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Third Sunday of Easter (C )
THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER ( C )
APRIL 10, 2016
FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK
MASS INTENTIONS
Third Sunday of Easter (C )
Sunday Readings
The first reading is taken from the Acts of the Apostles, 5:27-32,
40b-41. The Apostles' failure to obey the Sanhedrin is obviously not
due to pride or to their not knowing their place; the Sanhedrin is
imposing a ruling which would have them go against God's law and
their own conscience.
TROISIEME DIMANCHE DE PÂQUES
APRIL 9TH TO APRIL 16TH, 2016
Saturday, April 9th
9:00 am: Mass of Thanksgiving…Viviane & Regine Concerve
The second reading is from the Book of Revelation, 5:11-14. The
host of angels around the throne act as a kind of guard of honor
proclaiming the sublime perfection of Christ the Lamb; they list
seven attributes which all point to the fact that he has everything
that belongs to the Godhead.
Sunday, April 10th
7:00 am: Mass of Thanks givng………………………...Klatte Pierre
11:00 am: Memorial Mass…………………………Thomas Jefferson
1:30 pm: Mass of Thanksgiving………………….Erissa Joseph
The Gospel is from St. John, 21:1-19, The primary purpose in recounting this appearance of the Risen Christ to his Apostles, was to
stress the actual conferring of the Primacy on Peter. From this very
first meeting with Christ at the Jordan (Jn. 1:42) the Savior had told
him that his name Simon bar-Jonah would be changed to Cephas,
which means Rock. Some year or so later, at Caesarea Philippi, this
change took place when Christ said to Simon, "You are (Peter) Rock.
and upon this Rock I will build my Church . . . and I will give you the
keys of the kingdom of heaven" (Matt. 16:18-19).
Monday, April 11th
9:00 am: Mass of Thanksgiving………………… Marie Joseph
5:30 pm: Memorial Mass……………… ..Marie Genevieve Vergin
Tuesday, April 12th
9:00 am: Memorial Mass..Iphosia Danny & Edmond Jr. Tercy
Wednesday, April 13th
9:00 am: Celebration of the Word
This promise, that Simon would be the foundation, the source of
strength and unity, in the new Christian community, was made factual on the occasion described here by John. Christ uses a new
metaphor—Simon (Peter) is to be the new shepherd—he would
take the place of Christ, as head and director of the Christian flock.
He would provide protection and pasturage for Christ's sheep and
lambs. He would, in other words, be the keeper and head of Christ's
Church.
Thursday, April 14th
9:00 am: Memorial Mass……………………… Fabrice Joseph
Friday, April 15th
9:00 pm: Memorial Mass …………………………Harry Saintil
5:30 pm: Mass of Thanksgiving………………….Carline Charles
That this position of authority was recognized by his fellow Apostles
and by the first Christians, is evident in almost every page of the
Acts—the book which describes the infant Church. It was Peter who
presided at the election of Matthias, who succeeded Judas in the
apostolic college (Acts 1:15-26): he gave the first Christian sermon
after the descent of the Holy Spirit (2: 14-40); he worked the first
recorded miracle wrought by any Apostle (3:1-11); he pronounced
sentence on Ananiah and Sapphira (5:1-11); it was he who received
the first Gentile convert into the Church (11:1-18) and it was he
who defended Paul's action at the Council of Jerusalem (15:6-11).
Saturday, April 16th
9:00 am: Memorial Mass…………….Marie Denise Pierre-Louis,
Alphonse Lahens, Ovilien Simon & Emilie Pierre
JESUS REVEALED HIMSELF TO HIS DISCIPLES
"When it was already dawn, Jesus was standing on the
shore; but the disciples did not realize that it was Jesus."
For the third time Jesus appears to His disciples and on
the lake of Genesareth renews the miraculous draught
of fishes. The Fathers did not fail to see in the one hundred and fifty-three great fishes that Peter brought to
land the neophytes born to supernatural life in the waters of baptism and brought by Peter to the feet of the
risen Christ.
In face of such evidence no serious historian can doubt but that the
other Apostles and the first Christians saw in Peter the living head
of the Church, the representative of Christ. The Church in the succeeding generations and centuries saw the successor of Peter, and
the living representative of Christ in the occupant of the See of
Rome, the bishopric held by Peter, when he was martyred for the
faith. History is witness to this.
There were Christians who refused obedience to him, but not one
of them claimed for himself the privilege of Peter and his successors. That the Church, the society founded by Christ to bring salvation to the world, should need a visible Head on earth, needs no
further (and has not stronger) proof than that Christ himself saw it
as necessary and arranged it accordingly. The power of the keys,
given to Peter, were more necessary in the second and succeeding
generations than in Peter's day, when the other Apostles were still
alive. When Christ laid the foundation of his Church on a Rock. it
was to be a Rock that would last as long as the Church. Peter died,
but Peter's office will last until the last man goes to heaven. The
Sheep and the Lambs of the twentieth and thirtieth centuries have
as much need of pasturage and protection as, if not more than,
those of the first century. Christ, our Savior and our Good Shepherd, provided for all time.
