PARISH of OUR LADY of THE SCAPULAR and SAINT STEPHEN CHAPEL OF THE SACRED HEARTS OF JESUS AND MARY

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PARISH of OUR LADY of THE SCAPULAR and SAINT STEPHEN CHAPEL OF THE SACRED HEARTS OF JESUS AND MARY

Church 151 East 28th St., New York NY 10016-8102 Office: 142 East 29th St., New York, NY 10016-8156 Phone: (212) 683-1675, Fax: (212) 683-7921 E-mail: [email protected] Website: churchofststephen.com

Fr. Rafael Corniel, Parochial Vicar Fr. Michael Holleran, Parochial Vicar In Residence Most Rev. William J. McCormack, D.D., Retired Msgr. Walter Niebrzydowski, Retired Fr. Anthony Nwachukwu, Chaplain Fr. Stephen Okeke, Chaplain Fr. Damian Umeokeke, Chaplain Mass Schedule Church Monday –Friday 8:00am, 12:15pm Saturday 5:00pm (vigil) Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am (Spanish), Holy Day 8:00am, 12:15pm Chapel Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holy Day

5:00pm 12:00pm 12:30pm, 5:30pm 5:00pm (vigil) 5:00pm Church Office Hours Monday 8:30am-12:00noon 1:00pm-7:30pm Tuesday-Friday 9:00am-12:00noon 1:00pm-7:30pm Saturday 10:00am-1:00pm 2:00pm-6:00pm Sunday 7:30am-12:00noon

Chapel Office Hours Monday-Friday 9:00am-11:30am 1:30pm-5:00pm Sunday 12:30-2:00pm 4:30pm-6:30pm Handicapped entrance 29th St. (church) 33rd St. (chapel)

MOVING FORWARD IN FAITH Baptism

Baptism is the first and most essential Sacrament of Initiation into the Body of Christ, the Church. Call a parish priest regarding the necessary preparation for the celebration of the Sacrament. Sacrament of Reconciliation

FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Msgr. Lawrence Connaughton, Pastor

ALLELUIA, ALLELUIA, ALLELUIA

Parish Priests

Chapel 325 East 33rd St., New York, NY 10016-8156 Phone: (212) 213-6027, Fax: (212) 213-9136 E-mail: [email protected] Website: churchofststephen.com

Sacrament of the Sick This Sacrament brings the compassionate presence of Christ into the midst of the sufferings of those who are ill. A communal celebration is held in October. Call a priest for hospital or home visits. Devotions to the Blessed Virgin Mary

In this Sacrament of healing A Novena is prayed after the we are reconciled to God and the 12:15pm Mass every Monday. The Church. Saturday 4:00pm-4:45pm Rosary is prayed after the weekday (church) Sunday 4:45pm-5:15pm Masses (chapel) Communal Penance Services Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults are scheduled in Advent and Lent.

Marriage is a sacred commitment and so deserves the utmost consideration and care in its planning. Call a parish priest at least six months prior to the date of your wedding.

A process of learning, praying, reflecting and experiencing that provides a setting for those who are thinking about becoming Catholic. The sessions are also for baptized Catholics who have not yet received all the Sacraments of Initiation. Call a parish priest for information.

Adoration

Religious Education for Children

Marriage

An inter-parish religious On the first Saturday of each month there is a holy hour after the education is offered to children from grades K-8. Call the rectory for 12noon Mass at the chapel. information.

