1 Sunday, 6 November 2016 * ThirtySecond Sunday of Year * Gregory Rockwell Gayle Alice Cook Robert Emmet Trotter Ruth Talbot Gloria Lockwood Schwartz Meg Magee Janice Sand Leonard Sr. Kare Marie Dyckman, SNJM Tracy Janney Sylvia Ann MacPherson Sr. Ann Cornelia Sullivan, SNJM David Rowe Richard Eisen Sr. Rosaleen Traor, CSJP Jay Qun James R. Hough Rev. John O Leary, SJ Susan Hemmen Michael Salter Burris Paul Ratliffe Berta Guerra Peter Grimm Cece Ruttkay Jane Hartrich Allan Payne Mary Fort Rev. Lee Kapfer, SJ Jane Michele Carney Danny Holden Dave rw Robert Muyco Our Beloved Dead Anita Alokolaro Kev Kelly Thomas Dever Gertrude Downg Bunita Mart Doroa Comick Gerry Flaole Michael Slakey Theresa Jeannot Jim Hopper Donata Svagzdiene Steven Flaole Roberto Rigor Charlene Collora David Read Nick Waltner Janey Montgomery Stan Wagner Frank Rosa Ryan Boone Bob Sylvester Rita Webber Martha Ries Rebecca Ann Holden Maggie Fergus John Groshoff Kiley Sheehan John William Calvert Richard Galloway William Larks Edgar Henderson, Sr.
2 ThirtySecond Sunday n Ordary Time November 6, 2016 Preachg This Week: Deacon Steve Preachg Next Week: Fr. John D. Whitney, S.J. Readgs for November 13, 2016 First Readg: Malachi 3:1920a Second Readg: 2 Thessalonians 3:712 Gospel: Luke 21:519 Weekend Mass Schedule Saturday 5 pm Sunday 9:00 am, 11:00 am & 5:30 pm Weekday Mass Schedule Monday Friday, 7 am, Parish Center Reconciliation Saturday 3:304:15 pm Church or by appotment Parish Center th Ave E, Seattle, WA MondayFriday 8 am 4:30 pm Saturday 9 am 1 pm Parish Receptionist (206) Pastor Rev. John D. Whitney, S.J. x107 Parochial Vicar Rev. Julian Climaco, S.J. x103 Additional Priest Rev. Bob Grimm, S.J. x101 Deacon/Pastoral Associate Steve Wodzanowski x106 Pastoral Staff: Dottie Farewell, Dir. Religious Ed. x112 Rebecca Friso, Busess Mgr x108 Ta O Brien, Stewardship x114 Jack Hilovsky, Communications Mgr x113 Renée Leet, Adm Assistant x100 Theresa Lukasik, Asst. Dir. Religious Ed. x111 Bob McCafferyLent, Liturgy & Music x109 Caprice Sauter, Admistration x102 Yuri Kondratyuk, Facilities x110 St. Joseph School Ma Office Patrick Fennessy, Prcipal Mary Helen Bever, Middle School Dir Lillian Zadra, Primary School Dir x210 x218 x215 x219 Communion, Compassion, and Reign of God Therefore, sce we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us rid ourselves of every burden and s that clgs to us and persevere runng race that lies before us while keepg our eyes fixed on Jesus, leader and perfecter of faith. For sake of oy that lay before him he endured cross, despisg its shame, and has taken his seat at right of throne of God. Hebrews 12: 12 Standg back of darkened church at end of All Sats Day, a mixture of emotions rose me. n front of nave, glowg like small pyres before altar, were two pans of beeswax candles, ignited by community that night. Each candle stood for a life remembered, a life held by us agast that darkness which would swallow everythg, if we allow it; a darkness that would annihilate love and laughter, goodness and grace that we have known through our communion with those who have died. We gared at altar of Christ, place where memory becomes sacrament, and we remembered not ust Christ but ors, as well great cloud of witnesses whose presence moves us, and whose absence makes us weep. We gared as Church: i.e., a community of hope and desire, a community of believers, who trust promise of resurrection but still feel wounds born of our separation. More and more, have come to fd a special holess month of November last month of liturgical year, when Church recalls sterious communion of dead with livg. suppose this comes, part, from growg older. So many of those love have entered stery of death, so that beg called to remember ir lives seems a special grace. Too often go barrelg along through day, only to encounter, some sudden and unexpected way, a trigger a song, a photograph, a certa shade trees, or look night sky and n all sorrow of loss and anguish of separation rush over me. But this month, when am called tentionally, with whole community of faith, to remembrance, when am vited to pray for mor and far, sister and beloved friends, that sense of loss though still real becomes, as well, a communion with all those who mourn, with all who wait, as do, on this side of stery, longg for reunion that we are promised someday come. However, holess of November is not ust solidarity it stills among mourners, nor is it ust way this month calls us to reflect on those who have died. n rememberg our communion with dead, feelg power
