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Saint Mary Parish Family

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord


March 20, 2016

158 Washington Street, Winchester, MA 01890


Office: 781-729-0055 Fax: 781-721-6542
Email: stmarywinchester @comcast.net
Website: www.stmary-winchester.org

PARISH STAFF
Pastor: Rev. Richard C. B eau lieu
Retired Pastor Emeritus: Rev. Richar d C. Messina
Visitor: Rev. Richar d A. McGow an, S.J.

158 Washington Street,


Winchester, MA 01890

Office: 781-729-0055 Fax: 781-721-6542


Email: stmarywinchester @comcast.net
Website: www.stmary-winchester.org
PARISH STAFF
Pastor: Rev. Richard C. B eau lieu
Retired Pastor Emeritus: Rev. Richar d C.
Messina
Visitor: Rev. Richar d A. McGow an, S.J.

Mass Schedule

Weekend Masses: - Saturday: 4:00 pm


Sunday: 8:00am 10:00am and 11:30 am
Weekday: Monday through Friday 6:45 am - Saturday: 8:30 am
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00 am
(Weekday Masses are in Lower Church unless otherwise noted)

Parish Office Hours: M-F 9:00 am to 5:00 pm


PARISH STAFF
Director of Operations & Finance
Dr. Steven Ultrino
Director of Music
Ms. Jane OKeefe
Business Manager
Mrs. Anna Swain
Data & Communications Manager
Mrs. Donna Humphrey
Administrative Assistant
Dorothy Levine
OFFICE OF MINISTRIES
& RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
781-729-1965
Email:stmarysccd@comcast.net
Director of Ministries
M r . S alvator e
Caraviello
Pastoral Associate:
Mr s. Chr ista Lu cas
Administrative Assistant:
M r s. Colleen M ar ek
Nursing Home Outreach
Anna Murphy
Rose Mary Russo
Mary Toomey
Rosemary Sullivan
Winchester Hospital Chaplain
Ms. Mary Beth Moran
Phone: 781-729-9000 ext. 2295

WEEK ENDING March 13

SAINT MARYS SCHOOL


Phone: 781-729-5515 ~ Fax: 781-729-1352
Principal:
M r . M ich ael McCabe
Director of Tuition and Admissions
Mrs. Patricia Petrulavage

Offertory

$4,680

Online

$1,875
TOTAL

PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL


Fr. Beaulieu, Lori Barrett. John Cafferky, Sal Caraviello,
Andrea Cross, Joseph DeMarinis, Anthony Donlon, Donna
Humphrey, Christa Lucas, Kathy McCarthy, Mary Frances
OLoughlin, Maryellen Roche, Elaine Sevigney, Frances
Shawcross, Rosemary Sullivan

Monthly Collection

$995

Online

$370
TOTAL

$6,555

$1,365

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

St. Mary Parish Family

Come to the
Parish Hall this
weekend following
the 8am and 10am
Masses for our
Monthly Pancake
Breakfast!

March 20, 2016

Representatives of the Parish


Pastoral Council are present at
each Pancake Breakfast to listen
to your comments and concerns
about our parish. They will
bring any issues that you may
have back to the council at the
next meeting.

There is no charge for the breakfast which


includes pancakes, sausage, coffee, fruit and fruit
juice. However, free will offerings to help defray
expenses will be gratefully accepted.

One of the questions you may have is what goes on in


the PPC meetings? Well, the answer to that is you are
more than welcome to come and find out. Any
registered parishioner is welcome to attend these
meetings. Any one you know might be interested in
becoming a council member yourself. We are always
looking for people who want to give their time to the
parish. Watch the bulletin calendar for the date of the
next meeting and come and join us.

Easter Sunday
Clergy Benefit Trust Collection
Every Easter, we join with family and friends to honor
and thank our priests. Our 614 diocesan priests
celebrate our joys, comfort us in times of crisis or
sorrow, and are there during the ordinary and
extraordinary moments of life. Remember priests such
as Father Beaulieu, Father Messina, and Father
McGowan who have made a meaningful difference in
your life, and consider honoring them with a generous
gift to this weekends collection. Our priests have
dedicated their lives to serving us. Now, it is our turn to
fulfill the promises made to care for them in their time
of need. Thank you for your prayerful and generous
support of our priests.

Thursday, March 24
Evening Mass of the Lords Passion at 7:30pm
Friday, March 25
Morning Prayer at 9:00 am
Living Stations of the Cross at 3:00pm
Liturgy of the Passion at 7:30pm
Saturday, March 26
Morning Prayer at 9:00am
Easter Vigil at 8:00pm
Sunday, March 27
The Resurrection of the Lord
Masses at 8:00, 10:00 and11:30 am

Bring your basket


and fill it with
colorful Easter
eggs. They will be
hidden on the
rectory grounds
following the 10am
Masses on Easter
Sunday.

Giangrande Family Scholarship Fundraiser


Comedian Jimmy Tingle
For more information
email GFSFevent@gmail.com.
More information about the
GFS Fund visit

https://gfscholarship.wordpress.com.

