6W .DWKHULQH 6W .DWKHULQH RI 6LHQD RI 6LHQD 3KLODGHOSKLD 3 3KLODGHOSKLD 3 REV. MSGR. PAUL M. KENNEDYPastorREV. MSGR. JAMES P. McBRIDEPastor EmeritusREV. DAVID M. BUFFUMParochial VicarREV. SAJI MUKKOOTIn residenceDEACON JAMES J. DUFFYDEACON ROBERT H. HALLPermanent Deacons Contact Information9700 Frankford AvenuePhiladelphia, PA 19114Rectory Phone: 215-637-7548 / 215-637-7507Rectory Fax: 215-637-0146Rectory Voicemail: 215-637-7549#200 - Deacon Duffy, Pre-Jordan andPre-Cana classes#201 - Stewardship Committee#203 - Youth Ministry#205 - Kathleen Jaskowiak, Parish Nurse#206 - Home and School Committee#224 - Parish Eldercare Ministry#250 - St. Vincent de Paul SocietyParish Business Manager: Carol BuchsbaumMusic Director: Dr. Francis X. KloseSchool: Mrs. Regina A. Tanghe, Principal215-637-2181 & 215-824-0990Fax: 215-637-8803E-mail: [email protected] of Religious Ed.: Deacon Duffy215-637-1464School Webpage: www.sksphila.orgChurch e-mail: [email protected] website: www.SKSchurch͘ĐŽŵ Mass ScheduleSaturday: 8:00am & 5:00pm Vigil MassSunday: 6:30am, 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pmMonday through Friday: 6:30am and 8:00amHoly Days: 6:30am, 8:00am, 12:00pm & 7:00pm(Holy Day schedule varies on Christmas and NewYear’s Day, and on Holy Days that fall on a Sunday)ConfessionsSaturdays: 10:00 - 11:00amFirst Friday: 7:20 - 7:50amBaptisms1st and 3rd Sundays at 1pm. Parents must pre-register atthe rectory and attend Pre-Jordan classes.Communion CallsThe Priests and Extraordinary Ministers of HolyCommunion bring the Eucharist to those parishioners whoare confined to their homes. Please call the rectory tomake arrangements.MatrimonyEngaged couples should make arrangements with a Priestat least six months prior to the desired date. Informationon Pre-Cana, music and the Liturgy will be provided atthat time.Anointing of the SickPlease contact the rectory before serious surgery or if youare confined to your home.DevotionsThe Rosary is recited daily before the 8am Mass.Miraculous Medal Novena every Saturday after the 8amMass.Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament daily in the RectoryChapel from 7am - 7pmWelcome to New ParishionersRegistration of new parishioners takes place in the rectoryevery Sunday after each Mass.
SAINT KATHERINE OF SIENATORRESDALE, PAJANUARY 16, 2022SANCTUARY CANDLES ANDBREAD AND WINE MEMORIALfor the week of January 16-22, 2022The Sanctuary Candles in the Church burn for:Ann & Bern MatjeSam & Jackie Van HoltEllen CallahanThe Sanctuary Candle in the Adoration Chapel burns for:Kevin RhodesThe candles on the Blessed Mother Altar burn for:Dolores MasnySr. Maureen Lawrence, IHMThe candles on the St. Joseph Altar burn for:Thomas J. MartinDolores MasnyThe Bread and Wine at Mass this week is for:William Ryan, Sr.COVID19 HOTLINE1-877-PA-HEALTH rusWear a Mask & Social Distance if not fully vaccinatedFor the week ofJanuary 17-22, 2022Mon.6:308:00Tues. 6:308:00Wed. 6:308:00Thurs. 6:308:00Fri.6:308:00Sat.8:00Colleen Gogel SmithMarie SorrentinoHarriet ByrneFr. James E. Coakley (Founding Pastor)John “Jack” WardWilliam Ryan, Sr.Lynne ScarpielloMichael TesauroKevin J. RhodesThomas j. Martin, 1st ann.James SimonettiConfessionsBless me Father for I have sinned. It has beensince my last confession and these are my sins . . . .Since the beginning of the pandemic, Confessions havebeen being heard on Saturday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m.in our church. This will remain the practice of our parishuntil further notice. It is encouraging to see how manypenitents see this time as advantageous for their schedules.On rare occasions when both priests are involved withfunerals, confessions will unfortunately not be available atthat time. Please pray for an increase in vocations to thePriesthood!Pre-Jordan SessionsThe Pre-Jordan Program is the opportunityfor parents of babies who are about to bebaptized, to properly prepare for thecelebration of the Sacrament. The sessionsare held on the Second Monday of eachmonth at 7:30 pm in the Church. For moreinformation please contact Deacon Duffy at215-637-7548 ext. 200.Prayers Unite the WorldIn response to the prayer intentions submitted for