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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
October 26, 2014
Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil - 5:15 pm
Sunday - 9 am and 11 am
Holy Day - See inside
Weekday (M-F) 12:10 pm
First Saturday - 9 am
Confessions
Saturday 4-5 pm
or by appointment
Registration
All new families are welcome to the
parish and should be registered.
Registration forms are available in the
foyer of the Church and from the
parish office. Parish facilities and
services for Baptisms, Weddings and
other Sacramental events, as well as
sponsorship letters, etc. are available to
active, registered members defined by:
1. Being properly registered in the
parish for a sufficient period of
time.
2. Faithful attendance at Mass on
8 Gillin Dr., Simpsonville, SC 29680
Office: 864-263-3445
Fax: 864-263-3428
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.seas-church.org
Sundays and Holy Days.
3. Use of the envelope system in regular support of the parish.
For particular Sacramental
requirements,
Please see inside bulletin.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church
Parish Office Information
Ministries/Organizations
Parish Hours: Mon-Fri
8 am - 4 pm
Parish Office
(864) 263-3445
Rectory
(864) 963-4892
Address: 8 Gillin Dr., Simpsonville, SC 29680
Adoration
Adult Education
Altar Linens
Altar Servers
Bereavement
Boy Scouts
Director of Music
Parish Staff
Rev. Patrick E. Cooper
Sally Strickland
Patti Blake
Tanya Czajka
Daniel Garrett
Ron Stojek
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Pastor
Ext 203
Office Manager Ext 200
Admin. Assistant Ext 201
Rel. Ed. Youth
Ext 205
Maintenance
Ext 204
Maintenance Assistant
Parish Pastoral Council
Facilitator :
Alex Masotti
Prayer and Worship Committee:
Rich Mayernik
Building Community Committee:
Larry Baker
Christian Formation Committee:
Joan Blake
Grounds and Building Committee:
Joe Surber
Social Service Committee:
Tami Kiser
Communication Committee:
OPEN; Call the church
320-4609
787-4973
458-9822
862-3955
862-7636
297-4505
Dwayne Grassie
Bill Hudson
Mary Peters
Sean Byrne
Rosie Kilton
Jordan Hudson
Kathy Ratycz
963-7034
238-8456
963-4405
458-8342
288-1955
918-4594
263-3445
843-853-2130
800-921-8122
Diocesan Child Protection Office
Diocesan Victim Assistance
Extraordinary Ministers
of Holy Communion Anne Witkowski
963-0651
Finance Council
Fr. Patrick E. Cooper 263-3445
HS Youth Ministry
Lennon Murphy
553-0215
Immigration Attorney Sara Gorski
242-2233
Knights of Columbus Teg Edwards
963-5507
Ladies Auxiliary
Barbara Mayernik
787-1612
Lay Carmelites
Carolyn Amond
320-7889
Lectors
Richard Mayernik
787-4973
MS Youth Group
Tanya Czajka
263-3445
N.F.P. Ministry
Tami Kiser
[email protected]
Newcomers
Rita Galley
438-1178
Parish Council
Fr. Patrick E. Cooper 263-3445
Respect Life
Christi Morrison
360-3108
Senior Citizens
Nancy Coletti
905-4053
St. Vincent dePaul
Jan Surber [email protected]
Stewardship Team
Jane Tyler
421-2651
Ushers
Jimmy Mullikin
288-9948
Virtus
Sandy Simpson
967-9854
Weddings
Anne Witkowski
963-0651
Women’s Bible Study Stephanie Koshis
234-7526
263-3445
The Rosary
is prayed every Sunday morning at 10:25 am in the
Children’s Chapel. Come join us.
Parents MUST accompany young children (under 12) to
the restrooms in the Church and the Social Hall, for
safety reasons. An older child may take the place of the
parent. The “Buddy-System” works.
Before Mass begins, please take a moment to notice the nearest
exit. In the event of a fire or other emergency, please proceed
calmly to the exit and follow the directions of the ushers.
You can find a copy of the Charter for the Protection of Children
and Young People on our website: www.seas-church.org.
Volunteer’s Code of Conduct
Our Children are the most important gifts God has entrusted to us. As a volunteer, I promise to strictly follow the rules and guidelines in this Volunteer’s
Code of Conduct as a condition of my providing services to the children and youth of The Diocese of Charleston. As a volunteer, I will: treat everyone
with respect, loyalty, patience, integrity, courtesy, dignity, and consideration. Avoid situations where I am alone with children, and/or youth at Church
activities. Use positive reinforcement rather than criticism, competition, or comparison when working with children and/ youth. Refuse to accept and
refrain from giving expensive gifts from children and/or youth and/or their parents without prior written approval from the pastor. Report any suspected
abuse to the pastor and appropriate local agencies. Cooperate fully in any investigation of abuse of children and/or youth. As a volunteer, I will not:
smoke or use tobacco products in the presence of children and/or youth. Use, possess, or be under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol at any time.
