Bulletin 03-13-11

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					                                                              PASTORAL TEAM
                                                              Rev. Jim Angert, T.O.R., Pastor
                                                              Rev. Patrick Donahoe, T.O.R., Parochial Vicar
                                                              Rev. Timothy Harris, T.O.R., Parochial Vicar
                                                              Rev. Alberto Bueno, T.O.R., Parochial Vicar

                                                              ROOM/HALL RENTALS - PRIVATE BOOKINGS
                                                              Call Mr. Danny Rucker - 703-880-4340

                                                              PARISH OFFICES - Hours - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Monday - Friday
                                                              CHURCH OFFICE: 703-880-4300, FAX: 703-880-4320
                                                              Facility Superintendent: Mr. Danny Rucker     703-880-4340
                                                              Kitchen Manager:         Mr. Jim Klenk        703-880-4312
                                                              Network/IT:              Mr. Mark Rabideau    703-880-4356
                                                              Finance Administrator: Ms. Teresa Westhues 703-880-4313
                                                              Finance Assistant:       Mrs. Cynthia McLaren 703-880-4355
                                                              Music Director:          Mrs. Alice Eelman    703-880-4321
                                                              Secretaries:             Mrs. Jeanne Nappier  703-880-4304
                                                                                       Mrs. Mary Kirby      703-880-4302
                                                                                       Mrs. Lisa Kimpflen   703-880-4303

                                                              NEW PARISHIONERS: All are welcome! Please call or
                                                              register at the Church Office

                                                                          St. Joseph Church
                                                                         750 Peachtree Street
                                                                          Herndon, VA 20170
                                                                    For church and school website:
         Feast Day of St. Joseph—March 19th
                                                              EUCHARISTIC ADORATION:
                                                              Wednesdays in the Church 7-9 p.m.
                                                              CONFESSIONS: Saturday: 3:30 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.
MASS SCHEDULE                                                 Eve of First Fridays: 6:30 p.m.
Saturday Vigil Masses:     5:00, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Masses:             7:00, 8:30, 10:00, 11:30 a.m.,     BULLETIN DEADLINE: The deadline for copy material is ten
                           1:00 p.m., 3:30 p.m. (Spanish)     days before the Sunday it will appear. Please submit material in
                           5:00 p.m.                          writing or via e-mail.
Daily Masses:              6:30, 8:00 a.m. Monday through     RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA):
                           Saturday                           Classes begin in September and are held Tuesday evenings at
Eve of Holy Day:           5:00, 7:30 p.m.                    7:00 p.m. in Parish meeting rooms. Watch for details in the bul-
Holy Day Masses:           6:30, 8:00 a.m., 12:00 Noon,       letin.
                           5:00, 7:30 p.m.
                                                              MARRIAGE: Arrangements must begin at least (6) months in
                                                              advance of the date of the wedding. This is a Diocesan require-
                                                              ment. Call the Church Office for an appointment.
          RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES                         BAPTISMS: Every Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in the church. Instruc-
              CCD Office - 703-880-4305                       tion takes place at the time of baptism. Call the Church Office at
Secretary: Mrs. Rhonda Nemmers, 703-880-4305                  least one month in advance. For parishioners who are asked to
September - May                                               be Godparents either in the Parish, or outside the Parish, please
                                                              contact the Church Office no less than 3 weeks before the event
Grades K-4                   Pre-School                       takes place to see if you meet the Diocesan requirements.
Saturday 9:00-10:15 a.m.     Ages 3-5
Grades 5-8                   Sunday during
Monday 7:15 - 8:30 p.m.      the 10:00 a.m. Mass                 St. Joseph - National Blue Ribbon School
                                                                         OFFICE: 703-880-4350, FAX: 703-880-4320
Tuesday 7:15 - 8:30 p.m.                                                     Grade School K-8
                                                                        Principal:     Mrs. Joan Cargill
                     YOUTH MINISTRY                                     Secretaries:   Mrs. Mary Lewis
Director of Youth Ministry: Mr. David Bristow, 703-880-4309                            Mrs. Barbara Beech
High School Youth - Grades –9-12                                        Office Aide:   Mrs. Debbie Lizama
Jr. High School Youth - Grades 7-8                                  Website: www.sjcherndon.org/sjs
ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH                              Visit us on our website!
HERNDON, VIRGINIA                               http://www.sjcherndon.org                                      March 13, 2011

