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Rev. Msgr. Eugene S. Ostrowski, V.F. Pastor
1508 Warwood Avenue * Wheeling, WV 26003
Office Hours: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Parish Office (304) 277-2911
School Office (304) 277-1220
Parish Center (304) 277-3900
www.CorpusChris Wheeling.org Offi[email protected] Wheeling.org
Solemnity of
Our Lord Jesus
Christ,
King Of The
Universe
November 23,
2014
MASSES:
Saturday: 5:30 PM Vigil
Sunday: 8:00 AM, 10:30 AM with a
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Holy Day Masses: Please consult bulle n.
Weekday Masses*: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 8:30AM
Wed. 11:00 AM during the school year
* A funeral replaces a weekday Mass.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Saturday at 4:30 PM and by individual appointment
ANOINTING & VISITATION of the SICK:
Call the Rectory any me to make arrangements. Please contact
the Parish Office regarding any aged or sick who are confined.
INITIATION/BAPTISMS: Rites of Ini a on of Adults and
Bap sm of Children can be arranged by contac ng the pastor.
Parents must complete a Bap sm Prepara on session prior to
their child’s Bap sm. Call the office to make arrangements.
MARRIAGE: Engaged couples should contact the pastor at least
six months before the wedding date to arrange for pre-marriage
prepara ons.
NEW PARISHIONERS: We welcome all new members. Please
register in person at the parish office or e-mail us at the above
address.
PARISH STAFF: 304-277-2911
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Eugene S. Ostrowski, V.F.
Deacon: Rev. Mr. Douglas Breiding
Business Manager: Mrs. Kelly Clark
Parish Secretary: Mrs. Cindy Becker
Building & Maintenance: Mr. John Main
Music Director: Mrs. Deborah Breiding
“When The Son Of Man
Comes In His Glory…
He Will Sit Upon His
Glorious Throne, And
All The nations Will Be
Assembled Before Him.”
PARISH SCHOOL: GRADES PRESCHOOL –8
School Principal: Mr. Dick Taylor
School Secretary: Ms. Trina Pissos
304-277-1220
PARISH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM: Grades K-8
Sunday Mornings Sept. through May 9:00AM-10:20AM
In the School Cafeteria
Director: Mrs. Cindy Becker 304-277-2911
BULLETIN DEADLINE: Announcements must be submi ed
in wri ng or by e-mail to [email protected] wheeling.org
by 3:00PM on Wednesday.
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Lord, when did we see you hungry?
Do you allow the love of God to rule in your heart? Augus ne of
Hippo said, “Essen ally, there are two kinds of people, because there
are two kinds of love. One is holy, the other is selfish. One is subject
to God; the other endeavors to equal Him.” Jesus came not only to
fulfill the law, but to transform it through his uncondi onal love for
us. The Lord Jesus proved his love for us by offering up his life for us
on the cross as the atoning sacrifice for our sins. His death brings
new life and freedom for us - freedom from fear, selfishness, and
greed - and new life in the Holy Spirit who fills our hearts with the
love of God (Romans 5:5). Do you allow God’s love to purify your
heart, thoughts, and ac ons?
Jesus' story about the separa on of goats and sheep must have
unse led his audience. In arid lands goats and sheep o en grazed
together during the day because green pasture was sparse. At
nigh all, when the shepherd brought the sheep and goats to their
place of rest, he separated them into two groups. Goats by temperament are aggressive, domineering, restless, and territorial. They bu
heads with their horns whenever they think someone is intruding on
their space. Goats came to symbolize evil and the expression "scapegoat" become a common expression for someone bearing blame or
guilt for others. (See Levi cus 26:20-22 for a descrip on of the ritual
expulsion of sin-bearing goat on the Day of Atonement.)
Separa on is an inevitable consequence of judgement. The Day of
Judgement will reveal who showed true compassion and mercy
toward their neighbor. As much as we might like to judge the
parables, the parables, nonetheless, judge us. Jesus teaches us a very
important lesson about loving our neighbor and taking responsibility
for others. God will judge us not only for the wrong we have done
but also for what we have failed to do. Now is the me of God’s
mercy for seeking his help and grace to turn away from sin and to
walk in his way of love. Ask the Lord Jesus to purify your heart that
you may love as he loves and live charitably with all.
This parable is similar to the parable about Lazarus and the rich
man (Luke 16:19-31). The rich man let Lazarus die on his doorstep
and was doomed to crave for drops of cold water he had not thought
of giving to the poor man. When Mar n of Tours (316-397 AD), a
young Roman soldier and seeker of the Chris an faith, met an unclothed man begging for alms in the freezing cold, he stopped and
cut his coat in two and gave half to the stranger. That night he
dreamt he saw the heavenly court with Jesus robed in a torn cloak.
