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CHURCH OF SAINT MARY 91 HOME AVENUE RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY 07070 OUR SACRAMENTAL LIFE Eucharist (Obligation Masses) Saturday .................................................. 5:00 pm (Sunday obligation) Sunday....................................... 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 am & 12:00 noon Weekdays Monday, Wednesday, Friday................................................. 7:00 am Tuesday & Thursday ................................................................... 8:30 am Holy Days ............................................................As listed in the bulletin Reconciliation (Confession) Saturday ..................... 4:00 pm or by calling for an appointment BAPTISM: Parents are required to attend the parish Baptism Class and provide the godparent’s sponsorship letters BEFORE the baptism date can be set. Call the Parish Office at 201-438- 2200 for class dates and godparent handbook. MARRIAGE: According to the N.J. Common Policy couples must register at least ONE YEAR in advance. ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Please contact the Parish Office. HOLY ORDERS: Contact the Vocation Office at 973-497-4365. Rev. Michael J. Kreder ............................... Pastor Rev. Michael E. Gubernat ...................................... Parochial Vicar James J. Guida............................................................................... Deacon Michael E. Matthews ................................................................ Deacon Roy Corso ....................................... St. Mary High School Principal Elena P. Simmons ....... The Academy at Saint Mary Principal Betty Hatler .......................................... Parish Catechetical Leader Mary E. Lanni ........................................................... RCIA Coordinator Larry Boland ........................................... Confirmation Coordinator Gerard DeMan ........................................ Director of Sacred Music Linda Verdino & Kevin McLean ......................................... Trustees David Valente .......................... Finance Committee Chairperson Deborah Moran...................................... Administrative Secretary Tom and Kathie Clare....................... Stewardship Chairpersons PARISH DIRECTORY Parish Office .......... 201-438-2200 Fax.......... 201-438-1098 Web..................................................... www.stmaryrutherford.org E-mail .....................................................................[email protected] St. Mary High School .............................................. 201-933-5220 The Academy at Saint Mary ............................... 201-933-8410 Catholic Community Services ............................ 201-440-7077 Religious Formation ................................................ 201-438-2476 We are called to form the Christian Community of Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church; we are protected by our Blessed Mother in whose patronage our parish has been placed under her title “Our Lady of the Rosary.” “Recapture the Dream” A Dream Come True! Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time June 30, 2013

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  • CHURCH OF SAINT MARY 91 HOME AVENUE RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY 07070

    OUR SACRAMENTAL LIFE

    Eucharist (Obligation Masses) Saturday .................................................. 5:00 pm (Sunday obligation) Sunday ....................................... 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 am & 12:00 noon

    Weekdays Monday, Wednesday, Friday ................................................. 7:00 am Tuesday & Thursday ................................................................... 8:30 am

    Holy Days ............................................................As listed in the bulletin

    Reconciliation (Confession) Saturday ..................... 4:00 pm or by calling for an appointment

    BAPTISM: Parents are required to attend the parish Baptism Class and provide the godparent’s sponsorship letters BEFORE the baptism date can be set. Call the Parish Office at 201-438-2200 for class dates and godparent handbook.

    MARRIAGE: According to the N.J. Common Policy couples must register at least ONE YEAR in advance.

    ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Please contact the Parish Office.

    HOLY ORDERS: Contact the Vocation Office at 973-497-4365.

    Rev. Michael J. Kreder ............................... Pastor

    Rev. Michael E. Gubernat ...................................... Parochial Vicar

    James J. Guida ............................................................................... Deacon

    Michael E. Matthews ................................................................ Deacon

    Roy Corso ....................................... St. Mary High School Principal

    Elena P. Simmons ....... The Academy at Saint Mary Principal

    Betty Hatler .......................................... Parish Catechetical Leader

    Mary E. Lanni ........................................................... RCIA Coordinator

    Larry Boland ........................................... Confirmation Coordinator

