1 A community of Faith hope and love Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 29, 2018 You are just, O God; Your judgement is just!
2 Would you like to join our vibrant community of Faith, Hope, and Love at St. Bernard s? Sign-up and get to know us at one of our monthly New Parishioner Registration and Welcome evenings! For information, call the parish office at , or download a form from our website Click on Join St. Bernard s on the bottom of the home page form. If you move away, please notify us as well. S T.BERNARD S CATHOLIC CHURCH Phone/ Fax Website: PASTORAL TEAM Father Ralph Sommer, Pastor ext. 130 Father Joe Nohs, Associate Pastor ext. 128 Father Innocent Duru, Chaplain In Residence Deacon John Blakeney Deacon James Flannery Mrs. Susan Martin, Director of Religious Education Phone/ Fax The Religious Education Center is closed on Fridays. Sr. Christine Sammons, O.P., Coordinator of Parish Social Ministry Pat McDonough, Director of Youth & Young Adults Ext. 144 Mrs. Mary Jane Witte, Director of Liturgical Music ext. 142 Ms. Diane Vella, Pastoral Associate ext. 143 Mrs. Rose Marie Rotondo, Sacristan Mr. Len Lanzi, Facilities Manager ext. 120 Mr. Dimas Carbajal, Head of Maintenance ext. 126 CYO Basketball: website: Spiritual Life Schedule of Masses: Saturday: 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am (Family Mass), 10:30 am, 12 Noon, 5:30 pm (Youth Mass) Weekdays: 8:00 am Holy Days: see website: Confessions: Saturday: 4:00-5:00 pm. Weekdays: After the 8:00 am Mass Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Novena and Benediction: Monday: Check schedule on page 4. Morning Prayer: Monday through Saturday, 8:30 am, Prayer Room. Books are available. Baptism of Children: We welcome infants and children to our Christian community! Baptisms are held on select Sundays at 1:30 pm. Please contact the parish at least 3 months before an anticipated baptism even before a new child is born to ensure enough time to complete the baptism preparation process. Our three-step preparation process includes: 1) at-home reading and preparation by the parents; 2) an intake conversation with a member of our parish staff; and 3) participation with other parents in a Sunday morning gathering, which begins with attendance at our 9:00 am Family-friendly Mass. Please call or to request a Baptism information and preparation packet. Marriages: Church arrangements should be made at least 6 months before the marriage and before making any contracts with restaurants or caterers. Please call the Rectory to set up an appointment with a priest, Ministry to the Sick and Aging: If you are, or know of someone who is homebound and would like to receive Holy Communion, please call the rectory at St. Vincent De Paul Society: Usher Coordinator: John Lyons (516) or Bulletin Deadline: Friday, 5:00 pm, nine days prior to publication. You may us at or leave a printed copy in the inbox on the bulletin desk in the Parish Office. Thank you for your cooperation! 2 MISSION STATEMENT With faith, hope, and love the people of St. Bernard's parish family are on a mission to bring the gospel of Jesus to the Levittown Community and beyond.