PARISH OF OUR LADY OF THE SCAPULAR/ST. STEPHEN Parish Staff Gladys Rodriguez, Maria Rivera (church), Rosemarie Bruno (chapel) Trustees Raymond Brancaccio, Patrizia Bove Elizabeth Fougner, Carmine Musumeci Parish Council Raymond Brancaccio, Sr. Jeanne Burns, Peggy Byrne, Elizabeth Fougner, Robert Keith Kennedy, Carmine Musumeci, Gladys Rodriguez, Paul Stockschlaeder, Evita Torre, Riguey Valencia, Laurie Walsh & Robert Wynkoop PARISH GROUPS Senior Citizens/33 Club Adults who are 55 and older socialize with one another and participate in activities and trips. Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:00pm-4:00pm (300 East 34 St. Apt. 35A) Tuesdays, 1:00pm-3:00pm (church hall) Young Adults Adults between the ages of 21 and 40 participate in social, spiritual and educational events. Legion of Mary Adults meet for prayer and discussion honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary. Thursdays, 6:00pm (church) 29th St. entrance RELIGIOUS/COMMUNITY GROUPS Carmelite Third Order Second Sunday of the month After the 9:30am Mass (church hall) Alcoholics Anonymous Saturdays, 3:30pm (church hall) 29th St. entrance Narcotics Anonymous Tuesdays, 5:00pm (church hall) 29th St. entrance

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MASS INTENTIONS SATURDAY, JANUARY 30

12:00pm 5:00pm

Theresa Fedorczav by Petra Paret Vito, Santo & Rose Racannelli

SUNDAY, JANUARY 31

8:00am 9:30am 11:00am 12:30pm 5:30pm

Joseph Rapa by Nivene Young Sofia Olivo by Priscila Olivo Marie Kiernan by Elizabeth A. Kiernan

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1

8:00am 12:15pm 5:00pm

Robert Giamarino by Rose Giamarino

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2

8:00am 12:15pm 5:00pm

Menchu Bate by Suazi Bate

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3

8:00am 12:15pm 5:00pm

Sime Curovic & Matea Jurac by Silva Ivanac

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4

8:00am 12:15pm 5:00pm

Roger Wilbeck by Efigenia Wilbeck Mary T. Walsh

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5

8:00am 12:15pm 5:00pm SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6

12:00pm Readings of the Week Sunday

Jer 1:4-5,17-19 1 Cor 12:31, Lk 4:21-30

Monday

2 Sm 15:13-14, Mk5:1:20

Alice Kernick, Rey Dean Salvosa, Gabriel Gonzales, Laura Huddlestone, Rita Medile, & Kenneth Nielsen

Tuesday

Mal 3:1-4, Lk 2:22-40

Wednesday

2 Sm 24:2, 9-17, Mk 6:1-6

The above names will be listed for four weeks unless otherwise requested.

Thursday

1 Kgs 2:1-4, 10-12, Mk 6:7-13

Friday

Sir 47:2-11, Mk 6:14-29

Saturday

1 Kgs 3:4-13, Mk 6:30-36

PRAY FOR THE SICK/OREN POR LOS ENFERMOS

FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOLY HOUR There will be a Holy Hour next Saturday, February 6th following the 12 noon Mass in the chapel. We hope that this time will enable more people to participate in the Holy Hour. YEAR OF THE PRIESTS There will be a concelebrated Mass on Sunday, February 14, 2010 at 9:30am to celebrate the gift of Priesthood. We will offer the Mass for those who presently serve the parish as well as those who have served, both living and deceased at St. Stephen, Our Lady of the Scapular and Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. A social with light refreshments will take place after the Mass. SILENT PRAYER The Centering Prayer Group meets every Monday evening at the chapel from 6pm to 7:15pm. Fr. Michael will help guide the Centering Prayer Group. Everyone is welcome. PLANNING AHEAD Everyone is obliged as faithful stewards to consider the responsible disposition of possessions after death. Works of charity become an ongoing legacy. To ensure that the legacy will go entirely to the purposes intended when you remember the parish in your will, be sure to specify that it is for the charitable works and maintenance of Our Lady of the Scapular and St. Stephen’s Church or the Chapel of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. A charitable gift annuity is also an excellent way to make a meaningful gift to our parish while enjoying income and tax benefits that can help enhance your financial well-being. if you are interested in learning about the Archdiocese’s Charitable Gift Annuity Program to benefit our parish, please call 212-371-1011, ext. 3318. All inquiries are confidential. CHECKS PAYABLE TO ST. STEPHEN’S CHURCH Each week we receive checks in the offertory collection from parishioners that are made payable to the Chapel / Church of the Sacred Hearts. The bank where we deposit the checks has informed us that in the future these checks may be returned to the parish and our account could be subject to bank fees. Please make all checks payable to St. Stephen’s Church to avoid this possible expense to the parish. STEWARDSHIP God is the giver of all gifts. The gifts of time, talent and treasure with which we are blessed are to be shared. As a community of faith we offer portions of our gifts to the church and to people who are in need. We give thanks to God and to you for your financial support of $3,787.00 Sunday, January 24, 2010.