3 of ir life movg our own, we are also given a vision, a foretaste, of what reign of God means, what it promises, and how it is fulfilled. The great cloud of witnesses spoken of Letter to Hebrews, and multitude imaged triumph of Lamb Revelation are not ust metaphors, but remders to Church i.e., to all of us that reign of God is communion of all with all. The body of Christ, its fullness, is union of all all, of our hearts and mds, our bodies and our lives. Whatever is less than that, whatever is division or fracture, is not yet God, not yet fullness of Kgdom which Christ has begun through his ncarnation and Resurrection. n Holy Spirit that personal expression of dynamic and livg communion of Holy Trity, who is poured out upon us both Creation of world and redemptive moment of Pentecost we have already begun to live communion with God and with each or. Through this Spirit, we eat body and drk blood of One who is unitg us and with Trity, and who becomes our body and our blood body and blood shared by each of us. This communion is our salvation, now, and, fullness of time, unite us to all thgs as Christ is united to all thgs and we are united to Christ. n such a vision, reign of God is not about each of us livg on his own little cloud playg a private harp, it is not a place of dividual riches and comfort. t is beg as God is: i.e., constant and complete communion of love with all creation, with all that is, and was, and ever shall be. f this is nature of God s salvation, promised to us Feast of All Sats, prayers of All Souls, and remembrances of this month, n we can also consider what s is, and what it is that keeps us from fullness of our humanity. For if God s call and fulfillment of Christ s mission entails us becomg like God i.e., like Blessed Trity, distct person but united love than all that keeps us from this realization is s: all selfishness, all divisiveness, all ways which we keep ors from comg to us or keep ourselves from gog out to ors. We are made to overcome darkness not as separate candles our own little nooks, but as a great fire where every life is recognized and each candle gives itself for light of all. And neir time nor space, neir social standg nor immigration status, neir gender nor orientation, neir race nor creed, neir life nor death can separate us great communion of our God. This is what we celebrate prayers of November: not a past that is irretrievably dead, but dead who are yet alive and be restored to us, first as memories, n fullness that we all await, i.e., communion for which whole of creation longs and gift of Christ has been given. t is not always easy to believe communion anticipated by our November prayers, not easy to discern way to unity for which our hearts pe. The forces of division and separation are strong and shadows of fear and preudice, of ego and anger sometimes seem impenetrable. Wher Syria or South Sudan, Yemen or at Standg Rock, our political systems or even our beloved Church, we can lose sight of communion of Christ to which we are called replacg great cloud of witnesses with our own ideologies and biases. Like snake Garden, world can whisper to us that full communion is impossible, that we must take what we want and preserve ourselves at expense of ors. And, as Garden, result of believg such whispers is that death which is exile, that sufferg which is separation, that s which only mercy of God, blood of Christ Jesus, can overcome. May we as a community, as a people, as a Church wash ourselves blood of Christ, and so become cleansed of fear and division. May we stand at altar of God men and women toger, no longer separated by old ideas and by fear that divides. May we know our communion with each woman and man, our communion with all humanity, with all creation, with all livg and dead. St. Joseph Community extends its prayers and hopes for followg tentions: To be mdful of our beloved deceased so y rema our hearts, thoughts, words and prayers always. For Theresa, Anne Marie, and Daniel, that y may all heal quickly. And for an amicable outcome our upcomg election. See! not forget you. have carved you on palm of hand. have called you by your name. You are me. You are precious to me. love you. ~saiah 49:16
4 Prelude Entrance Songs Gloria First Readg ThirtySecond Sunday Ordary Time (5) Seattle University Chorale: Jesus Christ The Apple Tree & b c Î 1. For 2. O 3. But 4. From & b who We sats gates all blest n earth's by fee bly tri of & b & b & # # & # # name, all Kg Sg O are of g to com re wide For All Sats. sats who from ir mun ion, fam i breaks a yet more bounds, from o cean's faith be strug gle, um phant pearl streams. Je one glo Fa sus, with ry r, (5:30) Psalm 141 Eveng Offerg. Storrgton Gloria See lamated card pews SNE NOMNE/Williams Dameans Haugen 2 Maccabees 7:12, 914 t happened that seven brors with ir mor were arrested and tortured with whips and scourges by kg, to force m to eat pork violation of God s law. One of brors, speakg for ors, said: What do you expect to achieve by questiong us? We are ready to die rar than transgress laws of our ancestors. At pot of death he said: You accursed fiend, you are deprivg us of this present life, but Kg of world raise us up to live aga forever. t is for his laws that we are dyg. After him third suffered ir cruel sport. He put out his tongue at once when told to do so, and bravely held