AUGUST 19, TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

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BAPTISM

Please make arrangements at the Rectory. Baptismal instructions for parents and godparents are required beforehand.

SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION

Daily 12 PM—12:15 PM and by appointment. MARRIAGE

Couples planning marriage should contact the Rectory at least one year before wedding is scheduled.

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

Every First Friday following the 12:15 PM Mass until 6 PM. ANOINTING OF THE SICK

Emergencies at any time by calling (973) 623-0497. In case of illness or incapacity, Holy Communion will be brought to the home on request. VOCATIONS

If you are discerning a vocation, please contact the Vocations Office at (973) 313-6190 or by e-mail at newpriestnj@gmail.com. For more information, visit newpriestnj.com or contact Fr. Bismarck.

AUGUST 19, 2018 · 20TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

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Pro-Cathedral has opened wide its doors to the City of Newark. In the spirit of this tradition, we seek to create a culture of encounter that enables

people to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ and become His disciples. OUR PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

SACRAMENTS

FIND US ONLINE

WWW.STPPCNEWARK.COM

ENCOUNTER

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Rev. Bismarck Chau, Pastor

Rev. Juan Alexander Ortega, Parochial Vicar Mr. Leonidas Aponte, Deacon

Joselina Castillo, Parish Catechetical Leader Brandon Ocampo, Director of Youth & YA Ministry Margaret Clark, Administrative Assistant

Ana Perez, Secretary

WEEKEND ASSISTANTS Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Wister

PASTORAL STAFF

SUNDAY — 9:15 AM (English), 10:45 AM (Spanish) SATURDAY VIGIL — 4 PM (English)

HOLY DAY VIGIL MASS — 7 PM (Bilingual) DAILY MASS (M-F) — 12:15 PM in the Chapel MONDAYS — 7 PM (Spanish) in the Chapel

MASS SCHEDULE

91 WASHINGTON STREET, NEWARK, NJ, 07102 Rectory: 39 Bleeker St., Newark, NJ, 07102

Rectory Hours: 8 AM—3 PM Phone: (973) 623-0497 or (973) 623-0822

Fax: (973) 623-2030 EMAIL: info@stppcnewark.org

“Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life,

and I will raise him on the last day.”

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SATURDAY, August 18th

4:00 PM Carmine and Rose Sansone † SUNDAY, August 19th 9:15 AM Dorothy J. Demaio † 10:45 AM Antonio Munet † Ernestina Basante † Cristian Amagua † Ramon Vargas † Wilda Gregory †

MONDAY, August 20th – St. Bernard, Abbot and Doctor of the Church

12:15 PM Rev. John E. Basil † 7:00 PM

TUESDAY, August 21st – St. Pius X, Pope 12:15 PM James F. Goodness †

WEDNESDAY, August 22nd — The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary

12:15 PM Eddy Carnevale † THURSDAY, August 23rd

12:15 PM Dorothy Santangello †

FRIDAY, August 24th — Saint Bartholomew, Apostle 12:15 PM Joseph Santangello †

“†” indicates person is deceased

We sincerely hope you feel at home here and want to make Saint Patrick’s your parish. There are two easy ways to become a registered member. Fill out our online registration form at stppcnewark.com/newmember or register at the Welcome Table after any weekend Mass. As a registered member, you will receive all mailings as well as giving envelopes for your weekly offering.

THE WINE consecrated and distributed at all Masses today has been offered for the repose of the soul of Richard Rivera.

THE HOSTS used today at all Masses have been offered for the spiritual and temporal welfare of Julia and Belky Tejedor.

THE TABERNACLE CANDLE used today at all Masses has been offered for the spiritual and temporal welfare of Val and Yolanda Iacovantuno. THE CANDLES used today at all Masses have been offered for the repose of the soul of Virginia Laracuente.

The wine, hosts, and tabernacle candle may be offered in honor of a loved one for a month.

