ST. ANDREW PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

ST. ANDREW CHURCH
COLUMBUS, OHIO
ST. ANDREW CHURCH
ST. ANDREW PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
St. Andrew Church is a community of Catholics committed
to serving God by living our faith. We exist to fulfill the
ST. ANDREW PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
mission of the Roman Catholic Church at the local level by
St. Andrew Church is a community of Catholics committed
continuing the saving work of Christ. We accomplish this
to serving God by living our faith. We exist to fulfill the
through the celebration of the sacraments, proclaiming
mission of the Roman Catholic Church at the local level by
and living the Gospel, reaching out to others in justice and
continuing the saving work of Christ. We accomplish this
charity, and providing all parishioners abundant spiritual,
through the celebration of the sacraments, proclaiming
educational, and social opportunities in order to be known
and living the Gospel, reaching out to others in justice and
as a faith-filled, engaged, and generous parish.
charity, and providing all parishioners abundant spiritual,
educational, and social opportunities in order to be known
as
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Parish
Clergy:
Rev. Michael B. Watson, Pastor
Rev. Mr. Thomas M. Berg, Jr., Permanent Deacon
Parish
Clergy:
451-4290
Rev.
Michael
B. Watson,
Parish
Office
Staff: Pastor
451-4290
Rev. Mr. Thomas M. Berg, Jr., Permanent Deacon
Accounting Assistant
Mary Hall
ext. 106
Buildings Superintendent Jim Fortkamp
ext. 105
Parish Office Staff:
451-4290
Business Administrator
Ann Whiteman
ext. 102
Accounting
Assistant
Mary
Hall
Capital Campaign
Jeff
Sylvester
ext. x106
109
Buildings
Superintendent
Jim
Fortkamp
x105
Music Director
Philip Lortz
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Business
Administrator
Ann Whiteman
Office Admin.
Assist.
Mary
Beasecker
ext.x102
104
Capital
Campaign
Jeff
Sylvester
Parish Secretary
Pat Hardesty
ext.x109
100
Music
Philip Frilling
Lortz
451-1839
ParishDirector
Secretary
Jayne
ext. 100
Office Admin. Assist.
Mary Beasecker
x104
Parish
Pat Blind
Hardesty
x100
AthleticSecretary
Department
Jeff
Parish
Jayne
Frilling
x100
KnightsSecretary
of Columbus
Dan
Dowler
Finance Council
John Bernard
Athletic
Department
Jeff Blind
Parish Council
Tom
Couvreur
Knights
of
Columbus
DanWhiteman
Dowler
Stewardship Committee
Ann
Finance
Council
John
Women’s Club
DebbieBernard
Coleman
Parish Council
Tom Couvreur
Stewardship
Ann Whiteman
Religious Committee
Education Office
Staff: 451-2855
Women’s Club
Debbie Coleman
Director of Religious
Education Education Office
Suzanne
Emsweller
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Religious
Staff:
451-2855
Administrative Assistant
Sally Shough
ext. 140
Director
of Religious
Education Suzanne Emsweller x142
Coordinator
of Catechesis
Administrative
Shough ext. 143
x140
of the Good Assistant
Shepherd KathySally
Dowler
Coordinator of Catechesis of
the Good Shepherd
Kathy Dowler
x143
School Administration Staff:
451-1626
Principal Administration
Joel
Wichtman
School
Staff:
451-1626 ext. 210
Assistant Principal
Principal
Administrative Assistant
Assistant Principal
Latchkey
Administrative Assistant
School Secretary
Latchkey
Secretary/Registrar
School Secretary
Secretary/Registrar
School Board President
Home & School President
School Board President
Home & School President
Suzanne Emsweller ext. 142
Joel Wichtman
x210
Jane
Mazza
ext.
209
Suzanne Emsweller x142
Jane Mazza
x209
Christine Gerold
ext. 200
Debbie Joseph
ext. 155
Christine Gerold
x200
Debbie
Joseph
x155
Pam
Blank
Lori Westerman
Pam Blank
Lori Westerman
Bryce Eck Activity Center:
Activity Director/Rental
Bryce
Eck Activity Center:
459-1402
459-1402
Coordinator
Kathy Barger
ext. 1
Activity Director/Rental Coordinator Kathy Barger x1
Preschool Director
Kris Pellissier
ext. 3
Preschool Director
Kris Pellissier x3
Youth Ministry
Teresa Kurth
ext. 2
Youth Ministry
Teresa Kurth x2
COLUMBUS, OHIO
MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday:
4:30 p.m.
