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Church of Saint Isidore
2545 West Pumping Station Road – Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951
Parish Office / Rectory
E-mail: [email protected]
Reverend Frederick J. Riegler, Pastor
Deacon David C. Mitchell, Permanent Deacon
Deacon Patrick J. O’Donnell, Permanent Deacon
Oblates of St. Francis de Sales, Weekend Assistance
Welcome to all new members of our Parish. Your registration is
important to us. In order to be granted Letters of Eligibility, it is
necessary to be registered here at St. Isidore and you may do that
on Sunday after any Mass in the sacristy.
Sacrament of Baptism
Celebration of the Eucharist
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 P.M.
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 9:00 & 11:00 A.M.
Spanish Mass-Misa en Espanol: Sunday at 5:00 P.M.
Daily Masses: Monday through Thursday at 7:30 A.M.
Friday at 4:30 P.M.
Holydays: Vigil 7:00 P.M., 7:30 A.M., 9:00 A.M.
(School), & 7:00 P.M. (Except Christmas and New Year)
First Friday: 9:00 A.M. (School Hall - during school year
only), & 4:30 P.M.
Rosary: 7:00 A.M. Mon.-Thurs., 7:30 A.M. Sat.
Sacrament of Penance
Sat. 10:30 - 11:30 A.M. and 4:00 - 5:00 P.M.
Father Frederick J. Riegler-Thursday before First Friday
Second and Fourth Sunday following 11 AM Mass.
Arrangements may be made by visiting our parish website and
downloading the required forms. We request that completed
forms be sent to the parish office at least one month prior to the
scheduled date of the Baptism. Baptismal classes are held on the
first Thursday of every month at 7:30 to 8:30 P.M. for parents
and godparents in the Multi-Purpose Room in the church.
Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
For anyone about to undergo serious surgery during the week, it
would be recommended that they be anointed after one of the
Masses on the previous Sunday. Or if you need the Sacrament at
any other time, please contact the Rectory.
Sacrament of Matrimony
Diocesan common policy requires six months preparation and the
attendance of Pre-Cana session(s).
Parish Office is open on weekdays from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
If you move, change your address, or your phone number, please
notify the rectory. If you are registered as a child of a parishioner
and you marry, you must re-register.
Sharon Marie Shuster
Email: [email protected]
Business Mgr Craig Fraser 536-6052
Health & Wellness Ministry
Linda J. Pieninck
C. Y. O. Director: Mike Nungesser
Knights of Columbus
Brant Miller, Grand Knight
October 9, 2016
Anna Marie Lombardi 529-9727
Lectors David Mitchell & Pat O’Donnell
Men of St. Isidore
Mom’s Group Heather Maigur 536-5938
Mobile Manna Ministry 215-760-9506
Outreach Committee for Military Families
Pastoral Council President
Parents as Partners Assoc
Parish Religious Education Program
(PREP) Nicole Hallowell
Monday, October 10, 2016
7:30 AM Pro Populo
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
7:30 AM Theresa Gallagher req. by Sandra Black
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
7:30 AM Marilyn Miller req. by Tom Scherer
Thursday, October 13, 2016
7:30 AM Souls in Purgatory
Friday, October 14, 2016
4:30 PM Judith A. Mientus req. by Chester K. Mientus
Saturday, October 15, 2016
5:00 PM Karen Reigle req. by Jeanne Faux
Sunday, October 16, 2016
7:00 AM Intentions of John McGinnis req. by the
9:00 AM Joan Long req. by Charlie & Deb Mertz
11:00 AM Mrs. Gloria Anfuso req. by Catherine & Joseph
5:00 PM Jose Costantino Membreno req. by his son Rojer
LECTOR AND EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS
Vigil for Sunday, October 15, 2016
5:00 PM *Mitchell/Nungesser-Mitchell-Nungesser-Gallagher
Sunday, October 16, 2016
7:00 AM *Washcalus/Devanney-Barth-Serfass-Stetto-Glackin
9:00 AM *Michiels-Foreman-Rihl-Flack-Wennemer-Foreman
11:00 AM *Spanier/Witkoski-Benninghoff-Witts-Roman-Morley
Vigil for Sunday, October 15, 2016
5:00 PM Boice – Tran
Sunday, October 16, 2016
7:00 AM M Miller – B Miller
9:00 AM C Miller – Malack
11:00 AM R Homer – Robinson
Prayer to Mary, Mother of the Life Within
O Mary, Mother of the Life Within, all life we
entrust to you; The life of every expectant mother
and the child within her womb: The life of every
human body, the life of every human soul; The life
of every newborn child and the life of all grown old.
You held the Lord to your own heart and drew Him so close in. So
draw us now in all our needs, O Mother of the Life Within. Amen.
