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Jesus, Mary & Joseph

Roman Catholic Church

6150 Allentown Boulevard Harrisburg, PA 17112-2603

PASTORAL STAFF

Reverend Edward J. Quinlan Pastor

Reverend Matthew E. Cannon Parochial Vicar

Deacon Jerome T. Foerster Permanent Deacon

MASSES Weekends:

Saturday Vigil..5:00 p.m.

Sunday...8:00 a.m., 10:15 a.m., 12:00 noon, 6:00 p.m.

Weekdays:

(Weekday schedule subject to change - please see inside bulletin) Monday....6:30 a.m.

Tue-Thu....6:30 a.m., 8:00 a.m.

Friday....6:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m.

Saturday...8:30 a.m.

CONFESSIONS

Saturday..9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Visit us on the web at www.HolyNameOfJesus.com/Parish

Holy Name of Jesus

THE HOLY FAMILY OF JESUS, MARY & JOSEPH

Today we celebrate the feast of the Holy Family. This feast is part of the Christmas season, and we should place today's Gospel in the context of what Luke's Gospel tells us about the birth of Jesus. Luke has been answering the question “Who is Jesus?” through his stories of the births of John the Baptist and Jesus. Today's Gospel reading continues this theme. It has no parallel in the other Gospels and is the conclusion of Luke's Infancy Narrative.

Mary, Joseph, and Jesus are presented in this Gospel as a faithful Jewish family. They are participating in the annual pilgrimage to Jerusalem for the feast of Passover, an event shared each year with family and friends.

When Jesus is found, Luke describes him as seated in the Temple in the midst of the Jewish teachers. Although he is young, Jesus seems not to need teaching about his Jewish tradition. In his dialogue with these learned teachers, Jesus astounds them with his insight and understanding. Jesus is a child of Israel. His Father is God.

The dialogue between Mary and Jesus contains many references to family relationships. In fact, in this Gospel reading Mary and Joseph are never identified by name. Instead they are referred to by their relationship to Jesus.

Ultimately, this emphasizes Luke's point about the identity of Jesus. When Mary and Joseph find Jesus in the Temple, they question Jesus and express their anxiety. Jesus replies in words that many have thought to be disrespectful. Jesus says that he was never lost; he was at home. Jesus is God's Son, and he is in his Father's house. Luke will continue to suggest that faith in Jesus establishes new family relationships as he describes Jesus' public ministry.

In Luke's Gospel, Mary's importance is even greater than her role as Jesus' mother. Mary is the first disciple and will be present with Jesus' disciples after his Resurrection at Pentecost.

- Excerpted from Sunday Connection, Loyola Press

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PARISH OFFICE

Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Phone: 717-652-4211 Fax: 717-652-2033

HolyNameOfJesusParishHarrisburg@

hbgdiocese.org Mr. Paul Farrell Business Manager Mrs. Anna Nicolella Administrative Assistant CONVENT

Phone: 717-545-4357 Sister Rita Smith, SSJ

HOLY NAME OF JESUS SCHOOL Phone: 717-657-1704

Fax: 717-657-9135

Sister Rita Smith, SSJ, Principal RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Phone: 717-657-1704 Fax: 717-657-9135

Pre-K & Kindergarten: Sunday, 10:15 a.m.

Grades 1 - 8: Sunday, 9:05 a.m.

Sister Rita Smith, SSJ

Director of Religious Education DIRECTOR OF PARISH MUSIC Phone: 717-433-8729

Mr. Jay W. Risser

BISHOP MCDEVITT HIGH SCHOOL Phone: 717-236-7973

Fax: 717-234-1270

Mr. David K. Gardiner, President Mr. Vincent D. Harper, Principal www.BishopMcDevitt.org

DIOCESE OF HARRISBURG 4800 Union Deposit Road Harrisburg, PA 17111 Phone: 717-657-4804

Most Rev. Ronald W. Gainer, D.D., J.C.L.

www.HbgDiocese.org

ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF HARRISBURG MISSION STATEMENT

To proclaim the goodness of God and to make truly present and active the one, Holy, Catholic

and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ to all people through the power of the Holy Spirit.

