OUR HOLY REDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH FREEPORT, NEW YORK THE TRANSFIGURATION OF THE LORD

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OUR HOLY REDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH FREEPORT, NEW YORK

THE TRANSFIGURATION OF THE LORD

FAITH AND THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS OFFERINGS FOR THE WEEK OF 3 AUGUST

MASSES Monday, 4 August, Saint John Marie Vianney 7:30 am † John J. Ryan 12:10 pm Intentions of Father Douglas R. Arcoleo Tuesday, 5 August, The Dedication of the Basilica of Saint Mary Major 7:30 am Intentions of Ann Matthews 12:10 pm † Teresa Pontecorvo Wednesday, 6 August, The Transfiguration of the Lord 7:30 am Intentions of Irene Filfiley 12:10 pm Intentions of Father Douglas R. Arcoleo 7:00 pm En Acción de Gracias al Espíritu Santo Thursday, 7 August, Saint Sixtus II & Companions and Saint Cajetan 7:30 am † Marion Flood 12:10 pm † Vincenzo Gambino Friday, 8 August, Saint Dominic 7:30 am Intentions of Anthony Fiore 12:10 pm † Dorothy Monahan Saturday, 9 August, Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross 8:00 am † Albert Nespeca 5:00 pm Parishioners of Our Holy Redeemer/Freeport 7:00 pm For Favors Granted, † Juan Diaz, † Mary Mauro † Felicita Maria Mena (8th Anniversary) Sunday, 10 August, Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:00 am Intentions of Bishop Murphy 8:00 am † Carmen E. Chimeri, † Kandy D’Ateno † Vincenza & Antonio Monteleone † Arnold Sylvain 9:30 am Intentions of Lorraine Fricke 10:00 am Intentions of Greg Tull 11:30 am † Bartolomeo & Michele Trotta 1:00 pm † Susana Castro

BREAD & WINE

Linda & Mike Balducci † Mary Mauro † Obdulio Serrano

THE FRUIT OF OUR CENTENARY YEAR continues with

A TIME TO REMEMBER & A TIME TO BE REMEMBERED

BREAD & WINE



SANCTUARY CANDLES



ALTAR FLOWERS

 A WORD ABOUT OFFERINGS  During the Centenary Year (2011-2012) celebration of our absolutely beautiful church, our Parish family came home for Mass and we remembered one another with the flowers that adorn the Altar, with the candles that light up the Sanctuary, with the bread and wine that is offered, and of course in the way par excellence, we remembered one another in the Priest’s Mass Intention that is lifted up with the help of all of our other remembrances! Thank you for coming home and remembering one another! Thank you for coming home and remembering Him Who said:

“Do this in Memory of Me!”

SANCTUARY CANDLES

Linda & Mike Balducci

ALTAR FLOWERS

Linda & Mike Balducci † Rose (Nicolino) Goetz

Please remember the following individual(s) at the Altar of Our Holy Redeemer: NAME: ___________________________________________________________________  Living

 Deceased

OFFERING:  Bread & Wine ($20.00)   Sanctuary Candles ($33.00)   Altar Flowers ($40.00) WEEK OF DATE: __________________________________________________________________________________________ AMOUNT SUBMITTED: ____________________________________  Cash

 Check #: ________________

OFFERED BY: (NAME):____________________________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________________________________________________ TELEPHONE #: _________________________________________________

A MESSAGE FROM THE BISHOP BISHOP MURPHY CALLS FOR PRAYER AND PENANCE FOR PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST Sunday Pope Francis addressed the hostilities between Israel and Hamas, which has been launching rockets into Israel. He recalled the meeting of prayer held in the Vatican last month with President Peres of Israel and President Abu Mazen of the Palestinian Authority. And once again the Holy Father called us all to be instruments of peace by constant prayer for peace in the Middle East. He prayed the Lord help us to “have the courage to say ‘No More War’! Give us the courage to take concrete actions to build peace; to transform our weapons into instruments of peace, our fears into trust and out tensions into forgiveness.” We are one with the Holy Father in his appeal and in his prayers. I urge all our pastors and all our faithful to be united once more in a renewed commitment to prayer for peace in the Middle East! May I add a reflection of my own born of some experience with Middle Eastern issues and of my commitment as a priest and bishop for all the many ways the Catholic Church seeks to offer her good offices for peace based on justice, freedom ,human dignity and the safety and security of people and nations? If one were to ask what would motivate Israel and her leaders to launch an attack on Gaza, one would be hard pressed to find any reason whatsoever. Gaza is sadly a place where poor Palestinians suffer and many families, some Christian, mostly Muslim, live in poverty and uncertainty about the future. There is no ”gain”, material, political or moral, for Israel to begin an attack on a poor people who rightly seek freedom, security and justice for themselves and their families but will not achieve it through rocket attacks on Israel by Hamas. Why does Hamas launch these attacks that send rockets indiscriminately into Israeli cities and villages? They know that by themselves they cannot wage a successful war against Israel. Yet on June 30 Hamas significantly escalated its attacks against civilians in a constant but haphazard and indiscriminate way. This constant barrage of rockets against Israeli citizens, not against Israel military installations, would seem quixotic. In fact it simply sows seeds of terror in cities and villages in Israel thus seeking to wreak havoc and destruction, not on military targets but on innocent men, women in children in Israeli cities and neighborhoods. How would we react if an outside force did that to us here at home? No one should have to live in fear in their own homes and communities. Rightly some can point to the aggressiveness of individuals in the Israeli forces in the way they have and all too often continue to harass Palestinians. Rightly we need to say to Israel as well as to the Palestinians that they can and they should move beyond the current impasse. Both sides can and should be ready to become not enemies but neighbors to each other and to all the peoples and nations which surround them. I am as aware as anyone of the history and of the distrust and enmity that has so marked that history. Yet it cannot go on forever. We should never forget that this latest conflict is not between Hamas and Israel alone. There are too many innocent Palestinians to consider, too many innocent Israelis who suffer as well. In the meantime, Egypt has been acting as a broker and has proposed a truce. Israel accepted the proposal. The President of the Palestinian Authority, Abu Mazen, did as well. Unfortunately he has no control over Hamas which refused to accept a truce. It becomes clearer and clearer that the leadership in other Arab countries understand the importance of calling a halt to this conflict. Israel does as well. Only Hamas wishes to continue their indiscriminate rocket launching against the Israeli people. The response of Israel has been to warn the people living in northeast Gaza to leave their homes prior to their response with Israeli rockets. Palestinian homes and innocent civilians have been harmed precisely because these homes are launching pads for Hamas’ rockets. Hamas is using the people of Gaza as a shield to protect their weapons while Israel is using its weapons to protect their citizens. This violence cannot go on. Wiser heads and true peacemakers must prevail. The Holy Father is right. We cannot continue this conflict without new efforts, new determination, new commitment for the principals and their allies to move beyond these flare ups toward a real and permanent solution that will give Israel her sovereignty within safe borders, recognized and respected by all and the people of Palestine a sovereign nation with viable borders, recognized and respected by all. Following the Holy Father’s initiative announced last Fall for a day of prayer, I am designating 4 October, the Feast day of St. Francis of Assisi as a day of prayer and penance for peace in the Middle East. In the weeks ahead we will be preparing materials for all the parishes to come together on the feast of the Poverello to be one in prayer for this noble cause. In the meantime I invite us all to make this one of our daily intentions. Join me in Prayer. Join me in Hope. Join me in a new commitment to pray for peace built upon mutual respect, justice, freedom and a shared desire to live as neighbors by all who live in the land we all call holy.