Deacon Mitchell & Deacon O’Donnell
Respect Life Sandy Slater 538-1390
Society of St. Vincent de Paul 529-4659
Spanish Mass Ministry
Joselito Gonzalez 529-1349
Ushers Christopher Gowin 538-7040
Youth Center/Pavilion Rental
Sun., Oct. 9- Family Bingo (School Hall), 2:30 - 5 PM
Youth Group (Youth Center), 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Mon., Oct. 10 –Men’s Group (MPR), 7:15 – 9 PM PM
AA (Middle School-Lower Level), 7-8 PM
Tues., Oct. 11- CYO Board Meeting (Rectory), 7:30 PM
Wed., Oct. 12 –RCIA Meeting (Youth Ctr), 7-9 PM
KoC- General Meeting (Knights House), 8 PM
Thur., Oct. 13 – Women’s Club (MPR), 7 PM
Prayer Meeting (Chapel), 7:30 PM
AA Meetings, (Middle School-Lower Level)
Females- 7:00 PM; Co-Ed- 8:30 PM
Fri., Oct. 14-Spanish AA Meeting (MS- Lower Level), 8 PM
Sat., Oct. 15-Confirmation Retreat (Church/MPR/YC), 8AM
Rosary Crusade (Church Grounds), 11 AM
Women’s Club Fashion Show (Knights Hall)
Please remember the faithful departed in your prayers.
PLEASE PRAY FOR . . .
Paula Andrade - Baby Andreia - Josephine Ahlum
Lisa Arrigo-Young - Rosemarie Barnes - Annika
Demshock Barth - Bree Barth - Loretta Belac - Frank
Bell - Diane Benscoter - Faith Bilger - Amy Calcagno
Scott Caldwell - Mike Candrl - Bill Carroll - Donna
Caswell - Baby Charlie - Baby Benjamin Conrad - Karly Cosgrove
Emily Cressman - Erin D’Amato - Marilyn D’Amato - Baby Liam
David - Martha Day-Smith - Gerry Devlin - Baby Dominic - Joan
Donaghy - David Donovan - Jacqueline Duggan - Terence Egan
Helen Federovitch - Mary Ficco - Mary Flack - Nancy Flack
Robbie Flack - Basil Giletto - Donald Glass - Baby Stephen
Gonczkowski - Mary Grida - Eileen Guldin - Carol Haas - Kathy
Heck - AnnMarie Heller - Matthew Heller - Barry Helsley
Franny Higgen - Ed Hoover - Liam Houck - John W. Jordan
Robert Jordan - Renate Keeny - Alice Kozar - Jacob L. Kowalchek
Marianne Kowalski - Glen Lewis - Marie LoMonaco - Tim Luna
Mark - Mark Mattern - Patricia Mayo - Robin McWilliams
Linda Meeks - Melody Mendez - Kimberly Mikulski - Terry
Miloshevsky - Michael - Jean Misnik - Thomas Misnik - James
McAnally - Joseph D. McBride - Bill McDermott - Stephanie
MoDavis - Marianne Mongone - Major Patrick R. Moran - Theresa
Nayduch - Joan Noblit - Mary O’Donnell - Dan O’Sullivan - Pete
Pata - Louis Patti - Ursula Pfitzer - Baby John Paul Pironti - Baby
William Pironti - Robert Preston - Richard Reilly - Vickie Reinard
Margaret Rogers - Linda Sadowski - Ginny Schaeffer - Eleanor
Skabowski - Bill Slade - Hazel Mae Snyder - Joan SpiegleFrancine Swennes - Maddie Swenson - Ali Turner - George Tustin
Sandra Valish - Jan Villare - Marion Van Norman - Shelby Van
Vliet Doris Vorhauer - Steve Wasniewski - Eric Weisel - Alfred
Werner Rose Wild - Tom Williams - Myra Wilsey - David Wint
Baby Zachary Winter - Vincent Wixted - Wyatt - James Yard
TWENTY-EIGTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
October 9, 2016
“In all circumstances, give thanks,
For this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus.”
- 1 Thessalonians 5:18
Help Wanted: Join our network of amazing volunteers! Our
Parish Religious Education Program needs aides for all
sessions. Classes are held on Wednesdays and Sundays. If you
are searching for a way to serve our parish, this is a fulfilling
ministry as it fosters the spiritual growth of our youth. Contact
[email protected] or 215-536-6498.
“Good example is the most efficacious apostolate. You must
be as lighted lanterns and shine like brilliant chandeliers
among men. By your good example and your words, animate
others to know and love God.”
- St. Mary Joseph Rossello
Open House: October 15th from 10-12:00 stop by and visit on
your way to Q-town Alive.
50/50 Winner: The McSherry Family. They have donated
their winnings to the school technology fund. Bless you all!