out his hands, as he spoke se noble words: t was from Heaven that received se; for sake of his laws disda m; from him hope to receive m aga. Even kg and his attendants marveled at young man s courage, because he regarded his suffergs as nothg. After he had died, y tortured and maltreated fourth bror same way. When he was near death, he said, t is choice to die at hands of men with hope God gives of beg raised up by him; but for you, re be no resurrection to life. la ly glo far fore y rise world con glo ry bright ar count less bors di rious st be pass Son, for your es and ev great on Ho er de his ly le lu ia! Al le lu Let.. prayer rise be fore you like cense, O and. rest, ve! day: coast,. fessed, she; ray: host, blest. sign. way. Ghost: w ia! hands like an ev' ng of Lord,.. f'rg. All The Through Al Your Yet The Poston
5 Responsorial Psalm Psalm 17 & # # # # 4 2 J. Guimont Second Readg 2 Thessalonians 2:163:5 Brors and sisters: May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Far, who has loved us and given us everlastg encouragement and good hope through his grace, encourage your hearts and strengn m every good deed and word. Fally, brors and sisters, pray for us, so that word of Lord may speed forward and be glorified, as it did among you, and that we may be delivered from perverse and wicked people, for not all have faith. But Lord is faithful; he strengn you and guard you from evil one. We are confident of you Lord that what we struct you, you are dog and contue to do. May Lord direct your hearts to love of God and to endurance of Christ. Gospel Acclamation Gospel Lord, & b 8 6 J Storrgton Alleluia Al le lu ia, al le lu ia, al le lu & b J when your glory ap pears, Al le lu ia, al le lu ia, al le lu. ia.. ia. Haugen Luke 20:2738 Some Sadducees, those who deny that re is a resurrection, came forward and put this question to Jesus, sayg, Teacher, Moses wrote for us, f someone s bror dies leavg a wife but no child, his bror must take wifeand raise up descendants for his bror. Now re were seven brors; first married a woman but died childless. Then second and third married her, and likewise all seven died childless. Fally woman also died. Now at resurrection whose wife that woman be? For all seven had been married to her. Jesus said to m, The children of this age marry and remarry; but those who are deemed worthy to atta to comg age and to resurrection of dead neir marry nor are given marriage. They can no longer die, for y are like angels; and y are children of God because y are ones who rise. That dead rise even Moses made known passage about bush, when he called out Lord, God of Abraham, God of saac, and God of Jacob; and he is not God of dead, but of livg, for to him all are alive. n oy be full. Homily Deacon Steve Wodzanowski Offertory Song (5) Seattle University Chorale f Ye Love Me Tallis (9 & 11) Choral/Cantor Anm: The Lord s My Sheperd Matws
6 Holy, Holy, Holy Mass of Wisdom Janco & b b b 4 4 Ho ly, Ho ly, Ho ly Lord God of & bb b & bb b 12 & bb b w hosts. Heaven and earth are full of your glo ry. Ho san Ho & bb b n b. J san na! Ho san na high est. Bless ed is he who. comes name of n. Lord. Ho san na! Ho san na! Ho san na highest. b. J Mystery of Faith & b b b Lamb of God We pro & b b b 4 4 claim your death, O Lord, and pro re sur rec tion, un til you come a Cantor & b b b 4 Œ. 3 & # # 4 3 Lamb of God, All you & b b b w. take a way ss of Cantor Œ... ga. fess. world, mer cy on us. Lamb of God, you take a way & b b b ss Eye has not & # # & # # those Je who of (5:30) Eye Has Not Seen #699 Haugen. seen, love him; world, ear has not Spirit of. grant heard love, what come, All us God has # give us sus, teach us wis dom of na! your have peace. J. ready md. God. for of Janco
7 (5:30) Agnus Dei Chant & Agnus De i, qui tollis peccata mundi: miserere no bis. A gnus De i, & qui tol lis pec ca ta mun di: mise re re no bis. A gnus De i, & qui tol lis pec ca ta mun di: do na no bis pa cem. All Are nvited To Come Forward Durg communion, we vite all to come forward. f you do not ordarily receive Eucharist, or choose not to, come for a blessg, dicatg your desire by puttg your hand on your heart. f you have a gluten allergy, & need of a gluten free host, please come to Presider & dicate this. Communion Song (5) Seattle University Chorale The Kg of Love My Shepherd s ST. COLUMBA (9, 11 & 5:30) Unless A Gra of Wheat Farrell Refra Un less a gra of wheat shall fall up on ground and die, Verses it re mas but a s gle gra with no life f f an f we y Make you Those Peace have one your re who died serves home ma love leave with me with him, me, me me are you, n n as and loved we y by peace shall must make word live with fol low me lives Fa give to him; me; you; you, r; you; to Refra 1. if 2. wher 3. those 4. n 5. we 6. peace we ev who you shall which hold er re be firm, ma be with world we am, m can shall me dis and not reign ser bear ci dwell give with vants much ples. is him. fruit. m. be. gift.
