S . C & M

SS. CYRIL & METHODIUS
SLOVAK CATHOLIC CHURCH
FARNOSŤ SVÄTÝCH
CYRILA A METODA
41233 RYAN ROAD • STERLING HEIGHTS, MI 48314
PHONE: 586-726-6911 • FAX: 586-685-1070
WEBSITE www.saintcyrils.org
DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2014
THIS WEEK’S EVENTS:
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Concert: Daniel Oberreuter:
Lead Singer, “The Thirsting”
Craft Sale
Parish Mission:
“The Healing of Families”
Fr. Yozefu-B. Ssemakula
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EDGE Youth Ministry
Life Teen High School Ministry
YOLO Young Adult Ministry
World Youth Day, 2016
Midwest Apologetics Conference
Catechism Corner
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Men’s Club, Rosary Makers
Senior Club, Altar Boy Meeting
Pancake Breakfast
St. Cyril Book Club
Pro-Life News
Investiture of the Miraculous Medal
Children’s Choir
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Adoration 101
Movie Marathon
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Fr. John Simoneau:
10th Anniversary of Ordination
Bulletin Deadlines
Youth Dance & Game Night
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Ss. Cyril & Methodius Church, Sterling Heights
OMŠOVÝ PORIADOK+
November 8, Saturday — Sobota
9:00AM JL For the Intentions of the All Souls Day Novena
4:00PM JSE For Pauline, Paul, Zef & Michael req. Family
For Felicity O’Brien (B’Day)
For Albert & Mary Krakosky
Paul Kozlowski
6:00PM JS *Latin-Tridentine (Missa Cantata):
For Fr. John Corapi
For Monica Nido req. Quilting Ministry
November 9, Sunday— Nedeľa
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; 1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22(671)
7:30AM JSE For Salvatore Joseph Tocco (B’Day)
For Jim & Gerrie Stelzer (36th Wed. Ann.)
Gary Gasparski req. Family
For the Living & Deceased Members of the
Burrows & Sommers Family
9:30AM VP For the Intentions of the All Souls Day Novena
11:30AM JS (Slovak) *Baptism: Vincent Jozef Locicero
Za tých, ktorí si spomenuli na Vincenta Urdu
req. rodina Vincent Urda req. Friends
Marie Koronek req. Vajnoski & Dimoski
Families Martin Polasek
1:30PM LUM For Vicki & Samantha Babbie
For Anwar Robin & Family
For the Deceased Members of the Legion of
Mary Helena Boruzsko req. Thelen Family
8:30PM TH For Moneer & Alia Korkis & Family
For Drita C., Mark & Martin Dedivanaj
Christine & Clair Branch
Christopher Boertmann
November 10, Monday—Pondelok
9:00AM JS For the Intentions of the All Souls Day Novena
12:00PM JSE For the Holy Souls in Purgatory
For Rendall & Renata Ladzinski & Family
Godfrey Revell req. Propson Family
For the Deceased Members of the Gasparski &
McCurdie Family
November 11, Tuesday— Utorok
6:00AM JS For Ashlee Bartold (21st B’Day)
For Saad Jamoua For Nada Jamoua
For the Living and Deceased Members of the
Granchi & Gallis Families
9:00AM JSE For the Intentions of the All Souls Day Novena
12:00PM MD For Isabelle Varchetti For John Weil (B’Day)
For Miklos & Livia Kovacs & Family
Edward Thomas Adamski req. Donna
November 12, Wednesday — Streda
6:00AM JSE For the Holy Souls in Purgatory
For Timothy Baden For Jerome Schroeder
For Terenzio DeSena req. Elvidio Vennettilli
9:00AM JS For Salvatore & Alice Tocco (43rd. Wed. Ann.)
