THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

 

SATURDAY, October 20,

     3:00 – 3:30 Confessions

Vigil Mass

     4:00 p.m.  Parishioners of St. Mary’s

SUNDAY, October 21, Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary

Ex. 17:8-13; 2 Tm. 14-4:2; Lk. 18:1-8                             Time

      9:00 a.m.      John H. Reis 8th anniversary

                            Coffee & Donuts

    11:30 a.m.      Mary Ann Mageean (Renkel Baptism)

     7:00 p.m.  Bingo

MONDAY, October 22,

Rom. 4:20-25; Lk. 12:13-21

  7:50 a.m.  Morning Chapel

   12:00 noon Rita Palgeman

      5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer & Rosary

TUESDAY, October 23, John of Capistrano, priest

Rom 5:12, 15b, 17-19, 20b-21; Lk. 12:35-38

   12:00 noon     Stephanie Clark

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

WEDNESDAY, October 24, Anthony Mary Claret, bishop

Rom. 6:12-18; Lk. 12:39-48

     9:45 a.m.   Laurere Kennedy (All School Mass)

      5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

     6:00 p.m.   Bible Study (Specht Center)

     7:00 p.m.   RCIA (Atrium/Burkley Center)

     7:00 p.m.  Choir rehearsal

THURSDAY, October 25,

Rom. 6:19-23; Lk. 12:49-53

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

     6:00 p.m.   Adoration at Corpus Christi

     6:30 p.m.  Mass at Corpus Christi

FRIDAY, October 26,

Rom 7:18-25a; Lk. 12:54-59

      12:00 noon. Ruppersburg/Felder Families

     5:00 p.m.  Rosary/Evening Prayer Specht Center

SATURDAY, October 27,

     3:00 – 3:30 Confessions

     4:00 p.m.  Joann Wurdock

SUNDAY, October 28, Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sir. 35:12-14, 16-18; 2 Tm. 4: 6-8, 16-18; Lk. 18:9-14

      9:00 a.m.      Roberta Cataline

                            Coffee & Donuts

    11:30 a.m.      Parishioners of St. Mary’s

     7:00 p.m.  Bingo

October is the month of the rosary as well as Respect Life month.

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: Evelyn Spiert, Catherine Allen, Donna Whitcare

At Home: Charlie Campbell, Josephine Calabro, Frank Carrick, Fred Courtney, Anna Czernik, Sondra Fisher-Goodwin, Judy Hall, Jim Hobblit, 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.

ECO (Electronic 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; October 22, 29; Bi-weekly: October 29; Monthly October 1 or 15.

More Temporary Schedule Changes:

- There is no noon mass on Tuesday October 23rd due to a clergy conference with Bishop Campbell at the Josephinum.

- November 1 will see three masses: at 8:15, noon, and 7:00.

- There will be no noon mass on November 14th, but there will be a 9:45 school mass that day.

- There will be no confessions on Monday, November 12th.

We are sorry for any inconvenience.

Anointing Of The Sick: The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick will be administered after all the masses on November 3 and 4.

All Saints and All Souls Masses: Mass on All Saints Day will be celebrated at 8:15, 12:00 and 7:00. Mass on All Souls Day will be celebrated at 12:00. All are invited to write names of deceased loved ones in the book of prayer near the main door of the church. Father Thomas will carry the book to the altar when Mass begins those days.

Reminder: The Columbus Marathon is Sunday October 21st before and during our 9:00 a.m. Mass.  You might consider taking alternate routes (Livingston to Mohawk to access the Church parking lot.)



LITURGICAL/VOLUNTEER SCHEDULES for October 27-28  (4th Sunday Of The Month)

                  DATE          ALTAR SERVER                   LECTOR                       EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS                  

4:00 PM      Oct. 27       S.Regan                               L.Mitchell                      D. & L. Mitchell, F.Melton, D.Alexander

                                    M.Hayes, J.Durano                J.Rees                          C.Rees, 1 volunteer                            

9:00 AM      Oct. 28       M.Badurina,                          M.Keebaugh                  D. & M. Smigelski, R. & T. Thomas,

                                    A.Minner, T.Carter                 M.Keebaugh                  F. & M. Wickham, M.Gerlach, M.Kelly         

11:30 AM    Oct. 28        C.Hall, R. & J. Vogt               J.Vogt                           S.Jeffrey, K.Hanson, T.Lawler, K.Hall,

                                                                                K.Haytas                      M.Lovett, D.Martello                                   

Coffee & Donuts October 28th: D. & M. Smigelski                   .                  Pray for our men and women in uniform 


FROM FATHER THOMAS: Our current bingo volunteers need to be joined by some more folks if we are to continue the games.  Bingo netted about $50,000 for our parish last year.  If you can give about two hours a month on Sunday evening, please call our church office at 445-9668.  Without bingo last year, our budget would have been about $52,000 in the red.