Pose any health risk to children and/or youth (i.e., no fevers or other contagious situations). Strike, spank, shake, or slap children and/or youth.
Humiliate, ridicule, threaten, or degrade children and/or youth. Touch a child and/or youth in a sexual or other inappropriate manner. Use any discipline
that frightens or humiliates children and/or youth. I understand that as a volunteer with children and/or youth, I am required to take a Virtus class and
I am subject to a thorough background check including criminal history. I understand that any action inconsistent with this Code of Conduct or
failure to take action mandated by this Code of Conduct may result in my removal as a volunteer with children and/or youth.
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SACRAMENTAL AND PARISH GUIDELINES
NEW PARISHIONERS
Welcome! If you attend here regularly, please register.
Registration forms are available in the church foyer or parish
office. To avoid problems or misunderstandings, especially
when planning baptisms, marriages, requesting sponsorship
forms for baptisms or confirmation, or for other special
requests, be sure that you are registered and are an active
member.
Active Membership is determined by the following
criteria:
1. Being properly registered for a sufficient period of time
(see below).
2. Faithful attendance at Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of
Obligation.
3. Use of our envelope system (even if you are not able to
contribute) as this allows us to identify your
active attendance, and also to provide contribution
statements for IRS tax purposes. There are many ways
to contribute to the parish other than financially by giving of your time and talents. There are many ministries
and activities available, one or more of which may appeal to you.
♦ BAPTISM PREPARATION requires 3 months
active membership plus attendance at a pre-baptismal
class. Pre-registration is required. Also, 3 months active
membership is required for the issuance of a sponsorship
form to be a godparent for Baptism or Confirmation.
♦ MARRIAGE requires 6 months active
participation plus the 6 months marriage preparation
period required by the diocese.
RECEPTION OF THE SACRAMENTS
The Sacraments of the Catholic Church are the saving
activity of God effected through the ministry of His
Church. It is superstition to attribute the effectiveness
of sacraments to their mere external performance apart
from the interior dispositions they demand of us. If the
sacraments are to have their intended effects, we the
recipients must be properly disposed to receive them,
which ordinarily includes:
1. To have Catholic Faith and be in full communion
with the Catholic Church, and
2. For all except Baptism and Confession, to be in the
state of sanctifying Grace, i.e., free of the guilt of
serious (mortal) sin which has not been previously
reconciled via sacramental absolution in integral
confession to a priest. This is a most serious
requirement, for one who receives the Eucharist (or
any other sacrament of the living) “in an unworthy
manner will be guilty of profaning the Body and
Blood of the Lord.”
cf. 1 Cor 11:27-29; CCC n. 1385
ADULT BAPTISM AND THOSE INTERESTED
IN LEARNING ABOUT THE CATHOLIC FAITH
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish invites adults interested
in the Catholic Christian Community to enter RCIA
(Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults). This is a
process of instruction, prayer, and experience aimed at
helping adults grow in the relationship of faith. Please
call the parish office for information.
RECONCILIATION
Scheduled confessions are every Saturday from
4 - 5 pm and by appointment.
VISITATION OF THE SICK
Please advise the office if you are admitted to the hospital
or home-bound due to illness and/or age.
USE OF PARISH FACILITIES
Reservations are required. The Church and parish center
are here for the use of our parishioners. Forms to reserve
the buildings are in the parish office.
BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS
Information for the bulletin must be submitted in
writing fifteen days prior to publication date.
VISITORS
Visitors are always welcome to worship with us.
However, the Catholic Church does not offer open Holy
Communion - the Sacraments of the Catholic Church are
reserved exclusively for Catholics who are properly
disposed to receive them. This is not a lack of Christian
hospitality, but merely recognition of real divisions of
faith and practice, which unfortunately separates rather
than unite Christians.
Catholic Faith is an expression of the Revealed
Word of God communicated as the Deposit of Catholic
Faith and Morals, while Holy Communion is the
mysterious, yet real, true and substantial Body, Blood,
Soul and Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ communicated
sacramentally. Jesus is The Way, The Truth and The Life,
and in Him Truth and Life are inseparably One. Therefore
in His Mystical Body, the Church, Catholic Faith and
Sacrament are morally inseparable.