For Rocky & Heather Kimba
For the Living & Deceased Members of the
Barthel & Manfre Families Sam
12:00PM LUM For the Holy Souls in Purgatory
For Monica Rose For Eva Fleck req. Warman’s
For Kimberly Francis Emmi & Otto Stech
November 13, Thursday– Štvrtok
9:00AM B For the Living & Deceased Members of the
Schoener & Ozimkiewicz Families
Michelle Francis Godfrey Revell req
Lawlers Susan Ruth req. Mazurkiewicz Family
12:00PM JS For the Intentions of the St. Monica Sodality
For Al, Ann & James Varchetti
Robert Herrgott req. Samantha Lang
Walter Hodor
7:00PM LUM For Deceased Members & Spouses of the St.
Nicholas K of C Council
For Ban Francis & Family req. JoAnne Fredal
For Aaron Bartold (14th B’Day)
Walter & Mary Jurewicz req. Walter’s Family
November 14, Friday — Piatok
6:00AM MD For Susan Bieniek For Natalie Harnsakunatai
For Hazim Denha Mary Smihula
9:00AM B For Fr. John Simoneau req. Emily Chudy
For Fr. Libor req. Rosary Society
For Mr. & Mrs. Steve Mazrkiewicz & Family
For Kevin Heintz (B’Day)
12:00PM MD For Fr. Luigi req. Buckley’s
For Brian & Jenna Flanagan
Agata Mrozek Kata Flanjak
November 15, Saturday — Sobota
9:00AM JL For Tim, Victoria & Family For Rich Hollis
For Daniel & Kathleen Durusoy & Family
For the People in Nicaragua
11:00AM B *Baptism: Azelie Marie Juricic
4:00PM JS,d For Isabelle Varchetti For Larry & Mary Chapp
For Albert & Mary Krakosky
Helen Consiglio
6:00PM LUM *Latin-Tridentine (Missa Cantata):
For Robert Keller req. Hearn Family
For Raphael Boisvert
November 16, Sunday— Nedeľa
Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31;1 Thes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30
7:30AM JS,d For Dominic Salvator Pearson (B’Day)
For Al, Ann & James Varchetti
For the Living & Deceased Members of the
Burrows & Sommers FamilyJoseph A. Schoener
9:30AM JSE,d For Julia Weil (B’Day)
For Thomas & Jane Desser
For the Vitale Monsu Family
For Margit Timinski (B’Day)
11:30AM B (Slovak) For the Torkos Family
Vincent Urda req. Friends
Renee Jaczkowski req. Sobolic Family
Marie Koronek req. Husband & Dimoski Family
1:30PM VP For Vicki & Samantha Babbie
For Anwar Robin & Family
For Moneer & Alia Korkis
C Philip Schultheis Jr.
8:30PM LUM For Sr. Maria Veronica req. Patrice
For a Special Intention req. Kola Gojcaj
Florentina Isip Christopher Boertmann
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Mass Celebrant Legend:
Fr. Ben Kosnáč-B, Fr. John Simoneau—JS
Fr. Joseph Sekere—JSE, Msgr. Mike Dylag—MD
Fr. Tom Heier—TH, Fr. Vergil Heier—VH
Fr. Jim Lowe—JL, Fr. Louis Madey—LUM
Visiting Priest—VP, Deacon Gerald or Joe preaching-d
Regular Confession schedule
1/2 hour before every Holy Mass
And Immediately Following
The Saturday 9:00AM Holy Mass
(until finished)
Dedication of Lateran Basilica * Sunday, November 9, 2014
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LIVE IN CONCERT
Daniel Oberreuter
Lead Singer of “The Thirsting”
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 7:00PM
Ss. Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church
Fr. Mikus Hall
*Free-Will Donation
www.thethirstingcatholic.com
www.facebook.com/thethirsting
Parish Mission Begins NEXT SUNDAY, November 16, through Friday, November 21
“The Healing of Families”
By: Fr. Yozefu-B. Ssemakula
Why Attend “The Healing of Families” Seminar?
Have you prayed for years for healing of your family and nothing has happened?
♦ Learn this form of prayer that is effective for those stubborn personal and family problems.
♦ Through your participation, experience family-wide relief and healing of spiritual, physical, and emotional problems.