St. Mary Parish Family

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

The Living Stations of the Cross


Good Friday at 3:00pm
In the Upper Church

St. Marys Religious Education

Please join us for this moving, contemporary


presentation, as we reflect on the Passion of the Lord.
At each station characters from history and modern
times will testify how Jesus sufferings foreshadowed
events in their own lives. Please come and bring your
family and friends. This is a wonderful opportunity for
people of all ages to reflect on the journey of Our Lord
to the Cross and how we might follow in his footsteps.

CCD Class Schedule ~ March 20 & 21


Date

Grade

Time

Sun., Mar. 20

Sun. Gr. 1-5

9-10am

Sun., Mar. 20

Grade 9

NO CLASS

Mon., Mar. 21

Mon. Gr. 1-5

4-5pm

Mon., Mar. 21

Mon. Gr. 6-8

NO CLASS

March 20, 2016

There are No CCD classes on the schedule for Tuesday,


March 22nd thru Easter Sunday. Our regular schedule
resumes Monday, March 28th.

DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY PROMISE


The message and devotion to Jesus as The Divine Mercy is
based on the writings of Saint Faustina Kowalska, a Polish nun
who, in obedience to her spiritual director, wrote a diary of
about 600 pages, recording the revelations she received about
Gods Mercy:

Youth Group News

Wednesday Morning Mass: Come to the 6:45am


Mass Wednesday, Mar ch 23rd for our last Mass &
Breakfast with Sal for this Lenten season!!
Mon., March 21: Cor Unum Meal Center (3:00-7:30pm)
Lawrence, MA
Wed., Apr. 6: Youth Council (7:00-9:00pm) in
the Parish Center. All teens welcome!

The Sacraments of Penance and Eucharist are special


fountains of Mercy which should be received frequently with
great trust and love (Diary, 914,1602). To emphasize the
importance of these two great miracles of mercy our Lord
made their reception a condition for obtaining his promise on
the Feast of Divine Mercy Sunday. (The First Sunday after
Easter) The soul that will go to Confession and receive Holy
Communion shall obtain complete forgiveness of sins and
punishment. (Diary, 699)

PASSIO
Bring Your Family

to see our Parish Teens as they present a silent, most


powerful, dramatic interpretation of the Passion of Our
Lord, Jesus Christ, during the Good Friday Service at
7:30pm. This takes place during the Liturgy of the
Word. You wont want to miss this moving, creative
drama; a beautiful way to help you and your family prepare
to celebrate Easter.

Attention!!
Knitters
and
Seamstress
Needed

St. John Vianney


16243 we are asking each
During the Council
Lenten season,
parishioner to contribute one can of food per day during
the 40 days of Lent. Please bring your contribution to
church and leave it at the back of the church. Members of
the Saint John Vianney will collect the cans after the
11:30am Sunday Mass.
4

Its time to think about Saint Marys upcoming Baby Shower


in April. If you want a way to support this annual event, here is
your opportunity. If youre a knitter or seamstress, we would
love to have you contribute something to Saint Marys Baby
Shower held during the third and fourth weeks of April and
sponsored by the Respect Life Ministry.
For more information, contact Maureen Cabral at:
781-729-8062 or mbkc@verizon.net

St. Mary Parish Family

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

Divine Mercy Novena


Novena Dates April 3-11
(Feast Day, April 12)
I fly to Your Mercy, Compassionate
God, Who alone are good. Although
my misery is great and my offenses are
many, I trust in Your mercy because
You are the God of Mercy, and it has
never been heard of in all ages, not do
Heaven or earth remember, that a soul
trusting in Your Mercy has been
disappointed. (State your intentions.)
Jesus, Friend of a lonely heart, You are my haven. You are
my peace. You are my salvation. You are my serenity in
moments of struggle and amidst an ocean of doubts. Amen.
(Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be.)

March 20, 2016

ADORATION OF THE
MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT

When He returned, He found them asleep. He said to Peter,


"Simon, are you asleep? Could you not keep watch for one
hour?"
Mark 14:37

Come and spend the most peaceful hour (or part of an


hour) of your week with Jesus. Each Friday after the 9
AM Mass the Blessed Sacrament is exposed upon the
altar (Lower Church). The recitation of the Chaplet of
Divine Mercy will take place at 3:00pm, followed by
reposition. Please join us. We are committed to having
at least two persons present at all times of Adoration.
There is a sign-in book in the Gathering Room near the
entrance to the Mary Chapel. If you can commit just one
hour or more, please call Ursula Koslowski at 781-7296170 or email ukos42@verizon.net

Empowering Strategies for a


Healthier Teen
Facilitated by
Will Slotnik
Want to understand teen stress?
Want to learn to communicate more effectively?
Want to walk away with specific steps to take to help?
Join us for an evening of food and conversation where we will discuss
strategies to help our teens to be happier and healthier. You will walk
away feeling empowered to use your new found skills (including
mindfulness) to enable your teen to understand social and emotional
wellness and to balance life stressors.

