HOLY NAME CHURCH God’s family serving others

HOLY NAME CHURCH
God’s family serving others
500 n. Julian street
Ebensburg, pa 15931
(814) 472-7244
814-472-7249 (Fax)
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.holynameebg.org
Haiti website: www.kindredjourney.org
Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 AM—4:00 PM
CLOSED 12:00-12:30
OCTOBER 19, 2014
TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:00 PM
Sunday Masses: 8:00, 10:00 and 11:30 AM
Daily Mass: Monday thru Friday 6:30 AM
Monday thru Saturday 8:00 AM
Holy Day of Obligation: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM (when school in session)
Noon & 7:00 PM
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Wednesdays 8:30 AM & 6:30 PM
Saturdays Noon & 4:15 PM
ADORATION:
Tuesdays 8:30 to 10:00 AM
First Friday (Nocturnal Adoration) 7:00 PM—8:00 PM
BULLETIN DEADLINE: MONDAYS AT NOON
PARISH STAFF:
Msgr. David A. Lockard, Pastor
Rev. Brian Warchola, Parochial Vicar
Sr. Margie McGuire, CCW, Evangelization Coordinator
Office 472-8315; Home 472-9457
Mrs. Lori Bender, Parish Secretary 472-7244 ext. 101
Mrs. Robin McMullen, School Principal 472-8817
Mrs. Diane Bopp, Elementary CCD Director 472-2357
Mrs. Nancy McCulley, Jr.-Sr. High School CCD Director
& APEX Youth Ministry 241-7809
Monday, October 20 - Weekday (St. Paul of the Cross)
6:30 AM Sue Klisanin (Husband & Fam.)
8:00 AM Clarence “Babe” Karlheim (wife Mary Grace)
Tuesday, October 21 - Weekday
6:30 AM Bill & Agnes Wyland (Gerry Driskel)
8:00 AM Bob Garland-Anniv. (Gerry & Fam.)
Wednesday, October 22 - Weekday (St. John Paul II)
6:30 AM John Frank (Charles Koren Fam.)
8:00 AM William & Theresa Farabaugh & Dec’d Mems. (Frank Fam.)
Thursday, October 23 - Weekday (St. John of Capistrano)
6:30 AM Michael Makuch Jr. (Dave Pramuk Fam.)
8:00 AM Donald Carns (Sam Runzo)
Friday, October 24 - Weekday (St. Anthony Mary Claret)
6:30 AM Kerry McCulley (Kathy & Kevin Eckenrode)
8:00 AM Edward Berzonsky-Anniv. (MM Ernest Masci)
Saturday, October 25 - Weekday
8:00 AM Anita Popovich (Anne Weber)
5:00 PM Helen Kenny-Anniv. (Family)
Sunday, October 26 - Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 AM Linda Larese (Larese Fam.)
10:00 AM Living Members of Holy Name Parish
11:30 AM Benedict Long (MM Gerard Long)
MASSES TO BE OFFERED BY
FRANCISCAN FATHERS, LORETTO PA
Ruth Huber (NAVSUP Co-workers)
Geno Persio (MM Joseph Scansaroli)
Adelaide LaMantia (Frank Castelli Fam.)
Living & Deceased Members C D of A Ct. 680
Susan Klisanin (MM Tony Kukucka)
Harold & Margaret Waring (son Richard)
Francis Poeta (Rose Myers & Fam.)
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Eph 2:1-10; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 12:13-21
Tuesday: Eph 2:12-22; Ps 85:9ab-14; Lk 12:35-38
Wednesday: Eph 3:2-12; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6; Lk 12:39-48
Thursday: Eph 3:14-21; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 11-12, 18-19; Lk 12:49-53
Friday: Eph 4:1-6; Ps 24:1-4ab, 5-6; Lk 12:54-59
Saturday: Eph 4:7-16; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 13:1-9
Sunday: Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18:2-4, 47, 51; 1 Thes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
LITURGICAL MINISTERS 10/26
PRESENTATION OF GIFTS
5:00 PM
MM Dave Waters
8:00 AM
MM Bob Evans
10:00 AM
MM Mike Oravec
11:30 AM
Joan Murphy Fam.
ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE 10/20 - 10/26
8:00 AM (Mon - Wed)
H. Tomacruz, T. Ostinowsky
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
5:00 PM
Band 4
8:00 AM
Band 4
10:00 AM
Band 4
11:30 AM
Band 4
8:00 AM (Sat)
T. Tarwater, L. Tsikalas
LECTORS
5:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:30 AM
Rose Alex
Frank Slavinski
Veronica Wilson
Bill Kanich
8:00 AM (Sun)
J. Burkart, A. Way
USHERS
5:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:30 AM
Team 1
Team 1
Team 1
Team 1
8:00 AM (Thurs. & Fri.)
C. Ratchford, L. Popma
5:00 PM (Sat)
H. Swope, D. Swatsworth, J. Neighbors
10:00 AM (Sun)
A. & E. Keim, N. Kanich
11:30 AM (Sun)
C. Castel, K. Templeton, R. Delaney
MORNING PRAYER 7:45 Monday through Saturday
Sun. 9:45AM-11:15 AM H.S. CCD
Tues. 8:30-10:00AM Public Adoration
1:30 PM
St. Vincent DePaul Soc. Mtg.
6:30 PM
Women’s Choir Rehearsal
6:45 PM
Adult Bible Study
Wed. 8:30 AM & 6:30 PM Confessions
8:30 AM
Share the Word
6:00 PM
Rosary for the Unborn
7:00 PM
Monthly Bereavement Session
Sat. Noon & 4:15 PM Confessions
5:00 PM
Evening Mass
Sun. Masses: 8:00AM, 10:00AM, 11:30AM
9:45AM-11:15 AM H.S. CCD
Click! Click! Click! What are those people doing? For the last three weekends of October, members of our Pastoral Council, assisted by the ushers, are taking attendance at
the Masses. This is important in order for us to do pastoral planning for the future. Thank
you for your understanding.
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Thank you to the Franciscan Fathers in Loretto and to Msgr. Gaus for covering Masses on
Tuesday and Wednesday while Fr. Brian and I were away at the Clergy Conference.
INCREASED OFFERTORY CAMPAIGN
This week you should receive a letter from your pastor asking you to commit to increasing the amount
you donate to the Sunday offering. Please read it
carefully and pray about it before responding. But
please respond as soon as possible. If you do not
receive a letter by Friday, please call the parish office so we can verify you are on the parish mailing
list. Thank you for your generosity that makes Holy
Name Parish a living parish.
TAKE A CHANCE ON A SPYDER!
No, not an eight-legged bug that spins webs and
catches flies. A SPYDER is a three-wheeled recreational vehicle that combines the ease of driving a car
with the fun of riding a motorcycle. This year our parish will raffle a brand new one off as part of our annual Summer Festival in June. Tickets on the SPYDER
are $5.00 apiece and are available in the parish office. A cash option is available if you win. For more
info, or if you would like to help sell chances, call Fr.
Brian at 472-7244.
RESPONSIBLE STEWARDSHIP: HOW CAN WE
EVER THANK YOU!
How can we repay the Lord for all the good he has
done for us? And what do we have that we have not
been given? When we realize that everything is a
gift, and we are merely stewards and not owners of
the good things of this world, including the gift of life
itself, the only appropriate response is gratitude!
Tremendous gratitude. And with a grateful heart
comes the corresponding desire to set aside a
meaningful return, a reasonable percentage of our
wealth or income for the Lord’s treasury, out of gratitude, out of love. We give because we have been
given so much. We want to give back as the Lord
has given to us, freely and without reserve, and not
counting the cost. Stewardship of money is probably the most difficult type of responsible stewardship
because there is no masking the sacrifice. We must
constantly pray, discern, and then actually budget
the appropriate and generous amount of our weekly/
monthly financial gift-giving so that this gesture of
responsible stewardship is not lost in the shuffle of
spontaneous spending. The attitude of gratitude
helps us to be honest in assessing our means. Our
increased offertory gift reflects our heart’s desire to
give proportionately to what God has so generously
given to us. To those whom much is given, much is
expected.