♦ “Redeem” your relationships and change the course of your family’s history.
♦
Schedule: November 16 - 21
Seminar Topics:
Sunday, November 16:
3:30 – 6:30pm Session (Church/Parish Hall)
Monday – Friday, November 17-21:
5:30pm Holy Mass
6:30 – 10:30pm: Session with Small Breaks
♦ Prayer process will be taught and held
on Friday from 8.30 to 11:00PM
Our Image of God
Our Free Will
♦ The 5 Cardinal Points
♦ The 4 Access Points
♦ Scripture
♦ Christ Our Way Out
♦ The Prayer Process and Training
♦
♦
What do I need for the Seminar?
♦ Your notebook and Bible.
♦ Acquire, or better, read the book: The Healing of Families.
♦ Cost of the seminar: Free. You may make a love offering.
♦
♦ The entire seminar will be broadcasted live into the Parish Hall (Hall advised for families with small children)
To prepare for the Parish Mission, Fr. Yozefu’s Book, “The Healing of Families” is now available in the Parish Office for $20.
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Ss. Cyril & Methodius Church, Sterling Heights
EDGE Youth Ministry
YOLO Young Adult Ministry
EDGE will NOT meet this coming Monday (November 10) or
the following Monday (November 17), but we encourage
middle school teens and their families to attend the "Thirsting"
Concert on November 10 (see Page 3) and the Parish Mission
(see Page 3).
Our next EDGE Night will be Monday, December 1, at
6:15PM—9:00PM. We look forward to celebrating Advent and
learning more about the mystery of the Incarnation. Beginning
in December, ALL EDGE Nights will begin with Holy Mass in
the main church and end in the Activity Center at 9:00PM.
Questions about EDGE: Alexandria Lewis
(317) 331-4772 or [email protected]
Dear Young Adults: Join YOLO (You Only Live Once, Live
For Christ) on Friday, November 14, for Theology of the
Body, Part Two. The evening will start at 7:00PM in the
Activity Center. Dinner will be provided and the night will
conclude round 10:00PM. We will go deeper into what
Theology of the Body is and splitting into gender specific
groups to talk more in depth about our identity as men and
women.
Please Note: NO meeting on Friday, November 21, because of
the Parish Mission (see Page 3). We strongly encourage you
to participate.
Lastly, on Friday, November 28, we will be host a Young
Adult Dance starting at 7:00PM. All proceeds will benefit
“Image of God” Crisis Pregnancy Center in Detroit.
If you have any questions please contact:
Facebook page: YOLO Live 4 Christ or
Mary Giroux, [email protected]
Life Teen High School Ministry
NO Life Nights on November 10 (Parish Concert)
or November 17 (Parish Mission, see Page 3)
Distributing Clothes to the Homeless
Service Opportunity, Saturday November 22
Our group will be going back to Detroit to distribute clothing to
the homeless with the PB & J Outreach –our first trip was in
August and the teens were blown away by the experience.
Time & Transportation: We will meet at St. Cyril’s at
7:15AM and carpool to the outdoor clothing distribution site in
Detroit. We will arrive back at approximately 10:15AM. Please
dress warmly.
Sign-Up: High school teens interested in participating must turn
in their signed permission slip to the parish office by Thursday,
November 20. Teens participating in this trip are also
encouraged to bring new or gently used MEN’S hat or gloves to
donate to the ministry.
Men’s Hat and Glove Drive for Homeless
The PB& J Outreach has been struggling to provide enough
warm hats and gloves for the gentlemen they serve. So when we
bring our group to work with this Outreach on November 22,
we are hoping to bring a substantial donation of men’s hats and
gloves to hand out. Any teen or parishioner who is interested in
contributing to our donation is invited to drop off gently used or
new men’s hats and/or gloves in the “Life Teen—Donations for
PB & J Outreach” box in the coatroom next to the vestibule.
