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1 St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church PASTOR Rev. James E. Molgano PASTOR EMERITUS Rev. Thomas Rynne ASSISTING CLERGY Rev. Msgr. Blasé Gintoli Rev. Joe Torretto PERMANENT DEACON Dea. Edward Fischer III DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & OPERATIONS Lorie Shekailo, CPA ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Jane Marszewski PASTORAL ASSISTANT Claudette Horst SACRISTAN Nora Henderson DIRECTOR OF SACRED MUSIC & CHORAL MUSIC Melanie Steinke DIRECTOR OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS Jay Horst GROUNDSKEEPER David Bocchino SECURITY Joe Silvia DIVINE MERCY COUNSELING AND HEALING CENTER Donna Gardner, M.S. John Stadelman, M.A. July 29, 2012 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 2555 NE Savanna Road, Jensen Beach, FL Phone (772) ~ Fax (772) Website:

2 St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church Parish Information Regular Mass Schedule Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:00pm Sunday Masses: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:45am Daily Mass: Monday - Friday 8:30am & 5:30pm (Celebrated in Adoration Chapel) Saturday Daily Mass: 8:30am (Celebrated in Church) Doors of the Church are open 3pm Sat. & 7am Sun. Holy Days: 7:00pm Vigil (evening before), 8:30am, 5:30pm Holy Hour, Charismatic Mass with Healing Prayer: 1st Wednesday of the Month (Sept-May) Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession: Saturday 9:00 10:00am & 3:00-3:45pm & By Appointment. Novena to Our Lady: Saturday, after 8:30am Mass Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration: (In the Chapel) Midnight Monday through Noon Saturday ********************************************************************************* *Parish Office Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 9:00am - 12:00pm Closed 12pm-2pm 2:00pm - 4:00pm *Closed Tuesdays & Thursdays Caritas Gift Shop Hours: Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Fri.: 9am-1pm Sunday 9am-12 pm Closed Monday & Saturday St. Martin s Parish Family Welcomes You! Regardless of whether you are here for a few days, weeks, or months, we are pleased that you have chosen us to be your parish away from home. If you are new to the parish, or just visiting, please stop in and introduce yourself. We are delighted to have you share in the celebration of the Eucharist. New Parishioners Every parishioner in the parish should be properly registered. New families are asked to register as soon as possible. Registration forms are available at the Parish Office, from ushers before or after Mass, or online. Families moving out of the parish should notify the Parish Office. Jensen Beach, Florida Parish Sacraments Sacrament of Baptism All families seeking Baptism of a child should be registered and active members of the parish for at least 3 months prior to the date of the Baptism. Parents and Godparents are required to attend a Baptismal Preparation Class before scheduling the Baptism. The class is held on the first Saturday of every month. Sacrament of Confirmation Contact the Parish Religious Education Office for more information at Adult candidates wishing to be Confirmed must first complete an Adult Religious Education Program. Sacrament of Marriage Weddings are celebrated on Friday at 6:30pm, and Saturday at 10:30am & 1:30pm. Engaged couples should contact the Parish Office a minimum of 6 months before the wedding date to complete their preparation. If an annulment of a previous marriage (Catholic, non-catholic or civil) is required, please contact the Parish Office for more information. Sacrament of Reconciliation See Parish Information for times. Seasonal Reconciliation Liturgies are held during Advent & Lent. Children in the second grade make their First Reconciliation. For more information, please contact the Parish Office. Sacrament Of Anointing The Sacrament of Anointing is celebrated every first Saturday after the 8:30am Mass. The Sacrament is also conferred upon special request. Please contact the Parish Office. Visitation of the Sick Home or hospital visitation by a member of the clergy or by an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion can be arranged upon request. Please contact the Parish Office. Sanctuary Candle 7/29-8/4 for: The People of St. Martin de Porres Church Book of Intercessions Given by: Anonymous In Honor of: The People of St. Martin de Porres Church

