Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church


Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
1000 North Jefferson Avenue, Goldsboro NC 27530-3141
Rev. Patrick Keane, Pastor
Deacon Webster James
May 25, 2014—Sixth Sunday of Easter
Saturday Vigil
5:00PM English
7:00PM Spanish
10:00 AM English
1:00 PM Spanish
Sábado ~ 5:00 PM En Inglés
Sábado ~ 7:00 PM En Español
Domingo ~ 10:00 AM En Inglés
Domingo ~ 1:00 PM En Español
9:00 AM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
lunes, martes, jueves, Viernes
7:00 PM jueves en Español
No Mass on Wednesday
No hay Misa los miércoles
Holy Days
9:00 AM and 7:00 PM No Vigil Masses
Adoración al Santisimo 9:00 AM y 7:00 PM
First Friday Adoration begins after morning Mass
and ends with Benediction at 7:00 PM.
Todos los viernes primero de mes de 10:00 AM a 7:00 PM
New members may register by calling the parish
office (weekdays from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM).
Mission Statement
Saint Mary is a diverse Catholic community working
together to live the Gospel, grow in faith through the
Eucharist, and share our gifts in service to others.
Landings is designed to help people return to
Mass and the Sacraments.
Call the office for information.
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
Goldsboro, N. C.
Altar Flowers
are in honor of
Our Confirmandi
Office (Oficina): 919 734-5033
FAX: 919 580-0730
E-Mail: [email protected]
From St. Mary Parish
Rev. Patrick Keane, Pastor……………...………………………..ext. 27
Deacon Webster A. James………...……………………………….ext. 29
Director of Faith Formation
Mrs. Carole Sears………………………………………………………..ext. 34
Liturgy Coordinator
Mrs. Debbie Gambella, Parish Secretary..……………..….ext. 10
Mrs. Kathy Hennessy, Parish Secretary………..………....ext. 26
Mrs. Tracey Davis, Parish Bookkeeper…….…………..…..ext. 28
Mrs. Elvira Ponce, Hispanic Ministry…………………………..ext. 22
Mrs. Vicki Ellis, Choir Director, 10:00 AM
Mr. Philip Eubanks, Organist
Mr. Van Tran, Sacristan
Office: 919 735-1931
FAX: 919 735-1917
E-Mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
The Sanctuary Lamps
for the week of May 25 to May 31
Church Lamp: will be lit in Honor of
Military Corpmen
By Jim Berger
Chapel Lamp: will be lit in Loving Memory of
Penny Dixon
From a Chemo Friend
Mass Intentions for May 24 to June 1, 2014
Mrs. Lynn Magoon, Principal……………………………………..ext. 33
Mrs. Anne Marie Gambella, Admn. Assistant…………...ext. 11
Mr. Harold Jones, Supervisor…………………………………….ext. 31
Mr. Larry Jones , Assistant………………………………………...ext. 31
Peter J. Savino , dec.
by K of C Council 5487
7:00 p.m.
Josephine & John Terry, dec.
by Marie Brickhouse & their
10:00 a.m.
Helga Eckardta, in honor of
by Olga & Paul Markowitsch
1:00 p.m.
Chair Hank Daniels, Vice-Chair John Marguglio
Secretary Sharon Thomas
Finance Council Chair John Heeden
Steve Balli, Richard Conger, Sheila Covar, Tiffany Ingram,
Sam Jernigan, Joseph Jones, Paula Long.
5:00 p.m.
Pro Populo
9:00 a.m.
Harold Davis, dec.
by Peggy Davis
9:00 a.m.
Buddy Newman, dec.
by Gail, Jan & St. Mary Pre
School class
No Mass
Penance and Reconciliation
Saturday ~ celebrated from 4-4:30 PM and by appointment.
9:00 a.m.
Eleanor B. Burns, dec.
by Burns Family
7:00 p.m.
Spanish Mass
9:00 a.m.
