January 25, 2015 - Mary Queen Catholic Church

606 Cedarwood Drive
Friendswood, TX 77546-4551
281-482-1391 281-482-4886 (fax)
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
www.maryqueencatholicchurch.org
www.lasalette.org
January 25, 2015
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday
5:30 PM Vigil Mass
Sunday
7:30 AM, 9:30 AM,
11:30 AM &
5:30 PM (Life Teen)
First Saturdays
8:30 AM
Weekday
8:30 AM
Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday & Friday
6:30 PM
Wednesday
Reconciliation
4:00—5:00 PM Saturday
Morning Prayer
8:10 AM
Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday & Friday
Daily Rosary
after 8:30 AM Mass
Monday, Tuesday
Thursday & Friday
(except First Friday)
1st Friday Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament
9:00 AM—5:45 PM
Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament
4:30 PM Tuesday —
5:45 PM Wednesday
The Priests who serve Mary Queen Catholic Church are
Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette.
Pastor: Fr. James H. Kuczynski, M.S.
Parochial Vicar: Fr. Benny Thadathilkunnel, M.S.
Deacons: Darrell Moulton, 281-482-0939
Paul Robison, 713-416-1585
Priests in Residence: Fr. Maurice “Moe” Linehan, M.S.
Fr. Lamartine Eliscar, M.S.
Pastoral Administration
Office Administrator
Administrative Assistant
Bookkeeper I
Bookkeeper II & Capital Campaign Admin.
Receptionist
Carla Martin, ext. 311
Rhonda Hansen, ext. 315
Susan Silva, ext. 313
George Rodgers, ext. 313
Anita Shorosky, ext. 310
Coordinator of Ministries & Functions
Rose Mary Baez, ext. 219
Pastoral Formation
Director, Adult Faith Formation
RCIA Coordinator
Director, Elementary Faith Formation
Administrator, Faith Formation
Director, Youth Ministry &
Senior High Faith Formation
Director, Junior High Faith Formation
& Confirmation
Administrative Assistant, Youth Ministry
Music Ministry
Director, Parish Music Ministry
Director, Life Teen Music Ministry
Adam G. Martinez, EdD, ext. 319
Amy Schauss, ext. 334
Cindy Newman, ext. 333
Alice Malek, ext. 328
If you are new to Mary Queen parish or visiting, please
stop by with any questions regarding our parish. We
would love to meet you!! If you have been attending Mary
Queen Church and consider this your parish, please
register with the Parish Office so we can keep an
accurate census.
Registration forms can be found in the:
Parish Office
Welcome Desk (in Church narthex)
Church’s website
Come Worship With Us!
Manny Bourque, ext. 317
Our Parish community worships together at Sunday
Mass, daily Masses, Holy Hour and Morning Prayer.
Renee Bourque, ext. 329
Kyle Turner, ext. 318
Join us for Morning Prayer each weekday
(except Wednesday) at 8:10 AM.
Russell Bolduc, ext. 227
Open
Food Pantry/Social Concerns
Coordinator, Food Pantry/
Social Services Ministry
Chris Austgen, 281-482-1950
Facilities Management
Facilities Manager
Maintenance Coordinator
Chuck Turner, 832-618-4647
Charles Ganter, ext. 310
Support Staff
Maintenance
New to the Parish?
Have you been here
awhile but haven’t
registered?
We pray the rosary after the 8:30 AM daily Masses
(except Wednesday & First Fridays).
Ron Johnson
Sacramental Life
Sacrament of Baptism:
Congratulations for Choosing Life!
Parents should contact the Parish Office to register for
preparation.
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Peace Be With You! Saturday
4:00—5:00 PM or by appointment.
Sacrament of Matrimony: The Lord Bless You! Contact one
of the priests at least six months in advance for preparation.
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick: The Healing Love of
Christ Surround You! If you know someone who is sick or in the
hospital, contact the Parish Office so we can visit and include
them in our prayers.
RCIA:
Christian Initiation of Adults: Journey With Us In
Faith! For inquiry into the Catholic Faith, contact the Parish
Office.
