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Bap sm of the LordJanuary 10, 2016St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church333 Fording Island Road, Bluffton, SC 29909Office: 843-815-3100 Fax: 843-815-3150www.sgg.ccDiocese of Charleston Most Rev. Robert E. Guglielmone Bishop of CharlestonMASS SCHEDULESaturdaySunday4:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m.,7:15 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.,12:45 p.m. (en Español), & 5:00 p.m.Monday to Friday 6:45 a.m. (St. Andrew Chapel)Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. & 12:15 p.m. (SGG)Friday7:00 p.m. (en Español—SGG)Saturday8:30 a.m. (St. Andrew Chapel)RECONCILIATIONMonday to Friday after the 8:30 a.m. Mass &Friday6:15 to 6:45 p.m. (en Español—SGG)before the 12:15 p.m. MassSunday12:00 p.m. (en Español)Saturday 3:00 to 3:30 p.m.At other times by appointment with a Priest.

MUSICEnsemblesOrganHandbellsChoraleProcessional HymnGreeting9:00 a.m. Schola Cantorum & 11:00 a.m. SGG Chorale & Angelus Ringers“Baptized in Water” arr. by Callahan &“Partita on ‘Winchester New”11:00 a.m. “Carol of the Bells” Leonovitch/Thompson“Glory to God” by G.F. Handel#112 “When Jesus Comes To Be Baptized” Winchester NewGloriaCollectSeasonal Christmas Responsorial Psalm 98Christmas Gospel AcclamationHomilyCreedGeneral IntercessionsPreparation of the GiftsMusic during PreparationAnthem#654 “Baptized in Water” Bunessan9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. “Alleluia!” from CantataFor Us A Child Is Born by J.S. Bach

MUSICEucharistic AcclamationsMystery of FaithAmenLamb of GodHandbellsCommunion ChantChorale Anthem11:00 a.m. “O Come Little Children” arr. McKechnie”#320 “Bread of Life & #601 “Christ Be Our Light”9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. “African Alleluia” by Benjamin HarlanRecessional Hymn:Organ Postlude#78 “Joy The World” Antioch“Toccata on Joy To The World” by M. DellerSTART 2016 by participation in one of our Adult Music Ensembles6:00 p.m. ANGELUS RINGERS: RECRUITING NEW RINGERS!COME IMPROVE YOUR MUSIC READING AND RHTYMIC SKILLS JOIN THE ANGELUS RINGERS!6:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. SGG CHORALE – Adult Singers – No Audition – Non - Beginning – Experienced Readers Invited7:45 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Schola Cantorum (Experienced Music Readers and Singers)Contact Tom Tiehel – Director of Music ([email protected])