In honor of Fr. Pat on his 11th
Anniversary of Ordination
by Daily Mass Participants
5:00 p.m.
Shannon Horton, dec.
by Jim & Chuckie Mayros
7:00 p.m.
Spanish Mass
10:00 a.m.
Matthew Tolar, In honor of
by Kuczynski Family
Baptisms are during Mass the third weekend of each month.
Preparation is required before scheduling the time and date.
Call the Parish Office to register for baptismal class.
Contact the Deacon six months in advance of the ceremony.
Sacrament of the Sick
If you wish to receive the sacrament of the sick during a
prolonged illness or before surgery, please call the office.
If you wish to receive communion from a Eucharistic
Minister due to illness, age, or handicap, please call the
the office. These visits are made after the Mass has been
1:00 p.m.
Pro Populo
Bulletin Deadline: Ten working days before publication. FAX, drop off at office, or email to [email protected]
Sixth Sunday of Easter
May 25, 2014
Parish Calendar
Memorial Day is a Parish Holiday.
The Parish office and school will be
closed on Monday, May 26th.
Sunday, May 25-6th Sunday of Easter-Mothers Day
“We come, not to mourn our dead
soldiers, but to praise them.”
~Francis A. Walker
* No RCIA this week
* Spanish Language Choir Practice, Church, after 1:00pm
Monday, May 26-Memorial Day
* Parish & School Holiday
Auction Follow Up Meeting
Wednesday, May 28th at 6:00pm
in the Lounge
If you helped with the Auction in any capacity we invite you
to attend this Follow Up Meeting to discuss what went right
and where we can make improvements. Thank you.
Tuesday, May 27
PAC Meeting, FFO, 6:00pm
SVDP Meeting, 6th grade classroom, 6:00pm
Perpetual Novena, Chapel, 6:45pm
Legion of Mary, Library, 7:00pm
K of C Directors Meeting, Cafeteria, 7:00pm
Wednesday, May 28
20 Hours of Eucharistic Adoration
Friday, June 20, 8:00pm
Saturday, June 21, 4:00pm
In honor of the Feast of Corpus Christi, June
22nd, and to pray for vocations we would like
to do a 20 hours devotion.
To accomplish this we need 2 people for every
hour starting at 8:00pm on Friday, June 20th
and ending at 4:00pm on Saturday, June 21st.
We must have two people assigned for each
hour of adoration for safety reasons.
If you would like to be part of this Devotion please, call the
parish office at 919-734-5033 ext. 10 or 26 and give us the
hour you can take, along with your name and phone number.
“The Holy Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian Life.” (Lumen Gentium, #11).
Celebrate Flag Day, Saturday, June 14th
in a special way by assisting the USO in
placing flags on graves of our departed
veterans. If you would like to help with
this beautiful tribute to our veterans you
will need to be at the American Legion
Post, 2973 US Hwy 117 South at 8AM the
morning of the 14th of June.
Call the Parish Office if you can help so we can give a head
count to our local USO coordinator.
Women’s Summer Bible Study:
“Jonah, Navigating a Life Interrupted.”
What do we do when God interrupts our lives? Many
times, like Jonah, we run! Interruption is actually God’s
invitation to do something beyond our wildest dreams.
When Jonah was willing to allow God to interrupt his life,
the result saved an entire city. Seven lessons beginning
Wednesday, June 4th from 7:00PM to 8:30PM in the 6th
grade classroom. Order books online or pre-order by May
26th for $16.00. For more information contact Anne
Hamm, 919-222-3204 or [email protected]
* Auction Follow UP Meeting, Lounge, 6:00pm
Thursday, May 29
* 10:00am Choir Practice, Lounge, 7:00pm
Friday, May 30
* SMS noon dismissal, last day of school
* Spanish Language Choir Practice, Lounge, 6:00pm
Saturday, May 31
* 5:00pm Choir Practice, Church, 3:30pm
Sunday, June 1– 7th Sunday of Easter
AAMEN Meeting, Parish House, after 10:00am Mass
RCIA, Lounge, after 10:00am Mass
AAMEN selling raffle tickets, outside church, after Mass
Spanish Language Choir Practice, Church, after 1:00pm
SVDP Yard Sale Saturday, June 7th
6:00am to noon in the School Auditorium.
