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Page 2 St. Katharine Drexel Parish Mass Intentions Called to Transformation ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If the Mass is being said for your loved one, and you would like to The readings this Sunday remind us that our presence at take up the Offertory gifts, please tell one of the ushers Eucharist calls us to transformat
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    Page 2 St. Katharine Drexel Parish    Mass ntentions ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   If the Mass is being said for your loved one, and you would like to take up the Offertory gifts, please tell one of the ushers ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   Mon. August 6 ~ The Transfiguration of Our Lord   8:30 a.m.– Communion Service   Tues. August 7 ~ St. Sixtus & Companions & St. Cajetan   8:30 a.m.– Thanksgiving (family)   Wed. August 8 ~ St. Dominic   8:30 a.m. -  Michael Castelli -  birthday (Castelli family)   Thurs. August 9 ~ St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross   8:30 a.m. -   M/M Francis McCaffrey (son Tom)   Fri. August 10 ~ St. Lawrence   8:30 a.m. -  All Souls Sat. August 11 ~ St. Clare   4:00 p.m. -  Dominic Mariani (Pat Dommer)    Angela Velocci (daughters)   Sun. August 12 ~ 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time   10:00 a.m. -  Mary Ann LeBron (Riley family)     Remember to pick up your football tickets after mass. Take them to work, family gatherings, etc. We greatly appreciate your support for “our” parish!   Religious Education Registration The new school year will be upon us soon. While shopping for supplies, don’t forget to register for reli-gious education classes! Information will be available soon.   Called to Transformation   The readings this Sunday remind us that our presence at Eucharist calls us to transformation. Because of the Eucha-rist we cannot be the same person this Sunday as last. Our first reading from Exodus assures us that God is a God of abundance and that God is not indifferent to the needs of the world. Hunger, thirst, oppression, injustice all matter to God. Our Creator, God, creates enough for every-one.   It is in our pursuit for “food that perishes,” (Jn. 6:27) the desire for power over and control of others, the need for the respect of others, the craving for material goods, etc., that leads us to destroy the reputation and lives of other people. These desires give us permission to destroy our earth, and that sanctions “not enough for all.”   Moreover, our quest for fulfilling “deceitful desires” (Eph. 4:23)   inevitably creates vio-lence to our own soul and spirit while obstructing the peace and freedom of “enough.” Pope Francis states “Communion with the Lord is neces-sarily a communion with our fellow brothers and sisters.  And therefore the one who is fed and nourished by the very body and blood of Christ cannot remain unaffected when he sees his brothers (and sisters) suffering want and hun-ger.” As we partake in the Eucharist today we are com-pelled to bring this “food that gives life” (Jn. 6:27) to each encounter God offers us this week, to each news story God puts before us, and to each opportunity God gives us to use our voice to lovingly address the hunger, thirst, oppres-sion and injustice in society.   Saint Paul reminds us that we are to “be renewed in the spirit of your minds, and put on the new self, created in God's way in righteousness and holiness of truth.” (Eph.:24) If you are not transformed by Eucharist today, then our Eu-charist is incomplete. As Pedro Arrupe, whose cause for beatification was recently announced, stated:   “If there is hunger anywhere in the world, then our celebra-tion of the Eucharist is somehow incomplete everywhere in the world …. In the Eucharist we receive Christ hungering in the world. He comes to us, not alone, but with the poor, the oppressed, the starving of the earth. Through Him they are looking to us for help, for justice, for love expressed in action. Therefore we cannot properly receive the Bread of Life unless at the same time we give the bread of life to those in need wherever and whoever they may be.” (Pedro  Arrupe SJ, Servant of God)   Sr. Maryann Mueller, CSSF   Franciscan Action Network Board Member    Peace & Everything Good,   Father Jim   “Then a cloud came, casting a shadow over them; from the cloud came a voice, ‘This is my beloved  Son. Listen to him.” (Mark 9: 7, Lectonary  ) CNS/Nancy Wiechec “I wish to be before You as light as a feather, so that Your breath may carry me where You will.”   