April 1, 2018 Sunday Mass: Vigil 4:00pm; 9:00am, 11:00am Weekday Mass: 9:00am - Except Wednesday Morning Prayer 8:45am Eucharistic Adoration Thursdays 6:30 - 7:30pm Confessions Available First Saturday Mass: 9:00am

St. Athanasius Church 300 Haverhill St, Reading, 01867 Monday - Friday 9am-4pm www.StAthanasiusReading.org [email protected] Facebook: facebook.com/StAthanasiusReading Twitter: twitter.com/StAsReading

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Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:153:45pm and during Eucharistic Adoration. Baptism: Celebrated the 3rd Sunday at 2pm. Call to register for Baptism Prep. Anointing of the Sick: Notify the office when a person is seriously ill. Extraordinary Ministers are available to bring the Eucharist to the homebound. Marriage: Call at least 6 months in advance of your wedding.

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Please pray for our military and civilians who defend our freedom, especially: The 26th “Yankee” Brigade, and 1st Lts. Ryan & Nolan Johnson, US Army, Patrick Cavanaugh, PFC Christopher Lewis, CPL.Brenden Amico, Justin Whitmarsh, PFC Michael Goddard, Chaplain Tom Whiteman, Brian Basso US. Army, USMC Captain Zachary Johnson,LCPL Dean Lepore

Saturday, Mar 31 9:00am Morning Prayer & Rosary 8:00pm Easter Vigil Sunday, Apr 1 - Easter 9:00am Family Mass followed by egg hunt 11:00am Mass Monday, Apr 2 9:00am Paul Ferrari Memorial Tuesday, Apr 3 9:00am Corazon Dingcong Memorial Thursday, Apr 5 9:00am Rev. Robert Graham Memorial Friday, Apr 6 9:00am Antonia Rosatone Memorial Saturday, Apr 7 9:00am First Saturday Mass 4:00pm Anthony Lombardo & Robert Savio Birthday Memorial Sunday, Apr 8 9:00am Owen Family & Kayla Nitchie Memorial 11:00am Mass for the People

Remember those in need of prayers, especially: Maryann Lucerto, Margaret Sumner, John Cadigan, Pat K & Family, Marie Brown, JDF & Family, Patrick & Brianna, Rick Q, Trudy, Sean T, Dianne, Dina Luongo, Anne B,Katy, Bernadette, Bryan, Guarino Family, Robert D, Richard D, Steve R, Nowicki family, Scott, Trudy, Carla, Patrick M, Matthew, Paula, Marie M, Sheila S, Bob C, Rose, Dom, Daniel, Sandra Cadigan, Lindsey, Matt & Chloe, Margie M, Kelly G, Frank G, Ben Goodhue, Jeff Eble, Peter, James B, John M, Christine M, Sheila D, Richard Rossi, Dottie Dillon, Richard, Andrew, Thomas, Anna W, Mary M, Terry G, Larry Y, Marion M, Phil T, Beth O, Denise S, Martha K, Noreen, Rosemary, Heather, Anne Marie, Barbara G, Tim Ervin and family, Barbara, Daniel, Asher, Brian,Caitlyn, Sue, Jill, Frank Thomas, Ryan Smith, Johnson Family, Elliott Family, Olivia Harper Johnson, Malin Family, Danny, Joan.B, Josephine.S, Bob Curran, David W, Morgan L, Enzo, David, Chip Case, Ed. S, Frank F ,Eddie, Ed .S, Marie M, Stephen O’Neill, Maddy M, Elijah & Family, Joel Rivera , Baby Wally, Diane S , Nancy, Costa Family, David Brey These names will stay in the Prayer Corner until Sunday, May 6th - Call the office or email [email protected] to add or renew a name of your loved ones on the list.

