Date Holy Mass Intentions Readings

Date
Holy Mass Intentions
Readings
Saturday
October 25
Thirtieth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
4:00 p.m.
Fred Brady
6:00 p.m.
Carmen Perez
Exodus 22: 20-26
Psalm 18: 2-4, 47, 51
1 Thessalonians 1: 5c-10
Matthew 22: 34-40
Sunday
October 26
Thirtieth Sunday
in Ordinary Time
8:00 a.m.
Lew Turco
10:30 a.m.
People of the Parish (L&D)
5:00 p.m.
Walter DeHosse, Jr.
Exodus 22: 20-26
Psalm 18: 2-4, 47, 51
1 Thessalonians 1: 5c-10
Matthew 22: 34-40
Monday
October 27
12:00 noon
Dorothy Speeney
Tuesday
October 28
Saints Simon and Jude, Apostles
Ephesians 2: 19-22
Psalm 19: 2-5
Luke 6: 12-16
Wednesday
October 29
6:30 p.m.
Souls in Purgatory
Thursday
October 30
12:00 noon
Claire Altimari
Friday
October 31
Saturday
November 1
Solemnity of All Saints
Ephesians 4: 32—5: 8
Psalm 1: 1-4, 6
Luke 13: 10-17
Ephesians 6: 1-9
Psalm 145: 10-14
Luke 13: 22-30
Ephesians 6: 10-20
Psalm 144: 1b, 2, 9-10
Luke 13: 31-35
Philippians: 1-11
Psalm 111: 1-6
Luke 14: 1-6
12:00 noon
People of the Parish (L&D)
Readings for Sunday 11/02/2014
Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed
Wisdom 3: 1-9
Psalm 23: 1-6
Romans 5: 5-11
John 6: 37-40
Revelations 7: 2-4, 9-14
Psalm 24: 1b-4b, 5-6
1 John 3: 1-3
Matthew 5: 1-12a
The Fatima Prayer
O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of
hell, and lead all souls to heaven,
especially those in most need of Thy mercy. Amen.
Memorare
Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to thy
protection, implored thy help or sought thine intercession was left unaided. Inspired by this confidence,
I fly unto thee, O Virgin of virgins, my mother; to thee do I come, before thee I stand, sinful and
sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions,
but in thy mercy hear and answer me. Amen.
FOR ALL OUR DEARLY
BELOVED DEPARTED
The names of those who have recently
passed from this life to the next will
remain on the bulletin necrology for
nine weeks. They will then be transferred to the
permanent parish necrology, also known as the
Book of the Dead. Mass Intentions for loved ones
after this time will be printed the week that the
Holy Mass is scheduled.
Lord Jesus, remember especially in loving mercy:
Donald Bragg, Garland Barnes, William
Telscher, Joyce Manuel, David McCarthy,
Mercedes Checo, Lew Turco, Dorothy Speeney,
Claire Altimari, Josephina Escamilla, Walter
DeHosse, Jr.
Bethlehem Wood Carving
Our friend Louie from the Holy Land will be at
SVdP on November 1 and 2 after all Holy Masses.
Everyone is invited to check out the beautiful olive wood
religious items. Christians in Bethlehem have supported
their families for many years by selling these beautiful
works. They face many challenges due to the terrible
situation there and from the lack of pilgrims visiting the
holy land. These hardship have caused families to flee in
search of income to feed their families. This art work gives
Christians in Bethlehem a chance to survive. In 1982,
Catholic Christians made up 18% of the population in the
holy land. Now they number only 2%, and their future is of
great concern. Your generosity toward theses hard-working
Catholics will help to protect the holy site and to insure
future generations of a Catholic presence in the holy land.
All Souls Novena
The All Souls Novena will begin on Saturday, November 1,
at the 4:00 p.m. Holy Mass and will continue for nine
Holy Masses, through Saturday, November 8, at the 6:00
p.m. Holy Mass. If you would like to have a loved one
remembered during the Novena, please pick up an envelope
in the Narthex, fill it out, and return it to the parish office.
IN YOUR PRAYERS
To request prayers for
yourself, or for loved ones who are sick, or who
have special intentions, please list their name in
the Book of Petitions located on the table across
from Fr. Adrian’s office. Prayer intentions will be
listed in the bulletin for one week and will remain
in the Book of Petitions for a period of six
months. Names listed before Monday will be
printed in the bulletin the following weekend.
