The Northwest Paullst Center

for Evangelizaon & Reconciliation
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goal women at risk of sexual exploitation to achieve security and stability. collects and repurposes (“upcycles”) donated and fashion accessories, which are disassembled then reassembled into new pieces by participants during “creative co-ops." The women and rene jewelry making skills. Women receive

Seventh Sunday of Easter 4 May 12, 2013
THIS WEEK'S CALENDAR and MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, May 13: Tuesday, May 14: Wednesday, May 15: Thursday, May 16: Friday, May 17: Saturday, May 18:

Sunday, May 19:

8:00 am Mass 8:00 am Mass 8:00 am Mass 8:00 am Mass 12:10 pm Mass 8:00 am Mass 4:00 pm Mass 8:30 am Mass 10:30 am Mass 10:30 am Mass

For For For For

Special Intentions
ne unemployed/under-employed the ill

those undergoing life changes

tMaiy Concharat (A)
Therese Dona Oh For the deceased of our Parish Pentecost Sunday Pentecost Sunday Deaf Community Mass

Chapel Chapel Chapel Chapel Chapel Chapel Church Church Church Chapel

Please

ll out a Mass Intention Form (located in the foyer of the Church) if you would like a Mass celebrated for you, for an anniversary of death, birthday or marriage, or some other special event. You can also call the o‘7ce.
Church cleaning for May 13-19: Jeanne McPherson, Dorothy Bruck, Nancy Salta

PARISH OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 am

- Noon on Mondays

9:00 am Ofce: 503.231.4955 PARISH STAFF
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- 4:00 pm Tuesday through Friday

Pastor, Director of the NW Paulist Center
Fr. Charlie Brunick, CSP, x 117, frcharlie@stphilipneripdx.org

Business Manager
Jeanne McPherson, x 103, jeannem@stphilipneripdx.org

Associate Pastor
Fr. Michael Evernden, CSP, x111, mecsp@mac.com

Receptionist] Bulletin Editor
Star Studonivic, x101, stars@stphilipneripdx.org
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Associate Pastor
Fr. Jim McCauley, CSP,

Receptionist] Administrative Assistant
x 109, jrpaulist@aol.com
Rose Wolfe, x101, r0sew@stphilipneripdx.org

Director of Adult Faith Formation
Barbara Harrison, x107, barbarah@stphilipneripdx.org

Maintenance and Grounds
Edward Danila, edwardd@stphilipneripdx.org

BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS: Deadline (unless otherwise noted) is the MONDAY morning prior to the Sunday Mass as the bulletin is sent to Seattle for printing. Thank you.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES ANNUAL QAMPAIGN

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The Catnelle Cnantles Celleetlen Wi" be taken UP a9aln this weekend after Communion for those who were unable to articipate last weekend.
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Please pray for Sister Dona Van Hoomissen, SNJM, who died on May 2 after a long illness. Her funeral will be on May 14 at Mary's Woods at Marylhurst. Sister Dona is an older sibling of Sister Ida van Hoomissen, SNJM, of this pa;-j5h_

PRAYERS NEEDED:

The tetal Centrlnuted laet Weekend Was $299-25 Yew‘ 9eneF°U5_ denanen ne|P5 Se Vel'Y n'ia_n_Yi t_ne n_°l_'ne|e55i the Working Peer. new arrivals, families in _<In$iS, new parentls, and C|‘ll|ClI‘€ll'l and youth. All of Ihli‘ happens right ere in Port and. The yers, whic contain envelopes, are in your pews.

