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S t. A l b e r t t h e G r e a t
Catholic Parish
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 19, 2014
Prayer for
Martin Luther
King Jr. Day
Heavenly Father, you made all
people in the world. On this day,
help us to remember that everyone is precious to you.
Inspire us to reflect on this truth: That although we
are not all the same, we all have equal value in your
sight.
On this day, help us to always judge the actions of
others based only upon your standards of right and
wrong and never on the color of one's skin.
And on this day, let us not only remember past
wrongs committed, but look ahead with hope to a
blessed future. Amen.
St. Albert Fish Fry
THIS FRIDAY, JANUARY 24
7pm-Midnight, $15 pre-pay or $20 at the door
Carryout 5-6:30 $9 meal, $4 sandwich
St. Albert the Great Parish
3033 Far Hills Avenue
Kettering, OH 45429
937•293•1191
Fax: 937•293•1848
[email protected]
www.stalbertthegreat.net
This annual event reels in the majority of the funds
for our school and Religious Education student athletic
programs.
The Silent Auction is a vital part of the fundraising
effort. We would appreciate any donations which
could be auctioned for this cause. Volunteers are
invited to sign up on signupgenius.com. Visit our
website for a link. Table sponsors are also needed.
We want to thank you, in advance, for your generosity
and your support of St. Albert the Great Athletics!
Questions? Contact: Wray Van Voorhis,
430-8405 [email protected]
Therese Leibold, Silent Auction 545-9202
Bulletin
Parish events:
• Pro-Life Candle Sale
Jan 18-19
• Fish Fry Jan 24
• Catholic Schools
Week Jan 27-31
• Confirmation
Feb 10
• RSVP for Dance
Jan 31
• 75th Anniversary
Dinner Dance
Feb 14
In this issue:
Letter from our
Pastor
3
Becoming Catholic
5
Calendar
7
Readings of the
Week
8
Mass
Schedule:
Monday-Friday:
Noon Mass
Saturday:
8:30am, 4:30pm
Sunday:
8, 9:30 &11am
St. Albert the Great Parish
Celebrate with us!
February 14th, 2014
Presidential Banquet Center
Gourmet Dinner
Music for all ages
Beer & Wine
Dancing
Fun & Friends
Photo Booth
$30 per person
Reserve a table of 8 and save $40!
You are invited!
St. Albert the Great Parish
Friday, February 14, 2014
Presidential Banquet Center
$30 Per Person, Adults Only
6:30 pm Hors d’oeuvres
7:15 pm Dinner
If you did not receive
your invitation in
the mail, contact
298-1122 x289
RSVP by January 31st!
PG. 1
Parish news
A Nostalgic Look
Back at the 75
Years of the
Parish
REST IN PEACE
WIL McCLOSKEY
1970s School Memory:
“The children had a musical two years in a row.
I was privileged to be the accompanist both years when
Carol Guinn was the music teacher. My two children
were involved: a son playing a guitar and a daughter riding a
unicycle in a clown outfit!”
~Memory by Mary Lou Gridley
REBORN IN BAPTISM
If you have a memory to share, contact
the Involvement Office at 298-1122 x217
or [email protected]
HAZEL JEAN HONEY SIMPSON
Child of James Keyes & Lauren Simpson
Additional Christmas Altar Flower
Donations
IN MEMORY OF….
Mr & Mrs Louis Rosengarten, Sr
Mr. Louis Rosengarten, Jr
Mr & Mrs Raymond Schmidt ….From their family and
friends…
Donation Statements
We are in the process of entering your December donations
for the 2013 calendar year. We will then mail statements to
those who gave $250 or more to the parish in that year.
If you need your statement and can’t wait for the mailing,
please contact our parish office. We will gladly prepare it for
your pick up. Call 293-1191 during office hours, Mon thru Fri
- 9 am to 4:30 pm. Many thanks for your generosity to your
parish.
(please feel free to donate to this fund anytime during the
year. We will gladly publish your intentions.)..
Job Opportunity
St Albert the Great Parish is seeking a part time cook for
the rectory. They need evening meals prepared, Monday
through Thursday. This position would include planning
and shopping for supplies. If interested send you resume
to the St Albert the Great office. (email: [email protected]
the great.net) Include your phone and email. Position to be
filled by January.
New Wooden Replicas for our
75th Anniversary are here!