BINGO! All are invited to Family Bingo at St. Isidore School
on Sun., Oct. 9th. Doors open at 2:30 PM. Games run 3 to 5
PM. $10 per person; $35 per family (same household, please).
Join us for 10 games of fun and great prizes! Play for two
special prizes, too! Bring your own snacks and beverages or
purchase soft pretzels and water during the games. Eagles
game updates will be provided throughout the event! Only 300
seats available--get your tickets today! For tickets/questions:
Janice Convey: [email protected] or 215-804-6005 or
Stefanie Clark: [email protected] or 215-350-4335.
5K: Join us for our first Halloween 5k and Fun Run on
October 22nd. Come dressed in your favorite or original
costume and run the 5k or 1 mile Fun Run. Prizes for best
costume by age group will be given out. Stick around for our
first 'Trunk or Treat' event directly after the 5k in the St.
Isidore School parking lot. This is a fun event for the whole
family. Registration costs $25 and includes a T-shirt if
registered by October 10th. Register online at www.active.com
or download form and mail in. Contact Brandy at
[email protected] with any questions.
If you need special prayers for family and friends, call
the school at 215-536-6052. The children pray each day
for your special intentions.
*ALL VOLUNTEERS - MARK YOUR CALENDARS*
St. Isidore’s will be hosting a “Protecting God’s Children
Awareness” session on Thurs., Nov. 10th at 6:30 p.m. in the
school gym. Prior to volunteering, all adults (over the age of
18) who have regular contact with children must attend a
session. This includes but is not limited to school and PREP
volunteers, Boy/Girl Scout leaders, and CYO coaches.
We welcome, with great joy,
our newly baptized:
September 18, 2016
Aubrey Elizabeth Maye
September 25, 2016
Margot Kate Rodgers
The Rosary to the Blessed Mother is recited each morning
before the 7:30 AM Mass and the Divine Mercy Chaplet is said
immediately following the 7:30 AM Mass.
Join us every Thurs. at 7:30 PM for Rosary, Divine Mercy
Chaplet, Eucharistic Adoration, Praise & Worship, & Faith
“When we work hard, we must eat well. What a joy, that you
can receive Holy Communion often! It's our life and support in
this life -- Receive Communion often, and Jesus will change
you into himself.”
- Saint Peter Julian Eymard
Eucharistic Adoration is on Thursdays beginning after the
7:30 AM. Mass and ending at 4:30 PM. Please come and
spend some time with our Lord.
The importance of Elections 2016 cannot be over
stated. We are living in the midst of an ongoing
holocaust of abortion, and many public servants
cannot tell the difference between serving the
public and killing the public. They don't belong in public
office. Moreover, we ourselves are battling for our religious
freedom -- along with many others -- in the Supreme Court at
this very moment, and we know that those we elect will decide
the direction of the Supreme Court for the next generation.
Politics is not our salvation; Jesus Christ is. (From Priests for
Voter Registration will be held this week-end, Oct. 8th & 9th.
Those who turn 18 years of age should register and also if
there was a name or address change. All voter registrations
must be in on October11, 2016.
On Sat., Oct. 15th there will be a Rosary Crusade here on the
grounds of St. Isidore Church. The crusade will be at 11 AM.
Parishioners are invited. Children (between the ages of 2 and
5) are invited to place LIFE balloons on the crosses as they
come out after Sunday Mass on Oct. 16th.
40 Days for Life continues around the world. This also means
if you have not volunteered to pray at PP in Warminster, you
can take the opportunity and make it a family event. The vigil
is 7 days a week between 7AM and 7PM until the Sunday
before the elections, November 6, 2016. The reward is great.
You will be happy that you participated.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
Love is the only thing we can carry with us when we go,
and it makes the end so easy.
- Louisa May Alcott
October 9, 2016
October 2, 2016
1357 envelopes sent
$ 8,736.00 (405 envelopes received)
Additional contributions $ 1,657.00
Please note: The 2nd collection this weekend is for St. Vincent
DePaul and next weekend, Oct. 16th, is for Mission Sunday.
THE PARISH DEBT
Total Parish Debt
Principal Balance Due
Principal Payment on Loan to Date
Required Monthly Payment (Principal)
July’s Monthly Reduction-Collections
IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR.
Schools open, fall sports grab our attention, and PREP classes
commence. It is also time for cute pictures that reflect our
priorities here at St. Isidore’s, namely our kids. Two of our
students at PREP show off the latest addition to the fall fashion
This Week’s Cover:
The Men of St. Isidore: All men of St. Isidore ages 18 and over
are welcome to attend every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month for
prayer and discussion in the all purpose room beginning at 7:15.
Current discussion is on the book Rediscover Jesus. Men, the
opportunity to learn how Jesus wants to be the center of your life
awaits you. For more information call Chris Tray at 267-230-9433.
