THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER – April 15, 2018

THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER – April 15, 2018 – HÚSVÉT 3. VASÁRNAPJA
VÁLASZOS ZSOLTÁR: Ragyogtasd ránk, Uram, * arcod  fényességét!
RESPONSORIAL PSALM: Lord, let your face shine on us.
THIS SUNDAY’S MASS: For Gusztáv Veres, by Mihály Vámos

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK: 

April  16 Monday  9:00   AM No Intention requested
April  18 Wednesday  9:00   AM For living Anna Pádár
April  20 Friday  9:00   AM For the intention of celebrant
April  21 Saturday  5:00    PM For József Juhász, by Juhász Family
April  22

 

Sunday 11:00  AM

 

For János Molnár, by Family

Memorial donations in loving memory of John Kőrössy: $240. cash; $200. from Miklós Szentkirályi; $100. from Louis Bodnar; $100. from Márta M. Fordos; $100. from Hungarian Heritage Society; $100. from Christopher Hersburgh; $100. from Gregory Kondray; $100. from Marié Keresztessy; $50. from Michael Keresztessy; $50. from Anthony Kante; $50. from Jaqueline Mc. Donald and $50. from Krisztina Simpson. THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!

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, Maria Mueller, Mrs. Julia Leszko, Izabella Bencze, Lajos Kőllő.

YOUTH MASS: Next Sunday followed by light agapé in hall downstairs. Happy birthday to those born in April.

APRIL 22 between 12 and 2PM-— in the church hall, GOULASH AND LANGOS FUNDRAISER by the Scout Regös Group to help support their gala performance in November.  Goulash $7., Lángos $4., Combo $10., Family Special for 4 – $35.

SCOUT BALL WILL BE Saturday, April 28, beginning at 6:30 PM.  Music by the Harmonia Ensemble. Details are found in the invitation and flyers.

THANK YOU!  My sincerest appreciation to all who helped with receiving the Diocesan seminarian guests Friday evening at our church by showing them what true Hungarian hospitality is about. The seminarians admired our beautiful church, were happy to become acquainted with our Hungarian culture, with the past history and present involvement of the Hungarian community in Cleveland, and with the delicious Hungarian foods.  Thank you to all who helped graciously prepare the dinner for the seminarians,   to Michael Horvath for his presentation on our Hungarian culture, and to the scouts for their beautiful and interesting folk song performance.  Let us remember to pray for vocations to the priesthood and religious orders.

 

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