The Wisdom of God has prepared a feast, we hear in today’s First Reading. We must become like children (see Matthew 18:3–4) to hear and accept this invitation. For in every Eucharist, it is the folly of the Cross that is represented and renewed.

To the world, it is foolishness to believe that the crucified Jesus rose from the dead. And for many, as for the crowds in today’s Gospel, it is foolishness—maybe even madness—to believe that Jesus can give us His Flesh to eat.

Yet Jesus repeats himself with gathering intensity in the Gospel today. Notice the repetition of the words “eat” and “drink,” and “my Flesh” and “my Blood.” To heighten the unbelievable realism of what Jesus asks us to believe, John in these verses uses not the ordinary Greek word for eating but a cruder term, once reserved to describe the “munching” of feeding animals.

The foolishness of God is wiser than human wisdom (see 1 Corinthians 1:18–25). In His foolish love, He chooses to save those who believe that His Flesh is true food, His Blood, true drink. Fear of the Lord, the desire to live by His will, is the beginning of true wisdom, Paul says in today’s Epistle (see Proverbs 9:10). And as we sing in today’s Psalm, those who fear Him shall not want for any good thing.

Again today in the liturgy, we are called to renew our faith in the Eucharist, to forsake the foolishness of believing only what we can see with our eyes.

We approach, then, not only an altar prepared with bread and wine, but the feast of Wisdom, the banquet of heaven —in which God our Savior renews His everlasting covenant and promises to destroy death forever (see Isaiah 25:6–9).

Let us make the most of our days, as Paul says, always, in the Eucharist, giving thanks to God for everything in the name of Jesus, the bread come down from heaven.

WEEKLY MASS INTENTIONS

WEEKLY REMEMBRANCE

ARE YOU NEW TO SAINT PATRICK’S?

WE’RE GLAD YOU’RE HERE! Saint Patrick’s is a diverse and vibrant community of faith that offers many opportunities to enrich your spiritual life, serve those in need, educate yourself and your family, and most importantly, to belong. Whoever you are, no matter where you find yourself on the journey of faith, you are welcome and wanted here.

Take time to discover for yourself an authentic and welcoming community that you can call home.

GET INVOLVED

Whether you’re interested in serving, connecting with others, worshipping, giving, or growing spiritually, we offer many opportunities for adults of all ages and youth to choose from. This bulletin, along with our website, is the best source of information for those wanting to engage.

“WISDOM’S FEAST” BY DR. SCOTT HAHN BECOME A MEMBER

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GRUPO DE ORACIÓN

7 PM, todos los Lunes (En la Iglesia)

GRUPO DE INTERCESIÓN Y REPARACIÓN “JESUS EUCARISTÍA” 7 PM, todos los Miercoles (En la Capilla)

ZUMBA

9 AM, Every Saturday (Convent Basement)

Alexander J. Shaia, Ph.D., is an educator, psychologist, spiritual director, liturgist, writer, and professional speaker. He is the founder and director of the Blue Door Retreat in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dr. Shaia travels internationally, lecturing and conducting workshops, grounded in the concepts outlined in second edition of his book, Heart and Mind.

QUADRATOS - The Four Gospel Journey with Dr. Alexander Shaia Sun, August 26, 2018, 4 PM – 7 PM, Saint Patrick's Pro-Cathedral Dr. Shaia will present his development of the unique and transformational principles from the four gospels - dubbed Quadratos - that can help to foster both personal development and spiritual growth in any community. Copies of "Heart and Mind", 2nd edition will be available at the venue for purchase and an autograph ($20 each).

QUADRATOS & The Camino - Two Spiritual Journeys with Dr. Alexander Shaia

Mon, August 27, 2018, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Mr. Adams Steakhouse, 1034 McCarter Highway, Newark, NJ

07102

St. Patrick’s Pro Cathedral will host a DINNER with Dr. Shaia as a keynote speaker, where he will provide an overview of the Quadratos concepts, and share his experiences as a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago (a.k.a. the Way of St. James) in Spain, a 40-day journey that he will be taking for the seventh time imme-diately following his visit to Newark.

