Sunday, June 15, 2014: Trinity Sunday

Sunday, June 15, 2014: Trinity Sunday
FAITH CORNER
THREE IN ONE
We have come to know God as
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, the
Blessed Trinity
Our God is a mystery which
we can never fully understand
or put into words. Yet we often
use images to help explain
something about what God is like. We speak of God
as Creator of all things, as the almighty one, as lover,
as judge, as rock. Each of these images tells us
something about God, but no one image could ever
express completely who God is.
Jesus spoke about God as his Father and our
Father, and Jesus spoke about the Spirit whom he
and the Father would send to his Church. Christians
believe that Jesus is the Son of God. As the early
Christians tried to discern how they could talk about
God as Father as Son, and as Holy Spirit, and still
believe in the one God of their ancestors, they began
to use the term, the Holy Trinity. The doctrine of the
Holy Trinity affirms that there is only one God, but
that in God there are three divine Persons: Father,
Son, and Holy Spirit.
National Catechetical Directory
By words and actions, God prepared for the ultimate
disclosure of Himself as a Trinity: Father, Son and
Holy Spirit.
(#83)
The mystery of the Holy Trinity was revealed in
the person, words, and works of Jesus Christ.
(#83)
Catechism of the Catholic Church
The Church never ceases to proclaim her faith in one
only God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
(#152)
The mystery of the Most Holy Trinity is the
central mystery of Christian faith and life. It is the
mystery of God in himself. It is therefore the source
of all the other mysteries of faith, the light that
enlightens them. It is the most fundamental and
essential teaching in the “hierarchy of the truths of
faith”
[GCD 43]. (#234)
Masses, Intentions & Services
Sat. June 14 5:00 p.m.+ Robert Unrein
Sun. June 15 9:30 a.m.+ Henry & Mary Rohr
11:00 a.m. People of the Parish
Wed. June 18 7:30 a.m.+ LeRoy Richmeier
Fri. June 20 7:30 a.m.+ Esther Wasinger Family
Sat. June 21 9:30 a.m.+ Donald Wasinger
Sun. June 22 9:30 a.m.+ Delmer Berens
11:00 a.m. People of the Parish
PARISH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Summer Parish Office Hours: Monday – Thursday:
8am to noon – 1 to 4pm & Friday: 8 to noon.
CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION
on Sunday, June 22, at 2pm, at St.
Nicholas. Join us in celebrating the
Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and
Blood of Christ, traditionally known
as Corpus Christi. Exposition begins
at 2pm, followed by Procession of the Blessed
Sacrament throughout the neighborhood, hymns
and blessing, then back to the church for
Benediction.
FAITH SHARING QUESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK:
ADULTS: If you were to encourage the members of
your own parish to live as a “community of love,”
which is how we define the Trinity, how would you
advise them to live? Use St. Paul’s list of
exhortations as your starting point.
YOUTH: The Trinity is celebrated today. How would
you describe your relationship with God the Father?
With Jesus? With the Spirit?
CHILDREN: When people love each other, how do
they treat each other?
Tithing: Your Gift to God
Fiscal Year: July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014
Collection for the week of June 8
$ 10,575
Weekly Collection to meet Fiscal Budget:
$ 13,244
Fiscal Year Budgeted:
$688,711
Collected Year to Date:
$653,909
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MONEY COUNTERS
JoAnn Koerner, Ramie Wasinger, &
Judith Zerr-Schamberger
Mark & Amanda Lang
Nancy Duffy & Tammy Lawson
Tammy Dreiling & Lisa Hess
Sunday, June 15, 2014: Trinity Sunday
Readings for Eleventh Week in Ordinary Time
Monday, June 16
1 Kgs 21:1-16 / Ps 5:2-3ab, 4b-6a, 6b-7 /
Mt 5:38-42
Tuesday, June 17
1 Kgs 21:17-29 / Ps 51:3-4, 5-6ab, 11 and 16 /
Mt 5:43-48
Wednesday, June 18
2 Kgs 2:1, 6-14 / Ps 31:20, 21, 24 / Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday, June 19 (St. Romuald)
Sir 48:1-14 / Ps 97:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7 / Mt 6:7-15
Friday, June 20
2 Kgs 11:1-4, 9-18, 20 /
Ps 132:11, 12, 13-14, 17-18 / Mt 6:19-23
Saturday, June 21 (St. Aloysius Gonzaga)
2 Chr 24:17-25 / Ps 98:4-5, 29-30, 31-32, 33-34 /
Mt 6:24-34
Sunday, June 22
(The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ)
(Corpus Christi)
Dt 8:2-3, 14b-16a / Ps 147:12-13, 14-15, 19-20 /
1 Cor 10:16-17 / Jn 6:51-58
PARISH AND COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Summer
Adult
Small
Group
opportunity – A
Beginning
Apologetics (how to
defend and explain
your Catholic faith)
group will meet
once a month during
the summer. The dates will be Wednesday, June 18,
July 2, 16, 30, Aug. 13, and 27, at 7pm, at the church.
