Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost

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October 16, 2016

Coffee and Donuts – All guests from other parishes are welcome to join us after the 10AM Mass for coffee and donuts.

 All Souls Day Novena Envelopes – “All Souls Day” remembrance envelopes are in the back of church.  Write on the envelopes the names of your deceased family members and friends to be remembered during the All Souls Novena of Masses from November 2nd to the 10th.  Deposit these envelopes in the collection basket, or mail them to the office by October 30.

Cemetery Visit – Holy Name Society – Members of the Holy Name Society will be visiting Mount Calvary Cemetery, 500 S. 13th Street, to pray for the dead after the 9:00 AM Mass on Saturday, November 5.  All are welcome to join them.

November Friday Evening Schedule – Please note the alteration to the Mass schedule for these three Friday evenings in November:

  • Nov. 4 — 6:30pm Mass (no Adoration)
  • Nov. 11 — 6:30pm Mass (no Adoration)
  • Nov. 18 — No Adoration or Mass (both cancelled)

Morning Mass on these days will be at 7:10AM as usual.  This will be the final time that we have to alter our Friday evening schedule.  Thank you for your understanding.

All Saints Party – Siebert Park – On Sunday, October 30, we will have our All Saints Day Celebration, at the Cabin/Pavilion—Siebert Park on Rt. 15 in Camp Hill Borough.   Festivities start at 11:30 AM.  Food, Games, & Costumes!  The young and the young at heart are invited to dress as their favorite saint!  Brochures are located in the back of Church.  For more information contact Dawn Forbeck at forbecks@comcast.net

2017 FSSP Calendars – Available Now – This Sunday the 2015 FSSP Calendars are available in the back of Church for $15.00 each.  Funds from your purchase go toward supporting our Mater Dei Community.

October Food Collection – Grocery bags with lists of items needed by Silence of Mary for their Thanksgiving food distribution will be available for your convenience today.  Items needed for Thanksgiving dinners are instant potatoes & sweet potatoes, stuffing, canned yams, canned vegetables & cranberry sauce, gravy in jars or packets, and brown sugar in boxes.  Please take a bag and bring it back filled with items on the list by the end of October.  Thank you in advance for your charity.

Frozen turkeys:  Anyone wishing to donate a frozen turkeys to Silence of Mary can call 737-4107 to arrange dropping them off by November 17. The office is open Monday-Friday 10 AM – 3 PM. Call first before dropping them off  They would like the turkeys to be in the 12 Lb range.

Words of Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity, Discalced Carmelite

(Canonized a Saint today, October 16, 2016)

My mission in Heaven will be to draw souls, helping them to go out of themselves to cling to God, with a spontaneous, love-filled action, and to keep them in that great interior silence which enables God to make His mark on them, to transform them into Himself.

 O Mother, do not worry about me.  The good God has given me such grace that I lost all track of time.  This morning He spoke this word deep within me: “If anyone loves Me, My Father will love them; We will come to them and make Our home within them.”  At that very moment I experienced the truth of it.  I cannot describe how the three divine Persons revealed Themselves, but I saw Them holding loving converse within me and I still seem to see Them.  How great God is and how He loves us.

 It seems to me that I have found my Heaven on earth, because my Heaven is You, my God, and You are in my soul.  You in me, and I in You — this shall be my motto.

 Make my soul . . . Your cherished dwelling place, Your home of rest.  Let me never leave You there alone, but keep me there all absorbed in You, in living faith, adoring you.

 Here in Carmel, there is nothing, nothing but God.  He is all, He suffices, and one lives for Him alone and for His glory. . .This life of prayer and contemplation, interceding always for His people before the Face of God.