March 26, 2017 Fourth Sunday of Lent

Daily Mass: Mon - Fri: 9am Morning Prayer 8:45am

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Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:153:45pm and during Eucharistic Adoration. Baptism: Celebrated the 3rd Sunday at 1pm. 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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March 26, 2017

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, Lcpl Brenden Amico, Cpl. 3rd Class Christopher Donohue, Justin Whitmarsh, PFC Michael Goddard, Chaplain Tom Whiteman

Saturday, March 25 4pm Talia Ronga Sunday, March 26 9am Mass for the People of St Athanasius 11am Guillermo Rodriguez Monday, March 27 9am Lucille Burokas Tuesday, March 28 9am Mass Wednesday, March 29 9am Enrico Marotta 6:30pm Light is On (Confessions) Thursday, March 30 9am Mass 6:30pm Adoration Friday, March 31 9am Regina Masiello 6:30pm Stations of the Cross Saturday, April 1 9am First Saturday Mass 4pm John Mattivello Sunday, April 2 9am Mass for the People of St Athanasius 11am John Matt

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March 26, 2017

The Seven Last Words

Knowing Jesus Christ

By:Fulton Sheen March 27th Topic Please join Maria Blewitt and Rosemarie DeLacy for three meetings this Lent to discuss Bishop Sheen’s book, The Seven Last Words. The book is available on amazon.com as either a Kindle book or a paperback. We will reflect upon and talk about the first and second words on March 14, the third and fourth words on March 28, and the fifth, sixth and seventh words on April 11. The book is short, so the expected reading preparation time should be manageable. Dates: Tuesdays, March 14, March 28 and April 11 When: 7:00-8:00 pm Where: Parish Center Questions? Please call Maria Blewitt at: (617) 640-0458. Want to let us know you’re coming? Please call the Parish Office at (781) 944-0330.

Review & Discussion Jesus Christ: True God and True Man Because Jesus is God the Son, we believe that He makes it possible for us to live a different life than the world offers. Join Fr. Colarusso to learn more deeply the Catholic Church’s teachings about our Lord. Mondays, 7:00 - 8:30pm, Parish Center

On all Wednesdays of Lent from 6:30-8:00pm, all parishes of the Archdiocese of Boston will be open for Confession. The Archdiocese has set up a site, www.TheLightIsOnForYou.org, to help you prepare. It has info on the Sacrament of Reconciliation, on how to make a good Confession, answers to frequently-asked questions and more. Please plan to come on Lenten Wednesdays and spread the word of this outreach of mercy to those you know.

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Why It Matters Who Jesus Is

March 26, 2017

by Bishop Robert Barron (excerpted from The Pilot)

I have been reading, with both profit and delight, Thomas Joseph White's latest book, The Incarnate Lord: A Thomistic Study in Christology. Fr. White argues that the classical tradition of Christology, with its roots in the texts of Scripture, understood Jesus ontologically, that is to say, in terms of his fundamental being or existential identity; whereas modern and contemporary Christology tends to understand Jesus psychologically or relationally. In the famous scene at Caesarea-Philippi, Jesus turns to his Apostles and asks, "Who do people say that I am?" He doesn't ask what people are saying about his preaching or his miracleworking or his impact on the culture; He asks who they say He is. St. John's Gospel begins with the magnificent assertion: "In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God...and the Word was made flesh and dwelled among us." The ancient councils from Nicea to Chalcedon formulated ever more precise articulations of the being, nature, and person of Jesus, and the most significant theologians of the early centuries tirelessly speculated about these same matters. The ontological speculation regarding Jesus comes to a kind of climax with the meticulously nuanced teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas in the High Middle Ages. This preoccupation with the being of Jesus signals, by the way, a major point of demarcation between Christianity and the other great religions of the world. Buddhists are massively interested in the teaching of the Buddha, but they are more or less indifferent to the ontology of the Buddha; no self-respecting Muslim worries about the existential make-up of Muhammad; and no Jew is preoccupied with the "being" of Moses or Abraham. However, commencing in the eighteenth century with the thought of Friedrich Schleiermacher, Christology took a decisive turn. Attempting to make the claims of the Christian faith more intelligible to a modern audience, Schleiermacher explained the Incarnation in terms of Jesus' relationship to and awareness of God. Armies of theologians adopted a "consciousness Christology" rather than an "ontological Christology." I can testify that my theological training in the seventies and eighties was very much conditioned by this approach. The abandonment of ontological approach has myriad negative consequences, but I will focus on just a couple. First, it effectively turns Jesus into a type of super-saint [who is really in touch with God]. Hence, on this reading, it is not the least bit clear why Jesus is of any greater significance than other religious figures and founders. People will argue so is Confucius, the Buddha, Sufi mystics and Hindu sages, even Socrates, Walt Whitman, and Albert Schweizer. If Jesus “mediates” the divine to you, well and good, but why should you feel any particular obligation to propose him to someone else who is more moved by a saintly person from another religious tradition? Secondly, our personal quest for God and our growth in spiritual “awareness” become paramount, rather than what God has uniquely accomplished and established. When the Church says that Jesus is God, she means that the divine life, through the graceful intervention of God, has become available to the world in an utterly unique manner. She furthermore means that she herself--in her preaching, her formal teaching, in her sacraments, and in her saints--is the privileged vehicle through which this life now flows into human hearts and into the culture. It is easy enough to see that the transition from an ontological Christology to a consciousness Christology has conduced toward all manner of relativism, subjectivism, indifferentism, and the attenuation of evangelical zeal. Much of what Fr. White discusses in his book can seem hopelessly abstract, but he is in fact putting his finger on a shift that has had a huge impact on the current life of the Church. To assist St. Athanasius parish families to support the practice of almsgiving, especially in the Lenten season, we are encouraged to participate in our