NOW A WORD FROM OUR SAINTS BY: POPE SAINT JOHN PAUL II ENCYCLICAL LETTER

VERITATIS SPLENDOR ADDRESSED BY THE SUPREME PONTIFF POPE JOHN PAUL II TO ALL THE BISHOPS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH REGARDING CERTAIN FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS OF THE CHURCH'S MORAL TEACHING (Continued from the 27 July Sunday Bulletin)

7. "Then someone came to him...". In the young man, whom Matthew's Gospel does not name, we can recognize every person who, consciously or not, approaches Christ the Redeemer of man and questions him about morality. For the young man, the question is not so much about rules to be followed, but about the full meaning of life. This is in fact the aspiration at the heart of every human decision and action, the quiet searching and interior prompting which sets freedom in motion. This question is ultimately an appeal to the absolute Good which attracts us and beckons us; it is the echo of a call from God who is the origin and goal of man's life. Precisely in this perspective the Second Vatican Council called for a renewal of moral theology, so that its teaching would display the lofty vocation which the faithful have received in Christ, the only response fully capable of satisfying the desire of the human heart. In order to make this "encounter" with Christ possible, God willed his Church. Indeed, the Church "wishes to serve this single end: that each person may be able to find Christ, in order that Christ may walk with each person the path of life".

"Teacher, what good must I do to have eternal life?" (Mt 19:16) 8. The question which the rich young man puts to Jesus of Nazareth is one which rises from the depths of his heart. It is an essential and unavoidable question for the life of every man, for it is about the moral good which must be done, and about eternal life. The young man senses that there is a connection between moral good and the fulfilment of his own destiny. He is a devout Israelite, raised as it were in the shadow of the Law of the Lord. If he asks Jesus this question, we can presume that it is not because he is ignorant of the answer contained in the Law. It is more likely that the attractiveness of the person of Jesus had prompted within him new questions about moral good. He feels the need to draw near to the One who had begun his preaching with this new and decisive proclamation: "The time is fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is at hand; repent, and believe in the Gospel" (Mk 1:15). People today need to turn to Christ once again in order to receive from him the answer to their questions about what is good and what is evil. Christ is the Teacher, the Risen One who has life in himself and who is always present in his Church and in the world. It is he who opens up to the faithful the book of the Scriptures and, by fully revealing the Father's will, teaches the truth about moral action. At the source and summit of the economy of salvation, as the Alpha and the Omega of human history (cf. Rev 1:8; 21:6; 22:13), Christ sheds light on man's condition and his integral vocation. Consequently, "the man who wishes to understand himself thoroughly–and not just in accordance with immediate, partial, often superficial, and even illusory standards and measures of his being–must with his unrest, uncertainty and even his weakness and sinfulness, with his life and death, draw near to Christ. He must, so to speak, enter him with all his own self; he must 'appropriate' and assimilate the whole of the reality of the Incarnation and Redemption in order to find himself. If this profound process takes place within him, he then bears fruit not only of adoration of God but also of deeper wonder at himself". If we therefore wish to go to the heart of the Gospel's moral teaching and grasp its profound and unchanging content, we must carefully inquire into the meaning of the question asked by the rich young man in the Gospel and, even more, the meaning of Jesus' reply, allowing ourselves to be guided by him. Jesus, as a patient and sensitive teacher, answers the young man by taking him, as it were, by the hand, and leading him step by step to the full truth. (To be continued . . .)

