9:00 a.m.        Celebrant Intention

    Tridentine Latin Mass

         1:00 p.m.         LaMotte/Ende wedding

          3:00 p.m.       Confession

       4:00 p.m.        Edmund Schneider   


 SUNDAY, October 6

       9:00 a.m.         Jack Weilbacher       

                                      Coffee & doughnuts

    11:30 a.m.           Parishioners of Saint Mary


MONDAY, October 7 – Our Lady of the Rosary

                                       No Mass


TUESDAY, October 8  

       5:30 p.m.         Hilda Kulzer   

        7:00 p.m.           Scouts - Specht


WEDNESDAY, October 9

  Saint Denis & Companions – Saint John Leonardi

      5:30 p.m.          Deceased members of the Schneider/Gehring families

                                      Tridentine Latin Mass

       7:00 p.m.          RCIA – Atrium  


THURSDAY, October 10

      5:30 p.m.         Celebrant Intention

        6:15 p.m.           11:30 Choir practice


FRIDAY, October 11 – Blessed Pope John XXIII

       8:15 a.m.          Frances Grispino     


SATURDAY, October 12

         1:00 p.m.         Dillen/Richards wedding

          3:00 p.m.       Confession

       4:00 p.m.        Frank Carrick   

         6:00 p.m.         Wassmuth/Pollock wedding


 SUNDAY, October 13

       9:00 a.m.         The Frank Wirth family       

                                     Coffee & doughnuts

     11:30 a.m.          Parishioners of Saint Mary




Sermon on the Amount – Sept. 28-29, 2013

Envelopes: 90 @ $2,796.00

Non- envelope donation: $1,719.50

 ECO donations: 39 @ $3,212.00 (weekly, bi-weekly, 1st)

Total offering: $7,727.50

Amount needed to meet expenses: $7,398.00


Refresh them Lord, with your healing grace.

Please remember in your prayers:

Hospital, Nursing/Assisted Living facility:   Donna Whitacre, Wilma Rose, Bea Sauer, Marge Stec, Martha Goodwin, Dick Zollner Mary Ann Neymeyer, Ruth Naegele, Toni Neal

At Home: Charles Walker, Ruth Neal, Dora Malyk, Rita Malyk McCreary, Reilly Gall, Sharon Kirby, Francis Bobo, Joanne Elgin, Philip Conci, Betty Albert, Mary Sailor, Heidi Wooley,

Larry Badurina, Wes Kingery, Frank Swartz, Stuart Sinn


If you are admitted to a hospital St. Mary’s may not be notified. Please ask a family member to call the parish office. 


2013-2014 RCIA

This week’s session of RCIA will focus on “Revelation, Scripture and Tradition”. Mike Keebaugh will lead this discussion. If you know anyone that has been away from The Church, is interested in learning about the Catholic faith, has not been confirmed; or if you would like to be a sponsor, then the Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) is for you. All are welcome. For more information please contact RCIA Directors Mike or Maureen Keebaugh. Contact Mike @ 614-323-6715 or . Contact Maureen @ 614-323-7293 or



The quarterly Jordon Conference for parents who wish to have a child baptized will be held on Tues. Oct. 22, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the Atrium. Please contact the parish office at 445-9668 or email Ann at to confirm your attendance.



Your generous donations resulted in a total contribution to Saint Vincent de Paul of $1,678.00.



*     KEEP IN MIND-AFTER EVERY MASS: Immediately following the closing hymn please kneel and pray the following prayers: The Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be and the Prayer to Saint Michael, the Archangel. Prayer cards with this prayer are available at the rear of the Church.


LITURGICAL/VOLUNTEER SCHEDULES for October 12-13, 2013 (2nd Sunday of the Month)


Extraordinary Ministers are reminded to cleanse the vessels after each Mass


TIME                ALTAR SERVER                              LECTOR                                           EXTRAORDINARY MINISTER                     SACRISTAN


4:00 P.M.            open, open                                           Sherrie Hayes                                                Lori and Dave Mitchell

                               Michael Hatem                                  Joe Giannetti                                                     Carol Rees, open                                Amanda Walker

9:00 A.M.       Anthony Metnes                                    Don Metnes                                  Shirley Thibaut, Eileen Hoffman, open

                             Michael Gain, open                              Marge Smigelski                                                Chris Thibaut, open, open                   Ginny Holleran

11:30 A.M.          Vince Relli,                                           Mike Hicks                                          Pam Makowski, Jennifer Larsen

                         Sam Agra, Emily Relli                          Devin Russell                                                 Ann Stewart, Jonathan Engle                 Suzi Foster


COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS: October 13 – Elizabeth & Ogbe Aideman                        Pray for our men and women in uniform


Collection counters for the 2nd Sunday of the month: Frances Melton and Carolyn Fenneman

From the Pastor's Desk


I have come that they might have life to the full.  Our Lord is the life, the truth and the way.  October is dedicated to Our Lady and the Rosary as well as the pro-life cause.  These are great gifts of God to the Church.  