Access our Bulletin Online
Did you know that you can view our Sunday bulletin on
our website? Even on summer vacation, you can still access the latest bulletins and newsletters at
www.stalbertthegreat.net. Simply click the Bulletin icon on
the right side of the home page. Contact
[email protected] for more information.
PG. 2
Cost: $15
To purchase your replica, stop by the Rectory Office.
From the Pastor
Becoming
Catholic
This week’s gospel offers another take on Jesus’ Baptism;
“Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the
world.” Last week we heard from Matthew’s gospel where
the Blessed Trinity testifies to the calling and mission of
Christ. There are few events in the life of Jesus that are
represented in all four of the gospels. The Baptism of the Lord
is one of them.
This week’s session is on the Four Faces of Jesus. The four
Evangelists – Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John – present us four
very different portraits of Jesus. The Gospels are so very
important in our faith. We learn about God’s revelation
through His Son that was here with us on Earth in our space
and time, and about His teachings and His acts. Vatican II
re-established the schedule for the reading of the Four
Gospels in the liturgical year. The Silver Book of the Gospels
is presented on our Altar during our Sunday liturgies. Pope
Francis’ First Apostolic Exhortation EVANGELII
GAUDIUM [The Joy of the Gospel] centers on the
proclamation of the Gospel in today’s world.
You are encouraged to listen carefully during the Year A
(Matthew) readings and think how they show a different
“face” of Jesus than in Luke’s gospel from last year’s Year of
Faith. It is a path to evolving a ever deepening relationship
with our Savior and brother, Jesus Christ.
The RCIA is an ongoing process through the year.
For more information contact Julie Burt – RCIA Coordinator
298-1122 ext216 or [email protected]
Dear People of St. Albert the Great,
It seems the Christmas Season went by
quickly and then the great polar freeze and
other events happened and here we are in
mid-January. I never had a chance to thank
everyone for the reverent liturgies that so
many attended, so many volunteered their
time and so many spent endless hours
planning. I also want to thank Sue and Dan
Reichert for all the hours of work they spent restoring our
Nativity Scene statues over the summer. They are restored
to their former beauty. This was another wonderful example
of the spirit of living the faith and serving your parish I see at
St. Albert. Thanks to everyone for all that you do.
I hope you all received your invitation to the parish 75th
Anniversary Dinner Dance scheduled for February 14th at the
Presidential. We hope to have a large crowd to celebrate this
important mile mark in the life of our parish. If you did not
receive a invitation call the parish or involvement office and
they will gladly send you one. One of the bands that will play
at this event will be parishioner Joe Aceto and his 16 member
band. Joe, I understand, is known for the Big Band sound.
Our planners said we will also have a DJ present—so, many
years of music from the many decades St. Albert Parish has
been established will be enjoyed. Please plan to attend.
Update on the Health of your priests: Fr Ned has
recovered from his bout with a bad cold, and both Fr Gary
and Fr Goetz are on the mend. I have run into some
problems with my shoulder— and will need surgery soon, as
well as some other health related issues. I would appreciate
your prayers. Be assured, I pray daily for you.
Coffee, Donuts & Potluck News
Join us after the 8 and
9:30 Sunday Masses in
the Cafeteria
January 19 Hosted by Legion of Mary & RE Homeschool
February 2 Hosted by Knights of Columbus
Involvement Office Rebecca Roepken 298-1122 x289
Join Fr. Ned Brown’s Catholic
Pilgrimage Tour to Italy
A TRIP OF A LIFETIME !
Spaces still available but filling up fast!
Pick up a brochure in the Rectory Office 293-1191 or
[email protected]
to sign up for the email containing information about the
trip, the registration form, full itinerary and Life Group
that Fr. Ned will lead to prepare us for this wonderful
experience and celebration.
In 1994 the rock star, Rod Stewart, drew a world-record
crowd of 3.5 million to a concert on the Copacaban Beach in
Rio de Janeiro.
When Jesus entered the small town of Bethany, he was still
unknown and no one came to see him. John the Baptist had
to point him out to the crowd: “Behold, the Lamb of God,
who takes away the sin of the world.”
Jesus’ fame would spread, and 2,000 years later, mammoth
crowds of 4.5 million came to see Christ’s Vicar on Earth,
Pope John Paul at Youth Day in Manila. Last year Pope
Francis blessed an estimated 3.2 million World Youth Day
attendees who crowded the same beach in Rio where Rod
Stewart play his concert.
Peace….Fr.Tom
PG. 3
Virtus Class
School News
VIRTUS was created by the National Catholic Risk
Retention Group under the direction of Monsignor Kevin McCoy.
