May 2, 2010

REFLECTING ON THE WORD

Today's Gospel begins with the words, "When Judas had left them…" (John 13:31). We are at the Last Supper with Jesus, a few hours before he will be arrested, tried, and condemned to death. Immediately after this passage comes the prediction of Peter's denial. Between the move toward betrayal and the prediction of denial, in his darkest hour, Jesus speaks of his glorification and what that means for those who will follow him.

In all that follows, which includes his suffering, death, and resurrection, God will be glorified and God will glorify Jesus. This is the "hour" for which Jesus came—to be lifted up and to draw all to himself in an ultimate act of love. All is moving toward that moment when Jesus will say from the cross, "It is finished" (John 19:30).

Jesus' love is now to be found in the community that gathers in his name, in our love for each other, a love willing to give of itself completely for others, thereby mirroring the love that Jesus has for his disciples. The meaning of life is to be found in the giving and receiving of love.

In his encyclical God is Love, Pope Benedict XVI writes that "the Church's deepest nature is expressed in her three-fold responsibility: proclaiming the word of God, celebrating the sacraments, and exercising the ministry of charity. These duties presuppose each other and are inseparable" (#25). Preaching Jesus, celebrating Jesus, and loving one another in Jesus—this is the circle of life in which we are caught up and that moves out to embrace the world.

Taken from: LIVING THE WORD, Scripture Reflections and Commentaries for Sundays and Holy Days, Dennis Sylva and James Wallace.

May 2, 2010

SUNDAY April 25, 2010 OFFERINGS:

$11,893.00

Hekima Collection

$5,504.00

THANK YOU

Dear Friends of Saint Scholastica, thank-you and blessings on all of you for the help you have given us for the girls. You have donated $5,504.00 and we are very grateful. Please know that every single cent will go to a new house for the girls. To hear news of them, please drop an email to Hekimaplace@yahoo.com.

Be Blessed, Kate Fletcher

STAY IN TOUCH

Help us to maintain an updated census by letting us know if you move or have a new telephone number. Also, we would like to know if a member of your family or of the St. Scholastica family enters or leaves a Nursing Home or Assisted Living facility. We like to stay in touch with them and let them know they remain in our prayers. Keep us posted so we can stay in touch!

PENTECOST SUNDAY—NEW PARISHIONER WELCOME

Please join us in the Pastoral Center on May 23, Pentecost Sunday, to welcome new members who have joined the parish. The open house and breakfast buffet will be after the 7:30am, 9am and 11am Masses. All parishioners are invited to attend.

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

Our parish secretary, Pat Wolfson, is on sick leave following an operation. We are hopeful she can rejoin us next month. In the meanwhile our temporary office hours are: Monday-Wednesday from 10:00am- 3:00pm. We will be closed on Thursday and Friday. If you need Mass cards, sacramental records, etc., please call the Parish Office (412-781-0186, ext # 10) and leave a message. We will get back to you within a day. We appreciate your patience. Fr. Ken

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations to all of our students who recently received the sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation. We are very proud of you! A special thank you to all of the parents, teachers, catechists and small group leaders who have led by your example of faith.

SENIOR NIGHT

Saturday, June 5th at the 5:00 youth mass we will honor our graduating seniors. After mass we will have a picnic on the lawn with live music. Seniors please RSVP to jamiedillon@comcast.net if you plan to attend.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Register now for Faith Rocks! Vacation Bible School. June 14-19th 9:00am -12 noon. This is for youth ages 5-9. If you would like to help or need a registration form email jamiedillon@comcast.net or call the youth ministry office.

GENESIS COLLECTION

There will be a collection at the Church doors next Sunday, Mother's Day, for Genesis of Pittsburgh. Genesis provides assistance to young girls and women facing unplanned pregnancy. They help pregnant women create new beginnings for themselves and their unborn children, providing housing, guidance, education and health care.


HOPE FOR HAITI COMMITTEE MEETING

The committee will meet on Wednesday, May 5, 7:30 PM in the Pastoral Center . All are welcome!

AQUINAS GUILD LUNCHEON

The Aquinas Guild will celebrate the 70th anniversary of its founding at a luncheon this Wednesday, May 5th, at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association in Oakland. The luncheon will begin at 12 noon and the cost is $25 per person (choice of Chicken Marsala or Almond Crusted Tilapia as entree). If you have not responded and would like to attend, please call Mrs. Karyn Lynch (412-963- 9399 ) no later than Sunday evening, May 2nd.

