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The Fourth Sunday of LentHoly Ghost ParishThe Fourth Sunday of Lent March 15, 2015March 15th, 2015

Holy Ghost Parish Whitman, MAHoly Ghost ParishWhitman, Massachusetts 02382Tel: 781-447-4421Fax: 781-447-1375www.holyghostwhitman.orgEmail: [email protected] mailing address: 518 Washington Street,Whitman, MA 02382The email address where you can contact the Joint ParishCouncil is: [email protected] STAFFPastor:Parochial VicarsRev. James MahoneyRev. Stephen HealyRev. Mark RileySenior Priest in Residence Rev. Joseph ArsenaultDeacons:Joseph NickleyRobert BalzariniJames McLaughlinFinance and Operations ManagerDennis LeonardDirector of MusicWilliam HealeyChildren’s ChoirMargaret HealeyOrganistLynn BartlettCantor:Dennis LeonardDirector of Religious EducationAnn T. LawrenceSuperintendent, Saint James CemeteryVincent TonelloParish SecretaryJanice GuillemetteCemetery OfficeKathy MacGilvrayFacilities Managers: Howard KingJames LewisDAILY LITURGIESMonday-Wednesday-Friday Mass at 9AMAt Holy GhostMasses on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with CommunionService on Saturdays at St. BridgetWEEKEND MASS SCHEDULESAT HOLY GHOSTSaturday at 4PMSunday Masses at 7:30AM and 10:30AMAT SAINT BRIDGETSaturday at 4PMSundays at 9AM and 12 NoonHOLY DAY MASS SCHEDULEAs AnnouncedDIVINE MERCY DEVOTIONTuesdays at 7PM in the lower chapel(confession available)PERPETUAL ADORATION OFTHE BLESSED SACRAMENTIn Divine Mercy Chapel (lower church)CONFESSIONBulletin Editor:Elaine MelisiBulletin items may be sent by email [email protected] or dropped at the rectory by 11AMon Mondays to be included in the next week’s bulletin.Rectory Entrance and Office Hours:The main office entrance is the front door of the rectoryon Washington Street.Parish Office HoursMonday through Friday9AM to 5PMSaturdayClosedSaturdays at 3PM or anytime by appointmentBAPTISMSecond and Fourth Sundays of each month at12Noon (Please arrive 15 minutes early).Call the rectory (781-447-4421) to arrangefor the sacrament.MARRIAGEPlease contact the rectory one year in advance.Couples meet with the priest before a date is set.Participation in a marriage program is required.

Holy Ghost Parish Whitman, MAMASS INTENTIONSFor the Week ofMarch 14 through March 22, 2015Saturday, March 14, 20159AM4PM(No Mass at Holy Ghost)(Communion Service at St. Bridget)Curly Gannon (1st anniv)Sunday, March 15, 20157:30AM10:30AMTrudy ClancyGeorge Walsh(10th anniv)(8th anniv)PRAYERS FOR OUR RELATIVES & FRIENDSSERVING IN THE MILITARYHoly Ghost Parish lists in the bulletin the names offriends and family members from our parish who are serving in the military, so that all of us can keep them in ourprayers daily, that they may return home safely. If youwould like to add someone to the list, please call the rectory (781-447-4421) or email us with the information.We’ll add names as they are received.Please keep the following service membersin your prayers.Monday, March 16, 20159AMFor all ParishionersTuesday, March 17, 2015(No Mass at Holy Ghost)9AM Mass at Saint BridgetWednesday, March 18, 20159AMRespect for all Life/End of AbortionThursday, March 19, 2015(No Mass at Holy Ghost)9AM Mass at Saint BridgetFriday, March 20, 20159AM3PMMary Gerrish(memorial Mass)Stations of the Cross (lower church)Saturday, March 21, 20159AM4PM(No Mass at Holy Ghost)Communion Service at Saint BridgetDonald MacKenzie(memorial Mass)Sunday, March 22, 20157:30AM10:30AMFor all ParishionersA. Marie Hansen (15th anniv)Please remember in your prayersCynthia MorganChristine FisherDennis ReillyCynthia ShepherdJoseph “Jay” MarzilliFAMILY ROSARYON MONDAY EVENINGSAll are invited to join Deacon Bob Balzarini in a FamilyRosary on Monday evenings, beginning at 7PM in thechapel at Holy Ghost.Capt. Matthew JohnsonLt. Joe SturgesPat Torney2nd Lt. Andrew MaioPFC Andrew SmithSgt. Nick LaverySO2 Ryan C. Flaherty Sgt. Matthew McCannSgt. Seamus MurrayLance Corp. Nicholas RizzoStaff Sgt. Jonathan P. Martins Steve GaudetLCpl M Ryan O’ Flaherty Lt. Christopher C. ReganLt.Col. Kevin Hanrahan Capt. Joseph J. LucasSPC Anthony GulinoPeter E. ColumboSgt. Jason RaceSgt. Nicholas VociPFC Ryan Cronin Spec. James R. FurtadoSenior Airman Sara FurtadoPFC Zachary SamyaStaff Sgt. Marie Ketchen Capt. Joseph