September/septiembre 28, 2014 26th Sunday Ordinary Time M&T Weds Thurs Fri Office Hours / Horas Oficinas 8:00 am–1:00 pm & 2:00 pm-5:00 pm 8:00 am-1:00 pm 8:00 am-1:00 pm & 2:00 pm-3:00 pm 10:00 am–1:00 pm & 2:00 pm-3:00 pm Sat Sun M,W,F T Th 5:30 pm (English) & 7:15 pm (Español) 8:30 & 11:30 am 8:30 am 6:00 pm 8:30 am (English) & 7:30 pm (Español) Sat Reconciliation / Reconciliación 4:00–5:00 pm Also by appointment Rev. Jacob P. Joseph, CMI • Pastor Extension 292 [email protected] Rev. José-Hugo Ruíz Marentes, OFM • Parochial Vicar Extension 108 [email protected] Deacon Robert S. Hookness • Permanent Deacon Extension 106 [email protected] Glynnis Doolittle • Pastoral Associate Extension 109 [email protected] Maria Espinosa • Asst. to Pastoral Associate Habla Español Extension 123 [email protected] Robert Rosa-Cruz • Youth Minister Extension 112 [email protected] Carol Heck • Parish Bookkeeper Extension 107 [email protected] Kathleen Wahl • Parish Secretary Extension 106 [email protected] www.olpschool.us Stephen Hickey • School Principal [email protected] 803.279.8396 ext. 100 Pam Mentrup • School Office Manager [email protected] 803.279.8396 ext. 100 Walt Heck • School Bookkeeper 803.279.0315 ext. 111/ [email protected] Diocese of Charleston P. O. Box 818 Charleston, SC 29402 843.853.2130 The Most Rev. Robert E. Guglielmone Bishop of Charleston / Obispo de Charleston www.sccatholic.org www.themiscellany.org TRAVELLING ?? If you want to find Masses at a Catholic Church near your vacation destination or Catholic events going on nearby, visit: www.masstimes.org . Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church Iglesia Católica de Nuestra Señora de la Paz Mailing: P.O. Box 6605 Physical: 856 Old Edgefield Rd. North Augusta, South Carolina 29861 803.279.0315 815.301.8003 Fax www.olpchurchna.org "There are different kinds of spiritual gifts but the same Spirit, . . . different forms of service but the same Lord." (1 Cor 12:4-5) Is God Calling You to Care for your Church? The altar and linen care ministries are important to the celebration of the Mass, although the work is done behind the scenes. Altar care is undertaken by parishioners that care for both the altar and the church's interior. Tasks include checking the candles on the altar, polishing the brass and altar furniture, and straightening the books in the pews. This ministry can be done at any time during the week according to each individual's schedule. Want to find out more? Contact Teresa Bone (803-441-8857) for information or to join this reverent ministry. The parishioners who care for the church's sacred linens (purificators, corporals, hand towels) takes the linens home with them once a week, launders and irons them and returns them to the church. A rotating schedule is set up for those who do God's laundry. If you are interested in participating in this special ministry contact Cheryl Smith (803-278-1306). Sign ups will be after all Masses beginning this weekend. We ask that each family bring a dish to serve a minimum of 15 people according to the first letter of your last name: A-F Desserts G-M Salads N-Z Vegetables The picnic will be at the Riverview Park Pavilion on October 12. We will begin at 11am with Mass followed by a Potluck Picnic (the Church will provide chicken & the Knights of Columbus Council #7062 will provide hot dogs.) Mass intentions are requests made of the priests to include an intention as they offer the Sacrifice of the Mass. Only one optional monetary offering may be accepted per Mass. ♥=Living †= deceased. Sunday, September 28 8:30 a.m. ♥ Brigette & Ed Fleiss 11:30 a.m. †Gretchen & Virgil Lewis & †Mel Barnabe Monday, September 29 8:30 a.m. †Alvin Stevens 6:00 p.m. versary 8:30 a.m Tuesday, September 30 ♥ Carole & Ron Beckman as they celebrate their 50th Wedding AnniWednesday, October 1 ♥A parishioner & her family 8:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 