MASS INTENTIONS:

Saturday, Vigil of the Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 1

5:00 pm Mary Gorskey (Sandy Romanelli)

Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

Sunday, Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 2

7:30 am Fr. Ignatius A. Koller (Virginia & Jan)

Presider: Fr. Robert Duch

9:00 am Rev. Joseph Duchene (Welsh Family)

Presider: Fr. Sean Hogan

11:00 am Parishioners of St. Scholastica

Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

Monday, St. Philip & St. James, apostles, May 3

8:30 am Franklin C. Snyder (Patricia Snyder)

Tuesday, Easter weekday, May 4

8:30 am Mary Smith (Regis Obringer)

Wednesday, Easter weekday, May 5

8:30 am Mary LeDonne (LeDonne Family)

Thursday, Easter weekday, May 6

8:30 am Birthday, Joe Costa (Costa Family)

Friday, Easter weekday, May 7

8:30 am Rose Asturi (Asturi Family)

Saturday, Easter weekday, May 8

9:00 am Martha F. Flynn (Dan & Eileen Gallagher)

Saturday, Vigil of the Sixth Sunday of Easter, May 8

5:00 pm John Gregorczyk (Family)

Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

Sunday, Sixth Sunday of Easter, May 9

7:30 am Parishioners of St. Scholastica

Presider: Fr. Sean Hogan

9:00 am Irene Kurkiewicz (The Kurkiewicz Children)

Presider: Fr. Robert Duch

11:00 am J. Kevin Scanlon (Family)

Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

SACRAMENTS

INFANT BAPTISM is celebrated at noon on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Please make arrangements with the parish secretary at least 2 weeks prior to the desired date.

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CATHOLIC? R.C.I.A. is the process which enables adults to become initiated into the Church. Call the pastor for information.

RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION) is celebrated at
St. Scholastica Parish on Saturdays after 9:00 a.m. Mass. For your convenience, the parishes in our cluster have the following opportunities for reconciliation:

St. Joseph Parish has Sat. reconciliation from 3:30-4:00.

Madonna of Jerusalem has reconciliation on Wednesday evening from 5:30-6:45 and Saturday from 3:00-4:00 p.m.

HOLY COMMUNION is available for those who are sick or confined to their homes. Please call Fr. Ken for assistance.

NEW PARISHIONERS ARE MOST WELCOME! Please call
Fr. Ken or Sr. Pat.

PARISH CONTACTS

St. Scholastica Church

309 Brilliant Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15215

Phone Number: 412-781-0186

Extension

Parish Office MondayFriday 10:00 a.m.3:00 p.m. 10

Website Address: www.saintscholastica.com

E-mail address: parish@saintscholastica.com

Fax Number: 412-781-4316

Submissions for bulletin items are due by Noon on Mondays

Rev. Kenneth White Pastor, M.Th., M.Ed. 14

frken@saintscholastica.com

Sr. Patricia Baker, C.D.P. 17

Director of Music/Bereavement

Patbakercdp@saintscholastica.com

Mr. Andrew Bechman, M.Ed. 18

Director of Adult Religious Education & R.C.I.A.

abechman@verizon.net

Mrs. Gina Musser 21

Program Director for Religious Education

gmusser1@yahoo.com

Mrs. Jamie Dillon, M.S., M.A., R.R.T. 20

Director of Catholic Youth Ministry & Religious Education

jamiedillon@comcast.net

Sr. Marilyn Hoeing, O.S.F. 22

Coordinator of pastoral care to Catholic Patients at St. Margaret

Marilynhoeingosf@saintscholastica.com

Mrs. Chrissy Morton 24

Staff Accountant

financeoffice@saintscholastica.com

Mrs. Mary Swindal 412-781-0186 Extension 10

Coordinator of The Protection of Children

Toll-free Victim's Assistance Hotline 1-888-808-1235

Christ The Divine Teacher Catholic Academy 412-781-7927

Sister Dorothy Dolak S.C.N. - Principal

E-mail address: CDTCA@consolidated.net

To schedule use of pastoral facilities, call the Parish Office (MondayFriday) 10:00 a.m.3:00 p.m.

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May 2, 2010

REFLECTING ON THE WORD

Today's Gospel begins with the words, "When Judas had left them…" (John 13:31). We are at the Last Supper with Jesus, a few hours before he will be arrested, tried, and condemned to death. Immediately after this passage comes the prediction of Peter's denial. Between the move toward betrayal and the prediction of denial, in his darkest hour, Jesus speaks of his glorification and what that means for those who will follow him.