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Bulletin Submission & Room Reservations
Bulletin announcements must be submitted to Rhonda at
[email protected] no later than 12:00 PM
on the required submission date. Please see page 7
for dates.
All Ministries and Organizations who need to reserve a
room and/or schedule events for the calendar need to
contact Rose Mary at [email protected]
If you have questions, please call the Parish Office,
Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM, at 281-482-1391.
This Week in the Parish
Sunday, January 25, 2015
9:30 & 11:30 AM Masses: Children's Liturgy of the Word (St. Cecilia Room)
After 7:30 & 9:30 Mass - Coffee & Donuts (Main Hall)
After all Masses - Knights of Columbus selling Valentine Dinner Tickets
9:30 AM CCE Class (Parish Center)
9:30 AM RCIA - Breaking Open The Word (Room 114/115)
9:30 AM RCIA - Children & Teen Session (Parish Center)
11:30 AM CCE Class (Parish Center)
1:00 PM Bible Study - W.O.R.D. (Retreat House)
3:00 PM Financial Peace University Class (Mini Hall)
3:45 PM Adult Scripture Study Program (Room 114/115)
6:45 PM Life Teen Night (Parish Center)
6:45 PM Men's ACTS Director Meeting (Bride's Room)
Monday, January 26, 2015
No Life Teen Core Team Meeting
7:30 AM Stretching for Strength Class (Mini Hall)
5:30 PM Special Friends (Mini Hall)
6:00 PM Special Friends Board Meeting (Room 120/125)
6:30 PM Bear Den (Room 118)
6:30 PM Tiger Den (Room 116)
6:30 PM Wolf Den (Room 117)
6:30 PM Divorce Care Forum Meetings (Retreat House)
6:30 PM Webelos I (Room 119) & Webelos II (Room 114/115)
7:00 PM Boy Scout Troop #452 Meeting (La Salette Hall)
7:00 PM Choir Rehearsal (St Cecilia Room)
7:00 PM Edge Core Team Meeting (Room 110/Library)
7:00 PM La Salette Prayer Group (La Salette Hall - Divine Mercy Chapel)
7:00 PM RCIA Catechumenate Session (Main Hall)
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
9:30 AM Crochet & Craft Ministry (Room 120)
10:00 AM Mary Queen Seniors (Mini Hall)
1:00 PM Small Meditation Group (Retreat House)
4:00 PM CCE Class (Parish Center)
4:30 PM Exposition for 24 Hour Eucharistic Adoration (St. Joseph Chapel)
7:00 PM CCE Class (Parish Center)
7:00 PM Men's Ministry Prayer Group (La Salette Hall - St Anne Family Room)
7:15 PM Witnessing the Faith (Room 114/115)
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
9:00 AM Christian Meditation Prayer Group (Bride's Room)
9:30 AM Queen's Bee Quilters (Mini Hall)
9:30 AM Special Friends Reading Class (Room 118)
4:00 PM CCE Class (Parish Center)
5:30 PM CCE Class (Parish Center)
5:30 PM Christian Meditation Prayer Group (Bride's Room)
5:45 PM Benediction concludes Eucharistic Adoration (St Joseph Chapel)
6:45 PM Edge Night (Parish Center)
7:30 PM Life Teen Music Practice (St Cecilia Room)
Thursday, January 29, 2015
9:30 AM Special Friends Reading Class (Room 118)
12:30 PM Rosary for Our Nation (La Salette Hall - Divine Mercy Chapel)
7:00 PM Adult Scripture Study Program (Mini Hall)
7:00 PM Come to the Water - Faith Sharing Group (La Salette Hall)
Friday, January 30, 2015
7:30 AM Stretching for Strength Class (Mini Hall)
Saturday, January 31, 2015
After 5:30 PM Mass - Knights of Columbus selling Valentine Dinner tickets
7:30 AM Men's ACTS Faith Sharing group (Room 110/Library)
7:30 AM Men’s Ministry Prayer Group (Retreat House)
9:00 AM FTCM - Formation Toward Christian Ministry (Main Hall)
4:00 PM Reconciliation (Church)
Mass Intentions
Saturday, January 24
