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“So do not be afraid of them, for there is nothing concealed that will not be disclosed, or hidden that will not be made known. What I tell you in the dark, speak in the daylight; what is whispered in your ear, proclaim from the roofs.  Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell. Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground outside your Father’s care. And even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. So don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows. “Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven. But whoever disowns me before others, I will disown before my Father in heaven.                          Matthew 10:26-33

Mass Intentions
This Weekend
    Saturday            3:30 PM                Recitation of the Rosary
     June 24             4:00 PM   RIP       Ormond H Kenney
                                                            By: Bill & Marlene O’Connor

     Sunday             8:30 AM            Recitation of the Rosary
     June 25             9:00 AM  INT     Robert & Mary Lou Fogg                                                                              40th Wedding Anniversary

Daily Masses
Monday             7:00 AM    RIP         Sidney Perkins
June 26                                               By: His family

Tuesday             7:00 AM    RIP          Christine Murphy 
June 27                                              By: Frances Gallagher & Family

Wednesday          7:00 PM   RIP     Anne McMahon
June 28                                           By: Doreen Eno

Thursday             7:00 AM   RIP      James Gallagher
June 29                                            By: Paul & Terry Obuchowski

Friday               No Mass
June 30            
                   Next Weekend
    First Saturday   7:00 AM Reparation to the Blessed Virgin Mary
                               3:30 PM                Recitation of the Rosary
     July 1                4:00 PM   RIP       Rita & Joseph Nowotny
                                                             By: Sharon & Jim Williams

     Sunday             8:30 AM                Recitation of the Rosary
     July 2               9:00 AM  RIP         Chris Ruggiero                                                                                                   By: His family                                           

        Readings for the Week of June 26, 2017
     Sunday: Jer 20:10-13/Ps 69:8-10, 17, 33-35/Rom 5:12-15/Mt 10:26-33
     Monday: Gn 12:1-9/Ps 33:12-13, 18-20, 22/Mt 7:1-5
     Tuesday: Gn 13:2, 5-18/Ps 15:2-4b, 5/Mt 7:6, 12-14
      Wednesday: Gn 15:1-12, 17-18/Ps 105:1-4, 6-9/Mt 7:15-20
     Thursday: Acts 12:1-11/Ps 34:2-9/2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18/Mt 16:13-19
      Friday: Gn 17:1, 9-10, 15-22/Ps 128:1-5/Mt 8:1-4
     Saturday: Gn 18:1-15/(Ps)Lk 1:46-50, 53-55/Mt 8:5-17
     Sunday: 2 Kgs 4:8-11, 14-16a/Ps 89:2-3, 16-19/Rom 6:3-4, 8-11/                                      Mt 10:37-42

                                Parish Support
WEEKLY GOAL $2000.00
  Weekend of June 17, 2017 & June 18, 2017
Weekly Offertory:                                            $ 1400.00
Envelopes               $  744.00
Loose Donations     $  656.00
Cemetery Care                                              $     645.00
Votive Candles                                                $       27.61
                                                                    $    2072.61
Second Collection this weekend for Peter’s Pence

Last Year’s Offertory Collection
June 19, 2016   $ 2150.50

LITURGICAL ROLES
Saturday, July 1, 2017
Lectors:                       Thad Guild
EMHC:                         Bernie Hindes
Music/Vocals:             Carole Zinter/Cathi Kugler
Greeters:                     Terri Bates, Sandi Gaspardino & Eliane Davidson
                                   
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Lectors:                      Jackie Ronning
EMHC:                         Doreen Aldrich
Music/Vocals:             Carole Zinter/Cathi Kugler
Greeters:                    Marge & Sabrina Ladd, Theresa Nauceder
                   
 Large Window Restoration Project
Window Restoration & New Frame ~
Total Cost $ 104,600.00
Money Donated ~ $53108.29
Amount remaining ~ $51,591.71

We would like to thank our local businesses and parishioners for your donations. If you still would like to donate, there are envelopes in the vestibule and sacristy.



 Sharing Thoughts with Deacon John Blicharz, Join Deacon John as he talks with Alex Stradling, Airs Sundays at 9:30 am / Tuesdays at 8:00 pm / Wednesday at 1:00 pm /Fridays at 2;30 pm on Fact 8 TV. If you would like to do a show with Deacon John please contact him at 802-463-4206 

Pictures of the Installation process can be viewed on our website. www.stcharleschurchvt.org

The Inland See can be viewed online at http://www.vermontcatholic.org/vcm/index.php/bulletins