Saturday:
Sunday:
7:30
4:30
p.m.
9:00
Sunday:
7:30
10:30
9:00
10:30
Noon
Noon
Monday:
6:30
Monday:
8:30
6:30
8:30
Tuesday:
6:30
Tuesday:
8:30
6:30
Wednesday:
8:30
6:30
Wednesday:
8:30
6:30
Thursday:
8:30
6:30
Thursday:
8:30
6:30
Friday:
8:30
6:30
Friday:
8:30
6:30
Saturday:
8:30
9:00
Saturday:
9:00
4:30 p.m.
Sunday:
4:30 p.m.
7:30
Sunday:
9:00
7:30
10:30
9:00
Noon
10:30
Noon
June 22 – Saint Thomas More – Vigil of
12th
Sunday
in Ordinary Time
MASS
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Jo
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June 22 — Saint Thomas More
June
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in Ordinary
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Jane
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June 30 – 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
People of the Parish
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Ruth
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Ann and Mary Muetzel
John Bain
Ruth Ella Finch
Jeanne
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TWELFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
JUNE 23, 2013
The Pastor’s Corner
Dear Parishioners,
As mentioned, I will be heading to St. Mary Parish,
Delaware, as pastor, effective July 9, 2013. There will be a going
away reception for me here which will be held next Sunday,
June 30th following the noon Mass. The reception will go from
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., and again from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
I still plan to remain here until the move date. Again, I have
been so blessed to be here as pastor!
Sunday, June 23 at 1:00-2:30 p.m.
On behalf of Fr. Andrew Torma, MSC, thank you for
your very generous response to his mission appeal for the
Missionaries of the Sacred Heart. Thus far, $7,511.34 has
been raised. A portion of this collection, 10%, goes to our local
Diocesan Missions Office, for the work they do in promoting
the missionary life of the Church. God bless you!
Last warning! McCoy Road will be closed at the end of
the month from Mountview Road to Longhill Road, as the little
bridge over Turkey Run Creek is going to be replaced. Access
to our McCoy Road parking lot will be available from Reed
Road. Please pray that this is completed before the Festival;
otherwise, we may be in a little heap of trouble.
Speaking of Festival, it is kicking into high gear! The
volunteer sign-up board is in place in the parlor, and sold
raffle tickets are already coming in. There is plenty of time to
consider being a sponsor, or securing a Silent Auction item.
Our Festival Committee, under the leadership of General
Chairperson Debbie Bichimer, is awesome in providing the
necessary oversight and execution of plans. We are blessed!
The Bishop’s Annual Appeal continues, and thus far there
have been 244 gifts received and a total of $115,212 pledged,
which is 62% of our parish goal of $184,875. Your gift helps
to support the many activities and programs throughout the
diocese.
Fr. Michael Watson
The Capital Campaign is pleased to announce
the formation of the Building Committee. This group will assist
in the oversight of the construction phase of the capital
improvements. The Committee includes: Fr. Watson, Joel
Wichtman, Ann Whiteman, Suzie Emsweller, Jim Fortkamp,
Tom Kasberg, Dan Pardi, Pat Davis, Jim Stevens, Nick King,
Trey Cahill, Hal Plant and Kevin Carpenter.
Fundraising continues. Thus far there have been 473
donors and the total amount pledged is $4.1 million.
To illustrate the great need and changes to come, the
Building Committee is renovating Room 206. This classroom
of the future is located at the end of the 2nd floor hallway and
should be completed by August 15th.
S T. A N D R E W AT H L E T I C A S S O C I AT I O N
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS – Each spring,
applications are accepted for membership in the St. Andrew
Athletic Association. This is a great stewardship opportunity
for those who would like to participate in the planning and
organization of the St. Andrew School athletic programs. To
be a member of the Association, a person must be a member
of St. Andrew Parish or be a parent of a child who attends St.
Andrew School. The application form can be printed from the
standrewsports.com website under the “Handouts” section.
