WEDNESDAY, August 22, Queenship
of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Jgs. 9:6-15; Mt. 20:1-16
Evening Prayer & Rosary
Parent Orientation @ gym
August 23, Rose of Lima,
Jgs. 11:29-39; Mt. 22:1-14
Prayer & Rosary
Adoration at Corpus Christi
Mass at Corpus Christi
FRIDAY, August 24, Bartholomew, apostle
Rv. 21:9b-14; Jn. 1:45-51
Prayer & Rosary
SATURDAY, August 25,
Mary Ann Mageean
SUNDAY, August 26, Tweny-first Sunday of
Is. 66:18-21; Heb. 12:5-7, 11-13; Lk. 13:22-30Time
of St. Mary’s
McCarthy (Norton Baptism)
remember in your prayers all those who are sick or suffering, especially those
homebound or in nursing homes.
them Lord, with your healing grace.
Nursing Home: Evelyn
At Home: Charlie Campbell,Josephine Calabro, Frank Carrick, Fred Courtney, Anna Czernik, Marie
Ebelberger, Sondra Fisher-Goodwin, Julie Graham-Price, Judy Hall, Henrietta
Koch, Mary Ann Koch, Tim McManus, Al Moeller, Mary Ann Prager, Frank
Pulsinelli, Rita Redwood, Larry Schwartz.
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.
Contributions Option) Program is always open for new sign-ups. See the
information at the rear of church or call the parish office. ECO
August 20, 27; September 4, 10, 17, 24; Bi-weekly: September 4, 17; Monthly September
1 or 15.
Monday Confessions: There will be a two month suspension
of Monday confessions. They will resume on September 17 immediately after
Bible Study: Mark Your Calendars for Weds,
September 5th from to . (Please note change in day)
The Bible Study is in its fifth year studying scripture, and having a blast
doing it! We will begin to study the Gospel of John! For more
information please contact Jason Shanks by calling him in the parish office at
445-9668 or email@example.com.
Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults (RCIA)will start up with a cookout and informational meeting on
August 29th at on the back patio of the
rectory. If you are interested in learning more about the Catholic faith,
then RCIA is for you. There is no commitment to becoming Catholic. Just
come and learn about the faith and make decisions as you go. All St. Mary’s parishioners are encouraged to
begin praying for next year’s class and to invite those you know. You are
the greatest witness to the faith! For more information please contact
Jason Shanks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LITURGICAL/VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE – Fourth
Weekend – August 25-26
4:00 PMAugust 25S.Regan,
M.Hayes, D.Neal,D. & L. Mitchell, F.Melton,
9:00 AMAugust 26M.Badurina,M.
Keebaugh,D. & M. Smigelski,
D.MoraineM.KeebaughF. & M. Wickham, R. & T.
11:30 AMAugust 26J. & R. Vogt, J.Vogt,S.Jeffrey,
K.HaytasK.HatytasK.Hall, M.Lovett, D.Martello
& Donuts August 26 – McKernan FamilyPlease pray for our men and women in uniform.
Farewell to Joy Seipp and Mary Jo Mally who have taken new positions at St.
Catherine’s. Please join us at a reception after the Mass next Sunday, August 26th in
the school gym to thank them for their years of service to our parish and to
wish them well.
Shortage Of Priests: We all know the problems caused by
the shortage of priests, find out how you can be part of the solution! Be
a guest at "Dessert and Discussion" hosted by the Serra Clubs of
Columbus and North
and the Friends of the Josephinum on Sunday, August 26, from to at the JessingCenter of the Pontifical College
Josephinum, 7625 N. High St. There is no charge or obligation.
Dessert and beverages will be served. For information and reservations
call: 614-488-3773 or 614-888-2300.
Attention Young Adults-Are you looking for a fun and casual way to learn more
about your Catholic faith? Theology and a Pub is a monthly series of talks at
the Columbus Maennerchor, 966 S. High Street, in GermanVillage. Admission is just $2. Food and
drink are available for purchase. This month's talk,Thursday the 23rd, will be
"Taking Root in America: Vatican 1 Isaac Hecker, and the
Development of American Catholicism in the Late 9th Century", with Fr.
Larry Rice of the St. ThomasMoreNewmanCenter. Doors open at and the talk will begin at . For more information, please visit
and Networking Opportunity! Applications
are now being accepted for Component I, a five- session education and
networking opportunity, for parish laity and men discerning a call to the
diaconate.Developed by the Diocese of
Columbus Ministry Formation Office, the program benefits participants as they
discern personal gifts and talents, consider areas of service, and become more
involved in their parish community.Participants are introduced to the history & structure of the diocese,
their rights and responsibilities in canon law, representatives of the diocesan
offices & the resources they provide, enhanced communication skills, and
the ongoing task of following the Gospel Message in everyday life.Catechists/Catechetical Leaders will receive
enrichment credit; teachers in the Catholic Schools may apply for 2.2
CEUs.The five-session series will be
held on the following Saturdays:September 15, 22, October 6, 13, and November 3 at Sts. Peter and PaulRetreatCenter
– registrations due by Wednesday, September 5.For a detailed schedule of times/topics and a registration form, contact
your parish secretary, or call Jean Morris at the Ministry Formation Office go
to http://www.colsdioc.org/webpage/mfo.nsf and click on Component
I or call (614) 241-2544.
Volleyball Signups: We are starting to form girls and
boys volleyball teams for the upcoming school year. Any student entering grade
4 to 8 is eligible to play volleyball as long as they attend St.MarySchool or are members of St. Mary Church.The cost to play is $50 or $58 if you need
the mesh athletic short that goes with the jersey.Interested players need to email Mr. David
Oddi @ email@example.com with your
name and grade.Deadline for signups is
Friday, August 31. Finally, any high school student that wants to play CYO
volleyball, please email Mr. Oddi also.
·Registration: If you would like information about
St.MarySchool please call the school office at 444-8994.
·Classes resume Monday,
August 27th at !
·If you have not yet
received your mailing with the student supply list please call the school
office or stop by !
Presentation – St.MarySchool is continuing an old German
tradition! On Monday, August 27th at in the school gym, each first grade
student will be presented with a Schultuete, a 75 cm tall decorated cone filled
with sweets and supplies. The tradition celebrates the child’s first day of
formal schooling and is meant to “sweeten the beginning” of the long years of
schooling ahead. In addition to our school students, faculty and several local
dignitaries have been invited.
Remember: the newspaper recycling bin has
been removed for the festival. It will return soon, so please save your
recyclable paper products until the end of August!
Expanded Homestead exemption: Effective July
House bill 119 eliminated the income eligibility criteria making the exemption
available to all homeowners who: are at least 65 years old during 2007; and meet
some other conditions. Please see the posting on the bulletin board; or call
462-3240; or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember to honor your
“How do I make a return to the Lord for all he has done for me.”
Bingo deposit August 12 $1,949
Thank you to those who worked Bingo August 12th:
Dick Hilsheimer, Leo Thurn, Jim & Kathy Morbitzer, Kelly Mullins-Thornton,
Tracy Johnson, Pattu Eakin, Dave Keen, Rita & Don Alexander, Chris Davis. Kitchen: Theresa Ellen, Tracie Johnson,
Susan Brouillette. Bakers: Kelly