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Weekly Bulletin

FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT

February 18, 2018

Reverend Bert S. Kozen V.F., Pastor

 

 
 
 

Dear Parishioners,

                              Forty days doesn’t sound like a long period of time.  On the calendar it is just a little more than a month.  Rest assured, however, the Season of Lent has the potential to be either one of the longest duration of days or one of the shortest.

               The key to Lent is to be found in our approach to the journey.  If we focus on the negative, what we have given up or what we will avoid then Lent will no doubt be a long and arduous affair.  The Season of Lent does have a positive aspect.  As the “springtime” of the Liturgical Year, Lent can be understood and appreciated as a time of rebirth and renewal.  Any growth or change, by its very nature, can be uncomfortable and a time of challenge.  The phrase “growing pains” easily comes to mind.

               The invitation of God and the Church to undergo a spiritual renewal in the Season of Lent can also be seen in such terms.  Ultimately our goal is to be drawn closer to God and our brothers and sisters in Christ.  The disciplines and traditions of Lent help us to work for and achieve this goal.  Just as our physical bodies grow stronger through exercise our spiritual bodies can grow stronger through the prayer, fasting, almsgiving and works of charity that mark the Lenten Season.

               On Ash Wednesday our foreheads were marked with ashes with the words, “Repent and believe in the Gospel.”  May all of us embrace the invitation to enter into the desert of Lent and may we open our hearts to the wonderful gift God offers us in this special time of rebirth.

                                                                                                                                                     

May God Bless You,

                                                                                                                                                       

Father Bert

 

 

 


LENTEN COMMUNION CALLS

On the First Friday of March during Lent, Fr. Kozen will visit the home-bound members of our parishes to administer Confession, Anointing of the Sick and Holy Communion.  If you or a loved one would like to be added to the monthly home visitation list, please call the Parish Office, 570-745-3301.

 

COMMUNION MINISTER TRAINING

Communion Minister Training will be held on Sunday, February 25 at 11:30am at St. Luke Church.  All those interested in becoming a Communion Minister are asked to attend.

 

PARISH OFFICE CLOSED

The Parish Office will be closed on Monday, February 19 due to the President’s Day Holiday.  It will reopen again on Tuesday, February 20 at 9:00am.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Feb 18 IC/SL No CCD

Feb 19 SL/IC Light Is On  5:30-7:00pm IC Church

Feb 20 SL/IC Lenten Vespers 6:30pm IC Church

Feb 25 SL/IC Communion Minister Training  11:30am SL Church

Feb 25 IC/SL Evening Confirmation Class 5:00 - 6:00pm SL Church

Mar 11IC HNS Pancake Breakfast 8:00am-Noon IC Parish Hall

Mar 11 SL/IC Evening Confirmation Class  5:00-6:00pm IC Church

Mar 14 SL Spaghetti Dinner

Apr 8 SL/IC Parent First Communion Meeting 1:00pm IC Church

Apr 28 IC Spring Clean-up & Work Day 8:00 am IC Grounds

Apr 29 IC First Communion 8:30am IC Church

Apr 29 SL First Communion 10:30am SL Church

May 20 IC Spring Dinner

RITE OF ELECTION

During the 10:30 am Mass this Sunday, February 18 at St. Luke Church, the Rite of Election will be celebrated.  Elect - Jamie Weaver & Sienna Weaver.  Candidates:  Zachary Burkhart, Priscilla Ceccoli & Phillip Harbach.

 

ST. LUKE FUNERAL LUNCHEONS

St Luke parish has, in the past, offered assistance with funeral luncheons for those parish families who have lost loved ones through the mystery of death. This has been a valued part of the bereavement ministry in our parish.  If this is to continue we need an individual/s willing to take on the responsibility.  If interested or if you have questions please contact the parish office, 570-745-3301. 

 

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION HISTORY

There are many projects taking place for the 180th Anniversary of Immaculate Conception.  Currently, we are seeking old pictures of any of the church buildings, the grounds or earlier priests that parishioners may have.  Please contact the parish office or bring the photos to the office.