SACRAMENTS

Baptisms are held every Sunday after the 12:00 noon Mass.

Baptismal Registration forms can be found in the Parish Office or on our website. Please contact the parish office for additional information or questions. Godparents must be practicing Catholics, age 16 or older, have already received the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist, and, if married, married in accord with Catholic Church Law.

Matrimony: Diocesan Common Policy requires nine to twelve months advance notification of the priest or deacon and attendance at marriage preparation. Please call the Parish Office to make arrangements.

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) - Mondays at 7:00 p.m., September through Easter. Please contact the Parish Office for information.

Visitation of the Sick: Please notify the Parish Office when a member of the Parish is in the hospital or if someone is unable to attend Mass and wishes to receive Communion.

Persons with Celiac Disease: Persons with this challenge are usually unable to receive the normal wheat host used for Mass. We provide a separate chalice for the reception of Holy Communion at each Mass. As the Eucharistic Ministers are receiving Holy Communion at the altar, please come forward to the front of the Church and someone will bring the chalice for you to receive the Precious Blood.

REGISTRATION OR CHANGE OF ADDRESS

We welcome all new members to our parish family. Please register at the Parish Office in order that we might be of assistance to you. If you move or change your phone number, please notify the Parish Office so that our records can be kept current.

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MASS SCHEDULE & INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK Saturday, December 25

8:00 a.m. People of the Parish 10:15 a.m. Special Intentions 12:00 p.m. Special Intentions Sunday, December 26

8:00 a.m. People of the Parish 10:15 a.m. Fred Furlan

12:00 p.m. Frank L. Fiorilla 6:00 p.m. Harriet Magnuson Monday, December 27

6:30 a.m. Agnes & Walter Segebart Tuesday, December 28

6:30 a.m. M. Teresa Lio, Ida Lio & Alex DiSanto Wednesday, December 29

6:30 a.m. Rhoda Armetta Thursday, December 30 6:30 a.m. Mary Voors Friday, December 31

6:30 a.m. Rev. Robert Galinac 5:00 p.m. Louise P. Cook Saturday, January 1

8:30 a.m. Living & Deceased Members of the

Marando Family

5:00 p.m. Rita M. Katulis Sunday, January 2

8:00 a.m. People of the Parish 10:15 a.m. Frank N. Carado, Sr.

12:00 p.m. Martin Sedlock

6:00 p.m. Deacon Joseph J. Wrabel

SANCTUARY CANDLE is lit for the Living & Deceased Members of the Babb, DeVaney, Van Evera and Rockwell Families.

DAILY MASS SCHEDULE - Please note:

Tuesday, December 28 through Friday, December 31, daily Mass will be held at 6:30 a.m. only.

BE PREPARED FOR THE WORD OF THE LORD!

Readings for next Sunday, January 2, 2021 THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

Isaiah 60: 1 - 6

Psalm 72: 1 - 2, 7 - 8, 10 - 11, 12 - 13 Ephesians 3: 2 - 3a, 5 - 6

Matthew 2: 1 - 12

PARISH CALENDAR Sunday, December 26:

1:00 p.m. - Baptisms Monday, December 27:

HNJ School Closed

6:00 p.m. - Karate (St. Bernardine Hall)

7:00 p.m. - Scouts (Social Hall) Tuesday, December 28:

HNJ School Closed Wednesday, December 29:

HNJ School Closed

6:30 p.m. - Legion of Mary (Lounge) Thursday, December 30:

HNJ School Closed

6:00 p.m. - Karate (St. Bernardine Hall) Friday, December 31:

HNJ School & Parish Office Closed Saturday, January 1:

9:00 a.m. - Sacrament of Penance

9:00 a.m. - Holy Hour of Adoration

3:30 p.m. - Sacrament of Penance Next Sunday, January 2:

1:00 p.m. - Baptisms

"God greatly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bend, of those in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.” (Philippians 2: 9 - 11)

I just came by to tell you, Lord How happy I have been

Since we found each other’s friendship And you took away my sin.