Non-Catholics and those Catholics who should not
receive Holy Communion (including those Catholics
married outside the Church and those in need of the
Sacrament of Confession) are asked to pray for a
spiritual communion with the Lord Jesus and for the unity
of His Church.
Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Saturday, October 25
5:15 Pro Populo
Sunday, October 26
9:00 Ralph Peigler †
11:00 Leslie Flory
Monday, October 27
12:10 Ashley & Brian Russo
Tuesday, October 28
12:10 John F. Cooper
Wednesday, October 29
12:10 Quynh Dinh †
Thursday, October 30
12:10 Caitlin Moon
Friday, October 31
12:10 Quynh Dinh †
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
MONDAY:
Eph 4:32 — 5:8; Ps 1:1-4, 6;
Lk 13:10-17
TUESDAY:
Eph 2:19-22; Ps 19:2-5;
Lk 6:12-16
WEDNESDAY: Eph 6:1-9; Ps 145:10-14;
Lk 13:22-30
THURSDAY:
Eph 6:10-20; Ps 144:1b, 2, 9-10;
Lk 13:31-35
FRIDAY:
Phil 1:1-11; Ps 111:1-6; Lk 14:1-6
SATURDAY:
Rv 7:2-4, 9-14; Ps 24:1-6; 1 Jn 3:1-3;
Mt 5:1-12a
SUNDAY:
Wis 3:1-9; Ps 23:1-6; Rom 5:5-11 or
6:3-9; Jn 6:37-40,
REMEMBERING YOUR LOVED ONES
The Book of Remembrance is in the foyer of the
Social Hall. Please feel free to stop by and add the names
of your deceased loved one’s to the book. It will remain
open until October 31st and will then be placed before
the Altar for the month of November.
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Many outsiders regard Catholics as people who
have to go to Mass on Sunday, do not eat meat on
Friday, who fast during lent, and do not believe in
divorce. A good Catholic is seen as a law-abiding
citizen of the Church. The Judaism of our Lord’s time
suffered from legalism, i.e. the idea that strict adherence
to a code of actions and observances will itself obtain
justification. It was said that there were 613 precepts in
the Law of Moses, and many interpretations on priority.
The danger of legalism exists also in our own day
and in our own Church. Our Lord reacts against all
forms of mere external legal observances by putting all
laws in their proper prospective - Love. God loves us
and wills for us only what is good. He has made His
will of love known to us initially through the Law of
Moses and the Prophets in the Old Dispensation. And in
the fullness of time, His revelation was brought to its
fullness and perfection in Christ Jesus. The doctrines of
faith and morals that God has given us through His
Church reveal to us the way that leads to true life.
Salvation then is not so much a reward for keeping the
laws, as knowing and being faithful to the will of God
establishes the Kingdom of God within the heart of each
true believer, which IS ITSELF SALVATION. Laws
have a reason to exist only insofar as they are
explanations and adaptations of the great law of love of
God and neighbor. One cannot be thought of without the
other. Without love of neighbor, love of God remains a
sterile figment of mind. And without love of God, love
of neighbor may end up in a vague humanitarianism
which does not endure through disappointment and
hardship.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Don’t forget to change
your clock back
1 hour next week!
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS & BELK
CHARITY SALE
The Knights of Columbus will be in the narthex after
Mass on Oct. 19th, 26th and Nov. 2nd selling $5
tickets for Belk’s Charity Sale which will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 8th from 6-10 AM. This is a private
ticketed event. Your $5 ticket will support the Knights of
Columbus and other local organization and schools.
SENIOR BINGO EVERY TUESDAY
The Senior’s meet every Tuesday from 12:30 to 3 pm to
play bingo and socialize. All seniors are welcome to join
us in the social hall.
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Collection for October 19, 2014
Parish
Collection
Operating
Budget
7064.38
9092
9092
Net
(2027.62)
This week 159 families out of 617
used their Offertory Envelopes.
We received $43.50
from 18 children and young adults.
Thank you for your support and generosity.
Thank you for your offerings for last week’s Second
Collection. We collected $544.95
For Propagation of the Faith.
