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Sunday, October 13, 2013

10:00 Francis Haugh

Noon Mary Oreskevich

Noon (LC) Monica Arquello

Healing, Luigi Bonnano

(Recovery)

5:30 Edward Kenney

Monday, October 14, 2013

12:15 Mary Keller Kerman

P l e a s e P r a y f o r

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

12:15 Francis Mannix & Mary

Saturday, October 19, 2013

9:00 Thomas & Audrey Gaquin

Manix Slaughter

5:30 Jose Maria de Castro

4:00 Rita Skala

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

5:30 Bill Duehren

Thursday, October 17, 2013

5:30 Janice Sweeney

Sunday, October 20, 2013

10:00 Anne Glennon

Noon Nancy Regolino

Noon (LC) Ximena Valdez

5:30 Patricia Violette

F

ALL

P

ARISH

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ETREAT AT

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ASTERN

P

OINT IN

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LOUCESTER

This semi-annual retreat is an opportunity to enter more deeply into the mystery of God’s love for us. You will have an opportunity for spiritual conversation, silent prayer and gatherings of prayer and worship with members of the parish community. The retreat will be held Friday,

October 25 th

to Sunday, October 27th . The cost for the weekend is $300 (all inclusive), with a deposit of $100 at registration. If anyone is in need of financial assistance in order to attend, please let us know. Please register through the Parish Office 617-552-6102, or [email protected]

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F

ALL

D

ISCUSSION

G

ROUP

Our usual fall discussion group is now forming. We will meet, as usual, at the Jesuit residence, 130

Beacon Street, at 7:30 PM for four Wednesday evenings starting

October 23

13 th

.

We will end by 9:00 PM each evening.

rd

and ending on November

Frs. Bob and J.A. will host the meetings. This year we are proposing a full year’s plan focusing on the person of Jesus. We will start in October reading Anne Rice’s fictional account called

Christ the Lord: The

Road to Cana

(N.Y. : Alfred Knopf, 2008). This is a novel that provides a fascinating glimpse of what family life might have been like for the young Jesus of Nazareth. It ends with Jesus rejecting the disciples’ pleas that he become the military revolutionary Messiah for which many had hoped.

Both books should be available through local bookstores and at Amazon.com.

Space is limited. To reserve a space please contact Betty in the office (

[email protected]

)

or 617-552-

6102) as soon as possible.

C

ONVERSATIONS WITH

P

OPE

F

RANCIS

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CTOBER

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TH

7:15/ L

ANNON

C

HAPEL

No, Pope Francis is not paying a visit to St Ignatius, but we are hoping to facilitate some conversations on subjects generated by his recent interviews. Dr. Rick

Gaillardetz, parishioner, member of the BC theology department and frequent contributor to America Magazine and the National Catholic Reporter, will offer some initial reflections and then we'll go from there. If you have not yet read the interview and responses published in America, we will have copies available at the rectory. Please let us know if you would like to have one or you can go online to americamagazine.org to read the interview.

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P

ROTECTING

G

OD

S

C

HILDREN

P

ROGRAM

The Archdiocese of Boston requires all volunteers (in whatever capacity) to complete a training program in child abuse protection. If you are thinking of becoming a volunteer in any of our ministries (lector, coordinator of liturgy, choir member, etc.), or if you are already a new volunteer in any ministry, you must be able to verify your attendance at a Protecting God’s Children (PGC) program. If you have completed this program in another location, you should have a certificate of attendance given you at that time. We need a copy of that certificate. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the appropriate supervisor of your ministry.

The next program will be held on Sunday, October 20, 2013 from 2:30 – 5:00 PM in the Choir/Media room in the Lower Church.

If you plan to attend this session, please contact Mary Blackburn (617-552-6039) or Betty McLaughlin (617-552-

6102 / [email protected]) as soon as possible. Space is always limited.

Thank you for your cooperation in maintaining a safe and secure atmosphere for all the children at St. Ignatius parish.

Katherine Maher, Chair, Child Abuse Prevention Team

W

ITH

O

PEN

A

RMS

C

OME AND

J

OURNEY

W

ITH

U

S

On Monday evening, October 14 th

from 7:15 – 8:45 pm in the Friary Room, our eight-week program on the essentials of the Catholic Faith will continue

The topic this week is “What is God’s Story? – 4000

Years of Faith in 40 Minutes.