NOW A WORD FROM OUR SAINTS BY: POPE SAINT JOHN XXIII AD PETRI CATHEDRAM ENCYCLICAL OF POPE JOHN XXIII ON TRUTH, UNITY AND PEACE, IN A SPIRIT OF CHARITY 29 June 1959 (The full text of Ad Petri Cathedram can be found at: http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_xxiii/encyclicals/documents) (Continued from the 27 July Sunday Bulletin)

Long Way to Go 43. But there is still a long way to go. For there is still too much disparity in the possession of material goods, too much reason for hostility among various groups, because of opinions on the right to property (opinions sometimes unsound, sometimes not entirely just) held by those who desire unfair advantages and benefits for themselves. 44. There is also the threat of unemployment, a source of anxiety and unhappiness for many men. And this problem can entail even greater difficulties today, when men are being replaced by all sorts of advanced machines. Of this kind of unemployment, Our predecessor of happy memory, Pius XI, uttered this complaint: "There are," he said, "honest working men almost beyond number who want only an opportunity to earn by honest means that daily bread for which, by divine command, we entreat our Father in heaven. But, instead, they are reduced to idleness and, along with their families, reach the very depths of privation. Their unhappiness touches Our heart; We are constrained to take pity and to repeat the merciful words that came from the heart of our Divine Master when He saw the multitude languishing in hunger: 'I have compassion on the crowd' (Mark 8.2)." 45. Indeed, if we long hopefully—as we should—for the realization of this mutual union among the classes of society, then we must do all that we can to bring it about by public and private endeavor and cooperation in courageous undertakings, that all men, even those of the lowest classes, can obtain life's necessities by their toil and by the sweat of their brow, and that they can provide, in an honorable manner and with some degree of sureness, for their future and that of their families. In addition, contemporary progress has made many conveniences an integral part of everyday life; even the poorest citizens may not be excluded from the enjoyment of these advantages. 46. Moreover, we earnestly exhort all those who have responsible positions in the various areas of human endeavor and on whom the lot of the workers and sometimes their very lives depend, not only that they pay the just wages due to the labors of their workers or simply safeguard their rights so far as wages are concerned, but also that they really consider them as men, or rather, as brothers. And so they should see to it that in some suitable way their employees are able to share more and more in the fruits of their labor and come to regard themselves as partners in the entire enterprise. 47. We give this counsel in order that the rights and duties of employers may more and more be harmonized and reconciled with the rights and duties of employees, and that the associations representing the interests of each "will not seem like armies ready to make or repel attacks in such wise as to make the enemy more resolute or to incite counterattack, or like a river which engulfs every obstacle in its course; but like a bridge which joins opposite shores." 48. It is very important, however, that moral progress should not lag behind economic progress. Anything else would be unworthy of men, not to say of Christians. If the working classes have an abundance of material goods and enjoy all the benefits of civilization while losing or neglecting those higher goods which pertain to the immortal soul, what does it profit them? (To be continued …)

OUR HOLY REDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH FREEPORT, NEW YORK 1911-2011

IF YOU INVITE THEM, THEY WILL “COME HOME”!!!

For the

Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on

Sunday, 10 August 2014 10:00 A.M. at

175 Woodcleft Avenue (just South of Hamilton Street) Our Holy Redeemer: Where Coming Home is What it’s All About!

WHERE COMING HOME IS WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT!

OUR HOLY REDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH presents

175 Woodcleft Avenue "Home of Mass on the Waterfront"

Paul Joseph Quartet Wednesday, 6 August 2014 7:00 P.M. An enjoyable evening of the music of Jerome Kern will be presented by composer/pianist Paul Joseph and his jazz quartet. You’ll hear inspiring instrumental jazz renditions of classics such as “All the Things You Are”, “Yesterdays”, “The Way You Look Tonight”, and many others. The group has performed extensively during the past several years doing a variety of composer-theme programs. Paul Joseph has previously performed all-original solo piano concerts throughout Long Island featuring works that have received wide critical acclaim in performances by distinguished regional orchestras, ballet companies, and choirs. His dynamic rhythm section consists of drummer Mike Corn and bassist Edgar Mills, both seasoned performers. They will be joined by the mesmerizing violinist Susan Mitchell, one of New York City’s finest musicians (www.pauljoseph.com). Paul Joseph is the brother-in-law of Michael Crouse, and has been a substitute organist at many Masses at Our Holy Redeemer Church. Paul is currently the joint organist and music director at both Saint Ann's and Mary's Nativity in Flushing, Queens, where Michelle Crouse is the cantor. Michelle will be joining the quartet for a couple of Jerome Kern's vocal classics.

YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS IT! (Rain Date: 27 August) Come Home on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 for: “The Belles of Broadway” THIS CONCERT SERIES IS PRODUCED BY MICHAEL CROUSE, COORDINATOR OF MUSIC MINISTRY AT OUR HOLY REDEEMER, WITH FULL COOPERATION AND SUPPORT OF OUR HOLY REDEEMER’S PASTOR, FATHER DOUGLAS R. ARCOLEO.

Catholic ministries appeal IN GOD WE TRUST! CMA 2014 Goal: $72,000.000 #

“Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!”

of

2014

Pledges As of 15 February: 71

As of 8 March: 154

As of 15 April: 202

As of 13 May: 243 PATRICK HENRY

As of 18 June: 251

As of 29 July: 270 2014  $86,363.34 Pledged  $69,885.34 Paid Only $2,114.66 to go Before our Rebate! Your satisfied pledge to the Catholic Ministries Appeal will help ensure that our children will learn about America’s Founding Fathers like Patrick Henry who literally: PUT THEIR TRUST IN GOD!!! PLEASE: MAKE A PLEDGE TODAY!  You can make a difference! Please make your check payable to: Catholic Ministries Appeal and either mail directly to the Diocese at the address below or deposit it in the Sunday Offertory Basket. Thank you!

