June 26, 2016 - Church of St. Joseph

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June 26, 2016 - Church of St. Joseph
June 26, 2016 – THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
463 St. Joseph Church – Page 1
June 26, 2016 – THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MASS INTENTIONS
5:00 p.m. Nick & Josephine Roudis & Frank Roudis
Sun., June 26: 13TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:00 a.m.
John & Margaret Carle
8:30 a.m.
Geraldine Gibbons
10:00 a.m.
Michael & Frances Altamari
And Michael, Jr.
11:30 a.m.
Living & Deceased Parishioners
5:00 p.m.
Paul O’Brien
Mon., June 27:
7:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
St. Cyril of Alexandria, bp & dr
Anna VanLeuven
Lawrence Eaton
Martin Kelly
Tue., June 28:
7:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
St. Irenaeus, bp & mtr
Jean Marie Fox
Hoffmann / Foley Family
Martin Kelly
Wed., June 29:
7:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
12:05 p.m.
Sts. Peter & Paul, apostles
Joan Browne
Florence Wade
Martin Kelly
Thu. June 30: First Martyrs of Roman Church
7:00 a.m.
Howard L. Fox
9:00 a.m.
Arnold Parodi
12:05 p.m.
Martin Kelly
Fri., July 1:
7:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m.
Blessed Junipero Serra, pr
Elizabeth C. Bruck
Albert G. Gruner
Styles & Ahl Families
Sat., July 2:
7:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
Weekday/BVM
James Kelly
Cosmo Sr., Marie & Cosmo, Jr. Perpetua
5:00 p.m.
Gisela Gagliardi
Sun., July 3: 14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:00 a.m.
Walter Jay Rose
8:30 a.m.
Thomas & Rita Feeney
10:00 a.m.
Joshua Naccarato
11:30 a.m.
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Katonah
5:00 p.m.
Living & Deceased Parishioners
The 2016 Mass Book is full and completed.
Therefore, we only have unannounced Mass
available. Mass intention is said any day
and time by a priest.
UNANNOUNCED MASSES offered to the following:
Edith Fischer
Maureen McHugh
David Rask
John Ferraro (Living)
John O’Malley
3rd Grade Teacher @ Riccardi Elementary School
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SAFE ENVIRONMENT AND
CHILD PROTECTION
Ted Dietz, Pam Hoffman, Msgr. Bill Williams,
Jennifer Rakov, Carmen Gareshe, and all our
parishioners who are homebound, in healthcare
facilities or who are seriously sick.
Please remember in your prayers our beloved dead,
Rev. Joseph J. Smolinski, John P. O’Malley,
Edward J. Madonna, and all who recently died.
“Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord, and let
perpetual light shine upon them.”
Anyone who needs to report an alleged incident of
sexual abuse of a minor by a priest, deacon, religious, or
lay person serving in the Archdiocese of New York is
asked to contact Sr. Eileen Clifford, O.P. at 212-3711000 x 2949 or Deacon George J. Coppola at 917-8611762. Both may also be reached via e-mail at
[email protected] Information can also be
found on the archdiocesan website, www.archnv.org. In
keeping with the archdiocesan policy regarding sexual
abuse of minors, this information is provided to ensure
that our children remain safe and secure.
YARD SALE
Yard Sale- Rain or Shine -July 15 & 16, 2016 - 9:00
AM - 3:00 PM Divine Mercy Adoration Chapel of
Ulster County 467 Delaware Ave., Kingston, NY
Great Items and Refreshments.
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June 26, 2016 – THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
WE ARE A TITHING PARISH
WEEKLY COLLECTIONS:
Last Year’s Collection $
This Week’s Collection $
Thank you for your generosity to
our Parish.
On July 3rd, 2016, our parish will take up the
annual Collection for Black and Indian Missions.
Our financial contribution helps to support
Catholic American Indian communities on
reservations, in rural areas and inner cities. The
collection also supports African American
evangelization programs particularly in the south.
Let us unite ourselves with the love of Christ in
supporting the Black and Indian Mission
Collection with generous hearts.
For more information, go to:
www.blackandindianmission.com
BUS TRIP TO MOUNT CARMEL
During this Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy
declared by Pope Francis, we each have a rare
opportunity to gain a plenary indulgence (the
complete remission of all temporal punishment
due to sin). One of the conditions of gaining
this indulgence is to pass through one of the
specially designated Holy Doors of Mercy. In
order to facilitate this opportunity, St. Francis
de Sales parish in Phoenicia is sponsoring a
bus trip to the beautiful campus of the National
Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in
Middletown and they have invited us to join
them. The trip will be held on Saturday,
September 17, leaving St. Joseph's at 9:15AM
and returning at around 2:30PM; the cost will
be $10.00, which includes transportation,
sandwiches and soft drinks. Seating will be
limited.
