March 13, 2016 - St. Joseph Catholic Church

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March 13, 2016 - St. Joseph Catholic Church
Celebrating 100 Years
1916 — March 19 — 2016
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Enter for Worship . . . Depart for Service
MARCH 13, 2016
FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
PRIESTS & DEACONS
Reverend Noel McGrath, Pastor
Reverend Duvan Bermudez
Reverend John DiFiore
Reverend John O’Farrell
Deacon Lawrence Crary
Deacon Matthew Bartlett
Deacon Frank Loafman
PASTORAL CENTER
772-287-2727 FAX: 772-287-4998
email: [email protected]
Monday—Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED
FAITH FORMATION
Natalie LaFleur
Director of Faith Formation
Confirmation, EDGE, Teen Night
[email protected]
772-287-2727, ext. 107
ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC SCHOOL
Age 3 thru 8th Grade
772-287-6975 FAX: 772-287-4733
Mr. John Mullarkey, Principal
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday: 8:30 a.m.,; Vigils at 4 p.m.,
5:30pm & 7:30 p.m. (Spanish Mass)
Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m.,
11 a.m., 12:30pm & 5:30 p.m.
Weekdays: 7 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
Confessions: On the Thursday
before the first Friday of each month
at 3 p.m.; Saturdays at 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m.; By appt. with Priest
Children’s Liturgy: During the Sunday 9 a.m. Mass
from September through May
(CLOW not held first Sunday
of month)
1200 East Tenth Street, Stuart, Florida 34996
www.sjcflorida.org
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PASTORAL COUNCIL
Ms. Bertha Alvarez
Ms. Marie Argana
Mrs. Bonny Condon
Mr. James Dunne
Mr. Peter Hartman
Mr. Thomas Masty
MASS SCHEDULE AND INTENTIONS
Mrs. Kathleen Pritchard
Mrs. Barbara Rohan
Ms. Maria Valdez
Mr. Glenn Webber
Mr. Philip C. Wintercorn
FINANCIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Mr. Mark Cocorullo
Mrs. Caite Corripio
Deacon Larry Crary
Mr. George MacLean
Mrs. Michele Reilly
Mr. Kevin Bousquette
GOOD SHEPHERD GIFT SHOP
HOURS:
Monday through Friday—9:00 am to 2:00pm;
Saturday—before and after the 4:00pm Mass,
Sunday—8:30am to 11:00am
When traveling, for Mass times and church locations,
call 1-800-627-7846 or log onto www.masstimes.org.
WELCOME TO ALL!
This church is our heavenly Father’s house, a place of
solace and grace, so feel at home here. Enter reverently,
pray quietly, sing joyfully, listen attentively, give cheerfully
and come back gladly. Remain in the church after Mass for
some personal quiet time with the Lord, or exit quietly to the
Gathering Area for fellowship and sharing. Whether you are
a Registered parishioner, new to our community or a visitor,
welcome.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
St. Joseph Parish is a welcoming Catholic
community of faith that embraces its diversity
and reaches out to all of God’s children. We
nourish our faith in our Lord Jesus Christ through the
Sacraments, the Word and the Eucharist. We strive to
increase our stewardship by sharing our time, talents and
treasures.
MONDAY, MARCH 14
7:00
Anna & Wladyslaw Dabrowski+
Requested by Dorothy Colcuc
8:30
Vivienne Drumm+
Requested by Jeanne Keeler
TUESDAY, MARCH 15
7:00
Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ
Requested by Dorothy Colcuc
8:30
William & Ethel O’Mara+
Requested by The O’Mara Family
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16
7:00
Marie A. Trainor
Requested by Patricia Riedman
8:30
Rob Elder+
Requested by Dave & Marilyn Sager
THURSDAY, MARCH 17
7:00
William Tierney+
Requested by Donald & Sally Belfi
8:30
The Kinneavy & Dolan Families+
Requested by Mary Dolan
FRIDAY, MARCH 18
7:00
Louis Budakowski
Requested by The Baldes Family
8:30
Eileen Ingram+
Requested by Eleanor V. Piedmonte
SATURDAY, MARCH 19
8:30
For All Your Beloved Ones+
4:00
People of the Parish
8:00
Spanish Mass
SUNDAY, MARCH 20
7:30
Anna Marie Carlaw and Nelson Beebe +
Requested by Marlane Ritchings
9:00
Barbara Sanborn+
Requested by Carole Jodoin
11:00 Peter Della Pietra+
Requested by Marsha Della Pietra
12:30 The Schoenberger Family+
Requested by Barbara Stanke
5:30
Lucille dePool+
Requested by St. Joseph CCW
For Prayer Requests, Articles of Praise, Mass Intentions,
comments or suggestions, please call the Pastoral Office
at 772-287-2727 or email [email protected]
March 13, 2016
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SACRAMENTAL LIFE OF THE CHURCH
BAPTISM
We are happy to welcome new members to our Catholic faith
community. Infant Baptisms are usually celebrated on the third
Sunday of the month. Requesting the Sacrament of Baptism for a
child involves a serious obligation and faith commitment on the part
of the parents and Godparents. Parents must be registered and
active members of the Parish for three months before beginning
the baptismal preparation process. We encourage parents to
begin this process prior to the birth of their child. Call Deanna
Thurlow in the Pastoral Office to schedule an initial appointment.