 

Do You Want to Know More About the Annulment Process?: In the Diocese of Scranton, the annulment process is now more “user friendly” than you might expect, and there is no longer a processing fee.  Please contact your pastor or the Diocesan Tribunal Office (570-207-2246) to begin a conversation.  It is possible to get clear answers to these questions and to renew your connection with the Church.

 

REST IN PEACE

Please pray for the peaceful repose of the soul of James Lorson a parishioner of Immaculate Conception Church who died recently.  Pray for the consolation of his loved ones.  Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual Light shine upon him.

 

2017 CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS

Parishioner contribution statements for 2017 are now available through the parish office.  If you would like a verified copy of your contributions to either Immaculate Conception or St. Luke Churches, please notify the parish office by e-mailing your request or contacting us by phone at 570-745-3301.

 

NO CCD

There will be no CCD classes Sunday, February 18 due to the President’s Day weekend.  Classes will resume on the February 25. 

 

IC CHURCH CLEANING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

St. Ann's Society is in need of people to take a turn cleaning our church.  It involves a couple times a year. Please help if you can.  If interested contact Cheryl Palski, 570-745-7653.

 

NOVENA OF ROSARIES

For 9 weeks, starting Tuesday, February 20 through and including Tuesday, April 17, 15 decades of the rosary will be prayed in common for pro-life intentions at Immaculate Conception Church each Tuesday at 7:15 am. (10 decades will be prayed prior to the 8:00 a.m. Mass and 5 decades after Mass).  All are welcome.

 

FIRST COMMUNION MEETING

There will be an important meeting on Sunday, April 8, 1:00 pm in Immaculate Conception Church for all parents of children from both our parishes receiving First Communion.  First Communion dates are:  Immaculate Conception, Sunday, April 29 at 8:30 am Mass and St. Luke, Sunday, April 29 at 10:30 a.m. Mass.

 

Mass Intentions 

Monday (February 19) Lenten Weekday

 

8:00am (SL) Robert Pagnotto

by Joseph & Rose Mattioli

 

Tuesday (February 20) Lenten Weekday

 

8:00am (IC) Eleanor Waldman

by Roger & Nancy Mahosky

 

Wednesday (February 21) Lenten Weekday

 

8:00am (IC) Dave Eck

by Richard Eiswerth

 

Thursday (February 22) Feast of the Chair of

 St. Peter the Apostle

 

7:00pm (IC) Greg Steinbacher

by Galen & Regina Steinbacher

 

Friday (February 23) Lenten Weekday

 

6:30pm (IC) Stations of the Cross

 

7:00 pm (IC) James Lorson

by Charlie & Carol

 

Saturday (February 24) Vigil: Second Sunday of Lent 

 

4:00pm (IC) Children & Grandchildren of

Jim & Carol Pfirman

by Jim & Carol Pfirman

 

6:00pm (SL) Rose & Gennaro D'Amato

by Gene & Marilyn Kurzejewski

 

Sunday (February 25) Second Sunday of Lent

 

8:30am (IC) Sr. Dorothea, SCC

by Mike & Tammy Packer

 

10:30am (SL)  For the people of our parishes

 

SILENT ENRANCE

During the season of Lent, for most of the Masses, we will once again use a silent entrance.  The presider, with the other liturgical ministers, will quietly go to their places in the sanctuary and main body of the church.  This will take place approximately 10 minutes before Mass.  Liturgical Ministers are encouraged to come early and prepare for the Mass by being in their appropriate places for this quiet period of prayer.

 

FAST & ABSTINENCE

Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are days of fasting and abstinence from meat.  All Fridays during Lent are days of abstinence from meat.  Fasting prescribes that only one full meal be taken.  Two smaller meals may be taken to maintain strength, but these taken should not equal another full meal.  Fasting obliges from the 18th to the 59th birthday.  Abstinence forbids the eating of meat.  Abstinence obliges from the 14th birthday on.