Don’t forget to pack up all your items too good
to throw away and bring them to the school
auditorium the week of June 2nd. Members of
the SVDP Society will be there from 10:00am to
5:00pm each day with a late night (until 8PM) on
Tuesday, June 3rd.
Offertory Report
May 11
Over (Under)
$ 7.336.96
$ 7,750.00
IHM Sisters: $1,572.00
Second Collection June 1st: Saint Mary School Support
Bulletin Deadline: Ten working days before publication. FAX, drop off at office, or email to [email protected]
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
Goldsboro, N. C.
Diocese of Raleigh
In our thoughts and prayers:
Pray for the intentions of those in nursing facilities, the
homebound, the chronically ill, and those who are critically
Please remember in a special way the following parishioners
who have requested your prayers: Ralph Bailey, Judy Cordeiro, Lee Davis, Marjorie Dixon, Hattie Evans, Agnes Harris,
Bill Irvine, Jackson Kendall (baby), Bertha Kish, Erma Lawrence, Denise Lewis, Dorothy Lewis, Billie Myers, Wilbur &
Mary Perry, Benjamin Raposa, Natlie Ulrey and Terry Williams.
If you would like your name included in the Prayers for the
Sick in the Bulletin please contact our coordinators for
“Prayers for the Sick”, Gloria at 919-734-3810 or JoAnn at
Please also remember in your prayers all of our
parishioners who are in the military especially those
who are deployed.
is offering a four-day Catholic summer camp for our middle
school students grades 6th, 7th and 8th -- an enriching
and exciting way to spend the summer learning more
about their faith. Campers will make new friends, get a feel
for adventures, meet great speakers and have fun becoming an active member of our church. This event is located
at Camp Dixie in Fayetteville. For registrations and more
information please check the calendar of events. Deadline
extended until June 15, 2014. For more information:
Want to enrich your spiritual and social life? You are invited
to join us at the Handicapped Encounter Christ Spring Retreat, June 20-21, at the Short Journey Center in Smithfield. We are in need of able-bodied partners for our physically disabled members. Training is offered and new ablebodied volunteers are partnered with experienced community members. The cost is $45 for the retreat. Scholarships
are available and there is no charge for college students.
This is a wonderful ministry and an opportunity to receive
much more than you give! To volunteer or for more information, please contact Charlie and Marty Coe, 919-8327237, [email protected]
Acts 16:11-15; Psalm 149:1b-6a, 9b; John
Acts 16:22-34; Psalm 138:1-3, 7c-8; John
Wednesday: Acts 17:15, 22—18:1; Psalm 148:1-2, 1114; John 16:12-15
Acts:18:1-8; Psalm 98:1-4; John 16:16-20
Acts 18:9-18; Psalm 47:2-7; John 16:2023
Zephaniah 3:14-18a or Romans 12:9-16;
Isaiah 12:2-3, 4-6; Luke 1:39-56
Acts 1:1-11; Psalm 47:2-3, 6-9; Ephesians
1:17-23; Matthew 28:16-20
Don’t’ forget your cookies for our
Airmen on Base! They really look
forward to those home baked
Just drop your cookies off any
Monday at the Parish Office during
regular business hours.
Thank You.