After the necessary paperwork, which may be obtained at the initial
appointment, is filled out, Baptismal Preparation Class is attended
and completed Godparent Eligibility Forms are received, then the
Baptism will be scheduled. Our Baptismal Preparation Class is held
the first Sunday of each month at 10:15am in the Pastoral Office
Conference Room. Please call 772-287-2727, ext. 106 to confirm
class attendance.
CONFIRMATION
Candidates for this sacrament are those already baptized and
who have received formation in religious education. We celebrate
Confirmation with the Bishop. For High School students, this is a
2-year program. Contact the Parish Office. Adults wishing to be
confirmed can contact the Religious Education Office.
FIRST EUCHARIST
First Eucharist is usually celebrated in the Second Grade after
attending the required religious instruction classes either at St.
Joseph Catholic School or through the Religious Education
Program. Preparation for First Eucharist is a two-year program. First
Eucharist for children takes place in the Spring. Please call the Parish
Office for more information.
RECONCILIATION
A priest is available to hear confession on Saturday, from 11:00
a.m. to 11:30 a.m., from 3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and on Thursday
before First Friday, from 3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Penitential Services
are held during the Seasons of Advent and Lent. First Reconciliation
is usually celebrated in the Second Grade prior to First Eucharist.
Please call the Parish Office for more information or to schedule a
time convenient for you.
MATRIMONY
Wedding Masses are celebrated on Saturday, and may begin as
early as 12:00 noon, but no later than 1:00 p.m. Engaged couples
must be registered in this parish for a minimum of 6 months,
attending Mass regularly, and participating in our envelope system
before initiating the marriage preparation process, which requires
approximately 6 months to complete. You must call the Parish
Office at least six (6) months prior to your intended marriage to
begin the marriage preparation program, and in advance of
scheduling the wedding reception hall. Tentative wedding dates
require meeting with a parish priest and his subsequent approval,
before being confirmed/scheduled on the Church calendar.
HOLY ORDERS
If you feel you may have a vocation to serve the People of God
through the Ordained Ministry as a Priest or Deacon, or the Vowed
Religious Life, please contact the Diocesan Vocation Office at (561)
775-9555 or speak to one of the parish priests.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
This Sacrament will be celebrated with a special Liturgy for the
Sick twice a year, Lent and Advent, or in the case of immediate need,
upon request. If you are homebound or in the hospital and desire to
be anointed, please contact the Parish Office. When a patient is in
the hospital, please ensure you register as a Catholic so that our
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion can visit you.
ACTIVE PARISHIONER STATUS
We receive many requests for parishioners to be godparents or
sponsors for the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation and to
rightfully enjoy the number of services offered at St. Joseph Church.
Part of the request is to be able to verify that a person is an “active
member” of St. Joseph.
An “active member” is:
 Properly registered on the parish rolls.
 Faithfully attends Mass on Sundays and Holy Days
 Participates in parish activities/ministries when possible
 Uses the parish envelope system for donations
These are the main factors that will be considered in making the
determination.
PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
We welcome you to come spend some quiet time with Our Lord
in the Adoration Chapel, which is accessible via a combination entry
pad. Please visit the Parish office to obtain the combination code.
The Chapel is accessible 24/7.
Please remember the intentions
of the following as you pray this week:
Lynda Bernitt, Dorothy McManus,
Geraldine Smith, Gerald Mullhausen,
Baby Elliott Theresa Preston,
and those who have no one to pray for them.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of:
Bill Delap, Anna Marie Carlaw, Grace LaMothe,
Stanley Bosakowski, JoAnne Croke,
Lucille dePool, Barry Bagnati,
David Hillner,Marian DeVeaux,
Charlie Hart, Gloria Bobko,
and all souls in Purgatory.
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TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The Lord does something new for the
chosen people (Isaiah 43:16-21) or Ezekiel 37:12-14.
Psalm — The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled
with joy (Psalm 126) or Psalm 130.
Second Reading — The supreme good is knowing Jesus as
Lord (Philippians 3:8-14) or Romans 8:8-11.
Gospel — A woman caught in the act of adultery is brought
to Jesus. He challenges anyone without sin to throw the first
stone (John 8:1-11) or John 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27, 33b45].