In all that follows, which includes his suffering, death, and resurrection, God will be glorified and God will glorify Jesus. This is the "hour" for which Jesus came—to be lifted up and to draw all to himself in an ultimate act of love. All is moving toward that moment when Jesus will say from the cross, "It is finished" (John 19:30).

Jesus' love is now to be found in the community that gathers in his name, in our love for each other, a love willing to give of itself completely for others, thereby mirroring the love that Jesus has for his disciples. The meaning of life is to be found in the giving and receiving of love.

In his encyclical God is Love, Pope Benedict XVI writes that "the Church's deepest nature is expressed in her three-fold responsibility: proclaiming the word of God, celebrating the sacraments, and exercising the ministry of charity. These duties presuppose each other and are inseparable" (#25). Preaching Jesus, celebrating Jesus, and loving one another in Jesus—this is the circle of life in which we are caught up and that moves out to embrace the world.

Taken from: LIVING THE WORD, Scripture Reflections and Commentaries for Sundays and Holy Days, Dennis Sylva and James Wallace.

May 2, 2010

SUNDAY April 25, 2010 OFFERINGS:

$11,893.00

Hekima Collection

$5,504.00

THANK YOU

Dear Friends of Saint Scholastica, thank-you and blessings on all of you for the help you have given us for the girls. You have donated $5,504.00 and we are very grateful. Please know that every single cent will go to a new house for the girls. To hear news of them, please drop an email to Hekimaplace@yahoo.com.

Be Blessed, Kate Fletcher

STAY IN TOUCH

Help us to maintain an updated census by letting us know if you move or have a new telephone number. Also, we would like to know if a member of your family or of the St. Scholastica family enters or leaves a Nursing Home or Assisted Living facility. We like to stay in touch with them and let them know they remain in our prayers. Keep us posted so we can stay in touch!

PENTECOST SUNDAY—NEW PARISHIONER WELCOME

Please join us in the Pastoral Center on May 23, Pentecost Sunday, to welcome new members who have joined the parish. The open house and breakfast buffet will be after the 7:30am, 9am and 11am Masses. All parishioners are invited to attend.

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

Our parish secretary, Pat Wolfson, is on sick leave following an operation. We are hopeful she can rejoin us next month. In the meanwhile our temporary office hours are: Monday-Wednesday from 10:00am- 3:00pm. We will be closed on Thursday and Friday. If you need Mass cards, sacramental records, etc., please call the Parish Office (412-781-0186, ext # 10) and leave a message. We will get back to you within a day. We appreciate your patience. Fr. Ken

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations to all of our students who recently received the sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation. We are very proud of you! A special thank you to all of the parents, teachers, catechists and small group leaders who have led by your example of faith.

SENIOR NIGHT

Saturday, June 5th at the 5:00 youth mass we will honor our graduating seniors. After mass we will have a picnic on the lawn with live music. Seniors please RSVP to jamiedillon@comcast.net if you plan to attend.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Register now for Faith Rocks! Vacation Bible School. June 14-19th 9:00am -12 noon. This is for youth ages 5-9. If you would like to help or need a registration form email jamiedillon@comcast.net or call the youth ministry office.

GENESIS COLLECTION

There will be a collection at the Church doors next Sunday, Mother's Day, for Genesis of Pittsburgh. Genesis provides assistance to young girls and women facing unplanned pregnancy. They help pregnant women create new beginnings for themselves and their unborn children, providing housing, guidance, education and health care.


HOPE FOR HAITI COMMITTEE MEETING

The committee will meet on Wednesday, May 5, 7:30 PM in the Pastoral Center . All are welcome!

AQUINAS GUILD LUNCHEON

The Aquinas Guild will celebrate the 70th anniversary of its founding at a luncheon this Wednesday, May 5th, at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association in Oakland. The luncheon will begin at 12 noon and the cost is $25 per person (choice of Chicken Marsala or Almond Crusted Tilapia as entree). If you have not responded and would like to attend, please call Mrs. Karyn Lynch (412-963- 9399 ) no later than Sunday evening, May 2nd.

