PROTECTION OF THE MOTHER OF GOD EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2012

29 09 2012

Saturday, September 29 PROTECTION OF THE MOTHER OF GOD
4:00 PM Anointing of Holy Oil (Myrovania)
Dolores Dubik – Respenski Family

Sunday, September 30 PROTECTION OF THE MOTHER OF GOD
8:30AM EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
Anointing of Holy Oil (Myrovania)
God’s Blessing and Good Health on all parishioners.

Thursday, October 4
9:00 AM Dolores Dubik – Berria Jordzalla & Elizabeth Skrapita

Saturday, October 6
4:00 PM Mary Ann Sawka – Thomas Sawka

Sunday, October 7
8:30AM NINETEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
God’s Blessing and Good Health on all parishioners

The Feast of the Patronage of the Most Holy Mother of God
The chief motive that led to the institution of this feast was a vision granted to St. Andrew, the Fool for Christ, When the Saracens besieged the capital of Constantinople.
The people, terror-stricken, gathered in the church of the Most Holy Mother of God at Blachernae where her mantle was preserved, and there they held an all-night prayer vigil. The greatly distressed people filled the church to overflowing. Among the gathering were St. Andrew and his disciple, Epiphany, both of who also prayed for the protection of the city. After the service, St. Andrew saw the Most Holy Mother of God in radiant light as she was approaching from the royal doors (a name the Greeks gave to the main doors of the church) in the company of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Theologian and amid the singing of a great choir of Saints. The Mother of God proceeded toward the altar were she knelt down and prayed long, shedding tears. Afterwards she arose, removed from her head a luminous veil, and stretched it out wide over the people in church. Then she disappeared. St. Andrew and his disciple, Epiphany, saw the vision and understood that the Mother of God came to rescue the city. News of this miracle spread throughout the whole city like a flash of lightning. The enemy retreated and the city
was saved.

SANCTUARY LIGHT: The Sanctuary Light was requested to burn this week
September 29 – October 6 by Albert Piston in memory of Margaret Dombroski.

RUMMAGE – FLEA MARKET SALE: The Parish Women’s Society will be sponsoring a Rummage Sale Friday, Oct. 19, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM & Saturday, Oct. 20 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. You can bring yours donations of items to Church. A bake sale will also be available and the Women’s Society is asking all the parishioners to participate if they can to donate homemade baked goods. Your generous donations are really appreciated. Food will be served consisting of homemade piggies, whimpies, hot dogs, etc. Come and enjoy a shopping trip with a little lunch and some great baked desserts.

PRAY THE ROSARY: Before the 4:00 PM Divine Liturgy in the month of October the Rosary to the Blessed Mother will be recited. All Parishioners should please join in with the responses.

LUC CONVENTION: If anyone is interested in attending any of the LUC Convention functions, please contact Geri Kolotelo, Catherine Halloway or Ann Beshada. The Banquet is on Saturday, Oct. 13th and the price is $40 with a cash bar.
Other scheduled events are available on the bulletin board in the vestibule.

Advertisements

Actions

Information