    Gerard DeMan ........................................ Director of Sacred Music

    Linda Verdino & Kevin McLean ......................................... Trustees

    David Valente .......................... Finance Committee Chairperson

    Deborah Moran ...................................... Administrative Secretary

    Tom and Kathie Clare ....................... Stewardship Chairpersons

    PARISH DIRECTORY

    Parish Office .......... 201-438-2200 Fax.......... 201-438-1098

    Web..................................................... www.stmaryrutherford.org

    E-mail .............[email protected]aol.com

    St. Mary High School .............................................. 201-933-5220

    The Academy at Saint Mary ............................... 201-933-8410

    Catholic Community Services ............................ 201-440-7077

    Religious Formation ................................................ 201-438-2476

    We are called to form the Christian Community of Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church; we are protected by our

    Blessed Mother in whose patronage our parish has been placed under her title “Our Lady of the Rosary.”

    “Recapture the Dream”

    A Dream Come True!

    Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    June 30, 2013

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  • “With blessed Joseph, her Spouse”

    Have you noticed some Priests now add the words “With blessed Joseph, her Spouse” to the Eucharistic Prayer after mentioning Mary? The reason why is found in a quote from a Vatican decree signed on May 1, 2013, the Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker:

    “The faithful in the Catholic Church have shown continuous devotion to Saint Joseph and have solemnly and constantly honored his memory as the most chaste spouse of the Mother of God and as the heavenly Patron of the universal Church. For this reason Blessed Pope John XXIII … decreed that Saint Joseph’s name be added to the ancient Roman Canon. [Eucharistic Prayer I] In response to petitions [to add Saint Joseph’s name to ALL Eucharistic Prayers] received from places throughout the world, the Supreme Pontiff Benedict XVI deemed them worthy of implementation and graciously approved them. The Supreme Pontiff Francis likewise has recently confirmed them. In this the pontiffs had before their eyes the full communion of the Saints who, once pilgrims in this world, now lead us to Christ and unite us with him.”

    This decree was announced on June 19, 2013 and permission was granted for Priests to make the change immediately. As always, a review of history helps to understand the significance and purpose of such liturgical changes.

    The exact words of the Eucharistic Prayer, the Church’s greatest prayer, during which the consecration takes place, are meticulously chosen and carefully governed. No Priest is permitted to alter them in the least. One of the earliest records we have of this prayer [outside of the Bible, which gives us the words of Institution “This is my Body; this is my Blood”] comes from Saint Justin, who was martyred in 165: “… bread and wine and water are brought forward. The president offers prayers and gives thanks to the best of his ability, and the people give assent by saying, ‘Amen.’” [Little has changed after 1,808 years!]

    In the 400’s the martyr Hippolytus wrote an outline of what was required for a valid Eucharistic Prayer. [Our present-day Eucharistic Prayer II is a close translation of this ancient

    prayer.] This discouraged the Priest [or president as Saint Justin called him] from composing his own Eucharistic Prayer. Pope Gregory I (590-604) formally ended the freelance style by promulgating a ‘Missal’ for mandatory use. However, Priests continued to take liberties with the prayers, which led to erroneous and even heretical statements! So the Council of Trent (1545–63) set firmer rubrics for the Mass, and in 1570 Pope Pius V [1566-72] forbid ANY changes to the Roman Canon [meaning standard or norm] which we now call Eucharistic Prayer I.

    So it was quite radical when on November 13, 1962 Blessed Pope John XXIII added Saint Joseph’s name to the Roman Canon: it was the first change to that venerable, ancient prayer in 392 years! At that time the Roman Canon was the only Eucharistic Prayer in the Latin Rite, so this latest change simply brings the other three main Eucharistic Prayers in line with the Roman Canon. So who gets the credit for this change?

    Our two Holy Fathers [who ever thought we’d see two Popes alive at once?] both have spiritual bonds to Saint Joseph. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s baptismal name is Joseph [Ratzinger.] Pope Francis chose March 19, the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, as the date for his inaugural Mass; he even has a spikenard or flower, which is a Hispanic-based customary symbol of Saint Joseph, on his coat-of-arms. However, adding Saint Joseph to the Eucharistic Prayers is not just a ‘papal perk’ for two popes with a devotion to this great Saint!