The completed application should be scanned and e-mailed
to [email protected] or mailed to the Athletic Director
at the following address as soon as possible. Jeff Blind, 5038
Ravines Edge Court, Powell 43065. Applications received
will be reviewed by the existing Board members and eligible
applicants will be approved to fill vacant Board positions. New
members shall serve a three-year term beginning July 1, 2013.
If you have any questions about the application process, please
contact Jeff Blind at [email protected] or 614-406-8774.
Actual
Budget
Last Year
SUNDAY OFFERING
June 9th
Year to Date
$27,466
$1,627,236
$24,100
$1,561,401
$24,163
$1,561,367
Please indicate your envelope number on your check.
Thank you for your support of St. Andrew Parish.
ST. ANDREW CHURCH
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Saturday,
July
27th
Pam
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more
information.
available
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items
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a.m.
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Children's
Recreation
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Andrew
Children’s
Recreation
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Wenzke
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June
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24th
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27th
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24th
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Thursday,
27th
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for
more
information.
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Check
in
begins
at 12:15
p.m.
in June
the
gym
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p.m.
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COLUMBUS, OHIO
JUNE 16, 2013
COLUMBUS,
OHIO
COLUMBUS,
OHIO
KNIGHTS
KNIGHTSOF
OFCOLUMBUS
COLUMBUSNEWS:
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Communion
Sunday—Please
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Communion
Sunday
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OF
COLUMBUS
NEWS
JUNE
16, COLUMBUS
2013
Brother
Knights
and
families
for Communion
Communion
Communion
Sunday—Please
your
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KnightsSunday—Please
and
families for
Communion
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KNIGHTS
OF COLUMBUS
NEWS:23rd. We will sit and
Sunday
Mass
on
June
Brother
Knights
and
families
Sunday
Mass
onand
June
23rd.
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willCommunion
sit and
Brother
Knights
families
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Communion
Communion
Sunday—Please
join
your
worship
the
9:00
a.m.
Sunday
Mass
on
June
23rd.
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andtogether
families
for at
Communion
Sunday
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June
23rd.
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sit sit
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worship
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9:00
a.m.
Mass.
Sunday
Massworship
on June 23rd.
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sitthe
and 9:00
Family
Picnic—Bring
your
families
and
friends
to
together
at
a.m.
Mass.
worship
together
at
theand
9:00
a.m. Mass.
Familyworship
Picnic
– Bring
your
families
friends
to celebrate
together
at the
9:00 a.m.
Mass.
celebrate
summer
at
the
The
Thompson
Park
North
Family
Picnic—Bring
your
families
and
friends
Family
Picnic—Bring
your
families
and
friends
to to
Family
Picnic—Bring
your
families
and
friends
to
summer at the The Thompson Park North Shelter from 2:00
celebrate
summer
at2summer
the
The
Thompson
Park
North
Shelter
from
to
7
p.m.
on
June
23rd.
celebrate
at
the
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Thompson
Park
North
celebrate
summer
at
the
The
Thompson
Park
North
to 7:00
on on
June
23rd.
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from 2p.m.
to 7 p.m.
June 23rd.
Shelter
from
7 p.m.
June
23rd.
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from
2 to27top.m.
on on
June
23rd.
TheThe
Knights
of Columbus
would like to congratulate
the to congratulate
Knights
of Columbus
would like
winners of our essay contest.
winners
of
our
essay
contest.
1st Place—Meghan Higgins
2nd Volunteers
Place
tie—Patrick
Sprigler
and
Kathryn
O’Sullivan
800
are
needed
to staff
the Festival, parlor
1st Place—Meghan
Higgins
the
sales
800
volunteers
are
needed
to
staff
the
festival,
parlor
sales
2nd
Place
tie—Patrick
Sprigler
and
Kathryn
O’Sullivan
800
volunteers
are
needed
to
staff
the
festival,
parlor
sales
and
cleanup!
There
are
three
ways
to
sign
up
to
be
a
Festival
Annual Knights of Columbus service award winners are:
clean
three
ways
to sign
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festival
Knights
of
Columbus
service
award
winners
are:
Annual
festival
volunteer.
