November 26, 2017 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.

St. Athanasius Parish, Reading, MA

November 26 , 2017

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

Saturday, Nov 25 4:00pm Mass for the People Sunday, Nov 26 9:00am Thomas Murray & Richard Delacy Memorial 11:00am Luigi Mauro Memorial Monday, Nov 27 9:00am Marguerite Moroney Memorial Tuesday, Nov 28 9:00am Ann Tully Memorial Thursday, Nov 30 9:00am Lillian Cressinger Memorial 6:30 Adoration Friday, Dec 1 9:00am Philip Domenic Mutebi Memorial Saturday, Dec 2 9:00 am First Saturday Mass 4:00pm Frank DelGreco Memorial Sunday, Dec 3 9:00am Mass for the People 11:00am Ann Bennett 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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St. Athanasius Parish, Reading, MA

November 26 , 2017

FROM THE PASTOR It looks like Thursdays during Advent are going to be broth days. It’s an idea from my spiritual director to add a bit of intentional penance in life based on the Church’s tradition of having a day of fast even outside of Lent. It’s, also, considered a new trend as a healthy thing to do. Go figure. Fasting once a week could be done anytime, of course, and we do tend to associate it with Lent, but Advent does provide a specific time to tighten up our spiritual life in preparing the way of the Lord. Typically, Advent practices are differentiated from Lenten sacrifices (though not exclusively) by improving or building on something positive, like adding prayer time, for example, as opposed to entering into a form of penitential denial. Nevertheless, it is also the case that sometimes improving on something can have a sacrificial dimension because it requires us to expend additional effort or maybe change our habits. I think this Advent is a time to do a little habit changing as a parish, which applies to me as well. It is just an observable fact that we (as in me) typically tend to start Mass a couple minutes late. There are several reasons for this, actually, not the least of which is the “Five Minute Fire Drill” that occurs when we recognize something isn’t ready to go at Mass time. I, also, tend to review or add to my homily at the last minute to tighten it up. Still another other reason, to be honest, is that if the church is only half attended at start time, then it’s a pretty discouraging sight when the priest looks out to make the sign of the cross. I know that feeling because we’ve tried this exercise before and that’s what it looked like! So, I’ll take the blame as being the efficient cause, to use a term, because I’m sure more than one person is thinking right now: “Yeah, but I know I have five minutes to spare because you always start late!” Fair enough and true, I could be greeting people at the door for five minutes prior if I backed up everything else. Of course, that wouldn’t stop the last minute fire drills or sparsely filled pews on its own, but it would break the cycle. It occurs to me that to anticipate or prepare for the arrival of someone, which is what Advent is meant to be in relation to Christ’s coming at Christmas, one has to be in place at the time of arrival. This could be said not just at Christmas, but every Sunday. No doubt this will take on a penitential dimension for everyone that likes the five minute cushion, but in this case the self-denial will add immediately to something positive.

Christ the King In a recent poll, many Christians of all denominations wanted to get more out of faith and were not quite sure how to accomplish that. They sometimes felt a disconnect between what they believed and how they lived. It wasn’t that they were aware of sin as much as they wanted to have a more meaningful connection between church and life. Jesus taught that we are to love God and love our neighbor as our self. Spirituality, then, is who we are in relationship to God and to others. To connect church and life, we need two things: we need to pray and worship God in a community of faith and we have to have a concrete expression of faith; we have to be different because we believe. Faith is more than an idea; it is a way of life that brings God’s grace to everyday situations. The Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy are examples of making the connection. They are specific ways to lend a hand, to express faith in God, and to recognize the value and dignity of each person. In practicing the Works of Mercy, we strengthen our faith and get so much more than we give.

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St. Athanasius Parish, Reading, MA

November 26 , 2017

YOUTH MINISTRY 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.

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CHRISTMAS PARTY 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

Please Join Us! First Saturday Mass For the Blessed Mother Saturday, Dec 2

FAMILY MASS The annual Christmas Pageant / Lessons and Carols will be on Sunday, 12/17 at 2pm. We could really use teens to help coordinate this performance so please reach out with interest! For our Family Masses, 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.

November 26 ~ The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe Today’s parable is one of the most vivid parables Jesus spoke. We will not be judged on the knowledge we have amassed, or the fame that we have acquired, or the fortune that we have gained, but on the help that we have given. The lesson is crystal clear - God will judge us according to our reaction to human need. This means giving simple help to the people we meet every day - to the hungry, the thirsty, the sick, the stranger, the prisoner – to Christ himself!

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November 26 , 2017

PARISH NEWS Dear Parish Family, We are happy to report the 2017 Christmas Faire was a wonderful success. Hundreds of people from the parish and beyond came Friday and Saturday to partake in the many festivities at our Christmas Faire. We heard constant feedback throughout the entire weekend from visitors about how they look forward to our Faire every year. Another told us this was the best Faire she had ever been to. Of course it is great to raise money for our church, but it is humbling to know we provided an evening or day of fun and fellowship for so many people. But this Faire could not have happened if it weren’t for the hard work of many, many people. We are so very proud of our team and the many people who volunteered their time throughout the week before and during the Faire to make the Faire run smoothly. We’d like to thank the following people: - To all the volunteers who sorted and priced thousands and thousands of items. What a job you all undertook! - To our amazing Food Team for buying everything we needed for concessions, setting it up, cooking and serving such wonderful food. - To our Wreath Team for going everywhere months before the Faire to pick up pinecones, for selling the wreaths, hand decorating the beautiful wreaths, and giving up your Black Friday to unload the wreath truck and distribute y our wreaths. - To the student volunteers who helped with set-up, take down, sorting hauling, and helping wherever they were needed. You were all a huge help. Because of you our jobs were so much easier. - To our adult volunteers who came out the help during the Faire doing whatever needed to be done. You filled a gap that made the days run smoothly. - To all the bakers who filled our baked goods room with delectable homemade treats. It is amazing how many baked goods are donated. All sell too! - To all those who donated to the gift baskets and created the beautiful and creative baskets. This year we had 74 baskets! - To all those who donated soda, water, gift cards and other donations. You heard the call and came through. - To the parish staff for doing the details, getting permits, finishing off gift baskets, setting up the signs, lights and decorations, and many more things. We appreciate your support. On a final note we would like to give a special thank you to the leaders of each of our areas (White Elephant, Country Marketplace, Jewelry, Knitting, Toys, Gift Baskets, Food and Wreaths) and their dedicated crew for their time months before the Christmas Faire coming to meetings and taking the lead to get things done. There would not be a Faire without you. Thank you! With all our appreciation, Joanne & Ed Fitzpatrick Michele & John Barrette Christmas Faire Co-Chairs

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November 26 , 2017

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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]

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St. Patrick Parish Saturday, December 2, 2017

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Stoneham, MA (Must be 21 or older) Sponsored by St. Patrick Music Ministry Our Lady of Providence Hall Dinner/Dancing 5:30pm 9:30pm  $35.00 Baked Stuffed Breast of Chicken Dinner  Full Cash Bar Raffles Door Prize Music by DJ Alan Labella Only 180 Tickets will be sold! Tickets available at the Parish Of!ice 781-4380960 10am -4pm M-F

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