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The Resurrection of the Body Each week, in the Profession of Faith, we recite that final line and statement of truth: “I look forward to the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come.” One time as a boy, I remember wondering if that referred to Jesus, whose Resurrection brings us all together today, or something else referring to us as human beings. It turns out that that memory served me well in a conversation recently that could have started with the opening line: “A Jew, a Baptist, and a Catholic priest walked into a Boston Irish bar one evening…” That was actually the scenario as the Baptist and I compared notes on our respective “ecclesial communions.” The conversation moved in various directions (as often happens with me) and touched on the culmination of history and how we creatures of God participate in it. To which my friend said, “Wait a second, we don’t rise from the dead. Jesus did. We just go to Heaven.” My memory of youth was helpful because this is something we may not absorb from our Catholic experience or catechesis. The part of the Creed that states: “He suffered death and was buried, and rose again on the third day in accordance with the scriptures,” obviously refers to Our Lord and to that first Easter morning. However, that final line refers to us...more precisely, how we share in Christ’s saving work on our behalf. I informed my friend that whether he knew it or not, he believed in the resurrection of the body, too, like all Christians do…or at least he should! I am curious, in fact, to know what his pastor believes as a benchmark for how much of the genuine faith has been lost in modern times. One of our problems as modern Christians is that we tend to look at history as locked in the past: an event or series of events strung together to get us to where we are today. Of course, God, who created time itself and so is outside of and beyond time, just sees all of our history as one moment. More correctly, the Lord is the one driving Salvation History, so these are not mere events, but His work to reconcile a fallen world to Himself. People have so many questions that cause them to doubt God, but those questions are asked from our perspective, not God’s. A better question is: “Why would God let his creation, something which must be important to him or he would not have made it, languish in suffering and death?” The answer is that He doesn’t. A perfect example of how many mistakenly view history differently than God and the Church is seen at the Easter Vigil, when converts have traditionally been baptized into the Faith. The accounts of Noah’s Ark and the parting of the Red Sea are recalled because they foreshadow Baptism (see 1 Peter 3:21). Most people only consider these stories as to how or whether they occurred; others may correctly see their meaning in God’s fidelity to his people; but few know the deeper meaning of those stories as pointing to their fulfillment in Christ and the saving grace of Baptism. No event in history by God is static; they teach us something of who He is eternally, otherwise it wouldn’t have happened! If this is the case with ancient events involving ancient people, it applies infinitely more to the Resurrection of Our Lord, since it happened to He who is God Among Us. St. Paul teaches, “If Christ has not been raised from the dead, our faith is in vain.” In the final analysis, it all boils down to the Resurrection: whether we believe that the tomb was empty that first Easter morning or not. Of course, for God, it’s not that difficult a miracle-- no different than any other action He does in history. However, for us it is everything, because it is not merely an event to recall, but the overcoming and transformation of a fallen world. An event that ripples through all of time showing us how God will not allow his creation to languish and suffer, and how we, too, will share in that transformation. Otherwise, He would not have done it.

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2018 Easter Memorial Plants

In Loving Memory Of…

From…

Louis Adreani & Durante Family Edward Ambrose & Eva & Ellis Porter Amirault, Fowler, & Silver Families James Babineau Michael A. Baltier Barretto, Finocchio & Rubbicco Families Jacqueline, Philip, & Francyne Puopolo Alla & Bastiani Families Eleanor & Tom Farrell Collette & Albert Beckman & Mari O’Sullivan Grande & Beninati Families Gerard O’Brien Robert T. McNaney Bill Brogan, Bill Boyle, & Helen Spear Brogan Family Caiazza, Davidson, & Dee Family Members Our Deceased Family & Friends Bud & Millie Sanders & Howard Cannon Dick, Michael, & Stephen Canty Cassidy & Lyndell Families Jerry Donovan & Vincent Catalogna Michael & Edna Manzelli Salvatore & Josephine Coco Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Greer Wendell Collymore Eleanor & Ralph Colorusso, Katie Enos, Paul Broussard, & Joan McCurley Rita & Arthur McCurley Vuolo & Conrad Family Joseph Dukeman Sr. & Jr. Grace, Thomas & Paul Doug Morello Antonellis & Corbett Families Shirley & Helen Coveney Nana & Nancy Rose & John Craven John Cronin Frank Cummings Harris Curtis & Gerald Maloney Marilyn Tyrrell Victor & Josephine Cusolito

