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The Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed (All Souls Day)
November 2, 2014
Mass Intentions for the Week
Nov. 1
7:30 AM
5:00 PM
† Bob Loskill
by Ed & Kathryn Loskill
† Paul & Jennie Krug
by Bob Krug
Nov. 2
8:00 AM
10:30 AM
For deceased members of our
families and for decrased friends
† James Hargrave
by Renate Hargrave
4:00 PM
For deceased members of our
families and for decrased friends
Nov. 3
7:30 AM
For vacations to the
religious life
Nov. 4
7:30 AM
5:30 PM
† Deceased members of the Mraz
Family by Sister Irene
For the priests of the
Diocese of Lubbock
Wednesday Nov. 5
7:30 AM
For the permanent deacons
who serve in diocesan parishes
Nov. 6
7:30 AM
5:30 PM
For parents & family of
seminarians and religious
For healing for the
Stephen Cox Family
Nov. 7
7:30 AM
For our seminarians
Nov. 8
7:30 AM
5:00 PM
For the parishioners of
Holy Spirit
† Errol Ming
by Lorraine Hopson
Nov. 9
8:00 AM
† Joseph & Helen Driscoll
10:30 AM
† James Eason
by Shirley Eason
For Bishop Rodríguez and his
4:00 PM
All Souls Day —
1093 in the St Augustine Hymnal
Readings—Various Selections
Psalms choices @ 1093
Nicholas Olguin, USN (son of Mr. & Mrs. Steve Olguin,
and grandson of Delores Resendes), PFC Jennifer Ridley
(niece of Bertie Rosiles) serving in Iraq, SGT. Mykellee Lopez, serving
in Japaz, Master SGT Jazika Levario, serving in Italy (niece of Joe and
Lupe Garcia, Cmdr. David Picken, USN, and Lt. Christopher Picken,
USN, now serving in Iraq. ( Sons of Mary Francis Marsh), and all who
serve our country and put their lives at risk on a daily basis to protect
us. ( If anyone has a loved one serving in the military that they would
like us to add to our prayer list, please call the office. Kindly inform of
us of their return home.
Thank you to Elizabeth Maldonado Quesada
For your contribution to the Altar Flowers
Thank You!
Divorce Care is a confidential support group for anyone who
is separated or divorced, that will help you heal from the
hurt. You’ll learn practical information that will help you
deal with the challenges of divorce. Best of all you will gain
hope for the future. For more information contact Diane
Svoboda at 806-790-6220.
Knights of Columbus Council #13347 meets the first
Tuesday of each month. We welcome you to join us or
transfer your membership over to our council.
For more information contact Cruz Delgado, Grand
Knight at 778-8905.
Please Pray For: Those who have died, and those who are sick or suffering, especially: Shirley Brown,
Karen Carson, Carol Ann Freeman (PJ Mitchell’s niece), Marivel Preciado (daughter of Cruz Delgado), Bonnie Loskill, Mary
Kahlich, Bob Krug, Teresa Groux, Sharla Opperman, Charles Hertel (brother of Rose Albus), Amy Wanjura, Grayson Young,
Christine Loerwald, Dan McGrath, Beth Hinojosa, Bernice Kahlich, Maxine Vernon, Karcyn Kauffman, Bill Brown, Frank Rizzo, Cole Kloesel, Deacon Paul Klein, father of Kathy Pierce,Amadeo Gonzales, Arturo Nino, Delfina Steffon, Bret Richard Shannon, Anthony Ludwig , Susie Fangman, Pete Villalba, Douglas Hildebrant, son of Mary Hildebrant, Amber White, Penny Adams, mother of
Shane Adams, Michelle Santiago, Zoe Pomeroy, Virginia Vasquez, Josephine Nlekwa, Elizabeth Worthington, Ophelia Opperman, Jewell Glennan,
Jim Lampe, Petra Gonzalez, Jim Lampe, Monte Clark, Shirley Myer, Steve Myer, Lexie Leach, Charles Alden, Amelia Barrera, Anita King, Edward Alvarado, Brandi Fitzgerald and Ester Iskandar. All others have been placed into our prayer book which has been placed on the
The Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed (All Souls Day)
November 2, 2014
BASKET 52 Shopping Bags
After the 5:00 Mass on Saturday,
November 15th and after the 8:00
am, 10:30 am and 4:00 pm Masses
on Sunday, November 16th, Basket
52 will be handing out shopping
bags with an attached shopping
list. We do this to help Catholic
Charities meet the demand they have for food
right before the Thanksgiving Holidays. Thank
you for your help and generosity!
St. Elizabeth’s Women of Faith group
will be holding a fundraiser on December 7th from 1-7 pm. The ladies
will be babysitting children from 14:30, giving parents the opportunity
to do some Christmas shopping. Kids will enjoy
Christmas crafts and movies during this time.