Treasures From Our Tradition
In the tradition of the Church, not necessarily in your own
life's timeline, confirmation is the midpoint of Christian initiation, standing between font and table. Full initiation is
completed when a confirmed person shares in the Eucharist. Centuries ago, this first sharing in the eucharistic assembly was marked by a first sharing in the Prayer of the
Faithful. This prayer raises up the needs of the church and
human community, the concerns of the faithful assembled,
as they prepare to lift up the world to the Father's love. So
a person could not participate in the prayer until they were
anointed with the "Oil of Thanksgiving." Next, the newly
baptized presented their gifts at the altar, a sure sign of
their investment a new way of life. Until the sixth century,
these people normally drank a mixture of milk and honey as
a kind of pre-Communion. They were hungry, of course,
since they were baptized hungry after long fasting, but this
beautiful symbol of the promised land revealed them as
God's chosen, heirs to the promise. Although the "milk
shake" disappeared centuries ago, we still see the vigor of
this new life whenever adults are initiated at Easter, and
increasingly in confirmation ceremonies that are attentive to
this meaning.
--Rev. James Field, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Bulletin Deadline: Ten working days before publication. FAX, drop off at office, or email to [email protected]
Sixth Sunday of Easter
Saint Mary School Corner
May 25, 2014
Respect Life
Keeping Spirit and Faith in Education
The Most Important Person on
Earth is a Mother
to our Eighth Grade
Graduating Class
of 2014
Martha Vanessa Ferretti Alyea
Emily Laura Ames
Bella Elizabeth Bowen
Elizabeth Marie Bynum
Zack Childers
Imani D. Danieli
Christopher Franklin Davis
Nicolas Fletcher
Sarah Gregory
Taylor Alexia Heeden
Jesus A. Hidalgo, Jr.
Allyson Victoria Jackson
John Exum Kinsey, III
Korrie Olivia McEachern
Kathryn Mercer Nielsen
Cayde Oakley-Ferguson
Emily Jill Peters
Jacob Thomas Daniels Sanders
Angelo Vito Scalia
Deanaletta Patricia C. Seif
Tucker Senatz
William Jackson Talton
Matias Tenorio
Kenneth L. Wiggins, III
Matthew Charles Wildman
We wish all our graduates the very best in their upcoming
high school years. We want them to take all the best of
what they learned here at Saint Mary with them and we
send them off with these simple words of wisdom:
Follow the 3 R’s
Respect for self
Respect for others and
Responsibility for all your actions.
The most important person on earth is a mother. She cannot claim the honor of having built Notre Dame Cathedral.
She need not. She has built something more magnificent
than any cathedral—a dwelling for an immortal soul, the
tiny perfection of her baby’s body...The angels have not
been blessed with such a grace. They cannot share in God’s
creative miracle to bring new saints to heaven. Only a human mother can. Mothers are closer to God the Creator
than any other creature; God joins forces with mothers in
performing this act of creation. What on God’s good earth
is more glorious than this: to be a mother?
~Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty
As we come to the end of May (the month of Mary) let us
pray to the Blessed Mother to protect and strengthen all
Career Opportunity:
The Knights of Columbus is seeking a Field
Agent for a career opportunity representing their insurance program. They offer a
complete benefits package with this fulltime position. In order to qualify, one
must be eligible for membership in the
Knights of Columbus. For more information, please contact, Christopher Mahoney, General Agent, at (919)8455595 or via email at [email protected]
Bulletin Deadline: Ten working days before publication. FAX, drop off at office, or email to [email protected]
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
Goldsboro, N. C.
Saint Mary Family Life Center
7th Annual Golf Tournament A Great Success
On May 7, 2014 we had our 7th Annual Golf Tournament to help raise funds for our Family Life Center. The venue
for the tournament was the beautiful Walnut Creek Country Club Golf Course. Tee off was at 1:00pm under blue,
sunny skies with warm breezes, a perfect day for golf! At this year’s tournament we had 16 teams of 4 players
each. As the last team rolled in from the 18th green the winners for the day were announced;
First Place —Professional Home Cleaners (Jeff Hollow's Team)
Second Place —Dr. Phil Brantly's Team
Third Place—Jackson and Sons (David Jackson’s Team)
Winner of the 50/50 Drawing—David Jackson
The profit from this years Tournament is $8,000 + (at this time).
