Sunday of All Saints

May 30, 2010

“We extol you, Apostles, Martyrs, Prophets and all Saints, and we honor your holy memory, as you pray for us to Christ our God.” (Hymn of Praise of the Sunday of All Saints)
By honoring the saints we honor God, for respect shown to them is respect shown to God. The saints did not become saints by their own power – their holiness is the result of God’s grace. All that they are, they owe to God. The Servant of God Metropolitan Andrew Sheptysky said: “The veneration of saints not only does not oppose in any way the worship that is due to God but eminently contributes to it. We honor the saints as servants of God, as our heavenly protectors who intercede for us before God and obtain from Him, for us, the forgiveness of our sins and heavenly grace.”

DIVINE LITURGY / SERVICES SCHEDULE
Sat. May 29 – 3:45 p.m. Recitation of the Rosary
4:00 p.m. †Michael & †Anna Yatison – George Yatison
Followed by a short Moleben to the Mother of God
Sun. May 30 – 8:30 a.m. Divine Liturgy – God’s Blessing for Parishioners
Followed by a short Moleben to the Mother of God
MEMORIAL DAY (at the Church)
Mon. May 31 – 9:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy – Those who gave their life in service to Our Country
Tues. June 1 – NO SERVICES
Wed. June 2 – 9:00 a.m. †Walter & †Anna Hrynkiw – Walter S. Hrynkiw
Thurs. June 3 – 9:00 a.m. †Barbara Pleshach – Karl Drapivsky
Fri. June 4 – 9:00 a.m. †Walter & †Anna Hrynkiw – Walter S. Hrynkiw
Sat. June 5 – 3:45 p.m. Recitation of the Rosary
4:00 p.m. †John & †Mary Waslasky – Waslasky & Hall Families
Followed by a short Moleben to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Sun. June 6 – 8:30 a.m. Divine Liturgy – God’s Blessing for Parishioners
Followed by a short Moleben to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Divine Liturgies for St. Vladimir (Edwardsville) – Saturday 6:00 p.m. English, Sunday 10:30 a.m. Slavonic