    In a world where the Church and her teachings are under constant attack, we must implore the intercession of the Universal Protector of the Church; as he protected Jesus while He was in the flesh, Joseph now protects Christ present in His new Body, the Church! In a sex-crazed world we need the Protector of Virgins to safeguard our chastity. With marriage being redefined, we need the help of the Spouse of our Blessed Mother; with so many parents raising those who are not their biological children, we need the help of the Foster-father of Jesus! [Google ‘Litany of Saint Joseph’ to see more titles under which he can intercede for us!

    With God’s love and my prayers,

    Reverend Michael J. Kreder

  • Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    June 30, 2013

    SATURDAY, June 29, 2013

    5:00 p.m. Meehan and Mulcahy Families

    Corrinne Manning Leon

    SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 2013

    7:30 a.m. Evelyn Carlin

    9:00 a.m. Helen Drywa

    10:30 a.m. Peter Merli

    James Keady

    12:00 noon Robert Ranieri, III

    Carmela Turi and Jeff Massa

    MONDAY, JULY 1, 2013

    7:00 a.m. Betty Barcadepone

    12:00 noon Prayer Service

    TUESDAY, JULY 2, 2013

    8:30 a.m. Anthony Valentino

    12:00 noon Prayer Service

    WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 2013

    7:00 a.m. Brendan Kelly

    12:00 noon Prayer Service

    THURSDAY, JULY 4, 2013

    8:30 a.m. Ryan James Armstrong - 5 Anniversaryth

    12:00 noon CANCELED

    FIRST FRIDAY, JULY 5, 2013

    7:00 a.m. George R. Williams

    12:00 noon Prayer Service

    SATURDAY, JULY 6, 2013

    5:00 p.m. Daniel Farrell

    Mass of Thanks to Saint Anthony

    SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

    7:30 a.m. Edward Daly Dowd

    9:00 a.m. Vincent Marino

    10:30 a.m. Ana Rita Arroyave

    Jose Campos

    12:00 noon Robert T. Gannon

    PRAY FOR OUR MILITARY

    DREW NAPOLI - 1LT. DANIELLE REID

    PAUL FEDORISIN

    2LT. BRENDAN CAHILL

    Next Sunday’s Scripture Readings

    FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    1 Kgs 19:16b, 19-21

    Ps 16:1-2, 5, 7-8, 9-10, 11

    Gal 5:1, 13-18Lk 9:51-62

    SANCTUARY OFFERINGSThe SANCTUARY LAMP which burns near the Tabernacle

    in Church, the reminder of the Lord's Presence in the Most

    Holy Eucharist will burn in memory of REV. CHARLES W.

    HARTLING. Requested by Anne McCormack.

    The ALTAR BREAD which will become the Body of our

    Lord Jesus Christ at the Masses celebrated in Church during

    the week will be offered in memory of RONALD VACCA,

    DOMINICK VACCA AND JOSEPH VERRASTRO. Requested by

    The Vacca Family.

    The ALTAR WINE which will become the Blood of our

    Lord Jesus Christ at the Masses celebrated in Church during

    the week will be offered in memory of RONALD VACCA,

    DOMINICK VACCA AND JOSEPH VERRASTRO. Requested by

    The Vacca Family.

    Please keep Father Chuck, Ronald, Dominick, Joseph and

    their families in your prayers.

    2013 Sanctuary Offerings are available throughthe Parish Office located in the

    lower level of the ChurchCelebrate the Birth - Baptism - Graduation -

    Wedding - Anniversary of someone you love ORremember those in the Military - those who are

    deceased through these offerings!

    BAPTISM

    If you are an expectant parent thinking about your child’s

    baptism, why not consider this! We are

    looking for ONE baby approximately 3

    months of age to be baptized during the

    10:30 a.m. Mass on Sunday, October 20th.

    The baby will be baptized by full immersion

    with Father Mike, presider. If you would like more information,

    kindly call the Parish Office.

    ONCE A MONTH

    Can you help a Rutherford neighbor who needs a ride to the

    doctor? Volunteer to drive or to answer your home phone -

    call STARFISH at (201) 438-3406 and ask for Francine.