ANNUAL MASS OF REMEMBRANCE
Wednesday, November 5, at 6:30PM. As All Souls
Day approaches, we are preparing for our annual
Memorial Mass when we name and remember our
loved ones who died in the past year. A list is posted at Church entrances the next few weeks, naming
immediate relatives of parishioners (parents,
spouse, children, siblings). Please check for correct
spelling and add any names we may have missed,
as these names will be read during the Mass on November 5th.
ALTAR SERVER APPRECIATION MASS
As a way to thank the many Altar Servers throughout
our Diocese for their service, the Diocesan Office of
Vocations is sponsoring an “Altar Server Appreciation Mass and Dessert” at the Basilica of St. Michael
the Archangel, Loretto on Sunday, November 23 at
2:00PM. Bishop Mark Bartchak will be the Principal
Celebrant and Homilist. After the Mass a dessert
social will be held in Our Lady of Loretto Hall (the
Basilica’s parish hall).
Holy Name Altar Servers and their families are encouraged to attend this event. A sign up sheet can
be found in the sacristy; please sign up no later than
November 7th.
ALL SOULS’ DAY
November 2nd, All Souls’ Day, and in fact the entire month of November, have been designated by
Catholics as a time of prayer for those who have
died. The tradition of special remembrance of the
dead is rooted in our belief that the dead will rise
again and that all of us will be reunited in the Lord “so
in Christ all will come to life again” (Cor. 15,22).
The priests of Holy Name will remember at all
Masses during the month of November family members, relatives and friends who have departed from
this life. The names of these individuals should be
listed on the envelope provided to you in the current
packet of church envelopes and returned by October
31st..
7TH—11TH GRADE CCD NEWS
This weekend is a scheduled CCD weekend. Classes will begin promptly at 9:45 AM and end at 11:15
AM.
APEX NEWS: Coming Up
Apex will be holding a Candlelight Mass at 7:00 PM
on November 1st . This Mass will cover your Sunday obligation and will be a youth Mass. This Mass
is also a make up for any High School youth who
missed the Service Weekend on October 4th.
There will be food & beverages in the Narthex following the Candlelight Mass to celebrate All Saints
Day! Any questions please call Nancy 241-7809.
RESPECT LIFE SUNDAY - RESPECT LIFE
MONTH - MONTH OF THE ROSARY
For many years now the month
of October in general, and the
first Sunday of October in particular, have been dedicated
by the U.S. Catholic Bishops
as Respect Life Month/
Sunday. For many more years
the universal Church has dedicated the month of October to Our Lady of Victory,
Queen of the Rosary. I see no competition in these
two themes: we should pray the rosary in October daily if possible - for an end to legalized abortion on
demand in the U.S.A. and throughout the world. We
also should pray the rosary for a change of heart on
the part of those who see abortion as an acceptable
solution to an unwanted pregnancy. I realize that life
continues, after birth, but I feel our society will never
stop euthanasia, capital punishment, bombing civilians, etc., until we realize how wrong it is to take the
life of an unborn child. “Charity begins at home” and
the defense of life must begin at the baby’s first
home - the mother’s womb.
FALL ADULT BIBLE STUDY
The Gospel of Mark. Tues. October 14,21,28 at
6:45 in the Church Hall. With this program we begin
our study of the 27 Books in the New Testament.
Please join us for class anytime you can.
HOLIDAY FOOD BAGS AVAILABLE
The Ebensburg Food Pantry will distribute Holiday
Food bags at all Masses this weekend. Please return the gift of groceries by November 2, in time for
Thanksgiving Meal provisions to be shared with local
families in need. Thank you!
WORLD MISSION SUNDAY
Today is World Mission Sunday. This day is set aside for
Catholics worldwide to recommit themselves to the deepest
identity of the Church in mission through prayer and sacrifices. It is a reminder that we
are “one family in mission.”
In this “one family” some are called to go to the missions; others support the missions in prayer and financial support. Without both there would be no Mission Church. On this special day let us keep missionaries and the mission church in our prayers. Please
give in a spirit of generosity. An envelope for your
donation can be found in your packet.
GRIEF AND COPING WITH THE HOLIDAYS
Tuesday, November 11, 7 PM in the Church Hall.