ourparish for the month of January 2022 to Prayers Unitethe World we received notifications that the followinggroups from far and wide join us in prayers for ourintentions:Congregation of the Humility of MaryPhiladelphia Archdiocese Holy Name UnionGrey Nuns of the Sacred HeartSisters of St. Francis of PhiladelphiaDominican Sisters of HawthorneTo include your own prayer requests please go towww.prayersunitetheworld.org.Think you are alone --- think again!Monthly EnvelopesAs of this writing many parishioners’ envelopes have yetto be delivered by the Post Office. Please be patient aswe have informed both the Post Office and the EnvelopeCompany of the delay.A packet of contribution envelopes has started beingdelivered to the homes of all of our parishioners. Theenvelopes cover the Sundays from January 9, 2022through March 6, 2022.Please call Melanie at theRectory, 215-637-7548 extension 223 if you haven'treceived these envelopes as of yet. We are most grateful toall those who have continued to make contributions to SKSin a timely fashion especially in these unique times withinwhich we find ourselves.
SAINT KATHERINE OF SIENATORRESDALE, PAJANUARY 16, 2022Centennial BanquetsSKS Three Month LotteryWhen you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled,the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed. Althoughthey cannot repay you, you will be repaid at theresurrection of the righteous. When one of those at thetable with him heard this, he said to Jesus, “Blessed is theone who will eat at the feast in the kingdom of God.”Congratulations to the following people who held thewinning ticket(s) for January 1st thru January 9th:“In the midst of this season of giving, when so many areseeking your attention and your generosity, we are happyto share a report on your generosity for the CentennialBanquet for the Poor. As of Sunday, December 26 wehave received 584 gifts amounting to 14,334.00 and thegifts keep coming in. The above words from St. Luke’sGospel ring true in St. Katherine of Siena Parish. Furtherinformation on the Banquet Dinners will be shared as theyhappen. May God bless you and our Parish for thisoutpouring of love and support.1/1(560)Lauren Stefenack1/2(734)Jessica Slook1/3(028)No ticket holder1/4(653)Olivia Castro1/5(192)No ticket holder1/6(310)Joseph Callahan—Andrea Anderson—Amy Mock1/7(652)Lauren Stefenack1/8(429)Brian Duffy, Sr.—Florian Teme1/9(865)Sue O’ReilythThank you to all who participated in this year’s effort.The Sanctity of Human LifeAs we approach the anniversary of the heinous Roe v.Wade decision the following words of Pope Francis inEvangelii Gaudium (The Gospel of Hope) afford us theopportunity to reflect on the sanctity of all human life.Please pray to end abortion.“Among the vulnerable for whom the Church wishes to carewith particular love and concern are unborn children, themost defenseless and innocent among us. Nowadays effortsare made to deny them their human dignity and to do withthem whatever one pleases, taking their lives and passinglaws preventing anyone from standing in the way of thiscrime.”May we always listen to the cries of the most vulnerable onour society and use our voice on their behalf.Attention!Occasionally, our parish is visited by our brothers andsisters who suffer from poverty or homelessness andare seeking help. When this happens, we haveexperienced individuals asking parishioners for cashat our Church before and after Mass. While you maywant to act in charity, please do not give them anymoney. Instead, direct them to the rectory where theycan receive the help they need. We have shoppingbags of food that have been donated, lists ofresources, and gift cards to Shop Rite and Walmart.Thank you for your understanding and God bless!SKS on Frankford Ave and on I-95Don’t miss the billboard directly behind the Firehouse atFrankford and Linden. It is a part of the celebration of ourCentennial year which was inaugurated on November 27thwith the illumination of the SKS window overlookingFrankford Avenue. A companion billboard can be seen asyou come northbound on I-95. It is on the left hand side ofthe road at Rhawn Street just past Cottman Avenue. Pleasedrive safely!
