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Sunday, Janury 18, 2015
The Liturgical Year – A
Rhythm That Makes Our
Lives Holy
Our year of worship or
Liturgical Year began with the 1st
Sunday of Advent, November 30,
2014. The Advent season of preparation for the
Lord’s return in glory, as well as the celebration
of the birth of Jesus Christ, came to its conclusion
on Christmas day. The Christmas season
extended from December 25 through our
celebration of the Baptism of the Lord on January
11, 2015. Ordinary Time starts this Sunday,
January 18, 2015.
Our Liturgical year is built around the great
feast of Sunday, the Lord’s day.
We cannot speak of Ordinary Time without
speaking of Sunday. The every seven-day
celebration of the Lord’s Day is the basic
structure upon which the church year is built.
“Remember, keep holy the Lord’s day. Six days
you shall labor and do all your work. But the
seventh day is a Sabbath to the Lord your God;
you shall not do any work….” (Exodus 20. 8)
The great liturgical seasons of AdventChristmas and Lent-Easter are more expansive
celebrations of particular aspects of the one
Passover or Paschal mystery which we celebrate
every Lord’s Day; the death and resurrection of
Jesus Christ.
“The special seasons focus our attention upon
critical dimensions of one mystery, a mystery so
overwhelming that we are compelled to separate
out its various elements for particular attention.
These seasons in no way minimize the critical
importance of the Sunday celebration throughout
the rest of the year.
which comes together, remembering that on the
first day of the week the Lord of life was raised
up and creation came at last to completion.
Sunday as a day of play and worship is a
sacrament of redeemed time.
How we live Sunday proclaims to the world
what we believe about redeemed time now and
What happens in our churches every Sunday
is the fruit of our week. What happens as the
fruit of the week past is the beginning of the
week to come. Sunday, like all sacraments, is
simultaneously a point of arrival and departure
for Christians on their way to the fullness of the
Kingdom. This is not ordinary at all. This is the
fabric of Christian living.”
(Taken from the St. Andrew Bible missal, William
J. Hirten Co., Inc., Brooklyn, New York, 1982.)
Ordinary Time this year will end with Ash
Wednesday on February 18, and the beginning of
the 40 day Lenten season of prayer, fasting and
works of charity (almsgiving). The high point of
our church year is Holy Week, concluding with
the Easter Vigil on the night of Saturday, April 4
and the start of the 50 day Easter season of
rejoicing in the victory of Christ over sin and
death. The birthday of the church, Pentecost
Sunday, May 24, completes the Easter season of
festivity. Ordinary time resumes and extends
until the 1st Sunday in Advent, 2015.
Peace, Father Bruce
Ordinary time is not very ordinary at all.
Ordinary time, the celebration of Sunday, is the
identifying mark of the Christian community
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Serving the Parish of St. Kilian
Mission Statement
The Catholic family of St. Kilian Parish, guided by the Holy Spirit and nourished by God’s Word and
the Eucharist, building on our Benedictine tradition of welcome, prayer and liturgy, seeks to be a
vibrant, faith-filled community, committed to worshiping God, loving God and witnessing God in and
through our neighbor.
Mr. Victor Albanese
Mr. Pierre Lehmuller
Mr. Victor Albanese
Deacon Frank Barone
Mr. Richard Merzbacher
Mr. Edward A. Smith
Deacon William Weiss
Mr. Stephen G. Wilson
Mrs. Carol Budinoff
Mrs. Anne Carter
Mrs. Addie DeVincentis
Mr. Timothy Fierst
Mr. Brian McKenna
Mrs. Elizabeth Noveck
Mrs. Suzi Picciano
Mr. James Porter (Chairman)
Mr. David Rodenburg
Pastoral Council e-mail
[email protected]
St. Kilian Parish Web
Parish e-mail addresses:
[email protected]
[email protected]
Baptisms are celebrated on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sunday of the month at 2:00 p.m. in
the church. Spanish Baptisms are celebrated on the 4th Sunday of the month at 2 p.m.