3 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 29, 2012 Mass Intentions For the Week D=Deceased L=Living Intention Monday, July 30, :30 AM L Mary Schaeffer Readings for the Week of July 22, 2012 Nicholas & Jacqueline Dunyak 5:30 PM D Robert Magee Fr. James Molgano Tuesday, July 31, :30 AM D Julius DeRosa Gloria Osborne 5:30 PM D Betty Fallen Donna & Bill Mang Wednesday, Aug. 1, :30 AM D James Freshour Wife, Carolyn Thursday, Aug. 2, :30 AM D Blanche Caillouette The Women of Emmaus 5:30 PM D Mirella Macaluso Angela & Dominic DiFiglias Friday, Aug. 3, :30 AM D Debbie Schindler Lillian & Ed Kelly 5:30 PM D Rita Lyons Saturday, Aug :30 AM L For All Parish Priests Sunday, Aug. 5, :30 PM D Michel & Rene Roussel-Dupre Fr. James, Clergy & Staff of St. Martin de Porres 4:00 PM D Robert Ruh Sr. Wife, Carol 7:30 AM D The Deceased Mbrs. of the Bilquin & Daly The Family Families. 9:00 AM D Walter & Donald Hand Kathleen M. Hand 10:45 AM L The People of St. Martin Huguette Price Please Pray Tor the Members of our Parish Family who are ill Please remember Mary Doolittle Slama, Louis Felice and All the Sick Members of our Parish in your prayers. May the Intercession of Our Blessed Mother grant them consolation and complete healing. For the Deceased Members of our Parish Family Please remember All the Deceased Members of our Parish in your prayers. May they rejoice forever with the angels and Saints before the Heavenly throne of God. Parish Calendar 30 Monday Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Begins at Midnight Chapel 31 Tuesday PARISH OFFICE CLOSED Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel 01 Wednesday SOUP KITCHEN Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel 6:30pm Martin s Kids Meeting Tuscany Banquet Rm. 02 Thursday PARISH OFFICE CLOSED Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel 2:00pm Knitting Angels Siena Rm. 6:30pm Choir Practice Choir Rm. 7:00pm Men of St. Martin Siena Rm. 03 Friday Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel 04 Saturday Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel 9:15am Novena to Our Lady Church 9:00am & 3:00pm Confession Church 9:30am SFO Monthly Meeting Siena Rm. 05 Sunday REGULAR MASS SCHEDULE Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 2 Kgs 4:42-44; Ps 145; Eph 4:1-6; Jn 6:1-15 Saint Peter Chrysologus, Bishop and the Doctor of the Church Jer 13:1-11; Dt 32; Mt 13:31-35 Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Priest Jer 14:17-22; Ps 79; Mt 13:36-43 Saint Alphonsus Liguori, Bishop and Doctor of the Church Jer 15:10, 16-21; Ps 59; Mt 13:44-46 Thursday Saint Eusebius of Vercelli, Bishop; Saint Peter Julian Eymard, Priest Jer 18:1-6; Ps 146; Mt 13:47-53 Friday Jer 26:1-9; Ps 69; Mt 13:54-58 Saturday Saint John Vianney, Priest Jer 26:11-16, 24; Ps 69; Mt 14:1-12 Sunday Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Ex 16:2-4, 12-15; Ps 78; Eph 4:17, 20-24; Jn 6:24-35 ; Eph 4:1-6; Jn 6:1-15 Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed them to those who were reclining, and also as much of the fish as they wanted John 6:11

4 St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church Dark Knight reveals our need for the Light! Jensen Beach, Florida In the darkness of the Midnight hour of Friday, July 20, a lone dark figure equipped with tactical gear walked into a cinema in Aurora, Colorado and opened fire killing 12 people and wounding another 59. It was the Preview showing of the latest film in the comic series Batman. But the carnage that ensued that night for 71 people and others is anything but comical! In fact, it was downright evil! As I humbly stood this past Sunday morning to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to offer my homily in the wake of this senseless tragedy, I perhaps like many other priests and clergy across this nation struggled to find the words that would challenge each of us to pause and reflect upon what truly caused this latest outbreak of unimaginable terror. I suggested that we consider the influence of evil all around us and to recognize that our culture has become more fixated on the dark side of our wounded and sinful nature giving accelerated rise to a culture of death. Why is it, I asked, that we continue to compromise our values and virtues for an agenda that appears to be tolerant and accommodating towards what can only be described more accurately as the wiles of the Enemy which continues to confound the best of us? Take something that was once seemingly innocuous, such as the original TV series Batman and compare it with the more recent versions of this now dark hero figure replete with full body armor and weaponry that would be the envy of any soldier or tactical law enforcement personnel. What has happened to us as a society and culture? What has happened to our notion of right and wrong good and bad? Why is it that we have allowed ourselves to become duped by those in positions of authority and power that would seek to tear down and destroy the inherent good of people rather than truly edify and build up the people they are entrusted to serve notwithstanding Church