Camp Covecrest (Tiger, Georgia): July 27—August 1. 2015
For over 10 years, Life Teen International has provided
experiences at Camp Covecrest where high school teens are
able to encounter God working in their lives. When a teen goes
to Camp Covecrest, they begin to experience a bigger and better
life than they ever thought possible.
What Camp Covecrest Offers High School Teens: Ropes
courses, messy games, many opportunities to encounter God
through the Sacraments, powerful talks given by some of the
best speakers in Catholic Youth Ministry, dynamic worship lead
by some of the most gifted music ministers, a chance to develop
a deeper and more meaningful prayer life, a time to strengthen
existing friendships and create new ones…the list goes on! Visit
http://lifeteen.com/camps/ for the promotional video.
Information Meeting for Parents: 20 teens will have the
opportunity to experience Camp Covecrest. Interested in your
son or daughter being one of those blessed teens? There will be
a parent information meeting on Monday, December 1, (during
the Life Night) to discuss this trip. Meeting space and time are
TBD. Please stay tuned. Cost: $495 per camper
For updates on our events, visit us on Facebook:
“Ss. Cyril & Methodius Life Teen Ministry”
Questions: Youth Minister & Life Teen Coordinator, Jordan
Langbeen, [email protected], (586) 943-1722
. Midwest Apologetics Conference
January 24, 2015 *Register Now
TIM STAPLES, STEPHEN RAY,
MARCUS GRODI & GARY MICHUTA
Registration is now open to attend the 2015 Mid-west Catholic
Apologetics Conference II being held on Saturday, January 24,
2015, at Ss. Cyril & Methodius. Speakers include four
nationally-known Catholic authors and apologists: Tim
Staples, Stephen Ray, Marcus Grodi and Gary Michuta.
Register Today
Conference begins with the Holy Mass celebrated by Fr. Ben
Luedtke at 7:30AM, followed by the Conference which ends at
3:30PM.
Cost: $25 (*Adult Pre-Registration by January 15)
$15 (Student Registration) / $30 (Walk-In Registration)
*Light box lunch is provided to all pre-registered attendees
(those who register by January 15).
Registration forms can be found by the
St. Michael statue in the entryway and online at:
www.saintcyrils.org/apologetics.htm.
Questions: Joan Hartzell, (586) 979-7042
World Youth Day * July 24—August 1, 2016
$1,800 Land Only (Air Fare Not Included)
$800 Deposit due November 15, 2014 with
Registration Form and Copy of Passport
Coordinator: Mary Hale, (586) 773-8261, [email protected]
World Youth Day pilgrims invite you to bring your EMPTY,
CLEAN returnable bottles and cans to church and place them
in the appropriate bin in the coat room off the vestibule and in
the bin by the vending machines in the Gallery by the Fr.
Mikus Hall. The collections from the returnable items will
help defray the expenses for the pilgrims. Thank you for your
generosity and support.
Catechism Corner
Class/Benediction Schedule:
Wednesday, November 12, 6:15PM:
Class for All. Benediction for K, 1, 2 & 3 Grades
Wednesday, November 19, 6:15PM:
Class for 2nd & 8th grades only
Wednesday, November 26:
NO CLASS - Happy Thanksgiving!
Questions: DREs, Paul or Carroll Schuller, (586) 254-9212
Dedication of Lateran Basilica * Sunday, November 9, 2014
Men’s Club Meeting * Tuesday, November 11
The Men’s Club will meet on Tuesday, November 11, at
7:00PM in the Overflow Room. All men are invited. If you
have any questions, please contact:
John Fournier, (248) 410-5866
Considering a Call to Diaconate Ministry? * November 12
The Office of the Permanent Diaconate Formation Team
invites all men to an informational meeting to learn more
about the permanent diaconate formation process and
requirements. If you are married, please bring your wife.
Wednesday, November 12 - 6:30PM
Sacred Heart Major Seminary, 2701 Chicago Blvd., Detroit, MI
Questions and reservations contact:
Deanna Cortese, (313) 237-5840
Our Lady’s Rosary Makers Mtg * Wednesday, November 12
The Rosary Makers will meet this Wednesday afternoon,
November 12, in Room #113 from 1:00PM—3:00PM.