The stress and pain of losing a loved one is often
harder to cope with during holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. This program includes prayer,
conversation, helpful literature and a brief film presenting practical and spiritual helps for coping with
the holidays. Free and open to the public. To register, call Sr. Margie/472-8315.
MONTHLY BEREAVEMENT GROUP
Wednesday, October 22 at 7-8 PM in the Church
Library. This monthly gathering includes opportunities for prayer, conversation and spiritual growth as
we journey together toward God’s consolation and
healing. Sr. Margie welcomes anyone who may benefit from mutual spiritual encouragement, no matter
how recent or how long it has been since the death
of a loved one.
THE MUSTARD SEED OF KINDESS by Judith Dunlap
Like all of Jesus’ parables, the story of the mustard seed has many lessons to offer. When I think about that
tiny seed and the Kingdom of God, I think about the rippling effect one small act of kindness can have. When a
person offers a smile, a helping hand or a simple courtesy it can sometimes change the course of another’s
day.
I am not a morning person, and with very little effort I have managed to raise a whole family of morning
grumps. I remember the days when all seven of us were playing “beat the clock” at 6:30 a.m. At best, our “good
mornings” were grumbled as we tried to keep out of each other’s way. Some mornings our house felt like the
proverbial powder keg, just a missing sock away from disaster. On those mornings one person’s outburst over
an empty milk carton could sour everyone’s day.
I developed my mustard seed theory by watching how that powder keg could be defused. It didn’t take much
to set things right—a shared cinnamon bun, some help searching for missing key or a ride offered to school.
One person’s act of kindness could affect everyone. Since I am not my best at daybreak, it took a conscious
effort for me to be that person. It was an effort that worked best when rooted in prayer.
When I started the day with prayer I could find some quiet peace inside myself that helped me respond rather
than react. Morning prayer helped me be my best even when grouchy. And when I let it, that mustard seed experience of peace could grow to fill a household. I picture the Kingdom of God as an eternal experience of that
peace—an experience we can sometimes taste even on grumpy mornings.
Holy Name School is partnering with Hoss’s Family Steak & Sea House in Ebensburg for a Community
Night Fundraiser on Thursday, October 23, 2014. This fundraiser supports the general fund projects
for the year for Holy Name School. Please cut and use the ticket below. Thank you for your support! Mrs. Robin McMullen, Principal
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“Tickets” are only valid on October 23, 2014.
“Tickets” are only valid at the Ebensburg Hoss’s Family Steak and Sea Location
Present the “ticket” to hostess when you arrive at the restaurant.
If pre-tax sales total between $300 and $1200 we will earn 20% of the total.
If pre-tax sales are over $1200 we will earn 25% of the total.
Distributing “tickets” to guests on Hoss’s property is prohibited. The event will be disqualified and
no funds will be received if this occurs.
 The purchase of gift cards is not included as part of the fundraising total.
Hoss’s Ebensburg Family Steak and Sea Community Night
Please present this ticket to the hostess upon arrival
Thank you for supporting: Holy Name School
Date of Fundraiser: 10/23/14
GABRIEL PROJECT
Holy Name Parish's Gabriel Project Pro Life Ministry celebrates "Respect Life Month and Queen of Rosary"
during October and all year long by supporting expectant moms and families through crisis and difficult pregnancies; to offer Jesus' love, hope, and generous basic needs as Our Lord provides for all of us!
The Gabriel Project is the Catholic Parish Pro Life Outreach helping local families prepare for their babies
birth and provide for baby through first year of life!
Volunteers and donations are needed to help anyone needing help with a pregnancy to avoid abortion.
Please call Mrs. Stephanie Neighbors at 814-254-2211 to Volunteer/Help today; send donations through collection basket in an envelope marked "Gabriel Project." God bless you for supporting our moms, families
and babies today!
BULLETIN DEADLINE: MONDAYS AT
NOON
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL MEETNG
St. Vincent DePaul will have their regular scheduled
meeting on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 1:30 p.m.
in the Rectory.
Newsletters for the CD of A are available for pick up
in the Narthex. If you know a homebound member,
please deliver their newsletter to them.