St. Katharine Drexel    Sanctuary Lamp...August 11 -  August 17   Bob Riley (Charlotte Lake)      Page 3   August 5, 2018 Minister Schedule for August 11 & 12   Lectors   Sat. 4:00 pm   M. Crapsi   Sun. 10:00 am   B. Delenkitis, J. Estep   Eucharistic Ministers   Sat. 4:00 pm   P. Gardner, C. Sundquist, P. Keyes   Sun. 10:00 am   T. Ferrucci, C. Ferrucci, P. Krotz, B. Schmitt, T. Karg, M. Morcelle, A. Szalay   Ushers   Sat. 4:00 pm   N. Fischer, Ron, F. Marranca   Sun. 10:00 am   F. DiSanto, J. Tapia, L. Tozzo, C. Leo, Greeters   Sat. 4:00 pm   B. Slisz, S Schull   Sun. 10:00 am    Albert, M. Reichmuth, D. Mallory   Servers   Sat. 4:00 pm   Sun. 10:00 am   M. Lovelace, J. Morcelle, B. Morcelle, M. Beeman, M. Morcelle   Caroline Degman   John   Gerovac   Michael Marciniak   Clay    Adams   Evelina Brady   Beth Y.   Stacey H   Marylou Procaccini   Gabriel   Russo   Jodie Sarago   Petrina Schaber     Ann Sciandra   Julianna Siudak   Diane   Campbell   Mary Wolfe   Michael Beardi   Patrick   O’Connor    Louis  Ambrose   Ralph   Koeppel   Bob   Cassal   Mike O’Connor Pearl O. Billy Szalay Jr. Ricky   Wayman   Mary   Sroka   Jerry O   Nancy Urban   Ted L.   Pat V.   Deanna   Shelly    Antoinette Sisti   Jeffrey Pinkert Mary Kohl    Anthony Scarozza   Betty Ryan   Pam   Dorothy   Sojka   Christopher    Brownsey   Richard   Fischer     Adam   Keene   Sister  Anthony   Reichmuth   Donna Siudak   Michael  Antkowiak   Ray & Ellie   Jedrysik   Rosalie   McDivitt   Carol   S.   Rodney   Shepherd   Bob R.   Josephine   Meka   Robert   Stiglmeier    Little Eddie   Kast   Megan   Galenski   Tommy   Campbell   Kim   Carlucci   Chris Reichmuth   Clark F.   Gary Parzy   Sandy K.   Richie B.   Josephine   Stoczynski   Please pray for the sick of our parish especially:  Also please pray for their care - givers, those in Nursing Homes, Rehabilitation, in Assisted Living and for the intentions of those listed in our prayer basket.   If someone you know is being hospitalized or is seriously ill, please inform the Rectory. Please pray for all the recently deceased. May our Lord, Jesus Christ, the Resurrection and the Life, welcome them into the joy of eternal life.     Please pray for our Military Serving Us Sgt. Matthew Keene & Cory Zachrictz   May God Keep Them Safe and bring them home! Minister Schedule for August 18 & 19   Lectors   Sat. 4:00 pm   R. McDivitt   Sun. 10:00 am   D. Scanlon, C. Wojnar    Eucharistic Ministers   Sat. 4:00 pm   K. Morcelle, P. Keyes, C. Sundquist   Sun. 10:00 am   C. Ferrucci, P. Krotz, T. Ferrucci, A. Snyder,   T. Karg, M. Morcelle, A. Szalay   Ushers   Sat. 4:00 pm   Ron, F. Marranca, N. Fischer    Sun. 10:00 am   F. DiSanto, J. Tapia., L. Tozzo, C. Leo, Greeters   Sat. 4:00 pm   B. Slisz, S. Shull   Sun. 10:00 am    Albert, D. Mallory , M. Reichmuth   Servers   Sat. 4:00 pm   Sun. 10:00 am   M. Lovelace, J. Morcelle, B. Morcelle, M. Beeman, M. Morcelle   Mon. August 6   Daniel 7:9 - 10,13 - 14   Psalm 97:1 - 2,5 - 6,9   2 Peter 1:16 - 19   Mark 9:2 - 10   Tues. August 7   Jeremiah 30:1 - 2,12 - 15,18 - 22   Psalm 102:16 - 23,29   Matthew 14:22 - 36   Wed. August 8   Jeremiah 31:1 - 7   (Psalm) Jeremiah 31:10 - 13   Matthew 15:21 - 28   Thurs. August 9   Jeremiah 31:31 - 34   Psalm 51:12 - 15,18 - 19   Matthew 16:13 - 23   Fri. August 10   2 Corinthians 9:6 - 10   Psalm 112:1 - 2,5 - 9   John 12:24 - 26   Sat. August 11   Habakkuk 1:12; 2:4   Psalm 9:8 - 13   Matthew 17:14 - 20   Sun. August 12   1 Kings 19:4 - 8   Psalm 34:2 - 9   Ephesians 4:30;5:2   John 6:41 - 51   READINGS FOR THE WEEK  
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