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					NEW YEAR’S LITURGY SCHEDULE SUNDAY – DECEMBER 27 HOLY FAMILY OF JESUS, MARY & JOSEPH 7:30 a.m. George Smith 9:30 a.m. Frederick Arndt Margaret Maguire Maryann Ardin 11:30 a.m. Lucy Carfano Anthony Acquaviva John Cacciaguida, Sr. MONDAY – DECEMBER 28 7:00 a.m. David Kehoe Intentions of Anthony & Joan Colicchio TUESDAY – DECEMBER 29 7:00 a.m. Delores McQuillan Seath Intentions of Anthony and Joan Colicchio WEDNESDAY – DECEMBER 30 7:00 a.m. Carmen Burgos THURSDAY – DECEMBER 31 VIGIL:BVM, THE MOTHER OF GOD 5:30 p.m. Mary Walukonis Daniel Taravella FRIDAY – JANUARY 1, 2010
BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, THE MOTHER OF GOD Saint Mary’s st New Year’s Eve – Thursday, December 31 5:30 p.m. (Vigil) (no morning mass) New Year’s Day – Friday, January 1, 2010 11:30 a.m. Saint Bernard’s st New Year’s Eve – December 31 5:00 p.m. New Year’s Day - January 1, 2010 8:30 a.m. PRAY FOR THE SICK John Holmes, Josephine Hricko, Margaret McKearney, Eileen Curylo, Carmella Cullen, Joan Shotmuller, Mary Mancin, John Skidmore, Nettie Yaros, Louise Jacobsen, Carol Severini, Peg Oakum, Mary Burns, Mollie Corbett, Tillie Rudinsky, Sophie Gargiulo, Tina LePre, Dorothy Farraher, Wayne Tompkins, Scott Sullivan, Robert Kelly, Theresa Bell, Denise Bencel, Mary Narcise, Anthony Colicchio, Mike Suckey, Miguel Rivera, Andrew Castelli, Fr. Joe Davis, Daniel Marks, Maruice Pansini, and Robert T. Williams and all the sick of the parish. ROSES FOR LIFE Next weekend, after all the masses, the Knights of Columbus will be at the doors of the church seeking donations for their “Roses for Life” campaign. Proceeds will go towards the “March For Life Rally” in Washington, DC. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS There are no CCD classes this week. SAINT MARY’S HAPPY HOURS CLUB NEWS th No meeting on December 28 . Next meeting will be on th January 11 . Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday 1 Jn 1:5-2:2; Mt 2:13-18 Tuesday 1 Jn 2:3-11; Lk 2:22-35 Wednesday 1 Jn 2:12-17; Lk 2:36-40 Thursday 1 Jn 2:18-21; Jn 1:1-18 First Friday Nm 6:22-27; Gal 4:4-7; Lk 2:16-21 First Saturday 1 Jn 2:22-28; Jn 1:19-28

11:30 a.m. Mary Walukonis *(no 7:00 a.m. Mass) SATURDAY – JANUARY 2 (VIGIL) Elizabeth & Joseph Fisher 5:30 p.m. Barbara Fisher Sack Mary Grogan Daniel Taravella SUNDAY – JANUARY 3 HOLY FAMILY OF JESUS, MARY & JOSEPH 7:30 a.m. People of the Parish George Gildersleeve 9:30 a.m. Yves and Marie Cloitre 11:30 a.m. Bill Bower
BREAD AND WINE Given this week in memory of Jennie & Nicholas Petrone Requested by Rita Taravella SANCTUARY LIGHT Burns this week in memory of Margaret, James and Daniel Taravella Req. by Rita Taravella