Leave a Lasting Legacy Remember
St. Joseph’s Church in your Will
A flexible and popular method of achieving your
charitable goals arid building a legacy is to create a
bequest through your will, or name St. Joseph's
Church as beneficiary of a retirement plan. The
most common is an unrestricted bequest for the
general purpose of St. Matthew Church. This allows
the Church to use your gift wherever it is most
needed. However, if there is a particular area you
wish to support we will work with you.
Bequest typically takes one of the following forms:
† A specified dollar amount.
† Specific assets, such as securities, real
estate, or tangible personal property.
† Retirement account assets, consisting of
any benefits remaining in your retirement plans.
† A residuary bequest, in which St. Joseph's
receives all or a percentage of the remainder of
your estate after all other obligations are met.
† A contingent bequest, in which St.
Joseph's becomes beneficiary only if the named
beneficiary is unable to accept the bequest.
† An existing will or trust can be amended to
make a gift without rewriting the entire document.
Your attorney can prepare a simple document,
called a codicil, which adds a new bequest while
reaffirming the terms of your will. Similarly, an
attorney can prepare an amendment to a revocable
trust to add St. Matthew as a beneficiary.
If you have included St. Joseph's Church in
your plans (or intend to), please let us know. We
will handle all communications with the utmost care
and confidentiality. For more information, please
call the parish office at (845) 338-1554.
Remember those in our Military Services
Dylan Henn (Army)
Michael C. Grieco (Army)
Stephanie McCoy (Army)
Joy Palmer (Army)
Dean P. Pullman (Marines)
Trevor Venditti (Marines)
Mark Hobson (Marines)
Austin Decker (Marines)
Jason McCormick (USCG)
Jarret Self (Navy)
Ryan Diacovo (Army)
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June 26, 2016 – THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!
St. Joseph’s Graduates 2016
We would like to thank the many families in our
parish who have contributed to the Cardinal's
Appeal thus far. To date, we have pledged
$61,810.00; (paid $53,345.10) in 180 gifts towards
our $62,000.00 goal. We just started, and we still
have a way to go! Remember, 60% of any cash
raised over goal is returned to our parish. Please
take a moment this week to make your contribution.
Thank you for your generosity. God bless you all!
IMPORTANT NOTICE
There will not be a 12:05 pm Mass starting July 1st.
The 2016 Mass Book is full and completed.
Therefore, we only have unannounced Mass
available. Mass intention is said any day and time by
a priest.
St. Joseph School ~ Excellence in
Learning
Guided by Faith ~
Nurtured with Love ~
Inspired through
Service
Pre-Kindergarten, Moving up
Calixto, Royce
Sheehan
DiPaola, Danica
Ackert, Danica
Groller, Avery
Swan, Waverly
Roth, Emma
Weiss, Gabriella
Boye, Ayla
Contreras, Alaina
Contreras, Alana
Gardner, Noah
Gayle, Sean
Allen, Reagan
Brucker, Daniel
Buford, Mia
Caulfield, Jane
Chambers, Jovan
Colligan, Meghan
Diacovo, Mikayla
DiBella, Marina
Dong, Stephen
Dowley, Faith
Freeman, Mactier
Jackson, Carter
Congratulations to our
meaningful graduation ceremony. Thank you to Father
Frank for a wonderful celebration and to Father Rick for
also being a part of the joy.
PreK students also graduated on Wednesday &
Kindergarten students performed in their annual “end
of year” show.
Come see what makes us special.
Call for a tour – 339-4390
Open Enrollment for all Grades PreK to 8!
www.saintjosephschoolkingston.com
and follow us on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/St.Joseph.School.Kingston
Grade 8
Lockrow, Jack
Mautone, Jax
Mitzel, Nathaniel
Quinn, Mackenzie
Richards, Nicarla
Ruiz, Alondra
Slutzky, Cameron
Smith, Matthew
Sorbellini, Megan
Weeks, Johanna
Zacharia, Sophia
Pilgrimage to the
Shrines of Poland
Eighth graders, who
graduated Friday evening with a beautiful Mass and a
Kindergarten
Khan, Muhammad
Logan, Drew
McCloskey, Wyatt
Sobetz, Michael
Swan, Willow
All are invited to participate in a
pilgrimage to the Shrines of
Poland led by Fr. Slawek
Ciszkowski of St. Catherine
Laboure, Lake Katrine and
Deacon Steven DeMartino of
St. Augustine's, Ossining. Walk
in the footsteps of St. John
Paul II, St. Maximilian! Kolbe,
St. Faustina, Bl. Jerzy Popieluszko, and see the
shrines of Czestochowa, Divine Mercy and more.
The dates are June 6th - 16Th 2017. For more
information or to make a reservation please
contact:
Doreen
DeMartino,
[email protected]
or
914-806-2378.
(Flyers are available in the vestibule; Facebook:
Shrines of Poland Pilgrimage 2017)
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