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Stephen M. Gemme

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St Bernadette School

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St Bernadette School

1100 Upham Street

Denver, Colorado,80214

United States

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St. Bernadette School is a preschool, elementary school, and middle school centrally located on more than 5 acres in Northborough, Massachusetts. Founded in 1996 with the love and determination of a visionary pastor and the support of his parishoners. Growing ... more

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Saint Bernadette Parish, Northborough MA

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Fr. Stephen M. Gemme was appointed Pastor in 2003 and re-appointed in 2009 for a second six year term.
Parish Youth Ministry has continued to grow, with Fr. Gemme naming a Director of Youth Ministry for the first time in the history of the parish.


StayCatholic.com - Obedience, Celibacy, Poverty

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by Father Stephen Gemme, Dominican Father Brian Mullady and Franciscan Father Gregory Plow
by Father Stephen Gemme Father Stephen Gemme is the pastor of St. Bernadette Parish in Northborough, Massachusetts, in the Diocese of Worcester.


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Thanks to the generosity of Fr. Stephen Gemme, pastor of St. Bernadette, who donated a bus, the group was able to travel together to and from Boston.


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Stephen M. Gemme, who resigned in October when the accusations came to light, was indicted Thursday on five counts of larceny over $250 by a single scheme, said Paul Jarvey, spokesman for Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early.
Gemme, former pastor of St. Bernadette Parish in Northboro, took the money from the church and the school over the course of four years, Worcester Diocese officials said in the fall. The next day, Gemme "acknowledged a gambling problem" during a meeting with McManus, the bishop wrote. McManus said a subsequent audit showed that Gemme had used more than $110,000 of the school's money and $120,000 from the parish for personal expenses. Gemme was appointed as pastor in 2003 and reappointed for a six-year term in 2009. He was replaced by the Rev. Ronald G. Falco in November.


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Father Stephen M. Gemme
Father Stephen M. Gemme, pastor of St. Bernadette Parish in Northborough, said it boils down to the Ten Commandments. This, then, leads to the Greatest Commandment, "You shall love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your mind" and the second Great Commandment, "You shall love your neighbor as yourself." "The first relationship we should have is with God," said Father Gemme, noting this "flies in the face" of contemporary culture. Being charitable is a requirement. Father Gemme said we should have concern for the poor, the sick and the unborn. When it comes to living our Catholic faith, we must accept all the teachings of the Church, noted Father Gemme. "I think one of the challenges for many Catholics is being a cafeteria Catholic," he added, explaining that some people are committed to feeding the poor, yet, at the same time, may not agree with the Church's stance on abortion. "Listening to the teachings of the Church is very important," Father Gemme stressed. "A great way to grow in your faith is to read the Catechism of the Catholic Church." Father Gemme said going to confession is essential to one's spiritual life. "It's very important for me to go on a regular basis," he said. The Church, he explained, requires us to go to confession at least once a year. Blessed Teresa of Calcutta and Pope John Paul II, he noted, did this much more frequently. Father Gemme also recommends praying the rosary, as Our Lady requested when she appeared to the three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal in the early 1900s. "Part of the devotion is to pray it daily," he said. "A great time to pray is when you're in the car. He said families praying the rosary at home, with their children, is a "wonderful" practice. If possible, attend Mass during the week, in addition to Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation, said Father Gemme. Divine Mercy Sunday, always the Sunday after Easter, is a good opportunity to go to confession. At St. Bernadette, from 8 to 10 priests will hear confessions that day. Another good spiritual practice is eucharistic adoration, noted Father Gemme. He said spending an hour with Our Lord is "a wonderful way to grow in holiness and in charity. Many people who sit before the Blessed Sacrament pray for their families and their children, he said. "It's really critical to remind people that Christ is present in the Eucharist," he added. "Our faith is meant to be lived," he said. "When you come to church we're really meant to participate." He urged people to give to others, whether it be food or clothing. And he encouraged us to get involved in the 40 Days for Life campaign, and, if possible, take time to pray outside of Planned Parenthood in Worcester.


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