5:30 PM Ora Curdie—Birthday Blessings, David Moreno,
Aldolfo Alaniz
Sunday, January 25
7:30 AM Everett Meagher, Barbara O’Toole, Ester Sluss
9:30 AM Living & Departed Loved Ones of Judy Hodges,
Andrew Ried James—Birthday Blessings,
Brian Joseph Maksymowski
11:30 AM The Living & Departed Family Members of Fr. Benny,
Allen Carambat, Tony Chavez
5:30 PM All Our Parishioners, Carmen Celestino,
Living & Departed Loved Ones of Jeff & Cindy Oberlin
Monday, January 26
8:30 AM Cecilia Dorner, Brian Joseph Maksymowski
Tuesday, January 27
8:30 AM Rose Rapp, Jose Oscar Rivas,
Brian Joseph Maksymowski
Wednesday, January 28
6:30 PM William C. Kernan, Patricia Belan
Thursday, January 29
8:30 AM Living & Departed Family Members of Georgia Braun,
Maria C. & Patsy Borghese
Friday, January 30
8:30 AM Living & Departed Family Members of Mary Katherine
Heeb, Mazenod Perera, Theda Hemmi,
Saturday, January 31
5:30 PM Marie Novosad, Patricia Belan, Theda Hemmi
Sunday, February 1
7:30 AM Catherine Arnold, John & Evelyn Monnat,
Danny & Joanie Rincon
9:30 AM Special Intentions for Vera Smart, Robert H. Elpers,
Dale Wahl
11:30 AM Allen Carambat, Warren Thornton
5:30 PM Claire Butler, Carmen Celestino
Parish Financial Information
The Stewardship Report for Sunday, January 18th is not
available this week due to the Martin Luther King
holiday.
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A Huge THANK YOU!
We have officially begun the new year of
2015. I would like to begin by thanking our
entire Mary Queen Community for once
more supporting our Diocesan Services
Fund (DSF). This past year, 2014, we
were given a goal of $156,000.00 to meet, which is
quite an undertaking. However due to your generosity
and giving spirit, we not only met our goal, but
exceeded it! Fifty percent of the amount exceeded is
returned back to Mary Queen. I sincerely thank you for
your generosity and willingness to support all the
efforts of our Archdiocese.
Fr. Jim
DSF Summary as of January 16, 2015
Parish Goal
Total Amount Paid
Total Amount Pledged
Total Number of Participants
Average Participant Pledge
Paid Over (Under) Goal
Pledged Over (Under)
Percent Paid
$156,000.00
$191,003.49
$192,399.49
548
$351.09
$35,003.49
$36,399.49
122.44%
Stewardship Prayer
Almighty and ever-faithful Lord, gratefully
acknowledging Your mercy and humbly admitting
our need, we pledge our trust in You and each other.
Filled with desire, we respond to Your call for
discipleship by shaping our lives in imitation of
Christ. We profess that the call requires us to be
stewards of Your gifts. As stewards, we receive Your
gifts gratefully, cherish and tend them in a
responsible manner, share them in practice and love
with others, and return them with increase to the
Lord.
We pledge to our ongoing formation as stewards
and our responsibility to call others to that same
endeavor. Almighty and ever-faithful God, it is our
fervent hope and prayer that You who have begun
this good work in us will bring it to fulfillment in
Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen
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Prayer Groups & Scripture Studies
Today’s Gospel
Adult Scripture Study
Join us on Sunday afternoons 3:45-5:15 PM in Room 114/115,
and on Thursday nights, 7:00-8:30 PM in the Mini Hall. Classes
are offered in 4 to 5 week sessions so please see the parish
website for scheduling or contact Adam at
[email protected] in the Adult Faith
Formation Office. The spring 2015 Session One begins
January 25th.
