April 20, 2014 Easter Sunday Daily Mass: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 9am Morning Prayer 8:45am Saturday Vigil: 4pm Lord’s Day Sunday: 9am & 11am Eucharistic Adoration: 7pm 1st and 3rd Thursdays First Saturday Mass: 9am

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Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:153:45pm or by appointment. Baptism: Celebrated the 3rd Sunday at 1pm. Call to register for the Baptism Prep held on the 2nd Sunday. 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:

Saturday, April 19 8:30pm Easter Vigil Sunday, April 20 8am Mass 10am Family Mass 12pm Mass Monday, April 21 9am Frederick Resca Memorial Mass Tuesday, April 22 9am Mildred Hoell Thursday, April 24 9am Mass Friday, April 25 9am Jennifer Winman Saturday, April 26 4pm Mass for the People of St. Athanasius Sunday, April 27 9am Eunice & Robert Owen 11am Richard J. McNeil Jr. Birthday Memorial

The 26th “Yankee” Brigade, and Paul D, 1st Lt. Nolan Johnson, US Army, and Patrick Cavanaugh

Remember those in need of prayers, especially: Brian, John Cadigan, Christine Chase, Christopher, Phyllis Costa, Andrew D, Richard D, Robert D, Thomas D, Carol Digiantommaso, Ashley F, Ann Marie K, Martha K, Ann Kelly, Ken, Chris Lewis, Maryann Lucerto, Cathy Moran, Bryan Murray, Marion Murray, Shirley N, Mary O, Stephanie Lombardo-Saulnier, Scott, Timmy, William, Anna Windels, Larry Yetman, Eddie, Dan Halliday, Christine Ganser, Allan Ganser, Linda Pratt, Erin, Phil T, Brian O., Joe D., Frances Dudley, John Campagna, Michael Curren, Kathy Oliveira, Stephen O’Neill, The Haines Family, Ray LaMonica, Richard M., Pat P., Ginny G., Bob M., Frank Kaper, Linda Kirk, Patty Bemis, Margaret Sumner, Richard Rossi, Sophie, Brian O., Denise These names will stay in the Prayer Corner until Sunday, May 4. Call the office or email [email protected] to add or renew your

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20 SUN Acts 10:34a, 37-43/Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b8/Jn 20:1-9 or Mt 28:1-10 21 Mon Acts 2:14, 22-33/Mt 28:8-15 22 Tue Acts 2:36-41/Jn 20:11-18 23 Wed Acts 3:1-10/Lk 24:13-35 24 Thu Acts 3:11-26/Lk 24:35-48 25 Fri Acts 4:1-12/Jn 21:1-14 26 Sat Acts 4:13-21/Mk 16:9-15 27 SUN Acts 2:42-47/1 Pt 1:3-9/Jn 20:19-31

Sunday, Apr 20

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Thursday, Apr 24

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Mass Attendance: 688 Offertory Collection: $7519

April donation suggestions: Shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shaving cream, razors, deodorant

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Big decisions are never easy to make. They take serious consideration and the courage to accept the consequences of what is chosen. The drama of Holy week and Easter required many people to make a decision for or against Jesus. On the first Palm Sunday Martha, Mary, and Lazarus (whom the Lord resurrected from the rot of the grave) gratefully cared for Jesus before his final journey to Jerusalem. Judas response to their lavish anointing is to duplicitously complain about the expense, even though he would betray the Lord of Life for far less, leading St. Thomas Aquinas to comment: “Frequently the servants of Satan disguise themselves as servants of righteousness.” The Gospel continues with this shocking description: “And the chief priests plotted to kill Lazarus too, because many were turning away and believing in Jesus because of him.” On Good Friday Pilate must choose for Truth or political expediency. Human frailty, also, haunts the Apostles in their decision to follow the Lord, even after they try and fail time and again to do what is right. Finally, On Easter morning, Mary Magdalene and the Apostles—in fact, every disciple from that day until today—must decide for him or herself the meaning of the empty tomb. Big decisions about our direction in life are not easy to make, particularly today. A friend of mine who taught at a local college once explained that to merely disagree with a colleague in a faculty meeting was viewed not as the process of reasoned discourse or even the search for a solution to a problem, but as an insult. It is ironic that in this day where each individual is expected to make his or her own truth, it is heresy to claim to have found the Truth. Pope Francis recently described this attitude as the “Tyranny of small mindedness…that steals our freedom to choose” the culturally uncomfortable position that Jesus is God among us. Not one more philosopher or founder of a worthy movement, but God the Son who died and rose to reconcile us with the Father and open to us Eternal Life with Him. The empty tomb requires us to choose. After all tombs are not meant to be empty, otherwise that whole pyramid thing would prove to be a colossal waste of time! We must seriously choose for or against the claims of Jesus; for or against the possibility of letting go of our sins; for or against the gift of Eternal Life. As Pope Benedict XVI once taught: “God exists; this is the real message of Easter. Anyone who even begins to grasp what this means also knows what it means to be redeemed.” May God bless you and your family with a Happy Easter today and for all the days to come!