Parents are required to participate in one Sacramental Preparation session. These
meetings are held on the first and third Sunday of each month. After attending the
9:30am Mass, parents should proceed to the Parish Center (below the church) for the
Baptism Preparation Class. Godparents are welcome. Please call the rectory to arrange
an interview with a deacon or priest to register for the preparation session and the
Baptism ceremony. Additional information on Baptism is available on the parish website:
e-mail addresses
Father Bruce Powers - Pastor
[email protected]
Father Michael Duffy
[email protected]
Sr. Mary Jane Kelly - Religious
Education [email protected]
Confessions are heard in the church on Mondays, 1:00-2:00 p.m.; Saturdays, 4:00- Mrs. Nina Petersen - Social
4:45 p.m.; and in the rectory by appointment. Confessions are not heard on Mondays Ministry/Outreach
that are Holy Days or public holidays. Confessions in Spanish by appointment. [email protected]
Please call the rectory at (516)249-0127.
Mr. Paul Phinney - Music -
[email protected]
Marriage arrangements should be made with a deacon or priest at least six months
before the proposed wedding date. No dates for marriage will be given over the phone. Mr. Frank Shanley - Business
Note: The interview to schedule the marriage date at St. Kilian should be completed Manager - [email protected]
before commitments are made with a catering hall. Additional information is available
on the parish website:
Support Staff
Anointing of the Sick
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick may be received by any Catholic who is Mrs. Eileen Donohue - Bulletin /
preparing for surgery, or is of advanced age, or is seriously ill. The sacrament is the Website - [email protected]
Church’s prayer for health and healing and should not be delayed until there is danger
of death. Please call the rectory to speak with a priest. Also, to arrange for Communion Mrs. Barbara Geary - Secretary
to be brought to the homebound, please call the Parish Social Ministry/Outreach Office [email protected]
at (516)756-9656
Mrs. Maureen Ihm - Secretary [email protected]
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults – RCIA (Becoming A Catholic)
Anyone who is inquiring about becoming a Catholic, and who has not been baptized, or
who has been baptized in another Christian community is invited to inquire into the Mrs. Antoinette Pusateri Accounting Admin.
RCIA. Please call the rectory for information at (516)249-0127.
Rectory - (516) 249-0127 X Religious Education Office - (516) 694-0633
X Parish Outreach (516) 756-9656
Music Office - (516) 420-0950 X
Youth Ministry - (516) 249-0127
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Mass Intentions For The Week
Timothy James Hinphy
Zoe Madison Bacani
SUNDAY - January 18 - Second Sunday in Ordinary
Time - Readings: 1st—1 Samuel 3:3b-10,19; 2nd—1
Corinthians 6:13c-15a, 17-20; Gospel—John 1:35-42
John Della Sala
Maria Cavaliere
For the Parishioners of St. Kilian
Edwin Roper
12:30pm Lawrence Visconti
Ralph Sisco
Mary Beatty
John Pascucci
MONDAY - January 19 - Weekday
Clare Cadden
Kaitlyn Krokowski
HOSTS AND WINE to be used at all WEEKEND
Masses (January 17-18, 2015) were donated in
Memory of
+ Henry, Rose & Rosemary Joseph
Gift of: The Hernandez Family
Saturday, January 24
5:00 p.m.
Fr. Bruce
6:15 p.m.
Fr. Antonio
7:30 p.m.
Fr. Duffy
TUESDAY - January 20 - Weekday
Cornelius Leyendecker
Rosario Maresco
Sunday, January 25
7:00 a.m.
Fr. Duffy
8:00 am
Fr. Duffy
9:30 a.m.
Fr. Bruce
11:00 a.m.
Fr. Bruce
12:30 p.m.
Fr. Gus
WEDNESDAY - January 21 - St. Agnes
Frank Palmese
Catherine Davis
THURSDAY - January 22 - Day of Prayer for the
Legal Protection of Unborn Children
Rocco Dituri
Jack Horton
Rest in Peace
Please pray for the repose of
the soul of:
FRIDAY - January 23 - Weekday
Edith Burmester
Margaret DeNinno
Helen C. Masciana
Delia Garcia
Antonio Mastroianni
Frank J. Palmese, Sr.