  • PRAY FOR OUR SICK

    PRAY in the name of JESUS, the healer, that the SICK of SAINT

    MARY PARISH may be restored to HEALTH and all those who

    ASSIST and CARE for the sick will be given the STRENGTH to

    continue GOD’S good WILL:

    Thomas Barrows, Marge Curtin, Domingo Dela Cruz,

    Connie Mehos, Steven Monahan and Peter Najawko

    Please call the parish office to have someone who is

    ill added to the current list.

    MOVING?Please let us know! Whether it be within the parish or off to a new

    parish, please help us to update our files and discontinue mailings

    if need be. Please call the Parish Office with any changes: [201]

    438-2200. Thank You!

    THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    First Reading: 1 Kings 19:16b, 19-21

    Elijah the prophet followed God's instruction to appoint a man

    named Elisha as his successor. Elijah threw his cloak over Elisha,

    who went and said good-bye to his family, then followed Elijah

    without question.

    Second Reading: Galatians 5:1, 13-18

    Paul reminds us that people were freed from the old law through

    Christ. But he makes it clear that this freedom does not mean giving

    in to evil desires. Instead, we must be guided by the Spirit and most

    importantly love our neighbor as ourselves.

    Gospel: Luke 9:51-62

    Jesus set out for Jerusalem, and passed through a town where he

    was not welcomed. He reprimanded his disciples for desiring

    vengeance against the town. One man wanted to follow Jesus when

    he had finished his duties at home. Jesus expressed that a man who

    begins a task, but constantly looks back is unfit for the reign of

    God.

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    KEEP CHRIST IN YOUR VACATION

    During the summer months let us remember to keep the Lord in our

    lives. The opportunity to witness His message through Scripture

    and to be strengthened by the Eucharist is a necessity in our

    relationship with God and with each other. As you travel on

    vacation, take time to visit and worship the Lord in a nearby

    Church. For those remaining at home in your parish, and to all

    visitors, the invitation for continued worship at Saint Mary Church

    is extended and will certainly serve to enrich your summer.

    Mass Times While Traveling

    www.masstimes.org

    for the location and schedule of Masses in Catholic Churches

    throughout the USA. Please remember Saint Mary Parish in your

    vacation plans by using your weekly envelopes or making them up

    on your return. Have a great summer.

    New Rain Date:

    ALUMNI GAEL OPEN

    Friday July 19, 1:00 p.m shotgun

    Contact Alumni Director

    Michael Sheridan for details

    (201) 933-5220 - ext. 270

    CALL THE ACADEMY AT SAINT MARY

    (201) 933-8410

    regarding their summer camp

    that runs through August!

    REMEMBER TO REGISTER FOR

    RELIGIOUS FORMATION

    If your child has just completed kindergarten and will be entering

    1 grade in September - it’s their time to beginst

    classes. Download a registration form at

    www.stmaryrutherford.org. Go to Religious

    Formation on the left and then 2013-2014

    registration form on the right. Remember to

    include your check and a copy of your child’s

    baptismal certificate!

    Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Sunday, June 30 th

    1 Kgs 19:16b, 19-21; Gal 5:1, 13-18; Lk 9:51-62

    Monday, July 1 st

    Gn 18:16-33; Mt 8:18-22

    Tuesday, July 2 nd

    Gn 19:15-29; Mt 8:23-27

    Wednesday, July 3 rd

    Eph 2:19-22; Jn 20:24-29

    Thursday, July 4 th

    Gn 22:1b-19; Mt 9:1-8

    First Friday, July 5 th

    Gn 23:1-4, 19, 24:1-8, 62-67; Mt 9:9-13

    First Saturday, July 6 th

    Gn 27:1-5, 15-29; Mt 9:14-17

    CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD

    It’s time again to ask for your help with our Children’s Liturgy

    of the Word! We are seeking new members to help at our 5pm

    and 10:30am Sunday Masses. Facilitators walk the children

    downstairs with the Children’s Gospel Book where they are

    given a lesson on their level. There are teams of 2 and the

    schedule rotates so that no team should have to teach more than

    once a month and sometimes not more than 6 or 7 times a year.

