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Spirit of
the Living God
Fall afresh
upon us.
Spirit of
the Living God
Fall afresh
upon us.
Melt us,
Mold us,
Fill us,
Use us,
Spirit of
the Living God
Fall afresh
upon us.
THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
10851 Ridge Road • Seminole, FL 33778
727-397-3312 • Fax 727-392-6653
Website: www.stjustinmartyr.net
For emergencies only 1-800-832-8687
OFFICE HOURS:
Mon - Fri
9am - 3 pm
THE 7 SACRAMENTS:
BAPTISM: For Adults & Infants contact Laura Rivera ext.
302 prior to making arrangements by at least 6 months.
CONFIRMATION: Teens and Adults:
Contact Laura Rivera ext. 302
EUCHARIST:
Daily 8:30 a.m. (M-F)
Sat.: Vigil 4 pm;
Sun.: 8:45am & 10:45am
Holy Days: See Bulletin
MISSA EM PORTUGUES: Fr. JosГ© Furtado
Todos os Domingos as 7:00 PM
Informacoes: 727-538-8953
MARRIAGE:
Contact Laura Rivera ext. 302 prior to
making arrangements by at least 6 months.
HOLY ORDERS:
Fr. Carl Melchior 727-345-3452
[email protected]
RECONCILIATION: Saturdays 2:30 - 3:30 pm or by
appointment (ext. 308)
ANOINTING OF THE SICK:
Prior to surgery, advanced in age,
seriously ill (ext. 307)
For Emergencies 1-800-832-8687
OUR VISION : Where we as a Parish are headed
We the Parish Family of St. Justin, Martyr, are
committed to and passionate about: the Celebration
of the Eucharist and prayers, being a community of
disciples, the teachings of Jesus Christ and His
Church, caring for one another and the proclaiming
of the Gospel to the four corners of the earth.
OUR 5 PURPOSES:
Director of INVITE/Evangelization:
Director of CONNECT/Membership:
Director of PRAY/Worship:
Director of STUDY/Growth:
Director of SERVE/Ministry:
Bob Metz
Judy Miller
Joe Fernandez
Laura Rivera
Marie Chisari
ext. 311
ext. 303
ext. 316
ext. 302
ext. 307
COMPANION COMPONENTS
Director Sacramental Formation for all 7 Sacraments:
Laura Rivera ext. 302
Director Life Foundations:
The 5 Purposes for Children, Youth and Young Adults
Laura Rivera ext. 302
Administrative Services:
Director & Business Manager:
Office Manager:
Parish Secretary:
Administrative:
Facilities Assistant:
Facilities Assistant (Interim):
Brian Hug
Janice Dooly
Janet Flanagan
Sharon McNulty
Joe Pisani
Bill Slatic
ext. 338
ext. 310
ext. 306
ext. 301
Clergy:
Shepherd Leader: Fr. Joe Musco
ext. 308
Assisting Priests: Fr. Dick Cahill
(Year round)
Fr. JosГ© Furtado
(Year round)
Fr. Bernie Mac Adam
(Seasonal)
Deacon:
Rev. Mr. Winston Mc Donald
Councils:
Pastoral Council:
Financial Council:
Nicole Caringal, Chair
Mark Hammer, Chair
Call to Worship 12 Min. before Sat & Sun Masses
Introducing ...
Reverend Joseph A. Musco
St. Justin, Martyr’s third Shepherd Leader, Fr. Joseph
A. Musco, was appointed by Bishop Robert Lynch and
officially came to us on July 1, 2014.
We can tell you that Fr. Joe has a keen sense of humor,
an enormous smile and is very organized. One of his
God-given talents is the depth and breadth of knowledge he draws upon to deliver thought-provoking
homilies — extemporaneously! For those curious
about our new priest, here is some background.
In the Beginning
Joseph A. Musco was born February 13, 1974 in
Queens, New York to Joseph and Carol Hartter.
Fr. Joe would have liked his birthday to have fallen on
a saint’s feast day. Then again, Sister Lucia of Fatima
died on his birthday (February 13, 2005 — her birth to
eternal life and likely feast day), so he is praying she is
canonized as a Saint of the Catholic Church. Thus, in
addition to St. Joseph, Fr. Joe has a special devotion to
Mary, Our Lady of Fatima.
His biological father passed away while Fr. Joe was
attending Sacred Heart Elementary School. Later, Fr.
