November 22, 2020 - Sunday Bulletin Resurrection Church
Sunday, November 22, 2020 Resurrection Church Bulletin
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WE WILL BE ISSUING TICKETS FOR ALL CHRISTMAS MASSES.
We want everyone to feel safe and comfortable while attending mass on this special holy day. The only way to be eligible for tickets is by signing up for Flocknote.
We will send out a Flocknote to register for Christmas Masses on December 10th.
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Sunday, November 22, 2020
The Feast of Christ the King
Today’s Gospel passage is the conclusion of Jesus’ discourse with His disciples. It is about the end of time, the coming of the Son of Man, and the final judgment. We hear this description of the final judgment at the conclusion of our liturgical year, the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ the King. In the context of Matthew’s Gospel, this passage might also be read as a conclusion of Matthew’s report on Jesus’ life and ministry; the remaining chapters report the events of Jesus’ Passion and Resurrection.
Click on the attachment for an interesting exercise on today's scripture for children.
Our parish will be Hosting a Mass on
December 5th at 5pm
for couples who celebrated their 50
Wedding Anniversaries in 2020.
Any couple celebrating their 50
Wedding Anniversary (1970) or 25
Wedding Anniversary (1995) in 2020 is most welcome. There will be a renewal of vows and a special Blessing during Mass.
All honorees, parishioners & guests are invited to the Mass.
Jubilarian couples are asked to register at 967-0142 by November 29th.
Unfortunately, we cannot conduct the reception afterwards.
UPDATE FROM POTS
The POTS team is happy to report that we already have ALL of the volunteers we need but we are still
short of where we need to be in order to feed our guests on Thanksgiving Day!
- If you have not signed up to roast a turkey,
consider doing so. The turkey is the “protein star” of an otherwise carbohydrate-laden meal.
- If you don’t have time to cook one yourself,
consider placing an order with
Jerry’s Post Road Market
- The turkeys do not have to be huge, we recommend 15-20 pounds. If you prefer, cook 2 turkey breasts instead. (They cook up very quickly and will free up your oven for your own Thanksgiving preparations.)
Thank you once again for your anticipated generosity.
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1. You may tune in to our live stream masses. Live stream masses will be:
Saturday, November 21st at 5:00pm or Sunday, November 22nd at 10:00am and 11:15am.
LIVE STREAM MASS Click HERE
We pray for the deceased of our parish, especially Catherine Falvey, Margaret Anne Woodtli and Frank X. Starace.
3. We pray for the sick of our parish, especially Maria Keane.
4. USHERS are NEEDED. All of our clergy are healthy. The priest will be wearing a mask during Communion time. Priests sanitize their hands before and after Holy Communion. Communion will be distributed on the hand only.
5. There is ample room for social distancing seating in our church. The church was sanitized and deep cleaned on Friday. The bathrooms are cleaned between each mass.
6. Confessions are available Saturday, November 21st from 4 PM to 5 PM. Six foot social distancing barrier will be in confessional.
7. Masks that cover both NOSE and MOUTH should be worn at all times in Church. This is the correct way to wear a mask as per NYS Dept. of Health/CDC recommendations. Extra masks and hand sanitizers (complimentary) are available at the Boston Post Road entrance.
8. The rectory is OPEN from 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Please feel free to contact us by email,
Thanksgiving Day is on Thursday, November 26th. The Mass schedule is 8:00am and 9:00am mass on Thanksgiving. Parishioners and families are encouraged to attend Mass and start the day off with the Eucharist
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We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who continue to support our parish during these very difficult times. As you may be aware, our electronic giving, through WeShare, has helped sustain our parish, especially during the months when we could not worship in person.
⦁ This weekend, we are dedicating time and effort to expand our electronic giving base. We are not asking for additional donations, but to consider changing the way you support your parish by using
is a very simple way for you to continue to financially support our parish.
⦁ We understand that parishioners like to put their envelopes/donations in the offertory basket. You may continue to do so and write
on the front of the empty envelope or check the box on the envelope that says "we participate in WeShare online giving."
⦁ Finally, thank you for your prayers, which have helped us all get through this year.
Why Give Online?
1. You can share your gifts...
ny way you want, when you want to, where you want to.
2. Leave your checkbook at home.
Set up your returning gift using a credit card, checking or savings account.
3. Your funds are protected.
Your donations are automatically transferred to our parish so it's safer and more secure.
4. Support your parish consistently...
even if you are unable to attend Mass.
5. Give on the go!
Access the site from your mobile phone or tablet.
Parishioners who attend daily mass, can sign up to receive an email each day for the readings of the day.
If you would like to subscribe to the emails for the
, Nov 21, 2020 /Nov 22, 2020, The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, Click
Please be advised that you can print them out at home or you can use your phone or tablet to follow along with the readings in church or at home.
Today's Special Collection is
for The Catholic Charities Campaign.
Catholic Charities of New York depends on you to meet the needs of the poor and vulnerable throughout New York City and upstate New York. Help us provide and create hope. Please Help Support Catholic Charities.
Virtual Rye Interfaith Thanksgiving Prayer Service
Resurrection Church is the host parish 2020-2021.
Please see attached flyer and video below:
Rye Interfaith Thanksgiving Service Flyer Vimeo.pdf
To livestream the 7:00am Mass on Thanksgiving Day
at St. Patrick's Cathedral:
CHECK IT OUT!
Resurrection Parishioners receive a FREE subscription to FORMED, which provides Catholic content from more than 60 organizations to help parishes, families and individuals explore their faith anywhere. Supporting thousands of movies, children’s programs, ebooks, audio, parish programs and studies direct to your browser, mobile or connected device.
To Sign Up:
1. Please visit the FORMED.ORG website.
2. Click Signup and Signup as Parishioner
3. Search for and select Resurrection Church in Rye. Click Next.
4. Enter your name and email address. Click Signup.
5. FORMED does not use passwords, to verify your account, the system will send you an email each time you access it.
Once your email address is setup for FORMED access, go
, click on Signin on top right corner, key in your email address, and then check your email for the link to access.
You can use the button below to link to FORMED.
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We are proud to report that the results in our parish for the 2020 Cardinal's Appeal are impressive. However, for the first time in 42 years the parishes in the Archdiocese have not met the archdiocesan goal because of the coronavirus pandemic.
At Resurrection, the good people of our parish, have been extraordinarily generous to this life-giving appeal. We not only met our goal... we surpassed it. We also surpassed our all-time high goal of 2019!
There are still about 50 families who have not contributed to the 2020 appeal. Please do so so that we can reach our goal of 440 donors.
Since 1978, The Cardinals Appeal has supported the pastoral, spiritual and educational ministries of the Archdiocese of New York. It was started by the late Cardinal Terence Cooke, who has reached the stage of servant of God on the path to canonization as a saint.
Preventing the Flu:
Good Health Habits.
1. Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
When you are sick, keep your distance from others to protect them from getting sick to.
2. Stay home when you are sick.
Stay home from work, school and errands when you are sick. Keep sick children at home. You will help prevent others from catching the illness.
3. Cover your mouth and nose.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing. Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it.
4. Wash your hands often.
Washing your hands and the hands of your children often will help protect you from germs.
5. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or hers eyes, nose or mouth.
6. Practice other good healthy habits.
Get plenty of sleep, by physically active, manage your stress, drink plenty of fluids, and eat nutritious food.
3-Minute Retreats invite you to take a short prayer break right at your computer. Spend some quiet time reflecting on a Scripture passage.
3-Minute Retreats - CLICK HERE
on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 1:00PM