PASTORAL STAFFThe Rev. Msgr. Ronald R. Cellini,V.F.,V.P. PastorMASS INTENTIONSSat01/09/16The Rev. Fr. Luis E. SerranoParochial Vicar 843-815-3100The Rev. Fr. Matthew GrayParochial Vicar 843-815-3100Sun01/10/16Deacon Dennis W. Burkett843-368-4781 Deacon John Crapanzano843-706-2387 [email protected]/11/16Deacon Jim Graham843-705-4487 [email protected] Walt Hollis843-295-9192 [email protected] Mike Smigelski732-278-9106 [email protected] ANDSPECIAL huFriBlessed Virgin MaryPRAYER & DEVOTION8:30 AMRae LaPointe Intentions of Fr. DannyMurphy on his OrdinationFr. Matthew Gray8:30 AM12:15 PMJack E. Quiggle Joseph & Santina Arena Sandra ClarkLouis & Ann Barbato6:45 AM01/15/168:30 AM12:15 PM6:45 AMSun01/17/16ROSARY Monday—Friday 8:00 a.m.DIVINE MERCY DEVOTION Monday9:00 a.m.Judy GraciaDeceased Priests of MountSt. Mary’s SeminaryDeceased Priests of MountSt. Mary’s SeminaryEcle Cirillo Steven Reyes Deceased Priests of MountSt. Mary’s Seminary12:15 PM8:30 AM4:00 PM6:00 PMRose Keenan Margaret Hynes In Honor of St. JudeSinead Hodoscheff &Michael Walsh Kristi Huerter Henning Michael Bullett Eddie Gorman Joyce Silvernell 7:15 AMMagdalena Jarmulowicz 9:00 AMJoseph Vrcan 8:30 AMADORATION OF THE BLESSEDSACRAMENT 24/7 (Chapel at SGG)Charlie & Vickie DurkeePatricia McCausland &Michael RadiganJoan DeLude6:45 AM6:45 AM01/16/16Glynda Tumillo Mary Ann Stanic Frank & Alma Baker Frances Zaremba Michael Colvin People of the ParishNorb Pajunas Joyce Foster 01/14/16SatBarbara Bennett 6:45 AM8:30 AM12:15 PMThe Baptism of the LordWednesday: St. Hilary4:00 PM6:00 PM7:15 AM9:00 AM11:00 AM12:45 PM5:00 PM12:15 PMDeacon John McCabe843-705-7919 [email protected] Gregory W. Sams843-815-4141 [email protected]:30 AMREQUESTED BYLadies Ancient Order ofHiberniansTom & Nancy HooverHer FamilyRandy & Lynn SalazarStephen ZarembaRay & Ruth Leary11:00 AM12:45 PM5:00 PMJohn V. Ryan People of the ParishSaverio Emilio Funicella Fr. Matthew GrayFriend of the FamilyLaurie JonFr. Matthew GrayBonnie HowellHelen ThompsonGerry & Una WalshRay & Gerry LandryDave & Carol TiedemanKathie GormanLenny & RosemarieDuckmanRose Kearney-NunneryMichael & MicheleNickolasLaurie GnallJames & Nan Cooney DeceasedMIRACULOUS MEDAL DEVOTIONTuesday 9:00 a.m.READINGS FOR THE WEEKSTATIONS OF THE CROSS FOR VOCATIONSWednesday 9:00 a.m.Monday:1 Sm 1:1-8; Ps 116:12-19; Mk 1:14 20Tuesday:1 Sm 1:9-20; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd;Mk 1:21 28PROLIFE ROSARY Thursday 9:00 a.m.CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUPThursday 7:30 p.m. (Saint Augustine Room)QUEEN OF PEACE PRAYER CENACLESaturday 9:00 a.m. (St. Andrew Chapel)CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD··Pre-K-1st Grade 11:00 a.m. MassNURSERY (1 year - 4 year) during 9:00 a.m.11:00 a.m. & 12:45 p.m. MassesWednesday: 1 Sm 3:1-10, 19-20; Ps 40:2, 5, 7-10;Mk 1:29 39Thursday:1 Sm 4:1-11; Ps 44:10-11, 14-15, 24-25;Mk 1:40 45Friday:1 Sm 8:4-7, 10-22a; Ps 89:16-19; Mk 2:1 12Saturday:1 Sm 9:1-4, 17-19; 10:1a; Ps 21:2-7;Mk 2:13 17Sunday:Is 62:1-5; Ps 96:1-3, 7-10; 1 Cor 12:4-11;Jn 2:1-11

