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Welcome to St. Peter!
While we celebrate the rich history of our parish, we strive to promote the promise of the future through the Four Pillars of Dominican Spirituality— Prayer, Study, Community and Preaching.
Are you interested in learning more about the Catholic Church?
Our RCIA Team would love to meet you! - Join us Thursday, November 13th
at 7 p.m. Childcare available upon request.
A Dominican Parish
Established in 1840
November 9, 2014
Dedication of the Lateran
Basilica in Rome
Fr. Auggie’s Reflection - Dedication of the Lateran Basilica in Rome
EZ 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; PS 46; 1 COR 3:9C-11, 16-17; JN 2:13-22
From 1st Corinthians:
Do you not know that you are the temple of God,
and that the Spirit of God dwells in you?
Reflection:
We are proud of our buildings, artwork, music, and so many other enriching
elements of our life of faith. However, if we focus on these aspects of our community purely for themselves, then we can miss their purpose: To help us be
the most beautiful temples of the Holy Spirit we can be. Indeed, God dwells in
each of us. When such an honored guest dwells in our homes, do we not clean
and prepare the home? Do we not offer warm hospitality? We should do no less
to our own souls and bodies in preparation for the Lord. Our prayers, good
works, proper healthcare, and avoidance of sin aid in our being prepared to
welcome the Holy Spirit in our hearts. As we celebrate this feast of the Universal Church, let us remember that we each are part of the Body of Christ, the
Church, and that we all play a part in the Church’s holiness and beauty.
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CLERGY
Rev. Augustine DeArmond, O.P. .................Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. John Lydon, O.P. ....................Parochial Vicar
[email protected]
Rev. Mr. Eddie Ramsey................................Deacon
[email protected]
Rev. Dr. Paul D. Watkins, O.P. …..............Director,
St. Martin de Porres Shrine and Institute
[email protected]
Rev. Victor E. Laroche, O.P. ................In Residence
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EVENTS OF NOTE at ST. PETER
Thursday, November 13th
Saturday, November 15th
Sunday, November 16th
7 p.m.
10:30 a.m.
2 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
Bible Study,/RCIA/ Choir
Baptism Preparation Class
Virtus Training
Dominican Laity Meeting
PARISH STAFF
Leon Coffey..........................................Maintenance
Christina Klyce...........Dir. of Religious Education
Devan Langston........Youth Team Co-Coordinator
Brenda Pryor...................................Office Manager
Jane Scharding-Smedley.....Organist/Choirmaster
Julia Waggoner..........Youth Team Co-Coordinator
St. Peter Catholic Church
190 Adams Avenue at Third Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
(901)527-8282 • Fax (901)526-6882
Emergency Line (901)828-6488
www.stpeterchurch.org
To plan a Baptism, Funeral or Wedding at St. Peter, please call the
parish office at (901)527-8282.
MASS SCHEDULE
CONFESSION
SATURDAY VIGIL - 5:00 p.m.
SATURDAY - 4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
SUNDAYS - 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
(East tower inside the church)
OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
ST. MARTIN DE PORRES SHRINE
(Shrine Chapel - enter on Third St.)
MASS SCHEDULE
MORNING PRAYER
WEEKDAYS - Mon. - Fri. - 12:05 p.m.
with the Dominican Community
CONFESSION
Visit our parish website for general information
about our church.
WEEKDAYS - Mon. - Fri. - 11:30 a.m.
WEEKDAYS - Mon. - Fri. - 7:30 a.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Rosary at 11:30 a.m. / Veneration of
St. Martin’s relic during Mass
PARISH LIFE
STUDY
VIRTUS: Protecting God’s Children Training for Adults
will be held on this Saturday, November 15 at 2 p.m. and
Thursday, December 4 at 7 p.m. This important safe
environment training is required for all who volunteer
with children, teens, and vulnerable adults in our parish
and diocese, and recommended for all parents with
children in our parish programs. Sign up in the Welcome
Corner or by email to [email protected]
The flowers on the altar this weekend
are in honor of the marriage of
Angela Raines and Bill Adelman
on Saturday. On Monday the flowers
will be delivered to Catholic Charities for their
Bouquet of Hope program.
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Our Parish Book of Remembrance is available
in the back of church for you to write the
names of loved ones you wish remembered in
prayer during this month
Virtue of Stewardship
This year, our parish is using the Dominican Sisters’ program “Virtues in Practice” which profiles a virtue and saint
each month for children in grades PK-8. Families are invited to download the parent guide and children’s workbooks
(for free) at http://nashvilledominican.org/Apostolate/
Evangelization_and_Catechesis.
Stewardship: Returning to God the first fruits
of your time, talent, and treasure.
YOUTH GROUP NEWS (grades 7 – 12)
A steward is someone who is given the responsibility to care for and protect things that belong to
someone else. Because each of our lives is a gift
from God, we are all “stewards” who will give our
lives back to God when we go to heaven. So while
we are on earth, we must take care of and use wisely all the time, talents, and material things with
which God has blessed us, using all for the benefit of
others and the glory of God.