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 [41c-62];
Ps 23:1-6; Jn 8:12-20 (or Jn 8:1-11 if Year
A readings were used on Sunday)
Tuesday:
Nm 21:4-9; Ps 102:2-3, 16-21; Jn 8:21-30
Wednesday: Dn 3:14-20, 91-92, 95; Dn 3:52-56;
Jn 8:31-42
Thursday:
Gn 17:3-9; Ps 105:4-9: Jn 8:51-59
Friday:
Jer 20:10-13; Ps 18:2-7; Jn 10:31-42
Saturday:
2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Ps 89:2-5, 27, 29;
Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22; Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a or
Lk 2:41-51a
Sunday:
Lk 19:28-40 (procession);
Is 50:4-7; Ps 22:8-9, 17-20, 23-24;
Phil 2:6-11; Lk 22:14 — 23:56 [23:1-49]
Thank You
FOR SHARING YOUR TIME,
TALENT & TREASURE
Collection information for the weekend of March 5-6:
1st Envelope .......$13,229
1st Loose ......... $12,494
Total ............... $25,723
School Support
Envelope ............ $2,842
Loose ............... $1,945
Total .................. $4,787
2015 CONTRIBUTION STATEMENT
To receive a tax contribution statement for your offertory
gifts to St. Joseph Church for 2015 please complete the
form below and place the request in the weekend offertory
collection basket. Statements will only be mailed to the
address on file. Thank you.
I AM INTERESTED IN RECEIVING A CHARITABLE
CONTRIBUTION STATEMENT FROM MY PARISH.
Please Print
Last Name: ________________________________________
First Name: ________________________________________
Address: ___________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Envelope Number: ________________________________
2016 DIOCESAN SERVICES APPEAL
It’s time for the 2016 Diocesan Services Appeal. We
thank each of you for your previous generous gifts
and appreciate your commitment to the 2016 DSA. As
of right now, we have collected $125,322.49. Our goal
is $253,500, a 5% increase from last year’s DSA goal.
If you are a registered parishioner and donated in
2015, Bishop Barbarito has already mailed your 2016
donation material to you. For those of you who have
not yet registered in the parish, envelopes are
available in the pews. Please pray over your
commitment and give as generously as you can.
Please remember to mark any of your
correspondence with the number 357—St. Joseph
Church, so that St. Joseph is credited for your
donation.
If you have any questions regarding the 2016 DSA,
please contact Brian Doyle, Development Director
with the Diocese of Palm Beach, at 561-775-9519.
PLANNED GIVING
We are all stewards— managers of the many gifts God
has bestowed on us. Our challenge as Christians is to
make good use of those gifts. Kindly consider St.
Joseph Church when planning your estate.
Thank you,
- Fr. Noel
CLOSER THAN YOU THINK
Many of life’s failures are people who did not
realize how close they were to success
when they gave up.
—Thomas Edison
March 13, 2016
CELEBRATING THE YEAR OF MERCY
We want to live this Jubilee Year in
light of the Lord's words: Merciful like
the Father. The Evangelist reminds us
of the teaching of Jesus who says, "Be
merciful just as your Father is
merciful" (Lk 6:36). It is a programme
of life as demanding as it is rich with
joy and peace. Jesus's command is
directed to anyone willing to listen to
his voice (cf. Lk 6:27). In order to be
capable of mercy, therefore, we must
first of all dispose ourselves to listen to
the Word of God. This means rediscovering the value of
silence in order to meditate on the Word that comes to us. In
this way, it will be possible to contemplate God's mercy and
adopt it as our lifestyle.
SUGGESTIONS FOR PRACTICING CORPORAL
AND SPIRITUAL WORKS OF MERCY
Forgiving
 pray for those who have wronged you and pray
for the courage to forgive;
 ask forgiveness from others;

let go of grudges; go out of your way to be
positive with someone you are having a difficult
time with.
JUBILEE PRAYER OF MERCY
During this Year of Mercy, we invite you to pray
the Jubilee Prayer of Mercy before Mass begins or
during your personal prayer after Communion.
INVITATION TO ATTEND THE CHRISM MASS
As part of Holy Week, on March 22 at 11 a.m. at the
Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola in Palm Beach Gardens, the
Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of the Diocese
of Palm Beach, will celebrate the traditional Catholic Chrism
Mass with priests from the Catholic Diocese of Palm Beach.
During the Chrism Mass, Bishop Barbarito will bless the
three oils that will be used for sacramental purposes during
the next year throughout all of the diocese’s 53 churches and
missions. In addition to the blessing, the priests will renew
their vows and those with significant ordination anniversaries
will be recognized. For questions please contact:
[email protected] or 561-775-9529.
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HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
100th ANNIVERSARY
MASS
March 19
at 4:00 p.m. celebrated by
Bishop Gerald M.