THIS WEEKS’ EVENTS AT SEAS
Sunday, October 26
9:00-12:30….…………..…Youth Group Bake Sale in Narthex
12:30-1:30 PM……………………. RCIA Class in Social Hall
4:00-8:00 PM…………...High School Youth Halloween Party
Monday, October 27
10:30-12:00 PM……...Women’s Bible Study in St. Bernadette
7-8 PM……………………….………..Adult Ed in Social Hall
Tuesday, October 28
12:30 PM...……………………….Senior Bingo in Social Hall
6-9 PM……………………….………..…...Choir in Sanctuary
7-9 PM……………………………..Boy Scouts in Social Hall
Wednesday, October 29
6:30-8:00 PM…………..……Religious Ed Classes in all areas
5:45-6:45 PM………………………….Youth Choir in Church
6:30-8:00 PM………….…..RE/SVDP Giving Tree in Narthex
Sunday, October 31
12:30-1:30 PM……………………. RCIA Class in Social Hall
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
Held the first Friday of each month beginning
after the 12:10 Mass until Benediction at
6:00PM. Wonderful blessings come from this
time before the Blessed Sacrament!
COME WALK WITH MARY
All are invited to walk the SEAS campus Monday
mornings from 9-9:30 am while praying the Rosary.
Contact Tanya Czajka at 864-884-4200.
MANY THANKS TO OUR GOOD STEWARDS:
- those who serve on the Pastoral Council.
- those who coordinate activities
for our middle school youth, the
parents who support these efforts,
and the youth who attend these activities.
Kay Maluchnik, Kathy Miller, Aaron Knight,
Kathryn Corasaniti, Mia Phillips, Joe & Marta
Conway, Kathy Hess, Lourdes Robbins, Bud
Hadden, Eleanor Dangerfield, Ariel Eighmey, Maria
Perez, Kimberley Smith, Bruce Niedbala, Charles
Surber, Max Bausback, Vilma Lange, Jose Amador,
the Abed family, Art Zeitelhack, Donna Stansell,
John Baldwin, Baldwin Family, Rose Caliva, Gladys
Morrison, Dale Simpson, Pat Hergott, Robert Brant,
Matilda Vaughn, Fin Rowland, Jonathan Kiniry,
John King, John Reynolds, Raymond Harmer,
Bhagyam R, Josette and Andre Maignan, Andrea
Emanuel, Camille Romano, Sgt. James Davenport,
all previously listed, and all parishioners in need of
prayer not mentioned here.
Beginning October 1st, all people on our prayer
request will be listed for 3 months. If you, or your
loved one need to remain on the list, please
contact the church office @ 263-3445.
Please also pray for those on active duty in the
service of our country:
Brandon Liberator, Chris Hadden, Kyle Williams,
Michael Plant, Sarah & Kenny Kingcade,
Justin Simpson, Captain Anthony Rokofsky,
Lance Keefe, and Lieutenant Daniel Hodge, MD.
DIOCESE OF CHARLESTON NATIVE
AMERICAN HERITAGE CELEBRATION
Saturday, November 8th at Corpus Christi
Catholic Church, 2350 Augusta Highway, Lexington,
SC12 Noon to 3:00 PM.
All are invited to attend the 2014 Native
American Catholics’ Heritage Celebration, “Amazing
Grace: Balancing the Heritage and Spirituality of the
Native American People.” The Most Rev. Robert E.
Guglielmone, Bishop of Charleston, will serve as
celebrant and homilist for the Mass at noon, and a
luncheon and social will immediately follow. This is a
wonderful opportunity to celebrate with our Native
American brothers and sisters and learn more about the
gifts that they bring to the Church. RSVP by Oct. 31st
to the Office of Ethnic Ministries at 864-331-2627 or by
email to [email protected]
Our church is in need of volunteers
for the following:
• Clean and keep up the library
• Extra-Ordinary Ministers of the
Eucharist-(Must be registered and
active at least one year.)
• In need of Publisher 2010 for Office computer.
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Director of Religious Education: Tanya Czajka Office 864-263-3445 ext. 205
Email: [email protected]
Religious Education Wednesday Classroom Program:
Progress Reports went home Wednesday, October 22, please review with your child, sign and return. Prayers will be
tested again on December 10th during class. To ensure all students’ safety, please come into the building at 8:00 PM
to pick up your child from his/her classroom and keep your child with you until you are safe in your vehicle. Classes
are from 6:30 to 8:00 PM. All students are invited to place their prayer petitions on the Rock Wall in the
social hall. “I tell you, you are Peter and on this rock I will build my church, and the powers of death shall not
prevail against it.” Matthew 16:18
Religious Education Family Class Program:
Please remember to complete the chapter work on a regular basis.
Lessons 8-14 (Fill in the Blanks). Homework is due at 12:15 PM in the St. Michael
Classroom on Sunday December 7, 2014. Class will begin at 12:30 PM.
