THIRTHIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME OCTOBER 26, 2014

THIRTHIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
OCTOBER 26, 2014
Welcome!
New Parishioner Registration Forms are at the
Church
doors.
On the back of
the
Registration Form you will find our ministries
and organizations along with volunteer
opportunities.
Please return forms via collection basket, mail,
or drop by the office.
Questions? Call 503-682-2332.
Need Information After
Regular Office Hours?
For holy and feast day Mass times and
upcoming parish events, call the office at
503–682-2332 and press “3” after the
greeting.
Tuesday
2:00 pm Prayer Shawl—Rm 116
6:30 pm K of C Ex Council –FS
Wednesday
October 29-November 2, 2014
Wed.
Weekday
9:00 am Open
Weekday
+ Ed Rondeau
Thursday
Friday
October 31
9:00 am Mass
Bountiful Baskets Weekend
Saturday
November 1
9:30 am Women’s First Saturday-FS
4:00 pm Confession
5:00 pm Mass
Sunday
November 2
8:00 am
9:15 am
Mass
RE PreK-5th Grade—H
Middle School Youth Group—CB
10:30 am Mass
11:15am High School Youth Group-Rm 116
Noon
Baptism Class -Rm 116
Sat.
All Saints Day
5 :00 pm +B arbara Marta
8:00 am
10:30 am
October 30
9:00 am Mass/Adoration until 10:00 am
10:00 am Women’s Bible Study—FS
O=Office H=Hall RR=Resource Rm
FS=Fireside Rm CB=Church Basement
Fri.
Weekday
9:00 am Open
Sun.
October 29
9:00 am Mass
7:00 pm Men’s Bible Study-RR
Daylight Savings Ends
Mass Intentions
Thurs.
9:00 am
This Week In Our Parish
Office Closed Mondays
October 28
Saturday Evening Hosts
Coordinators: Dick and Leanne Spence
All Souls Day
Our Parishioners
+ Douglas Rimbault
To volunteer: 503-694-5875
October 25
Spence Family
Coffee & Doughnut Hosts
Coordinators: Andres and Carolina Torres
Mark Your Calendar
To volunteer call 503-570-3400 or [email protected]
October 26
K of C Spaghetti Dinner
October 25
Prison Ministry Meeting
11:30 am Fireside Room
October 26
Women’s First Saturday
November 1
Grounds Cleanup
November 8
Veteran’s Reception
6:00 pm Hall
November 8
8:00 am
10:30am
Durig Family
Folske Family
All Saints Day- November 1
Since the Feast of All Saints falls on a Saturday,
there is no obligation to attend Holy Mass for this
feast.
Sunday obligation may be met by attending any
of our usual weekend Masses.
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
REFLECTION
On a visit to the coast, you may have seen lighthouses
engulfed by giant waves. As the angry ocean waves crests, it
slams into the lighthouse. The wave’s white shoulders seem like
they will nearly topple the structure as tons of water explode
against it. Those inside the lighthouse are certainly grateful for
the firm foundation that withstands nature’s overwhelming fury.
In today’s Gospel, Jesus tells us that the greatest and the
first commandment is to love God. The second commandment
is to love your neighbor as yourself. These two commandments
are the foundation of our faith. Jesus concludes that the whole
law and the prophets depend on these two commandments.
If we observe them then even the gates of hell will not prevail
against us.
Readings
Ex 22:20-26
1 Thes 1:5-10
Mt 22:34-40
Next Sunday’s
Readings
Wis 3:1-9
Rom 5:5-11
Jn 6:37-40
LITURGICAL MINISTRY SCHEDULE
Saturday
Reader:
Eucharistic
Ministers:
Ushers
Greeters:
October 25
5:00 pm
Suzy Sivyer
*E. Clarkson/ T. Barrett
M. & J. Peterson/ L.L. Faber
J. Faber/ M. Duran
A. & J. Greene
Saturday
Reader:
Eucharistic
Ministers:
Ushers
Geeters:
Sunday
Reader:
Eucharistic
Ministers:
Ushers:
Greeters
October 26
8:00 am
Pauline Poe
*J. Kruse/ S. Bible
R. & C. Klupenger/ L. Nelson
J. Geyer/ L. Ana
Sunday
Reader:
Eucharistic
Ministers
Ushers:
Greeters
Sunday
Reader:
Eucharistic
Ministers:
Ushers:
Greeters:
October 26 _
10:30 am
Monique Little
*S. Geisler/ D. & A. Zielsdorf
K. Weber/ N. Mulligan
S. Geisler/ M. Geisler
I. Johanson/ C. Schuh
J. Kruse/I. Johnson
Sunday
Reader:
Eucharistic
Ministers
Ushers:
Greeters:
November 1
5:00 pm
Tosha Slenning
*E., Y., & M. Jaroch
L.L. Faber/ T. Barrett
E. Geraghty/ J. Faber
C. Hanson/J. Holley
November 2
8:00 am
Eileen Clarkson
* S. Bible/ L. Friedman
J. Mohatt/L. Nelson/G. Gander
J. Geyer/J. Clarkson
J. Kruse/I. Johnson
November 2 _ 10:30 am
Sandra Suran
*K. Weber/ A. Holstrom/A. Downes
V. Oporta/ D. Zielsdorf
P. Ree/ B. Wagoner
M. Rosenberry/Cori Antrium
Calling the Grounds Clean Up Team!