Book can be purchased at the Messenger
Bookstore.
Backpack for Kids
First Call for Help is sponsoring
Backpack for Kids. The box has
been placed in the gathering
space for donations you may wish
to make.
FAITH FORMATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
Faith Formation News
Confirmation Candidates - Biweekly summer packets will be
mailed to you beginning with
readings for the weekend of June 7
& 8. Work on these throughout the
summer to continue your personal preparation for
the Sacrament of Confirmation on Aug. 10. Please
put all papers in your binder and write responses or
reflections in your notebook. Continue to work on
your service projects. Service Form D is due July
18. Have a Blessed Summer!
Catholic Reading Rack
Are you looking for some good reading,
but aren’t interested in another magazine
subscription? We have a solution!! Take a
look at the new Catholic Reading Center located in
the gathering space. Assembled there are a variety
of wonderful reading resources. On the table are free
reading items and in the rack are items to purchase.
Please use the handy envelopes on the rack for your
donations. St. Nicholas Parish will keep 20% of all
sales. So you get quality reading with no hassle and
help the parish at the same time. Contact Kathy in
the parish office if you have suggestions for other
title.
Catholic Websites
Adults – Divine Office site
http://divineoffice.org/
Children – J Club
http://jclubcatholic.org/activities/Printables.asp
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Families – Family Catechism, interactive
http://www.familycatechism.com/#00111000101
01_+Fr._Lawrence_Lovasik
Teens –Youth Apostolate online
http://www.youthapostles.com/
Catholic Youth Weekly Quiz
http://www.catholicquiz.com/pages/games/quiz
_of_the_week.html
Sunday, June 15, 2014: Trinity Sunday
CATHOLIC SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Holy Family Elementary
May 19 – Aug 15 – Summer Vacation –
No School
June & July – Office Open Tues-Thurs
9am – 4pm (closed over lunch hour)
July 14 – Parker/Used/Gone Logo Uniform Sale,
11am – 6pm, in AC
Aug 6 – Enrollment Day, 7:30am to 2pm, in LT
Aug 11 – New Family Orientation, 7 to 8pm, in LT
Aug 12 –14 – Staff/Faculty In-services
Aug 17 – Back-2-School Bash, 4 to 6pm, in LT
(students bring supplies)
Aug 18 – 1st Day of School, Half Day; Dismissal at
11am
-- You can help support HFE by collecting Box
Tops, Campbell’s & Tyson Labels, cell phones,
batteries, and McDonald’s receipts. Every bit helps
our school! Don’t forget to recycle your aluminum
cans in our trailer in the north parking lot!
-- Holy Family has a kitchen staff position
available in August, 2014. Potential employees
should be willing to work early morning hours, able
to multitask, enjoy working as a team, and serving
others. This 10 month position is approximately 30
hours per week and includes benefits. Interested
individuals can fill out an application in the front office
of Holy Family elementary.
-- Holy Family is searching for an Information
Technician to help fulfill the technology needs of our
school. The potential employee should have
knowledge of networking, computer hardware and
software, cybersecurity, and be willing to assist
teachers, staff, and students with their technology
needs. Additionally, this person would assist both
Holy Family and TMP-Marian with public relations
through the schools’ websites, assist in the creation
of news stories for the school websites, and be
present at some events to take photos. Knowledge
of the Adobe Suite and Wordpress would be helpful.
This position is a 12 month full time position that
includes benefits. Interested individuals should apply
at Holy Family Elementary’s front office. For more
information contact Rachel Wentling.