SATURDAY - January 24 - St. Francis de Sales
For Vocations to the Priesthood
5:00pm George Beatty
John Wallace
Connie Costello
Henry, Rose & Rosemary Joseph
7:30pm Nan Kester
SUNDAY - January 25 - Third Sunday in Ordinary
Time - Readings: 1st—Jonah 3:1-5, 10; 2nd— 1
Corinthians 7:29-31; Gospel—Mark 1:14-20
Patricia & Derek Ward
Linda Dolan
Peggy Sisti
For the Parishioners of St. Kilian
12:30pm John Wallace
Eleanor A. Augresani
Banns of Marriage
Second Announcement
Christopher Persico (St. Kilian) & Jessica Cerezo
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Pray for Peace
Sunday, January 18, 2015
As a praying community,
we automatically ask
prayers for all those who
are ill. Names added to the
list will remain on for a
maximum of 3 weeks. If the
individual is still in need of prayers, the office
would have to be notified to continue for an
additional 3 weeks. If you do not desire to be
listed, please inform us.
The following are the weekly collections for:
January 10, 11, 2015 .......$24,642.99
(Last year 2014) ..............$24,859.00
Frank Burnside; Msgr. Tom Hartman; Sarita
Donald; Denise Wagner; Helen Norjen; John
Nelson,Sr. John Nelson; Kerri Ihm;
Rosemarie Oliver; Matthew Malley; Bill
Johnson; Frances T. Sicari; Fred Rigolini;
Helen Klein; Louise Schinnerer.
January 10, 11, 2015 ...............2183
(Last year 2014) ......................1988
Parish Collection report-Weekend of Jan. 10, 11, 2015
Number Of
Amt. in Env.
5pm - Sat.
6:15pm-Sat. 18
7:30pm -Sat 55
Mail in Envelopes:
And prayers for the children: Gwendolyn
Rose; Kyle Patrick Johnson; MacKenzie
Jordan Borchers; Jameson Frogge; Jillian
Cordi Baby Julia Rose Manno.
Our next meeting for
new servers will be Wednesday, January
21 at 4:30pm in the Church.
Readings for the Week
of January 18, 2015
Total: $24,642.99
Bulletin Reflection:
In today’s first reading, we hear Samuel respond eagerly,
“Here I am!” each time the Lord calls him. May we, too, be
listening for the call of God in our lives and be ready to say
like the Psalmist, “Here am I, Lord; I come to do your will.”
Living Stewardship:
We are grateful this week for all stewards in our parish
who answer their call to service by assisting Catholic
Charities’ Housing Program to ensure the physical, social
and spiritual well-being of residents through access to
safe and afffordable facilities.
Next Sunday:
1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19/1 Cor 6:13c15a, 17-20/Jn 1:35-42
Heb 5:1-10/Mk 2:18-22
Heb 6:10-20/Mk 2:23-28
Heb 7:1-3, 15-17/Mk 3:1-6
Heb 7:25—8:6/Mk 3:7-12
Heb 8:6-13/Mk 3:13-19
Heb 9:2-3, 11-14/Mk 3:20-21
Jon 3:1-5, 10/1 Cor 7:29-31/Mk
©Liturgical Publications Inc
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Jan. 18 (Sunday)
Baptism Preparation Instruction - 10:30am - Parish Ctr.
CYO Basketball 1pm - Auditorium
SKYouth - 6pm - Cafeteria
Alanon Meeting - 7:30pm - Parish Ctr.
Jan. 19 (Monday)
Daily Rosary - 8:30am - Church
Seniors - 11am - Parish Ctr.
Divorced/Separated - 7:30pm - Parish Ctr
Miraculous Medal Novena - 7:30pm - St. Benedict
Eucharistic Adoration - 8pm - St. Benedict Chapel
Jan. 20 (Tuesday)
Daily Rosary - 8:30am - Church
Seniors - 11am- Parish Ctr.
St. Vincent de Paul Meeting - 6:30pm - Social Min.
Conference Room
NA Meeting - 7:30pm - Parish Ctr.
Jan. 21 (Wednesday)
Daily Rosary - 8:30am - Church
Bible Study - 10:30am - 12:30pm - Parish Ctr
New Altar Server Meeting - 4:30pm - Church
AA Support Meeting - 7pm - Parish Ctr.
Spanish Charismatic Renewal - 7pm - Cafeteria
Scouts Emblem Meeting - 7:30pm - Parish Ctr.