3 The Bread Boy E mail Father Ralph: Bishop Barres s Letter Fifty years ago Pope Paul VI wrote the encyclical Humanae Vitae which was considered controversial in its day. Looking back over those five decades it turns out that he was rather prophetic in considering the issues of human life. In recognition of the anniversary of this document, Bishop Barrres has written a pastoral letter to everyone in our diocese and has asked us to invite people to read it. The diocese has put it together on any easy-to-read website and you can view it at supremegiftletter.com In his letter, Bishop Barres not only references Paul VI but also more recent popes up to and including Pope Francis and he also highlights our own diocesan efforts to help couples who are trying to conceive. Sommer in the Summer Dates for a visit from your pastor are still available in August. Check out stbernardchurch.org/ sommertime One of the amazing miracles of Jesus was the multiplication of the loaves and fishes. He fed thousands, as we see in today s gospel (John 6:1-15) using only five loaves and two fish as the source of this abundant feeding. But perhaps the one person who gets overlooked in the drama of this great event is the boy who had those few loaves and fishes. My guess is that his family gave him the job of carrying their lunch. And now he s surrounded by a bunch of big apostles who want him to give up the food. I can only imagine his dad saying to him, We gave you only one job: hold on to the lunch. And you gave it away? From a distance those few loaves and fish were almost nothing, compared to the needs of the crowd. But to the boy, it was everything he had! The gospel doesn t say if the boy was a willing participant in the food donation, or whether he was cajoled or otherwise pressured into giving it up, but we know that without his loaves and fishes, the crowd would have gone away hungry. As we get ready to do some amazing renovations of our parish campus, I can t help but think of the nearly 500 families who have already given in our Let s Build! Campaign. The largest gift to date has been $71,000. The smallest has been one gift of $20. The average pledges are between $3,000 and $4,000 over five years (between $50 and $70 a month). No one family has given the whole amount ($1.75 million) nor is that necessary when many people share their equivalent of loaves and fishes. Just as Jesus was able to take what the boy had to offer and multiply it so that all were fed, so too we -- as a church family -- accept all the gifts and watch them multiply into an amount that will meet our needs. If you are still considering what pledge to make, perhaps today s gospel will inspire you to make this the week to decide and let us know. We wouldn t want to have to send a bunch of big apostles to your house! 3
4 PARISH NEWS The Rosary Society will meet on Monday, August 6 at 12:30 pm in the prayer room of the church. We will pray for our individual needs and those of all Rosarians, living and deceased, especially those who are sick. We all want peace. Let us pray together for peaceful solutions to the problems present in our homes, our families, our parish, our country, and the whole world. We also will pray for the members of our armed services, and our policemen and fire fighters and all those who work to keep us safe and healthy. Each if us offers a prayer intention before we begin to pray. Please try to join us. All women of the parish are welcome. ST. BERNARD'S CENTER FOR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Mrs. Susan Martin, M.A., Director, Catechists are called to teach and share the Person of Jesus to our little ones! Parents, grandparents, college students, high school seniors are invited to join the Religious Education ministry. We are currently in NEED of volunteers on Monday afternoons from 4:15-5:30pm. Training is provided along with user-friendly teacher manuals. Teaching the faith is one of our spiritual works of mercy. Please call Mrs. Martin if God is calling YOU at Interview and background check is necessary. It is an important volunteer work as the rewards are "out of this world." Have you forgotten to mail in your Registration form? IF so, it's