S AINT C HARLES B ORROMEO C ATHOLIC C HURCH

4001 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804 407.293.9556 FAX 407.293.9213 www.stcharlesorlando.org

“Making Disciples … One By One”

PENTECOST SUNDAY ~ June 12, 2011

MASS SCHEDULE Saturday Vigil 5:00 pm Sunday 7:30 9:00 11:00 am and 12:45 pm (Spanish) MondayMondayFriday 9:00 am

SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO CATHOLIC CHURCH MASSES: Saturday Vigil 5:00 pm
Sunday 7:30, 9:00, 11:00 am and 12:45 pm (Spanish) Monday— DAILY MASS: Monday—Friday 9:00 am 9:30— CONFESSIONS: Friday 9:30—10:00 am; 3:45— Saturday 3:45—4:45 pm; month— 1st Sunday of month—12:30 pm

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
And when he has said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit.” Viens, Esprit, Saint, Ven Espiritus Santo Komm, Heiliger, Geist Spirito Vieni Santo Come, Holy Spirit Veni, Sancte Spiritus, Fiery Spirit of Love Come, O Father of the Poor. Come, Warmth in a Land of Chill. Come, Comforter of Us All, breathe your life into our dead bones. Inflame our hearts with knowledge, wisdom, understanding, courage and send us out to the whole earth. Let your fire smoldering in us ignite all on our path.
http://www.liturgy.slu.edu/index_sunday.html

ADORATION OF BLESSED SACRAMENT:
am— Noon Fridays 9:30 am—12 Noon Monday7:45— ROSARY: Monday-Friday 7:45—8:45 am

READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday Friday: Saturday: Sunday: 2 Cor 6:1-10; Mt 5:38-42 2 Cor 8:1-9; Mt 5:43-48 2 Cor 9:6-11; Mt 6:1-6,16-18 2 Cor 11:1-11; Mt 6:7-15 2 Cor 11:18,21-30; Mt 6:19-23 2 Cor 12:1-10; Mt 6:24-34 Ex 34:4b-6,8-9; 2 Cor 13:11-13; Jn 3:16-18

REFLECTING THROUGH THE W EEK
I experience the Spirit within me prompting me to forgive when... The Spirit has unleashed in me… Others experience this Pentecost when… The Spirit removes these fears… opens these doors...strengthens these relationships…
—from Living Liturgy 2011

SAINT FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Anthony of Padua, priest, doctor of the Church Anthony of Padua or Anthony of Lisbon (born Fernando Martins de Bulhões; c. 1195 – 13 June 1231) was a Portuguese Catholic priest of the Franciscan Order. Though he died in Padua, Italy, he was born to a wealthy family in Lisbon, Portugal, which is where he lived most of his life. Noted by his contemporaries for his forceful preaching and expert knowledge of scripture, he was recognized as a saint almost immediately after his death and proclaimed a Doctor of the Church in 1946.

BLESSINGS IN A BOTTLE REMINDER!
Over 100 bottles have not yet been returned. Bottles not returned must be replaced. If you haven’t returned your baby bottle—with OR WITHOUT a donation for JMJ Life Center— please drop it at the parish office right away. Sponsored by St. Charles Council of Catholic Women

PRAYING FOR ALL IN HARM’S WAY
Timothy Geitner - Eddie Dawson Brian Norris - Roberto Rodriguez Paul Perez - Dakota Grant Diaz Patrick Holt - Samuel Padilla Brian E Garrett - Ruben A. Lebron Jared deFoor - Sam Fernandez Zachary Graham - Casey Desormier Melanie Hooper - Fabio A. Perez AJ Sipp - Jonathan Volkerson

WE JOYFULLY WELCOME
Estefany Lizneth Gutierrez Elby Oscar Gutierrez
Baptized into Christ last Sunday!

May you have a safe and restful summer.
If you will be traveling, be sure to check out www.masstimes.org to find a church along the your route! Bring back new ideas by visiting other Catholic Churches!

Do you have a family member serving in the military at this time? Please call the office, 407-293-9556 or e-mail srmarie@cfl.rr.com

Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!

