November 12, 2017 Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time 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

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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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Please pray for our military and civilians who defend our freedom, especially:

Saturday, Nov 11 4:00pm Mass for the People -Mass or Rembrance Sunday, Nov 12 9:00am Anna Follo Memorial 11:00am Albert Lombardo Memorial Monday, Nov 13 9:00am Vienna & Christopher DeSalvo Memorial Tuesday, Nov 14 9:00am Phil Chaplain Memorial Thursday, Nov 16 9:00am Frank Murphy Memorial 6:30pm Adoration Friday, Nov 17 9:00am Mary Ann McDermott Memorial Saturday, Nov 18 4:00pm Jean Hoyt Birthday Memorial Sunday, Nov 19 9:00am Helen Rickley Birthday Memorial 11:00am Jeannine Ryan Memorial

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

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,Katy, Bernadette, Bryan, Guarino Family, Robert, Richard, Steve R, Nowicki family, Scott, Trudy, Carla, Patrick M, Matthew, Paula, Marie M, Sheila S, Bob C, Rose, Dom, Daniel, Paige Goulet, 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, Dorothea Golini, Richard, Andrew, Thomas, Anna W, Mary M, Terry G,Larry Yetman, Marion,Phil T,Beth O, Denise, Martha K,Anne Marie, Barbara G, Tim Ervin and family, Barbara, Daniel, Asher,Brian,Caitlyn,Sue, Jill, Frank Thomas, Ryan Smith, Johnson Family,Elliott Family,Beth Munn Griffin, Bill Griffin & famly, Danny,Joan.B,Josephine.S,Bob Curran, David W, Morgan L, Enzo David,Josie B,Dan Daley,Chip Case, Ed. S, Frank. F ,Eddie, Guy.F

SPECIAL INTENTIONS: Altar Flowers in Memory of: Leonard Tamasi

M EETINGS & E VENTS Nov 11

Nov 12 Nov 13 Nov 15 Nov 17 Nov 18

Mass of Remembrance 4:00 Mass Bottles & Cans 8:00 -11:00 NO REL ED CLASSES VETERANS DAY Rel Ed Gr7 9:55- 10:55 Rel Ed Gr8 12:00-2:00 Middle School Rel Ed 7:00pm Penance Service (all Invited) NO REL ED CLASSES Christmas Faire 5:00-9:00 Grade 2 Penance Service 9:00 am Christmas Faire 10:00-2:00 NO REL ED CLASSES Youth Ministry trip to 3:15-7:30 Cor Unum Meal Center

These names will stay in the Prayer Corner until Sunday, Nov 8th- Call the office or email [email protected] to add or renew a name of your loved ones on the list.

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CS Lewis Explains Why We Honor Veteran by Donald R. McClarey (http://the-american-catholic.com/)

Sometimes simple questions can help illuminate great truths. Why do we honor veterans? Veterans Day was originally Armistice Day and was observed to recall the ending of that conflict on November 11, 1918 and to honor the American veterans who served in it. After World War II, veterans of World War I, many of whom had sons who served in World War II, spearheaded a move to change the name to Veterans Day to honor all veterans. Legislation changing the name of the holiday was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Eisenhower on May 26, 1954. All well and good, but why do we set this day aside to honor those who have served in the military? One veteran of World War I, CS Lewis, perhaps can help us understand why we honor veterans. Lewis served on the Western Front as a Second Lieutenant in 1917-1918 until he was wounded on April 15, 1918. Lewis, the future Oxford Don, was an unlikely soldier and he wrote about his experiences in the War with humorous self-deprecation. However, he had immense respect for those he served with, especially the enlisted men under his command, for their good humor and courage under the most appalling circumstances. His war experiences had a vast impact on Lewis, as can be seen in his fictional work The Screwtape Letters, where Lewis writes about war. In the fifth letter Screwtape, an experienced demon who knows well how to tempt humans into sin, admonishes a junior demon and trainee named Wormword not to allow the sight of human suffering, particularly in war, to lead him to believe that dangerous and difficult circumstances make his task any easier. The “Enemy” spoken of in these quotes is for a demon, of course, God. In war we may hope for a good deal of cruelty and unchastity. But, if we are not careful, we shall see thousands turning in this tribulation to the Enemy, while tens of thousands who do not go so far as that will nevertheless have their attention diverted from themselves to values and causes which they believe to be higher than the self. Most of us dread death. Members of the military in war time have to set aside their fear for causes greater than themselves. It brings to the fore that very precious virtue known as courage. We have made men proud of most vices, but not of cowardice. Whenever we have almost succeeded in doing so, the Enemy permits a calamity and at once courage becomes so obviously lovely and important even in human eyes that all our work is undone, and there is still at least one vice of which they feel genuine shame. In peace we can make many of them ignore good and evil entirely; in danger, the issue is forced upon them in a guise to which even we cannot blind them. This, indeed, is probably one of the Enemy’s motives for creating a dangerous world—a world in which moral issues really come to the point. He sees as well as you do that courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point, which means, at the point of highest reality. A chastity or honesty, or mercy, which yields to danger will be chaste or honest or merciful only on conditions. Pilate was merciful till it became risky. We honor veterans because for a time they risked, or potentially risked, their lives for us. Not all veterans, of course, are heroes. That’s old news for most veterans, and most veterans who serve never see combat, but the potential risk was always there during their service. Consequently, all veterans at that point in their life personified the virtue of courage: the ability of we mere mortals to rise above our fears and terrors. That always deserves to be honored.

