November 19, 2017 Thirty-third 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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Please pray for our military and civilians who defend our freedom, especially:

Saturday, Nov 18 4:00pm Jean Hoyt Birthday Memorial Sunday, Nov 19 9:00am Helen Rickley Birthday Memorial 11:00am Jeannine Ryan Memorial Monday, Nov 20 9:00am Dorothea Golini Memorial Tuesday, Nov 21 9:00am Guy Grande & Louise and Anthony Cavaretta Memorial Thursday, Nov 23 9:00am Mass for the Nation Adoration cancelled this evening Friday, Nov 24 9:00am Evelynn Brodowski Memorial Saturday, Nov 25 4:00pm Mass for the People Sunday, Nov 26 9:00am Thomas Murray & Richard Delacy Memorial 11:00am Luigi Mauro 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

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November 19, 2017

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COR UNUM MEAL CENTER Our next visit to serve dinner at Cor Unum Meal Center in Lawrence are 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.

Thanksgiving Family Mass

Cell: 585-200-2831 Office: 781-944-0330

Tues Nov 21st 6:30pm St. Athanasius Parish will be collecting Food Market Gift cards to help individuals and families in need. We are joining with North Shore Catholic Charities and the Reading Food Pantry all denominations are graciously accepted at this mass.

FAMILY MASSES Our next Family Masse at St. Athanasius is 11/21 Tuesday evening, at 6:30 pm . we seek teens and youth to help with the Mass by serving as lectors for the readings, bringing up the gifts, and assisting with the offering collection. Please sign up with Brad Cell: 585-200-2831 Office: 781-944-0330

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THANK YOU for your generosity !

We invite anyone in grades 6-12 to our Youth Night Christmas Party on Sat, Dec 16th in the Parish Center from 7-9pm. We will be making gingerbread houses and Christmas cards for local nursing homes. There will be appetizers, desserts, games and a movie. Please RSVP to Brad cell:585-200-2831 Office 781-9440330 by Friday Dec 8th.

OUR THANKFUL TURKEYS !! Our 1st Grade Religious Ed Classes made turkeys to display all that they are Thankful for !!

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

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November 19, 2017

THE NEW EVANGELIZATION AND THE NONES FATHER ROGER J. LANDRY (Reprinted from the Pilot and abridged)

This year the Erasmus Lecture was given by Bishop Robert Barron, auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles, creator of the Catholicism Series, founder of Word on Fire ministries, and the country's leading Catholic evangelist. He spoke about the transmission of the Gospel at a time in which one quarter of the country, and one half of Catholics under 30, self-identify as "nones." The 25 percent who claim no religious affiliation is growing much faster than converts. I'd like to comment on a few of Bishop Barron’s several suggestions on how to effectively respond to this crisis.

The first is evangelizing through the beauty of our faith, since today the transmission of what is true and good is far more challenging due to the prevailing relativism of our culture. The Church, Bishop Barron said, has much to offer in this regard, from the great Cathedrals, composers, painters, sculptors and writers. What he didn't state, but what we all know, is that the rise of the nones has coincided with a choice on the part of many in the Church toward “uglification” in the name of creativity: bland, asymmetrical Churches that often are downright hideous; cartoonish missalette covers; saccharine music more fit for smoky lounges than God’s liturgy; unisex stick-figures instead of manly crucifixes; and the general loss of the basic art of rhetoric in our pulpits.

In 1985, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict XVI, said: "The only really effective apologia for Christianity comes down to two arguments, namely the saints the Church has produced and the art which has grown in her womb." The genuine encounter with God generates beauty, both moral and aesthetic, which becomes the living proof of faith. Beauty attracts us toward love and truth, eventually helping us to discover the God who is Love and Truth.

