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5th Sunday of Lent
March 13, 2016
THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
MARCH 13, 2016
Mass Intentions for the Week
PARISH DIRECTORY
PARISH OFFICE
Office Hours: Monday—Friday
9:00 am—12:00 Noon / 1:00 pm—4:00 pm,
SATURDAY, MARCH 12
Vigil of the Fifth Sunday of Lent
5:00 pm – Louis & Sylvia Cerra & Joseph & Connie Ricci
(Memorial)
by Steve & Paula
Parish Website
churchofstrocco.org
SUNDAY, MARCH 13
The Fifth Sunday of Lent
8:00 am – Mildred Siravo (Memorial)
Fr. Angelo N. Carusi, Pastor………………......... 942-5203
[email protected]
by Arlene & Richard Siravo
10:00 am – Susan Mangiarelli (Birthday Remembrance)
by family
Philip W. Seabolt (Month’s Mind)
by wife
12:00 pm– St. Rocco Memorial Shrine
Rev. Mr. Robert P. Troia, Deacon..……..…..…… 942-5203
Mrs. Stephanie Fava, Secretary……………..…... 942-5203
[email protected]
Fax # 464-6422
Mrs. Ann Marie Cardente, Bookkeeper…...……. 942-5203
[email protected]
MONDAY, MARCH 14
Lenten Weekday
7:00 am – Parishioners of St. Rocco Church
OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
931 Atwood Avenue
Johnston, RI 02919 ~ email~ [email protected]
Sr. Mary Antoinette, FMH Director……………. ..944-6040
Mrs. Robin Okolowitcz
Coordinator…………. 944-6040
Office Hours : Tuesday thru Friday 12:30 ~ 4:00 pm
TUESDAY, MARCH 15
Lenten Weekday
7:00 am – Antonio, Maria & Antonia Piccirillo (Memorial)
by granddaughter Maria DeLuca
5:45-6:45 pm– Confessions
7:00 pm - Novena & Spiritual Talk
ST. ROCCO’S SCHOOL
Main Office—944-2993 Fax # - 944-3019
931 Atwood Avenue
Johnston, RI 02919
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16
Lenten Weekday
7:00 am – Antonio & Pasqualina DiRaimo (Memorial)
by The Fabrizio Family
THURSDAY, MARCH 17
Lenten Weekday/St. Patrick
7:00 am – Antonio & Pasqualina DiRaimo (Memorial)
by Antoinetta & family
7:30 am– 8:30 am– Confessions
Mrs. Lorraine Moschella, Principal
[email protected]
Mr. Al Monaco, V ice-Principal
[email protected]
PARISH MASS/CONFESSION SCHEDULE
Saturday Evening Mass: 5:00 pm
Sunday Masses: 8:00 am (Bi-Lingual Italian/English)
10:00 am, 12:00 Noon
Weekday Mass: 7:00 am
Saturday Morning & Legal Holidays 8:00 am
Confessions:
Saturday 11:00 am & 4:00 pm or anytime by
appointment; please call the Rectory Office.
NOVENA DEVOTIONS
Tuesday Evenings:
7:00 pm
Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament with Novena
Prayers to St. Rocco, St. Anthony and St. Jude.
SICK PARISHONERS
Please notify the Rectory when a parishioner or family member
is confined at home, hospitalized or in a nursing home.
BAPTISMS
10:00 am on the 1st Sunday of the month by previous appointment only. Sponsor certificates and birth certificates are required before date is set for a Baptism. Parental attendance at
Parish Baptism Preparation Program is also required.
WEDDINGS Contact Rectory Office at least 1 year before.
FRIDAY, MARCH 18
Lenten Weekday/St. Cyril of Jerusalem
7:00 am - Nicholas Iannone (Memorial)
by Walter & Donna
SATURDAY, MARCH 19
St. Joseph
8:00 am – Lisa Furia (Memorial)
by Yola Petrolino
11:00 am & 4:00 pm– Confessions
Vigil of Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
5:00 pm – Barbara Moretti (Memorial)
by family
Carrie & George Fuoco (Memorial)
by family
SUNDAY, MARCH 20
Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
8:00 am – Philip W. Seabolt (Memorial)
by Arlene & Richard Siravo
Anna D’Acchioli (Memorial)
by Frances Zanni & family
10:00 am - John Cardillo (Memorial)
by family
Michael Gucciardo (Memorial)
by wife & daughter
12:00 pm– Rose Taraborelli (Memorial)
by family
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THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
MARCH 13, 2016
From the Pastor’s Desk:
th
This Sunday, the 5 Sunday of Lent, churches may veil
their crosses and statues. But why does the Church have this
practice?