or State? Why is it that we have become so desensitized to sin and the amoral sensationalism propagated by certain powers within mass media and the political arena? So much so in fact that it seems we have become increasingly apathetic to the traditional principles that indelibly bears the immutable Thought of God. Has life and living become so monotonous or intolerable that we continue to resort to image-building of the golden calf and other such idols thus replacing a true punctilious perspective for a virtual reality engineered by technology and the social media? What is this tenacious grip on so many of us that has seemingly resulted in our tapping out, thus throwing in the proverbial towel to signal our submission? Very simply and sadly it is the influence of evil. The cunning serpent has, ever since the Fall, relentlessly seduced and deceived humankind through myriad and multiple means to entice us to overindulge our lower sensuous appetite that is opposed to our rational faculty. This is what I often refer to as stinking thinking. As the adage goes, Misery loves company! The once mighty Archangel Lucifer become Satan fell from God s Grace and Heaven due to pride, arrogance and disobedience and swayed a third of the angels to fall with him. And ever since that time, all of humanity has been subject to his taunts and temptations. The snares of the father of lies are insidiously woven for one purpose and one purpose alone to make us fall like he chose to do! Out of Grace with God thereby risking our eternal salvation! Perhaps the most devious ploy of Satan over the last 50 years or so has been, as I often say, to convince us that black and white is ambiguous and therefore we are entitled to see only hues of gray. But Truth be told black and white are real colors and only God gets to color with gray! Father James Molgano

5 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 29, 2012 The Prodigal Son s Brother We all know the story of the prodigal son. Please take a moment to recall the part of the story that describes his brother: Now the older son had been out in the field and, on his way back, as he neared the house, he heard the sound of music and dancing. He called one of the servants and asked what this might mean. The servant said to him, Your brother has returned and your father has slaughtered the fattened calf because he has him back safe and sound. He became angry, and when he refused to enter the house, his father came out and pleaded with him. He said to his father in reply, Look, all these years I served you and not once did I disobey your orders; yet you never gave me even a young goat to feast on with my friends. But when your son returns who swallowed up your property with prostitutes, for him you slaughter the fattened calf. He said to him, My son, you are here with me always; everything I have is yours. But now we must celebrate and rejoice, because your brother was dead and has come to life again; he was lost and has been found. Luke 15: Sometimes as our spiritual life unfolds, our forms of devotion expand. While this is a wonderful thing to experience, we can run the risk of developing a sort of spiritual pride or simple lack of friendliness towards other people who may not have exhibited the same devotion, participation or level of activity. Perhaps it can even be perceived by newcomers as an unwelcoming atmosphere. Do we reach out to new members of our parish? Do we rejoice in those who return? Do we welcome people to participate in our ministries? Do we celebrate each new face and address them with a smile, or like the prodigal son s brother, do we focus more on our own service or become more intent on the faces of those we know so well, who have been devoted for so long. Every new face is a reason for celebration. EVANGELISM IN ACTION: Offer a warm welcome to every new parish member. Please send your comments, thoughts and suggestions for EVANGELISM IN ACTION to or call Keith Thompson at Notice of Open Position Pastoral Center - Palm Beach Gardens, FL The Diocese of Palm Beach is currently seeking an Administrative Assistant in the Development Office Please see our job posting and application instructions at employment Matt. 25:35 FOOD PANTRY We now have food baskets at each entrance to our Church, to help feed the hungry. Please bring your donation so your Food Pantry may continue to feed those in need. Matt: 25:35...for I was hungry and you gave me food Publix generously gives us bread and pastries, which need to be picked up in Palm City on Thursdays between 6:00-7:00am. To volunteer, contact Norma Olio at or

6 St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church Jensen Beach, Florida In the Diocese of Palm Beach, is celebrating Natural Family Planning Awareness Week July 22 July 28.