We need leaders; we need heroes.  Most people have their own set of inspirations, from Steve Jobs to Mother Teresa (God rest their souls).  You cannot find a better model of discipleship than the Blessed Virgin Mary.  From the beginning, Mary trusted the Angel Gabriel.  She carried the Redeemer of the world under her breast.  She raised Christ with Joseph at her side.  At the wedding feast at Cana, Mary said to the servants, "Do whatever He tells you!"  She stood at the foot of the cross, then held her dead son in her arms before He was laid in the tomb.  She was there with the apostles in the upper room on Pentecost.  All Mary ever did was directed to the glory of God.  Indeed, a role model without a fault.


The Church teaches the Gospel of Life.  Life is sacred from the moment of Conception until the last moment of life.  To be pro-life is to love and safeguard life at all those stages.  No area should be without protection.


A quick word about abortion.  If that has happened in your life, PEACE BE WITH YOU!  Come see me.  I have the mercy and you have the need and the pain to confess.  There is no sin that will cause God to withdraw His love from you!  Remember the words of Our Lord: "Go and show yourselves to the priests!" When you hear that the Church is talking about the pro-life issue in general, and abortion in particular, do not fear.  Scripture tells us that fear is useless.  Perfect love casts out fear.  Sometimes others have been involved as well.  Come and I guarantee you will find a level of peace that is overwhelming and enduring. My greatest joy as a priest is to offer Mass and bring Christ from Heaven to earth.  My second greatest joy is to reconcile frightened souls and let them know that Our God is the God of second chances . . .and more. His mercy endures forever.  


May the Precious Blood of Christ give you peace!


The Lord be with you!


Fr. Kevin F. Lutz


PS: The 4:00 p.m. Mass on Saturday will be celebrated by Father Sylvester because of Father Lutz’s previous commitment to preside at a wedding. We will welcome Father Stash Daily to our 9:00 a.m. Mass on Sunday. Father Lutz will celebrate the Latin Mass at Holy Family at 9:00 a.m.





Act of Charity for Life during Respect Life Month

Please help raise awareness and increase prayer efforts this Respect Life month by grabbing a baby bottle after Mass the weekend of October 5th-6th. Filling it with your loose change, cash or check will directly support the free, life-saving programs offered at the six area Pregnancy Decision Health Centers. The bottles will be collected the weekend of October 26th-27th. The Bottle Program is a great way to get the entire family involved. Thank you for your participation.


Pray that each member of your family may always know your love and the love of God.
Remember that often your voice and your arms express God's love




Proven effective for achieving or postponing pregnancy, NFP charting also helps monitor a woman’s health and detect fertility issues.  Additionally, couples who use NFP report it strengthens their marriage through shared responsibility, better communication, and increased respect and trust for their spouse.  Want to learn NFP?  Saint Mary will host a series of classes offered for engaged and married couples on Sunday afternoons from 2 – 4:30 p.m. Meetings will be held on October 13; November 10 and December 8.  Cost is $65 per couple; financial assistance is available upon need. To register for or for additional information about diocesan NFP classes, contact the Marriage & Family Life Office at (614)241-2560 or




MY HOUSE COLUMBUS: Sexual Integrity Program will be hosting the diocesan-wide “Awareness Sunday” on Oct. 26/27. “Awareness Sunday” is a consolidated effort between the Bishop, Diocesan Office of Social Concerns, Diocesan Office of Marriage and Family Life, Catholic Men’s Ministry, and Catholic Women’s Ministry. Did you know………Pornography is any image that leads a person to violate another person for their own self-satisfaction. It is devoid of love, intimacy, relationships, or responsibility. It can be highly addictive. (Dr. Peter Kleponis, pornography addiction recovery, 2011). My House Columbus is here to help. My House Columbus offers a deepened understanding of the beauty of our sexuality through Theology of the Body groups. To learn more about participating in a group, please call Doug Smith at 614-371-2595. Visit for more information.


JOSEPHINUM LECTURE ON THE SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL….The Pontifical College Josephinum’s annual lecture series continues Wednesday, October 16th , as Father Jared Wicks, SJ, Scholar in Residence at the Josephinum, presents Vatican II’s Turn in 1963: Toward Renewing Catholic Ecclesiology and Validating Catholic Ecumenical Engagement at 7:00 p.m. in the Jessing Center on the Josephinum campus. The event is free of charge and open to the public; reservations not required. For more information, please call the Academic Dean’s office at 614-985-2274.



The annual spaghetti dinner was again a huge success. We served over 800 meals that resulted in monies raised in excess of $5,000.00 which will be used for student services. We want to express our heartfelt thanks to all who came out to support Saint Mary School. A big thank you to all those who worked tirelessly to make this evening the success it was and our gratitude to those who donated food, deserts, and raffle items. Last but not least, a big thanks to our 8th graders for their outstanding service throughout the evening.

Congratulations to the winner and runner-up of the 8th grade spaghetti eating contest: Ben Smallwood and Andre Waderker.



David Miller & Carrie Block

October 25, 2013

Eric Evanoo & Emily Offenberger

October 26, 2013

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