4 th Sunday of Lent – March 6, 2016

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4th   Sunday of Lent                                        2016. March 6.                              Nagyböjt 4. vasárnapja
VÁLASZOS ZSOLTÁR: Ízleljétek és lássátok, * milyen édes az Úr.

TODAY’S MASS — For Friedrich Irma, by Mihály Vámos

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK:

March 7 Monday 9:00 AM For grandparents John and     Antoinette Koterba and Family, by Mrs. Stephen Rathbon.
March 9 Wednesday 9:00 AM For Ilona Vince, by Profusz Family
March 11 Friday 5:00 PM For John Cross, by Rosemary Cross
March 12 Saturday 5:00 PM For Maria Balassa György, by Ágnes&András Strada
March 13 Sunday 11:00 AM For deceased members of Hung. Girl Scout Troop 33.,by members.

FOR LENTEN CONFESSIONS — BEFORE MASS OR BY APPOINTMENT  

ABSTINENCE FROM MEAT IS TO BE OBSERVED on all Fridays of Lent by all Catholics 14 years and older.

FRIDAYS OF LENT-STATIONS OF THE CROSS AT 4:30PM AND MASS AT 5PM.

SUNDAYS IN LENT –Stations of the Cross at 10:20AM before the 11AM Mass.

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

LAST WEEKEND’S COLLECTION: Sunday offering: $1,365.,   Maintenance Fund: $125; THANK YOU!

Special thank you to Steve Kovacs for $5,000 donation to Maintenance Fund; Special $150. donation from Bocskai Radio and $50.donation in loving memory of Géza Andaházy by Zoltán Biró. Thanks to Cindy and Terry Gibson for donating a piano for our church and to Katherine Graber for $300. and to Judith &Mihaly Horvath for $110. for the transporting and tuning of the piano.

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PLEASE PRAY FOR THE DECEASED, especially Rev.Stephen Kaminski, pastor of St. Mary Magdalene Parish.

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK , especially Mary Nemeth, Hédi Kocskár, Bev Kimár, Fred and Irene Glunz.

 

SUNDAY MISSALS IN ENGLISH are in the church for those who do not speak Hungarian to follow the liturgy.

NEXT SUNDAY — Looking forward to our monthly YOUTH MASS, where the youth assume assisting liturgical roles. After Mass all parishioners are invited to the hall downstairs to celebrate the spring birthdays of March.

LENTEN COLLECTION OF NON-PERISHABLE FOODS FOR THE NEEDY— Please bring your non-perishable food donation for the needy of the West side Catholic Center and place in box in the Sunday Office.

DIOCESAN SEMINARY —As you well know, our seminarians are essential to a strong, vibrant Catholic Church and that they need support during the years of priestly formation. We can be part of this support with our financial contribution. Make check payable to CPL Bishop’s Seminary Fund and send to Rectory here or place in collection basket next Sunday. Thank you for your support on behalf of our priesthood candidates.

NEXT SUNDAY—United Hungarian Societies will hold their Commemorative 1848. Hungarian Program at 2PM at the East Side Hung. Reformed Church Hall, 14530 Alexander Rd. Speakers: Dr. Markusfalvi-Toth Adam, Hungarian Chief Consul from Chicago and Gergely Bodok, from Hungary, recipient of the Mikes Kelemen scholarship. All are welcome!

NEIGHBORING PARISH NEWS — LENTEN FISH FRY at St. Stephen Church ( 1930 W. 54th St.) every Friday through Lent from 4PM to 7PM. Take-out available on all orders.Fish dinner $8.50, also combinations with shrimp available, including side dishes roll&butter, and dessert. Further details on bulletin board.

TODAY — SECOND COLLECTION for CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES, victims of disasters. Please help.

NEXT SUNDAY — daylight savings time begins!! Set clocks forward 1 hour.

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One Response to 4 th Sunday of Lent – March 6, 2016

  1. Sedensky Orsolya March 9, 2016 at 12:52 pm #

    András atya,a bulletinokba a mellékelt képek olyan szépek,és odavalok.Ugy elgondoltassák az embert.Köszönöm hogy még ilyen dolgokra is figyelmes.Mindég lesem milyen lesz a következö héten.Igazán szépek.

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