We thank all those who played golf, our sponsors, those businesses that donated items for the tournament and all
who worked to organize this fundraiser. We hope that all involved this year will want to participate again next
Bulletin Deadline: Ten working days before publication. FAX, drop off at office, or email to [email protected]
Sixth Sunday of Easter
May 25, 2014
Welcome to our Parish Family
Congratulations to
Mark Brian Honeycutt
who made a Profession of Faith on April 14, 2014
Congratulations to
Heather Kathryn Smith
who made a Profession of Faith on April 27, 2014
Congratulations to
Nora Kathryn Smith
Reid Alexander Smith
children of Chad & Heather Smith
who were Baptized here on April 27, 2014
Congratulations to
Gabriela Perez Rios
daughter of Yovani & Sandra Rios
who was Baptized here on May 3, 2014
Congratulations to
Jason Henry Kendall
son of John & Caroline Kendall
who was Baptized here on May 4, 2014
Congratulations to
Isabella Alicea Zerr
daughter of Richard & Jessica Zerr
who was Baptized here on May 17, 2014
Bulletin Deadline: Ten working days before publication. FAX, drop off at office, or email to [email protected]
Iglesia Católica Romana Santa María
Afirmación de misión
La parroquia de Santa María es una
comunidad católica y diversa que
trabaja unida para vivir el
evangelio, crecer en fe por la
Eucaristía y compartir nuestros
talentos en servicio a otros.
Padre Patrick Keane 919 734-5033 ext. 27
Bautismos—Elvira Ponce 919-252-0768
Bautismo: Asistir a la preparación, padres y padrinos y
fijar la fecha con el sacerdote.
Goldsboro, N. C.
¿Reconoces el sacramento que se celebra en la primera lectura de los Hechos de los Apóstoles? Cuando Pedro y Juan
impusieron las manos en los que habían bautizado, recibieron el Espíritu Santo en el sacramento de la Confirmación.
La lectura de la primera carta de Pedro, y el pasaje del Evangelio de Juan, consideran los resultados de nuestro bautismo
y confirmación. Pedro nos recuerda que lo más probable es
que tengamos que sufrir por nuestras creencias.
En el Evangelio de hoy, Jesús nos habla claramente sobre el
Espíritu Santo, llamándolo "Defensor", que estará junto a
nosotros para defendernos. De manera muy significativa,
Jesús promete a sus discípulos y a todos nosotros, "No los
dejaré huérfanos". Nunca ha dejado a sus seguidores
huérfanos. Siempre hemos tenido al Espíritu Santo para guiarnos.
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Confesión: Sábados de 4:00pm a 4:30pm
Para enfermos en el hospital o en casa comuníquese
con la parroquia.
Unción de los Enfermos: Si usted quiere recibir el sacramento
por enfermedad u operación favor de comunicárnoslo.
Comunión para enfermos: Si tiene algún familiar en el
hospital o en casa que desee recibir la comunión
comuníquese con la parroquia.
Matrimonios: Iniciar la preparación con seis meses de
Platicas Pre-Bautismales
Asistir a las pláticas, padres y padrinos
Traer copia del acta de nacimiento del niño (a)
Traer copia del acta de matrimonio de los padrinos
Llenar una solicitud por niño.
Estar registrados o registrarse en la parroquia.
Estar bautizado
Haber hecho la primera comunión
Ser mayor de 15 años
Presentación de 3 Años
Solicitarla 2 meses antes
Estar bautizado (a)
XV Años
Si cumples y/o deseas celebrar tus XV años en los primeros 6
meses del año te invitamos a inscribirte para la preparación:
Estar bautizada
Haber hecho la primera Comunión
Inscribirse con 4 meses de anticipación
Asistir a la preparación
Abogado Certificado en Migración
El ministerio social católico tiene un abogado autorizado y
reconocido para casos de migración Si usted necesita algún
servicio comuníquese con:
Jim Palmer Tel. (252) 355-5111 (Habla español)
2717 Memorial Boulevard, Greenville
Reflexionemos sobre la Palabra de Dios
La jefa de enfermeras había llamado a María Isabel con
desesperación. “El paciente del 207 no puede hablar debido
a su operación de cáncer de la garganta. Está tan agitada
con sus hijas que me preocupa su recuperación. Riñen por
cualquier cosa, desde el tratamiento que debe recibir hasta
a dónde debe ir cuando el hospital le dé el alta. ¡Ayúdame!”