8 Song of Praise We Will Rise Aga & bb b 2 3 w 1. Come 2. At to me, door & bb b Take And our yoke fam all re & bb b We am gen shall feel & bb b For We & bb b yoke shall o We shall. & bb b w poor. you to wea ry, with your bur greet us, mar tyrs, an on your shoul ders and 'ly and loved ones, ev 'ry tle and hum ble, ir ac cep tance, is w dens and gels, and learn one freed from from ir and and your soul oy eas y and bur gather g, re u nit. of fd new den ed is God's rise aga on last day with faith w. pa. sats, w. me: chas. w. rest, life. w light. love!. ful, rich and Comg to house of Lord Je sus, we fd an o pen & bb b door re, we. J fd an o pen w. door. Young Communion Prayer Live Mercy Lord Jesus Christ, you have taught us to be merciful, as heavenly Far is merciful. Help us to live mercy every day of our lives, through compassion we show to your beloved ones: to migrant and refugee, to homeless and wounded, to those forgotten by this world, but remembered always your love. May mercy we receive bear fruit us, nourishg us with oy and brgg us communion with you. May it allow us to become sacrament of mercy, Church, who consecrates world to you, who live and reign with Far, unity of Holy Spirit, one God forever and ever. Amen. All GA Publications reprted under OneLicense.net # A All OCP Publications reprted with permission under LicenSg.net # All WLP Publications reprted with permission under license # Texts for Eucharistic Acclamations are excerpts from English translation of Roman Missal copyright 2010 by CEL. Mass of Wisdom music by Steve Janco 2010 by WLP Publications, nc. Storrgton Mass music by Marty Haugen 2010 by GA Publications, nc. Psalm 17 words and music Michel Guimont 2010 by GA Publications, nc. Eye Has Not Seen words and music by Marty Haugen 1986 by GA Publications, nc. For All Sats music from English Hymnal published by Oxford University Press. Unless A Gra Of Wheat words and music by Bernadette Farrell 1987, admistered England by St. Thomas More Group, published USA by OCP Publications, nc. We Shall Rise Aga words and music by Jere Young 1996 GA Publications, What Wondrous Love words and music public doma.
9 Recessional & What 2. To 3. And nstrumental (5:30) What Wondrous Love won drous God and when from & won God when & love to death is 'm this, Lamb free, O 'll sg soul, sg, on, drous love is this, O soul! What won and to Lamb sg. To God from death 'm free, 'll sg on. And when this that Lamb, who free, 'll & soul, sg, on, for 'll sg caused is sg soul; sg; on; and To While And w O 'll sg soul! sg; on; What To And drous and from love to death Lord of bliss To bear dreadful curse great AM, While mil lions o me, oy ful be, And through e ter ni ty bear mil through dread ful lions e o ter ni curse me, ty for 'll sg is 'm w soul! sg. on. for 'll sg Means This Week At St. Joseph Sunday 9:00 AM Mass Childcare Available 10:00 AM PAB Pancake Breakfast 11:00 AM Mass 5:30 PM Mass Monday 7:00 AM Daily Mass 7:00 PM Holy Rosary Group 7:00 PM Sacred Silence 7:00 PM St. Vcent de Paul Meetg Tuesday 7:00 AM Daily Mass 7:00 PM Prayer Shawl Mistry 7:00 PM Tuesday Night Yoga Wednesday 7:00 AM Daily Mass 6:00 PM Pathfders 7:00 PM The VOCE Youth Group Thursday 7:00 AM Daily Mass Friday 7:00 AM Daily Mass 5:00 PM St. Joseph School Family Auction Saturday 3:30 PM Weekly Reconciliation 5:00 PM Vigil Mass 5:00 PM St. Joseph School Auction
10 Liturgy and Worship Rememberg Our Beloved Dead Book of Names of Dead & Sats Corner : Christian communities remember names of ir dead. November is called Month of All Souls and dead are remembered prayer. As previous years you are vited to brg photos of your loved ones to help create a shre or Sats Corner to be located baptistery north transept of church. This be mataed as a sacred space for contemplation and prayer throughout month of November until Advent begs on November 26th. Additionally you are vited to write names of your departed loved ones Book of Names of Dead located at entrance to church. Please brg your photos to baptistery and place m on altar. Please write contact formation on back of photo so it can be returned to you after November. Parish Life Seniors On The Go Tuesday, November 8th Seniors Planng Meetg at 11:30 am (brown bag lunch) and Movie Matee (Woody Allen s Cafe Society) at 1:00 pm Parish Center. Questions? Call Eleanor McCall at Monday, November 14th Fall Musical Variety Show starts with 11:30 am lunch. (Sandwiches/beverages provided. Everyone vited to brg a salad, side dish or dessert to share). Then from 12:30 2:00 pm enoy music with Bob and Diane. NonSeniors are also welcome! Wednesday, November 16th Jo us for our monthly support group, Agg Gracefully, from 11 am 12 noon. Young Adult Sunday Brunch Jo Fr. Glen for nformational Meetg on 2017 Holy Land Tour On Saturday, November 12th and Sunday, November 13th, Fr. Glen Butterworth, S.J., hold an formational meetg regardg his tour Journey through Holy Land and Jordan from October 821, Meetgs occur from 3:454:45 pm both days Arrupe Room. Please o him to learn more about tour details, savgs opportunities, and reservation formation. Light refreshments be served. Questions? Contact Hilda or Walt at or call On Sunday, November 13th, you re vited to o St. Joseph Young Adults for brunch after 11am mass. We meet back of church at end of mass and we ll walk over toger to our 12:30 pm reservation at Ernest Loves Agnes. Group size is limited so please RSVP to Katy Ryan at com soon to reserve your spot! St. Joseph School To be added to mailg list about current events and happengs at St. Joseph School, feel free to subcribe to weekly Flash at:
