2nd Sunday of Easter – Sunday of Divine of Mercy – April 3, 2016

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2nd Sunday of Easter – Sunday of Divine Mercy     2016. April 3.   Húsvét 2. vasárnapja – Isteni Irgalmasság
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TODAY’S MASS — For Gyula Skerlán, by Family

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK:

April 4 Monday 9:00 AM For Deceased parents Zoltan and Mária Körmöczy,

by Agnes Körmöczy Bacon

April 6 Wednesday 9:00 AM For intention of Celebrant
April 8 Friday    9:00 AM For Domincs Family, by Anna Juhász
April 9 Saturday 5:00 PM (English) For Fr. Gary Dilley, by Fr. David Misbrener
April 10 Sunday 11:00 AM For Ferenc Beodray, by Family

 

ANYONE WISHING TO RECEIVE THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM OR CONFIRMATION, please contact the Rectory.

Confessions before each Mass and by appointment.

LAST WEEKEND’S COLLECTION: Sunday offering: $5,629., Maintenance Fund $250.

Special donations: $50. by Fr. David Misbrener and $20 in honor of St. Anthony.

Special collection for Holy Land: $213.     THANK YOU TO ALL!

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PLEASE PRAY FOR THE DECEASED, as always

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK, especially Mary Nemeth, Hédi Kocskár, Bev Kimár, Fred and Irene Glunz, Elizabeth Takacs, Anna (Ági) and Janos Padar.

THANK YOU for all your kind Easter wishes, the delicious foods, the cards and gifts. I was very happy that together with you we were able to celebrate the glorious Feast of the Resurrection in church last Sunday.

NEXT SUNDAY — MONTHLY YOUTH MASS. We are looking forward to youth participation in the Mass. Light refreshments afterwards to celebrate the April birthdays.

SUNDAY MISSALS IN ENGLISH are in the church to enable those to follow the liturgy who don’t speak Hungarian.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES: The Diocesan Catholic Charities campaign has started and is an ongoing appeal throughout the year.   “Your support of the 2016 Catholic Charities Appeal is an act of mercy that will change lives of your brothers and sisters in Christ. We appreciate your donation and will take special care to use it wisely in providing essential programs and services to people in need.”   Please use the special envelopes found in the back of the church, and in filling out all the information, please write in our parish name, St. Emeric Parish. Please give generously! Thank you!   You can send in your donation directly, or place the designated envelope in the Sunday collection basket.

LOOKING AHEAD— His excellency Bishop Dr. Ferenc Cserháti, on his North American tour, will be visiting St. Emeric Parish between April 21-26 and on Sunday, April 24, he will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation. We invite all to dinner after the April 24 Sunday Mass.   The dinner information follows:

INVITATIONParish Spring Dinner — April 24 following the Sunday Mass. Menu: asparagus cream soup, ragout of pork with egg barley side, pickles, zserbó (Gerbaud) slice, a Hungarian specialty dessert, and coffee. Cost: $20. for adults and $10. for children, 6 and under free. Please note: Take out orders can be picked up only after 1:30 PM.   Please make your reservations by Wednesday, April 20, by calling:

Maria Zsula 216-676-5863,   or   Orsolya Sedensky   330-963-7035,   or   Piri Beodray 440-356-8985

NON-PERISHABLE FOODS FOR THE NEEDY We will deliver them to the West side Catholic Center this week in the name of the St. Emeric parishioners. Thank you for your generosity in helping those less fortunate.

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