PLEASE PRAY FOR THESE PARISHIONERSPOR FAVOR RECEN POR ESTOS FELIGRESESLouise AvianoRichard BaldwinKen BerdineCharles BoyerMiriam BradicanJanis BrodrickJackie BullettFrank BulsonWilliam BurcinEvelyn BurnsJack CanfieldTony CarusoJean CasellaDian CastleJude CheesmanBarbara ChervenakBob ChoutkaLenny ChristMaggie CreedenSonny deBethizyRita DiFranzaValerie DiLietoJoseph DiSantoCaitlynn DodgeMargaret DoranJoseph DownsDorothy DunnCharlie DurkeeLawrence DziombaAlaina EvansFrancine FaldermeyerJoan FerreiraAnnamae FinleyVirginia FischerMarge FitzgeraldMarilyn FullmerMichael GallagherSonia GallagherHelen GaudioConnie GiroirAdele GivenTerry GoetheAlice GoldeLinda GradyDick & Barbara GuterMarlene HaddadJoseph HahneBarbara HarrisonEd HassettJim HinesBob HolbrookElizabeth IretonStella JeffersRosemary JorgensenEmma JoyceJoyce P. KingCarol KusterDelphine LaSpisaRose Marie LaveryRobert LoehrLorraine MaloneyCathie MathiesenSandi MatthewsWilliam McCarthyBilly McHughRee MesserBob MooreAngela MunnellyPaul MurrinBill NaertBetty NeumanNancy O’BrienGerard O’ConnorRoland PetruzziLucille PflugDavid PinckneyMario ProsciaMary RennerJoe RuotoMary SantarcangeloFred SchmitzPeggy SchultzFrank SchwabFred SilvermanRobert SissonKate SmithBill StreicherHelen SullivanMary Anne SwaineLes ThompsonMyriam ThornewellJack TownesRichard TraceyFrenchie ViensKathy VigreRay VigreJimmy &Hildegarde WeldinPaige WenigerJoan WittClaire YoungRocky ZuendelJoe ZupancicIf you have a registered parishioner to add to ourprayer list, please contact the executive assistant in theparish office. Please let us know when it is time toremove a name from the list. Please inscribe thenames of non-parishioners (e.g. family members,friends, neighbors, co-workers) in the prayer intentionbook found in the church vestibule. Please inscribetheir name only once as their needs will beremembered at Masses throughout the year.If you are hospitalized or homebound and would liketo receive Communion, please call Pat & Gary Boylanat 941-204-7837.You may also contact someone from the EucharisticApostles of Divine Mercy who will pray the Chaplet ofDivine Mercy or other prayers with you. Please callLillian Pente at 843-705-7170.When we were growing up, my siblings and I wouldoften ask our grandmother to tell us stories about ourmother when she was young. We liked listening to ourmother tell those same stories from her perspective.The stories varied in some details, but it always felt likea veil was lifted on the past and we had some sense ofwhere we came from along with some insight about ourmother’s personality.She, of course, did the same thing for my daughters,making them giggle at thestory of my getting into herperfume bottle when I wasthree. Such stories connectus with the people we know.Old friends trade storiesof shared experiences; youngcompanions learn about theworld from the stories of theirelders and even from thestories their friends tell themabout their lives.In Acts, Peter appeals to his listeners by telling thestory they know so well. He even appeals to theirshared experience as he says, “You know ” (v. 36).Stories connect us to one another and open the door tounderstanding each other a little more and a littlebetter. In his story, Peter marks the baptism of Jesusas the beginning of his ministry. Our story in theChristian community begins with baptism as well. Peterrecords that Jesus went on “doing good and healing allthose oppressed by the devil, for God was with him” (v.38). What would the story of our lives after baptism tellpeople about us? Would someone like Peter tell peoplethat we went about doing good and loving God andneighbor?Mary Katharine [email protected] of the Baptism of the LordFittingly, this Jubilee Year of Mercy is also the Lectionary’s Year of Luke, for Luke’s Gospel highlights God’smercy in finding the lost, healing the sick, restoring the broken, comforting the sorrowful, forgiving the sinnerthrough Jesus’ ministry. But before doing, Luke’s Jesus is always praying. As practical moderns programmed tomeasure worth by productivity, we instinctively appreciate the Jubilee’s call to embrace the practical challenges ofour baptism. But today Luke focuses not on Jesus being baptized, but on Jesus praying after baptism. So mustwe pray to become the disciples we are called to be, that the Spirit empower us to do what disciples are called todo. Imitating Jesus’ openness to the Spirit will enable us to cooperate with the grace that transforms us into“beloved sons [and daughters] . . . in whom the Father is well pleased,” living out, in this Jubilee Year of Mercy,the extraordinary potential of our baptism.—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.