This program leads into RCIA for those wishing to become Catholics and

Confirmation for those who are Baptized and have received Eucharist. If you are interested and would like more information, contact Fr. Robert VerEecke, S.J. at [email protected] or 617-552-6110.

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ORE

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NSIGHT INTO THE

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EAR AT

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ASS

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Join us for PASTA & PRAYER, a prayerful conversation with friends over dinner to discuss the Sunday scriptures. Feed your body, mind and soul!!

The next session,

Back To the Future, discussing the Advent season readings, will take place on Thursday, October 17, 2013

in the Dining Room at the Parish Office from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

This year, we will also explore the impact of the adoption of the Constitution on the Sacred

Liturgy on our faith lives and how it shapes our understanding of the Scriptures.

Prior registration required: Call Catherine at 617-782-5812 or e-mail to [email protected], to reserve a place at the table.

B

OOK

D

ISCUSSION

Please join other parishioners in the church office and add your voice to the discussion.

J

AMAICA

R

ETURN

!

On October 20 th

at 11:15 am, there will be a discussion of the book,

Cloud of Witnesses,

edited by Jim Wallis and Joyce Hollyday. This book introduces a company of modern witnesses – saints, peacemakers and martyrs who have embodied the gospel challenge in our time, including Dietrich Bonhoeffer, martyr to the Nazis, Thomas Merton, Martin Luther King,

Jr., and many others from around the world.

Once again, the parish is planning an immersion trip to Kingston, Jamaica to participate in the life of our sister parish, St. Anne's and St. Anne’s primary school. The proposed dates for the trip this year are January 18 th

-26 th

. If you are interested in finding out more about the trip, please contact Fr. Bob.

F

EEDING

C

HRIST

S

P

EOPLE

: E

UCHARISTIC

B

READ

B

AKING

People of all levels of baking experience can help with this wonderful ministry...Families are welcome!!

The next training session will take place on October 20, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. in the Lower Church Kitchen.

For more information or to let us know that you are coming to this training session, please contact: Gary

Toth at 
 [email protected] or 617-566-8685.

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La Página Hispana

Querido Parroquianos,

Gracias por la conversación que teníamos después de la Misa el domingo pasado. Como les he dicho, queremos ofrecerles programas y experiencias que pueden ayudarles a profundizar su fe. Esperamos empezar un grupo de oración los martes en la noche. También ofreceremos tres sesiones sobre la experiencia de la Oración tres domingos en noviembre después de la Misa y el cafecito. En diciembre habrá un retiro para la comunidad. Estamos en proceso de organizar estos eventos.

Les pido su asistencia para la charla sobre los abusos de los derechos humanos en Honduras. Espero que haya una buena representación de nuestra comunidad latina. Pueden leer las detalles en los párrafos siguientes.

El Padre Melo, sacerdote jesuita y defensor de derechos humanos, , hará una presentación en San Ignacio el 20 de octubre. Ismael Moreno Coto, sacerdote jesuita, comúnmente conocido como el Padre Melo, es el director de Radio Progreso, una emisora radial de origen cristiano que es líder nacional en reportaje investigativo, en Honduras. Radio Progreso fue cerrada por el gobierno hondureño a cargo, en el 2009, y ha sido ocupada por personal militar desde ese momento. El P. Melo también es el director del Equipo de

Reflexión, Investigación y Comunicación (ERIC-SJ), que contribuye mediante la investigación, la educación, los reportes de tendencias sociales y de opinión pública, en Honduras.

El Padre Melo hablará de los abusos en materia de derechos humanos que han afectado a la sociedad hondureña, y de modo especial en el mundo periodístico, así como en las comunidades campesinas e indígenas. El ofrecerá un análisis profundo de las razones sistemáticas por las que ha continuado la violencia, la impunidad y las injusticias, a la luz de los diferentes impactos de la guerra contra las drogas, así como resaltará los pasos para reconstruir las redes sociales en Honduras.

El P. Melo celebrará la Eucaristía en español a las doce del día en la capilla de la Iglesia, y posteriormente, a la 1:30 pm, hará una presentación bilingüe, acerca de los abusos de los derechos humanos en Honduras, en el mismo lugar. Están todos invitados a escuchar al P. Melo y a aprender, un poco más, acerca del trabajo de la Compañía de Jesús en Honduras. La visita del P. Melo es patrocinada por

Witness for Peace

New England

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La próxima charla bautismal tomará lugar el 26 de octubre después de la Misa.

