Our Lady Of Mount Carmel Historic Catholic Church Serving the community since 1894
APRIL 14, 2013 Address:
3549 Navajo Street Denver, CO 80211 Phone: (303) 455-0447 Fax: (303) 455-5487 Parish Hall: (303) 433-1049 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.ourladymountcarmel.com Pastoral Staff Rev. Hugh M. Guentner, OSM Pastor Crystal Peccia Religious Education Shaun Steavenson Minister of Music
Denise Walton Bill Coffey Barbara Iacovetta Steve Luciano
Support Staff Business Manager Facilities Manager Secretary/Bulletin Sacristan
In Residence Rev. Gabriel M. Weber, OSM Rev. Gabriel M. Ramacciotti, OSM Rev. Mark M. Franceschini, OSM WORSHIP SCHEDULE SATURDAY: 4:00 PM ANTICIPATED MASS SUNDAY: 7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, and 11:00 AM MON.-FRI.: 7:30 AM SATURDAY: 8:00 AM
VISION STATEMENT It is our vision at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, a Catholic Community, led by Jesus and empowered by the Holy Spirit, to proclaim and live the Gospel. We accomplish this through our shared Baptism, celebrations of the sacraments, prayer, hospitality and service to others. Visitors and New Parishioners, WELCOME! If you came as a visitor and would like to join Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, please return the information below by dropping it in the offertory basket. Full Name:_______________________________ Address:________________________________ City:____________________ Zip____________ E-mail:__________________________________ ..
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OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL Food for Faith Living from the desk of Fr. Mark Because our Lord’s Resurrection is the heart of a living faith, the church celebrates an entire season centering on the post-resurrection revelations experienced by the Apostles and disciples. We see our human condition expressed clearly as they felt joy, fear, bewilderment, doubt, disbelief and wonder. It is only through these times spent with them that Jesus brings them to understand the meaning and purpose of His life and its fulfillment through the Mystery of the Cross, a brutal death which leads to a Risen Life! This is His glory and ever leaves the human family in awe and wonder, a truth beyond comprehension! We come to understand its meaning the same way the Apostles did: it takes Jesus Himself and the gift of the Holy Spirit to pierce our darkness and confusion. It is the process of reaching the conviction of believing in this mystery, God’s eternal, unconditional and intimate love for each and every member of the human family past, present and future! So, we are invited to understand because we are free to do otherwise. God’s respect for us is expressed in giving us freedom. Only when we come to a realization and appreciation of God’s love do we see the wisdom of God: we had to be free to achieve this; otherwise, it wouldn’t mean a thing! This isn’t something which happens on its own. The foolish take it for granted and settle for knowing the answers to questions and obeying the rules of ritual religion. They have neither opened their hearts and minds to God’s Spirit in order to understand what believing calls us to do and be. This truth is found in every appearance of Jesus: recall Thomas and his doubts. He sees and believes! Jesus says: “Blessed are they who have not seen and have believed.” That’s you and me and countless millions,. This week’s Gospel brings this to light in another fashion. Peter and the others return home and resume their livelihood as fishermen. Jesus appears, asks about their catch and tells them to cast their nets anew: They catch a net full! In so doing, they realize: “It’s the Lord!” They are in awe and silent while sharing breakfast. Jesus speaks to Peter: “Do you love Me?” Peter responds to the question asked again and again with a ‘yes’. When Jesus invites Peter to follow Him, He said he’d catch people, not fish. Now He sends Peter and all out into the world to “feed His sheep”, all those of us who follow the Good Shepherd! Like them, we are invited to share the Lord’s table and to go forth living our faith and hope by our freely choosing to love each other. Do we believe?
APRIL 6 & 7 = $5,721.00
Saturday, April 13 - Anticipated Sun. Mass 4:00 pm- +Annette Londino/Mary Ann Distefano Sunday, April 14 - Third Sunday of Easter 7:00 am- Our Parishioners 9:00 am- +Antonio & Elena Palmeri/Mike Smaldone 11:00 am- +Dolores Hunt/M & M George Mazzotti Monday, April 15 7:30 am- +Grace ‘Marranzino’ Brienza/Sharyn & Larry Griffith Tuesday, April 16 7:30 am- +Nick Grano/Edith Falasco Wednesday, April 17 7:30 am- +Alex A. Iacovetta/Mike Somma Thursday, April 18 7:30 am- +Gloria Aguilar & Lonicia Venegas/Rita Carrillo Friday, April 19 7:30 am- +Nick Grano/Rich Sabell Saturday, April 20 8:00 am- +Grace ‘Marranzino’ Brienza/ Elaine Gerk 4:00 pm- +Jim Dodaro/Sister, Frances Sunday, April 21 - 4th Sunday of Easter 7:00 am- Our Parishioners 9:00 am- +Jess Caruso/Gloria & Family 11:00 am- +Josephine Parisi/Frank & Judy Vessa SICK LIST
Paula ‘Seno” Lyon*Cheryl Carlson*Leonard Piccolo*Adilynn *Katherine Thomasson*Mary & Dwain Spreier & Family *Helen Philips*Katie Gallegos*Tammy Pullano*Cynthia Falbo *Myrtle & Frank Amato*Lela Casa*Jerry Canzona *Sandy Moses*Cris Brumaugh*Rosemary Zamboni *Steve Zipperle*John Winczewski*Natalie Martinez *Don Hendricks*Millie Zarlengo*Cynthia Ramirez *Linda Marinaro*Margie Lee*Meta Schneringer*Rodney Rodriguez *Carolyn & Tom Figliolino*Paula Sabell*Brandy Peonio Jay Kettleson*Firemen*Police*Military Personal
REST IN PEACE
Mass is celebrated in Italian the first Sunday of each month at 9:00 am. A Cultural Reception is celebrated in the Parish Hall after the Mass. BAPTISMS 2013 Baptisms are scheduled quarterly on the following Sundays at 12 Noon: January 13th, April 14th, July 14th & October 13th. Baptismal class is mandatory. You must make arrangements with the priest first. Classes are on the Thursday, January 10th, April 11th, July 11th, October 10th at 7:00 pm in the Parish Office. MARRIAGE A wedding may be scheduled after a consultation
with a priest or deacon. Please call the rectory for an appointment. Please notice preparation is eight months to a year. RECONCILIATION Saturday: 3:30-4:00 pm or by appointment with Confessor. ANOINTING OF THE SICK Upon request. Please call the rectory. FUNERALS Please call the office before arrangements are made. ..