MASS INTENTIONS:

Saturday, Vigil of the Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 1

5:00 pm Mary Gorskey (Sandy Romanelli)

Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

Sunday, Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 2

7:30 am Fr. Ignatius A. Koller (Virginia & Jan)

Presider: Fr. Robert Duch

9:00 am Rev. Joseph Duchene (Welsh Family)

Presider: Fr. Sean Hogan

11:00 am Parishioners of St. Scholastica

Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

Monday, St. Philip & St. James, apostles, May 3

8:30 am Franklin C. Snyder (Patricia Snyder)

Tuesday, Easter weekday, May 4

8:30 am Mary Smith (Regis Obringer)

Wednesday, Easter weekday, May 5

8:30 am Mary LeDonne (LeDonne Family)

Thursday, Easter weekday, May 6

8:30 am Birthday, Joe Costa (Costa Family)

Friday, Easter weekday, May 7

8:30 am Rose Asturi (Asturi Family)

Saturday, Easter weekday, May 8

9:00 am Martha F. Flynn (Dan & Eileen Gallagher)

Saturday, Vigil of the Sixth Sunday of Easter, May 8

5:00 pm John Gregorczyk (Family)

Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

Sunday, Sixth Sunday of Easter, May 9

7:30 am Parishioners of St. Scholastica

Presider: Fr. Sean Hogan

9:00 am Irene Kurkiewicz (The Kurkiewicz Children)

Presider: Fr. Robert Duch

11:00 am J. Kevin Scanlon (Family)

Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

SACRAMENTS

INFANT BAPTISM is celebrated at noon on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Please make arrangements with the parish secretary at least 2 weeks prior to the desired date.

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CATHOLIC? R.C.I.A. is the process which enables adults to become initiated into the Church. Call the pastor for information.

RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION) is celebrated at
St. Scholastica Parish on Saturdays after 9:00 a.m. Mass. For your convenience, the parishes in our cluster have the following opportunities for reconciliation:

St. Joseph Parish has Sat. reconciliation from 3:30-4:00.

Madonna of Jerusalem has reconciliation on Wednesday evening from 5:30-6:45 and Saturday from 3:00-4:00 p.m.

HOLY COMMUNION is available for those who are sick or confined to their homes. Please call Fr. Ken for assistance.

NEW PARISHIONERS ARE MOST WELCOME! Please call
Fr. Ken or Sr. Pat.

PARISH CONTACTS

St. Scholastica Church

309 Brilliant Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15215

Phone Number: 412-781-0186

Extension

Parish Office MondayFriday 10:00 a.m.3:00 p.m. 10

Website Address: www.saintscholastica.com

E-mail address: parish@saintscholastica.com

Fax Number: 412-781-4316

Submissions for bulletin items are due by Noon on Mondays

Rev. Kenneth White Pastor, M.Th., M.Ed. 14

frken@saintscholastica.com

Sr. Patricia Baker, C.D.P. 17

Director of Music/Bereavement

Patbakercdp@saintscholastica.com

Mr. Andrew Bechman, M.Ed. 18

Director of Adult Religious Education & R.C.I.A.

abechman@verizon.net

Mrs. Gina Musser 21

Program Director for Religious Education

gmusser1@yahoo.com

Mrs. Jamie Dillon, M.S., M.A., R.R.T. 20

Director of Catholic Youth Ministry & Religious Education

jamiedillon@comcast.net

Sr. Marilyn Hoeing, O.S.F. 22

Coordinator of pastoral care to Catholic Patients at St. Margaret

Marilynhoeingosf@saintscholastica.com

Mrs. Chrissy Morton 24

Staff Accountant

financeoffice@saintscholastica.com

Mrs. Mary Swindal 412-781-0186 Extension 10

Coordinator of The Protection of Children

Toll-free Victim's Assistance Hotline 1-888-808-1235

Christ The Divine Teacher Catholic Academy 412-781-7927

Sister Dorothy Dolak S.C.N. - Principal

E-mail address: CDTCA@consolidated.net

To schedule use of pastoral facilities, call the Parish Office (MondayFriday) 10:00 a.m.3:00 p.m.

April 25, 2010

 

REFLECTING ON THE WORD

 

           Our first reading ends with Paul and Barnabas shaking the dust from their feet, after the Jewish leaders drive them out of the town of Antioch.  It would be easy to conclude that Paul and Barnabas were writing off the Jews and simply going over to the Gentiles.  We can forget that both these leaders were Jews and did not cease to love their people.  Paul continued to go first to the synagogues and preach to them about Jesus.

Years later in his Letter to the Romans, Paul wrote about his love for his people and acknowledged "great sorrow and constant anguish in my heart.  For I could wish that I myself were accursed and separated from Christ for the sake of my [own people], my kin according to the flesh.  They are Israelites; theirs the adoption, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises; theirs the patriarchs, and from them, according to the flesh, is the Messiah" (9:2-5).

