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Immaculate Conception Parish
Immaculate Conception Parish
489 Broadway
Everett, Massachusetts 02149
Phone: 617-389-5660
Fax: 617-389-2456
RECTORY HOURS
8:30AM-12PM & 12:30PM-3PM
Website: www.iceverett.com
Email: [email protected]
PASTOR
Rev. Gerald Osterman: 617-389-5660
PAROCHIAL VICAR
Rev. Donatus Ezenneka
PASTORAL ASSOCIATES
Philomene Pean: 617-389-0029
[email protected]
Haitian Community
Richard F. Randazzo: 617-387-7009
[email protected]
[email protected]
Notary Public
Faith Formation & Confirmation 6-10
FAITH FORMATION (September—May)
GRADES 1-5
Sundays 10:15AM-11:30AM In Our School
617-387-7009
Fran Foley, Co-Director Grades 1 and 2
[email protected]
Janine Keller, Co-Director Grades 3, 4, 5
[email protected]
SPANISH FAITH FORMATION
Sunday: 10:15AM-12 NOON In Our School
FAITH FORMATION GRADES 6-10
Thursdays 6:00-7:15PM Our School
ADORATION OF THE
BLESSED SACRAMENT
Thursday after 7:00AM Mass (Chapel)
Benediction 6:30PM
CHARISMATIC PRAYER MEETING
Friday: 7:30PM In The Chapel
SPANISH PRAYER MEETING
Friday: 7:00PM In The Church
SODALITY (March-December)
First Friday of the Month at 12:15PM
RECONCILIATION (Confession)
Saturday: 3:00PM-3:40PM
BAPTISM
1st and 3rd Sundays at 2:00PM (Chapel)
Call Rectory to make arrangements
WEDDINGS
Call Rectory at least 6 Months prior for
An appointment with the Priest
Immaculate Conception Parish
December 13, 2015
Third Sunday of Advent
PARISH MASS SCHEDULE
DAILY
Monday-Saturday 7:00AM (Chapel)
SATURDAY
(Sunday Vigil) 4:00PM
SUNDAY
7:00AM; 9:00AM(Family); 11:00AM
12:15PM Spanish Community
4:00PM Haitian Community Mass
5:30PM Mass (Chapel)
CHRISTMAS EVE
4:00PM (CHAPEL & UPPER CHURCH)
11:00PM (UPPER CHURCH)
CHRISTMAS DAY
10:00AM (UPPER CHURCH)
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Just a reminder, if you haven’t dropped
off your Giving Tree donations yet,
please drop them off at the Rectory, in
a marked envelope in the collection
basket, or look for Rick after Mass.
Blessings!!
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12TH (Our Lady of Guadalupe)
7:00AM……Alice Fucci………………………………...Memorial
4:00PM.……Anthony F. Solomita……..……….1st Anniversary
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13TH (St. Lucy)
7:00AM……Thomas Saia……………………...25th Anniversary
9:00AM……Religious Education O’Antiphons………………….
11:00AM…..Joseph Consolo……………………5th Anniversary
4:00PM…….IC Thank you from Marie Legros (Living)……….
5:30PM……Our Parish Family, Both Living & Deceased……..
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 14TH (St. John of the Cross)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15TH (St. Mary DiRosa)
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16TH (St. Ado of Vienne)
We are collecting new hats, gloves
and scarves for those in our Parish in need. Please feel free to
drop them off at the Rectory, collection box or see Rick. Thank
you!
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17TH (St. Olympias)
7:00AM……Scott Curtis…………………….Birthday Memorial
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18TH (St. Rufus)
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19TH (St. Nemesius)
7:00AM……Anthony & Antonetta Amari…………….Memorial
4:00PM……Ralph C. (Papa) Shalsi…………..10th Anniversary
…………….Ronnie Culp………………………24th Anniversary
…………….Mary & Dudo Raggucci…………………..Memorial
…………….Daniel Cosmo Ragucci……………2nd Anniversary
…………….ASL INTERPRETER………………………………..
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20TH (4TH SUNDAY OF ADVENT)
7:00AM……John Hill…………………………………..Memorial
9:00AM……Louis Staffieri……………………..6th Anniversary
11:00AM.….Bereavement Mass for November…………………..
5:30PM……Laura Surdo……………………….3rd Anniversary
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This weekend, the burning of the Sanctuary Candle, the
reminder of the Lord’s Presence in the Most Holy Eucharist, and the Altar Bread and Wine are in appreciation of:
MARGARET CORDEAU
Thank you and many blessings!