E. BeardLanceCorp. Johnathan JaskolkaSgt. Andrew McAleer Lance Cpl. Sean ConcannonSgt. Patrick Donaher PV2 Christina MalloyLanceCorp. Thomas M. Malloy, Jr. (USMC)Cpl. Joshua PachecoCpl. John J. Feeney,USMCLCpl Derek Corkery, USMCCpl Joseph Von George, USMCPvt. Jordon McIntyreAirman Samuel ClarkDaniel O’DonnellPvt. David FraneyPayce Thomas Berridge, USNGRIEF SUPPORT GROUP: COPING WITH THELOSS OF A SPOUSE/PARTNERBeacon Hospice will offer this 6-week grief supportgroup on Monday afternoons from 1PM-2:30PM at theBeacon Hospice office, 32 Resnick Road, Plymouth.The session begins on March 23rd. The group is freeof charge and is open to anyone in the community. Noprior affiliation with hospice is necessary. Preregistration is required by calling 508-747-7222

The Fourth Sunday of LentMarch 15th, 2015CUNNIFF PINE STREET INN FOOD GROUPCAREER OPPORTUNITYThe Knights of Columbus is seeking a field agent for acareer opportunity representing their Insurance, Annuityand Long Term care Program. We offer a complete benefits package with this full-time position. In order toqualify, one must be eligible for membership in theKnights of Columbus. For more information on this exciting career opportunity, please contact Michael R.Capobianco, General Agent at 781-341-1005The Food Group will prepare and serve the eveningmeal of meatloaf with gravy, mashed potatoes andcarrots at the Pine Street Inn this weekend, March 21st.Desserts are needed and may be left at the CardinalSpellman Center any time after 10:30AM on Saturdaymorning. Anyone wishing to help may contact CarolKryzanek at 447-3761. The food group truly appreciatesyour support with food and monetary donations whichallow us to continue our mission of feedingthe homeless.REMINDER-ST. PATRICK’S DAY ISTUESDAYIn addition to our normal Saturday afternoon confessiontimes, both of our churches will be offering Confessionduring Lent on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8PMSTATIONS OF. THE CROSSStations of the Cross will be held on the Fridays of Lentat both Holy Ghost and Saint Bridget’s. In order toenable as many parishioners as possible to attend,Holy Ghost will hold Stations at 3PMin the lower church so that our “seasoned parishionerswho do not like driving after dark will be able to participate. The Saint Bridget service will be held at 7PM sothat those who are working will also have theopportunity to attend.The Stations of the Cross offer us the opportunity tomeditate on Jesus’ suffering and will be followed byBenediction, which is an encounter with the EucharisticLord. Please come and join us in these grace-filledLenten opportunities.YOUR WEEKLY OFFERINGSMarch 8, 2015 5596Fuel Fund 2179Thank you for your support of our parish!ST. BRIDGET QUILTING MINISTRYThe Quilting Ministry will meet on March 20, 2015.We are making simple lap quilts for the nursing homeresidents. For questions or additional informationabout the Quilting Ministry, call Rose Perry at 781-8717125. All are invited to join us!St. Bridget’s is having a 10,000 GrandPrize Drawing on March 17 in the ParishHall at St. Bridget’s. Tickets are still available for theraffle drawing on March 17th. Tickets are 100 eachand proceeds are being used to pay for repairs of theChurch boiler and pipes which sprung many leaks overthe past few months, and to do some long-overdue workin the Meeting room and SacristyVolunteers will beselling tickets at the doors of the church after each Masstoday. We need your help –your purchase of tickets willhelp the church and will make you a richer person whenyou win!BIBLE STUDY PROGRAM AT SAINT BRIDGETWalking Toward Eternity: Making Choices for TodaySt Bridget’s will offer an 8-week study entitled WalkingToward Eternity – Engaging the Struggles of Your Heart.The study will address struggles we all experience:shame, anger, appetites, envy, loneliness, fear, and hopelessness. Two offerings begin Thursday March 19th at10 AM and 7PM. The cost is 25. For questions pleasecall Martha Craft at 781-878-1116.Please print or write clearly.Name:Address:Telephone Number:E-Mail:Circle session you will attend: 10AMor7 PMPlease return as soon as possible as materials must beordered. Make check payable to St. Bridget with “BibleStudy” noted on it and return to rectory or place in offertory basket.