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK                                           1. Because of the Men’s Conference, there will be No
                                                                   Confessions on Saturday, March 19th at 3:30 p.m. There will be
Monday, March 14                                                   Confessions on Saturday, March 19th at 8:30 p.m.
6:30 a.m. + Loretta Moran by The Mahoney Family                        2. Thank you for your support of the Bishop’s Lenten
8:00 a.m. + James Colmer, Jr. by Leonor Von Stone                  Appeal. As a parish family, you have given $98,827 thus far
12:15 p.m. + Ruth E. Veri by The Klinker Family                    which is 42% of our parish goal of $235,000.
Tuesday , March 15                                                     3. Our Lenten Parish Mission will take place each
6:30 a.m. + Rose Weaver by Janet & Debbie Devine                   Wednesday during Lent from 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in the
8:00 a.m. + Edith Razze by The Howard Family                       church. The theme this year will be: “Why Gather For Mass”.
12:15 p.m. + William Brien by David & Mary Lewis                   Please check the bulletin for details.
Wednesday, March 16                                                    4. The men of the parish are highly encouraged to attend the
6:30 a.m. + Miriam Duncan by Paul & Maeve Ryan                     Men’s Conference here at our St. Joseph Parish Hall this
8:00 a.m. + Wilson Farr by Celeste & Joe Aquilino                  Saturday, March 19th, from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Join men from
12:15 p.m. + Ed Brocke by The Oswald Family                        around the diocese for this life-giving conference. Please read
Thursday, March 17                                                 the insert in this week’s bulletin containing all the details.
6:30 a.m. + Tom Wertz by Fred & Joan Gray                              5. This Thursday, March 17th, we celebrate the Feast of St.
8:00 a.m + Theresa Lumsden by Dave & Mary Lewis                    Patrick. Just as he converted the
12:15 p.m. + Edmond Cahalane by Mary Cahalane                      gorgeous emerald island of Ireland,
Friday, March 18                                                   may we also joyfully share our faith
6:30 a.m. - Joseph Van Norman by Joe Giambrone                     with others and invite them to become
8:00 a.m. + Barbara Fisher by Stan & Betty Ogozalek                members of our beautiful Catholic
12:15 p.m. + Julia Carlucci by Sandra Cannon                       faith. As many will wear green this
Saturday, March 19                                                 Thursday, may God’s love be present
6:30 a.m. - Joseph Franco by The Franco Family                     in all of our hearts. St. Patrick taught
8:00 a.m + Jere Richardson by The Rother Family                    the Irish about the belief in the Trinity
5:00 p.m. - Special Intention by John & Joanne Schilling           by showing people the shamrock, a 3-
7:30 p.m. + Kathaleen Holmes by Tom Keppel                         leaved clover, using it to highlight the Christian belief of three
Sunday, March 20                                                   persons in one God. The meaningful “Breastplate” prayer of
7:00 a.m. + Paul Smith by Marilyn Wolfe                            St. Patrick is as follows:
8:30 a.m. + Helena Szulc by The Kuzmicki Family                        “Christ shield me today so that there may come to me
10:00 a.m. + George & Anna Palaszczuk by The Palaszczuk Family         abundance of reward. Christ with me, Christ before
11:30 a.m. - Living & Deceased Parishioners of St. Joseph Parish       me, Christ behind me, Christ in me, Christ beneath
 1:00 p.m + Joseph & May Gorayeb by Helene Gorayeb                     me, Christ above me, Christ on my right, Christ on my
 3:30 p.m. - Spanish Mass                                              left, Christ when I lie down, Christ when I sit down,
 5:00 p.m. + Ed Brocke by Mary Beth Pittinger                          Christ when I arise, Christ in the heart of every
                                                                       person who thinks of me, Christ in the mouth of
                                                                       everyone who speaks of me, Christ in every eye that
                                                                       sees me, Christ in every ear that hears me. Amen.”
          St. Joseph Parish                                        As St. Patrick was inspired to share his faith in Christ with
                                                                   others, may St. Patrick be an inspiration to us to likewise
      A Lenten Spiritual Journey                                   share our faith with others.
                                                                       6. This Saturday our Masses in honor of St. Joseph will be
       “Why Gather for Mass?”                                      at 6:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. Also, Bishop Loverde will be here
  Wednesday Evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Church                     for the Men’s Conference and will have Mass in our church at
                                                                   2:30 p.m. for the men who will be attending the conference.
     Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament                           As we grow in our devotion to St. Joseph, we trust his
        Songs, Readings from Scripture                             powerful intercession. St. Joseph is a model of faith and love
   Reflections by the Friars and Parishioners                      as he was the head of the holiest family ever to live on earth.
                   Benediction                                     A prayer to St. Joseph is as follows:
                                                                        “O Blessed Saint Joseph, faithful guardian and
Mar 16 - Gestures and Symbols at Mass       Fr. Patrick                provider, to whom God entrusted Jesus and Mary, I
                                        & Joyce Brennan                implore you by the love which you did bear them, to
Mar 23 - The Word of God at Mass            Fr. Timothy                help me grow in love for Jesus and Mary as you loved
Mar 30 - The Eucharistic Prayer and Remembrance                        them, so that I may always serve the Lord and grow in
                                            Fr. Alberto                holiness. Amen.”
Apr 6 - Sharing the Body of Christ at Mass Fr. Jim                     Please know that my love and prayers are with you and
Apr 13 - Sent Forth from Mass: Living the Mass                     your families.
                                            Fr. Patrick                                                  Fr. Jim, T.O.R., Pastor
ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH                                Telephone: 703-880-4300
HERNDON, VIRGINIA                                  FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT                                            March 13, 2011

