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SEVENTH SUNDAY
OF
E A S T E R – J U N E 1, 2014
THE READINGS FOR PENTECOST SUNDAY ARE:
EZ. 37:1-4
ROM. 8: 22-27
JN. 7: 37-39
Please Pray for
Sunday, June 1, 2014
8:00 Robert J. Sullivan
10:00 Louise Burke
Noon Lee Friedman
5:30 Mary Dafarra
Monday, June 2, 2014
5:30 Anne Quealy
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
5:30 Priscilla Almeida
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
5:30 Carolyn Lyons
Thursday, June 5 , 2015
5:30 James E. Sherman, Jr.
Friday, June 6, 2014
5:30 Capobianco-Casaletto
Fam. & Judge Margaret
C. Scott
Saturday, June 7, 2014
9:00 Patricia Jacobs
4:00 Carolyn McDonald
Sunday, June 8, 2014
10:00 James & Francis
Mannix
Noon Catherine I. Miskuly
THE 12:15 PM DAILY MASS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE MONTH OF JUNE.
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT ON FRIDAY WILL ALSO CONTINUE
THROUGH THE MONTH OF JUNE.
PROGRESS REPORT – 2014 CATHOLIC APPEAL
We are pleased to share that St. Ignatius Parish has raised $45,997 toward our 2014 Catholic Appeal goal
of $76,321. Because of your generosity, we are at 60% of our goal. Your support is deeply appreciated by
Cardinal Sean and by all who benefit from the fifty ministries made possible by the Appeal. We need
everyone’s help. If you have yet to make a pledge, we ask you to prayerfully consider how you can help.
The Appeal Pledge forms are available at the back of the Church.
BOOK DISCUSSION
On June 22nd, in the living room of the parish offices, there will be a discussion of the book The December
Project by Sara Davidson. Publishers Weekly describes this work as the fruit of a series of weekly
conversations conducted over two years between the 60-something journalist Davidson and the
pioneering rabbi, Zalman Schachter-Shalomi. Besides touching on topics like aging well, facing mortality,
and dying, Davidson provides a biographical sketch of Schacter-Shalomi from his narrow escape from
the Holocaust to his encounters with Thomas Merton. Please join us at 11:15 on June 22nd for a discussion
of this interesting work.
CONCERT THIS SUNDAY, JUNE 1ST
Katherine Jillson, Soprano and James Myers, Piano, will perform a collection of songs by Samuel Barber
this Sunday June 1st at 2:30 in the Upper Church. Free and open to all - a reception will follow in the
Friary Room.
THE SPIRITUAL EXERCISES OF ST. IGNATIUS
The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius (19th Annotation Retreat) will be offered next year as a "retreat in
daily life". This journey of prayer continues over thirty weeks beginning on October 5, 2014 and
concluding in May, 2015. This experience involves daily prayer, meetings with a spiritual director, and
bimonthly communal gatherings with faith-sharing. For more information or to register contact Kathy
Maher at [email protected]
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THIS W EEK’S CALLENDA R
Concert – Upper Church
2:30 pm
Contemporary M usic Ensemble – Upper Church
4:00 pm
Tuesday, June 3 rd
Liturgy Commission M eeting – Office
7:15 pm
W ed. June 4 th
Parish Choir Rehearsal – C/M Room
7:15 pm
Friday, June 6 th
Adoration – Lannon Chapel
Sunday, June 1
st
12:45 pm
CALL FOR PARISHIONERS INTERESTED IN SERVING ON THE PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL
The St. Ignatius Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) seeks new members for a 3 year term beginning
September, 2014. If you are interested in serving on the PPC or know someone else who might be
interested, please contact Tim D’Souza, [email protected] or Brian Maher, [email protected]
The PPC is an advisory body to the Pastor and has as its primary focus assisting the Pastor in planning
for the future of the parish. Updating and monitoring the implementation of the Parish Pastoral Plan is
one of the major functions of the Council, in addition to specific planning initiatives. The PPC aims to be
broadly representative of the parish in its composition. We especially invite young adults (ages 22-40) to
consider serving on the Council.
ARRUPE: HELP FOR FAMILIES FLEEING PERSECUTION
The Church stands in solidarity with refugee families and forced migrants around the world. The Jesuit
Refugee Service, the USCCB Migration and Refugee Services and many other Church organizations help
them through accompaniment, education, pastoral care, advocacy, and resettlement assistance.
This is also the ministry of the ARRUPE group at St. Ignatius Parish. On June 20th, the United Nations
will observe World Day for Refugees. On the weekend of June 21st and 22nd , ARRUPE members will be
collecting at the door after each liturgy to fund their refugee support activities. Watch for refugee films
that same weekend!