Fr. Omar Loggiodice, Deacon Steve Bek,
Robert Donovan, Marylou Bishop, Rita Bek,
Chris Long, Jeremiah Sullivan, Brandi
Sullivan, Julia Nunez and family, Onate
Escamilla family, Mata Magana, Mata Onate,
Katy Dillion, David Najib Chahrouri, Sarah
Fries, David Lojo, Steven Marks
We ask the Lord to grant them
comfort and healing.
Notice to SVdP Lectors
Lector workbooks for 2015, in English and
Spanish, have arrived. They are located in
the Resource Room on the left, as you enter the
room.
SVdP Catholic Church
Christmas Assistance
The Parish of Saint Vincent de Paul
would like to help to feed families in
need and to assist with modest presents this Christmas. Due to the generosity of the St. Vincent de Paul
Society and their assistance within the Paulding
County Community at large, we will provide
assistance to parishioners only. If you need help this
Christmas or you know of a parishioner or parish
family who may need assistance, please complete a
Christmas Help Request Form and return it to Fr.
Adrian Pleus or Debbie Chisholm prior to November
10, 2014. Forms are available outside the
Receptionists’ office (Office # 13).
Respect For Life Month
Ministry Schedule
10
Saturday, November 1 - 4 p.m. Holy Mass
Deacon:
Lectors:
Nancy Chisholm
Nancy Chisholm
E.O.M.H.C.:
Lee Burger
Eucharistic Guardians: Julie Burger
Marguerite Avery
Servers:
Dave Krut
Adam Ware
Rhys Lawler
Ushers:
Dave Gover
Ken Bishop
Bill Gilbert
Set Up:
Regina Harding
Greeter:
Dawn Finan
Saturday, November 1 - 6 p.m. Holy Mass
Deacon:
Lectors:
Hilda Fuentes
Cerela Vera
E.O.M.H.C.:
Juan Rodriguez
Eucharistic Guardians: Alexis Poche
Jose Alvarado
Servers:
Daniel Fuentes
Willy and Maleny Perez
Ushers:
Adolfo Fuentes, Sr.
Set Up:
Alexis Poche
Greeter:
Need a volunteer
Sunday, November 2 - 8 a.m. Holy Mass
Deacon:
Lectors:
Joe Adams
Diane Long
E.O.M.H.C.:
Millie Reisinger
Eucharistic Guardians: Steve and Joni Pfaff
Servers:
Kevin Hew
Emmanuel Alerte
Chance Wilson
Ushers:
Tony Pucci Bob Strauss Brent Buechler
Set Up:
Cathy Bigler
Greeter:
Need a volunteer
Sunday, November 2- 10:30 a.m. Holy Mass
Deacon:
Lectors:
Brett Adams
Stephen Bain
E.O.M.H.C.:
Mary Selano
Denise Kollenberg
Eucharistic Guardians: Julia Palacios Pam Kropff Mary Berg
Servers:
Larry Kropff
Andrew Gerner
Bobby Hightower
Ushers:
Paggy Penney Robert Dodd Kent Kolleneberg
Set Up:
Jan Evangelista
Greeter:
Denise Kollenberg
Sunday, November 2 - 5 p.m. Holy Mass
Deacon:
Lectors:
Kathryn Kolencik
Kathryn Kolencik
E.O.M.H.C.:
Beth Palacios
Eucharistic Guardians: Mike Terrill
Lorraine Dannehold
Servers:
Cameron Ebelhar Eric Lyon
Sean Bek
Ushers:
Catherine Gallagher
Fred Lojo
Set Up:
Sue Terrill
Greeter:
Need a volunteer
The ministry schedule
is also available on-line at
www.saintvincentdepaulchurch.org.
As you continue to observe October as Respect life
Month, we must remember to accompany the
teaching on the morality of abortion with the clear
message that the Church offers hope and healing
for those experiencing emotional and spiritual
wounds after an abortion. The archdiocesan Project
Rachel Ministry was established to provide
compassionate care and help to women and men
who are suffering because of an abortion. Project
Rachel is a part of the Respect Life Ministry, and
our services include confidential and caring
referrals to priests, therapists, counselors or support
groups as appropriate. For confidential help in
dealing with the aftermath of abortion,
please contact Project Rachel at
(404) 920-7365,
[email protected],
or visit http://www.archatl.com/ministries/
respectlife/healingafterabortion.html.
New Request for Action
Family Detention Centers
Many women and children
crossing the southern border deserve
refugee status because of the violence in their
homeland. Until their status can be determined,
they are being kept in detention centers in
several parts of the United States.
