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St. Augustine, St. Benedict the Moor & St. Mary Churches: Pastoral Region One
THE TEMPLE OF STONES IS A SYMBOL OF
THE LIVING CHURCH
Today the liturgy celebrates the dedication of the
Lateran Basilica, called “mother and head of all the
churches of the city and the world.” In fact, this basilica
was the first to be built after Emperor Constantine’s edict,
in 313, granted Christians freedom to practice their religion.
The emperor himself gave Pope Miltiades the
ancient palace of the Laterani family, and the basilica, the
baptistery, and the patriarchate, that is, the Bishop of
Rome’s residence — where the Popes lived until the
Avignon period — were all built there. The basilica’s
dedication was celebrated by Pope Sylvester around 324
and was named Most Holy Savior; only after the 6th
century was the names of St. John the Baptist and St. John
the Evangelist added, and now is typically denominated by
these latter.
Initially the observance of this feast was confined
to the city of Rome; then, beginning in 1565, it was
extended to all the Churches of the Roman rite. The
honoring of this sacred edifice was a way of expressing
love and veneration for the Roman Church, which, as St.
Ignatius of Antioch says, “presides in charity” over the
whole Catholic communion (Letter to the Romans, 1:1).
On this solemnity the Word of God recalls an
essential truth: the temple of stones is a symbol of the living
Church, the Christian community, which in their letters the
Apostles Peter and Paul already understood as a “spiritual
edifice,” built by God with “living stones,” namely,
Christians themselves, upon the one foundation of Jesus
Christ, who is called the “cornerstone” (cf. 1 Corinthians
3:9-11, 16-17; 1 Peter 2:4-8; Ephesians 2:20-22). “Brothers,
you are God’s building,” St. Paul wrote, and added: “holy is
God’s temple, which you are” (1 Corinthians 3:9c, 17).
The beauty and harmony of the churches, destined
to give praise to God, also draws us human beings, limited
and sinful, to convert to form a “cosmos,” a well-ordered
structure, in intimate communion with Jesus, who is the
true Saint of saints. This happens in a culminating way in
the Eucharistic liturgy, in which the “ecclesia,” that is, the
community of the baptized, come together in a unified way
to listen to the Word of God and nourish themselves with
the Body and Blood of Christ. From these two tables the
Church of living stones is built up in truth and charity and
is internally formed by the Holy Spirit transforming herself
into what she receives, conforming herself more and more
to the Lord Jesus Christ. She herself, if she lives in sincere
and fraternal unity, in this way becomes the spiritual
sacrifice pleasing to God.
Dear friends, today’s feast celebrates a mystery that
is always relevant: God’s desire to build a spiritual temple
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in the world, a community that worships him in spirit and
truth (cf. John 4:23-24). But this observance also reminds
us of the importance of the material buildings in which the
community gathers to celebrate the praises of God. Every
community therefore has the duty to take special care of its
own sacred buildings, which are a precious religious and
historical patrimony. For this we call upon the intercession
of Mary Most Holy, that she help us to become, like her,
the “house of God,” living temple of his love.
— Benedict XVI, Angelus Address, November 9, 2008
REGION ONE LITURGICAL SCHEDULE
[SA] = St. Augustine [SB] = St. Benedict [SM] = St. Mary
Fri.
Nov 14 8am [SM] SM/SB Parishioners
Sat.
Nov 15 2pm [SM] Wedding
4:30pm [SB] SB Parishioners
4:30pm [SM] David Geiger
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sun. Nov 16 8:15am [SA] David Emrick
9:45am [SM] Captain Robert I. Lopez,
Daniel Kenyon, Anita Wagner, birthday
11am [SB] SB Parishioners
1:15pm [SM] Spanish Mass
THIS WEEK'S EVENTS PASTORAL REGION ONE:
[SA] St. Augustine [SB] = St. Benedict; [SM] = St. Mary
Mon 11/10
Prayer Mtg 11am [SB]
Fellowship of Work 7pm [SM]
Tues. 11/11
Choir practice 7pm [SM]
Wed 11/12
Bible Study 7pm [SB]
Holy Name 7pm [SMHall]
Thurs 11/13 Bible Study 10am [SMC]
SM Parish Council 6pm [SMC]
Sat. 11/15
Women's Group mtg 9:30am [SB]
Choir Practice 6pm [SB]
Sun. 11/16
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANITA, THE BIG 60!