St. Vincent de Paul
It’s time to prepare St. Cyril’s grounds for the winter.
NEXT clean up:
Saturday, Nov. 8th
(9:00-11:30). The bulk of the work will be transporting and spreading bark chips so we need pick up
trucks or trailers, wheel barrows, shovels & rakes.
We will also do some general grounds clean up.
Parishioners of all ages are invited...we even have
kid-sized wheel barrows. St. Cyril’s has a very
limited amount of equipment. Label all tools that
you bring. Please contact the church office or Sarah
Geisler for more information or questions.
The St. Vincent de Paul annual
Pancake/Omelet breakfast will
be held on Sunday, November 16th in the parish
hall. All are welcome as we say thank you for
your support throughout the year. We will begin
setting up for the breakfast on Saturday at 3 pm
and and we could use some help. It just takes a
couple of hours and in the past families have
joined us for the quick setup. Please call Karen
Gay at 503-9366666-2529 for information if you
are able to help.
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Women’s First Saturday November 1, 2014
Fireside Room
9:30 -11:00 am
Speaker: Ger linde Lamer , Pastor al Associate/Spir itual Dir ector St. Anthony’s Chur ch
Topic:
“Our Life J our ney Using the Tools of Scr iptur e, Pr ayer and Discer nment”
Gerlinde works at St. Anthony Church in Tigard as a Pastoral Associate and Spiritual
Director. She received her undergraduate education at Marylhurst University and her Masters
degree at the University of Portland. She is also a reflection of family as a devoted wife,
mother and grandmother.
The ladies of the parish and their female guests are welcome at these sessions. No
reservation required. Free will offerings accepted to help defray the cost of our speakers. Join
us for camaraderie, refreshments and an opportunity to enhance your spiritual outlook.
December 6 Speaker: Bishop Peter Smith
Celebrate and Honor Those Who Have Served
All are invited to
St. Cyril Veteran’s Day Reception
Saturday, November 8, 2014
6pm in the Parish Hall
Appetizers and beverages will be served
The cost is free (Freewill Offerings gladly accepted)
Bring us your photos and memorabilia to share for our popular memorabilia tables.
For Veterans
and those who wish to honor a family member or friend who has served:
Complete the information below so we may have a name tag for you at the reception
(ask for your nametag at the reception by the veteran’s name)
Veteran’s Name: ____________________________________________
Branch of Service:
Army _____ Navy _____ Marines _____Air Force _____ Coast Guard ____
Relationship: _______________________________________________________
(For those honoring a loved one who have served (Spouse, Parent, Sibling, Friend, etc.)
Please return to the Parish Office by Sunday, November 2, 2014—via Sunday Collection Basket is ok.
Like us on Facebook!
Find a link at the bottom of our webpage at
stcyrilparish.org
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Father Joseph Saal Council 15640 Knights of Columbus
The Council invites all Parish men to join the Knights of Columbus.
Membership information is available at both Church entry doors or by contacting: Grand Knight
Hank Taylor 503-704-3778, Financial Secretary Bob Ruggiero 503-504-1809, Membership Chair
Pat Schiermeyer 425-785-7994 or Field Agent Will Britten 503-868-8006.
General Meeting 7 PM the 1st Monday of each Month
Officers Meet 6:30 PM Last Tuesday of each Month
We appreciate the help and participation of those Parishioners who dined with us after the 5 PM Mass
last night in support of our catholic youth Scholarship Program. The Scholarship Spaghetti Dinner
Committee, Chaired by Brother Gary Jones, thanks you and hopes you enjoyed the fruits of their
efforts this year and looks forward to seeing you at the 3rd Annual Scholarship Dinner event next
year.
Special thank you to our Chefs, Donna and Robert Garcia, and all those whose planning, tireless
effort and dedication to this program make it possible for the Parish and the Knights to assist
our youth in their pursuit of education. We especially appreciate the efforts of our Chair
Brother Gary Jones who’s repeat performance continues to satisfy our palates, we look forward
to his leadership again next year.
Happy October Birthday to our Brothers: Adrian Downes [10/11], Ed Krupicka [10/17] ,
Jerry Zeller [10/25].
We continue to solicit Scholarship Donations [Tax deductible], in addition to the annual dinner, that can be
made any time during the year to “K of C 15640 Charitable Account” and mailed to K of C Council 15640, PO
Box 381, Wilsonville, OR 97070-0381 or dropped at the Parish Office, the students are grateful for the
assistance from you.