From The Cardinal’s Office Effective May 1, 2014, Father Patrick Armano has been appointed part-time Parochial Vicar at St. Athanasius. He will also be serving as part-time Parochial Vicar at St. Paul Parish in Cambridge. I pray that he will render fine priestly service to the people of God at Saint Athanasius. 3

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In Loving Memory Of: Louis Adreani Deceased Members Ambrose & Porter Families Fowler, Silva & Amirault Family Sam & Sally Cardello Michael A. Baltier John Barretto, Florence Finocchio & Rubbicco Families Jane Barry Bastiani & Alla Family Beckman & Garrell Family Grande & Beninati Families Gerard O’Brien Bill Brogan, Spear & Brogan Family Norm & Millie Sanders Dick, Michael & Stephen Canty Deceased Members Cassidy & Lyndell Families Edith Cedrone, Anthony Fantasia, & Anna Costa Phyllis Greer The McCurley & Colorusso Families & Katie Enos John Austin Corbett Mary Collins & Nancy Scott & Graven Families John Cronin Martin & Mae Cronin & Helen Spear Diane Carol Croce & Robert James Croce Frank Cummings Gerald Maloney & Harris Curtis Victor & Josephine Cusolito & Marilyn Tyrrell Edwin J. d’Entremont, Jr., Jacqueline M. d’Entremont, Catherine Comeau & Norman, Stephen & Peter Gagnon Crosslin, d’Entremont & Mehigan Families DeLacy, Murray, & McNerney Families Joseph DeLai The Caterino & DelGreco Families Carol Deroo, Donald Jackson & Margaret Jackson Peter Doherty Odette & Manuel Rezendes, Russell Doherty, Sr., Dr. Jerold Bernstein, & Rev. A. Paul Gallivan Arthur Doucette, Gaetano & Lucia Angiuoni & Anna & Joseph Casey Marjorie Duggan & Helen Driscoll Feudo Family Carmine & Maria Parziale, Maurice & Mamie Ferrari & Connie & Neil Restani Hickey & Finn Families & Marguerite Hickey David E. Finnegan & David L. Finnegan Eddie & Elaine Caffarella and David & Barbara Gibbons Mr. & Mrs. George A. Whittier & Mr. & Mrs. Frank Goddard George J. Grande Guariglia & Eble Families Fred, Mary & Richard Golding & Gertrude & Edward Harkins Mildred Hoell Venditti & Horvath Families Jean Hoyt Pat Hurford Helen Imbriano, Fred Imbriano, Phyllis Hall & Herb Hall Charles Scott 4

