ksidzem.

    SAINT JOSEPH SCHOOL 47 Whitcomb Street Webster, MA 01570

    Phone: 508-943-0378

    Fax: 508-949-0581 www.sjs-webster.com

    Principal Mr. Michael Hackenson

    Secretary Mrs. Sylwia Kohut

    Mission Statement Saint Joseph Parish is committed to proclaim the gospel message of Jesus Christ as a Catholic community of faith,

    by promoting a sense of commitment to the Church, encouraging divine worship and prayer, fostering evangelization and nurturing the spirit of service.

    Within the context of our Polish - American religious and cultural heritage, we foster our tradition and aspire to personal growth in faith. We are determined to develop our vision for the future,

    to educate the children in Christian values and to be receptive to the creative and saving grace of God.

    PARISH PERSONNEL Rector Rev. Msgr. Anthony Czarnecki Associate Pastor Rev. Grzegorz Chodkowski Weekend Assistance Rev. Charles Borowski Organist Mr. Karol Jaje Business Manager Mrs. Ewa Mamro Office Staff Ms. Elizabeth Sabaj, Ms. Janet Stoica Sacristan Mr. Thomas Liro

    RELIGIOUS EDUCATION/RCIA Phone: 508-943-0467,

    e-mail: rectory@stjosephwebster.com

    SAINT JOSEPH PARISH 53 Whitcomb Street Webster, MA 01570

    Phone: 508-943-0467

    Fax: 508-943-0808 e-mail:

    rectory@stjosephwebster.com www.saintjosephbasilica.com

    FELICIAN SISTERS Phone: 508-943-2228

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    Weekly Masses Intentions Intencje Mszalne

    Sunday Vigil - February 3 - Feast of St. Blaise 4:00pm For the living and deceased Felician Sisters - int. Sister Jeanne Marie, Sister Mary Valenta, and Sister Mary Ann

    Sunday, February 4 7:00am Za zmarych polecanych w Wypominkach 8:15 For the parishioners of St. Joseph Basilica 9:30 r.s. Rita Kolak - int. Drs. Bidinger and Stiles and Staff Annual Boy Scout Mass Troop 173 11:00 .p. Wodzimierz Sudyka - int. syn Wojciech z rodzin

    Monday, February 5 6:30am r.s. Janina i Stanisaw Kopczynski - Danuta and Jan Kolodziej 2:00pm Christopher Heights

    Tuesday, February 6 6:30am r.s. Regina Moninski - int. Sitkowski & Malboeuf Funeral Home 7:00am r.s. Lena Moroz - int. Sacred Heart Society

    Wednesday, February 7 6:30am r.s. Rita (anniv.), Adam, and Susan Kubik - int. Betty Sabaj 7:00pm r.s. Kathleen Knurowski (18th anniv.) - int. family

    Thursday, February 8 6:30am r.s. Antonia and Roman Murzycki and deceased members of the Murzycki family - int. Rose Rekowski & family

    Friday, February 9 6:30am r.s. Theresa Kruzewski - int. Celia and Judy Majka 7:00am r.s. Rose Jarzabski - int. Sacred Heart Society

    Saturday, February 10 7:00am r.s. Emily Kabala (12th anniv.) - int. family

    Sunday Vigil, February 10 4:00pm r.s. Anne Marie Hartman - int. Roland Malboeuf

    Sunday, February 11 7:00am Za zmarych polecanych w Wypominkach 8:15 For the parishioners of St. Joseph Basilica 9:30 r.s. Maria and Tedeusz Tarasiak - int. family 11:00 .p. Piotr Darmetko (1r. m) - int. rodzina

    BAPTISM. On designated Sundays. Please call to make arrange-ments. Parents are required to receive orientation.

    SAKRAMENT CHRZTU W wyznaczone niedziele. Prosz zadz-woni na plebani, aby ustali dat. Rodzice zobowizani s do krtkiej katechezy.

    MARRIAGE. Proper preparation for marriage requires one years notice. Please contact the rectory for appointment.

    SAKRAMENT MAESTWA Narzeczeni powinni zawiadomi kancelari parafialn rok przed dat lubu.

    MINISTRY TO THE SICK For those of advanced age, ill or hospi-talized, call the rectory to arrange visitation.

    SAKRAMENT CHORYCH Po sakramentaln posug ksidza prosz dzwoni na plebani.