-- For more information go to www.hfehays.org.
CATHOLIC SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
-- Be a mentor/supervisor to students from around
the world! Thomas More Prep - Marian is looking for
several Resident Advisors for their high school
resident program for the upcoming 2014-2015
school year. Gain experience in working with
teenagers. If you enjoy working with a diverse
population this job is for you. No experience is
necessary but you must be able to pass a
background check and health exam. Overnight and
weekend shifts for an average of 13 shifts per month
are required. College students and patient,
compassionate and responsible adults are
encouraged to apply. Salary includes a monthly
stipend and room & board, cable, internet and
laundry. Call Michelle Fairbank @ 785-432-1212 or
send resumes to: [email protected]
Monarch Football Madness Kicks
Off Again!
Once again TMP-Marian is
selling tickets for Monarch Football Madness, an
exciting fundraiser tied to the NFL 2014 football
season. $500 paid out for the 17 weeks of the regular
football season! Each ticket is valid for the 17 weeks
of the regular football season and can win each
week. Each ticket has three NFL football teams
assigned each week. No two tickets have the same
combination of teams for a given week. The three
team scores added together determine winners
.Each week there are four ways to win! Total prizes
for the length of the fundraiser is $8,500 ($500 per
week for 17 weeks). This is a total of 68 cash prizes.
You can also buy your tickets online! For
complete
details
go
to:
www.tmpm.org/footballmadness/ A suggested donation of
$20 per ticket is accepted and can be sent in to:
TMP-Marian, Attn: Sandy, 1701 Hall Street, Hays,
KS 67601. Multiple tickets may be purchased and
the ticket(s) will be mailed to you showing your
computerized selected teams for each week. Don’t
miss out on this chance to win a cash prize and
support TMP-Marian! If you have any questions, feel
free to contact Sandy Losey at the school at
785-625-6577 or by email at [email protected]
-- For more information go to www.tmp-m.org
Sunday, June 15, 2014: Trinity Sunday
PARISH AND COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
MINISTRY SCHEDULE FOR June 21 & 22
Saturday, 5:00 P.M. Mass
EMHC
Proclaimer
Hospitality
Bernice Kaiser
Clare Gustin #1
Aaron Brady
Deacon
Sarah Gustin #2
Darlene Arnhold
Sacristan
Bryan Brady
Altar Servers
Glen Gabel
Marilyn Gabel
Alayna Arnhold
Marvin Kaiser
Grace Stanton
Gift Bearers
Mary Straub
Jackson Stanton Matt Allen
Sunday, 9:30 A.M. Mass
EMHC
Proclaimer
Hospitality
LeRoy Lang
Michael Reif #1
Bernie Werth
Deacon
Emily Reif #2
Deb Kraus
Sacristan
Pat Lang
Altar Servers
Paul Kraus
Joyce Newell
Drew Morley
Kelly Schmidt
Emma Schmidt
Gift Bearers
Bob Wasinger +
Gracie Schmidt
Ruben Schuckman
Sunday, 11:00 A.M. Mass
EMHC
Proclaimer
Hospitality
Mary Hickman
Patty Stull #1
Wes Leiker
Deacon
Hannah Keil #2
Mike Leiker
Janet Kohl
Sacristan
Jenni Leiker
Altar Servers
Jenni Leiker
Mary Lou Mastin
Nathan Leiker
Kathy Taylor
Tucker Veach
Gift Bearers
Jorge Vazquez
Mindi Veach
Adeline Viegra
Fr. Daryl will be gone from June 9 to 19.
Parish Directories are free to the parishioners who
had their pictures taken. Stop by the parish office to
pick up your directory during office hours.
COFFEE & CONVERSATION – June
22, after the 9:30 a.m. Mass. Hosted by
the Liturgy Committee. Come join us.
Hays Catholic Charities
Just a reminder to please return your
Catholic Charities baby bottles when
you come to Mass next weekend,
June
21-22.
Volunteers
and
containers will be available to receive
them. Thank you for supporting our
work with mothers, fathers, children, and families!
You help us make a difference in the community.
PARISH AND COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
WE PRAY FOR James Hahn, and
Linda Dewey as they celebrate their
Sacrament of Marriage on Saturday,
June 14.
