At Home:, Frank Carrick, Judy Hall, Mary Ann Koch, Charles Walker, Ruth Neal, Dora Malyk, Rita McCreary, Fodah Kenneh, Reilly Gall, Ogbe Aideman
The topic of this week’s RCIA session is “The History of the Church” The presenter will be Father Kevin Lutz. If you are interested in being a sponsor for one of our candidates or catechumens there is an open invitation for you to attend an RCIA class. All are welcome.
CATHOLIC CAMPAIGN for HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
In an effort to allow our younger parents to enhance their worship experience, we are working on plans to provide a nursery during the Mass. If you are interested in assisting one week each month, please email Deacon Roger Minner at firstname.lastname@example.org. These hours will count toward service requirements for high school students.
1ST COMMUNION PREPARATION
Parental preparation meetings for children that will celebrate
their 1st Communion on
Thanksgiving Mass will be celebrated at
Extraordinary Ministers are reminded to cleanse the vessels after each Mass
TIME ALTAR SERVER LECTOR EXTRAORDINARY MINISTER SACRISTAN
open, open John Lamotte Chris Hilles, Pat Morris, Lois Morris,
open Tina Nierman Andrea Fannin, open, open Tina Nierman
Charlie Collins Rick Driscoll
Edie Collins, Abigail Gischel Mary Kay Oris Mike Chambers, Carolyn Redwood, Bertha Hilsheimer, open Frances Melton
Rebecca Vogt Jimmy
Jillian Vogt, open Kathleen Haytas Stuart Sinn, Kim Anderson, Open Frances Melton
Collection counters for the 3rd Sunday of the month: Frances Melton and Betty Contosta
THE FUTURE OF K-12 CATHOLIC EDUCATION….will be
the topic of an evening program sponsored by the Univ. of Notre Dame and its
local alumni association. “Who will save Catholic Schools?” is part
of the Hesburgh Lecture series. Father Ronald Nuzzi, a Notre Dame Professor, will lead the presentation
booklet of prayers, rituals, ideas and activities for the Advent and Christmas seasons, “Advent and Christmas Traditions: Keeping the Seasons Holy,” is a valuable tool in making your celebration of these liturgical seasons more meaningful for you and your family. It is available for $5 (includes postage) by contacting the office at 614/241-2560 or emailing FLOMailbox@colsdioc.org. A companion version for the seasons of Lent and Easter is also available.
THAT TIME OF YEAR - CHRISTMAS
With Thanksgiving comes the delivery of all the Christmas trees. Rich Finn will have the volunteer signup sheets at the back of the Church after each of the Masses this weekend and next weekend. Volunteers are needed to staff the lot and stand. All hours worked count towards school requirements. Support your parish school and plan to help for a few hours.
Men's Night Out: Wednesday, Nov. 23rd in St. Mary Gym from -. Food, beer, soft drinks and snacks all for $15. Card games, raffles, and a 50/50 will be held. All men in the community are invited and welcome. This event is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
IF YOU CAN READ, YOU CAN HELP OTHERS
Dominican Learning Center (DLC) or your local library is in need of volunteers
to tutor adult students, around your own schedule, one on one for one hour per
week in reading, writing, math or conversation. Volunteers need to be over age
18 and hold a high school diploma. A tutor training workshop will be held at
ADOPT A FAMILY UPDATE
Please check the insert in your bulletin
for volunteer opportunities that will support our Adopt –a-family campaign. The
complete timeline of activities will be listed on this insert. We will need
volunteers to assist with making the gift ornaments on Friday, November 18th at in the Atrium. We
will provide pizza and light refreshments for volunteers. Please contact
We need your used Christmas cards, please drop them off at the back of church in the box provided. We will use these to create the gift ornaments for the tree.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR:
Ø The annual St. Mary Gala to benefit our school will be held on Sat. Jan. 28. We would love your help! If you'd like to serve on a planning committee, please contact Julie Graham-Price at 444-5409
Ø The Christmas flower remembrance list will print in the bulletin next week.
Mount Carmel Mobile Coach provides free healthcare for the uninsured.
Their mobile unit is at St. Ladislas the 1st
and 3rd Friday of each month from to . The next visit will be November
18th. All uninsured are
welcome, so please tell anyone who may need their services to stop by