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S UN DAY , M AY 31, 2015 – T H E M OST H O LY T RINITY
THE READINGS FOR THE MOST HOLY BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST:
EX. 24: 3 – 8/HEB 9: 11 - 15
MK. 14: 22 - 26
Please Pray for
Sunday, May 31, 2015
8:00 Thomas Mukkudimalyil
10:00 Alexander Joseph Molle
5:30 Mary Dafarra
Monday, June 1, 2015
12:15 Mike Sterns
5:30 Alys Jane Farrell
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
12:15 Nanette LaFranca
5:30 Daniel McNeill
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
12:15 Francis Farrell
5:30 Francis Donald Farrell
Thursday, June 4, 2015
12:15 Ann Lawless
5:30 Alys Jane Farrell
Friday, June 5, 2015
12:15 Marie Coleman
Saturday, June 6, 2015
9:00 Capobianco-Casaletto
families and Judge Margaret C.
Scott
Sunday, June 7, 2015
8:00 Frances Marley
10:00 Arthur A. Cook, Jr.
12:00 Catherine I. Miskuly
5:30 Alice Kosmo
SUMMER CHANGE IN MASS AND ADORATION SCHEDULE
The 8:00 am Family Mass has been discontinued until the fall. The 12:15 daily Mass will continue through
the summer. The last day of Friday Adoration will be June 5. Adoration will resume in September.
MUSIC MINISTRY
Baritone Scott Ballantine in Recital – All are invited to a special evening of Vocal Music on Saturday June
13 at 7:30 pm presented by 10 am Choir Baritone Scott Ballantine with pianist Deena Grier. The program
will feature a selection from Bernstein’s Mass as well as songs by Faure, Copeland, Britten and Sondheim.
Free will donations will support Scott’s participation in OperaWorks 2015 Advanced Artist program.
2015 CATHOLIC APPEAL
We are pleased to share that St. Ignatius has raised $62,200 toward our 2015 Catholic Appeal goal of
$77,900. Thank you to all who have helped make our campaign a success. If you have yet to give, we need
your help! Please give today to help us reach goal as soon as possible. Gifts can be made online at
www.bostoncatholicappeal.org or by completing a pledge form available at the Church exits. On behalf of
ardinal Sean O’Malley and all who will benefit from your generosity, thank you for your support .
HOUSING NEEDED FOR STUDENT STUDYING AT BC SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
A religious brother from India is seeking room/board in exchange for household work while he studies at
BC. Contact Fr. Bob if you are interested and/or you are looking for live-in assistance.
BOOK DISCUSSION
On Sunday, June 7th at 11:15 in the parish office, there will be a discussion of Marilynne Robinson’s book
Home. According to Publishers Weekly, Robinson’s novel, a companion to her Pulitzer Prize-winning
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Gilead, is an elegant variation on the parable of the prodigal son’s return. Where the Biblical story ends
with the prodigal’s return, this story takes up the narrative of the relationship between the siblings, the
prodigal’s relapse and the effect on their aging father. As the reviewer suggests "Robinson stakes a fierce
claim to a divine recognition behind the rituals of home.” Please feel free to join us for a discussion of this
novel on June 7th.
TEILHARD DE CHARDIN - A JESUIT VISIONARY
All are welcome to an introduction to the life and thought of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, SJ. It seeks to
illuminate Thomas Berry's opinion that he is the fourth major thinker of Christianity after Paul, Augustine,
and Thomas Aquinas. And it seeks to stimulate interest in Sister Ilia Delio's thinking that he continues to
be relevant to the Church, perhaps even critically so, sixty years after his death. The talk will be given by
Peter Weston, St. Ignatius parishioner, May 31st 11:15 in the Choir Media Room.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Looking for some part-time work? Here’s a chance to help out the St. Ignatius Community and earn a little
extra money. We have a need for weekend front desk reception help to be the face of hospitality to our
community and for some secretarial work at the front desk in the parish offices. For more information and
to express interest, please contact Reenie Murphy, the Parish Administrative Assistant at 617-552-6102 or
[email protected]
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS NEEDED AT BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER
Is God calling you to serve as a volunteer hospital Eucharistic Minister? Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center Department of Spiritual Care and Education is looking for Eucharistic Ministers to serve the
sacrament of Holy Communion to our patients once a week, either on weekdays or weekends. If you are
interested in exploring the possibility, please contact the BIDMC Spiritual Care Department at 617-6328103 or [email protected] for more information. Parking and a meal coupon will be provided.