Support ARRUPE:
Pray for refugees and those who assist them.
•
•
Contribute
to
the
ARRUPE
collection
at
St.
Ignatius
Parish
June
21st
or
22nd
Join
ARRUPE
(Assisting
Refugee
Resettlement
Using
Parish
Energies)
Learn more about the Church and refugees here: www.jrs.net/refugees or http://www.usccb.org/mrs/
To join the St. Ignatius ARRUPE group, or get on its mailing list, email engler @bc.edu or devlin.jane
@gmail.com.
CONDO FOR RENT - 2nd floor/2 br Condo rental 5 minutes from St. Ignatius. Lease from present
until 8/31/2015. Fully furnished, all amenities and hardwood floors, beautifully renovated. Available
BR has its own private bath. Second BR renter, away for summer; back for the fall only/leaving in Dec.
Deeded parking space. $1,300/mo. Email [email protected]
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OUTREACH MINISTRIES
COR UNUM MEAL CENTER: Our Saturday night meal serving
at Cor Unum Meal Center in Lawrence is scheduled for June
28th, July 5th and August 16th. Families are welcome to
serve, but children must be at least ten years of age. If you’d like more
information about signing up, please contact Sr. Diane – 617-552-6107.
PARKING AT ST. IGNATIUS
The Boston College construction project at More Hall has begun. Parking will no longer be available on
St. Thomas More Road or the parking lot behind More Hall. The map below indicates the available
Mass
parking at St. Ignatius
for Mass Parking
and other events for the duration of this construction project. We hope
youand
will find
this map helpfulkey
and we
appreciate
patience during
thistotime.
ence the map
accompanying
for
detailsyour
regarding
where
park on campus
ding Mass.
Key:
1.
Brighton Campus (3 and 9
Lake Street)
2.
St. Ignatius Church
3.
Vanderslice Hall
4.
Walsh Hall
5.
Robsham Wall
6.
Mod Lot
7.
Maloney Hall
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3.
La Página Hispana
Siendo
una
comunidad
parroquial
jesuita,
animada
por
el
espíritu
de
san
Ignacio, les damos a todos la
bienvenida para compartir la alegría del evangelio y para conocer, amar y servir a Dios
Queridos Parroquianos,
Quisiera dar la bienvenida al Padre Luís Miguel García. Tenemos la buena fortuna que ha
podido volver y pasar 6 semanas con nuestra comunidad. Estoy seguro de que nos
aprovecharemos de su presencia con nosotros durante su estadía.
Vuelvo a compartir con ustedes otra reflexión que viene del programa, REZANDOVOY.COM.
Vuelvo a sugerirles que descarguen este programa de la oración diaria que les ayudarán en su
vida espiritual.
Volveré
¿Por qué este abandono
tras vencer a la muerte?
¿Por qué este alejarte
cuando más con nosotros estabas? ¿Por qué este silencio
de la Palabra más viva?
Nos dejas esperando, buscadores,
inquietos,
apóstoles,
portadores de tu Luz,
pero confundidos por las sombras cuando te vistes de misterio.
No te nos escondas mucho,
en este irte que nos deja huérfanos, en ese enviarnos,
tan desnudos de certezas
como llenos de esperanza.
En tu distancia, sigue cerca,
y a tu modo misterioso
sigue siendo el Amor
que arropa nuestra desnudez. y sostiene nuestros sueños.
José Ma Rodríguez Olaizola, sj
Sinceramente,
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
CAP TEAM MEMBER
MICHAEL BURGO, DIR. OF MUSIC MINISTRY
TIMOTHY ZIMMERMAN, ASSOCIATE DIR.
OF MUSIC / ORGANIST
SR. DIANE VALLERIO, MFIC, DIR. OF OUTREACH
AMY CHAPMAN, FAITH FORMATION DIRECTOR
SUSAN STUART, ASSOC. DIR. FAITH FORMATION
[email protected]
[email protected]
617-552-6100
617-552-6100
[email protected]
[email protected]
617-552-6108
617-552-6114
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
617-552-6107
617-552-6103
617-552-6105
RICHARD MOYNIHAN, BUSINESS MANAGER
ELIZABETH MCLAUGHLIN, ADM. ASSISTANT
WALTER FOTHERGILL, FACILITIES MANAGER
[email protected]
617-552-6117
[email protected]
617-552-6102
WALTER.FOTHERGILL @BC.EDU 617-552-6119
KATHY MAHER CAP TEAM MEMBER (CHAIR)
MARC GERVAIS
CAP TEAM MEMBER
MARY SANTAPAULA
CAP TEAM MEMBER
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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
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 2nd 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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