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November 12, 2017

COMMUNITY NEWS Fun For Everyone at the Faire If you’ve never been to our parish Christmas Faire, come visit us, you won’t be disappointed. There are plenty of fun activities for all ages. Treasures are waiting to be found at the always popular White Elephant Room. Also, gently used and brand new jewelry are at great prices in Jewelry Treasures. The New England Country & Crafts Store will have an array of homemade candy, jams, cookbooks, hostess gifts, plus hand made gift and decorating ideas for the Christmas season. Look for one-of-a-kind handmade knit and crochet items for that special one-of-a-kind gift. Kids will be equally thrilled to find a gently used toy or brand new toy at the North Pole Toy Shoppe. The popular crafts and games for children will be back. And new this year, we have a Lego Creation Station. Build your own Lego creation to take home! Also new this year we will be accepting all major credit cards!! and as always cash and check are welcome. “Selfie with Santa”! Santa will be taking a break from his busy schedule at the North Pole and visiting the Faire on Saturday, Nov, 18 fat 10:15 am. Don’t forget to bring your camera to take a picture with Santa! Our popular clam chowder will be back—come early as it sells out fast. A new batch of clam chowder will be made for Saturday too. Come enjoy all our great food and homemade baked goods as you shop for great bargains and beautiful gifts. If you like games of chance take a chance on our Gift Baskets and Cash Prize Raffle—first prize is $500. There is something for everyone! The Christmas Faire has been a strong standing tradition for the St. Athanasius community for over 25 years. The Faire has grown over the years and now covers two buildings and has 13 areas offering everything from shopping to eating to playing. Monies raised over the year’s has gone toward parish work and outreach and to build fellowship and community. And any left over items at the end of the Faire are donated to charities such as Mission of Deeds and Good Will Doors open to the Parish Center this Friday (Nov 17) 4:30 pm for early bird ticket holders. Early bird is $10. And doors are open free to the public, including the Parish Hall, at 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm. Saturday (Nov 18) the Faire is from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Visit the Parish website for more information!

Christmas Faire Raffle Tickets Christmas Faire Raffle tickets will now be available after all the masses thru November 16. If a table is not set up outside after mass, ticket sheets can be picked up at the table in the back of church along with a return addressed envelope. You can return your filled out tickets and money in the return envelope at your convenience by either mailing it to the church office, putting in the box in the back of church mark “Faire Raffle Tickets”, or dropping off at the church office. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Grand Prize is $500, Second Prize is $250, and Third Prize is $100. Drawing will be held on Saturday, November 18 at 2:00 p.m. during the Christmas Faire. You need not be present to win.

The Café: The Lunch Area is asking for help with donations of cases of water (16.9 oz size bottles only) and cases of specifically Coke, Diet Coke and Sprite. Donations can be put in the back of church after all masses during the month of November. Donations are being accepted thru Wednesday, Nov 15th.

Ornament Tree: A popular, fun, idea introduced last year. Faire goers can take a chance on picking an ornament that will guarantee to include a minimum $5 prize. Donations of gift cards for your favorite places (restaurants, icecream shops, nail salons, grocery stores, or other stores) ranging from $5 to $10 will be graciously accepted to decorate our tree. A “Ornament Raffle” box will be placed in the back of church for these donations.

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THANKSGIVING DAY BLESSINGS with those who need some help to partake in the celebration. St. Athanasius Parish is joining with the North Shore Catholic Charities and the Reading Food Pantry by collecting and donating FOOD MARKET gift cards to help those in need. Though ANY donation will be thankfully accepted, denominations of $10.00 and $20.00 will aid the distribution to both needy individuals and families.