Monsignor McCoy asked the following question of prominent
experts in many disciplines. Can child sexual abuse be
prevented? The VIRTUS program was created from these
discussions.
Register online www.virtusonline.org
From the Principal:
It is hard to believe that we completed
the first semester of the school year this
past Friday! Second quarter report cards
were posted online/sent home on Friday.
To this point of the year the students have
been working hard and have made tremendous progress in their educational journey.
Questions? Contact Joan Bayer, VIRTUS coordinator
at the office 499-1310 or at home 293-0203
or the VIRTUS helpdesk at 1-888-847-8870
The Protecting Our Children classes are held the last Thursday
of each month at 6:00pm in the Spirit Center.
Next meeting... January 23
Our school Spelling Bee Champion, Lucy Schurman, will
represent Saint Albert the Great at the District Spelling Bee.
Congratulations, on a job well done! We are all proud of
your accomplishment.
Thank you for your continued support and please keep us
in your prayers.
Mike Kirry, Principal
New Procedure
Protecting our Children
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has instituted a new
procedure regarding fingerprinting and background checks
of volunteers and employees.
Judges Needed for the
St. Albert School Science Fair
As of January 1, 2014, SELECTION.COM, a long
established Cincinnati company, will be responsible for
manual background checks for all volunteers, teachers
and employees.
Feb. 20th, 8am-Noon, Parish Center
Contact Christine Evans to volunteer.
[email protected] 293-9452 ext 255
There will be NO fingerprinting at St Albert or any
church or school within the Archdiocese. THE LAST
DATE FOR FINGERPRINTING WAS DECEMBER 18th.. St
Albert will no longer offer this service. Only teachers,
employees and high school coaches have to be fingerprinted every five years.
St. Albert / Knights of Columbus
Scholarship Contest
The Knights of Columbus, Maria Joseph Council is holding
a scholarship contest to award two (2) $500 scholarships.
One for grades K-4 and one for grades 5-8.
Grades K—4 Draw a picture on 8.5 by 11 paper of what
‘Keep Christ in Christmas’ means to you.
Additionally, provide a summary of your service hours with
your entry.
Grades 5—8 Write a one page essay (minimum of 350
words) of what ‘Keep Christ in Christmas’ means to you.
Additionally, provide a summary of your service hours with
your entry.
All entries must be turned into the school office no later
than February 14, 2014. Awardees will be announced on
February 28, 2014.
CYO Baseball Registration
Now open to all boys and girls in grades 4-8
(School and Religious Ed)
That procedure will take place at the SELECTION.COM
home office in Middletown. With this new procedure,
volunteers must have a manual background check every
five years but they will no longer have to be fingerprinted.
Having a manual re-check every five years is a new procedure from the State of Ohio for volunteers and is also now
a requirement of the Archdiocese. This new procedure
will ask you to use your own computer will be
asked to supply vital information. You will be directed to go to a completely secure website.
www.selection.com
More information about this matter will be printed in
the bulletin and be available on our parish website,
www.stalbertthegreat.net. The parish will be notified
when your background check is complete. Fulfilling this
commitment and attending a VIRTUS workshop will
necessary for volunteers.
For volunteers who were fingerprinted during the years
2005-2009, please make arrangements to be re- fingerprinted before December 18, 2013. After that date you
must obtain a manual background check if you desire to
continue volunteering. For more information please go to
www.catholiccincinnati.org and click on “Protecting Our
Children.” Questions or concerns can be directed to Joan
Bayer at [email protected]
Indoor hitting sessions for all registrations returned
before February 1st. (Registration Deadline 1/31/14)
Forms available at school.stalbertthegreat.net and
School or Rectory Offices. Call Greg Engler at 299-1914
PeeWee Baseball is now open to all boys and girls in
grades K-3 (School and Religious Ed). Watch the bulletin
for registration form in February.
PG. 4
Religious Education News
SAYM Youth Ministry News
Religious Education Office: 298-2402 Fax: 293-8292
Office Hours: Monday - Friday - 9:30a.m.-3:30p.m.