Cost of the dinner and beverages are included in the ticket price ($25).

For more information, contact info@stppcnewark.org! QUADRATOS SERIES WITH DR. ALEXANDER SHAIA

CATHOLICNWK: YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY (18-39) Community doesn't happen by accident. Get connected. Join young adults (18-39) from around the Archdiocese of Newark for intentional gatherings of the heart. Every Tuesday night at

the Newman Catholic Center in Newark. CatholicNWK is a Christ-centered, intentional community of young adults. We

exist as a response to the glorious unrest for renewal in our Archdiocese. This week’s gathering will be about living out our

faith in our daily life and work! 7:00 PM - Eucharistic Adoration

8:00 PM - Gathering, Snacks, Talk & Discussion, etc. For more info, email catholicnwk@gmail.com!

SPANISH CLASSES

The Hispanic Apostolate of the Archdiocese of Newark is once again pleased to offer its Spanish Language Class and Cultural Program starting this September. This is open to all parish employees, volunteers, ministry leaders, and parishioners.

The Beginner Session starts on Wednesday, September 5th and the Intermediate Session starts on Thursday, September 6th. For

the Advanced Session, please call Marissa Espinosa at (973) 497-4013. Sessions are held weekly at the Archdiocesan

Center in Newark (171 Clifton Ave.) from 10 AM— 12 PM. The weekly classes go to June 2019. Cost: $150.00 per session (Beginners, Intermediate, or Advanced).

To register, please contact Marissa Espinosa at (973) 497-4013 or at marissa.espinosa@rcan.org.

LIFE TEEN YOUTH MINISTRY (13-18)

SAVE THE DATES!

PARENT’S MEETING (FOR PARENTS OF TEENS 13-18) Date and time to be announced. Pizza will be served! YOUTH MINISTY KICK-OFF BBQ

Sunday, 9/9, 10:30 AM — 2 PM in the Parish Garden FIRST LIFE NIGHT (WEEKLY YOUTH GROUP GATHERING) Sunday, 9/16 @ 1:30 PM in the Newman Center

For more information, or to get involved, please contact Brandon

Ocampo (Youth Minister) at (201) 562-2016 or at bdnocampo@gmail.com.

ONGOING PROGRAMS + EVENTS AT SAINT PATRICK’S WEEKLY COLLECTION (WEEK OF 7/29/18) TOTAL: $1518.26 Thank you for your support!

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19 DE AGOSTO DE 2018 · XX DOMINGO ORDINARIO

Esperamos sinceramente que te sientas como en casa y quieras hacer San Patricio tu parroquia. Hay dos maneras fáciles de convertirse en un miembro registrado. Complete nuestro formulario de inscripción en línea en stppcnewark.com/ newmember o regístrese en la Mesa de Bienvenida después de cualquier Misa de fin de semana. Como miembro registrado, recibirá todos los correos y también los sobres para su oferta semanal.

EL VINO consagrado y distribuido en todas las Misas de hoy ha sido ofrecido para el descanso del alma del Richard Rivera.

LAS HOSTIAS usadas hoy en todas las Misas han sido ofrecidas por el bienestar espiritual y temporal de Julia and Belky Tejedor.

LA VELA DEL TABERNÁCULO utilizada hoy en todas las Misas se ha ofrecido para el bienestar espiritual y temporal de Val y Yolanda Iacovantuno.

LAS VELAS que se usan hoy en todas las Misas se han ofrecido para el descanso del alma de Virginia Laracuente.

The wine, hosts, and tabernacle candle may be offered in honor of a loved one for a month. AGOSTO: MES DEL INMACULADO CORAZON

WEEKLY REMEMBRANCE

¿ERES NUEVO/A A SAN PATRICO?

