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OCTOBER 19, 2014
29TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
ST. VINCENT
de PAUL
C A T H O L I C
C H U R C H
1502 E. Wallen Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
www.saintv.org
PARISH STAFF
MASS SCHEDULE
Pastor ............................................................... Fr. Daniel Scheidt
Parochial Vicar ........................................... Fr. Andrew Budzinski
Parochial Vicar ......................................... Fr. Polycarp Fernando
Deacon................................................ Deacon James Fitzpatrick
Pastoral Associate ........................................ Dorothy Schuerman
Pastoral Associate ..........................................................Julia Thill
Business Administrator ..................................... Tom Schuerman
School Principal ..................................................... Sandra Guffey
School Assistant Principal .................................Elizabeth Kleber
Dir. of Religious Education ............................. Debbie Blackburn
Director of Music .................................................... Tony Andorfer
Facilities Manager ................................................. Bruce Cadwell
Youth Director ............................................................... Sarah Hill
Youth Director ..................................................... Lindsay Klinker
Communications Coordinator .................................. Joe Knepper
Parish Secretary ................................................... Mary Berkshire
Parish Secretary ................................................... Marie Andorfer
Parish Secretary ...................................................... Geri Schmidt
Parish Nurse/Homebound Ministry ....................... Deb Andrews
Parish Pastoral Council Chairperson........................ Dan Rohloff
Rectory Housekeeper …………………………………… Corrine Boyer
Weekend: Saturday 5:00 pm; Sunday 7:15, 9:00, 11:00 am,
TELEPHONES
Church Office…Hours: 8:30 - 4:30 pm M - F .. (260) 489-3537
Church Fax ....................................................................497-9405
E-Mail .............................................................. [email protected]
Religious Education Office .............................................. ext. 204
Youth Ministry Office ....................................................... ext. 228
Director of Music ............................................................. ext. 210
Wedding Coordinator Rhonda Noll .............................. 341-1249
Development Director Linda McCarthy .......................... ext. 247
Scout Lodge ..................................................................489-1763
Prayer Line Laurie ........................................................755-0816
Mary ..........................................................483-4369
BULLETIN DEADLINE
Items should be in the church office via e-mail by Monday 9:00 am.
12:45 and 6:00 pm Life Teen Mass
Weekday: Monday—Thursday: 6:30 am and 8:00 am;
Friday: 8:00 am and 5:30 pm; Saturday: 8:00 am
Holy Day: WILL BE ANNOUNCED
Holiday: 9:00 am
SACRAMENTS
Reconciliation
Wed. 4:30 pm (priests must finish by 5:30 pm).
Sat. 8:45 - 9:45 am or anytime by appointment.
Baptism
Sunday following the last Mass; also baptisms may be
scheduled during Sunday Mass. Baptismal Catechesis is
required prior to baptism.
Matrimony
Arrangements must be made at least six months in advance.
Sick and Communion Calls
Please keep us informed of the sick and homebound,
particularly when there is serious illness.
ST. VINCENT de PAUL PARISH SCHOOL (1720 E. WALLEN ROAD)
A Catholic education for children (grades K-8)
Office Hours ..................................................... 7:15 am-3:15 pm
School Office, Mary Tess Roof ........... (260) 489-3537 ext. 213
School Attendance Line, Ellen Ryan............................... ext. 214
School Kitchen................................................................. ext. 220
School Secretary, Kathy Palmer ..................................... ext. 212
NEW PARISHIONERS
Registration for new members is held on the second Sunday
of the month following the 9:00 am Mass.
CATECHUMENATE
We welcome persons interested in embracing the Catholic
faith. Please call the church office.
