27 04 2009

Saturday, April 25
4:00 PM John & Anna Rudeski – Jack, Annetta & Jaclyn Rudeski
8:30 AM God’s Blessings and Good Health for all Parishioners

Wednesday, April 29
9:00 AM Peter Hubick –

Friday, May 1
8:30 AM

Saturday, May 2
4:00 PM Frank Kulick – 40th Day – Wife Eleanor and Family

8:30 AM God’s Blessings and Good Health for all Parishioners

Saturday Liturgy is 6:00 PM
Sunday Liturgy is 10:30 AM
Forget the hurts and unkindness of all yesterdays so that today you will have room to be joyful and at peace.
Lord, bless me with the ability to let go of that, which causes me pain, so
that I may not miss the great joys that today will bring.

BUILDING FUND: We are sincerely grateful for all the donations received to our Church Building Fund in memory of Andrew Patrylak. The total amount to date is $935.00. The following are the last donators that we received: Hilbert Edwards, M/M Michael Natarian, M/M Brian Carpenter, Mr. Robert Patrylak, Dr. & Mrs. Glenn Kratze, Eleanor Nowinski, Dolores Symancek & Family, Rita Lacey & Family, Carolyn Zalappa & Carol Lynn Maciejczk, Eva Malischak, Steve & Ruthie Newberry, Nell Vojnarski, V. Piszczek, Jerry & Jaye Strumski, Dorothy & Frank Kobela, Leona Kobela & Ellen Saad, Dr. & Mrs. Thaddeous S. Nowinski and June Patrylak Neff.

The Easter Cycle

The Easter Cycle lasts from the Sunday of St. Thomas (the Sunday after Easter) to the Sunday of All Saints. The period from Easter to Pentecost embraces fifty days and is called by the common name of Pentecost. The Sundays in the Easter season are each named for the event recounted in the Gospel of that day. These occur in the following order: The Sunday of St. Thomas, the Sunday of the Myrrh-bearing Women, the Sunday of the Blind Man, the Sunday of the Fathers of the Church, the Sunday of the Descent of the Holy Spirit (Pentecost) and the Sunday of All Saints. The Easter season, i.e., the post-feast of the Resurrection, lasts forty days, that is, to the feast of the Ascension of our Lord.
The Easter cycle includes thirty two Sundays which follow in consecutive order and for this reason are called ordinary Sundays to distinguish them from the festal Sundays which have their own proper epistle and Gospel. There are a few such festal Sundays in the year, as for example, the Sunday before and after the Nativity of Our Lord and the Sunday before and after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. The ordinary Sundays begin with the Sunday of All Saints and end their cycle on the Sunday of Zaccheus which is followed by the Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee. The number of these ordinary Sundays depends upon the date of Easter; that is, if Easter comes earlier then there will be more ordinary Sundays, if later, fewer ordinary Sundays.

God is never more than a prayer away –
may He guide you safely day by day.

SANCTUARY LIGHT: The Sanctuary light is requested to burn this week April 25 – May 2 by Ann Beshada for Special Intention.

FLOWERS: Our thanks to Jack, Annetta and Jaclyn Rudeski for their donation of flowers this week in memory of John & Anna Rudeski.

SVIACHENE: Our Sviachene (Easter Dinner) will be held next Sunday, May 3, 2009 in our Church Hall at 2:00 PM. Tickets are available The cost is $12 for adults and $5 for children under 12. Please try to attend this Church Social and bring your family and friends. This is the last week end to purchase your tickets. If you did not purchase your tickets the deadline is April 29th. If you plan to be with your fellow parishioners for this nice get together please get your tickets. Donation of desserts for the dinner will be greatly appreciated. Cakes, cookies, puddings, or whatever you desire we will accept. Our thanks to those who donated Gifts for the Chinese Auction to date: Nancy Palumbo – Cosmetic Bag, Kathy Wasichanin – Handmade Needlepoint items, Irene Frisbie – Canister, Stephie Zearfoss – 6 Pysanky, Ann Beshada – 6 Pysanky, Paul & Marion Rose – Toaster, Broiler oven. A few more gifts are needed for the Chinese Auction, Chairman of the Chinese Auction is Mary Ann Kachinko.



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