WELCOME – To all who are tired and need rest; to all who mourn and need comfort; to all who are friendless and need friendship; to all who are discouraged and need hope; to all who are hopeless and need sheltered love; to all who sin and need a Savior; and to whomsoever will, THIS CHURCH OPENS WIDE ITS DOORS IN THE NAME OF THE LORD JESUS CHRIST. To all who are worshipping with us today – WELCOME!
LITURGY REQUESTS – We ask that if you have dates on which you would like a liturgy offered that you make those requests as early as possible. Request for liturgy dates will be assigned in the order in which they are received. Contact the rectory office to make your requests.
STAYING IN TOUCH – If there is anyone who is regularly unable to attend liturgy but would like to keep in touch with what’s going on in the parish, please contact the rectory office about receiving a copy of the bulletin through the mail.
MEMORIAL DAY DIVINE LITURGY – A Divine Liturgy will be offered on Monday, May 31st (Memorial Day) at 9:00 a.m. for All who gave their lives for Our Country. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TIME LISTED IN THE DIVINE LITURGY/SERVICES SCHEDULE WAS INCORRECT LAST WEEK, IT HAS BEEN CORRECTED.
FATHER GUTHRIE IN NEED OF OUR PRAYERS – Fr. Paul Guthrie who has served our parish and other parishes throughout the archeparchy, substituting for priests on vacations, is suffering from prostate cancer that has spread. Fr. Paul is 87 and currently resides at Queen of Peace Friary, 2281 Browns Lake Drive, Burlington, WI 513105. We are told that although Father has lost 20 pounds, he remains in good spirits and still gets around with the help of a walker. Please pray for him and send him a note or a card.
GENERAL PARISH MEETING – (NOTE DATE CHANGE) A General Parish Meeting will be conducted on Thursday, June 3, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. in the Church Basement. All are welcome.
BULLETIN DEADLINE – Our parish secretary will be on vacation the week of June 14th. Announcements for the June 13th and 20th bulletins must be submitted by Thursday June 10th at noon in order to be published.
PARISH APPEAL PETER’S PENCE – In his latest encyclical, Pope Benedict XVI reminds the faithful that “God’s love…gives us the courage to continue seeking and working for the benefit of all” (Caritas in Veritate, no. 78) The Peter’s Pence Collection gives U.S. parishioners a chance to unite in solidarity with the Holy Father, the faithful worldwide, and those most in need of charitable love. The Holy See uses the Collection proceeds to provide emergency assistance and aid to the most disadvantaged around the world. Please be generous in the Collection and, in doing so, cast the love of Christ upon the world. In June our archdiocese will take up the Peter’s Pence Collection, which provides the Holy Father with the assistance he needs to carry out his most important charitable works. The proceeds benefit the most disadvantaged: victims of war, oppression, and disasters. Through your generosity, with Pope Benedict we can cast the love of Christ upon the world. Peter’s Pence Collection Envelopes are included in your box of regular collection envelopes, they are blue and dated June 27, 2010.
EWTN BROADCAST – UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY: A Light in the East, An in -depth look at the Ukrainian Catholic Church’s effort to cultivate renewal by rebuilding the Ukrainian Catholic University. Airs July 25th at 10 p.m., July 27th at 1 p.m. and July 29th at 5 a.m. (60 mins.)
CEMETERY RULES & REGULATIONS – Out of respect for all parish families and their deceased members, these rules and regulations were designed for the uniform appearance, ease of maintenance, safety, and cleanliness of our cemetery. Please give your full co-operation. All decorations, including unplanted and artificial flowers, must be removed before March 31 or be subject to removal. Christmas decorations must be removed by January 31. All stone, metal, and other borders around monuments or memorials are prohibited. Only low borders, one inch above ground level, are permitted in front of hillside graves in order to prevent erosion. No shrub or tree planting is allowed. Loose stone and / or gravel are prohibited on any grave plot. Persons causing any damage to cemetery property will be liable. No dumping on the cemetery grounds or beyond the perimeter. No walking pets through the cemetery. No trespassing on cemetery property after hours. Cemetery hours are 7:00 AM to sundown. These Rules Effective Immediately.
RETREAT HOUSE – Interested in getting away from it all and meeting God in the quiet of nature? Information about the St. Clare Retreat House at the Holy Dormition Friary in Sybertsville, PA is available in the vestibule of the church.
FOLK DANCE WORKSHOP – The 21st Annual Ukrainian Folk Dance Workshop will be conducted Monday, June 28 – Friday, July 2, 2009 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Ukrainian Homestead, Route 209, Lehighton, PA. The workshop is sponsored by the Ukrainian-American Heritage Foundation and will provide beginner through advanced instruction for ages 5 and up. Andrij Dobriansky (New York City) will be the guest instructor for the Advanced Classes. Yurij Dobriansky (New York City) will be the guest instructor for the Beginner Classes. For information call Paula Holoviak (570) 708-1992 or email holoviak@epix.net, Sandra Duda (610) 377-7750 or Joe Zucofski (570) 622-8056. Register by June 12, 2010.
ST. MICHAEL’S HAZLETON – Saint Michael Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church will be celebrating its 100th Year Centennial Anniversary with a Pontifical Divine Liturgy on Sunday, October 31, 2010. A celebratory banquet will be held immediately following the Divine Liturgy at Carmen’s Country Inn, located in Drums, Pennsylvania. The Saint Michael Centennial Anniversary Committee will be publishing a commemorative anniversary book as part of our celebration. This book will include a history of our parish, its organizations, and the role Saint Michael Parish plays in the community of Hazleton and its environs. Interested in placing an ad contact Centennial Anniversary Committee, Saint Michael Ukrainian Catholic Church, 74 North Laurel Street, Hazleton, PA 18201, call (570)455-0643 or email StMichaelUCC@aol.com.
ST. VLADIMIR CENTENIAL – You are cordially invited to attend the Centennial Anniversary of the founding in 1910 of St. Vladimir Ukrainian Catholic Church in Edwardsville, Pennsylvania, Sunday, July 18, 2010, Solemn Divine Liturgy at One Thirty in the afternoon, in Saint Vladimir’s Church, 70 Zerby Avenue. Main Celebrant will be His Grace, The Most Reverend Stefan Soroka, Metropolitan – Archbishop of Philadelphia. Centennial Jubilee Banquet will follow at The Knights of Columbus, 59 Parry Street, Luzerne. Roast Chicken-Breaded Pork Chop-Veal Parmigiana. Open Bar starting at 3:30 p.m. Beer & Soda only. Dinner at $:30 p.m. Banquet Tickets Adults $39.00 children under seven years free, children seven and over adult price. Advance tickets may be purchased by sending a check with full payment for the amount of guests attending to: St. Vladimir Centennial Banquet C/O Helen Nazarek, 70 Zerby Avenue, Edwardsville, PA 18704. (Make checks payable to St. Vladimir” Centennial Banquet). For more information call Helen at 570.655.2815 or Diane Stelmack at 570.817.6790. For seating purposes, please print the first and last name of each guest. ABSOLUTELY NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. NO RESERVATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT PAYMENT IN FULL. The very last day to purchase banquet tickets is July 11, 2010. All ticket sales are final – no refunds.
FROZEN PYROHY AVAILABLE – Several dozen individually frozen pyrohy remain from our March Lenten Sale. They may be purchased after liturgies or by contacting Stephen Mykulyn 825-0902. $5.50 / DOZEN
BEQUESTS TO YOUR PARISH – Please remember SS. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church with memorial gifts and in your will.
RENOVATION FUND – Should you wish to make a contribution to this fund please use the “Special Collection for Renovations to the Church Complex” envelopes that are available in the back of the church.
PRINTED COPIES OF ‘THE WAY’ ARE AVAILABLE IN THE VESTIBULE

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