YOUTH MINISTRY COR UNUM MEAL CENTER Our next visit to serve dinner at Cor Unum Meal Center in Lawrence are 11/18, 12/16 These trips are open to ages 13 and up. We will meet at 3:15pm in the St. Athanasius Parish Center and return to Reading around 7:30 or 8pm. PLEASE RSVP TO BRAD ONE WEEK BEFOREHAND. Cell: 585-200-2831 Office: 781-944-0330

Please place gift cards in the blue & white plastic “PICNIC COOLER” on the collection table at the back of the church or bring them to the 6:30pm Thanksgiving Mass on Tues Nov 21st.

LADIES SODALITY

Ladies Sodality will be meeting SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18th @ 8:00am IN THE CHURCH.

THANK YOU for your generosity !

PLEASE NOTE LOCATION CHANGE PLEASE CONSIDER JOINING US FOR AN HOUR OF SERVICE AND PRAYER

STICHERS CORNER AT THE FAIRE The faire is almost here ! The stichers corner (knit Table) has new, handmade, knitted, crocheted items just in time for your Christmas Shopping.

Coffee Hour Please Consider Hosting !! We are always in need of hosts A nice way to relax with friends from our parish.

Know sizes if Possible - all hats will have sizes in inches on them; most sweaters are children's sizes - sizes will be in chest measurements on the tags ( age is not) Donations in past years, from crafters in the parish have been wonderful & greatly appreciated . Any donations can be left in the Parish Center in Rm 108 from Nov 13th - Nov 15th.

Contact Sophie at 781-944-9085

or sign up in the Parish Center for DEC & JAN

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LOCAL YOUNG ADULT EVENT: JESUS aCROSS the Border 17 November, 2017 St. Joseph the Worker Shrine in Lowell, MA 7:30 PM - 11 PM

Pastor ………………………………. Reverend Darin V. Colarusso [email protected] Parochial Vicar………………………..Reverend Patrick Armano [email protected]

Join JESUS aCROSS the Border, the umbrella organization which unites over 17 different young adult Catholic groups, for our monthly event! Our evening begins at 7:30 PM with Eucharist Adoration and Praise & Worship lead by Mike McDuffee. Fr. Von DeRosia joins us again as the main Mass celebrant at 9 PM and following Mass we will have a pizza social. This is a fantastic opportunity for young adults to find a community of like-minded people and be introduced to the many local, Catholic young adult groups from the area!

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]

Please email Billy Beauchesne at [email protected] or visit our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/ JESUSaCROSStheBorder for more information.

Business Manager……………………………………...Janine Castro [email protected] Administrative Assistant ……………………….. Luann Barretto [email protected] Youth Ministry……………………………………….Brad Agostinelli [email protected]

Intentional Discipleship: Moving from Maintenance to Mission This conference is on Saturday, November 18 at Fontbonne Academy from 9AM – 3 PM and focuses on evangelization and discipleship tools and resources. The day features keynote speakers Sean Bryan, the “Papal Ninja” from the TV series, American Ninja Warrior; and Bobby Vidal, Director of Evangelization and Lay Formation at St. Katerina Tekakwitha parish in Santa Clarita, CA. All interested in learning more about forming disciples are encouraged to attend. Lunch is included in the $25.00 conference fee; register at disciplesinmission.com/conference.

Religious Ed Administrative Assistant …..Michele Barrette [email protected] Submissions for our bulletin are by Monday 9am [email protected]

For more information, call Margaret Wakelee at 617-746 -5746.

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Nov 5, 2017 - Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:15-. 3:45pm 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. Extraordi

March 12, 2017 - The Boston Pilot
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November 20, 2016 - The Boston Pilot
Nov 20, 2016 - Confessions Available. First Saturday Mass: 9am. St. Athanasius Church. 300 Haverhill St, Reading, 01867. Monday - Friday 9am-4pm www.StAthanasiusReading.org. [email protected] Facebook: facebook.com/StAthanasiusReading. Twi

November 20, 2016 - The Boston Pilot
Nov 20, 2016 - Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:15-. 3:45pm 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. Extraord

June 12, 2016 - The Boston Pilot
Jun 12, 2016 - www.StAthanasiusReading.org. [email protected] Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/. StAthanasiusReading. Twitter: twitter.com/StAsReading. Phone: 781-944-0330. Fax: 781-944-1266. Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:15-. 3:45pm and du

May 14, 2017 - The Boston Pilot
May 14, 2017 - Facebook: facebook.com/StAthanasiusReading ... These names will stay in the Prayer Corner until. Sunday, June .... teens to work at the tables to help sell for 30 minutes after each Mass. .... For Advertising call 617-779-3771.

April 23, 2017 - The Boston Pilot
Apr 23, 2017 - [email protected] Facebook: facebook.com/StAthanasiusReading ..... For Advertising call 617-779-3771. Pilot Bulletins.

July 9, 2017 - The Boston Pilot
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