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On SUNDAY OF THIS WEEKEND!11:00 AM to 4:00 PMCome join in the FUN with yourSt. Patrick Family!FellowshipFunLive KarateDemo*Money Raffle*Quilt Raffle*Mickey MouseQuilt Raffle*Scratch Ticket TreeJumpy! InflatableRock Climbing Wall!InflatableGame Wall!Dot’sToyTable!Pony Rides!4 Raffles:FoodNo Shoes - Must Have Socks Only!Polish Food!LIVEMUSICby Chris BilodeauAnd Acoustic rockduo J&SFire Truckand PoliceCruiser toExploreYNIA Bake TablevvFood:DunkTankDunk theDeacon (Chris)and the PastorOh NO!Pork,Pulleds, HotBurgerndDogs aMore!Games for Kids of all ages*Face Painting*Sand Art*Selfie boothwith many fun props*Decorate your ownCupcake“Drop” RafflesThroughout theDay:- Gift Cards- Tickets- Fun ThingsSt. Patrick Parish1 Cross St., Whitinsville, MA 01588(Made by Cindy Finan)(Made by The Blackstone ValleyHeritage Quilters)Our Mission Statement: “Love God.Love One Another. Grow Disciples.”September 23, 2018

WelcomeSt. PATRICK PARISH: ‘A Faith Community since 1870’ -Rectory Phone: 508-234-5656MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday: 4:30 PM; Sunday 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 5:00 PM ; Monday-Wednesday 8:30 AMSACRAMENT of RECONCILIATION: Confessions are offered every Saturday from 3:30 - 4:00 PM in theChurch or by calling the Parish Office for an appointment.Parish StaffMembers of the family requesting the Mass are askedto bring the gifts of bread and wine to the altar. Please makeyourselves known to the lector and sit near the gifts.Rev. Tomasz Borkowski:PastorFrTomasz@mystpatricks.comWeekend of September 22/23Sat., 4:30 PMDeacon Patrick Stewart:DeaconDeaconPat@mystpatricks.comDeacon Chris Finan:DeaconDeaconChris@mystpatricks.com Dorothy Harris (4th Anniv.)- by her FamilySun., 8:00 AM John & Helen McCooey- by their FamilySun., 10:00 AM Parishioners of St. Patrick ParishSun., 5:00 PM Holy Souls in Purgatory- by Helpers of Holy SoulsMrs. Jackie Trottier:Operations ManagerJackie@mystpatricks.comSeptember 24-28Mrs. Aileen Lemoine:Pastoral Associate to Youth Ministry &Interim Coordinator of Children’s Ministries.Aileen@mystpatricks.comMondayMrs. Shelly Mombourquette:TuesdayAdministrative AssistantShelly@mystpatricks.com Pat Beaudoin- by Friends Rita Berkowicz & Theresa Kortecamp- by their FamilyWednesday Parishioners of St. Patrick ParishMr. Christopher Bilodeau:-Music DirectorWorship Leader for Sunday,5:00 PM MassChris@mystpatricks.comThursday -No MassMr. Jack Jackson:Friday -No MassCemetery Superintendent:Jack@mystpatricks.comFor Minister Schedule e-mail:OfficeSupport@mystpatricks.comWeekend of September 29/30Sat., 4:30 PM Ann Frankel (12th Anniv.)- by her Son & FamilyWedding CoordinatorMaryc@mystpatricks.com Raymond & Geraldine Armstrong- by Mary & John ArmstrongSun., 10:00 AM Jacob Johnson- by the Mombourquette FamilyMs. Jeanne LeBlanc:Sun., 5:00 PM-Volunteer Support Staff Mrs. Mary Contino:Staff SupportJleblanc@mystpatricks.comMrs. Marylin Arrigan:Staff Support, BulletinMarylin@mystpatricks.comSeptember 23, 2018Sun., 8:00 AM Parishioners of St. Patrick Parish-The Mass book is open for the months of October-December. If youwould like to book a mass in memory of a loved one please call therectory at 508-234-5656.Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

WelcomeFAITH FORMATIONLIFE IN THE PARISHREGISTRATION IS PAST DUE!If you haven’t done so please register atmystpatricks.com/registrationAs soon as possible for the 2018/2019 year.Summer Office Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9:00 AM - 4:00 PMRELIGIOUS EDUCATION SCHEDULEPre school-Grade 1 Sunday 10:00 AM - 11:00 AMGrades 2-5: Sun. 8:45 AM including attending the10AM MassChildren are to attend the 10:00 am Mass with theirparents/guardians and take part in the Children’sLiturgy of the Word.Grades 6, 7 & 8 Monday –6:45 PM - 8:00 PMHigh School: Sunday 5:00-7:30 PM Formal High SchoolClasses will take place September-March at varied dates.Session begins with the 5:00 PM Mass followed by HighSchool Programming in the center until 7:30 PM.We have a 5:00 PM Mass Sunday eveningsCome and Try it.Rectory Phone:508-234-5656Rectory Fax:508-234-6845Religious Ed. Phone:508-234-3511Parish Website: www.mystpatricks.comFind us on Facebook at St Patricks Parish WhitinsvilleSt Patricks Parish WhitinsvilleFollow us on Social Media!stpatsville@stpatricks20st.patricksparishAre You New to St. Patrick Parish?Become a member by going to mystpatricks.comto register on-line. Do