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N E W S
&
N O T E S
MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, October 20
*6:30 am Carol Gibson
8:00 am Eugene and Zoa Pequignot
Eph 2:1-10/Lk 12:13-21
Tuesday, October 21
*6:30 am Leonard Hopen
8:00 am Mary Frances and Clarence
Bechtel
Eph 2:12-22/Lk 12:25-38
Wednesday, October 22
*6:30 am Carl and Sharon Minick
8:00 am Edmund Bobay
All Mass
Eph 3:2-12/Lk 12:39-48
Thursday, October 23
*6:30 am Debra Jones
8:00 am Deceased Members of
Ohlman/Malone Family
Eph 3:14-21/Lk 12:49-53
Friday, October 24
8:00 am Evelyn Russel
*5:30 pm Richard Lawrence
Eph 4:1-6/Lk 12: 54-59
Saturday, October 25
8:00 am Ed and Monica Etter
45th Anniversary
Eph 4:1-6/Lk 12:54-59
5:00 pm Dr. James Berghoff
Sunday, October 26
7:15 am Special Intention of
Paul and Fran Braun
9:00 am Nicholas and Olga Michaels
11:00 am For the Parish
12:45 pm Alma McSweeney
6:00 pm Florence and Tom O’Reilly
(Life Teen Mass)
Ex 22:20-26/1Thes 1:5-10/Mt 22:34-40
*Chapel
BISHOPS APPEAL
If you have not had an opportunity to
return your Bishop’s Appeal pledge,
please take time to do so today.
Funds from the Bishop’s Appeal go
to fund important diocesan
ministries including the education of
seminarians. Overage from this
year’s funds will be used to improve
handicap accessibility on our
campus.
FROM THE PASTOR
In this Sunday’s Gospel, we hear the Lord Jesus
give to us a principle which---even in secular terms---has
literally transformed world history: “Render to Caesar what
belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.” By
situating us as “in the world” without being “of the world,”
Christ commissions us with both great freedom and great responsibility. Our
very distinctiveness as Christians commits us to be a leaven of
transformation for the world rather than simply a weathervane of worldly
opinion.
Over the past several weeks, we have seen this distinction play out
dramatically in the discussions surrounding the Synod on the Family in Rome.
This weekend Pope Francis beatifies that great prophet of the twentieth
century, Pope Paul VI, who presided over the conclusion and implementation
of the Second Vatican Council and who in his encyclical Humanae vitae laid
the foundation for what St. John Paul II would develop as the “theology of the
body.”
Given that so many truths of our life of faith are being discussed so
widely both in and outside of the Church, I wish to offer a first session of
reflections on the writings that have come from the Synod on the Family.
Please join me in church on Wednesday, October 22 from 6:00 to 7:30PM for
“All in the Family of Christ: Seeking the Truth in Love.”
Please also come to the groundbreaking blessing for the new rectory
at 2:00PM on Sunday, October 26. We shall meet after the 12:45PM Mass
by the detention pond south of the church and walk over to the land
immediately adjacent to it on Effie Drive.
Finally, we shall celebrate the Solemnity of All Saints on Saturday,
November 1 at 8:00AM in the old cemetery at the corner of Auburn and
Wallen Roads. Because All Saints Day falls on a Saturday this year, it is not a
Holy Day of Obligation. Nonetheless, the Lord deserves to be glorified in His
saints, so we shall offer a 6PM vigil Mass in church on October 31 (no
5:30PM Friday Mass in the Spiritual Center chapel that day!), as well as the
8AM Mass in the old cemetery on November 1. Even through the myriad of
concerns afflicting our families on earth, we are surrounded and supported by
our great, happy, and fully perfected Family in Heaven!
In St. Vincent’s love of Christ,
Fr. Daniel Scheidt
RCIA NEWS
We are coming near the celebration of the Rite of Acceptance and Welcoming
on Sunday, October 26. This celebration is where our RCIA Inquirers will
assemble publicly for the first time in the Church declaring their intention to the
Church and the Church in turn, carrying out its apostolic mission, accepts them
as persons who intend to become its members. Please continue to pray that
God showers His grace on them, since the celebration manifests their desire
publicly and marks their reception and first consecration by the Church.
WEDDING BANNS
“Please pray that the Lord will abundantly bless these couples as they prepare to take their marriage vows.”
