HOLY NAME CHURCH God’s family serving others

HOLY NAME CHURCH
God’s family serving others
500 n. Julian street
Ebensburg, pa 15931
(814) 472-7244
814-472-7249 (Fax)
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.holynameebg.org
Haiti website: www.kindredjourney.org
Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 AM—4:00 PM
CLOSED 12:00-12:30
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:00 PM
Sunday Masses: 8:00, 10:00 and 11:30 AM
Daily Mass: Monday thru Friday 6:30 AM
Monday thru Saturday 8:00 AM
Holy Day of Obligation: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM (when school in session)
Noon & 7:00 PM
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Wednesdays 8:30 AM & 6:30 PM
Saturdays Noon & 3:15 PM
ADORATION:
Tuesdays 8:30 to 10:00 AM
First Friday (Nocturnal Adoration) 7:00 PM—8:00 PM
BULLETIN DEADLINE: MONDAYS AT NOON
PARISH STAFF:
Msgr. David A. Lockard, Pastor
Rev. Brian Warchola, Parochial Vicar
Sr. Margie McGuire, CCW, Evangelization Coordinator
Office 472-8315; Home 472-9457
Mrs. Lori Bender, Parish Secretary 472-7244 ext. 101
Mrs. Robin McMullen, School Principal 472-8817
Mrs. Diane Bopp, Elementary CCD Director 472-2357
Mrs. Nancy McCulley, Jr.-Sr. High School CCD Director
& APEX Youth Ministry 241-7809
Monday, November 10 - St. Leo the Great
6:30 AM Robert Serotkin (Rita Trofino)
8:00 AM Duane Duman-Anniv. (Duman Fam.)
Tuesday, November 11 - St. Martin of Tours
6:30 AM William & Mary DeGretto (Monborne Fam.)
8:00 AM Florence Byrne-Anniv. (MM William Frank)
Wednesday, November 12 - St. Josaphat
6:30 AM Tim Bailey (Brianna & Timmy Bailey)
8:00 AM Jean Driskel-Anniv. (Ernie)
MASSES TO BE OFFERED BY
FRANCISCAN FATHERS, LORETTO PA
Mary Frances DeJohn (Giles-Barton Fam.)
Nancy Stupic (MM Ronald Jacobs)
Forgotten Souls in Purgatory
Living & Deceased Members C D of A Ct. 680
Marcia Springer (MM Tom Truscello)
Harold & Margaret Waring (son Richard)
Michael Barno (Irma Tirabassi)
Thursday, November 13 - St. Francis Xavier Cabrini
6:30 AM Andrew Modis (Wife & Fam.)
8:00 AM Fred Illig (Wife & Fam.)
3:30 PM (Ebg. Ctr.)Relief of Souls in Purgatory (Judy Monahan)
Friday, November 14 - Weekday
6:30 AM MM Steve Hrapchak (Clete & Helen)
8:00 AM Gerald Behe-Anniv. (Wife & Fam.)
