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  • Liturgy of the word Monday, May 15 Acts 14:5-18 Ps 115:1-2, 3-4, 15-16 Jn 14:21-26

    Tuesday, May 16 Acts 14:19-28 Ps 145:10-11, 12-13ab, 21 Jn 14:27-31a

    Wednesday, May 17 Acts 15:1-6 Ps 122:1-2, 3-4ab, 4cd-5 Jn 15:1-8

    Thursday, May 18 Acts 15:7-21 Ps 96:1-2a, 2b-3, 10 Jn 15:9-11

    Friday, May 19 Acts 15:22-31 Ps 57:8-9, 10 and 12 Jn 15:12-17

    Saturday, May 20 Acts 16:1-10 Ps 100:1b-2, 3, 5 Jn 15:18-21

    Sunday, May 21 THE SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER Acts 8:5-8, 14-17 Ps 66:1-3, 4-5, 6-7, 16, 20 1 Pt 3:15-18 Jn 14:15-21




    Pastor: Very Rev. Thomas Willis Parochial Vicar: Rev. D. Terrence Morgan ext. 312

    Parochial Vicar: Rev. Lawrence Peck Rev. Jeffrey Johnston

    Pastoral Associate: Deacon Charles Kanaszka, Jr. ext. 301

    Parish Manager: John Garofalo ext. 304 Director of Music: Dr. Bernie Sans ext. 331

    Director of Religious Education: Barbara Eretto ext. 315 Youth Minister: Ryan Poticny ext. 326

    Finance Office: Diane Clark ext. 311 Bookkeeper: Patti Schiavo ext. 311

    Receptionist: Diane Cowart ext. 335 Secretary: Debbie Yelton ext. 310

    Church Records: Mary Grace Manlandro-Gardy ext. 306

    Bell Tower Gift Shop: 829-0620

    Cathedral Parish School: Kathy Boice, Principal 824-2861

    Cathedral Parish Early Education Center: Jill Valley, Director 829-2933

    CATHEDRAL PARISH COUNCIL Joel Beason David Gauronskas Mary Kelley Kryzwick Anne Marie LaVista (Chair)

    Bill Mullen Mary Petrone Joe Riffe (Secretary) Bob Wagner (Vice-Chair)

    CATHEDRAL FINANCE COUNCIL Richard LaVista, Chair Tom Albano Marilyn Beach Tom Dolan Zack Smith


    5/14 Sunday 9 a.m. Dolores Bentkowski

    5/15 Monday 7 a.m. Angela M. Cox

    5/16 Tuesday 7 a.m. Brian and Mary Pat Campbell L

    5/17 Wednesday 7 a.m. Fr. Christopher Liguori "L"

    5/18 Thursday 7 a.m. Isabella and Tony Armata

    5/19 Friday 7 a.m. Rose Turner

    5/20 Saturday 7 a.m. Jean Subock

    5/20 Saturday 5 p.m. Paul Mumford

    5/21 Sunday 9 a.m. Skowronski Family

    saint benedict the moor

    5/14 Sunday 8 a.m. Josephine Phoenix and deceased family members

    5/21 Sunday 8 a.m. Christine Jonswold

    This weeks Mass intentions

    This Week in Our Parish SUNDAY, MAY 14 9:30 a.m. RCIA, Verot Room 6:30 p.m. Senior Youth Group, Bosco House

    MONDAY, MAY 15 6:30 p.m. Fraternus Closing Ceremony, St. Benedict the Moor Church

    TUESDAY, MAY 16 9:30 a.m. & 4:45 p.m. Legion of Mary meeting, St. Benedict the Moor Rectory 7 p.m. RCIA, St. Benedict the Moor Rectory

    WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 8 a.m. Alpha, St. Benedict the Moor Rectory 5 p.m. Junior Youth Group meeting, Bishop Baker Center 7 p.m. Choir rehearsal (11 a.m. choir), Rehearsal Room

    THURSDAY, MAY 18 7:45 a.m. Altar Guild, Cathedral 6 p.m. Alpha, Bosco House meeting room 6:30 p.m. Amoris Laetitia seminar, St. Benedict the Moor Rectory 7 p.m. Choir rehearsal (9 a.m. choir), Rehearsal Room

    FRIDAY, MAY 19

    SATURDAY, MAY 20 6:30 a.m. Cathedral Mens Group, Bishop Baker Center 7:30-8:30 a.m. Confessions, Cathedral 9 a.m. RCIA, St. Benedict the Moor Rectory


    Mission Statement of the Cathedral Parish St. Augustine, Florida

    We are Christs eyes, ears, mouth, hands, and feet -

    sent out to do justice, especially for the poor and oppressed,

    to minister to the needs of the community, to be faithful stewards of Gods creation -

    awakening faith among the hopeless, and promoting life even within the culture

    of death.