7 Natural Family Planning Week July 22 July 28 Frequently Asked Questions * How effective is Natural Family Planning Statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and a World Health Organization study show that the Billings Ovulation Method and the Sympto-Thermal Method of Natural Family Planning are % effective in postponing pregnancy when couples are properly taught and the method is followed correctly. Is the Billings Ovulation Method the same as the "Rhythm Method"? No. The Billings Ovulation Method is very different from the Calendar Rhythm Method. Rhythm, which was developed in the 1930s, is based on a calculation of a woman's previous menstrual cycle lengths. In the Billings Ovulation Method, which was developed in 1950, fertile and infertile phases of the cycle are determined by observing the normal changes in cervical mucus secretions which every fertile woman experiences. Who developed the Billings Ovulation Method? The Billings Ovulation Method was developed more than 40 years ago by Drs. John and Lyn Billings of Melbourne, Australia. Dr. John Billings is a neurologist and Dr. Lyn is a pediatrician. They have taught the Billings Method all over the world and today they spend much of their time teaching in China. What does the Church teach about Natural Family Planning? Pope John Paul II quoting Humanae Vitae states that "'any action, which either before, at the moment of, or after sexual intercourse, is specifically intended to prevent procreation is morally wrong. If there are reasonable grounds for spacing births, arising from the physical or psychological conditions of husband or wife, or from external circumstances, the Church teaches that then married people may take advantage of the natural cycles imminent in the reproductive system and use their marriage at precisely those times that they are infertile, and in this way control birth without offending moral principles...'" (General Audience of August 8, 1984, quoting Humanae Vitae 16). What does Natural Family Planning do for a marriage? Couples have found that NFP has made them more aware of their combined fertility, opened new avenues of communication, and has added an enriching dimension to their marriage. Many couples report improvement in their relationship with NFP. Are doctors familiar with NFP? Most physicians are not taught Natural Family Planning methods in medical school. However, a growing number of physicians are embracing Natural Family Planning methods as part of their practice. For more information on a NFP-only physician in your area contact One More Soul. I am currently using the Pill. Can I stop using it at any time? Yes! You can quit your packet at any point during your cycle. You do not need to complete this month's pills. Most women will experience a withdrawal bleed after taking their last pill. Although it can take up to two years for the Birth Control Pill to be completely out of your body, many women will return to normal cycling after three or four months of discontinuing the Pill. And we've heard the remaining pills are good for plants! Can breastfeeding mothers use NFP? Yes. During breastfeeding a woman may experience a time of natural infertility. This time, however, is variable for every woman and for every pregnancy. This time of infertility depends upon the inter-relationship of many factors including the baby and mother's needs, and the style and frequency of feeding. The Office of Natural Family Planning offers special classes for breastfeeding mothers to help them learn how to use NFP and chart while breastfeeding. Who can use Natural Family Planning? Because the Billings Ovulation Method of Natural Family Planning is based on each woman's unique and individual cycles, anyone can use the method. Whether a woman is discontinuing contraceptive medication, breastfeeding, approaching menopause, has irregular cycles, or the couple simply wants to develop a healthy awareness of fertility, the Billings Ovulation Method can provide valuable information. Through private or group instruction, couples learn to chart their signs of fertility and infertility. Frequent and confidential followup chart reviews allow the couple to gain confidence in the method and assurance of its success in their marriage. What is the cost for Natural Family Planning? Natural Family Planning is covered by many health insurance plans. If it is not, a sliding fee scale is used to cover instructions, materials, and follow-up. This fee is based on income and family size and may be waived or reduced if necessary. Once the Billings Ovulation Method is learned, charts and stamps cost approximately $4 per year. *Natural Family Planning website Diocese of Palm Beach