Mrs. Patricia Adreani Ambrose-Porter Family Ms. Kathleen Amirault Mr. & Mrs. James Babineau Mrs. Patricia Baltier Luann & Jim Barretto Your Loving Family Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Bastiani Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beckman Mr. & Mrs. Guy Beninati Lisa, Allison, & Andrea Ms. Mary Bishop Mrs. Rose Brogan Mr. & Mrs. Donald Caiazza Mr. & Mrs. Michael Canavan Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Cannon Their Loving Family Terrence & Patricia Cassidy Mr. & Mrs. John Catalogna Mr. & Mrs. Richard Coco Mr. & Mrs. Gary Collymore Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Colorusso

Mr. & Mrs. James & Dolores Conrad

Mr. & Mrs. John Corbett Mr. William Coveney Mr. & Mrs. Barry Craven Mrs. John Cronin Mrs. Mary Cummings Mr. & Mrs. Harry Curtis Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cusolito 4

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In Loving Memory Of…

From…

Joseph DeLai & Thomas Meaney Delacy, Murray, Ervin, & McNerney Families DelGreco & Caterino Families Edwin & Jackie d’Entremont & Vincent Miraglia Carol & Robert Deroo & Don & Peg Jackson Don & Peg Jackson Max Dluznieski Rev. A. Paul Gallivan, Dr. Jerrold Bernstein Russell Doherty, Sr., Peter William Smith Manuel & Odette Rezendes Peter Doherty Anna & Joseph Casey, Kenneth Morse, & Eli & Mary Doucette, Arthur Doucette, Gaetano & Lucia Angiuoni Ferguson & Macklin Families Ferrari & Parziale Families Feudo & Ventolino Familes Emma Finnegan & Frances Folsom Louis & Dorothea Golini & Evelyn Basso Charles Eardley Mr. George J. Grande Guariglia & Eble Families Richard Hanley Fred, Mary, & Richard Golding Gertrude & Edward Harkins Vito & Mamie Bono, Joseph & Jean Gould James & Catherine McFadyen Joseph & Mary Jean Heithaus Gould & Heithaus Families Jean Hoyt Pat Hurford Helen & Fred Imbriano Phyllis & Herb Hall Charles Scott Dorothy & John Judge & Robert Zappy Julia & Guido Russo Veronica & John Kaper Mary, Lawrence, Philip, & Daniel Kearns Kevin Kelly Pat & Anne Ventola Antoinette Dowd Leo, Lucy & Bob Bertoncini & Clara Scalesse Joe Maggiore & Herlihy & Maggiore Families

Mrs. Noreen Delai Ms. Rosemarie Delacy Mr. & Mrs. Peter DelGreco Mr. & Mrs. Gary d’Entremont Mr. & Mrs. Richard Deroo Mrs. Max Dluznieski Mr. & Mrs. Russell Doherty, Jr.

The Doherty Family Mary Doucette

Paul & Mary Ferguson Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ferrari Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Feudo Mr. & Mrs. Richard Finnegan Mr. & Mrs. Donald Golini Mr. & Mrs. George Grande Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Guariglia, Jr. Barbara Hanley Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Harkins Mr. & Mrs. Paul Heithaus

Mr. Mark Hoyt Mr. Robert Hurford Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Imbriano Mr. & Mrs. Tod Jacobs Mr. & Mrs. Robert Judge Mr. & Mrs. Frank Kaper Ms. Ellen Kearns Mrs. Barbara Kelly Dianne, Robert & Nicole Kendall Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Koury Mr. & Mrs. Douglas MacAllister Mrs. Joseph Maggiore