¡Que tengan una buena semana llena de muchos bendiciones!

Padre Bob

J

ESUIT

P

RIEST AND

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UMAN

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IGHTS

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CTIVIST

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Ismael Moreno Coto, a Jesuit priest popularly known as Padre Melo, is the director of Radio Progreso, a

Christian-based radio station that is a national leader in investigative reporting. Radio Progreso was shut down by the new government at the time of the coup in 2009 and has suffered military occupations since.

He is also director of the Center for Reflection, Research, and Communication (ERIC-SJ, the Spanish acronym), a think tank that conducts research and education and reports on societal trends and public opinion in Honduras.

Padre Melo will speak of human rights abuses occurring throughout Honduran society, and especially within his own journalistic world, as well as within campesino and indigenous communities. He will offer an in-depth analysis into the systemic reasons for the continuing violence, impunity, and injustices, illuminate the various impacts of The Drug War, and will highlight steps to rebuild networks of community in Honduras.

Fr. Melo will celebrate the Spanish Mass at Noon in the lower church. He will give a presentation on

Human Rights abuses in Honduras in Spanish and English at 1:30 PM in the Lannon Chapel. All are invited to hear Fr. Melo and learn more about the work of the Society of Jesus in Honduras. Fr. Melo’s visit is sponsored by Witness for Peace New England.

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OUTREACH MINISTRIES

HABITAT AT-THE-DOOR COLLECTION:

Thank you again for your generous support, which totaled $2,977! Your contributions will specifically go to support the efforts of four St. Ignatius Habitat “Build” teams at Boston-area sites throughout the coming year.

SHATTUCK FOURTH TUESDAY:

We’ll be serving the Guests at Pine Street Inn

Shattuck Shelter on October 22nd. Desserts are needed and so are servers. If you’d like to serve, please call Sr. Diane – 617-552-6107. Desserts should be brought to the

Parish Office by 4PM on the 22nd. Thank you for your ongoing support of our ministry to the Shelter

Guests.

WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE OCTOBER 19/20

Our winter clothing drive will benefit the Guests at St. Francis House Day Shelter in Boston.

The new and gently used clothing that you donate will help to clothe over 150 poor and homeless guests per week who seek clothing assistance.

Clothing Wish List for Fall and Winter

Men’s items

Hooded sweatshirts: M, L, XL, 2X, 3X, 4X

Casual long sleeves Shirts: M, L, XL, 2X, 3X

Sweatshirts sizes M, L, XL, 2X, 3X

Jeans -sizes: 28 x 32, 30 x 32, 32 x 32, 34 x 32, 36 x 32, 38 x 32, 40 x 32, 42 x 32

Sweatpants, sizes M, L, XL, 2X, 3X

Men’s sneakers and boots, sizes 8-13

Winter Jackets, sizes M, L, XL, 2X, 3X

Belts, sizes 20-50

Ties

Long Johns, sizes M, L, XL, 2X, 3X

Women’s Items

Jeans-sizes: 8-16

Casual long sleeves tops: S, M, L, and XL

Sweatshirts, sizes M, L, XL, 2X

Sneakers, sizes 6

½

-11

Hooded sweatshirts: M, L, XL, 2X

Long Johns, sizes S, M, L, XL

Scarves

ONLY CLOTHING LISTED, PLEASE!

Collection boxes will be at each church entrance – on the designated weekend.

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8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:00 N

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8:00 M, 10:00 AM, F

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ATURDAY

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ACRAMENTS

B

APTISM

Adults are baptized at the Easter Vigil as part of the Rites of Christian Initiation for

Adults. Infant and child baptisms are by arrangement.

F

IRST

E

UCHARIST

Preparation begins in Grade 1 and includes classes, retreats and home instruction.

C

ONFIRMATION

Our Confirmation program begins in the 9 th

Spring of the 10 th

grade. Students are confirmed in the

grade. Young adults who have been catechized but are not yet

confirmed should contact the Parish Office for an alternative program.

M

ATRIMONY

Must be registered as a parishioner six months prior to beginning Marriage arrangements.

R

ECONCILIATION

Saturdays 3:15 – 3:45 PM Upper Church or by arrangement

A

NOINTING OF THE

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by arrangement.

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