The Roman Catholic Community of St. John the Baptist Parish

November 16, 2014 – 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
The Roman Catholic Community of
St. John the Baptist Parish
Administered by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart
4050 Durham Road, Ottsville, PA 18942
Rectory: (610) 847-5521
Religious Education: (610) 847-5521
School: (610) 847-5523
www.stjohnsottsville.orgwww.sjbottsville.org
STAFF
Pastor: Rev. Simione Volavola, MSC
Parochial Vicar: Rev. Tony Ripp, MSC
Deacon: Deacon Ernest D’Angelo
School Headmaster: Mr. Michael Patterson
Coordinator of Religious Education: Donna Sciacca
Dir. of Institutional Advancement: Geoff Meyer
Bulletin Ed. /Webmaster: Donna Sciacca
PARISH SPIRITUALITY
Saturday: Vigil Mass 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am & 10:30am
Weekdays: 8:35am (in chapel)
Holy Days: 9:00am & 7:30pm
TV MASS FOR THE HOMEBOUND
Sundays, Channel 6 at 5:30am
CONFESSIONS
Saturdays: 4:15 - 4:45pm or anytime by appointment.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Please call the rectory at any time for the Sacrament of the
Sick. Also the Holy Eucharist will be brought to the sick and
shut-ins upon request to the Parish Office.
We celebrate a Communal Anointing of the Sick in June, near
the Feast of St. John the Baptist.
BAPTISMAL
The Sacrament of Baptism is administered on the fourth
Sunday of every month at 11:30 a.m. Parents are encouraged to
invite family members to the 10:30 Mass as the Sacrament of
Baptism takes place immediately following the Mass. Parents
and Godparents meet for an enrichment class prior to the
Baptism.
You will need to call the Parish Office to register for this class.
A Godparent must be a committed, practicing Catholic, and if
from another parish, must have a certificate of eligibility from
his/her pastor. This certificate should be brought to the
enrichment class. A Christian of other denominations may
serve as a Godparent along with a practicing Catholic.
REGISTER
Please register when you move into the parish.
This is an opportunity to become acquainted with
our faith community and to experience the joy of
being part of the Church. Only registered parishioners
in good standing can receive Certificates of Eligibility
to act as Godparent or Sponsor.
Fax: (610) 847-5522
MARRIAGE
Couples planning marriage are expected to attend Pre-Cana
conferences and to meet with the parish priest several times.
Ordinarily the period of preparation requires a minimum of
six months.
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Please remember in your
prayers our parishioners
who are sick,
homebound, in the
hospital, under hospice
or residential care.
“And he also who had the two talents came forward, saying,
Master, you delivered to me two talents; here I have made
two talents more.”
~ Matthew 25:22
Masses for the week of Nov. 17 – Nov. 23, 2014
Morning Prayer in St. Joseph Chapel, 8:15am Mon to Fri.
Monday, Nov. 17
8:35am (chapel) Maria Meier (Ron Meier)
Tuesday, Nov.18
8:35am (chapel) Donald Olimpo (Dolly)
Wednesday, Nov. 19
8:35am (chapel) Dawn Herrmann (Terri Olimpo & Family)
Thursday, Nov. 20
8:35am (chapel) Intentions of Fran Torgerson (RA at SJB Board)
Friday, Nov. 21
9:00am (church) Rose Troiano (Tony & Janet Souza)
Saturday, Nov. 22
5:00pm (church) Lowell Snyder (Marianne Scott)
Sunday, Nov. 23
8:00am (church) Living & Deceased Members of the
Altar & Rosary Society
10:30am (church) Parishioners Intentions’
Meetings for the week of Nov. 17 – Nov. 23, 2014
Mon. Nov. 17: Knights of Columbus, 7:30pm – Parish Hall
Tues. Nov. 18: Choir Practice, 7pm - church
Wed. Nov. 19: Altar Society, 1pm – Marian Room
Bible Study with Fr. Simi, 7-8pm – Chapel
Sat. Nov. 22: Men of Faith, 8am – Marian Room
Sun. Nov. 23: Teen RCIA, 11:45am – Marian Room
The Church Cleaning Team for the week of
November 3rd is (Team #3):
Marianne Scott, Betty White, Janice Bebb,
Mary Kosmin, Phyllis Schmerbeck
Your parish thanks you!