ADORACIÓNAÑO JUBILAR DE LA MISERICORDIAFIESTA DEL BAUTISMO DEL SEÑORQue providencial que este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia coincida con el año C del Leccionario, que es cuandotoca leer los domingos el Evangelio de Lucas el cual subraya la misericordia de Dios, encontrando lo perdido,sanando a los enfermos, restableciendo lo separado, consolando a los tristes, perdonando al pecador por mediodel ministerio de Jesús. ¡Pero antes de que esto suceda, Lucas presenta a Jesús orando! Como prácticasmodernas programadas para medir el costo por medio de la productividad, nosotros intuitivamente apreciamos elllamado del Jubileo incluyendo los desafíos prácticos de nuestro Bautismo. Pero hoy Lucas se concentra no enque Jesús se bautiza, sino en Jesús orando después de su bautizo. Así que debemos orar para convertirnos enlos discípulos a los que estamos llamados a ser, que el Espíritu pueda empoderarnos hacer lo que los discípulosestamos llamados a ser. Imitando la apertura de Jesús al Espíritu nos permitirá cooperar con la gracia que nostransforma en “amados hijos e hijas” “en quien el Padre se complace”, viviendo en este Año Jubilar de laMisericordia, el extraordinario potencial de nuestro Bautismo.—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.LECTURAS DE HOYPrimera lectura — Miren a misiervo, en quien tengo miscomplacencias (Isaías 42:1-4, 6-7)o Isaías 40:1-5, 9-11.Salmo — Te alabamos, Señor(Salmo 29 [28]) o Salmo 104 (103).Segunda lectura — Dios ungió con el Espíritu Santo aJesús de Nazaret (Hch 10:34-38) o Tito 2:11-14; 3:4-7.Evangelio — Después del bautismo de Jesús, el cielose abrió (Lucas 3:15-16, 21-22).Salmo responsorial: Leccionario I 1976, ComisiónEpiscopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia delEpiscopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso. Todos losderechos reservados.LECTURAS DE LA do:Domingo:1 Sm 1:1-8; Sal 116 (115):12-19; Mc1:14 201 Sm 1:9-20; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd;Mc 1:21 281 Sm 3:1-10, 19-20; Sal 40 (39):2, 5, 710; Mc 1:29 391 Sm 4:1-11; Sal 44 (43):10-11, 14-15,24-25; Mc 1:40 451 Sm 8:4-7, 10-22a; Sal 89 (88):16-19;Mc 2:1 121 Sm 9:1-4, 17-19; 10:1a; Sal 21 (20):27; Mc 2:13 17Is 62:1-5; Sal 96 (95):1-3, 7-10;1 Cor 12:4-11; Jn 2:1-11OBRAS DE MISERICORDIAESPIRITUALESSUFRIR CON PACIENCIALOS DEFECTOS DE LOSDEMASLa tolerancia y la paciencia ante los defectos ajenos esvirtud y es una obra de misericordia.Sin embargo, hay un consejo muy útil: cuando elsoportar esos defectos causa más daño que bien, no sedebe ser tolerante. Con mucha caridad y suavidad,debe hacerse la advertencia.¡Que fácil es ver la paja en el ojo del prójimo y novemos la viga en el nuestro!. Cuando seamos capacesde disimular los defectos de nuestro hermano,estaremos colaborando en la construcción del Reino delSeñor. Tengamos paciencia con los ancianos, los niños,el vecino, el compañero de trabajo y ellos la tendran connosotros, en nuestros defectos.VIRGEN PEREGRINALa imagen de Nuestra Señora deGuadalupehainiciadounaperegrinación por los hogares de lacomunidad parroquial de SaintGregory the Great. En esteperegrinarsepromueveelfortalecimiento de la oración enfamilia y además se motiva a quejuntos en familia oremos por lasvocaciones en el mundo. Si usted desea que la imagen deNuestra Señora les acompañe por una semana, por favorllame a la oficina del Ministerio Hispano 843-815-3100Ext. 334.

FAITH FORMATIONVIRTUSVOCATION CHALICE PROGRAMThe Safe Environment Program is required for Parishvolunteers working with youth or vulnerable adults. TheProgram has a number of steps: Initial application,Background Check by the Diocese and VIRTUS Trainingcourse. All steps must be completed before a person iscertified. There are three different Safe EnvironmentPrograms in the Parish depending on where you volunteer:Parish - Dr. Chris Gustafson 843.815.3100 x 327SGG School – Sandy Bougus 843.815.9988JPII School – Joanne Kearney 843.645.3838Please contact one of these people to start theapplication process.If you have completed the Initial Safe EnvironmentApplication, click on to register for one ofthe upcoming VIRTUS Training sessions. Refer anyVIRTUS questions to Mike Vezeau, 843-705-5847.Bereavement GroupAre you grieving the loss of a loved one? Join usand connect with a supportive group of people whoreally know how you feel. Help, comfort and care arehere for you at St. Gregory the Great. We meet everyTuesday in the St. Augustine Room in the church fromnoon to 1:30 p.m.If you wish to join us, please call Margaret deBethizy at843-705-5591.Sunday, January 1011:00 a.m. MassThe Evans Family5:00 p.m. MassThe Delgado FamilyA Mass for Healingwill be celebrated onJANUARY 16, 2016St. Peter Catholic Church70 Lady’s Island DriveBeaufort, SCPLEASE BRING YOUR BIBLES.Celebrant, Reverend Casmir MaduakorSt Peter’s Healing andIntercessory Prayer MinistriesCeline Sayers 843-271-5374FORMACIÓN DE FEINFORMACIÓN GENERALBAUTIZOS: Los bautismos se llevan acabo un sábado decada mes .Las pláticas de preparación son obligatoriaspara padres y padrinos. Los papas deben estar registradospor lo menos tres meses en la parroquia y los padrinosdeben estar casados por la Iglesia o solteros con todos lossacramentos. Se necesita un mínimo de 45 días para planearel bautismo después de tomadas las pláticas. Los niñosmayores de 5 años necesitan tomar una preparaciónadicional. Próxima clase el 20 de Febrero, 9:00—12:00 pm,en el Salón de St. Andrew. Por favor registrarse a la salidade Misa o llamando a la oficina del Ministerio Hispano.MATRIMONIOS:La preparación del Sacramento delMatrimonio toma un mínimo de seis meses a partir de laprimera cita, planee con anticipación. Para más informaciónllamar a la oficina del ministerio hispano.QUINCEAÑERAS: Esta celebración es ofrecida solo a losmiembros registrados y activos de la parroquia que hanrecibido la primera comunión. Toma un mínimo de seis mesespara la preparación. Por favor reserve la Iglesia antes delsalón de fiesta. Para mas información llamar a la oficina delministerio hispano.PRESENTACIONES DE NIÑOS: Las presentaciones de niñosdeben ser reservadas con 1 SEMANA de anticipación. Porfavor reservar la fecha llamando a la oficina de la parroquia,843-815-3100, ext. 334.UN MOTIVO PARA PASARTIEMPO EN ADORACIÓNNuestra Capilla de Adoración Perpetuanos da la oportunidad de pasar una horaen oración y darle gracias a Dios por lasbendiciones que hemos recibido. Estahora de paz y meditación con el SantísimoSacramento puede ser una oportunidad para rezar pornuestros amigos y familiares que están enfermos osimplemente por aquellos que necesiten de nuestrasoraciones.Nuestro deseo es tener a una persona presente cadahora, de las 24 horas del día, en contemplaciónsilenciosa y reflexión. Necesitamos más adoradorespara este ministerio, por favor sean generosos con sutiempo y anótense para pasar una hora con nuestroSeñor.Para más información o si solamente se quiere anotarpara donar una hora de su tiempo a la semana, favor dellamar a Cesar Gonzalez 843-295-9961 o escribirle [email protected]

