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To download the Parish App: go to either Google Play Store ... Ministry Coordinator ..... ssafford17@gmail.com
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  • Eucharistic Celebrations

    Saturday Vigil 4:00 PM

    Sunday 9:00 AM & 11:30 AM

    Mon - Fri 8:00 AM

    St. Jude Apartment Mass

    Mondays 2PM

    Parish Office

    Phone : (518) 283-1162 Fax: (518) 286-2808 42 Dana Avenue Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 AM –3:30PM Email: sjawynan@rcda.org Web site. http://www.rcda.org/churches/stjude/

    St. Jude the Apostle School

    Pre-K to Grade 6 (518) 283-0333 FAX (518) 283-0475 Mrs. Danielle Cox, Principal principal@sjsalbany.org Mrs. Mary Diehl: Secretary mdiehl@sjsalbany.org Website: http://www.sjsalbany.org

    Pastoral Staff Very Rev. Anthony Ligato ....... Pastor ............................................... Anthony.Ligato@rcda.org Fr. Zachariah Chichester ........... Parochial Vicar ................................. ChichesZ@rcda.org Deacon Warren Safford ............ Pastoral Associate ............................ warrensafford@gmail.com Johanna Flanigan ...................... Parish Trustee William Dedrick ....................... Parish Trustee Patti Mugrace ............................ Faith Formation Director .................. Mugrap@gmail.com Paul Moore ................................ Youth Minister .............. moorep285@gmail.com Nicholas Ascioti ....................... Music Director ................................. naamusic@nycap.rr.com Allison Hartwich ...................... Business Manager BKST.JudetheApostle.Wynantskill@rcda.org Patti Mugrace ............................. Administrative Assistant .................. Mugrap@gmail.com Karla Jones ............................... Office Manager ................................ SJAWynan@rcda.org Stephanie Safford ..................... Ministry Coordinator ....................... ssafford17@gmail.com

    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is celebrated the first Friday of the month. If interested in participating in this celebration, please contact Betty Zemanick at 283-6459. The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults – RCIA

    Are you interested in becoming a Roman Catholic? Someone who has never been Baptized, Baptized in another faith tradition or maybe baptized Catholic but never received First Communion or Confirmation If you are interested, or know someone who may be interested, please call the Parish Office at 283-1162. Baptism

    Please call the Parish Office to arrange for a meeting with a member of our Pastoral team (283-1162). Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confessions)

    Saturday from 3:00 – 3:30PM in the Church. Individual Confessions may be arranged by calling the Parish Office.

    Communion to the Homebound

    Please call the Parish Office to make arrangements

    Marriage

    Couples wishing an appointment for marriage preparation should call the Parish Office six months in advance and prior to making reception plans.

    Anointing of the Sick.

    The Sacrament is administered upon request and at special celebrations during the year..

    New Parishioner Information

    Name______________________________

    Address:___________________________

    Phone:_____________________________

    To download the Parish App: go to either Google Play Store or Apple Store

  • ST. JUDE THE APOSTLE CHURCH WYNANTSKILL

    Continued..

    St. Paul speaks of that better life in reference to the new covenant which has been made possible through the cross. St. Paul said, “May I never boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ.” (Gal. 6:14-18) This is the message that Jesus gave to the seventy-two whom he ap- pointed and sent out in pairs to every town and village. Jesus said, “The harvest is abundant, but the laborers are few.” (Luke 10:1-9) The Seventy-Two were migrants themselves, after all how else could the Christian faith spread out throughout the world so quickly. They evan- gelized by bringing the peace of Christ throughout the world. “Whatever house you enter first say, Peace to this household.” As migrants for the faith we take that mes- sage of peace to all people, it brings us to the southern border of the United States where we offer peace. It brings us to modern day Israel and the Middle East where we bring the peace of Christ to all households. As Christian people we must recognize that our heritage is the legacy of migration, often times forced migration, that is how the pilgrims landed here, in search of a life of peace. Yours in Christ, Fr. Anthony

    Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    July 6-7, 2019

    Fr. Anthony Ligato

    We are all Migrants for Christ!

    Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, The most difficult and challenging issue facing our nation today is undocumented immigration. This issue is not easily resolved especially because we are a na- tion founded on life, liberty and the persuit of happi- ness. People for more than 240 years have come to our shores and borders seeking a better life. I believe the American people want to provide that dream to all who want a better life for their families and them- selves. Those who are coming to our boarders can not simply be defined as illegal aliens or undocumented immigrants, they are rather forced migrants. These forced migrants in many cases have no choice but to leave their homes and seek a better life. They are flee- ing violence, gangs, drug cartels, poverty and hunger, and nations whose governments are often corrupt. The journey north which so many of these people make is dangerous and life threatening, but it is a journey many are willing to risk because they feel they have no choice. Like the migrants on our southern border, there is an- other people who also have found themselves through- out their history as being forced migrants. The Jewish people have found themselves time and time again into forced migration. The descendants of Abraham found themselves having to migrate to Egypt in search of a better life. Those same people who became known as the Israelites would migrate from Egypt to escape slav- ery and death. Their migration led them into the desert in search of the promised land, a land flowing with milk and honey. They were given the land by God as an outward sign of the covenant with Israel. They lost the land when they were torn from land and sent into forced migration to the land of the Babylon. They did not want to leave their homes, but they had no choice. They lived in hope that one day they would be able to return home to the land God had given them. The prophet Isaiah gave them reason to hope, “Rejoice with Jerusalem and be glad because of her, all you who love her, exult, exult with her.” (Isaiah 66:10-14) Isaiah tells the people of Israel who were placed into forced migration that they will be provided the milk of comfort from God and God will spread prosperity over Jerusalem. They will have something to return home to, a better life. After all that is what all people throughout history have wanted.

    2019 BISHOP’S APPEAL We are in the midst of the 2019 Bishop’s Appeal. We have gotten off to a very good start and I want to thank everyone who has pledged. We will continue the Bishop’s Appeal Campaign throughout the month of June. You will find en- velopes and pencils at the end of each row. You can place your envelope in the regular collection, or you can mail it in or drop it off at the Parish Office. Your support is greatly appreciated in helping us meet our assessed goal for the 2019 Bishop’ Appeal.

    2019 Assessment goal: $48,556.00

    Pledges to Date: $48,969.00

    Number of Gifts to Date: 211

    Thank you for your support, Fr. Anthony Ligato

    PASTORAL COUNCIL

    The Pastoral Council of St. Jude the Apostle is pleased to welcome four new members. Santino Bonanni joined our Council late last year, Randy Moore, Varsha Joseph, and Joe Tenzyk will all begin their terms in September. The alternates are : Mary Jacob and Kate Rodriguez. They will fill future opening on the Pastoral Council as they become available. The Council will meet in the coming weeks for a further discernment for the new Pastoral Council Leader- ship (President, Vice President and Secretary) Fr. Ligato will call the Council together for this Discernment Process in August. Please remember that these people represent your voice in the parish. This ministry serves as an advisory group to Father Anthony and members are always willing to listen and take your ideas to the Council.

  • Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    PRAYERS

    We will pray for those who are ill, hospitalized, recuperating and all those who are in need of prayers. If you know someone who could use prayers, please call the Parish Office and leave their name for inclusion in the bulletin. Please make sure you have their permission to do so. This week we pray for the following people: Jacqueline Ackner, Anne Antdomi, Raymond Bagley,

    Carol Bennete, Colleen Bornhorst, Ann Burke, Bryce

    Chapman, Jordan Correll, Bob & Rose Davignon,

    Michelle Darcy, Chester DeBell Sr., Tina Demczar,

    Edward Doin, Edward Dworakowski, Theresa

    Dworakowski, Joseph Esposito, Thomas Esposito, Ralph

    Esposito, Dina Fasola, Donna Flinton, Brenda Flynn,

    Dick Galvin, Marilyn Gorman, Dave Grinko, Pat Harley,

    Tony Huneau, Mary Ellen Gibson, Margaret Hoban,

    Debbie Hopkins, Monique Inyeard, Dorothy Jones, Mary

    Keeley, Edward Kehn Jr.,