11 Prayerfully Givg Discerng a Level of Stewardship That Fits Your Call Level One Two Small Cos Level Two Providg for Mission Level Three Sowg Bountifully For those with great hearts but limited resources. When Jesus looked up, he noticed a poor widow puttg two small cos. He said, tell you truly this poor widow has put more than all rest. She, from her poverty, has offered her whole livelihood. (Luke 21:14) For those who sacrifice to build mission. Accompanyg Jesus were twelve & some women who had been cured, Mary called Magdalene, Joanna, Susanna, & many ors who provided for m out of ir resources. (Luke 8:13) For those graced & g to share ir bounty. Whoever sows spargly also reap spargly, & whoever sows bountifully also reap bountifully. Each must do as already determed, without sadness or compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. (Luke 8:13) A. $150 < $350 about $2 $7 a week B. $350 < $750 about $7 $15 a week A. $750 < $1000 about $15 $20 a week B. $1000 < $1500 about $20 $30 a week C. $1500 < $2500 about $30 $50 a week A. $2500 < $3500 about $210 $300 a month B. $3500 < $5000 about $300 $420 a month C. $5000 < $7500 about $420 $625 a month Level Four Faithful & Prudent Stewards Level Five Spiritual Companions For those blessed with substantial resources & able to share. Who, n, is faithful & prudent steward whom master put charge to distribute food allowance? Much be required of person entrusted with much, & still more be demanded of person entrusted with more. (Luke 12:42, 48) For those who have only ir hearts to give. When he saw Peter & John about to go to temple, beggar asked for alms. But Peter looked tently at him, as did John, & said, have neir silver nor gold, but what do have give you, name of Jesus Christ Nazorean. (Acts 3:36) A. $7500 < $10,000 about $625 $850 a month B. $10,000 < $25,000 about $850 $2,100 a month C. $25,000 < $50,000 about $2,100 $4,200 a month D. $50,000 < whatever grace moves you to give f you are not able to give fancially, know that your prayers gift that animates all orsare still needed. Please pledge to pray for St. Joseph. 14
12 Stewardship Ways to Donate Part 2 Thank you aga and aga for your prayerful discernment! For over a century, men and women such as you have prayed over ir resources and have placed ir trust goodness of God. Because of what ir hearts told m, St. Joseph Parish has flourished as a place where young people are educated with hope, where seniors gar with oy, where women and men of varied callgs and ways of life seek God prayer & community, & n go forth to share Eucharist y have received through family, work, & service., Below are a few examples of many ways our friends support our parish. For more formation or assistance makg your gift, please don t hesitate to contact Ta O Brien, Director of Advancement, at or (206) Grow Your Contribution Over Time Gift pledges are formal statements of tention to make a gift. Each year, every family our community affirms ir active membership St. Joseph Community and pledges what y are able. With a pledge, you may complete your gift by makg regular payments over time. Each payment on your pledge is eligible for an cometax deduction. Endowed gifts are safely vested to generate come perpetuity, providg you an opportunity to make a lastg impact. Gifts can be directed towards an area of service (Buildg & Grounds, Liturgical Mistry & Art, Faith Formation, Social Mistries & Outreach, Communications & Technology, Jesuit Presence, St. Joseph School), or to greatest need. For more formation or assistance makg your gift, please don t hesitate to contact Ta O Brien, Director of Advancement, at or (206) Company Matchg Gifts double or sometimes triple impact of your dividual gift. To fd out if your employer offers a matchg gift program, contact your employer s personnel office and request a matchg gift form. Complete and mail to St. Joseph Parish at th Ave E, Seattle, WA Retirees may be eligible also. Designate your United Way pledge to ensure that your donations go directly to St. Joseph Parish Seattle, tax identification number EN# Stewardship Update Many, many thanks to all who have made gifts and pledges to our annual stewardship appeal. To date, we have received 202 pledges totalg $533, toward our goal of $1,500,000. We are endlessly grateful for your commitment to St. Joseph Parish! f you haven t yet affirmed your active membership our parish, please do so, and prayerfully consider what, if any, gift you are able to give to support our work. Many thanks Mike & Maddy Arvold, Jerrold & Crista Bailet, Rebecca Brown & Christe Galloway, Curtis & Karen Bryan, Frances Chikahisa, Marguerite Crowley Weibel, Sr. Mary Annette Dworshak, SNJM, Richard & Lda Ellis, John & Ann Felton, P. Tom & Leigh Foley, Margaret Gaffney, Patrick & Mollie Gemma, Gary Graf, Lisa Griswold, Mary Hartrich, Frank & Diana Heffernan, Peter & Ann Holmes, Walter & Hilda Kicski, Betty Kill, Carey & Carol Kraft, Sean & Colleen Kreylg, Just Kuxhaus, Peter Lam & Ann Wright, Dale & Anne Mart, Patricia McCoy, Susie McDonald, Roger & Gayle McNulty, Olga Naftali, Rosemary Nelson, Matw & Care O Donnell, Sr. Rosemary Perisich, SNJM, David & Annette Raubvogel, Glen & Elizabeth Rogers, Carol Sauter, Sam & Connie Shepherd, Larry & Diane Stokke, G.W. & Julia Thompson, Ellen Villegas, and Robert & Joan Weis. Faith Justice Stuff Truck Help Your Neighbors Need! Thursday, November 17th, at St. Joseph School from 7:30 am 9:00 am, and 2:00 pm 3:30 pm Help us Stuff Truck to help those need. Gently used items are sold at St. Vnie s thrift stores. Proceeds from our thrift store sales help fund programs to help families all over Kg County. We need: gently used men s eans, shirts and shoes, women s busess clothg, and small household items. We also need all kids clothg, wter coats, boots, gloves and sweaters. About 90 cents of every $1 donated goes to programs to help people. Visit for more formation. St. Vcent de Paul thanks you!
13 Faith Justice Recovery Cafe Annual Thanksgivg Meal & Open Mic Night Sponsored by St. Joseph Saturday, November 19th, 2:308:30 pm Are you and your family lookg for a way to make Thanksgivg really memorable for those need? On Saturday, November 19th, we prepare and serve a traditional Thanksgivg meal to 100 members of Recovery Cafe, but we need your helpboth preparation, and delivery, servg and clean up. To that end, consider signg up to volunteer and/ or provide food. This year food donation sign ups are onle at perfectpotluck.com. You can access group meal by locatg schedule by coordator last name (Brennan) and password (1121). Thank you advance for your generosity! For more formation, please go onle or contact Deacon Steve at or (206) or Laury Bryant at or (206) , or Gretchen Brennan at or (206) Onle signups available for followg: Turkey & Gravy Hams Mashed Potatoes Stuffg/Dressg Sweet Potato Casserole Green Bean Casserole Festive Green Salad for 25 Vegetarian/gluten free/dairy free hot dish & cold dish Dner rolls + butter, cranberry sauce, milk, apple uice, satsuma oranges, and extra gravy Plus gift of wool socks for Cafe members Volunteer shifts: 2:30 pm8:30 pm The Recovery Cafe is a refuge of healg and transformation, supportg men and women recovery from addiction, mental health challenges and homelessness. Learn more at Tent City Meal To Go Needs You! St. Joseph Parish is providg dner for residents of Tent City 3 at ir new home off 130th and Lake City Way North Seattle on a monthly basis. Our next dner is Wednesday, November 9th. Our menu is Chicken Marbella, rice and vegetable salad, green beans, brownies and beverages for 75 residents. f you want to help with providg a food item, please contact Mark Busto at Mass for Deceased Homeless You Are nvited to Gar at St. James Cadral 9th & Marion on First Hill, Downtown Seattle Friday, November 11th, at 5:30 pm Please o us to honor memory of men and women who died on streets or by violence our community this past year. Fr. Ryan preside at Mass; a simple reception follow. All are welcome to brg wter hats, gloves, and scarves to be distributed to those need. For more formation, please contact Patrick Barredo at or call Alternative Bazaar Handcrafted Arts from Around World November 20th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm Get a head start on your Christmas shoppg and o us for this year's St. Joseph Alternative Bazaar. Like year's past, it feature beautiful, handcrafted items from dozens of countries and organizations around world all to support disadvantaged artisans overseas and U.S. The artisans and vendors with us are Fair Trade Certified and 100% of sales proceeds support sponsorg organization. Participatg organizations clude L'Arche, Chief Seattle Club, Association of Catholic Childhood, Jubilee Women s Center, Ten Thousand Villages, and more. For more fo please contact Deacon Steve at stosephparish.org or call St. Francis House is Grateful St. Francis House is deeply grateful for your weekly food donations for our hungry clients. These are items most requested by m: canned chili, pork and beans, canned meats like spam and chicken, peanut butter, ramen noodles. Blankets and towels are also short supply. Gratefully, St. Francis House.