Charismatic Prayer Group - 8pm - St. Benedict Chapel
Jan. 22 (Thursday)
Daily Rosary - 8:30am - Church
March for Life Bus trip to Washington, D.C. - 5am
Mass - St. Benedict Chapel - 6am - Bus
leaves from Rectory Parking Lot
Eucharistic Adoration - St. Benedict Chapel - 9:30am
to 9:00pm
Jan. 23 (Friday)
Daily Rosary - 8:30am - Church
AA Spanish Support Meeting -7pm-Parish Ctr.
Jan. 24 (Saturday)
CYO Basketball 12 noon - 10pm - Auditorium
Spanish Youth Group - 7:30pm - Cafeteria
Jan. 25 (Sunday)
CYO Basketball 1pm - Auditorium
SKYouth - 6pm - Cafeteria
Alanon Meeting - 7:30pm - Parish Ctr.
The rectory office will be
closed on Monday,
January 19th in observance
of Martin Luther King Day. The 7am Mass will be in
St. Benedict’s Chapel and there will be no confessions in the afternoon.
St. Martin de Porres Marianist School
Saturday, January 24, 2015 from 1pm to 3pm
530 Hempstead Boulevard, Uniondale. 516-481-3303
Grades Pre-K through 8
St. Edward The Confessor School
Sunday, January 25 from 11am - 1pm
2 Teibrook Ave., Syosset, NY
Early Childhood - Elementary - Middle School
Open House Wednesdays by appointment only
A full tour of the school with the Principal.
Visit website
Maria Regina School
4045 Jerusalem Ave., Seaford
Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 - 6pm - 8pm - Early Childhood
only - Nursery, Pre-K or Kindergarten
Sunday, January 25, 2015 - 10am - 12 noon - All grades
Nursery thru Grade 8
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 10am - 11am
Holy Family School
17 Fordham Ave., Hicksville
Sunday, January 25, 2015 - 11:30am - 2:30pm
Nursery thru Grade 8.
Come meet teachers, students, staff, families and
administration.Private tours available. Call for an
Our Lady of Mercy School
520 South Oyster Bay Road, Hicksville, NY
Open House - Sunday, January 25th
11:45am - 2:00pm
To arrange a tour at anytime call (516)433-7040
or email [email protected]
Grades 1-8
Nursery Programs, Pre-Kindergarten,
Full Day Kindergarten,
Before and After School Care
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Scout Sunday – February 8th
9:30 Mass
Cub Scout Religious Emblems
Tigers and Wolves (1st and 2nd Graders)
Youth Events for Middle and
High School Teens:
1/16 6:30pm – 10:30pm - Meet at rectory parking
lot for Holy Hour/Dodgeball for a ride and
we’ll drive to St Ignatius of Loyola, Hicksville
Bears and Webelos (3rd through 5th Graders)
1/18 6pm-9pm - SKY meets at school cafeteria
(rear basement entrance) for hockey, pizza,
and faith talk+. We then move Church food
collection to pantry and head down to rectory
youth room by 8:15 to continue with High
School SKY J
1/23 6pm -7pm Music Choir Practice Church
Music Room, Basement. WE NEED YOUTH
SINGERS for our choir!
Cub Scouts who have completed their Emblem
Workbooks – please advise your Pack’s Religious
Coordinator to finalize details. Emblems will be
presented at 9:30 Mass on February 8th, followed
by Hospitality.
All Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, Leaders and
Adults in Scouting are invited to attend in uniform
to celebrate Scout Sunday.
For additional information, please contact your
Pack’s Religious Coordinator or Jeanne Pawlowski
(St. Kilians Parish Cub Scout/Boy Scout Catholic
Emblem Coordinator) (516) 694-9321.
1/24 - Save Date Community Service trip to NYC
to help Hope for Future food Pantry.
Contact DJ for details about that
SATURDAY’S event if available.
1/25 9:30am - Youth Mass in Church (all teens
are invited to sit and sing with us) 8am
rehearsal in church music room
1/25 6pm-9pm - SKY meets at school cafeteria
(rear basement entrance) for hockey, pizza,
and faith talk+. We then move Church food
collection to pantry and head down to rectory
youth room by 8:15 to continue with High
School SKY J
Flu Season
It is that time of the year again. If you have a cold or feel one
coming on, please do not receive from the chalice. Also do not feel
obligated to shake hands at the Sign of Peace; a smile a word and a
wave will do; and do not be offended if someone does not offer their
If you are sick there is no obligation to attend Mass. Personal prayer and reflection on the scriptures is encouraged as well as
viewing the Mass on television. We are all encouraged to use common sense in these matters; to do all that we can to maintain health,
wellness and limit the exposure to infection. Most importantly let’s
keep in our prayers those of our parish community who are ill and are
not able to participate at the liturgy with us.