Family of the Year—Tom
and Deb
Rasico &inFamily
Sign-up
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the in
Year—Deacon
Volunteer
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Lady of the Year—Debbie
Knight
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the Year—Jim DeStazio
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to
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Blue Coat of the Year—Patty
Meyers
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volunteer
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the
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Pandora
During
the
week
of June
23-27,
Congratulations
to all of
you!
During
week
of June
23-27,
During
the the
week
of Coleman
June
23-27,
Lady
of
the
Year—Debbie
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choir,
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for
more
information,
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Philip
Lortz,
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of the
Music,
at [email protected]
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faith
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charity.
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come
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to
the
Bryce
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Center
this
Thursday,
June
27th
at
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PM
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make
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TWELFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
TWELVETHSPOTLIGHT
SUNDAY IN ORDINARY
TIME
ON STEWARDSHIP
“Who do you say that I am?”
SPOTLIGHT ON STEWARDSHIP
Jesus asks Peter in today’s Gospel.
“Who
you sayentrusted
that I am?”to me
Does my use of the gifts
anddotalents
Jesus asks
Peter
in today’s
Gospel.
accurately reflect my answer
to that
same
question?
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use of
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myself,
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and followtoin me
reflect my answer to that same question? How
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willing am I to deny myself, take up my cross, and follow in
His steps?
SUMMER TUTORING
Summer
tutoring opportunities
will be available
SUMMER
TUTORING
at St. Summer
Andrew School
by the
following teachers:
tutoring
opportunities
will be
Ms. Judy
Fenlon,
Julie Greiner,
andbyMrs.
available
at Mrs.
St. Andrew
School
the
Paulafollowing
Villalobos.
teachers:
FirstMs.
Session:
July 15-18
“Enrichment
Groups”
Judy Fenlon,
Mrs.– Julie
Greiner, and
Mrs. Paula Villalobos
This First
session
will be July
one and
one-half
hour classes
each day with no
Session:
15-18“Enrichment
Groups”
moreThis
than session
4 students
Two
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all four
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and two days
focus See
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Language
Teachers:
Mrs.
Villalobos,
1;
students will
attend
all fourK-Grade
days. (Exceptions
can be made. See
Mrs.
Greiner, Grades 2, 3, and 4; Ms. Fenlon, Grades 4, and 5
note
below)
Times: Teachers:
9:00 to 10:30
a.m.Villalobos,
OR 10:30 a.m.
to 12:00
Mrs.
grades
K-1; p.m.
Mrs. Greiner,
Cost: Parents
for the
4-day
grades pay
2, 3$25.00
,and 4;per
Ms.day
Fenlon
grades
4,session
and 5
(totalTimes:
of $100.00).
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**See note
below
about
attending
than
days.
Cost:
Parents
pay
$25.00 fewer
per day
for5 the
4 day sessionSecond Session:
22-26 – “Reaching for Success”
(totalJuly
of $100.00)
Individual tutoring
who are
struggling
in than
school.
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* see for
notestudents
below about
attending
fewer
4 days.
one-hour
sessions
eachJuly
day 22-26-“Reaching
focusing on remedial
Second
Session:
for Reading,
Success”remedial
Math,Individual
remedial Language
Arts,
or remedial
Science
depending
on
tutoring for
students
who are
struggling
in school.
the student’s
needs. sessions each day focusing on remedial Reading,
Three one-hour
Teachers:
Mrs. Villalobos,
K-Grade 1;Arts, or remedial Science
remedial Math,
remedial Language
Ms. Fenlon,
Grades
2, 3 and
4.
depending
on the
student’s
needs.
Times: Teachers:
9:00 to 10:00
a.m.Villalobos,
OR 10:00 togrades
11:00 a.m.,
Mrs.
K-1; Ms. Fenlon
OR 11:00
12:00
gradesa.m.
2,3,toand
4. noon.
Cost: Parents
$20.00
per hour of
Times:pay
9:00
to 10:00am
ORindividual
10:00 totutoring
11:00 am, OR
(all 511:00am
days – $100.00).
to 12:00 noon.
**See note
below
about
attending
fewer
than
days.
Cost:
Parents
pay
$20.00 per
hour
of 5individual
tutoring,
Third Session:
5-9 – “Spruce Up for School”
(all August
5 days-$100.00)
One hour group
with about
4 students
per group.
seesessions
note below
attending
fewerThis
thansession
5 days.will
focusThird
on fineSession:
motor skills
and5-9
organizational
August
“Spruce Upskills.
for School”
Teachers:
Mrs. Villalobos,
K-Grade
4; per group. This session
One hour group
sessions with
4 students
Mrs.