you have students toregister for Religious Education? Go to the Religious Education tab and register on-line, or bythe office.Upcoming Second Collections:Sept. 30: Annual Catholic School CollectionUpcoming Baptism:Sept. 30: Ryan Richard Curtin, 11:30 AM, ChurchUpcoming Meetings/Events:Adoration Continues: Every Wednesday3:00-7:00 PM in the ChapelDo you have a 1/2 hour or hour to spend before theBlessed Sacrament? Stop in, and say a prayer.You will be glad you did.Weekly Prayer Group & Bible Study:Wednesday 7:00-8:00 PM in the ChapelAll Are Welcome!OUR LADY OF THE VALLEY REGIONAL SCHOOL71 Mendon Street, Uxbridge, MA mSacrament of Baptism: For information concerning ourParent and Godparent Preparation Program, pleasecontact the Parish Office approximately three to sixmonths before the child is born.Sacrament of Reconciliation: Confessions are offeredevery Saturday from 3:30 - 4:00 PM in the Church or bycalling the Parish Office for an appointment.Sacrament of Matrimony: Couples should contact a Parish Priest as soon as they decide to marry and before anyother arrangements are made. The Diocesan policy requires a minimum one-year period of preparation.Sacrament of the Sick & Homebound VisitsPlease inform us when a family member is admitted tothe hospital. Communion visits to the aged, sick, convalescing and homebound are a major concern to us. Please call theRectory at 508-234-5656 to arrange these ministerial visits.September 23, 2018Sept. 23: FAMILY FUN FESTSept. 25: Contemporary Music Ensemble Rehearsal, 7 PMSept. 26: Building Bridges faith Outreach for LGBTQ9 Parents &Adult Siblings and Relatives, Center, Rm. #1Sept. 26: Blackstone Valley Quilters Mtg., 6:30 PM, CenterSept. 30: Faith Formation begins Pre-5 9& 10Grade 11 Prayer Partners, 8:45 AMOct. 1: Faith Formation Classes Grades 6-8Oct. 2: Cantor rehearsal, 7 PM, ChurchOct. 4: Blessing of the PetsRCIA The Rite of Christian Initiation ofAdults teaches the history, traditions andSacraments of the Roman Catholic Church. NonCatholics or Catholic Adults seeking informationabout full initiation into the Catholic Church, through Baptism,Eucharist or Confirmation, should contact Deacon Chris Finan at(508) 234-5656.Music MinistryCantor Rehearsal: First and Third Tuesdays7:00-8:30 PMContemporary Music Ensemble Rehearsals:Second & Fourth Tuesday 7:00-9:00 PMNew Members are Always Welcome in any Music Ministry.Prayer Shawl MinistryAs a parishioner of St. Patrick’s, you can request aPrayer Shawl for someone whom you feel needscomfort by calling or e-mailing Tina Pilibosian at508-887-0497 or cpilibosian@gmail.com or call Shelly or Jackieat the rectory at 508-234-5656Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

WelcomeReflections:With the arrival of September Faith Formation has been preparing for the new faith year.Registrations have been coming in all summer. We have every teacher/catechist we need forevery class! Some catechists have been teaching for a long time, some took a break and arereturning, some are new to the parish. Four of our catechists are students at Holy Cross andtwo are high school students. All together we have 28 people as our catechists for the 20182019 year. On September 9th the catechist came together for a five hour meeting. We spenttime talking about our goals for the upcoming year. We shared Adoration together. The catechists broke upinto age levels and start to work together on presenting the curriculum and engaging our children and ourteens. Deacon Patrick spoke to us about the importance of Mass and Eucharist to feed us on our journey.Deacon Chris spoke of ways to engage students and ways to bring technology to the classroom. Jason Graya parishioner who works with special needs children in the public schools came and spoke to us about waysto make all of our children successful in our program.This past weekend we had our Confirmation overnight retreat. Our 11th grade students came on retreatwith our 8 God Squad leaders. The God Squad leaders are 8 teens who were confirmed last May. Theyhave spent the summer months training to be peer mentors and planning the entire retreat. They put theirhearts into making this the best retreat they could for their peers. I have so much respect for each one ofthese students. They are Skylar Chase, Emma Holtz, Casey Paulhus, Jon Ramalho, Lily Salatiello, SophieSalatiello, Jed Wermuth and Brian Wildman. They have hours of their time to work for this retreat. They support each other and worked so