14 Faith Formation Sponsors Needed For RCA We are need of 710 adults who can be a faith companion to someone gog through RCA process to o Catholic Faith. The St. Joseph Parish community promises prayerful support for, and to walk with, each prospective new member of Catholic Church. The role of RCA sponsor is fulfillment of that promise. As a sponsor you are assigned a candidate (baptized adult) or Catechumen (unbaptized adult) whose contug faith ourney you share. Beg a Sponsor is like beg a trusted friend. You share what you can about your own faith ourney. You offer counsel and support as you are able and to extent that it is needed or desired. You serve as a bridge to larger St. Joseph community. You listen and you pray. Each relationship between a Sponsor and a Candidate or Catechumen is unique. As a Sponsor, you walk with a Candidate or Catechumen through a formation process that culmates with itiation to Catholic Church. Many prospective Sponsors ask mselves wher y are worthy or qualified. The role of Sponsor is not that of Catechist. You are not expected to know every aspect of Church s teachg, but rar simply to be a guide, an example of a Catholic livg your faith as best as you can. A Sponsor who can admit his or her limitations and who contually tries to grow is an excellent faith model. Sponsors are supported by parish s RCA Team, members of whom can be called upon to help answer a Candidate s or Catechumen s questions. f terested, please contact Deacon Steve at or Jesuit Seattle Parentg an gnatian Spirit Small Group Relection for Parents Mondays from 79:00 pm startg November 14th St. Joseph Parish Center This small group vites you as a parent to reflect on multiple roles you play your life and how se roles tersect with your deepest sense of yourself and your understandg of God. Over course of seven monthly sessions, you and fellow parents deepen your sense of yourselves, come to an awareness of spiritual foundations of your parentg, share experiences context of a small community, and develop a set of gnatianspired practices to help ground you moments of challenge. Seven monthly meetgs on Mondays: November 14th, December 12th, January 9th, February 13th, March 20th*, April 10th, and May 15th*. Jennifer TilghmanHavens facilitate. Space is limited to 10 spots, please register by Monday, November 7th. Cost is $175, scholarships are available. Visit for more formation. Sponsored by gnatian Spirituality Center.
15 Startg November on 3rd Wednesday of each month, o us for an eveng of contemplative prayer and worship as we corporate musical tradition of Taizé prayer to adoration of Blessed Sacrament. The first service be held on Wednesday, November 16th, from 7:30 8:30 pm church with Deacon Steve presidg. Similar to Novena of Grace, we vite participants to write down a prayer petition to be voiced aloud service. Monthly Taize Prayer Service Formed French town of same name 1940, Taizé prayer blossomed from a prayer community tended to create a place of peace and refuge wartorn France. Taizé prayer consists of a series of repetitive melodies and chants terspersed with reflection and a period of contemplative silence. Bror Roger, founder of Taizé community, says of meditative prayer: Nothg is more conducive to a communion with livg God than a meditative common prayer with, as its high pot, sgg that never ends and that contues silence of one s heart when one is alone aga. Sce this first service falls on anniversary of Jesuits and ir companions killed at UCA San Salvador 1989, we have a candlelightg ritual to honor m realizg re is no greater love than to lay down one s life for one s friends. f you would like to share your musical talents, please contact Paula at or Drew at Contact Deacon Steve at or if you want to be a greeter, reader, or candlelighter, or for any general questions.
The Most Holy Trity May 25-26 2013 Basilica of Sacred Heart University of Notre Dame Notre Dame Indiana Introit Romans 5:5; 10: 11; Ps. 103 mode VIII (10:00 Mass) The love of has been poured to our hearts
FifthSunday of Lent Sunday, April 6, 2014 Basilica of Sacred Heart University of Notre Dame Preludes Trio Sonata G mor, HM 248 Quantz Wait for Lord Berthier Openg Rites Hymn Chrt Is World's Light Chrte
Missa Ubi Caritas Bob Hurd Excerpts from the English translation of the Roman Missal 2010, International Commission on English the Liturgy, Inc. (ICEL), 1100 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 710, Washgton, DC
Third Sunday Lent First Scrutiny Elect Sunday, March 23, 2014 Basilica Sacred Heart University Notre Dame Preludes Partita No. 2 for Violin, BWV 1004 Bach Come Me Drink Hurd & # 4 2 Come & # who are me.
