SIXTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Sunday Mass Readings & Hymns
February 14, 2021
for a link to the Sunday readings.
Entrance: Love Divine All Loves Excelling | 485
1st: Leviticus 13:1-2; 44-46
2nd: 1 Corinthians 10:31-11:1
Gospel: Mark 1:40-45
Offertory: Where Charity and Love Prevail | 481
Communion: Taste and See | 331
Recessional: O God Beyond All Praising
Schola Music Schedule:
Sunday, February 14th @ 11AM
Sunday, February 21st @ 9AM
Sunday, February 28th @ 11AM
to be directed to the website for the live stream of this weekend's Mass.
Mass will be live streamed from 9 AM-10 AM.
The recording will be posted on Monday morning by 11 AM.
St. David Church
on YouTube to watch previous Masses.
from St. David Parish
Marriage and family life are a blessing and a gift from God. In the fulfillment of this Sacrament, the marriage of a Christian man and woman is a sign of the marriage between Christ and the Church. While marriage is a special blessing for Christians because of the grace of Christ, marriage is also a natural blessing and gift for everyone in all times and cultures. It is a source of blessing to the couple, to their families, and to society and includes the wondrous gift of co-creating human life.
Click HERE to view Sr. Kathleen's reflection
The 2022 Mass Intentions Book will not be available this Lent. We still have many masses available this year.
We are no longer taking requests for intentions for the Saturday Vigil, Sunday, Christmas, and Easter. Masses can be requested by phone or in-person. God bless.
FAST AND ABSTINENCE AND OTHER ACTS OF PENANCE FOR LENT 2021
The Bishops of the United States prescribe, as minimal obligation, that all persons who are 14 and older are bound to abstain from eating meat on Ash Wednesday, February 17, 2021, on all the Fridays of Lent and Good Friday (with the exception of Friday, March 19th, The Solemnity of St. Joseph). Further, all persons 18 and older, up to and including their 59th birthday, are bound to fast by limiting themselves to a single full meal on Ash Wednesday and on Good Friday, while the other two meals on those days are to be light. All the faithful are encouraged, when possible, to participate at Mass and to receive the Holy Eucharist daily, to celebrate frequently the Sacrament of Penance, to undertake spiritual reading, especially the study of the Sacred Scriptures, and to participate in parish Lenten devotions as well as Lenten education programs. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is especially recommended.
Stations of the Cross
Wednesdays @ 7 PM
Confessions will be made available immediately following the Stations of the Cross
February 24, 2021
: led by the Legion of Mary and Sisters of St. David Convent
— NO CONFESSIONS on 2/24
March 3, 2021
: led by the Lectors, Ushers, and Extraordinary Ministers
March 10, 2021
: led by Families of St. David
March 17, 2021
: led by That Man Is You and Walking with Purpose
March 24, 2021
: led by EPIC Youth Group and Faith Alive. On this night, we will process to stations set up around the church, weather permitting.
, March 28, 2021
, April 1, 2021
Mass @ 7PM
, April 2, 2021
Prayer Service @ 3PM
, April 3, 2021
, April 3, 2021
Welcoming of our RCIA candidates
into the Catholic faith
Mass @ 8 PM
, April 4, 2021
Mass @ 9 AM & 11 AM
Schola concert @ 10:30 AM
Sr. Judith Moeller
Our Lady of Confidence and St. David Parish celebrate the life and gift of Sister Judith Moeller. Sr. Judith passed away peacefully on Friday, February 5, 2021. She was a devoted OLC Principal for ten years and worked for many years in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. She spent 14 years at St. David Parish and Convent. Her light will continue to shine in the hallways and students she touched forever.
Thank you to all parishioners who continue to support St. David Parish’s financial needs. We appreciate your ongoing giving to the parish and the participation in special fundraisers, all that helps pay the ongoing monthly expenses and fund capital projects to keep the parish up to date.
Sunday February 2021 — $12,508.00
Sunday February 2020 — $15,576.45
We would like to extend a warm welcome to Fr. Gene Geinzer. He will be assisting with the weekend masses periodically here at Saint David.
Fr. Geinzer was born in Pittsburgh and entered the Jesuits near Reading in 1962. He studied Classics, English, Art and Philosophy for 6 years and graduated in 1968 from Spring Hill College. He earned a Masters in Fine Arts at Pratt Institute in New York in 1970. He studied theology in New Orleans and New York City from 1971 to 1975 and was ordained a priest in 1974 in Baltimore. In 1991 he earned a Masters in Architecture at IIT Chicago.
He taught at Ralph Young Junior High, Georgetown University, Loyola University Chicago, the Beijing Center for Chinese Studies and now teaches part time at Saint Joseph's University.
He came to Philadelphia in 2019 to become the superior of the Arrupe Jesuit Community on Saint Joseph's University campus.
The time you spend with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is the best time that you will spend on earth. Each moment that you spend with Jesus will deepen your union with Him and make your soul everlastingly more glorious and beautiful in heaven and will help bring about an everlasting peace on earth.
St. Theresa of Calcutta
Eucharistic Adoration is in our chapel every
Monday 7 AM – 7 PM, Wednesday 7 AM – 7 PM and Friday 7 AM – 4 PM
There will be NO ADORATION on
Ash Wednesday, February 17th.
Many thanks to all who have answered the call to spend an hour each week with Our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration. If you can sign up for a Holy Hour, please contact Paula Warnalis 215-715-6911.