Mass Collection for
Sunday, Nov. 9, 2014
$6,439.00
Thank you for your generosity!
Susan Ackerman, Rose Marie
Alex, Lillian Appleman, Roger Bahnck, Mary Balbirer, Elizabeth
Bartolillo, John & Loretta Bodisch, Ann Burns, Libby Chapman,
Anne Colyer, Charlene Cornell, Matthew Crance, Jim Crawford,
Chrissy Davis, Bill Dayton, Glen DeKutosli, Larry & Joanne Diehl,
Terry Dunn, Arlene Eichlin, Josephine Fasano, Bernice &Charles
Fees, Charles Fees, Jr.,Kathryn Ferris, Patricia Fite, Sara Fleck,
Nancy Fratrik, Mary Gallo, Kathleen Gaughan, Dylan Geroni,
Kathy Geroni, Marie & Rosalyn Giardullo, Anna Giebler, Judy
Green, Susan Gross, Mary Halwski, Florence Hancharik, Steve
Hancharik, Bill Hejnor, Joyceann Heley, Eli Hinkie, Charles
Houston, David Huey, Doris Johnson, Martha Juchnowicz, Susan
Kelly, Kathleen Kershaw, Kimberly Koch, Georgine Kocher,
Martha Kocsis, Jack Kocsis, Anthony Kondracki, Grace Korcheck,
Deanna Kovner, Barbara Kuehnle, Ryan Leven, Kathy Donahue
Lewis, Kathy Lightkep, George & Frances Lovett, Eileen McCarty,
Adelaide McElderry, Bridget Julia McHugh, Anne McNichol,
Florence Middleton, Joseph Moore, Jennie Moreno, Nancy
Moreno, Wanda Muth, Frances Nowicki, Dorothy Odor, Helen
Patzek-Charlton, Ryan Phillips, Nicholas Powell, Gladys Proca,
Don Raman, Mike Ramos, Rachael Rice, Gregory Rickert, Joseph
Ripp, Valerie Roberts, Sandy Romaszewski, Sim Rothman,
Frederick R. Rude, Dolly Rutherford, Zina Sauerwine, Jean
Scattergood, Lana Schell, Anna Scheuermann, Herbert
Schevermann, Mario Sciacca, Joe Shuman, Gail Silveira, Carolyn
Stahley, Sandy Stauffer, Shane Stroup, Michael Suder, Sean
Thatcher, Baby William Patrick Thomas, Maddie Tomaszewski,
Douglas & Frank Toner, Fran Torgerson, Barbara Vogan,
Tamara Widmer, Ed Wismer, Baby Logan Yoder.
Edward Armstrong,
Jr., Fionna M.
Boyle,
Derek Brosius,
Christopher Brune,
Kyle Crossland,
Casey de Lauretis,
Steehly de Lauretis,
Michael Froeder,
A.J. Giovino,
Aaron Given,
Bob Hankinson,Victor Hormilla, James Kidd, Stephen Lindmeier,
Jason Litschauer, Cory Litzenberger, Dan O’Connor, Jonathan
Pucci, Dusty Rhodes, Craig Russell, Nicholas Spangler-Loch, Don
Valdez, Justin Walsh.
Thank you for serving and protecting our freedoms!
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sincere decision to follow Christ’s plan for our talents, and
be a light in the darkness.
The ratings prove that TV viewers like watching shows like
“The Voice” and “America’s Got Talent.” For me and
others “of a certain age” who can recall TV’s pioneer days,
there was once a weekly program that could count as great
grandfather to these modern offerings. It was known as
“Ted Mack’s Original Amateur Hour.” I smile as I recall
the avuncular host Ted Mack interviewing the guest talents
as if it were yesterday. One person came on the show and
announced to Mr. Mack that he played the handsaw.
“Really?” asked the host. Then we would all watch and
listen as the man used a violin bow to produce a pleasant if
not haunting sound from his saw. That early TV show not
only showcased people’s talents, but exemplifies the
innocence of a bygone era in entertainment that I wish we
could bring back.
Once upon a time, a little boy attended a church that had
beautiful stained glass windows. He was told that the
windows contained pictures of Saint Matthew, Saint Mark,
Saint Luke, Saint John, Saint Paul and others. One day
somebody asked the boy “What is a saint?” And he
answered so wisely and well: “A saint is a person whom the
light shines through.”
