CORONATION OF OUR LADY CATHOLIC CHURCH Welcome to Our Parish! October 26, 2014

CORONATION OF OUR LADY
CATHOLIC CHURCH
13000 Bennington, Grandview, Missouri 64030
October 26, 2014
Welcome to Our Parish!
PASTORAL STAFF
Father Stephen Hansen, Pastor
Father Sandy Sinclair, Pastor Emeritus
Deacon Mike Dennis
PARISH OFFICE STAFF
Mr. Preston Rinne, Business Manager
Mrs. Mollie Lannigan, Office Assistant
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Monday - Thursday
PHONE: 816-761-8811/ FAX: 816-761-8812
RECTORY: 816-761-8814 (Emergency Only)
CHURCH E-MAIL: [email protected]
WEB SITE: http://www.coronationofourlady.org
SCHOOL OF RELIGION
Contact the Parish Office for Information
MUSIC DIRECTOR
Mrs. Carol Feuerborn
PARISH COUNCIL
Pete Baranowski…………..General Membership
Nicole Collins……………..New Member/Young Family
Dave Chapman…………….Knights of Columbus
Martha Draskovich…….….General Membership
Jim Feuerborn……………..General Membership
Jaci Heins………………….New Member/Young Family
Renee` Jordan……………..Altar & Rosary Society
Paul Linnane………………General Membership
Bernie Lohkamp…………..General Membership
Terri O’Donnell…………...Legion of Mary
Mike Rimmer……………...Finance
Office Staff………………..Office
Open………………………Young Single-Adults
2014 Bulletin Article Submission Deadlines
October 26 for the weekend of November 8-9
November 2 for the weekend of November 15-16
November 9 for the weekend of November 22-23 & 29-30
Thanksgiving weekend is due early on the 9th
Email to:
[email protected]
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekends:
Saturday - 4:00 PM
Sunday - 8:15 & 10:45 AM
Weekdays:
9:00 AM - Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat.
6:15 AM - Tuesday
6:30 PM - Wednesday
Holy Days:
See inside for schedule
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
1/2 hour before each Mass; Saturday 2:15 - 3:45PM; Wednesday
after Mass until 8:00PM or upon request
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM: Inquire at the Parish Office
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
Contact: Father Stephen Hansen at least 9 months in advance.
SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION: Inquire at the Parish Office.
COMMUNION TO THE HOMEBOUND
Call: Deacon Mike Dennis, 761-6478 - If you are unable to attend
Mass due to age, illness, or are recovering from surgery, call the
Parish Office so that Communion may be brought to you.
CATECHUMENATE Please inquire through Parish Office.
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
Monday - Friday. Contact Deacon Mike Dennis, 761-6478
ROSARY FOR LIFE: 3rd Sunday each month after 10:45am Mass
MINISTERS OF CARE
Coordinator: Mollie Lannigan, 763-1193 - If you or a member of
your family is hospitalized or is in need of our ministry, call the
Parish Office. HIPPA law prevents notification from the hospitals.
FUNERAL DINNER MINISTRY: Call Sheila Park, 347-9159
ANNULMENT PROCESS: Inquire through the Parish Office.
DIOCESAN VICTIM ADVOCATE & OMBUDSMAN:
The Diocese of KC-St. Joseph is committed to combating sexual abuse in
the Church. If you are a victim of sexual abuse, or if you observe or
suspect sexual abuse:
1. Call the Missouri Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-392-3738 if the victim
is currently under the age of 18, and
2. Contact your local law enforcement agency or call 911, and
3. Report suspected sexual abuse of a minor or vulnerable adult to the
Diocesan Ombudsman, Jenifer Valenti, at 816-812-2500 or
[email protected], if the abuse involves a priest, deacon, employee, or
volunteer of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph. The Diocese has a
sincere commitment to providing care and healing resources to victims of
abuse and their families. Please contact Victim Advocate Mary Bultmann
at 816-714-2387 or [email protected] for more information.
