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SAINT THERESA OF AVILA PARISH JUNE 10,2 018 10 ST. THERESA AVENUE WEST ROXBURY, MASSSACHUSETTS 02132 617-325-1300 [email protected] PRIESTS OF SAINT THERESA’S Reverend Monsignor William M. Helmick, Pastor Reverend Richard S. Bradford IN RESIDENCE Most Reverend Emilio S. Allué, S.D.B. Auxiliary Bishop of Boston, Emeritus, Reverend Peter P. Nolan, C.S.Sp. PARISH STAFF Principal of St. Theresa's School, Mrs. Jean Leahy RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Sister Marie-Julie Seguin, Ellen Klein, Jennifer McKiernan RCIA Susan Abbott DIRECTOR OF MUSIC Brandon Santini PARISH SECRETARY Mrs. Carol O'Brien • 617-325-1300 CONTACT INFORMATION Rectory:.......................................................617-325-1300 Fax:.............................................................617-325-0380 School:.............. ........................................617-323-1050 CCD office:................................................617-469-2898 Parish Web Page:.......www.sttheresaparishboston.com School Web Page:.....www.sttheresaschoolboston.com Saint Theresa of Avila Parish St. Theresa of Avila School Parish—@StTofAvila School—@StTheresaBoston The Church is handicapped accessible and air conditioned Mission Statement Prayer of Saint Theresa of Avila Christ has no body now on earth but yours; yours are the only hands with which He can do His work, yours are the only feet with which He can go about the world, Yours are the only eyes through which His compassion can shine forth. Christ has no body on earth now but yours. MASS SCHEDULE DAILY: 6:45 A.M. 4:00 P.M. SATURDAY 4:00 P.M. 5:30 P.M. SUNDAY 7:30 A.M., 9:00 A.M., 10:30 A.M., 12:00N HOLY DAY VIGIL AS ANNOUNCED HOLY DAYS AS ANNOUNCED CONFESSIONS SATURDAYS 3:00-4:00 P.M. THURSDAYS BEFORE FIRST FRIDAY 4:45 P.M. Madonna of the Chair Raphael Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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  • SAINT THERESA OF AVILA PARISH JUNE 10,2 018 10 ST. THERESA AVENUE WEST ROXBURY, MASSSACHUSETTS 02132 617-325-1300 [email protected]

    PRIESTS OF SAINT THERESA’S Reverend Monsignor William M. Helmick, Pastor

    Reverend Richard S. Bradford IN RESIDENCE

    Most Reverend Emilio S. Allué, S.D.B. Auxiliary Bishop of Boston, Emeritus, Reverend Peter P. Nolan, C.S.Sp.

    PARISH STAFF Principal of St. Theresa's School,

    Mrs. Jean Leahy RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

    Sister Marie-Julie Seguin, Ellen Klein, Jennifer McKiernan RCIA

    Susan Abbott DIRECTOR OF MUSIC Brandon Santini

    PARISH SECRETARY Mrs. Carol O'Brien • 617-325-1300

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Rectory:.......................................................617-325-1300 Fax:.............................................................617-325-0380 School:.............. ........................................617-323-1050 CCD office:................................................617-469-2898 Parish Web Page:.......www.sttheresaparishboston.com School Web Page:.....www.sttheresaschoolboston.com

    Saint Theresa of Avila Parish

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    The Church is handicapped accessible and air conditioned

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    Prayer of Saint Theresa of Avila Christ has no body now on earth but yours;

    yours are the only hands with which He can do His work,

    yours are the only feet with which He can go about the world,

    Yours are the only eyes through which His compassion can

    shine forth.

    Christ has no body on earth now but yours.

    MASS SCHEDULE DAILY: 6:45 A.M. 4:00 P.M.

    SATURDAY 4:00 P.M. 5:30 P.M.

    SUNDAY 7:30 A.M., 9:00 A.M., 10:30 A.M., 12:00N

    HOLY DAY VIGIL AS ANNOUNCED

    HOLY DAYS AS ANNOUNCED

    CONFESSIONS SATURDAYS 3:00-4:00 P.M.

    THURSDAYS BEFORE FIRST FRIDAY 4:45 P.M.