2 ♥Thanksgiving of Mildred Miller ♥Healing of Joseph Cook 8:30 a.m. Friday, October 3 †Evelyn Havron Wilson Saturday, October 4 9:30 a.m. NHC Birthday of Mrs. John Fries 5:30 p.m. Birthday of †Fr. Joseph Vignoe 7:15 p.m. ♥Healing of Joseph Cook Sunday, October 5 8:30 a.m. †Alvin Stevens 11:30 a.m. †Wendy Paschal For our Sick and Homebound Mary Beier, Jane Bennett (sister of Susan Mills), Elaine Bombard, Mary Chafin, Lucy Cline, John Dear, Maurice Doolittle, Amada Drake, Dennis Drennan (brother of Grace Miller), Carmel Fentress, Bill & Ida Harkins, Frances Havron, Fred Johnson, Armella Kurtz (mother of Susan Mills), Marie Maynard, Earl McGrory, Kathleen Morton, Scott Odell (grandson of George & Marthe Odell), Antonia Roberston, Gloria Ruvo, Josephine Satcher, Sr. Charlotte Smith, Clarence & Betty Smith, Robert Stuckey, Dodger Stuckey, Ian Sullivan, Michael Sullivan (brother-in-law of Susan Mills), Jennie Swift, Clara & Tony Tantillo, Jim Whalen, Kathy & Bruce Whealton, Margaret Dayle Workman (mother –in-law of Miriam Workman), and Peggy Wise. Please contact the Parish Office if you or a family member are critically ill or are hospitalized and would like to be placed on the Sick List. Sunday, September 28 9:30 -11:30 a.m. RCIA/Minister’s Meeting Room 9:45 a.m. Adult Education Morning Session /Annex Room #3 9:45 a.m. Religious Education /Upper School Campus 9:45 a.m. Jr Youth Formation Classes /Annex 10:00 a.m. 2014 Confirmation Candidate & Parent Meeting/Murphy Hall 6:00 p.m. Adult Education Evening Session/Annex Room #3 6:30 p.m. Sr. CYM Session (7-8:30 p.m.)/Youth Center Monday, September 29 Tuesday, September 30 10-Noon Tuesday Morning Prayer Group/Minister's Meeting Room Wednesday, October 1 7:00-8:30 p.m. Sr. CYM Youth Bible Study /Youth Center Thursday, October 2 10:30 a.m. Prayer Shawl Ministry/Annex Room #3 7:00 p.m. Stewardship Committee Meeting/Minister’s Meeting Room Friday, October 3 6:30 p.m. Hispanic RCIA/Annex Room #2 6:30 p.m. Legion of Mary (Spanish)/Annex Room #1 7:00 p.m. Menjivar-Hernandez Wedding Rehearsal/Church 8:00 p.m. Hispanic Choir practice/Church Saturday, October 4 Noon Menjivar-Hernandez Wedding/Church 4-5:00 p.m. Confessions/Church Reconciliation Room Sunday, October 5 9:30 -11:30 a.m. RCIA/Minister’s Meeting Room 9:45 a.m. Adult Education Morning Session AR#3 9:45 –11:15 a.m. Religious Education/Upper School Campus 9:45-11:15 a.m. Jr Youth Formation Classes/Annex 6:00 p.m. Adult Education Evening Session/Annex Room #3 6:30 p.m. Sr. CYM Session (7-8:30 p.m.) /Youth Center Altar Flower Donations Please consider donating a floral arrangement for the Church in honor of, in celebration of, or in memory of a loved one. You may sign up in the flower book located on the bookrack in the Narthex or contact the Parish Office with questions or to sign up. PRAYER/COMFORT SHAWL MINISTRY meets every Thursday in Room #3 at the Annex at 10:30 a.m. Knitters and crocheters are invited to enjoy each other's company as we knit and crochet shawls, lap robes, baby blankets, etc. If you would like information relative to this ministry, please call Claudia Dortenzo at 278-6746. 2014 South Carolina Catholic Charismatic Conference “Give Thanks I Have Chosen You by Name” October 24-26 at Our Lady Start of the Sea Church in Myrtle Beach, SC The speaker is Fr. Richard McAlear, OMI. Copies of the full brochure are available on our bookrack in the Narthex or at the OLP Parish Office. Visit SCCCRS website www.screnemwal.org BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS: It’s not too late to donate. The 8th grade is close to their goal of $250. They really want Fr. Jacob and Deacon Bob to participate in this challenge. See one of the OLP students or place your donation in an envelope marked “ALS Donation School” and drop it in the collection basket. Our Lady of Peace School’s 8th Grade class started raising funds on September 1st for their ALS Ice Bucket