Easter Sunday - Year B JESUS CHRIST, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity, Is Truly Present In the Tabernacle. Please observe RESPECTFUL SILENCE AT ALL TIMES while in the church 5th April 2015 529/2015 MASS RESPONSES Entrance Antiphon: I have risen, and I am with you still, alleluia. You have laid your hand upon me, alleluia. Too wonderful for me, this knowledge, alleluia, alleluia. Response to the Psalm: This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad. Gospel Acclamation: Alleluia, alleluia! Christ has become our paschal sacrifice; let us feast with joy in the Lord. Alleluia! Prayer of the Faithful: Lord, may you Resurrection enrich us with your grace. It is a joyful and hope-filled occasion for all of us to celebrate life, that Christ is truly risen and alive. May you and all your loved ones be filled with happiness and peace of the Risen Christ. Communion Antiphon: REFLECTIONS B&B BROOME Luxury location overlooking the turquoise waters of Roebuck Bay, Broome. Enjoy the huge gourmet breakfasts and the friendly hospitality of Doug & Margaret. Ask for the “Hills Discount” when you book direct. [email protected] Christ our Passover has been sacrificed, alleluia; therefore let us keep the feast with the unleavened bread of purity and truth, alleluia, alleluia. Fr Bronek SDS , Fr Richard SDS and Fr Leonard SDS Liturgical Life in our Parish Weekend Masses Saturday Vigil 6:00pm; Sunday 7.30am, 9:00am & 6:00pm Sunday 10:30am - Polish Weekday Masses Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 9:00am, Thursday 7.30pm, Friday and Saturday 9:00am. Reconciliation Saturday 10:00-10:30am & 5:15-5:45pm Rosary Monday - Saturday 8:30am; Children’s Rosary Tuesday - 3:00pm (During School Term) Devotion & Adoration Thursday 9:00am - 7:00pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament Baptism Sunday at 12 noon. By Appointment with Parish Priest. Marriage By Appointment Only - Minimum Six Months Notice Required Ph: 9192 6610 The Parish of St Anthony - Greenmount, is under the care of the Society of the Divine Saviour (Salvatorians) Fr Bronek Pietrusewicz SDS Parish Priest Fr Richard Sadowski SDS (Chisholm College Chaplain) Fr Leonard Macionczyk SDS (La Salle College Chaplain) Address: 96 Innamincka Road, GREENMOUNT WA 6056 PO Box 428, MIDLAND WA 6936 Parish Admin Officer: Ms Flavia Lenzo Parish Council: Roland Rosario Office Hours: Mon, Wed & Fri 8.30am - 2.30pm RE Coordinator: Melissa Doyle (0438 104 124) Parish Office: Ph. 9294 3504, Fax. 9255 1110 Communion of the Sick: 9294 3504 Email: [email protected] Web Page: www.stanthonys.org.au Anthony Care: 9294 3504 St Vincent’s Help Line: 1300 794 054 WELCOME TO OUR CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST. Special welcome to any visitors we have with us today and newcomers to our Parish family. If you have just moved into our Parish please write your details on our parishioners form available in the church porch. Sun 5th April 9:00am People of the Parish Mon 6th April 9:00am Jude Andre RIP Tues 7th April 9:00am Sreedharan Birthday Thanks Wed 8th April 9:00am Mitchell Lloyd Birthday Thanks Fri 10th April 9:00am 13th Birthday Blessings Breannah Sun 12th April 9:00am Rosina Lenzo RIP Anniversary Please Keep In Your Prayers Jean D’Cruz, Kathy Varady, Ryan Marron, Anthony Chan, Marcella Chan, Emilia Monterosso, Ivana Napoli, Dawn Watterston, Maree McGuckin, Larry O’Toole, Jan Lolza, Peter White, Carlien Bignall, Raymond McAlpine, Dot Cunningham, Charli Rando, Stefania Mazurak, Justin Hoareau, Sara Mignacca, THANK-YOU Thank you for your continued silence before, during and after Mass. EASTER SEQUENCE Christians, to the Paschal Victim offer sacrifice and praise. The sheep are ransomed by the Lamb; And Christ, the undefiled, Hath sinners to his Father reconciled. Death with life contended: combat strangely ended! Life’s own Champion, slain, yet lives to reign. Tell us, Mary: say what thou didst see upon the way. The tomb the living did enclose; I saw Christ’s glory as he rose! The angels there attesting; Shroud with grave-clothes resting. Christ, my hope, has risen: he goes before you into Galilee. That Christ is truly risen from the dead we know. Victorious king, thy mercy show! Claire Yam, Peter Tuinder, Tom Canny & Allan Derrick DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY - B Acts 4:32-35; 1 Jn 5:1-6; Jn 20:19-31 PARISH OFFICE Please note the Parish Office will be closed until Monday 20th April. During this time the phone will be monitored for any urgent messages. May the Peace, Love and Hope of Our Risen Christ be with you all this Easter Sunday. THANK YOU Thankyou goes out to all those who helped with the Parish Busy Bee and with the Anointing of the Sick Mass and Brunch. Special thanks to Fr Bronek for the Anointing