Coronation of Our Lady Catholic Church
PARISH EVENTS THIS WEEK
Sunday, October 26
8:15 AM
9:30 AM
9:30 AM
10:45 AM
12:00 PM
Mass
School of Religion
The Gospel of John Bible Study
Mass
Computer Class
Monday, October 27
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
9:00 AM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
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Terri O’Donnell, the president of our Legion of Mary,
wrote recently: “The Legion of Mary, Queen of Peace
Praesidium recently celebrated its second year anniversary. All auxiliary members were invited to a meeting and
potluck in appreciation for their continued prayers as
auxiliary members. There was a great turnout and all enjoyed the delicious food and fellowship that followed.
The Legion very much appreciates all the prayers, works
and acts of kindness done on behalf of Our Lady by all its
auxiliary members as well as active members. May she
continue to guide us in the coming years.”
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
That Man is You Program & Breakfast
Mass
Adult Faith Formation Team Meeting
O.re.mus Class in the Family Room
Tuesday, October 28
6:15 AM
6:45 AM
9:00 AM
9:30 AM
Mass
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Mass
Tuesday Morning Reflection & Prayer Group
Wednesday, October 29
12:00 PM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
I had the privilege of being at the meeting, and am so
grateful for the works of the auxiliary and active members of the Legion. The prayers behind the scenes and
the door to door evangelization, among the other good
works of the Legion, are pillars for the future of this wonderful parish. May Mary, Queen of Peace, continue her
good work at Coronation, and may many others respond
to her call to join her Legion!
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Mass
Theology of the Body Class
Computer Class
Choir Practice
Thursday, October 30
6:00 AM Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
9:00 AM Mass
7:00 PM RCIA for Catechumens
The Legion meets on Friday’s at 5:30pm. Their meetings
last about an hour. Please visit their booth in the vestibule after Mass next weekend and ask them about attending a meeting or becoming an auxiliary.
Friday, October 31
9:00 AM Mass
5:30 PM Legion of Mary
Saturday, November - All Saints Day
God Bless,
Fr. Stephen Hansen
9:00 AM Mass
4:00 PM Mass
Sunday, November 2 - All Souls Day
8:15 AM
9:30 AM
9:30 AM
10:15 AM
10:45 AM
12:00 PM
Mass - Continental Breakfast
School of Religion
The Gospel of John Gospel Study
Choir Practice before Mass
Mass - Continental Breakfast by Choir
Computer Class
Would You Like to Join Our Parish Community?
Catholic adults should be registered members of a parish and
Catholic families, who wish their children to be enrolled in the
Parish School of Religion or receive the sacraments should also
be registered. Registration forms are available in the in the
vestibule and the parish office. Welcome!!!!
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ADULT FAITH FORMATION
“The mission of the Adult Faith Formation Team of Coronation of Our Lady Parish is to plan and provide
quality opportunities for adults based on the Gospel and the Catechism of the Catholic Church so they may
live Christ centered Catholic lives that contribute to the building of God’s Kingdom within family, parish
and global community”.
2014-2015 Classes & Faith Sharing
Bishop Helpsing Institute - New Classes
The Gospel of John Bible Study
Sundays — 9:30-10:30am in our Parish Classroom/Library
Liturgy and Sacraments - 6 week Course
Examines the public worship due to God and offered by the
Mystical Body of Christ, the Church. It delves into the celebration of the Christian mystery, the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the re-presentation of this mystery
here and now through the liturgy.
That Man is You—The Revelation of the Father
“The Challenge to Change the World”
Mondays — 6-7am
Breakfast, Program, Discussion & Prayer
Register at: www.mybhi.org/liturgy-and-sacraments/ or call
816-714-2331. COST: $25 or $40 (married couple)
Our Lady of Guadalupe (St. Jo) & St. John Lalande (Blue
Springs) on November 3rd, Christ the King (KC) on November
5th, St. Andrew the Apostle (Gladstone) on November
6 and The Catholic Center (KC) on Saturday, November 8th.
Please see www.mybhi.org/liturgy-and-sacraments/ for
times.