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Third Sunday of Advent
Let Us Pray for the Sick in our Parish and those we have
been asked to remember:
Especially, Mary Agnes, Mark Amaral, Louise Barry, Ricardo Belizaire, Mary Ann Burley, Janet Burridge, Mike C.,
Vincent C., Lorraine Callinan, Phyllis Camarata, Michael
Cannon, J. Case, Leonard Caption, Warren Clifford,
Charles Comeau, Connie, Roseann Dasaro, Robert Del
Rossi, Donna Del Vecchio, Bob DiLoreto, Dorothy Doran,
Robin Doucette, Katherine Draper, Robert Draper, Biriella
Eisnor, Ellen, Frank F., Luke Farrell, Michelle Fraser, Robert Freedman, Robert Frost, Rosemarie G., Maryellen
Grace, Ginger H., Nina Hanlon, Mary Harkins, William
Kemp, Eddie King, Paul Liburdi, Michelle Linnell, Jessica
Lunsford, Kelley Ann McCleveland, Arthur McKim, Shirley
Melanson, Marcie Meserve, Dorothy "Dot” Mortellite, Nick
Murphy, Lynn N., Inh Nguyen, Jon Niedzwiecki, Diane
O’Brien, Mary O’Brien, Nicole Olson, Lucille Presti, Trixie
Ricci, Albert Rigolini, Jr., Peggy Riley, Drew Simmons,
Brad Steed, Marie Sykes, Jackie Tieri.
MEANING OF THE ADVENT WREATH
The Advent Wreath traditionally contains four candles:
Three Purple and One Rose. The candles are lit as follows:
Purple-First Sunday of Advent (symbolizes Hope)
Purple-Second Sunday of Advent (symbolizes Peace)
Rose-Third Sunday of Advent (symbolizes Joy)
Purple-Fourth Sunday of Advent (symbolizes Love)
White-Christmas Day (symbolizes Angels and Christ)
Having an Advent wreath is a wonderful tradition to start
with your family. Usually the first candle is lit by the
youngest in the family.
Let Us Pray for the Deceased of our Parish:
James F. Carelton, Margaret Cordeau
Nina DeFlumeri, Emmanuel Gianino
MIDWEEK REFRESHER
READ: Luke 3: 10-18
REFLECT: When Luke writes his gospel several decades
after the Ascension, it is the Church, through the ministry
of the apostles, which is conferring Christian baptism in
the Spirit. His account is certainly not without a basis in
history, but what interests him most is the history of salvation which continues to unfold in the primitive community. The expectation of an imminent end is fading. The
Baptist's exhortations to conversion take on a new meaning. They are a challenge to transform our everyday lives.
In this reading Luke introduces us to crowds of people of
good will from every walk of life. Attentive to the Precursor's preaching, they have become aware that they must
change their lives. Like the, we ask, "What must we
do?" As the prelude to any conversion, we must renounce
all self-sufficiency; we must acknowledge the necessity of
being pierced to the heart by a word which will draw us
out of ourselves. Thus, in the circumstances of our own
lives, we must accomplish the obligations of social justice,
mutual aid and charity. We join those innumerable people
who open their lives to the unforeseen, to form a "people
in waiting". Precursors still rise up among us. The prepare the way by setting before us the great questions of
life and death. God's prophets refer to one more powerful
than themselves, the one whom we await: Jesus Christ,
who continually baptizes us in both fire and the Spirit.
Let Us Pray that our men and women in the service might be safe in the days and weeks ahead.
Especially those connected to our Parish as well
as those unknown to us: Mark Baldacchino, Melissa
Lynn Beaton, Olavio Bisneto, Christopher Brienza, Joseph
Dang, Jason Doucette, Michael Doucette, Matthew Evans,
John Fitzgerald, John Fitzpatrick, III, Paul Garrity, Chris
Grace, Andrew McGlinchey, John O’Rourke, Matthew
Pothier, Christina Racca, Brian Ramunno, Stephen Ramunno, Jonathan Rawcliffe, Alex Recupero as well as
those unknown to us.