incredibly well together. With the retreat over any of the retreatants are nowable to join God Squad. The veteran members and new members will now work to put together a retreat forour Middle School students in March.This weekend we will celebrate our Parish Family with our festival on Sunday. Last year at the Festival Ihad just started here and didn’t know many of you. I am looking forward to celebrating our Parish with younow that I know you better. Next weekend we start up with Faith Formation again. While the break was niceI am looking forward to our children and teens coming back. I look forward to being with all of our kids again.The other day I was driving by Foppema’s and realizing their season will soon come to an end. Yet I drive bytwice a day four days a week and I only stopped in once this summer. It reminded me how fast time goesand seasons change. This week my husband and I will celebrate our 25th anniversary! Again, how fast timegoes by. I am trying to take a moment and just enjoy today before it passes by. I can’t wait to see you at thefestival and enjoy our day together.Peace, AileenThe Chapel is available for families to use during Masses on theweekend. Mass is streamed in and there is plenty of room for our youngerparishioners to roam around.We are starting TWO NEW EMAIL/CONTACT PROGRAMSSOON- “Ministry Scheduling Pro” and “Flock Notes.” If you havenot been receiving emails from St. Patrick’s or have changedyour email address, please contact the office or Shelly so wecan update your information.Thank you!September 23, 2018Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

WelcomeYes we are still going strong,to date we have served over30,000 meals since we beganin February of 2014. We wishto thank all of you that havemade monitory gifts as well as those that share theirgifts of time and talent.It is through the dedication of our 9 teams ourBread Ministry and our Community Garden that wecontinue to serve our local community. We havegiven 402 pounds of Organic Vegetables to ourguests. As you can see Ray and his garden teamhave worked really hard again this year.Those we serve are grateful for all we do for them.As we start the fall we are looking for help to roundout our teams. Please consider joining us as weserve. Maybe you have a group of friends thatwould like to get together once every 9 or 10 weeks.We would gladly add another team. Feel free to email Shelly@mystpatricks.com or call at 508-2345656.All Souls Day Memorial ServiceIf you have lost a loved oneduring this past year andwould like them rememberedin our All Souls Day Memorial Service on November 7th, please email Jackie at: Jackie@mystpatricks.com or call the office at:508-234-5656Knights of ColumbusMumford Council #365If you are not a member of theKnights of Columbus and would like tojoin us, please contact Grand KnightRobert Renaud at 508-278-3257.Installation of officers ofthe Mumford Council ofthe Knights of Columbusheld on September 15th.Looking for volunteers ready tocelebrate the Christmas season!Anyone interested in joining the liturgyformation Christmas committee, pleasecontact Ray Kane at 508-341-2240 or atrjkane76@gmail.com.September 23, 2018Upcoming Meeting: “Building Bridges”Anyone interested in the“Building Bridges” Faith Outreach Group for Parents andAdult Siblings and Relativesof LGBT family membersplease contact:Marylin Arrigan at 508-372-9135 or email her at:marrigan110@gmail.com or Marylin@mystpatricks.com or you can contact the officeat 508-234-5656.The next meeting will be on Wednesday,September 26th at 6:30 PM in the ParishCenter, Rm. #1.Grieving with Great HOPE is a five weekgrief support workshop series that offersa prayerful, practical and personalapproach for anyone who is mourning theloss of a loved one. If you have lost aspouse, a child (including pregnancyloss), a grandchild, a parent, another family member, or afriend, no matter when, you are encouraged to attend.Everyone experiences loss in their own unique way.Everyone will gather together as a community of faith andjourney to become disciples of hope. The workshop willbe facilitated by Linda Small, LICSW and LynnNormandin. The workshop will consist of both videopresentations and discussions. This program comes fromGood Mourning Ministry, a Catholic bereavementapostolate. Advanced registration by October 2 is 15.00,after is 20.00. Meeting dates are October 11, 18, 25,November 8, 15, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM in the parish hall.Please call the office for more details or emaildmoriarty@stmaryuxbridge.org.Thank You!Thank you for all the generous giftsof school supplies. We brought 35back packs and many bags of supplies to DCF main office.They were very grateful.Parish Giving:Budgeted Average Weekly: 8,500.00Actual w/e: 9/17/2018: 6,165.00Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