¡ESTAMOS CONTENTOS DE QUE ESTÉN AQUÍ! San Patricio es una comunidad de fe diversa y vibrante que ofrece muchas oportunidades para enriquecer su vida espiritual, servir a quienes lo necesitan, educarse a sí mismo y a su familia, y lo más importante, pertenecer. Quien quiera que sea, sin importar dónde se encuentre en el camino de la fe, ers bienvenido y deseado aquí.

Tómese el tiempo para descubrir por sí mismo una comunidad auténtica y acogedora a la que puede llamar su hogar.

INVOLUCRARSE

Ya sea que esté interesado en servir, conectarse con otros, adorar, dar o crecer espiritualmente, ofrecemos muchas oportunidades para que los adultos de todas las edades y jóvenes puedan elegir. Este boletín, junto con nuestro sitio web, es la mejor fuente de información para aquellos que deseen participar.

Como escuchamos en la primera lectura de este domingo, la Sabiduría de Dios nos ha preparado un banquete. Debemos hacernos como niños (Cfr. Mt 18, 3-4) para poder escuchar y aceptar esta invitación; para dar-nos cuenta que en cada Eucaristía se representa y renueva la locura de la cruz. Para el mundo, es una tontería creer que Jesús crucificado resu-citó de entre los muertos. Para muchos, como la multitud que describe el Evangelio de hoy, es locura —o incluso enfermedad— creer que Jesús puede darnos a comer su carne. Sin embargo, Jesús es insistente en el Evangelio de este domingo. Es notoria la repetición de las palabras, “coman” y “tomen”; “mi carne” y “mi sangre”. Para subrayar el increíble realismo de lo que Jesús nos pide creer, San Juan ocupa en estos versícu-los, no la palabra griega ordinaria para “comer”, sino otra más cruda que se refiere al “masticar” de los animales rumiantes.

“La locura de Dios es más sabia que la sabiduría humana” (1 Co 1,18-25). En la “locura” de su amor, Él decide salvar a quienes creemos que su Carne es verdadera comida y su Sangre verdadera bebida. El temor de Dios, el deseo de vivir de acuerdo a su voluntad, es el comienzo de la verdadera sabiduría (Cfr. Pr 9, 10). Y como cantamos en el salmo de este domingo, nada falta a quienes temen al Señor.

La liturgia de este día nos invita, nuevamente, a renovar nuestra fe en la Eucaristía. . Nos llama a no caer en el absurdo de creer solo aquello que vemos con nuestros ojos. Nos acercamos, pues, no solo a un altar preparado con pan y vino, sino al banquete de Sabiduría, al banquete del cielo, en el que Dios nuestro Salvador renueva su Alianza eterna y promete destruir la muerte para siempre (Cfr. Is 25, 6-9).

Aprovechemos bien nuestros días, dando continuamente gracias a Dios en la Eucaristía por todas las cosas, en el nombre de Jesucristo, Pan baja-do del cielo (Cfr. Ef 5, 20).

“BANQUETE DE SABIDURÍA” POR DR. SCOTT HAHN CONVIÉRTETE EN MIEMBRO

El corazón físico de María es venerado porque está unido a su persona y es la sede de su amor (especialmente para su Hijo divino), la virtud y la vida interior. El 31 de octubre de 1942, el Papa Pío XII hizo un acto solemne de consagración de la Iglesia y del mundo entero al Inmaculado Corazón. Recordemos esta devoción durante todo el año, pero especial-mente durante el mes de agosto.

SALVAR LAS FECHAS!

REUNIÓN DE PADRES (PARA PADRES DE ADOLESCENTES 13-18) - Fecha y hora serán anunciadas. Habrá pizza! BBQ PARA LOS JOVENES (13-18) - Domingo, 9/9, 10:30 AM - 2 PM en el Jardín de la Parroquia

PRIMERA “LIFE NIGHT” (REUNIÓN SEMANAL DEL GRUPO DE JÓVENES) - Domingo, 16 de Septiembre a la 1:30 p.m. en el Newman Center

Para obtener más información, o para participar, comuníquese con Brandon Ocampo (Ministro de Jovenes) al (201) 562-2016 o bdnocampo@gmail.com.