Contact Youth Minister DJ Schultz:
[email protected] or [email protected] to volunteer
and for any information
Join Sky facebook page@ (Sky) and be a member+
Let us say THANK YOU by supporting their businesses. Please let them know that you saw their ad in
our Parish Bulletin.
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Counseling Information for
Families and Individuals
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:
What blessings you bring to our Church when you
share your Catholic faith as you Serve God by
Serving Others. Your support of the Catholic
Ministries Appeal touches so many of our
neighbors in need, and we are so grateful for your
important participation.
As we begin the 2015 Appeal, I am reminded of
Pope Francis’ call that “amid so much darkness, we
need to see the light of hope and to be men and
women who bring hope to others.” When we come
together to help support these critical ministries,
that is what we are doing – we are dispelling that
darkness and bringing hope and love to more than
600,000 people every year.
You are helping to feed the hungry, provide clothes
and emergency support to the needy, strengthen
parishes throughout our Diocese, help form our
future priests and deacons and provide funding for
Catholic Charities’ outstanding programs and
services. You are also helping to ensure that our
ministries bring Christ’s light to hundreds of
thousands of people in hospitals, colleges and even
our jails.
We hope that you will once again join with me, your
Pastor and many of your neighbors by making a gift
to the 2015 Catholic Ministries Appeal, and if
possible increasing your already generous gift in an
effort to help spread the “light of hope” to even
more people in need.
With prayers and gratitude, I am
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Bishop of Rockville Centre
Living Waters, located on Wolf Hill Road in
Melville, on the grounds of St. Elizabeth Catholic
Church, provides individual and group therapy with
a Christian perspective - 631-754-3990 email:
[email protected]
Our pastor, Father Bruce Powers, besides
his graduate degree in theology from the major
seminary in Huntington, New York, holds a Masters
degree in Pastoral Counseling from St. John’s
University ( M.S. in Ed.). In addition, he has
received certification in substance abuse
counseling from South Oaks Institute in Amityville,
New York. If you would like his counsel on personal
and family difficulties, please contact him at St.
Kilian rectory: 516-249-0127 or email him for an
appointment: [email protected]
Telecare Telethon Time!
The Telecare Telethon is this weekend on Saturday,
January 17th from 2PM -10PM and Sunday, January
18th from 12PM to 10PM. Please tune in on
Cablevision channel 29/137 or Verizon FiOS channel
296 to support our Diocesan Television Station. It
will be 18 hours filled with many guest “stars”
including many of the clergy, religious and dedicated
lay people of our Diocese. Additionally, visits from
some celebrity chefs, musical groups and New York
sports teams will help fuel the enjoyment. Join Msgr.
Jim Vlaun for the 22nd annual Telecare Telethon and
consider making a donation by phone or a secure
donation over the internet at
Marian Healing Ministry
Continuing the Marian Healing Ministry of Fr.
Dennis Kelleher CSsR there will be a Healing Mass at
St. Anastasia’s Church, 45-14 245th St., Douglaston Little Neck, NY 11362, on Tuesday, January 20, 2015.
7:00PM - Rosary, Mass & Healing Service
Celebrant: Fr. Augustine Fernando
Assisted by Deacons Joseph Mercolino, John Dennehy,
Michael Vicinanza. Music: Tony Owen
For information contact St. Anastasia’s Church at 718631-4454. Come and experience the outpouring of the
Holy Spirit, the presence, healing touch and power of
Our Lord Jesus
Christ and the intercession of Mary the Mother of God
and Our Mother.
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Outreach is our parish community’s response to the Gospel call to help those in need.
We serve anyone who lives within our parish boundaries regardless of religion, race or ethnicity.
We are located at 140 Elizabeth Street but our main entrance is in the parking lot facing Conklin Street.