not too late to mail it in but hurry as our classes are filling up fast! Water Color Art Show See page 12 4 GIFTS OF TREASURE SUNDAY COLLECTIONS July 22, 2018 July 23, 2017 $ 10, $ 11, envelopes 497 envelopes Faith Direct $ 2, $ 2, Total Collection $ 13, $ 14, Second Collection: Air Conditioning $ 3, $ 4, envelopes 315 envelopes Faith Direct Have you enrolled yet? Code = NY272 PARISH CALENDAR (Subject to change) Monday, July 30 2:00 pm Zumba Gold, Parish Center 7:30 pm Miraculous Medal Novena, Church Tuesday, July 31 10:00 am Our Lady of Consolation, Parish Center 7:00 pm Spanish Rosary, Prayer Room 7:00 pm Summer Faith in Film Series, Parish Center 7:00 pm Vivitrol Support Group, School Room 206 7:30 pm AA Meeting Rehearsal, School Room 207 Wednesday, August 1 2:00 pm No Zumba Gold 8:00 pm Bread of Life Prayer Group, Parish Center Thursday, August 2 9:30 am Padre Pio Prayer Group, Prayer Room or Parish Center 9:30 am Shawl Ministry, Parish Center 1:45 pm St. Vincent De Paul, Clairvaux House Friday, August 3 7:15 pm Most Holy Trinity Prayer Group, Prayer Room Saturday, August 4 All day 70 th Anniversary BBQ and Ducks Game 11:00 am Women s AA Meeting, Cafeteria 6:00 pm Sacred Heart Community, Parish Center 8:00pm Nocturnal Adoration, Church Sunday, August 5 4:30 pm Youth Choir Practice, Church 6:30 pm Youth Ministry Meeting, Parish Center 8:00 pm AA Meeting, Cafeteria
5 MASS INTENTIONS This listing may not reflect recent changes or additions. Saturday, July 28 8:00 am Louis Malizia, Patricia Rosalia, David Juliano 5:00 pm Vincenza D Ruckdeschel - 7 th Anniversary Remembrance Sunday, July 29 7:30 am Elain Tiso 9:00 am Donna Nese 10:30 am Thomas Abruzzo, Eugene McDonagh, Robert Malone, Antoinette Colicchio 12 Noon FOR ALL PARISHIONERS 5:30 pm Daniel Aiello Monday, July 30 8:00 am Florence Spicer Tuesday, July 31 8:00 am Gannon & Lacey Families Wednesday, August 1 8:00 am Peggy Byrnes, Birthday Remembrance Thursday, August 2 8:00 am Patrick Steffens Friday, August 3 8:00 am Deceased Members of the Hall Family Saturday, August 4 8:00 am Bernard Patrick Hawkhurst, 35 th Anniversary, Dorothy Shepski & Walter Shepski, Jr. 5:00 pm Stephen Witkowski Sunday, August 5 7:30 am Agatha Pulice 9:00 am Living and Deceased Members of Holy Innocents Knight of Columbus 10:30 am Saveria Cruiscuolo, Nicholas Tursi, Peter F. Harvey, Linda McCue 12 Noon Thomas Cuff, Jr. 5:30 pm FOR ALL PARISHIONERS PRAY FOR OUR BELOVED DECEASED AND THOSE WHO MOURN FOR THEM Nicholas Caiola Ed Costello Constantine Cucurullo Bruce W. Honig David M. Juliano Claudia Perri Caroline Stocker SACRAMENTS BANNS OF MARRIAGE Second Time Jonathan Basile, St. Bernard Parish, Levittown Kamrie Lovie, St. Bernard Parish, Levittown BAPTISMS We welcome into the parish the following new members: Elise Jane Alcock Juliette Amanda Conroy Juliana Winter Foss Emma Marie Henry Anthony Steven Indelicato Emalyn Julia Maldonado Trinity Marina Maldonado Riley Shea Mostacci Logan Dennis Tuthill Congratulations to the happy parents. PRAY FOR THE SICK OF OUR PARISH Sara Aprigliano Kathy Bonura Ike Bootsma Mary Jane Cannata Debra Crocitto Robert Dreger Daniel Ihroog Tom Joyce Mike Kirby Andrew Lalonde Jr. Karen Martin Ava Pinto Fred Rappa Thomas Wenz Cynthia Wilson Charlota Zabala All names will remain on the list for 4 weeks after you call in. After that time we ask, if necessary, to call again. Thank you for cooperating and God bless all. Please pray for all those on our Long-term Sick List Baby Mason Francis Combs Susan Arena Brian Austin Lorraine Bardolf Arlene Barsch Lois Byrne Jean Caprera Rosemary Clark Monica DeLaRosa Sr. Juliana Deptuch Debra Dowdell Margaret Dowdell Gerry Finlan Jim Finlan Linda Fitz Kathleen Flaherty Rich Fuleki Muriel Gallagher Teresita Gallego Michael Giampetruzzi Colleen Grasing John Guiffre Mike Hach Patricia Hafner Carolyn Hakim Cynthia Hansen Donna Hare John Hartofil Vicki Jacona Steve Jugan Jerome W. Kalkhof Anne Kalman Katherine Anne Kwestel Violet Kwestel Martin Logan Tia Mabanta Jaime Macias Andrew Mahoney Lucy & Richard Marconi William McDonagh Teresa McDonald Mary McLean Mary Messina Irmgard Montanino Kerri Orlando Johnny Perdue Rosina Perri Catherine Pipinou Dolores Pizzo Joan Rampolla Fred Rappa Laureen Quinn-Sturge Deanne Reilly Vinny Rosa John Rotondo, Jr. John Rotondo, Sr. Flore Rowe Federico Rueda Eve Saint Thomas Saint Terry Sherwood Guadalupe Silva Danielle Stallone Frances Stallone Norma Steiger Liberty Tabag David Testa Rosalie Travers Frances Trzcinski Joan Virostko Theresa Votta Brendan Wagner 5