Representatives of the Catholic Bishops of the
United States have visited these detention
centers and characterize them as inhumane,
expensive, wasteful, and contrary to American
values.
http://www.justiceforimmigrants.org/
documents/Family-Detention-TalkingPoints.pdf.
The bishops of the United States, through their
Justice for Immigrants campaign, are asking us
to contact President Obama and urge him to
stop the extension of these detention centers
and implement community based alternatives.
Further information and a proposed letter to the
White House is found at
http://www.capwiz.com/justiceforimmigrants/
issues/alert/?alertid=63454631&type=PR.
The Women’s Guild Care Calendar
As our parish grows, there is an increasing need to
provide families with meals during illness or life
changing events. In an effort to better coordinate the
planning of such assistance, the Women’s Altar Rosary
Guild will be utilizing carecalendar.org. Currently, the
Donovan family has an immediate need. If you would
like to help by providing a meal for the Donovan
family, simply log into carecalendar.org, and enter the
calendar id# 192879, and security code 3042. From
there you can sign up for the day(s) that will be
convenient for you. Clicking on "more details " listed
under "recipient" will give you more information in
regards to specific dietary needs, likes, dislikes and
other information. Thank you to the Women’s Altar
Rosary Guild for providing food recently to the
Gallagher and Bishop families.
The First Fruits of our Labor
Offerings October 18th and 19th
Holy Mass
1st Coll.
Sat. 4:00 p.m.
Sat. 6:00 p.m.
Sun. 8:00 a.m.
Sun. 10:30 a.m.
Sun. 5:00 p.m.
E Payments
Online Donations
Total 1st Collection
2nd Collection
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$ 8,692.70
World Missions
Online Donations
Total 2nd Collection
1,388.59
465.00
1,517.85
2,047.95
1,453.00
1,270.31
550.00
$
$
$
938.24
30.00
968.24
The November 1st - 2nd second collection is
for the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal Fund.
Advance Directive for Health Care
It’s something that we like to avoid thinking about, but
end-of-life health care decisions are important.
Families might not know what their loved one would
want done in a particular health care emergency;
doctors, not trained in Catholic teaching, might end up
making medical decisions that a person doesn’t want;
families might have to wrestle with who makes the
final health care decision. Georgia provides an answer
to these difficult issues with an Advance Directive for
Health Care (ADHC). An ADHC tells families and
physicians the health care decisions a patient wants
during incapacity, and it provides for the appointment
of a health care agent to help make any other medical
decisions. It is a legal document, and as such carries the
weight of the law. Filling out the ADHC can be a
daunting task. However, St. Vincent de Paul
parishioners are here to provide free help. If you would
like more information on ADHCs or would like help
with filling out an ADHC, please e-mail
[email protected] or call (229) 251-0039.
High School Retreat
December 12-14
Camp Gideon in Acworth, GA
Please contact Martha Vahanian with questions, to
register, or to volunteer at (678) 849-3737 or at
[email protected]
Solemnity of All Saints
All Saints Day Holy Mass will be celebrated on
November 1, at 12 noon. Children are invited to dress
as their favorite saint and process in at the beginning of
the All Saints Day Holy Mass. All children wishing to
participate should arrive in the narthex by 11:45 a.m.
An All Saints Day party will follow Holy Mass in
Simpson Hall. Since it is going to be lunchtime, we ask
that you bring a food dish to share. We will supply the
drinks and treats. A sign-up sheet for ministry
volunteers is posted on the ministry bulletin board.
Pope Francis’ October Prayer Intentions
Peace: That the Lord may grant peace to those parts of the world most battered
by war and violence.
World Mission Day: That World Mission Day may rekindle zeal in every believer
for carrying the Gospel into the whole world.
St. Vincent de Paul Church
is seeking a part-time
Monday and Tuesday
8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.
RECEPTIONIST- ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Applicants must be proficient in writing and speaking
in both English and Spanish, have a high school
diploma, at least two years of prior work related
experience, and be proficient in the use of office
computer software including Microsoft Word,
Publisher, Excel and Outlook. Previous experience in
a church setting and knowledge of the Catholic Faith,
experience in ParishSoft and a working knowledge of
sacramental guidelines are highly desirable.