Weekly Readings
Sun: Psalm 30: 2,4,5,6,11-13; Acts 5: 27-32, 40b,41Revelation 5: 1114; John 21: 1-19
Mon: Psalm 119: 23,24,26,27,29,30; Acts 6: 8-15; John 6: 22-29
Tue:Psalm31: 3cd-46-7b, 8s,17,21ab; Acts 7: 51-8:1a; John 6: 30-35
Wed: Psalm 66: 1-3a-7a; Acts 8: 1b-8; John 6: 35-40
Thurs: Psalm 66: 8,9,16,17,20; Acts 8: 26-40; John 6: 44-51
Fri: Psalm 117: 1bc,2; Acts 9:1-20; John 6: 52-59
Sat: Psalm 116: 12-17; Acts 9: 31-42; John6: 60-69
Sun: Psalm 100: 1-3, 5; Acts 13: 14, 43-52Revelation 7: 9, 14b-17;
John 10: 27-30
Excepted from The Sunday Readings, Fr. Kevin O'Sullivan, O.F.M.
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THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER ( C )
APRIL 10, 2016
SAINT MATTHEW
NOUVÈL! NOUVÈL!
Yon nouvo Mès kreyòl nan weekend.
Se pou moun ki pa gen chans vin lanmès 11 zè nan dimanch.
Lap fèt chak Samdi a 5 kè nan apremidi .
Program Daycare pou timoun yo pandan lanmès 11 zè a deja
komanse depi 11 aout.
Krik…Krak! Sen Matye repwann program katechis pou premyè Kominyion
3ieme Dimanche de Pâques Année C
Acte des Apôtres 5, 27b-32. 40b-41
Psaume 29
Apocalypse de Jean 5, 11.14
Jean 21 : 11-19
MASS INTENTIONS
Temps pascal, temps de l’Eglise, et inversement : voilà ce que proclame, illustre et célèbre la liturgie de ce troisième dimanche de
Pâques. Au ciel, la foule innombrable des Anges et des Vivants qui
entourent le Trône chantent sans fin la gloire de Dieu et de l’Agneau immolé, le Seigneur ressuscité. La vision dont saint Jean a été
gratifié atteste ce qu’enseigne la foi, et suggère que l’Amen des
assemblées chrétiennes d’ici-bas fait écho a celui de toutes les créatures du ciel : « A Dieu et á l’Agneau, bénédiction, honneur, gloire
et domination pour les siècles des siècles ! »
La pleine manifestation de cette victoire de la vie sur la mort est
encore objet d’Esperance, mais d’une espérance qui ne saurait
tromper, et que les croyants voudraient faire partager à tous. Le
temps pascal de l’Eglise est donc celui du témoignage et de la prédication dont rien ni personne ne doit détourner : « Il faut obéir á
Dieu plutôt qu’aux hommes ! » Loin de décourager, les rebuffades,
les humiliations subies pour le nom de Jésus donnent de l’assurance à ceux qui se conforment à la volonté et au dessein de Dieu. La
force de l’Esprit leur donne une audace dont ils sont les premiers
surpris.
Le temps pascal de l’Eglise est donc celui de la mission toujours
laborieuse, souvent ingrate. Il peut arriver qu’on peine toute une
vie, dans la nuit, sans voir de résultat. Mais il ne faut pas croire pour
autant qu’on travaille en vain. Le Seigneur attend, sur l’autre rive
que les « pêcheurs d’hommes » aient achevé leur besogne. A leur
retour, ils trouveront, préparé par le Ressuscité, le repas dont l’Eucharistie est le sacrement, l’anticipation et le gage. Ils découvriront
avec émerveillement, l’extraordinaire résultat de leurs efforts persévérants apparemment inutiles, et qui l’auraient été vraiment s’ils
s’étaient fiés à leur seul savoir-faire.
Le temps n’est pas encore venu de faire des comptes, de dresser
le bilan de son action. Une seule chose importe : travailler sans relâche et sans découragement, chacun selon sa vocation propre, sur
l’océan de ce monde. Aujourd’hui, comme autrefois á Pierre, le
Seigneur s’adresse au disciple qui participe au repas eucharistique :
« M’aimes-tu ? Suis-moi, et laisse-toi conduire même là où tu ne
voudrais pas aller. »
04/02/16. Memorial Mass: Marjorie Sanon 10.AM .
04/04/16.Thanksgiving Mass: MerisméDavilus
04/04/16. Thanksgiving Mass for Jean-Robert Eloi
04/05/16. weeddingAnniversary: for Harry/ Nancy Dessources.
