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Church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
627 East 187th Street, Bronx, New York 10458
Telephone: 718-295-3770
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Fax: 718-367-2240
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www.ourladymtcarmelbx.org
PARISH STAFF
ADMINISTRATOR
Rev. Fr. Salvatore Sportino
PAROCHIAL VICARS
Rev. Fr. Urbano Rodrigues
Rev. Fr. Alejandro Baumann
PASTOR EMERITUS
Rev. Msgr. John A. Ruvo
PARISH SCHOOL
PRINCIPAL
Mr. John T. Riley
Telephone: 718-295-6080
Fax: 718-561-5205
CATECHETICAL CENTER
COORDINATOR
Sr. Edna Loquias, S.M.C.
Telephone: 718-295-7397
Fax: 718-295-7656
MASSES:
Saturday Evening: 5:00pm (English)
Sunday:
8:30am (English), 9:30am (Spanish),
11:00am (Italian),12:30pm (English)
Weekdays:
8:30am (English, Mon.-Sat.)
12noon (English, Mon.-Sat.)
7:00pm (English, Mon.-Fri.)
HOLY HOUR:
12:30pm (Sat.)
CONFESSIONS:
Saturday from 4:00pm to 5:00pm
DEVOTIONS: Each night from 6 - 7 pm we will expose
the Blessed Sacrament and say the Rosary, the Divine
Mercy Chaplet, Adoration and nightly devotions until
Benediction.
Monday: Miraculous Medal; Tuesday: Divine Mercy;
Wednesday:O. L. of Perpetual Help; Thursday: St. Joseph;
Friday: St. Pio (1st Friday); O. L. of Guadalupe (2nd and 5th
Friday); St. Anne (3rd Friday);St. John Vianney (4th Friday).
BAPTISMS:
Baptisms are celebrated at 1:45 pm on the 2ND SUNDAY of
each month in SPANISH, the 3RD SUNDAY in ENGLISH.
Arrangements must be made by phoning one of the priests
at the rectory at least one month prior to the Baptism.
Parents and godparents MUST attend a Pre-Baptism
instruction at 8:00 pm on the Monday prior to the Baptism.
Sponsors must present Confirmation Certificates from the
parish from which they received this Sacrament.
MARRIAGES:
Couples desiring to be married must make the necessary
arrangements beginning with a phone call to one of the
priests at the rectory at least six months before the
proposed wedding date. Information will be given
regarding the church requirements to celebrate the
Sacrament of Matrimony.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
A priest should be called whenever anyone is seriously ill.
Families should take care not to wait until the person is
dying. In case of an emergency, the rectory should be
called at any time.
PARISH MEMBERSHIP
New parishioners should register at the rectory as soon as
possible after moving into the parish.
ENVELOPES
Every adult in the parish should receive and use our
envelopes for the Sunday collection. Children attending
our Parish School or Religious Ed. classes receive and are
encouraged to use their children’s envelopes.
MT CARMEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
The parish school is located at 2465-67 Bathgate Avenue.
Information concerning the parish school should be
obtained from the school during the normal school hours.
The parish school telephone number is published above.
August 24, 2014
OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL CHURCH
ANNOUNCED MASSES
SUN. AUGUST 24th TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORD. TIME
8:30am
Marie De Dominicis
9:30
Pro Populo
11:00
Bartolomeo ed Antonietta Ruocco
12:30pm
Pietro & Giuseppina Zullo
MON. AUGUST 25th WEEKDAY; ST. LOUIS; ST. JOHN
CALASANZ
8:30am
Marie De Dominicis
12:00pm
Michele Berni
7:00pm
Matteo Passero
TUES. AUGUST 26th WEEKDAY
8:30am Lindo & Maria Borgatti
12:00pm
Jose Francisco & Juan Villini
7:00pm
Joseph Mondelli
WED. AUGUST 27th ST. MONICA
8:30am Maria Reade
12:00pm
Hattie & Geneva Dunvar
7:00pm
Matteo Passero
THURS. AUGUST 28st ST. AUGUSTINE
8:30am
Augusto Gonzalez
12:00pm
Matthew Rawiszer
7:00pm
Gabriel, Maria & Lena Vendetta
FRI. AUGUST 29th MARTYRDOM OF ST. JOHN BAPTIST
8:30am
Thomas Dirienzo
12:00pm
Vincenzo Mannini
7:00pm
Roseyine Stinson
30th
SAT. AUGUST
WEEKDAY; BVM
8:30am
Rosa Lodato
12:00pm
Addolorata Fasano
5:00pm
Rosa Leone
2
REST IN PEACE
Please pray for the deceased members of our parish,
especially Pauline DiFalco, Dianne Vara &
Medelyn Albert, and for our fallen military.