Joe studied at Archbishop Molloy High School for
three years. During the summer of his junior year, the
family relocated to Hernando County in Florida. The
following year Fr. Joe graduated from Frank W.
Springstead High School in Spring Hill.
Anthony Musco, Fr. Joe’s stepfather (now deceased),
legally adopted him at the age of 18 which gained him
one stepbrother and two stepsisters.
The University of South Florida, Tampa is where Fr.
Joe studied accounting and earned a Master of Accounting degree. He passed the Uniform Public Accountancy exam while completing graduate studies.
After graduation in the spring of 1998, Fr. Joe was employed in various accounting positions. His final secular job prior to priesthood was with the Diocese of St.
Petersburg Finance Office for 14 months.
Answering God’s Call
The words and good example of his pastor, Msgr. John
Cippel of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Parish in Spring
Hill, encouraged Fr. Joe to further discern diocesan
priesthood. He believes that there is no greater expression of love, in response to God’s love, than to give the
gift of a life of service to the Church.
What Fr. Joe enjoys about being an ordained priest is
that he has many opportunities to get together with others for prayer, reflection, pastoral care and simply for
enjoying each other’s company.
One of his preferred ways to pray is praying with others, especially Holy Mass, because it helps him learn to
pray to God and feel part of the living Church. When
he prays with others, he is also helping others learn to
pray and feel part of the living Church.
Street sign where Fr. Joe grew up in Glendale, NY,
which was across from a firefighter who died on
9/11.
Continued on next page . . .
ST. JUSTIN, MARTYR CHURCH
SEMINOLE, FLORIDA
www.stjustinmartyr.net
THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Introducing ...
Connect with Fr. Joe at
https://twitter.com/FatherMusco
Fr. Joe is a huge Major League Baseball fan. His favorite memorabilia is a
Joe Maddon (Rays’ Manager) personalized autograph with the words:
Reverend Joseph A. Musco
In particular, Fr. Joe likes the gospels of Matthew and
Luke because they tell us about St. Joseph (his patron
saint), the husband of Mary, and the guardian and the
protector of the Holy Family, which is an image of the
Church.
“Forgive me Father Musco
for I have sinned.”
Some of Fr. Joe’s favorite things:
Fr. Joe’s diaconate ordination Mass (2005) celebrated by now Bishop of Orlando John Noonan
(who had been Fr. Joe’s rector at St. John Vianney College Seminary, Miami, FL) at his home
parish, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church,
Spring Hill, FL.
п‚·пЂ Food: Italian
п‚·пЂ Animal: dog
п‚·пЂ Ice cream flavor: chocolate with almonds
п‚·пЂ TV show: Man vs. Wild
п‚·пЂ Color: RED
п‚·пЂ Movie: Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost
Ark
п‚·пЂ Mythical creature: dragon
п‚·пЂ Book: Confessions by St. Augustine
п‚·пЂ Subject in school: history
п‚·пЂ Baseball style: throws righty, bats lefty
Conversely, we have come to know that one of Fr.
Joe’s not-so-favorite things are those nest building,
easily irritated, attack-and-sting wasps that are found
aplenty on the grounds of St. Justin. Rest assured, Fr.
Joe has a can of flying insect spray always at the ready
— and he shows them no mercy!
Prior to coming to us, Fr. Joe served at Most Holy Redeemer Church in Tampa where he was also Pastor of
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School.
In his free time Fr. Joe enjoys visiting his mother,
hanging out with close friends, attending Rays’ games
and going out to eat — especially Italian.
Fr. Joe is in the process of getting to know everyone’s
name at St. Justin. However, keep in mind, there is
only one of him and hundreds of us!
Fr. Joe’s priesthood ordination Mass (2006) celebrated by Bishop Robert Lynch at the Cathedral,
St. Petersburg, FL.
We warmly welcome Fr. Joe to our parish family.
Please give him your full support and keep him in your
prayers as we continue our spiritual journey as members of the Body of Christ.
ST. JUSTIN, MARTYR CHURCH
SEMINOLE, FLORIDA
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Invite/Evangelization
“Committed to and passionate about proclaiming the
Gospel to the four corners of the earth”
Director: Bob Metz, ext. 311
Email: [email protected]
Advent is a time to anticipate both our celebration
of the birth of Jesus and the day when the risen Jesus
will come again.