PENTECOST SUNDAY

June 12, 2011

MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday, June 11 5:00 pm Terry Hopper Sunday, June 12 7:30 am Jim and Freda Vincent 9:00 am St. Charles Parishioners 11:00 am Bill Demetree 12:45 pm Maximino Rivera, Jr. Monday, June 13 9:00 am Deacon Paul Volkerson 2nd Anniversary of Ordination Tuesday, June 14 9:00 am Dr. John Lehrer and Family Wednesday, June 15 9:00 am L/ Dr. AJ Lehrer and Family Thursday, June 16 9:00 am John Kelly Friday, June 17 9:00 am Holy Souls in Purgatory Saturday, June 18 5:00 pm All Fathers... Sunday, June 19 Living 7:30 am and 9:00 am Deceased 11:00 am 12:45 pm

FROM OUR PASTOR
The traditional name of Pentecost in England is “Whitsunday”, often shortened to “Whitsun”, which is a reference to the ancient practice of baptizing adults at Pentecost and to the white garments that the newly baptized would wear. The importance of the Feast was emphasized by the fact that the next day, called Whit Monday, was a public holiday right up to 1971 when the moveable holiday based on the Christian calendar was replace by a fixed public holiday on the last Monday of May, something like our Memorial Day. It was also a day for Christians of all denominations to witness to their faith, in imitation of the apostles who went out to preach after receiving the Holy Spirit. The tradition was particularly strong in the industrial North West of England where workers would use their day off from the cotton mills and coal mines to process through the streets of their towns behind the banners of their Anglican, Methodist, Baptist or Congregational churches. Choirs and brass bands would provide music. It was a particular honor for the best of the Sunday school (catechism) students to join the procession, and the girls would be given a new dress and the boys new trousers for the occasion; in fact in those poor working families it would often be the only time in the year when children would get new clothes. The custom was at its strongest through the first 50 years of the twentieth century, and in the earliest years Catholics were excluded. The “Whit walks” were very much a witness to the strength of Protestantism in England. However, some families in the North West had always remained Catholic and Irish immigrants came in to work in the industries, so in big cities like Manchester the Catholics organized their own processions of witness on the Friday of Whit week. Here is an account from a local Catholic historian, Paul Malpas, recalling the 1950’s: “I have great recollection of the Whit Friday Walks, it was the highlight of the Catholic year, this was the biggest expression of faith our beleaguered religion allowed us. We, the Catholics, had Whit Friday, whilst the Protestants who had been celebrating this feast longer, had Whit Monday. All the parishioners involved would congregate at their parish churches early in the morning of Whit Friday and walk in procession to Albert Square (in the center of Manchester). The excitement as the hour approached, with the noise of the various bands warming up, was something else. Each parish always had one band, some had two. There were brass bands, pipe bands from the Irish parishes, fife and drum bands, all guaranteed to make you stand proud. The bishop set off first with the high ranking clergy of the diocese, wearing top hats, bowlers and sashes. The Bishop’s party set the pace for all the parishes with the vibrant hymn Faith of our Fathers being bellowed out by everyone; last out was St. Michael’s with its large contingent of Italians and 20 or 30 men carrying a massive statue of the Madonna on a large dais surrounded by thousands of lilies”. Such customs have almost died out these days and I know that the 1950’s must seem like ancient history to the young people of our congregation. Yet the message of Pentecost does not change: we have the Holy Spirit within us to give us courage and make us all living witnesses to our faith in Jesus Christ.

PARISH EVENTS
Monday, June 13 7:00 pm Parish Life Commission(CR) Wednesday, June 14 7:30 pm AA (UR) Friday, June 17 9:30 am Adoration until Noon (C) 8:00 pm BLD (UR) Saturday, June 18 7:00 pm Spanish Prayer Group (BGH)

IN THE COMMUNITY ROOM (C) – Church (CR) – Community Room (SH) – Social Hall (SC) – School Classroom (UR) – Upper Room (BGH) – Bishop Grady Hall (PLR) – Parish Living Room

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HOW DO I BECOME A CATHOLIC?
♦ Are you interested in learning more

about the Catholic faith? ♦ Would you like to become a Catholic? ♦ Do you know someone who may be interested?
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) is a process of conversion and initiation in the Catholic Church as adults (anyone seven years of age or older) journey together in faith and share experiences while discerning God’s call. If interested in participating, please call the office. We will be happy to assist you on your journey.