Safe and Sacred
Employees and Volunteers in the diocese who previously used the VIRTUS or Sheild the Vulnerable training programs are erquired to take the training in Safe and Sacred is designed to make training accessible and convenient for both the program user and the administrators. The training program is now available for use by parishes, schools, and other Catholic organizations. Even if you are not an employee or a current volunteer, you can still take this training. Please help make a difference in the Safety of the children in our Parish and our Diocese. Thank you.
Click the link below to start. 
then click the tab for Child Safety, then down to Safe and Sacred
Pray For Healing and Comfort
Especially for: Rose Waryas, Colin James, Fr. Fred McLachlan, Cynthia Cupolo, Liz Brady, Lorraine Reynolds, Betty Snide, Bob Hanold, Diana Jones, Adalyn Leming, Tracie Shaughnessy, Marilyn Lemoine, Bob Joy, Patrick Barry, Fr. Albert Dagnoli, Lillian Rounds, Janet Graf, Robert Fogg, Shirley Harrington, Linda Meade, Bernie Hindes, Nick Deistler, Polly Kissell, Ted Waryas, Peter Bodner, Pitou Archambault,  Fred Waryas, Ellah Williams, Michael Snide, Maybelle Long, Joseph Mitchell, Pat Soboleski, Shirley Fontaine, Mary Clark, Christopher Johnson, Edith Weidler, Beverly Shaughnessy, Heather Rodger, Patricia Jones, Frances Hackett, Colleen Paquet, David Robarge, Frank Anderson, Veronica Simonds, Paul Dexter, Sr., Jean Ashcroft, Kathy Mcarthy, Tom Burns, JoAnn Fish, Mary Lou Fogg, Jim Nyberg, Riley McLaughlin, Cheryl Elysse Garrett, Ed Atkins, Conner Glover, Marcella Goodrich.
Please contact the rectory (463-3128) if you wish Father Maria Lazar to make a sick call or bring Holy Communion to someone who is unable to attend Mass.


Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jesus has predicted that the disciples will face difficulties in their mission. Many people will not receive them well, even within the land of Israel. Even family members will turn away from the disciples because of the disciples’ commitment to Jesus and the kingdom. Today’s Gospel offers the disciples consolation against this difficult truth. This section of Matthew’s Gospel should be read in the context of Matthew’s intended audience, a Jewish-Christian community. The Gospel alludes to the dangers and persecutions that this community has most likely already faced and will continue to face. To reassure this community, Matthew recalls for them the encouraging words of Jesus that we read today. In this Gospel passage, Jesus might be understood as putting suffering in perspective. The disciples of Jesus are called upon to keep their focus on God. Those who can harm the body do not have ultimate power; God does. Still persecution and suffering can not be avoided or prevented. But Jesus reassures his disciples that God knows and cares about what happens to his children. We might not face the same type of persecution, but we do experience difficulties as we endeavor to live a Christian life. Sometimes we let the opinions of others prevent us from doing what we know to be right. We need the reminder that what God thinks about us is more important. We are reassured by the promise that God cares for us and protects us.  (Copyright © 2016 Loyola Press.  All Rights Reserved.  Used with permission.  www.loyolapress.com)

Summer Program at Northeast Catholic College
 There’s still time to enroll in Northeast Catholic College’s Summer Program for high school students!  The Collegiate Summer Program offers participants the opportunity to study theology, philosophy, literature and political science.  During the summer program, students also attend daily Mass and enjoy sports, socials and day trips including hiking and canoeing.  The program is for students who will be entering their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school in the fall of 2017.  It is also open to students who have just graduated high school.  The Collegiate Summer Program is a two-week session that runs from Sunday, July 23 – Saturday, August 5, 2017.  Register today at www.NortheastCatholic.edu! For more information, contact:  admissions@northeastcatholic.edu or 603-456-2656.  

   You will have received at least one request by this date from Bishop Coyne asking for your support for the Bishop’s Annual Appeal.  Please respond generously.  In addition to monies distributed for charitable works, including Vermont Catholic Charites, the diocese is able to be a valuable resource to all parishes, large and small.  This week, you’ll meet staff from our Safe Environments department, as well as human resources.  They could not continue all that they do, statewide, without your support.  Please visit Bishopsappealvt.org to see how these two departments offer services and support beyond the Chancery, to all parishes. To date, St. Charles is at 91.77% of our annual goal.

Congratulations to the BFUHS class of 2017

"Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson, America poet, 1803 –1882

TOTUS TUUS
Join us for a week of faith and fun at our summer camp held at St. Michael Catholic Church on Walnut Street in Brattleboro. The grade 1-8 program is from Monday, July 10th to Friday, July 14th and runs from 9-3 each day and the high school program is from 7:30 to 9:30 July 9th through July 13th. The day program includes songs, games, snacks, Mass and a water fight to close out the week. The cost is $50.00 for grade school students, $25.00 for high school students or $75.00 per family. For more information please contact Peter and Judith Nero at neros75@comcast.net or call us at 802-254-4818. We look forward to seeing you there!


Serving the Spiritual Needs of Grieving Parents
A Catholic ministry for parents whose children of any age have died by any cause, no matter how long ago. Losing a child under any circumstance is horrific.  Focusing on the spirituality of the grieving process can help tremendously.   Please join us.  All are welcome. Emmaus Ministry for Grieving Parents
At St. Anthony Shrine, Boston, MA
One-Day Spiritual Retreat  -  August 5, 2017 
For more information on this and other retreat times and
locations, call (617) 542-8057 - Or visit www.emfgp.org


LaSalette Services for June & July 2017
Saturday, July 15 at 7:30PM – Fr. Pat Concert
Sunday, July 16 at 2:00PM – Healing Service with Father Andre Patenaude, (Father Pat)


In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind.                      John 1:4


Bishop's Annual Appeal 2017
Serving God in All Things
For those of you who wish to give online to the 2017 Bishop's Annual Appeal may do so by clicking the link below.