SATURDAY, March 12

       4:00 p.m.    George Jacobs  - Father Lutz

Father Droll at Saint Ladislas at 4:00 p.m; at Corpus Christi at 5:30 p.m.


SUNDAY, March 13

     9:00 a.m.    Living & Deceased of the Frank Wirth family - Father Lutz

      11:30 a.m.   Mary Michael  -- Father Lutz

Father Droll at Corpus Christi at 9:00 a.m.; Saint Ladislas at 11:00 a.m.


MONDAY, March 14 – No Mass


TUESDAY, March 15

       8:15 a.m.    Father Raymond LaVelle       - Latin Mass – Father Droll

       5:30 p.m.    for an increase in Good & Holy Vocations

                         to the Priesthood - Father Sylvester

Father Lutz at Saint Ladislas -6:30 p.m.



      5:30 p.m.     Suzette Phillips  – Father Lutz

Father Droll at Corpus Christi at 8:30 a.m.  


THURSDAY, March 17

      5:30 p.m.    Wm. A. Deely families - Father Droll

Father Lutz at Corpus Christi at 8:30 a.m.


FRIDAY, March 18

       8:15 a.m.    Helen Lambert     - Father Lutz

Father Droll at Saint Ladislas at 8:30 a.m.


SATURDAY, March 19

       4:00 p.m.    Living & deceased of the

                         Hilsheimer/Grosh families - Father Lutz

Father Droll at Saint Ladislas at 4:00 p.m; at Corpus Christi at 5:30 p.m.


SUNDAY, March 20

     9:00 a.m.    Jim Antoniak     - Father Lutz

      11:30 a.m.   For the People - Father Lutz

        3:00 p.m.   Polish Mass                                                                                                 Father Droll at Corpus Christi at 9:00 a.m.; Saint Ladislas at 11:00 a.m.



Note: Confession is heard ½ hour prior to each weekend Mass

 Coffee and doughnuts follow the 9:00 a.m. Mass – school gym






“SERMON ON THE AMOUNT” – March 5-6, 2016

Envelopes: $4163.00

Non- envelope donation: $2578.00

ECO donations: $370.00 (weekly)

Total offering: $7111.00


Refresh them Lord, with your healing grace.

Please remember in your prayers:

Hospital, Nursing/Assisted Living facility:    

Dick Zollner, Toni Neal, Willbert Neal, Ruth Neal


At home: Charles Walker, Dora Malyk, Sharon Kirby, Joanne Elgin,  Mary Sailor, Heidi Wooley, Pat Dineen, Donna Whitaker, Ed Season,

Jon Erickson, Jack Auer, Bobby Rietenback, Barbara Sullivan,

Deacon Jerry Butts, Patricia Sauer, Dan Hogan, Casey Wentzel, Gail Hirn

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


RCIA: The topic this week is The Lord’s Prayer. Please continue to pray for all the Elect, their sponsors and teachers during this season of Lent.


March 12, Bialkowski family, son, Sam

March 13, Russell family, daughter, Catherine



Monday:       Castus Society – 7:00 p.m. – Atrium

                        Knights of Columbus - 7:00 p.m. – 2nd floor  Burkley

Tuesday:       Choir practice – 6:30 p.m. (throughout Lent)

Wednesday: Choir practice – 6:30 p.m.

                        Scouts - 6:30 p.m. – Specht Center



Week 22 – My lungs are getting stronger and more developed. My arms and legs are getting bigger and stronger, too, and sometimes my Mom can feel them when I move.


SSCM FOOD PANTRY-MARCH ITEM… Baked Beans. Please drop off throughout the month of February in the designated bin in the Vestibule. Many thanks!


STATIONS OF THE CROSS…will be held every Friday throughout Lent. On Friday, March 18th Stations are scheduled for the following times and location:  Corpus Christi – Noon; St. Ladislas – 6:30 p.m.; Saint Mary – 7:00 p.m. In addition, our students will recite the Stations of the Cross every Friday at 2:00 p.m. All are welcome.


BISHOP HARTLEY HIGH SCHOOL…invites everyone to join them for the 25th annual Evening of Excellence Dinner and auction, Saturday, March 19 from 5:30-10:00. Proceeds from the Evening of Excellence provide a significant portion of the funding for our scholarship and tuition assistance programs. Tickets are $85/person or $800/table of ten, and reservations can be made on the school web site: Click on the Evening of Excellence tab for detailed information.




LITURGICAL/VOLUNTEER SCHEDULES for March 19-20, 2016 (3rd 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                                              John Lamotte                                      Chris Hilles, open,  

                                Abigail Gischel                                             Joel Wichtman                                           open, open                               Mary Wickham

9:00 A.M.         Lulu Collins                                            Rick Driscoll       Bertha Hilsheimer, Carolyn Redwood, Mary Wickham

                           Andrew Grosko, open                             Jon Erickson           Frances Melton, Sheila Naegele, Trevor Richards                   open

11:30 A.M.         Anna Lynch                                          Chris Bartony                                  Carolyn Zeisler, open

                                  open, open                                          James Wiley                                      Kim Anderson, Kayla Walton                               open

v                   Prayers after Mass: following each Mass please kneel and prayer the following prayers: The Our Father, The Hail Mary,            The Glory Be and the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel (see the back of your Missal for a copy of this prayer)                      

COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS: March 20 – Knights of Columbus                                Pray for our men and women in uniform


Collection counters for the 3rd Sunday of the month: Frances Melton and Lin Duren


Notes from the Pastor


In your charity, please remember in prayer the soul of Ida Santaquilani, mother-in-law of Graziella Marchicelli of the Jubilee Museum.  Her funeral was in Crown Point, Indiana. May she rest in peace.  