DO YOU HAVE A CHILD, SEVEN YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER, WHO HAS NOT YET BEEN BAPTIZED CATHOLIC?
Once a child reaches the “age of reason” (seven), the child is brought into the Church just as an adult is—through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. Following this process of preparation which lasts about a year, the child is fully initiated into the Church at the Easter Vigil through the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and First Communion. In order to have a child baptized Catholic, at least one parent must be Catholic. If you are considering having your child—age 7 or older—become Catholic, or if you have any questions, please contact Sister Marie at the parish office, 407.293.9556 ext. 121.

Administrator Fr. Augustine Clark, Parochial Administrator Father Álvaro Jiménez P A Deacon Paul Volkerson R Deacon José Naveo I Deacon Grzegorz Podolowski S Sr. Marie Skebe, OP, Faith Formation H Finance Mr. Jonathan Toole, Operations and Finance Mr. Hugh Bowen, Music Director S T Mrs. Earlene Mohr, Ministries Coordinator A Mrs. Debby Gallagher, Receptionist F Mr. Angel Rivera, Maintenance F Mrs. Dorothy Parker, Facilities Mr. Raul Garcia, Facilities

OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday, 7:30am-3:30pm MARRIAGE PREPARATION: Please contact the Church Office to schedule a meeting with Father Augustine. You need to allow six months for the preparation process and it would help us if you could obtain new baptism certificates before the meeting. We can also help with the convalidation (blessing) of a civil marriage and sometimes with the annulment of a previous marriage as long as the civil divorce is complete.

SUPPORT J.A.M. RECYCLE ANY PAPER
(except yellow pages phone books) Place newspapers, magazines, office paper — any paper EXCEPT yellow pages phone books — in the red and green bin at the north end of the parking lot.
Members of J.A.M., together with chaperones, will be participating in a Catholic HEART Workcamp in Charlotte North Carolina which runs from July 3rd thru 9th. RECYCLE funds help pay their way to camp where they will “share the love of Jesus and serve the neglected, brokenhearted and marginalized in any way needed. The mission of the Catholic HEART Workcamp is to revitalize communities and beautify homes for the elderly, disabled and those who cannot afford needed repairs. Our goal is to inspire participants to serve in their local communities.” (from Catholic HEART Workcamp Mission Statement)

BAPTISM PREPARATION is offered to parents and
godparents and is required prior to scheduling a baptism. Please register for the class by calling Deacon Paul Volkerson at the Parish Office (407.293.9556 extension 110). Classes take place on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm.

Next Class: July 12 CLASES PARA LA PREPARACIÓN DE BAUTIZOS Para clases de preparacion para Bautismo, en espanol , comunicarse directamente con el padre Alvaro despues de la Misa del Domingo. Brother’s Keeper Resale Store
4353 Edgewater Drive, Suite 800, Orl, 32804 Mrs. Barbara Acosta, Manager 407.849.0735 am— M-F, 9:30 am—4:00 pm (Wed ‘til 6) am— 2nd and 3rd Saturdays of the month, 10 am—2 pm am— pm Food Pantry ~ M—F, 9:30 am—12:30 pm

SAVE THE DATE! JOIN BISHOP NOONAN FOR THE ANNUAL CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION ON JUNE 26
Bishop John Noonan invites you to the Diocese of Orlando’s Corpus Christi procession on June 26, the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. Join Catholics from across the Diocese of Orlando to publicly express our belief in Jesus Christ, truly present in the Blessed Sacrament. Bishop Noonan will lead the procession in downtown Orlando at approximately 6:15 p.m. (after the 5:00 p.m. Mass) outside of St. James Cathedral.

Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic School
4005 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804 Mrs. Mary Agnew, Principal 407.293.7691 Visit our website at www.stcharles-orlando.org

Morning Star School
954 Leigh Avenue, Orlando, FL 32804 Dr. Kathryn Harding, Principal 407.295.3077

Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!