    PARISH MEMBERSHIP If you would like to become part of St. Joseph Parish Family, please call the rectory.

    ZAPISY DO PARAFII Parafia w. Jzefa serdecznie zaprasza nowych czonkw. Zapisy przyjmujemy w kancelarii parafialnej.

    RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) is a process established by the Church for individuals to become Catholic and receive the Sac-raments of Initiation-Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist. If you wish to become Catholic, or are a Baptized Catholic in need of mak-ing your First Communion and/or Confirmation, please call the Parish Office.

    JOIN OUR COMMUNITY / DOCZ DO NAS If you wish to become a member of our family please fill out this form and mail it to the rectory or put it into the collection basket.

    Jeli pragniesz doczy do naszej rodziny, wypenij poniszy formularz I przelij go do biura parafialnego lub w do koszyka z kolekt. ____ New Parishioner / Nowy Parafianin ____ Data update / Zmiana danych Name / Imi i Nazwisko: ________________________________________________________________________________________ Street / Ulica:________________________________ City/Town / Miejscowo:______________________ State / Stan:___________ Zip:_________ Phone / Telefon:________________________________ email:____________________________________________

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    Stewardship Note: In todays Gospel reading we see a perfect example of stewardship. Jesus gives His time to do all that God wishes - healing the sick and preaching. But before He begins, Je-sus makes time to be alone with God in prayer. It is through prayer and spending time with God that we find the strength to do what He wishes us to do. Be sure to find time every day to be with God.

    SANCTUARY VOTIVE CANDLES Blessed Mother Altar - Candle I

    Gods Blessings for a safe voyage for Jillian from her loving family

    Main Altar In loving memory of Richard, Bruno, and Parmelia Woznicki and

    Joan Marier given by Virginia Woznicki

    Sacred Heart Altar - Candles I and II In memory of Stanisaw Lachcik

    given by Danuta and Jan Kolodziej

    Instrumental Selections - Before Mass: Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D After Mass: Johann Sebastian Bach - Prelude and Fugue in B Flat Major BWV 560 Eucharistic Ministers - February 3/4 4:00pm - Cathleen Holmberg and Sheila Kusek 7:00am - Betty Sabaj 8:15am - Jean Duclos and Theresa Wagner 9:30am - Tessa Mailloux and Marlene Plaza 11:00am - John Hester Lectors - February 3/4 4:00pm - Linda Cieszynski 7:00am - Diane Gajewski and Ryszard Skowron 8:15am - Thomas Gorski, Jr. 9:30am - Marlene Plaza 11:00am - Ursula Kokosinski

    In our Gospel Reading from St. Mark, we hear the continuation of what we heard last week where Jesus preached in the synagogue on the Sabbath day. Today we hear what he did when he left the synagogue. We must remember that Jesus was in Capernaum. Capernaum was more or less the center of Jesus activities and ministry. It was also where the apostles Peter, James, Andrew, John, and Matthew were from. It is thus natural that the Lord would know many people there. The first thing we hear is that he visited Peters mother-in-law who was suffering with a fever. This act of healing is significant first because it was not in front of a large crowd, and second because it indicates that the Lord was interested in individuals. He loved them and cared for them, and was not doing it to promote himself. It was an unselfish act of stewardship. Also, reflective of how he dealt with the demons possessing the man last week, the Lord did it with authority and simplicity. Perhaps the most telling portion of this Gospel is what Jesus did the next morning. Rising early before dawn,

    he left and went off to a deserted place, where he prayed. Jesus knew it was important to be alone with God if possible. We need to do the same. Jesus did not pray because he was weak, but because He was strong. He knew the source of His strength God the Fa-ther. When we are busy and under pressure, as the Lord was, it becomes even more important to have a regular and active prayer life. Our personal prayer habits and policies need to reflect the same thing: this is especially important with Lent approaching.

    THE ALPHA COURSE

    This innovative and spiritual program on the basics of Christian Faith (in English) will be held weekly for 11 weeks beginning Feb. 22, at 6:30pm. There is no fee and the program includes a light supper, small group discussions, and a video. For planning purposes, registration is required by

    phoning Father Gregory at (508) 943-0467, ext. 115.

    SHARING OUR BLESSINGS - January 28, 2018 Weekly $4,903.57

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