Returning to this matter of talent, we have to remember and
celebrate the fact that God in His love has given each and
every one of us an ability or aptitude that no one else has.
Jesus reminds us today that God expects us to use that
special something to benefit others. All of us are traveling
on this relatively little blue ball floating in the universe amid
the stars enroute to a heaven beyond our powers of
imagination. Each individual is charged with making the
journey better for the rest of us.
We know that some of us are able to do that for millions of
others through the so-called “magic” of our inventions.
Recall the many tributes given recently to Robin Williams
and Joan Rivers. Of course, we don’t have to reach millions.
We are successful in God’s eyes if we reach but one other.
Our belief in Jesus empowers us for this project. So we
need not fear or be daunted by the challenge of it.
However, there is a “downside” if you will to all this happy
talk of our individual gifts. It is captured in the sad phrase
“could have been.” We are not talking here about some
human prize lost. But just put your name in front of “could
have been” and the words “a saint” behind that verb and see
the potential for a bitter eternity.
Luckily for us all, that sentence does not have to describe
us. We are blest to have the time and place right here and
now to change “could have been” to “became” with a
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To be Prayed Daily
Cut-Out Prayer for home use
NOVEMBER 16, 2014 – 33RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
The Regina Academy
at
St. John the Baptist
Gospel of Matthew 25: 14-30
Why did Jesus tell this story? Most
importantly it tells us something about how
God deals with us, his servants. ? The Lord entrusts the
subjects of his kingdom with gifts and graces and he gives his
subjects the freedom to use them as they think best. With each
gift and talent, God gives sufficient the means (grace and
wisdom) for using them in a fitting way. As the parable of the
talents shows, God abhors indifference and an attitude that
says it's not worth trying. God honors those who use their
talents and gifts for doing good. Those who are faithful with
even a little are entrusted with more! But those who neglect or
squander what God has entrusted to them will lose what they
have. There is an important lesson here for us. No one can
stand still for long in the Christian life. We either get more or
we lose what we have. We either advance towards God or we
slip back.
Are you retired, and looking for a new
direction? Do you have skills that the
younger generation could benefit from? Can you teach about
the Great Books, Greek, computers, engineering, sciences or
your love for Our Lord? Please contact our headmaster, Mr.
Patterson at 610-847-5523. Psalm 95 teaches: “If today you
hear his voice, harden not your hearts". Please share your skills
with the younger generation.
Do you seek to serve God with the gifts, talents, and
graces he has given to you?
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Dec.6 & 7 and 13 & 14
Before &
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RITE OF WELCOME
Please join us during the 10:30am Mass on
Sunday, November 23rd
As we “Welcome” Norma Lester and Jordan Brezner
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Please Join Us in Prayer for Vocations and World Peace.
Weekly Prayers
Mondays at 7pm in Our Lady’s Chapel: Adoration, Liturgy of
the Hour, Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet
Wednesday at 10:30 -11:30am in Our Lady’s Chapel: Liturgy of
the Hour, Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet
For additional information or directions, please call Joan Black
at 215-795-2947.
Do you have some Christmas shopping to do?
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NOVEMBER 16, 2014 – 33RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
FREE YOUR MIND, FUEL YOUR BODY, FEED YOUR SOUL
Please give generously to Our Lord’s Pantry
American
Diabetes Month
Diabetes is the leading
cause of disability and
death in the United
States. If it is uncontrolled, diabetes can cause blindness, nerve
damage, kidney disease, and other chronic health problems.
One in every twelve Americans has diabetes, that’s more than
25million people, with another 79 million adults at high risk of
developing type 2 diabetes.
November has been deemed American Diabetes Month to
raise awareness about diabetes risk factors and to encourage
people to make healthy lifestyle changes such as taking stairs
instead of an elevator; have your blood pressure and
cholesterol level checked; making healthy dietary choices; and
increasing overall physical activity.
Everyone should be tested for diabetes starting at age 45 or
sooner if you have a family history. The earlier diabetes is
detected and treated, the less risk of serious health problems.
The Nitty Gritty Garden Club
3rd Annual Christmas Sale.