Tuesday Morning Faith-Sharing Group
Resumes the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month beginning on
November 4 & 18 and December 2 & 16.
Includes discussions on Catholic topics from the Catechism,
Encyclical Letters, Social Issues impacting Catholics and other
similar topics. Group discussion is led by Fr. Stephen Hansen.
Church History II
Investigates the major moments and movements in
Church history over the last six centuries. These movements
include the Protestant Revolution, the Catholic Reformation,
the formation of great religious orders (e.g. Jesuits, Salesians),
missionary endeavors in the New World, Vatican Councils I and
II, as well as the reigns of Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI
and the modern age of martyrdom. The actions and promptings of the Holy Spirit within the Church are highlighted.
Tuesday Morning Reflection & Prayer Group
October 28, November 11, 25 & December 9
Meets every other Tuesday after Mass from 9:45-10:45am. An
opportunity for reflection and prayer based on Sacred Scripture led by Sr. Clare Gappa.
Men of Valor, Women of Virtue & Youth for Truth
10th Annual Conference
Topic: “Love, Sexuality & Brain Science”
Register at: http://mybhi.org/church-history-ii/ or call 816714-2331. Cost: $25 or $40 (married couple) and will come
to Holy Trinity Parish (Weston) on Nov. 5, 12, 19, and Dec.
3 from 6:30-9pm.
Nov. 14– Youth& Couples events, 7-10pm
Church of the Ascension Overland Park, KS.
Nov. 15—Men & Teen Boys 8am-4pm
Colonial Presbyterian 95— Wornall Rd. KCMO
Nov. 15—Women & Teen Girls 8am-4pm
Christ the King Parish 8510 Wornall Rd. KCMO
Early Bird registration from $10-$30, visit www.kcvalor.com
Apostolic Fathers
Will study the documents of the earliest Fathers of the Church
who lived just after the New Testament. We will read the writings of St. Clement of Rome; St. Ignatius of Antioch, St. Polycarp, the letter of Diognetus, and the Didache. We will study
the lives and teachings of these early Christians and show the
continuity between the New Testament and the developing
Church of the Second Century. Be inspired by the lives of these
early saints and martyrs. See firsthand the marks of the Church
as One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic.
Adult Faith Formation Lending Library & Media Room
All books or DVDs donated to the AFF Lending Library must be
reviewed and approved by an AFF team member and Fr. Hansen before being added to the library. Contact Kim Nguyen at
913-375-8996 to set up a time to bring them up to church.
Register: http://mybhi.org/apostolic-fathers/or call 816-7142331. Cost: $25 or $40 (married couple) and will come to the
Catholic Center on Nov. 5, 12, 19 from 7-9pm. This course is
being offered for the City On A Hill Young Adult group, but
anyone who is interested is welcome to attend.
Oremus Class
Last 2 classes are October 27 & November 3 @ 7pm
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PARISH NEWS
Altar & Rosary Society
RCIA Classes for Catechumens
RCIA meets on every Thursday through Easter, at 7:30pm
except the 4th Thursday of the month in the Parish Hall.
November 22: Apple Cider Craft & Quilt Show 9am-4pm
30th Anniversary
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Knights of Columbus
This fundraiser provides the hosts, wine, altar linens, candles,
missals, altar boy cassocks, surplices, cups and more as requested for our Parish Sacristy.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS - Council 14972 News
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Knights of Columbus
Next Meeting is November 18
Volunteers are needed (for 2 or 3 hour shifts) to help in our
Santa’s Christmas Store (Pat Julo 787-9425), Holiday Bakery
(Carolyn Cullum 763-2363), Sally the Elf’s Boutique (Sally
Davila 322-4694). We will also be having an ‘Apple Pie’ and
‘Most Creative Use of Apples’ contests. Details coming soon!!!
Meets the third Tuesday of each month in the Parish Center. Rosary
at 6:40pm followed by meeting at 7:00pm. Interested practicing
Catholic men are invited to meet with members of the council to discuss their participation.