Bible Study 10:45am [SMC]
IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED IN BECOMING A
SACRISTAN AT ST. AUGUSTINE CHURCH
PLEASE CONTACT SYLVIA
OFFICE 855-2289 OR HOME 855-6649
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WEEKLY COLLECTIONS Nov 1/2
St. Mary Weekly Goal: $4116.00
Weekly
$2684.08
Building fund
$267
SVDP
$15
Rent
$583.00
Candles
$52.00
TOTAL:
$4101.08
YTD collection $59, 827.52 SHORTFALL ($18,942.40)
St. Benedict
Weekly Goal $5,200.00
11/1 $704
11/2 $5421.25
Weekly Total: $6125.25
Maintenance: $644
St. Augustine
Weekly Collection
$1185.47
Mission Sunday $5 All Saints $55
Cap. Imp. $450
ST. AUGUSTINE LITURGICAL SCHEDULE
Lectors: Sophie Delegato, Tim Rennecker
Eucharistic Ministers: Ken Stewart, Doug Hoog, Fran
Delegato, Patrick Barnett, Jean Evanchuck, Susie Stewart,
Jeff & Sandy Bruns
Ushers and Greeters: Richard Dillon, Matthew Valenti,
Don Hoog
Servers: Cassidy Brewer, Blake Setser, Michael Fischer
TAKE TEN & CONNECT
With God & With Others Your Faith & Daily Life
Spend 10 minutes reflecting on God’s Word
Next Sunday’s scripture: Proverbs 31: 10-13, 19-20, 30-31;
1 Thessalonians 5: 1-6; Matthew 25: 14-30
What are the most important gifts you have been
given?
If your life ended today, what from your life would
you be most pleased to set before God?
For what gifts do you need to show more gratitude?
How can you do that this week?
PRAY FOR OUR PARISH
MILITARY MEMBERS
TSgt Timothy Scott Marcum, USAF; SSgt Justin Bentley,
USAF; SrA Matthew Bauer, USAF; CPT Brian Hargis, US
Army; SSG Lynn Jones, US Army; Saundra Ann Morrell,
USN; Ronald Morrell Pruitt, US Army, Capt. Andrew J.
Konicki, USMC.; SSgt Christopher DeWitt, USAF, Sgt Alex
Zavakas, US Army, SSG Bill Himes US Army; PFC Michael
V. Jackson, US Army, PVT Corey Taylor, US Army, Lt. Com.
Ryan Jonathan Logan, USN, SGT Stephanie Lewis, US Army,
PFC Solomon A. Smith, US Army, SrA Candice Smith,
USAF, EOD3 Aaron R. Gorby, USN; Davion A. Redd,
USCG, Pvt Jacob Deis, USMC, SSgt Jennifer Wagner, USAF,
LCpl Jacob Deis, USMC.
PRAY FOR OUR BELOVED SICK of SB
In our prayers, let us remember those in need of the
Lord’s healing mercy, especially: Andrew Lewis, Jackie
Bristow, Brenda Lewis, Mae Wilkerson, Kenneth Bronston,
Zadie Buckner, Mary Helen Spanish, Ruby Hobbs, Chuck
Dewitt, Valerie Smith, Phyllis Coley, Lora Singleton, Mark
Wells, Gloria Patton, Jessie Campbell, Betty Jones, Pat
Bell, Ralph Reed and Janis Lowery.
ST. BENEDICT LITURGICAL
MINISTRY SCHEDULE
NOV 16TH – 33RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
1st Reader: Tonya Clark; 2nd Reader: Kathy Garrison;
Petitions: Rita Ellicott
Extraordinary Ministers: Juanita Newell, Mary Barker,
Janis Lowery, Rose Williams (R); Janice Allen, Robin
Craft-Bell, Emmett Orr, Susan Smith (L)
CALL TO WORSHIP
November 16, 2014
Siena Brown
IN THE NURSING HOME/ASSISTED LIVING
FROM ST. BENEDICT AND
ST. MARY PARISHES
Eddie Weaver
Lavonne Barker
Mary Paschal
Artie Oliver
Mary Scott
Mary Scott
Livingston Care Center
Mercy Sienna
ST BENEDICT'S WOMEN'S GROUP
AND 10TH ANNIVERSARY
PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING
The Women's Group meeting and the next meeting of
St. Benedict's 10th Anniversary Planning Committee are
scheduled for Sat., Nov. 15 at 9:30 a.m. in the MultiPurpose Room at St. Benedict's. A Continental Breakfast
will be served. We will be discussing planning for the
church's 10th Anniversary celebration and future activities
for the Women's Group. Committee Chairpersons will be
presenting reports on the status of their committee's
activities. For more info contact Annette Young @
937.416.2459 or Susan Smith @ 937.308.5465. Bring
your ideas and a friend with you. Hope to see you there!