I don’t know much of how to pray, But I think about you everyday.

So, Jesus...this is ________________

Just checking in today.

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Faithful Stewards...Building Our Future

The Capital Campaign is off to a good start. We have received over $846,797 from our generous parishioners! Our goal for the Campaign is to raise 2 million dollars. Please join fellow parishioners in supporting the campus improvements. You may use the yellow envelopes included in your packets or found in the pews. Thank you for your generosity!

We would like to thank Triple Crown Corp.

for sponsoring an ad in our weekly bulletin.

We would like to thank Shepherds Staff Pet Sitters for sponsoring an ad in our weekly bulletin.

PRAYER LIST

In your charity, please remember the sick, especially: Mary Acri, Michele Ali, Sondra Allen, JoAnne Allison, Elaine Ambrose, Charlie Aponick, Bill Atkins, June Balakonis, Marjorie Belsak, Robert Bender, Sister Bernadette Bergen, Bertha Besciglia, Chris Blue, Kurt Boegli, Patti Boehmer, Bill Brajkovich, Colin Branoff, Marcia Brickner, Betsy Broome, Mery-Beth Brown, Matthew Bunsa, Katelyn Buser, Mary Buser, Dorothy Byers, Ann Campbell, Dwayne Campbell, Lily Carney, Patricia Cartwright, Theresa Rose Cave, Michelle Christman, Lisa Christy, Ashley Clover, Jim Clover, Kristy Constabile, Deacon Lawrence Crudup, Nick D’Amico, Evelyn D’Annunzio, Joe D’Annunzio, Teresa Davis, Leona Deibert, José Delerme, Edward Del Vecchio, Jason Derk, Mary Diamond, Julie Dowhouser, John Duke, Noel Dzurchko, Elaine Dynako, Patricia Eagle, Bob Enterline, Raymond Eyster Jr., Joanne Ferguson, Beth Finn, Elizabeth Fischer, Sean Fitzpatrick, Pamela Fresco, Christopher Frye, Jim Furham, Bernard Gasper, Lorraine Geckle, Cindy Gifford, Betty Giovanniello, John Grab, Angela Purcell Graver, Emily Green, Stephanie Griffith, Rebecca Gruver, Diane Gutshall, Maribeth Gutshall, Diane Haggerty, Donna Hannick, Jason Hannold, Ben Hardy, Hugh Hegarty, Pat Hilfrich, Grant Hodgson, Reagan Hollister, Charles Hopkins, Robert Horney, Betty Ann Houtz, Eric Huston, Jean James, John James, Diane Kaminski, Noelle Karnash, Mary Karpency, Lori Keener, Patty Kelley, Hayden Kelly, Angeline Kenney, Frank Kessler, George Klemick, Jerry Kolman, Frank Konschnik, Lisa Koup, Laurie Krammes, Collin Kratzer, Paul Lance, Al Lane, James LaVia, Rose LaVia, Priscilla Liebner, Terry Lingrel, Deb Loew, Jennifer Manlove, Robert Markowski, Kelly Masi, Rosemary McClure, Barry McKeel, Mike McKenna, Makenzie Mehalick, Nicholas Messer, Lucy Messick, Theresa Mettler, Richard Miller, Gina Mischianti, Catherine Molter, Nick Monoskey, Dianne Moran, William Moultane, Joan Marie Myhre, Marjorie Jude Niland, Linda Norton, Theresa Notarnicola, Lilian O’Connell, Mary Oman, Mollie O’Neill, Joshua Otzel, Addie Pecora, Gerry Pecora, Ursula Peters, Kari Anne Petrone, John Petrone, Tom Phillippy, Faustina Poliskey, Kelly Poyer, Ellie Jane Prestine, Faith Quici, Janice Rabideau, Wanda Raver, Kevin Readinger, Kathy Reed, Eric Rega, Joel Rivera, Jennifer Roberts, Maureen Romano, Louise Rossi, Raul Santos, John Sardelis, Eileen Schell, Lynne Schickley, Erin Selcher, Anne Louise Silberman, Tom Sinkovitz, Mary Skorija, Janet Smith, Mick Smith, Sara Smith, Vince Soccio, Meghan Soheily, Theresa Speitel, Jillian Stanziola, Rita Stasney, Eric Strain, Richard Swartz, John Synoraski, Margaret Taylor, Richard Thomas, Willa Thompson, Thomas Toolan, Jonniene Urban, Daniel Vasques, Luis Villegas, Dominic Vivittore, Sheryl Webster, Genny Whitehaus, John Wierzbicki, Rosalyn Willis, Jeanne Wolf, Doris Wood, Jacqueline Yanalaitis, David Zieter.