We are also available certain Saturdays by appointment only. Spanish translators are available Tuesdays and Fridays.
For further information please call 516-756-9656
Nina Petersen, Director of Outreach
Thank You!
Our collection of hats, scarves and gloves was a huge success! Thanks to all of you who provided these much-needed
items for the families we service at Outreach
Did you know we offer Employment Assistance (resume writing, interview coaching, job search tips)? Our
Employment Counselor is here Thursdays from 11:00am to 2:30pm. If interested, call for an appointment.
This week our pantry could use the items
listed below. Just drop your donation in
the bin in the gathering space of the
church or bring it to Outreach during our
regular business hours.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, 2/7,
from 5:00pm-7:30pm in the Church
Basement. Volunteers will be here from
Catholic Health Services. Refreshments
will be served J
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness ) FAMILY TO FAMILY
FREE – for family members and friends of persons with major depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, panic or obsessive
compulsive disorder, etc- a series of 12 weekly classes to help caregivers understand and support individuals with serious
mental illness while maintaining their own well-being. STARTING THURSDAYS (3/5 – 5/21) 7:00-9:30PM at Walk In Love
for Jesus Church, 906 Newbridge Rd, N Bellmore. TO REGISTER: [email protected] or 516-326-0797 or Carol at 516-2216168. REGISTRATION and INTERVIEW required. Class is limited to 25.
Catholic Charities is accepting resumes for a Parish Social Ministry Coordinator for Western Nassau Parish.
Coordinator will have the responsibility of promoting the presence and vision of Parish Social Ministry to the parish
and the community at large, engaging the parish community in the ministry; recruiting, training and supervising
volunteers; managing the direct services provided to people in need; identifying community resources; serving as the
parish staff liaison to civic and religious groups in the community; participating in ongoing formation and education
by attending deanery meetings, as well as trainings and convenings offered by Catholic Charities and other
agencies; maintaining records and preparing monthly reports of services. Necessary qualifications and skills: desire
to live the Gospel by serving those in need, knowledge of and commitment to Catholic Social Teaching, experience
with Parish Social Ministry, managerial, organizational and interpersonal skills, computer skills (Word, Excel,
Publisher). Bilingual (Spanish) and bachelor’s degree a plus. Part-time salaried position (25 hours per week); salary
commensurate with education and experience. Resumes of interested individuals should be emailed to:
[email protected]
With grateful hearts, we THANK YOU for helping us to help others!
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Eucharistic Adoration
If you are unable to take part in the actual MARCH FOR LIFE please unite yourself in prayer with
those pilgrims who will represent our parish in this most important effort to restore The
GOSPEL of LIFE in our country and in the world. We need to be sure that each hour will be
covered as the Blessed Sacrament cannot be left unattended. SO, If you are able to to commit
to a certain hour please give us a call at 516-249-6567. Otherwise, please come whenever
your schedule allows. Rosary and Prayers for Life will be recited hourly.
We are trying to locate members of the
Class of 1965 in order to organize a
50 year reunion.
If you were a member of that class, or
you know someone who graduated in 1965, please
contact one of us by email to update your
information. Diane Mihelich - [email protected]
or Carolyn Johnson Coulter [email protected] or Bill Filaski [email protected]
If you do not use email, please call or text Mary
Ahern Macchio at (516)353-8205. Thanks. We
look forward to hearing from you!
1/24 (Sat) - 10:30-11:30AM Prayer vigil outside Planned
Parenthood, 35 Carman’s Rd, Massapequa.
We do this EVERY Sat., Please join us when you
2/8 (Sun) - Pro-Life Meeting 10:30-10:55AM, in the
Green Rm of St. Kilian’s Church Basement. Light
refreshments will be served.
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Please consider joining us and sign up for the 42nd Annual “March For Life” trip to
Washington DC, on Thursday, January 22nd.
We MUST show our politicians that ABORTION IS WRONG and should be
STOPPED! Jesus told us “whatever you did for one of these least brothers [and sisters]
of mine you did for me.” (Matt. 25:40). Join the march this year; our numbers are
St. Kilian Parishioners at last year’s March for Life
The approximate itinerary includes:
5:00AM –
A special mass at St. Benedict’s Chapel
6:00AM –
The bus departs for Washington, DC. We will stop at a rest area in
Delaware for breakfast.