WEDDING BANNS…
II. Salvatore Di Maggio & Victoria Eva Ruggieri
CORRECTION & APOLOGIES - LAST WEEK
Sanctuary Lamp - Robert Masi - 1st Anniversary
by the Watson Family
MEMORIALS OFFERED THIS WEEK
Mass Wine -
Fannie Mastroiani DeMarta
with love from her daughter, Donna
by Donna DiMarta
Altar Bread -
Fannie Mastroiani DeMarta
with love from her daughter, Donna
by Donna DiMarta
Sanctuary Lamp - Fannie Mastroiani DeMarta
with love from her daughter, Donna
by Donna DiMarta
Mass Candles -
Fannie Mastroiani DeMarta
with love from her daughter, Donna
by Donna DiMarta
Registration for
Religious Education
Monday-Friday
9:15am to 12:15pm
2:00 to 4pm
or by appointment
SUN. AUGUST 31st TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORD.
TIME
8:30am
Deceased Members of the Loberto,
Hamel & Patrocinio Families
9:30
Pro Populo
11:00
Rosaria, Calogero e Rosario Darmetta
12:30pm
Rosaria Vitale
Sr. Loreto Farewell Mass
Sunday, August 31st – 12:30 p.m.
Refreshments follow in Fatima Hall
SUNDAY MASS COLLECTION
8/17/14 Collection ...............................................$2,436.45
8/17/14 Children’s Collection ..................... ........$ 26.25
Last year’s Collection …...................................$2,700.30
MASS ATTENDANCE FOR WEEKEND OF AUG. 17, ’14
Adults…………………………………….…….....582
Children…………………………………...…......110
Total………………………………………...…….692
August 24, 2014
OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL CHURCH
CATECHETICAL CORNER
This is the Faith by Canon Francis Ripley
ANGOLO CATECHETICO
Questa è la Fede dal Canonico Francesco Ripley
“The Eighth Commandment”
"L'Ottavo Comandamento"
3
The Eighth Commandment forbids:
L’Ottavo Comandamento proibisce:
f) Talebearing – repeating to anyone what others have
said about him….Because it is the source of quarrels and
animosities, the cause of misunderstandings and the loss
of friendship, talebearing is against charity and its guilt
will depend on the intention of the speaker and the injury
done or foreseen.
f) Dicendo le pettegolezze - ripetendo a chiunque ciò
che altri hanno detto su di lui ... perché è la fonte di liti e
animosità, la causa di malintesi e la perdita dell'amicizia,
dicendo le pettegolezze è contro la carità e il suo senso
di colpa dipenderà l'intenzione del parlante e il danno
fatto o previsto.
g) Backbiting – speaking of a person’s faults, even
though they be known to all. It is opposed to Christian
charity….Honest criticism may be perfectly lawful, but
only too often it degenerates into backbiting and
uncharitableness.
g) La maldicenza - parlando di difetti di una persona,
anche se essi siano noti a tutti. Si oppone alla carità
cristiana ... La critica onesta può essere perfettamente
lecita, ma troppo spesso degenera in maldicenza e
mancanza di carità.