Challenge which will be donated to the John Paul II Institute for Research in memory of +Ray J. Kroger (2nd grade teacher Jan Kroger’s brother) and in honor of Melissa Kern (Middle School Literature Teacher Chris Herzberg’s high school friend). If the class raises $250, the school faculty, Deacon Bob & Fr. Jacob will get their Ice Buckets on October 1st. If you wish to help the students reach their goal, please see one of them or contact the School Office. Bulletin content must be received VIA EMAIL no later than 11 am Thursday, 11 days prior to the desired Sunday publication date (unless otherwise noted) to: [email protected] Mark your Calendars for October 18-21, 2014 Parish Mission with Father Frank DeSiano of Paulist Evangelization Ministries Come experience a growth in: Personal Faith-discipleship is a constant growth in faith Community-discipleship is lived and exercised in communion with others Reaching Out-To reveal how God sends all of us forth Sessions will begin each evening at 6:30 p.m. in English (8:15 p.m. in Spanish) in the Church. You don’t want to miss this experience. Also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a disease of the parts of the nervous system that control voluntary muscle movement. Nerve cells that control muscle cells are gradually lost, causing the muscles to become weak and eventually nonfunctional. Walking, talking, eating, hugging and even breathing become nearly impossible, although the mind stays sharp. Most people with ALS live 3 to 5 years after diagnosis. U.S. Citizenship Exam Preparation Classes in Aiken Mondays 7:00-9:00 PM 1st class October, 2014 Register NOW! (only 15 students per class) Classes are FREE! Register via website, e-mail or telephone www.LearnEnglishforLivingFoundation.com Email: [email protected] (706) 284-7555 Financial Report for September 20/21 Weekly Offering Year to Date Collections $10,118.35 Collections $132,890.40 Budget $11,225.00 Budget $134,700.00 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------(Shortage)/Surplus ($1,106.65) (Shortage)/Surplus ($1,809.60) *********************************************************************************************************************************** $6.13 Children’s Envelopes Master’s Table $150.00 Diocesan Second Collection $1,588.09 Seminary Offertory Breakdown: Envelope Checks: $6,019.00 Envelope Cash: $852.00 Loose Checks: $772.00 Loose Cash: $882.35 Online Giving: $1,593.00 TOTAL: $10,118.35 Please be generous! Please remember OLP when you are away. We need everyone’s weekly support to meet our financial demands. The above numbers reflect Offertory Envelopes and Loose Collections (loose cash & checks) only. Diocesan Second Collections 2014 October 19 Mission Sunday Propagation of Faith November 9 Solidarity Fund for the Church in Africa November 23 Campaign for Human Development December 7 Retirement Fund for Religious New Parishioners & Address Changes Those wishing to become a parishioner of Our Lady of Peace Parish should complete the following and drop it in the offertory collection basket. A census form will be mailed to you. Thank You. NEW PARISHIONER Change of Address Name:___________________________________ Address:__________________________________ _________________________________________ Telephone Number:_________________________ Email Address:____________________________ Scan QR Code with your mobile device or visit: www.olpchurchna.org and click on “Donate” in the blue bar on the homepage. Ofertorio para 9/20/14 & 9/21/14 ACTUAL PRESUPUESTO $10,118.35 $11,225.00 $132,890.40 $134,700.00 $6.13 Sobres de los niños $150.00 Master’s Table $1,588.09 Seminary ************************************************************** ($1,106.65) ($1,809.60) EXCEDENTE/(FALTAPRESUPUESTO) ****************************************************************************** Mañana, domingo, 28 de septiembre a las 10:00 de la mañana- Reunión para los