We see how Paul modeled his life on Jesus Christ, who loved his own until the end, whose union with the Father moved him to see himself as the Good Shepherd, sent first to the house of Israel.  We are called to recognize the Jewish people as the people of the first covenant, the people from whom the Messiah came.  There can be no excuse for any kind of prejudice or disrespect between Christians and Jews, Christians and Muslims, Christians and any religious group that seeks God in integrity and sincerity of heart.

 

 

Taken from: LIVING THE WORD, Scripture Reflections and Commentaries for Sundays and Holy Days, Dennis Sylva and James Wallace.

April 25, 2010

 

 

SUNDAY April 18, 2010 OFFERINGS:

$8,692.00

 

AQUINAS GUILD 70TH ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON

             The Aquinas Guild announces a change of focus for our 70th Anniversary Luncheon on Wednesday, May 5th.  Because of medical issues, Bishop David A. Zubik, D.D., will not be able to attend.  Instead, our pastor Father Kenneth White, Andrew Bechman, and Bernadine Bonessa will present a brief retrospective of our parish roots and a glimpse into what the future holds for us.  The luncheon is being held at noon at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association in Oakland; parking is available on site.  Reservation deadline is Wednesday, April 28th.  Mail your check for $25 per person (payable to the Aquinas Guild) to:  Karyn Lynch, 127 Pheasant Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15238.  Please list entrĂ©e choice (Chicken Marsala or Almond Crusted Tilapia) for each guest.  No reservations accepted by phone.  For questions, please call 412-963-9399.

 

RED ENVELOPES

Our Appalachia crew would like to thank everyone who supported our RED ENVELOPE fundraiser.  Through your support we collected $9,100!  Although we fell short of our $10,000 goal, we are very pleased with this result.  Thank you!!!

 

LADIES NIGHT 

Saturday May 1 is "Ladies Night" after Youth Mass at 5 pm.  First we will host a potluck dinner.  Then we have Holly Joy Penzestadler speaking about modesty.  After that we have the ladies of the Ryer Martial Arts Academy teaching women's self defense.  This evening is geared toward all Middle School and High school young ladies and adults.  Guys, don't feel left out!  You will be our servers and self defense "assistants".

 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY  

Saturday, May 1st. 8:45-2:00.  Middle School and High School Youth and Adults.  RSVP by Thursday.

 

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Registration for the 2011 academic year will take place on the weekend of May 15th and 16th.  Forms are available on the parish website.

 

ANNUAL GOLF OUTING

             Annual Golf Outing to Benefit CDTCA.  For 16 years golfers have gathered for a great time and a great cause – our Parish School. This years' outing is set for Monday, May 24th at Fox Chapel Golf Club. Golfers and sponsors are needed. For more info call Kelly DiNatale at (412) 779-5328 or Paul Giuffre (412) 963-6238 or email CDTCAgolf@gmail.com

 

BAPTISMAL PREPARATION

A preparation session for the parents of children who are scheduled to be baptized in the parish will be held on Monday evening, May 3, at 7:30 in the parish office.  The session will provide parents an opportunity to reflect upon the meaning of the sacrament and to walk through the ceremony itself. If you plan to attend the session on the 3rd, please let Andy Bechman know (see the staff contact information in this bulletin).  Baptisms are normally celebrated on the second and fourth Sundays of each month.  Please make arrangements for the baptism itself with the parish secretary at least two weeks before your desired date.

 

PLEASE PRAY FOR THESE PARISHIONERS WHO DIED RECENTLY:

 Mary (Patsy) Monteverde, William Jacob, Jr., Frances (Frankie) Maher and Joshua Akanowicz.

 

WE WELCOME OUR NEWLY BAPTIZED INFANTS:

 Filamena LeDonne, Joshua Boreland,  Leo Ivory and Annika Kubiska.