Reflecting on God’s Word
Riflettere sulla Parola di Dio
Certain questions change lives, depending on our
answer: “Do you take this person to be your husband/
wife?” “Do you want this job?” “Can you forgive me?”
The question Jesus asks today is one that certainly
changes lives. Our response is not simply an academic
exercise, a matter of knowing the right answer we
learned from a book. Our answer must lead to a
commitment that is to be lived out each day of our lives.
Peter’s answer certainly changed the course of his life.
Jesus recognized that it was not
Alcune domande cambiano la vita, ma questo
cambiamento in realtà dipende dalla nostra risposta:
"State ottenendo questa persona come il vostro
coniuge" ? "Vuoi questo lavoro?” “Mi perdoni"? La
questione Gesù chiede oggi certamente cambia una vita.
La nostra risposta non è solo un esercizio accademico,
un colpo con la risposta corretta che abbiamo imparato
in un libro. La nostra risposta deve portare ad un
impegno costante e quotidiano.
Peter’s innate knowledge, or that of any other person,
that had given Peter his response: “You are the Christ,
the Son of the living God.” It was the Father. And so
Jesus declares that Peter will be the one to lead the other
disciples and all who would come after. Simon, son of
John, fisherman, husband, brother—and one who would
deny he ever knew Christ!—he was to be the rock on
which Jesus would build the church. His response was
life-changing.
Peter’s answer was not a perfect one, as we shall see
next week. Even so, Jesus accepts it as an indication that
his Father is at work in those called to be with him who
would continue his work. The Father chose to work in
fallible human beings. We may not think of ourselves as
rocks, but the future of the church depends on how well
each one of us lives out the answer to this question,
“Who do you say that I am?”
—James A. Wallace, C.Ss.R.
Copyright © 2012, World Library Publications.
All rights reserved.
This Week’s Saints - St. John the Baptist St. Augustine - St. Monica
Three great saints of the Church - let us follow their
example and ask for their prayers
La risposta di Pietro certamente cambia il corso della sua
vita. Riconosce che Gesù non era la conoscenza innata di
ciò che ha fatto Pietro risponde in questo modo: "Tu sei
il Cristo, il Figlio del Dio vivente", ma era il Padre. E
così Gesù dichiara che Pietro deve portare agli altri
discepoli e tutti i discepoli che sarebbero seguiti.
Simone, figlio di Giovanni, pescatore, marito, fratello—
e anche che negherebbe conoscenza di Cristo!—sarebbe
la roccia su cui Gesù avrebbe edificato la Chiesa. La
risposta di Pietro ha cambiato la sua vita.
La risposta di Pietro non era perfetto, come vedremo la
prossima settimana. Eppure, Gesù ha accettato come
indicazione che il Padre opera nelle persone chiamati di
essere con Lui e continuare la Sua missione. Il Padre ha
scelto di lavorare in esseri umani fallibili. Probabilmente
non pensiamo di essere pietre, ma il futuro della Chiesa
dipende da come scegliamo di rispondere alla domanda:
"E voi, chi dite che Io sia"? e come implementiamo la
nostra risposta.
James A. Wallace C.Ss.R.
Diritti d’autore © 2013, World Library Publications.
Tutti i diritti riservati.
LECCIONES DE CATECISMO
Esta es la Fe por el canónigo Francisco Ripley
"El Octavo Mandamiento"
El octavo mandamiento prohíbe:
f) Chismear: no decir a nadie lo que otros han dicho de
él... porque es la fuente de disputas y animosidades, la
causa de los malentendidos y la pérdida de la amistad,
chismear está en contra de la caridad y de su
culpabilidad y dependerá de la intención de cómo y de
que forma se dice o el daño hecho o previsto.
g) La murmuración: hablando de las faltas de una
persona, a pesar de que sea conocida de todos. Se opone
a la caridad cristiana….la crítica .La honestidad puede
ser perfectamente legal, pero demasiado puede degenerar
en la murmuración y la falta de caridad.