Virtues in Practice, Year I: Year of Faith Workbook for
Grades 3-5,
SOUP SUNDAY THIS SUNDAY. Every second Sunday of the month, Calvary Church sells delicious soups
in our gathering area. The proceeds help defray the
cost of their Sunday morning breakfast for the homeless.
$5/pint—$10 quart.
.
Walk begins at 9am. Register at givethankswalk.org .
November 9-December 21 Fr. Robert Barron’s “Priest,
Prophet, King” 6 week series facilitated
by Andrew Bowie, Ann Leatherman,
and Dick Wager.
Optional study guide is $25.
Friday Morning Women’s Bible Study: Join us as
we study the Book of Revelation by Catholic Scripture
Study International. We meet on Fridays from 9:1510:45 at the home of Julia Azar, 385 Goodwyn St. For
more information, please contact Ginger Taylor at
901-323-2779 or [email protected]
The virtue for November is stewardship.
You are invited to show your support for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by joining the St. Jude Give
Thanks Walk on Saturday, November 22 at Carriage
Crossing Mall in Collierville. Join us for a morning of
music, food and fun as we raise funds for the children of
St. Jude. Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for
treatment, travel, housing or food, because all a family
should worry about is helping their child live. We need
your help. Check-in begins at 7am
Upcoming Sunday Morning Adult Faith Formation Opportunities--We meet in the Parish Hall at 9:45 and all are
welcome!
St. Peter Youth
(grades 7 – 12)
High School Bible Study Sunday morning at 9:30
"Screwtape Letters and Living the Catholic Faith"
A light breakfast will be provided!
Come 2-gether for lunch! (Every 2nd Sunday)
Sunday, November 9. Huey's Midtown
Join us for lunch after 11am Mass
Please see the full calendar at http://
www.stpeterchurch.org/religioused/youthgroup.html
YOUNG ADULTS
In your 20s or 30s? We want you to join the young
adult ministry! Get involved by emailing [email protected] and check our calendar on
www.stpeterchurch.org/community/
youngadults.html.
Young Adults Sunday Bible Study—9:45 a.m. Front Conference Room..
November 9 + Dedication of the Lateran Basilica + 2014
Music for St Dominic Mass is found on card in Hymnal
5 p.m. Vigil Mass
Lector
* Parts of the liturgy sung by all
*
EM
Kim Schwarz
Ken Vilag
Sandra Douglass
Server
Brennan Geta
Cantor
Usher
Bro. Phil Jones
David Whitehead
Leo Arnoult
Bob Nieman
Pachelbel
Ein Feste Burg
Penitential Rite
* GLORIA: HYMN 314
Collect
* (11) Dismissal of Children (all sing):
We send you forth to hear the Word of the Lord
Vermulst
Picard
Take these words to heart and walk in God's way.
Liturgy of the Word
*
*
Iwona Pawlikowska (L)
Kay Johnson (C )
Tower Bell
Organ Prelude
A Mighty Fortress
Welcome
HYMN 818
A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD
Greeting
Serving in Liturgical
Ministry this weekend
First Reading, page 83
Ezekiel 47:1-2.8-9,12
PSALM, page 84
Psalm 46
Second Reading
I Corinthians 3:9-11,16-17
GOSPEL ALLELUIA (on card in Hymnal)
St. Dominic Mass
Holy Gospel
John 2:13-22
Homily
Creed, page 96
General Intercessions Response: Lord, hear our prayer.
Liturgy of the Eucharist
*
(5/8:30) HYMN 758
CHRIST IS MADE THE SURE FOUNDATION
Regent Square
(11) Anthem Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation
Wood
* MASS ORDINARY (on card in Hymnal)
St. Dominic Mass
* Communion: HYMN 633 I AM THE BREAD OF LIFE (Refrain)
Post-Communion Prayer
Frank Berretta
Sacristan
Greeter
Giftbearers NEED
8:30 a.m. SUNDAY MASS
Lector
Jim Owen (L)
Lowry Whitehorn (C )
EM
Ted Krausser
Genevieve Imbalzano
Marian Taylor
Aggie Fratta
Server
Jake Jorgensen
Elisabeth Van Brocklin
Cantor
Usher
Pierre Landaiche
Bob Waggoner
Stan Hyland
Sam Klyce
Malcolm Prtatt
Sacristan Mike Fitzmorris
Greeter
Beth & Chuck Mitchell
Giftbearer NEED
11:00 a.m. SUNDAY MASS
Lector
EM
Terry Pyrdom
Jeff Smith
Tina Todd
Fred Azar
Richard Buchignani
Lee Askew
Celine Croce
Final Blessing and Dismissal
Aurelia
Jim Latta
Server
THANK YOU to all who made last Sunday’s musical offering of the
Special appreciation to Martha Payne and her reception committee Philip Cox for recording the concert – and especially St. Peter Choir
Elisabeth Ann Neel
Cantor
Jennie Latta
Usher
Tim Anderson
Jack Casey
Chris Cornaghie
& guest musicians who created the beautiful sounds we experienced.
Join “CHRISTMAS CHOIR” and help sing for Midnight Mass!