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FAITH AND EDUCATION "I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you and watch over you." SCHOOL’S OUT: DRIVE CAREFULLY (both on and off the road)

NEWS FROM THE DE LA SALLE SCHOOL (516) 379-8660 Although our school offices are closed until 18 August 2014 much activity continues to occur. Invitations are in the mail for our Annual Golf Outing and Bocce Tournament. The event is at the Lawrence Yacht and Country Club on Monday, 29 September 2014. A “Save the Date” card has been sent regarding our Annual Ladies’ Luncheon which occurs Wednesday, 22 October 2014. Again this year we will enjoy the day at the Garden City Country Club. Our guest speaker is Naomi Schafer Riley, former editor at the Wall Street Journal, current New York Post columnist, and author of several books. One of the latter is entitled Opportunity and Hope and recounts the successes associated with financially accessible Catholic schools that serve youngsters from the lower socioeconomic class. Of course, painting, cleaning, and other preparations are underway to welcome students to our thirteenth school year which begins on 25 August 2014.

3 August 2014 – The Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time A Sunday Readings: Isaiah LV: 1-3; Romans VIII: 35, 37-39; Saint Matthew XIV: 13-21

Student’s Name: ____________________________________________________ Class Day/Session: __________________________________________________ Catechist Name: ____________________________________________________ Mass Time (Circle One): Sat: 5:00 PM  7:00 PM  Sun: 7:00 AM  8:00 AM  9:30 AM  11:30 AM  1:00 PM

GOSPEL QUESTIONS: (Religious Education Students please answer ALL questions)

Fill in the blanks: Where did Jesus go after He heard of the death of John the Baptist? “After hearing of the death of Saint John the Baptist, Jesus went to ____________________________________________________________________.” When Jesus saw the vast crowd, His heart was moved with pity for them. What did He do to the sick? “Jesus ______________________________ the sick.” What did Jesus say to the disciples when they suggested the crowd go to a nearby villages for food? “Jesus said to the disciples, ‘______________________________________________________________________________________.’” How many loaves of bread and how many fish did the disciples have? “The disciples had _________________________ loaves of bread and ________________________ fish.” How many baskets of food were left over? “____________________________ baskets of food were left over.” How many men ate? “_______________________________________ men ate.” We are now accepting registration for Religious Education 2014-15. Please call (516) 546-1057 for more information. Ahora aceptando aplicaciones para educación religiosa 2014-15. Información o preguntas al: (516) 546-1057.

OUR HOLY REDEEMER PARISH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM 87 Pine Street, Freeport, New York 11520 Tel.: (516) 546 - 1057  Fax: (516) 546 - 0526  email: [email protected]

Classes may be over but Mass NEVER is!! We are STILL obligated to attend Mass EVERY Sunday!!

Summer Class Mass Schedule 3 August - 11:30am-8th Graders 10 August - 9:30am-4th Graders 17 August - 11:30am-5-8 Faith Formation 24 August - 9:30am-3-4 Faith Formation 31 August - 11:30am-Teen Mass (TFF, TSP1, TSP2) 7 September – 9:30am- All 2014 1st Communicants 14 September – 11:30am- VBS Junior Counselors ***To determine which Mass your child needs to attend, please go by the grade they were in this past year, not the grade they will be in September.***

THE YEAR OF FAITH AND THE YEAR AFTER 3 August 2014 (Return this Completed Form to the Rectory before: 11 August 2014) Any confirmed Catholic and registered parishioner of Our Holy Redeemer who is 19 years old or younger (born after 23 November 1994) is eligible to answer a weekly “YEAR OF FAITH AND YEAR AFTER” question from the bulletin for a chance to earn as much as $1,750.00. Answers can be found in the Section of the Catechism of the Catholic Church as noted underneath the question and recorded in the format below. And the thirty-fourth question is:

Question #34: Legitimate defense of persons and society is prescribed by the Fifth Commandment. But among the things forbidden, to which of the crimes against human life does the Church attach the canonical penalty of excommunication without restricting the scope of mercy? (From: PART III: LIFE IN CHRIST/SECTION 2: THE TEN COMMANDMENTS) Answer: Chapter Title: ____________________________________________________________________________ Paragraph Title: _________________________________________________________________________ Name: _______________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________ Telephone #: _________________________

PARISH FINANCE COUNCIL MEMBERS: Charles Shields III Joann Flaherty

Donald Gallant Sheila Walsh

FAITH AND FINANCES

“God will not be outdone in generosity.

HOW YOU ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE EACH WEEK AT OUR HOLY REDEEMER! (BY PUTTING IN YOUR 25 CENTS AND MORE A WEEK!) FIRST COLLECTION

ENVELOPE USERS

Prior to Weekend 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 am 8:00 am 9:30 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 1:00 pm

$ 957.50 $ 670.00 $ 1,864.25 $ 639.00 $ 1,176.50 $ 970.49 $ 860.00 $ 1,211.25 $ 1,550.00 $ 1,109.00

26 20 68 14 37 27 37 21 59 20

TOTAL

$11,007.99

329

MASS

SUNDAY, 26/27 JULY

OFFERING TOTAL: $11,007.99 

NUMBER OF CHILDREN ENVELOPE USERS: 60

** E-Giving **

NOW READ THIS!!!

NOW READ THIS!!!

Question: What is E-Giving? Answer: E-Giving is short for electronic giving. It is an automatic transfer program which allows you to make contributions without writing checks. Question: What are the advantages of E-Giving? Answer: It saves time and work! It helps the church stabilize its budget. Surveys have shown that it can enhance the total amount of gifts to your organization. Members or supporters may donate while on vacation or on a business trip anywhere in the world.