Reflexionemos sobre la Palabra de Dios
Ciertas preguntas cambian la vida, aunque ese cambio
depende en realidad de nuestra respuesta: “¿Recibes a
esta persona como tu cónyuge?” “¿Quieres este
trabajo?” “¿Me perdonas?” La pregunta que Jesús hace
hoy ciertamente cambia una vida. Nuestra respuesta no
es simplemente un ejercicio académico, ni acertar con la
respuesta correcta que hemos aprendido en un libro.
Nuestra respuesta tiene que llevarnos a un compromiso
constante y cotidiano.
La respuesta de Pedro ciertamente cambia el curso de su
vida. Jesús reconoce que no fue el conocimiento innato
de Pedro lo que le hizo responder de esa manera: “Tú
eres el Mesías, el Hijo de Dios vivo”, sino que fue el
Padre. Y por eso Jesús declara que Pedro será quien
dirija a los otros discípulos y a todos los discípulos que
vendrían después. Simón, hijo de Juan, pescador, esposo,
hermano ―¡y también el que negaría haber conocido a
Cristo!― sería la piedra sobre la cual Jesús edificaría la
Iglesia. La respuesta de Pedro cambió su vida.
La respuesta de Pedro no fue perfecta, tal como veremos
la semana próxima. Así y todo, Jesús la acepta como
indicación de que su Padre obra en aquellas personas
llamadas a estar con él y a continuar su misión. El Padre
eligió obrar en seres humanos falibles. Probablemente no
pensemos que somos piedras, pero el futuro de la Iglesia
depende de cómo elijamos responder a la pregunta:
“Según ustedes, ¿quién soy yo?” Y de cómo pongamos
en práctica nuestra respuesta.
—James A. Wallace, C.Ss.R.
Derechos de autor © 2013, World Library Publications.
Todos los derechos reservados.
- Vacation Time Is Upon Us But remember:
Don’t take a vacation from Jesus!
Mt. Carmel’s 108th Anniversary Dinner Dance
Sunday, October 19, 2014
at Maestro’s Caterers in the Bronx
Cocktails: 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Dinner: 4:00-8:00 p.m.
Reservations: $85.00 per person
At the Dinner Dance the drawing for our annual raffle
will take place. First Prize: $5,000 Second Prize:$2,000
Third Prize: $1,000 - You are also welcome to place an
Ad in the Commemorative Journal. The proceeds will
further the mission of the Parish.
Adult Religious Education Classes
Please leave your name and number at the
rectory if you are interested.
Classi d’Educazione Religiosa per Adulti
Coloro interessati sono pregati di lasciare il loro nome
e numero in rettoria.
Clases de Educación Religiosa para Adultos
Por favor, deje su nombre y número en la
rectoría si usted está interesado.
Lectors August 30 - 31
5:00 p.m.
V. Marcone
8:30 a.m
9:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
TBA
Hna. Martina & L. Ortega
N. Trombetta
R. Powers
This Week’s Calendar
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
N.A. at 5:30pm in Fatima Hall
Exercise Class at 8:30pm in Fatima Hall
Neo-Cat. at 8pm in Fatima Hall
Neo-Cat. at 7pm in Fatima Hall
A.A. at 6:30pm in Fatima Hall
Exercise Class at 8pm in Fatima Hall
Bereavement Group at 1pm
in Msgr. Ruvo Mtg. Rm.
Spanish Choir Practice at 7pm
in Msgr. Ruvo Mtg. Rm.
Neo-Cat. at 8pm in Fatima Hall
Vocation Prayer
God our Father, who wills that all men be saved and
come to the knowledge of Your Truth: We beg you
to send Laborers into Your harvest, and grant them
grace to speak Your Word With all boldness; so that
Your Word May spread and be glorified, and all
nations may know You, the only God, and Him
whom You have sent, Jesus Christ Your Son, our
Lord. Amen.
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