SCHOOL NEWSST. GREGORY THE GREATCATHOLIC SCHOOL grades Pre-K—6Christopher Trott Principal843-815-9988 [email protected] BASKETBALLThe SGGCS girls and boysbasketball teams recently began their2015-2016 season.The teams,comprised of fifth and sixth graders,play against local middle schoolteams through mid-February. At theend of February, both teams travel toAikenforaDiocesanwidetournament.Visit www.sggcs.orgfor their full schedule.Catholic College Fair Night - The College Counseling Department of John Paul II CatholicSchool invites Catholic College and University Alumni to participate in our first annual CatholicCollege Fair Night! The event will be held on Thursday, March 10, 2016 from 6-7:30 PM at JohnPaul II Catholic School Commons. For more information please contact Leigh Ann Bacevich,College Advisor at [email protected] or Heidi Lazinski, School Counselor,College Advisor at [email protected] Students enjoy guest speaker Mike PatinMike has worked in ministry settings since 1984, first as a high school teacher and coach,and then in diocesan ministry for the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Since 2003, he hasworked full time as a speaker and “faith horticulturist.”Throughout his ministry, Mike has been privileged to speak to groups ranging from 10 to23,000 in over 130 dioceses in the U.S. and Canada. He has spoken at parish missions,conferences, rallies, retreats, leadership institutes, and in-services, addressing youth, adults,families, clergy, seminarians, school faculties, businesses, athletic teams and hospital staffs.He has been a featured speaker numerous times at the following national events: NationalCatholic Educational Association Convention, Los Angeles Religious Education Congress/Youth Day, NationalConference on Catholic Youth Ministry National Catholic Youth Conference, Notre Dame VisionMike has published two books: A Standing Invitation, and ThisWas Not in the Brochure: Lessons from Work, Life andMinistry.JOHN PAUL II CATHOLIC SCHOOL grades 7-11Walt Dupre Principal843-645-3838 [email protected]

PARISH LIFEWedding Coordinator MinistryDo you love weddings? Admit it, youenjoy looking at your children’s or friend’swedding pictures. Enjoy attendingweddings. Just seeing the love and joyon their faces brings a mist to your eyes. If this is true,then you might be interested in joining St. Gregory theGreat Wedding Coordinator’s Ministry. Volunteersselect weekends that suit their schedules. A shortcommitment of several hours the weekend of thewedding is all the time that is involved. The WeddingCoordinators work in pairs, and for a large wedding,three people may be assigned. There are no specialmeetings through the year, only an orientation. The nextorientation meeting for “new members” and membersalready part of this ministry will be on SaturdayFebruary 6th, at 10:30 am in the At. Augustine Room atthe church (behind the alter). If you have any questionsor would like mor

Fr. Matthew Gray 8:30 AM Ecle Cirillo + Friend of the Family 12:15 PM Steven Reyes + Laurie Jon Thu 01/14/16 6:45 AM Deceased Priests of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary Fr. Matthew Gray 8:30 AM Rose Keenan + Bonnie Howell 12:15 PM Margaret Hynes + Helen Thompson Fri 01/15/16 6:45 AM In Honor of St.. Jude 8:30 AM Sinead Hodoscheff+ &