6 Adult faith formation Summer Faith & Film Series Join us for our annual summer Faith & Film series, with films curated for you by Deacon John and Father Augustine. 5 Tuesday evenings, 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Center Ziad Doueiri s The Insult, which is shortlisted for the foreign-language film Oscar, plunges into the thicket of Lebanon s sectarian divisions with a riveting courtroom drama that shows how even minor interpersonal tensions can boil over into national traumas. While the issues it engages are timely and important, the film s claim to fame really comes from its terrific accomplishments on every front, from writing and directing to acting and cinematography. August 7 Like Father, Like Son (Japan, 2013) August 14 St. Paul: Apostle of Christ (USA, 2018) August 21 Wonder (USA, 2017) July 31 The Insult (Lebanon, 2018) August 28 Previously announced Pope Francis film is not yet available. Replacement film TBA! For information, contact Deacon John at Maybe it s time to Belong Going to church but not baptized? Baptized, going to a Catholic church, but not Catholic? Baptized Catholic, going to church, but not confirmed in the faith? Join the journey to adult faith! Name: Phone: Best time to call: Place form in collection basket, or contact Diane Vella: ext. 143 or 6
7 ALPHA IS COMING! Get ready for ALPHA! About 100 of us will gather for a free meal to start off. Eating together is a great way to build community. Together we ll watch short videos on a topic of life and faith. They will engage you and inspire conversation. Small group table conversation provides the opportunity to share thoughts and ideas on the topic presented. Alpha for adults (in English and Spanish) and High School Alpha will meet 8 Fridays 9/21 11/16, 6:30-8:30 pm, plus Alpha Retreat 11/3 For info about Alpha, or to sign up, go to Monday, August 20, 6:00 pm Mass ( This is a time correction) Annual St. Bernard s Feast Day Mass and Picnic Bring Your Own Picnic and Games (This is a family event; no alcohol please!) RAIN OR SHINE! Are you good at meeting and greeting?? St. Bernard s Worship Greeters greet people at the doors of the church and make them feel welcome. We are looking for welcoming individuals, couples, or families to join our team of Greeters. WE PARTICULARLY HAVE SPOTS FOR THE SAT. 5:00 and SUN. 12:00 MASSES! Commitment is to arrive 30 minutes before Mass, and greet at a particular Mass every third week for one year. Also help out on special occasions. Contact Diane Vella at ext. 143 or 7
8 LITURGY CORNER Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 29, 2018 First Reading: Twenty barley loaves and some fresh grain the man from Baal-Shalishah brought to Elisha to feed a hundred people. Who would believe that this would be enough food for that many people. Elisha s servant did not. But Elisha, the prophet who succeeded Elijah, refuses to rescind his instructions to the servant. Indeed, there was enough food and even some left over. The miracle story of Elisha feeding the one hundred, pairs with the story of the multiplication of the loaves and fish in the Gospel reading. God s abundant care for his people is evident in both. In God, we will never go hungry. Responsorial Psalm 145: The refrain provides the obvious connection to the first reading as it affirms how the Lord s hand feeds us and how the Lord answers our needs. The reference in the second stanza to the Lord providing the faithful the food they need, also relates to the feeding story from 2 Kings. Overall, the psalmist in Psalm 145 conveys the bounty of the Lords goodness toward his people. For the goodness of our gracious Lord, we give thanks. Second Reading: Ephesians 4 begins a section of the letter that offers moral instructions to Christians. The verses we proclaim today provide a list of virtues that teach us