Capital Campaign Progress Report

PURPOSE: Four Campus Improvements GOAL: Raise $2,000,000 over 5 years

Total 2019 $170,224

Total 2020 $357,545

2021

January $36,757 February $12,110 March $29,887 April $18,154 May $66,750 June $31,561 July $16,281 August $14,200 September $14,001 October $57,537 November $21,790

YTD 2021 $319,028

TOTAL $846,797

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS - The Knights of Columbus Council #14081 are a faithful and proud group of men serving our parish and community. If you have a desire for camaraderie and the need to serve others, contact Gary Smith, Membership Director, at 717-510-8482 or visit www.KofC.org/joinus.

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PARISH NEWS & ACTIVITIES

THE SOLEMNITY OF MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD, will be on Saturday, January 1. On Friday, Mass will be celebrated at 5:00 p.m. (Vigil Mass); On Saturday, Mass will be celebrated at 8:30 a.m.

Walking With Purpose - Are you interested in getting together with other women to explore your Catholic faith? Would you like to see how the Scriptures apply to your everyday life? If so, we invite you to participate in our Walking With Purpose Bible study! Women of all ages are welcome. Please join us in Room 208 of Holy Name of Jesus School at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.

Our next gathering will be held on Wednesday, January 5. Please contact Vanessa DiSanto or Stefanie Reisser at HNJWWP@gmail.com for more information.

COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN EVENTS -

CCW is a great way to meet women of our parish. The organization runs service activities and supports our Church when called upon. For more information, please visit www.holynameofjesus.com/ccw.

WOMEN OF GRACE STUDIES & EVENTS -

Winter/Spring 2022: In-Person Women of Grace Foundational Study.

Saturday, April 2: Johnnette Benkovic Williams will return to Holy Name of Jesus Parish for a one day Conference! Additional Young Women of Grace Retreat for Girls ages 12-17!

For more information, please contact Chris Arnold at carnold@womenofgrace.com or 717-379-6041

HOLY NAME OF JESUS SCHOOL JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Spanish Teacher: Candidates must possess academic excellence, be fluent in the Spanish Language, and have a dedication to educating the whole child. Applicants for this position must be adept at developing lessons that incorporate rigor and technological components across the curriculum. Teachers in our school work cooperatively to meet the needs of our students through differentiated instruction. Interested candidates are to send their resume to Sister Rita at sisterrita@holynameofjesus.com or call Sister Rita at 717-657-1704.