8 St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church Jensen Beach, Florida Why spend an hour with Jesus In The Blessed Sacrament? Over the next couple of months the Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Committee will be presenting "Twenty-four Reasons For Wanting To Spend One Hour With Jesus In The Blessed Sacrament." Twelve will be from the teachings of the Catholic Church, and another 12 will be Biblically based. ( Reasons #6 Teaching of the Church -- Jesus wants you to do more than to go to Mass on Sunday. "Our communal worship at Mass must go together with our personal worship of Jesus in Eucharistic adoration in order that our love may be complete." (Pope John Paul II, Redeemer of Man) Biblical Teaching -- Each hour you spend with Jesus will deepen His Divine Peace in your heart. "Come to Me all of you who are weary and find life burdensome and I will refresh you..." "Cast all of you anxieties upon the One who cares for you..." "My Peace is My Gift to you." (Mt 11:28; 5:7; Jn 14:17) Come and experience Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament! Contact Lisa at or for scheduling or more information. Jesus welcomes you at any hour, but hours in most need are: Monday: 1AM, 3AM ; Tuesday: 1pm ; Wednesday: 2pm; Thursday: 2AM; Friday: 1AM, 2AM, 4AM, 11AM, 12pm. Spiritual Adopt a Baby Month 5 Mommy felt me kick Today This month marks the half-way point to birth, and the baby is very active. Sleep habits develop and his mother can feel him move and stretch, particularly when she is resting. He is big and strong enough to kick hard against the outside uterine wall and dent it. Up to now, although he swam with ease in his watery world, he was too small for her to detect because the inside of the uterus has little feeling. Babies born at this age have survived. To counteract the movement for abortion, Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen recommended the spiritual adoption of unborn babies. During your earthly life, this child which you have adopted, will be known only to GOD, but in the hereafter, you will enjoy each other s company for all eternity. Jesus, Mary, Joseph, I love you very much; I beg you to spare the life of the unborn child that I have spiritually adopted, and which is in danger of being aborted. Please join us in prayerful and peaceful Vigil in front of Planned Parenthood Wed 3-5 & Fri Rt. 1 Emerald Plaza. Prayer to Avert Hurricanes God our Father, Creator of the Universe and Lord over all creation, we humbly stand before you as your children in thanksgiving for your loving care and protection. We ask that you keep us safe from all hurricanes which may threaten us in the coming seasons. Protect us from all fear and anxiety of storms and give us an ardent trust and hope in Your love and mercy. You alone have the power to command the sea, the wind and the rain. You alone bring peace, calm, and safety. Father, we thank you in advance, for you are our only Refuge. We ask this through Christ, Your Son, Who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen. Mary, Queen of the Apostles, and Patroness of our Diocese, pray for us. Prayer Before an Election Lord, Holy Father, Almighty and Eternal God, as the national election of 2012 approaches, we seek to better understand the issues and concerns that confront our City, State, and most especially, our Country, and how the Gospel compels us to respond as faithful citizens in our community. We ask for eyes that are free from blindness We ask for ears that will hear the cries of children unborn... We ask for minds and hearts that are open to hearing the voice of leaders who will bring us closer to Your Kingdom. We pray for discernment so that we may choose leaders who hear Thy Word, live Thy Love, and keep in the ways of Thy Truth as they follow in the footsteps of Jesus and the Apostles, the Martyrs and Saints, and all the Holy Men and Women who have gone before us in faith, and who will guide us to Your Kingdom of Justice and Peace. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ Thy Son and the Holy Spirit, through the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Amen.