One of the angels present asked, "Master, why do you wear that
ba ered cloak?" Jesus replied, "My servant Mar n gave it to me."
Mar n's disciple and biographer Sulpicius Severus states that as a
consequence of this vision "Mar n flew to be bap zed." God is gracious and merciful; his love compels us to treat others with mercy
and kindness. When we do something for one of Christ's li le ones,
we do it for Christ. Do you treat your neighbor with mercy and loving
-kindness as Christ has treated you?
"Lord Jesus, be the Master and Ruler of my heart. May your love rule
in my heart that I may only think and act with charity towards all.”
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November 30, 2014 is the first Sunday of Advent.
Advent is a season in which we look ahead to Christ who has both
come and is coming. It is a me when the words, "Come, Lord
Jesus!" reverberate within the depths of our hearts, draw tears of
joy from our eyes, and echo throughout the unfathomable reaches
of the human soul as we wait in hope. It is a season in which a
forward journey is begun in trus ng prepara on, pa ently listening
in the quiet of the desert for the so breath of the Christ Child,
whose tender magnificence unceasingly draws us with love into the
mysterious life of God Incarnate.
Confession helps us celebrate Christmas with joy. Receiving the
Sacrament of Reconcilia on during Advent helps us to celebrate
Christmas with purified and joyful hearts.
The best Christmas present that we can give to Jesus is the gi of a
purified forgiving and forgiven heart. Let’s pray for the grace to offer
Jesus this gi this Christmas.
The following Communal Penances are be offered at
Wheeling Parishes:
Corpus Chris Parish
Monday, December 1, 7:00PM
Our Lady of Peace Parish
Wednesday, December 10, 7:00PM
St. Michael Parish combined with St. Vincent DePaul Parish
At St. Michael Church
December 15, 7:00 PM
Corpus Christi Mission Statement
We, the Catholic Community of Corpus Christi, are called to continue the work
and teachings set forth by Jesus Christ. We are committed:
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To make the Eucharist the center of our lives by celebrating it joyfully
and meaningfully as a community,
To grow as an involved and loving community,
To preserve church and family traditions,
To provide a Catholic education and opportunities for spiritual growth to
all age groups,
To reach out to those in need.
As a parish, we dedicate ourselves to live out our faith through service where
each member shares with others the gifts and talents received from God.
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Parish Events & Community Activities
SACRAMENTAL PREPARATION
Bap sm: Parents wishing to have their child bap zed
must schedule and complete a prepara on session prior
to scheduling their child’s Bap sm. Please contact the
Parish Office to make arrangements. 304-277-2911
NO ADULT SCRIPTURE SESSION
THIS WEEK
Due to the upcoming holiday schedule Scripture
Sessions will not resume un l Wednesday, January
7, 2015, at 7:00PM.
“The Life & Le ers of St. Paul” will be the new topic.
Today, November 23, 2014
Knights of Columbus Donut Social
a er 10:30AM Mass in the School
Cafeteria. Everyone welcome!
The Members Mee ng for November 26 is
cancelled due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
♦ PREMEMBER TO BUY YOUR GROCERY STORE SCRIP WHEN MAKING YOUR
SHOPPING LIST FOR “GOBBLER TOM” AND ALL THE FIXINGS! lease take
advantage of SCRIP when planning your shopping. SCRIP can be purchased
Mondays from 8:15AM — 9:00AM and Fridays from 2:30PM — 3:30PM in
the school cafeteria. You can also purchase SCRIP a er all masses on the
week-end. Special Orders or large orders must be received by Monday @
10:00AM to assure delivery by Friday.
♦ Wednesday November 26: Noon dismissal—Thanksgiving holiday begins
No school Thursday, November 27 & Friday, November 28.
♦ Market Day: paper orders due to the school by November 25,2014, on-line
orders due no later than November 29, 2014 11:00PM. Pick up date:
December 5, 2014 3:00—3:30PM
♦ The 8th Grade class is sponsoring their Annual Poinse a Sale. Orders are
due December 8, 2014. Delivery will be December 12 in the a ernoon. Order
forms available in back of church, in the school or church office. Proceeds go
towards the 8th grade class trip to Washington, DC in May.
♦ Breakfast with Santa: Saturday, December 13, 2014 9:00AM-11:00AM in the
school cafeteria. $5.00 per person includes breakfast, photo frame cra ,
picture with Santa, gi from Santa and special reindeer treat.