11:00AM -
If time permits, we will stop for a brief visit at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the
Immaculate Conception; the largest Catholic Church in North America
1:30PM -
Proceed to the starting point of the march.
Afterward -
We attend a short prayer session at St. Joseph’s Church on Capitol Hill.
4:00PM –
Board the bus for the return trip home. Therewill be a feast on the bus ride home to
celebrate our efforts.
10:00PM –
(approximate) Return to St. Kilian’s Church.
To sign up, contact: Paul Montenero. Text or Phone: 516-523-0373
Email: [email protected]
Eucharistic Adoration will be offered in St. Benedict Chapel for those who are unable to join in the March in
Washington DC. Please unite yourself in prayer with those pilgrims who will represent our parish in this important
witness to the sacredness of all Human Life. Thursday, January 22nd 9:30AM till 9PM.
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Employment Opportunity
The Parish of St. Elizabeth of Hungary is now interviewing
for a new position, Director of Parish Outreach. The
Outreach Director will coordinate the volunteers (3.g. Core
Workers) who serve the clients who seek parish assistance
through the food pantry and other support services. This is a
part-time position, twenty hours a week. A degree in the
social sciences is required (masters preferred), as well as
experience in parish outreach. Please send cover letter and
resume to Fr. Frank Schneider, 175 Wolf Hill Road, Melville,
NY 11747, or email to [email protected]
St. Dominic High School
For May 2nd SAT Exam
Course will be held on the following Saturdays:
February 28; March 7, 21, & 28; April 18 & 25
9:00am - 11:30am in Marian Hall
Course Fee: $250.00 (includes textbook)
Contact: Mrs. Stutzmann 516-922-4888 x-5241
Separation & Divorce Support Group
An eight week program for those separated or going through
the process of divorce. The program is designed to help men
and women find encouragement as they explore the emotions
and experiences often associated with separation and divorce.
The group meets on Fridays, beginning on January 30 at 7:30pm
at St. William of the Abbot Church, 2000 Jackson Ave., Seaford.
Cost for the eight week program is $20. For further
information please contact Carol Milito at 516-432-2241 or
Rosemarie Cavallaro at 516-528-0655 or email us at
[email protected]
In the Gospel today, Jesus asks “What are you looking for?”
Often we are looking for happiness in very selfish ways, but
we find that when we look for ways to make others happy, it is
then that we truly become happy.
As you place your gift in the Society of St. Vincent
de Paul poor box, know that you ae a sign of God’s love to
those who are suffering and you give them reason to
believe and to trust.
If you are in need of assistance or would like
information about joining or contributing to the Society,
please call 516-473-9562. Leave a message and a phone
number. A member will return your call as soon as possible.
You may visit our website at Please
remember the Poor Boxes at the exits of the church. They
are the Bread Boxes of the poor and hungry.
St. Kilian e-mail
We would like to gather our parishioners e-mail
addresses. This information will remain only with St.
Kilian’s and will be used only for better communication between the rectory and parishioners. If you
would like to submit your email information, please fill
out the form below and drop it in the collection basket
or drop it off in the Rectory.
To Register in the Parish: if you would like to
register in the parish fill out the form below, drop it in
the collection basket and we will mail you a registration form to fill out and mail back to the rectory.
Name _________________________________
Alumni of St. Christopher School - Baldwin
Please join us at St. Christopher School Open House
Sunday, January 25, 2015
10:30am - 1:30pm
Relive memories or your days at St. Christopher’s School renew old friendships - meet teachers and students - share
your memories. Any questions please call Jaime Riecker
Selover 223-0723
WANTED: Catholic men to become a member of “The Sign
of the Cross” Knights of Columbus Council. We are the
“ONLY” Deaf/Hearing Impaired K of C Council in the
World. Hearing men are welcome also. We meet the first
and third Monday of every month in Hicksville. For more
information contact, John Passarella, Grand Knight at
[email protected] or call (516)997-8347
Address: ______________________________
Cell# _________________________________
E-mail Address __________________________
(Please Print E-mail address clearly in upper or
lower case)
St. Kilian Catholic Church
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Ciclos de Fe
Celebremos Los
Todos los Sábados a las 6:15PM.
Ultimos miércoles de cada mes.