LOOKING FOR RCIA VOLUNTEERS
The Right of Christian Initiation of Adults ministry needs you. We are looking for people to commit in
different ways and for different periods of time to help support people wanting to be baptized or become
Catholics. Specifically, we are looking for people we can train as Sponsors, others to welcome the RCIA
participants into your home for a dinner, and others to sit with them at Mass. Want to EVANGELIZE?
Here is your chance. (Space is limited. First come, first served). Call Diana Gaillardetz for more
information 419-290-7101, or 617-477-9533 or the Parish Office at 617-552-6100. You can also email Diana
at [email protected]
25TH AND 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MASS
His minence, Sean ardinal O’Malley, O.F.M. ap. invites all couples celebrating their 25th or 50th
wedding anniversary in 2015 to the Golden & Silver Wedding Anniversary Mass at the Cathedral of the
Holy Cross, Sunday, June 14 at 11:30am. Mass will include a renewal of vows. Family members and
friends are welcome to attend. Please register online at www.BostonCatholic.org/WeddingAnniversaryMass.
Please register by June 1 to have your name included in the printed list of anniversary couples. A formal
invitation will be mailed to each registered couple in May. Congratulations on your anniversary!
35TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MARTYRDOM OF WOMEN IN EL SALVADOR
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For 35 years, SHARE has been accompanying the people of El Salvador while they fight for their rights to
truth, justice, sovereignty, and sustainability as did Ita Ford, Maura Clarke, Dorothy Kazel, and Jean
Donovan. We have helped develop youth and women leaders, pushed for anti-violence legislation,
provided tools for communities to lift themselves out of poverty, and invested in women’s education. And
we won’t stop. Help SHAR keep alive the spirit of these four great martyrs by supporting our work
through a gift to our general fund or Legacy Fund.
SHARE and LCWR are inviting women religious and lay women and men to join us on a special
delegation to El Salvador November 28 to December 5, 2015. One itinerary highlight includes a pilgrimage
to the martyrdom site of the four women to hear first-hand testimonies by people who knew them.
SHARE has spearheaded the initiative to declare this site a national historic monument and is working to
make this effort come to fruition during the pilgrimage. Another highlight includes a visit to the
martyrdom site of Archbishop Romero and the Memorial Wall. You will learn about the root causes of
migration to the US and the current challenges impoverished communities face. You will visit and support
grassroots movements of women, human rights defenders, and mothers of the disappeared. Cost is $1,200
plus airfare. Partial scholarships and group discounts may be available from SHARE. For more
information about our work, please visit SHAR ’s website at http://www.share-elsalvador.org/ or
contact [email protected], tel. 510-848-8487
Congratulations to Belinda "Catherine Luke" Nwagbara who was baptized on Pentecost Sunday at
the 10:00 am Mass. She eagerly met the waters of Baptism headfirst and proceeded to be confirmed
and anointed with her chosen names of Catherine Luke. Belinda addressed the whole congregation
when she shared how important these sacraments were to her and her intention to continue being a
disciple for Christ as she moves on to medical school in Granada.
UPCOMING OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES:
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MAY 30TH: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY. A big thanks to our parishioners and
their coordinator, Anton Finelli, for spending the day at a Habitat site,
helping to build/prepare a new home for a soon-to-be homeowner.
JUNE 13TH/14TH: FOOD DRIVE. We’ll be collecting recently purchased nonperishable food items to help stock the shelves at Newton Food Pantry. In addition,
the Pantry is grateful for donations of toothpaste, bar soap, shampoo and
conditioner.
JUNE 20TH/21ST: ARRUPE AT-THE-DOOR COLLECTION. Our once-a-year
collection will enable our ARRUPE ministry to work with Catholic Charities to
provide incoming refugees with household basics as they settle into their
new homes.
JUNE 27TH: COR UNUM MEAL CENTER, LAWRENCE. This will be the first of three
Saturday nights of serving supper to the Guests at Cor Unum. The other two
dates will be July 18th and August 15th. More specific details will be in June
bulletins.
HELPING OUT THOSE IN NEED: We are all aware of the fact that utility, food and fuel costs are
continually on the rise. As a parish, we want to be prepared to assist persons who
come to the Parish Office seeking help to provide food for their family. You can be
of help by donating $10 gift cards from Stop & Shop or Shaw’s/Star. Your past
donations have carried us through the winter, but right now, we’re almost of out
cards. You may bring your donation to the Parish Office or just drop it in the
collection basket on the weekend. Thank you!