No Cantor Prac ce
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Happy Thanksgiving
PREP NEWS: Sunday, November 23, 2014 9:00AM-10:15AM
Advent Family Gathering for children and their families.
Advent Reflec ons, Prayers, Cra s, and Ideas to make and
take and share. Great fellowship!
NO CLASS: Sunday, November 30,2014 Thanksgiving Break
The Parish Office will be closed
on Thursday, November 27 &
Friday, November 28, 2014 for
the Thanksgiving holiday.
Seniors Day — Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Noon — 3:00PM in the Parish Center
Bring your favorite card or board game, and a
bag lunch. Enjoy an a ernoon of fun and
Wish Tree Project Christmas 2014
The Wish Tree is now in the back of church
with tags lis ng “wished for” and needed items
for children of all ages. If you take a tag from
the tree please purchase the indicated item(s),
return the items unwrapped, with the tag
securely a ached. Items need to be returned
to the school or parish office by Friday,
December 10, 2014. See back page for addi onal details.
Super Bowl Board squares are
available $50 each. .
Contact Tom Fauls ck 304- 277-5255.
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Monday, November 24, 2014
Rv 14: 1-3. 4b-5; Ps 24: 1b-4b, 5-6; Lk 21: 1-4
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Rv 14: 14-19; Ps 96: 10-13; Lk 21: 5-11
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Rv 15: 1-4; Ps 98: 1. 2-3b, 7-9; Lk 21: 12-19
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Sir 50: 22-24; 1 Cor 1: 3-9; Lk 17: 11-19
Friday, November 28, 2014
Rv 20: 1-4,11 – 21: 2; Ps 84: 3-6a, 8a; Lk 21: 29-33
Saturday, November 29, 2014
Rv 22: 1-7; Ps 95: 1-7b; Lk 21: 34-36
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Is 63: 16b-17,19b; 64: 2-7; Ps 80: 2-3, 15-16, 18-19;
1 Cor 1: 3-9; Mk 13: 33-37
Last Week’s Collec ons
November 16, 2014
Offertory Collec on:
$ 5,342.00
Debt Reduc on:
$ 224.00
Total
$ 5,566.00
St. Vincent DePaul Society $
60.00
Thank you for your generosity!
Today’s Second Collec on will be the Collec on
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 organiza ons that
help people help themselves. Your contribu on
will defend human dignity and help those living
on the margins of our society.
Please give to the CCHD Collec on.
Entered into Eternal Life:
Janet Richardson Truax
June 12, 1947- November 19, 2014
Wife of Terence Truax, Sr.
Sister of Arlene (Howard) Shidock
Please keep her and her family in your prayers.
Weekly Sanctuary Candle
An offering can now be made in memory of a deceased loved one. The Sanctuary
Candle is the candle in the red and gold candle stand that is adjacent to the
Tabernacle, which remains lit at all mes. Call or stop in the church office for more
details, 304-277-2911.
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10:30AM Monday, November 24
Funeral Mass for Janet Truax
8:30AM Tuesday, November 25
Mary Stopski
11:00AM Wednesday, November 26
Leona Thalman
9:00AM Thursday, November 27
For All Parishioners
8:30AM Friday, November 28
Louis Vidoni (B)
5:30PM Saturday, November 29
Mark Rohrig (B) & Frances Rohrig (A)
8:00AM Sunday, November 30
Anna Ledergerber
10:30AM Sunday, November 30
For All Parishioners
Special Prayer Intentions
Sarah Czapp, Irma DeCrease,
Abby McGowan, Rudy Medovic,
CJ Reinacher, Margie Quinn,
Richard Rinschler, Norma Roth,
Joseph Wavra, and John Vdovjak
♦ for our women and men and their families who serve in our
military
♦ and all of those who are confined to home and nursing homes
and on our prayer chain.
Due to privacy concerns we cannot publish names of sick and/or
hospitalized without the permission of the individual or their
immediate family. To have someone placed on the prayer list please
call the parish office.
Names are leŌ on the list for 4 weeks unless we are
otherwise noƟfied by the family.
The Sanctuary Candle is burning this week
in loving memory of:
Bill Burke, Sr.
Father Laurence Wrenn, who at mes celebrated Liturgy here at
Corpus Chris in Monsignor Gene’s absence, has returned to his
homeland of Ireland. If you would like to send him a card or le er,
his address is:
Father Laurence Wrenn
22 Monastery Close
Templemore Rd.