Grand Knight, David Chapman @ 331-9087
Deputy Grand Knight, Sean Madden @ 699-9288
Financial Secretary, Jim Reed @ 289-6730
December 2: Strawberry Hill Museum & Cultural Center
$25.00 & R.S.V.P due by November 1
with Carolyn Cullum @ 816-763-2363
Queen of Peace Legion of Mary Praesidium
We need 20 rsvps to secure the ethnic
dinner reservation.
Meets every Friday at 5:30 pm in Parish Family Room
The Legion of Mary is the largest apostolic organization of lay
people in the Catholic Church. Members become instruments
of the Holy Spirit through a balanced program of prayer and
service. Works include parishioner visitation, door-to-door
evangelization, religious education and meeting the needs of
the parish community. All are invited and welcome to come as
a guest to a Legion of Mary meeting! There is no obligation.
This day trip event includes a guided tour of the historic Museum which will be beautifully decorated for the Holidays and
an authentic ethnic meal. The museum and area has a lot of
Catholic History to share. Checks should be made out to
Coronation Altar & Rosary. Invite your friends. Don’t Miss
Out on this special event!!
December 9: 4th Qtr. Dinner, Meeting & Christmas Party
Adoration of the Eucharist
Renee Jordan - [email protected]
Jaci Heins – [email protected]
Mollie Lannigan – [email protected]
Carolyn Cullum – [email protected]
Weekly HOURS of ADORATION of the Holy Eucharist
Monday: 6am - 10pm Tuesday: 6:45am - 9am
Wednesday: 12– 10pm Thursday: 7am - 10pm
Friday: 7am –10pm
We have a few empty time slots that need to be filled.
Dcn. Mike [email protected]/or Terri O’[email protected]
Music in Worship
Please consider volunteering to serve as music minister for our
Sunday liturgies. If you are interested in cantoring, singing in a
choir, or playing piano/organ - OR - if you know anyone who
is, please contact Carol Feuerborn 318-3931 or the parish office for more information. Our parish needs you!
Adult Choir: Sing on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 10:45
and practice at 10:15am before Mass.
Serra Club
Thank You for supporting our Southeast KC Seminarian Program. Our seminarians and the men and women in discernment for the consecrated life deserve our prayers and support.
We promote religious vocations, and meet twice per month in
our parish. Contact: Deacon Mike [email protected] or Barbara Eckart @ 765-4716 to learn more.
Christmas Rosary from McVan
Outdoor Fall Cleanup - Got Time??
If you would like to help clean up around
church contact Pat Julo 787-9425 there is always something that needs to be done before winter approaches. Kids can help too!
7MM Crystal & glass pearl beads with silver ox nativity center
and featuring 3 wise men, good shepherd, angel and star for
the Our Father beads. Deluxe gift boxed. Cost. $12.00. Preorders taken after Mass the weekend of October 25-26.
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APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION
EVANGELII GAUDIUM of the Holy Father Francis
to the Bishops, Clergy, Consecrated Persons, & Lay Faithful
on the Proclamation of the Gospel in Today’s World
the joy of the gospel - A joy ever new, a joy which is shared
New Fiscal Year Beginning July 2014
Collections on October 19: $4,985.88
CHAPTER ONE
THE CHURCH’S MISSIONARY TRANSFORMATION
Taking the first step, being involved and supportive, bearing
fruit and rejoicing.
II. Pastoral activity and conversion
An ecclesial renewal which cannot be deferred
36. All revealed truths derive from the same divine source and
are to be believed with the same faith, yet some of them are
more important for giving direct expression to the heart of the
Gospel. In this basic core, what shines forth is the beauty of the
saving love of God made manifest in Jesus Christ who died and
rose from the dead. In this sense, the Second Vatican Council
explained, “in Catholic doctrine there exists an order or a
‘hierarchy’ of truths, since they vary in their relation to the foundation of the Christian faith”.[38] This holds true as much for
the dogmas of faith as for the whole corpus of the Church’s
teaching, including her moral teaching.