Se celebra cada cuarto domingo de
mes, a las 2:00 de la tarde. Es requisito para los papás y
padrinos, atender la clase pre-bautismal, cada tercer miércoles de
mes a las 6:30 PM, en la parte baja de la Iglesia. Por favor llame
a la rectoría para hacer su cita con el sacerdote, para llenar el
formato; usted deberá traer el certificado o registro de nacimiento
de su niño. Los niños de 6 años ó más, deberán asistir a las
clases de catequesis regular.
PADRINOS: Deben ser católicos, con los Sacramentos de
Bautismo, Comunión y Confirmación; solteros ó casados por la
Iglesia. Deben traer una notificación indicando que están
registrados o son miembros de la Parroquia, en donde viven ó
adonde asisten a misa. No pueden ser padrinos las personas que
tienen parejas sin haberse casados por la Iglesia.
Deben haber recibido los Sacramentos de Bautismo, Comunión y
Confirmación ó estar asistiendo a las clases regulares de
Educación Religiosa ó RICA (Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para
invitamos a una preparación espiritual de conversión a la fé
católica. Favor comunicarse con la Hna: Reina Vásquez
(631)902-9969. Las clases iniciarán en septiembre.
Es necesario hacer una entrevista con el Sacerdote ó Diácono de
la Parroquia con 6 meses de anticipación, para la celebración de
su boda. Es imprescindible que todas las parejas, asistan a PRECANA (charlas pre-matrimoniales), para poder casarse. Para
mayor información, llamar a la Rectoría (516)-249-0127 ext.129
P. Antonio o hablar con él, después de la Misa, los sábados.
Todos los miércoles de 6:00 a 9:00 PM, en el Grupo de Oración.
Lugar: Cafetería.
Llamar a la Rectoría, inmediatamente en caso de emergencia o
enfermedad, para que la persona reciba los Sacramentos
necesarios. (516)- 249-0127 Ext. 129 Padre Antonio.
18 de Enero de 2015
2º Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
El domingo pasado celebramos el bautismo del
Señor. En el Evangelio de hoy Juan indica a sus
discípulos quien era Jesús: “Este es el Cordero de
Dios”. Bastó eso para que los discípulos lo siguieran
y pasaran el día con Jesús. Llamada o vocación,
como desees llamarle, pero lo cierto es que Dios nos
llama a todos y en todos los tiempos. Así lo
experimentó Samuel mil años antes de Cristo, así
como los primeros discípulos después del bautismo
de Jesús. Si leemos la Biblia con atención, nos
daremos cuenta de que Dios ha llamado a personas
de todas las edades y condiciones. Es decir, llama a
pobres y ricos por igual. El dilema es la respuesta.
Unas personas responden rápidamente y otras
necesitan más tiempo. ¿Tú cómo respondes?
La vocación tiene cuatro puntos clave. El primero es
el llamado. El segundo es el encuentro. “[Jesús] se
volvió hacia ellos, y viendo que lo seguían, les
preguntó: ‘¿Qué buscan?’” La vocación tiene una
estructura de relación personal entre Dios y cada
uno. Así ha sido en todos los tiempos. Jesús facilita
el encuentro. “¿Dónde vives, Rabí?” “Vengan a ver”.
El tercer momento es el seguimiento. Es decir, debe
haber un proceso vocacional —o seguimiento libre—
donde exista una responsabilidad de relación
permanente con él. El cuarto punto es la misión.
Dios nos llama, y si existe una respuesta
inmediatamente, confía la misión. “Deja tu país, a tu
parentela y la casa de tu padre” (Gn 12, 1). Jesús
nos llama hoy a ser sus discípulos. ¿Cómo
respondemos? Puede existir el llamado a ser
esposos fieles, consagrarse al sacerdocio o vida
religiosa, o vivir como laicos comprometidos. Por
último, ¿cómo respondemos al llamado de la fe?
(Renovación Carismática) Todos los miércoles de 7 a 9:30 PM en
la cafetería Y la Santa Misa, en la Iglesia, los últimos miércoles de
cada mes a las 7:00 P.M.
Se reúnen todos los sábados, después de Misa. Para
información, hablar con Nelson (516)351-8913/ Erlin (631)7051229.
St. Kilian Catholic Church

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