SAINT KATHERINE OF SIENATORRESDALE, PAMen’s Prayer Breakfast You’re InvitedThis is an open invitation to all the men and young men ofthe parish to attend the Men’s Prayer Breakfast onSaturday, January 22nd in Fitzgerald Hall from 8:30—9:30a.m. Our guest speaker will be Inspector Frank Bachmayer.Frank is the Inspector for the four police districts ofNortheast Philadelphia. It promises to be an interestingmeeting. To RSVP or for further information contact FrankCoyne at 215-677-0985.Catholic Podcasts for JanuaryThe Catholic tradition has always held Spiritual Readingin high regard and has recommended it to those who wish togrow closer to God. Perhaps in our day and age, SpiritualListening may be more the trend. What follows is a list ofCatholic Podcasts that will make this spiritual practicepossible for you in your daily life. Listen at home, in yourcar, or in your favorite place to sit and relax, you will behappy that you did. All of these are available using thepodcast app found on most smart phones.* The Cordial Catholic* The Word on Fire with Bishop Robert Barron* Discerning Hearts* In the Company of Charity* Catholic Women Now* Catholic Sprouts-Podcasts for Catholic Kids(Revised for January ‘22)The Society of St. Vincent de PaulWe remain dedicated to helping our neighbors inneed. You are welcome to join our next meetingon Monday, February 7th at 7:00 p.m. via tele conference.If you are in need, know someone in need within the parish,or have questions about our mission, please email:[email protected] or call 215-637-7548 ext. 250.I gave myself weeping to Him, who willingly pardons. Myiniquities had been horrible, but infinite Goodness as suchample arms that it receives whatever turn to it.Dante Alighieri 1265-1321: Purgatory III, 118-1232021 Tax Donation StatementsRequests for 2021 tax donation statements will be takenbeginning January 19th by calling Melanie Mathes at therectory, 215-637-7548, ext 223. Please leave your parishID, name, address and phone number on the voicemail.No request will be taken before this date.Please allow 7 to 10 days foryour request to be processed.JANUARY 16, 2022We’re Back!The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court MysticalRose #2628 will be selling Fritz's Cinnamon Buns, after allthe Masses the weekend of February 12th and 13th. AllPandemic protocols will be followed.Due to an increase in cost from Fritz’s we are forced toincrease the price of Cinnamon Buns to 9.00 per boxeffective with January sales. Thank you for your continuedsupport. OO WKRVH VXIIHULQJ IURP WKH HIIHFWV RI &29,' Frederick AbelloMargaret AlleyWilliam AndersonJoan BarberJim BeiselHelen BoggiJack BronkovicEileen CampbellJoseph CampoloLucila CastroDorothy CavanaughBill ChampionMarianne CharltonTom ChiaffaLisa CiglarMarge ColaBrenna CollierCatherine CzopJane DiGiacomoDavid DriscollDerrick DugganBob EmsDora FeeneyMike Fischer, Jr.Missy FischerThomas J. FluehrElaine GeorgePeter GiannoneJohn GordonMike GrovesSarah GulliferKass GunnTricia HayesEileen HoerstCatherine HollisterBernice Jones-MichlinskiHelen KaneClaire KeoughRichard KingChester KukowskiFrancis KluzinskiJames KluzinskiHarry LampartDanny Mac MurryMelanie MathesDotsie McAllisterMary Ellen McDonaldNoelle McLaughlinJudy MyersDebbie NejmanDorothy NottinghamBonnie QuiringBaby Charlotte RafterJoan RileyMarc RiordanJosephine RomanowskiDorothy A. Rooney, DMDDiana SarrisAmy SchmanekBill SherwinTheresa SherwinPacita SineseFranklin SmithTodd SmithNancy SogliaRev. Paul StensonDorothy StradlingIda SuerkenJustin SwaimKelly TauscherKathy ThomasKaren ThroneBaby Kathryn TisoneAndrew WengenKelly WhiteStephen WhiteJamie WrennLawrence WrennPlease remember all of our parishioners who are homebound orin nursing homes. Please call the rectory at 215-637-7548, ext223 to add a name to the list. Please remember to call therectory to remove a name when your loved ones get well.