Christian Meditation Prayer Group
All are invited to join us on Wednesday, from 9:00—10:00 AM or
5:30—6:15 PM in the Bride’s Room (enter through the side door of
the church). Contact Sandy at 281-482-1784 or
[email protected]
Our Lady of La Salette Prayer Group
Join us on Mondays in La Salette Hall—Divine Mercy Chapel at
7:00 PM. We praise the Lord and exercise the gifts of the Holy
Spirit. Join us for worship, song, teaching, testimonies and prayer
for healing. For information, contact Brother Roger at 281-6482764.
Men’s Ministry Prayer Groups
All men of the parish are invited to join us for prayer, reflection,
and faith sharing on Saturday mornings in the Retreat House from
7:30-9:00 AM, or on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30 PM in La
Salette Hall. This is a great opportunity for men to support one
another in our faith journeys.
Gospel :
Mark 1:14-20
Come, follow me.
Let us pray for the grace to accept the call we each receive,
to follow Christ in the daily routines of our lives.
Daily Readings
Sunday, January 25
Jonah 3:1-5, 10, 1 Corinthians 7:29-31, Mark 1:14-20
Monday, January 26
2 Timothy 1:1-8, or Titus 1:1-5,Luke 10:1-9 or Hebrews
9:15, 24-28, Mark 3:22-30
Tuesday, January 27
Hebrews 10:1-10, Mark 3:31-35
Wednesday, January 28
Hebrews 10:11-18, Mark 4:1-20
Thursday, January 29
Hebrews 10:19-25, Mark 4:21-25
Friday, January 30
Hebrews 10:32-39, Mark 4:26-34
Saturday, January 31
Love of God and Love of Country
Hebrews 11:1-2, 8-19, Mark 4:35-41
All are invited to join us every Thursday at 12:30 PM in La Salette
Hall—Divine Mercy Chapel. We pray the Rosary for the needs of
our country. We study the writings of the Founding Fathers of the
Republic, deeply rooted in the Christian faith. We also discuss
events, legislation and social trends that are shaping the country's
direction.
Sunday, February 1
Deuteronomy 18:15-20, 1 Corinthians 7:32-35, Mark 1:21-28
W.O.R.D.—Young Adult Prayer Group and
Social
Young professionals and college students (ages 18-35) are invited
to join our Mary Queen Young Adult Group on Sunday afternoons
at 1:00 PM in the Retreat House for a light lunch and Scripture
Study. We will spend time each week in prayer and focusing on
the weekly Mass readings. For more information, please email
[email protected] Hope to see you there!
Choose one of the following activities as a way to further
reflect on the Sunday readings:
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What can your family do this week to show others that
you believe in the Good News?
•
As a family, read stories of saints who showed their belief
in the Good News. Discuss: How were the lives of others
affected by this person's faith in Jesus?
Adult Confirmation
Mary Queen will host Adult Confirmation
sessions in the of Spring of 2015. Adult
Confirmation is for baptized Catholics who
have not yet received the gifts of the Holy
Spirit during the Sacrament of Confirmation.
For information on how to prepare to
complete your Sacraments of Initiation of the Catholic
Church and receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit contact
Amy Schauss at [email protected],
281-482-1391 x334 or cell 832-630-6512.
•
Jesus calls us to be fishers of people. If you were going to
catch people for Jesus, what kind of bait would you need?
As a family, make a list of ways each individual’s life and your
family life is influenced by your faith in Jesus. After
brainstorming the list, talk about a few of the items. Finally,
decide on one thing your family will do this week to put into
practice the faith you share.
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PRESCHOOL & ELEMENTARY FAITH FORMATION
281-482-1391
Alice Malek, Administrator, Ext. 328
Cindy Newman, Director, Ext. 333
HOME-BASED CATECHESIS
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th
10:45-11:15 AM
in La Salette Hall
This is a be a brief parent meeting to turn in work done to
date for credit. Please be sure to mark each lesson with
the calendar date of the lesson, not the date completed.
If turning in individual lessons, please be sure to put them
in a folder with the child’s name on the front.
Thinking of working with children or youth?
Learn how to better protect all children.