 

LENTEN/EASTER VESPERS

During the Lenten and Easter seasons, Evening Prayer (Vespers) will be prayed in common between both our churches. Evening Prayer (Vespers) is one of the two "hinge" hours, together with Morning Prayer (Lauds) that help form the foundation of the prayer life of the church. Commonly referred to as the Divine Office and the obligation of the ordained clergy, these prayers are truly the prayer of the entire church. Evening Prayer consists of song, psalms, canticles, scripture and prayers and are deeply rooted in the tradition of our Judaic-Christian faith.  They will begin at 6:30pm Tuesdays of the Lenten and Easter season.  (2/20 IC), (2/27 SL), (3/6 IC), (3/13 SL), (3/20 IC), (3/27 No Vespers), (4/3 SL), (4/10 No Vespers), (4/17 IC), (4/24 SL), (5/1 IC), (5/8 SL), (5/15 IC).  If you have never experienced the beauty of this prayer we encourage you to come and join us. All are invited.

 

LENTEN STATIONS OF THE CROSS

How will you make this Lent a special time of prayer?  An idea may include making a family commitment to attend Mass and Stations of the Cross each Friday evening instead of choosing to recreate in the usual fashion.  Family time spent united in prayer is family time well spent!  Stations will be prayed in common alternating between St. Luke and Immaculate Conception each Friday of Lent at 6:30 pm and Mass will follow.   The schedule is as follows:  (Feb 23 - IC),  (March 2 - SL), (March 9 - IC), (March 16 - SL), (March 23 - IC), (March 30 - SL, Stations only at 6:30pm). 

 

THE LIGHT IS ON FOR Every Monday evening during Lent each parish throughout the Diocese of Scranton will have their “lights on” for confession so that Catholics can come to or return to this incredible source of God’s grace, mercy and healing.  Confessions will be from 5:30-7:00pm and because of our linkage, Monday evening confessions will alternate between our two churches:  (2/19-IC), (2/26-SL), (3/5-IC), (3/12-SL), (3/19-IC) & (3/26-SL, this will be the last opportunity for confession before Easter).  All parishioners are encouraged to make use of the Sacrament of Reconciliation during the season of Lent.  Confessions are heard each Saturday at Immaculate Conception and St. Luke prior to the Vigil Masses. Confessions are also heard at Immaculate Conception each Thursday from  6:15-6:40 p.m. prior to the 7:00 p.m. Mass. 

 

ECUMENICAL LENTEN PRAYER SERVICES

The Nippenose Valley Ministerium will be conducting Lenten worship services on Wednesdays in Lent at 7:00 p.m.  The following are the dates and locations:

Feb 21 – Oriole United Methodist Church

Feb 28 – Immaculate Conception Church

Mar 7 – Antes Fort United Methodist Church

Mar 14 – Oval United Methodist Church

Mar 21 - St. James Lutheran Church

 

LENTEN RETREAT

The St. Ann’s Society of Immaculate Conception Church is hosting a short retreat and spiritual afternoon with The Capuchin Sisters on Sunday, February 25 from 2:00-5:00 p.m. in Immaculate Conception Church. All women of both Immaculate Conception and St. Luke are invited and encouraged to attend this special time.

 

EVENING OF REFLECTION

ON THE PASCHAL TRIDUUM

The Scranton Chapter of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) will be holding an Evening of Reflection on the Paschal Triduum on Tuesday, March 6, from 6:00pm-8:30pm at St. Ann's Basilic Parish, 1233 St. Ann Street, Scranton.  The Evening of Reflection will be facilitated by Sr. Catherine Luxner, IHM, Director of Campus Ministry at Marywood University.  The evening begins with dinner, followed by the presentation and then Night Prayer.  There is no fee, but a free-will offering will be taken up to help offset the cost of dinner.  For more information or to register, please contact David Baloga, Scranton NPM Program Director at 570-207-2213 ext. 1158, or or visit ScrantonNPM.com by Thursday, March 1.

 

REFRESH YOUR FAITH

The First Annual Catholic Women's Conference of the Diocese of Scranton will be held on Saturday, June 23, 8am-4pm at the Byron Complex, The University of Scranton.  For information or to register:  dioceseofscranton.org/catholic-womens-conference.