A FRESH PERSPECTIVE ON THE SUNDAY READINGS HIS WORD TODAY by Rev. William J. Reilly “He went down with them then, and came to Nazareth, and was obedient to them. His mother meanwhile kept all these things in memory. Jesus, for his part, progressed steadily in wisdom and age and grace before God and men.” During these festive days, the scriptures move in several directions. In relatively few days we find the Holy Family en route to Bethlehem, in Egypt, visited by people from the orient, in Jerusalem and finally at home in Nazareth. As the stories unfold we travel with Mary and Joseph, silent spectators at important events. We visit Jerusalem today, where the familiar story of lost and found is described. Consider the anxiety and fear which must have touched the hearts of the parents. Although he was twelve, think about a child lost in a crowded mall store prior to Christmas. The child cries, the parents check store security, the busy parking lots surely are a place of danger. They meet and the adolescent simply states “Why did you search for me?” He asks that question of me today as well. My answer is because of my great need for Christ in my life. Imagine how Mary, once home, sat down after the journey and reflected, or pondered, weighed all the things that transpired. The normal religious pilgrimage certainly took on a new tone a new disaster and for the parents, a nightmare. We too, as we relax on this last weekend of the year, in a quiet moment at home, or in church, pause to reflect on the celebration of these last days, or summarize the events of this entire year. The headlines have been harsh. Hopes have been dashed. Problems beyond our control persist. Yet the presence of Christ and His grace is able to effect a change. Like the child who progressed in this threefold way, we too, seek His wisdom, His grace, as we close one year and begin another. His abiding presence with us will be the same source of strength which supported the Holy Family in their need.

JULIUS & VELMA WARGO VALENTINO & ELISABETTA ASTROLOGO DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE ASTROLOGO, MORGAN, CHERVNSIK AND WARGO FAMILIES BARBARA ANN ZEARFOSS MARIE MASI JAMES W. D’IMPERIO, SR. JAMES W. D’IMPERIO, JR. RUTH & RICHARD SANDERSON FRANCIS T. BURBRIDGE DANIEL J. TARAVELLA DOROTHY & ALBERT BALL, HOWARD & HELEN CRIMMEL, WILLIAM AND MARY STEPHENS, CAROLYN STEPHENS MIGLIORE KELLY, GAYDOS & ROMAINE FAMILIES HENRY G. WETTERAUER, MARY & ANDREW YANOCK, MARIE & HARRY SQUIER, SR., FLORENCE & HENRY WETTERAUER, JULIA CASEY HARRY E. NELSON JOSEPHINE RISELLI DONNA RISELLI KESSLER-FISCINA FAMILY DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE THOMAS KELLY AND JOHN YADLON FAMILIES MR. & MRS. GENEROSO BOCCHINO MR. & MRS. SALVATORE BOCCHINO

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MRS. LUCY VECCHIA MR. ROBERT HOOPER MISS OLTOLINI IVANA MRS. MARIA PICO DECEASED MEMBERS OF GREIG, DEACON, LAZARKO FAMILIES McCONLEY FAMILY MARINELLI FAMILY GRACE VIRGILIO JOE GIGANTELLI MARY & CEASER GALANTE G. JAMES RISELLI GORMAN & SCULLY FAMILIES JOHN JOHNSON MARIE & JOHN KANNALEY LOUISE & THOMAS PICONE ISOBEL & CHARLES KANNALEY MARY ANN ARDIN MARY JOAN MILLS STANLEY “TODDY” POYER ELIZABETH FULLMAN MR. & MRS. E.W. MINELL TOM O’HERN, SR. PAUL AND MILDRED REILLY JOSEPH KORPITA JEAN & STANLEY NOVAK FRANCES AND JOSEPH WAGNER DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE CALIENTE FAMILY & CARMAN FAMILY AGNES & JOHN YURCIK SR. JANE YURCIK

ANNA, JULIA & MARY YURCIK ALFRED LEWIS KYLE JAMES SHEPLAK AGNES AND JOHN YURCIK SR. JANE YURCIK ANNA, JULIA & MARY YURCIK GEORGE AND AGNES BLICH ARPAD KOZMA A.KENNETH KOZMA STELLA BECK MILLER LENA FERRARA ELLEN CAVALERO ZICKERMAN ESTEBAN VAZQUEZ GRACEZA & MANUEZ ALONSO ALL AUNTS, UNCLES, COUSINS OUR LOVING FAMILIES AND OUR AMERICAN TROOPS JORGE AGUIRRE FRANCIS W. BOYLE RAYMOND AND MARILYN RYAN JOSEPH AND MARGARET RYAN EVERETT ALTON MAGIE ELIZABETH AND JOSEPH FISHER BARBARA FISHER SACK MARY AND JAMES FIORELLO DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE LANDI AND BENCEL FAMILIES ANDREW AND MERI CHIRIP HULBIG AND PFISTER FAMILIES CLARA, WILLIAM AND BILL LIST

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