As the shopping season approaches, we are asking you to
consider pre-ordering and buying your holiday gifts from
our club. We will be offering
poinsettias,
greens,
holiday
decorations and more. Handcrafted
wooden reindeer and sleds will also be
sold to hold your holiday plants or
other treats. All of the proceeds from
these sales will go back into funding
the many projects of the NGGC.
You may have noticed the first phase of the teardrop
project in the front of the church. This long term project is
a labor of love, accomplished by volunteers and fully
funded through donations from generous parishioners
and the Knights, along with profits from NGGC
fundraisers. Please consider supporting the continued
beautification of the church campus by making a purchase
during our Christmas Sale.
Our Mission Statement:
Honoring our gifts from God by beautifying the
campus, maintaining and expanding our
gardens and educating members.
As we plan for our family Thanksgiving dinner, let us not forget
the needs of those who are less fortunate in our community.
Suggested items:
Turkeys
Yams / Potatoes / Rice / Stuffing
Apple Cider
Non-perishable canned goods
Please call Cathy Leidtke at 610-847-2402 for donation
times of collections.
Thank you & May God bless you
Celebrate Christmas with the Seminarians
Christmas Open House and Concert
December 7, 2014
Tours begin at 1pm / Concert begins at 7pm
This year, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary is combining
its annual Open House and Christmas
Concert events. Tours of the Seminary begin at 1 pm with
the last tour beginning at 3 pm.
Seminarians will guide visitors through the historic
buildings to view sacred art, common areas
and Christmas crèches on display in the Ryan Memorial
Library featuring dozens of Nativity
scenes from around the world. Refreshments are
provided after the tours.
The Christmas concert begins at 7 pm and will feature the
musicians and choir of Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary.
The entire day is free and open to the public.
For more information visit www.scs.edu
100 East Wynnewood Road, Wynnewood, PA, 19096
610-667-3394
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In order to help us prepare for
the World Meeting of Families
and the anticipated visit from
Pope Francis, a catechism on
family life entitled, Love is Our
Mission: The Family Fully Alive,
has been prepared. Each month for the next ten months, our
parish will reflect on one chapter from this catechism.
You can order a copy of this beautifully illustrated catechism
and learn about the World Meeting of Families at
www.WorldMeeting2015.org.
November 2014: Chapter 1: Created For Joy
“Love is Our Mission” because love is our origin and destiny.
Created in the image of God, a human being is created for
communion, which means that loving God and neighbor is the
reason for our existence.
When we follow Jesus, body and soul, even when it hurts and
requires sacrifice, we are living lives of integrity for only in living
this way will our lives coincide with the reason for our
existence. This brings us great joy.
We sin and stumble, but the God we meet in Christ is faithful
even when we are not. God’s forgiveness is a gift that gives us
back to ourselves, enabling us to embrace our mission and
destiny anew. Catholic sacraments and moral teachings serve
this destiny. The sacraments are a genuine encounter with
Christ, while the moral teachings show what Christ-like love
looks like in particular situations. Catholic life summons us to
heroism and adventure even in ordinary daily life. The world is
charged with the beauty and grace of God, and neighbors who
need our love and kindness are all around us.
Did you know? The World Meeting of Families event was
established by Pope St. John Paul II in 1994. It is held every
three years in cities across the world. 2015 is the first time it
will be in the United States. Its goals are (1) to strengthen family
bonds and (2) to give witness to the fundamental role of the
family in society.
MINISTRY SCHEDULE
November 22nd & 23rd, 2014 – OUR LORD, JESUS CHRIST THE KING
Extraordinary Minister
Lector
Altar Server
Music
Saturday, 5pm
John Becker
Joe Cegielski
Dorothy Cegielski
Peg Glancey
Fran Torgerson
Aiden Blaikie
Kiera Maxwell
Emily Vinal
Liz Torgerson
Fred Furmaniak
Saturday, 8:00am
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Donna Nice
Weez Roney
Joel Roney
John Zdanowicz
Samantha Froman
Emily Froman
TJ Froman
Marion Wolf
Karen Parash
Sunday, 10:30am
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Russell Hay
Dolly Kovacs
Jackie Litzenberger
Laura Fleck
Cathy Leidtke
Marion Wolf
Leona Russell
Thanksgiving Day
9:00am
Anthony Fleck
Audrey Giovino
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