ENROLLING Question: How do I enroll in E-Giving? Answer: On your computer, go to the Parish Web site, www.ohrfreeport.org and then click on the “Donate” tab and then on “Donate Now” tab and then submit our zip code, 11520, then click on “Donate Now” under the Our Holy Redeemer name, then click on the “Register Now” tab and follow the simple instructions.

PAYMENT METHODS Question: If there is a credit card charge, how does the charge appear on the payee's statement? Is it to E-Giving or Our Holy Redeemer? How would the person who makes a charge recognize where the charge went from the description on their statement? Answer: The charge appears as E-Giving. E-Giving combined with the date and amount on their statement should be all they need. For more information about E-Giving visit the secure web site at www.e-giving.org.

FAITH AND PRAYER SCRIPTURE REFLECTION

Please Pray for Our Beloved Deceased:

Roseann Nicchi Teresa O’Connor READINGS FOR

10 August 2014 NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

 1ST READING: 1 KINGS XIX: 9a, 11-13a RESPONSORIAL PSALM: PSALM 85 2ND READING: ROMANS IX: 1-5 GOSPEL: SAINT MATTHEW XIV: 22-33

PLEASE PRAY FOR:

“His heart was moved with pity for them.” Here we have a story in which it is really clear that Jesus’ disciples and Jesus Himself needed some well-earned rest, and yet when the crowds come to infringe in His personal freedom and His right to rest, He doesn’t think of Himself, He doesn’t complain. Instead, “His heart was moved with pity for them.” What a great example for us! How is our heart? What impels our heart? Is it pity for others as it was the case with Jesus? Jesus’ pity impelled Him to do works of charity for others: He cured the sick among them. He fed the hungry. What about us? Do we consciously make an effort to have what the Roman Catholic Church calls “the preferential option for the poor?” Here in Our Holy Redeemer we have the opportunity to help the poor with our First Sunday Works of Mercy. Are you alert to the Works of Mercy of each month as it is published in our Bulletin? Another wonderful way for us to help the poor is to make a pledge to the Catholic Ministries Appeal. Have you made your pledge yet? This is your opportunity to show that your heart, as Jesus’ heart, is moved with pity for them.”

Mary Acosta, Virginia Brehaut, Kathleen Breihof, Kathleen Burnham, Gerard Burton, Blanca Cales, Louise Callus, Rosemary Curran, Anne Dantes, Felicitas DeLa Garma, Aileen D'Avanzo, Raymond Enright, Leo Esch, Charles Ettlinger, Veronica Groth, Dottie Grover, Pearl & Lloyd Harrison, Kathy Hobkirk, Ciro Iannacone, Baby Joshua, Baby Juliana, Linda A. Kane, Sara Kataeva, Carol Kelly, Nancy Lamb, Karen Larson, Cecelia Lerro, Josephine Lucci, John Lundergan, Barbara McEneaney, Terry Meyers, Amanda Mucaria, Alice Mugno, Alexander Nadeau, Adryana Navarro, Paul Navarro, Jean Nicholich, Andrew Owen, Guido Penafiel, Clare Pirro, Kathleen Randall, Frederick Roberts, Sylvia Roberts, Lidiana Santiago, Maria Santos, Brielle Saracini, Victor Schipani, Suzzanne Serino, Carmen Spearmen, Ernie Stoessel, Mercedes Sumner, Juan Antonio Villatoro, Ray Washecka, Gerard Wright

Please continue to say your prayers for the following members of our Armed Forces: Capt. Thomas Collins III, Anthony Costante, Tyler Daly, Sgt. Adam Dengel, Juan Diaz, Ryan Dugan, Michael George Gonzalez, Daniel Ingin, Brig. Gen. Kevin Killea, Susana Ladino, Sgt. Ramon Marrero, Pvt. Jack McKnight, John Mediate, Sgt. Kelvin O. Melara, Airman 1st Class Jerome Miles, Lt. Cmdr. Colleen Minihan, Maj. Paul Minihan, Sebastian Moreno, Sean Joseph Mormon, Sgt. Allyson Parla, Petty Officer Floyd A. Rivera, Sgt. Sammy Rodriguez, Benjamin Rhodes, Edwin Sandoval, Doug Schambert, Paul Seiden, Luis Sic, Capt. John Talafuse, Lt. Matthew Talibon, Corp. Daniel Vargas, Chief Petty Officer William A. Vega, Capt. Johnetta Washington, Anthony Williams, Sgt. 1st Class Lynroy Williams; Lt. Cmdr. Brad Younger

Please Pray for Our Seminarians:

Br. Pierre Toussaint (Alain) Guiteau, C.F.R.

Mr. James Hansen

Mr. Odalis Rodriguez

Heavenly Father, please grant to Your Faithful servants, the grace and strength to carry out Your mission for the Church each day. Keep our Seminarians close to You and continue to inspire them to serve others in Your Holy Name. Please inspire the men You have called to the Priesthood to respond "yes" to Your call through our Lord Jesus Christ Your Son, Who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

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WE WILL BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY, 4 AUGUST THROUGH FRIDAY,15 AUGUST 2014, REOPENING ON MONDAY, 18 AUGUST 2014 It may be Summer Vacation for some but Hunger and Thirst never take a vacation . . . Please come home this Summer and deposit your non-perishable donations in the church. Thanks be to God for the Spirit of Generosity that inspires you to help us to do the Lord’s work here in Freeport!