what it means to live as Christians. The statements of unity that includes seven one statements, reveal how deep the communion among Christians within the Church is. The Church makes visible the unity founded on the one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God, and one Spirit because the Church is the one Body of Christ. Gospel: From today through the end of August, the Gospel readings come from John 6 concern Jesus identity as the Bread of Life. We begin in this chapter with the story of the multiplication of the five barley loaves and two fish. At the beginning of the story, Jesus inquires of Philip where they are going to procure enough food for the large crowd. Philip s response does not provide a practical solution, but simply restates the problem in monetary terms. Andrew notes the boy with the barley loaves and fish. Foreshadowing the Eucharist, Jesus gives thanks and distributes the food. The disciples gather the leftovers. Through the miracle, Jesus provides more than enough for everyone to have their fill. Jesus rejects the earthly kingship he knows this great sign would bring, so he withdraws to the mountain again. His work is a ministry of nourishment for it is the will of his Father that he should feed people, even with his very life. Sourcebook 2018 Sunday, July 29. Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. 2 Kings 4:42-44; Ephesians 4:1-6; Psalm 145:10-11, 15-18; John 6:1-15. Monday, July 30. Jeremiah 13:1-11. (Ps) Deuteronomy 32:18-21; Matthew 13: Tuesday, July 31. Memorial of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Priest. Jeremiah 14:17-22; Psalm 79:8-9, 11, 13; Matthew 13: Wednesday, August 1. Saint Alphonsus Liguouri, Bishop and Doctor of the Church. Jeremiah 15:10, 16-21; Psalm 59:2-4, 10-11, 17-18; Matthew 13: Thursday, August 2. Jeremiah 18:1-6; Psalm 146:1-6; Matthew 13: Friday, August 3. Jeremiah 26:1-9; Psalm 69:5, 8-10, 14; Matthew 13: Saturday, August 4. Memorial of Saint John Vianney, Priest. Jeremiah 26:11-16, 24; Psalm 69:15-16, 20-21, 30-31, 33-34; Matthew 14:1-12. Sunday, August 5. Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Exodus 16:2-4, Ephesians 4:17, 20-24; Psalm 78:3-4, 23-25, 54; John 6: Daily readings can be found online at: THE RIDE HOME This feature is for families to share their thoughts as they travel to and from Church. 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time July 29, 2018 Readings for July 29, 2018 August 6, 2018 Gospel: John 6:1-15 Adults: When has a generous gift from someone offered me hope? Children: What loving gift can I share with someone this week? 8
9 A Diocesan Young Adult Retreat So I send You Join the Diocese of Rockville Centre Young Adult Ministry for our summer conference: "...so I send you" Register online: The darkness of our hesitations, fears and anxieties can overwhelm us in a world that provides no breath. Like the disciples, we can be locked in and afraid. It was the encounter with the Spirit that changed everything bringing light and life. This day of talks, community and Sacraments will renew and inspire the mission we are called to, while drawing us closer to Christ Himself. August 4 th, 9:00 am 5:30 pm $40( includes breakfast & lunch) Immaculate Conception Seminary, Huntington, NY Mass with Bishop Barres Sponsored by DRVC & Starfish Coffee House Thursday, September 13, 7:30 PM Catholic Daughters monthly meeting in the parish center. Friday, August 3 is the First Friday of the month and is always dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Sunday, October 21, 10:30 AM Mass Catholic Daughter Sunday recognized Save the Date: Saturday, November 24 Annual Craft Market in the school gymnasium. See bulletin for details as we move closer to the date. Catholic Daughters always welcomes new members. For information, please contact Kathy Scarallo at and/or Susan Maher at NOCTURNAL ADORATION SOCIETY gathers this Saturday, August 4 at 8:00 pm in the Church. All are welcome to attend and spend time in adoration of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. 9
