Stargazers for Christ's Light: First Sunday of Advent
Discover this Advent How to Be Stargazers
for Christ's Light
First Sunday of Advent
November 27, 2022
for a link to the Sunday readings.
Entrance: O Come, O Come Emmanuel | 39
1st Reading: Isaiah 2:1-5
2nd Reading Romans 13:11-14
Gospel: Matthew 24:37-44
Offertory: Waiting in Silence | 51
Communion: Bread of Life | 72
Recessional: City of God | 390
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.
Spiritual Reflection from
St. David Parish
I remember hearing a story of a little boy who was impressed by the stars. He had many questions for his father about them. “Are the stars there all the time?” and “why don’t we see them during the day?” His father answered, “You can only see them at night. Darkness is always more beautiful when we look up at the stars rather than...
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Rejoice! The First Sunday of Advent is here! This Sunday, November 27th begins the season of Advent as well as the new liturgical year (Year A). We have many wonderful events this season to prepare your heart for Christmas!
Just Look UP: An Advent Video Series
Discover how to find theLight in the darkness and how the Saints were living examples of looking to Christ. Follow along on our Wednesday Flocknote or Facebook page!
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Singing is just praying twice! Praise and worship elevate our prayers to the Lord. Join the St. David Adult Choir & Queen of Angels Choir:
Sunday, December 11
for an evening of Christmas music and caroling as we prepare for the coming of Christ, our King! A social with light refreshments will follow in Father Curran Hall.
Below are some songs by the choir to help prepare your hearts for the Advent season!
Angels We Have Heard on High.mp3
Processional for Christmas.mp3
Silent Night Melody.mp3
Feast of the
Mary is like the Star of Bethlehem, gently guiding our attention to her son, Jesus. Please join us as we celebrate Mary’s Immaculate Conception:
Thursday, December 8th
Mass Times: 6:30am, 9am, & 7pm
The rectory will be closed.
Adverbs of Advent
by Fr. Kennedy
Adverbs are simply amazing words. They show us HOW things happen. They lead us WHERE we need to go. They tell us WHEN to pay attention. The season of Advent uses special adverbs such as: patiently, unexpectedly, quietly, excitedly, joyfully, and tenderly to help us navigate this sacred season. They also help us to wait for Christmas and all that it promises. The Adverbs of Advent lead us to excitedly see HOW, WHERE and WHEN God’s great promises of salvation really come true. Please join us for Fr. Kennedy’s joyful reflection
Monday, December 19
The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed during the reflection. Benediction & Confession will follow.
Monday & Wednesday 7AM - 7PM & Friday 7AM - 5PM
How can I spend my time
with the Lord?
Speak to God about what’s on your heart and mind.
Pray for your deepest needs. Pray for the Church.
Reflect on a verse in the Bible or another spiritual reading.
Talk to Jesus.
The Giving Tree will be on display beginning this weekend in Father Curran Hall. Please pick up your tags from the FCH stage. Please return your
gift to the FCH stage
no later than
Sunday, December 18th at 12PM
, so that they can be ready and delivered before the holidays. If you have questions or need a gift picked up, please contact Jenn Falsone at
; she will do her best!
This year’s generous donations will be delivered to St. Peter the Apostle School, Lakeside Girls Academy, Least of our Brothers, Blessed Sarnelli Home/St Francis Inn, Our Ladies House, Guiding Star Ministries, and the Pro-Life Union of Philadelphia. Thank you for your cooperation and generosity.
St. David Roman Catholic Church
on Sunday, November 27, 2022 at 8:00AM