FAITH AND THE ROMAN MISSAL THE TRANSFIGURATION OF THE LORD 6 AUGUST “The Cross is not a roadblock on the way to happiness; it is a ladder up which one climbs to a Heaven of Love. Another name for the purification of love is transfiguration, which means the use of a loss, or a pain, or a mediocrity, or a disillusionment as a steppingstone to a new anointing of joy. When Peter saw the face of our Lord as bright as the sun and His robes white as snow, he wanted to capture that ephemeral glory in a permanent form. But all the while, our Lord was talking to Moses and Elijah of His Death. He was reminding Peter that there is no true glory without a Cross. This momentary glory is only an anticipation and a preshadowing of a glory that comes after a crucifixion.” (Taken from page 185 of Three to Get Married by Venerable Fulton Sheen.)

COLLECT O God, Who in the glorious Transfiguration of Your Only Begotten Son confirmed the mysteries of faith by the witness of the Fathers and wonderfully prefigured our full adoption to Sonship, grant, we pray, to Your servants, that, listening to the voice of Your beloved Son, we may merit to become co-heirs with Him. Who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

FREEPORT RECREATION CENTER September Senior Events DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF TERRY PEARCE WITH ENID & JEFF Wednesday, 17 September, 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. in Room 101 THE FIFTIES AND OTHER ERAS TRIVIA CONTEST Thursday, 18 September, 10:00 A.M. in the Senior Lounge $5.00 Entry Fee. Register by 12 September with Deacon Bruce in the Senior Lounge Prizes (based on 30 Registrants): $75.00 1ST Place: $75.00; 2nd Place: $50.00; 3rd Place, $25.00

P.A.C.E (PEOPLE WITH ARTHRITIS CAN EXERCISE) Eight Tuesdays, 10:00 A.M. – 10:45 A.M. in Room 101 $32.00 for 8 Sessions (16 September-4 November). Registration begins 1 September in Front Office.

SPADES TOURNAMENT Thursday, 20 November, 10:00 A.M. in the Senior Lounge $10.00 Entry Fee per Person. Register with Deacon Bruce in the Senior Lounge. Prizes: 1ST PLACE Team: $150.00; 2nd Place Team: $100.00; 3rd Place Team: $70.00 Pick your team mate and register as a team. Limited to the first sixteen teams. Prizes based on 32 Entrants.

Come Home Dressed for the Supper of the Lamb on

Tie-One-On ‘with a Hat’ and “no Jeans” Sunday SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH

10 August 2014 Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Come Home Clothed in Your Wedding Garment! Make yourself ready. Men, put on a tie; Ladies, put on a hat! No jeans!

HOW MUCH MONEY SHOULD I GIVE TO MY PARISH? WORDS TO TITHE BY FROM THE BIBLE (Sirach XXXV: 1-10)

“Appear not before the LORD empty-handed, for all that you offer is in fulfillment of the precepts. The just one’s offering enriches the Altar and rises as a sweet odor before the Most High. The just one’s sacrifice is most pleasing, nor will it ever be forgotten.

 In a generous spirit pay homage to the LORD, be not sparing of freewill gifts. With each contribution show a cheerful countenance, and pay your tithes in a spirit of joy. Give to the Most High as He has given to you, generously, according to your means. For the LORD is one who always repays, and He will give back to you sevenfold.” During the latter part of the last century, Our Holy Redeemer became a tithing parish, and as such, many parishioners began offering the Biblical Tithe of Ten Percent to the Church. BELOW YOU WILL DISCOVER HOW SOME OF THEM DO IT!

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OUR HOLY REDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 37 SOUTH OCEAN AVENUE FREEPORT, NEW YORK 11520

(516) 378-0665

presents

FAMILY FILM NIGHT Friday, 8 August 2014 7:30 P.M. in the Lower Church

“Come home” and see

Everyone is Welcome! Bring the Whole Family!

IGLESIA R. C. DE NUESTRO SANTO REDENTOR los invita a su

ESCUELA BÍBLICA DE VACACIONES SIGUIENDO AL HIJO...

… tras las Huellas de San Pablo 18 Agosto - 22 Agosto, 2014 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. para Estudiantes de Pre-K al 6to. Se necesitan Consejeros Juveniles del 7mo grado en adelante

$30 por estudiante  $10 por Consejero Juvenil  $60 como máximo por familia ESCUELA BÍBLICA DE VACACIONES DE LA PARROQUIA DE NUESTRO SANTO REDENTOR / 18 DE AGOSTO – 22 DE AGOSTO DE 2014 Apellido: ____________________________________________________ Teléfono #:____________________________ Nombre(s) de Niño(s):_____________________________________ Grado(s) en Septiembre:______________________ # de Niños _____ x $30 cada uno + # Consejeros Juv. ____ x $10 = $____________ ($60 máx por familia) adjunto Devuelva cheque pagable a: Our Holy Redeemer Religious Education, 87 Pine Street, Freeport, New York 11520 Para más información llame a Joanne Stuhlinger al (516) 546-1057

OUR HOLY REDEEMER R.C. CHURCH Invites you to

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL FOLLOW THE SON… … in the Footsteps of Saint Paul 18 August – 22 August 2014 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. For students entering Grades Pre-K through 6th. Junior Counselors needed 7th Grade and above.