Saturday, November 15 - Weekday (St. Albert the Great)
8:00 AM Mary Shedlock (Lawrence & Grace Sedor)
4:00 PM Intentions Listed on All Souls Envelopes
Sunday, November 16 - Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 AM Living Members of Holy Name Parish
10:00 AM Dec’d Mems. CD of A Ct. 680
11:30 AM Sandy Billetdeaux-Anniv. (Family)
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Ti 1:1-9; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday: Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Ps 37:3-4, 18, 23, 27, 29; Lk 17:7-10
Wednesday: Ti 3:1-7; Ps 23:1b-6; Lk 17:11-19
Thursday: Phlm 7-20; Ps 146:7-10; Lk 17:20-25
Friday: 2 Jn 4-9; Ps 119:1-2, 10-11, 17-18; Lk 17:26-37
Saturday: 3 Jn 5-8; Ps 112:1-6; Lk 18:1-8
Sunday: Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Ps 128:1-5;
1 Thes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30 [14-15, 19-21]
LITURGICAL MINISTERS 11/16
NOTE NEW TIME FOR SATURDAY EVENING MASS
PRESENTATION OF GIFTS
4:00 PM
MM Corey Hale
8:00 AM
MM Gary Micco
10:00 AM
CD of A Ct. 680
11:30 AM
MM Dave Kutskel
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
4:00 PM
Band 3
8:00 AM
Band 3
10:00 AM
Band 3
11:30 AM
Band 3
ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE 11/10 - 11/16
NOTE NEW TIME FOR SATURDAY EVENING MASS
8:00 AM (Mon & Tues)
E. Kamiel, L. Smith
8:00 AM (Wed & Thurs)
C. Ratchford, N. Zimmerman
8:00 AM (Fri)
N. Hrapchak, K. Plummer
8:00 AM (Sat)
A. Bailey, L. Tsikalas
4:00 PM (Sat)
J. Shaffer, E. Kamiel, D. Swatsworth
LECTORS
4:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:30 AM
Pat McMullen
Wayne Takacs
Blair Pawlowski
Janice Noonan
8:00 AM (Sun)
D. McConnell, W. Takacs
USHERS
4:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:30 AM
Team 2
Team 1
Team 2
Team 2
11:30 AM (Sun)
C. Castel, K. Templeton, H. Swope
10:00 AM (Sun)
J. Neighbors, B. & J. Delauter
MORNING PRAYER 7:45 Monday through Saturday
Mon. 7:00 PM
Parish Council Mtg.
Tues. 8:30-10:00AM Public Adoration
5:00 PM
Handbell Choir Rehearsal
6:30 PM
Women’s Choir Rehearsal
7:00 PM
Grief & Coping with the Holidays Program
Wed. 8:30 AM & 6:30 PM Confessions
8:30 AM
Share the Word
6:00 PM
Rosary for the Unborn
7:00 PM
Home & School Meeting
Sat. Noon & 3:15 PM Confessions
4:00 PM
Evening Mass
Sun. Masses: 8:00AM, 10:00AM, 11:30AM
9:45AM-11:15 AM H.S. CCD
It’s been almost a year since our parish bulletin went to its present format. I
hope you like it as much as I do! It is more attractive, requires less time of the
office staff and saves the parish a considerable amount of money, since J.S.
Paluch, the publishing company, does not charge us for paper.
I would at this time like to thank all those whose ads on the back of the bulletin
make all this possible. I encourage everyone to support our advertisers whenever you can.
INCREASED OFFERTORY UPDATE
After the second week of our Increased Offertory
Campaign, I am happy to report that 169 households
of our parish have committed to increasing the
amount of their giving, some by a significant percentage. I would like to thank all those who have
supported our parish in this way. Individual
acknowledgements will be mailed in November.
Please complete the offertory intention card and return it as soon as possible if you haven’t done so
yet. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to call the
parish office at 472-7244.
ELEMENTARY RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS
Please note: there will be no religious education
classes for grades 1 thru 6 on Tuesday, November
11th due to no school for the Veteran’s Day holiday.
CCD MASS OF THANKSGIVING – TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH
The Holy Name Religious Education (CCD) students in Grades 1 thru 6 cordially invite you to come
and celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving on Tuesday,
November 25th at 3:45 in the Church. We will thank
God for all our many blessings, pray for those in
need and kick-off our annual Advent Project - food or
monetary donation for the Food Pantry, which will
continue through December 17th. All are invited to
bring a non-perishable food item to
Mass. NOTE: Grade 6 will dismiss at approximately
4:30PM from the Church after Mass.
ADVENT SPIRITUALITY PROGRAM
Dec. 2 and 9, 6:45PM in the Church Hall. The Incarnation: Keeping God in the Flesh. Two 50-minute
film presentations by Fr. Ron Rolheiser. In the Angelus we say: And the Word became flesh and dwelt
among us. What does this mean today? Each session includes the video, a discussion and an Advent
prayer service. For more information, contact Sr.
Margie/472-8315.
ADVENT WREATH MAKING
Sunday, November 30th from
12:30 to 1:30 PM in the church
hall, everyone is welcome. Bring a water-tight container (a pie pan works nicely);
freshly cut evergreens (if you
are able, if not there are plenty
that are shared); pruners and gardening gloves are
also helpful. Advent prayers, candles, floral oasis,
ribbon, and refreshments will be provided.