This Sunday is the First Sunday of the Passion and the liturgy goes even further than just the abandoning of flowers and alleluias as has been done since Ash Wednesday.  You will notice that the statues are all covered in violet.  Part of the origin of this custom is that the original Gospel of this Sunday has the verse "Jesus hid Himself because His hour had not yet come."  As Christ is hidden symbolically at this time so are the saints hidden from our view.


This week is the Feast of St. Patrick.  Sadly, it always falls in Lent, so the vestments are violet. There will be no wearin' o' the green.


Thank you for being present at the "24 Hours of Prayer with the Lord" requested by Pope Francis.  This bodes well for the hopes of Eucharistic adoration being established here.  


Sheila Lutz of our staff, and my dear sister, was released from the hospital on Wednesday.  She would be most grateful for your prayers for her continued recovery.


The Lord be with you!

Father Kevin Lutz


From the Cat at 684 South Third Street:


As you all know, March 17th is the Feast of St. CATrick.  He drove the mice out of Ireland which made it much easier for St. Patrick, his companion, to drive out the snakes, since the snakes had nothing to eat. St. CATrick also gave Ireland its nickname: "The Emerald Isle" after his old girlfriend, Emerald McGilacatty.  The Leprechauns were always very devoted to St. CATrick and always led him to the Pot o' Gold Kibbles and Bits.  This legend was later corrupted by the greedy.  St. CATrick is invoked against mice and people who read other things in the bulletin before reading this column.


Raphael O'Feline


The Irish Cat of German Village


PS.  See how devoted my fans are! One came to church with her "cat" and her special ears
















News Worthy Notes


Ajay H. Phadke and Katelyn A. Lee

April 2, 2016


It is often a good thing just to ask in the silent prayer of our hearts for what God wants for us, for how God will guide us through the blinding sandstorm of life, for God perhaps to suggest someone to help. No matter if there are no immediate answers. The important thing is to keep asking.

-from Sacred Silence




During this season of Lent, the Jubilee Museum presents The Passion of Christ: The Crucifixion in Art, an exhibition from the Sacred Art Pilgrim Collection.  The exhibition runs from February 12 to March 27, 2016 and includes 53 works of art representing the Crucifixion of Christ. In antiquity, crucifixion was considered the most shameful means of execution, reserved only for the worst criminals but by the 4th century, however, the cross symbol rose in prominence.  In this exhibition, viewers will likely be struck by the sight of over 50 crucifixion images in particular by a special bronze wall cross done by sculptor Gilbert Jerome Singleton as a gift to St. John Paul II.  Many of Singleton’s works are included in the collections of the Vatican.

For more information please visit the Jubilee Museum and Catholic Cultural Center’s website at  or call 614-600-0054. A suggested donation of $10 per person is greatly appreciated.


Good Friday Walking Stations of the Cross

Many facets of faith and justice will be the focus of the annual Walking Stations of the Cross.  The walk begins with opening prayer at St. Joseph Cathedral, 212 E. Broad St., Columbus, at 8 a.m., Friday, March 27, 2016.  Hundreds of participants from across the diocese will process to locations throughout downtown Columbus to recognize Jesus Christ’s suffering and crucifixion as well as to reflect on current areas of social concern.  Open to all ages.  For more information, contact the diocesan Office for Social Concerns at (614) 241-2540 or the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry at (614) 241-2565.  


THE MOMMY MILE…is an interactive untraditional 5K race/walk celebration honoring mothers. The day is filled with live music, high end gift bags, and more including “The Mommy Mile,” which is a one mile walk to highlight those women who are soon to be mothers, experienced mothers, grandmothers, and their families. Mommy Mile aims to develop a fun and light celebratory event in a mainstream culture that’s about celebrating “Mommy,” empowering women, encouraging fitness, and drawing a community together to recognize one of the greatest gifts on earth: Motherhood. St. Mary School will be gathering a team of participants. Please contact Dominic Petrozzi ( if you would like to register. All funds raised at this event will be given to the Ronald McDonald House. More information can be found in the attached flier.



The youth minister for Corpus Christi and Saint Ladislas , Karen Schlueb, wants to extend an invitation to the children of Saint Mary to become a part of this group. Her goal is to incorporate the youth group to cover all three Parishes. It is a great opportunity for our youth to serve others and to share new experiences, all while making new friends and memories that will last a lifetime. If interested please contact Karen at 614.843.2801 or email


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Your contribution honoring a loved one, living or deceased, will be used for the purchase of our Easter flowers.


Loved ones to be remembered – please print













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