Finding Light In The Darkness: A Journey of
Healing and Hope: Have you or someone you
love been touched by separation, divorce or
remarriage? Would you like to learn more about
the Church’s teaching? You are warmly invited
to come for a presentation in the light of Pope Francis
compassionate understanding of the suffering involved in these
situations. When: Oct. 11th (Tues.) at 7:00 PM Where: St.
Isidore Church (2545 W. Pumping Station Rd. (Multi -Purpose
Room) Presenter: Sr. Agnes B. Gott, O.P. (Parishioner),
Dominican Sister of Peace, Former Coordinator of S/D Ministry ,
Miami, FL. Reservations not required, but would be helpful for
planning purposes. To RSVP or if you have any questions,
please call Sr. Agnes at 215-538-7270 or email
NEWS FROM THE WOMEN’S CLUB OF ST ISIDORE’S
The Women’s Club of St. Isidore’s will be hosting a
Fashion Show Luncheon on Sat., Oct. 15th. Tickets$25/person. Call Claire at 215-257-9637 for tickets/info.
The Women's Club will be hosting the 3rd Annual Advent
Breakfast at DeSales University on Dec.10th. Tickets at $25.00
each will be available after Oct. 15th by contacting Claire at
[email protected] or 215-257-9637.
Can You Help? Please donate to the St. Isidore Food Pantry to
help men, women, and children who do not have enough to eat in
our community. Non-perishable items may be placed in the food
pantry bins at the entrances of the church. Gift cards or cash may
be placed in an envelope addressed to the Food Pantry and placed
in the Sunday collection basket. Both perishable and nonperishable items may be brought to the pantry in the Parish
Office, 603 W. Broad Street, on Tuesdays (10-12:30) and
Saturdays (9:30-11:30). Thank you for your kindness!
My dear parishioners,
The various areas of history use different
sources to obtain information, to verify or challenge
current beliefs, and fill out time periods where there is little
evidence. One of the tools employed is the science of
numismatics, a study that involves specialty skills. Ancient
coins served several purposes: providing a standard unit of
precious metal that can be used to buy and sell. But there are
other, less obvious purposes. Coins express the legitimacy of
the ruler and through their inscriptions the claims and piety of
the ruler are laid out.
For example, a Roman Emperor, in Jesus’ time,
Tiberius, had as his inscription his connection with the previous
Emperor, Augustus. Tiberius was actually the adopted son of
Augustus but the inscription would have stated quite simply that
he was the son of Augustus. Coins also had a certain
propaganda value because they often invoked a god or goddess
that stated the theme or hope of the emperor’s reign, for example
Victory or Peace or Prosperity. Most important was the fact that
these were quite literally the Emperor’s coins; they were his
possessions. The people of the Empire used them and when
tribute was demanded of them, they returned to the Emperor
what was his. Paying tribute to the Emperor was giving back
what he originally possessed.
Thus when Jesus was asked about paying tribute, He
asked His would-be accuser for the coin of tribute. It was a
denarius most likely with the figure of Tiberius. His response
then was “Give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar...” Within the
context of the preceding, Jesus was saying, “Return to the
Emperor what is already the Emperor’s,” namely give him back
his coin. The reply, seen in this light, is not enigmatic. He
avoided the trap of seeming to accept Rome’s dominion and thus
offending Jewish nationalists. At the same time He did not gain
the unwanted attention of the Roman authorities by denying
tribute and opening Himself to the charge of treason.
The second half of His response, that is, giving to God
what is God’s, is viewed as endorsing one’s obligation to God.
Again in the light of the above, that means returning to God
what is already God’s. We do know from another incident that
Jesus paid the temple tax; He did not question its legitimacy. In
a wider sense as a good Jew, Jesus rendered prayer, praise, and
thanksgiving to God Whom He called His Father. This was His
due because, as a good Jew, He acknowledged God’s ownership
of all creation. And there may also have been something of a
dig at the Pharisees’ conceit that they avoided all taint of pagan
As we saw, the coin Jesus asked for was a Roman coin.
It had the image of Caesar, that is, the Emperor, on it. On the
reverse side, though, there was most likely a pagan image, for
example, the goddess of victory. Pagan images were to be
avoided by good Jews and yet here they had one in their
possession. The whole incident may have illustrated that there
were legitimate, necessary compromises that had to be made.
They may not have wanted to acknowledge the legitimacy of
Roman rule but the fact they carried the Emperor’s coins all but
meant the same. They may have demanded that all contacts with
paganism be avoided but carrying a pagan image with them
could not be helped. The neat legal categories of which the
Pharisees were so fond were poor fits in daily life. For example,
they attacked His disciples snacking on wheat kernels on the
Sabbath as work, an interpretation Jesus denied. In the final
analysis compromise does not mean surrender; rather it may
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