Greiner,
K-Grade
4
will focus on fine motor skills and organizational skills.
Time: 9:00 to 10:00 a.m., OR 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.,
Teachers: Mrs. Villalobos, grades K-4; Mrs. Greiner
OR 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
grades K-4
Cost: Parents pay $15.00 per hour class for a total of $75.00
Time- 9:00 to 10:00 am, OR 10:00 to 11:00 am, OR
for the one hour per day 5 day session.
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
**See note below about attending fewer than 5 days.
Cost: Parents pay $15.00 per hour class for a total of
Note: Priority will be given to students who sign up for all classes in
$75.00 for the one hour per day 5 day session.
each session. If the student cannot attend all classes in each session,
belowper
about
5 days.
cost to parents**see
can benote
prorated
day.attending
However,fewer
thesethan
students
will
Note-onPriority
be given
to studentsdeadline
who sign
for all
be placed
a “wait will
list” until
the registration
has up
passed.
classes
in
each
session.
If
the
student
cannot
attend
all
classes
If desired session is not full, those parents will be notified that space in
each
session, class
cost to
parents can be pro-rated per day. However,
for that
individual
is available.
these
students
will
be
placed
on a “wait
untilSPICE
the registration
**These low costs are made
available
duelist”
to the
Fund
deadline
has
passed.
If
desired
session
is
not
full,
those parents
subsidies.
will be notified
that space
that individual
class
is available.
Questions?
Contact
Mrs.forSuzie
Emsweller
at [email protected]
**These
low
costs
are
made
available
due
to
the
SPICE
Fund
cdeducation.org or call the school office (please note summer
hours
subsidies.
on school website) at 614-451-1626.
Questions? Contact Mrs. Suzie Emsweller at
[email protected] or call the school office (please note
summer hours on school website) at 614-451-1626.
JUNE 23, 2013
LITURGICAL ROLES
SERVERS
JUNE 23, 2013
Saturday, June 29
4:30 p.m. Margaret Kaminski
Mallory
Rabe
Needed
LITURGICAL
ROLES
Sunday, June 30
SERVERS
7:30
Kenny Norris
Emily Norris
Nicole Norris
9:00
Cassie Kasberg MichaelMoore
Saturday, Marissa
June 29 Bernard
10:30
Blind KaminskiNick Mallory
WatkinsRabe NathanNeeded
Watkins
4:30 p.m.Leslie
Margaret
Noon
Blake
Bennie Lombardo Paul Lombardo
Sunday, June
30Hassay
7:30
Kenny Norris
Emily Norris
Nicole Norris
LECTORS
9:00
Marissa
Bernard
Cassie
Kasberg
Michael Moore
(If the deacon is present, he will read the Petitions.)
10:30 June 29
Leslie Blind
Nick Watkins
Nathan Watkins
Saturday,
Noonp.m. Aimee
BlakeLuckett
Hassay
BennieMike
Lombardo
4:30
Luckett Paul Lombardo
Sunday, June 30
LECTORS
7:30
Schwinne
John
(IfBarb
the deacon
is present, he will
readSchechter
the Petitions.)
9:00
Fenton
Christine Gammon
Saturday, June
29 Moore
10:30
Kristof
Deb Mike
KurasLuckett
4:30 p.m. DougAimee
Luckett
Noon
Angela
Sheila O’Sullivan
Sunday, June
30 Bonfante
7:30
Barb Schwinne
John Schechter
EXTRAORDINARY
9:00
Fenton Moore MINISTERS
Christine Gammon
is present,
in Kuras
C3.
10:30 If a deacon
Doug
Kristof he will serve
Deb
B2,
B3
and
C1
cleanse
the
sacred
vessels.
Noon
Angela Bonfante
Sheila O’Sullivan
Remember the Cantor and those unable to come forward.
Saturday, June 29 EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS
4:30
BobheKauffman
C1B3
Mary
Kaminski
If a p.m.
deacon B1
is present,
will serve in C3. B2,
and C1
cleanse the sacred
B2Remember
Rita Kauffman
C2 unable
Colleen
Kaminski
vessels.
the Cantor and those
to come
forward.