From: Mrs. Patricia Adreani Ambrose-Porter Family Ms. Kathleen Amirault Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Baltier Mrs. Patricia Baltier Luann & Jim Barretto Mr. Francis Barry Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Bastiani Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beckman Sophie & Guy Beninati Lisa, Allison & Andrea Mrs. Rose Brogan Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Cannon Their Loving Family Terrence & Patricia Cassidy Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Cedrone Mr. & Mrs. Gary Collymore Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Colorusso Mr. & Mrs. John Corbett Mr. & Mrs. Barry Craven Mr. & Mrs. David Craven Betty Cronin Mr. & Mrs. Richard Crosby Ms. Evelyn Croce Mrs. Francis Cummings Mr. & Mrs. Harry Curtis Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cusolito Mr. & Mrs. Gary d’Entremont Mr. & Mrs. William d’Entremont Mrs. Rosemarie DeLacy Mrs. Noreen Delai Mr. & Mrs Peter DelGreco Mr. & Mrs. Richard Deroo The Doherty & Gallugi Families Mr. & Mrs. Russell Doherty, Jr. Mary Doucette Mr. & Mrs. Neal Driscoll Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Feudo Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ferrari Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Finn Mr. & Mrs. Richard Finnegan Bob & Helen Gibbons Mr. & Mrs. Frank Goddard, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George Grande Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Guariglia, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Harkins Mr. John C. Hoell Mr. & Mrs. Allen Horvath Mr. Mark Hoyt Mr. Robert Hurford Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Imbriano Mr. & Mrs. Tod Jacobs

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In Loving Memory Of: Julia & Guido Russo & Veronica & John Kaper Mary H. Kearns, Lawrence M. Kearns, Philip J. Kearns & Daniel F. Kearns Kevin Kelly Pasquale & Anne Ventola Leo, Lucy & Bob Bertoncini Clara Scalesse & Dianne MacKay Joseph Maggiore George Manzelli, Jr., Charlie Smith Caroline & Anthony Manzelli, Catherine & Michael Church & Tom Church Enrico Emilio, Sr., Josephine Amobile & Eda Marotta Jeanne S. Martin Joseph McGillicuddy & Peter & Kate McHugh Richard J. McNeil, Jr. & Tassinari & Elia Families Vincent Miraglia & Geraldine Mattie Monagle & Guanci Families Bourque & Morrison Families Simonelli & Moscariello Families Don & Donnie Neary Richard Nelson & Fred Nelson Violet Kraft, Angelina Marazzo, & Joseph Nowicki Harold & Katherine O’Brien & John & Marion Flaherty Arthur & Carmella Montuori, Bernard & Florence O’Rourke, Daniel O’Rourke, John & Dorothy DioGuardi & Mary & Daniel Tobin Don & Alice Hanaberch Pauline Pedi & James Keenan Madeline DeAntonos Catherine & Daniel Benjamin, Josie & John Peters Pierce & Wobecky Families Anthony J. Lopez Dorothy DeRosa The Pomerleau & Cyr Families Margaret F. Port Joseph Prew John & Theresa Rizzo Dr. & Mrs. Francis Tanabe Mr. Rudolph Robichaud, Mr. Edgar Robichaud Joseph Ronan & Nora Angelo Jeannine C. Ryan Anthony & Catherine Lombardo, Robert Savio Carmella Barletta Shea & Erickson Families William J. Silva, Sr. Joseph E. Simard Benjamin Terriciano & Josephine Todisco Mr. & Mrs. John Lyman, Mr. & Mrs. Ben Terriciano Sally D. Butler, Harry M. Butler & Josephine Thomas Our Deceased Family Members Muriel Timmins, Nellie Venuti & Leo Venuti Geo & Ethel McLean Rene & Emma Surette James Vatcher

From: Mr. & Mrs. Frank Kaper Ms. Ellen Kearns Mrs. Barbara Kelly Dianne, Robert & Nicole Kendall Mr. & Mrs. Douglas MacAllister The Maggiore Family Mr. & Mrs. George Manzelli

Mrs. Enrico Marotta Mr. Eugene E. Martin Mrs. Eileen McGillicuddy Mrs. Gloria McNeil Maureen Miraglia William & Janet Monagle Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Morrison Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Moscariello Joan, Doug & Lori Mrs. Delia Nelson Mr. & Mrs. Brian Nowicki Mr. & Mrs. Robert O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Thomas O’Rourke

