October 14, 2018 Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
 


October 13, 2018 – Saturday Sobota
    4:00 PM sp. Michealine Papik from Deacon Steve and Betty Papik
        sp. Helen Granatek from Family

October 14, 2018 – Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
    8:30 AM sp. Janina and Zigmund Furmanek from Daughter
        sp. Janina Majder from Christine Hologa
    Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help following Mass
    1:00 PM For the alumni of St. Stanislaus School

October 20, 2018 – Saturday Sobota
    4:00 PM sp. John Stepien and Francis Strykowski from Family
        sp. Henry Oczkowski from Jane Oczkowski

October 21, 2018 – Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
    8:30 AM sp. Teresa and Emil and Julian Stopyra i Msgr. Stanisław Kempa od Andrew Najwer
        sp. Michael and Rita Bukala from Ted and Anna
    Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help following Mass

Please pray for all the intentions in the bulletin and for all the sick of the Parish, especially those in a hospital or nursing home.


Offertory: Last Week $2045
Thank You

Thank you to the following donors to the Parish Fund:
    Fran Boudreau

The second collection this weekend will be our Monthly Utilities Collection.

The second collection next weekend supports Catholic World Missions. By Baptism, all Catholics are called to participate in the mission of the Church and share their faith as missionaries. World Mission Sunday gathers support for the pastoral and evangelization programs and needs of more than 1,150 mission dioceses in Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands and remote regions in Latin America. The funds gathered on World Mission Sunday are distributed in the Pope’s name by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith – a Pontifical Mission Society. Please use either an envelope from your mini-packet or one available at the ushers’ stands.

This weekend Christmas cards showcasing last year’s Christmas altar and manger scene will be available after the Masses in the back of the church. The pictures were taken by a professional photographer and come with an English or Polish verse. Cards are $2.00. The original photographs are also being sold.

Clothing Drive – The list of wanted items and the drop-off dates is posted at the back of the church. Thank you to all who have been bringing in their items for this fundraiser.

Wielka zbiórka odzieży – od 10-tego Wrzesnia do 22 Pazdziernika
Lista porządanych rzeczy oraz dni w których można je oddawać wywieszona jest przed wejsciem do kościoła.
Wszystkim którzy odpowiedzieli na nasza akcje i tym samym wspomagaja nasza Parafie – serdecznie dziękujemy!!!! Bóg Zapłać!!!!

The Holy Trinity Senior Citizens Club is holding its annual “Fall Festival” downstairs in the Parish Hall on Saturday, November 3, from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Our kitchen includes kielbasa sandwiches and homemade gołąbki, pierogi, kapusta and chop suey. As always, we will be having the multi-ethnic bake table and the raffle section with its variety of enticing prizes. Opłatki will also be available as well as the new Christmas cards showcasing last year’s Christmas altar and manger scene. The raffle drawing will take place shortly after the 4:00 PM Mass. Come and bring your family and friends to help support the Club and Parish, which receives a large portion of the profits from this event. Hope to see you there.


Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

A modest proposal

Jonathan Swift set his 18th – century readers on fire when he “modestly” suggested that poverty in Ireland could be ended if the Irish would but resolve to eat their children. This grotesque recommendation was neither serious nor a joke, but something else: a wake- up call to the plight of the desperate. When Jesus offers his modest proposal of total renunciation of our property, we’re left in the same boat as Swift’s audience. Is Jesus serious or kidding? What is he saying about what’s most vital for life? Can’t we follow him – and drag all our cool stuff along?
Reprinted with permission from TakeFiveForFaith.com (© 2018).