               THE YOUTH CORNER                                            National Study of Youth and Religion (NSYR)
            “Revolving Our Lives Around Christ”                       Mr. Kevin Bohli, Director of Youth Ministry for the Diocese
             Visit us at www.sjcherndon.org/youth                     of Arlington, to Speak to All Parents of Teenagers: If you are
“Learning to Sacrifice” – Sunday, Mar. 13th: As we move               a parent of a teenager, please join us on Sunday, March 20th
                      into Lent, teens will work together in          from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall for an informative
                      teams to learn the meaning of Christian         presentation by Mr. Kevin Bohli about the recent findings of the
                      sacrifice. The night will incorporate           National Study of Youth and Religion (NSYR). The NSYR was
                      certain real life scenarios for the youth to    a major study conducted in 2004 about teenagers and their faith
                      engage as well as discussion on how             and in part centered on practices relating to a parent’s influence
                      sacrifice relates to holiness. Dinner will      in raising faithful adolescents. It promises to be a highly
be served. The meeting begins in Parish Hall C at 6:00 p.m.           informative and engaging presentation. To register, please
and goes to 8:00 p.m. For more information on our program,            contact Mr. David Bristow at 703.880.4309/
or to be on our email list, please contact Mr. David Bristow,         D.bristow@sjcherndon.org. Spaces are limited. This event is
Director of Youth Ministry, at 703.880.4309/                          sponsored by the St. Joseph Youth Ministry program.
                                                                        The Last Uniform Exchange of the
Upcoming Monthly Schedule for High School Events:
Mar. 13th – “Sacrificing Self” – Teens learn the meaning of             2010-2011 school year! Get
sacrifice and Christ’s death.                                           uniforms to finish out the year and stock
Mar. 20th – “Jesus’ Life of Giving” – Small group discussions           up for next September!
on charity
Mar. 20th – Parent Formation Night – Kevin Bohli will come                     UNIFORM EXCHANGE, Mar 27, 2011
speak on the findings in the National Study of Youth and                    AFTER THE 8:30 AND 10:00 AM MASSES IN
Religion, especially as it relates to parents.                                          PARISH HALL C