ATTENTION: PARENTS OF CHILDREN PRESCHOOL THROUGH FIRST GRADE
Our new Children’s Liturgy of the Word at the
10:00AM Mass is doing very well. The children are
certainly enjoying it! But we have one problem when the children return at the conclusion of their
session, they sometimes can’t remember where their
family is sitting. So parents, they need a little help.
Your child will be re-entering the church during the
taking up of the collection. Could you turn to the back
at that time and give a little wave of the hand so your
child knows where you are? Thank you!
LET’S TALK TURKEY!
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, it is possible to purchase a turkey using a Giant Eagle Advantage Card at a significantly reduced price. I am
calling this to your attention because our parish will
serve a turkey dinner once again at our annual Parish Festival on June 7, 2015. On behalf of our parish festival committee I ask that those who are able
to do so, please donate a
large (18 lbs. +) turkey for
our festival dinner. You
may drop off your turkey in
the church basement between the hours of 9:00AM
-1:00PM, Monday through
Friday, beginning this
week.
TAKE A CHANCE ON A SPYDER!
A SPYDER is a three-wheeled recreational vehicle
that combines the ease of driving a car with the fun
of riding a motorcycle. This year our parish will raffle
a brand new one off as part of our annual Summer
Festival in June. Tickets on the SPYDER are $5.00
apiece and are available in the parish office. A cash
option is available if you win. For more info, or if you
would like to help sell chances, call Fr. Brian at 4727244.
CEMETERY CARE
Notice in the Fall is always given for families to remove all flowers and vases from in-ground burials.
Mausoleum burials have a different set of rules and
regulations that must be respected. The ONLY acceptable decoration is a VASE installed on the crypt
front. For mausoleum burials NO statues, decals,
live flowers, pictures, ornaments, etc. are permitted
to be ON or placed BELOW the crypt.
Cemetery personnel will conduct the normal Fall
cleanup after November 11th.
***UPCOMING EARLY BULLETIN
DEADLINES***
November 30 bulletin - by Noon Nov. 19
December 21 bulletin - by Noon Dec. 10
December 28 bulletin - by Noon Dec. 16
January 4 bulletin - by Noon Dec. 19
GRIEF AND COPING WITH THE HOLIDAYS
Tuesday, November 11, 7 PM in the Church Hall.
The stress and pain of losing a loved one is often
harder to cope with during holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. This program includes prayer,
conversation, helpful literature and a brief film presenting practical and spiritual helps for coping with
the holidays. Free and open to the public. To register, call Sr. Margie/472-8315.
LET THE BELLS RING OUT - BELL CHOIR
The adult hand bell choir is looking for
members. Anyone 16 years of age
and older is invited to join. A basic
knowledge of reading music is suggested. For more information call
Ruth Ann Long at 472-8730.
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL MEETING
St. Vincent de Paul will have their regular scheduled
meeting on Tuesday, November 18 at 1:30 p.m. in
the rectory. Please mark your calendars.
BISHOP CARROLL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
NEWS
Did you know that students at Bishop Carroll can
earn over 40 college credits while still in high
school? Through various programs with several colleges and universities, students can pay a small fee,
around $50 per credit, for courses that transfer to the
university of their choice. That is over a years worth
of credits for college! What a savings! For more information on these programs, please contact the
school at 472-7500 or [email protected]
BICENTENNIAL PLANS
For almost a year now, a “Parish Bicentennial Committee” has been meeting to plan events to celebrate that momentous occasion. Bishop Bartchak
has accepted an invitation to come to our parish on
Sunday, September 25, 2016 to celebrate and
preach the 11:30 AM Mass to mark our 200th anniversary. A dinner in our church hall will follow. Well
-known preacher Fr. Jim Sichko will return to Holy
Name to preach a three-day retreat in October of
2015. Other possible events: a Parish Picnic in
Revloc; “Holy Name Night” at an Altoona Curve
game; a Parish “Decades Party” similar to a Calendar Party with historical times being represented rather than months; an Anniversary Historical Book; a
Christmas ornament; programs involving our youth;
pilgrimages to historical sites in our area; and guest
speakers. Stay tuned for updates!