The Fourth Sunday of LentSilent Recessionals During LentDuring Lent, the Church asks us to surrender ourselvesto prayer and to the reading of Scripture, to fasting andto giving alms. During this 40 day period, we refrainfrom singing "Gloria" or "Alleluia" at Sunday Mass because this is a period to reflect on the last days of Jesus'life, and his crucifixion and death. In this same spirit,we will observe silence during liturgical recessionals,and we invite you to leave Mass in prayerful reflectioneach week during Lent.The PROJECT RACHEL ministry of the Archdioceseof Boston extends an invitation for post-abortion hopeand healing through its one-day “Come to the Waters ofHealing” retreat. Upcoming dates are March 28 andApril 25. Retreats are limited to 10 women and are held ata confidential location. For registration information, contact Project Rachel at [email protected] .508-651-3100 Trust in the tender mercy of God!Live Lent Challenge –Will you take this daily challenge for Lent?Instead of going to the movies, donate the money to acharity and spend the time at Perpetual Adoration.PASTA DINNER/DANCEBEINGPLANNEDFOR APRIL 25THPlanning continues for the dinner and dance scheduledfor April 25th for all parishioners of Saint Bridget andHoly Ghost. If you would like to help but were notable to attend the meeting last week, please call BobHogan at 781-874-8398. The more helping hands wehave, the lighter the task of making this a fun eveningfor all our collaborative parishioners.ALL ARE WELCOMEAT HOLY GHOST AND SAINT BRIDGETPARISHESNo matter what your present status in the CatholicChurch, no matter what your current family andmarital situation, no matter what your personal history,age, background, race etc., no matter what your ownself-image: you are invited, welcomed, accepted,loved and respected here.Come and join us.March 15th, 2015FORTY CANS FOR LENTK of C #347’s Lenten food drive for the Whitman FoodPantry, is doing very well this year, thanks to your help.During Lent, if only 500 people would participate in thisprogram, giving one non perishable item for each day ofLent , it would yield 20,000 pounds of much need food forthe pantry. Please continue helping with this effort. It embodies almsgiving to help so many who are in need. GodBless,Knights of Columbus #347A MESSAGE FROM ST. VINCENT DE PAULThe St. Vincent de Paul Society is very grateful to theKnights of Columbus for once again sponsoring the40 Cans for Lent food drive. As you participate in thisdrive, may we ask you to consider some of the muchneeded food items for the pantry? We need kids’ cereals,pancake mix and syrup, mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise,sugar and flavored oatmeal. Non-food items are also needed: razors, deodorants, shaving cream, toothpaste, papertowels and toilet paper. Thank you for all you do and foryour continued generosity to our neighbors in need.The Social Doctrine of the Catholic ChurchThe Social Doctrine of the Catholic Church is wide ranging and often surprising, even to devout Catholics. Deacon Chris Lowe will share his knowledge and insights ofthe official teachings on subjects as diverse as humanrights, family, work, solidarity, war and the environment. Weekly handouts and a CD with all the official documents of the Church in this subject area will be provided.Mark your calendars. Please join Deacon Chris on Saturday, March 21, at St. Bridget’s for the 3rd session at 10:00a.m. The 4th Session will take place on the following Saturday, March 28, at Holy Ghost in Fr. Glennon Hall at10:00 a.m.2015 CATHOLIC APPEALLIVING OUR FAITH TOGETHERLast week, our parish launched the 2015 Catholic Appeal. Thanks to all of you who have given so generously to support our parish. Your generosity helps us liveour faith together as we seek to better embody the Gospel message in our lives. If you were unable to makeyour pledge at Mass last week ,please take a pledgeform from the back of the church or make a gift orpledge online at www.bostoncatholicappeal.org.Thank you for your prayers and support and for helping us meet our parish goal.