Barbarito
PALM SUNDAY
March 20
Blessing of Palms
all Masses
CHRISM MASS
All are welcome to
attend on Tuesday
March 22 at 11:00 a.m.
in the Cathedral of
St. Ignatius Loyola
Palm Beach Gardens
ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL
PRESENTATION OF
LIVING STATIONS
Wednesday, March 23 at
1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
HOLY THURSDAY
Morning Prayer
at 8:30 am
NO Morning Masses
MASS of the LORD’S
SUPPER at 7:00 pm
(Combined English and
Spanish)
REPOSE OF THE
BLESSED SACRAMENT
Church Annex A and B
until 12:00 midnight
LITURGY OF THE
PASSION,
VENERATION OF THE
CROSS AND HOLY
COMMUNION
at 3:00 pm
SPANISH LIVING
STATIONS OF THE
CROSS (Live
Dramatization) and
HOLY COMMUNION
at 6:30 pm
HOLY SATURDAY
Morning Prayer
at 8:30 am
Blessing of Easter
Food Baskets
at 12:00 pm in the Church
SOLEMN EASTER VIGIL
AND MASS
English at 7:00 pm
in the Church
Spanish at 10:00 pm
in the Church
NO 4:00 pm or 5:30 pm
Mass on Holy Saturday,
March 26
EASTER SUNDAY
Mass celebrated
at 7:30 am, 9:00 am,
11:00 am (Contemporary
Mass) and 12:30 pm
Mass in the JUDITH R.
SHANK GYMNASIUM
Celebrated at 9:10am
and 11:10 am
NO 5:30 pm Mass on
Easter Sunday, March 27
GOOD FRIDAY
Morning Prayer
DIVINE MERCY NOVENA
at 8:30 am
8:30 am Good Friday
STATIONS of the CROSS
through Divine Mercy
at 12:00 pm
Sunday
DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
April 3
Confession, Adoration,
Readings and Chaplet
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
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March 13, 2016
‘LOVE IS LISTENING’ DEMENTIA PRESENTATION
St. Joseph Catholic
Church Family Center
Sunday,
March 20th, 2016
2:00-4:00 p.m.
Michael Verde
Award-winning educator, author, and founder
of Memory Bridge Michael Verde returns to the
Treasure Coast to present LOVE IS LISTENING,
sharing a groundbreaking communication
approach to dementia care.
Learn ways to tap into depths of memory that
dementia does not erase.
Family, Friends, and Caregivers of individuals
with dementia are invited to attend a free
presentation at St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Sponsored by St. Joseph Parishioners Craig
and Elizabeth Price.
Please confirm attendance by calling
772-287-2727, ext. 106.
YOU ARE NEEDED!
We need adorers at every hour to keep the
Adoration Chapel open. You can make a difference.
Please give just one hour to Jesus. He gave so much
to us.
"The Church and the world have a great need of
Eucharistic Adoration." (Saint Pope John Paul II,
Dominicae Cenae)
Adorers are needed for one hour at 1:00 Monday
or Friday. Tuesday open times are 2:00 A.M., 3 A.M.,
10:00 A.M., and 7:00 P.M. Would you consider
dedicating one hour of your time for 3 months? Call
Denise (772) 781-0981 or email
[email protected]
St. Joseph Catholic Church has a
Facebook page! If you are on Facebook,
be sure to “like” our page to stay on top of
all the wonderful things happening at our
Parish!
FLOWER PRESENTATION FOR
THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
We invite all parish children and teens from
Second Grade through High School to join
us in the “Flower Presentation for the Blessed Sacrament” at
the conclusion of the Holy Thursday Mass. Everyone
interested in participating in this special recessional will be
seated with their family throughout Mass. At the end of
Mass, you will be directed to a reserved area to receive your
flower and then join in the recessional to the Annex for the
Repose of the Blessed Sacrament.
Please see Natalie LaFleur at the front entrance of the
church before Mass begins at 7:00pm.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR SPECIAL
100TH ANNIVERSARY MASS ON MARCH 19
St. Joseph Catholic
Church will celebrate its
100th Anniversary with a
special Mass on Saturday,
March 19 at 4:00pm. Our
St. Joseph Priests as well as Priests from around the
Diocese will join Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito to
celebrate this milestone. There will be Blessing of
Palms. All are invited to join us for Mass and a
reception to follow in the Judith R. Shank Gymnasium.
Bishop Barbarito will also dedicate the new Our Lady
of Guadalupe grotto after Mass. Spanish Mass will be
at 8:00pm (Please note that there will be no 5:30pm
Mass next Saturday.)
For more information, contact the Pastoral Office
at 287-2727, ext. 106.
LENTEN TALKS WITH FR. JOHN DIFIORE
“IN THE DESERT—
A LOOK AT BIBLICAL THEMES OF LENT”
March 15 at 9:30am in the Church Annex.
This will be the final talk in Fr. John’s series of Lenten
Talks. Fr. John will examine the Desert Experience of the
Jews in the Old Testament and the experience of Jesus in the
Desert prior to his Public Ministry in the New Testament.
Participants are encouraged to bring a bible to explore
scriptural references in regard to the desert experience.
Marital and Family Counseling Services are available
for parishioners. For more information,
call Karen Lindsay at 772-359-3541.