Thurles, County Tipperary, Ireland
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Thursday, November 27, 201Altar S
9:00AM Mass Thanksgiving Smay,Austin
Mills,Alexis
Mills,Domenic
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DePaulis,Joe
Saturday, November 29, 201Altar S
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Loughery,ScottieMiller,L.
Ernest,Patrick Whipkey,Mark
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Dailer,Tom
Dailer,David
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Kowalik,EugeneProvenzano,F. Johnson,T.
Kowalik,Walter
Custer,D.
Blatt,Connie
Sunday, November 30, 2014 Altar S
8:00AM Mass
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McKitrick,Sarah Polsinelli,D. White,D.
McGlumphy,JackiePolsinelli,A.
Blake,Marla
Monteleone,Teri
Glatz,David
Sunday, November 30, 2014 Altar S
10:30AM Mass
Calvert,I.
Calvert,A.
Children's Liturgy
Gadd, L
C. Pangilinan
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Calvert,M.
Edge,J.
Edge,T.
Lector 2
Wagner,Bill
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Musician
Breiding,D.
Cantor
Heagy, P.
Musician
Breiding,D.
Cantor
Evans,Rae
Musician
Breiding,D.
Cantor
Kime, Bernadette
Hosp
Lector 1
Lector 2
Musician
Cantor
Baker,S.
Granato,Amy Gadd, E.
Bailey,Sue
Gadd,Lisa
Graebe,Mary Jo
If you are unable to fulfill your ministry please
Pavlic,S.
find a replacement minister. It is very important
to have all posi ons filled!
November 24 — November 28
Domenic Mills & Sco e Loughery
18th Street Volunteers
November 29, 2014
Grove Calvert Kate Curran
Jim & Jackie McGlumphy
A en on Lectors:
The 2015 Workbook for Lectors are available to pick
up in the Church Sacristy. Lectors please make sure
you stop by and pick up your copy.
THE MASS INTENTION BOOK FOR 2015 IS NOW OPEN !
You may s ll make requests for Mass Inten ons for 2015, dates are
s ll available! S pend payment must be made when the mass and/or
candle is scheduled. Please mail your requests with payment to the
Parish Office or stop in to schedule. No phone requests please!
DECEMBER HAPPENINGS @
St. Joseph Retreat Center
137 Mount St. Joseph Road, Wheeling,
West Virginia.
DAN SCHUTTE: CONCERT AND WORKSHOP
Experience an evening of song, prayer, and reflec on with Dan
Schu e. Come meet, listen, pray, and learn from a composer who has
shaped so much of the music used in Catholic liturgies over the past 30
-plus years. Dan Schu e’s meless composi ons include: Here I Am
Lord; City of God; Sing a New Song; You Are Near; and many others.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience an in mate gathering with this well-known and loved composer.
Limited sea ng is available.
Co-Sponsored by the St. Joseph Retreat Center and the Diocese of
Wheeling-Charleston, the following events will take place over a twoday weekend: The concert will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, December 5, 2014, in the Mount St. Joseph Chapel, 137 Mount St. Joseph
Road in Wheeling, West Virginia. The cost is $15 for early registra on
by November 24 and $20 at the door. Dan will also present a special
workshop on Saturday, December 6, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. also
in the Mount St. Joseph Chapel. The cost is $20 for individuals and $15
per parish choir members (minimum of 5 people per parish). All are
welcome to a end both events!
For more informa on and to purchase ckets, please contact Anna
Marie Troiani at 304-232-8160, extension 112, or
email [email protected]
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Thanksgiving Table Prayer
O Gracious God, we give you thanks for your overflowing generosity to us. Thank you for the blessings of the food we eat and especially for this feast today. Thank you for our home and family and
friends, especially for the presence of those gathered here. Thank you for our health, our work and
our play. Please send help to those who are hungry, alone, sick and suffering war and violence.
Open our hearts to your love. We ask your blessing through Christ your son. Amen.
Advent begins next Sunday! What are the key first steps to enter into Advent?
We can all slow down. We can all breathe more deeply. We can all begin to trust that this will be a blessed me. Then, when we let
ourselves be who we are, and hear the Scriptures, we can begin to quietly pray, “Come, Lord, Jesus.” We might expand that prayer, in
quiet moments of our days ahead, “Come into my life. I trust you don’t mind if it is s ll messy. I believe you love me, because I need your
love. I don’t fear you can’t find the way to my heart. Come and fill me with peace and the love only you can give.” Some of us will want
to open our hands on our laps or hold up our arms in the privacy of our rooms and say out loud, “Come, Lord, Jesus, come into this
house, into my family, into our struggles. Come and heal us, and give us join again. Come and unite us and let us experience, each in our
own way, a bit of the joy you are offering me now.” And, before a single decora on goes up, we have prepared for Christmas’ message
with the founda on of faith, with the mystery of Advent’s gi . God wants to be with us. Advent is le ng God’s will be done in our
hearts and in our everyday lives.
