Saint Peter Parish

A Ministry of the Capuchin Franciscans

Province of St. Mary,

New York and New England

LAY MINISTER SCHEDULE

SAINT PETER PARISH

Vestment Color Matches Background of Date

LECTORS

 Readings are CYCLE C

FEBRUARY 2019

FEBRUARY 4:15 PM Saturday 11 AM Sunday
2-3 Tony Merhcand Nichole Peterson
9-10 Gary Randall Grace Valente
16-17 Joe Eno Sue Audette
23-24 Cheryl Hooker Grace Valente

ALTAR SERVERS FEBRUARY 2019

FEBRUARY 4:15 PM Saturday 11 AM Sunday
3-4
Volunteer Volunteer
9-10 Volunteer Andrew Smith
16-17 Volunteer Volunteer
23-24 Volunteer Alaina Lugo

Joe Eno is scheduling Altar Servers.  If you need to contact Joe, please call him evenings at 773-3665, days 773-3111 or eandggraphicsjoe@aol.com

EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION PLEASE ARRANGE YOUR OWN REPLACEMENT IF YOU CANNOT MAKE THE ASSIGNED DATE AND TIME

FEBRUARY 2019

FEBRUARY 4:15 PM Saturday 11 AM Sunday
2-3 (EM) Bill Petrics
(C1) Cathy Petrics
(C2) Joe Eno
(EM) Sue Ahearn
(C1) Caprice Hover
(C2) Beth Charles
9-10 (EM) Stan Blicharz
(C1) Carol Randall
(C2) Mary Lou Carlson
(EM) Carol Barbagallo
(C1) Joe Eno
(C20 Joe Peterson
16-17 (EM) Esterina Bergendahl
(C1) Mary Lou Carlson
(C2) Sue Porter
(EM) Sue Ahearn
(C1) Beth Charles
(C2) Caprice Hover
23-24 (EM) Bill Petrics
(C1) Cathy Petrics
(C2) Kathy Bove
(EM) Carol Barbagallo
(C1) Sue Ahearn
(C2) Joe Peterson

VESTMENT COLORS

White (albus) is the color of purity and light and the Resurrection.  White is used on feast of the Lord, throughout the Easter season and on Christmas.

Red (ruber is the color of fire and blood.  Red is used on Pentecost, Good Friday, Exultation of the Holy Cross and the feasts of martyrs.

Green (
viridis) is the color of Hope and Renewal.  Green is used most of the year in Ordinary Time.

Violet (violaceus)
the color of penitence, is worn in Advent and Lent.


Rose color (color rosaceus)  is worn instead of violet on the third Sunday of Advents (
Gaudete) and mid-Lent Sunday (Laetare); on those two Sundays the Pope blessed golden roses for presentation to Catholic queens.

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