10 St. Vincent de Paul: Thanks to everyone who remembers our low-income Levittown neighbors with food and monetary donations. Special thanks to the Levittown Community Council for their donation following their Lazy Days of Summer event! As always, we are most grateful! This week, our pantry needs include: Canned meat (tuna, chicken) Canned pasta ( Chef Boy-ar-dee type) Canned tomatoes Canned corn Beans (1 lb. bags or cans) Boxes of pasta Toasted Oats cereal ( Cheerios type) Please remember the poor boxes and to buy one, get one free! Don t tell anyone (especially your children) that before too long, it will be back to school. As is our custom, we will try to provide some items for each of the children whose families visit our pantry. We have noticed that good sales are beginning, so if you feel the urge to shop, our children could use: Marble (not spiral) notebooks Index cards Post-its Markers Pencils Pens (black, red, blue) Crayons Glue sticks 2 and 3 binders and loose leaf paper Backpacks for junior and high school students As always, thank you for your gracious generosity! We are also happy to accept Target and Walmart gift cards, which can be helpful for clothing and shoes. PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY Sr. Christine Sammons, O.P., Gabriel s Courage: At a recent meeting of Parish Social Ministry Coordinators, we were introduced to a very important program which is part of Catholic Health Services wide outreach. Gabriel s Courage is a family-centered prenatal program for families who receive a life-limiting prenatal diagnosis during their pregnancy. The program offers a team approach to care and support throughout the pregnancy, birth and post-birth of a baby. Any woman living in Nassau or Suffolk who has received such a diagnosis is eligible for Gabriel s Courage services. We have further information in our office if someone you know is experiencing a challenging pregnancy. If you wish, you can call for further information. In addition to Gabriel s Courage, we were given good information about Good Shepherd Hospice (skilled medical and supportive care with compassion,) and Catholic Home Care (providing skilled care in the comfort of your home in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens.) The women from Catholic Health Services who gave the presentations reminded us of how pro-active the Catholic community is in reaching out to those in need of compassionate, professional caring. A quote they live by is: You matter until the last moment of your life and we will do all we can, not only to help you die peacefully, but to help you live until you die. (Dame Cicely Saunders.) Their services are accessible to all individuals, regardless of race, color, religion, lifestyle or economic status. Call our office for further information, or call Their website is: St. Bernard s Alzheimer s Caregiver Support Group Meetings are held on the 2 nd and 4 th TUESDAY of the month from 11:00 am to 12:00 Noon in St. Bernard's Parish Center. This program is designed to help each other cope with the challenging situation of dealing with someone with dementia. For more information, please call Mike Bartholomew at
11 Total Raised to Date $1,413,082 Percentage of Minimum Goal 80% Number of Pledges 493 When can we start? We re looking forward to engaging the services of the architects soon, but we re waiting to reach our minimum goal so we can be sure to give them a realistic budget. So the sooner people send in their pledges, the sooner we start! THANK YOU!!! After we suggested using our online donation site, Faith Direct, we received quite a few new pledges. That was easy, wasn t it? To pledge on line, you can use the Q-Code above or go to and and click on the Faith Direct link at the bottom of the page. Average Gift Spread the word! 5 loaves & 2 fish * Our Lets Build! signs are popping up all over town in people s windows. Have you put up a sign of support on your house? If you have a copy of last week s bulletin, there s a sign printed there. If not, stop in the sacristy after Mass or the rectory office and we ll give you one. And be sure to tell others as to why you are supporting our campaign. We re 80% there and with the participation of your friends and neighbors, we ll soon reach our minimum goal of $1.75 million. * Our average gift is currently $1.57 a day. That doesn t sound like much, but as in today s gospel, even small gifts can be multiplied into miraculous amounts! Can you give a few loaves & fishes? Benefits of using Faith Direct? No need to mail your contributions in. Save paper and postage Save the parish money -- we won t need to mail out reminders Get points if you use your credit card to donate It s fast, safe and secure 11