Candidates should be courteous, pleasant and enjoy
communicating with callers, visitors and staff. A
cooperative, willing to pitch-in and get the job done
attitude is necessary. Please e-mail resumes to the
parish Business Manager at
[email protected]
Election Prayer for Life
O God, we acknowledge you today as Lord, not only of
individuals, but of nations and governments. We thank you for the
privilege of being able to organize ourselves politically, and of
knowing that political loyalty does not have to mean disloyalty to
you. We thank you for your law, which our Founding Fathers
acknowledged and recognized as higher than any human law. We
thank you for the opportunity that this election year puts before us,
to exercise our solemn duty not only to vote, but to influence
countless others to vote, and to vote correctly. Lord, we pray that
your people may be awakened. Let them realize that while politics
is not their salvation, their response to you requires that they be
politically active. Awaken your people to know that they are not
called to be a sect fleeing the world, but rather a community of
faith renewing the world. Awaken them to know that the same
hands lifted up to you in prayer are the hands that pull the lever in
the voting booth; that the same eyes that read your Word are the
eyes that read the names on the ballot, and that they do not cease to
be Christians when they enter the voting booth. Awaken your
people to a commitment to justice, to the sanctity of marriage and
the family, to the dignity of each individual human life, and to the
truth that human rights begin when human lives begin, and not one
moment later. Lord, we rejoice today that we are citizens of your
kingdom. May that make us all the more committed to being
faithful citizens on earth. We ask this through Jesus Christ
our Lord. Amen.
ARCHBISHOP’S ANNUAL APPEAL 2014
“You shall love your neighbor as yourself”
Leviticus 19:18
St. Vincent de Paul's Parish Goal: $48,600.00
Amount Pledged:
$53,688.66
Amount Paid:
$39,928.12
33-Days to Morning Glory
Looking for the quickest, surest, and easiest way to
holiness, but don’t know where to begin? In our hectic
time, St. Pope John Paul II and Blessed Mother Teresa
knew that the quickest way to be transformed into a
saint is through a relationship with Our Blessed Mother
Mary. Join us on November 2nd as we begin a 33-Day
preparation for Marian Consecration. For six weeks we
will reflect on four great Marian saints who will teach
us the secret to drawing closer to the Heart of Jesus
through the Heart of Mary. Weekly meetings will be on
Sunday nights from 6:15 - 8:15 p.m. in Room 6. We
will share insights with our small group and watch
a video by Fr. Michael Gaitley. Cost is $30 for
materials. Please contact Mary Ware at
(770) 222-0624. This is a simple and easy way to be
spiritually renewed and to grow in holiness!
Please Note: New e-mail address
for Bulletin Announcements!
All Bulletin announcement requests
should be forwarded to
[email protected]
on or before Monday of each week, to be
included in the Bulletin for the upcoming weekend.
Congratulations!
Our Fall 2014 softball team, the St.
Vincent de Paul Crusaders, had an
awesome season and won the championship.
Congratulations to the Crusaders and their team
coordinator, Steve Pfaff.
Thank you !
We appreciate the help of everyone who helped
beautify the church buildings and grounds on Saturday,
October 18. We especially thank the Knights of
Columbus for all their hard work and efforts in
coordinating the clean up.
5
Knights of Columbus
Organization Meeting
7:30
6
Tue
7
14
21
28
Thu
Fri
Sat
October 2014
Wed
3
Movie Night after 4:00
p.m .Holy Mass
God’s Not Dead
25
Parish Clean-up Day
9:00 a.m.—12:00 noon
18
Knights of Columbus Mens’
Bible Study
7:00 a.m.
11
31
24
17
10
2
30
23
16
9
1
29
22
Healing Holy Mass
6:30 p.m.
15
8
4
Blessing of Animals
3:00 p.m.
Youth Group Fundraiser
Food Sales following Mass
The following schedule is in effect unless otherwise noted:
Weekend Holy Masses: Saturday Vigil 4 p.m. & en Español at 6 p.m.
Sundays 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Daily Holy Mass: Monday 12 Noon; Wednesday 6:30 p.m.; Thursday 12 Noon
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Wednesday 5-6:15 p.m.; Saturday 2:30-3:45 p.m.
The Charismatic Prayer Group meets on Saturdays following the 6:00 p.m. Holy Mass.
Adult Choir practice - Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Youth Group Fundraiser
Food Sales following Mass
13
Mon
12
Knights of Columbus
Rosary 6:30 p.m.
Social 6:45 p.m..
Meeting 7:00 p.m.
Sun
The Stations of the Cross
will be prayed for the
Unborn
Following 10:30 a.m. Holy
Mass
2:00 pm
20
27
Women’s Altar Rosary Guild
Social 6:30 p.m.
Rosary 7:00 p.m.
Meeting 7:30 p.m .
Staff Meeting
19
Baptism Class (English)
9:15 a.m.
26
Parish Potluck Social
following 10:30 a.m. Holy
Mass
Priesthood Sunday