candidatos de Confirmación y sus padres en Murphy Hall. Hablaremos de los últimos requisitos para la celebración del sacramento en noviembre. Esta reunión es solamente para los jóvenes que van a ser confirmados en noviembre. Estos son los estudiantes que terminaron su catequesis el año pasado en el 8to grado y este año están en el 9º grado. Si sus hijos están en su primer año de catequesis para la Confirmación esta reunión NO les corresponde. La bendición de los animales- Traiga sus mascotas y acompañe la escuela de OLP y la parroquia el 3 de octubre a las 2:00 de la tarde par a la bendición anual de los animales. Todos están invitados (aun los que no tengan mascotas). Vamos a r eunir nos en la estatua de San Francisco para empezar nuestra celebración de todas las criaturas que Dios ha hecho. ¡Por favor acompáñenos en darles la bienvenida a nuestros visitantes especiales! Fiesta Hispana Diocesana- sábado, 11 de octubre en Columbia, SC (en el gimnasio de la escuela de St. J ohn Neumann). La procesión comenzará a las 9:30 a.m. y nuestro obispo Roberto celebrará Misa a las 10:00 a.m. Todos están invitados al picnic de la parroquia el domingo, 12 de octubre. Se llevar á a cabo en el par que River view aquí en Norte Augusta. Se celebrará la Misa bilingüe a las 11:00 a.m. y la comida será inmediatamente después. Se le pide a cada familia que va a asistir que traiga una comida para compartir con un mínimo de 15 personas. Por favor apunte a su familia este fin de semana. Hay una lista en el nártex. Por favor traiga una comida según la primera letra de su apellido: Apellidos A a F- postres Apellidos G a M- ensaladas Apellidos N a Z- vegetales Clases de Inglés (para nivel Principiante hasta Avanzado)- Gratis Se ofrecen estas clases gratuitas en 2 sitios: 1. Byrd Learning Center (Centro de Aprendizaje Byrd), 1 Willis Circle, Graniteville, SC 29829 Y 2. Iglesia Metodista San Juan, 104 Newberry St., Aiken, SC 29801 Para más información llame al 803-641-2476 Confesiones- Se escuchan confesiones cada sábado de 4:00 a 5:00 de la tarde en el confesionario adentro de la iglesia. Si no puede ir los sábados a esta hora y desea cita para otro día llame la oficina para pedir cita. Si uno de nuestros parroquianos o uno de sus familiares está enfermo o internado y desea que or emos por él o ella por favor llame la oficina y denos su nombre. Lo pondremos en la lista de personas por quienes nuestra parroquia reza. Esto es solamente para nuestros parroquianos registrados y sus familiares. Grupo Juvenil para estudiantes en grados 9 al 12 (SrCY M)- Las reuniones de este grupo se llevan a cabo los domingos y miércoles de 7:00 a 8:30 p.m. en el anexo. ¡Si su hijo desea participar todavía puede entrar! Clases de Preparación para el Examen de Ciudadanía de los Estados Unidos en AikenLunes 7:00-9:00 PM la primera clase Octobre 2014 ¡Regístrese AHORA! (Sólo 15 estudiantes por cada clase) ¡Las Clases son Gratis! Learn English for Living Foundation Regístrese a través del correo electrónico, web o por teléfono Email: [email protected] www.LearnEnglishforLivingFoundation.com (706) 284-7555 ¿Desea registrarse en la parroquia o cambiar su dirección? Es importante que cada familia que viene a nuestra iglesia se inscriba en la parroquia. Si desea hacerse miembro de nuestra parroquia o ya está inscrito y necesita cambiar su dirección por favor llene esta forma breve, córtela del boletín y échela en la canasta de la colecta durante la Misa. La oficina le mandará el formulario de registración por correo si ha elegigo registrarse. Parroquiano Nuevo Dirección Nueva Nombre:____________________________________________________ Dirección Completa:_________________________________________________________________ Nómero de teléfono:__________________________________________ Our Lady of Peace 2014 Parish Mission The Evangelization Team cordially invites everyone to join us at our 2014 Parish Mission: “Life in the Faith