THANK YOU
This bulletin is furnished to the Parish without charge.
The advertisements that appear completely defray all publishing
costs with which the church would otherwise be burdened.
Please patronize these sponsors as a thank you for their kind
generosity.
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ST. MARY LITURGICAL MINISTRY SCHEDULE
Nov 15 - 4:30pm
[S] Julie Himes
[L] Sr. Rose Margaret, Mary Ellen Oomens
[E] Dolora Michel, Debbie Hoover, Mary Ann
Faulstick
Nov 16 - 9:45am
[S] Mark Bruggeman
[L] Paula Good, Mary Saluke
[E] Mary & Helen Saluke, Julie Moorman, FJ
Linsenmeyer, Tom Drerup, Marilyn Wolff
LIFE LINE SCREENING
On Friday, December 5, 2014 there will be a life
line screening event at St. Augustine Church.
CARROLL DRAMA PORTRAYS THE
BOARDING HOUSE REACH
Carroll High School Freedom Players will perform the
play “The Boarding House Reach” on Nov. 14th at 8 pm, 15th at 8
pm, and 16th at 2 pm. .This comedy tells the tale of the Maxwell
family and their well-meaning but troublesome son Lucas. Mom
and Dad leave for an out of town business trip leaving Lucas and
his sisters home. Enterprising Lucas takes this opportunity to rent
out the house to a comical cast of characters to earn enough
money to buy himself a bicycle. Mom and Dad come home early
and chaos ensues!
A Bicycle Picnic Lunch featuring music and
entertainment will be Sun., Nov. 16th at 12:30 pm before the Sun.
matinee. Reservations are required for the Luncheon. Entire
tables are available for purchase. Luncheon Tickets are $15 for
adults and $12 for students and senior citizens..
Tickets can be purchased at the school office, or at the
door. Tickets are $8.00 for adults and $6.00 for students and
senior citizens. Children 5 and under are free.
BLACK CATHOLIC HISTORY
MONTH LECTURE
You are invited to the University of Dayton Black
Catholic History Month Mass on November 9, 2014 at 6:00
p.m. at the Church of the Holy Angels.
The Annual Father Joseph M. Davis, S.M. Black
Catholic History Month Lecture will be on Nov. 10, at 7:00
p.m. in Sears Recital Hall at the University of Dayton. The
lecture is free and open to the public. Parking is available
in Parking Lot C.
This year's lecturer is Father Joseph A. Brown, S.J.
Father Brown is Professor of Africana Studies at Southern
Illinois University, Carbondale. The title of Father
Brown’s lecture is “We Are Climbing Jacob’s Ladder”:
Truly Black, Truly Catholic.
For more information call or email Dr. Cecilia
Moore, Department of Religious Studies 937-229-4559 or
[email protected]
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OUR LADY OF KIBEHO FEAST MASS
All are welcome to join in the Feast Mass of Our
Lady of Kibeho on Saturday, Nov 29 at Emmanuel Parish.
Confessions will be from 10:00 to 10:40am and Mass will
begin at 11am. A celebration will be held following Mass
and a DVD of the Vatican approved apparitions will also be
shown. For more information, please contact Lisa
Donigian at 937-901-2727 or [email protected]
ST. BENEDICT THE MOOR ANNUAL
CHRISTMAS DANCE
The Annual Christmas dance takes place on Friday
December 5, 2014, beginning at 9pm. Music is provided by
“KDJ” Kenneth Johnson. There are a lot of door prizes and
you can win a fifty/fifty raffle. Donation is $20.00. For
tickets please contact the St. Benedict parish office at 2686697 or Lucille Wilder at 461-2077 and Susan Smith at
263-6713.
THANK YOU.
Fr. Francis would like to thank all those who
patronized the St. Mary Fish Fry last Friday November 7.
