PASTOR Rev. Michael P. Galuppi October 8, th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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PASTORAL ASSOCIATE:

Deacon Thomas M. Harley tharley-olgc@stny.rr.com

DIRECTOR OF FAITH FORMATION:

Robert N. Cargill bcargill–olgc@stny.rr.com DIRECTOR OF OUTREACH

MINISTRIES:

Karen Babicek

outreach-olgc@stny.rr.com MUSIC DIRECTOR:

Drew Deskur music-olgc@stny.rr.com PARISH SECRETARIES:

Margaret S. Frederick and Chris Becker cbecker-olgc@stny.rr.com PARISH LAY MINISTERS:

Terri Blosser, Liturgy Ministry & Pastoral Care Mary Fran Cummiskey & Philip LaDue, RCIA Domestic Violence/ Ruth Ministry-call the Rectory

YOUTH MINISTRY:

youthministry-olgc@stny.rr.com Becky Kruczkowski, Beth Morin

PARISH BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR: Catherine Lancki

TRUSTEES: John Cummiskey & Christine Free

PARISH OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Thursday 9am-4 pm; Friday 9-Noon

Our Lady of Good Counsel Church

701 W Main St

Endicott, NY

www.olgcendicott.org

(607) 748-7417 Fax: (607) 785-6454

Saint Ambrose Parish

203 Washington Ave Endicott, NY

www.st-ambroseparish.org

(607) 754-2330 Fax: (607) 785-6947

PASTOR

Rev. Michael P. Galuppi • mgaluppi@syrdio.org

October 8, 2017—27th Sunday in Ordinary Time

M ASS S CHEDULE

OLGC S TAFF

S T . A MBROSE S TAFF

PARISH BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR:

Helen Makers hmakers@syrdio.org

PARISH SECRETARY:

Mary Anne Tremblay mtremblay@syrdio.org

DIRECTOR OF FAITH FORMATION:

Dawn Valla dvalla@syrdio.org

MUSIC DIRECTOR:

Jim Apicella jmusic1234@aol.com

MAINTENANCE:

Vin Rosenbarker

TRUSTEES:

Gary Leighton & Paul Murray

PARISH OFFICE HOURS:

Monday-Thursday 9-3 pm; Friday 9-1 pm ______________

Bulletin Deadline: Tuesday by 12:00 Noon OLGC: cbecker-olgc@stny.rr.com St. Ambrose: mtremblay@syrdio.org

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EEKEND

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Saturday 4:00pm St. Ambrose Sunday 7:45am OLGC

10:00am OLGC 11:30am St. Ambrose

7:00pm OLGC

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EEKDAY

: Monday 8:30am OLGC Tuesday 12:05 St. Ambrose

Wednesday 8:30am OLGC Thursday 12:05 St. Ambrose

Friday: 12:05 St. Ambrose First Friday: 12 noon OLGC

CONFESSIONS:

Saturday 2:30-3:30 at St. Ambrose Monthly at OLGC (see schedule)

And By Appointment

In case of emergency need of a priest, the parish answer service

can be reached at:

1-877-344-2369

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T HE S ACRAMENTS

Reconciliation: At St. Ambrose Saturday: 2:30-3:30 pm or by appointment. (no confessions on Holy Days and on holidays.) At OLGC on the following Sunday’s: 10/15 from 6:00-6:40 pm.

Baptism: Baptisms may be scheduled during Masses or out- side of Mass. For information and to schedule a date, please call the parish office.

Marriage: Arrangements should be made with our staff at least six months in advance.

RCIA Program: Persons wishing to explore the Catholic faith and receive the sacraments of initiation, please call the director of faith formation at the parish office.

Pastoral Ministry: Parishioners confined to home who would like to receive the Eucharist should contact the parish office .