                                                                       BRING YOUR CLEAN AND USABLE UNIFORMS FOR
          Catholic Diocese of Arlington                                         SWAP, SALE OR DONATION
             2011 Men’s Conference
                                                                                VOLUNTEERS GET FREE UNIFORMS
           Saturday, March 19, 2011
         Tools for Building the Kingdom                                        PLEASE CONTACT STEPHANIE CRUM
     St. Joseph Catholic Church Banquet Hall,                            (703) 464-0972 OR ERIN LATIMER (703) 471-2168 IF
                   Herndon, VA                                                      YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
                      7 a.m.- 9 a.m.: Confessions
            7:45 a.m. - 9 a.m: Registration & Breakfast
                       9 a.m. : Program begins                        Please remember to pray for the repose of the souls of
                           Registration Fees                          Cynthia Martin and Mary Jelinski who died recently.
                     $35 - January and February
                       $45 March Registration                         Adult Religious Education and Bible Study - Fridays
Register online at www.arlingtondiocese.org/men                       6:15 to 7:15 p.m. according to the schedules in the racks in the
No registrations will be accepted at the door, so go to our website   back of the church. Have you ever wished you could understand
to register now! Continental Breakfast, lunch and parking included    the Bible better? Do you ever wonder how everything the
in the registration fee.                                              Catholic Church believes and teaches can be traced directly
For more info visit: www.arlingtondiocese.org/men or contact          back to Jesus and the Apostles? Learn how the Church today
Tom O’Neill at the Catholic Diocese of Arlington’s Office for         has remained the same, as it grew in the understanding of God’s
Family Life, familylife@arlingtondiocese.org or 703-841-2550.         Revealed Truth. Our Mass today began as the Last Supper. The
Mass will be celebrated with Bishop Loverde. Speakers will be:        Bible was lived before it was all written. Please join us as we
Art Bennett, M.A., President of Catholic Charities, Diocese of        study the Sunday Readings and the Catechism of the Catholic
Arlington; Joseph Campo, Director of the St. Francis House in         Church. There are no obligations. For further information,
Brooklyn, N.Y. and CEO of Grassroots Films; and Fr. Arne              contact Mrs. Troiani at 703-437-1196.
Panula, S.T.D., Director of the Catholic Information Center in
Washington, D.C.                                                      St. Joseph's Work Camp Team is in need of your ve-
                                                                      hicles. Do you have a minivan or SUV that you would be willing to
                                                                      lend to the Parish's Work Camp Team for a week in July? Please con-
                                                                      tact the Parish's Work Camp Stakeholder, Mr. Dan Csizmar, at
                                                                      dan.csizmar@gmail.com for more details and if you are able to
                                                                      help. Thank You.
ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH                              Visit us on our website!
HERNDON, VIRGINIA                               http://www.sjcherndon.org                                         March 13, 2011

In Baptism we are                                                  Attention Ladies of the Parish: All
reborn as children of                                              women of the Parish are invited to join the
God, made members of                                               Ladies Society Mini-Retreat where Fr
His Church, and heirs to                                           Timothy will lead us on a journey of Hope.
the Kingdom of Heaven.                                             Join us Saturday, April 2nd from 8:00 a.m. -
With this in mind, we welcome this child of God who was            Noon. The Mini-Retreat will begin with
baptized on March 6th:                                             Mass at 8:00 a.m. After Mass, we will move to meeting room
Nathan Robert Mull son of Randall & Stephanie                      209 for a light Continental Breakfast, our presentations, break-
                                                                   out sessions and faith sharing.