March 13, 2016
FROM THE OFFICE OF FAITH FORMATION
“But when they continued asking him, he
straightened up and said to them, ‘Let the one
among you who is without sin be the first to throw a
stone at her.’” (JN 8:7)
PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION
PRE-K THROUGH 7TH GRADE:
NEXT CLASS— SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 2016
FROM 10:15am-11:30am in the School Building.
8TH GRADE (FIRST-YEAR CONFIRMATION):
NEXT CLASS— SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 2016
FROM 10:15am-11:30am in the School Building
OR WED., APRIL 6 FROM 6:15pm-7:30pm
In the School Building.
2016 CONFIRMATION PHOTOS ARE IN!
Please feel free to pick up your complimentary
group Confirmation photo at the Church office
Monday through Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm (closed
from 12-1pm for lunch).
If you would like to purchase additional photos,
please visit
www.paulcarecciaphotography.com>Order
Photos>Churches>St Josephs Confirmation 2016
RICE BOWLS
Please remember to return your Rice Bowl by Holy
Thursday, March 24 at the Parish Office. We ask that
you kindly convert all money/change into a check.
EDGE
The EDGE Night Schedule for the rest of the 20152016 School Year is as follows:
April 14 & 21
May 19 & 26
From 6:00pm -7:30pm in the Parish Life Center
Room # 5. Join us for Faith & Fun!
For more information, contact Natalie LaFleur,
Director of Faith Formation, 287-2727, ext. 107.
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SCOTT HAHN AT ST. JOSEPH APRIL 2
Please join us Saturday, April 2 at
11am in the Judith R. Shank
Gymnasium for Dr. Scott Hahn’s
presentations: “The Father of
Mercies” and “The Family Fully
Alive.” Doors will open at 10:00am.
Dr. Hahn has been awarded the
Father Michael Scanlan, TOR, Chair
of Biblical Theology and the New
Evangelization at Franciscan
University of Steubenville, where he
has taught since 1990, and is the
founder and director of the Saint Paul Center for Biblical
Theology. From 2005 to 2011, he held the Pope Benedict
XVI Chair of Biblical Theology and Liturgical Proclamation
at St. Vincent Seminary in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Hahn is also the bestselling author of numerous books
including “The Lamb’s Supper,” “Reasons to Believe,” and
“Rome Sweet Home” (co-authored with his wife, Kimberly).
Some of his newest books are “Evangelizing Catholics,”
“Angels and Saints,” and “Joy to the World.”
Registration cost is $15 which includes both
presentations.
For more information, contact Natalie LaFleur at the
Pastoral Office at 287-2727 ext. 107.
TICKETS ON SALE FOR MATTHEW KELLY
Tickets are on sale for Matthew
Kelly’s program, “Living Every
Day with Passion and
Purpose,” set for March 19,
2016 from 10am to 2pm at St.
Joseph Catholic Church.
Tickets are $39 and include all
retreat materials. Tickets can
be purchased at the St. Joseph
Pastoral Office; at
www.DynamicCatholic.com/Stuart or by calling 859980-7900.
For more information, contact Natalie LaFleur at
the Pastoral Office at 287-2727, ext. 107.
JOIN THE KOFC FOR DINNER
The Knights of Columbus will host a Corned
Beef and Cabbage dinner from 5-7pm on
Tuesday, March 15 at the Knights of
Columbus Hall on the corner of Kanner and Cove Road.
Cost is $12. Call 286-7507 for reservations.
There will be no Confessions
at 11:00am and 3:00pm
on Saturday, March 19.
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March 13, 2016
Father Noel McGrath and St. Joseph Catholic Church present…
Pilgrimage to Sicily & Italy
October 3 – 14, 2016
Please contact Marita at 772-287-2727 x 102 for further information.
ITINERARY
Day 1: Monday, October 3, 2016 Overnight Flight. Join
us in exploring the hidden treasures of southern Italy
and Sicily. Enjoy breathtaking scenery, historic cities,
centuries-old hilltop villages and wonderful cuisine.
Day 2: Tuesday, October 4, 2016 Palermo, Sicily - Tour
Begins . Your tour opens in Palermo, the capital of Sicily.