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Ryan Williams and Bethany Ransbottom
A.J. Hamilton and Alyssa Roy
Zach Ruetz and Sarita Boacheon
M I N I S T R Y
WEDNESDAY ECUARISTIC ADORATION
“A Holy Hour before the Most Blessed Sacrament so
pleases the Heart of Jesus, that every man, woman and
child on earth receives a new effect of God’s graces!”
- St. Faustina
St. Vincent's is blessed with the opportunity to adore
Jesus in the Eucharist on Wednesdays from 9:00 am to
6:00 pm.
Are you able to spend 30 minutes or an hour on a
weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis as a scheduled
adorer?
We are in need of additional people for each of the times
on Wednesdays!
Would your Small Christian Community, CRHP team, or
family like to grow closer to Jesus by committing as a
group to a scheduled time?
Are you able to attend as your schedule permits by
adding your name to our substitute list? We are in need
of many substitutes!
If none of the above, please remember that YOU are
always welcome to stop by for as little or as long as you
are able. The regular schedule is in place to ensure that
The opportunity exists for the entire parish; take
advantage of it, you will be glad you did!
Would you be willing to assist the Office staff with
coordinating Wednesday times? If so, please contact the
parish office at 489-3537!
If you are available to commit to a time, please contact
the Church office at 489-3537, [email protected]
FACILITATOR OPENING FOR CHRIST RENEWS HIS PARISH
We will be discerning individuals or a husband/wife team
for a 3-year commitment to the Committee’s service
position of Weekend
Facilitator. If you are a
registered parishioner,
have been on a past
Christ Renews team and
feel called to serve in this
ministry, please send a letter to the Church Office,
Attention: Julia Thill, answering the following questions:
How did you hear this call? What is your previous team
experience and ministry? How do you feel you could best
serve the committee, teams and invitees? For more
information regarding this ministry, contact Julia Thill at
260-489-3537 ext. 208.
FUNERAL LUNCHEON DISHES
Please pick up any dishes you may have left at the
Spiritual Center by November 1.
Any remaining funeral luncheon
dishes after November 1 will be
donated to charity. Thank you for
your assistance.
L I F E
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ST. VINCENT de PAUL SOCIETY
PANTRY
Thanks to all our supporters
who continue to give. Also
thank you to all who donated
items at the St Vincent de Paul
Society table at Vincentfest. We
continue to depend on you.
COAT DRIVE
We will be collecting new and
gently used winter coats, hats, and gloves November 1
and 2 before and after all
REKINDLE THE FIRE
Meeting this Sunday, October 19th, 7 pm, in the Parish
Hall. Another great meeting is planned for tonight as the
catechesis is part 2 of “Christian Mission”. Attend the
RTF meeting and share in what it means to be great
Leaders, Friends, Husbands, Fathers and Sons - - - the
Men God calls us to be. This will be done with
Catechesis, Scripture Reflection, Man Time, Faith Share,
Food/Drink & Fellowship. All men are welcome!
HARVEST HOUSE
Harvest House is meeting Monday, October 20 at
1:15 pm in the spiritual center. We will be playing cards
and board games. Bring a snack to share.
SAFE HARBOR SUPPORT GROUP
Safe Harbor is hosting a retreat for widows on Saturday,
October 25, from 8:00 am until 11:30 am. The retreat
begins with Mass in the church followed by breakfast at
9:00 am and the retreat in the Monsignor Kuzmich Life
Center. The retreat will be facilitated by Kay Cozad, grief
educator, speaking on “Not a Dash, but a Journey”.
Registration is required by calling 489-4875 or emailing
[email protected] Free will donations will
be accepted.
BAPTISMAL PREPARATION CLASSES
Attendance at two Baptismal Preparation Sessions is
required before your child is baptized — Session I and
Session II. You may attend Session II before Session I, if
necessary. Each session will begin at 7:00 pm. It is
recommended that both parents attend before the birth
of your child so that there will be no delay in setting a
date for the baptism once the baby is born. Godparents,
too, are welcome. At least one parent and one
godparent must be practicing Catholics. Also, parents
must be registered in the Parish. Please call the church
office to sign up for your sessions.