B3
Donna
Kring
C3
Glenn
Kantak
Saturday, June 29
Marilyn
Dougherty C4 Lorri
Posani
4:30 p.m. B4 B1
Bob Kauffman
C1 Mary
Kaminski
B5 B2
Lois
Berwanger
Rita
Kauffman B6 Bill
C2Berwanger
Colleen Kaminski
B7 B3
Susan
Thornton
Donna
Kring
C3 Glenn Kantak
Sunday, June 30 B4 Marilyn Dougherty
C4 Lorri Posani
7:30
B1 B5
JimLois
Sauer
Magnus
Berwanger C1 Lynn
B6 Bill
Berwanger
B2 B7
Peggy
Hoffman
Susan
Thornton C2 Dick Curtis
B3 30Larry Hoffman
C3 Mary Smart
Sunday, June
B4 B1
Thomas
Oleksa
C4 Bob
7:30
Jim Sauer
C1 Slater
Lynn Magnus
9:00
B1 B2
Tom
Kasberg
McNeal
Peggy
Hoffman C1 Kathy
C2 Dick
Curtis
B2 B3
Ginny
LarryBernard
Hoffman C2 Needed
C3 Mary Smart
B3 B4
Sarah
Smith
Thomas
Oleksa C3 DeAnne
C4 Bob Chambers
Slater
B4 Jane Sotak
C4 Bob Chambers
9:00
B1 Tom Kasberg
C1 Kathy McNeal
B5 Jane Dickson
B2 Ginny Bernard
C2 Needed
BCh Mark or Peggy Pardi
B3 Sarah Smith
C3 DeAnne Chambers
CCh Maria Moore
B4 Jane Sotak
C4 Bob Chambers
10:30
B1 Libby Stedman
C1
Christina Klein
B5 Jane Dickson
B2 Dick Stedman
C2
Suzanne Meyers
BCh Mark or Peggy Pardi
B3 Susan Kristof
C3
Joseph Brately
CCh Maria Moore
B4 Lynn Simonetti
C4
Chris Carter
10:30
Libby
Stedman B6 C1Damion
Christina
Klein
B5 B1
David
Varda
Faulkner
DickNester
Stedman B8 C2Victor
Suzanne
Meyers
B7 B2
Diane
Nduaguba,
Sr.
Susan
Kristof
Joseph
Brately
Noon
B1 B3
Dave
Shiddenhelm
C1 C3Karen
Wiegandt
Lynn Simonetti C2 C4Lorie
Chris
Carter
B2 B4
Needed
Zelina
B5
David
Varda
B6
Damion
Faulkner
B3 Needed
C3
Deb Rasico
Diane
Nester
Victor
Nduaguba, Sr
B4 B7
Corso
Padova
C4 B8Mike
Koehler
Noon
Dave
Shiddenhelm
Karen
Wiegandt
B5 B1
Tom
Rasico
B6 C1Doug
Taylor
Needed
Lorie Zelina
B7 B2
Jane
Matyac
B8 C2Jennifer
Whitsett
B3 Needed
C3 Deb Rasico
B4 Corso
Padova
C4 Mike Koehler
GREETERS
B6 Doug Taylor
Saturday, June 29 B5 Tom Rasico
B7 Jane Matyac
B8 Jennifer Whitsett
4:30 p.m. Needed
Sunday, June 30
GREETERS
7:30
June29
Slater
Saturday, June
9:00
Suzie Emsweller
Mary Lombard
4:30 p.m. Joe and
Needed
10:30
Millie Watkins
Sunday, June
30
Noon
Needed
7:30
June Slater
9:00
Joe and
Suzie
Emsweller
Mary Lombard
LEAD
USHERS
10:30 June 29 Millie Watkins
Saturday,
Noonp.m. MikeNeeded
4:30
Gunner
Sunday, June 30
LEAD USHERS
7:30
Bob 29
Slater
9:00 Jerry Wozniak
Saturday, June
10:30
Willett
Noon Dave Shiddenhelm
4:30 p.m. Glenn
Mike
Gunner
Sunday, June 23
7:30
Bob Slater
10:30
Glenn Willett
9:00 Jerry Wozniak
Noon Dave Shiddenhelm