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  • The Collaborative of St. Ann and St BrendanThe Collaborative of St. Ann and St BrendanThe Collaborative of St. Ann and St BrendanThe Collaborative of St. Ann and St Brendan Dorchester, Massachusetts Dorchester, Massachusetts Dorchester, Massachusetts Dorchester, Massachusetts

    May 8, 20106May 8, 20106May 8, 20106May 8, 20106

    SAINT BRENDAN PARISH 15 Rita Rd., Dorchester, MA 02124 Parish Phone: 617-436-0310 Fax:617-436-1386 Email: [email protected] Website: www.saintbrendanparish.org PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday: 9AM to 4 PM -St. Brendan site Wednesday - Friday: 9 AM to 12 Noon-St. Ann site Liturgical Celebrations

    Vigil Mass: 4:00 pm (Saturday) Sunday 8:00am & 10:00am Daily Mass: 9:00am Monday—Wednesday (chapel) HOLY DAYS As Announced Sacramental Celebrations

    RECONCILIATION Saturday 3:15—3:45 pm (Church) MARRIAGE Contact Pastor at least 6 months in advance BAPTISM celebrated the 1st Sunday of the month. Parents Catechesis for first time parents only is provided on the last Sunday of the month. Registration is required through the parish office.

    SAINT ANN PARISH NEPONSET 243 Neponset Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02122 Parish Phone: 617-825-6180 Email: [email protected] Website: www.saintannneponset.com Liturgical Celebrations

    Vigil Mass: 4:00 pm (Saturday) Sunday 8:30am & 10:30am Family Mass Daily Mass: 9:00am Thursday - Saturday **Rosary celebrated prior to daily mass at 8:45 am** HOLY DAYS As Announced FIRST SATURDAY DEVOTION SERVICE 8:00am Our Lady of Fatima Rosary and prayer WEEKDAY DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET M-F 3:00 pm Convent, Saturday 3:00 pm in main church COMMUNION SERVICE AT BOSTONIAN NURSING HOME 2nd Thursday of month, at 2:30pm Sacramental Celebrations

    RECONCILIATION Saturday 9:30-10:15am & 3:00-3:30pm BAPTISM celebrated the 3rd Sunday of the month. Parents Catechesis for first time parents only is provided on the last Sunday of the month. Registration is required through the parish office. MARRIAGE Contact Pastor at least 6 months in advance EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Saturday 9:30am-12 Noon

    SAINT BRENDAN SCHOOL Grades Pre K to 6 with an After School Program

    29 Rita Road, Dorchester, MA 02124 Phone: 617 282 3388 Fax: 617 822 9152

    Email: [email protected] Website: www.stbrendanschool.org Mrs. Maura Burke Principal

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    Seventh Sunday of Easter May 8, 2016

    Scripture for the week of May 8, 2016

    8 SUN Acts 7:55-60/Rv 22:12-14, 16-17, 20/ Jn 17:20-26

    9 Mon Acts 19:1-8/Jn 16:29-33 10 Tue Acts 20:17-27/Jn 17:1-11a 11 Wed Acts 20:28-38/Jn 17:11b-19 12 Thu Acts 22:30; 23:6-11/Jn 17:20-26 13 Fri Acts 25:13b-21/Jn 21:15-19

    Farewell Recep�on for

    Fr. Tom

    Please join us following the

    4pm vigil Mass on May 14th

    (St. Brendan’s) and following the

    10:30am Mass on May 15th

    (St. Ann’s) for a recep&on as we

    wish Fr. Tom well as he begins his

    new assignment at St. Rose and

    St. Agnes in Topsfield and

    Middleton , and thank him for the

    support he has shown and given to

    St. Ann’s and St. Brendan’s

    Notice: The Daily Mass at St. Ann’s on Saturday,

    May 21st at 9.00am is cancelled due to ordinations to the priesthood at

    the cathedral.