María Isabel ha estado haciendo trabajo pastoral en el hospital por bastante tiempo y se ha ganado una reputación
con el personal de enfermería por su presencia terapéutica.
Ella sólo estuvo en la habitación diez minutos antes de que
la paciente se calmara y sonriera, y las hijas estuvieron de
acuerdo en sentarse con la trabajadora social a fin de discutir sus opciones.
En la primera lectura de hoy vemos la obra del Espíritu Santo en Felipe, Pedro y Juan. Ellos son prueba fehaciente de
que la presencia curativa de Jesús habita en ellos. Con palabras, oraciones y contacto físico ellos comunican el Espíritu
que une a las muchedumbres, cura a los enfermos y lleva a
los samaritanos a una vida en el Espíritu. Echando una vista
atrás hacia las lecturas de los Hechos de los Apóstoles en
celebraciones de Pascuas pasadas podemos ver ahora que
todos los creyentes del mundo antiguo están unidos en el
Espíritu —los judíos en Jerusalén, los judíos helenistas que
hablaban en griego, los paganos y ahora los samaritanos.
Han quedado curadas sus divisiones y ahora están unidos
con armonía por la presencia sanadora del Espíritu Santo.
—Virginia Stillwell
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Sexto Domingo de Pascua
25 de mayo de 2014
En Uruguay se celebra la fiesta patronal más grande durante
el mes de junio. Celebran a san Cono, un santo italiano del
siglo doce. En el siglo diecinueve los inmigrantes italianos
que vivían en Uruguay deseaban tener una capilla para honrar la memoria de este santo, oriundo de la provincia de
Salerno, Italia.
En junio de 1885, las campanas de una modesta capillita
anunciaron el recibimiento de una imagen de san Cono que
llegó en procesión. Desde entonces esta costumbre italiana
se fue haciendo parte integral de la devoción cristiana en
Cono fue el hijo único de una pareja anciana que vivía en la
ciudad de Teggiano, Salerno. Según la leyenda, una noche
mientras dormían, esta pareja soñó un cono de luz que
brotaba de la madre. Al nacer el niño decidieron llamarlo
Cono. Desde muy niño, Cono mostró un afán por las cosas
de Dios y a los dieciséis años ingresó a un monasterio benedictino siguiendo el consejo de una voz interior que lo invitaba a consagrase al Señor. A los dieciocho, su monasterio
se llenó de luz y una voz anunció su muerte, y al día siguiente falleció.
Hechos 16:11-15; Salmo 149:1b-6a, 9b;
Juan 15:26—16:4a
Hechos 16:22-34; Salmos 138 (137):1-3, 7c
-8; Juan 16:5-11
Hechos 17:15, 22—18:1; Salmos 148:1-2,
11-14; Juan 16:12-15
Hechos 18:1-8; Salmos 98 (97):1-4; Juan
Hechos 18:9-18; Salmos 47 (46):2-7; Juan
Sofonías 3:14-18a o Romanos 12:9-16;
Isaías 12:2-3, 4-6; Lucas 1:39-56
Hechos 1:12-14; Salmos 27 (26):1, 4, 7-8;
1 Pedro 4:13-16; Juan 17:1-11a
--Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch
Vivamos la Palabra de Dios
Si de veras quisiera vivir en el Espíritu, ¿qué harías diferente? ¿Rezarías más? ¿Darías más testimonio de tu fe?
¿Amarías más? ¿Qué te costaría “dar gloria a Cristo, el Señor, . . . con sencillez y respeto”?
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