ANTICIPATE THE COMING OF THE SEASON WITH
ADVENT
AWAKENINGS
Focus on the significance of
this holy season with Advent Awakenings, a foursession faith-sharing experience grounded in the
Sunday Gospel readings.
Year B: Take the Time: Encourages participants to prepare for Jesus’ coming by setting aside everyday busyness and become more deeply aware of God’s call. Each
session includes reflections, prayers, action responses,
and song suggestions, plus seasonal devotions for families to use at home.
www.stjustinmartyr.net
THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Study/Growth
“Committed to and passionate about the
teachings of Jesus Christ and His Church.”
Director: Bob Metz, ext. 311
Email: [email protected]
COME ENCOUNTER CHRIST!
The Parish Mission will be held on December 1st, 2nd and
3rd at the morning Mass, at 8:30 am and in the evening at
7:00 pm in the church. Father Cedric Pisegna will present
the theme of “Come Encounter Jesus.” Father Cedric
promises to give us “Three Days of Inspiration”!
Father Cedric is a inspirational speaker as well
as an author of many books and is seen on TV
on the TBN on Sundays.
Fr. Cedric Pisegna, C.P. is a Passionist priest who professed
vows in September 1985. He was born in Springfield, Massachusetts and graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with B.S. in Social Work and a minor in
Business. In addition, he has studied Philosophy at Southern Illinois University and has studied Speech and Drama at
Northwestern University in Chicago. Fr. Cedric graduated
from the Catholic Theological Union at Chicago in May
1990, receiving his Master of Divinity degree with Bible
Specialization. He was ordained a priest on June 29, 1991.
Prayer for St. Justin, Martyr Parish Mission
God our Father, We thank you for this time of
renewal.
SMALL COMMUNITIES ARE FORMING NOW!
Make our hearts hungry and thirsty for you. Recreate
our minds and hearts with the fire of your Word during
our mission. Touch us with the Power of the Holy Spirit.
Register in the Narthex today. For more
information, please contact
Jim Boeggeman or
Bob Metz.
We want to be filled with Passion and Peace!
SMALL CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES – “TAKE THE TIME”
We are signing parishioners up for Advent Awakenings:
Take the Time sharing groups at this time. Our SCC’s will
gather to learn, pray, and share in the true meaning of
Advent. Please join us in a small group once a week for
four weeks to remember in community what we are anticipating during this season, and connect with others as
we journey in faith. By taking part in Advent Awakenings:
Take the Time, you can set aside the distractions of shopping and decorating and focus on the true significance of
the season and share it with your family. You will be
blessed, you will be a blessing!
We pray for the grace to say “Yes” to you. We
ask this in the name of Jesus the Lord.
Amen
DISCIPLESHIP SEMINARS – Anniversary Celebration
We continue to salute the pioneers as we celebrate the
10th anniversary of our parish Discipleship seminars. The
following parishioners were a part of that first class on
October 30, 2004. Lois Aitchinson, Gina Aponte, Roberta
Barrett, Marie Chisari, Peg Connell, George Doll, James
and Marilyn Dueppen, Elly Frank, Ray Free, Jane Guelker,
Phyllis Hollowell, Sister Kathleen Honc, Robert, Irving,
Dick Klein, Dorothy Lio, Viola Murphy, Father Mike
O’Brien, Chris Rajik, Ada Scherer, Robert Stazko, Bernice
and Henry Stein, Sheelagh Wallis, Cristy and Dan Weise.
ST. JUSTIN, MARTYR CHURCH
SEMINOLE, FLORIDA
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Pray/Worship
“Committed to and passionate about
the celebration of the Eucharist & prayers”
Director: Joe Fernandez ext. 316
Email: [email protected]
The Lateran Basilica is a church in Rome that is the official
seat of the pope, the bishop of Rome. It is the equivalent
of the cathedral of a diocese. So why do we celebrate the
dedication of a church built long ago and far away?
Looking at the readings for this feast, we see that one
thing they all have in common is the temple. The first
reading and the Gospel mention the temple in Jerusalem;
in the second reading St. Paul calls the body a temple of
God. Let's see what these references say about our lives.
The reading from Ezekiel describes the image of water
flowing from the temple. That water can remind us of
Jesus' words in John 4:10-14: He is the source of living
water; whoever drinks it will never thirst. We come to
church each week to be fed with Jesus' words in the
scriptures and with his Body and Blood
in the Eucharist. So the temple symbolizes the Source of all we need to live as
Christians.
