THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

SATURDAY, November 10, St. Leo the Great, pope

     3:00 – 3:30 Confessions

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

                     Baptism of Chrisopher Ogle

SUNDAY, November 11, Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

2 Mc 7, 1-2, 9-14; 2 Thes 2: 16-3:5; Lk 20:27-38 or 20, 27, 34-38

      9:00 a.m.      Erving S. Heider

                            Coffee & Donuts

    11:30 a.m.      Nicholas Alberding

    3:00 p.m.        Polish Mass

     7:00 p.m.  Bingo

MONDAY, November 12, Josaphat, bp, martyr

Wis 1:1-7/Lk 17:1-6

  7:50 a.m.  Morning Chapel

   12:00 noon Deaceased of the Henterly & Plageman Families

      5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer & Rosary

TUESDAY, November 13, Frances Xavier Cabrini, virgin

Wis 2:23-3:9/Lk 17:7-10

   9:45 a.m.        Millie Veit (All School Mass)

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

WEDNESDAY, November 14,

Wis 6:1-11/Lk 17:11-19

  12:00 noon   Helen Kurguz

      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, November 15, Albert the Great, bp, doctor

Wis 7:22b-8:1/Lk 17:20-25

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

FRIDAY, November 16, Margaret of Scotland/Gertrude,

Wis. 13:1-9/Lk 17:26-37

      12:00 noon. John & Hilda Kulzer

     5:00 p.m.  Evening Prayer & Rosary

   9:00p.m-11:00pm  Open Gym for Adults (GYM)

SATURDAY, November 17, Elizabeth of Hungary,

     1:00 p.m.    Taylor/Thomas Wedding

     3:00 – 3:30 Confessions

     4:00 p.m.    Sybil H. Moeller

SUNDAY, November 18, Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mal 3:19-20a/2Thes 3:7-12/Lk 21:5-19

      9:00 a.m.      Bill Hirn

                            Coffee & Donuts

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

        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: Evelyn Spiert, Catherine Allen, Donna Whitcare

At Home: Charlie Campbell, Josephine Calabro, Frank Carrick, Fred Courtney, Anna Czernik, Sondra Fisher-Goodwin, Judy Hall, Henrietta Koch, Mary Ann Koch, Tim McManus, Al Moeller, Mary Ann Prager, Frank Pulsinelli, Rita Redwood, Larry Schwartz, Tyler Zust.

 

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, November 5, 12, 19, 26; Bi-weekly: November 12, 26; Monthly November 15.

More Temporary Schedule Changes:

- 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.

INFANTS AND TODDLERS:  We understand that you may sometimes need to bring bottles of milk or formula with you to Mass.  That’s fine, but please remind your parents and older brothers and sisters to avoid bringing food or drink into the body of the church or the choir loft.  Thanks.

CONGRATULATIONS to Mike Wolf who has received one of the awards in The Columbus Landmarks Foundation 2007 Annual Design and Preservation Awards Program.  He received the award in the category for Most Outstanding Person in Preservation.  Mike has single handedly preserved the windows and interior of St. Leo's Church through his labor, dedication and donation of personal finances.  The Columbus Landmarks Foundation found Mike to be a very worthy recipient of this award and are very grateful to Mike for his work.



LITURGICAL/VOLUNTEER SCHEDULES for November 17-18  (3rd Sunday Of The Month)

                  DATE          ALTAR SERVER                   LECTOR                       EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS                  

4:00 PM      Nov. 17       J. Lamotte                             J. Lamotte                     D. Smeltzer, S. Holleran, J & J Sauer,

                                    C.Peruzzi                             T. Nierman                           M. Campbell, E. Holleran                    

9:00 AM      Nov. 18       M. Duvall                              R. Driscoll                     F. Melton, A. Metoyer, M.A. Metnes, C. Reis,

                                    R&J. Vogt                            M.K. Oris               S. Naegale, C. Redwood, B. Hilsheimer, M. Vogt 

11:30 AM    Nov. 18       A. Bartholomew                    P. Mortimer                   A. VanHorn, S. Brown, D. VanHorn, L. Duren,

                                    V. Relli, N. Mattox                 M. Kelly                        S. Thompson, P. Mortimer                           

Coffee & Donuts November 18th: Knights of Columbus                           Pray for our men and women in uniform 


Pray Constantly…but when?