This evening, join your fellow travelers for a welcome
dinner featuring traditional Sicilian cuisine. (D)
Day 3: Wednesday,
October 5, 2016
Palermo - Monreale
- Palermo. A
cultural tour of
Palermo features
the lovely squares
of Quattro Canti,
Piazza Pretoria and
Palermo
Piazza Bellini. Note
the exotic mixture of Moorish, Norman and Spanish
Baroque styles that make this city special. View the
Palace of the Normans, La Martorana church, and the
cathedral which houses the Imperial Crown of
Constance of Aragon. In the nearby town of
Monreale, visit the 12th-century cathedral with its
dazzling interior of multicolored marbles, paintings,
mosaics and cloisters. The remainder of your day is at
leisure to relax or perhaps visit the city’s museums and
shops. (B)
Day 4: Thursday, October 6, 2016 Palermo - Agrigento Giardini Naxos. This morning travel through the
beautiful countryside with rolling hills and working
farms toward the town of Agrigento. Upon arrival, visit
the stunning Valley of the Temples, one of the most
important archaeological sites in the world and a
UNESCO World Heritage site. From ancient times to
the present day, the Valley of the Temples’ ruins,
landscape and colors have inspired poets, writers and
painters. Here you get an up-close view of the temples
of Juno, Concordia, Hercules and Jupiter. Continue on to
Giardini Naxos, the “garden of Sicily,” for your two-night
stay. (B, D)
Day 5: Friday, October 7, 2016 Giardini Naxos - Siracusa
- Giardini Naxos. Depart Giardini Naxos and venture
farther south to Siracusa. Reflect on the grandeur of
ancient Greece during an included excursion to the
historical sites in Siracusa, boasting archaeological
treasures rivaling those in Athens. A local expert guides
you through Archaeological Park which features an
impressive collection of Greek and Roman antiquities.
Afterward, make a stop at a rural estate. Feel like you
have stepped back in time as you reflect and explore
the stunning gardens and landscape and enjoy a
regional treat with the owners. (B)
Day 6: Saturday, October 8, 2016 Giardini Naxos - Bari
Depart Sicily and travel to Bari. Upon arrival celebrate
Mass* at the Tomb of St. Nicholas in the Basilica of St.
Nicholas of Bari. The remains of St. Nicholas lie in the
crypt and are the source of pilgrimage for Catholic and
Orthodox Christians. (B)
Day 7: Sunday, October 9, 2016 Bari - Monte
Sant’Angelo - San Giovanni Rotondo. Travel north to
begin your day with a
special visit to Monte
Sant’Angelo. Take in
the breathtaking
views of the
Gargano Peninsula
and explore one of
the most celebrated
Grotto of St. Michael the Archangel shrines of early
Christianity – the
Grotto of St. Michael the Archangel. Many popes and
saints have knelt and prayed at this grotto, seeking the
protection of Saint Michael. Later, arrive in San Giovanni
Rotondo and celebrate Mass* in the sanctuary of Padre
Pio. This is followed by a tour of the sanctuary,
including the old church and the crucifix from which he
received the stigmata in 1918, as well as Padre Pio’s
tomb. Then, visit the new church dedicated in 2004 to
Saint Pio of Pietrelcina. You will also see the
confessional where Padre Pio spent many hours
directing pilgrims on their journey toward God. (B, D)
Day 8: Monday, October 10, 2016 San Giovanni
Rotondo - Loreto - Assisi. Travel the Adriatic Coast to
the Marian shrine of Loreto. Visit the Holy House of
Nazareth and the beautiful Madonna of Loreto where
more than 50 popes have made a pilgrimage. You will
celebrate Mass* before crossing the Apennine
Mountains en route to Assisi, birthplace of St. Francis.
(B, D)
Continued on page 9.
March 13, 2016
Day 9: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 Assisi - Rome. Begin
your morning with a special visit to St. Mary of the
Angels Basilica, where St. Francis spent most of his life.
Enjoy a visit to the Chapel of the Porziuncola, the rose
bush and the cave where the saint prayed. Later, visit the
Church of St. Clare, who founded the Order of Poor
Clares and followed the teachings of St. Francis by living
a life of poverty and humility. You will also be able to
see and kneel before the crucifix from which Jesus spoke
to St. Francis, asking him to rebuild his church. A local
expert will provide an interesting tour of Assisi
highlighting the huge 13th-century basilica where
you can see many of St. Francis’ possessions and a
series of frescoes
depicting his life.
Celebrate Mass* in the
Basilica of St. Francis
before departing for
Rome. (B, D)
Day 10: Wednesday,
October 12, 2016 Rome
- Vatican City - Papal
Audience - Christian
Vatican City
Rome City Tour. This
morning, attend the weekly papal audience** at Vatican
City to receive the blessing given by His Holiness, Pope
Francis. Later, stroll through the catacombs where early
Christians fearing persecution hid and buried their dead.
Next, spend time at Rome’s major basilicas. See St. Paul
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Outside the Walls which contains the remains of St. Paul
under its main altar; then visit St. John in Lateran, the
former residence of the popes prior to their return to
Rome in 1377. (B)
Day 11: Thursday,
October 13, 2016
Rome - Vatican
Museum. After
celebrating Mass,*
you head toward the
Vatican Museum.***
Here you will view
such historical
treasures as the
Vatican Museum
Sistine Chapel and
Michelangelo’s restored mural of the Last Judgment.
Then it’s on to the breathtaking St. Peter’s Basilica, built
on the site where St. Peter was martyred. Known as the
grandest of the world’s churches, St. Peter’s is
unsurpassed in beauty. Proceed to St. Mary Major, one
of the oldest shrines dedicated to the Blessed Virgin.