 

EVENING CONFIRMATION CLASSES

FOR 2018

The candidates for the Sacrament of Confirmation will meet with Fr. Bert on the following evenings in 2017.  Please note that all classes will be held at 5:00-6:00 pm in the respective churches: 

Sunday, February 25-SL (Changed from 2/11)

Sunday, March 11 - IC

Sunday, April 15 – SL

Sunday, May 6 - IC 4:00-5:00pm (Parent Mtg & Class)

 

ST. LUKE SPAGHETTI DINNER

Saint Luke’s Catholic Church 70th Annual Authentic Italian Spaghetti Dinner

Wednesday, March 14

Lunch    11:30 am – 3:00 pm

Dinner    4:00 pm – 7 pm

(Takeouts are available all day)

All you can eat Spaghetti

(includes 2 Homemade meatballs),

tossed salad, Italian bread, cake & Beverage

Adult Advance $9.00 – At Door $9.50

Children 6 – 12 years $3.50, Under 6 – Free!

Other important dates:  Meat Collection- February 24/25, Donation calls- March 4-10, Meatball preparation- Monday, February 19, 5pm, Set tables-Sunday, March 11 after 10:30am Mass, Making sauce and other kitchen work-Tuesday, March 13 at 7:30am.  Tickets will be available in the vestibule of SL before and after Masses the weekends of February 24/25, March 3/4 & 10/11.  Tickets are also available at the Parish Office from February 26 - March 13 during business hours.  These suppers not only promote the financial well being of our parish, but also the communal well being of our parish.  For those who wish to give a little of your time to your church contact Tammy Lorson at 745-3107.  We look forward to coming together as a church community.

 

MISSION TRIP TO WEST VIRGINIA

We are looking for high school and college students to go to Wayne County West Virginia to do home repairs.  The trip is June 10-16.  The cost is $210 per person, it includes meals and lodging.  Also, any adults are welcome to go along, regardless of experience.  A meeting has been scheduled for Sunday, February 25 at 2:00pm at the Immaculate Conception Parish Hall Basement.  There will be a fundraiser available for those who are interested.  Please call Sue Sander at 570-745-7687.

 

CONFESSION TIMES

Confessions are heard at the following times at St. Luke and Immaculate Conception Churches:

Thursday, Immaculate Conception 6:15-6:40pm

Saturday, Immaculate Conception 3:00-3:30pm

Saturday, St. Luke 5:15-5:35pm

 

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION HNS

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

The Holy Name Society of Immaculate Conception Church will sponsor a Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, March 11, from 8:00 am until noon in the IC Parish Hall.  All families are invited to attend Mass together and enjoy a delicious breakfast together.  The cost is $8/adult (children 10yrs and under $4).  Menu:  Pancakes, sausage patties, sausage gravy, biscuits, liver pudding, OJ, coffee, tea & coffeecake.   A sign-up sheet will be located in the vestibule of Immaculate Conception for anyone interested in waitressing and donating coffee cakes.

 

JS LOVE CENTER FOOD PANTRY

We continue to have boxes located in the vestibule of both our churches for donations for the Jersey Shore Love Center Food Pantry:  For the month of February the pantry is in need of Boxed Chicken Soup (like Lipton soup).  They are always in need of 15 oz. jars of peanut butter.

 

WORLD WAR I MEMORIAL STATUE

The replacement of the WWI Memorial Statue in the Immaculate Conception Cemetery is underway.  The estimated time of completion is around June 2018.  The cost of the statue will be $11,500 plus additional cost for Customs, Duty and shipment.  We are accepting memorial contributions that will be acknowledged by means of a plaque mounted on the base of the statue.  Anyone interested in donating towards the statue can send your donation to the parish office or drop it in the collection basket marked "statue donation".  Thus far we have received $3,800 in donations towards the statue.