    Collaborative Staff Rev. Michael E. Drea, Pastor

    Rev. Thomas Macdonald, Parochial Vicar Finance & Operations Manager: Nancy A. Lafoe Administrative Assistant: Amy Mulvey (15 Rita Rd. site) Secretaries: Linda Damatin and Marianne Curley Facilities and Sextons: Thomas Curley & Tom Blinn

    Religious Education St. Ann: Mrs. Paula Skalinski [email protected] 617 825 6180 xt 12 Sunday Classes: 9:30 am Gr. 1-6 St. Brendan: Mrs. Maura Burke Grades 1-6, 617 282 3388 Classes are held at 3:45 PM on Mondays at the parish school. Registration for 2015-16 for Grades 1-6 has begun. Classes began Monday October 5th. Download the form from the School website. Confirmation Program St. Brendan & St. Ann Grades 7-9/10: Mrs. Paula Skalinski: [email protected] 617 825 6180 xt 12. Class choice: Sundays @ 4:15 pm or Fridays at 6:00 pm. RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) Interested in completing or beginning your initiation into the Catholic Church? Please call the Parish Office. Altar Servers: If you are an interested student in Grade 4-6, please contact Paula Skalinski at saintannreled @gmail.com

    St. Ann Parish Music Director & Neighborhood Children’s Theatre: Mrs Michelle McCourt [email protected] St. Brendan Parish Music Director: Taras Leschishin Organist: Joel Davidson

    Collaborative Ministries Neighbors In Deed /Visitors to Homebound Elders: Helen M. Barrett, RN 617 296 0258 Ministry To Homebound & Elderly: Holy Communion sacrament of the sick, visit from a priest. Please call the Parish Office. Saint Vincent DePaul Society Food Pantry: By apt. only: 857 939 5140.

    DEADLINE FOR BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS Monday at 12 Noon with Holiday exceptions

    St. Brendan Envelope Users The May 8th second collection is an

    Archdiocesan collection for Communications and not Parish Improvement. There possibly was a

    Parish Improvement envelope printed for that date erroneously. The Parish Improvement collection

    date is May 22nd.

  • 3

    Seventh Sunday of Easter May 8, 2016

    Saint Ann Parish Mass Intentions For The Week

    Saturday, May 7 4PM James and Mary Meade Sunday, May 8 8:30AM Patrick Sweeney Anniversary 10:30AM Connie McCarthy 10th Anniversary Thursday, May 12 9AM Brian Hingston Friday, May 13 9AM Special Intention Saturday, May 14 9AM Mary Bumbaca and Family 4PM James McLoughlin Birthday Memorial Sunday, May 15 8:30AM Rose Manning 10:30AM Michael Pembroke 1st Anniversary

    Saint Brendan Parish Mass Intentions For The Week

    Saturday, May 7 4PM Mahoney Family Sunday, May 8 8AM Andrea Stanton 3rd Anniversary 10AM Joseph McDermott 3rd Anniversary Monday, May 9 9AM Mass for Healing (anonymous) Tuesday, May 10 9AM Mayme Luman Wednesday, May 11 9AM Ann Connolly Saturday, May 14 4PM Ellen Fay 2nd Anniversary Sunday, May 15 8AM Donald and Mary Coombs 2nd Anniversary 10AM Zefiryne Boguslawska Anniversary

    St Ann Offertory

    (includes Online Giving) Week Ending

    5/01/2016 FY16

    to Date

    Main Offertory $3,083 $141,481

    Grand Annual $0 $26,618

    Renovation & Maintenance

    $145 $34,302

    Retire the Debt $1,145 $15,051

    St Brendan Offertory

    (includes Online Giving) Week Ending

    5/01/2016 FY16

    to Date

    Main Offertory $4,986 $133,990

    Grand Annual $0 $35,050

    Parish Improvement

    $130 $17,244

    This week’s Sanctuary Lamp will burn in loving memory of:

    James McLoughlin

    This week’s offertory gifts are offered in loving honor of:

    James McLoughlin

    In your kindness, please continue to remember in your prayers all our loved ones and parishioners who have passed away. Eternal rest grant

    unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May they

    rest in peace. Amen.