9 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 29, 2012 Thank You, Bill! It is with great sadness that we say farewell to our dear friend and brother Knight, Bill Hartdegen, GK. He is sojourning north to be with his family and friends. He was very active in our Council and in our Parish, having served as Minister of Hospitality/Usher, as well as with many of the activities in the Parish by his generous spirit that is always willing to lend a helping hand. We will greatly miss his presence but will always remember his kind heart and his humility. Thank you Bill and God bless you! CHRISTMAS IN JULY At VtÜ àtá exä z Éâá Z yàá 9 UÉÉ~á CHRISTMAS GIFTS, NATIVITIES, CARDS ALL ON SALE!! Come in early for the best selection Tuesday through Friday: 9-1pm Sunday: 9-12pm Closed: Monday & Saturday

10 St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church Stewardship An act of worship not an act of obligation Jensen Beach, Florida A Stewardship Prayer Loving Father, Discerning Vocation From the U.S. Bishops Pastoral Letter, Stewardship, A Disciple s Response Jesus calls us individually, by name. Each one of us has a personal vocation. God intends each one of us to play a unique role in carrying out the divine plan. The challenge then is to understand our role our vocation and to respond generously to this call from God. Becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ leads naturally to the practice of stewardship. God calls each of us to be stewards of our personal vocations. For Parents Because we are baptized, we are called to be disciples to live out our discipleship every day. This is the common vocation of all Christians. Have you ever considered what you are doing being a parent, holding a particular job as something God has called you to? Can you look back on your life and see God s hand at work leading you to this point in your life? Living Stewardship Together Parents, share with your children how what you are doing reflects the call you have received from God. Children, share with your parents where you think God is calling you in your life. For Children A vocation isn t just for priests and sisters! God is quietly calling all of us you, too! to a vocation, a specific job or way of life. What talents has God given you? What are you good at? What is God calling you to do and be today? Ask Him! From the International Catholic Stewardship Council July 2010 Newsletter A Stewardship Moment The story of the multiplication of the loaves and the fishes is a familiar one, and has many lessons, not least of which is how our willingness to share who we are and what we have - exercising good stewardship - releases God s power and bountifulness on the world and its people. Do we realize that there is enough for all if we are willing to share? Are we aware that God is at work when we share our time, our money and our other resources in His name? You sent your Son into our lives to make us a new creation through the power of your Spirit and the healing waters of Baptism. Through this same Spirit open our hearts, rekindle our faith, and give us the courage to proclaim the Good News to those who do not know Christ or who have turned away. Then may the joy we share in Christ Jesus bring peace and hope to a troubled world much in need of experiencing your saving grace. We offer this prayer in the name of Jesus your Son who lives with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen. From the International Catholic Stewardship Council July 2012 Newsletter Our Goal: $129,500! Raised to Date: $ 90,405 70% of Goal! Have you returned your pledge card yet? Pledge cards may be mailed to the address on the envelope or placed in the collection basket. Envelopes and brochures can be found in the vestibule of the Church and in the Parish Office. Thank you to all who have given so generously!