$30/child  $10/Jr. Counselor  $60 Family Maximum OUR HOLY REDEEMER PARISH VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL/18 AUGUST – 22 AUGUST 2014 Family Name:_______________________________________________ Telephone #:____________________________ Child(ren) Name(s):________________________________________ Grade(s) in September:______________________ # Children _____ x $30 each + # Jr. Counselors ____ x $10 = $____________ ($60 family max) enclosed Return with check payable to: Our Holy Redeemer Religious Education, 87 Pine Street, Freeport, New York 11520 Questions? Please contact Joanne Stuhlinger, Director, Religious Education @ (516) 546-1057

LA FE Y EL MINISTERIO SOCIAL (CON LA AYUDA DEL PAPA)

VISITA PASTORAL A LAS DIÓCESIS DE CAMPOBASSO-BOIANO E ISERNIA-VENAFRO

DISCURSO DEL PAPA FRANCISCO AL REUNIRSE CON LOS RECLUSOS Penitenciaría local (Isernia), Sábado, 5 de Julio de 2014 Queridos Hermanos y Hermanas, ¡Buenas Tardes! Os doy gracias por vuestra acogida. Y os agradezco por el testimonio de esperanza, que he escuchado de las palabras de vuestro representante. También en el saludo del director me ha impresionado esta palabra: esperanza. Este es el desafío, como dije hace dos semanas en el centro penitenciario de Castrovillari: el desafío de la reinserción social. Y para esto se necesita un itinerario, un camino, tanto en lo externo, en la cárcel, en la sociedad, como en el interior, en la conciencia y en el corazón. Realizar el camino de reinserción, que todos debemos hacer. Todos. Todos cometemos errores en la vida. Y todos debemos pedir perdón por estos errores y hacer un camino de reinserción, para no cometerlos más. Algunos hacen este camino en la propia casa, en el propio trabajo; otros, como vosotros, en un centro penitenciario. Pero todos, todos... Quien dice que no tiene necesidad de hacer un camino de reinserción es un mentiroso. Todos nos equivocamos en la vida y también, todos, somos pecadores. Y cuando vamos a pedir perdón al Señor de nuestros pecados, de nuestros errores, Él nos perdona siempre, no se cansa nunca de perdonar. Nos dice: «desanda este camino, porque no te hará bien ir por aquí». Y nos ayuda. Esta es la reinserción, el camino que todos debemos hacer. Lo importante es no estar inerte. Todos sabemos que cuando el agua se estanca se pudre. Hay un dicho en español que dice: «El agua estancada es la primera en corromperse». No permanecer estancados. Debemos caminar, dar un paso cada día, con la ayuda del Señor. Dios es Padre, es misericordia, nos ama siempre. Si nosotros lo buscamos, Él nos acoge y nos perdona. Como dije, no se cansa de perdonar. Es el lema de esta visita: «Dios no se cansa de perdonar». Nos hace levantar de nuevo y nos restituye plenamente nuestra dignidad. Dios tiene memoria, no es un desmemoriado. Dios no se olvida de nosotros, se acuerda siempre. Hay un pasaje de la Biblia, del profeta Isaías, que dice: Si incluso una madre se olvidara de su hijo —y es imposible— yo no te olvidaré jamás (cf. Is 49, 15). Y esto es verdad: Dios piensa en mí, Dios se acuerda de mí. Yo estoy en la memoria de Dios. Y con esta confianza se puede caminar, día tras día. Y con este amor fiel que nos acompaña, la esperanza no defrauda. Con este amor la esperanza no defrauda jamás: un amor fiel para ir adelante con el Señor. Algunos piensan que hacen un camino de castigo, de errores, de pecados y que sólo es sufrir, sufrir, sufrir... Es verdad, es verdad, se sufre. Como dijo vuestro compañero, aquí se sufre. Se sufre dentro y se sufre también fuera, cuando uno ve que la propia conciencia no es pura, está sucia, y quiere cambiarla. Ese sufrimiento que purifica, ese fuego que purifica el oro, es un sufrimiento con esperanza. Hay algo hermoso, cuando el Señor nos perdona no dice: «Yo te perdono, ¡arréglatelas!». No, Él nos perdona, nos toma de la mano y nos ayuda a seguir adelante en este camino de la reinserción, en la propia vida personal y también en la vida social. Esto lo hace con todos nosotros. Pensar que el orden interior de una persona se corrija solamente «a bastonazos» —no sé si se dice así—, que se corrija solamente con el castigo, esto no es de Dios, esto es un error. Algunos piensan: «No, no, se debe castigar más, más años, de más». Esto no resuelve nada, ¡nada! Enjaular a la gente porque —disculpad la palabra— por el solo hecho de que si está dentro estamos seguros, esto no sirve, no nos ayuda. La cosa más importante es lo que hace Dios con nosotros: nos toma de la mano y nos ayuda a seguir adelante. ¡Y esto se llama esperanza! Y con esta esperanza, con esta confianza se puede caminar día tras día. Y con este amor fiel, que nos acompaña, la esperanza verdaderamente no defrauda. Os doy las gracias por la acogida. Y quisiera... me viene ahora decirlo, porque siempre lo siento, también cuando cada quince días hablo por teléfono a una cárcel de Buenos Aires, donde hay jóvenes y hablamos un poco por teléfono. Os hago una confidencia. Cuando me encuentro con uno de vosotros, que está en un centro penitenciario, que está caminando hacia la reinserción, pero que está detenido, sinceramente me hago esta pregunta: ¿por qué él y no yo? Lo siento así. Es un misterio. Pero partiendo de este sentimiento, de este sentir yo os acompaño. Podemos rezar juntos a la Virgen, nuestra Madre, para que nos ayude, nos acompañe. Es Madre. Avemaría....... Y por favor, ¡oren por mí! ¡Oren por mí!

