Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday 0 June 9, 2013
THIS WEEK'S CALENDAR and MASS INTENTIONS
Sunday, June 9:
Monday, June 10: Tuesday, June 11: Wednesday, June 12: Thursday, June 13: Friday, June 14: Saturday, June 15:
Sunday, June 16:
8:30 am Mass 10:30 am Mass 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 Special Intentions tDorothy Swarzbeck For the ill tBrian Morgan tLawrence Moad (B) tFor the Deceased of our Parish tRobert Sal Navarra
Therese Dona Oh tAnnette & Delno Antrosio Sarah Amato For Single Parents Deaf Community Mass
Church Church Chapel Chapel Chapel Chapel Chapel Chapel Church Church Church Chapel
Please ll out a Mass Intention Form (located in the foyer of the Church) 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 ofce. Church cleaning for June 10-16: Bill Dietzler and Mary Gablesberger PARISH OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 am — Noon on Mondays Q 9:00 am 4:00 pm Tuesday through
Office: 503.231.4955 PARISH STAFF
Pastor, Director of the NW Paulist Center
Fr. Charlie Brunick, CSP, x 117, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fr. Michael Evernden, CSP, x111, email@example.com
Receptionist] Bulletin Editor
Jeanne McPherson, x 103, firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Adult Faith Formation
Fr. Jim McCauley, CSP, x 109, email@example.com
Maintenance and Grounds
Star Studonlvic, x101, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rose Wolfe, X101, email@example.com
Barbara Harrison, x107, firstname.lastname@example.org
Edward Danila, email@example.com
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.
REGULAR MONTHLY CALENDAR ITEMS:
SUMMER BREAKFAST COOKS NEEDED:
The regular team for the monthly Parlsh Breakfasts will be taking a break during the Summer months — June through August. We thank them for their tireless work in helping build our Parish community and in raising funds for various projects. The parents and families of Religious Education and Catholic school children rose to the occasion last year to ll the gen ehd We will be esklhg them to help egelh thls Yeah l‘l°We\/er We also Welebme the l'lelP bl any parishioner in this important ministry of community building and fund raising. If you can help, please contact Barbara Harrison at the Parish Ofces.
First Wednesday of the month:
B- Catholics, 7:15 in the
month‘ Questlonable Forum’
Third Sunday of the month:
EXcl5PTI°l‘l= J""e 23 f°|' bl'eel<fe5t l" J""eSecond and Fourth Sunday: Lee and James Xiong will be offering seasonal flowers and vegetables in front of the church after each Ma55_
FABULOUS French Toast breakfast hosted by the Breakfast Club after beth 5'-lhelay
4 dust mops/Swiers
and buffers for
new hall. We have a beautiful new oor and want to ensure it lasts for many years. We are also still in need of a commercial vacuum.
FRENCH -|-QAST BREAKFAST SQHEDULE:
Summer 5c|~,edu|e; June 23, ]u|y 21 and August Good food and good company.
Next Sunday's Scripture Readings: ' ' , 11 sundaym ordmary-nme'June16' 2013
Congratulations to Dominic Colpo as he graduates from St. Agatha’s school this month. He received a scholarship to continue at DeLaSalle. Blessings on you
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Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday 0 June 9, 2013
PRE-SCHOOL and CHILDREN'S LITURGY of the WORD PROGRAMS:
In this Sunday's Readings, we hear two stories about widows whose dead sons are restored to life. In the first Reading--- the prophet Elijah is the avenue of life. In the Gospel stoiy, it is Jesus who restores a life. These miracles have far reaching consequences and in \ k rt _, r t rea my the Women are a so brought bac to I e Immediately we can see that two mothers regain their sons whom they were sure were taken by death. But In ancient Palestine and more is going on here. Garrree___Where these Stortes take praCe___WOmeh
commonly did not exist as legal ‘entities.’ They ‘owned’ property and had teear rights, ohry through therr mare
relatives just as their fathers, then their husbands and lastly through their male children. A widow who lost her only son often had no rights to herself, definitely eeu|e| hot vote, ehd eOu|t| hot sue to herd eh to her
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We thank the parents for brregmg and shermg Veer children. Because of your faith---these children are
reernmg ebeut the love or God‘ Aedmwe thank the From you, we are learning to see God all
The Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life, better known in in Noithwest as SEEL, is a retreat which helps us develop a deeper relationship with God, enhances our prayer’ and invites us to come to know Jesus in an intimate Wat/_ Participants gather Once a month for nine
Widows in SitUatiOr\ were often left to the mercy of their neighborhoods and ‘friends.’ And scripture tells US mehY or them had to resort to Prostitution to surViVeSo---not only were two sons raised from the dead but ‘life’ was given back to their mothers. Great miracles rheeedt Ohee aearh they Weuid have reear rights, a
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source of income, and they still had their standing in
The crowds in both of these stories recognized the ‘power of God’ in their midst. The question we ask ourselves is-----do we take time each day to recognize the ‘miracles’ in our own lives? How does God ‘restore’
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Developing an Effective Interfaith Message in Support ef Feed Justice, Feed Seveterehty ahd Safety 7:00
p.m. - 8:30/9:00 p.m. at the Multnomah Friends Meetinghouse, 4312 S.E. Stark Street, Portland, Oregon 97215. Presented by the Oregon Faith Roundtable Against Hunger with Janet Byrd and Alison McIntosh of
In the new Catholic Sentinel, available after Masses June 8 and 9, read what a prominent churchman has to say about Oregon's assisted suicide law. Look into the mlhistry or 3 Freholsoeh Who serves People Who are poor and mentally ill downtown. See previews of World Youth DeY ih Brazil ehd Arohhishop Alexanders uooomlhg trilo to reoeiV_e e sigh or his _shePherd's ministiy from Pope Francis. Read the archbishops rst impressions after his travels around western Oregon and learn about Catholic-Jewish relationships, the Ordthetteh of deeeehe and e busy food hank th
"'er9r‘r’9r“°°“' Partnerships and . Caroline Keuy or Interraeh Feed and Farm Parrnershrpe Hunger is eh extremeh, ierge and eomptex prehtem and there is not one solution. To be effective, we must hreek down the prOh|em of hunger thte mehy issues, many of which require a partnership with and trust in the government to make progress in solving and resetvthg these tseuee
Questlohs? Email OFRAH Porttahd Metro CohVehersWhy You Want to Attend: No individual or nation stands alone. Working for the "common good" means that we are all in this together and no one should have benefits to the detriment of others. Nearly one out of every two children in Oregon is poor or low - income. One in four lives in poverty. As Pope Paul VI taught, "If you want peace, work for justice."
ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE:
Our Lady of Sorrows Annual Rummage Sale, June 21 and 22 from 9-4. Held in the O.L.S. gym, 5203 S.E. Woodstock Blvd.