SAINT KATHERINE OF SIENATORRESDALE, PAJANUARY 16, 2022Waste not, want notThe earth is in danger of becoming our garbage can. It’sestimated that U.S. citizens throw out 90 percent of whatwe buy within the year. A lot of that is packaging,including the double-packaging of cardboard and plasticaround many products. Let’s clean up our act! Avoidbuying over-packaged items, as well as things you don’treally need. Embrace recycling as an act of love for theplanet and its people. Find new homes for books, clothing,furniture, kitchen items, and technology. Shrink yourfootprint, expand your heart.6FKRRO 1HZV QRWH IURP WKH GYDQFHPHQW RIILFH &ODVVHV DUH IRUPLQJ IRU WKH VFKRRO \HDU &KLOGUHQ PXVW EH E\ 6HSWHPEHU VW 7R UHVHUYH D VSRW IRU \RXU FKLOG IRU 6HSWHPEHU HPDLO RXU GPLVVLRQV 2IILFH VNVDGPLVVLRQVRIILFH#JPDLO FRP 2U &RPSOHWH DQ DSSOLFDWLRQ RQOLQH DW ZZZ VNVSKLOD RUJ Q\ TXHVWLRQV SOHDVH FRQWDFW RXU GYDQFHPHQW 'LUHFWRU 0UV 1LFROH 'RQRKXH DW H[W Think unto others. . .A woman once refused to extend her hand at the Sign ofPeace during Mass. At the time is seemed unfriendly, evenrude to the woman next to her. But after Mass, sheexplained that her arthritis was paining her terribly andshaking hands would have hurt her. The woman sittingnext to her felt embarrassed that she had taken offense sowrongly. How often do we, like the Pharisees, leap to anegative assessment of the motivations of another only tofind out they meant nothing of the kind? Think gently ofothers, as you would like them to think of you.SPONSOR OF THE WEEKWe would like to thankfor advertising in our weekly bulletin.Hollen-FluehrFuneral HomesInterested in advertising in our bulletin? Contact Chris Harteat John Patrick Publishing, 1-215-584-8870 [email protected] . 7 (5,1( (/'(5& 5( 352*5 0 Lisa Shousky, Elder Care Program Manager267-251-7766 (preferred number)or 215-637-7548 x224 (to leave a message)Community ResourcesDo you need information about home care services,transportation options, financial benefits, healthinsurance, legal documents, social activities, home-basedtherapies, housing, etc ?There are a variety of community resources available thatprovide services to seniors and disabled adults. If you areinterested in finding out what community resources areavailable for you, your family, or your friend, please callLisa Shousky at the St. Katherine Elder Care Program.Job OpportunityThere is a Part-Time RN / LPN position (Two days a Weekand 2 Weekends a Month OR 4 Weekends a Month) and aCNA position who is certified to administer medicationavailable at Mount Nazareth Convent, 2755 Holme Avenue.The care involves 10-12 Sisters. Aides assist on the floor.Shift Hours: 6 am—2 pmSalary is negotiable. If interested in scheduling a time for apersonal interview, please contact: Sister Celine Warnilo,CSFN, 215-5430176 Monday through Friday between thehours of 10 am and 4 pm.ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTIONSAFE ENVIRONMENT CLEARANCESDue to Covid-19 restrictions of the 2020-21 School Yearover 200 parents & volunteers had their Safe Environment(SE) Clearances expire so they can no longer participatein class events with their children this 2021-22 schoolyear.If you have previously completed the FULL clearanceprocess you only need to renew your criminal checks. Ifyou are a new student parent wanting to enjoy schoolactivities with your child you must first complete theFULL SE clearance process prior to the school event.Go to www.sksphila.org under the PARENT button go toVolunteer Information and follow instructions or callCarmela, 215-637-7548, x224, for assistance (this is ashared extension). Due to the training involved, pleaseallow 3-4 weeks to complete the process.