12 Water Color Art Show Selected watercolor paintings by Father Augustine are being displayed in the Prayer Room of St. Bernard s Church, Levittown, from July for viewing and acquisition through silent auction. The Art show is extended for another week in order to facilitate more participation. It will end on 5th August before 5.30 PM mass. The proceeds of the sale of paintings go to help the ministry of the Little Sisters of the Poor for the aged and the destitute. The Little Sisters of the Poor provide service to the poorest of the poor in all the impoverished areas of the world. They pick up the homeless and destitute from the streets and offer them quality dedicated service absolutely free. It is their charism to live by the providence of God without receiving big donations but sustain their ministry by begging day by day. This art show is only a little effort to afford them small help to support their mission. By buying one of these paintings you are adding your tiny mite to the great work of God for the poor that Pope Francis has been consistently promoting the faithful to do. All the pictures are matted and framed and are ready to decorate your homes or to be presented as gifts. This will be a Silent Auction and here is the procedure: 1. Please choose the painting that you are interested in and note the number. 2. From the plastic box pick the card that bears that number. 3. Write your name, phone number, and your offering for the painting. 4. The highest bidder gets the picture. 5. The last date for the auction will be July 29. Thanks to the Peck Family for donating the picture frames. 12
15 ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE AUGUST 2018 C=Crossbearer 1. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to Mass A=Acolyte 2. Please dress appropriately for Mass B= Bookbearer 3. Please find replacements if you cannot serve T=Thurifer 4. Please remember to sign in MASS August 4 & 5 August 11 & 12 August 18 & 19 August 25 & 26 13th SUNDAY OF 14th SUNDAY OF 15th SUNDAY OF 16th SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME ORDINARY TIME ORDINARY TIME ORDINARY TIME 5:00 pm Sat. C Marcela Vasquez Jayson Melgar Michael Albrecht Frank Pietraniello A Britney Cardenas Louie Sabino James Lawlor Julianna Pietraniello A Kathy Aguilar Kenneth Gonzalez Isabelle Torre Michael Pietraniello B Andrea Chavarria John Prosceo Seanacy Lawlor Kevin Prosceo 7:30 am Sun. C Zac Martin Liam Burden Aidan McCaughey Zac Martin A Jenna Summer Marcela Vasquez Greg Milau Collin McVetty A Frank Vespa James Lawlor Jenna Summer Ron Renda 9:00am Sun. C Gina McGough Lauren Barsch Chris Leshinsky Michael Albrecht A Chris Leshinsky Nicole Barsch Alyssa Leshinsky Nicole Leshinsky A Ron Renda Alyssa Leshinsky Kevin Leshinsky Gina McGough B Brian Leshinsky Kaila Hess Brian Leshinsky Kaila Hess 10:30 am Sun. C Tyler McManus Frank Pietraniello Elisa Montanino Russell Macias A Frank Pietraniello Julianna Pietraniello Isabella Montanino Keith Macias A Louie Sabino Michael Pietraniello Thomas Kruk Kenneth Gonzalez B Caroline Keegan open Caroline Keegan Ayden Lemoine 12 noon Sun. C Eddie Cahill Britney Cardenas Bridget Paddock Greg Milau A Thomas Kruk Frank Vespa Emilia Salazar Emilia Salazar A Danny Lang Kathy Aguilar Ron Renda Kathy Aguilar B Victoria Lang Samantha Keegan Ayden Lemoine Samantha Keegan 5:30 pm Sun C Tyler Zorn Collin McVetty Liam Burden Tyler Zorn A Shannon Zorn Elisa Montanino Danny Lang Shannon Zorn A Isabelle Torre Isabella Montanino Frank Vespa Bridget Paddock B open Ryan Paladino Victoria Lang Andrea Chavarria HAPPY BIRTHDAY WISHES To: L. Sabino 8/1 M. Albrecht 8/13 T. McManus 8/15 F. Vespa 8/16 B. Cardenas 8/23 As always Thank You for your Service & Dedication to St. Bernard's 15
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