We ask that you remember all those that have given so
much for us: The Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and
Scripture for the week of December 13th
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Mon
Tue
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Thu
Fri
Sat
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Zep 3:14-18a/Phil 4:4-7/Lk 3:10-18
Nm 24:2-7, 15-17a/Mt 21:23-27
Zep 3:1-2, 9-13/Mt 21:28-32
Is 45:6b-8, 18, 21b-25/Lk 7:18b-23
Gn 49:2, 8-10/Mt 1:1-1743
Jer 23:5-8/Mt 1:18-25
Jgs 13:2-7, 24-25a/Lk 1:5-25
Mi 5:1-4a/Heb 10:5-10/Lk 1:39-45
PRAY: As we approach the celebration of the great mystery of the Incarnation, pray for the grace of conversion,
turning our hearts once more to that which matters most
in our life, our salvation in Christ Jesus.
ACT: Prepare the way of the Lord in your life.
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OFFERTORY:
December 13, 2015
$5, 743 (12/6)
Third Sunday of Advent
WINNER: IRENE ROMEO (12/6)
CATHOLIC APPEAL GOAL: $43,119
(Received $29,237 by 80 Donors-68% (9/15)
If you would like to participate in this raffle, fill out the
envelope at the back of the church and enclose $1.00.
Place the envelope in the collection basket.
GRAND ANNUAL: Letters have been sent out. Thank you
to those who have already donated. If you haven’t sent in
your donation yet, please put it in an envelope and place
it in the collection basket marked “Grand Annual” or feel
free to send it directly to the Rectory.
Drawings take place weekly. (You will be contacted if
you win.)
1,000 CLUB:
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12TH 4:45PM
CLERGY HEALTH AND RETIREMENT TRUST
This Christmas the collection will support the health and
well-being of our priests, who have dedicated their lives
to serving the Catholic faithful. Now it is our turn to help
fulfill the promises made to care for them in their time of
need. Please give generously to the Christmas collection, which will directly benefit the 614 active and senior
diocesan priests who are cared for through the Clergy
Health and Retirement Trust. All are welcome to make a
gift online at clergyfunds.org or use the envelopes in the
pews or the back of the church or simply text the word
PRIEST to 56512 (Msg. & data rates may apply). Thank
you in advance for your prayers and generous support.
The $1,000 Club is one of our Fundraisers we conduct all
year round. Numbers are always available for purchase.
If you don’t have a number, please consider purchasing
one for yourself or as a gift for a family member or
friend.
Thank you in advance.
ONLY $4
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13TH
7:30-10:30AM In Our Church Hall
Come and join your fellow parishioners for a nice
warm breakfast on the above date. (Pancakes, eggs,
toast, coffee, tea, juice). Sounds delicious. How can you
resist?
PRAYER MINISTRY
EVERY SUNDAY 10:00-10:45AM
Meets at the St. Joseph’s Altar
FOXWOODS TRIP
DECEMBER 15TH $27PP
ZUMBA CLASSES
EVERY MONDAY AT 7:30PM ($5)
Bus leaves Rectory by 6:59 Sharp!
Return to Rectory by 7:30PM
BIBLE STUDY
TUESDAYS (1:00PM-LOWER CHURCH HALL)
Free Buffet or $10 Food Credit and $10 Slot Play
Coffee AND……..on Bus Down
SODALITY (MASS/PENNY SALE/LUNCHEON)
WATCH HERE FOR DATE (12:15 MASS)
Call Rectory to Reserve a Seat!
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SPARE CHANGE
DECEMBER 20TH (All Masses)
VIETNAMESE DIVINE MERCY PRAYER GROUP
JANUARY 2ND (7:00AM)
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK
JANUARY 4TH
Our parish would sincerely like to thank MOUNT
VERNON RESTAURANT for sponsoring our bulletin. Without them this publication would not be
possible.
SOCIAL JUSTICE MEETING
TUESDAY, JANUARY 13TH
(7:30PM-RECTORY)
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December 13, 2015
Third Sunday of Advent
DECEMBER 17TH (FINAL)
CLASSES RESUME
JANUARY 21ST
Do you like to sing? Did you know that singing is
praying twice? Why not join our choir? If you are
interested, rehearsals take place on Wednesday
Nights at 7:30PM at the Church or please see John
after Mass and he will let you know when choir
practice takes place.
DECEMBER 20TH
CLASSES RESUME
JANUARY 24TH
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“90 PLUS DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS”
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God Bless the following who are celebrating a special
birthday this month:
Tille Cogliano, Carmela Grossi
Elizabeth McNeil, Cecilla Mulrennan
Rita F. Nicholls, Palma Nolan, Vincent A. Tocco, Sr.
