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June 25 - 26, 2022

Today, we read that Jesus is first rejected by the Samaritans who know that He and His disciples are going to worship in Jerusalem. Some of His followers want the Samaritans to be punished for their rejection of Him. However, Jesus rebukes them because He wants only those who freely choose to respond to His invitation, not those who do so under threat of punishment for their refusal. So, Jesus gives others a personal invitation. They seem willing to respond, but only after they take care of other personal matters.

What the Lord is asking of His followers is a complete and freely chosen desire to do what He asks of them. By our asking Jesus to come into our hearts as our personal LORD AND SAVIOR, we will be willing to serve others who have been put in our lives without counting the personal costs. Our attitude toward The Holy Spirit (peace, love, patience, wisdom, knowledge, endurance, joy, etc.) would enable us to fully commit to showing our love and thanksgiving to Jesus by bringing His love to others.



Word Search Puzzle

The title of the puzzle to cs day says you are a “CHILD OF GOD”. God loves you so much that HE wants you to be HIS child no matter how old you are! HE wants you to ask JESUS, HIS SON, to be part of your life so you will always know HE is near you and will help you during your whole life.

As you work the puzzle, think about the words and look up what they mean or ask someone to explain them to you. Especially read the story of the boy David and the Giant in the Bible to see what he did with a stone because he love GOD and did what he was told. It's an exciting story look in 1Samuel 17.

Click here to download the Puzzle >>



Front Desk Volunteer Needed

Mary, Mother of Our Savior Parish is in need of a Volunteer for Monday Mornings from 9:00 am thru 12:00 noon. Duties include greeting visitors, answering phone calls and directing them to the proper person as well as other light office duties. Training will be provided.

If interested please contact Heather at (315) 724-3155.


Volunteers and Players Wanted for Bingo at the Irish Cultural Center 623 Columbia St. Utica Doors open at 2 Games Begin at 4pm Sponsored by the Hibernians.



Save the date Wednesday, July 20th at 7:00pm Parish Blue Sox Game Night Vouchers will be available after all weekend Masses starting July 2nd.

Tickets are $1.50 normal admission is $7.00 enjoy an evening of baseball at a great savings!



Ronald Rolheiser, a Roman Catholic priest and member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, is president of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas.

He is a community-builder, lecturer and writer. His books are popular throughout the English-speaking world and his weekly column is carried by more than seventy newspapers worldwide.

The Inclusive Embrace of Catholicism

Jesus said: "In my Father's house there are many rooms!" That's also meant to be a description, at least ideally, of Christianity, Catholicism, the church, and our theological and ideological embrace.

Allow me an example: Most every year, I attend a Religious Education Congress (sponsored by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles) in Anaheim, California. It's always an uplifting, faith-filled event where more than 30,000 Christians come together to reflect on and celebrate their faith.

One of the little sub-themes there that I've always enjoyed is the particular placing of some of the book displays in the pavilion where the various publishers sell their wares. Invariably you will find, side by side, the booths for the CATHOLIC WORKER and IGNATIUS PRESS. They're miles apart ideologically yet here they are, side by side, on very friendly terms, participating in the same faith event, both representing something important within the same tradition, neither bent on excluding the other.

There's something important, I believe, to be learned from this, and not just for Roman Catholics. To build community we need to work with more than just those who are like-minded. Any community or church built with just the like-minded is not worth belonging to because it reflects neither what's best inside the human spirit nor, for those of us who are Christians, the inclusive embrace of Christ.

But that doesn't come naturally. What does come naturally is the proclivity to huddle together in fear and like-mindedness, like the disciples before Pentecost, barricaded behind locked door with our own kind, paranoid, suspicious of all who are not of our own mind. They huddled together for a while for a purpose, in fear, in loneliness, consoling each other within a certain fragility; but when they finally felt the real power of God's spirit, they burst out of those narrow confines.



Bishop Lucia has drafted a letter regarding some changes in the structure of the Diocese of Syracuse.

Although the letter is too lengthy to print in the bulletin it will be in the upcoming Catholic Sun and should soon be on the diocesan website:



Eucharistic Adoration

Returns to the Seton Center Chapel on Monday thru Thursday 10:00am thru 2:00pm & Friday 10:00am thru 12:00noon.

To sign up for a specific time please call the office at (315) 724-3155.

Holy Hour/Benediction

All are welcome to Holy Hour / Benediction every Thursday evening from 6:00 - 7:00 at Our Lady of Lourdes campus.

Spend an hour of Peace, Prayer, and Quiet Time. All are Welcome.