JANUARY 31, 2010 HAITIAN RELIEF DONATION We are grateful to the many parishioners who contributed to the Haitian Relief Fund over the past two weeks. The total amount donated is $4,724.00. Parishioners who wish to make donations may do so by using the collection boxes in the church and chapel or by putting checks with a note in the memo of the check marked Haitian Relief Fund in the collection basket BLESSING OF THROATS We know very little about Saint Blaise except that he was Bishop of Sebate, Armenia, in the fourth century, and that he gave his life for Christ. Like many saints, he became a favorite in spite of the scarcity of information about him. Some say that he was a physician before he became a bishop. We bless throats on his memorial because of a story that he cured a little boy who was choking to death on a fishbone. The blessing of throats is not just for throat ailments, but for protection from all diseases; and it is not just for the sick, but for everyone. The blessing of throats will be offered on Wednesday, February 3rd at the 8:00am and 12:15pm Masses at the church and the 5:00pm Mass at the chapel. It is given by using two crossed candles that are tied with a red ribbon, honoring the martyrdom of Saint Blaise. When a priest or deacon is giving the blessing, he makes the sign of the cross over the person and says: “Through the intercession of Saint Blaise Bishop and Martyr, may God deliver you from every disease of the throat and from every other illness: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.” WORLD MARRIAGE DAY Family Life/ Respect Life Office cordially invites you, your family and friends to celebrate World Marriage Day 2010. World Marriage Day is an annual event honoring the vocation of marriage and family. This celebration affirms the life-long, sacramental commitment of husbands and wives and gives witness to the positive impact of their vocation on their families, communities, the Church and our Nation! The Longest Married Couple in the Archdiocese of NY will be honored on Sunday, February 14, 2010 at the 10:15am Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Reception following at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Meeting Room, 51st & Madison Ave. Seating is limited, RSVP 212-794-3190. BEQUESTS Remember your parish with a bequest in your will. For information regarding how to do this, contact the Planned Gifts Office of the Archdiocese of New York at 212-371-1011, ext. 3317

PARISH OF OUR LADY OF THE SCAPULAR/ST. STEPHEN THE PRESENTATION OF THE LORD Tuesday, February 2 On this day Christ’s faithful people, with candles in their hands, go out to meet the Lord and to acclaim him with Simeon, who recognized Christ as “a light to reveal God to the nations.” “They should therefore be taught to walk as children of the light in their entire way of life, because they have a duty to show the light of Christ to all by acting in the works that they do as lighted lamps.” (Ceremonial of Bishops, 241) According to the Hebrew law (see Leviticus 12:18), a woman remained ritually unclean for 40 days after the birth of a child. At the end of that time, she was to make an offering in the temple, and thus become clean --- that is, be restored to full participation in the life of the community. Another law required that every firstborn son be presented in the temple, and that a monetary offering be made on his behalf. Both these requirements were fulfilled when Mary and Joseph presented the child Jesus in the temple 40 days after his birth (February 2 is exactly 40 days after December 25).