There’s no question that daily life can get hectic.  The more quiet time you have with God, the better, but quality is more important than quantity.  Try these tips:

Write it on the calendar.  Have a reminder come up on your PDA or computer, or write it on your appointment calendar, “Appointment with God.”

Find a prayer partner.  Is there someone at work or in your neighborhood with whom you can spend time each day in prayer?  How about your spouse?  Having to answer to a partner will make it more likely that you will take the time. 

Pray the wait.  Stuck in traffic or waiting for an elevator is just the right amount of time for a “Glory Be,” or the Jesus prayer (“Jesus, son of God, have mercy on me a sinner.”)

Pocket your prayer.  String ten beads, ten paper clips or ten of anything that will fit into your pocket.  Pull it out when you have a moment and say ten quick prayers.  The weight in your pocket will be a good reminder, too.

CHRISTMAS TREE SALE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED (YEP, It is that time of year already!)

 

Help is needed on Saturday, November 23rd to unload the Christmas Trees starting at 9am. More than just muscles are needed.  We need people to help with serving drinks, donuts, setup coffee, make sure volunteers are signed in, etc.  If you are available to help please call Tracie Johnson at 746-1459

We are in need of volunteers to sell trees the Saturday and Sunday time slots starting the weekend after thanksgiving—2 hour slots.  Saturday shifts range from 10:00am through 10:00pm, the Sunday shifts are from 10:00am through 6:00pm.  You pick which two hours works best for you and we will put you down in that time slot.  If a group would like to work together please let us know.  Snacks and beverages will be provided. Please fill out the volunteer tear out and put in the collection basket.

 

Name: ____________________________________

Phone Number: ____________________________

Email: ____________________________________

Preferred Time Slot: ________________________

Preferred Dates: ___________________________

 

Annual Christmas Tree Sale at St. Mary Columbus, 700 S. 3rd St., featuring fresh top quality Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, Scotch Pine, White Pine and Blue Spruce trees, wreathes and roping.   November 24 through December 23. M-F 2:30-9:30pm, Sat. Noon-9pm, Sun. Noon-6pm.  Visa and MasterCard accepted with proper ID.

Marriage Encounter:  The marriage encounter weekend teaches a method of intimate communication that will help you connect with each other more easily and stay connected.  Consider coming to an upcoming Marriage Encounter weekend on either February 22-24 or April 19-20, 2008.  To request an information packet or to register for a weekend, please call Paul & Marilou Clouse at (740) 746-9003 or visit our website at www.wwmeColumbus.org.

The 4-S Club Ladies Aux. Dinner is Sunday, Nov. 11, 2007 from 12 Noon to 3:00pm.  Turkey Dinner with all trimmings-pumpkin pie for dessert.  Cost is $7.00 per person.  Carry out is available.  Located at 281 E. Whittier St.  Please support these Catholic societies. 

Life at the poverty line leaves nearly 40 million Americans hanging on for dear life –hanging on to feed their families and to keep roofs over their heads. The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) supports self-help projects of people working together to break the cycle of poverty.  You can make a difference. Be part of the numbers that care—give generously to CCHD in next week’s collection.  To learn more, visit www.povertyusa.org or contact the diocesan Office for Social Concerns at 614-241-2540.

Get Your Tickets Now!  For the 3rd Annual Saint Mary Gala & Auction and save $10 per ticket if purchased before Nov. 15th!  All proceeds benefit St. Mary Catholic School.  The event takes place on January 26th at The Columbus Athenaeum.  Enjoy an evening of fine dining, live music, dancing and participating in the Silent Auction with our Master of Ceremonies, Andrea Cambern, WBNS TV 10 news anchor.  For more information on how to purchase tickets, be a sponsor, or to donate auction items go to our website www.stmarygv.com and click on "Gala Information" or call 444-8994. 

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

 

OFFERTORY: 10/27-28                                            $5,049.00

OFFERTORY: 11/1                                                       $635.00

OFFERTORY: 11/3-4                                                $6,076.00

 

Bingo deposit 11/4:   2,682.00

 

Thank you to those who worked Bingo November 4th: Dick Hilsheimer, Cammy Pond, Paul Kaple, Katherine Mitchell, Sharon Perry, Jim Moore and of course Leo Thurn  Kitchen: Denise Sauter, John Kenneh, Joan Wissinger, Sheila Naegele

Please remember to honor your bingo commitment!

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