SAINT KATHERINE OF SIENATORRESDALE, PASt. Katherine of Siena ParishPrays for our Heroes,All those who “Protect and Serve”This sign on the front lawn of the Church under theFlag Pole is a reminder to all who see it to pray forall those who “Protect and Serve” us in any way.May St. Michael the Archangel protect them, asthey protect us!A list of the men and women serving in the Armed Forcesis posted in this bulletin as often as possible. Please informthe rectory if you wish to add a name to this list, and informus when your loved one completes their service.SKIP NEWSThe SKIP Office is open. You may begin ordering on-linephysical cards TODAY which will be available for pick-upTuesday.SKIP OFFICE HOURSWe’ve changed some of our hours!Here’s our new schedule:Monday: closedTuesday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.Thursday Evening: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.Saturday: closedSunday: 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.go to shopwithscrip.com to see all the stores available!Who Taught You Mercy?Moral leaders agree that the number one lesson we need toteach children is mercy. If the next generation is to survivein an ever-shrinking world full of very differ cultures, thewillingness to seek understanding and to dialogue acrossworldviews is key. The starting point for that kind ofempathetic listening is a heart open to compassion.Compassion literally means “to bear with”: to see and feelanother’s burdens. Who taught you mercy, and how willsomeone learn it from you?Catholic Social Services7340 Jackson Street, Philadelphia, PA 19136Call 215-624-5920 for more information.Food CupboardMondays, Wednesdays, Fridays9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.Diaper PantryBy appointment only, call 215-624-5920Eligibility requirements: 32 weeks pregnant and parent withchildren under age 3.We’re here to help!JANUARY 16, 2022AMERICA, GOD SHED HIS GRACE ON THEE.Please pray for all of our loved ones who are serving in theArmed Service. May St. Michael the Archangel protect them.Serving in the U.S. ArmyCapt. Abena AsareSSgt. Mike Bird1st Sgt. Chad T. ChristPvt. Alfonso ChieffoPFC Robert DarioSSgt Scott Downey2nd Lt. Thomas M. Duffy Jr.CW3 Robert EvansCapt. Jennifer FerraraCapt. William FerraraSPC Brianna R. GalarzaPvt Michael J. Galgon JrPFC Antonio GonzalesPvt 1st Cl. Tim HartSPC Casey HartsonPFC Matthew JohnsonSPC Jason KuczaSgt. Jaimie KurzSPC John LaneCapt. Megan LangdonCapt. Parker LangdonPFC Michael W. LydonCapt. Cara T. McKibbinLeo P. MountMaj. Laura PetersHRNCO Chynna PalekWO2 Eric M. PalekJames RhodesSPC James RagensburgerCapt. Michael RichardsPFC Dennis RodkeySMSgt. R. SchniderSgt. Anthony SneiderPFC James J. Stewart2nd Lt. Michael SweeneyPFC Keegan TonerServing in the US NavyI3 John J. Barras, IVSeaman Kevin FenzilSA Alyssa GarfieldHM3 John GoreyAMC Tim MingleLt. Evelyn Potochny, M.D.Corpsman Doc SuberSeaman Andrew SnyderCPO Michael J. WallLt Comm. Scott WascakServing in theUS Marine CorpsSgt. David Z. AndersonPFC Harley CheathamCapt. William CulpLcpl. Kevin A. DalyW/O Thomas A. DeverPvt. William FranklinLCpl Daniel HasherCpl. Albert KesterPvt. William R. LackmanPvt. Mathew LeonardoCpl. Mark McClernandPFC Michael OaddamsW/O Ryan O’RourkeCpl. Kevin PaulEric RegensburgerSgt. Cody F. ReiceMaj. A. Todd SermariniScpl Carl A. Sher Jr.L.Cpl. Nicholas J. WallickServing in theUS Air ForceAirman Patrick BeckerAB Alex P. BoyceA1C Jeffrey M. CampbellCapt. John ChrampanisCapt. Karen CionciCapt. Kevin DwyerSSgt. Thomas FisherMSgt. Anthony J. GospodarekMaj. Stephen HeptigKelly LattaPFC Anthony MatherSgt. Ryan McGreeveySSgt. Philip J. PearsallSSgt. Richard PrebulaSSgt. Daniel StassonServing in theUS Coast GuardSR Christopher CapobiancoSeaman John P. MeehanSeaman Adam RoddServing in theAir National GuardMSgt Andrew HornCapt. Jared LangLet Us PrayAlmighty God, our heavenly Father, guide the nations of theworld in the way of justice and truth and establish among themthat peace which is the fruit of righteousness, that they maybecome the kingdom of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.Amen!
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