Saturday, October 7 – Our Lady of the Rosary 4:00 PM Mass (At St. Ambrose)

+ Ann Wahila, Happy Birthday / Family + Delores Liddic / Sister, Kathleen Tinklepaugh

Sunday, October 8 - 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:45 AM Mass (At OLGC)

+ Joseph & Kathryn Bohunicky / Bob & Ann Hoeflein 10:00 AM Mass (At OLGC)

+ Mrs. Paul J. Connelly 50th Anniversary / All Her Children

11:30 AM Mass (At St. Ambrose) + Mary Smith / Family

7:00 PM Mass (At OLGC)

Fr. Hobbes Scheduled Celebrant

Mass for the People & Vocations

Monday, October 9 -

8:30 AM Mass - Miraculous Medal Novena (At OLGC) + Joseph John Materese, Jr. / The Childer’s Family 9:00-10:00 AM - Adoration of the Holy Eucharist

Tuesday, October 10 –

12:05 PM Mass (At St. Ambrose) + Dorothy Baglia / Cathy & Art Rizzi

Wednesday, October 11 –

7:50 AM - Rosary/Chaplet of Divine Mercy 8:30 AM Mass (At OLGC)

+ Ronald Morelle / Luby & Pipher Families

Thursday, October 12 -

12:05 PM Mass (At St. Ambrose) + Mass for Mothers, Living & Deceased

Friday, October 13 –

12:05 PM Mass (At St. Ambrose)

Annamarie Sullivan (liv. int.) / Joseph & Margaret Sullivan

Saturday, October 14 – 4:00 PM Mass (At St. Ambrose)

+ Frank Tinklepaugh, Happy Birthday / Maria & Family + Frank Putrino / Marie & Larry

+ Clem Kovalich (MM) / Family

Sunday, October 15 - 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:45 AM Mass (At OLGC)

Mass for the People & Vocations 10:00 AM Mass (At OLGC)

+ Jean Milano / With Love, Her Family + Fleurette Tremblay / Family

11:30 AM Mass (At St. Ambrose) + Lourdes Abueg / Son, Renato & Mildred Abueg

6:00-6:40 PM - Confessions at OLGC

7:00 PM Mass (At OLGC)

Fr. Cerwonka Scheduled Celebrant

+ Paul Farrell / Phil & Linda LaDue

——— C ALENDAR OF THE W EEK

!!! ———

Dear Parishioners and Visitors,

Greetings from Limerick, Ireland. Rather than cele- brate a private Mass with our group, I have opted to find a local parish here in Limerick and join in with their regularly scheduled weekend Mass. I always love ex- periencing Mass in new places just to see what it’s like—that Mass being the same, but the local flavor of music, church decoration, the unique feel—that has al- ways interested me.

Speaking of parish life, I found this excerpt from Pope St. John Paul II from a book called Draw Near to God. He writes: “Many people today are disoriented and lost in search of genuine community. Often their lives are either too superficial, or shattered by broken- ness. Well, is this not precisely the vocation of the par- ish? Are we not people united in God’s household through our common life?

“Your parish is not mainly a structure, a geo- graphical area or a building but first and foremost a com- munity of the faithful. You are not a Christian all by yourself. To be a Christian means to believe and live one’s faith together with others for we are all members of the Body of Christ. For fellowship to grow, the priest’s role is not enough, even though he plays an es- sential role. The commitment of all parishioners is needed. Each of their contributions is vital.”

May God bless our parishes and inspire us all to take an active role in parish life.

Fr. Michael

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YOUR OFFERTORY TRUST

Thank you for your offerings to our parishes on 10/1 and your support throughout the year. ~Fr. Michael