In the reading from Corinthians, Paul
uses two images. First, he calls us a building with Christ as
our foundation. Second, he calls us temples of God because we also have the Holy Spirit dwelling in us. As we
build our lives on Christ, we do so not with our own efforts, but with the guidance and inspiration of the Spirit
who lives in us.
In the Gospel, Jesus makes a connection between himself
and the temple. The temple was considered the place of
God's presence on earth. But now Jesus is that Presence-he is God's Son. So we can celebrate the dedication of a
church, St. John Lateran or our parish church, because
they are signs of God's presence in our lives. As disciples
of Jesus, we too can be signs of God's love for each other.
Weekly Readings: November 10 - November 16, 2014
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Ti 1:1-9; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday:
Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Ps 37:3-4, 18, 23, 27, 29;
Lk 17:7-10
Wednesday:
Ti 3:1-7; Ps 23:1b-6; Lk 17:11-19
Thursday:
Phlm 7-20; Ps 146:7-10; Lk 17:20-25
Friday:
2 Jn 4-9; Ps 119:1-2, 10-11, 17-18;
Lk 17:26-37
Saturday:
3 Jn 5-8; Ps 112:1-6; Lk 18:1-8
Sunday:
Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Ps 128:1-5;
1 Thes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30
[14-15, 19-21]
www.stjustinmartyr.net
THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SCRIPTURE PREVIEW
Thirty-Third Sunday in
Ordinary Time
November 16, 2014
Over the centuries since the first Pentecost, Christians
have often felt that the end of the world was at hand.
Whether it was the prediction of some false prophet, the
plague or some other calamity, it always seems as if the
time in which people are actually living shows the signs of
the end of the world. But to be too concerned about figuring out the signs is to miss the point of the readings
today, especially the Gospel. Jesus makes it clear that no
matter what trials come, no matter what is happening in
the world, there is no need to be any more prepared
than we always are. We are to live in such a way that
when we are called to account, we can get out of the way
and let the Holy Spirit inspire our words and our deeds.
For literally at the end of The Day, this is what fear of the
Lord as we see it in the first reading is all about. There is
no other way to salvation except to be open to the healing work of the Holy Spirit. And so as we turn next week
to celebrate Christ as our King, and as we turn to celebrate the Advent and Christmas cycle of feasts, it is good
to remind ourselves of what openness to the Holy Spirit
can mean for our lives and for our destiny. It is no less
than accepting and helping to build the kingdom of God.
YOUTH CHOIR
All youth and children of reading age are invited to join
the rest of the Music Ministry for the Christmas Concert
here at 4:00 pm on Sunday, December 14, and the Holiday Lights Program at the Florida Botanical Gardens from
6:30 pm to 9 pm on Wednesday, December 17. Practice
is from 7 pm to 7:30 pm every Tuesday night here in the
church till the Concert. Please check the calendar on the
parish website
(http://www.stjustinmartyr.net/)
for any changes or cancellations.
ST. JUSTIN, MARTYR CHURCH
SEMINOLE, FLORIDA
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Sacramental Formation
“Committed to and passionate about the Celebration
of the Eucharist and all the Sacraments.”
Laura Rivera, ext. 302 or [email protected]
Baptism preparation: Baptism Prep
sessions take place by appointment.
Please contact the Director of Sacramental
Formation (Laura Rivera) at least 3 months
prior to the Baptism. Baptisms take place
during the Mass on the 3rd weekend of the
month.
First Holy Communion and Confirmation next session
will be on Sunday, November 16, 2014. First Holy Communion session will take place immediately following the 8:45 am Mass in the
Faith Formation Center. Confirmation
Prep session will be immediately after
the 10:45 am Mass in the Youth House.
Please remember that 100% attendance
is required for Sacramental Preparation
Sessions.
We continue our
inquiry sessions so if
you are looking for a
place to belong, a
community with
whom you can share
your questions and
beliefs, or perhaps
you’d like to find out a bit more about the Catholic
Church? Whether the Catholic Church is totally new to
you or whether you have already had Catholic ties sometime in your life, you would be most welcome among us!
Together with others who are searching, you will share
your questions, and learn what the life of faith is all
about. If you choose to participate, you can be sure of
affirmation and support no matter what direction your
life may take. If you would like to know more, please
contact Laura at ext. 302. We have ongoing inquiry
every second and fourth Wednesday of the month at
7:00 pm in the Directors’ House.
