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SAINT MARY PARISH

SAINT MARY PARISH . Established 1850. Randolph, MA 02368. S M P. Established 1850. Randolph, MA 02368. SAINT Mary Catholic Church (Accommoda ons for the Handicapped). 211 North Main Street Administrator Fr. Phil McGaugh Pastoral Center PARISH O ce 22 Seton Way Parochial Vicar (781) 963-4141. Fr. Ixon Chateau FAX: 781-963-0884. O ce Hours: Monday-Friday Priest in Residence 9:00am to 4:00pm Fr. Vinnie Doolan Religious Educa on Center (School). Permanent Deacon 30 Seton Way Deacon Jonathan Mosely (781) 961-5009. FAX: 781-961-5055. PARISH Administra ve Assistant Mrs. Judith Concannon St. Mary Cemetery 245 North Street O ce of Religious Educa on (781) 961-9323. DRE/Pastoral Associate FAX: 781-963-0884. Mrs. Patricia J. O'Connor Administra ve Assistant Mrs. Julie Pantazelos WELCOME.

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1 SAINT MARY PARISH . Established 1850. Randolph, MA 02368. S M P. Established 1850. Randolph, MA 02368. SAINT Mary Catholic Church (Accommoda ons for the Handicapped). 211 North Main Street Administrator Fr. Phil McGaugh Pastoral Center PARISH O ce 22 Seton Way Parochial Vicar (781) 963-4141. Fr. Ixon Chateau FAX: 781-963-0884. O ce Hours: Monday-Friday Priest in Residence 9:00am to 4:00pm Fr. Vinnie Doolan Religious Educa on Center (School). Permanent Deacon 30 Seton Way Deacon Jonathan Mosely (781) 961-5009. FAX: 781-961-5055. PARISH Administra ve Assistant Mrs. Judith Concannon St. Mary Cemetery 245 North Street O ce of Religious Educa on (781) 961-9323. DRE/Pastoral Associate FAX: 781-963-0884. Mrs. Patricia J. O'Connor Administra ve Assistant Mrs. Julie Pantazelos WELCOME.

2 WE'RE GLAD YOU ARE HERE! Cemetery Execu ve Director We wish to extend a warm welcome to all guests and Mr. Robert S. O'Connor parishioners of SAINT Mary's PARISH . We are delighted that you have come to worship with us, and we very Director of Music Ministries much hope that you feel at home here!! Newcomers Mrs. Felicia Kopelman-Hayes are encouraged to register as members of the PARISH . Registra on forms are available in the entryways of PARISH Website: the Church and in the PARISH O ce and can be placed in the o ertory basket or mailed to the PARISH O ce. Cemetery Website: One world, all sacred Email: PARISH MISSION STATEMENT. We are a vibrant faith community committed to living out the gospel of Jesus Christ in the Roman Catholic tradition. As a Eucharistic people, we seek to deepen our personal union with Jesus Christ through the ministries of Word, Worship, Community, and Service.

3 Guided by the Holy Spirit, we devote ourselves to the Catechetical Ministry of Youth and Young Adults and to ongoing Adult Faith Formation. We seek to continue the mission of the Church by extending hospitality and outreach to all the People of God. 2. St. Mary Randolph. MA. of the evening, a er some quiet me, par cipants were invited to share anything they drew or felt during the prayer experience. The results were amazing. It is not every day that you witness an auditorium full Saturday, January 20, 2018. 9;00am Mass of Thanksgiving of middle school students in total relaxed quiet for 4:00pm Garney Theart-2nd Anniv. almost an hour while praying. The most notable Sunday, January 21, 2018 happening of the night for me was not one cell 8:00am People of St. Mary phone was even seen.

4 We cannot express our 10:00am Nan Galvam gra tude enough for Mrs. Nancy Harvey who brings 11:30am William Callahan, Jr. this wonderful experience to our young people. Wednesday, January 24, 2018. 9:00am Souls in Purgatory Thursday, Jauary 25, 2018 REL. ED MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL PROJECT. 9:00am Thanksgiving for Our Lady Saturday, January 27, 2018 At Religious Educa on we are also working on 9:00am Mass of Thanksgiving another project for our middle school and high 4:00pm Bob McSweeney school students. Valery Mata, Gaby Redon, Gregory Sunday, January 28, 2018 Jean-Bap ste, and Ryan Egan (all catechists) and 8:00am People of St. Mary Christy Valen n (just Confirmed) are teaming up for 10:00am Mass of Thanksgiving a special themed presenta on. This group is 11:30am Ruth & Daniel Newcomb mee ng for two weeks planning an icebreaker, video clips, discussions, presenta ons and personal witness all centered around one theme.