St. Ambrose Regular collection: $5302 Respect Life: $758

OLGC Envelopes & Loose: $7686.00 OLGC Youth: 49.22 Total: $7735.22

Pray for the Sick of St. Ambrose and OLGC

Michele Allen, Rebecca Anderson, Phyllis Antos, Chris Bal- lard, Jackie Balsie, Mario Battaglini, Ray & Barb Beebe, Sue Berg, Allie Bowen, Julie Brezee, Karen Brown, Christina Butchko, Gina Chapman, Hugo Ciccone, Bill Ciufo, Paul Conti, Caitlin Contino, Erica Contino, Jerry & Mercuria Cumbo; Joseph Cwynar; Jason Davidson, Cathleen Delviilano, Peggy Depew, Pat Dolan, Patricia Duffek, Bill Dunham, Craig English, Carol Fabrizzio, Peter Fanelli, Mary & Tom Farley, Peter Felo, Mary Ellen Fierro, Angelina Fillipelli, Bob Fiorini, Dick Fitzpatrick, Sherry Florio; Bonnie Florence; Joy Forbes, Dennis Grassi, Antonio Gobbo, Joanne Gormley, Philip Grady, Sandy Gresham, Andy & Mary Ann Gresko, Jim Gross, Mary Hopko; Gina Howe, Marie Iacovelli, Mary Ann Jankowski, Jennie Johnson, Donald Johnston, Jean Kearney, Carol Koch, Al & Ester Lawrence, Cindi Lee, Bob Leicht, Christine Leo- nard, Dr. Peter Lethin, Sandra Livingston, Karen Longo, Lisa Lorman; Carol Maughan, Dawn McDonaugh, Kevin & Jerry McNulty, Jeff M, Patrick Monforte, Marci Monico, James Moore, Jerry Moore, Thomas Novak, Steve & Rose Pauk, Con- stance Pekera, Robert Picciano, Ryan Pierse, Rose Poss, Dan Puglisi, Joshua Quinn, Ray Raub, Lori Raub, Frank Salmieri, Lisa Sapolis, Gloria Seward, Jeannette Shelanskey; AJ Sinclair, James Sisenstein, Kristine Sliwa, Charles & Maureen Smith, Julian Smith, Marie Louise Smith, Barbara Snopkoski, Gerard Spirito, Colleen Tipple, Patty TK, Phil Truex, Amanda Vasqu- eze, Bernice Weaver, Herbie Weber, Erica Wells, Annette Yacono, Donna Yesensky, Joe & Reggie Yurko, John Zaleski, Edward & Zofia Zduniak.

**St. Ambrose Prayer Network requests may be called in to Kathleen Tinklepaugh @ 607-785-5462. Please call by No- vember 1 if a non-parishioner still should be kept on the list.

**OLGC requests please call Ginny M. @ 201-9910.

U.S. Military Prayer List

ARMY: Ed Brady, Anthony J. Brown, Thomas Carey, Donald Fallin, Andrew Gregor, Garrett Hendershott, Josh Hashem, Chuck Hranek, Joe Hranek, Linda Kobus, Paul Musa, Jr., Chaplain, Alex Pfister, Anthony Quaranta, Edward Quaranta, Captain J.P. Rebello, Joshua Sherling, Tyler Spadine, Corey Starchok, Jason Wilson, Robert Zielinski,

NAVY: Mitchel Carroll, Jon Donaldson, Emil Ishley, Maria Lescord, Thomas Logan, Heather Resue, Justin Rider, Dylan Urban

AIR FORCE: Joseph Biggs, Robert DeVito, Joshua Dickin- son, John Harrington, Derrick Lescord, Jason McMicken, Ernest McQuade, William Sherrill, James Sweeney, Michael Ulmen, Morgan Vymislicky

MARINES: Joshua Balles, Anthony Dorn, Adam Gates, An- drew Klein, Erik Kobs, Timothy Lasher, Zachary Reardon, Justin Rent, Shawn Runne, Michael Spadine

NATIONAL GUARD: Louis J. Alfonsetti, Dominic Barillaro

RESERVES: Robert Maloney ST. AMBROSE AND OLGC COMBINED

MINISTRY SCHEDULE - October 14-15

SATURDAY - 4:00 P.M.

At St. Ambrose

Altar Servers 2 VOLUNTEERS

Eucharistic Host L.&T. Sherling, M. Scalzo Eucharistic Cup K. Mastrogiacomo, P. Ryan,

M. Monaco, J. Gazdik

Lector 1 M. Thompson

Lector 2 H. Miller-Jones

Usher K. Lane

SUNDAY - 7:45 A.M.

At OLGC

Altar Servers K. Koprevich, D. Testa Eucharistic Host P. Cargill, D. Caroompas,

Dc. Harley

Eucharistic Cup W. Caroompas, S. Masters, R. Heiland, N. Michael Lector 1 P. Heiland

Lector 2 G. Frey

SUNDAY - 10:00 A.M.

At OLGC

Altar Servers A.&G. Howell

Eucharistic Host S. Bender, B. Conroy, Dc. Harley Eucharistic Cup C. Lancki, B. Medwetz,

P. Pawleshyn, J. Spadine

Lector 1 L. DeLuca

Lector 2 J. Fountaine SUNDAY - 11:30 A.M.