Parents may drop presents off when they pick
their child up and take advantage of gift wrapping
services. Those attending 5:00 Mass can have
their gifts ready for pick up after Mass.
Safe Environment Trained supervisors will be on
hand during the event and a wristband system will
be in place to insure safety during pick ups and
drop offs.
Please contact Kelsey Lipo with any
questions or to make reservations
for your child. Kelsey may be
reached at
[email protected] or by
calling 21-379-5296. The holidays
are fast approaching and it’s not too
early to make sure you have a spot
for your child!
Family Promise of Lubbock will hold its major
fundraiser of the year, Building Dreams-A Festival
of Hope, on November 13th at Monterey Church of
Christ, 6111 82nd Street. The fundraiser helps to
ensure the continuation of vital services to families experiencing homelessness.
Tickets for the event, which features a silent auction and dinner, are $50 per person. Call the
Family Promise office at 744-5035 for more info.
“Gifts for God “
October 25th & 26th, 2014
$ 15,496.00
$ 1,755.00
Votive Candles
Coffee & Donuts
$ 2,435.00
Altar Flowers
$____ 2.00__
$ 20,211.10
$ 3,000.00
2nd Collection
World Missions
Lighthouse Media
Thank you for your generous support!
Holy Spirit Parish is completely dependent on the generosity
of its parishioners for support. The use of your envelopes
and contributions make possible all our parish activities
and services.
Total Number of envelopes 255 total number of children's envelopes 9
for a total of 264 envelopes.
Parish Offering October 25th and 26th, 2014
Number of Envelopes Used-268
Number of children's envelopes ($1-$10) - 9
Number of donations under $25 - 64
Number of donations $25 to $49– 65
Number of donations $50 to $74 - 47
Number of donations $75 to $99 –7
Number of donations $100 to $249 –36
Number of donations $250 - $500 –9
Number of donations over $500 –
Parent’s Night Out Fundraiser!
If you need some time to Christmas
shop or maybe just an evening outHoly Spirit Youth Group will be having a Parent’s Night Out on December 13th from 6-9:30 PM for children 4 months –5th grade. Secure a spot for
your child now! You will be so glad you did! Contact Tiffany See at
[email protected] or by calling Tiffany at 806-549-6997.
The Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed (All Souls Day)
November 2, 2014
SUNDAY: November 2, 2014
8:00 AM
9:15-10:15 AM
CCE; Faith Alive
10:30 AM
4:00 PM
MONDAY: November 3, 2014
7:15 AM
Morning Prayers
7:30 AM
9:00 AM-Noon
Office Hours
6:00-7:00 PM
Zumba Fitness
7:15 PM
TUESDAY: November 4, 2014
5:45 AM
That Man Is You
7:15 AM
Morning Prayers
7:30 AM
9:00 AM-noon; 1-5 PM
Office Hours
5:30 PM
6:15 PM
WEDNESDAY: November 5, 2014
7:15 AM
Morning Prayers
7:30 AM
9:00 AM-noon; 1-5 PM
Office Hours
9:30-11:00 AM
Women’s Bible Study
5:45 PM
That Man Is You
6:00-7:00 PM
6:00-7:00 PM
Catholic 101
6:00 PM
Practical Spirituality
6:30 PM
Divine Mercy Chaplet
THURSDAY: November 6, 2014
7:15 AM
Morning Prayers
7:30 AM
9:00 AM-noon; 1-5 PM
Office Hours
5:30 PM
6:00-7:00 PM
Zumba Tone
7:00 PM
FRIDAY: November 7, 2014
7:15 AM
Morning Prayers
7:30 AM
9:00 AM-noon; 1-5 PM
Office Hours
SATURDAY: November 8, 2014
7:15 AM
Morning Prayers
7:30 AM
3:00-4:00 PM
5:00 PM
SUNDAY: November 9, 2014
8:00 AM
CCE; Faith Alive
10:30 AM
Liturgical Ministers for Nov. 8 & 9
For information on the current Liturgical Minister Schedule, please
contact Jo Mogan at [email protected]
Saturday, November 8— 5:00 PM
Servers: Briana Brown, Lorelei Fay, Noah Morales, Skylar Salazar
Ceremonial: Myron Hargrove
Lectors: Laurel Johnson, Jane Fuerstenberg
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist: Dominic Ochoa, Isabel Ochoa, Gracie Burdick, Rodger Burdick, Marcos Palacios,
Minerva Palacios, Ruth Thomas, Kaye Villalba
Audio: Ed Rodriguez
Sunday, November 9 — 8:00 AM
Servers: Carson Hormel, Nick Hormel, Adam Rodriguez, Adri
Ceremonial: Carol Ford
Lectors: Heather Hormel, Isabel Rodriguez
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist: Many Carrillo, Stephanie Carrillo, Michael Craig, Rosa Garcia, Alvin Llanas, Janie Llanas
Shawn Smith, Diane Svoboda, Bobby Worley, Laura Worley
Audio: Amy Craig
Sunday, November 9 — 10:30 AM
Servers: Catherine Marnell, Claire Marnell, Jacob Woolam, Jessica Woolam
Ceremonial: Daniel Castro
Lectors: Youth Lectors