    Madonna of the Chair

    Raphael

    Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

  • SAINT THERESA OF AVILA WEST ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS

    NO MUSIC A NOTE FROM MONSIGNOR HELMICK

    I am writing this note for the June 10 bulletin and it is Tuesday, June 5. I have been sitting at my desk, pen in hand, wondering what on earth to write about this week. Suddenly, it dawned on me that tomorrow, June 6, is the 74th Anni-versary of the U.S. led Allied Invasion of Normandy- - in 1949- - which set the stage for the end of the Second World War and freed the European continent of the violent, bloody reign of Adolph Hitler and his Nazi regime. The invasion of Normandy, on the northwest coast of France, was one of the largest land, air, and sea operations in history.

    I have a fascinating and unforgettable memory- - - a haunting memory- - - connected with the Invasion of Normandy. Several years ago, I had asked Peter Bailey, one of our dedicated PTA Members at the time, to organize a group of parents to paint the inside of the school, and I told Peter that I would be one of those painters. This all happened, and in 3 years, during the summers, the entire interior of the school was painted.

    In August of that first summer, I was in a classroom, painting along with one of our volunteer painters, Steve Kurk. As we went about our work, I told Steve that I had come across an old, black and white movie about the invasion of Normandy as I was going from station to station on the T.V. Sunday night. The name of the movie is “The Longest Day” and it was widely acclaimed as an excellent documentary presentation of the historical realities of the invasion, with a wonderful cast, and dramatic presentations of the events which occurred. And then, I said to Steve, who had not seen it, that one of the best parts of the movie was the spectacular background music.

    At that point, Steve put down his paint brush, looked at me, and said: “Father, there was no music on the beach at Normandy. I was in the United States Army and I was there, on the first day of the invasion. The only sounds to be heard were the sounds of the shells overhead from United States Navy vessels attacking the German outposts, the sound of the sniper fire coming at us as we tried to get on the beach from the landing craft, and - - - the worst sound- - - the sound of young American soldiers, in their teens and early twenties, crying out for their mothers as they lay wounded and dying on the beach.”

    As you can see, I have a long-lasting memory of Steve’s words. Every time I have flown over the Normandy coast since I heard what he said, I say a silent prayer for the soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice for our country on that Normandy beachhead, and as I write this note, 74 years after the event, I know that all of us should be grateful for the willingness of so many people- - mostly young people- - - to do what they did for the safety and security of the American people and for the people of the Allied nations for whom the United States of America came to the res-cue.

    Reverend Monsignor William M. Helmick Pastor

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    MASS SCHEDULE WEEK OF JUNE 10, 2018

    OFFERTORY COLLECTION

    MONDAY

    6:45 A.M. NOT SCHEDULED 4:00 P.M. JEAN AND GEORGE WARD TUESDAY

    6:45A.M. KITTY LAMIR—MEMORIAL MASS 4:00 P.M. JAMES MICARELLI—ANNIVERSARY MASS WEDNESDAY

    6:45 A.M. ROSE AND THOMAS BYRNE—MEMORIAL MASS 4:00 P.M. DECEASED MEMBERS OF KERRIGAN FAMILY— MEMORIAL MASS THURSDAY

    6:45 A.M. ROSEMARY L. CONNOLLY-ANNIVERSARY MASS 4:00 P.M. RICHARD AND BRENDA MULHOLLAND— MEMORIAL MASS FRIDAY

    6:45 A.M. WILLIAM LAMIR—MEMORIAL MASS 4:00 P.M. SHAWN O’MAHONY AND MAUREEN MORIARTY— MEMORIAL MASS SATURDAY

    6:45 A.M. DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE LAMIR FAMILY MEMORIAL MASS

    JUNE 2ND / 3RD

    OFFERTORY: $10,423 Please remember the Offertory and the Grand Annual Collection are our main sources of funds for paying our daily expenses. Thank you for your generosity!

    Silver and Golden Wedding Anniversary Mass

    His Eminence, Cardinal Sean O’Mal-ley, invites all couples celebrating their 25th and 50th Wedding Anniversary to join him for the Annual Wedding Anni-versary Mass to be celebrated on Sun-day, October 28 at 4:00 P.M. at Saint

    Mary Parish, 133 School Street, Waltham. To register, please go to bostoncatholic.org/weddinganniversarymass. For more information, please contact Kelly Tolman at 617-746-5803 or at [email protected] Formal invitations will be mailed to the Anniversary Couples approximately 2 weeks before the Mass.