Lane.” This event for faith renewal will be held in the church on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings – October 19, 20 and 21. Father Frank DeSiano of the Paulist Evangelization Ministries will be conducting the mission in both English and Spanish. Presentations in English will begin each night at 6:30 p.m., and in Spanish at 8:15 p.m. Additionally, Father Frank will be preaching during all masses prior to the mission and throughout. The main topic for the 2014 Parish Mission will focus on Evangelization while revolving around three themes: Day 1: Personal Faith – discipleship is a constant growth in faith Day 2: Community – discipleship is lived and exercised in communion with others Day 3: Reaching Out – to reveal how God sends all of us forth We are very excited about the Parish Mission and look forward to seeing all of you there! Permanent Adorers NEEDED URGENTLY for the following hours: Tuesday 2am-3am (2nd person needed) & 5am-6am Wednesday 12-1 pm Thursday 1 am—2am Friday 4 am—5 am & Noon– 1pm & 1 pm– 2 pm & 2 –3 pm & Midnight to 6am 6am-Noon Noon-6pm 6pm-Midnight 4-5 pm Mar ia Mata (803) 270-0878 Sp./ Eng. Sandi Sullivan 803-384-9556 Leilani Usr y 803-202-0117 Alina Pagano (803) 278-5714 Sp./Eng. OLP AUCTION NEWS UPDATE: In the event you were not in town on the weekend of September 7th to hear the announcement about our upcoming parish fundraiser, I’d like to fill you in! The church is hoping to raise money through an auction fundraiser to help cover the cost of carpet replacement in the foyer and narthex areas. If we are really successful, we’d like to give our restrooms a much needed facelift as well. I think it’s important to explain again what we are doing with this fund raiser. To avoid asking for cash donations for major improvements such as this, we are asking, instead, that you open your garages, basements, attics, storage buildings and even your barns and allow me and a volunteer crew to come in and “pick” items you no longer need for a fund raiser auction. Our first auction will be in January and we need these donated items by the middle of November. We have already had a good response from parishioners, and for that, we are most grateful. We need, however, to hear from more of you. The clock is ticking and our collection period will be over before you know it. In addition to having posted my phone number for contacting me, I have decided to add my e-mail address for those of you who like that form of communication: ([email protected]) or 803279-7474. Again, for anyone who is reading about the planned auction in January for the first time, here is a list of things that do well at auction but please remember, what you have may not be on the list so call, text or email anyway!!!! Rusty stuff like what you would see in a barn Lanterns Antiques, including furniture Modern, nicer, real wood furniture Household items either new or very clean Jewelry, even costume jewelry, even broken jewelry like that stuff you never use in the bottom of your jewelry box!! Guy related items like tools, hunting, fishing (no guns unless 100 years old) Military gear like helmets, backpacks and more Older coins and stamps Laptops, even broken ones!!! You know you have one in the closet collecting dust. I will wipe the hard drive for you!! Advertising signs like Coca Cola and many others DVD’s Old pocket watches or wind-up wrist watches, especially older ones, (even broken) Musical instruments (even broken) Any wrought iron furniture or outdoor ornaments Old key-wound clocks All are invited (with or without pets) to join OLP School and Parish for the annual Blessing of the Pets on Friday, October 3rd at 2:00 p.m. We will gather at the St. Francis Statue to begin our celebration of all the living things which God has created. Please join us to visit with our special guests and students of our school.
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