March 22, 2015 - Cathedral of the Incarnation

2015 WEST END AVENUE
NASHVILLE, TN 37203-2372
www.cathedralnashville.org
615-327-2330
March 22, 2015
Fifth Sunday of Lent
Most Reverend David R. Choby, J.C.L, D.D.
Eleventh Bishop of Nashville
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:30 & 11:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m.
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
Monday:
7:00 a.m. Communion Service
12:10 p.m. Mass
Tuesday—Friday:
7:00 a.m., 12:10 p.m. Mass
Monday—Thursday
(When Vanderbilt is in session)
5:30 p.m.
CONFESSION
Saturday: 3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m.
INCARNATION
CATHEDRAL PARISH STAFF
Rev. Edward F. Steiner, D.Min., Pastor
Rev. Jayd Neely, Associate Pastor
Deacon Jim McKenzie, Dir. of Pastoral Ministries
Deacon Thales Finchum
Deacon Mark Faulkner
Deacon Joe Holzmer
Mrs. Robin Baskin, Dir. of Religious Education
Mr. Jackson Schoos, Dir. of Music Ministries
Mrs. Kelly Doyle, Cathedral Day School
Mrs. Lori Reddick, Business & Finance
Mr. Kevin Raymond, Dir. of RCIA
Mrs. Marcie Castellarin, Parish Secretary & Records
Ms. Lindsey Stamps, Facilities & Events Coordinator
Ms. Chloe Stegeman, Youth Group Coordinator
Rev. Gervan Menezes, Chaplain, Fr. Ryan High School,
Sacramental Assistance (in residence at Cathedral)
Rev. Francis Appreh, Chaplain, St. Thomas Midtown,
Sacramental Assistance
UNIVERSITY CATHOLIC
CAMPUS MINISTRY
Rev. John Sims Baker, JD, Chaplain
615-322-0104 (in residence at Cathedral)
www.universitycatholic.org
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CATHEDRAL
OF THE
INCARNATION • NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
MASS INTENTIONS
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
Saturday, March 21
5:00 Anne Louise Eidell Wall (21st anniv.) by Peggy Ross & Family
March 25 (Wed) Last opportunity for Wednesday Confessions,
3:30 –5:15
March 27 (Fri) Stations of the Cross following the 12:10
Mass
Sunday, March 22: 5th Sunday of Lent
8:30 Mass for the People of the Parish
11:00 † David F. Donnelly, Jr. (12th anniv.) by wife,
Constance Donnelly, and daughters, Connie & Kate
5:00 † Billy Block by the Parish
March 29 Palm Sunday of the Lords’ Passion
Monday, March 23: St. Turibius of Mogrovejo
7:00 Communion Service
12:10 Intentions of our Parish Nurses Group
5:30 Intention of Bob and Julie Book
Tuesday, March 24
7:00 † Kaye Werkhoven by Anita, Jim, and Pat Coe
12:10 † Antoinette Mary Doumit Kalifeh by Lyne &
Cleary Smith
5:30 Intention of Gary and Lisa O’Connor
Wednesday, March 25: The Annunciation of the
Lord
7:00 † Elizabeth Casa Santa by the Parish
12:10 Intention of Jane Black on her Birthday by
Suzanne Sousan
5:30 Intention of Chris Wohar
Thursday, March 26
7:00
12:10 For the Ongoing Recovery of Bishop Choby
5:30 Int. of the University Catholic Benefactors
Friday, March 27
7:00 That more of us will attend Holy Week
12:10 Intentions of our Rel. Ed. Faculty
Saturday, March 28
5:00 † Jean Marie McAuley Jenkins by Ed Jenkins
and Family
Want to schedule a Mass Intention?
Contact the church office: 327-2330 or
[email protected]
CHRISM MASS
April 1 (Wed)
6:00 p.m.
TRIDUUM
HOLY THURSDAY
April 2
Mass of the Lord’s Supper
7:30 p.m.
♦
GOOD FRIDAY
April 3
Tre Ore
Noon-3:00
Confessions will be heard during the Tre Ore
Passion & Adoration of the Cross
7:30 p.m.
♦
HOLY SATURDAY
April 4
Easter Vigil
7:30 p.m.
OUR PRAYERS
REQUESTED
ARE
FOR THE REPOSE
OF THE SOULS OF
Billy Block
(Former Parishioner)
Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”
Come hear Kem Hinton, FAIA, founding partner of TuckHinton Architects, give a presentation on the history, survival,
and meanings of da Vinci’s masterpiece, “The Last Supper” following the 8:30 Mass.
FIFTH SUNDAY
OF
LENT • MARCH 22ND, 2015
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
COOKBOOKS
FOR THOSE WHO LIKE TO EAT….
We have more parish cookbooks available! Over 300 recipes of family favorites.
$20.00 and all of it is for debt reduction!
You can pick up from the office or contact
[email protected] or 615-406-5815.
FASHION SHOW!
Spring Fashion Shop & Show
Featuring the French Shoppe
Wednesday, April 15
5:30 p.m. in the Fleming Center
Dinner, Wine, Fashion Show & Shopping!