PENTECOST SUNDAY

June 12, 2011

Join us for fellowship and good food!

50 PLUS CLUB

Dear St. Charles Families, Thank you so much for the Mass and Reception you held for me last weekend. It was lovely! So many of you have touched my life during these last nine years… being part of this parish has been a real gift to me. I want to thank all of the ladies in the CCW for baking the cupcakes; the School Board and staff members for setting up the Social Hall; and, Katie Gierok for helping to organize the special wrought iron Bulldog cross which will decorate the exterior of the school. It is a replica of the one in the Social Hall. What an honor! Thanks to Suzanne Friou and Mary Anne Patchett for the lovely floral centerpieces. Thanks to Lynn Callahan, Rebecca Mates, Mary Beth Hale, Diana Miller and Geri Flak for the refreshments…and everyone else who had a hand in the evening. Last, but not least, I am especially grateful to Fr. Tom Barrett who believed in me and to Fr. Augustine Clark whose trust and guidance has been constant and unwavering. I want you to know that I have loved being the Principal of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School. I was welcomed by this community nine years ago and have come to love my St. Charles family. We have had shared great joys and great sorrows during the nine years. We have had times to celebrate and times to grieve. We have shared life together and I can tell you that I am very grateful that you have been such an important part of my life. I am so thankful that God put me here! Forever a St. Charles Bulldog, Mary Agnew Principal

Luncheon
TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2011 11:30AM AT OLIVE GARDEN
(17-92 ACROSS FROM WINTER PARK VILLAGE)

407-295RESERVATIONS: MARY ANNE JONES 407-295-2453 407-293OR RITA HENRY 407-293-4181

THANKS FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND SUPPORT THIS YEAR! GOD’S BLESSING AND SAFE SUMMER

IS YOUR CHILD REGISTERED FOR

TOTALLY CATHOLIC SUMMER CAMP
(aka “Vacation Bible School”)

20June 20-24 at St. Charles 6:306:30-8:30pm
FOR CHILDREN ENTERING K-6TH GRADE 2011-12 REGISTRATION FORM AVAILABLE
IN CHURCH ON THE TABLE OUTSIDE THE USHERS’ ROOM ONLINE AT WWW.STCHARLESORLANDO.ORG IN THE CHURCH OFFICE
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FOR MORE INFO CONTACT CARRIE BUSBEE
(407) 290-2733 / carriebusbee@bellsouth.net

EASTER FLOWERS ON SALE!
One of the joys of this Eastertide has been the wonderful display of flowers in church. Many thanks to those who made donations for flowers and to Duane Carlson who chose them and has continued to care for them. The orchids have lasted throughout the fifty days and we would like them to go to good homes. We are offering the plants at half the price they would normally cost. There are roughly 150 plants that need good homes. ♦ 60 orchids at $10 each ♦ 54 smaller palms at $10 each ♦ 6 white bird of paradise palms at $50 each ♦ 24 ferns -- $5 each

They will be on sale beginning Saturday morning, June 11th.
Funds will be used to provide flowers for the altar during Ordinary Time. Any questions contact Duane at 407-902-3899.

SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO CATHOLIC CHURCH
Compassionate Lord, we pray for those who have been devastated by recent natural disasters. We remember those who have lost their lives so suddenly. We hold in our hearts the families forever changed by grief and loss. Bring them consolation and comfort. Surround them with our prayers for strength. Bless those who have survived and heal their memories of trauma and devastation. May they have the courage to face the long road of rebuilding ahead. We ask this in Jesus' name, Amen. Response: Comfort your people, O God. For those who have lost their lives For those who have been injured For those who have lost their homes For rescue workers and emergency personnel For all those involved in recovery and rebuilding the community