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In Loving Memory Of…

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George Manzelli Jr., Eileen & Frank McElroy, Charlie Smith & Manzelli & Church Families Marotta & DeGuglielmo Family Kathleen & John Cahill Mary Jane & William McElhiney Joseph McGillicuddy & Peter & Kate McHugh Louise McKenna Richard J. McNeil, Jr. Tassinari, McNeil & Elia Families Lucyna,Wtadystaw, Jadwiga, Miecrystaw, & Janusz Monagle & Guanci Families Our Parents Kevin Joseph Mulvey Lorraine Stella, Nawoichyk & Richard Families Don Neary Ellen Violet Nowicki Marazzo & Nowicki Families Harold & Katherine O’Brien John & Marion Flaherty Mary O’Donnell Larkin & O’Donnell Family Carmella & Arthur Montuori, Daniel O’Rourke, Florence & Bernard O’Rourke, Mary & Daniel Tobin & Dorothy & John DioGuardi Mr. & Mrs. Albert Ottariano Mr. & Mrs. Louis Tosches Eunice Owen, Delia Kearns & Irene Regan Peters & Benjamin Families Pierce & Wobecky Families Armand & Edna Pomerleau Joseph Prew Helen & James J. Reppucci, Jr. David E. Sigsbury & Madeline L. Merrill John , Theresa, & Richard Rizzo Michael Turcketta Bernadette Ryan & Dr. & Mrs. Francis Tanabe Edgar & Nella Robichaud David, Louis, & Nancy Roffi Joseph Ronan & Nora Angelo Jean Francesconi Alfred & Dorothy Santosuosso Anthony & Catherine Lombardo Robert Savio Donald Savage Shea & Erickson Families

Mr. & Mrs. George Manzelli Mrs. Enrico Marotta Mr. & Mrs. William McElhiney, Jr. Mrs. Eileen McGillicuddy Mr. & Mrs. George McKenna Mrs. Gloria McNeil Paulina & Kinga Mierzejewski William & Janet Monagle Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Morrison Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Mulvey Mr. & Mrs. John Nawoichyk Joan, Doug, & Lori Neary Mr. & Mrs. Brian Nowicki Mr. & Mrs. Robert O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Philip O’Donnell O’Rourke Family

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Ottariano Mr. & Mrs. Robert Owen Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Peters Mr. Janet Pierce Donna Pomerleau Prew Family Mr. & Mrs. James Reppucci Marie Rizzo Mr. & Mrs. Philip Robichaud Mrs. David Roffi Mr. & Mrs. Paul Ronan Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Santosuosso Lucille Savio Mr. & Mrs. Peter Seigal Your Loving Family 6

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In Loving Memory Of…

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Bernard R. Silva, Jr. & William Silva Joseph Simard Starr & Emerald Family Diane Espindle Margaret & William Sumner Ellen & Gale Desmond & Percy Winslow Reuben & Irene Surette Tavoletti & Marks Families Tierney & Mulvey Families Mr. Benjamin Terriciano Mrs. Josephine Todisco Mr. & Mrs. B. Terriciano Mr. & Mrs. John Lyman Mrs. Josephine Benvenuti Sally & Harry Butler & Josephine Thomas Leo & Barbara Turenne Ethel & George McLean Peter Doherty & Salvatore Moscariello Mr. & Mrs. Rene Surette James Vatcher Clara J. Walsh

Mrs. Bernard Silva Mrs. Georgette Simard Susan & Jerrold Starr Mrs. Janet Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Neil Sumner Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Surette Mr. & Mrs. Steven Tavoletti Mr. & Mrs. John Tierney Mrs. Carol Terriciano

Mr. & Mrs. Chester Thomas Miss Karen Turenne Mr. & Mrs. Philip Vaccaro Anne & Lorraine Vatcher Mr. & Mrs. David Walsh

