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  • ST. JOHN NEUMANN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY Church Bulletin

    Rev. Johnson Machado, Pastor John Zielinski, Deacon

    The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph

    December 26th & 27th, 2020

    PARISH CENTERS

    The worship site at: The worship site at: Strykersville Sheldon 3854 Main St., Strykersville, NY 14145 991 Centerline Rd. Strykersville, NY 14145 Masses: Sat. Vigil -5:00pm, Sunday -8:00am Sat. Vigil-8:00pm, Sunday 10:30am Weekday masses: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri—9:00am Confessions: Sat. 4:15-4:45pm Sat. 7:15-7:45pm (other times by appt.)

    Office: 585-457-3222 Fax: 585-457-3222 Email: stjohnneumannparish@gmail.com @ 3854 Main St. School Building Parish Website: www.sjnchurch.org Office Hours: Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:00pm Facebook: St. John Neumann Catholic Community

    Catholic Cemeteries: Donations greatly appreciated for all Cemeteries. St. Cecilia’s Cemetery, Sheldon Site St. Mary’s Cemetery, Strykersville Site St. Nicholas Cemetery, North Java St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Java Center

    Inquiries: 585-457-3222

    Eucharistic Adoration: Strykersville Site --- 9:30am -7:00pm First Friday of the Month or as announced

    PARISH OFFICE: Russ Reisdorf, Office Manager

    Faith Formation Director –Melissa Weisenburg e-mail: mw.sjnchurch@gmail.com or call the office and leave a message

    SACRAMENTS POLICY

    Baptism: Call the office for preparation 585-457-3222 – Baptisms on Saturdays: 12:00 Noon –

    Strykersville Site and Sundays: After 10:30am Mass- Sheldon Site

    Marriage: Six months lead time. Diocesan approved preparation program (Pre-Cana) required, after

    Pastor interview

    Communion to the sick: Please contact Pastor for special circumstances. Monthly and Sundays by

    Eucharistic Ministers or Pastor

    Anointing of the Sick: Night or day  585-457-3222 or daily during Mass prior to surgery.

    Please Pray for: world peace, our country, for those serving overseas, for victims of

    war, violence and natural disaster, for the sick and suffering including: Todd Hart, Lacey Bach Moore, Cathy Keem, Jean H., Madonna Zittel, Sheri Zittel, Kathleen Anderson, Len Mazurkiewicz, Ruth

    Z., Prudy Allein, Jeanine Peehler, Bob Daniel, Jean Dominesey, Leona Meyer, Judy Perl, Rose Gielow, Shirley

    Becker, Bernie Eley, Michael Bankers, Annabelle Ziegler, Father Jim Fugle, Bill Calmes, Sylvia Nowak,

    Marilyn Noecker, Mildred Ash, Lorne LeMieux, Norm Kehl, Ellsworth Smith, Sabrina Marlowe, Nancy Cox,

    Gerry & Shirley Fugle, Linda Hall, Judy Carlson, Shaun Vonna, Mary Perry, Bill Datzler, Arlene Langa,

    Brennan McCormick, Ken Friedhaber, Jim McNall, Ann Schuessler, Carl Stock and Father Johnson. Please be advised after 60 days the names will be removed from the prayer list unless otherwise notified.

    +++Please remember the recently deceased, Joseph Becker, and his family in your prayers. May he rest in peace. +++

    Strykersville: Sheldon: Saturday, December 26–Vigil-The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph 5:00pm [+Celia McCoy-Ed & Marie Redden] (no 8:00pm mass this weekend)

    [All Parishioners]

    Sunday, December 27- The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph

    8:00am [+Mary Henry-Estate] 10:30am [+Barbara Perry-Jim McNall family] [All Parishioners] [All Parishioners] Monday, December 28- ***NO MASS*** Tuesday, December 29- 9:00am [+Craig Carlson-PJ & Jean Almeter] Wednesday, December 30- ***NO MASS*** Thursday, December 31- VIGIL of THE SOLEMNITY OF MARY, MOTHER OF GOD (HOLYDAY OF OBLIGATION)—Stryk. 7:00pm [+Luella LeMieux-Marian Lefort] Friday, January 1-THE SOLEMNITY OF MARY, MOTHER OF GOD (HOLYDAY OF OBLIGATION)--Sheldon 9:00am [+Richard Keem-Ed & Marie Redden] Saturday, January 2–Vigil-Epiphany of the Lord 5:00pm [+John McNulty-Dan McCormick] 8:00pm [+Teofil Stojek-Paul & Janet Kirsch]

    [All Parishioners] [All Parishioners]

    Sunday, January 3- Epiphany of the Lord

    8:00am [+Brian Eley-Chuck & Ginny Minkel] 10:30am [+Al Zielonka-Deb & John Sloma family] [All Parishioners] [All Parishioners]

    ***Public masses—be mindful of the 25% capacity of churches—

    Strykersville site—approx. 50 people; Sheldon site approx.

