Mass Schedule: Saint Ann's
Saturday Evening Winter: 4:00 PM ( after Labor day)
Sunday: 7:30, 10:00 & 11:30 AM - 7 PM Sunday nite
Weekdays: 7:30 AM Mon-Sat (Chapel)

Pastor: Rev. John Carmichael
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Saint Ann's By the Sea, Ocean Bluff, MA
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The Daughters of St. Paul Choir
Concert SOLD out. Over 400 tickets were sold.
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MINISTRY OF THE MONTH
The Liturgy of the Hours or Divine Office
Man’s sanctification is accomplished,and worship offered to God in the Liturgyof the Hours as an exchange or dialogue between God and man in which “God speaks to his people...and his people reply to him in song and
prayer.”
Morning Prayer is offered daily Monday through Saturday
7:15am in the Chapel.


591 Ocean Street Marshfield, MA 02050 phone 781- 834- 4953 fax 781- 834 -7472
Cluster Parishes Mass Schedules:
Lady Of Assumption Mass Schedule
Saturday 8:00 AM, 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM
St Christine's Mass Schedule
Saturday: 5:00 PM (Vigil)Sunday: 7:00 AM
& 9:00 AM 11:30 AM (Sept - May)
Weekday Mass: 9 AM. (Mon - Fri)
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
Holy Family Duxbury Mass Schedule
Saturday, 5:00 pm Sunday, 7:00 am;
Family Liturgy 8:30 am; 10:00 am; 11:30 am
Daily Monday - Saturday, 8:15 am in Our Lady's Chapel

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WELCOME
IN MEMORIAM:
The Bread, Wine and Candles in the Church for the monthof AUGUST have been donated in memory of THOMAS REGAN and
CHRISTINE ROACHE
The Bread, Wine and Candles in the Chapel have been donated in memory of members of
The CENTOLA FAMILY
PASTOR'S MESSAGE
591 Ocean Street Marshfield, MA 02050 phone 781- 834- 4953 fax 781- 834 -7472
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NEW OFFICE HOURS!
Please note, the parish office is now open Monday, Tues, Wednesday 9am-2pm.. 781-834-5943 Parish Coordinator: Mrs. Elizabeth Hood, ext. 12 email


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OUR NEW MUSIC PROGRAM will include PRAISE & WORSHIP MUSIC
We need folks who play the electric guitar and acoustic guitar. Do you play the tin whistle or accordion? We will need these musicians on an occasional basis.
We provide the music and training.
Email for information and all inquires: cestrella426@gmail.com

THANK YOU
For all the donations for those who have
valiantlyserved our country.
This month we are COLLECTING
SOCKS & SNEAKERS!


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WINGS WOMEN IN GODS SPIRIT
Tuesday Mornings 9AM in the Rectory
BEGINS MAY 13, 2014
“CELEBRATING THE SACRAMENTS”

ST. ANN BY THE SEA CHAPEL
EVERY FRIDAY 8AM—5PM
EVERY SATURDAY8AM –9AM
DIVINE MERCYCHAPLET 3PM FRIDAYS
CCD NEWS RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
2014 -2015 CCD REGISTRATION
REGISTER TODAY!!! click here

MISSION TRIP SUPPLY
DONATION WISH LIST

Sm. Paint Brush
Paint Roller and Tray
Lg. Paint Brush
Drop Cloths
Painter’s Tape
Paint Buckets
Trash Bags
Paint Scraper Work Gloves
Hammer Nail Apron
Safety Goggles Tyvek Suit
Face Masks(N95 or P100) Putty Knife
Rags Caulking Gun

Above is a list of tools the Volunteers will need to bring each day as they work on homes in the Catskill Mountains.