At St. Ambrose

Altar Servers A.&K. Murray

Eucharistic Host D.&H. Makers, C. Titti Eucharistic Cup P. Sergent, E.&J. Singleton,

F. Butler-Groat

Lector 1 R. Serowik

Lector 2 P. Murray

Usher F. Frankovsky

SUNDAY - 7:00 P.M.

At OLGC

Altar Servers T. LaBarre, VOLUNTEER Eucharistic Host S. Garrett, B. Morin, A. Silvernail Eucharistic Cup K. Babicek, T.&G. Blosser,

A. Patelunas

Lector 1 H. Miller-Jones

Lector 2 M. Westerlund

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4 DATES TO REMEMBER

St. Ambrose

10/8 NO FAITH FORMATION 10/10 1:00 pm - Legion of Mary - MCH 10/11 5:30 pm - Soup Kitchen - Cafeteria 10/11 7:00 pm - Choir Rehearsal - Church

10/12 11:40 am - Miraculous Medal Novena - Church 10/12 12:45 pm - Knitting Group - MCH

10/15 10:00 am - Faith Formation - School & MCH 10/14 Blessing of Children

10/15 Blessing of Children/Coffee Hour

COLLECTION COUNTERS for October 8: Team A

SOUP KITCHEN: Team for October 18: 3rd week of the month.

ALTAR CARE: Team workers for the month of October are Judy Wright and Sally Linko.

PARENTS: Please make sure children are accompanied when they go to the restroom as per diocesan policy.

OLGC

10/11 - 3:00-6:30 pm OLGC Job & Career Fair

10/13 - 5:30 pm Soup Kitchen (see health care assistance below) 2nd Friday of Month - Blood Pressure Checks done

3rd Friday of Month - 4:30-6:00 pm Fidelis Care Rep.

Last Friday of Month - 4:30-6:00 pm United Health Care Rep 10/14 - 8:00-3:30 pm Lourdes Medical Mission

Are you interested in Pastoral Care Ministry? We can use some individuals to visit & bring Communion to our parishioners in nursing homes or who are not able to attend Mass on a temporary or permanent basis. Training & information will be provided for you. Please call Terri at 341-1120 or the Rectory.

Have you ever thought about becoming Eucharistic Minister, Lector or Usher? These are know as Liturgical Ministries. We could use more parishioners to help out with our weekend Masses, so now is the time to take that step in courage and faith. Call Terri at 341-1120, or notify Fr. Mi- chael, Deacon Tom or the Rectory.

VIRTUS Training: It is recommended that all volunteers take the Safe Environment Training class. If you are in need of training or to re-cert, please go online to Virtus.org, select Syracuse Diocese to view classes & register for preferred date.

All members of the Parish are invited & encouraged to join The Knights of Columbus celebrating the Rosary at 9:30 on the 5th Sunday of the month, October 29th, in the OLGC Eucha- ristic Chapel behind the Altar. This is the 4th of 5 opportunities to Honor the Blessed Virgin Mary as a parish family in 2017.

Religious Education:

OLGC Elementary & Middle School (Faithways) classes resume next Sunday 10/15 and Tuesday 10/17.

The final class for all Confirmation Candidates (Grade 11) is Sunday, October 22, at 1:00 pm in the Church. Confir- mation Rehearsal is Sunday, October 29, at 1:00 pm.

St. Ambrose FAITH FORMATION : 10/8 - NO FAITH FORMATION

10/15 - Class 10 - 11:15 am in the school & MCH

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Information Seminar about the Permanent Diaconate For- mation Program on Sunday, 11/5 from 2-4:30 pm at Most Holy Rosary Church in Maine for men wishing to apply this year to enter the September 2018 program. To register visit deaconfor- mationsyracuse.org or call Fr. Aiello 315-470-1479 for more information.

THANKSGIVING BASKET SIGN-UPS will take place now through October 20 at the following locations:

Mother Teresa Cupboard, 202 Garfield Ave., Endicott Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9 am - 2:30 pm

Binghamton Food Pantry, 100 Main St.

Monday, Wednesday-Friday 9-11:30 am & 1-3:30 pm Tuesday 1-3:30 pm

• Residents of Vestal, Maine, Endwell and Endicott, please sign up at Mother Teresa’s Cupboard

• Residents of Johnson City may choose either pantry, but must sign up at only one

• Residents of the Windsor Central School District must sign up with Windsor Human Development.