PRAY FOR PEACE AND SAFETY

If you have a family member serving overseas, please let us

know. We will publish their names in the bulletin to remind


everyone to ask Gods blessing on them, that they may return
safely to their families.
Gen. Mark A. Milley
1st Lt. Robert Gill
2nd Lt. Ian OLeary
PFC Madelaine Sigfried, USA
Navy Seabee Peter Ferro
Sara Matthewso
Captain Michael Sheehan
Will Slotnick is the Founder and Director of the Wellness Collaborative, an Sgt. Spec. James Powers
PFC Thomas Donahue
Sgt. Christopher Peterson
organization dedicated to promoting health and preventing addiction in
Cpl.
Michael
Wilkinson
Michael DeLuca
school communities. Will has worked as a substance abuse prevention and
Lt. Mark Rippetoe
wellness specialist for over 25 years and has provided drug addiction, stress Lccpl. Eamon Garber
Cpl. Andrew Powell
1st Lt. Kevin Burke
management and mindfulness training to students, parents, faculty and
Pvt.
Matthew
Kolodgie
Col. Eric Halliday
administrators in public and private schools throughout the U.S.
Lt. J.G. Benjamin Kovesci
Lt. Andrew Norris
Cpl. Timothy Bell
Lance Cpl. Joshua Morgan
Cpl. Christopher Arrigo
Pvt. Martin Collins
EASTER FLOWERS
Col. Christopher Hamilton
Lt. Peter Brennan
Pvt. Maria Longo
Special Easter Flower envelopes are available at Sgt. Matthew Menezes
LT.
J.G.
Ted
Murner
1st
Lt. Kay Murner
the back of the church for anyone to remember
Ryan Lamarre, USN
SPC Leighton T.L. App
their loved ones on this Easter. This will allow us to PFC Bryan Strange, USMC
William Gromlich, USN
PFC Nick Garber
plan more effectively for our Easter dcor. We

Who? Parents & Caregivers of Teens


When? Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Where? Dinner & Discussion in the Waterfield Room, Town Hall
Please RSVP by March 18th to: Dot Butler @ butlermaild@gmail.com

appreciate your generosity and we thank you.

Saturday, March 19 Saint Joseph, Spouse of the


Blessed Virgin Mary
4:00pm Memorial
Buddy Lovasco
Sunday, March 20 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the

Scripture for the week of March 20, 2016

20 SUN Lk 19:28-40/Is 50:4-7/Phil 2:6-11/Lk 22:1423:56 or 23:1-49


21 Mon Is 42:1-7/Jn 12:1-11
22 Tue Is 49:1-6/Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Lord
23 Wed Is 50:4-9a/Mt 26:14-25
8:00am Memorial
Anthony Ferriero 24 Thu Ex 12:1-8, 11-14/1 Cor 11:23-26/Jn 13:1-15
10:00am Memorial
James A. & Patrick G Toomey 25 Fri Is 52:13-53:12/Heb 4:14-16;5:7-9/Jn 18:1-19:42
11:30am Memorial
Marianne Slater
26 Sat Gn 1:1-2:2 or 1:1, 26-31a/Gn 22:1-18 or 22:1-2,
Monday, March 21 Monday of Holy Week
9a, 10-13, 15-18/Ex 14:15-15:1/Is 54:5-14/Is
55:1-11/Bar 3:9-15, 32-4:4/Ez 36:16-17a, 186:45am Parish Mass
28/ Rom 6:3-11/ Lk 24:1-12
9:00am Anniversary
Bridget Conneely
27 SUN Acts 10:34a, 37-43/Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8/Jn
Tuesday, March 22 Tuesday of Holy Week
20:1-9 or Lk 24:1-12

6:45am Parish Mass


9:00am Intentions in the Prayer Book
Wednesday, March 23 Wednesday of Holy Week
6:45am Parish Mass
Thursday, March 24Holy Thursday

7:30pm Evening Mass of the Lords Supper


Friday, March 25Good Friday
9:00am Morning Prayer Service
3:00pm Stations of the Cross
7:30pm Passio

Saturday, March 19 & Sunday, March 20


Monthly Collection
Sunday, March 20
Pancake Breakfast

Saturday, March 26Holy Saturday

9:00am Morning Prayer Service


8:00pm Easter Vigil Mass
Sunday, March 27Easter Sunday
8:00am Easter Sunday Mass (Upper Church)
10:00am Easter Sunday Mass (Upper & Lower Church)
11:30am Easter Sunday Mass (Upper & Lower Church)

Parish Hall

12:40pm Altar Server Training


Upper Church
3:00pm Communal Penance Service Upper Church
Tuesday, March 22
9:30am Coffee Connection
Gathering Room
Saturday, March 26 & Sunday, March 27
Clergy Benefit Trust Collection

As you extend these branches to be blessed, think about your


homes where they will be displayed. For we are blessing not
only these palms, but the lives which they will bear witness in
coming year. Carry your branch high today as a sign of the
Christian life

Josephine Russo

As I look at the blessed palms that declare Jesus mercy, whom


must I take the initiative to forgive from the heart, sharing this
unconditional mercy?