SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER – MAY 6, 2018

SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER – May 6, 2018 – HÚSVÉT 6.  VASÁRNAPJA
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RESPONSORIAL PSALM: The Lord has revealed to the nations his saving power.
THIS SUNDAY’S MASS: For Ágnes and Erzsébet Lovas, by Molnár Family

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK: 

May    7 Monday  9:00   AM For Valér and Olga Fricke, by Family
May    9 Wednesday  9:00   AM For the sick
May  11 Friday  9:00   AM For Ede Szelke, by Valéria Bozzay
May  12 Saturday  5:00    PM To honor Our Blessed Virgin Mary of Fatima
May  13

 

Sunday 11:00  AM

 

For Gayle Hudák, by Mihály Vámos

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

CONFESSIONS  before each Mass and by appointment.

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK:  especially Mary Nemeth, Bev Kimar, Anna Padar,  Mrs. Julia Leszko

OUR TRADITIONAL MAY CROWNING will be Sunday, MAY 13, Mothers Day.   We ask the children to participate in this procession and dress appropriately, girls in white dress.  Furthermore, those who will be receiving Holy Communion at St. Emeric for the first time, please meet with me on May 7 or May 11 during or after the scout/school activities.

PARISH FIELD TRIP:  We are organizing a 2-day excursion to Michigan on June 23-24.  Saturday we will leave at 7AM and  arrive in Frankenmuth, „Michigan’s Little Bavaria” for sightseeing, lunch, winery visit, and evening dinner in Detroit’s Hungarian Rhapsody Restaurant with live music.  Lodging at nearby hotel. Sunday we will celebrate Mass at Holy Cross Hungarian Church at 11 AM and meet with the parishioners at a light agapé afterwards.  If time permits, we will also visit the Henry Ford Museum and arrive back home Sunday evening. Travel will be by comfortable motorcoach. Approximate cost $270.per person, all inclusive. To make reservations, please call Marika Zsula at 216-676-5863 by June 3.

PENTECOST GOULASH DINNER, MAY 20.  After Mass, we will continue to celebrate the birth of the Church with a goulash dinner social  in the parish hall.  We ask, if you are able, to bring for dessert some pastry or fruit to share. There is no need to make reservations, just come and join your parishioners in the celebration.

CULTURAL PROGRAM-MAY 14, MONDAY BEGINNING AT 6:30PM.  In conjunction with The Hungarian House of Washington and the Bocskai Radio, the Scout Center will host an evening of programs— there will be exhibits, lectures, films and discussion about the cultural treasures of the Hungarian minority found in the Carpathian Region of Ukraine. (in Hungarian).

NEXT SUNDAY – SECOND COLLECTION for Cathecatical Services of the Newman Campus ministry (at the colleges).

 

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