Third Sunday in Ordinary Time – January 22, 2017

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time – 2017. Január 22. – Évközi 3. vasárnap
VÁLASZOS ZSOLTÁR: Világosságom az Isten,* üdvözít engem.

TODAY’S MASS: 11:00 AM, For living and deceased members of Kocskár Family, by Viola Kocskár

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK: 

January 23 Monday  9:00   AM For Ildikó Körössy, by Family
January 25 Wednesday  9:00   AM For intention of celebrant
January 26 Thursday 10:00  AM Funeral Mass for Pál Leszkó
January 27 Friday  9:00   AM For intention of celebrant
January 28 Saturday  5:00   PM For Antonette (Toni) Gras, by Mihály Vámos
January 29

 

Sunday 11:00  AM For  the deceased members of Kmetty Family, by Beodray 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 DECEASED, especially Paul Leszko whose Funeral Mass will be Thursday at 10AM. Following Mass, we will follow him to his place of interment at Sunset Memorial Park, Hungarian Section.  Family will receive friends Tuesday 4 to 8 PM at the Ripepi Funeral Home (5762 Pearl Rd. at Snow Rd.) with prayer service at 7PM.   May his soul rest in peace!   In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to St. Emeric Church

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK, especially Mary Nemeth, Bev Kímár, Fred & Irene Glunz, Anna & Janos Padar

THANK YOU TO the Ladies of the Altar Guild for their hard work in baking the delicious Hungarian doughnuts, fánk.

PILGRIMAGE TO CSIKSOMLYO in 2017 from May 31 to June 8.  For more information, please call the rectory.

MIKES KELEMEN BOOK COLLECTION:  In the Sunday office before-after Sunday Mass and Mondays and Fridays before after the school and scout activities.  

DONATION ENVELOPES FOR YEAR 2017 are now ready and are in the Sunday Office.  To help save postage cost, please pick up your envelopes.  Also, please inform us of any name-address changes. Thank you for your help.

BENEFIT DINNER-DANCE in our hall Saturday, February 11, after the 5 p.m. Mass to benefit the reconstruction of a Catholic Hungarian church destroyed by fire in Transylvania, and also for our planned August 19-20 St. Stephen Day Festival here. Come and join us in this festivity with delicious dinner and specially selected dance music!

Dinner menu:  Traditional rich chicken soup, Hungarian style pork sausage and hurka with braised cabbage side, breaded and sesame seeded fried chicken breast, buttered parsley potatoes, and jelly filled puff pastry for dessert. Cost is $35. for adults, students $15 and under 7 free. There will be Raffle.  The Hungarain Scout Folk Ensemble will perform.  Reservations must be made by Monday, February 6, by calling one of the following ladies: Marika Zsula 216-676-5863 or Orsolya Sedenszky 330-963-7035 or  Beodray  Piri 440-356-8985.   All are cordially invited!!!

THE REMOVED POINSETTIAS from the decorations are looking for good homes today. Please help yourself, take.

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