CHILDREN’S BULLETINS
Don’t forget to check the weekly “Children’s Bulletins” in the pamphlet racks in the Narthex.
7TH—11TH GRADE CCD NEWS
This weekend is a scheduled weekend off. Our next
class will be held on Sunday, November 15th. Classes will begin promptly at 9:45 AM and end at 11:15
AM.
ADVENT CANDLES FOR SALE
During weekends in November, Advent Candles (Set
of 4) are available for purchase in the Narthex for $5
each.
CHRISTMAS CARDS FOR THE MILITARY sponsored by Catholic Daughters of the Americas
There is a box in the Narthex for cards for the Military. Put your name on the back of the card, write a
personal message on the inside and put in the box.
NO ENVELOPES! The deadline for the cards is
Sunday, November 16. Catholic Daughters would
like to thank you in advance for your support.
CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAS
Catholic Daughters will hold their monthly meeting on
Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. in the
Church Hall. Anyone interested in joining Catholic
Daughters is welcome to attend. Also, there will be a
box set up in the Narthex with envelopes for each of
our members. Please check the box and take your
envelope.
SCHOOL NEWS
Walk Together in Faith
Attend Mass on Sunday With Your Child
School Hours are 8:25 AM-3:05 PM.
Parent/Teacher Conferences: The students will not have school on Monday, November 10. Teachers
will hold scheduled Parent/Teacher Conferences.
Veteran’s Day: The school will be closed on Tuesday, November 11 in observance of Veteran’s Day.
The Pie Shoppe Fundraiser: The Home and School Association is having a Pie Shoppe Fundraiser
with the delivery of pies to take place before Thanksgiving on Monday, November 24. If you are interested in
purchasing a delicious pie or pumpkin roll please see a Holy Name School family, the school office or rectory
office. Order forms and money is due on Wednesday, November 12.
50/50: The November 50/50 will be drawn on the 12th. Tickets are available in the rectory or school office.
Home and School Association Meeting: The meeting will be held on Wednesday, November, 12 beginning at 7:00 PM in the church hall.
Thanksgiving Luncheon: The students will celebrate Thanksgiving with a delicious feast on Thursday, November 13. Students in 5th grade will perform in a special thanksgiving play following the lunch.
Internet Safety Program: The Home and School Association will sponsor an internet safety program
for students on Friday, November 14.
Scrip: Scrip is available in the Narthex on Sunday mornings and in the school and rectory offices.
***Please note: only Walmart, Sheetz & Giant Eagle are available in the rectory office.
THANKSGIVING MEAL AT ST. FRANCIS UNV.
The Dorothy Day Center at St. Francis University
invites you to share a catered Thanksgiving meal,
honoring our senior citizens, on Wednesday, November 26 from 10:30AM-1:00PM at the Torvian
Dining Hall on the university campus. For questions
or to reserve seating, please call the Dorothy Day
Center at 472-2877 or 472-2878. Must reserve a
spot by November 21st.
WHAT IS THE “ANGEL FUND?”
As you go through your church envelope packets for
you will find an envelope marked “Angel Fund.” Money we receive in this envelope will go into a special
fund to help families in our school who are unable to
pay all of the tuition they owe for their children.
Please help if you can.
Last year the Angel Fund distributed $22,432.25 to
help 42 students who could not pay all or part of their
tuition. On their behalf, I thank you.
SCRIP: THE PAINLESS FUND RAISER!
What do festivals, dinners, games of chance, basket socials, all have in common? They all raise
money through people spending money. “Scrip” is
different because we pay no more for a scrip card
than we would for any other card. E.g., $100 worth
of Scrip buys me $100 worth of food, gasoline, etc.
But through a rebate program, our school makes a
small profit on each card we sell. Hence, I call
Scrip “the Painless Fundraiser.” Scrip cards for
many, many stores and restaurants are available
in the Narthex on Sunday mornings and in the
school office.