Mr. & Mrs. David O’Sullivan Mr. S. Paul Pedi Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Perry Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Peters Mrs. Janet Pierce Carol & Ron Plotkin Priscilla Poehler Mrs. Edna A. Pomerleau Mr. & Mrs. Donald Port Mrs. Rita Prew Marie Rizzo Mr. & Mrs. Philip Robichaud Mr. & Mrs. Paul Ronan Mr. Thomas Ryan Mrs. Lucille Savio Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Scozzari Mr. & Mrs. John Shea Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Silva, Jr. Mrs. Georgette Simard Mrs. Carol Terriciano

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Mr. & Mrs. Chester Thomas Mr. & Mrs. John Tierney Paul & Ann Marie Timmins The Turenne Family Ann & Lorraine Mrs. Lorraine Vatcher

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EASTER MEMORIAL OFFERING GIFTS TOWARDS EASTER ALTAR PLANTS & SHUT-INS PLANTS From the following Parishoners Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Amico Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Ronal Beaupre Mr. & Mrs. Richard Coco Mr. Anthony DeAntonis Mr. & Mrs. Robert Filipek Mr. & Mrs. Peter Letourneau Mr. & Mrs. Richard Margeson Mr. & Mrs. George McKenna Mr. & Mrs. Robert Owen Mr. & Mrs. Steven Sliwoski Megan & Shawn Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Steven Tavoletti Mr. & Mrs. David Walsh Mr. & Mrs. William LeBlanc

Mr. & Mrs. George Barry Mr. & Mrs. Michael Canavan Mr. & Mrs. James Cormier Mr. & Mrs. Don Dehart Joanne Janvrin Mr. & Mrs. Charles Maguire Daniel & Mary McNamara Mrs. Edward Merullo Mr. & Mrs. Steven Percy Mr. & Mrs. William Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Surette Mr. & Mrs. Richard Trowel Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Zager

UPCOMING MASSES AND EVENTS May 11th--Mother’s Day. Our First Communion kids will be Crowning the Blessed Virgin Mary during the Family Mass. The day is sponsored by the Ladies Sodality. May 31st—Baccalaureate Mass. The 4:00 Mass will be dedicated to our parish’s graduating high school seniors. Fr. Dan Hennessey from the Vocation Office will be presiding especially for us that weekend. June 14th—St Athanasius will hold its first annual Wine Tasting Fundraiser. June 28th—Volunteer Appreciation Dinner in gratitude for any and all parishioners who have dedicated their time and service to making St Athanasius the great community of faith that it is. June 30th- July 3rd—Vacation Bible School.

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Bringing Christ’s Presence to the Frontlines A native of Brookline, Fr. Arthur “Art” Calter grew up as the youngest of five children. Following the example of his two older brothers who became priests, Fr. Calter entered St. John’s Seminary in 1951. Upon his ordination, Fr. Calter poured himself into ministry at parishes in Marlborough, Salem, Needham, and Braintree. With the war in Vietnam gaining momentum, Fr. Calter was struck that so many young men in his parishes were being drafted. Moved by the desire to bring the presence of Christ to the trenches, Fr. Calter became a Chaplain in the U.S. Army. He served two tours of duty embedded with infantrymen and marines in the jungle where he would celebrate up to twelve Masses in one day. Fr. Calter’s time in Vietnam prepared him for a different kind of battle back at home—his next assignment in South Boston where he served as pastor of St. Augustine Parish during the height of the busing crisis. In a career spanning more than five decades, Fr. Calter has been a pastor at five parishes and has worked with thousands of families and individuals. He currently resides at Regina Cleri, a retirement home for senior priests in Boston, where 53 residents represent 1.2 million days of priesthood. At the Easter collection, please consider a generous gift in honor of Fr. Calter and the 638 priests of our Archdiocese who bring the presence of Christ to all who seek His compassion and care. To watch a short video featuring Fr. Calter, and to learn more about the priests who faithfully serve us each day, please visit our website: www.clergyfunds.org. Thank you for your generous support of Fr. Calter and all our priests through the Clergy Health and Retirement Trust.

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