Scrip Tuition Fundraising Program
Scrip is a
way to earn money for Catholic school tuition. This includes grade school, high school, and religious education programs. EVERYONE can participate. Even if you’re not a school parent, you can help family members or friends with tuition, or just support parish tuition assistance.
Click HERE to find complete information.
On Fridays, scrip is sold at the rectory from 2:30-3 PM, as well as through the Queen of Angels students’ backpacks. Scrip will be sold on Sunday 2/21 from 10-11 AM in Fr. Curran Hall, at the counter by the kitchen area.
Contact us with any questions!
Sharon C. (
Jen K. (
Inter-Faith Food Pantry
Open for those who need food and for those who want to donate.
1250 Easton Road, Roslyn, PA
Because of the current situation, call ahead to check on hours.
Regular hours for donating Wednesday-Thursday & Saturday 10am-1pm
Regular hours to get food Monday 5:30-7pm
Wednesday-Thursday & Saturday 11am-1pm
But again, call 267-318-0607 ahead to be verify they are open.
There is a basket at the back of the Church for donations
to the Food Cupboard.
Canned soup, chili, stew
Canned meats (tuna, chicken, salmon, ham), Hamburger Helper
Pasta sauce, Canned tomatoes
Dried fruit in small packs
Jelly or jam
Individual nut bars, snacks & fruit cups
Paper towels, toilet paper, tissues
To view the Daily Mass Intentions and the names of the Sick and Deceased, please click
Classes are filling quickly for the 2021-2022 school year! Contact Mrs. O'Doherty in our Admissions Office at 215-309-4028 or
to set up a private "Facetime" tour today and to get more information about our outstanding programs!
Great news for the Queen of Angels School band program!
Many of our musicians were accepted into the Archdiocese of Philadelphia Elementary Festival, Honor and Honor Jazz Bands. Two methods were used, an interview with the school’s band directors or auditions. Many of our musicians elected to audition in order to be eligible for first, second and third chair positions. We are so proud of our student musicians for their perseverance during these unprecedented times!
Honor Band (6th-8th grade):
Santiago Coyle, flute
Brooke Jones, flute
Madeline White, clarinet
Gus Nama, clarinet
Madeline White, tenor saxophone, 1
Sarah Bean, tenor saxophone, 2
Nicholas Tait, percussion and snare drum
Honor Jazz Band (6th-8th grade):
Santiago Coyle, flute, 1st chair
Madeline White, tenor saxophone, 2nd chair
Nicolas Tait, drum set, 1st chair
Festival Band (3rd-5th grade):
Maddie Koch, alto saxophone
Luke Ellison, alto saxophone
Esther Coyle, trumpet, 3rd chair
Colin Horan, trumpet
Michael Muscarella, trumpet
First Reconciliation and First Communion Candidates
who are preparing to receive these important Sacraments!
Jayden Tomas Agostini
Jocelyn Rose Ando-McLane
Matthew Edward Gibson
Mary Isabella Gombeda
Sofia Mae Gradel
Brooke Marie Hackert
Claire Rita Harkin
Carter Lawrence Herring
Miles Samuel Kaufman
Elyse Georgianna Kaufman
Quinlan Joseph Leighty
Sean Matthew Loftus
Aubrey Hope McGuigan
Brayden Michael Miekley
Emilia Marie Mottola
Adrianna Sophia Nardone
Aydan Bradley Paradise
Brandon Nathanial Paradise
Jordan Isaiah Paradise
Lusea Ellaminda Paradise
Macen Xavier Prychka
Valeria Van den Heuvel
Leigh Denise Viereck
Allison Lynne Violi
Claire Carmen Waltrich
Ava Ann Watkis
Joshua Lee Yerkes
Lillian Grace Yoder
Sr. Kathleen Fitzpatrick, IHM
215-659-4059 (Office) | 484-506-1687 (Cell)
EPIC February Calendar
: Sit and Chat
St. Catherine of Siena 7:30 PM
: High School Service Saturday
St. Catherine of Siena 9 AM—12 PM
: Praise & Worship Night
Saint David @ 6:30 PM
: Middle School Service Saturday
Pantry & Plarn
St. Catherine of Siena 9 AM—12 PM
: Youth Mass
OLHC @ 6:30 PM
Need to Talk?
Call your Youth Minister
Office hours are every
Wed. and Sun. at 4 pm–5:30 pm
to schedule a call.
"O Saint Joseph, do assist me by your powerful intercession, and obtain for me from your Divine Son all spiritual blessings, through Jesus Christ, our Lord, So that, having engaged here below your heavenly power, I may offer my thanksgiving and homage to the most Loving of Fathers."
The Green Phase
As of June 26, 2020, the five-county area of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia moved into the green phase of the reopening of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The green phase continues to require precautions to limit the spread of COVID-19 and our corporate responsibility to observe them.
The liturgical directives that follow are for the Pennsylvania green phase and our Archdiocesan Open Phase for the celebration of the Sacred Liturgy. They were authorized by the Archbishop to go into effect on Friday morning, June 26, 2020.
to view the directives for attending Mass at Saint David.
We can be certain that there will be challenges as we reunite and celebrate Mass together. I ask that we be patient with one another, we all desire one thing – to celebrate the Eucharist together in our church! It will take some adjusting and some refining of details, but let us keep our focus on the Lord, who calls us to gather as His people.
To read more about the Guidelines of the Archdiocese during the Green Phase, click
I eagerly await the day we gather together in our church. In the meantime, let us continue to pray for one another.
God Bless You,
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