Session I (East Room ) Nov 13
Session II (Church Conference Room) Oct. 23, Nov. 20
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SCHOOL & YOUTH NEWS
Religious Ed News
RE Calendar
Preschool
October 19 - NO PRESCHOOL - Fall Break
October 26 - Preschool
Sunday,
October 19 – NO RE – Fall Break
October 26 – RE “Battle of the Saints”
Life Center Gr. 7 & 8
(Wednesday and Sunday classes 4:00 – 5:30)
Wednesday,
October 22 – RE - Living Rosary – Parents
welcome!
6:10 – 6:50 – Gr. 1 – 4
6: 50 – 7:30 – Gr. 5 – 8
October 29 - RE – Hall of Saints Museum
Gr. 4 Parents are welcome to tour the
Museum
NO RE for Grades 7 & 8 due to attendance at Battle of
the Saints on Sunday.
Battle of the Saints
On October 26 from 4:00 to 5:30 pm in the Msgr. John
Kuzmich Life Center all 7th & 8th Grade Religious Ed
students will be testing their knowledge by participating
in the Battle of the Saints. Team colors, fun costumes
and accessories are encouraged. Parents are welcome to
come and watch this evening of good spirited
competition, faith, fun and fellowship.
Hall of Saints Museum
Our fourth Grade Religious Ed students will be
sponsoring a “Hall of Saints Museum” in the Parish Hall
on Wednesday, October 29 andSunday, November 2.
Each student will be on display dressed as their favorite
saint. Grades 1- 3 will tour the saint museum as a fun
way to learn important details about lives of our most
important role models. Parents are encouraged to tour
the museum as well! Come and be Inspired!
Confirmation Parent Meeting
Thanks to the 8th Grade parents who attended the
Confirmation parent meetings. If you did not attend,
please contact the Religious Ed Office at 489-3537 ext.
204 to learn the things necessary to aid you in
preparation for your child’s Confirmation.
MARKET DAY
November is their yummy dessert month with 14 great
choices for your holiday needs! FREE dessert pedestal with
a $90 order AND NOVBONUS in the promo code box. Orders
due by Nov. 1st, with pick-up on the 6th. Questions, please
call Eva at 490-9329. Thank you for all your support!
SCRIP SALES SCHEDULE
Our sales schedule for the month of October will be:
School Sales - Monday and Friday mornings
Church Sales - Saturday after 5:00 Mass, Sunday from
8:00-11:00 am and after Life Teen Mass
This is a reminder that Papa Murphy’s is closing its Fort
Wayne locations. While the Illinois and Dupont Road
stores are already closed, the store at St. Joe and
Maplecrest is still open and reportedly will be open until
the end of October. Please try to use any Papa Murphy’s
cards you have left soon; we don’t want anyone to miss
out on this last chance!
PRAY A ROSARY FOR PEACE
Thank you for the Rosaries! Remember if
you have a close loved one or friend who
has been deployed recently or who is
already serving in other countries, you
are welcome to join us as a community in
praying the Rosary for peace and the safe return of all
our troops. Any time you say a Rosary with your family, a
friend or just by yourself, you can pick up a card in the
office to be placed on the wall in the school. Now until
Veterans Day on November 11, we want to line the walls
with red, white and blue and send prayers to Our Lady to
intercede for us with her Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ.