WE WELCOME IN BAPTISM
Jillian Mae Brown, infant daughter of
Scott and Jennifer Brown. She will be
baptized on Saturday, June 14.
MacKayla Ranae Karst, infant daughter
of T.J. and Kristen Karst. She will be baptized on
Sunday, June 15.
Men of Myra is a group of men whose sole purpose
is to gather to break open the upcoming Sunday
Scriptures. We begin at 7:30am, each Saturday.
Following a short prayer the group wrestles with
what the three Sunday Scripture readings are trying
to say to ordinary men in their everyday lives. The
gathering ends with prayer around 8:30am. Bring a
cup of coffee, your favorite Bible, and join us
Saturday mornings.
Women's Scripture sharing group meeting
7:30am-8:30am every Saturday morning at St.
Joseph Parish Center, across the street from St.
Joseph Church. We read through the Sunday
scriptures and participate in discussion. This is not a
Bible Study but a Scripture Sharing. We do have a
printed guide that aides us in directing our
discussion. All women are welcome to attend every
week or drop in....just bring your Bible or Book of
Sunday's readings. Call Laura Sadeghi for more
information
at
785-635-3323
or
[email protected]
STEWARDSHIP RENEWAL FORMS
For those of you who have not returned your forms,
please be sure to send back BOTH forms to the
parish office. Catholic School and Faith
Formation families must complete both forms
and send them back to insure that your child can
be enrolled at HFE, TMP-M or Faith Formation
Program for the 2014-2015 school year.
Sunday, June 15, 2014: Trinity Sunday
PARISH AND COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
PARISH AND COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Mission Appeal will be this weekend June 14 &
15. Speakers will be from Pallottine Fathers and
Brothers Society of the Catholic Apostolate. Here is
a brief description of their Society. Pallottines (The
Society of the Catholic Apostolate) is a religious
community of over 2300 members spread over
several countries in the five continents. It was
founded in Rome in 1835 by St. Vincent Pallotti. He
is considered the pioneer in championing the role of
the Laity in the mission of the Church. He is
recognized as having profoundly influenced teaching
of Vat.II on Laity. The motto of the Society is: “make
everyone a Catholic, every Catholic a good Catholic,
and every good Catholic an Apostle.” In India,
besides carrying out his vision by inspiring laity to
take active role in the church, we run several mission
stations aimed at catering to the needs of the poor
and the underprivileged. We do the same in the
Zambia, Africa as well. We run orphanages for poor
boys and girls, run educational institutions,
dispensaries and other charitable works along with
faith formation. We undertake many social work
programs directly aimed at helping the poor and
needy. In the traditional Catholic areas we
concentrate on re-evangelization and the training of
the laity to become active apostles.
FOOD PANTRY ANNOUNCEMENTS
-- 124 boxes were distributed on the June 7th Pantry
Day.
-- June Food Pantry Dates is: June 21
-- Items of the month for June—Mac-n-cheese and
Ramen Noodles… all varieties are appreciated and
most in need of this month!
-- Monetary Donations can be sent through the
weekend collections or left at the Parish Svc. Ctr.
-- The Kansas Food Bank June Shipment will be
delivered on Monday, June 16. If you have 30
minutes to help carry casegoods to the 2nd floor
around 10:30am, it would be most appreciated! No
need to sign up, just show up! Thank you!
Secular Franciscan Order (SFO)
We are called to conform ourselves
ever more closely to Christ. Some of
us do so by following the example of
St. Francis. For more information
about the meetings or about the
Secular Franciscans in general
please contact Jorge Vazquez at 785-432-3515 or email at [email protected] or Geri Rupp at 785-6281801. Meetings are held at the Catholic Campus
Center every third Sunday at 1:30pm.
HOST FAMILIES are needed for high school
exchange students for the 2014-2015 academic
year. The students will arrive in mid-August 2014
and will attend local high schools. Approved families
may choose from online applications. For more
information, call Wilma Fast at 316-681-1236.
Adoration Chapel needs someone to
cover the hours of 1 to 2am, and 2 to
3am, on Mondays, and 5 to 6pm, on
Saturdays. If interested please contact
Bob Feauto at 628-1429.