    90 people per mass. Please respect others and keep social distancing. ***

    mailto:mw.sjnchurch@gmail.com

  • CHRIST IN THE WORD

    Ministry Schedule Dec. 31st, Jan. 1st, 2nd & 3rd: New Year’s Eve: 7:00pm—Strykersville site Eucharistic Ministers: Pete Schnitzler, Ed Logel Cantor: Barb Logel Lector: Pat Lefort Altar Server: N/A New Year’s Day—Sheldon site: 9:00am— Eucharistic Ministers: Russ Reisdorf, Melissa Burger Lector: Nick Perry Altar Server: N/A

    Saturday January 2nd & 3rd: 5:00pm-- Eucharistic Ministers: Russ Reisdorf, Betty Reisdorf Cantor: Pat Lefort Lector: Diane Hart Altar Server: N/A 8:00pm-- Eucharistic Ministers: Dana Kirsch, Autumn George Lector: Laura Kirsch Altar Server: N/A 8:00am— Eucharistic Ministers: Gary George, Alice Hyman Lector: Michael Jackson Altar Server: N/A 10:30am-- Eucharistic Ministers: Deacon John, Joanne Pitkin Lector: Sara Furr Altar Server: N/A Please arrange for substitute if you are unable to make your scheduled ministry—Ministers, please make sure you have a substitute if needed, as Father will not be distributing communion during this

    period of reopening. ****************************************

    A Vocation View The Holy Family - Jesus, Mary, and Joseph - always supported

    each other in doing God’s will, even when it involved hardship. As the family of God’s children, we must help each other

    follow God’s will. Let us not stand in the way of those whom God has called to a Church vocation. Invite them to contact Fr. Dave Baker at 716-847-5535 or visit buffalovocations.org

    **********************************************

    Upcoming Meeting: -- no meeting St. John Neumann Prayer Chain: If you have any

    requests for prayers please contact Michelle Schubert

    (585-689-0098) or Carol Comstock (585-317-9459) or

    email st.j.n.prayer@gmail.com.

    Gifts to God

    December 19 & 20– $2537.00 God Bless you for your generosity!

    Guidelines to follow at St. John Neumann Parish

    Congregants should plan on restricted seating, a change in the

    reception of Communion in order to ensure social distancing, and

    other appropriate measures upon entering and exiting churches.

    The dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday

    Mass remains in place. All who are especially vulnerable

    or simply uncomfortable attending a public Liturgy are

    encouraged to remain at home and if possible, view Mass

    via live streams, which will continue in local parishes.

    If you are SICK, stay home and limit your contact with

    others. Please be concerned about others.

    *Never Forget Sanitizer and Mask when you come to Church*

    Parishioners should bring and be prepared to wear their own masks

    and, a bottle of hand sanitizer for use upon entering, before receiv-

    ing Communion, after receiving Communion, and after exiting the

    church.

    ********************************************* We are in need of ushers at mass to take up collection. Men and women can do this job. If the regulars are not

    present, please volunteer! ********************************************** A Polish Christmas Special will be broadcast on WEBR

    Radio on Christmas Eve at 6 p.m. and Midnight, and on Christmas Day at 11 a.m. More Polish Christmas Carols

    (Kolędy) will be played during the regular Polish American Radio Program on Saturday, Dec. 26, at 11

    a.m. and Sunday, Dec. 27, at 5 p.m. The best signal for the station is online at WebrRadio.com The Polish

    American Radio Program provides music from Poland introduced in English. For any questions, please call

    Andy Golebiowski at 716-510-7562.

    Today’s Readings:

    Genesis 15: 1-6, 21: 1-3 Hebrews 11: 8, 11-12, 17-19 Luke 2: 22-40 or 2: 22, 39-40

    Family is of great import in the wide scope of God’s work here on earth. God assures Abram that his descendants will be as numerous as

    the stars in the sky, though at the time prospects for even one child were bleak, and later he was ready to offer his only son in a test of his

    faith. Together Mary and Joseph brought their infant Son to the