GABRIEL PROJECT
The Holy Name Parish Gabriel Project Pro Life Catholic Ministry acts as the Good Samaritan; through the
parish expectant moms and families receive Jesus’ love, care, spiritual, material and emotional support
throughout their pregnancies and are followed through the first year of baby’s life. Gabriel Project is crucial
to PREVENTING ABORTION and years of pain/anguish from abortion. The Gabriel Project prays and counsels our moms and families to obtain employment/education to further take care of their families.
We provide new crib/car seat gift cards, lots of diapers, wash, lotion, clothes, wipes, socks, etc for baby BEFORE BIRTH and after so that our babies are clean, safe, and healthy!
Volunteers needed/welcomed with no strict office hours. Donations of diapers, wash, wipes, etc may be put
in our Crib in the Narthex and monetary donations/gift cards should be placed in the collection basket for
"Gabriel Project."
Please Call Mrs. Stephanie Neighbors today info/help at 24 hour hotline at 814-254-2211.
Please continue to pray for Gabriel Project, volunteers, moms, babies, and families! God bless you for your
support TODAY!
Do Not Delete: Defending Life at Risk in a Throwaway Culture is a pro-life conference being held from
8:00 to 4:00 on Saturday November 15, 2014 at the JFK student center at St. Francis College, Loretto,
PA. The conference is free of charge and is a wonderful opportunity for care givers, medical personnel, patient advocates and the pro life community at large to get up to speed on the problems and grave risks facing
not only our sick, vulnerable and elderly loved ones, but also healthcare consumers in general in our rapidly
changing healthcare system. Admission is free. Register online at http://www.prolifehealthcare.org or by calling 651-484-1040.
SOCIALS
TURKEY BINGO will be held at St. Aloysius Church, Cresson on Sun. Nov. 9. Kitchen opens at
4:00PM; bingo begins at 5:00PM. Menu includes hot turkey sandwich w/all the trimmings. In addition to the
bingo, 50-50s and our annual calendars will be available for purchase.
CARMELITE COMMUNITY OF THE WORD PRE-CHRISTMAS FAIR AND SPAGHETTI DINNER will be
held on Sun. Nov. 9th at Bishop Guilfoyle High School in Altoona from 11AM-3PM (dinner service ends at
2PM). Dinner cost is $7 adults/$3 children under 12. Games, prizes, baked goods, handiwork booths, Santa’s Flea Market. Cash Raffle ticket for prizes from $100 to $1000! Raffle tickets are 3 for $5. Contact Sr.
Margie at 472-8315 if you would like to purchase raffle tickets.
TURKEY BINGO will be held on Mon. Nov. 10th at St. Joseph Church, Portage at 7:00PM. 25 Turkeys
and 5 $10 Stager Store Gift Certificates will be given as prizes. Admission $5 includes a door prize chance.
Bingo cards are 10 cents each per game. Several specials will be played at $1 each. Refreshments available.
CHRISTMAS TOY-A-RAMA – St. Michael Home School Association is sponsoring a toy raffle on Saturday,
NOVEMBER 15th at Our Lady of Loretto Community Hall, Loretto. One boy or girl ticket donation for $20
includes 1 admission, dinner and drinks, must be 21 to attend. Doors open at 5:00 PM. Prize drawings will
begin at 6:00. For tickets or more information contact St Michael School office at 472-9117 or Jeannie 8862249 or Robin 674-6264.
JEWELRY BASH will be held Saturday, November 15th at St. John Vianney Church, Mundy’s Corner.
Doors opening at 5:00PM. Tickets are $20 and include $7,500 in prizes, a buffet dinner and refreshments.
Advance tickets are on sale by calling the rectory at 322-4789.
CARMELITE COMMUNITY OF THE WORD BIG BAND DINNER DANCE will be held on Sat. Nov. 29th at
the Carrolltown Fire Co Banquet Hall in Carrolltown. Doors open at 5:30PM, dinner 6:00PM, dancing 7:0010:00PM. Music provided by Flood City Brass. Tickets $24 each (cash bar) by calling Sr. Jane at 886-4098
or Sue at 322-2470.
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