SAINT GABRIEL Roman Catholic Church 914 Newfield Avenue Stamford, CT 06905
Rev. William M. Quinlan, JD, JCL, Pastor
Deacon Larry Buzzeo Deacon Joe Viola Rectory:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.saintgabrielchurch.org Rectory Hours: Mon—Friday 9:00AM—1:30PM
MASS SCHEDULE WEEKENDS Saturday 4:00 P.M. Sunday 9:00 A.M. & 11:00 A.M. WEEKDAYS Monday - Thursday 8 A.M. (No Daily Mass on Friday except on Holy Days) HOLY DAYS Vigil 6:00 P.M., The Day 8:00 A.M. & 6:00 P.M. CONFESSIONS Saturday 3 P.M. to 3:45 P.M. BAPTISM: Sundays following 11AM Mass— Please call the Rectory to make arrangements WEDDINGS: Arrangements to be made at least six months prior to the wedding MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA: Every Monday following 8:00 A.M. Mass HOLY ROSARY: Sunday at 10:40 AM, before the 11A.M. Mass
PASTORAL STAFF AND ORGANIZATIONS Fr. Liam Quinlan Maryanne Didelot
Pastor - FrQuinlan@diobpt.org Director of Religious Education
203-322-7426 203-329-1978 email@example.com or 203-329-2707 Katya Syrochkina Organist and Choir Master 203-322-7426 Kaye Gill Senior Circle - Tuesday - 1- 4 PM 203-322-7910 Joe Somma Men’s Group 203-322-3622 Pray For... Contact the Parish Office 203-322-7426 Paul Salvatore Finance Board President 203-322-2790 Ms. Abbey Camillery Principal –Catholic Academy of Stamford-Upper School 203-322-7383
SAINT GABRIEL PARISH
Stamford, Connecticut Dear Parishioners, On Saturday, June 9th I offered the Mass of the Immaculate Heart of Mary for your intentions. Let us remain united especially in prayer to Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart. Please offer the following prayer:
June 9, 2018 Ralph Tartaglia
SUNDAY 9:00 AM
June 10, 2018 Monsignor Peter Dora
(His Wife, Sally)
(Joseph Rainone, Jr.)
Mairead Corbett (Norrie & Family)
June 11, 2018 St. Barnabas Nicholas Macca (Marilyn Jordan)
Immaculate Heart of Mary, full of love for God and mankind, and of compassion for sinners, I consecrate myself to you. I entrust to you the salvation of my soul. May my heart be ever united with yours, so that I may hate sin, love God and my neighbor, and reach eternal life with those whom I love. May I experience the kindness of your motherly heart and the power of your intercession with Jesus during my life and at the hour of my death. Amen. Love and Peace, Fr. Liam Quinlan
June 12, 2018 William Mulqueen (Frances Buzzeo & Lucille Bellwood)
WEDNESDAY June 13, 2018 8:00 AM Albert Sanz
St. Anthony of Padua
(Betty & Tom Daley)
June 14, 2018 Our Parish
FRIDAY 8:00AM SATURDAY 4:00PM
June 15, 2018 No Mass June 16, 2018 Monsignor Peter Dora (Vera Gardell) June 17, 2018 Jane Guinta (Family) Henry Correa (Family)
SUNDAY 9:00 AM 11:00AM
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, Betsy McKenny and Delores Vitanza.
We remember in our prayers, Dorothy DiBatista Hortense Baffa who recently died. May they rest in the peace of
Candle Memorials -Week of June 9th Vigil Lamp for Our Lady — Luigi Masi 9th Anniversary By Tom & Ann Verrastro
10th Sunday in Ordinary Time
June 10, 2018
RECOGNIZE GOD IN YOUR ORDINARY MOMENTS I have coached all three of my children in soccer at some time in their lives. I loved teaching them and their teammates the importance of functioning as one unit. If we were not all moving together toward victory, we would all find ourselves together in defeat. We used to go through one drill I called the "human foosball." We would scrimmage with players in lines like on a foosball table. If you ever got too far behind or too far ahead of those in your line, play would stop and the ball would go to the other team. The goal was to help build an awareness of where your teammates were on the pitch and to teach the lesson that no one player is a team onto themselves.
Religious Education Registration 2018/2019 Forms have been mailed.
New families please call/email Children attending Catholic school must register for First Communion & Confirmation prep
Register Promptly to take advantage of the Early Bird Discount !
Questions? Maryanne Didelot 203-329-2707 firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL As disciples and stewards, we sometimes find ourselves far behind or maybe even too far ahead. As a consequence, our actions either hinder the ability of the Body of Christ to evangelize and pass on the faith to a new generation or present the Church as an entity that sees itself as judgmental or too holy to be in the world. We are called to community, and in that community, we must be aware of our brothers and sisters in the faith. At times, we need to help them grow in their faith. Other times, we need to slow down and realize that we cannot change the world on our own. We all have unique gifts we are called to share, and we can only bear true witness to the power of the Body of Christ when we are all moving together and making each other strong. -Tracy Earl Welliver, MTS
God knows me and calls me by name...He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another.
Elementary Formation supports parish, school and all sacramental Catechetical programs that provide religious formation for children ages 5 – 13 and their families. We also provide assistance, direction and ongoing training for Catechetical leaders and pastors responsible for directing parish elementary Catechesis. This is done through days of formation, parish visits, program assessments and ongoing consultation of catechetical programs from development to implementation including assisting with Catechist selection, training and certification. “There is nothing more exciting than assisting those in parish Catechetical Ministry to engage their students in meeting and experiencing the person of Jesus Christ! That is why we are here…to support those who inspire faith development in those they serve.” Rose TalbotBabey, Coordinator of Childhood Faith Formation. Saint Gabriel Parish Goal: $ 57,000 To date: $ 50,141 Number of Participating Families: 144 Thank you for your generosity! EWTN Radio is coming to our diocese! Visit www.veritascatholic.com to learn more..
-John Henry Cardinal Newman
Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County
St. Gabriel Offering Weekly Goal: $5,000 6/3/18 Weekly Envelope Offering: Weekly Online Giving:
$ 4,931 $ 825.
Online Giving helps you maintain your giving even if you cannot be here at Mass. This also helps the parish streamline our cash flow, especially during vacation times. To register for Online Giving please go to www.saintgabrielchurch.org or https://www.osvonlinegiving.com/1850 Thank you for your generosity !
MOST NEEDED ITEMS Peanut Butter —Grape Jelly Canned Tuna —Canned Chicken Progresso Soups —Breakfast Cereals Canned Black Beans—Pork & Beans— Dried Beans —Pasta—Jarred Spaghetti Sauce GENERAL ITEMS NEEDED Powdered Milk—Parmalat Milk Macaroni & Cheese—Applesauce Canned Pasta ( Ravioli, Spaghetti & Meat Balls) Canned Fruit —Juices Flour –Sugar--Ground Coffee—Tea Bags Kindly place bagged food items in the box in the Church Lobby. Thank you!
Saint Gabriel Parish, Stamford CT