Mass and to the students from La Salle’s College Touching Hearts Program, who also came along and helped out– they did a great job. THE WORD AMONG US The WORD Among Us is a digest-size size publication referencing the Scriptures for the Mass of the day, with substantive, spiritual reflections upon one of those Scriptures, and a short prayer. We now have copies of the Easter edition. The cost of a booklet is $5. Thoughts of Fr Francis Jordan SD S Thank you to everyone who came along to our planning afternoon last week. A calendar of events will be out soon. Wishing you all a Very Happy and Blessed Easter Happy Birthday in April to Pat 1/4, Breannah 10/4, Yvonne 24/4 and Flavia 28/4 As long as the Queen of DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY Next Sunday 12th April at 3.00pm the Novena of the Divine Mercy which has been prayed since Good Friday will conclude with praying the Chaplet, Adoration and Benediction. All are invited to join us even if you haven’t been praying the Novena, it is still a special way to spend an hour on a Sunday. The image of Jesus, The Divine Mercy, is to have a special place of honour on the Feast of Mercy, a visual reminder of all that Jesus did for us through His Passion, Death, and Resurrection … and a reminder, too, of what He asks of us in return to trust Him and be merciful to others: "I want the image to be solemnly blessed on the first Sunday after Easter, and I want it to be venerated publicly so that every soul may know about it". At the request of her spiritual director, Saint Faustina asked the Lord about the meaning of the rays in the image. She heard these words in reply: "The two rays denote Blood and Water. The pale ray stands for the Water which makes souls righteous. The red ray stands for the Blood which is the life of souls. These two rays issued forth from the depths of My tender mercy when My agonized Heart was opened by a lance on the Cross ... Happy is the one who will dwell in their shelter, for the just hand of God shall not lay hold of him" JESUS I TRUST IN YOU WORLD YOUTH DAY 2016 A meeting will be held on Sunday 19th April after the 6pm Mass, for all those interested in attending WYD 2016. PROJECT COMPASSION EASTER SUNDAY Happy Easter from all at Caritas Australia! Celebrate that your generosity to Project Compassion continues aid and development work reflective of the life of Jesus Christ, and shaped by the tradition of Catholic Social Teaching principles, in over 35 countries around the world. Your Project Compassion donation will help whole communities ‘have life and have it to the full’ (John 10:10). Please return all envelopes and boxes ASAP. Thank you for supporting Caritas Australia’s Project Compassion 2015 appeal. EASTER MESSAGE 2015 The giving of gifts as everyone knows is associated with Christmas. And yet it has increasingly become a feature of our Easter celebrations. More often than not, Easter gifts take the form of chocolate, and especially of chocolate eggs. The connection between Easter and the giving of eggs (chocolate or otherwise) is quite obvious: eggs are a symbol of new life and it is precisely new life which we commemorate through our celebration of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. Jesus himself offers us an extraordinary gift. Each time we celebrate the Eucharist we unite ourselves with the prayer of the celebrant who, just before Holy Communion, prays: “Lord Jesus Christ, you said to your apostles, “Peace I leave you; my peace I give to you”.” This promise and this gift, offered to the Lord’s first disciples, continues to be offered to all of us today. It is the outpouring of God’s love released through the resurrection of Jesus to new life. It is the gift of his Spirit. May this Easter be a time when the new life of Jesus fills each one of us with hope, with joy, and with the special gift of his peace. Full message can be read at: www.perthcatholic.org.au/ A happy Easter to you. Most Rev Timothy Costelloe SDB Sat 6.00pm Sun 7.30am Sun 9.00am Sun 6.00pm Acolytes K Twigg-Berry G Mackin J Sheridan J D’Cruz Readers PA Croft A Grimm C O’Neill R Dullard C Jones M Colton A Palmer T Palmer Special Ministers M Twigg-Berry A Grimm K Smith K Seward N Holmes F Miltrup A Plamer T Palmer Altar Servers Allum Family M Mercer M Fernandez M Doyle D’Cruz Family heaven and earth is not everywhere praised, you Next week Morning Tea: Pinoy’s Friends Next week Flowers: Jan dare not allow yourself a Counting: This Week: Palmer Family Counting Next Week: Penny Children’s Liturgy : This Week: No Children’ s Liturgy Next Week: No Children’s Liturgy Next Week Choir: 6.00pm Sat: Cathy, Kevin & Choir Next Week Choir: 9.00am Sun: No Choir 6.00pm Sun: No Choir moment’s rest.
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