The Fall Jordan Conference will be held Tuesday, October 23rd at 7:00 p.m. Please call the parish office to register.

Volunteer for Service Saturday October 27 from 9am until 3:00pm.  In conjunction with Ohio’s Make a Difference Day, volunteers will help work on house projects throughout central Ohio for the elderly and most vulnerable among us.  We will meet at St. Mary’s between 8:30 and 9:00 AM for training and assignments.  Lunch will be provided at your work site.  Can’t volunteer? Tax deductible gifts to St. Mary’s (indicate Service Saturday in the memo section): all money will go directly to helping needy families.  To Make a Difference contact Jason Shanks at 445-9668, ext. 119.  or sign up in the back of Church, under the Pope’s picture.

Bring your own cookie dough! A community baking party will be held in the school cafeteria at 10:00am on Sunday, October 28th. We will work together to bake 150 dozen chocolate chip cookies for the Kairos Prison Ministry. Everyone is welcome! Cookie sheets will be provided; please bring chocolate chip cookie dough balls from Sam’s Club or GFS, apron, pot holders and a spatula. Can’t join us? Donations of cookie dough are most welcome. Call Cecelia Reis at 784-0405.

“Let there be Light:  Visions of a New Heaven and a New Earth” will be presented at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 386 Buttles Ave., Columbus, on Sunday, October 28 at 3 p.m. Under the direction of Phil Adams, director of music ministry, and accompanied by Andrew Willis, parish organist, the St. Francis of Assisi Choir will perform selections by Phil Adams, William Byrd, Stephen Hatfield, Felix Mendelssohn and Thomas Luis de Victoria, as well as selected choruses from Handel’s Messiah. The concert is free and open to the public.  A reception will follow. 

St. Mary Groveport 57th annual Smorgasbord will be Sunday, October 21st from 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the parish 5684 Groveport Rd. Adults $7.00 children $4.00. Also featuring raffles, and a craft tent.

Windshield Rule: It is against diocesan policy to place any political materials on cars on our property.

St. Ladislas Church on the southside of Columbus will celebrate their 100th anniversary in 2008.  We are in the process of collecting names and notifying past students, parishioners, teachers and religious affiliates to include in our parish directory to be distributed next year at the festivities.

    If you were a member of St. Ladislas Church and/or student of the school, please call Tony 471-5046, Marian at 491-0716 or Katie at 497-9646.

    If you prefer you can email us at stladsalumni100@sbcglobal.net  Please include your name, address, phone number, email address and permission to publish this information.  If you attended school please include years you attended and graduated.  If you do not want your information published please contact us so we can inform you of upcoming centennial celebration events.  Thank You.

Young-at-Heart will make their Fall trip to St. Francis Center, McArthur, Ohio on Monday, October 22nd. Needed items: toilet tissue and soap products, winter clothing: sweaters, jackets, jeans, etc., please do not bring summer clothing. Items may be left in the container at the main entrance of church.

Pumpkin Pickin’: All youth in grades 7th-12th should make reservations for our trip to Circle S Farms on Sunday, October 28th. We will leave at 4:30 to enjoy a hayride and pick a pumpkin. We will return to St. Mary’s for pizza and dessert. The cost is $5.00.  Permission slips from the back of church must be turned in by October 21.

Please remember to honor your bingo commitment!

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

 

OFFERTORY: 10/13-14                          Envelopes  $4,602.50

                                                              Loose change  $692.50

                                                                        ECO   $1,355.00

                                                               TOTAL      $ 6,649.00

St. Vincent de Paul collection 9/29-30 $703.00

Bingo deposit Oct. 7:   3011.00

Bingo deposit Oct. 14: 2088.00

 

Thank you to those who worked Bingo October 14th: Dick Hilsheimer, Kelly Mullins-Thornton, Theresa Ellen, Rita & Don Alexander, Jim 7 Kathy Morbitzer, Dave Keen, Chris David, Patty Eakin, Leo Thurn. Kitchen: Theresa Ellen, Kelly Mullins Thornton, Susan Brouillette, Chris Davis, Donna Relli.

Respect Life!!! In Luke 1:44 God uses the Greek word “brephos” to describe how the as-yet unborn John the Baptist “leaped in the womb for joy” while in the presence of the unborn Christ. In the very next chapter the same word “brephos” is used to describe the already born baby Jesus (Luke 2:12). God sees them as babies, whether born or unborn, with all the God-given human dignity and the same right to life afforded to adults.

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