THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

SATURDAY, September 23, Vigil Mass

     4:00 p.m.  St. Mary Parishioners Living & Deceased Food Pantry Collection

SUNDAY, September 24, Twenty-fifth Sunday in

Wis. 2:12, 17-20; Jas. 3:16-4:3; Mk. 9:30-37     Ordinary Time

      9:00 a.m.      Henrietta Schmitt    Food Pantry Collection

                     Coffee & Donuts

   11:30 a.m.  Helen Kurguz

   12 Noon      4-S Golf Outing

   12:30 p.m.   Bell Choir Practice

    7:00 p.m.   Bingo

MONDAY, September 25,

Prv. 3:27-34; Lk. 8:16-18

      7:50 a.m.  Morning Chapel

     12:00 p.m. JoAnne Rachiele

     12:30 p.m. Confessions

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

     7:00 p.m.  Bell Choir Practice

     7:00 p.m.  PPC

TUESDAY, September 26, Cosmos & Damian, martyrs

Prv. 21:1-6, 10-13; Lk. 8:19-21

     8:30 a.m. Andrezej & Katarnyze Lekowicz (Gr. K-4)

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

     6:00 p.m.  Bible Study – Shanks

WEDNESDAY, September 27, Vincent de Paul, priest

Prv. 30:5-9; Lk. 9:1-6

     8:30 a.m. Mary Katherine Mehler (Gr. 5-8)

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

     6:30 p.m.  RCIA & RCIC

     7:00 p.m.  Bible Study

     7:00 p.m.  Choir Practice (9:00 a.m. choir)

THURSDAY, September 28, Wenceslaus, martyr/Lawrence

Eccl. 1:2-11; Lk. 9:7-9             Ruis and Companions, martyrs

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

     6:00 p.m.   Adoration at Corpus Christi

     6:30 p.m.   Mass at Corpus Christi

FRIDAY, September 29, Michael, Gabriel, & Raphael,

archangels

Dn. 7:9-10, 13-14; Jn. 1:47-51

     NO SCHOOL TEACHER IN-SERVICE

   12:00 p.m.  Living & Deceased of the Ruppersburg/Felder Families

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

SATURDAY, September 30, Vigil Mass

     1:00 p.m.  Verbance/Hagen Wedding

     4:00 p.m.  Raymond Goodall

SUNDAY, October 1, Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary

Nm. 11:25-29; Jas. 5:1-6; Mk. 9:38-43, 45, 47-48     Time

      9:00 a.m.      Mr. & Mrs. William Deely   

                     Coffee & Donuts

   11:30 a.m.  Joe Manns (Vance Baptism)

   12:30 p.m.   Bell Choir Practice

    7:00 p.m.   Bingo

Please remember in your prayers all those who are sick or suffering, especially those homebound or in nursing homes.

Refresh them Lord, with your healing grace.

Nursing Home: John Heider, Tim McManus, Evelyn Spiert.

At Home: Charlie Campbell, Diane Carrick, Josephine Calabro, Fred Courtney, Marie Ebelberger, Sondra Fisher-Goodwin, Judy Hall, Henrietta Koch, Mary Ann Koch, Marie McGrath, Rita Redwood.

If you are admitted to a hospital St. Mary’s may not be notified. Please give us a call if you would like a visit. Due to privacy issues no one will be listed in the bulletin sick list unless the person themselves or an immediate family member requests it.

ECO (Electric Contributions Option) Program is always open for new sign-ups. See the information at the rear of church or call the parish office. ECO –schedule: Weekly September 25; bi-weekly 25.

The Wednesday night Bible Study Group will meet at 7 p.m. 2nd floor of the Burkley Center.

The Tuesday Night Bible Study with Jason Shanks will meet at 6 p.m. on the 2nd floor of the Burkley Center. We are studying the Acts of the Apostles.

RCIA will meet this Wednesday, September 27 beginning at 6:30 in the church for prayer and then the presentation in the atrium Revelation, Scripture, and Tradition.

Offertory Gifts: Would your family like to carry up the gifts at offertory? Sign up sheets to do so are near the pictures of the Pope and Bishop. If you are carrying up the gifts please introduce yourself to the ushers before Mass.

Choir Practice: for the 9:00 a.m. choir has begun. Rehearsals are held Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. New members are welcome for both 9:00 & 11:30 choirs.

4-S Club Golf Scramble for the benefit of St. Mary School is Sunday, September 24, 2006 at Fox Fire Golf Club – shotgun start at noon. Contact Bob Dolder, 491-7442.

If you are an Extraordinary Minister and have email, please email Deacon Roger Minner at rjminner@sbcglobal.net. He is compiling an email directory so that we can more easily communicate with you.