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist: Katie Archer, Shirley
Bednarz, Eric Bourquin, Megan Cervantes, Gracie Chairez, Becky
De la Garza, Christian DeLeon, Janie Garza, Bill Howerton, Denise
Kirby, Dennis Kirby, Norma Jean Kitten, Ali Ledesma, Cipi Lira,
Jett Major, Marsha Melton, Alexis Meza, Kathy Pierce
Audio: Roger McNamara
Sunday, November 9 — 4:00 PM
Servers: Maddox Dugan, Victoria Galan, Jaelyn Galan, Taylor
Ceremonial: Brad Brooks
Lectors: Katie Gamueda
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist: Austin Castanon, Cesar Castanon, Linda Hageman, Pat Harder, Tramella LeMond,
Alexis Torres
Audio: Colleen Farley
The Hospitality Committee is asking for volunteers to
serve donuts & coffee after the 8:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Masses. Call Gloria De La Garza @ 577-1776!
Tuesday, November 11th
11:00 AM, Father Brian Wood presiding
Hosted by Catholic War Veteran’s Post 1942
The Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed (All Souls Day)
November 2, 2014
November 2nd-8th
During National Vocations Awareness Week, the Diocese of
Lubbock invites you to pray for vocations. Each day we will
dedicate prayers for a different intention, asking the Lord to
open men and women to lives of service in the church. Please
join us! Daily Intentions are
As follows:
November 1: Increase in Vocations On all Saints Day, we
petition the Lord for an increase in vocations to the priesthood,
religious life, and permanent diaconate in our diocese so that
all might become saints.
November 2: Decreased Priests and Religious On all Souls
Day, we pray for the repose of the souls of those priests and
religious men and women who have served in our diocese.
November 3: Women Religious We ask Almighty God to
sustain our women religious in their vocation and call more
women to service for the Church of Lubbock.
November 4: Priests For the priests of our diocese, that God
uphold them in virtue and holiness as they give themselves in
service of the people of God.
November 5: Permanent Diaconate For our permanent deacons, their wives, and families, for those in discernment, that
the Lord uphold them in their ministry of charity.
November 6: Parents & Families of Vocations That God
might bless those who support their sons and daughters in their
pursuit of a life of serving God’s people.
November 7: Seminarians That our men studying for the
holy priesthood might persevere in along their path of discernment and formation.
November 8: Marriage May those called to the Sacrament of
Holy Matrimony open themselves to lives of mutual self-giving
and devotion.
November 9: Bishop Pla︠cido Rodri︠guez, CMF In thanksgiving for the ministry of our bishop to the Diocese of Lubbock, that our God may bless the diocese with more vocations
to the priesthood, permanent diaconate and consecrated life.
Steps to the Novena
1. Begin with the Sign of the Cross.
2. Announce the Daily Intention.
3. Pray one decade of the Rosary.
4. Pray the following prayer: Lord Jesus, as You gave us
Your life You said, “Do this in memory of Me.”
May all Your disciples fulfill Your command of love. Raise up
humble men to the Priesthood, faithful people to the Consecrated Life, and holy men and women to Married Life. May all
hear Your call to holiness and have the courage to respond with
generous hearts. Amen.
5. Conclude with the Sign of the Cross.
Mary, Mother of the Church,
Pray for us!
All parishioners of Holy Spirit, especially parents of
CCE students, are encouraged to attend at least one
Faith Formation Class.
FAITH ALIVE – meets from 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. in
Rooms 126-130 of the Education Building. All adults
and older teens are welcome, just show up to attend!
on Wednesday evenings in Rooms 126-130 of the Education Building. The class can help you understand what
Catholicism really means. Just show up to join!
Monday, September 15th and meets from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. in Rooms 126-130. This is a 9 week video course
led by Tim Kelly. Registration for this class is online at
GENESIS TO JESUS-Online Course-Perfect for selfpaced study. Sign up for this course online at, click on Studies>Online Bible Studies > Genesis to Jesus.
ARISE-Small Group Bible Sessions will begin meeting
October 1st . Sign-ups are available in the Gathering
Space. Look for the Arise table after Mass!