WelcomePrayer for Those in the ServiceAlmighty God, we stand before you asking for your divine mercy and protection. Embrace with yourinvincible armor our loved ones in all branches of the service. Give them courage and strength against allenemies both spiritual and physical and hasten their safe journey back to their homes and families. AmenPlease remember the following service personnel in your Prayers as they serve and protect our country:Pvt. Tyler Finnigan, US Army, Ft. Devens, MA L.Cpl. Aaron Marshall, Okinawa, Eric Hoyt, Machinist 1st Class,USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, U.S. Army, L.Cpl. Troy Monteville, Stateside,Ensign Robert Baker, USCG Cutter Dependable, Capt. Jason Jordan, US Army, So. Korea,Michael DeFazio Deployed, Nicole DeFazio Deployed USS Monterey CG61.John 21 Community GardenThese are some of thepictures from last week andthis week. We are now over402 pounds! The flowers arefrom the sweet potatoes.Great Job Everyone!How About Making a Cursillo Weekend?Our last 2018 date is: Women’s - October 25-28; and our2019 dates are: Men’s - March 21-24 & October 10-13; Women’s - May 2-5 & November 14-17. All weekends will be held atthe Immaculate Conception Spiritual Renewal Center in Putnam, CT.For additional information, please contact SueLeighton at 508-278-3155 or sleighton1958@gmail.com OR Joan Laracy at 774-2392474 or joanlaracy@yahoo.com.Volunteers needed for end of life comfortprogram at Milford Regional Medical CenterBased on the “No One Dies Alone” program, Compassionate Companion Volunteers provide a comforting,compassionate, presence for patients at end of lifewho would otherwise be alone.If you are interested in volunteering as a Compassionate Companion or to find out more,please contact: Elaine Willey – Director of VolunteerServices, Milford Regional Medical Center atewilley@milreg.orgPlease apply by October 7th to be included in thisyear’s upcoming training. Volunteers will be interviewed, screened and trained.September 23, 2018NAC Food Pantry (508-234-4599)pen Tues.10:00 AM - Noon & Thurs. 1-3 PMPlease remember those that are lessfortunate. The NAC Food Pantry helps local areafamilies, and will accept any nonperishable foodin date. If you would like to donate please drop items off in theboxes at the entrance of the Church or drop a donation in theCELEBRATING MISSIONS!On Saturday, October 13, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Fairlawn,Pleasant Street, and The River CRCs will be hosting a freeworkshop on missions titled "Helping that Helps" at FairlawnCRC (305 Goldthwaite, Whitinsville). Presenters from the organization, World Renew, will lead this interactive workshop. Sign up online at https://www.fairlawncrc.org/outreach/world renew workshop.cfm. A light breakfast will be served.Call the Fairlawn office at 508-234-2838 with questions.Coming Up on Oct. 20that 8:30 AM:Blackstone Valley CropWalk to support our local food pantry andworld hunger. See Carolyn Lavallee for registering and donating. Watch for more details.Environmental Opportunities- this week andnext few weeks:This Sunday, Sept 23: (If you are not attending the St Patrick Family Fun Parish Festival)Attend: Worcester Catholic Environmental Conference atCollege of the Holy Cross, Worcester- 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM- for details, go to St Patrick website and click on Environmental Stewardship link or go directly to http://environment.worcesterdiocese.org or see bulletin boardsat entries to our church.This Wednesday, September 26:Attend this week's Season of Creation in Art, Music,Prayer, Reflection at 7:00 PM (after Adoration) Thisweek's topic: “HEALING"Any time: go to web for Mass Audubon's Your Great OutdoorsTwenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sep 23, 2018 · -Gift Cards-Tickets-Fun Things v v No Shoes - Must Have Socks Only! 4 Raffles: *Money Raffle *Quilt Raffle *Mickey Mouse Quilt Raffle *Scratch Ticket Tree On SUNDAY OF THIS WEEKEND! 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM Come join in the FUN with your St. Patrick Family! Fellowship Fun Fo