    Saint Brendan Parish May Liturgical Support

    For Intentions of: Jarrett, Batol ,Taylor , Szymczyk & Mullen Families

    Pledged Goal % of Goal

    St. Ann’s $14,963 $23,189 65%

    St. Brendan’s $15,325 $29,791 51%

    Thank you to all who have helped make our campaign a success. If you have not yet had a chance to give, we need your help! Please donate today to help us reach our goal by June 30. Gifts can be made online at bostoncatholicappeal.org or by com-pleting a pledge form available at the Church exits. On behalf of Cardinal Seán O’Malley and all who will benefit from your generosity, thank you for your support.

  • 4

    Seventh Sunday of Easter May 8, 2016

    DISCIPLES IN MISSION/PASTORAL PLANNINGDISCIPLES IN MISSION/PASTORAL PLANNINGDISCIPLES IN MISSION/PASTORAL PLANNINGDISCIPLES IN MISSION/PASTORAL PLANNING

    May 8 ~ Seventh Sunday of Easter

    Today’s Gospel is the close of Jesus’s final

    discourse to his Apostles which began in chapter 14. These are among the most touching and inspiring words of Scripture. Jesus pours out his heart, giving instruc-tions and encouragement to his closest friends. Directing His words to His Father, Jesus prays: “And I have given them the glory you gave me, so that they may be one, as we are one, I in them and you in me…” We pray for unity among Christians, but today, pray for unity within our own Catholic Church and within our parishes. Let Jesus’ word inspire us to be bridge builders, right here, right now.

    May Procession Sunday, May 8th - Mother's Day

    10.00am - St. Brendan’s

    Fr. Tom, celebrant

    10.30am - St. Ann’s Fr. Drea, celebrant

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    In our part of the world, it’s spring. We can ditch coats and boots and enjoy watching the world

    around us burst into life: the trees’ first, soft green leaves are unfurling, the colors of tulips and

    daffodils replace the dull browns of late winter, and kids are out on bikes or kicking a soccer ball

    around. The church dedicates this beautiful month to Mary. But why May? And why a whole

    month dedicated to Mary? First, May is spring for much of the world, a time that marks growth

    and birth and new life. Mary, of course, was the bearer of Life itself: our Lord Jesus Christ. Our

    lives depend on the growth of trees, vegetables, grains. But even more so, our lives depend on

    Christ, who was brought into this world through God’s graciousness and Mary’s “yes” to Him.

    With that in mind, setting aside a month to honor her makes sense. The celebration of Mary re-

    minds us of her willingness to do God’s will. Not only did Mary say yes to God when He asked

    her to do the unbelievable and immense task of carrying the very God of the universe in her

    womb and bring Him into the world for its salvation, she is our model in faith. At the wedding at

    Cana, Mary gave us the perfect way of the Christian when she told the servants, “Do whatever

    He tells you.” Regardless of how we celebrate May, Mary’s month, we will all do well to follow

    her example, seek her motherly guidance in prayer, and praise God as she did: My soul

    proclaims the greatness of the Lord; my spirit rejoices in God my savior.

  • 5

    Seventh Sunday of Easter May 8, 2016

    Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy, a Pre-school (age 2.9) - Grade 8 elementary school, is accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school

    year. For more information, please contact the Neponset Cam-

    pus at 617-265-0019 x7127

    St Ann's Vacation

    BibleSchool Registration is now open!!

    Please visit www.saintannneponset.com to register In House grades K1 -3rd : July 11th, July 18th & July 25th from 9am -3pm Day Trippers grades 4th -6th (going into 7th) : July 11th, July 18th & July 25th 9am-3pm except Thursday 9am-6pm 8th/9th (going into 8th/going into 10th) Grade week: August 1st to August 4th(4days only) Monday & Wednesday 9am-3pm Tuesday 9am-6pm Thursday 9am-10pm

    *please note schedule changes*

    Volunteer Driver Needed A parishioner is seeking transportation to and from the Saturday, 4pm Mass at St. Ann’s. Please contact Amy in the Parish Office for details.

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    Congratulations to the boys and girls who will be receiving the sacrament of First Holy

    Communion this weekend at St. Ann’s.