C HURCH AND S CHOOL N EWS
Monday, October 20
1:15 pm Harvest House - Community Room A
6:30 pm Light Weigh - East Room
7:00 pm Third Option Training - Community Room A
7:00 pm Young Adults Group - Spiritual Center Chapel
Tuesday, October 21
8:45 am Two by Two Bible Study - East Room
6:15 pm Practical Minister Training - Church
6:30 pm Shepherds of Christ - Blessed Sacrament
Chapel
7:00 pm RCIA - Spiritual Center
7:30 pm Respect Life Committee - Church Conf Room
Wednesday, October 22
9:00 am Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Blessed
Sacrament Chapel
9:00 am WINGS - Fireplace Room Life Center
6:00 pm Candle Ministry - Community Room B
Thursday, October 23
9:00 am WINGS II - Community Room A
6:30 pm Cub Scouts Pack 3009 - Parish Hall
6:30 pm Knights of Columbus Admission Ceremony Community Room A
7:00 pm Baptismal Prep II - Church Conference Room
Saturday, October 25
9:00 am Safe Harbor Retreat - Life Center
Sunday, October 26
12:00 pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Blessed
Sacrament Chapel
7:00 pm Rekindle the Fire - Parish Hall
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SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL CATHOLIC SCHOOL
FOOD DRIVE 2014
OCTOBER 16—NOVEMBER 14
Once again this year, the Student Council is sponsoring a
Food Drive to benefit the Saint Vincent de Paul Society
here in our parish. We have communicated with the
society and have identified the following items as those
most needed. Items should be brought to school and
given to homeroom teachers.
Thank you for your support!
Grade K
Grade One
Grade Two
Grade Three
Grade Four
Grade Five
Grade Six
Grade Seven
Grade Eight
Macaroni and Cheese and Cereal
Canned Fruit and Gelatin/Pudding Mix
Pasta Sauce, Dry Pasta, and Ramen
Noodles
Boxed Potatoes, Rice, and Canned Pasta
like Spaghetti O’s
Cake Mixes, Bake Mixes, and Canned
Soup
Boxed Snacks, Canned Mixed
Vegetables, and Canned Beans (not
green beans)
Peanut Butter and Boxed Sides like
Rice A Roni
Canned Soups and Boxed Meal Helpers
like Hamburger/Tuna Helper
Canned Beef Stew, Toothpaste, and
Paper Towels
Do you have a Will? Appointments Sponsored at St. Vincent’s
Make sure your will is done so your last wishes and thoughts are clear for your family. If you would like a
will or need to update your existing will, you can take advantage of a complimentary service to create your
SIMPLE WILL. A SIMPLE WILL allows for the naming of a personal representative for the estate,
allows for simple, direct distributions of assets to a surviving spouse, charities, and/or other beneficiaries
and follows all applicable state requirements for witnesses and signatures. It may contain guardian
appointments if there are children under age 18.
Write a Will event from
Monday, October 20 through Friday, October 24
Volunteer parishioner attorneys will be available to prepare your simple wills. If you leave a bequest (gift or
any size) to a non-profit organization
(such as St. Vincent’s Church, School, an endowment fund or another charity of your choice) in your will, this
service is free of charge.
Appointments are required and are limited. Schedule includes daytime and evening hours.
Call Linda McCarthy at St. Vincent’s at 489-3537, ext 247, or email [email protected] to schedule
your appointment. LEAVE YOUR LEGACY AND HAVE PEACE OF MIND!
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NEWS AND INFORMATION
BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY SUPPORT GROUP
NEWS FROM BISHOP DWENGER
In a time of loss, it is important to know that there is a
place where you can be with others who understand your
pain. This is a time when being with others who have
walked their own path of grief may be of comfort and
offer solace in a way that your family and friends cannot
give. St. Vincent’s Bereavement Ministry is holding
support group sessions which will meet for seven weeks.
The dates run from Wednesday, November 5 to
December 17, with one meeting on Tuesday, November
25. All meetings will be held 6:30pm-8:30pm in the East
Room at St. Vincent de Paul Church. It is our hope to
provide a comforting atmosphere in which to share the
grief and bereavement process and to offer emotional
support. Your loss need not be recent for the sessions to
be helpful. If this is something you are looking for, call
Carrie Boedeker at 260-489-8588 or cell phone
260-418-8054 [email protected]
DIABETIC CLASSES
DATE NIGHTS FOR MARRIED COUPLES
Called to serve to enrich marriage? We’re putting
together a core team to plan date nights for married
couples. Contacy Cindy Black [email protected] or
260-446-4665 by November 1.