    Look What’s Happening at Saint Theresa’s School A Mass will be offered in the Main Church for our Grade 6 students who are leaving us this year to continue their edu-cation at other schools. This Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, June 12 at 7:00 P.M. The last day of school will be Friday, June 15. Mass will be offered at 8:45 in the Main Church. All are welcome!

    A Note from Father Bradford

    Many thanks to Monsignor Helmick and the many people from the parish who attended my 20th Anniversary of Ordi-nation Masses and / or sent cards and gifts. Your kindness and support are always much appreciated. Father John Nichols and Father Charles Higgins also attended the Mass in Chestnut Hill. Extra copies of the Mass card are avail-able in the rectory.

    Father Richard Bradford

    Summertime As summer begins and vacation time comes, we hope you will remember- - -as best you can- - -your weekly contribution to Saint Theresa’s Parish. The bills keep coming, salaries, insurance, and pension payments still need to be paid on time- - - even when our parishioners are enjoying well-deserved vacations and are not in West Roxbury. For whatever you are able to do in this regard, I will be most grateful!! However, everyone should make it to Sunday Mass, here or wherever your vacation takes you...and have a grand and glorious summer!!

    Reverend Monsignor William M. Helmick Pastor

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    THE CATHOLIC CHARITIES FOOD PANTRY remains in desperate need of donations. The situation continues to be urgent for many fami-lies with small children who will soon be home for the summer. You can bring your contributions of food to the rectory office, Monday through Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. On the weekends, please leave your food donations on the tables in the Pavilion. I am most grateful for your generous response to this prolonged appeal for food, and I know that the officials of Catholic Charities and the recipients of the food are most grateful to you as well.

    Reverend Monsignor William M. Helmick Pastor

    Readings for Week of June 10, 2018

    Sunday: Gn 3:9-15/Ps 130:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 [7bc]/2 Cor 4:13--5:1/Mk 3:20-35 Monday: Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3/Ps 98:1, 2-3ab, 3cd-4, 5-6 [cf. 2b]/Mt 5:1-12 Tuesday: 1 Kgs 17:7-16/Ps 4:2-3, 4-5, 7b-8 [7a]/Mt 5:13-16 Wednesday: 1 Kgs 18:20-39/Ps 16:1b-2ab, 4, 5ab and 8, 11 [1b]/Mt 5:17-19 Thursday: 1 Kgs 18:41-46/Ps 65:10, 11, 12-13 [2a]/Mt 5:20-26 Friday: 1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-16/Ps 27:7-8a, 8b-9abc, 13-14 [8b]/Mt 5:27-32 Saturday: 1 Kgs 19:19-21/Ps 16:1b-2a and 5, 7-8, 9-10 [cf. 5a]/Mt 5:33-37 Next Sunday: Ez 17:22-24/Ps 92:2-3, 13-14, 15-16 [cf. 2a]/2 Cor 5:6-10/Mk 4:26-34

    The Catholic Appeal As of Wednesday, June 6, parishioners of Saint Theresa’s have contributed $69,968.00, which is 85% of our assigned goal of $82,641 for this year. If you would like to contribute to the 2018 Catholic Appeal, the blue envelopes are avail-able in the pews, at the doors of the Church, and in the Pa-vilion as you leave Mass today. You may return the enve-lopes in the Offertory collection, by mail, or in person, at the rectory. We are at the halfway point of the Catholic Appeal, and I really appreciate your generosity. The Appeal Office has a policy of not giving a rebate to any Parish which does not reach its assigned goal. Our goal at Saint Theresa’s is $82,641 and we have arrived at $69,968 thanks to all of you who have contributed. And so, we are $12,673 short, which means that we will not be eligible for a rebate. And so, I am hoping and praying that anyone who has not yet made a contribution will find a way to make one very soon so we will get to our assigned goal and be eligible for a rebate from the Archdiocese. The rebate will help Saint Theresa’s Parish to pay our bills.

    Reverend Monsignor William M. Helmick Pastor

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