• All other Broome County residents, please use the Bing- hamton Pantry.

Higher Ground - Are you Divorced or Separated? Do you know someone who is and is struggling emotionally? Higher Ground is a group of people who have experienced that pain and can help those who are hurting start to heal. We empathize and listen and share our stories to let you know that you are not alone. Our meetings are informal and friendly. We invite you to join us: Meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month at the Sophia House at OLGC 7-8:30 pm. Call An- gela 239-8248 or Joe 748-9205.

THANK YOU to all those who contributed to the success of our recent rummage sale. We appreciate the craft group mem- bers and all the other hardworking volunteers who sorted, priced, sold and cleaned up. Thanks to those who made dona- tions and the customers who supported OLGC & raised $4,000.

Are you hurting in your marriage? If your marriage has be-

come troubled or stressed then the Retrouvaille Program can

help. For more information, call 800-470-2230.

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5 OUTREACH CORNER:

Outreach Ministry e-mail: Outreach-olgc@stny.rr.com

OLGC FOOD PANTRY NEEDS:

For The Pantry… Pasta Sauce, Tuna

Peanut Butter & Jelly

To donate coupons to help purchase items for the OLGC Food Pantry, place them in the plastic holder outside the pantry.

MOTHER TERESA’S CUPBOARD is in need of cereal, juice & crackers. Please be generous.

Soup Kitchen: Team Leaders Soup Kitchen Yearly Meet- ing will be held on October 24th at 6:30 pm in Hobbes Rm.

Funeral Luncheon Teams are in need of volunteers will- ing to run the dishwasher & help with lifting heavier food pans. If interested please email Karen at outreach- olgc@stny.rr.com.

“Make a Difference Day” On 10/22 from 11-3 pm OLGC will be sponsoring a “Make a Difference Day”. We will be collecting several items to distribute in our local com- munity to those in need & will be having a fund raising event for “Showers of Hope” Project. We would like to have a Basket Raffle: If you are interested in donating a basket or donating items to put in basket, please drop off your donation(s) to OLGC Rectory between 10/1-10/15. Basket idea flyers with creative ideas are available at the OLGC en- trances. We need volunteers to help sell food & run donations areas. If interested there are sign-up sheets are each OLGC entrance. If you attend St. Ambrose and would like to help, call 748-7417 or email Karen at Outreach-olgc@stny.rr.com

Lourdes Medical Mission will be hosting their annual free Medical Mission Day on Saturday, October 14th at the OLGC Parish from 8:00-3:30 pm. All services are FREE and NO insurance is needed. Services will be on a FIRST- COME, FIRST SERVED basis until the end of the mission day.

The Ministries of the Southern Tier “Showers of Hope”

Project Needs Volunteers: To help out on scheduled shower days as well as working behind the scenes organizing donations, etc. For more information regarding volunteer opportunities and/or to sign up for volunteering, please call Mary at 723-9208. The Shower unit is now available at St. Patrick’s Parish 11:30-1:30 pm on Thursdays and at St. Ambrose’s Parish 3:00-5:00 pm on

Wednesdays. They are adding new sights to their itinerary and will need new volunteers to man those sites.

Save the Date: 10/16 - Medicare Presentation at 5:00 pm in the OLGC Church Hall.

—— YOUTH CORNER —–—

All Students from Both Parishes Welcome Corn Maze!!! - Middle & High School Students on Sun- day, October 22nd **TIME CHANGE**: 4-6:00 pm.

Cost $5.00. We will leave OLGC at 1:30.

Middle School & High School & Families from Both Churches: Feed my Starving Children-Southern Tier Mo- bile Pack November 3-4 at Endwell United Methodist Church.

TIME from 1:30-3:30 pm. 20 spaces reserved for OLGC helpers!!! Families encouraged to participate. Sign ups on the Youth Ministry Bulletin Board. FMSC’s mission: Feeding God’s starving children hungry in body & spirit. The ap- proach: A simple process. Volunteers hand-pack the meals and donate to FMSC food partners around the world. Sign up NOW!

Looking Ahead: It’s that time again! Poinsettia & Wreath Sales to benefit the youth attending NCYC. Orders will be taken after Masses on 10/21 & 10/22, 10/28 & 10/29 and 11/4

& 11/5. Half of all the sales go to the youth. Thank you.