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“May the Jubilee of Mercy bring us all closer to
God’s goodness and love!”
Pope Francis
Eucharistic Adoration Of The
Blessed Sacrament
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Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will be held EVERY
THURSDAY from 7:45AM to 6:30PM in our Chapel. Each
Thursday’s adoration will conclude with Benediction of
the Most Blessed Sacrament at 6:30PM. All are welcome
to come and spend some time in the Lord’s presence.
Please invite other to join you.
The Rosary at 6:30AM (Before Mass)
The Angelus at 12:00PM
The Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3:00PM
The Rosary at 5:30PM for Peace and
the Holy Father’s intentions
The Divine Mercy Chaplet (Sung) at 6:00PM
Please join us as we welcome the following newly
baptized into our Catholic Community:
Nathaniel James Pashke
Julian Phonix Nascimento
If you would like more information, call
Madeline McComish at 617.387.7820
To the parents of these beautiful children we send
the following blessing:
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We rejoice with you in the birth of your child. The
people of this Church bless you and your baby and
praise God for the great love and care that brought
this infant into being.
BEREAVEMENT MASS DECEMBER 20TH AT 11:00AM
As an expression of sympathy for our families that have
lost a loved one, every month we will celebrate a Mass
for those that have passed away. This Mass will be for
those who passed away this who passed away in
NOVEMBER:
May the Lord fill you with faith, with courage,
knowledge and patience.
May the Lord give you strength for the days ahead
and all the new things they hold.
Jane R. Aucello, Carmella L. Capra, Arlene P. Cronin
Vincent F. Davino, Mary Dunn
Marie Ann Gianino, Margaret M. Gibbons
Elizabeth F. Greene, Rita T. Jordan
Kathleen Maloney Lillquist, Paul G. Mahoney
Josephine A. Mardirosian, Laura M. Rumasuglia
Steven J. Sylva, Sr., Alfred W. Vita
May the Lord be with you and live in the home you
make for this child.
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December 13, 2015
Third Sunday of Advent
MUSIC SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12TH (4PM)
MUSICSUNDAY, DECEMBER 13TH (9; 11AM; 5:30PM)
Entrance:
Penitential Act:
Gloria:
R&A:
Offertory:
Memorial Acclamation:
Communion:
Meditation:
Recessional:
Entrance:
Penitential Act:
Gloria:
R&A:
Offertory:
Memorial Acc:
Communion:
Meditation:
Recessional:
#494 The King of Glory
Sung—Lord Have Mercy
No
Pg. 8-9
#Lead Me Lord
When We Eat This Bread
#636 Blest are They
I Receive
#323 O Come O Come Emmanuel
#337 People Look East
Sung—Lord Have Mercy
No
Pg. 8-9
#616 Eye Has Not Seen
When We Eat This Bread
#694 We Have Been Told
Loving and Forgiving
Every Praise
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Counting and sharing our blessings, we at Immaculate are very blessed by all that we do to share our goods
with our neighbors. Such as soda can pull tabs for Shriner’s Hospital, Box Tops for Education, glasses for
Haiti, ink cartridges that we recycle, clothes for St. Vincent DePaul, and food for our pantry.
We have begun to collect new and slightly used shoes, sneakers and new socks for the homeless at St. Francis House in Boston.
As always, we thank you for your generosity and ask God to continue to bless us!
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As you know, our Church hosts Christmas Dinner on Christmas Day after the morning Mass to all those who
may not be able to afford dinner, may live alone or may have no family close by. This dinner takes many
hands and hearts. We are looking for donations of TURKEY BREASTS, HAMS, POTATOES, GRAVY, CANNED
VEGITABLES (GREEN BEANS; CORN), CRANBERRY SAUCE etc. Please see Rick or drop off at the Rectory as
soon as you can.
BAKERS NEEDED: We are in need of baked goods for Christmas day. Please drop them off after Mass on
Christmas Eve or on the morning of Christmas Day. Thank you.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: We are also in need of cooks, servers as well as help to set up and clean up! This
is also a great way for our Confirmation Class Students to do their service hours.
PLEASE NOTE: There will be a sign up sheet in the back of the Church for you to choose what you can help
with.
Please contact Julie at 781-307-7869 regarding any of the above.
As I said, this dinner takes many hands and hearts. Blessings!
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