04/10/16. Thanksgiving Mass: Rose Presumé (Anniversaire)
04/10/16.Thanksgiving Mass: for Groupel’Unité Rec: Mirlene Cadet
04/12/16. Holy Face by Adeline
04/13/16. Thanksgiving Mass: Reginald Mouscardy
04/24/16. Thanksgiving Mass: GroupeMusiques/ Chants
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MWA JEN
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THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER ( C )
APRIL 10, 2016
SAINT ANGELA
BAPTISM
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Religious Education program: 9:00 am.-10:45 AM
Bernadette Obas: 617-298-0080
Confirmation Class: 12:30 –2:00 pm
Josette Beaubrun: 617-298-0080
Pope Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy,
Baptism for June 2016
Pou Batèm an kreol inskripsyion kòmanse
Registration in English is started.
Instruction:
Mattapan Campus:120 Babson Street, Mattapan, MA 02126
English: Saturday, April 9nd, 2016; 12:00 noon
Français: Samedi, 9 avril, 2016 à 12:00 midi
Baptism Date:
DORCHESTER /MATTAPAN COLLABORATIVE
Francais: Samedi, 16 avril 2016 à 2:00 pm
English: Saturday, April 23 , 2016 @ 2:00 pm
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CANDIDATES
Saturday, March 19, 2016*****1st Penance at Noon
Saturday, May 14, 2016*****First Communion Recollection
Mandatory
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p.m. for all
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Friday, May 27, 2016*********Practice
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Sunday, May 29, 2016*1st Communion Mass at 11:00 a.m.
Woule Woch: Samedi 7 mai [email protected] 7:00pm
Louanges Mariales:Dimanche 1 mai 2016 @ 7:00pm
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13 avril 2016, à 7:00 tè nan aswè
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CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH
POUR CRÉER UNE CULTURE DE PROTECTION
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APRIL 2016
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créer des environnements sécuritaires et protéger les enfants. En lisant et en suivant le code
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la sécurité et de protéger nos enfants. Vous pouvez trouver une copie du code de la page
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The Archdiocese of Boston has a code of ministerial behavior that adults must follow to create
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PÈLERINAGES
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THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER ( C )
APRIL 10, 2016
THAT NIGHT, THEY CAUGHT NOTHING
JESUS SAID: “HAVE YOU ANYTHING TO EAT?”
THEY CAST IT AND WEREN’T ABLE TO DRAW IT
SIMON PETER THREW HIMSELF INTO THE SEA
JESUS SAID “COME & EAT BREAKFAST”
JESUS SAID TO PETER, “TEND MY SHEEP.”
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Sunday Masses:
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11:00 am (English)
1:30 pm (Haitian creole)
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Monday & Friday:
9:45 am ( Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament ) all day
5:30 pm ( Benediction followed by the Mass )
Holiday Masses:
9:00 am / 5:30 pm / 7:00 pm as announced
Charismatic Renewal:
Tuesday: 7:00 pm ( Haitian creole ) Main Church
Sunday Masses:
Saturday:5:00 pm
Sunday: 9:30 am ( English )
11:00 am ( French creole )
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Holiday Masses: As announced
Food Pantry:
Holy Family Group: Saturday 4:30 pm ( Haitian Creole )
Church hall
Saturday: 9:00 am to 12.00 Noon
Legion Of Mary: Saturday 2:00 pm (Haitian Creole)
Conference room
Marian Praises: ( Les Louanges mariales )
Sponsored by St. Eulalia in Winchester
Sunday: 7:00 pm ( 1st Sunday of the month ) in French
( also every Sunday of October and May )
Ist Saturday of the month: Mille Ave ( in the chapel after
Mass
Devotion to Our Lady of Fatima: 13th of each month at
7:00pm
By SR. Mary Damian Powers, SM
Charismatic Renewal:
Friday: 7:00 pm( Haitian creole ) in the Main Church
Sunday: 6:00 pm( Haitian creole ) in the Chapel
Wednesday –Adoration all day from 8:30 AM until 5PM Mass
Ist Saturday of the month: Mille Ave
Devotion to Our Lady of Fatima: 13th of each month at 6:00 pm
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St. Angela/St. Gregory/St. Matthew Collaborative
Rev. Paul Charly Chery, parochial vicar / Saint Matthew
Rev. Jean Gustave Miracle, Parochial Vicar / St Angela
Ms. Marie Suze Pierre, Secretary / Saint Angela
Mrs. Julie Hayes, Secretary/ Saint Gregory
Mrs. Colette Ostine, Secretary / Saint Matthew
Deacon Joseph E. Dorlus, Pastoral Associate
Sheryl Jankord, Business Manager
Saint Pope John Paul II Catholic Academy, Mattapan Campus
Mrs Kathleen Aldridge, Principal. Phone # : 617-265-0019
St. Angela Merici - 1548 Blue Hill Ave. - Mattapan
Baptisms: Call Parish office for appointment.
Confessions: Call Parish office for appointment.
Marriage: Contact one of the Priests at least six (6) months in
Advance.
Religious Education:
Grades: K—8
Sunday, 9:15 am to 10:45 am at the School ;
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