EASTER MEMORIAL OFFERING GIFTS TOWARDS EASTER ALTAR PLANTS & SHUT-INS PLANTS From the following Parishioners… Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Amico Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Beaupre Mr. & Mrs. David Comerford Mr. & Mrs. James Cormier Mr. & Mrs. Manoj Damodaran Mr. & Mrs. Don DeHart Mr. & Mrs. Damian Dell’Anno Mr. & Mrs. Mark Doherty Mr. & Mrs. Robert Filipek Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Gousie Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Gray

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis LaCroix Mr. & Mrs. Peter Letourneau Daniel & Mary McNamara Grace Serratore Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Sullivan Mr. Jason Surette Mr. Frank Tran Mr. & Mrs. Richard Trowel Mr. & Mrs. Felipe Vaquerano Mr. & Mrs. Steven Wadzinski Mr. & Mrs. Brian & Susan Wolff

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There does not seem to be much of a connection between Easter and rabbits, chocolate, egg hunts and parades. But as children, these things stood in stark contrast to the long and dark services of Holy Week, and the Lenten fast which we had to observe—especially in school when there was no dessert or candy sold in the cafeteria! It may not be a theological connection, but it certainly was one we experienced as the joy and happiness of Easter replaced the solemnity of Lent. Easter is a time of renewal and hope. Jesus did not die and rise for Himself. He did it for us so that we can share in His victory and in His life forever. One way we can celebrate is practice a little renewal in our own lives. Lent ends, but the results of our sacrifice and penance should remain. If we worked to be more patient, continue to practice patience. If our goal was to pray more often, set the time aside that you need. If the purpose of our Lenten practice was to make us healthier, holier, or happier, don’t stop! We share in the Lord’s victory over sin and death in small ways, conquering our own faults and failings with God’s grace. Keep the momentum of Lent throughout Easter so that the pain and struggle of your sacrifice will bring you the joy of renewal. ~James Gaffney, St. George Publishing

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Walking with Mary A multicultural Marian Procession through the streets of Boston with Cardinal Seán O'Malley, will take place on Saturday, Apr. 7 from 2:00-7:00PM. The program begins and ends at the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help (The Mission Church) in Boston, and includes an address by Cardinal Seán. Confession, adoration, praise, and worship will also be available following the procession. For more information, contact Gail Mattulina at [email protected]

Pastor ………………………………. Reverend Darin V. Colarusso [email protected] Parochial Vicar………………………..Reverend Patrick Armano [email protected] Permanent Deacon………………………….Deacon Neil Sumner [email protected] Permanent Deacon…………..….………… Deacon Matt Baltier [email protected] Administrative Office Manager………………. Kerry Basford [email protected] Director of Religious Ed……………………………….. Jo-Ann Rossi [email protected] Music Director..………………………………………..John Donovan [email protected] Business Manager……………………………………...Janine Castro [email protected] Administrative Assistant ……………………….. Luann Barretto [email protected] Youth Ministry……………………………………….Brad Agostinelli saintasy[email protected] Religious Ed Administrative Assistant …..Michele Barrette [email protected]

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Clergy Health and Retirement Trust: Easter Collection 2018 This Easter, our parish collection will benefit the Clergy Health and Retirement Trust which cares for the needs of our 590 priests. Our priests are always there for us; they share Christ’s good news, perform good works, and build communities of good faith. All are welcome to learn more and make a gift online at clergytrust.org. And don’t forget to find and follow the Trust on Facebook by searching “@ClergyTrust.” Thank you in advance for your prayers and support.

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April 1, 2018 - The Boston Pilot

Apr 1, 2018 - again on the third day in accordance with the scriptures,” obviously refers to Our Lord and to that first Easter morning. However, that final line ... God, it's not that difficult a miracle-- no different than any other action He does in history. However, for us ... Emma Finnegan & Frances Folsom. Mr. & Mrs. Richard ...

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