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SMKCP Voice Sunday, April 3, 2022 St Mary’s Knanaya Catholic Parish 46  Conklin Ave, Haverstraw, NY -1092 Pastor : Rev. Dr. Bipy Tharayil ������ 773-943-229 ✉ [email protected] Rectory ☎ 845-786-261 Trustees : Joseph Keezhangattu ✆ 845‐671‐6677 Jose Chamakala ✆ 845‐270‐3001 Alex Kidarathil ✆ 845-664-4336 Church Secretary: Siby Manalel ✆ 845‐825‐7883 Liturgy Coordinator: Sanju Kollaeratu ✆ 914-336-1779 DRE : Sabu Mekkatil ✆ 845-300-3508 Holy Mass Timings : Sunday 11.00 am , Tuesday 7.00 pm, Saturday 5.00 pm Vigil Mass (Westchester mission), Daily Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3.00 pm and Wednesday Rosary at 9.00 pm on our teleconference line. Our teleconference number is 16467699900, conference ID 10927#. Weekly Bulletin 1 
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SMKCP Voice Sunday, April 3, 2022 Season of Lent Deut 8:1-10 1.Peter 4:12-19 Mark 8:31-9:1 Bible verses Romans 12:1 “I urge you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to offer your bodies as a living sacri ce, holy and pleasing to God, your spiritual worship.” Wisdom 7:7 “Therefore I prayed, and prudence was given me; I pleaded and the spirit of Wisdom came to me” Luke 11.13 “If you then, who are wicked, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will the Father in heaven give the holy Spirit to those who ask him?”. Weekly Church collections Rockland Rockland Westchester Westchester Mar/19 Mar/20 Mar/27 Mar/26 $71 $20 Regular Offering $250 $237 $120 Church Dues $91 Special Contribution $105 $155 $20 Pledge Total $1500 $100 $40 $600 $1200 $2455 $1692 $180 Announcements 1. April 3, Sunday Youth Conference Registration kick o 2. April 8th ,9th &10th Lenten Retrea 3. April 8th 6.00 pm Way of the Cross, Mass and Retreat Starts 4. April 15 Good Friday Appointed people 5. Holy Week time schedul A. Palm Sunday 4.00 pm ( Confession 12 - 3.00 pm B. Montey Thursday 6.00 adoration Mass 7.00 p C. Good Friday 6-7 pm adoration & ceremony D. Great Saturday 10.00 am Baptismal Mas E. 7.00 pm Easter vigil Mas F. . Sunday 10.00 am Mass 6. June 24,25&26 Youth Meet at Pallotine Centre, Monroe, N Weekly Bulletin 2 Y . s s m ) e s . t ff if

SMKCP Voice Sunday, April 3, 2022 Saint Isidore of Seville Saint Isidore of Seville’s Story The 76 years of Isidore’s life were a time of con ict and growth for the Church in Spain. The Visigoths had invaded the land a century and a half earlier, and shortly before Isidore’s birth they set up their own capital. They were Arians—Christians who said Christ was not God. Thus, Spain was split in two: One people (Catholic Romans) struggled with another (Arian Goths) Isidore reunited Spain, making it a center of culture and learning. The country served as a teacher and guide for other European countries whose culture was also threatened by barbarian invaders Born in Cartagena of a family that included three other sibling saints—Leander, Fulgentius and Florentina—he was educated by his elder brother, whom he succeeded as bishop of Seville An amazingly learned man, he was sometimes called “The Schoolmaster of the Middle Ages” because the encyclopedia he wrote was used as a textbook for nine centuries. He required seminaries to be built in every diocese, wrote a Rule for religious orders, and founded schools that taught every branch of learning. Isidore wrote numerous books, including a dictionary, an encyclopedia, a history of Goths, and a history of the world—beginning with creation! He completed the Mozarabic liturgy, which is still in use in Toledo, Spain. For all these reasons, Isidore has been suggested as patron of the Internet. Several others—including Anthony of Padua—also have been suggested He continued his austerities even as he approached age 80. During the last six months of his life, he increased his charities so much that his house was crowded from morning till night with the poor of the countryside Re ection Our society can well use Isidore’s spirit of combining learning and holiness. Loving, understanding and knowledge can heal and bring a broken people back together. We are not barbarians like the invaders of Isidore’s Spain. But people who are swamped by riches and overwhelmed by scienti c and technological advances can lose much of their understanding love for one another Weekly Bulletin 3 .if lf . . . . .lf

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