At one time, all Catholic churches covered statues during
Lent. Or, more specifically, during the last two weeks of Lent,
once called Passiontide. The custom of Lenten veils dates to
around the year 1000. At that time, Christians had to undergo
rigorous Lenten penances. That often meant exclusion from
receiving Eucharist until Easter. A veil - called the Lenten Veil
- hid the entire sanctuary. This separated the faithful from the
central action of the liturgy. This Lenten separation/
deprivation lasted until after the 12th century. During the next
century, the rituals of Ash Wednesday became universal and
expressed repentance and the desire to turn back to God without disrupting the ritual of the Mass. Also, people were no
longer excluded from Eucharist as part of Lenten penance, so
the altar veil lost its significance and fell into disuse. However,
using veils to express the separation caused by sin remained,
seen in the custom of draping statues and crosses in purple.
While we may not realize it, there are two levels of reflection during Lent. The first level, from Ash Wednesday to the
Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetere Sunday), we focus on the solemn glory that led Jesus to the Cross. We hear of the temptations in the desert and the Transfiguration. After Laetere Sunday, we move to a more solemn level of reflection. The focus of our readings turns to the Passion, and we
hear about Jesus' final entries into Jerusalem. Lent's unalterable movement toward the Passion was emphasized by veiling
statues and crosses and may have been tied to a verse in John's
Gospel immediately after Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem: "Jesus left and hid from them." (Jn 12:36). Just as Jesus
hid from public view before His Passion, so the crosses and
statues in church were hidden during Passiontide.
If a parish chooses to veil crosses, it should not do so until
after the last Mass on Saturday for the Fourth Week of Lent.
And all veils on crosses must be removed on Good Friday. Our
Good Friday focus is the cross. It is the means by which Jesus
died and, at the same time, it manifested His glory, revealing
the redemptive love of God. In a 5 th century homily, Pope Leo
the Great said: "O wondrous power of the cross! O inexpressible glory of the passion! ... Yes, Lord, you have drawn all to
yourself."
Lent draws us unrelentingly to this Cross. Like statues under purple, our lives are veiled by sin. As the Good Friday veil
is taken away, it symbolizes our prayer that our sins be taken
away to reveal us as close beside Christ. If there are other veils
in church, they remain there after Good Friday - as we ourselves remain in watchful prayer - until the Easter Vigil. Then,
in the light of the Paschal candle - the light of Christ and the
first light of Easter - the images of Christ's beloved saints are
again revealed. The Alleluias - gone for Lent - ring out with
renewed fervor. Out of the barrenness of Lent, the silence of
Good Friday and the dark night of Holy Saturday, glory shines
forth and draws us back into light and warmth. We see the
Risen One again and He comes to tear down all that separates
us, His beloved ones, from Him.
God Bless, Fr. Carusi
March 6, 2016
Weekly Collection
First Collection
Envelopes and Loose Collection
Total = $7824.00
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Parish Beautification
Total = $257.50
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Parish Outreach
Total = $317.50
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Other Donations/Collections
$302.00
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Total number of envelopes used this week:
1st collection 510 2nd collection 161
MEMORIALS WEEK OF:
March 14th-20th
Altar Bread & Wine ~ Rita V. Duclos
Altar Candles ~ Fred P. Macera
Sanctuary Lamps ~ Anthony Butmarc
Sacred Heart Lamps ~
Memorials Available
In memory of a deceased loved one we have the Sanctuary Lamps, Altar Candles, the Altar Bread and Wine
and Sacred Heart Lamps. They are $15.00 each for the
week. Please call the Rectory office or stop by the office
Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Thank
you.