Enjoy the afternoon at your leisure. Perhaps you will use
this time to shop and find that perfect souvenir! This
evening, join your fellow travelers for a farewell dinner
celebrating the end of a memorable pilgrimage to Italy.
Day 12: Friday, October 14, 2016 Rome - Tour Ends.
Your tour ends today. Fly home to United States.
PARISHERIONERS ENJOY LAST WEEKEND’S SPECIAL 100TH ANNIVERSARY PARISH BREAKFAST
Last weekend’s Parish Breakfast was in
celebration of our 100th anniversary.
Guests enjoyed delicious food and festive
decorations. Please be sure to attend our
next Parish Breakfast on April 10. For more
photos from last weekend’s Parish
Breakfast, please see our website,
sjcflorida.org, and our Facebook page.
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FROM THE OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT
STEWARDSHIP
Stewardship is a way of life, a life of accountability
and responsibility acknowledging God as Creator and
Giver of all. Stewardship calls us to share a portion of
our time, talent, and treasure so that the Good News
of Jesus Christ may be shared with those who do not
know Him. Stewards, as disciples of Jesus Christ, see
themselves as caretakers of all God's gifts. Gratitude
for these gifts is expressed in prayer, worship, offering
and action by eagerly sharing our gifts out of love for
God and one another.
Stewardship reminds us that we are the
administrators, not the owners, of our assets. Christian
stewardship can be identified by several meaningful
characteristics; the most important is that it
strengthens our relationship with God. It is a way of
life, not a program that has a beginning and an end
Stewardship is based on the spiritual principles of
the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus.
Stewardship is not just a program, or a method of
fundraising, it is a way of thanking God for all His
blessings by returning a portion of the time, talent,
and treasure we have each received.
Stewardship is a path to holiness. It makes us more
like Christ who came not to be served, but to serve. It
is a grateful awareness that all we have and all we are
comes freely from God. When we offer our lives back
to God in love, He blesses that generosity a
hundredfold.
To learn more about Catholic Stewardship, I
strongly recommend that you read the pastoral letter,
Stewardship: A Disciple's Response (1992). This
document gives us a template on how to live
stewardship as a way of life by receiving God’s gifts
gratefully, cultivating those gifts responsibly, sharing
them lovingly with justice, so that we may return
those gifts with increase to God.
PROTECTION OF CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE
The Catholic Diocese of Palm Beach is committed to the
safety and protection of all children and vulnerable adults in
its care. Victims of abuse are encouraged to contact the
Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator to begin necessary
emotional, psychological and spiritual healing. The Diocese
of Palm Beach Victim Assistance Coordinator, Ms. Theresa
Fretterd, can be reached at 561-801-0999. For more
information on Diocesan policies and procedures for
reporting abuse as well as to view the USCCB Charter for
the Protection of Children and Young People, please go to
www.diocesepb.org and click on Offices/Safe Environments.
March 13, 2016
THE NORDERSTEDT FLUTE ENSEMBLE
IN CONCERT: SUNDAY, APRIL 3 AT 1:30PM
The Norderstedt Flute Ensemble will perform a free
concert at 1:30pm on Sunday, April 3 in the Judith R.
Shank Gymnasium at St. Joseph Catholic Church.
The Norderstedt Flute Ensemble was founded in 1994
and has been a flagship of the Norderstedt Music
School (Hamburg, Germany) from its inception. The
ensemble is led by Marek Barkiewicz, who studied
flute at the music academies of Wroclaw and
Bratislava. This is a RARE opportunity to hear this
INCREDIBLE ensemble right here in Stuart, Florida!
This is a FREE event! MARK YOUR CALENDAR TODAY!
ROSARY MAKERS
The Rosary Makers will be meeting from
9:15 to 11am in Room #4 at the Parish
Life Center on the following Tuesdays in
March and April: March 15, 22 and 29
and April 5, 19, and 26. They will be making rosaries for
distribution to overseas missions, hospitals, nursing homes,
schools, etc. For more information or future meeting dates,
call Milly Davis at 283-0675.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MARCH SJCS
500 CLUB WINNERS!
500.00 winner: # 311 Katie Burke
100.00 winner: # 5 Arvind Vakani
250.00 winner : # 311 Katie Burke
50.00 winner : # 92 George Bergalis
For more information, call Theresa Gray at 772-418-7222 or
[email protected]
Save the Date
6th Annual Charger
5K Run/Walk
St. Joseph Catholic
School
Friday April 22, 2016
More details to come. Please keep
checking your bulletin.
March 13 , 2016
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ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC SCHOOL NEWS
St. Joseph Catholic School, rooted in Gospel values and centered on the Eucharist, celebrates the
uniqueness of each child by providing a safe, nurturing environment, promoting academic
excellence, encouraging service to others, and cultivating artistic self-expression.
There will be a School Mass at 8:30am on Wednesday,
March 16, prepared by our 3rd Grade. The Symphonic
Band’s Mass Ensemble will be accompanying the cantors.