    If you would love to share your faith with the future leaders of

    our country, please contact Barbara Allen at (201) 438-3775 or

    [email protected] or Lorrie Motylinski (201) 935-0470

    or [email protected]

    http://www.stmaryrutherford.org.

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    Registration Forms and Check can be put in the

    Collection Basket at Mass -

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    Vacation Bible School

    PAPAL BLESSING REQUESTS

    Papal Blessings can be obtained from the Vatican Office in

    Rome or from the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, DC.

    Individuals named in the blessing must be practicing Catholics.

    In general, a Papal blessing is customarily sought on the

    following occasions: Priests's First Mass, parish Religious

    events, e.g., foundings, anniversaries, etc.; Religious Profession

    or Entrance into Consecrated Life, Anniversaries of Priestly

    Ordination, Religious Profession; Baptism, First Communion,

    Confirmation, Marriage, Wedding Anniversary, Birthday, or a

    General Blessing. If interested, please contact the Parish Office

    for further information.

    THURSDAY, JULY 4 TH

    There is ONE daily Mass

    at 8:30am and our NOON

    p r a y e r w i l l b e

    CANCELED on July 4 .th

    May all the citizens of the

    United States of America,

    strive anew to build a

    land of freedom and

    justice, responsibility and peace for all as we mark our

    country’s 237 Anniversary!th

    FIRST SATURDAY DEVOTIONS

    Join us on Saturday, July 5 for our First Saturday Devotionsth

    dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima. Procession begins at 8:00

    a.m. with Rosary immediately following. All are welcome.

    2014 SANCTUARY BOOK

    Just a reminder! The 2014 Sanctuary book will open on July

    8th. Stop by the Parish Office and memorialize a loved one or

    offer the Sanctuary Lamp, Altar Breads, Altar Wine or Sanctuary

    Flowers for a special event or occasion.

    SECOND COLLECTION

    ARCHDIOCESAN MISSIONARY COOPERATION PLAN

    July 6and 7

    It is through the Archdiocesan Missionary Cooperation Plan the

    people of our Archdiocese reach out in prayer and sacrifice to the

    Church in mission lands. Many missionary dioceses and mission

    sending Religious Communities will receive desperately needed

    help because of it. It is our prayer that the people of our parish

    will respond generously to the Mission Appeal and that our

    contributions to the cause of Christ will bring the blessings of the

    Almighty upon our parish, priests, religious and people. Please

    be as generous as your means allow.

    BAPTISM PREP DATES AND DATES OF BAPTISMS

    This workshop is intended to help parents, sponsors [godparents]

    and others to reflect on their own faith and their reasons for

    asking to have their child baptized. BOTH parents MUST attend

    the session; sponsors are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to

    attend; all others [grandparents, family and friends] are invited

    to attend. Prep classes are held on the following dates:

    July 14 , August 11 , September 8 , October 13 , th th th th

    November 10 , December 1th st

    Baptisms will be held on the following Sunday’s:

    August 11 , September 22 , November 3 ,th nd rd

    December 15 th

    REMEMBER YOUR PARISH

    Some people wait until the end of summer to put in a ‘catch-

    up’ envelope for the Sundays they might have been away. The

    “W ay of Stewardship” is NOT to ‘catch up’ after

    everything has been used for vacation but to give from the

    “first fruits.” Why not consider “catching up” before you

    leave for vacation as an act of gratitude to God for all you

    have been given .

    SUPPORT GROUP FOR GRIEVING PARENTS

    The Office of Family Life Ministries of the Archdiocese of

    Newark sponsors three support groups for Parents Grieving

    the Death of a Child. Groups meet year ‘round on the first

    Wednesday of each month at 7:30 PM (July and August at

    7:00 PM) at St. Thomas the Apostle Parish Center, 60 Byrd

    Avenue, Bloomfield, and on the third Monday of each month

    at St. Peter the Apostle Parish Center, 445 Fifth Avenue, River

    Edge. The Support Group for Fathers Who Have Lost a Child

    meets quarterly at Notre Dame Parish Center, 359 Central

    Avenue, North Caldwell. The next meeting is on September

    14, 2013 at 10:00 AM. There is no preregistration for any of the

    groups, and there is no fee. For further information, please

    contact the Office of Family Life at 973-497-4327 or email

    [email protected] rcan.org.