Next LifeTeen:
Sunday, January 25th — “United” 6:45 - 8:35 PM
Winter Formal
Mary Queen's Youth Council is putting on a Winter
Formal on Friday, February 13th at MQ from 7:30 PM to
11:00 PM. The tickets are $15 before the event and $20
at the door. Our teens are excited and have been
working hard to host this 2nd Annual Senior High Winter
Formal Dance. You DO NOT have to have a date to
come. Just come out, have a good time with your
Catholic peers for an evening of fun, fellowship, &
dancing. Contact Kyle at 281-482-1391, ext. 318 or
[email protected] for tickets!
Confirmation Retreat
February 12, 2015
"Protecting God's Children"
(3-hour course)
St. Helen's/Pearland, 6:00 PM
Thank you to everyone who prayed for our confirmation
candidates while they were on retreat this weekend. It
was a Spirit-filled weekend thanks to your prayers!
To register, go to www.virtusonline.org
Next Edge:
Wednesday, January 28th — “First Impressions Last”
6:45 – 8:35 PM
Following Jesus costs something. Not a price we
pay with things, but by giving Him ourselves. He
wants our trust in his plans, our attention in worship,
our time in doing good works, our talents shared
with others, and yes, a portion of our blessings in
thanksgiving.
Here are some of young followers of Jesus:
Dana B., Ellen B., Megan B., Annie H.,
Erin H., John W. H., Max N., Aidan S.,
Arden S., Avery S., Ethan S., Katie S., Kirstin S.,
Ingrid S., and William S.
Their collection envelopes show that they helped,
played, sang, camped, played sports and went to
Cub Scouts AND came to Mass to thank God for it
all. You are friends of Jesus.
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Don’t forget to like our Facebook page and follow us on
Twitter for the most up-to-date information!
facebook.com/maryqueenyouth
@MaryQueenYouth
Parish Social Ministry
Divorced or Separated?
Save the Date
Parish Social Ministry Formation Day
If you are involved with the Food Pantry, Come To The
Water, the Gabriel Project, Loaves and Fishes, Mary’s
Garden, Meals on Wheels, Our Daily Bread or any other
Parish Social Ministry, you are invited to attend the first
Parish Social Ministry Formation Day on Thursday,
February 12, 2015 at 9:30 AM. All participants are
encouraged to attend 8:30 AM morning Mass that
day.
The day will begin with our keynote speaker, Matt Johns
from Catholic Charities. He will be speaking on “Social
Ministry 101: What Is It and Why Do We Do It?”.
Following Matt, there will be a panel presentation that will
include representatives from Our Daily Bread, Galveston
County Food Bank, Catholic Charities and others.
At the conclusion of the panel presentation, we will share
a pot-luck lunch. After lunch there will be a session
specifically for Food Pantry Volunteers.
Our next session is Monday, January 26, 2015
6:30 PM in the Retreat House
Divorce Care is a weekly support group and seminar series where
you’ll learn how to deal with the pain of the past and look forward to
rebuilding your life. Start when you can, come as often as you can.
The cost is just $15 per person (includes workbook). Call Joanie at
832-878-7905 for information or to pre-register.
Mark Your Calendars!
Mary Queen Parish Festival
Sunday May 3rd
The Parish Festival will be here before
we know it! This is a fun filled family
event for our parish community as well
as Friendswood and other surrounding
communities. It is a major annual fundraiser and a great
opportunity for stewardship.
The festival committee continues to look
for new ideas to grow and enhance the
festival which in turn would increase
attendance, participation and enjoyment.
Please RSVP to Chris Austgen at 281-482-1950 or
[email protected]
Come to the Water
All are welcome as we join together, with a
merciful heart, on Thursday, January 29th
at 7:00 PM. We will come together as the
body of Christ to embrace the “Works of
Mercy” and discuss how we can reach out
to the poor, the hungry, the sick and the
sorrowful. Please contact Terri Kettle at
[email protected] or 713-560-4503
for more information.
Got Gift Cards? If you received gift cards
that you will not use, please consider
donating them to the Food Pantry, they
will find a good home for them.