REFLEXIÓN SEMANAL “Se compadeció de ella [de la muchedumbre]” (Ver Mateo 14:13-21). ¡Qué hermosamente nos representa esta escena el modo de ser de Jesús! Él se compadeció de ellos. En este relato vemos que Jesús y sus discípulos de veras necesitaban descansar y sin embargo cuando la muchedumbre necesitada se presenta, invadiendo su derecho al bien merecido descanso, Jesús no piensa en sí mismo, no se queja. Más bien, se compadece de ellos. ¡Qué gran ejemplo para nosotros! ¿Cómo está nuestro corazón? ¿Somos nosotros personas que nos compadecemos de los necesitados como fue el caso con Jesús? El corazón de Jesús lo impulsó a compadecerse por otros, a hacer obras de caridad por ellos, a sanarlos, a alimentarlos. ¿Qué hay de nosotros? ¿Hacemos un esfuerzo consciente por tener, lo que los líderes de nuestra iglesia llaman la opción preferente para los pobres? Aquí en Nuestro Santo Redentor tenemos la oportunidad de ayudar al pobre con nuestras Obras de Misericordia del Primer Domingo. ¿Está usted alerta a la Obra de Misericordia del mes como se publica en la sección en inglés del Boletín? Otra maravillosa manera en la que podemos ayudar a los pobres es haciendo una promesa a la Campaña de los Ministerios Católicos. ¿Ha hecho usted su promesa ya? Esta es su oportunidad de mostrar que su corazón, como el corazón de Jesús, se conmueve de piedad por ellos.“ El comenzó a Enseñarles Muchas Cosas

El comenzó a Enseñarles Muchas Cosas

Los Diez Mandamientos Explicados por el Catecismo

Los Diez Mandamientos Explicados por el Catecismo

2522 El pudor protege el misterio de las personas y de su amor. Invita a la paciencia y a la moderación en la relación amorosa; exige que se cumplan las condiciones del don y del compromiso definitivo del hombre y de la mujer entre sí. El pudor es modestia; inspira la elección de la vestimenta. Mantiene silencio o reserva donde se adivina el riesgo de una curiosidad malsana; se convierte en discreción. 2523 Existe un pudor de los sentimientos como también un pudor del cuerpo. Este pudor rechaza, por ejemplo, los exhibicionismos del cuerpo humano propios de cierta publicidad o las incitaciones de algunos medios de comunicación a hacer pública toda confidencia íntima. El pudor inspira una manera de vivir que permite resistir a las solicitaciones de la moda y a la presión de las ideologías dominantes.

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LECTURAS PARA EL

(Por los Hombres y Mujeres en las Fuerzas Armadas)

10 de Agosto de 2014

Cpt. Thomas Collins III, Anthony Costante, Tyler Daly, Sgt. Adam Dengel, Juan Diaz, Michael G. Gonzalez, Daniel Ingin, Susana Ladino, Sgt. Ramon Marrero, Pvt. Jack McKnight, John Mediate, Airman 1st Class Jerome Miles, Lt. Cmdr. Colleen Minihan, Mjr. Paul Minihan, Sebastian Moreno, Sean Joseph Mormon, Sgt. Allyson Parla, Petty Officer Floyd A. Rivera, Benjamin Rhodes, Sgt. Sammy Rodriguez, Edwin Sandoval, Luis Sic, Cpt. John Talafuse, Lt. Matthew Talibon, Corp. Daniel Vargas, Chief Petty Officer William A. Vega, Cpt. Johnetta Washington, Anthony Williams, Sgt. 1st Class Lynroy Williams

ADORACIÓN NOCTURNA ¿Interesado en pasar una hora en oración con Cristo durante los Primeros viernes del mes? Si desea hacerse miembro favor, llame al Diácono Cristóbal a la Rectoría (516) 378-0665.

ULTREYA Todos los miércoles después de la misa de las 7:30 pm celebramos la Ultreya en el sótano de la Iglesia. Será muy bien recibido. Por favor, llame a Rosario Ricse al (516) 425-8339.

IX Domingo Ordinario

 1ra Lectura: I Reyes 19,9. 11-13 Salmo Responsorial: Salmo: 84 2da Lectura: Romanos 9, 1-5 Evangelio: San Mateo 14, 22-33 GRUPO SEÑOR DE LAS MISERICORDIAS Lo invita a acompañarlos todos los lunes a las 7:30 pm en la Capillita del Antiguo Convento para rezar juntos la Novena al Señor de las Misericordias. Favor llame a Berta al (516) 379-8270.

PROGRAMA SUPLEMENTAL DE ALIMENTOS Para mujeres embarazadas y postparto por 6 meses, infantes y para niños hasta los 5 años de familias con bajo ingreso. Proveemos asistencia de alimentos, educación nutricional y evaluación de salud. Le damos referencia a médicos y agencias de servicios humanos. LLAME al 516-377-0157 o VENGA A NUESTRA OFICINA: Caridades Católicas: Programa WIC, 38 Saint John’s Place, Freeport, N. Y. 11520 El USDA es un Empleador que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades

FEEDING THE HUNGRY

When it was evening, the disciples approached Jesus and said, “This is a deserted place and it is already late; dismiss the crowds so that they can go to the villages and buy food for themselves.” Jesus said to them, “There is no need for them to go away; give them some food yourselves.” But they said to Him, “Five loaves and two fish are all we have here.” Then He said, “Bring them here to Me,” and He ordered the crowds to sit down on the grass. Saint Matthew XIV: 15-18 Directions: Find the words below from today’s Scripture reading in the puzzle. Words can go horizontally, vertically, and diagonally in all directions (as shown).

BAPTIST BASKETS BLESSING BOAT CROWDS CURED DEATH DESERTED DISCIPLES DISEMBARKED FISH FOLLOWED FOOD FRAGMENTS

HEARD HEAVEN JESUS LOAVES LOOKING MOVED PICKED SATISFIED TAKING THOUSAND TWELVE WICKER WITHDREW YOURSELVES

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