Those Happy Days are here again! Paul VI Catholic                  Blood Drive           is March 27th 7:45 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
                           High School’s PVI Players are           Please register to donate using sponsor code 0116 at
                           proudly presenting the brand new        w w w . i n o v a . o r g / d o n a t e b l o o d .
                           musical Happy Days based on the         Sign-up will be available at the registration table after weekend
                           old TV show. Return with us to          Masses. Contact Paul Mich at SJCBloodDrive@aol.
                           the days of Fonzie, Ritchie, Mr.
                           and Mrs. C., greasers, sock hops,
                           and the fabulous Pinky Tuscadero        SCHOLARSHIPS - Attention High School Seniors: The
                           for a sparkling evening of comedy,      Knights of Columbus Good Samaritan Council will award 3
                           music, and old friends.                 scholarships of $1,000 each. Please see the council website
Performances are April 15th and 16th at 7:30 p.m., and April       www.goodsams.org or contact Len Grus at (703 ) 300-7297 for
17th at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 for students and seniors, and    details. Applications must be postmarked by April 16th.
$15 for adults. Family of 4 discount admission is $30.00. For
more information email PVIProducers@yahoo.com or call              During Lent, in addition to the daily 6:30 a.m., 8 a.m. and
703.352.0925 ex 371 for more information. Those Happy Days         12:15 p.m. Masses, Stations of the Cross will be on Friday at 7
are yours and mine, and you want to be there when they rock        p.m., 8:00 p.m. in Spanish. Also, during Lent, there will be
and roll again!                                                    confessions each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
                                                                   The Lenten Rules for Fast and Abstinence are:
                                                                   1) Lent is to be observed by Catholics as a special season of prayer,
GERTRUDE HAWK CANDY FUNDRAISER - St. Joseph                        penance, and works of charity.
Ladies’ Society invites you to participate in                      2) Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are the most important
this delicious fundraiser. The proceeds of                         penitential days of the liturgical year. They are days of both fast
this fundraiser will enable the Ladies’                            and abstinence. All Fridays in Lent are days of abstinence.
Society to continue our mission of                                 3) The rules for fasting are that only one full meal a day can be
supporting St. Joseph’s Parish. Catalogs and                       taken. Two small meals, ‘sufficient to maintain strength,’ are
order forms will be available at the                               allowed but together they should not equal another full meal.
Religious Goods Stand in the vestibule of                   the    Eating between meals breaks the fast, but drinking liquids does not.
Church, at the CCD office, or at the Parish/                       The rule of fasting obliges Catholics from 18 and up to the
School office from Mrs. Kimpflen. You can also order on-line       beginning of their 60th year.
by going to http://www.gertrudehawkchocolates.com/                 4) Abstinence refers to refraining from eating meat. The rule of
index.cfm?act=programs and clicking “Group Member                  abstinence binds all Catholics age 14 years and older.
Signup.” You will need to enter “727107” to go directly to the     5) The substantial observance of the laws of fast and abstinence is a
Ladies Society page to order. If ordering on-line you can          serious obligation. Those whose work or whose health would be
choose to have items shipped free of charge to St. Josephs or      impaired are excused from fasting and abstaining.
for a small fee items can be shipped directly to you. The sale
ends on March 23rd, and candy orders will be available for                    Year-End Contribution Statements 2011
pick-up outside the parish hall April 11th, from 2pm-3:30 pm.      PLEASE NOTE: As in the past years, year-end contribution
Pick up will be 1 day only on April 11th. If you are not able to   statements will be mailed out to you upon request only. If you
pick up at that time, please call Erin to make other               wish to receive your 2010 year-end contribution statement,
arrangements to pick up candy from her home. Payment must          please call the Church Office with your envelope number and
accompany all orders, and checks should be made payable to         we will mail it to you. Donations received in the office after
“St. Joseph Church.” (Sorry – we cannot accept credit card         December 31, 2010 will be reflected on your 2011 statement.
payments.) Please send completed orders to Lisa Kimpflen in
the Parish Office or to Erin Mahoney at the address below.
You may also drop orders off in the green Drop Box outside the
Parish Office. Thank you for your support! Erin Mahoney, 1629        Thanks to
Greenbrier Ct, Reston 20190, 703-471-7151(h) & 703-749-3114         Our Sponsor
(w); or Lisa Kimpflen, 703-880-4303(w).                             Of the Week

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