$40 per person, includes 1 wine ticket
Proceeds benefit Cathedral Charities
Purchase your ticket online by
 Make a Donation ($40 per person)
 Fashion Show
No classes for any age group today.
Hope everyone is having a safe, restful
spring break! Classes for all age groups resume next Sunday, March 29, Palm Sunday.
CRS Rice Bowl: Hungering for a Healthy Harvest
CRS Rice Bowl brings our Lenten journey back to
Africa this week, to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
We join our fasting in solidarity with people who go hungry, and we remember in prayer the importance of building a community that is willing to support those most in
need. Rice bowls can be turned in on April 12.
Neri Nights is on Spring Break! We will resume normal meeting time at 6:00 p.m. next Sunday, March 29.
Enjoy your Spring Break!
If you are a teen and are interested in learning more
about a mission trip opportunity this summer, please
contact Mrs. Baskin at [email protected]
CATHEDRAL DAY SCHOOL
Do you enjoy sharing
your faith? Do you want
to meet more families in
the parish? Ready to
share your time with the
parish?
If your answered yes to any question, we have the perfect volunteer opportunity for you! The Religious Education program is seeking catechists for all age groups for our
next formation year, which begins in September 2015.
The perfect catechist doesn't need a degree in teaching
or theology, or any degree in fact! The perfect catechist is
someone is a person of prayer who loves the Church and
has a to share their love the Catholic Church with children. The curriculum and teaching materials are provided
as is training in classroom management. Curious? Perhaps
you would like to sit in a class before this year ends in
April or maybe talk with a current catechist.
Interested? Email our Director of Religious Education, Robin Baskin at [email protected]
God doesn’t call the qualified; He qualifies the called!
Now taking applications for the 2015-2016 school
year. For a tour or more information contact Kelly Doyle at
[email protected] We offer childcare for
ages 6 months to 5 years in a religious based academic program preparing each child for kindergarten and beyond.
LEGION
OF
MARY: ACIES CEREMONY
The Legion of Mary’s annual Acies Ceremony will be
held this Sunday, March 22, at 3:00 p.m. at St. John Vianney Church in Gallatin. The Acies is a solemn ceremony in
which Legionaries renew their loyalty to Jesus though
Mary. Everyone is invited to attend!
Thank You for Supporting Your Parish!
February 22
March 1
March 8
Debt
March 15
$34,579.25
$23,078.58
$26,751.92
$8,556.00
$
Please remember that we must receive
$30,000 per week to balance our budget!
CATHEDRAL
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OF THE
INCARNATION • NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
THIS WEEK
PARISH NURSES
TAKE CARE OF YOU
Body: Memorize your poison control center phone number
(1.800.222.1222).
Mind: Ask for help. If you don’t get the help you need first off,
keep asking until you do.
Spirit: Let prayer be your first response, not your last resort.
Green: Store hazardous household products securely.
ATTENTION ALL CATHEDRAL BLOOD DONORS
The first Cathedral Blood Drive in 2015 will be Sunday, April
12 from 9:15-1:15pm in the Fleming Center. Signing up is simple
and can be done three ways. For online sign up go to
www.redcrossblood.org, click on “account login” and log in as a
“donor.” Enter the sponsor code “cathedral019” and schedule your
preferred time to donate. By phone call Sally Stack: 615-298-2932
or 615-400-2932. Sign up at the church after any Mass on March
21-22 or March 28-29.
If you are 17 (16 with parental consent), weigh at least 110
lbs. and are in good general health, you may be eligible to donate. We will also have blood drives on June 7 and October 18.
Mark your calendars for these important dates.
The Red Cross continues to have an urgent need for blood and
platelet donations. With the severe winter weather this
year donations are down. Please consider becoming a Cathedral
Donor.
YOUNG ADULTS
AT
AT THE
CATHEDRAL
Sunday, March 22
9:30 Presentation on da Vinci’s “Last Supper”
in Rm 304
9:30 Boys Scouts Table in Fleming
11:00 RCIA Dismissal in Rm 305
2:30 Diocesan Confirmation in Church
Monday, March 23
7:00 Boy Scouts in Rm 202
Tuesday, March 24
5:30 Legion of Mary in Rm 204
5:30 Cursillo in Rm 202, 206, 305
6:00 Room in the Inn in Fleming Center
Wednesday, March 25
3:30 Lenten Confessions
7:00 Knights Officer Meeting in Rm 305
7:00 “Bible & Prayer” in Fleming Center
7:00 Knights of Columbus in Room 305
Thursday, March 26
7:00 p.m. RCIA Inquiry in Rm 303
7:00 p.m. RCIA in Rm 305
Friday, March 27
12:45 p.m. Stations of the Cross in Church
Saturday, March 28
9:30 Centering Prayer Group in Rm 303
CATHEDRAL
Join us for SUNDAY NIGHT DINNER after the Sunday evening
Mass. All 20 & 30 somethings are invited! Follow us on Facebook
at “Cathedral Young Adults.”