Karen Fitzharris, Youth Coordinator
416-4385 [email protected]
SAYM Calendar
•
Religious Ed Calendar
Mark your Calendars March 7- 9th
Theology of the Body Weekend Retreat
For more information - email Karen Fitzharris
[email protected]
January
19
26
Class
Class
February
1 Rescheduled Confirmation Retreat - Bergamo
S.A.Y.M. Patriotic 4th of July
Summer Mission Trip Reminders
2
6
9
10
16
23
26
Mar 2, Sunday 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Cafeteria
SPAGHETTI DINNER—MISSION TRIP FUNDRAISER
All youth going on this trip need to volunteer to serve,
babysit or clean up to earn funds.
Class (No Class for 8th Grade)
Confirmation practice
Class (8th grade will have class too)
Confirmation Mass & reception, 7p.m.
No Class President’s Day
Class
First Communion Parent Meeting, 7p.m. chapel
March
2
3
9
16
23
30
Apr 26, Saturday
GARAGE SALE FUNDRAISER
Location to be announced. Start saving items to donate
June 7, Saturday
CAR WASH FUNDRAISER
Will sell Pre-Sale tickets after Masses.
Confidence, Courage,
Commitment
Class
First Communion Recognition Mass, 11a.m., 2nd grade
Class
Class
Class
No class-Spring Break
Attention 8th Grade RE Parents!
The Lay Vocation in the Secular World
Friday evening, Feb. 7th, 7 - 9 p.m.
& 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 8
Due to the rescheduling of the Bergamo Retreat for
Saturday, February 1st, there will be no RE class for the
8th graders on Sunday, February 2nd. However, there will
be class on Sunday, February 9th in preparation for
Confirmation. This is a change in the original schedule.
This amazing retreat will be held at the very beautiful,
newly-constructed St. Francis de Sales Church, Lebanon
Ohio.
Bishop Joseph Binzer will be giving a talk, hearing confessions, and celebrating Mass at this fabulous retreat.
SAVE THE DATE…
Vacation Bible School
JULY 21 - 25.
Church: (513) 932-2601 www.PresentationMinistries.com
Alter Knight Out Fish Fry
Friday, February 28
7pm-Midnight
Cafeteria, gym and heated tents!
Dine-in dinners will be served from 7-10pm
(Carryout available from 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.)
Moms’ Faith-Sharing Bible Study
9:30-11am on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month
Bring your young children and join us as we meditate on
upcoming Sunday Mass readings and discuss practical
applications. New mothers and children are welcome!
Come and enjoy all you can eat fish and trimmings,
traditional beverages, a silent auction, adult games, Texas
Hold ‘Em Tournament, friends and FUN! Must be 21
to attend. Tickets prices are $13 in advance and $15 at
the door. Located in the Alter High School cafeteria, gym
and heated tents.
Where: The childcare room, Church Basement
Questions? Contact Alison Nelson at 231-4730 or
[email protected]
PG. 5
Parish news
Keep that New Year’s Resolution
with Boot Camp Classes
Pray For Our Ill and Homebound
Bethany: Marilyn Brockman, Katy Wagner
M/W/F: 5:15-6am or 6-6:45am
T/Th: 5:30-6:15am
Parish Center
Brookdale Place: Dorothy Daly
Carlyle House: Ginny Panfile, Rita Dusak, Margaret Messer,
Rita Gustin
Boot Camp is a great way to start your day! Each class is
different and include cardio, balance, agility, plyometrics,
coordination, toning and core exercises. You and your
muscles will never be bored.
Heartland of Kettering: John Leen
Lamplight of Dayton: Delores Detmer
Lincoln Park: Martha Schad, Albert Turner
Questions and to Register Contact Kami Meador at
716-3333 or [email protected]
Maria Joseph: Rosemary Dillon
Mercy Siena Woods: Vernice Brown
2014 Golden Wedding Anniversary
Mass at Immaculate Conception
Oak Creek Terrace: Jean Neitzke
The Oaks of West Kettering: Jerry Dahm
St. Leonard: Ethel Braunlin, John Bigger, Mary Margaret Yahle,
Louise Newman, Sara Warda, Trudy Thomas, Dorothy Daly,
Alberta Gaeke, Frank Fecke, Almeda Lundy, Lester Bornhorst
Saturday, May 3 2:00 pm
Immaculate Conception
Bishop Joseph R. Binzer will be the principal celebrant
for this Mass for couples celebrating their 50th Wedding
Anniversary. Call the Rectory Office at 293-1191
to RSVP.