Eva ‘Lombardi’ Baiamonte Virginia “Asnicar’ DeAndrea Pasquale Massimino
Archdiocese of Denver Website: www.archden.org
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS CONGRATULATIONS & WELCOME to Mary Rae Van Hoesen & Tamara Kay Tabb SUNDAY, APRIL 14 who were received into the Roman Catholic Church on Holy Saturday, March 30, 2013. 8:30 am - Children’s Choir And to Mary Rae Van Hoesen, Tamara Kay Tabb and Jeffery Neal Metcalf who received meet in the Church the Sacraments of Confirmation and Holy Eucharist at the Holy Saturday Vigil. 9:00 am - Altar & Rosary Corporate Communion & Mass Meeting follows in the hall Lord we Pray: that our desires may strive daily to (dues collected at Mtg.) accomplish Your will. MONDAY, APRIL 15 2:00 pm - STVDP Meeting ALTAR & ROSARY We are having our February meeting this weekend. We start at the 9:00 am Mass & Corporate Communion and meet in the Hall after Mass. We will be TUESDAY, APRIL 16 collecting dues at this meeting. Please join us as we will also be taking nominations for 4:00 pm - Prayers the election of our officers'. (use side door of church) 6:00 pm - Pastoral Council CELEBRATING THE COMPLETION OF OUR RENOVATION Please join our celebration in the Hall on Saturday, April 20th, from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 We will be celebrating the fact that our renovation is completed and that we are back in the Church. We hope this will be a well attended function and hope that everyone will have a 6:30 pm - Choir Practice wonderful time. THURSDAY, APRIL 18 6:30-8:00 pm - Religious Ed, hall 7:00 pm - RCIA, office SATURDAY, APRIL 20 5:00 - 8:00 pm Church Renovation Celebration in the hall Join us! SUNDAY, APRIL 21 World Day of Prayer for Vocations
In the April edition of the ‘Andiamo’ it states that there will be an unveiling of our renovated Church. Instead we will have a celebration on April 20th in the Hall from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm.. RESPECT LIFE
We pray to the Lord for all shepherds of religious congregations to support, in word and deed, the right to life.
STVP Parish offerings for March were $706 and the Lenten soup $47.71. Another $76 for Lenten Soup was deposited early April. Rent/Motel made up expenses of $1,201.98. We cannot ‘thank you’ enough for your monetary assistance. Volunteers that work with the poor deal with a multitude of issues and, of necessity, must make difficult on-the-spot decisions. There is never enough money but an abundance of frustration. For each client assisted, many are turned away with only referrals. All agencies have this problem. We also need your prayers!
The Archdiocese Collection for the Archbishop’ Catholic Appeal (ACA) is in full swing. You should receive your information packet in the mail soon. Please pray over your potential contribution. May God bless you for your consideration.
Join the Assumption Catholic School and Parish for their Black & Indian Missions & Catholic Home Missions are collected on April 21st. Please annual Brown Bag Social! Sat., be as generous as possible. May God Bless You for your kindness. April 20th from 6-9 pm in the school gym. The Assumption School gym is located on the northeast corner of 78th and York.
Spring Study Day May 6-7, at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center & St. Pius X Parish in Pueblo, CO. Contact: Tony Schoenberger at Tony.Schoenberger@archden.org for more information. Catholic Young Adult Sports Basketball Tournament for 14 and up - Apr. 26-28. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Country 2-Step Lessons - Apr. 29th–May 20th. Online www.CatholicYoungAdultSports.com or call Paul 720-988-9632. Sacred Music Symposium at Regis University April 20th from 9 am–3 pm. Pre–registration deadline April 15. Call 303-715-3156 or visit www.archden.org/liturgy or email email@example.com. Year of Faith Pilgrimage Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine in Mexico City on Aug. 29Sept. 3, 2013. Call Luis Soto 303-295-9470 ext. 100/e-mail-Luis.Soto@archden.org or “Good friends are hard to Karna Swanson 303-715-3230/e-mail-Karna.Swanson@archden.org. find, harder to leave and Monsignor Ken Leone & Fr. John Lager invite all women to the Women’s Journey weekend retreat to be held at the Crowne Plaza in Colorado Springs on Apr. 26-28. Call impossible to forget.” Barbara at 303-280-2305 or firstname.lastname@example.org before April 12th. -Anonymous ..