We seek excellence in all areas, but we have
exciting news in the area of technology: we are looking to
transform the layout and technology of our computer lab to
create a TEAL, or Technology Enabled Active Learning Lab.
This is a concept pioneered by MIT to help students tackle
educational problems in an environment that enhances
creative thinking, problem solving, and student-centered
learning/activities. Our plans/dreams are big, but we are
happy to announce that we have begun. Using federal grant
money we were able to purchase one Z-Space 3 D computer.
This special system allows teachers to create threedimensional models for their classrooms and allows students
to see and manipulate objects in a three dimensional
environment. In the future we hope to raise $15,000 in
donations to buy four additional machines to allow more
students to work in this environment at the same time. In
addition, our computer teacher, Mrs. Mullens, has used her
Adopt-A-Class funds combined with a $500 donation from a
parishioner to purchase four DASH robots that allow
students to practice coding. Research has shown that the
logic needed to code helps students to be successful in math
Hop on over & join us
for St. Joseph Parish’s
Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 26 at 10 a.m.
Meet by the School Office with your
Easter Basket
COME FOR THE FUN…
We will serve cookies and juice
Any inquiries, please contact Angela Trybul at
772-287-2727 ext. 117 or
[email protected]
and other "order of process" academic work. Ultimately this is
the sort of benefit that a TEAL lab can provide to students by
allowing them to approach learning in a way that is
inherently fun and challenging.
The Spanish National Exam will be held on Monday 3/14
and on Thursday 3/17 for 8th grade and a select group of 7th
graders. The National Spanish Examinations are the most
widely used tests of Spanish in the United States to measure
performance (interpretive communication) and
achievement of students who are studying Spanish as a
second language. Last year our students obtained 3 Silver
Medals, 5 Bronze Medals, and 15 Honor Diplomas. This
year our students will also be "FABULOSOS"! Keep them in
your prayers."
CATHOLICS CARE. CATHOLICS VOTE.
"We need to participate for the common
good. Sometimes we hear: a good
Catholic is not interested in politics.
This is not true: good Catholics immerse
themselves in politics by offering the best
of themselves so that the leader can
govern."
- Pope Francis, 9/16/13
The Catholic bishops of the United
States are pleased to offer once again
to the Catholic faithful Forming Consciences for Faithful
Citizenship, our teaching document on the political
responsibility of Catholics. This statement represents our
guidance for Catholics in the exercise of their rights and
duties as participants in our democracy. We urge our pastors,
lay and religious faithful, and all people of good will to use
this statement to help form their consciences; to teach those
entrusted to their care; to contribute to civil and respectful
public dialogue; and to shape political choices in the coming
election in light of Catholic teaching. The statement lifts up
our dual heritage as both faithful Catholics and American
citizens with rights and duties as participants in the civil
order.
Read Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship: A Call to
Political Responsibility from the Catholic Bishops of the United
States, which provides a ſhamework for Catholics in the United
States.
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March 13, 2016
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PRAYER GROUP “CRISTO VIVE”
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Deanna Thurlow, 287-2727, ext. 106
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Fr. Duvan Bermudez, 287-2727, ext. 118
Ascensión Villa, 772-486-7441
Maria Valdez, 287-2727
Antonio Sic, 772-261-1990
Gina Thompson, 631-0298
Tom Kearney, 283-4531,
Joan Gannon, 220-8469
Natalie LaFleur, 287-2727, ext. 107
287-2727
Angie Leggio, 781-1756
Jo Wilson, 286-0730
Denise Tiller, 781-0981
Barbara Dixon, 772-335-4311
Karen Lindsay, 772-359-3541
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
CHILDREN'S LITURGY
PARISH SCHOOL of RELIGION
CONFIRMATION
R.C.I.A. (Process of becoming Catholic)
YOUTH MINISTRY/LIFETEEN
Amanda Cischke, 287-2727
Natalie LaFleur, 287-2727, ext. 107
Natalie LaFleur, 287-2727, ext. 107
Natalie LaFleur, 287-2727, ext. 107
Deacon Matthew Bartlett, 287-2727
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ALTAR SERVERS
Jeannine Ramos, 486-4425
EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION
Liz Hall, 463-2685
LECTORS
Marie Argana, 485-5743
MUSIC MINISTRIES
Leanne Mitchell, Director, 287-2727, ext. 116
USHERS
Tom Schweizer, 287-6677
PARISH LIFE
CATHOLIC LAWYER’S GUILD
Glenn Webber, 287-5600
COUNCIL of CATHOLIC WOMEN (CCW) Lois Pujol, 600-5210
EVENTS/VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR
Angela Trybul, 287-2727, ext. 117
HOSPITALITY
Angela Trybul, 287-2727, ext. 117
GOOD SHEPHERD GIFT SHOP
Carol Jodoin, 772-266-9553
ROSARY MAKERS
Milly Davis, 283-0675
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