Stonespring Care Ctr: Helen Wilbanks
Sycamore Glen: Janet Ruef
Trinity Care Ctr: Gerry Fish
Walnut Creek: Sylvia Savino, Virginia Kinney
Wellington Home: Dorothy Van Leeuwen
Homebound: Joan Hall, Kim Riddle, Grace Nugent, Faye Detrick,
Harriet Keller, Andrew Borns, Roberta Semmett, Charlene Schweller
Anderson, Wally Mederios, Mike Herman, Kristi Marie Frazier,
Rosemary Huston
Please keep parishioners with ongoing illness in your prayers.
If you are facing scheduled surgery please contact the Rectory office
(293-1191) concerning being anointed before you go to the hospital. They
will gladly help you.
Please call the Rectory Office (293-1191) to notify us when a parishioner
is hospitalized. Due to HIPAA laws, hospitals can no longer notify us. Also
let us know if a loved-one is at a local Assisted Living or Nursing Home or if
they would like a visit or Holy Communion brought to them.
Is God calling you to something new?
The Athenaeum of Ohio Lay Pastoral Ministry Program
offers lay men and women the opportunity to grow in faith,
knowledge and skills through classes, mentoring, supervised
ministry experiences and community support. Evening and
Saturday classes fit into a busy adult lifestyle. Call
513-231-1200 for information about graduate and nondegreed options or to set up a personal interview.
Fish Dinner
St. Vincent dePaul Conference and the Knight of Columbus
500 are planning a Fish Dinner on Jan. 31, 2014. 6:00pm –
11:00. All proceeds will benefit Emmanuel St. Vincent dePaul.
For tickets and or information please call John & Holly at 937
-898-1183 or Gail & Mitch at 937-361-9576
PG. 6
CJ Hands in Harmony
Sign Language Choir
Preparing for Winter Concert, Grades 2-8
Students interested in learning a song in sign language
are invited to perform with Hands in Harmony at CJ’s
Winter Concert, Sunday, February 23. Rehearsals are
held once a week in February. More information is
available at cjeagles.org under Youth Programs.
NAIM News
Widowed? Why not start 2014 looking at NAIM, the
social Catholic organization with YOU in mind. Next
meeting is January 13th at 1pm at the Smith building on
the St. Helen campus, 5000 Burkhardt Rd. The NAIM
club will attend the 9AM Mass at St. Charles parish on
January 19, followed by breakfast at the MCL cafeteria
with conversation and/or cards. For more information
call: Bob Zimmer (439-2665) or (Sunny Hickey
433-1437)
St Francis of Assisi Women’s Retreat
February 21-23 - Bergamo Center
Theme: Yielding to the Grace of God, Ingatian
Spirituality
Retreat Director: Fr Ed Burns, Director of Campus Ministry at Wright State University. Information and registration available on their website:
http://stfranciswomensrtrt.wix.com/retreat. Or email
Bette Davis at [email protected] for details.
From your Finance Committee…
Parish Calendar
Thank you for supporting your parish
Today! Sunday, January 19
God bless you.
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$12.477.25
$20,171.58
5,205.00
13,245.00
4,500.00
4,500.00
11.00
2.50
22,193.25
37,919.08
857.95
1,267.41
23,051.20
39,186.49
8:00, 9:30 & 11 am
After all Masses
After 8 & 9:30
9:15 am
9:30 am
9:30 & 11 am
11 am
6:00 pm
Tithe
Tithe
1,247.72
2,017.15
520.50
1,324.50
450.00
450.00
1.10
.25
2,219.32
3,791.40
Mass
Pro-Life Candle Sale
Coffee & Donuts - Cafeteria
RE Class - K to 6
RCIA Sessions, Teachers’ Lounge
Babysitting during Mass - Church Bsmt
Rite of Reception - Church
RE Jr High Class
Monday, January 20
The above tithe, as well as today’s tithe, and as our Christmas tithe
will be divided among local and Catholic charities - including our
St. Vincent Group.
5:15 - 7 am
12 Noon
7 pm
7:30 - 9 pm
Boot Camp - Parish Center
Mass
Yoga - Church Basement
Legion of Mary - Spirit Center
St. Albert School Closed
Tuesday, January 21
5:15 - 7 am
12 Noon
6:30 - 7:30
7:30 - 9 pm
9:30 - 11 pm
CHRISTMAS DONATIONS TO DATE
Total to date: $102,545.88 ! ! THANKS!!
Our budget goal is $100,000.00
Boot Camp - Parish Center
Mass
Handbell Choir - Chapel
Contemporary Choir - Music Office
34+ Men’s Basketball - Parish Center
Wednesday, January 22
Many thanks for your continued generosity.