 

PRO-LIFE PRAYER BREAKFAST

The Susquehanna Valley Chapter, Pennsylvanians for Human Life Pro-Life Prayer Breakfast will be held on Saturday, April 7 at 9:30 am at the Holiday Inn Express (Grand Ball Room), Williamsport.  PRINCIPAL SPEAKER is Phyllis Krieger.  Also speaking is Connie Costello and Becky Biter. BREAKFAST BUFFET: $15 Adult & $5 Children 10 & under.  RSVP: Evelyn Rall 570.398.0722 or Tammy Packer 570.745.3328 by/before Friday, March 30.

 

DIOCESEAN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MASS

His Excellency, the Most Reverend Joseph C. Bambera, D.D., J.C.L., Bishop of Scranton, and the Office for Parish Life wish to invite couples celebrating their 25th or 50th wedding anniversary in 2018 to a diocesan Wedding Anniversary Mass on Sunday, June 10, 2018. The event includes a 2:30 pm mass at St. Peter’s Cathedral followed by a reception. Requests for an invitation, with a mailing address, should be made through your parish office before March 12.

 

 

SERVERS SCHEDULE

Friday, February 23

Stations/Mass

                   IC

               6:30 p.m. Stations/7:00p.m. Mass

Altar Servers

Gabriel Packer

Hadyn Packer

Veronica Sander

Cantor

No Cantor

Lector

               Connie Engel

Communion Minister

               Tony Segraves

 

Saturday, February 24

                    IC                                      SL

4:00 p.m.                            6:00 p.m.

Altar Servers                                                   

Cody Stetts                         Matthew Harbach

Joseph Wenner

Kaidance Meixel

Cantor

               Karen Baier                        Kateri Cohick

                                                            Diane Thomas

Lector  

Jomarie Dincher                 Mark Watson

Communion Ministers

Julie Steinbacher                Dee Todd

Nancy Waldman                Kelly Watson

Joan Rogers                        Evelyn Rall

 

Sunday, February 25

                    IC                                        SL

8:30 a.m.                            10:30 a.m.                         

Altar Servers

DJ Steinbacher                   Greta Engel

Stephy Steinbacher            Lucy Engel

Morgan Waldman              Tyler Grubb

Cantor

               Nancy Mahosky                 Dona Price

Lector

Connie Engel                      Walt Eisenhauer

Communion Ministers                    

Jerry Nau                            Christine Fink

Rose Schilling                    Denise Folmar

Dave Pistner                       Sue Scanlan

 

 

DIOCESAN ANNUAL APPEAL 2017

“Walk Together in the Light of Christ”

Bishop Joseph C. Bambera extends his sincere gratitude to everyone who has already made a pledge to the 2017 Diocesan Annual Appeal. Every gift truly matters. If you have not yet made your gift, and need a packet, they are available by calling the Diocesan Development Office at 570-207-2250, or online at www.DioceseofScranton.org.  Our goals for this year are:  (IC) $28,000 (SL) $17,000.  To date, IC has pledged $24,185.00 which represents 86% of a goal of $28,000.00 given by 151 of IC parish families out of 329.  SL has pledged $13,112.00 which represents 77% of a goal of $17,000.00 given by 100 of SL parish families out of 276.  update: 2/11/18

 

 

PRAYER FOR LENT

Hear, O merciful Creator, the tearful prayers we present to you, during these forty days of fast. O loving searcher of the heart, you know that our strength is weak; grant us the grace of your pardon, for we are converted unto you. Grievously have we sinned; yet spare us, for we confess our sins to you: and, for the glory of your name, heal our languid hearts. Grant that we may subdue our flesh by abstinence; that thus our hearts may leave what nourishes sin, and fast from every crime. O blessed Trinity! O undivided Unity! Grant to us, your servants, that our fasts may produce abundant fruits. Amen.

 

CANDLE REQUESTS

The sanctuary candle will burn during the month of February at St. Luke for:  John & Evelyn Buttorff as requested by Kenny, Debbie & family, Robert & Carmel Pagnatto as requested by their children.  At Immaculate Conception for:  Donald Steppe as requested by his wife, Nancy, John & Anna Sember as requested by Bernie & Pat Rell, Robert & Shirley Bower as requested by Richard, Carlene & Megan & the intentions of Walter V. Eck as requested by his family.