NCYC Meeting on October 15th from 11-11:30 am in the Fr. Hobbes Room. We will be choosing trading items and designing T-shirts. All participants please attend!!!

ST. AMBROSE CYO is looking for basketball players and cheerleaders for the 2017-18 season. If interested, please call 607-754-2330.

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Important Information

Syracuse Catholic Women’s Conference on Saturday, October 28th in the Convention Center at the Oncenter in Syra- cuse. Register online at www.SyracuseCatholicWomen.org.

Seats are still available for the Bus at $15 per person. Please contact Judy at 206-6205.

2017 OLGC Job & Career Fair: Are you looking for em- ployment? Wednesday, October 11th from 3:00-6:30 pm will be our Job Fair in the OLGC Gym. 62 businesses signed up will be in attendance. All welcome & encouraged to attend. If you are interested in volunteering to set up or take down tables, please come on Tuesday, 10/10 at 9:00 am or Wednesday, 10/11 at 6:00 pm. Any help would be appreci- ated. Thank you.

Annual Annulment Info Session on October 17 at Christ

The King Retreat Center Syracuse from 6:30-8:00 pm (6pm

registration). No Cost to attend. Call 315-472-6754 or syra-

cusediocese.org for more information.

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MASS READINGS FOR THE WEEK

Monday, October 9

Reading 1: Jonah 1:1-2:2,11; Gospel: Luke 10:25-37

Tuesday, October 10

Reading 1: Jonah 3:1-10; Gospel: Luke 10:38-42 Wednesday, October 11

Reading 1: Jonah 4:1-11; Gospel: Luke 11:1-4

Thursday, October 12

Reading 1: Malachi 3:13-20b; Gospel: Luke 11:5-13

Friday, October 13

Reading 1: Joel 1:13-15,2:1-2; Gospel: Luke 11:15-26 Saturday, October 14

Reading 1: Joel 4:12-21; Gospel: Luke 11:27-28

Sunday, October 15 Reading 1: Isaiah 25:6-10a Reading 2: Philippians 4:12-14

Gospel: Matthew 22:1-14 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

The ST. AMBROSE SANCTUARY LAMP burns this week to the glory of Almighty God and in memory of the

Mary Smith at the request of her family.

Religious Corner

Why Do Catholics Do That?

If God is omnipotent and provident, why then does evil exist? To this question, as painful and mysterious as it is, only the whole of Christian faith can constitute a response.

God is not in any way - directly or indirectly - the cause of evil. He illuminates the mystery of evil in his Son Jesus Christ who died and rose in order to vanquish that great moral evil, human sin, which is at the root of all other evils.

Why does God permit evil? Faith gives us the certainty that God would not permit evil if he did not cause a good to come from that very evil. This was realized in a wondrous way by God in the death and resurrection of Christ. In fact, from the greatest of all moral evils (the murder of his Son), he has brought forth the greatest of all good (the glorifica- tion of Christ and our redemption).

WISDOM OF THE SAINTS: “You cannot be half a saint; you must be a whole saint or no saint at all.” ~St.

Therese of Lisieux

A FAMILY PERSPECTIVE from the Office of Family Life Education (A Hope Appeal Agency)

Every family is visited by difficult times which can unite or divide. These hardships, which we would quickly re- ject, hold the potential to be the unifying “cornerstone” where we drop our pettiness and defenses and pull together, linked by a common bond and love for one another.

News / About Town

THE WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS GROUP of Church of the Holy Family will hold a halupki lunch Thursday, October 12, 1 pm. The speaker will cover the changes in medicare. $8/person, reservations required. Call 607-748-0812.

KNIGHT AT THE MOVIES will be held Friday, October 13, 5 pm at Knights of Columbus Hall, 136 Park Ave., Binghamton.

“Liberating a Continent: John Paul II and the Fall of Commu- nism” will be shown. Free popcorn, cash bar, Pizza - $8.99/pie,

$1/topping (onion, pepper, mushroom, pepperoni, sausage) White Garlic. All proceeds go to the K of C Wheelchair Fund.