For more information, please call:
Jo Ann, (586) 979-1078 or Helen, (586) 469-3181.
Senior Club * Thursday, November 13
The Senior Club will meet in the Father Mikus Hall this
Thursday, November 13, after the 9:00AM Holy Mass. Please
brown bag.
Altar Boy Meeting * November 14
Hello Altar Boys: We will have an Altar Boy Meeting for
ages 10 years and younger. Older altar boys are welcome to
also attend to assist with training. The meeting will be held on
Friday, November 14, from 6:30—7:30PM. I am looking
forward to seeing as many of you as is possible!
If you are not on the altar boy e-mail list and want to be, please
send your e-mail to me.
Questions: Jeff Gura, (248) 340-2400, [email protected]
Pancake Breakfast * November 16
The Men’s Club, assisted by the Junior Sarisan, will host another
great Pancake Breakfast in the Fr. Mikus Hall next Sunday,
November 16, after the 7:30AM, 9:30AM and 11:30AM Holy
Masses. Menu includes: Pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs,
potatoes, toast, orange juice and coffee.
Due to the continued rise in food prices over the last several
years, Breakfast prices have been changed to: Children (12 and
under): $4, Adults (over 12 years old): $6, Family Max: $25.
Join your friends for a great, reasonably-priced breakfast next
Sunday, November 16!
St. Cyril Book Club
"For 60 years, St. John Bosco had many vision-like dreams
that foretold the extraordinary mission God had for him, and
also guided him as it came to fruition. Fr. Bosco shared the
dreams with his boys. Sometimes the youths faced tremendous
challenges, and in other dreams the state of their souls were
revealed. The remarkable dreams/visions continue to provide
us in the modern era with important lessons and insights as we
grow in sanctity and fulfill our purposes in life."
"The Forty Dreams of St. John Bosco" is the book selected for
the month of November. St. Cyril's Book Club will meet on
Monday, November 24, at 7:00PM in Room #112. This book
can be purchased on line or at [email protected] at (248) 250-9216.
Come join us!
"Trust all things to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament
and to Mary, Help of Christians,
and you will see what miracles are." ~ Saint John Bosco
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Investiture of the
Miraculous Medal
On November 27, 1830, the Blessed
Virgin Mary appeared to Sister
Catherine Labouré and left a concrete
sign, the Miraculous Medal. This
medal signifies her maternal love for
us, and serves as her invitation to assist
her in building the Kingdom of God.
On November 22, there will be a solemn ceremony of
investiture of the Miraculous Medal, during which the Church
blesses the medal with solemn prayers and invests it upon the
shoulders of the candidate who according to Holy Mary’s
promise will thereby “receive great graces.”
Preparation for the investiture:
Novena from November 13 to 21, 2014
Confession at least 2 weeks before the date
Enrollment Deadline November 14, 2014
A packet containing the Novena, miraculous medal and the
blue ribbon will be available at the Parish Office. A small free
will donation for the packet is appreciated.
If you wish to be conferred or if you have any questions,
please contact: Donna Mazurkievicz, (586) 268-4235 or
Susan Schoenstein, (248) 652-2856
We need your contact information so we can form a company
of prayer warriors whom we can quickly contact via internet if
possible when the need arises. We will keep your information
confidential. Please watch the bulletin board for more details.
Our Lady Queen of Peace Apostolate
Pro-Life News
Attention Friends of LIFE! Students for Life of Michigan is
holding its first annual benefit banquet and silent auction
on Thursday, November 13, at 5:30PM, at the Church of the
Resurrection in Lansing. Adults and students of all ages are
encouraged to attend and set up carpools! Your $35 ticket will
give you a wonderful evening of pro-life fellowship with a
silent auction, a delicious dinner, and the opportunity to hear
more about our mission. Speakers include Dr. Monica Miller,
Cecilia Tombelli, LG Brian Calley, Katie Wilcox, and pro-life
students from around the state. Your attendance will help
support the work of Students for Life of Michigan and pro-life
college groups around the state. RSVP by contacting Hannah
Stevens at (517) 262-7534 or [email protected] If you
cannot attend the event, please consider helping others attend
by donating at the table sponsorship levels of $100, $350, or
$500. Or you can support our work with an amount of your
choosing. We would appreciate support in any amount that
you can give! Visit http://sflmichigan.org/donate/ for details
regarding donation by mail or PayPal. Thank you for your
support and may God bless you always!