Join us for our first BDHS Faculty Purse
Bingo on Saturday, November 8, in the
Bishop Dwenger Cafeteria. Doors open at
5 pm, first game begins at 6:30 pm. $20
entrance fee and one bingo card; $5 each
additional card. Tables are sold at $200 each and
reserves 8 seats together. Seating is limited. Must be 21
or older to attend. Beer, wine, and light refreshments will
be sold- please no carry-ins.
Gather a group of friends and make a day of it! Visit the
music department Craft Bazaar from 9 am-3 pm in the
gym and then come back for the chance to go home with
a designer purse! Tickets are available in the BDHS Main
Office, by phone (260) 496-4775, or email
[email protected] License #134719
Diabetic classes will again be taught for diabetics, pre
diabetics, new diabetics or anyone who wants to learn
more. There will be 2 sessions, one in the afternoon,
1:00 - 2:30 pm and one in the evening, 7:00-8:30 pm,
on Wednesdays in November. For the afternoon session,
please RSVP to Grace Denny, 312-0297. No RSVP is
necessary for the evening session.
Y O U T H
M I N I S T R Y
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WE’RE HEADED TO WORLD YOUTH DAY
2016! LET’S GO!
YOUTH MINISTRY CALENDAR
Sunday, Oct. 19th
Tuesday, Oct. 21st
Wednesday, Oct. 22nd
Thursday, Oct. 23rd
Sunday, Oct. 26th
LN: Gathered to be Sent
Prelude - 7-9pm @LC
Mini Hour - 7:30-9pm @LC
Prelude - 7-9pm @LC
Social: Krazy Kickball
LIFENIGHT: GATHERED TO BE SENT
We finish our Series on the Mass this Sunday by seeing why the closing
rites make a difference and how we are changed after every single Mass,
being sent into the world to bring Christ to others. We hope that you’ll join
us!
TOTALLY YOURS PLANNING TEAM:
Fall Retreat Planning is underway - and we need you! We could really use
some help getting everything painted, so come whenever you have time,
any Tues. or Thurs. until the retreat. We will need lots of helping setting
everything up on the Friday of the retreat, so come and make the magic
happen…or something like that.
Bishop Rhoades is inviting all young
people who will be between the ages of
16 and 35 as of July 20, 2016, to
consider attending World Youth Day in
Krakow, Poland from July 21-August 1,
2016.
Our four-day pre-World Youth Day
spiritual preparation includes sites in
Warsaw, Czestochowa, AuschwitzBirkenau, Wadowice, and Kalwaria.
WYD activities in Krakow include a visit
to the Divine Mercy Sanctuary, the WYD
Opening Mass, catechetical sessions,
daily Mass, Stations of the Cross, and
other WYD events. Pope Francis will
arrive on July 28, but the culmination of
WYD will be the Vigil Mass with Pope
Francis on July 30. Following the Closing
Mass and Farewell Dinner on July 31,
pilgrims will journey home on August 1.
Visit www.diocesefwsb.org/WYD or email
Natalie Kohrman at [email protected]
for more information.
TOTALLY YOURS FALL RETREAT:
The Fall Retreat preparations have begun! Nov. 7-9th is going to be an
amazing weekend with praise & worship, skits, talks, small groups,
reconciliation, Mass, adoration, and much much more. The retreat is now
full, but please continue to send in forms to be placed on the waiting list. If
you have a spot but something comes up that makes you unable to attend,
please let Sarah know ASAP so the next person on the waiting list can be
notified! Thanks!
40 DAYS PRAYER:
Wed., Oct. 29th, we will be going to the prayer site for this year’s 40 Days
for Life starting at an earlier time - at 7pm until 8pm - and then return to St.
Vincent’s until we end Mini Hour at 9pm. The site this year is across from
the Planned Parenthood at First Pilgrim Holiness, 1508 Ardmore Ave., Fort
Wayne, 46802. We welcome all teens and families to join us, so find a
carpool ride or drive yourself and meet us there.
CORE TEAM:
Have you felt God calling you to serve Him, but aren’t sure how? Maybe He
is calling you to serve His teens. This is an amazing ministry and I
encourage you to pray about joining the Core team. If you are interested, or
if you have someone else to suggest, please talk to Sarah or any of the Core
for more information.