11 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 29, 2012 THE BASICS OF ONLINE GIVING How does ParishPay help my parish? ParishPay has developed a proven, customizable strategy to introduce Automated Offertory to churches of any size, denomination or socio-economic background. This program offers churches a variety of tested strategies, the assistance of an experienced Customer Service Manager, a wide range of templates for materials, and a sharing of the most successful ideas and strategies from our more than 1,000 church partners. What are the benefits of using the program? There are many benefits of using ParishPay including stabilizing collections and increase giving. Read more at this page to learn what ParishPay can do for your parish: What should I put in the collection basket? ParishPay understands that the presentation of gifts is an essential component of the liturgical experience. To offer the same reflection process, we provide parishioners donation slips to put into the collection basket, which are tear-off postcard-sized cards to represent that week's gift. Can I change the amount or the date of my gift? Changing your gift amount can easily be done online through your personal account. Once you update your gift you will have the option to select a new date and or amount which you would like to change. Can I make a donation in someone else's name? ParishPay is currently developing a feature to dedicate gifts in someone s name or a cause. Please contact us if you would like to know more. Can I support my vacation parish as well? It is possible to give to as many parishes as you wish as long as they are registered at ParishPay. Can my contributions be made weekly? We offer the option of a monthly or bi-monthly giving options and a one-time gift option. How will you remind me that my gift is coming out of my account? ParishPay will send you an reminder 5 days in advance of the date your gift is transacted. What payment methods do you accept? Parishioners can donate using Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover. They can also contribute through bank transfers. Currently, 56% of parishioners use bank transfers and 44% of parishioners use credit cards. What day do funds from my account get debited? Gifts will be collected on the 5th and/or 20th of each month. Will I receive an annual statement that substantiates my charitable donations to my parish? ParishPay s parishioners a chartable substantiation statement in January each year. Additionally, ParishPay will mail a hard copy of the statement at no additional cost upon request. HOW DO I ENROLL? Go to and click on Sign Up Call us at Contact Lorie Shekailo in the Parish Office at ext. 11 QUESTIONS? Call Parish Pay at Call Lorie Shekailo in the Parish Office at ext. 11

12 Join our Ministers of Hospitality! Many hands make light work and we need a few more hands...especially at the 7:30 & 10:45 am Masses. Please prayerfully consider giving of your time! Please contact Lorie Shekailo at ext. 11 if you can help! Do you have a special devotion to the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist? Do you attend daily mass? Do you feel the Lord is calling you to serve His Most Precious Body and Blood? If you answered, "Yes!" to any of these questions, the Holy Spirit may be urging you to serve as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion! PRAYER FOR OUR TROOPS Parishioners or Family of Parish Members Maj. Richard Dembowski, Capt. Scott Dembowski, Lt. Matt Dembowski, Maj. Lazaro Costa, Maj. Paul Burke, Keith Mackin, Pvt. Matthew M. Cabana, Capt. Brian Konie, UT 1 Brian Murphy, Lt. Cdr. Tom Muldoon, Sgt. Joe Wankelman, Maj. Peter Hesford, Capt. Keith Nunn, Don Couture, Eddie Gallagher, Ron Mahoney, Capt. Deanne Bryant, Sgt. John Fortner, Christopher McFarland, Anthony McFarland, Gregory Costas, LCP Lisa Pfeiffer, SFC Gerard Fraino, Maj. Mario Russica, SA Jeffrey Mihalik, Jr., A1C Zachary Mihalik, Lt. Jordan Hoffmann, A1C Thomas Andrews, Pvt. Chad Corriveau, PFC John Michael Dakoulas, Spec4 Tony Alee, Cpl. Adam Joseph Weinstein, Sgt. Brian Hamm, Pvt. Bradley L. Noone, LTC. Larry Smith, William Schweikert, 2 nd Lt. Edward J. Marion, A1C Ryan Mihalik, A1C Michael Compton, Pvt Francis Paul Kuveikis, Pvt. Shawn Kuveikis, LCPL Joshua W. Jett, E3 Todd Philip Drury, PFC James Mocello, Sr. OS2 Brandon Haas, LCP Mike Richardson, AWO3 Nicholas Giannine, PFC Thomas Huff, Lt Comm. Jonathan E. Musman, Raymond Sabol, L/CPL, CPT Timothy R. Blairy, Matthew Joseph Maitre, Ryan Francis Maitre, LTC Thomas J. Ruge, Lt Col Geoff Graze, PFC Corey Lee Jones, PVT Robert M. Garza, USN Jayme Timmerman, Michael E. Tocci, USMC, PFC John Woods. Attention Students Students in grades 5 through 12 who are interested in becoming youth lectors, please call Mahalla Lenzi at to set up a training time. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the Scriptures, to gain confidence in speaking before an audience, and to give service to our parish. KYLE CONRAD ASSIST IN THE GOAL SCHOLARSHIP. This special Scholarship is awarded each year to one or more Jensen Beach High School graduates who have excelled in both academics and sports. Donations to this fund may be made at any PNC Bank or at the Parish Office. Checks should be made payable to the Kyle Conrad Scholarship Fund. Applications will be available in the scholarship packets distributed at JBHS in the fall.

