Mass Schedule Oct. 19—25 Bulletin announcements

Mass Schedule Oct. 19—25
Stewardship Report
For October 11 & 12, 2014,
St. Anthony parishioners and
friends contributed $2,099.43 to
the regular collection.
Thank you for you generosity!
Catholic Charities
West Virginia is in
need of personal care
items, especially
toilet tissue, laundry detergent, and
deodorant for women. Food stamps
may not be used to pay for these items.
Your donations may be dropped off in
the baskets at the rear of the church.
God bless you for your
kindness to those in need!
Sunday 10/19: Rosary 10:00 am—Mass 10:30 am
†Holy Souls in Purgatory
Monday 10/20: No Mass
Tuesday 10/21: Mass 7:30 am
Wednesday 10/22: Mass 6:30 pm
St. Anthony Catholic Church
1000 6th Street
Charleston, WV 25302
Fr. James Kurtz, OFM Cap.-Pastor
www.stanthonywv.com
(304) 342-2716
Deacon David Wuletich
[email protected] or
304-345-9567
Thursday 10/23: Mass 7:30 am
Friday 10/24: Mass 7:30 am
Saturday 10/25: Mass 5:30 pm
†Josephine Hederi
Bulletin announcements—contact the St.Anthony parish office at 304-342-2716
or send an email to [email protected] The announcement deadline for the
bulletin is Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. Thank you!!
Serving for October 18 & 19, 2014
5:30 Vigil Mass
Lector:
Eucharistic
Ministers:
Acolytes:
10:30 Mass
Lector:
Eucharistic
Ministers:
Acolytes:
Cleaning:
Oct. 19—25
Rich Stonestreet
Sue Spencer &
Wanda Leach
Evelyn Ferguson, Patricia
Booker & Matthew Ferguson
Janie Bowles
Monica Hamilton &
Alicia McIntire
Mark Isabella, Monica
Hamilton & Dawn Kushner
Nancy & Ray Swecker
Serving for October 25 & 26, 2014
5:30 Vigil Mass
Lector:
Eucharistic
Ministers:
Acolytes:
10:30 Mass
Lector:
Eucharistic
Ministers:
Acolytes:
Moya Doneghy
Deborah McDougall &
Dottie Hess
Sr. Fran Kirtley, Patricia
Booker, & Evelyn Ferguson
Stephen Kawash
Matthew Ferguson &
Brenda Ashworth
Romayne Casey, Neil
Rajapaske & John Casey
Cleaning:
Oct. 26—Nov. 1 Clark & Christine Hansbarger
& Kathy Scalise
Knowing their malice, Jesus said, “Why are you testing me, you
hypocrites? Show me the coin that pays the census tax.” Then
they handed him the Roman coin. He said to them, “Whose
image is this and whose inscription?” They replied, “Caesar’s.” At
that he said to them, “Then repay to Caesar what belongs to
Caesar and to God what belongs to God.”
Our pastor, Fr. James Kurtz, OFM Cap. can be reached by email at
[email protected] To make an appointment for personal business
please contact him at 304-342-2716 x 406
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2014
World Mission Sunday
Today, on World Mission Sunday, we are reminded that we followers of Christ
have been commissioned to make disciples of all nations. Today we pray for all
foreign missionaries and we give generously to the second collection to support all the
men and women who have left their homelands to preach the hope-filled, saving message
of Jesus throughout the world.
World Mission Sunday should not only remind us that foreign missionaries have been
called to participate in the New Evangelization, but so have all of us. Pope St. John Paul
II, Pope Benedict XVI, and now Pope Francis have called us to bring the Gospel message
of Jesus to those who have not heard it, and, most especially, to those who have heard it
and now reject it. We all know many people who were baptized Catholic and raised
Catholic but now no longer practice their faith. We can be God’s instruments who bring
others back to Him and His Church. In today’s bulletin, the A-List for the New
Evangelization is republished. Perhaps you can add to your list or restart your prayers for
people to be open and receptive to the Gospel message
XXIX SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Music for Liturgy
Entrance: All Are Welcome — #414
Gloria: Mass of Healing– sheet music
Offertory: Sing of Mary — #709
Communion: Christ, Be Our Light — #604
Recessional: Christ in Me Arise — #516
Lorie’s Music Notes
"For the sake of Jacob, my servant, of Israel, my chosen one, I have called you by your
name, giving you a title, though you knew me not." Our entrance song today reflects
this passage from Isaiah where God is calling his people. "All are welcome in this
place."
We will sing another Marian song today as we continue through this month celebrating
the Holy
"The spiritual power of the Sacraments is boundless. With grace, we can
- Fr. Jim
overcome every obstacle." ー Pope Francis
Dr. Ray Guarendi presents: RAISING KIDS in the Modern World: Practical Advice for Parents,
Teachers, Grandparents, & Catechists on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 7:00 pm at the Sacred
Heart Basilica, Charleston. Tickets are $20. Dr. Ray Guarendi is a clinical psychologist with
expertise in school districts, substance abuse, and juvenile courts. Silent Auction and Social to
follow.
There will be FREE childcare for children 3yrs+ during the event with FREE PIZZA for the
children. Drop off kids as early as 6:30 pm. For more details, see Events Page on
Facebook/WVCatholicRadio or call Elizabeth Hardy at (304)633-5695.
Please remember in your prayers
† Barbara Carey, Francis Nagoda, Jr.,
Catherine Layne Fugere, Vincent Smolder,
James White, Dolores Conner, Sue Murin, Maria
O’Dell, Bernice Endres, Kathleen Wise, Audra
Kushner
Mary Canterbury, Stephanie Merenda, Connie
Vaughan, Richard Diggs, Virginia Hederi Evans,
Mary Hanson, Joyce Vickers, David Dodd, Joe &
Nazira Joseph, Teresa Campbell, Rose Corey,
Regina Richardson, Carmen Lopera, Jackie
Canterbury, Barbara Carey, Pauline Wyatt, Alan
Cottrill
Symbolon Session at St. Anthony’s
This week we will be starting session 6 of the Symbolon series. We invite you to join us
after the 6:30 Mass in the Parish Center. While Symbolon is most effective when
studied as a group, you can still register to study Symbolon at home or to review what
you have covered in class. To register for Symbolon, type symboloncatholic.org/register in
your internet address bar. You will be prompted to enter the Parish Code—fed1a5. Then
click the “Submit Query” button. A Registration form will appear that is 3 pages long. On
the first page, fill in your name, create a personal password, confirm the password you just
created, and enter your email address which will become your user name for Symbolon. On
the second page, you must click the buttons to attest that you are a parish member and to
accept the End User License Agreement. Choose whether you wish to receive e-newsletters
or resources in your e-mail mailbox or not. On the third page, you must answer a final
question to prove that you are human and click “Submit.” This will take you to the
Symbolon Welcome page. After you are finished and log out, the next time you login to
Symbolon you will use your personal username and password.