I’d like to share something I read by :
St. Caesarious,“Sweet is the thought of mercy, but even more so is mercy itself. It is what all men hope for, but unfortunately, not all men deserve. For while all men wish to receive it, only are few are willing to give it. How can a man ask for himself, what he re-fuses to give to another? If he expects to receive any mercy in Heaven, he should give mercy on earth. Do we all desire to receive mercy? Let us make mercy our patroness now, and she will free us in the world to come. Yes, there is mercy in Heaven, but the road to it is paved by our merciful acts on earth. There is, therefore, an earthly as well as heavenly mercy, that is to say, a human and divine mercy. Human mercy has compassion on the miseries of the poor. Diving mercy grants forgiveness of sins. Whatever human mercy bestows here on earth, divine mercy will re-turn to us in our homeland. In this life God feels cold and hunger in all those who are stricken in pov-erty; for remember, he once said: “what you have done to the least of my brother's you have done for me.” yes, God who sees fit to give us his mercy in heaven, wishes it to be a reality here on earth. What kind of people are we? When God gives, we wish to receive, but when he begs, we refuse to give. Remem-ber it was Christ who said, “I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat.” When the poor are starving, Christ too hungers, do not neglect to improve the unhappy conditions of the poor, if you to wish to en-sure your own sins be forgiven you. Christ hungers now, my brethren; it is he who deigns to hunger and thirst in the persons of the poor, and what he will return in Heaven tomorrow is what he receives here on earth today. What do wish for, what do you pray for? My dear brothers and sisters, when you come to Church? Is it mercy? How can it be anything else? Show mercy, then, while you are on earth, and mer-cy will be shown to you in Heaven. A poor person asks you for something: you ask God for some-thing. He begs for a morsel of food: you beg for eternal life. Give to the beggar so that you may merit to receive from Christ. For he it is who said: “give and it will be given to you.” It baffles me that you have the impudence to ask for what you do not give. Give when you come to church. Give to the poor. Give them whatever your resources will allow.” (An Archbishop , St. Caersarious was revered for his more than forty years of service and for presiding over Church synods and councils, including the Council of Orange in 529. He died on August 27. )
God Bless You!
MISSION : ADULTS & YOUNG ADULTS

“ Follow in Jesus’ footsteps in search of souls. Carry Him and His light into the homes of the poor, especially to souls most in need. Spread the charity of His Heart wherever you go and so satiate His thirst for souls.”
Blessed MotherTheresa of Calcutta
Western MA
Adult & Young Adult Mission Trip
Columbus Day Weekend
OCTOBER 10th—13TH
PILGRIMAGE FOR LIFE 2015
JANUARY 21st– 23rd, 2015
Washington D.C.
STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK
Adult & Young Adult Mission Trip
APRIL 19TH– 25TH
Interested Please Call Will Rein @781-834-4953 contact Will by email
Altar Linens: Volunteer Opportunity
Would you like to be involved in keeping the altar
beautiful— from the comfort of your own home?
We are seeking additional volunteers to help with the
special task of laundering and pressing the altar
linens. Volunteers in this role pick up the used altar
linens from the rectory on their designated Monday, wash and press them,
then return them by the end of the week. If you are available to assist on
a monthly or on an alternate/fill-in basis, please contact the rectory.
Training will be provided.
Thank you!
Sacred Heart High School in Kingston has an urgentneed for families who are interested in hosting an international student from China for the 2014-2015 school year. The international students live with host families while they attend Sacred Heart High School.
This is a wonderful opportunity for your family to learn about a different culture while helping a
student to experience the American culture! A
monthly stipend is provided to host families to cover associated costs of hosting an international student.
For more information, please contact the AdmissionsOffice at Sacred Heart High School at 781-585-7511,ext. 338 or email: admissions@sacredheartkingston.com, or
Laura Parry, Program Manager
at laura@eduboston.com.
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A Student's Prayer Come, Holy Spirit, Divine Creator,
true source of light and fountain of wisdom! Pour forth your brilliance upon my dense intellect, dissipate the darkness which covers me, that of sin and of ignorance. Grant me a penetrating mind to understand, a retentive memory, method and ease in learning, the lucidity to comprehend, and abundant grace in
expressing myself. Guide the beginning of my work, direct its progress, and bring it to successful completion. This I ask through Jesus Christ, true God and true man, living and reigning with You and the Father, forever and ever.
Amen.
(By St. Thomas Aquinas)
Vacation bible school pictures ( click here)
Look forward to welcoming Fr. Thomas Hun-stiger from Cross Catholic Outreach next week-end (8/23-8/24). A native of St. Paul, MN, Fr. Hun-stiger was ordained in 1963 in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Father Tom retired in 2002 after 40 years of parish work in the local Archdiocese.
He was able to build up vibrant faith communi-ties, enabling the parishes to reach out to the Devel-oping World countries of India, Africa and Vietnam.

Since 2002 he has been preaching to various parishes throughout the United
States on behalf of the poor through Cross Catholic Outreach.
He was able to ful-fill his dream of working in his retirement by being a voice for the poor promoting links with U.S parishes with those of the Third Worl