What is an Atrium? This word is used to name the space that
is used in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program.
Currently we have a Level I
Atrium and look forward to a
Level II Atrium sometime in
the future. We use this word
because in a Catechesis
Atrium the children are
growing in their faith and
relationship with God.
www.stjustinmartyr.net
TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Life Foundations
“Being Jesus Centered & Purpose Driven
at every grade level”
Laura Rivera, ext. 302
[email protected]
Upcoming Events in Life Foundations
November 11-In Parish
November 18– Thanksgiving Feast
November 25– No Class
Thanksgiving Break
Music Ministry is looking for children to join the
Christmas Concert choir. Look out for details in regards
to rehearsals.
Gala News
Ticket Sales have begun. Get your ticket
before we are sold out. Seats are
very limited.
We are accepting Sponsorships,
item donations and program ads.
We are in need of pink silk flower
bunches (any variety) for the dГ©cor. If you
have any, please bring to the office with
“For The Gala” written on a label.
We are looking for some sewers to make
table runners out of table clothes.
If you are able to help, please
contact Laura Rivera at ext. 302.
November Events for Youth Ministry
November 19: SCC meeting - Come out and join our
Youth Ministry SCC. 6:30-8:00 pm in the Youth House.
November 27 (Thanksgiving Day): All Middle School and
High School families are welcome to come out on
Thanksgiving morning at 7:00 am to help prepare 200
bags to be given out later that
day to the homeless at
Williams Park and Downtown St.
Pete. We are in need of recycle
bags, toothbrushes and toothpaste to hand out with the sack
lunches.
If you are able to donate, please
bring to the
office before November 26. If
you have any questions, please
contact Laura Rivera ext 302.
St. JUSTIN, MARTYR
UPCOMING WEEKLY EVENTS
Administrative Services
“Committed to and passionate about supporting the
ministries, mission and facilities of St. Justin, Martyr Church.”
Director: Brian Hug, ext. 338
Email: [email protected]
Famous Thrift Shoppe
Open Year Round
Wednesdays and Saturdays
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Drop offs are Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Do Good. Feel Great. Donate!
Don’t forget, all donations are tax deductible.
The Famous Thrift Shoppe Fashion Show
Sunday, December 7, 2014
St. Justin, Martyr Fellowship Hall
The Four Corners store is a gift
shopping experience like none
other. Come discover a large selection of unique international Fair
Trade items produced by artisans
from developing countries as a
means to eradicate poverty. Additionally, we have gifts galore and
something for everyone. Proceeds support our Twinning Ministry with San JosГ© Parish in YuscarГЎn, Honduras.
Open: Wed. 9 am - 2 pm; Sat. 9 am - 2 pm & after 4 pm Mass;
Sun. after 8:45 am & 10:45 am Mass.
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Monday, November 10
4:00 pm
Peanut Butter Brigade (FH)
6:00 pm
Social Ministry Meeting (FH)
8:00 pm
Alanon (DH)
Tuesday, November 11 Veterans Day
6:30 pm
Life Foundations (In Parish)
7:00 pm
Christmas Program Rehearsal (MC)
Wednesday, November 12
8:30 am
Blessing of the Shawls during Mass
9:00 am
Thrift Shoppe & 4 Corners OPEN
7:00 pm
Music Ministry Practice (MC)
7:00 pm
RCIA Inquiry (DH)
Thursday, November 13
7:00 pm
Twinning General Meeting (FH)
Friday, November 14
8:00 pm
Portuguese Speaking Prayer Meeting (FFC)
Saturday, November 15
9:00 am
Thrift Shoppe & 4 Corners OPEN
5:00 pm
4 Corners (OPEN after Mass)
Sunday, November 16
8:30 am
LPM (LPM)
4 Corners (OPEN after all Masses)
9:45 am
10:00 am
Sacramental Prep (FFC)
10:45 am
Baptism
12:00 pm
Confirmation Prep (FFC)
7:00 pm
Portuguese Speaking Comm. Mass (MC)
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Ninety days’ worth of Gospel verses and reflections including
a meditation, a prayer, a simple activity for the day and
a related verse from the Old Testament. Ideal for Lent
and Eastertime, or for any time of year!
800-566-6150 • www.wlp.jspaluch.com/13182.htm
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