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  • From the Pastor June 30, 2013

    13th

    Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Orations ‘A’ for Independence

    Day Mass: July 4

    In this ‘Year of Faith’ I’m reflecting on the revised

    Roman Missal

    orations that were not on a Sunday last year. May our reflections on these theologically rich, deep, beautiful Mass orations help us grow in FAITH! Unlike most other reflections, which were gleaned

    from the book Essential Presidential Prayers and Texts, these are totally my own creation! This week I offer the first of two sets of orations for our Nation.

    Independence Day - A - Collect

    God of justice, Father of truth, who guide creation in wisdom and goodness

    to fulfillment in Christ your Son, open our hearts to the truth of his Gospel,

    that your peace may rule in our hearts and your justice guide our lives.

    The Gospel Truth. Religion has done great things for our planet, but we cannot deny the fact that some have misunderstood or intentionally misused their faith to wreak havoc! Some Protestants who came to this land to escape religious persecution in Europe forbid

    Catholics to practice their faith or hold public office! Every faith has had its share of those who use violence and unjust means to impose its values; these days radical Islam is notorious for this travesty! This Collect poetically states in just five words all that is necessary for ‘God and country’ to coexist: everything we do must be firmly rooted in and based on: ‘justice, ‘truth,’ ‘wisdom,’ ‘goodness’ and ‘peace.’

    Jesus must be our role model in using these ideals and values to deal with our imperfect and pluralistic country. By saying “repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God” [Mark 12:17] Jesus upheld the right of legitimate civil authorities to set laws, govern and levy taxes, but He also reminded us that all of us ultimately belong to God, who will judge us on how we used the power and positions which He, the author of all authority, entrusted to us. How will you be judged?

    Independence Day - A - Prayer over the Offerings

    Accept, Lord God, these gifts we bring to this altar and, having taught us through the wisdom of the Gospel,

    lead us to true justice and lasting peace.

    The Wisdom of the Gospel. One of the two Prefaces for national holidays summarizes Christ’s mission - and our attempt to promote it with an ‘American-flare’ - in these words:

    “[Jesus] spoke to us a message of peace and taught us to live as brothers and sisters. His message took form in the vision of our

    founding fathers as they fashioned a nation where we might live as one.

    His message lives on in our midst as our task for today and a promise for tomorrow.”

    As the Lord Jesus ministered to both faithful and sinful Jews, to pagan Romans and Greeks who worshipped their many gods and goddesses, to men, women and children o every economic, political, social and national persuasion and situation, we must do the same, in His name, as He commanded of us! Not that it’s a free-for-all or that we cannot and should not have distinctions over who can validly receive Eucharist, serve as godparents or sponsors and ministers, etc. It is still our task to bring all peoples into His Church, so that they can share with us the divine gifts we so often take for granted!

    Independence Day - A - Prayer after Communion

    By showing us in this Eucharist, O Lord, a glimpse of the unity and joy of your people in heaven,

    deepen our unity and intensify our joy, that all who believe in you may work together

    to build the city of lasting peace.

    United We Stand; Divided We Fall. We may not always agree on how to blend faith and religion into our non-theocratic country, but if we do not have a divine source of morals and ethics, peace and justice upon which we base our laws, the USA is doomed to fail and to fall - as did the many nations before us that rejected God! For human history clearly warns us: if God is not the sole source of our blessings, and divinely revealed truths are not our goal, and we do not protect the unique, God-given human dignity of each person, born or unborn, of every race and language, way of life and mindset, we will implode upon ourselves. So we rightly end the Universal Prayer with “God Bless America” - for without God we cannot survive or succeed!

    With God’s love and my prayers,

    Reverend Michael J. Kreder

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