Honoring Our Deceased Loved Ones
Each year in November we honor our beloved deceased family members and friends who have
died anytime throughout this past year. Please fill out the form below and return it to the office
by collection basket, mail or drop it by the office.
PLEASE PRINT
Deeased_____________________________________________________________________________
First
Last
Submitted By________________________________________________________________________
Tel.________________________________________ Date of Death ____________________________
DEADLINE to submit October 26, 2014
Virtue of the Week
Quote of the Week
Integrity
“You are asking for something that would be harmful
Adherence
to
moral
principles. to your salvation if you had it-so by not getting what
Congruence in thought, spoken word, and you’ve asked, you really are getting what you want.”
deed.
St. Catherine of Siena
October 26, 2014
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Religious
Education
Faith
Formation 2014/2015
Just a reminder that it is time to start thinking about registering your child/children
Religious
2014/2015
for religious education
for this fall. Education
If you have children
ages/grades 4 yr old preschool
October 26, 2014
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RE for children 4 yr - 5th grade 9:15 am in the parish hall
Middle School Youth Group meeting in the basement of the church
at 9:15 am
CLOW during 10:30 am Mass
CTP class for parents 9:15 am
November 2, 2014
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RE for children 4 yr - 5th grade 9:15 am in the parish hall
Middle School Youth Group meeting in the basement of the church
at 9:15 am
High School Youth Group will be meeting in the room 116 at 11:45
Children’s Baptism Class
Sunday, November 9 for parents who are wanting to have their
child baptized. Please contact Cynthia in the office for more
information.
Are you an adult interested in becoming Catholic?
There will be an information meeting on Sunday, October 26 11:45 am in Room 116. Call the
office 503-682-2332 or email Cynthia Unger at [email protected]
SPONSOR NEEDED FOR YEARLY
CATHOLIC CALENDAR
The church is looking for a sponsor or
sponsors for our calendars. If you have a
business or an employer who might be
interested in this project please contact:
Patti Blomquist
J.S. Paluch Company
[email protected]
Toll Free 1-800-621-5197, ext.2825
Direct
847-233-2896
October 26, 2014
Attention Ushers
Once again it is time for the
Archdiocesan Attendance census. This
year the attendance will be taken on
the weekends of November 8 and 9 and November
15 and 16. We ask your cooperation in taking this
count. All adults and children at each Mass should
be counted.
Please enter the count on the specific index card
for that Mass. Index cards may be found in the
sacristy.
Thank you for assistance.
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BOY SCOUT TROOP 194
Annual Christmas Wreath Sale
HOMELESS COAT DRIVE
Please bring your coats,
jackets, blankets, hats,
and gloves
to the
donation boxes in the
Parish Hall. These items
will be used to cloth the
less fortunate who need
our help as the weather
grows colder.
Troop 194 will be at the Parish Hall
to take orders for wreaths and swags
after all the Masses on November 1
& 2 and November 8 & 9. On
December 6 & 7 you may pick up
your ordered items after all the
masses.
Please call Carrie Durig or Scout Dawson Durig if
you have any questions or would like to order by
phone at 503-570-4226.
Weekly Offertory vs Budgeted Goal
Hall Activity Fund
Green Envelopes
$35,000.00
$30,000.00
Week 5
$25,000.00
Week 4
Week 3
$20,000.00
Week 2
$15,000.00
Week 1
$10,000.00
$5,000.00
$Aug.
Goal
Sept.
Goal
Oct.
The Hall Activity Fund/Green Envelopes
are used to offset the cost of our Parish
Socials, such as Coffee & Donuts and
Wine & Cheese. These two socials are well
attended & are a great time for fellowship!
Last fiscal year St. Cyril spent $8,170.00
on after mass socials. Please consider
contributing using the Green
Envelope to continue our after
Mass socials.
Goal
ST CYRIL PARISH
Monthly Operating Income & Expenses
Does not include income and expenses for
Restricted Funds (Maintenance & Repairs,
Benevolent Fund, etc.) or Depreciation Expense.
Jul-Sept 2014
YTD Budget
FY 2014-15 Budget
Parish Offertory Income
Other Income, Including Gifts
$ 77,146.99
$ 18,689.93
$ 75,908.86
$ 15,128.39
$ 315,000.00
$ 66,580.00
Total Operating Income
$ 95,836.92
$ 91,037.25
$ 381,580.00
Operating Expenses:
$ 98,406.30
$ 104,460.89
$ 413,192.27
Net Operating Surplus (Shortfall)
$ (2,569.38)
$ (13,423.64)
$ (31,612.27)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Operating Cash Reserve In Days as of September 30, 2014
Prudent Minimum Reserves Required
$101,882.00
90.00 Days
Current Balance
$109,098.21
96.37 Days
Days Above (Below) Minimum Reserve
(3.63) Days
October 26, 2014
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