Children’s Choir
The next performances of the Children’s Choir are:
Sunday, November 23, 10:00AM, (Combined Holy Mass):
Fr. John Simoneau’s 10th Anniversary
Sunday November 30, 2014 9:30AM Holy Mass
Rehearsals take place after the 9:30AM Holy Mass on
November 9 and 16.
The first rehearsal for the Christmas Nativity will be Saturday,
December 6, from 1:00—3:00PM. It is open to all youth from
1st Grade to 12th Grade.
If you have questions regarding the Children’s Choir:
Bethany Cabrera, [email protected]
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Ss. Cyril & Methodius Church, Sterling Heights
MOVIE MARATHON * Friday, November 28 * TIMES—TBD
Movies:
“The Giver”, “The Hundred-Foot Journey”, “The Christmas Candle” & “Guardians of the Galaxy”
If you (or your group) have a movie request,
feel free to contact Fr. Ben or the Parish Office, (586) 726-6911
ADORATION 101
“Lord, stay with us.“ (St. Luke 24:29)
As we introduce Perpetual Adoration to Ss. Cyril & Methodius in the coming year,
we will print installments in the bulletin of what we call “Adoration 101.” Adoration 101 will be a reflection on the sheer beauty and wisdom of Holy Mother
Church and the Saints as they reflect upon our Lord Jesus Christ truly present,
body, blood, soul and divinity in the Most Blessed Sacrament and our own devotion (response) to Him. What makes Catholicism so unique is that she offers all of
us the opportunity to live a life fully alive! Pope St. John Paul II said that, “The
Church draws her life from the Eucharist” (Encyclical; Ecclesia de Eucharistia, 1) and we need to come to realize the great
opportunity we’ve been given as Catholics that we too, individually within the Mystical Body of Christ, draw our life from
Jesus Christ in the Eucharist as well.
Consider the following: Already in the infant Church, the faithful did not doubt that by the words of consecration said by the
priest during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, what had once been bread is now the living Christ. However, as certain theories
began to emerge that called the Real Presence into question, two things happened: The Church's magisterium began to express her Eucharistic faith in even sharper and clearer terms; and the Church's saints began to foster devotion to the living
Christ who is present in our midst in the Blessed Sacrament.
The classic expression of faith in the Real Presence was drafted by Pope St. Gregory VII in a Eucharistic Creed that leaves
no room for compromise: “I believe in my heart and openly profess that the bread and wine placed upon the altar are, by
the mystery of the sacred prayer and the words of the Redeemer, substantially changed into the true and life-giving flesh and
blood of Jesus Christ our Lord, and that after the consecration there is present the true body of Christ which was born of the
Virgin and offered up for the salvation of the world, being hung on the cross and now sits at the right hand of the Father,
and there is present the true blood of Christ which flowed from His side. They are present not only by means of a sign and of
the efficacy of the sacrament, but also in the very reality and truth of their nature and substance.” (Council of Rome, February 11,1079)
As we continue our own journey in life, let us examine ourselves in light of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist and recognize
all that He offers us. Can you say this Eucharistic Creed with full conviction, trusting our Lord and Savior that He really is
truly and physically present to us just as He was truly and physically present to the disciples almost 2000 years ago in Palestine? Ask the Holy Spirit to strengthen your faith where needed and watch, and exclaim with St. Thomas, “My Lord and my
God!” (Jn. 20:28) as our lives become radiant beams of faith, hope and most especially love!