5 That theme PRAYING IN COLOR asks the ques on, Why do we have rules and Over the course of the last two weeks, our middle commandments to live by and what happens to school and high school students were treated to an ourselves and others when we break them? And in evening of Praying in Color. We are so grateful to par cular, it begins the conversa on about how we Mrs. Nancy Harvey for planning and facilita ng these can profoundly hurt ourselves and others with evenings. words. Our team is very excited to present this evening. Our Praying in Color evenings begin with so lights FIRST PENANCE. and music while our young people are spread out at tables or even si ng on rug squares on the floor. First Penance took place this weekend on Saturday Whatever feels comfortable is what we suggest.

6 At 1 pm. We o er our thanks to the Catechists and Some quie ng medita on helps par cipants to let go Parents who prepared these young people for the of what has happened all day and just relax into the Sacrament. To Mrs. Joyce Scardino, Mrs. Nancy moment. Color markers and crayons are provided Harvey and Mrs. Kathy Johnston we give our along with a large piece of empty paper. Par cipants hear elt thanks. Each of our young people were are then encouraged to use drawings, words, pa erns, or just doodling to place all their worries, gi ed with a book en tled, The Mass Book for joys, struggles, gratefulness, etc. on the paper. During Children. This book helps to guide them through our evening, Mrs. Harvey would quietly talk them the Mass as they con nue their prepara on for First through each step of the way.

7 Toward the end Eucharist. It will be May before we know it! 3. Third Sunday in Ordinary Time January 21, 2018. OPEN HOUSE. Fr. Phil ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL. HOLBROOK, MA. Reflec ons for 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Joseph School, 143 So. Franklin St., Holbrook, MA. Each of us is called to witness to who God is in our is holding an Open House on Monday, 1/29/18. New lives by what we say and do. How are our lives families interested in enrolling at St. Joseph School di erent because we believe? Jesus has extended to are invited to an Open House on Monday, 1/29/18, each of us by virtue of our Bap sm an invita on to 9am to 11am and 6pm to 7:30pm. Meet our follow Him as one of His disciples. Have we made and principal, tour the school and learn about what makes do we con nuously make the decision to follow us unique!

8 Jesus? To follow the Lord means to stand up for the sacredness of all of life. All life ma ers at all ages and We o er Early Childhood programs for flexible half- stages. The urgency of this situa on calls for all of us day and full-day Pre-K students ages 4 years and to keep the sacredness of life as one of our prayer Full-Day Kindergarten as well as Grades 1-8. inten ons. The Kingdom of God is at hand. Jesus began His public ministry with the invita on to To register your child at St. Joseph School, we require repent and to believe. He is calling for an immediate a copy of bap smal and birth cer ficate, recent response. This means that you and I are called to be report cards, school tes ng results and nursery school people of reconcilia on and proclama on. Following evalua ons.

9 If your child is currently in a pre-school the call of Jesus enables us to make a di erence in program, please also provide a copy of their progress the lives of others. The Gospel of Jesus is the Gospel report. If you are unable to a end the open house, of life and the Gospel of joy. We are called to let our please call us at 781-767-1257 to set up an lives be influenced by hope. appointment. If you are unable to a end the open house, please call 781-767-1257 to set up an Reflec ons on Forgiveness and appointment. The Sacrament of Reconcilia on CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK. It is of major importance that all of us understand Quincy Catholic Academy will be joining Catholic how serious forgiveness is for the health of our schools across the na on the week of January 28, spiritual lives.

10 In recent history the Sacrament of 2018 to celebrate the Annual Catholic Schools Week. Reconcilia on is not understood or fully appreciated QCA has planned many wonderful ac vi es with this for the inner healing it brings. The confessing of sins year's theme, Catholic Schools: Learn, Serve, Lead, and receiving absolu on can help us to feel be er Succeed.. about life and ourselves. In addi on receiving forgiveness from God and others can help us to Quincy Catholic Academy will be opening its doors for experience God's love, remove resentment and visitors interested in seeing quality educa on in increase gra tude. It is always quite clearly a means ac on every morning from Monday, January 29, 2018. to inner peace. We may also need to let go of our to Friday, February 2, 2018 from 9:00am to 11:00am.


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