UNLOCKING THE MYSTERY OF THE BIBLE - YOUNG A D U L T B I B L E S T U D Y A N D D I N N E R Friday, October 13, 5:30 pm at Sts. John and Andrew’s, Bing- hamton, Youth Room. Join young adults on the second and fourth Fridays of each month for an eight-part study that provides the easiest way to understand the Bible. Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible makes the complex simple. For more information, email Kevin McKeon at kevindennismckeon@gmail.com.

ANNUAL BLOOD ANALYSIS CLINIC sponsored by the End- well League of Community Action will be held Saturday, Octo- ber 14, 6-10 am at Endwell United Methodist Church, Endwell, NY. Cost is $40. To register or for more information, call 1-800- 234-8888.

15th ANNUAL FALL & HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW will be held Saturday, October 14, 10 am-3 pm at 2801 Wayne St., Endwell. Free admission, handmade crafts, delicious food, awe- some desserts, and raffles. For more information, call 607-785- 3427.

AMERICA NEEDS FATIMA ROSARY RALLY will take place Saturday, October 14, 12 pm behind St. Joseph's Church, 207 Hayes Ave., Endicott by Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto. An estimated one million Catholics will be praying at this time on the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima. This rally will bless our families, communities, and nation. Bring a lawn chair and help us pray to Our Lady for the consecration of the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, a pure mother's heart.

DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’, a benefit for Lynn Dellapenta Ray, will be held Sunday, October 15, 1-4 pm at McGirk’s Irish Pub, 1 Kattelville Rd., Binghamton. $20/person includes music by Rich Wilson, a spaghetti dinner, and more. For more informa- tion, call 607-752-1308.

ST. CYRIL’S CHURCH is sponsoring an “Ethnic Dinner”

Sunday, October 15, 11:30 am-2:30 pm at St. Cyril’s Center, 148 Clinton St., Binghamton. Halupki, pierogi, kielbasa, haluski, and homemade desserts. $12/adults, $/

children. Tickets may be purchased at the door, take-out

available. For more information, call 607-724-1372.

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Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.

1165 Front St. Binghamton 772-8362

Area’s Only Linc Service Contractor For All Of Your Heating & Cooling Needs

Anthony J. Ciotoli Heating & A/C

Heating & Air Conditioning Commercial & Residential

797-0664

Dan Mastronardi

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Concrete Driveways • Patios Sidewalks Basement Floors Garage Floors Foundation Walls Excavating Retaining Walls

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607-786-1967 607-760-5518

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785-6666 TAKE OUT:

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Mobile Auto Interior Detailing Service carmaidsdetailing@gmail.com Teena Cargill

Owner

Call/Text 607.372.9432

Doug’s Automotive Service

Fix It Right The First Time!

DougsAuto1842@yahoo.com

1842 Union Center Hwy., Endicott, New York 13760

Douglas D. Kent,

Owner

607-658-0072 • 607-658-9079 Fax

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511-13 East Main Street Endicott, New York 13760

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140 Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, NY 13790

(607) 729-4933

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Physical Therapy

797-5414

Mike Brunner PT • Louis Boisvert PT

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Ave Maria Catholic Shop

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166 Harry L Drive • Johnson City, NY 607-770-4575 • www.avemariacatholicshop.com

Marchuska Glass, LLC.

Endicott, NY Commercial & Residential

(607) 786-3762

501 Day Hollow Road Endicott, NY 13760

748-5351

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Mark J. Murphy & Steven Gabriel, Co-Owners Ronald Yurecka, Licensed Manager

FUNERAL HOME, LLC

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FOREIGN & DOMESTIC

AUTO REPAIR

625-3015

1429 Main Street Apalachin, NY

COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL

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Est. 1917 - 4 Generations of Reliable Service 1555 Union Center - Maine Hwy

• All Types of Countertops

• Free In-House Designs & Estimates

• PRICED BELOW HOME CENTERS Ph/Fax: (607) 785-1931 www.kitchenconceptsgb.com

Clem & Barbara Poteran

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Decks • Ceramic Tile • Interior Painting

• Free Estimates

• Quality Workmanship • Insured

“No Job Too Small”

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www.murraystile.com 607-754-9306

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Specializing in “Quality” Meats

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1-800-477-4574

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OXI FRESH CARPET CLEANING

The World’s “Greenest” Carpet Cleaner

ONE HOUR DRY TIME

607-251-3030

10% of Every Parishioner Job Donated to the Parish - Use Code: CB2017

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