50"‘ anniversary of Fr. Bruce Brown's ordination of priesthood, parishioners and friends are invited to a Mass and reception on Sunday, May 26, at 3:00 pm, st. John the Baptist Church, 10955 55 25*“ Ave” |v|;|Wau|<ie_

NOTICE: In honor of the

REMINDER‘
Please mark Your Calendar for our end of the Year Centennial‘ LitL"_'9yi_ Wednesdayi MaY 22' 7_pm' 5° fari Frs. Steve Bossi, Rich Colgan, Ted Vierra, Ricky Manalo, Tom Dove, John Hurley and Michael McGarry will be joining Frs. Charlie, Michael, Jim and Jim Kolb for the

The usual second weekend second collection for the Subsidy Support of Children attending parochial schools
Wm be on May 17/18_

REGULAR MONTHLY CALENDAR ITEMS: First Wednesday of the month: B- Catholics, 7:15 in the
Paulist Center

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Next Sunday's Scripture Readings:
Pel1te¢°5t5"ndaY= MaY 19:
Reading 1: Acts 211-11

Third Wednesday of the morrth: Questionable Forum,
7:15 in the Paulist Center

Third Sunday of the month:
Masses.

FABULOUS French Toast

breakfast hosted by t:he Brealfast Club aer

both Sunday

Responsorial Psalm: P55/ms 1041/ 2% 29-30’ 31' 34 Gospel: -70¢” 2_0-'19‘23 Reading 2: First Cor/nth/ans 12.'3—7, 12-13

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PASTORAL COUNC§

The Pastoral Council of St. Phlip Neri Church seeks to live out, in the fullest manner possible, to discipleship. We commit ourselves to respond to the needs of our Parish community, to CO1 the pastoral planning of our Parish, to promote the growth of our brothers and sisters in the l Jesus Christ as members of the Catholic Church, and to promote the Missionary Vision of the Fathers.

Some of the duties are as follows:

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Advise the Pastor on Parish pastoral ministry Meets once a month Participates in various Parish events Involvement in Holy Thursday Service Involvement in Centennial Celebration

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Sen/es for a two year term Works on three-year Parish plan Hospitality at Sunday Masses Parish Picnic planning and paiticipati Sen/e on subcommittees as needed.

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NOMINATE:

SIGNATURE OF PERSON NOMINATED:

T0 ALL NOMINEES:

We w/// need a short biography (Z00-300 words) and a picture ASAP to inc/ude Elections brochure. Electronic submissions are we/come. you do not have a picture, please contact and We wi// ensure one /ls taken. Thank you.

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Seventh Sunday of Easter
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Greetings;
Reflection is a good teacher. Some people use the Jesuit’s ‘Examen’ as a means of daily prayer reflection to look back through their day to see where they were \touehed by Godi or Where they missed an opportunity

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to ‘touch others for God.’ At retreats, we often ‘reflect back’ for certain clues to why we believe as we do or act as we do. Sometimes things jump out at us —answer big questions in our life. And, other times, things remain a puzzle. The important thing iS that we keep |O0king and listening through each puzzle in our life.
Following is a wonderful ‘puzzle’ based on scripture. Located within this ‘little exercise’ are the names of 27 books in the Bible. Each name may span more than one word, or be confined within a larger word. Some are hard to find and some just jump out at you.
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For the past year Jane Joseph and two of her young people have been transporting our Food Pantry items to St. Rita's (102nd & NE Prescott) about every four ve weeks. All it takes is a call to their SVdPaul contact and then she loads up at our Food Pantry and delivers it to St Rrta,S It is a great Corporal Work of Mercy and a

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Yes, there will be some real easy ones to spot, while others will be very difficult to locate. If this causes disagreements among our Visitors, it may require judges to i-"inaiiy settie the matter before a mass exodus

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If anyone would like to make a specic gift towards cQmp|eting the important project, p|ease |et Father Chariie know and/or send your gift to the parish on-ice
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Seventh Sunday of Easter
PA5TQRA|_ CQRNER
Greetings;
Reflection is a good teacher. Some people use the Jesuit’s ‘Examen’ as a means of daily prayer reflection to look back through their day to see where they were ‘touched by God’ or where they missed an opportunity to ‘touch others for God.’ At retreats, we often ‘reflect back’ for certain clues to why we believe as we do or act as we do. Sometimes things jump out at us —answer big questions in our life. And, other times, things remain a puzzle. The important thing is that we keep lO0king and listening through each puzzle in our life.