Bishop Carroll’s 11th Annual Mass of Remembrance will be held on Saturday, October 25th at
7:00 pm, a Mass will be held in the Bishop Carroll
Chapel in honor of alumni and faculty who have
gone to their eternal rest. A reception will follow in
the school library. All are welcome to attend. For
information call 472-7500 x 104.
THIRD ANNUAL PATRIOTIC ROSARY CELEBRATION with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
will be held Sat. Oct. 25 at 2:00PM at the Cathedral
of the Blessed Sacrament, Altoona. Most Rev. Mark
L. Bartchak will preside. Local elected officials to
participate. Sponsored by Altoona-Johnstown Diocese Courts of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas.
SCHOOL NEWS
Walk Together in Faith
Attend Mass on Sunday With Your Child
School Hours are 8:25 AM-3:05 PM.
Eucharistic Adoration: The students will attend Adoration on Tuesday, October 21 8:30-10:00 AM.
Children’s Choir and Band: The Holy Name School Children’s Choir and Band will be singing and
playing music for the Mass at 10:00 AM on Sunday, October 19. Please join us!
School Council: Holy Name School Council will meet on Monday, October 20, 2014 at 6:30 PM in room
802.
Holy Name School Community Night at Ebensburg Hoss’s: Holy Name School is partnering with
Hoss’s Family Steak and Sea House in Ebensburg for a Community Night Fundraiser on Thursday, October
23, 2014. Please clip the coupon out (found in today’s bulletin), take it with you to Hoss’s any time from 11:00
AM-Close, give the coupon to your hostess and Holy Name School’s general fund will benefit. Thank you for
supporting Holy Name School!
Act 80 Day: The students will not have school on Friday, October 31. The teachers will have an Act 80
Day.
Scrip: Scrip is available in the Narthex on Sunday mornings and in the school and rectory offices.
SOCIALS
CANDLELIGHT SAINTS TOUR, hosted by the Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel in Loretto, Oct. 24
& 25. Entertainment, education, local history and a bit of Halloween spookiness, this event has it all! Tours
depart every 20 mins from 6PM-10PM and last approx. 1 1/2 hours. Please note that it is not handicap accessible. $7/person. Ticket proceeds benefit the SFU Dorothy Day Center. Please dress for the weather,
as tours continue rain or shine. Bring a nonperishable item in exchange for a free drink (coffee, hot chocolate, soda). Hot food available for purchase. For more info you may call the Basilica rectory at 472-8551 or
email [email protected]
HALLOWEEN FALL FEST - Ghost, goblins, and ghouls, oh my! Halloween will be here soon and Bishop
Carroll will be hosting “A Safe Halloween and Fall Fest” on Friday, October 24th,from 6 PM to 9 PM. It is
open to students from kindergarten through eighth grade. There will be games, a haunted house, food and a
costume contest. Come join us for a hauntingly good time!
CHICKEN & BISCUIT DINNER will be held Sunday, October 26th at the St. Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church, 2nd St., Nanty Glo in their church hall (located behind the church). Dinner served 12:00Noon until 4:00PM. Adults $8, children 12 and under $5. Menu includes Chicken w/gravy/biscuit, mashed potatoes,
green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, dessert and beverage. All are invited to attend!
BASKET PARTY will be held on Sun. Nov. 2nd from 11:30AM-3:30PM (drawings begin at 3:00PM) at St.
John the Byzantine Catholic Church, Northern Cambria. $5/26 tickets, free desserts & beverages, special
raffles.
Bishop Carroll Fall Adult Dance Featuring Flood City Brass
Come enjoy a night of dancing to Flood City Brass, voted ‘Simply the Best’ Band in Johnstown, at Bishop
Carroll Catholic High School on November 8th. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Light refreshments will be available,
with dancing to follow! This event is open to the public so be sure to invite all of your friends! BYOB, we’ll
provide beer, soda, coffee, water and snacks. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased: by sending a selfaddressed envelope and check to Bishop Carroll Fall Dance, 728 Ben Franklin Highway, Ebensburg, PA.
15931 or pick up at BC in the main office. Limited number will be available at the door. Must be 21 to attend.
For information call 472-7500 x 101.
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