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La Página Hispana
Queridos Parroquianos,
Hoy celebramos la fiesta de la Santísima Trinidad. Comparto con ustedes una reflexión que nos viene
del rezandovoy.org.
nvocacion a la Trinidad
Oh, rinidad Santisima , origen de todo. Misterio tan profundo, ue me hace e clamar del fondo de mi
corazon ‘Santo, Santo, Santo’.
e encuentro en el fondo mismo de mi ser amandome, creandome,
trabajando por mi, para mi, conmigo
en una comunion misteriosa de amor.
ame, Senor, que yo comience a ver
con otros ojos todas las cosas,
a discernir y leer los signos de los tiempos, a gustar de tus cosas y saber comunicarlas.
Pongo la preferencia de mi oracion en la contemplacion de la rinidad, en el amor y union de caridad,
ue abraza tambien a mis projimos.
Padre terno, confirmame Hijo terno, confi rmame
confirmame un solo ios, confirmame.
spiritu Santo, confirmame Santa rinidad,
Sobre textos del Padre Arrupe S.J.
Que la bendición de Dios quien es Padre, Hijo y Espíritu Santo descienda sobre ustedes y los llenen con
su amor divino.
Padre Bob
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SAINT IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA
28 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE – CHESTNUT HILL, MA 02467
PHONE 617-552-6100
E-MAIL [email protected]
FAX: 617-552-6101
WEB: HTTP://BC.EDU/ST -IGNATIUS
THE PARISH STAFF
REV. ROBERT F. VER EECKE, SJ, PASTOR
REV. JOHN ALLAN LOFTUS, SJ, ASSOCIATE
PAUL MELLEY, ASST TO THE PASTOR, BC LIAISON
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] EDU
617-552-6100
617-552-6100
617-552-6113
MICHAEL BURGO, DIR. OF MUSIC MINISTRY
TIMOTHY ZIMMERMAN, ASSOCIATE DIR. OF MUSIC
SR. DIANE VALLERIO, MFIC, DIR. OF OUTREACH
SUSAN STUART, DIRECTOR OF FAITH FORMATION
KATHY MAHER, FAITH FORMATION MIDDLE SCHOOL
ERNESTO REYES, CONFIRMATION COORDINATOR
DIANA GAILLARDETZ, ADULT FAITH FORM./ RCIA
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
KATHERINE MAHER @BC.EDU
[email protected]
[email protected]
617-552-6108
617-552-6114
617-552-6107
617-552-6105
617-552-6112
617-552-6103
617-552-6103
RICHARD MOYNIHAN, BUSINESS MANAGER
REENIE MURPHY, ADM. ASSISTANT
[email protected]
IGNATIUS @BC.EDU
617-552-6117
617-552-6102
KATHY MAHER, CAP TEAM MEMBER, CHAIR
REV. JOHN ALLAN LOFTUS, SJ, CAP TEAM MEMBER
MARC GERVAIS, CAP TEAM MEMBER
MARY SANTAPAULA, CAP TEAM MEMBER
KATHERINE MAHER @BC.EDU
[email protected]
[email protected] .COM
THE CELEBRATION OF EUCHARIST
SUNDAY
WEEKDAY
SATURDAY
UPPER CHURCH 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:00 NOON, 5:30 PM
LOWER CHURCH 10:00 AM, FAMILY LITURGY
12:00 MISA EN ESPAÑOL EN LA CAPILLA LANNON
12:15 PM - 5:30 PM – LOWER CHURCH – 12:45 PM FRIDAY, ADORATION
LOWER CHURCH 9:00 AM, UPPER CHURCH 4:00 PM (Vigil)
THE SACRAMENTS
BAPTISM
Adults are baptized at the Easter Vigil as part of the Rites of Christian Initiation for Adults. Infant and child baptisms are
by arrangement.
FIRST EUCHARIST
Preparation begins in Grade 1 and includes classes, retreats and home instruction. Children receive First Eucharist in 2 nd
grade.
CONFIRMATION
Our Confirmation program begins in the 9th grade. Students are confirmed in the Spring of the 10th grade. Young adults
who have been catechized but are not yet confirmed should contact the Parish Office for an alternative program .
MATRIMONY
Must be registered as a parishioner six months prior to beginning Marriage arrangements .
RECONCILIATION
Saturdays 3:15 – 3:45 PM Upper Church or by arrangement
ANOINTING OF THE SICK by arrangement.
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