__________________________________________________
5:15 - 7 am
8:30 am
9:30 - Noon
9:30 - Noon
12 Noon
7 - 8:30 pm
7:30 pm
FROM YOUR FINANCE COMMITTEE
Weekly Budget Update
Total collection needed each Sunday $25,912.00
Amount received January 5
$23,051.20
Amount over or under weekly collection budget
Total collection rec’d to date (Jul thru Jan 5)
$701.057.65
Total budget needed ($25,912.00 per wk)
$725,482.00
Boot Camp - Parish Center
School Children’s Mass
Weds AM Bible Study - Spirit Ctr D
Knitters - Spirit Center C
Noon Mass
Weds PM Bible Study - Spirit Ctr D
Adult Choir Practice - Music Office
Thursday, January 23
5:15 - 7 am
12 Noon
7:30 - 9 pm
We are below budget by - $24,424.35
Boot Camp - Parish Center
Mass
Parish Council - Rectory Mtg Room
Friday, January 24
WE NEED YOUR HELP. As you can see by the above figures,
we are falling behind on our collections. Please consider increasing
your donation to your parish.
Would you consider adding a few more dollars to your donation
weekly or monthly? If you have to be out of town, could you send
the parish the donation you would have given? Any of those actions would be a great help.
Many parishioners have chosen to use automatic deduction for
their monthly or weekly gift. If you would like more
Information about this procedure, call the rectory office 293-1191,
Mon thru Fri—9 am to 4:30 pm
St. Helen Fish Fry
Saturday, January 25th from 6- 11:00 pm. Carryout will
also be available from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. Pre-sale tickets are
$12.00 and tickets at the door are $15.00. Pre sale tickets are
now available at: The Barber Pole (on Spinning Rd near Family
Video), The St. Helen Rectory, the School office or by contacting Jack Newton 937-532-3281. Must be 21 to attend.
PG. 7
5:15 - 7 am
12 Noon
7pm - Midnight
Boot Camp - Parish Center
Mass
Athletic Ass Fish Fry
St. Albert School Closed
Saturday, January 25
8:30 am
4:30 pm
Mass
Vigil Mass
Sunday, January 26
8:00, 9:30 & 11 am
After all Masses
9:15 am
9:30 am
9:30 & 11 am
6:00 pm
Mass
Pro-Life Candle Sale
RE Class - K to 6
RCIA Sessions - Teachers’ Lounge
Babysitting during Mass - Church Bsmt
RE Jr High Class
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
READERS Jan 25-26
Is 49:3, 5-6/1 Cor 1:1-3/Jn 1:29-34
4:30 pm
John Weckesser, Gerald Sharkey
Monday:
1 Sm 15:16-23/Mk 2:18-22
8 am
Karen Anderson, Mike Conway
Tuesday:
1 Sm 16:1-13/Mk 2:23-28
9:30 am
Tom Gnau, Amy Wittmann
11 am
Martyn Burt, Tim Sikora
Sunday
Wednesday: 1 Sm 17:32-33, 37, 40-51/Mk 3:1-6
Thursday:
1 Sm 18:6-9; 19:1-7/Mk 3:7-12
Friday:
1 Sm 24:3-21/Mk 3:13-19
Saturday:
Acts 22:3-16 or Acts 9:1-22/Mk 16:15-18
Next Sun:
Is 8:23--9:3/1 Cor 1:10-13, 17/Mt 4:12-23
MASS COORDINATORS Jan 25-26
or 4:12-17
4:30 pm
Ellen Wager
8 am
Kathleen Neufarth
9:30 am
Irmgard Behringer
11 am
Dave Mattie
WEEKDAY SERVERS Jan 20-24
MASS INTENTIONS
Monday
12 Noon Colleen Glavic, Sally Glavic
Tuesday
12 Noon Nate Pohl, Paul Wittmann
Sunday, January 19, Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am Intentions of Parishioners
9:30 am Mary Hughes (K Moore)
11:00 am Fred Engler, Jr (family)
Wednesday 8:30 am
Monday, January 20, Weekday
12:00 pm Mary Sissin (C Pernik)
Thursday
12 Noon Allie Remhof, Juliana Yoss
Friday
12 Noon Chase Howell, Mark Rimkus
12 Noon Chloe Woodie, Van Hopkins
Tuesday, January 21, St Agnes, Martyr
12:00 pm Eunice & James Tobe (friends)
WEEKEND SERVERS Jan 25-26
Wednesday, January 22, Weekday
8:30 am Mary Sweeney (friends)
12:00 pm Tony Witt (P & J Cerar)
Saturday
Thursday, January 23, St Vincent, Deacon & Martyr
12:00 pm Robert Finley (friends)
