SATURDAY, March 26
Helen Jane Maloney - Father Lutz
Father Droll at
SUNDAY, March 27
Frances Bobo - Father Lutz
James T. Schlund
- Father Lutz Father Droll at
Hilda Kulzer Father Sylvester
Father Lutz at Saint Ladislas at
WEDNESDAY, March 30
Rep. Bob Hackett, family & staff Latin Mass Fr. Lutz
Father Lutz at
Richard K. Burkard - Father Lutz
Father Lutz Corpus Christi at
FRIDAY, April 1 FIRST FRIDAY
Father Lutz at Saint Ladislas at
SATURDAY, April 2 FIRST SATURDAY
Rep. Denice Driehaus, family & staff Latin Mass - tbd
James Theado tbd
Saint Ladislas at and
SUNDAY, April 3
Jolene Quickert Kienle tbd
Anna Damiano tbd
Note: Confession is heard ½ hour prior to each weekend Mass
No Coffee and doughnuts on Easter Sunday
RCIA will gather this week at their regular day and time (Wednesday at ) to discuss their Easter Vigil experiences and the opportunity for Stewardship.
BAPTISMS IN APRIL
April 3, Mangen family, son, Will
April 3, Foster family, daughter, Dorothy
April 10, Diersing family, son, Jace
April 17, McCale family, son, Lucas
April 23, Pilger/Brown family, daughter, Hannah
April 23, Eilerman family, son, Cullen
April 24, Wolfe family, daughter, Ella
WEDDING: APRIL 2nd: Ajay Phadke and Katelyn Lee
MEETING SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF MARCH 28th
Monday: Castus Society
Wednesday: Choir practice
RCIA 2nd floor Burkley
Sunday: Scout leaders
AN UNBORN CHILDS LIFE WEEK BY WE
Week 24 Im starting to put on weight faster - Ive gained about half a pound in the last few weeks! Thats doubled my weight!
TIME ALTAR SERVER LECTOR EXTRAORDINARY MINISTER SACRISTAN
Dominic, Gabriel Mike McConahay Rose Albert, Miles Drake
and Aaron Lopresti Ann Graf open, open open
Stuart Landry, open Mark/Jillian Lehosit Jack Auer, Mike Gerlach, Mary Gerlach
John Kirkwood Brian Collins Don Metnes, Kathleen Haytas, open open
open, open Kim Anderson open, Linann Duren
Sean Price Vince Relli Jaci Elston, David Bortz David Larsen
ό 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
Notes from the Pastor
Peace of the Risen Savior to you!
This bulletin is written in advance so I will comment in complete confidence "Weren't the services for Holy Week beautiful!"
Congratulations to our newest members at all three churches. May the graces of these days guard you all unto everlasting life.
Keep in your prayers the three deacons of the diocese who are soon to be ordained priests, including Deacon Tim Lynch of our parish.
A reminder: There will be no Masses Tuesday, on March 29th and on Friday, April 1 at at St. Mary's. (This is not an April Fools Day joke.)
The Lord be with you!
Father Kevin Lutz
From the Cat at
Easter Eggs!! What a fraud! Eggs are supposed to turn into chickens and chickens are to turn into dinner. I've cracked open a few Easter Eggs in my day only to find them filled with chocolate--Who's behind this?
Now aside from the eggs---What about the Easter Bunny!? First of all, does anyone think rabbits actually lay these things? They are merely the UPS of the animal world and they deliver them. Rabbits are funny creatures. They look like a prototype of a cat, but with some obvious flaws. What is the purpose of ears that won't stand up? And what of the cotton puff for a tail? A cat has a true tail that waves as a wand bravely and firmly as it walks.
Oh well, Happy Easter.
I must consider studying the chicken and egg thing more closely. I may have been deceived.
Rafael, the chicken/egg investigator
News Worthy Notes
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 thats about celebrating Mommy, empowering women,
encouraging fitness, and drawing a community together to recognize one of the
greatest gifts on earth: Motherhood.
HELP YOUR MARRIAGE BE
ANYTHING BUT ORDINARY
On a Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekend, youll learn to make your relationship central, and extraordinary. The next two weekends are April 22-24 and August 5-7, both in central
CATHOLIC MEN'S LUNCHEON CLUB EVENT
The next Catholic Mens Luncheon
Club features a talk by Fred Shafer from St. Brendan the Navigator parish,
Mercy: Becoming a Man Fully Alive. Freds story will highlight his return to
the Church from a successful rock music career that had led him away from God,
away from the Church, and ended up costing him nearly everything. This months
luncheon is sponsored by James Valent, FICF, General Agent with the Knights of
Columbus. As always the luncheon is at St. Patrick Church in downtown
For information on Catholic Mens Luncheons, contact Tim Merkle, CMLC President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YEAR OF MERCY PILGRIMAGES
Join Fr. Joshua Wagner, Pastor of St Dominic and
Holy Rosary St John as he takes you on a special "Year of Mercy"
Pilgrimage this Easter Season! There are two Pilgrimages to choose from- The Seven
Churches of the Amish Country (complete with hot cooked
meal) and the other we will be going to see the Cathedrals of the Ohio River,
Join Fr. Wagner as he gives you the pilgrimage of your life... in your own back yard! Tours run through April and tickets are going fast! Go to www.sevenchurchtour.com for dates, departures, and tickets!
We have a parishioner, Suzanne Martello, who purchased tickets for the tour but due to a conflict will not be able to attend. You may reach her at 614-657-4390 or call the parish office. Tickets may be very hard to come by for this popular tour and it usually sells out early.
.is proud to announce the 4th
annual Service Awards. Two winners will
be chosen to receive $500 for their service efforts. The awards are available
to all students, grades 8-12, living in the Diocese of Columbus, including
those attending public, private and Catholic school as well as home schooled
students. Recipients will be chosen
based on their parish involvement, service and a 300-word essay on the
importance of service and giving back to the community. The deadline for applications is
Your Knights of Columbus Council 5429 is serving an all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast in St. Mary gym on April 17th following the 9:00 a.m. Mass. Cost is $6 for adults, $4 for children, $20 for families of 4 or more. Come and enjoy a great breakfast.
FROM THE CHAIR WITH BISHOP CAMPBELL on AM 820 Tuesday, April 5th. Seminarian Roundtable with Bishop Campbell from to on Tuesday, April 5th on St. Gabriel Catholic Radio AM 820.
O great and glorious God and my Lord Jesus, send your Spirit into our midst that he may enlighten our minds and inflame our hearts, that he may give us a right faith, a certain hope, and a perfect charity. In this way, we pray that we may be able to understand the Word of God given to us in the Scriptures by the Holy Spirit, and that as he dwells in our hearts, he may bring us closer to you and to all our brothers and sisters in the world today. Amen.