13 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 29, 2012 Upcoming Meetings/Events Confession Saturday 9:00am - 10:00am 3:00pm 3:45pm and by appointment Martin s Kids Meeting Wednesday, August 1 6:30pm Tuscany Banquet Rm. Knitting Angels Thursday, August 2 2:00 pm Siena Rm. Choir Practice Thursday, August 2 6:30pm Choir Rm. Men of St. Martin Thursday, August 2 7:00 pm Siena Rm. Novena to Our Lady Saturday, August 4 9:00 am Church SFO Monthly Meeting Saturday, August 4 9:30am Siena Rm. Capital Fund Last week s collection was $480. We have raised $48,065 to date! Thanks to your help, the shortfall of $19,784 for the 2011 DSA Campaign has been paid, we ve been repairing the Church s air conditioning units and updating our computer technology. If you would like to contribute, please place your donation in an envelope marked Capital Fund and place it in the collection basket.

14 MINISTRY CONTACTS: Altar Care/Art & Environment Ann Huesing Altar Servers Nora Henderson Caritas Religious Gift Shop Tracey Zaberer Catechesis & Faith Formation Parish Office Catholic Daughters of the Americas Carol Armstrong Divine Mercy Counseling & Healing Center Office Ext. 32 Donna Gardner John Stadelman Emmaus Susie Bobko Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Celeste Norup Homebound Ministers Dr. J. Perez Knights of Columbus Council # 8048 Julio Perez Knitting Angels Norma Olio Latin Mass Choir Parish Office Lectors Ed Wasielewski Matthew 25:35 Ministries: Soup Kitchen Pat Rosati or Thrift Store Michelle Florio RESPECT LIFE DIRECTORY FOR CONFIDENTIAL HELP/PREGNANCY ASSISTANCE Pregnancy Care Center Stuart Ft. Pierce Care Net or POST ABORTION CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING Rachel s Vineyard Call Donna at (561) Diocesan Respect Life Office Toll free at (888)465-HOPE (4673) Call Don Kazimir at (561) Food Pantry & Charity Outreach Rita Melichar Men of St. Martin Fellowship Dave Olio Ministers of Hospitality/Ushers Lorie Shekailo Music and Liturgy Melanie Steinke Ext. 27 Ordo Franciscanus Saecularis (formerly Third Order) Catherine Rosemary Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Lisa Buss Pre K-5 Religious Education Parish Office Prison Ministry Parish Office R.C.I.A. Parish Office Respect Life Dave Olio Sacred Scripture Bible Study Susie Bobko Sacristan Nora Henderson Volunteer Coordinator Michelle Florio Youth Ministry Parish Office STAFF EXTENSIONS & Claudette Horst: Ext. 26 / Donna Gardner: Ext. 32 / Funerals: Ext.42/ General/Parish Office Jane Marszewski: Ext. 10 / Jay Horst: Ext. 20 / John Stadelman: Ext. 46 / Lorie Shekailo: Ext. 11 / Melanie Steinke: Ext. Pre-K-5 Rel. Ed.: Ext. 25 / Volunteer Program: Youth Ministry: Ext. 17 Website:

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