 


LITURGICAL/VOLUNTEER SCHEDULES September 30, October 1

                             ALTAR SERVER                             LECTOR                                 EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS                       SACRISTAN

4:00 PM          J.Engle, J.LaMotte                 J.Rees,                         C.Rees, D.Smeltzer,                                                                        A.Price                                 A.Graf                           D. & L. Mitchell                                           T.Nierman

9:00 AM          A. Bartholomew                     D.Metnes                      J.Auer, B.Hess, Volunteer                                                                T. Carter, J.Cooper                A.Ruefle                        F. Melton, C. Goodall, Volunteer                 P.Smith  

11:30 AM D., M., & W. Martello             T.Martello,                     D. & D. Bosner, S. Brown                                                                                                            P.Dineen                       L. Duren, B. Faford, S. Jeffrey              A.Carpenter

Coffee & Donuts 10/1: B. & C. Bedford.



Archangels: St. Raphael is one of seven Archangels who stand before the throne of the Lord. He was sent by God to help Tobit, Tobiah and Sarah. At the time, Tobit was blind and Tobiah's betrothed, Sarah, had had seven bridegrooms perish on the night of their weddings. Raphael accompanied Tobiah into Media disguised as a man named Azariah. Raphael helped him through his difficulties and taught him how to safely enter marriage with Sarah. Tobiah said that Raphael caused him to have his wife and that he gave joy to Sarah's parents for driving out the evil spirit in her. He also gave Raphael credit for his father's seeing the light of heaven and for receiving all good things through his intercession. Besides Raphael, Michael and Gabriel are the only Archangels mentioned by name in the bible. Raphael's name means "God heals." This identity came about because of the biblical story which claims that he "healed" the earth when it was defiled by the sins of the fallen angels in the apocryphal book of Enoch. Raphael is also identified as the angel who moved the waters of the healing sheep pool. He is also the patron of the blind, of happy meetings, of nurses, of physicians and of travelers.

The name Gabriel means "man of God," or "God has shown himself mighty." It appears first in the prophesies of Daniel in the Old Testament. The angel announced to Daniel the prophecy of the seventy weeks. His name also occurs in the apocryphal book of Henoch. He was the angel who appeared to Zachariah to announce the birth of St. John the Baptizer. Finally, he announced to Mary that she would bear a Son who would be conceived of the Holy Spirit, Son of the Most High, and Savior of the world. St. Gabriel is the patron of communications workers.

The name Michael signifies "Who is like to God?" and was the war cry of the good angels in the battle fought in heaven against satan and his followers. Holy Scripture describes St. Michael as "one of the chief princes," and leader of the forces of heaven in their triumph over the powers of hell. He has been especially honored and invoked as patron and protector by the Church from the time of the Apostles. Although he is always called "the Archangel," the Greek Fathers and many others place him over all the angels - as Prince of the Seraphim. St. Michael is the patron of grocers, mariners, paratroopers, police and sickness.

Their feastday is September 29th. Adapted from www.CatholicOnline.org

St. Ladislas Senior Stars annual trip to the Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation in Carey, Ohio is Thursday, October 12, 2006. Cost is $20.00 plus lunch. Call Helen Shott (443-3351) to join us.

Youth Hayride: All St. Mary youth in grades 7th-12th should mark their calendars for Saturday October 21st as we travel to CircleSFarms for a hayride and bonfire.  The cost is $5.00.  Permission slips are located in the back of Church.  We will all come to the 4pm Mass and then leave soon after Mass.  This should be a great fun for all!

Service Saturday: St. Mary’s and Catholic Social Services are teaming up to help those on the southside Saturday, October 28th from 9am to 3pm.  We are in need of 50 volunteers.  Please sign up in the back of Church if you can participate.  Contact Jason for more information at 445-9668 or jasonshanks@stmarygv.com

Attention music lovers: The Columbus Jewish trio Shireinu will present the program “Ten Years of our Favorite Jewish Music from America and beyond” in St. Mary Church on Sunday afternoon October 8th at 2:00pm.  The trio consists of noted local artists: soloist and leader Cindy Leland (eldest daughter of parishioner Bob Hess), flutist Cheri Papier and guitarist Nick Ciranni.  Free-will donations will be welcomed.

Pray for our men and women in uniform.

St. Mary School News…

·    Please place an order in October and help our school earn a FREE chest freezer! Plus, 10% of all orders goes to St Mary's Home & School Association. Orders for our October sale are due back to school by Wednesday, Oct 4th. Or you can order at marketday.com until NOON on Friday, October 6th.

·    Anyone wishing to sponsor a child for the 2006-07 school year please contact Nancy Auer at 445-9668.

Please remember to honor your bingo commitment.

“How do I make a return to the Lord for all he has done for me.”

 

OFFERTORY: 9/16-17                  envelopes            $4,504.25

                                                   loose change                834.30

                                                   6 ECO                        $470.00

Of the 647 envelopes mailed 137 were used

     Less 5% ($290.43) charities

                                  Budgeted Amount                     $7,103.00

                                  Deficit this week                     1,294.45

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     BINGO September 17                                     

        Bingo Deposit                                       $1,403.00

        Bank                                                          800.00

       Expenses                                                  414.50

       Net                                            $188.50

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