    If you would like a hearing-assistance device that will help you in hearing the Mass, please come to the sacristy before Mass and see one of the sacristans. We have six devices that can be loaned at each Mass.

    If you need a low-gluten host so you can receive our Lord in His Most Precious Body at Holy Communion, please come to the sacristy before Mass and let the sacristan know.

    We provide a shuttle between the parking lot at Cathedral Parish School and the Cathedral for the 5:00 p.m. Masses on Satur-days and Sundays. The shuttle begins at about 4:15 and will get you back to your car after Mass.

    Extraordinary Ministers to the homebound urgently needed Cathedral Parish has an urgent need for Ministers to the Home-bound, bringing the Holy Eucharist to men and women who are confined to their homes as a result of surgery, age, or chronic ill-ness. This ministry allows the homebound to be refreshed with the Eucharist brought to them by members of the community, so they feel supported by their parish brothers and sisters. The outreach is very personal, with the minister bringing the Eucharist, spending 15 or 20 minutes visiting the sick person, and offering them a copy of the Sunday bulletin. Please contact Deacon Chuck Kanaszka, or 824-2806, to offer your assistance with this important ministry.

    Solemn Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament IN THE BLESSED SACRAMENT


    Monday through Friday, following 7 a.m. Mass, until 3 p.m.

    A Historic, Over-the-Top Amount!!!! Thanks to all who made this happen!!!

    We are happy to report that the 2017 Cathedral Festival netted over

    $ 203,000.00 Many thanks to our Festival Chair, Kevin Partel and

    his team, all the great volunteers and to all who came out to support this years Festival!!!

    This is obviously the best Festival ever. The proceeds will go to help us meet the extra expenses that have been in-curred as we help Cathedral Parish School recover from damages sustained from Hurricane Matthew. It will also assist us in providing for needs at the Cathedral Parish School Early Education Center. Thanks for supporting Catholic education in our community!

    FROM THE PASTORS DESK I remember my mothers prayers and they have

    always followed me. They have clung to me all my life.

    -- Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)

    A Happy and Blessed Mothers Day to all our mothers, grandmothers and the many women who are other mothers to us. Today is a special day in our nation to honor those whose gift of motherhood sustains us through life, death and everything in between. Whether living or deceased, take time to give thanks to God for the blessings received from your mother, your wife, and those others who show that there is nothing quite as strong as maternal love.

    With the assurance of my prayers -- Love, Father Tom

    Congratulations, Graduates!!! Over the next couple of weeks, the Class of 2017 from our local high schools and elementary schools will be graduating. St. Joseph Academy will have graduation exercises this week and Cathedral Parish School will do so the following week. And we cant forget those in our public schools as well as those who are home-schooled. To all of you and your families --

    Congratulations and best wishes for your future endeavors!!!

  • Report on Pledges to Bishops Stewardship Appeal from the Cathedral Parish

    [through May 14, 2017]

    Total Amount Pledged: $135,848.00 Families Pledging: 288*

    *Please note that our parish goal is 400 families. If you have not pledged to the BASA, please do so today.

    May 18, 6:30 p.m.: final session of Amoris Laetitia for couples, with Joe Riffe If you are interested in learning more about Pope Francis Amoris Laetitia-The Joy of Love, please join us. Our series for married cou-ples concludes Thursday, May 18, at 6:30 p.m. at the St. Benedicts Rectory (86 Martin Luther King Street). Please contact Joe Riffe, (904) 233.7556, or for additional information.

    Extraordinary Ministers needed for Flagler Hospital If you are a commissioned EM and would like to take Holy Com-munion to the patients at Flagler Hospital, please email Mary Ryan at or call (904) 342-2166. Requirements are: Commissioning as an Extraordinary Minister, completion of the class called "Protecting God's Children," and fingerprinting with background check. After that is completed and the parish has re-ceived your documentation, you will need a hospital ID and spend about 4 hours in orientation at the hospital. Our greatest needs are 1-2 hours on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Some people do one day a month, others do every week, and still others do sever-al times a month. We ask for a commitment of at least one day a month, although more is always welcome. In most cases you will split the hospital visits with one other person. We hope you will consider joining us in this very rewarding ministry.

    Living the Eucharist - Come join our small group Small group participation continues. Newcomers welcome. Our Living the Eucharist group will continue to meet on Thursdays at 10 a.m. at St. Benedict's rectory. We will be doing a Scripture study of the following Su