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Eternal Rest be given to:
Rita V. Duclos– February 29th
Fred P. Macera– March 4th
Anthony Butmarc– March 7th
THE SEASON OF LENT—2016
Holy Week Schedule
Monday of Holy Week
Annual Chrism Mass at the Cathedral: 5:00 PM
Bishop Tobin to Celebrate and Preach
Tuesday of Holy Week
Weekly Novena and Spiritual Talk: 7:00 PM
Wednesday of Holy Week
Confessions: 5:30 ~ 7:30 PM
(Last time before Easter)
Holy Thursday, March 24th
Morning Prayer ~ 8:00 AM
Mass of the Lord’s Supper ~ 7:00 PM
Church will remain open until Midnight
Good Friday, March 25th
Morning Prayer ~ 8:00 AM
Stations of the Cross & Procession ~ 3:00 PM
Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion &
Veneration of the Holy Cross ~ 7:00 PM
“Merciful Like the Father”
TUESDAY EVENING NOVENA SERVICE
&
SPIRITUAL TALK 7:00 PM
Holy Saturday, March 26th
Morning Prayer ~ 8:00 AM
Easter Vigil Mass ~ 7:30 PM
The Spiritual Works of Mercy
Tuesday, March 15 To Forgive Offenses Willingly
Easter Sunday Masses, March 27th
8:00 AM Bi-Lingual (English & Italian),
10:00 AM & 12:00 PM
Rev. Christopher Murphy
Asst. Vocation Director & Hendricken High School
Chaplain
Tuesday, March 22 To Comfort the Afflicted and To
Pray for the Living and the Dead
Rev. Bernard Healey
Pastor Our Lady of Mercy East Greenwich
Praying With the Sisters
CONFESSION
Tuesday’s
5:45 – 6:45 PM
Thursday’s
7:30 – 8:30 AM
Saturday’s 11:00 AM & 4:00 PM
Sunday’s
11:00 - 11:45 AM
Anytime by appointment, contact the Rectory
During the Thursdays of Lent, the Sisters invite parishioners to join them at
7:00 pm in the Convent for the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and the praying of
the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.
Save the Date
STATIONS OF
THE CROSS
Please join Sr. Daisy in a Mass of
Thanksgiving on Sunday, April 10th,
12:00 Noon, as she celebrates her Silver
Jubilee of Consecrated Life with the
Daughters of Our Lady of the Garden.
More details to follow...
Friday’s — 7:00 PM
March 18th
Living Stations of the Cross
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THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
MARCH 13, 2016
Religious
Education News
First Holy Communion
Children attending Sunday’s
Religious Education Program
will be receiving their Sacrament of Reconciliation on Thursday, March 17th at 6:30
pm in the church. They will receive the Sacrament of the
Eucharist on Saturday, May 14th at 1:00 pm.
Children attending St. Rocco School will receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation on Thursday, March 17th at 8:45
am. They will receive the Sacrament of the Eucharist on
Saturday, April 30th at 1:00 pm.
Bishop Hendricken Open House
Bishop Hendricken High School is holding an
Open House on Sunday, March 13th from
noon to 3:00 pm. Information on the academics, college placement, athletic and extracurricular activities will
be available. The entrance exam for prospective freshman and
sophomore transfers will be held on Saturday, April 9th at 8:30
am. For more information or to pre-register, please call the Admissions Office at 739-3450 ext. 162.
2016 CATHOLIC
CHARITY APPEAL
“Faith and Good Works”
Supports 39 Diocesan
Ministries and Programs
That Serve Over 200,000
Rhode Islanders Annually
“Everyone who listens to these words of mine and acts on
them will be like a wise man who built his house on
rock.” (Mat. 7:24) It’s all there. But what goes unmentioned here is how difficult it is. It isn’t easy to build on
rock. It’s so much easier to build on sand. Living the gospel
is hard work. Following the teachings of Christ is hard
work. But it pays off. It’s so much easier to NOT try to be
perfect and holy, NOT to be kind and generous, it’s easier
to be just good enough to get by. It’s easier to just settle for
sand. How can we possibly live out the gospel? During
Lent we are presented a unique opportunity to live the gospel. The Catholic Charity Appeal. We can help build up the
foundation of the Kingdom of God. For the cost one Dunkin Donuts coffee per week. ($150 for 10 months/$15 per
month/) We can:
Help an elderly couple pay for their prescriptions rather
than not pay their electric bill.
Help a single mother keep the heat on rather than forgo
buying food for her children.
St. Joseph Italian Night
Sponsored by the Holy Name Society and
Women’s Guild
Welcome a refugee from worn torn areas of the world and
help them settle here in RI.
Saturday, March 19, 2016 6:30 PM
Provide dignity to a dying patient in an Alzheimer’s
unit at St. Antoine.
Santa Maria Di Prata
Society Hall
31 Walnut Grove Ave Cranston, RI
Buffet – Raffle - Cash Bar
Bring God’s mercy to those behind bars who
desperately need it.
Provide a warm bed for a homeless person at
Emmanuel House.
$25.00 per person
Only 180 tickets are available!