The feast has been celebrated since the fourth century, as Egeria attests in her diary of pilgrimage to the Holy Land in about 381-384 A.D. She kept a diary of her travels, which includes detailed accounts of the liturgy we have. Like most of our liturgies, the feast of the Presentation of the Lord has undergone its share of changes over the centuries. Until 1969, the feast was called the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Now it takes its name from the other law fulfilled that day, the Presentation of the Lord. In the East, this feast is know as the “Encounter” or “Meeting”--- that is, the meeting of Jesus with Simeon. Candles blessed on that day will be available for purchase at the church and chapel. POSITIONS AVAILABLE The U.S. Census Bureau will be hiring New Yorkers to work in their own communities over the coming months in preparation for the 2010 Census. Temporary, full and part -time positions are available with hourly pay rates ranging from $14 to $21. Clerical and field positions available, census takers, crew leaders, and leader assistants, recruiting assistants and census clerks. Please call for more information 866-861-2010.

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HORA SANTA Tendremos la Hora Santa el próximo sábado, 6 de febrero después de la Misa de las 12:00 del medio en la capilla. Esperamos este horario sea para que mas personas puedan participar. AÑO DE LOS SACERDOTES El Domingo, 14 de Febrero a las 9:30 de la mañana celebraremos el regalo del sacerdocio. La Misa será celebrada por los sacerdotes en vida y ya fallecidos que actualmente le sirven o que le dieron servicio a San Esteban, Nuestra Señora del Escapulario y Sagrados Corazones de Jesús y María. Tendremos café, te después de la Misa en el salón de la parroquia. ORACIÓN EN SILENCIO El grupo de oración en silencio se reunirá todos los lunes en la capilla de 6:00 a 7:15pm. El padre Michael estará dirigiendo el grupo de oración en silencio. ¡Todos serán bienvenidos! PLANIFICANDO PARA EL FUTURO Estamos obligados como fieles administradores a tener una responsable disposición de nuestros bienes para después de la muerte. El trabajo de caridad es un legado de por siempre. Para asegurar que tu legado sea distribuido de acuerdo a como lo intencionaste, si deseas recordar a tu parroquia en tu testamento, especifica en tu legado que sea usado para el mantenimiento de; Our Lady of the Scapular/St Stephen's o the Chapel of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Un regalo por caridad anual es también una excelente forma de hacer un significativo regalo a nuestra parroquia y lo puedes recuperar en tus impuestos. Para conocer más de este programa de regalos caritativos de la Arquidiócesis para beneficiar la parroquia, llama 212- 371-1011, extensión 3318. Todo será confidencial. HAGA SU CHEQUE A NOMBRE DE ST. STEPHEN CHURCH Algunos cheques recibidos en la colecta están hechos a nombre de la Capilla o Iglesia de los Sagrados Corazones. El banco donde depositamos los cheques nos informó que pronto estos cheques nos serán devueltos. De favor, les pedimos que hagan sus cheques a nombre de St. Stephen para evitar tener que pagar la cuota que el banco pueda exigirnos. DISCIPULADO Dios es dador de todos los regalos. Los regalos del tiempo, talento y tesoro con los que hemos sido bendecidos por la gracia de Dios son para ser compartidos. Como una comunidad de fe le ofrecemos una porción de estos regalos a la Iglesia y la otra a la gente en necesidad. Le damos gracias a Dios y a ustedes por su ayuda financiera de $3,787.00 el domingo, 24 de enero 2010.

FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME DONACIÓN DE AYUDA PARA HAITĺ Les estamos agradecidos a todos nuestros feligreses que contribuyeron con ayuda para Haití en las dos pasadas semanas. La cantidad donada en total es de $4,724.00. Feligreses que aun desean hacer su donación pueden hacerlo usando las cajas a la entrada de la iglesia o capilla, o simplemente usando un cheque, póngalo con su colecta, pero, escriba en la parte donde dice memo: Haitian Relief Fund. SAN BLAS, OBISPO Y MARTIR Conocemos muy poco de San Blas excepto de que fue Obispo de Sebate Armenia, en el cuarto siglo, y que dio su vida por Cristo. Al igual que muchos santos ha sido uno de los favoritos aunque tenemos muy poca información sobre él. Algunos dijeron que él fue médico antes de ser obispo. Les bendecimos las gargantas basados en la historia de que él curó a un niño que estaba muriendo ahogado con una espina de pescado. La bendición de las gargantas no es solo para las enfermedades de la garganta, sino, en protección de todas las enfermedades; no es solo para enfermos. La bendición de las gargantas será ofrecida el, 3 de febrero en las Misas de las 8:00am y 12:15pm en la Iglesia y 5:00pm en la capilla. Se usan dos velas en forma de cruz atadas con una cinta roja. Para honrar el martirio de San Blas. Cuando un sacerdote o diácono está dando la bendición, hace la señal de la cruz sobre la persona diciendo: A través de la intercesión de San Blas, Obispo y Mártir, que Dios te proteja de toda enfermedad: en el nombre del Padre del Hijo y del Espíritu Santo. DIA MUNDIAL DEL MATRIMONIO La Oficina de Vida Familiar/ Respeto por la Vida cordialmente les invita, a usted y su familia a celebrar el Día Mundial del Matrimonio 2010. El Día Mundial del Matrimonio es un evento anual honrando la vocación del matrimonio y la familia. Esta celebración afirma la larga vida - de este compromiso sacramental de esposas y esposos testimonio del impacto positivo de su vocación a sus familias, comunidades, Iglesia y Nación! La pareja que más tiempo lleve de casados en la Arquidiócesis de Nueva York será honrada el domingo, 14 de Febrero 2010 en la Misa de las 10:15 de la mañana en la Catedral San Patricio. Le sigue la recepción en el Salón de reuniones de la Catedral San Patricio, calle 51 y Madison Avenue. Asientos limitados, RSVP 212-7943190.

JANUARY 31, 2010 LA PRESENTACIÓN DEL SEÑOR Martes, 2 de Febrero En ese día los fieles del Señor, con velas en sus manos, salieron a darle la bienvenida al Señor junto a Simeón, quien reconoció a Cristo como “la luz de Dios revelada a las naciones” Por eso, debemos aprender a caminar como hijos de la luz en su totalidad durante nuestra vida, porque es, nuestro deber, mostrar la luz de Cristo en nosotros para que todos vean en nuestra forma de obrar, que somos lámparas encendidas.” (Ceremonia de los Obispos, 241) De acuerdo a ley Hebrea (vea Levíticos 12:1-8), de acuerdo al ritual una mujer no estaba totalmente purificada hasta la cuarentena, después, del nacimiento de su bebé. Al final de esa fecha, ella debía hacer una ofrenda en el templo, y , entonces, quedaba limpia--- esto es, podía tomar participación en la vida de la comunidad. Otra ley, era, el deber de, presentar a su primer hijo en el templo, y, a su vez, dar una ofrenda monetaria en su nombre. Ambos requisitos fueron cumplidos, cuando María y José presentaron al niño Jesús en el templo, cuarenta días después de su nacimiento, (el 2 de febrero exactamente son 40 días después del 25 de diciembre. Esta festividad ha sido celebrada desde el cuarto siglo, tal, como Egeria testifica en su diario de su peregrinaje a la Tierra Santa cerca del siglo 381-384 A. D. Ella mantenía un diario de sus viajes, incluyendo detalles de la liturgia que nosotros usamos. Al igual que muchas de nuestras liturgias, la festividad de la Presentación del Señor, ha pasado por muchos cambios durante los siglos. En el 1969, la festividad era llamada la Purificación de María Santísima. Ahora, ha tomado el de la ley cumplida ese día, la Presentación del Señor. En el Este, esta festividad, ha sido conocida como el “encuentro” o “reunión”--- entre Jesús y Simeón. Tendremos velas bendecidas que usted puede comprar en la Iglesia y la capilla. POSICIONES DISPONIBLES La agencia del Censo de los E. U. estará contratando Neoyorquinos para que trabajen es sus propias comunidades en los próximos meses en preparación del censo 2010. Trabajos temporarios, tiempo completo, medio tiempo y dependiendo de la posición el salario por hora es de $14 a $21 dólar. Trabajo de oficina, de puerta en puerta, líderes de grupo, asistentes del líder y más. Para más información llamar 866-861-2010 o en el internet www.2010census.

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