Sunday
Friday, January 24, St Francis de Sales, Bishop &
Doctor of the Church
12:00 pm Wilbur McCloskey (R & E Link)
8:30 am
Servers Needed
4:30 pm
Mary Kate, Bridget Vaughn
8:00 am
Sarah, Craig Rimkus
9:30 am
Jay Collins, Caroline Conrath
11:00 am Jack Gallenstein, Natalie Feucht
Saturday, January 25, Weekday
8:30 am Rev James Byrne (parish)
4:30 pm Intentions of Nancy & Jerry Nowak, 50th Wedd Annv
Sunday, January 26, Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am Intentions of Parishioners
9:30 am Evelyn Rodgers (friends)
11:00 am Shirley Clark (sister)
Tyler Brooks, Eleni Raucci
MUSICIANS Jan 25-26
4:30 pm
Judy Drake & Youth Choir
8:00 am
Judy Drake, Jack Denterlein
9:30 am
Jim Butler & Celebration Choir, Patty Ryan
11:00 am
Jim Butler & Contemporary Choir, Angie Kohnen
DISTRIBUTORS Jan 25-26
Incarnation Church March for Life
Prayer Rosary
Every January, thousands of pilgrims travel to Washington
DC for the March for Life to pray together for an end to
abortion. For those who are not able to attend, but who
desire to pray for the end of abortion, the Incarnation Respect Life committee is offering a Pro-Life Prayer Rosary on
Tuesday, January 21st at 7P at Incarnation church. Please
come and join us.
4:30 pm (11)
M&L Ford
M Gantt
H Honious
B Kesler
P Martinez
K O’Neil
C Schill
C Schill
R&D Zink
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8 am (11)
J Balsamo
K Ganz
D Hart
C Jones
J Kelly
M Lehman
K Neufarth
T Rohmiller
M&J Schoen
D Zink
9:30 am (11)
J Bayer
P&J Beckett
I Behringer
B Burns
F Elliott
B Gross
J Hall
B Lowden
P Petachi
J Schoen
11am (11)
B Alig
M Andrick
B Beel
D DePascale
P Jones
R Larimer
J Long
L Macy
J Osterday
D Schwager
K Stechschulte
Pastoral Management
Contact List
Rectory Office 293-1191
Fr. Tom Meyer, Pastor
[email protected]
Fr. Ned Brown, Assoc. Pastor
[email protected]
Fr. Gary Aultz 298-1122 x214
[email protected]
Deacon Jeff Hall 293-1191
[email protected]
Deacon Dave Zink 293-1191
[email protected]
Katie O'Neil, Business Mgr. x201
[email protected]
Margie Andrick, Secretary x200
[email protected]
Karyn Kowal x282
[email protected]
Jeni Schoen x204
[email protected]
Ministry Office 298-1122
Paula Smith, Coordinator x219
[email protected]
Involvement Office 298-1122
Rebecca Roepken x289
[email protected]
Sara Schwager x217
[email protected]
Alison Nelson, x283
[email protected]
Development Office 298-1122
Helene Conrath, Coordinator x280
[email protected]
Music 294-4481
Jim Butler, Director x265
[email protected]
Judy Drake, Youthful Choir 293-9452 x237
Parish School 293-9452
Mr. Mike Kirry, Principal x242
[email protected]
Ginny Zahora, Gail Carone Secr. x244
Shirley Minham, Pre-School 299-7478
(Summer): 293-1191 x232 (School year)
Linda Langenderfer, After School
Coordinator 293-1191 x225
Linda Gibson, Cafeteria Coordinator
293-8217 x285
Monica Bush Cafeteria Manager
293-8217 x226
Religious Ed Office 298-2402
Jean Carr, Coordinator x249
[email protected]
Julie Penno, Jr High Coor. x287
[email protected]
Kim Flynn, Office Manager x248
[email protected]
Laura Shawhan, Secretary x286
[email protected]
Joan Bayer, Fingerprinting 499-1310
[email protected]
RCIA/Adult Faith 298-1122
Julie Burt, Coordinator x216
[email protected]
Parish Center 313-2988
Jean Spirk & Dan Feucht, Coordinators
Youth Ministry 416-4385
Karen Fitzharris, Coordinator
Parish Council Don Timmer 299-3136
Athletic Association Wray Van Voorhis 294-4537
Babysitter List Lisa McMullen 604-3417
Baptism Prep
(Infant) Karen Gould [email protected]
(Age 7+) Jean Carr 298-2402
St. Albert the Great Parish
Julie & Martyn Burt 293-2657