Every Tuesday evening at 7:00pm.


Every Monday following 8:00am Mass.



Save the dates Mary, Mother of Our Savior and Notre Dame Elementary School Bazaar.

New dates for the annual bazaar are Thursday, Friday & Saturday, September 1st, 2nd, & 3rd.

Coming Soon Raffle Tickets will be on sale after all weekend Masses. Drawing will be September 3rd with a Grand Prize of $10,000.00 second prize $1,500.00 and third prize $1,000.00.

Volunteers are needed to sell tickets at Chanatry's on Sundays during July & August.

This year Trinkets and Treasures will return, Drop off dates from 6:00pm - 7:30pm for all dates at the Rectory Garage are:

  • Tuesday, July 26th
  • Thursday, August 11th
  • Tuesday, August 23rd

Please note, we are unable to accept Broken or Moldy Items, Text Books, Clothing, Tube Televisions, or Obsolete Computers.

We are in need of refrigerators and freezers that are used during the bazaar if you have one to donate please call Heather at the Parish Office (315) 724-3155.


Monthly Memorials for June


  • The gift of Bread has been given in memory of Francis & Pauline Toomey by Jim & Mary Jo and Edward Chrzan by Wife & Family.
  • The gift of Wine has been given in memory of John Meehan by Meehan & Angelucci Families.
  • The gift of Candles has been given in memory of Chief, Benny Rotundo by Wife Rita & Children and John Meehan by Meehan & Angelucci Families.
  • The Sanctuary Lamps for the week of June 18th is in memory of Deceased members of the Parish by Parish.


If you would like to add a name, please call the Office at (315) 724-3155.

Please pray for:

Arabella Zastrow, Don Yozzo, Joyce Jennings, A & C. Roberts, John Sullivan, Ann Doolen, Monica Schmadel, Jane, Joe and Sylvia S., Mia Gorczynski, Madison Viggiano, Jennifer Pratico, Amy, Christine Williams, John Mason, Ron Van Atta, Elena T., Bob V., Teresa Bushinger, Mary Ann Looney, Sr. Lois, Leo James Mastin, Carol Wilson., Larry Schecter, Patti Ann R., Maryellen, Judy, Dylan G., Connie M., Lila Burkhard, Amy S., Roseann O., James C., Mary Jane J., Anthony C., Serena C., Gloria A., Stephen B.

Please submit all Prayer Requests and Mass Intentions at least 2 weeks prior to the requested date to insure that they are able to be published on the requested dates. Thank you.



To the Parishioners of Mary, Mother of our Savior Parish:

In your most recent packet of envelopes, you may have noticed a change especially for those who worshiped on the campus of Our Lady of the Rosary. Prior to the unification of our parishes, there were envelopes for specific parish needs such as heating, air conditioning and repairs. To help streamline our sacrificial giving, these envelopes have been removed. If in the past you have utilized these envelopes, please consider adding these funds to your regular weekly contribution. Only envelopes for Outreach, National and Diocesan collections as well as Holy Days will remain.

If you want to help with the food pantries, but do not want to shop or carry groceries, you can make a monetary donation instead which will go to the Outreach Ministry of our parish. Please place this envelope along with your weekly offering in the baskets at the center doors of the Church.

If you wish to contribute electronically please use the link provided below.
You can register for We Share at: ourladyoflourdes

Fr. Joe
Rev. Joseph Salerno and the Finance Committee

Attention Lectors and Eucharistic Ministers
Hard copies of the March schedule are available in the sacristy.



Caring... it's not the hard part of caregiving.

Caregiver Support Group

The Good News Center is hosting a Free and open to the public monthly Caregiver Support Group, the third Monday of the month from 6:30 - 8:00pm, facilitated by Susan Read , MS, RN. The group provides a source of emotional and social support and resources for those caring for a loved one.

Our support group offers self-care strategies and tools to reduce stress and enhance coping.

  • Support and Networking
  • Stress Reduction Strategies
  • Resources and Programs Available for Caregivers
  • Share and listen to individual experiences

We welcome adults, spouses, family members or friends in the caregiver role to attend.

For those who prefer to do so, the program is also being offered virtually.

Third Monday every month from 6:00 - 7:30pm.

  • July 18th
  • August 15th
  • September 19th
  • October 17th
  • November 21st
  • December 12th

Please contact The Good News Center at (315) 735-6210. Monday - Friday from 8:30am - 4:30pm to register or email

Location: The Good News Center, 10475 Cosby Manor Road, Utica, NY 13502.