Resources for Entering Advent well: The “Praying Advent” website offers many helpful resources for individuals and families who want some help to
begin the season of Advent and move through it well. There are a great variety of pages which will address the issues almost anyone is facing. In common
sense language the site helps us pray through Advent as we may never have done before. In addi on, there is a Daily Prayer for each day of Advent, based
upon the Collects of the New Roman Missal. Just Google “Praying Advent” to find the site on the Creighton U. Online Ministries web site.
Altar Servers
Richard Rinschler
Hospitality Ministry Tracy Robson
RCIA
Linda Rinschler
Knights of Columbus William Wagner
St. Vincent de Paul Ebbie Schuetz
Youth Ministry
Trina Pissos
Ladies Guild
Jackie McGlumphy
304-277-2807
304-905-0588
304-277-2807
304-336-7177
304-277-3693
304-277-1220
304-277–5142
Good Neighbor
Georgia Rudol
304-277-3961
PTG
Mike Howard
304– 277-1220
Finance Council
David Glatz
304-277-4668
School Café. Rental Tom & Peggy Dailer 304-277-2707
Athle c Director Kevin Heller, Jr.
304-277-4082
CCGS Boosters
Ed Boudreau
304-277-2475
PTG ONE STOP SHOP &
COOKIE SALE
Join us in the Parish Center
Saturday, December 13, 2014
9:00 — 1:00
Save your time and energy by purchasing your cookies at the
PTG Cookie Sale! (Come early the cookies may run out!)
Five Dozen for $20.00
One Stop Shop has tables available for vendors and crafters.
Tables are $15. For more information contact:
Trina Pissos 304-277-1220 or 304-639-6104
Have a cup of coffee as you choose your cookies! Check out the
One Stop Shop for some great Christmas gifts!
Some vendors include: Thirty-One,
Tastefully Simple, Usborne Books,
Origami Owl, Gold Canyon Candles and
other crafters.
O Come All Ye Faithful
To the Ladies Guild
CHRISTMAS PARTY!
Enjoy Fine Food and
Wonderful Conversation
With fellow ladies of the parish.
Turkey and Ham Dinner
With all the “fixins”
Sunday, December 14th, 2014
In the Parish Center at 2:00
$5 Gift Exchange
White Elephant Raffle
50/50 Raffle
Paid-up Membership — Free
Non-Members — $10
Tickets will be sold after Mass in the
back of Church (Nov. 8 – Nov. 30), can be
purchased in the Parish Office or call
Becky Gentle 304-905-8046 to make a
reservation.
Reservation Deadline is December 4th.
Eighth Grade
Poinse a Sale
The 8th grade class is once again sponsoring the
poinse a sale to support their Washington, DC
class trip in May. All orders need to be turned in by Monday,
December 8, 2014. Orders will be delivered to the school and will be
ready for pick-up on Friday, December 12, 3:00-5:00. Order forms
are available in the back of church, in the parish and school offices.
Poinse a prices range from $7.00 - $30.00. Fresh pine wreaths,
centerpieces and grave blankets are available to order also.
Corpus Chris School will be selling
Enjoy® Coupon Books again this
year to benefit the general fund.
Books are priced at $40 and will be
on sale from October 6, 2014,
through January 7, 2015. For more
informa on, please contact Kelly at
the Parish Office at (304) 277-2911.
Friends of Corpus Chris :
During the past 16 Christmas seasons, you have helped us bring the joy of
Christmas to needy children in our community by par cipa ng in our
Wish Tree Project. Last year we wrapped and delivered more than 200
gi s through the generous spirit of our school and parish community.
Your generosity has helped make many Christmas wishes come true!
Today we begin our 17th year with the Wish Tree Project 2014. The tree
has been placed in the back of church with tags lis ng wished for and
needed items for boys and girls. Please help by taking a tag, purchasing
the item(s) and returning them by December 10. Items may be dropped
off at the school or the parish office, (unwrapped please) and with the tag
a ached. We will sort , wrap and deliver the gi s in me for Christmas.
Please help make a child’s Christmas come true. Your generosity will
enable us to touch the lives of others by providing them
with a few special Christmas surprises. If for some reason you are unable
to purchase the item, please call the number on the tag and let us know
as soon as possible.
Thank you ~ Sue Smith ~ The Wish Tree Project Coordinator
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