Help the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Confirmation Class --- Confirmation Students are collecting toothbrushes, toothpaste, bar soaps, shampoos, conditioners, wash cloths, deodorant, combs, hair brushes, hair ties, dental
floss, shower caps, band aides, hand lotions, shoe laces, shaving cream, and razors. These items will be
placed in zip lock bags for over 500 people that will be served at the Annual Community Christmas in
the Park Event this year. Please place any donations in the tub under the table in the narthex by
Wednesday, December 3rd.
Children’s Choir meets every scheduled Religious Education Wednesday from 6:00 PM to 6:30
PM in the church. New members are welcome! Members must know how to read music and
love to sing or play an instrument. No singing experience is required.
Thank you to all the High School and Middle School Members who have already registered to lead the games at
the Fall Festival! If you haven’t registered to help yet, please contact Mrs. Chorne at 864-567-7448
Don’t forget to pick up your baked goods in the narthex after this Sunday’s Masses!
All proceeds go to supporting the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton High School and Middle School
Events.
The Religious Education Students will decorate the annual Giving Tree on
Wednesday, Oct. 29th. Please take an ornament (or two) and help the Religious
Education Department help needy families in our own area! All gifts must be placed
under the tree by Sunday morning, Nov. 30th. Please place all gift cards and
monies in envelopes in the star box under the tree for safe keeping with the
ornament attached. Any questions regarding more explanation of the gift on the
ornament can be referred to Mrs. Jan Suber or Mrs. Tanya Czajka.
For more information regarding our youth ministry please refer to the youth board or contact—
High School Youth Minister—Lennon Murphy 864-553-0215 Email: [email protected]
Middle School Youth Leader – Tanya Czajka
864-263-3445 ext. 205 Email: [email protected]
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ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY
Rosaries for Life - The Diocese of Charleston is again
supporting the Rosaries for Life campaign this fall
and during the 40 Days for Life. This campaign
becomes part of the prayer and fasting aspect of the 40
Days for Life. Pray 5 decades of the Rosary from
Sept 24th – Nov 2nd. Turn in your counts at your local
parish or email your count each week to
[email protected]
40 Days For Life is a PEACEFUL prayer vigil held
outside of abortion facilities nationwide to pray for an
end to abortion and to offer support and alternatives to
women in crisis pregnancies. The Fall 40 Days campaign
will be held thru November 2nd, and it’s not too late to
participate! For more information please go to
www.40daysforlife.com
RACHEL’S VINEYARD RETREAT
There are a few spots left for the next Rachel’s Vineyard
Retreat, a confidential and non-judgmental weekend
retreat to help post abortive women and men find healing
from their abortion experience. The weekend will be
November 7-9 in Rock Hill, SC. For more information,
contact Christy 803-554-6088 or Kathy 803-546-6010 or
[email protected]
ATTENTION
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
For the Fall Festival!
Please contact Jeff Cerreta, Festival Organizer at
616-6171
FALL FESTIVAL
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd
12:00 noon-4:00 PM
Cost is $3 per person, limit $20
per family. Net proceeds will go
to SVDP.
(Newcomers admitted for free)
We are asking everyone
to bring a covered dish to share
and a canned good for St. Vincent
de Paul. The Knights of Columbus
will be cooking Hotdogs and
Hamburgers. We will be having
many activities for all ages
including a silent auction.
Please come and join
your SEAS family for a
wonderful afternoon.
With cold weather quickly
approaching we are in need of winter coats for our
“neighbors in need”. All sizes, styles and colors are most
welcome. And then, of course, those
cold nights in the forecast remind us
we also need blankets. Please keep us
in mind when you need a new home
for your coats or blankets...it will
warm your heart to share!
“SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD”
St Joesph’s Catholic School Fine Arts Department will
present their fall play “Shakespeare in Hollywood” to be
performed on campus October 30-November 2.
More information can be found
on the school website at
www.sjcatholicschool.org
ST. JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC SCHOOL
OPEN HOUSE
Admissions for Fall 2015, grades 6-12, will be held on
Sunday, Nov. 9th on the school’s campus. The program
begins at 1:00 PM and will offer an opportunity to learn
more about the school, pick up applications, tour the
facility with current students, and meet the teachers and
coaches. The event is open to all prospective students
and parents. For more information, call 234-9009.
ST. MARY’S SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
All families interested in St. Mary’s School for the
2015-16 school year are invited to join us for an Open
House Week on Monday, Nov. 3 thru Friday, Nov. 7th.
Parents will have the opportunity to have a private tour
of the campus, meet faculty and ask any question concerning the school. To schedule a tour, please contact
Nelle Palms at 864-679-4117.
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weekend being held in Myrtle Beach on Feb. 27-March
1st or call 803-810-9602. Don’t wait to begin living a
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