FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT
Sunday Mass Readings & Hymns
March 21, 2021
for a link to the Sunday readings.
Entrance: Led By the Spirit | 120
1st: Jeremiah 31:31-34
2nd: Hebrews 5:7-9
Gospel: John 12:20-33
Offertory: Have Mercy On Us Lord | 131
Communion: Humbly Lord We Worship You | 207
Recessional: Save Your People | 125
Schola Music Schedule:
Sunday, March 14th @ 11 AM
Sunday, March 21st @ 9AM
Palm Sunday, March 28th @ 11 AM
Easter Sunday, April 4th @ 11 AM
Divine Mercy Sunday, April 11th @ 11 AM
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
What is it like to lose our life?
How hard is it to let go of our ego’s?
There was an article written in
January 19, 2012
that I found helpful as a different way of looking at losses in life that maybe helpful to you.
Click HERE to continue reading Fr. Windle's suggested article.
We will pray the
Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel
after every mass.
Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel
St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle; be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray. And do thou, O prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God, cast into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.
Stations of the Cross
Wednesdays @ 7 PM
Confessions will be made available immediately following the Stations of the Cross
March 24, 2021
: led by EPIC Youth Group and Faith Alive. On this night, we will process to stations set up outside the church, weather permitting.
, March 28, 2021
, April 1, 2021
Mass @ 7PM (
only Mass of the day)
, April 2, 2021
Morning Prayer @ 9AM
Prayer Service @ 3PM
, April 3, 2021
Morning Prayer @ 9AM
, 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
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 March 2021 — $11,037.83
Sunday March 2020 — $12,792.03
CYO Spring Sports
Registration is now open for CYO Spring Sports. We will be offering the following:
Track for grades 4-8 (bantam for K-4 with birthdays 2021-2015)
Baseball and softball
High School co-ed volleyball
Fees are not being collected yet, and will be reduced from prior years. COVID precautions have been posted at
. Please register at
. If you have any questions, please email Shawn Hopkins at
God is everywhere, in the very air I breathe, yes everywhere, but in His Sacrament of the Altar He is as present actually and really as my soul within my body; in His Sacrifice daily offered as really as once offered on the Cross.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Eucharistic Adoration is in our chapel every
Monday 7 AM – 7 PM, Wednesday 7 AM – 7 PM and Friday 7 AM – 4 PM
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.
, scrip is sold at the
, as well as through the Queen of Angels students’ backpacks. Scrip will be sold on
Sunday 3/21, 4/11 & 4/25
10-11 AM in Fr. Curran Hall
, at the counter by the kitchen area.
are due to the coordinators by
11 AM on 4/11
Script will not be sold on Good Friday, 4/2.
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
We still have many masses available for intentions this year. Daily Mass in the summer will be said at 8 AM, beginning June 7th and ending August 31st. 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.
Queen of Angels' 7
grade students will present the Living Stations, Monday, March 29
at 7 PM at St. David Church.
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!
Help us get to $50,000!
“Stay at Home and Make a Difference”
Join H&S and the Advancement Office as we raise money for the Choirs of Angels Annual Appeal. Please support this endeavor as we seek to provide tuition assistance, academic and technology upgrades, and facility improvements for our students! Rather than having to purchase tickets to an event, find babysitting, etc. please consider donating that will go 100% directly to the students of QOA with the Stay at Home Gala Initiative! Please go to
today to make a donation or send in your donation to:
QOA, 401 N Easton Road, Willow Grove, PA 19090.
We have raised over $42,000 so far and are overwhelmed with the generosity of those who have donated already! Thank you for your support!
who will be welcomed into the Catholic Faith at the Easter Vigil on
April 3, 2021
Our Pastor, Rev. Matthew Windle will administer the
Sacrament of Confirmation
on Divine Mercy Sunday,
at the 9:00 AM Mass.
Please keep Evan in your prayers!
Sr. Kathleen Fitzpatrick, IHM
215-659-4059 (Office) | 484-506-1687 (Cell)
EPIC February Calendar
: Youth Mass @ St. David 6:30PM
: Outdoor Stations of the Cross
St. David @ 7 PM (Rain site in Church)
: EPIC Service Saturday St. Catherine @ 9AM
: Steubenville NYC—July 23
For students in 9th grade and older.
for more information.
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."
Vaccines: Catholic Research & Answers
Note of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on the morality of using some anti-Covid-19 vaccines
Answers to Key Ethical Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines
Moral Guidance on Vaccines webpage
The Archdiocesan Office for Life and Family has launched a web-page with research and answers to ethical questions concerning COVID-19 vaccines.
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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