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Universal – The Treasure of Families That any far-reaching decisions of economists and politicians may protect the family as one of

the treasures of humanity.

EVERY THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH — Next Class (English) — August 19th after 9:15 AM Mass

CLASES DE BAUTISMO CADA TERCER DOMINGO DEL MES — Próxima Clase (Español) — 19 de Agosto después de la Misa de 10:45 AM

AROUND THE ARCHDIOCESE (AND MORE!)

POPE FRANCIS' PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR AUGUST THE GOLDEN ARROW PRAYER: A PRAYER OF REPARATION

AUGUST: DECIATED TO THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY The month of August is dedicated to the Immaculate Heart. Since the 16th century Catholic piety has assigned entire months to special devotions. The month of August is traditionally dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The physical heart of Mary is venerated (and not adored as the Sacred Heart of Jesus is) because it is united to her person and is the seat of her love (especially for her divine Son), virtue, and inner life. Such devotion is an incentive to a similar love and virtue.

This devotion has received new emphasis in this century from the visions given to Lucy Dos Santos, oldest of the visionaries of Fatima, in her convent in Tuy, in Spain, in 1925 and 1926. In the visions Our Lady asked for the practice of the Five First Saturdays to help make amends for the offenses committed against her heart by the blasphemies and ingratitude of men. The practice parallels the devotion of the Nine First Fridays in honor of the Sacred Heart.

On October 31, 1942, Pope Pius XII made a solemn Act of Consecration of the Church and the whole world to the Immaculate Heart. Let us remember this devotion year-round, but particularly through the month of August.

Excerpted from The Prayer Book by Reverend John P. O'Connell, M.A., S.T.D. and Jex Martin, M.A.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Assistant to the Religious Director (East Rutherford) St. Joseph’s Church in East Rutherford. For more information, contact Monica Sidorick at (201) 939-0457 or at stjosepher@aol.com.

Administrative Assistant (Fort Lee)

Christ the King School in Fort Lee more information, contact Mrs. Cynthia Schirm (Principal) at

cschrim@christtheteacherschool.org BAPTISM CLASSES

THE ARCHDIOCESE REPORTS ALL ALLEGATIONS OF

ABUSE

The Archdiocese of Newark takes very seriously any and

all complaints of sexual misconduct by members of the

clergy, Religious and lay staff of the Archdiocese. We

encourage anyone with knowledge of an act of sexual

misconduct to inform the Archdiocese immediately so

that we may take appropriate action and provide

support to the victim. Although the Archdiocese

immediately reports all abuse allegations to the

appropriate County Prosecutor, it also encourages

victims to independently report such matters to the

Prosecutor. Individuals who want to report an allegation

of sexual misconduct to the Archdiocese may do so by

calling the Victim's Assistance Coordinator of the

Archdiocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection at:

(201) 407-3256

The phone numbers for the County Prosecutors within

the Archdiocese are:

Bergen (201) 226-5689

Essex (973) 753-1121

Hudson (201) 795-6400

Union (908) 965-3879

ARCHDIOCESAN INFORMATION

The Golden Arrow is an important prayer that Jesus gave to Sister Mary of St. Peter, a Carmelite nun in France, in August of

1843. Sister Mary called it “an Act of Praise that our Lord Himself dictated to me, notwithstanding my unworthiness, for

the reparation of Blasphemy [insulting or disrespectful thoughts or behavior] against His Holy Name.” Please join us as we pray this prayer in reparation for all acts

done against Christ, His Holy Church, and His people.

May the most holy, most sacred, most

adorable, most incomprehensible and

unutterable Name of God be always praised,

blessed, loved, adored and glorified in Heaven,

on earth, and under the earth, by all the

creatures of God, and by the Sacred Heart of

Our Lord Jesus Christ, in the Most Holy

Sacrament of the Altar. Amen.

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