PRACTICAL SPIRITUALITY-meets every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in the Chapel.
DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET-every Wednesday at
6:30 p.m. in the Chapel.
We hope that you will find something that strikes your
interests! Don’t forget about That Man Is You, Divorce
CARE, Women’s Bible Study, RCIA and the Divine
Mercy chapel as other ways to increase your knowledge
and spirituality.
In conjunction with National Vocations Awareness Week,
Our Lady of the Angels Convent in Wolffforth will host
Set Apart: A Night on Consecrated Life on Monday, November 3rd from 6:00 –8:00 p.m. Everyone in the diocese
is invited to spend time with all the religious communities
in the diocese and ask the community members questions
on Consecrated Life. Mass and dinner will be provided.
Our Lady of Grace in Lubbock will host a Holy Hour at
7:00 p.m. on Friday, November 7th. All the Catholic
Fathful are invited to join the parishioners of Our Lady of
Grace for a Holy Hour to give thanks to God for the gift
of all Vocations.
The Commemoration of all the Faithful Departed (All Souls Day)
November 2, 2014
Edge meets from 5:15 –7:00 p.m. in McGivney Hall
every Sunday. Parents, please do not drop off kids before 5:10 unless they are attending 4:00 Mass.
EDGE will be having a retreat December 5th-6th. This retreat is mandatory for all 8th grade students. Registration
for the retreat starts today and the deadline to register is
November 23rd.
THANK YOU! To all the parents and volunteers who helped
make Trunk or Treat a fun, family friendly event for parishioners of all ages. A great time was had by all and we could
not have done it without your help. We appreciate you ALL!
NOVEMBER 2nd-So You Think You’re Catholic-Why Be
NOVEMBER 9th-What’s the Catch? Sacraments and Grace
*Students, be sure to bring your back pack to class each Sunday!
For more information on any EDGE activity, call Tami or
Sam Sparkman at 778-3620 or 549-5278.
Study the Book of Leviticus with us.
Find out about the Old Testament rituals that are the foundation of what we do in the New Testament.
Sundays when CCE is in session
Time: 9:15—10:15 a.m.
Place: Rm. 126-130—1st floor in the ed. bldg.
All adults and older teens welcome.
For information, contact David Powell—239-0804
or Laurel Johnson—794-3995
LIFE TEEN-Sundays 5:15-7:00 pm
November 9th-No LIFE TEEN (confirmation retreat)
CONFIRMATION-Wednesdays 7:00-8:30 pm
NOVEMBER 5th - When did my Journey begin? (Baptism)
Parent Session, parents signed up for this class, please join us
at 7:00 pm in the Life Teen Room.
NOVEMBER 8-9-Confirmation Retreat!! Cost $30, and
forms and fees need to be turned in by November 2nd. We
will meet in the north parking lot of the church at 7:00 am on
Saturday, November 8th to head to the retreat. We will return to the church at 3pm on Sunday, November 9th and end
the retreat with 4pm mass.
NOVEMBER 12-Why tell my sins to a priest? (The Healing
Power of Confession)
2nd grade and RCIC students receiving Reconciliation
and First Holy Communion will have a MANDATORY
Parent and child Video class in McGivney Hall on Sunday, November 2nd (today!) at 9:15 am or on Wednesday, November 12th at 6:00 pm in the second grade
classroom. Please join your child in class for this special event. Details for both sacraments will be discussed.
Hygiene bags for the Lubbock Impact Soup Kitchen are
due December 3rd. These bags will be children’s
Christmas presents. Please fill one per CCE child to
meet our goals. Details will be going home with your
child this week.
We are happy to have 341 students (and growing) in
our program; thank you for being your child’s first
teacher in the faith!
THAT MAN IS YOU meets on Tuesday mornings from 5:45
am to 7:25 am and on Wednesday evenings from 5:45 pm to
7:30 pm. Feel free to choose either of the times as the lesson is
the same at both times. Men, please come do something spiritually significant in your life! We look forward to you joining
us in McGivney Hall at one of the sessions. You do not have to
have attended past sessions. You are welcome to join at any
time. For more information contact Brad Brooks at 795-8505
or Jim Decker at [email protected]
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
The RCIA class continues to grow. The sharing of God’s
word and those answering His call fill McGivney Hall
every Thursday eve from 7-9 PM. Come join us if God
has spoken to you to come to His church. The last date to
begin RCIA for this year is Nov. 6.
Call the Parish Office (698-6400) or Juno (777-5348) to
join our growing, faith-filled RCIA family.
Baptism Classes are the 3nd
Saturday of every month.
The next class will be held on
November 15th from 8:30 a.m. to
10:00 a.m. The classes are held
in Room 118.