Rehearsals: Thursdays, December 4, 11, 18 (7 – 8:30 PM)
All voices (age 16 & older) welcome & needed!
Michael Michael
Susan Morris
Annie Leatherman
Fauré Requiem such a marvelous and prayerful celebration!
Contact Jane by THIS Saturday: 527-8282, ext. 15
Cheryl O’Bannon (I)
Louis Montesi (II)
Mary Ellen Restivo (C )
Pulpit Announcements – Welcome of Visitors
Blessing of November Birthdays/Anniversaries
* HYMN 762 (stz 1 & 5) BAPTIZED IN LIVING WATERS
Katheryne Cooper
Richard Asbury
Cornelius Fabre´
Bill Robinson
Ernie Restivo
Sacristan
Mike Fitzmorris
Greeter
Olivia Cabigao
Giftbearer NEED
Sandwich Lee Askew
Deliverer
PARISH MINISTRY CONTACTS
PRAYER
MASS INTENTIONS for the week
Saturday, November 8th
thru Tuesday, November 11th
Sunday, November 9th
Wednesday, November 12th
Thursday, November 13th
Friday, November 14th
Saturday, November 15th
Sunday, November 16th
For the Patrons of the
St. Martin Shrine &
Institute
For the Parish
11 A.M.
Thomas Justin Pitts +
Billy Rose, Jr. +
Bernard B. McCauley +
Peggy & Salvatore
Palazolo +
5 P.M.
Elizabeth B. Witherington + 8:30 A.M.
For the Parish
11 A.M.
Call the parish office to reserve a Mass intention date - (901)5278282.
Liturgy Committee
Tommie [email protected]
Music Ministry
Jane [email protected]
Bereavement Ministry
Kathy [email protected]
Ministry of the Sick
Kathy [email protected]
Jim [email protected]
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Laura O. [email protected]
STUDY
Director of Religious Education
Christina Klyce……[email protected]
PRAYERS
COMMUNITY
Parishioners who are homebound: Sara Folis, Sue Tufts Stefanac,
175th Celebration
Robert Estabrook, Myra Wilson
Lee [email protected]
Parishioners,
family
and
friends
requesting
prayers:
Dick McStay, Catherine Rainey, Tommie Saxon, Jamie Ramsey, Joe
Linder, Tommy Buford, James Clarke, Norman Lewandowski, Marie SensTaylor, Gloria Andereck, Jithendar Murmu, Brooks Hussey, Mary Lou Watkins, Jennifer Warren Rhem, Patricia Dugger, Glenda & Mike Martin,
Jane Sacharczyk, Maria Meyers, David Davis, Marilyn Dilworth, Joscelyn
Shoptaw, Lily-Kate Anthony (Please call the office to update information)
Archives
Prayers for New Life Please pray for our expectant parents and their babies!
Bobbie [email protected]
Building & Maintenance......(currently vacant)
Communication
Brenda [email protected]
Dominican Laity
Ted Krausser ............ [email protected]
Finance
Expectant Parents
Due Date
Ramon [email protected]
Avery & Chris Morrison
Kristin Hennessy-McDonald & Mark McDonald
Lizzy & Alex Sharp
March 5
Jan. 31
Jan 12
Hospitality
EXPECTANT PARENTS: Would you like to be included on our Expectant
Parents Prayer List? Would you like to receive the Expectant Parent packet?
Contact Christina Klyce at [email protected] or (901)527-8282.
Melissa [email protected]
New Parishioner Ministry
Warren [email protected]
Parish Council
Leslie [email protected]
COLUMBARIUM: St. Peter Church has a columbarium in the Shrine
courtyard. Each niche provides for the placement of two urns. For more
information about the columbarium, call Chris Cornaghie (901)454-9888.
Remember the following
parishioners and/or family members who are serving in harm’s way
around the world: 1st Lt. Robert Campbell, Capt. Stephen White, Tom
Tufts, Jr., Gregory Tufts, William Perry, Capt. Robert Latta, Lt. Col.
Steve Reed. These names are in a special book that is brought to the altar at every Mass. Please contact the parish office at 901-527-8282 to update information or to add a name.
Prayers for Those Serving in Harm’s Way:
MINISTRY TO THE SICK (St. Peter emergency line is (901)828-6488.
Please call the parish office (901)527-8282 to let us know of ill or homebound parishioners or upcoming surgeries. You can arrange a visit by a
priest, deacon or lay minister when you, a family member, or friend is
ill, homebound, hospitalized, in an assisted living facility or nursing
home. All ministers can bring Holy Communion, pray or just visit with
anyone not able to get to church. Priests can administer other sacraments as desired.
Saintly Seniors
Glenda [email protected]
Stewardship
Bill Robinson [email protected]
Young Adults
Melissa Esposito [email protected]
Youth Group
Julia Waggoner & Devan Langston
[email protected]
MINISTRY
First Works – Kitchen Angels
..…………….... Parish Office
Hospitality Hub
Kay Clark……………[email protected]
Jubilee Schools
................Parish Office
Sandwich Ministry
Annette [email protected]
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