Call the rectory at 942-5203 or stop in for tickets
World Marriage Encounter
Jesus has such compassion on the
woman in the Gospel reading today as
he forgives her and gives her mercy
and grace instead of judgment and
condemnation. We are in turn called to
extend that same love and compassion
to others, especially in our marriage
relationship. The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Weekends are on April 1-3 or June 10-12. For
more information call Steve and Michelle O’Leary at 1800-710-WWME, visit our webpage at www.wwme.org,
or at https://www.facebook.com/Wwmema
There are many ways our donations help to build the foundation of our faith in this state. Each year the Catholic
Charity Appeal calls to look beyond our living room, to see
beyond our parish boundaries and reach out to a stranger in
need. The many agencies of our Church who daily provide
assistance, support and help, also daily make present the
Lord himself. The Lord is calling us today to help once
again. He calls us not to simple give from our surplus but to
truly sacrifice for our brothers and sisters in need.
“Everyone who listens to these words of mine and acts on
them will be like a wise man who built his house on rock.”
Let us build our house on the rock foundation of faith, hope
and charity.
Parish Goal: $50,400.00
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Amount Raised So Far: $ 31,071.00
March 8, 2016
A Letter from the Principal
Palm Sunday is March 20th this year. You can begin a new tradition with your family this year: the placing of the
palms.
The palms we receive at Mass on Palm Sunday are blessed. Father blesses them in a prayer that
asks for God’s grace so that our entire lives and everything we do might acclaim Jesus as Messiah.
Attend Mass together as a family on Palm Sunday. After Mass, reverently carry your blessed
palms into your home. Have family members take pieces of blessed palms throughout the house and place them
with holy pictures, crucifixes and other sacred items. Before the end of the day responsibly burn the old palms.
Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week. The placing of the palms will help your child better understand what we will learn
in class during Holy Week.
Join us for our annual Living Stations on Friday, March 18 th at 7:00pm. Our Fourth Grade students will be re-enacting each station
and four of our Eighth Grade students will carry “Jesus” to the tomb. This presentation is beautiful and moving! Mark your calendar
and come experience this incredible demonstration of mercy.
Classroom News…………………………Learning is fun in Second Grade!
In second grade, we are working very hard and having a lot of fun. In Religion, we are walking with the Lord and getting ready for our First Reconciliation on March 17 th and First Communion on April 30th. We know that God is a merciful and a loving Father, who always forgives our sins and helps us to be a better person. During this Extra Ordinary
Year of Mercy, we decided as a class to pray every day, "Jesus trust in You."
We continue to explore and learn various genres in reading. Now, we are writing a fictional dialogue which is a conversation between characters in a made- up story. We are working with our partners and writing the story. We use
dialogue to show the actual words that characters say in a conversation. We are so excited to present these stories to
the first graders and to the Kindergarten.
In Science, we are learning about weather and sky. We know that one million cloud droplets make one raindrop. It was
fun to learn different stages of water cycle, various types of clouds, and storms. It was fun to do hands - on like activities
including going outside and watching various shapes the cloud forms.
We also took a long trip to 18 countries around the world! We researched about each country in
the computer. We learned a few facts about the country, about famous people, and various attractions, and
then we presented the results to the class. We also designed our own private jet to reach our destination. It
was a great experience!
Math is everywhere; in your house, in the shopping center, in the park, in the church, in school etc. We see geometric shapes all around. We know how to use money to buy and sell things and get the correct change back. We
are experts in telling and managing time. Time is flying and it is very important. So, you see, our day is very
busy and we enjoy learning and having fun at the same time.
Enchanted Evening Gala ~ Congratulations and many thanks to the St. Rocco School Parent Association Gala Committee Chairpersons Karin Sabetta & Tara Zuena for their tireless efforts accomplishing
a most successful event! President, Linda Monello, Co-Vice Presidents, Dana Ricci & Tyler Weir ,
Treasurer, Tara Iacobo, and Secretary, Tara Zuena, worked diligently to create a fantastic evening. The
music, food, prizes and entertainment was wonderful! This event truly represented the great work of
everyone who helps to make our school it’s very best! A special thank you to those who generously donated to this
fundraiser! We thank you those who attended and for your love and commitment for our school!
Spring Open House and Art Exhibition ~ Please join us on Wednesday, March 16th from 4:007:00PM at our Spring Open House and Third Annual Art Exhibit. Invite your family and friends to
tour our school and registrations for the upcoming school year will be accepted. Also, come and view
the art work of the students here at St. Rocco School. We are very excited to showcase their talent and
works of art!
God Bless, Mrs. Lorraine S. Moschella
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