Expenses: $105,647.89 Income $114,568.08
Hospitality Sundays
If your parish organization or family would like to host a
‘continental breakfast’, please contact Linda Brown7658278.
37. Saint Thomas Aquinas taught that the Church’s moral teaching has its own “hierarchy”, in the virtues and in the acts which
proceed from them.[39] What counts above all else is “faith
working through love” (Gal 5:6). Works of love directed to one’s
neighbour are the most perfect external manifestation of the
interior grace of the Spirit: “The foundation of the New Law is in
the grace of the Holy Spirit, who is manifested in the faith which
works through love”.[40] Thomas thus explains that, as far as
external works are concerned, mercy is the greatest of all the
virtues: “In itself mercy is the greatest of the virtues, since all
the others revolve around it and, more than this, it makes up for
their deficiencies. This is particular to the superior virtue, and as
such it is proper to God to have mercy, through which his omnipotence is manifested to the greatest degree”.[41]
Devotional Candles
Light a candle in memory of someone you have
lost or as a special prayer request for someone.
We request a $3.00 stipend be given for each
candle lit. Must be over 18 or older to light.
Parish Memorials
Golden Leaf Tree
Located in the vestibule, leaves are engraved with the persons
name and date of death. The cost of the memorial is $100.00.
Contact Preston in the office @ 816-761-8811.
Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church
38. It is important to draw out the pastoral consequences of the
Council’s teaching, which reflects an ancient conviction of the
Church. First, it needs to be said that in preaching the Gospel a
fitting sense of proportion has to be maintained. This would be
seen in the frequency with which certain themes are brought up
and in the emphasis given to them in preaching. For example, if
in the course of the liturgical year a parish priest speaks about
temperance ten times but only mentions charity or justice two
or three times, an imbalance results, and precisely those virtues
which ought to be most present in preaching and catechesis are
overlooked. The same thing happens when we speak more
about law than about grace, more about the Church than about
Christ, more about the Pope than about God’s word.
155. In what way does the people of God share in the three
functions of Christ as Priest, Prophet and King?
783-786
The people of God participate in Christ's priestly office insofar
as the baptized are consecrated by the Holy Spirit to offer spiritual sacrifices. They share in Christ’s prophetic office when
with a supernatural sense of faith they adhere unfailingly to
that faith and deepen their understanding and witness to it.
The people of God share in his kingly office by means of service, imitating Jesus Christ who as King of the universe made
himself the servant of all, especially the poor and the suffering.
Bulletin Boards Flyers & Handouts
Please drop your items off in the Parish Office. Thanks!
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Coronation’s Youth Ministry News
Contact: Preston Rinne
(816)761-8811 x101 or email [email protected]
Across the KCSJ Diocese
Jr. High & High School Youth Ministry!!!
Parish Fall Festival/Craft Fair October 25th
St. Catherine of Siena 4101 East 105 Terrace KCMO
10am -5pm.
Registration for the Pro-Life March in Washington
D.C. is open. The pilgrimage is a powerful experience. On the
agenda is attending the Vigil for Life at the Basilica, Youth Rally
& Mass, sightseeing on the National Mall, and the March of
Life, as well as praying, learning about the Pro-Life movement
and hearing testimonials on the way to and from. We will
leave Tuesday, January 20th and arrive back on Friday, January
23rd. Contact Preston if you are interested in going. Cost will
be lower if you commit by Oct. 31st.
Football for the Pope—World Youth Day 2016
Ticket are on sale now. Come to the Parish Office,
Monday– Thursday or after Mass on Saturday and
Sunday. Tickets are $20.00 each or 3 for $50.00.
Fundraiser sponsored by our parish youth.
WEEK 4 WINNERS
1st tie - Ticket # 840 & 1006 - 107 points each
3rd - Ticket # 312 - 13 points
Holiday Boutique November 1st
St. Thomas More 111800 Holmes Road - 9am-4pm
Please bring a canned good for admittance
Craft & Vendor Fair November 7 & 8
Joseph the Worker Catholic Church
2200 North Blue Mills Road, Independence, Missouri
Friday 11am-7pm & Saturday , 9am-3pm
Little Sister’s Annual Fall Festival & Spaghetti Dinner
Sunday, November 9th. - 12—5PM
8745 James A. Reed Road KCMO
FALL FESTIVAL/SPAGHETTI DINNER - Please join the Little Sisters of the Poor for an afternoon of family fun.
