THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
Sunday Mass Readings & Hymns
April 18, 2021
for a link to the Sunday readings.
Entrance: Alleluia! Alleluia! Let the Holy Anthem Rise | 170
1st: Acts 3:13-15, 17-19
2nd: 1 John 2:1-5a
: Luke 24:35-48
Offertory: Two Were Bound for Emmaus | 161
Communion: Worthy Is the Lamb | 575
Recessional: I Know That My Redeemer Lives | 670
Schola Music Schedule:
Sunday, April 18th @ 9AM
Sunday, April 25th @ 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
Being the second oldest of five boys in my family meant growing up I was always wearing my older brother’s clothes after they got too small for him. It also meant that my younger brother would wear the same clothes after I grew and it was the same for the next brother and so on down the line. My brothers and I actually didn’t mind wearing the hand-me-downs, especially if it was a sports jersey that we liked.
to continue reading Fr. Windle's reflection.
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.
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The Disciple Maker Index Survey Opens today!
St. David will be participating in a parish survey about discipleship conducted by the Catholic Leadership Institute called the Disciple Maker Index.
Please help us by participating in a 10-15 minute survey online as soon as possible.
There are also opportunities to complete the survey after daily and Sunday Mass and you can obtain a paper copy next to the offertory baskets or by contacting Maureen Mahon at 215-657-0252.
All paper copy surveys can be returned to the offertory baskets or the rectory.
The survey will
be available from
April 16th through May 17th, 2021
and will ask you to reflect on your own spiritual growth and enable you to provide feedback on our parish’s efforts to help you grow. All responses will be confidential and the parish will only receive information about the community as whole.
We are trying to get the highest response rate possible. This information will be invaluable to Fr. Windle and our various ministries as we plan for the future and strive to be the best disciples we can be. We will receive the results this summer at which time we will share what we have learned with the entire parish.
Thank you for helping with this important project!
DMI Parish Handout
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 April 2021 — $11,420.43
Sunday April 2020 — $7,665.11 (
Church closed due to COVID
Easter Collection 2021 — $19,690.00
Easter Collection 2020 — $27,206.00
American Red Cross Blood Drive
St. David Parish, Father Curran Hall
Monday, April 12, 2021 | 2-7 PM
The Eucharist is the Sacrament of Love; it signifies Love, it produces Love. The Eucharist is the consummation of the whole spiritual life.
St. Thomas Aquinas
Jesus waits for you in the Blessed Sacrament!
Eucharistic Adoration is in our chapel every
Monday 7 AM – 7 PM, Wednesday 7 AM – 7 PM, and Friday 7 AM – 4 PM
Adorers are needed for Fridays at 2 PM.
Can you answer Jesus’ call to be with Him? If you can sign up for this or any other 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
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
We still have many masses available for intentions 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.
Classes are filling quickly in our Pre-K 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 $45,000 so far and are overwhelmed with the generosity of those who have donated already! Thank you for your support!
QOA Home & School Association Presents:
Raya & The Last Dragon at the Drive-In!!!
Tues. April 20, 2021 at 8:15pm
(parking open at 7:15pm)
Penn Cinema, Huntingdon Valley, PA
Cost $30 per vehicle -
Concessions available at arrival -
Restrooms available - Masks required
for our candidates who will receive the
Sacrament of Confirmation
Thursday, April 22
at 2 PM and 4 PM in
St. David Church
. The Celebrant is Bishop Michael J. Fitzgerald.
Sacrament of Confirmation | 2PM
Michael John Barnes
Brett Blaise Bean
Jack Maximus Bogart
Chloe Leona Katharine Casper
Anthony Robert Sebastian Carson
Taryn Elise Cecilia Carson
Nico Gianni James Cataldi
Lana Scott Francis Checkovage
John Ryan Michael Convery
John L. Philip Cox
Ryan Douglas Lawrence Dalske
Madeline Grace Patricia Dever
Grace Mary Catherine Funk
Hayden Marie Veronica Fahey
Ashley Agnes Garcia-Coreas
Michaela Grace Sarah Greiman
Tyler S. Anthony Hackert
Michael Brian Patrick Harter
Meghan Claire Caroline Hitchens
Aiden Gregory Christopher Houck
Kaylee Caroline Keegan
Sophia Clare Keegan
Ryan Joseph Xavier Kimble
Zachary John Kniese
Emma Joan Elizabeth Kramer
Hailey Joanne Rose Kramer
Bryn Catherine O’Connor
Victoria Rose Marie Strybuc
Sacrament of Confirmation | 4PM
Dean James Patrick Condeelis
Aidan John Patrick Leighty
Nicholas Romeo Ley
Gracelyn Cara Veronica Luchsinger
Sean Matthew Martinez
Molly Rowan Elizabeth McCann
Anthony Stephen McClatchy
Kylie Royce Frances McCracken
Abigail Rose Marie McKeever
Niamh Theresa Bridget McNicholas
Aidan Joseph Jude Molnar
Olivia Rose Katharine Mottola
Avery Christina Jarlath Mullen
Maeve Allyn Kathlyn Nafus
Griffin Patrick Michael Neary
Gabriella Anna Gabriel Peroni
Holly Cecilia Pfizenmayer
Travis Joseph David Quirk
Julianne Marie Joan Rudgunas
Dylan Michael Anthony Schumack
Ella Anne Smith
Grace Patricia Elizabeth Steenstra
Brodie Joshua James Sweigard
Christian James Michael Taylor
Mark Blayden Daniel Teefy
Angel Esteban Anthony Vera
Kiki Christine Cecilia Wingate
Lilee Sophia Rose Ziegler
Benjamin Matthew Zollers
Are you a non-Catholic who is interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith? Are you a baptized adult Catholic who has never celebrated First Communion or Confirmation?
We can accompany you on your spiritual journey. For more information, please contact Sr. Kathleen Fitzpatrick (info below) or call the Rectory at 215-657-0252.
Sr. Kathleen Fitzpatrick, IHM
215-659-4059 (Office) | 484-506-1687 (Cell)
EPIC April Calendar
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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