Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Parish. February 19th. Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

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February 19th Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Parish Give to the
February 19th Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Parish Give to the one who asks of you, and do not turn your back on one who wants to borrow Saturday February 18th Weekday 5:30pm 7:00pm Marion Marchello (6th Anniversary in Heaven) Sr. Francis Marie (Healing) By Hobbs Family Jan & Wladystawa Klimek By Klimek Family Thomas Bartoloto (Birthday in Heaven) By Wife, Children & Granchildren Luis Becerra & Nohemy Pinilla (50 años de aniversario de bodas) Parte de Luis Becerra Michael Angeló Mirasola Parte de los Padres Sunday February 19th - 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:30am 10:30am 12:00pm 1:30pm 6:30pm Wilfred Tellstone, Jr. Gregorio & Concetta Scifo By Daughter, Maria & Family Henry Groll By Gerard D Ambrosio Christian Guster (10th Anniversary) By Grandparents, Deacon Ed & Vicki Guster Filipino Mass Gaetano Modica Monday February 20th Weekday - President s Day NO 7 AM MASS (PRESIDENT S DAY) Isaac Beatty By May Beatty Tuesday February 21st St. Peter Damian, Bishop Maria Salazar (Birthday in Heaven) By Miriam Patricia Miller By Hobbs Family Wednesday February 22nd The Chair of St. Peter the Apostle Lina Sabatini (Healing) By Hobbs Family Timothy James Ryan (Birthday in Heaven) Thursday February 23rd St. Polycarp, Bishop & Martyr Geraldine Kiely By Frank Scott Carmela DeNicola By Grandchildren Friday February 24th Weekday FEBRUARY 19TH - SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME atà ä àç Éy à{x UÄxááxw i Üz Ç `tüç fàa fàtç áätâá U á{éñ tçw `tüàçü Haven Hobbs By Frank Scott James Kellen By Brother, Michael Sunday February 19th - 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time 11:00am 12:30pm Regina Stefaniak-Anderson By Stefaniak Family Michal Niekrasz By Daughter, Stella & Family Mary & William O. Ferris By Joan Ferris Sunday February 26th - 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time 11:00am 12:30pm Frank Muszynski By Daughter Aniella & Antoni Kula By Jozefa Kula & Family Julia & Joseph Cristiano By Son, Joseph Saturday February 25th Weekday 5:30pm 7:00pm Frank Scelza By Scipione & Von Essen Family Halina Tuszynska By Ela & Family Orlando Buonocore (10th Anniversary) By Michael & Eileen Buonocore Geraldine Kiely By Josephine Mazzini Claudia Grandquist Parte del Esposo, Lorence Mercedes Nuñez (6 Aniversario en el Cielo) Parte de Familia Nuñez Sunday February 26th - 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:30am 10:30am 12:00pm 6:30pm Altar Bread and Wine is offered this week in loving memory of Sarah Karcher & Jean Buonocore Birthdays in Heaven By Michael & Eileen Buonocore Frank Vincella & Leona Brodsky By Theresa Brodsky Carmelo Bonanno By Wife & Children Mary Jean DeFalco By Husband, Carmine & Children Lucille Eckardt By Gerard D Ambrosio Gerry Kiely By Ellen Peluso Geraldine Kiely By Anne & Charles Re & Family Stewardship Collection for last weekend at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary- St Stanislaus B&M Parish Prayer Intentions of Pope Francis for February Comfort for the Afflicted That all those who are afflicted, especially the poor, refugees, and marginalized, may find welcome and comfort in our communities. Pray for the Deceased May They Rest In Peace Louise Ruggiero, Concetta Pepe, Onofrio Macchio, Carmen Arcos, Claudia Grandquist, Gaetano Moscatiello, James Gargan, Irene Krizni * The intention of the Mass T LETS DRESS OUR BEST TO GIVE THE LORD OUR SUNDAYS BEST! FEBRUARY 19, th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Give to the one who asks of you, and do not turn your back on one who wants to borrow. Today Jesus continues the powerful teaching of his Sermon on the Mount. Typical of this famous sermon, here he urges us to see things in a new way, specifically regarding situations and people who bother us. First, he tells us not to seek revenge. Instead, we are to demonstrate incredible generosity. Then, he instructs us to love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you. These