  • 6

    Seventh Sunday of Easter May 8, 2016

    SAINT BRENDAN SCHOOL 29 Rita Road (617) 282-3388

    Saint Brendan School will be adding ½ days to the Pre-K program in September 2016. Students can stay part-time 8:05-11:30am or full-time 8:05-2:30pm. Please call the office for more information. 617-282-3388 Families that may be interested in sending their children to Saint Brendan School in Sep-tember 2016 and would like to schedule a tour should call 617-282-3388 and ask to speak with Christine Bailey. Where are you Saint Brendan Alumni? We are gathering a list of alumni names and addresses. If you are alumni, please email your information to [email protected] and help us by spreading the word to family and friends! “Saint Brendan’s Night Out” featuring a Corn-hole Tournament, DJ, Dancing and many raf-fle prizes will be held on Saturday, May 21st in the Lower Church Hall. All proceeds will go towards a new security system at the school. Teams interested in participating in the Corn-hole Tournament should register with Christine Bailey ASAP. There are a limited amount of teams allowed to play. $30 per team to play (includes admission) Admission for the event is $20 and can be purchased in advance or $25 at the door. More information, pur-chase tickets and/or to register for corn-hole email: [email protected] Adults Only 21+ Thank you to the Jagiello family for preparing the Communion Pew Banners for the 2nd graders. Special thanks to Ms. Walsh for preparing our 2nd grade students for their First Holy Communion last Sunday. The children were prepared and looked magnificent.

  • 7

    Seventh Sunday of Easter May 8, 2016

    John Altos Beswick Family Theresa Beswick Christopher Blinn Walter “Buddy” Blinn Charlotte Boti Russell Brandi Mary Lou Braudis Patti Brennan Carol Ann Callanan Joan Callanan Gerry Cardinal Therese Catania Millie Cawly Kevin Cellucci Susan Champigny Cheryl Coffin Brendan Collins Mary Costello Joseph Coyle John Coyne Margaret Coyne Mary Coyne Mary Curry Audrey Davis Dorothy Daley Patricia Deardon Lenor Delgrosso Maxine Del Tufo James Doherty Marguerite Dubois Brooke DuBeau Dorothy Farquharson James Feeney James Fitzgerald Bill Foley George Gately Chuck Geanacopoulos Christopher Gracia Louise Griffin Barbara Hackett Lawrence Hamilton John Hession

    Dorothy A. Juliano Mrs. Richard Juliano Russ Kenn Tommy Kelly Mary Kelley Helen Kyle Kaitlyn Landy Brian Lawlor Donna Lawlor Conor Leahy Ed and Jeannie Leahy Christopher LeDuc Thomas Lucia Mary McCarthy Isabelle McIntyre Maryanne McIntyre Katie McDonough McDonough Family Salvatore Monastra James Monahan Jim Monahan John Moynihan Peggy Mulvey Mary Nagle Christopher O'Brien Joe O’Brien Eddie O’Connell Connie O'Sullivan Mary O'Sullivan Robert and Paola Pe-rez Patricia Pierre Mary Rau Betty Reardon Michael Reardon Mary Reilly Alison Renna The Richard Family Margaret Ryan Mathew Smith Mary B. Tighe Carol Weese Alice Weydt A Special Intention

    PRAYER INTENTION LIST We appreciate you keeping in touch with us! If

    someone on the prayer list has passed away, please let us know.

    PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR LOCAL MEN AND WOMEN

    IN SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY:

    Sgt David J. Swanson, USA—SPC Jamie Durance, USA

    1st SGT, Ryan Long, USA- 1st Sgt Christopher Demars,

    USA SPC Joseph Ambo, USA- SPC David Underwood, USA SPC Eric Rego,

    USA–-Pv2 Brendan Doherty, USA Brian Doherty, USA –1st Lt. Patrick P.

    Murphy, USA SrA Michael T. Sullivan, USAF– Pvt Patrick A. O’Brien, USA

    PFC Jason Reil, USN, Cpl. Brandon N. Finn, USMC 2nd Lt. Ian Chuckran Cpl.

    Michael Ball, USMC Pvt. Michael McDonagh, USMC SPC Michael Geary

    USA PFC Kevin McNamara, USA Kevin Paul McCarthy PVT US Marines ,

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    Our 108th Early Bird Special

    Boston & South Shore Men’s Prayer Gathering

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