Festivities include a spaghetti dinner, holiday boutique,
bake sale, and a cash raffle. All proceeds go to benefit
our home for the elderly poor. Call 816-761-4744 for
information
Winners also posted on www.coronationofourlady.org
Advent, Christmas & Lent
YOUTH CHOIR NEWS
Any youth grades 3 and up are invited to participate in our
youth choir. Our goal is to sing on the second Sunday of each
month. Please come to practice on Wednesday Nov. 5 from
6:00 - 6:45 in the music room. We will also meet at 10:15 on
Sunday, Nov. 9 as we prepare for the 10:45 Mass.
We are also going to sing at the 4:00 Christmas Eve Mass. We
will rehearse on December 3, 10 and 17 at 6:00. Come when
you can! Invite your friends!!!! Please contact Carol if you
have any questions, 318-3931 or the parish office.
Nov. 5 6:00 Youth Choir practice
Planning has begun for all of these special seasons
which will be here before you know it. The Adult Faith
Formation Team are working with Fr. Hansen on schedules for winter (day & evening) classes, an Advent Novena and a Lenten Retreat. We will be posting the new
schedule in the bulletin the first part of November. We
hope we will see more of you at these special events.
We would also like to give out gifts again this year to all
our visitors at our Christmas Masses. If you would like to
help us financially with this Evangelization project,
please see Fr. Hansen. Thanks for supporting us!!!
Coronation Adult Faith Formation Team
Theology of the Body Program for Preteens & Teens
WEDNESDAYs at 7-9pm
Yellow - White - Blue Trash Bags are Back!!
$12.00/roll in Parish Office. Youth Group Fundraiser.
Natural Family Planning Courses
Three Saturdays, November 15 - 10:00am
St. Marks Parish 3736 Lee’s Summit Rd. Independence
A course in the Sympto-Thermal Method of NFP. Cost:
$140.00 covers all three sessions. Call Mary Kathleen
or Tom Morgan at (816) 795-9790 or the Couple to Couple League of Kansas City at (913) 894-3558.
Online pre-registration required at: www.ccli.org.
Labels for Education
We have 5,267 points. Our goal is 10,000 points. Save UPCs
and beverage/sauce caps and drop them off at Coronation of
Our Lady School of Religion. Contact Joy Banks-Wilson at 816437-4515.
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From Death to New Life
The angels are always near to those who are grieving, to whisper to them that their loved ones are safe
in the hand of God.
Saturday, October 25
9:00am Fr. Jay Alvarez by Isaac & Lauren Jenkins
4:00pm + Ed Obeste by Jim & Mollie Lannigan
May the souls of our departed friends and family
rest in eternal peace with our Lord Jesus and may
our Blessed Mother be by his side.
Sunday, October 26
8:15am Parish Family
10:45am Fr. Frank Crowley, CM.
Mass Intentions
Did you know that you can have a Mass said for a loved one
who has passed or if ill, their birthday or anniversary. November-December have dates available. Stop by the Parish Office
on Monday-Thursday, 9am-3:30pm. $10.00 stipend per Mass
goes to the Parish.
Monday, October 27
9:00am Caleb Brueck & Josephine Ballard birthdays by
Hobbs Family
Tuesday, October 28
6:15am +Bishop Fitzsimons
9:00am +Alec Frederickson by Tom & Sharon Hemsath
Wednesday, October 29
6:30pm + Catherine Lannigan by Jim & Mollie Lannigan
Mollie & Jim Lannigan have taken the Vocation Crucifix
home for the next few weeks. If you would like to
take it home, call Deacon Mike Dennis at 761-6478.