Rose McFarland Girls’ Basketball Camp
Date: Monday, June 16 thru Thursday, June 19
Place: Holy Family Elementary Gym and TMP
(Al Billinger Fieldhouse)
Times: 11am to noon Grades 1-2 (next year)
at Holy Family Elementary
1 to 2:30pm Grades 3-4 (next year)
at Holy Family Elementary
3:30 to 5pm Grades 5-6 (next year) at TMP
Camp Coordinator: Rose McFarland
For more information about the camp call 628-6581
or e-mail [email protected]
Please join the Ellis St Mary's CYO organization
for their Ellis Community Dinner on June 22, from
10am until 1pm, or sold out, at the Ellis Knights of
Columbus Hall. Menu: Pan fried chicken buffet
includes mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, coleslaw &
dinner roll with desert Kids 10 and under $5.00
Adults: $10.00.
On Vacation, need to find out weekend Mass times
for the area you are in? Call: 1-800-MASS-TIME or
visit on the web: www.masstimes.org.
Sunday, June 15, 2014: Trinity Sunday
PARISH AND COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
This We Believe…
Adult Formation Series
“Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone
who asks you for a reason for your hope”
—1 Peter 3:15
Immaculate Heart of Mary will be offering a series of
talks for adults again this summer. This year we will
focus on Apologetics, being able to give an
explanation of our faith. Join us as we explore how
to answer questions from atheism, “Bible-only”
Christianity, and secularism. There is no cost or sign
up. Come every week or only when you can.
Wednesdays June 11 to Aug. 27
7:30pm
In the Little Theater
June 18: The Crusades
with Fr. Richard Daise from Ellis
June 25: The Existence of God
with Fr. Gnanasekar from IHM
July 2: Mary
with Dcn. Andrew Rockers
Movie Night Under the Stars!
When was the last time you loaded up your car with a
date, family or best friends and pulled into the drive-in
theatre for a night full of fun and a great movie? You
can re-live those memories as your IHM
Evangelization Team hosts its second annual
DRIVE-IN movie night! Bring your date, your family,
your best friends OR just bring yourself! We invite you
to come ALIVE with our parish family!
Who: ANYONE and EVERYONE IS INVITED
What: Letters to God (Rated PG)
* view trailer at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1462054/ *
When: Saturday, July 12, 2014
Where: IHM North Parking Lot
Time: 9pm
Cost: A Food Pantry Item– July needs are pasta &
Mac-n-Cheese; fruit-canned, sauces, dried, jellies,
juices; proteintuna, chicken, chef-boy-ardees.
Fill a cooler with your favorite beverage (no alcohol
allowed), bring lawn chairs, blankets and pillows to
enjoy the show under the stars! Vehicles can be parked
in East or South lots. IHM CYO will be serving popcorn
for a real drive-in movie feel. In case of inclement
weather, please find updates on our IHM Facebook
page.
THE DAYS AHEAD
June 17 Tri-Parish Jesus Through Mary Prayer
Group, 9am, St. Joseph’s Service Center
-- Community Assistance Center Garage
Sale, 12th & Oak St., 8 to 11am
June 18 Single and Beyond Food and Fellowship
Meet at (south) Wendy’s, 1800 Vine, 6pm
Bring a friend.
June 21 Men of Myra, 7:30am
-- Rosary in the St. Nicholas Church, 4:30pm
June 22 Rosary in the St. Nicholas Church, 9am
SALINA DIOCESE ANNOUNCEMENTS
SCHOLARSHIPS
The following scholarship applications are now
available through the parish office. Marymount
Memorial Educational Trust Scholarship (new and
renewal
application
available).
Eligibility
requirements include being an active registered
member of a Catholic parish in the Diocese of Salina;
must attend a Catholic college as fulltime student.
Monsignor Clement Kruse Scholarship Fund:
applicant must be an active registered member of a
Catholic parish in the Diocese of Salina. Deadline for
both scholarships is July 1.
FATHER’S DAY PRAYER
God Our Father, in your wisdom and love you made
all things. Bless those fathers who have taken upon
themselves the responsibility of parenting. Bless
those who have lost a spouse to death, separation,
or divorce and who are parenting their children
alone. Strengthen all Dads by your love that they
may become the loving, caring, person they are
meant to be. Grant this
through Christ our Lord.
Amen