ATTENTION HIGH-SCHOOL OR COLLEGE AGE MUSICIANS:
Would you like to give your talents back to God by being a part of the Life
Teen Music Ministry? If you're interested in playing/cantoring at Life Teen
Mass once a month, email Frankie at [email protected]!
Coming Up in Edge:
October 27th: Bonfire
For more information about Edge, please
contact Lindsay Klinker
at [email protected] or
489-3537 ext. 230.
Saintvym.weebly.com
RCIC SPONSORS NEEDED
We are currently seeking three
sponsors for three children who are
currently enrolled in RCIA for Children
this year. This is a minimal time
commitment, but incredibly rewarding.
You must be at least 16 years old, a
practicing Catholic, and be Confirmed.
If you feel called to this important
ministry please email
[email protected] or call the
church office.
For information about our Life Teen Program,
please contact Sarah Hill, 435-0453 or
[email protected]
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MINISTRY SCHEDULE
Oct 25, 8:00 AM
Oct 25, 5:00 PM
Justin Craw
Cortney Kitchen
Kevin Thompson
NOT FILLED
Usher
Alex Fosnaugh
Erin Strzelecki
Server
Colton Buescher
Clayton Jackson
Kendal Kitchen
Christopher Raines
Lector
Catherine McLeish (1)
David Springer (2)
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion
Bob Buescher
Monica Buescher
Karen Green
Christina Jackson
Chuck Kawka
Terry Lehman
Scott McLeish
Dianne Mitro
Jon Smith
Mary Smith
Peggy Springer
Andrew Tauzin
Cathy Tauzin
Claudia Thomas
David Thomas
Mary Schafer
Sacristan
Oct 26, 7:15 AM
Deb Andrews
Oct 26, 9:00 AM
Oct 26, 11:00 AM
Oct 26, 12:45 PM
David Barrett
Larry Eberle
Thomas Herber
Gary Weaver
Donald Bobay
Peggy Poiry
Glenn Wynn
NOT FILLED
Andrew Bobay
Joshua Burkhardt
Jean-Paul Kalonji
David Kinniry
Ronald Tirpak
Benjamin Becker
John Becker
Timothy Helbing
Randy Thelen
Server
Leah Anderson
Kaley Lyons
Luke Schiffli
Mya Vanderhagen
Luke Sarrazine
Johnathan Sarrazine
Mary Simcox
Max Simcox
Catie Hamrick
Thomas Koehl
Grace Rohloff
Jacob Smith
Marcus Leach
Jackson Schuhmacher
Kendall Willwerth
Vincent Yanko
Lector
Terrence Coonan (1)
Dennis Fech (2)
David Falater (1)
James Freiburger (2)
Michael E. Smith (1)
Chris Dunmire (2)
Kathleen Masri (1)
Michael Smith (2)
Monique Alderdice
Mary Arnold
Kathleen Jarboe
Egbert Jarboe
Denise Lyons
Sean Lyons
Mary Racine
Alexandra Schanbacher
Mitchell Schanbacher
Lisa Schanbacher
Thomas Schanbacher
Barbara A'Hearn
Robert A'Hearn
Betty Braun
Lori Casiano
Scott Cook
Joseph Dewald
Mary Ehlerding
John Faylor
Elise Fisher
Maureen Fulk
Laura Garcia
Rosemary Parent
Mary Schafer
Geri Schmidt
Teresa Swaim
Brien Blackburn
Deborah Blackburn
Keith Burns
Sheila Burns
Leslie Byrne
Sara DiRenzo
Kathleen Dougherty
June Dusseau
John Goodwin
Timothy Hake
Mary Hamrick
Scott Hamrick
Rose Hillman
Sheri Jones
John Minnich
Joyce Burns
Stephen King
Sandra Kruse
Barbara Lomont
Barry Lomont
Thomas Loogman
Stephen Lybrook
Barbara Richardson
Jeffrey Schafer
Darryl Smith
Mary Osborn
Usher
Extraordinary Minister of
Holy Communion
Sacristan
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