Holy Ghost Parish Whitman, MAA MESSAGE FROM FATHER MAHONEYDear Parishioners of the Collaborative,The Fourth Sunday of Lent is called “Laetare” or“Rejoice” Sunday. The priests and deacons wear rosecolored vestments rather than purple ones, and the readings talk about the kindness and mercy of God. The Gospel reading from Saint John contains one of the mostquoted sentences from the New Testament: “For God soloved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish, but might haveeternal life” (3:16). God is the loving Father who willnot be satisfied, will not rest until all his children are safely home. He loves the unlovable and the unlovely; thelonely and forgotten; the sick and abandoned; those whocooperate with his grace, and those who refuse to cooperate with his grace; the greatest saint and the worst sinner.All these people, and more, are included in the boundlesslove of God. As Saint Augustine put it centuries ago:“God loves each one of us, as if there were only one of usto love.” Even if you were the only, single, human beingleft on earth, God would have still sent his Son, and thatSon would have died on the cross just to redeem you.That’s how much he loves you! That fact alone shouldcause us to rejoice on this Laetare Sunday. Try, if youwould, to share that type of love with those in your life.Invite a family member or neighbor or friend to come toChurch with you to experience that incredible love.Last Saturday the children in Grade 2 at Holy Ghost received their First Penance. They experienced the greatlove of God through reconciliation. They were all verygood sinners! Think about receiving the Sacrament yourself! Please keep them and the Grade 2 Students at St.Bridget’s in prayer as they prepare to receive Jesus for thefirst time in the Eucharist this spring.Deacon Chris Lowe, our Seminarian, is offering “The Social Doctrine of the Catholic Church” to our Collaborative. Even though the first 2 meetings have already takenplace, please join Deacon Chris next Saturday, March 21,at St. Bridget’s for the 3rd session at 10:00 a.m. The 4thSession will take place on the following Saturday, March27, at Holy Ghost in Fr. Glennon Hall at 10:00 a.m.St. Patrick’s Day is THIS Tuesday, March 17. St.Bridget’s is having a 10,000 Grand Prize Drawing in theParish Hall at St. Bridget’s. Wine, cheese and crackerswill be served. The proceeds are being used to pay for therepairs of the Church boiler and pipes which sprung manyleaks over the past few months, and to do some longoverdue work in the Meeting room and Sacristy.MARCH 15, 2015There are many tickets that need to be sold, please purchase yours this weekend. Feel free to attend the Drawingon Tuesday, March 17th and enjoy some fellowship, foodand the possibility to walk away a winner while at thesame time supporting the renovation efforts.The 2015 Catholic Appeal began last weekend. We hearda homily from Cardinal Seán. The Catholic Appeal is tothe Archdiocese what the Offertory is to the Parish. Pleasebe generous when making your pledge. Feel free to placeyour Pledge Envelope in the Offertory this weekend or ateither Rectory this week.Please look to other parts of today’s Bulletin for theSchedules for our Friday Stations of the Cross in both parishes and other Lenten activities including a Bible Study.Know also that Confessions will be heard on Wednesdaysduring the season of Lent from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in both ofour Churches in addition to our regular time on Saturdaysat 3:00 p.m.Let us pray for each other. God bless,Father MahoneyRED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE ON MARCH 28THThe Knights of Columbus Council 347 will hold theirsemi-annual Red Cross Blood Drive onSaturday, March 28th, 2015from 9am-2pmat the K of C Hall,1195 Bedford Street, WhitmanFor information on an appointment,call 1-800-GIVE LIFE (1-800-488-3543)PROJECT RACHEL RETREAT DATESThe Project Rachel ministry of the Archdiocese of Boston extends an invitation for post-abortion hope andhealing through its one-day “Come to the Waters” retreats. Next retreat dates are March 28 and April 25,2015. Retreats are limited to ten women and are held ata confidential location. For registration information,contact Project Rachel at 508-651-3100 [email protected] in the tender mercy of God!St. Joseph Retreat Center in Cohasset has an opening for aDishwasher/Dining Room Assistant, part-time For information, call the Retreat Center at 781-383-6024 X218 oremail at [email protected]

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