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Don’t Let Your Marriage

Break Your Heart! RETROUVAILLE can help rediscover what you once had. This Diocese-sponsored program can help restore communication, trust and hope in your marriage. If you feel frustrated, hurt and angry with each other; if you feel trapped by frequent conflict and don't know where to turn; please know that thousands of couples have been helped. Even if you are separated or divorced—or are thinking about it—please call and give yourselves another chance. You and your relationship deserve it. 8The next program begins July 8-10, 2011 at San Pedro Center in Winter Park. Let us reserve a place for you. For more information or registration call 977(407) 977-8136. All calls are strictly confidential. If you know a couple in a hurting marriage, tell them about this program and give the entire family the priceless gift of love. RETROUVAILLE welcomes all married couples in struggling relationships who want to save their marriages. And we welcome you to check our website at retrouvaille.org retrouvaille.org. RETROUVAILLE...A LIFELINE

“THE EARTH IS THE LORD’S” CARING FOR CREATION: AN INTERFAITH DIALOGUE
The earth is a unique and beautiful creation. It is our home. Come join us for a continuing discussion of how our congregations in the Central Florida community may be more responsible stewards. Dialogue will take place on Wednesday June 15 at the Congregation of Reform 12pmJudaism (928 Malone Drive, Orlando, FL 32810) from 12pm-1:30pm. Our guest speaker will be Rabbi Lawrence Troster from Green Faith. RSVP to eclayton@orlandodiocese.org

World Refugee Day 2011
June 17th

Harry P. Leu Gardens / Camellia Room
920 North Forest Avenue, Orlando, Fl

6:00 pm‐9:30 pm Hosted by Catholic Charities Immigration and Refugee Services Office 6pm: Wine and Cheese Reception 7pm: Welcome 7:15pm Interfaith Prayer Service 8pm: Lost Boys of the Sudan film $5 suggested donation for direct service to refugees RSVP to eclayton@orlandodiocese.org; 407-246-4819.

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT! St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School Our Odyssey of the Mind Team returned safely and placed 11th in the world!

FAMILIES MINISTERING TO FAMILIES
Those left behind when a family member is incarcerated are just as affected as the inmate themselves. “Out mates” need not be isolated by this experience. Families reaching out to each other can help ease the pain. We offer each other information and support. If you’d like to be in contact with others in this situation, please join us

Brother’s Keeper WISH LIST

Items Needed: Soap - Deodorant Cereal - Oatmeal Pasta - Soup

St. Mary Magdalens’ Annex Room #14 Saturday morning, June 18th at 8:45am
(Immediately following the 8am Mass) Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be available. For further information please contact Jean or Jack Canatsey: (407)695-6818 or (407)463-5780. E-mail fmforlando@gmail

Place items in the large basket in the baptistery. THANK YOU for supporting this very important parish ministry.

Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!
SAN PEDRO CENTER PROGRAM DRINKING FROM THE WELL OF COMPASSION: A RETREAT DAY for CAREGIVERS Saturday, JUNE 18, 9:00 am—4:00 pm Cost: $40 (includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch) Led by: Mike Caroline, Hospice of the Comforter Care giving is rooted in compassion. We dip into the well of compassion to care for others. We also find replenishment for ourselves, as we drink from that same well. This retreat day will give those who are caring for others the opportunity to renew and refresh mind, body and spirit and explore aspects of grief, fatigue and resiliency. Time for rest, reflection and dialogue with other caregivers. MUST REGISTER BY JUNE 13. online: www.sanpedrocenter.org phone: 407-671-6322

PENTECOST SUNDAY

June 12, 2011

STEWARDSHIP SACRIFICIAL GIVING
Sunday, June 5, 2011 Envelopes: ............................... 353 TOTAL ....................... 13,631.84 Parish Tithe................... $1,363.18 BMCHS ........................... $97.00 Bishop Grady Villas ......... $237.00 St. Charles School ............. $99.00 Catholic Communications ..... $2.00 Peter’s Pence ...................... $2.00 Father’s Day ..................... $22.00 Ascension ...................... $851.00

PRAY FOR...
our young people and their parents who have begun the journey towards Confirmation.

Coming to San Pedro… NEW WINE IN OLD WINESKINS A RETREAT DAY FOR MINISTERS SATURDAY, JULY 30, 2011 9:30 am - 3:00 pm For all those in parish/diocesan ministries Details/ Register www.sanpedrocenter.org

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ REMINDER: DISCOUNT DEADLINE JUNE 15! HAVE YOU RETURNED ALL YOUR FORMS?