 

HEKIMA PLACE

 This week we welcome Kate Fletcher who founded Hekima Place in Kenya.  About six years ago Kate started this boarding school that provides a beacon of hope for girls (now about 60) who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS.  Hekima's mission is to provide a stable home environment and support for the education of these girls.  Kate will be speaking at all the Masses this weekend and a second collection will be taken up to support these girls that they may have a bright future.  Thank you in advance for your support.  Fr. Ken

 

MASS INTENTIONS:

 

Saturday, Vigil of the Fourth Sunday of Easter,  April 24

5:00 pm          Domenic Romanelli (Sandy Romanelli)

      Presider: Fr. Robert Duch

 

Sunday, Fourth Sunday of Easter, April 25

7:30 am   Helen & Donald Vincent  (Mary Ellen & Jack Maher & Family)

       Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

 

9:00 am Parishioners of St. Scholastica

       Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

 

11:00 am Robert Borchers (Daughter, Bobbye Flecker)

       Presider: Fr. Sean Hogan

 

1:00 pm Confirmation Mass

       Presider: Bishop William Winter

 

Monday, Easter weekday, April 26

8:30 am John Kaufman (Chuck & Rita Rehak)

 

Tuesday, Easter weekday, April 27

8:30 am Noonan Family (Majorie Ladley)

  

Wednesday, Easter weekday, April 28

8:30 am Dr. Lawrence X. Sullivan (Michelle Michanowicz & Thompson Family)

 

Thursday, St. Catherine of Siena, virgin and doctor of the Church, April 29

8:30 am Joseph Styslinger (Styslinger Family)

 

Friday, Easter weekday, April 30

8:30 am Helen K. Gallagher  (Dan & Eileen Gallagher)

   

Saturday, Easter weekday, May 1

9:00 am Msgr. Donald W. Kraus (St. Monica Society)

 

Saturday, Vigil of the Fifth Sunday of Easter,  May 1

5:00 pm Mary Gorskey (Sandy Romanelli)

      Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

 

Sunday, Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 2

7:30 am Fr. Ignatius A. Koller (Virginia & Jan)

       Presider: Fr. Robert Duch

9:00 am Rev. Joseph Duchene (Welsh Family)

       Presider: Fr. Sean Hogan

11:00 am Parishioners of St. Scholastica

       Presider: Fr. Kenneth White

 

 

 

SACRAMENTS

INFANT BAPTISM is celebrated at noon on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.  Please make arrangements with the parish secretary at least 2 weeks prior to the desired date.

 

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CATHOLIC? R.C.I.A. is the process which enables adults to become initiated into the Church.  Call the pastor for information.

 

RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION) is celebrated at
St. Scholastica Parish on Saturdays after 9:00 a.m. Mass. For your convenience, the parishes in our cluster have the following opportunities for reconciliation:

St. Joseph Parish has Sat. reconciliation from 3:30-4:00.

Madonna of Jerusalem has reconciliation on Wednesday evening from 5:30-6:45 and Saturday from 3:00-4:00 p.m.

 

HOLY COMMUNION is available for those who are sick or confined to their homes. Please call Fr. Ken for assistance.

 

NEW PARISHIONERS ARE MOST WELCOME! Please call
Fr. Ken or Sr. Pat.

 

PARISH CONTACTS

St. Scholastica Church

309 Brilliant Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15215

Phone Number:  412-781-0186

      Extension

Parish Office MondayFriday 10:00 a.m.3:00 p.m. 10

Website Address: www.saintscholastica.com

E-mail address: parish@saintscholastica.com

Fax Number: 412-781-4316

Submissions for bulletin items are due by Noon on Mondays

 

Rev. Kenneth White Pastor, M.Th., M.Ed.    14

frken@saintscholastica.com

 

Sr. Patricia Baker, C.D.P. 17

Director of Music/Bereavement

Patbakercdp@saintscholastica.com

 

Mr. Andrew Bechman, M.Ed. 18

Director of Adult Religious Education & R.C.I.A.

abechman@verizon.net

 

Mrs. Gina Musser 21

Program Director for Religious Education

gmusser1@yahoo.com

 

Mrs. Jamie Dillon, M.S., M.A., R.R.T. 20

Director of Catholic Youth Ministry & Religious Education

 jamiedillon@comcast.net

 

Sr. Marilyn Hoeing, O.S.F. 22

Coordinator of pastoral care to Catholic Patients at St. Margaret 

Marilynhoeingosf@saintscholastica.com

 

Mrs. Chrissy Morton 24

Staff Accountant

financeoffice@saintscholastica.com

 

Mrs. Mary Swindal 412-781-0186 Extension 10

Coordinator of The Protection of Children

Toll-free Victim's Assistance Hotline 1-888-808-1235

 

Christ The Divine Teacher Catholic Academy 412-781-7927

Sister Dorothy Dolak S.C.N. - Principal

E-mail address: CDTCA@consolidated.net

To schedule use of pastoral facilities, call the Parish Office (MondayFriday) 10:00 a.m.3:00 p.m.