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Fourth Sunday Advent December 21-22, 2013 Vigil and 10:00 AM Basilica Sacred Heart University Notre Dame Notre Dame, Indiana Introit Is. 45, 8; Psalm 18 Rorate caeli desuper, Skies, let Just ne come forth
Sunday, 13 Septemr 2015 * Twentyfourth Sunday of Year * www.stosephparish.org But who do say that I am? Peter replied, You are Christ! TwentyFourth Sunday Ordary Time Septemr 13, 2015 Homily Next Week:
Solemnity Christ King Sunday, November 23, 2014 Basilica Sacred Heart University Notre Dame Preludes Concerto in D Minor for 2 Violins, BMV 1043 Bach Alleluia, Alleluia, Give Thanks Fishel Opening Rites
Mass III in Honor of Saint Benedict Robert LeBlanc Roman Missal, Third Edition Kyrie Gloria Gospel Acclamation Sanctus Mysterium Fidei Amen Agnus Dei For congregation, cantor, choir, organ or piano, brass,
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Solemnity Chrt Kg ThirtyFourth Sunday Ordary Time Sunday, November 24, 2013 Basilica Sacred Heart University Notre Dame du Lac Garg March from "Occasional Orario" Hel esus, Remember Me Berthier Openg Hymn
Tentythird Sunday in Ordinary Time September 8, 2013 10:00 am Mass Basilica of Sacred Heart University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, Indiana Introit Psalm 118, 137.124 mode I Iustus es Domine, et rectum iudicium
December 23, 2018 Fourth Sunday of Advent Welcome to the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. Visitors are welcome to participate with the Parish Community in the worship of God through the celebration of
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Thirty-second Sunday Ordary Time November 10, 2013 10:00 am Basilica of Sacred Heart University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, Indiana Introit Psalm 86, 3, 2 mode III Intret oratio mea conspectu tuo: Let my
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Sat Mark s episcopal cadral The Holy Eucharist third sunday of easter feast of sat mark evangelist (tr.) April 30, 2017 8:00 am Sat Mark s episcopal cadral Newcomers visitors, community of Sat Mark s welcomes
Sunday, 24 July 2016 * Seventeenth Sunday Year * www.stosephparish.org Far, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come. Give us each day our daily bread forgive us our sins for we ourselves forgive everyone
A SPECIAL WELCOME TO OUR GUESTS: We extend a warm welcome from Bethel Presbyterian Church! We are glad you have chosen to worship with us this Christmas Eve. May you experience the warmth and love of Christ
Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time June 1516 2013 Basilica Sacred Heart University Notre Dame Notre Dame Indiana Introit Psalm 27 7.9 mode IV (10:00 Mass) Hearken O Lord unto my voice which has called out
Sat Mark s episcopal cathedral All Sats Sunday the holy eucharist and holy baptism November 5, 2017 9:00 am Sat Mark s episcopal cathedral Newcomers and visitors, the community of Sat Mark s welcomes you.
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Sunday, 7 August 2016 * Nineteenth Sunday Year * www.stjosephparish.org Faith is realization what is hoped for evidence things not seen! Nineteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time August 7, 2016 Homily Next Week:
March 24, 2019 3rd Sunday of Lent Welcome to the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. Visitors are welcome to participate with the Parish Community in the worship of God through the celebration of Holy Mass.
March 17, 2019 2nd Sunday of Lent Welcome to the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. Visitors are welcome to participate with the Parish Community in the worship of God through the celebration of Holy Mass.
11:15 service + September 30, 2018 Worshiping as a Family Corporate worship is for people all ages, presence children is a gi8 to church. All are welcome here. Or op=ons for children include nursery (ages
Saint Mark s episcopal cadral Blue Christmas holy eucharist with prayers for healing December 20, 2018 7:00 pm Saint Mark s episcopal cadral Out of respect for liturgy we are about to celebrate, please
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December 9, 2018 Second Sunday of Advent Welcome to the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. Visitors are welcome to participate with the Parish Community in the worship of God through the celebration of
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PA L M SU N DAY April 9, 2017 Welcome to Second Presbyterian Church May our worship open our hearts to God s love, our eyes to God s beauty, our mds to God s truth, our will to God s service. Preparation
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9:00 service + January 7, 2018 Order Worship Liturgist is Eric Schmidt Themes and keywords: oy, fellowship, union Prelude Prelude F Maor J. S. Bach STANDING (IF ABLE) God calls us worship from Psalm 95:12,
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... 28 June 2015 * Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time * www.stosephparish.org God did not make death, nor does he reoice in the destruction of the living. Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time June 28, 2015
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Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 23, 2011 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Prelude Concerto in A Minor Johann S. Bach Introit Toulon -2- The Sign of
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9:00 service + May 6, 2018 + 6th Sunday Easter Order Worship Liturgist is Eric Schmidt Themes keywords: send/sent, mission, home Prelude Prelude Op. 39 No. 2 L. v. Beethoven STANDING (IF ABLE) God calls
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This Mass is offered in thanksgiving for the life of David Coram RIP. Please keep David s family and friends in your prayers over the coming days and months as they come to terms with their tragic loss.
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November 25, 2018 The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe Welcome to the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. Visitors are welcome to participate with the Parish Community in the worship
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