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the publisher, for it's not often that someone cares for your sister like that.
We"! this eXeroise _is Just about oVer- It Wouid be interesting to ehronieie some of the man_V things that You have been doing Whiie reading Did You eat a banana? Hum a tune? Drop a Den? Rejoice in the i-ord Whiie iioking some ¢andY? i‘ioPetuiiY, You had a_good time and found the names of manY books of the BibieIf V°i-' Want the a"5Wet5"'iL'5t iet me knowDeo Gratiasl Barbara M_ Ha”/50”

Following is a wonderful ‘puzzle’ based on scripture. Located within this ‘little exercise’ are the names of 27 books in the Bible. Each name may span more than one word, or be confined within a larger word. Some are hard to find and some just jump out at you.
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NEED VOLUNTEER
For the past year Jane Joseph and two of her young people have been transporting our Food Pantry items to St. Rita's (102nd & NE Prescott) about every four - ve weeks. All it takes is a call to their SVdPaul contact and then she loads up at our Food Pantry and delivers it to St Rita,s_ It is a great Corporai Work of Mercy and a

A Woridiy speaker once made a few unspmtuai remarks about hidden books of the Bible to be found in a series of short paragraphs. This lulu kept some people looking intensely for facts and more clear revelation. Many listeners were in a jam, especially since the books were

good sharing experience for the young people.
Jane is now moving on so we are looking for someone who will be interested in picking up this ministry starting in June. Please either email barbarah@stphilipneripdx.org or call the Parish ofce and ask for Barbara directly.

not capitalized, but their enthusiasm produced eternal truths that struck large numbers of readers. It seemed like a hard job at first, to look for these hidden books, but it quickly became a most fascinating opportunity.
Yes, there will be some real easy ones to spot, while others will be very difficult to locate. If this causes

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disagreements emehg our visitors, it may require judges to naiiy settie the matter befere a mass exodus from these games occurs. We must admit it usually takes a minute or tWo to nd some, and others might take several minutes. This Often prQCiL|Ce$ iQUCi lamentations from at least one or two readers.
Jane Was duiok at finding book names- She breWs her Cetfee and then places ClO|'lUtS On the table, SO She can eat and search at the same time. Her older brother Joe is a Draetioai Joker, a mimie ahead of his time Who thinks lOOki|’ig for DOOK l'ialTl€S iS 1200 difCU|1I, but he iS very wrong, for any old hag gains a level of expertise in just reading these short paragrehh5_
Joe lets his personality get in the way. He lived in Johnstown for a few years but moved to York after he tripped over a hose, and broke his leg falling into the flower bed. When he tried to learn to play the banjo, "Nah, I'll never get it," was his reply. So, Joe left the
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For the past year or so, the Altar Society and the Parish Breakfast haVe been raising funds fer the

re-ooring of can/iin i'iaiiThe Project will cost $10,656. We still need funds. We began Werk Week and need to pay the ba|anCe Owing Within the hext two Weeks

If anyone would like to make a specic gift towards comp|eting the important project, p|ease |et Father Cheriie knew and/er send your gift to the parish ofce ASAP with a notation in the Memo section of your check saying “Cart/[in F|OOr Project"
Thank you to everyone who has already contributed for making donations towards this important project in Carviih Heii for 5t_ phiiip Neri Pari5|—i_

HOLY COMMUNION
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big City and came back hOme' Meanwhile, Jane was dating a guy named Gene who likes to share his talents. Gene's is the personality that more people should have, because he writes poems, essays, proverbs, and adventure stories for her. Love is strong between them. Her younger brother Jud, examines and proofs this literature before it is sent to

D0 you tak.e Holy Fonimumon to a parishitiner on a regu ar b asis w h o is ei the r homebo u nd or in a caregiving facility? It is time for us to update our records in an effort to make sure that anyone who is homebound or in a caregiving facility receives Communion at least
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monthly, if not weekly. If you are visiting someone, or you know of someone who would like Communion taken to them, please let us know. Please contact the ofce with your information.