The following items are large expenses and are a vital
part of our Festival. The festival committee would
appreciate any ideas/suggestions on how to defray these
costs:
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Sponsors/donations to cover cost of the Raffle ticket
printing
Sponsors/donations to cover cost of Prize Gift Cards
Live Auction and Silent Auction donations
Sponsorships/donations to cover the cost of
Children’s Game Booth Rentals & Inflatables
Contact information of companies or individuals who
would like to support the Festival
Your willingness to return as booth chairperson or
your willingness to get involved with the Festival
Fun, family game competition, ideas/suggestion that
your family has participated in at family reunions,
carnivals, etc.
The committee would love to hear your ideas for and
your interest in being a part of the festival. If you would
like more information or would like to volunteer, please
contact Tim Westhoven at [email protected]
or Katherine Cox at [email protected] by February 15th.
Restore Hope
Mary Queen Church offers a support group, Restore Hope, to women
who have had an abortion at any time during their lives. This ministry
seeks to help them heal, experience God's love and mercy and find
forgiveness within a small group setting. All information is kept
confidential. If you are interested or would like more information,
please contact the group facilitator at [email protected]
The next group will begin in January, 2015.
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Get Ready for the Super Bowl
Knights of Columbus - BBQ SALE
The Knights of Columbus
will be selling their famous
smoked chickens, sausage
links and ribs on February
1st, Super Bowl Sunday,
after all morning Masses.
If you would like to pre-order for your game day
gathering, please contact Roland Souliere at
[email protected]
Due to the rising cost of the St Louis Style ribs, it is
making it necessary for us to increase our price to
$17.00 per rack.
SAVE THE DATE
All Mary Queen Volunteers are invited to join us for the
annual Volunteer Appreciation Gathering on Saturday,
April 18th following the 5:30 PM Mass.
Open Position
Director of Life Teen Music Ministry
Mary Queen Church has a part-time Director of Life Teen Music
Ministry position available. The successful candidate will have singing
and playing experience with Life Teen or comparable Catholic youth
program and an in depth knowledge of music and music theory (formal
training a plus). Pro-audio knowledge and sound mixing and the ability
to learn quickly is a must. The candidate must also have the desire to
lead teens in praise and worship as well as lead by example in prayer,
praise and worship. Excellent communication skills are necessary for
collaboration with Pastor, Office Administrator and Pastoral Staff. For
more information or to apply, please contact Carla Martin at 281-4821391, ext. 311 or email at [email protected]
What’s Going On At Mary Queen?
There are many ways to find out what is going on at
Mary Queen Catholic Church: announcements at Mass,
the bulletin, the Mary Queen Website, weekly E-News
and on Facebook. If you would like to receive our weekly
E-News, go to the Mary Queen website at
www.maryqueencatholicchurch.org and sign up. You
can also click on the Facebook link and “like us” to
receive the newsfeeds.
Mary Queen
E-News
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Interested in Advertising in the Bulletin?
Do you own a business? Are you looking to reach out to
over 2,500 parishioners each week? Would you like to
help Mary Queen Catholic Church in a unique way? If
so, why not advertise in the weekly bulletin? Not only will
you expand your business outreach, but you will also
help us offset our printing costs....a win-win for
everyone!
Rob Kennedy from our bulletin printer,
Messner Publications will be here the week of January
26th and he will be happy to answer any of your
questions
Please feel free to contact Rob at
[email protected] or 804-366-4838.
Update Your Parish Information
Do we have your up-to-date personal information? If you
have moved, lost or added a family member, changed
your name, phone number or email address, please
provide your updated information to Rhonda Hansen at
[email protected] or 281-482-1391. This
will help to ensure that you receive communications from
Mary Queen.
Mary Queen CROCHET/CRAFT MINISTRY
NEEDS YOUR UNUSED YARN!!!
If you have yarn that you would like to donate,
please drop it off at the reception desk in the
Parish Center.
Come and share your gifts, while growing in our faith
together. We meet every Tuesday, at 9:30 AM, in Room
120. If you are interested, contact Cindy Dittrich at 832282-6346 or [email protected] ALL ARE
WELCOME!