What would we do without you? We hope to see you again
on February 6, 2015!!
ST, BENEDICT THANKSGIVING MASS
This year there will be only one Thanksgiving Day
Mass for Region One.
This will take place on
Thanksgiving Day at 9am at St. Mary, Dayton
The usual Thanksgiving Mass between St. Benedict
and St. Charles is no longer going to take place. This was a
decision made by the St. Charles’ Parishioners. The
Parishioners feel the purpose of our coming together has
run its course.
EVER CONSIDER MISSIONARY WORK?
Our Holy Father Pope Francis invites us all to be
joy-filled missionary disciples locally and globally, sharing
and learning of God’s love. Some of us may feel a tug from
God to serve beyond our homes, somewhere else in the
United States or overseas. We might be called for a short or
long term assignment in one of hundreds of different kinds
of work and ministry. There are over 70 Catholic mission
organizations looking for volunteers 55 and up, who may
be seeking something meaningful in part-time or full-time
retirement. Another 130 mission groups are looking for
married couples with or without children, youth, or church
groups. For a WIDE November 2014 Clergy
Communications 11 range of possibilities, go to:
https://catholicvolunteernetwork.org/ and contact Dr. Mike
Gable for advice at: [email protected]
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REMEMBER THEM IN PRAYER
The month of November is dedicated to
remembering the saints and our deceased family members
and friends. As you and your family seek to live out your
own vocations to holiness, the diocesan Family and Respect
Life Office encourages you to look for inspiration and
strength in reflecting with gratitude on the lives of those
powerful men and women of faith who lived Gospel lives.
We give thanks to you, O Lord our God, for all your
servants and witnesses of times past:
• For Abraham, the father of believers, and Sarah, his wife,
• For Moses, the lawgiver, and Aaron, the priest,
• For Miriam and Joshua, Deborah and Gideon, and Samuel
and Hannah, his mother,
• For Isaiah and all the prophets,
• For Mary, the mother of our Lord,
• For Peter and Paul and all the apostles,
• For Mary and Martha, and Mary Magdalene,
• For Stephen, the first martyr, and all the martyrs and
saints in every age and in every land,
• For the holy men and women in our family who have been
examples of faith for us.
In your mercy, O Lord, our God, give us, as You
gave to them, the hope of salvation and the promise of
eternal life. We ask this through Christ, our Lord. Amen.
VETERANS DAY
On November 11 as we commemorate
Veterans Day by recalling the sacrifices of our service
men and women, we are mindful of those currently
serving our country, both here and overseas. Praying
for their safe return to their friends and loved ones, we
lift them up: Almighty God, we commend to your
gracious care and keeping all the men and women of
our armed forces at home and abroad. Defend them
day by day with Your heavenly grace; strengthen them
in their trials and temptations; give them courage to
face the perils which beset them; and grant them a
sense of your abiding presence wherever they may be;
through Christ our Lord.
Amen.
ST. MARY STATIONS OF THE CROSS
St. Mary parishioner Marilyn Wolff is almost
finished with the Stations of the Cross on the east side
of the church.
Please take a moment to get a closer look at her
progress and all her hard work and dedication.
MOMENT OF JUSTICE
When a parish achieves a grace-filled moment
of justice, we all ask how they did it. On Wednesday,
Nov. 19, at 7 p.m. at St. Francis Church, 6245
Wilmington Pike, Dayton, Ohio, you can see how a
parish brought healing in a difficult situation. We will
watch a video together about the struggle and triumph
of one parish and consider how our faith gently calls
us to a similar response to issues in our communities.
Mary Hallinan of Queen of Apostles will guide us to a
new understanding of a justice that heals us.
CAMPAIGN FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Next week's collection for the Catholic
Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) needs
your help. CCHD was founded to end the cycle of
poverty in the United States by funding organizations
that help people help themselves. With the tradition of
improving education, housing situations, and
economic development, CCHD continues to make a
positive impact on communities nationwide. Your
contributions will defend human dignity and help
those living on the margins of our society. Please be
as generous as possible to next week's CCHD
collection. Thank you in advance for your support.
ST. MARY CARING TREE
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The St. Mary Caring Tree will be up in the back of
church this weekend. Please consider taking a star and
fulfilling a Christmas Wish for a neighborhood child in
need. More information about this project will be in next
weekend's bulletin.
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