SUNDAY OF DIVINE MERCY – 2017. Április 23. – ISTENI IRGALMASSÁG VASÁRNAPJA
VÁLASZOS ZSOLTÁR: Adjatok hálát az Úrnak, mert jó,* mivel irgalma örökké megmarad.
Resp. Psalm: Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, his love is everlasting.
TODAY’S MASS: 11:00 AM, For intention of requestor, by Mihály Vámos
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK:
|April||24||Monday||9:00 AM||No intention requested|
|April||26||Wednesday||9:00 AM||No Mass|
|April||28||Friday||9:00 AM||No Mass|
|April||29||Saturday||5:00 PM||For Ricky Fraley, by Mihály Vámos|
|April||30||Sunday||11:00 AM||For Gyula Skerlán, by Family
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 Kímár, Fred & Irene Glunz, Anna & Janos Padar, Imre Földesi, Dr. Izabella Bence, Terézia Rabensteiner, János Sedenszky, Bela Tarman, and Margaret Falk.
TODAY IS SUNDAY OF DIVINE MERCY: According to the diary of Sister Saint Faustina, in her dialogue with Jesus, Jesus requested that the Sunday after Easter be designated as Divine Mercy Sunday. On April 30, 2000, Pope John Paul II proclaimed this holy day for the whole world. On this same day, Sister Faustina was canonized saint. On this day every year we specially reflect upon God’s divine mercy.
YOUTH MASS TODAY. After mass all are invited to the agapé in the church hall downstairs to celebrate the April birthdays.
THANK YOU AGAIN: to all who participated in the preparations for our Easter celebration— for the song and music service, for the liturgical assistance, for decorating the church and the grounds, and for the cleaning as well, and to all volunteers who helped in any way. Also, thank you for the generous donations for the flowers.
PLEASE PICK UP YOUR DONATION BOXES, if you have not yet done so, in the Sunday Office. If there is an error in the address or there is no address printed, please contact the Rectory or drop a note with the information in the Sunday collection.
TODAY- SECOND COLLECTION: for the Diocesan Home Missions.
Looking ahead-— The Chicago Hungarian Consulate will hold “Hungarian Consul Days” in Cleveland on May 5 and 6 for the residents in the Cleveland area. On May 5, they will be at the First Reformed Church, 14530 Alexander Rd., Walton Hills, OH 44116, and on May 6 at St. Emeric Church, Mindszenty Room, 1860 West 22nd St. In addition to residency and citizenship affairs, various other questions can be addressed. To make appointments (which are necessary) and for further information, the Chicago Consulate can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone (312) 344-1290.
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