Valentine’s Dinner & Dance
The Knights of Columbus and Mary
Queen Women’s Ministry are cohosting a Valentine’s dinner and
dance open to all adult parishioners,
family and friends on Saturday,
February 14th, in the Main Hall. The
dinner will be served at 7:00 PM followed by the
dance. The music will be provided by a professional
disc jockey who will play any type of music you
desire. More information to follow about purchasing
tickets for the dinner.
Bulletin Submission Dates - Due 12:00 PM
February
February
February
February
1st Bulletin - due January 23rd
8th Bulletin - due February 2nd
15th Bulletin - due February 9th
22nd Bulletin - due February 16th
Adult Scripture Study Program Launches at Mary
Queen Church
The Adult Faith Formation Office of Mary Queen
Church is pleased to announce that it will begin
formal Scripture Study Sessions on Sunday
afternoons 3:45-5:15 PM in Room 114/115 and
Thursday evenings from 7-8:30 PM in the Mini Hall
beginning January 25th and January 29th
respectively. Sessions will run for about 4-5 weeks each. The
program will begin with an in-depth look at the New Testament
book of the Acts of the Apostles using the Ignatius Catholic
Study Bible series by theologians Scott Hahn and Curtis Mitch.
A donation of $15 is requested to cover material only. Lateregistration is still available through the Receptionist Desk with
a $20 late registration. Space is limited. For more information
please contact Dr. Adam Martinez, AFF Director, at 281-4821391, x319 or [email protected]
Session I
Facilitator: Patti Rubenak (Sunday afternoons; Room 114/115):
January 25, February 1, 8, 15, 22
Facilitator: Linda Robison (Thursday evenings; Mini Hall):
January 29, February 5, 12, 19, 26
Session II
Facilitator: Patti Rubenak (Sunday evenings; Bride’s Room):
April 12, 19, 26
Facilitator: Linda Robison (Thursday evenings; Mini Hall): April
9, 16, 23, 30
“Let us come together to learn and apply scriptural principles for
daily living as Jesus teaches. “When we approach the Bible,
then, we approach Jesus, the Word of God; and in order to
encounter Jesus, we must approach him in a prayerful study of
the inspired word of God, the Sacred Scriptures.” –Ignatius
Catholic Bible Study Series
Adult Faith Formation Presents:
The Improbable Survivor:
A Young Child in the Holocaust
Thursday - February 5, 2015
7:00 PM—Main Hall
Chaja Verveer serves on the Advisory
Board of the Holocaust Museum
Houston and is president of Child
Survivors of the Holocaust, Houston.
She was recently appointed to serve on
the Texas Holocaust and Genocide
Commission.
Join us on Thursday, February 5th to hear Chaja’s story.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP to the Receptionist at
281-482-1391 or [email protected]
no later than Tuesday, February 3rd. For additional
information, please contact Maryann Post at
[email protected]
Mary Queen Women’s Ministry
Annual Retreat
Proverbs 31 – God’s Ideal Woman
What does this Godly Woman of Proverbs 31 have to
say to us today? Does she have relevance for us in the
21st Century? Is she “wild” or is she godly? Is she like
Eve, or is she like Mary? Let us journey together to hear
her speak to us with her tongue, her hands, her wisdom,
her works, and her attitude. You may be young --- You
may be old --- You may laugh --- You may cry. But come
and meet her anyway.
Who is the Proverbs 31 Woman?
dŚŝƐ͍͘͘͘
͘͘͘KƌdŚŝƐ͍
We cordially invite all women, including relatives and
friends, to join us on Friday, February 6th from 6:45 –
9:30 PM and Saturday, February 7th from 8:00 AM –
3:30 PM.
Contact Sandy Sorrell to register
Subject: “WM Retreat”
[email protected] or 281-482-1784.
Ladies of Mary Queen! The next Women’s Ministry
meeting is Monday February 9th, at 7:00 PM, in the mini
hall. If you have never attended one of our meetings, I
ask you to consider joining us and learning more about
our mission. There are no dues and all women of the
parish are automatically members. Being part of the
Women’s Ministry activities and events is a wonderful
way of demonstrating your Stewardship. There is always
something to fit how you would like to participate with
your special time, talents or treasures.