Bible Study – Women’s Weds Morning
Masses & Sacraments
Rectory Office 293-1191
Hours M-F 9am-4:30pm
Eucharistic Liturgies
Saturday Eve 4:30 pm
Sunday 8, 9:30 & 11 am
Monday - Friday 12 Noon
Wednesday 8:30 am (School Days)
Saturday 8:30 am
Holy Days Vigil: 4:30 pm; Holy Day:
7 & 10 am, 12 noon & 6 pm
(Exception - Christmas, New Year’s &
Weekend Holy Day Masses)
Sherri Raderstorf 432-6487
Bulletin Katie O’Neil & Rebecca Roepken
298-1122 x289 deadline: Monday 3pm
e-mail Copy: [email protected]
Child Care During Sun Mass, RE Office 298-2402
Coffee & Donuts Rebecca Roepken 298-1122 x289
Communion for Homebound
Paula Smith 434-8506
Communion Distributors
Schedule: Gine Elliot 522-0839
Training: Forst Elliot 522-0839
Education Comm. Heidi Acu!a 293-6819
Finance Comm. Dennis Wolters 293-2926
Gardening Guild Lauren Miller
[email protected]
Sacrament Of The Sick
Parishioners can receive this sacrament
at a weekday liturgy, or a priest can
make a visit.
Sacrament Of Baptism
Baptisms are scheduled on Sundays at
12:45 pm and on the third Sunday of
the month during 11:00 am Mass, upon
availability. Parents must be registered
in the parish and are required to
attend a Baptism Preparation class.
Parents are encouraged to attend
these classes prior to the birth of their
child. Baptisms are scheduled at least
two weeks in advance.
Sacrament Of Marriage
The engaged couple (or their family)
must be registered parishioners for at
least one year. Six months notice and
participation in a marriage program is
required. The date can be set only
when the engaged couple has met with
one of the parish priests.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Fridays 11:15 - 11:50 am (Exception:
NOT held if there is a funeral or
on Holy Days if on Friday)
Saturdays 3:30 to 4:15 pm
Private confessions available upon request.
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Hours M-F 9am-4:30pm
Maintenance 293-1191
Katie O’Neil, Supr. x201
Jack Beckett, Coor, Mike Lee,
Jim Flynn x230
Bereavement Paula Smith 434-8506
Bible Study – Weds Evening
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Knights of Columbus Forst Elliott 522-0839
Legion of Mary Gloria Dodd 331-8292
Meals for the Homeless Carolyn Wittmann
299-6674 & Mark and Kim White 938-8234
Men’s Group monthly, Bob Suriano 294-4584
Men’s Group bi-monthly, Jim Schoen 294-1195
Monthly Food Collection Julie Burt 293-2657
PTO Kim Contreras, president 293-3331
Perpetual Chapel Paula Smith 434-8506
34+ Basketball Group Don Timmer 299-3136
Prayer Chain Lois Hunter 293-7384 Monica Etienne
298-9677 Pat Lammert 299-6235
Pro-Life Committee Rectory Ofc, 293-1191
Readers at Mass Therese Frick 299-3092
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Scheduling Katie O’Neil Rect Of 293-1191 x201
Margie Andrick x 200; Karyn Kowal, x 282
St. Albert Singers Lou Lunne 298-7485
St Vincent dePaul Society
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Servers Religious Education Office 298-2402
Scouts: BOYS: Glen Simon 643-1073
CUB: Paul Nelson 608-0214
GIRL & BROWNIE: Betsy Kohls 299-6847
Senior Day Out Angie Ruffolo 294-4367
and Ann Hart 299-8157
Sunday Mass Coor. Mary Miles 293-8530
Ushers/Greeters Scott McDonald, 760-7016
Vocation Committee Bob Erhart 299-2263
Weddings Scheduling 293-1191
Amy Wittmann, Coordinator 299-6679
Welcome Committee Sara Schwager 298-1122
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
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Worship Commission Dave Zink 296-0590
Youth Group SAYM Karen Fitzharris 416-4385
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