The second thing that Bishop Barron said we must urgently do is "stop dumbing down the faith." After the Second Vatican Council, he argued, "a debilitating anti-intellectualism came to hold sway in the Church, at least in the west," and this has been a "a pastoral disaster, significantly contributing to the mass exodus of two generations from the Church," because a "childish, intellectually shallow religion simply cannot stand in the face of the trials of life and the questions of a skeptical mind." He's absolutely right. We dumbed down our catechetical textbooks so that some series are little more than coloring and comic books that assuage the emotions rather than solidly form the mind and heart. Clergy dumb down their homilies both in time as well as in content out of the mistaken assumption that people cannot handle more than 8-12 minutes of back-patting encouragement. We've dumbed down the moral challenge of living the Gospel to both young and old alike, seldom hearing about the hard teachings with regard to the Cross, sexual morality, forgiving our enemies, spreading the faith, and loving God with all our mind, heart, soul and strength.

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Bishop Barron observed that justly recovering the necessary intellectual side of passing on the faith will involve a "new apologetics" that focuses on who God is as Being himself who holds us in being, not just one being among many, which is many people’s false notion of God. We need to explain the proper interpretation of the Bible, responding to those who try to debunk its relevance; we need to know how to defend God's goodness and providence in the face of evil, which is always the most powerful challenge to belief in a good, all-powerful Deity; and we must be able to speak to the proper link between religion and science, in an age of scientism that often teaches the young that if we can't know something via the scientific method, it doesn't exist. The bishop is not trying merely to summon a few superstar Catholic intellects to get to work, but encourage all of us know our faith better, especially in those areas where it is most challenged. We are happily living at a time of unprecedented resources available to Catholic young people and adults to grow in their understanding of the faith and their capacity to pass it on, but we cannot bury those gifts. The third thing I'll mention that Bishop Barron emphasized is that we must engage in radical witness: "Especially in light of the sex abuse scandals of recent years and the emergence of an aggressive new atheism, the recovery of a radical form of the Christian life is essential to the task of evangelization. We must regain our moral and spiritual credibility." It undermines evangelization all the more when Christians don't even know or try to live the commandments, pretending as if keeping holy the Lord's day, not killing the unborn or seniors, not lying, stealing, coveting or engaging in sexual immorality, were merely optional parts of the Faith. Perhaps the Faith is subverted most when Catholics proclaim that God is real, that he listens to us in prayer, that he comes to feed us with himself on the altar, that he forgives us our sins in the Sacrament of Reconciliation, that he joins a man and a woman in one flesh for the rest of their lives in marriage, but then do not live in accordance with those literally awesome gifts.

On the other hand, what an extraordinary thing it is when we find radical Christian witness. We see it in the saints and martyrs. We also see it in daily life in so many unheralded disciples and apostles. They proclaim the faith by their body language in a way that forces others to question their own way of living. They give witness to a love, to a friendship, to a beauty that the world can't give or rob.

In the face of the “nones,” and of so many others who still believe but are only partially living by faith, Bishop Barron is prophetically challenging all of us to respond to the signs of the times with a recommitment to letting the beauty of our faith radiate, to learning and teaching it in its fullness, and living it in such a compelling, magnetic way that people can eventually be led to come to meet Christ in all his beauty, truth, and holiness.

Father Roger J. Landry is a priest of the Diocese of Fall River, Massachusetts, who works for the Holy See’s Permanent Observer Mission to the United Nations.

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

St. Mary’s Open House is a wonderful way to get to know the St. Mary’s community and learn more about the academic, athletic, and extracurricular opportunities on campus. For more information about Open House, “Spartan for a Day” shadow program, and registration for the High School Placement Test (for students entering Grade 9), visit our website at www.stmaryslynn.com or contact our Admissions Office at 781-586-2008.

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]

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

July 9, 2017 - The Boston Pilot
Jul 9, 2017 - Sunday, Aug 4th. Call the office or email ... If you did not receive an email please call the ..... of my commission to. St. Athanasius with this Ad.

September 10, 2017 - The Boston Pilot
Sep 10, 2017 - Phone: 781-944-0330. Fax: 781-944-1266 ..... Located above Ryer's Store. 162 Park Street, Suite 201 ... Andersen Windows. Doors & Molding.