 

SICK AND HOMEBOUND

We find ourselves in the midst of our winter season and some of our parishioners may be sick or homebound and cannot come to Church.  We are more than happy to ensure that they receive the Sacraments and the support of their Church.  If anyone desires to receive the Eucharist on a weekly or monthly basis, please notify the parish office at 745-3301. 

 

 

SL WEEKLY SANCTUARY CLEANER
The following  SL  parishioner is scheduled to clean the sanctuary  February 23:  Barb Kozlowski.

 
IC  CHURCH CLEANERS

The following  IC  parishioners are scheduled to clean the church on  February 23:  D Bush & R Keller.

 

IC CHURCH GIFT BEARERS

The following   Immaculate Conception parish families are scheduled to bring up the gifts in the offertory procession for the weekend of February 25Saturday:  Jeremy Dincher Family Sunday:  Dan Boring Family.

 

SL GIFT BEARERS

Gift bearers for Sunday, February 4 at St. Luke were:  Elaine and Duan Forsythe and February 11:  Lucy, Greta & Laura Engel.

 

 

A MINUTE IN THE CHURCH

Volume II

(Provided by the Knights of Columbus)

Fasting

               Fasting is a great spiritual discipline, one that can bear much fruit.  For Catholics, there are only two days each year where fasting is required:  Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.  All Catholics between the ages of 18 and 59 are bound to observe the fast.  On fast days, one full meatless meal may be taken and two other smaller meatless meals, sufficient to maintain strength according to one's needs.

               Abstinence from meat is to be observed by  Catholics over 14 years of age on Ash Wednesday and all the Fridays during Lent, including Good Friday.

               Fasting is an ancient practice and very clearly taught in Scripture.  In Matthew 6:16-18, Jesus tells His disciples.  "When you fast..." and tells them not to be showy about it.  And in Luke 9:23, Jesus says, "If anyone wishes to come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me."

               Fasting is simply a way of denying ourselves.  It is meant to bring our hearts and minds closer to God.  When we feel those pangs of hunger, we turn to God in prayer and ask for the strength to carry on.  And we offer up our small sufferings to unite with the sufferings of Christ.

              


 
Isn’t it funny how day by day nothing changes.. 

but, when you look back everything is different.

 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MEETING

St. Martin de Porres Council of the Knights of Columbus will hold their February meeting on Wednesday the 21 at the Church of St. Luke at 7:30 PM.

 

ST. LUKE FINANCIAL REPORT

The information below is St. Luke's financial running total according to the Monthly Financial Reports. 

 

July                       +  164.70

August                  -3,379.08

September            -    664.72

October                +1,644.02

November            - 1,285.28

December           +10,321.97

 

Running Total          +6,801.61

 

RICE BOWL

Please note the annual Rice Bowl collection containers are in the vestibule of our churches.  You may make use of them during the Lenten Season, but we would very much appreciate if you could hand the total in as a check made out to your parish.   Rice Bowl envelopes can also be found in your offertory packets.  This collection is to help the hungry of the world.  Please submit your contribution by Lent’s end.

 

ST. LUKE MEAT COLLECTION

There will be a second collection taken up at both Masses at St. Luke Church next weekend, February 24 & 25, to defray the cost of meat for the Spaghetti Dinner.

 

WEEKLY OFFERING

 

                                                         SL                        IC

Weekly                             $ 1,751.00              $3,489.00

Loose                                        298.40                     75.00                   

Monthly                      1,470.00                   936.00

Utilities                                             0                     30.00

Solemnity of Mary                  20.00                              0

Votive Candles                         19.40                     72.00 

 Total Collection:            $  3,558.80            $  4,602.00

INCOME GOAL:                3,011.45                3,658.23

Over/(Under Goal)         $   +547.35           $    +943.77

 

 

Additional Collections

Building Fund                           270.00                 434.00

Care & Edu of Priest                36.00                 117.00

2018 Appeal                             162.00                 341.00

Eastern Europe                         30.00                   16.00

World Mission                                   0                   90.00

Rice Bowl                                            0                     5.00

 

May the Lord reward your generosity                                

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