LENTEN GOSPEL GIVING FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT: APRIL 1—2 “The dead man came out, bound hand and foot with linen strips, his face wrapped in a cloth.” Collect boxes of disposable diapers sizes 4 2 & 3 4 & 5 for “Catholic Charities”

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March 26, 2017

ST. ATHANASIUS AND ST. AGNES YOUTH MINISTRY BRAD AGOSTINELLI - YOUTH MINISTRY

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• Cor Unum Meal Center ο Our next visits to serve dinner at Cor Unum Meal Center in Lawrence are on Saturdays 3/25, 4/29, and 5/27. These trips are open to ages 13 and up. ο Meet at 3:15pm in the St. Athanasius Parish Center and return around 7 or 8pm. ο PLEASE SIGN UP BRAD ONE WEEK BEFOREHAND. SPACE IS LIMITED. • Good Friday youth service day ο Join us on Good Friday, 4/14 after the Stations of the Cross to help prepare Easter baskets and stuff eggs for children in need and complete other service projects for our parish community. ο Please sign up with Brad by Friday, 4/7 to participate.Ministry. • Music ministry ο Musicians and singers are wanted! Any middle or high schoolers who sing or play an instrument are invited to participate in the Mass choir at St. Athanasius. Please contact Music Director John Donovan for more information: [email protected]

Carl and Elinor D’Angio for a donation of $500.00 in Memory of Palma D’ Angio who was born on and named after Palm Sunday. Your very generous donation will contribute to our Palms for the Parish. Anonymous Donation of 100.00 for 1 month of Altar Candles Anonymous Donation for the Easter “High Altar Candles” of $135.00

Brad Agostinelli Youth Minister St. Athanasius Catholic Church - Archdiocese of Boston Office: 781-944-0330 Cell: 585-200-2831 [email protected] www.stathanasiusreading.org

The Ladies Sodality helps Religious Ed. students make rosaries

Eileen Litterio continued giving tours to the Religious Ed. Students. This time the Saturday students were able to attend.

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March 26, 2017

ST. ANDREW DINNER

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All High School age young men invited

Pastor ………………………………. Reverend Darin V. Colarusso [email protected]

The Vocation Office of the Archdiocese of Boston invites you to join us for an Evening of prayer, food, and conversation. Following evening prayer and dinner, you, your parents or chaperone, and Fr. Colarusso will be welcomed to a casual discussion with Cardinal Seán about vocations, prayer, and the call to holiness that God places on each of our hearts.

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 Laurenza [email protected]

Each young man will have the chance to meet Cardinal Seán.

Coordinator of Religious Ed……………………….. Jo-Ann Rossi [email protected]

APRIL 25, 2017—ST. JOHN SEMINARY, BRIGHTON 6PM-8PM

Music Director..………………………………………..John Donovan [email protected]

Please contact Fr Eric Cadin for more information ([email protected] or 617-746-5947) or call the Fr. Colarusso at the Parish Office to sign up (781-944-0330).

Business Manager……………………………………...Janine Castro [email protected]

Lenten Yard Sale

Youth Ministry……………………………………….Brad Agostinelli [email protected]

Administrative Assistant ……………………….. Luann Barretto [email protected]

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