Parish Financial Report

November 2021

Church Month YTD

Income Sunday & Holy Days 116,088 591,693 Extraordinary 9,135 220,407 Capital Campaign 21,840 125,416 Total Income 147,063 937,516 Expenses Salary & Benefits 30,981 161,938 Other Expenses 43,599 425,352 Deposit to Savings 21,790 125,266 Total Expenses 96,370 712,556

Rectory Expenses 2,367 15,049

Convent Expenses 825 5,308

School

Income Tuition & Fundraising 70,126 604,068 Expenses Salary and Benefits 130,096 627,197 Other Expenses 6,788 63,483 Total Expenses 136,884 690,680

Pre-K Income 2,289 17,684

Expenses 2,832 21,206

Cafeteria Income 15,074 38,852

Expenses 21,973 32,186

Religious Ed Income 0 3,020

Expenses 0 4,139

Gymnasium Expenses 117 480

Total Income 234,552 1,601,140

Total Expenses 261,368 1,481,604

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AROUND THE DIOCESE

ANNUAL DIOCESAN RESPECT LIFE MASS will be held on Sunday, January 16, 9:30 a.m. at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Church in Harrisburg (live stream at www.stmmparish.org). Most Rev. Ronald Gainer, Bishop of Harrisburg, will be the celebrant and homilist.

This Mass is celebrated every year to commemorate the lives lost to abortion since 1973 and to pray for a culture of life in our nation from conception to natural death. All are welcome!

CATHOLIC CHARITIES COME AND SEE APPEAL - Because of the continuing challenges with the coronavirus pandemic, there will not be an in-person Catholic Charities Come and See Dinner this year. However, your support of this appeal is still very much needed. Donations to the Come and See Appeal raise important financial support for the Catholic Charities Homes for Healing - Evergreen House (for women recovering from addiction), Interfaith Shelter for Homeless Families, and Lourdeshouse Maternity Home.

Secured online contributions can be made via the Catholic Charities website at www.cchbg.org. For more info, contact Christopher Meehan, Catholic Charities Director of Development, at cmeehan@cchbg.org or 717-657-4804 ext 284. Thank you for your generosity!

RETROUVAILLE - Not willing to let go of your marriage? Many couples continue to struggle in a marriage but are not willing to give up on each other.

There is hope. Retrouvaille is a program designed to help struggling marriages regain their health. It helps a husband and a wife rediscover or re-awaken the love, trust and commitment that originally brought them together. For more information about the January 28-30 weekend for couples, contact the registration team a retrouvaillehbg@gmail.com or 717-356-2185.

VOCATIONS - Are you called to serve the family of the Lord and share the Father’s love as a priest, deacon, sister or brother? Contact Rev. Matt Cannon (717-652- 4211 or frmcannon@hbgdiocese.org) or Rev. Jonathan Sawicki (frjsawicki@hbgdiocese.org or 717-657-4804 ext. 282).

BOY SCOUTS FAITH BASED SCOUTING Join Holy Name of Jesus

Faith based Scouting Program!

Cub Pack 360: boys in grades K -5 Scout Troop 360: boys ages 11-17 Upcoming Activities

• January 8: Bowling

• January 29: U of Scouting

• February 4-6: Klondike (theme: Escape from the Ice Planet)

• March 11-13: Pack/Troop Camp Out at Camp Tuckahoe; Frontier Fort

For more info, contact:

Dr. Ernie Davis, Committee Chair 717-657-8106

www.holynameofjesus.com/bsa

Holy Name of Jesus would like to announce that the construction of our new rectory is complete, and the debt for this project is completely Paid-In-Full. A sincere thank you to the parish for your support of the Capital Campaign. Holy Name of Jesus Parish has worked together to maintain a state-of-the-art campus to celebrate Mass and create a safe environment to educate our children. The Parish remains committed to its 5-year modernization goal. The remaining plan includes remodeling the business office, social hall/

cafeteria, and church basement. This September marked the start of the third year of the Capital Campaign to raise $2 million for completion of all the projects. Currently, we have received approximately

$850,000. The tentative plan is to complete the business office renovations this spring and possibly start the social hall/cafeteria project this summer. Thank you for your generous support!

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