SAINT GABRIEL Roman Catholic Church May 13, 2018 Rev. William M. Quinlan, JD, JCL, Pastor Deacon Larry Buzzeo
Deacon Joe Viola
Maryanne Didelot ~ Director of Religious Education First Communion Catechist ~ Joseph Rainone Jr.
First Eucharist May 5, 2018
SAINT GABRIEL PARISH
Stamford, Connecticut I have told you this so that you might have peace in me. In the world you will have trouble, but take courage, I have conquered the world. John 16:33
May 12, 2018 Charlie Schenarts ( Betty & Family) SUNDAY May 13, 2018 9:00 AM Elia Pochette (Lebert Pochette) 11:00AM Robert Pierce (His Mom & Family) MONDAY May 14, 2018 8:00AM Rita Baranowski (The DeVito Family) TUESDAY May 15, 2018 8:00AM Josephine Marino (Vera Gardell) WEDNESDAY May 16, 2018 8:00 AM Louis & Lucille Marcucci)) (Joseph Rainone, Jr) THURSDAY May 17, 2018 8:00AM Our Parish FRIDAY 8:00AM SATURDAY 4:00PM SUNDAY 9:00 AM 11:00AM
May 18, 2018 No Mass May 19, 2018 Thomas Pesce ( His Family) May 20,2018 Joseph Rainone (His Son) Colette Beirne (Alice & Gina)
Mary Somers, Michael Pratt, Phil Totilo, Tamika Anderson, Mary Brundage, Nick Pensiero, Hunter Alderman, Joe Somma, Brian Dubbink, Douglas Katz, Alice Carella, Joe Butler, Marcello Fiorenza, Christopher Hoeppner, Amanda Lamb, Kaitlyn Piombino, Madeline Arnold , Kevin Thomes , Barbara Russo, Lucy Scofield, Butch D’Agostino , Lori Ciccarelli, little Tristan Evans, Doris & Walter Casey and Betsy McKenny.
At all the masses since Easter we have been working our way through the Acts of the Apostles and the Gospel of Saint John. The theme is consistent, and culminates in the Lord's statement to the Apostles: “I have told you this so that you might have peace in me. In the world you will have trouble, but take courage, I have conquered the world.” The Lord makes clear to us that He is with us through the gift of the Spirit, and that he does not abandon us. He reminds us that we will be challenged and have difficulty in the world, and that we should not see adversity as punishment, but rather as something which unites us to the Lord and His offering on the cross. I have included here the symbol of the Carthusian Order. It is a Triumphant Cross, it represents Christ's triumph over the world. In prayer, especially when we contemplate the mystery, we are to take comfort in the Faith that our Lord has conquered evil and death, and that His Cross remains firm as the world turns [Stat Crux dum volvitur orbis]. Love and Peace, Fr. Liam Quinlan
We welcome Victoria Claps, daughter of Joseph and Christina Claps, into the Catholic Church. She became a member through the Sacrament of Baptism. May God bless Victoria and her family.
Candle Memorials Week of May 12, 2018 Vigil Lamp for Our Lady– Robert Pierce By His Family Sanctuary Lamp –Marylou Ortega By Her Family Sanctuary Lamp –Mitzi Chanbers By Her Family
Seventh Sunday of Easter Religious Education Registration Forms 2018/2019 To be mailed out in June Questions? Maryanne Didelot at 203-329-2707 email@example.com
May 13, 2018 Basilica of St. John the Evangelist Parish Hall… Book Signing & Talk Wednesday, May 16th 7PM– 9PM “One Beautiful Dream” by Jennifer Fulwiler Bring your book or buy your book at the talk. Questions, contact: Lisa Kotasek at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beloved, if God so loved us, we must also love one another. (1 Jn 4:11) LIVE THE LITURGY Prayer is essential to Christian living and decision making. The goal of prayer is really rather simple. By prayer we can deepen our love and desire for God and increase our knowledge and understanding of God's unconditional love for us. Prayer is not about acquiring this or that or convincing God to act on our behalf. Prayer is the way we begin the process of change, of coming to see as God sees and realize that God's presence permeates all God has created. If we strive to develop this life of prayer, then Jesus naturally will become our way, our truth and our life. We can then live in the world as he would live in the world.
St. Gabriel Offering Weekly Goal: $5,000
New Covenant Center Food Pantry Wish List MOST NEEDED ITEMS Jelly Tuna Canned Soup (Progresso; Chicken Noodle) Canned Black Beans (Small) GENERAL ITEMS NEEDED Tea Bag –Small box Sugar-Small bag Canned Pasta ( Ravioli, Spaghetti & Meat Balls) Canned Fruit (Small) Dry Black Beans (Small) Flour (Small bag) Kindly place bagged food items in the box in the Church Lobby. Thank you!
Weekly Envelope Offering: $3,974 Weekly Online Giving: $870. To register for Online Giving please go to www.saintgabrielchurch.org or https://www.osvonlinegiving.com/1850
2018 ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL Parish Goal: $57,000 To date: $40,851 Number of Participating Families: 99 Thank you for your generosity.
“Thank you!” to our parishioner, Javier Flores, (www.solutionsjj.com) for maintaining our Saint Gabriel Parish website! EWTN Radio is coming to our Diocese! Visit www.veritascatholic.com to learn more about this apostolate dedicated to bringing faithful, entertaining Catholic programming to our community.
Saint Gabriel Parish, Stamford CT