The Women’s Ministry continues its commitment this
month to the Mary Queen Food Pantry, please consider
donating one or more of the following personal hygiene
products when you come to the meeting: bath soap,
deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, conditioner,
shaving cream, razors, toilet paper, and women’s
feminine product. For more information, please visit
www.maryqueencatholicchurch.org. If you have any
questions or would like to be included in the Mary Queen
Women’s Ministry e-mail distribution, please contact
Phyllis Rinehart at [email protected] Hope to
see you there!
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We Pray For …...
Today, we will take up the Collection for the Church in
Latin America. Your gifts to the collection will fund
catechesis, marriage and family life programs, and
seminarian education in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The support you give today will provide opportunities for
years to come. Please support the Church in Latin
America and be generous in today’s collection.
News Around The Area
January 31, 2015, 7:00—10:00 PM
St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church
18223 Point Lookout Drive
Houston, TX 77058
Tickets are just $39! For more information or to purchase
tickets, go to www.DynamicCatholic.com or call 859-9807900. You may also purchase tickets at the Mary Queen
Receptionist Desk during regular business hours, Monday—
Friday, 8:30 AM—5:30 PM.
Justine Bailey
Mary Behne
Melissa Bender
Tony Bennett
Paula Birchler
Joan Blake
Kim Bowers
Georgia Braun
Kathryn Brezinia
Joshua Brown
Mary Brown
Brad Bumber
Michele Burke
Barbara Hickl
Ted Hollingshead
Anna Hull
Chris Carver
Carol Castillo
John Paul Conway
Annie Coronado
Annetta Courtney
Courtney Family
Joan Creamer
Carol Lafeber
Lynn Leenhouts
Sabrina Lusson
Carol Lorance
Gwen D’Antoni
Angie D’Antoni
Rochelle Dent
Roger DelValle
Vincent Diotalevi
Peggy Duncan
Dan Edwards
Rebecca Frankhouser
Friedrichsen Family
Shirley Geerts
Urban Giesler
Jenny Jernigan
Peggy Johnson
Kent Kaufhold
Willy Kik
Robert Knight
Eric Krieger
Helen Krieger
Kathy Krieger
Stacy Krieger
Sonia Marks
Terry Marsh
Tammy Miller
Vera Mireles
Skylar McHenry
Margaret Morris
John Morriss
Emma Nesrsta
Catherine Neville
Hoc Nguyen
Diana O’Connor
Cindy Oberlin
Fran O’Keefe
Minnie Pabia
Wayne Parnell
Linda Parnell
Louise Perkins
Thomas Permetti
Betty Pitre
Dorothy Porter
Lou Porter
Ruth Potts
Bridgett Powell
Eunice Rahn
Robert Rivas
Mary Riveron
Evelyn Rose
James Scott
Mary Semmler
Katherine Shaler
Vera Smart
Special Needs Families
Dixie Suit
Hal Taylor
Lawrence Tracey
Betty Tydelski
Bonnie Vargo
Tracie Waggoner
Fran Walker
David Watson
Betty West
Jackie Will
Danielle Yerkey
Lord Jesus, who went about doing good and healing all, we ask you to bless our friends
who are sick. Give them strength in body, courage in spirit, and patience with pain. We
ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Prayer List Requests
If you have a family member(s) or friend(s) who are in need of special prayers by
our parish community, please consider placing them on the Mary Queen Prayer
List. You may do so by contacting our receptionist, Anita Shorosky at
[email protected] or by calling 281-482-1391. Names will
remain on the list for 60 days unless we are notified otherwise.
~ In Memoriam ~
Please pray for the repose of the soul of
Warren Thornton, husband of parishioner Peggy Thornton
The Sanctuary Candle is in memory of
Everett Meagher
for the week of January 25th - 31st
We offer the Vigil Candle as a Memorial Candle each
week to interested parishioners who would like to
request that it burn “In Memory of” or “In Honor
of” a loved one, living or deceased. Contact the
Receptionist in the Parish Office at 281-482-1391. The
name of your loved one will be published in the bulletin
and near the Sanctuary Candle in the Church.
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