Lord, “stay with us” (Lk. 24:29) as we bring You to your people; change hearts and enlighten minds to the
truth that You truly are the way, the truth and the life (Jn. 14:6) and that You are the authentic path to lasting
happiness! Paul A. Ray
If you feel God is calling you to stay with Him for one hour each week
and would like to volunteer your time to sit with Him in quiet prayer and adoration please either:
email Julie Varchetti, Paul A. Ray or David and Nicole Maul at [email protected]
or call Julie Varchetti, (586) 214-1825
to let us know what time(s) work the best for you!
Pax Domini Sit Semper Vobiscum!
Dedication of Lateran Basilica * Sunday, November 9, 2014
Fr. John Simoneau
10th Anniversary of Ordination
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SS. CYRIL & METHODIUS
SLOVAK
CATHOLIC CHURCH
FARNOSŤ SVÄTÝCH CYRILA A METODA
41233 RYAN ROAD
STERLING HEIGHTS, MI
48314-3937
A Holy Mass & Celebration of
Fr. John’s 10th Anniversary of Ordination
will take place on Sunday, November 23.
The 9:30AM & 11:30AM Holy Masses will be combined
and Mass will take place at 10:00AM.
A Reception will take place in the Fr. Mikus Hall
immediately following the Holy Mass.
All parishioners and friends are welcome to attend!
Everyone is asked to participate in the Reception by
bringing either cold Finger Foods or Desserts
on a disposable platter to the Father Mikus Hall
before the following Masses:
Saturday, November 22, 9:00AM, 4:00PM or 6:00PM
Sunday, November 23, 7:30AM, 10:00AM
If you would like to help before, during or after the Reception,
please sign up on the sheets in the vestibule
or call the Parish Office at (586) 726-6911
Bulletin Deadlines
Due to early deadlines during Advent,
please submit all bulletin articles as follows:
Issue Date: Sunday, November 23:
Submit articles no later than: Friday, November 14, 8:00AM
Issue Date: Sunday, November 30:
Submit articles no later than: Thursday, November 20, 8:00AM
Please submit bulletin articles to: [email protected]
Please submit articles as follows:
Word format, using Times New Roman font, 11 size font, single space.
(Note: Articles may be edited and are subject to Fr. Ben’s approval.)
Youth Dance & Game Night * Saturday, November 22
7:00PM—11:00PM (Ages 14 - 20 years old) * $7/person
*Admission includes Pizza served till 9:00PM and Pop!
Bring your board games, cards and other games
CHAPERONES NEEDED!
For information and to volunteer/chaperone, please contact:
Mary Hale, (586) 773-8261
Phone: 586.726.6911
Fax: 586.685.1070
Website: www.saintcyrils.org
Jesus Christ, The High Priest
Fr. Benjamín Kosnáč, Pastor
Pastor Email:
[email protected]
[email protected]
Fr. John Simoneau, Associate Pastor
Associate Pastor Email:
[email protected]
Deacon Joseph Hulway
Deacon Gerald Smigell
PARISH MISSION
STATEMENT
Ss. Cyril & Methodius
Parish is a Roman Catholic Community
that welcomes all who wish to learn
about, embrace and actively practice the
Roman Catholic religion. As a “family
of families,” we are dedicated to the
propagation and deepening of our Catholic
faith. This is facilitated through the teaching of, and adherence to, the Magisterium
and traditions of the Roman
Catholic Church.
FARNOSŤ SVÄTÝCH
CYRILA A METODA
Farnosť sv. Cyrila je slovenská rímskokatolícka farnosť, ktorá je otvorená
každému, kto chce spoznávať a žiť
katolícku vieru. Ako „Rodina rodín“ a
„spoločenstvo spoločenstiev“ sa snažíme
vieru žiť a šíriť tak, aby ľudia spoznali
Boha a prinášali Kristov pokoj a radosť
medzi ľudí. Farnosť sa usiluje byť
centrom spoločenského a kultúrneho
života všetkých Slovákov, ktorí sú vždy
vítaní na tunajšej pôde.