Thursday, October 30
9:00am Justin, Michael & Michaela Davis by Renee Jordan
Friday, October 31
9:00am World Leaders & Peace Makers
Quotes from Pope Francis
Saturday, November 1
9:00am Souls in Purgatory
4:00pm Coronation Parish
“ Sometimes negative news does come out, but it is often
exaggerated and manipulated to spread scandal. Journalists
sometimes risk becoming ill from coprophilia and thus
fomenting coprophagia: which is a sin that taints all men
and women, that is, the tendency to focus on the negative
rather than the positive aspects.”
Sunday, November 2
8:15am +Emily Yablonovsky by Rudy & Anita Yablonovsky
10:45am Josiah Brueck birthday
Parishioners:
Phillip Albin Jr., Ashley Anderson, Bob Axtell, Norma Brower, Kitty Burton, Rita Ann Comfort, Mary Cooper, Michael Craig,, Beverly Coomer, Ed Dreiling, Mary Ann
Fellner, Lya Frayling, Terry Goergen, Jacob Grate, Raymond Gray, Amanda Hernandez, Clyde Hestand, Dolores Hoffman, Jacob Johnston, Alice Jones, Kenneth
Kukowski, Dennis Madden, Elizabeth Madrigal, Edith McCauley, Robert McGuire, Ralph McNeal, Robert Myers, Kim Nguyen, Rita Ranck, Andrew Russell, Pamela
Russell, Larry San Nicolas, John Shelton, Wilma Tippit.
Family & Friends:
Marcia Sparks, family of Diane Branck; Darren Embry, Rachelle Beecham, family of Kitty Burton; Tonia Bengimina, Harold Rucker, Tanya Harris, Frank Hansel,
friends of Joy-Banks Wilson; Robert Bruce, family of Harold & Jean Bruce; Steve Butler, family of Jo Baskerville; Mike Chiarelli, family of Jean Bruce Diane Borden;
Robert Buchanan, family of Linda Buchanan; Joan Crunk, family of Frank Blanck; Tina Delatorre, friend of Esther Sanders; Jim Eckart; Carolyn Ford, friend of Ben &
Betty Teevan; Mike Fritzshall, friend of Esther Sanders; Pam Gappa, family of Sister Clare; Mike Gertsner, Francis Harter family of Becky McNeal; Walter Heyer,
family of Laura Heyer; Cori Hines, family of Rosella King, Bonnie Jones, Joe Kelley, family of Joy Pena; John Lazure, family of Kathleen Lazure; Agnes Long, Ivanna
Macal & Monica Macal, family of Lya Frayling; JoAnn Macauley, family of Georgia Raper; Mickey Munoz, Patty & Vincent Munoz, family of Elizabeth Madrigal;
Doris Oberste, family of Linda Buchanan, Cindy Lindquist, Ed. W. Oberste & Mary Chapman; Nancy Pointer; Deshun Newte & Clifton Smith, Jr., family of Joy-Banks
-Wilson; Hildegard Rupprecht, family of Chris Rupprecht; Jessica Scotece, family of Cindy Keith; Walter Snyder, family of Lou Snyder; Caryn Thompson, family of
Mary Thompson; Don & Betty Vaughn; Andrea Boe, niece of Martha Draskovich.
Keep Our Military Family Members in Your Prayers
Rodney Abbott, Glendon R. Allwood, Jonathan Anderson, Alexander Arceo, Lisa Bader, Walter Boyer, Thomas Breece, Nick Christy, Roy Christy, Jeff Cross, Joshua
Deehr, Dennis Dickerson, Robert Eckel, James Fritzshall, Thomas Gladden, Danny Gladden, Kelly Hillyer, Patrick Kelly, Kieffer Lawson, Chris Markley, Marc Meier,
Matt Murdock, Andrew O’Donnell, Daniel Rhodes, William Ridnour, Nicholas Stewart, David Straber, Tim Trewin, Justin Vasko, Nancy Wells Weaver, and Bill Wolf.
Please notify the Parish Office to add or remove names from the lists above so we can keep our lists current.
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