instructions don't come naturally to most of us. We are much more inclined to want to get even with those who cause us to suffer, and to wish ill for those who have hurt us. But Jesus proposes another way. In truth, what good does it do to seek revenge or foster hate? It only continues the cycle of evil. Jesus encourages behavior that will stop the cycle short. He gives us a model that--although it may not change the heart of our enemies --will nonetheless change OUR hearts for the better. When pressed into service for one mile, if we voluntarily go two, then WE are the ones whose attitude and experience is certain to change. Instead of spending the length of that one mile cursing and complaining, we spend the length of two enjoying a surprising kind of freedom: I chose to do this, instead of I am being forced to do this. When we practice the generosity of giving more than we are asked, and the charity of praying for those who persecute us, we will find ourselves in a position to transcend the trouble. It sets us free to not be mastered by the evil around us. Thus, we are able to help end the cycle of evil and begin a new cycle of love and peace. Heart to Heart Ministry Sister Ave Clark, o.p. Jesus Journey of Love Date: March 11, 2017 Time: 9:30 am - 12 noon Place: St. Elizabeth s Parish 84 St & Atlantic Ave Mini Lenten Brunch will start right after the 9:00 am Mass If you can t come to the Mass, join us at 9:30 am in Church Basement Rectory will be Closed on Monday, February 20, 2017 STATIONS OF THE CROSS During the Lenten Season we will conduct the Stations of the Cross in Church every Friday. Schedule is as follows: Spanish Stations: Friday 7:00 pm in Church English Stations: Friday 7:30 pm in Church Congratulations to the students of the parish for their Honor Roll status: Thomas Menechella Jason Samuels Menzo Tucker III Michael Bode Angela Christine DelaTorre Samantha Marie Fecentese Melissa Ann Komlo Alyssa Norma Larregui Alexa Rose Mannino Ramon Luis Paris Kristopher Emmanuel Perez Krystal Anne Dologuin Tan On Saturday, April 22, 2017, a Bishop McDonnell MHS Reunion will be held from approximately noon to 5 pm. The Hours will be confirmed in the Memorial Newsletter. It will be held at the former Bishop McDonnell MHS, 260 Easter Parkway, between Classon and Franklin Avenues Brooklyn, NY. We are celebrating the classes of the 30s, 42, 47, 52, 57, 62, 67, 72. All grads and guests are Welcome. The cost is $90 per person. Please contact Rita Monaghan-Maloney 59 at Ext 2253 or ALL ARE WELCOME Sponsored by: Sister Ave Clark, O.P. Hear to Heart Ministry Please RSVP: Eleanor Malone Annual Catholic Appeal Goal: $58,850 Pledge: $47,352 Received: $43,348 % of Goal Received: 73.66% Generations of Faith Goal: $515,000 Pledge: $748,430 Received: $249, % of Goal Received: 61.64% The Bridge to Life is a crisis pregnancy center in Queens that supplies thousands of families in the NYC area with their necessary supplies. Bridge is in need of the following items: cribs (no drop-down), pack and plays, strollers, car seats, and clothing sizes 2t-8. We accept gently used and new. Thank you and God Bless. God s love does not distinguish between the infant in the mother s womb or the child or the youth or the adult or the older person. In each one God sees His image and likeness. Human life is a manifestation of God and His glory. Pope Benedict XVI T h a n k Y o u Sea League of America for your donation of $500 May the Lord bless you all and keep you in His Care!! Knights of Columbus Is hosting a defensive driving class on March 4th from 10 to 4. The cost of the class which includes the class and pizza. Please call Kevin Brand at to register for the class. Space is limited to 4 people, so register early! Troop 588 does it all! Hiking, Camping, Canoeing and Repelling. We meet in Nativity s Rectory on Friday s at 7:30pm. This is an opportunity for you and your son to Camp, Canoe, Kayak, Fish, Rappel, Camp-out, build Camp fires, make new friends and memories. For more information on scouting and how you can get involved call James Bleakney at (718) or (917) Golden Ages Thursdays 12 noon-3pm February 23rd Join us for Refreshments & Bingo!!
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