SERVE YOUR PARISH
Become a Children’s Missionary
The Children’s Liturgy of the Word in need of leaders and
aides at the 11:00 Mass. One Sunday a month is all that is requested. Parents and/or grandparents of those children who already are
participating are especially encouraged to volunteer. A background check is a requirement for anyone working with children.
Contact Tracie Carter for more information or to sign up:
[email protected]
Become a Reader
We still have a need for those who are interested in reading at
both weekend and daily Masses. If you are able to serve at any
weekend Mass or any of the 7 a.m. or 12:10 p.m. weekday Masses,
please contact Stephen Penton at 615-693-1446 or [email protected] As with all ministries of the Church, one must
have the appropriate skills.
READINGS
FOR THE WEEK OF
MARCH 22
Sunday:
Monday:
Jer 31:31-34/Heb 5:7-9/Jn 12:20-33
Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 or 13:41c62/Jn 8:1-11
Tuesday:
Nm 21:4-9/Jn 8:21-30
Wednesday: Is 7:10-14; 8:10/Heb 10:4-10/Lk 1:26-38
Thursday:
Gn 17:3-9/Jn 8:51-59
Friday:
Jer 20:10-13/Jn 10:31-42
Saturday:
Ez 37:21-28/Jn 11:45-56
Next Sunday: Mk 11:1-10 or Jn 12:12-16/Is 50:4-7/Phil
2:6-11/Mk 14:1--15:47 or 15:1-39
©Liturgical Publications Inc
FIFTH SUNDAY
OF
LENT • MARCH 22ND, 2015
MAKE
Leonardo da Vinci’s
The Last Supper
Join Kem Hinton after the 8:30 Mass in
Room 304 of St. Albert Hall for a presentation
on the most duplicated masterpiece in world history. Kem Hinton, FAIA, is founding partner
with Seab Tuck of Tuck-Hinton Architects.
CATHOLIC SUMMER FAMILY CAMP
Camp Marymount is a summer camp for children owned
and operated by the Diocese of
Nashville. Marymount is also
pleased to be the home of
Grandma’s Family Camp so
families can enjoy the Marymount experience
together!
Have you always wanted to give camp a try?
Come to camp as a family April 10-12. The
weekend will be filled with family fun and fellowship. Activities include canoeing, crafts, archery, evening activities, games, sports, campfires, and more. For infor call 615-799-0410 or
email [email protected]
www.campmarymount.com
CHURCH ORGAN
Have you noticed the
choir sitting to the right of the
Altar at Sunday Masses rather
than in the choir loft? Our pipe
organ is as old as the church,
slightly over 100 years old.
Although it has been rebuilt and an electronic
console was installed during its many years, the
guts of the organ have lived out their life expectancy. Pipe organ repair is costly, so we are looking at options regarding what steps to take next
for our most important musical instrument. In the
meantime, duct tape, super glue, and prayer are
the best friends of our organ!
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SPIRITUAL ADOPTION
Dear Cathedral Parishioners & Friends:
Since the Roe vs. Wade decision in 1973, the
number of abortions has increased to 1.2 million
annually. Although recently there are reports of a
slight decline in the abortion rate, other assaults
on human life are increasing at an alarming rate. I
am asking you to increase your awareness and
sensitivity to the preciousness of human life by
considering a commitment to pray daily for one
unborn child who might be in danger of being
aborted.
The Cathedral ProLife Committee is asking
each of us to “spiritually adopt” one unknown baby for the next nine
months. We will each pray for the child we’ve chosen that he or she
will be carried to term and experience the fullness of life, just as God
intends.
Picture for a moment a young woman who just this week has discovered she is seven weeks pregnant. What she may not know is that
her baby’s heart has been beating for four weeks, it can flex its fingers
and toes, suck on his or her thumb, and is totally dependent on her. She
might be scared and confused and may not know where to turn. She
may well be considering terminating her pregnancy and be under pressure from others to do this. She may think she has no other option. But
many people—like us—do care enough to help her and her child. Our
prayer can make a difference between whether this child will be born
or not. Our prayer can also be a form of spiritual support for both
mothers and for fathers of children who try to make the holiest of decisions.
Please take a prayer card placed at the end of each pew and pray
the ten-second prayer daily for your “adopted child.” You are also encouraged to name your baby and give him or her identity. At the end of
the nine-month period we will celebrate the “birth” of our spiritually
adopted babies with a baby shower. In this way we can also help, in a
very tangible way, the mother as she brings to term a beautiful gift of
life. All gifts collected at the shower will be given to Catholic Charities
to help mothers in need.
Father Ed Steiner
LENTEN SACRIFICE
FOR
RESPECT
OF
HUMAN LIFE
We have the opportunity to “spiritually adopt” a child who is newly conceived this month. Not all newly conceived babies are allowed to
be born. In fact, more than 3,200 babies lose their lives to abortion
each day. It is these babies you are being asked to “adopt.” You may
“adopt” a child individually or as a family. Sign up after Mass this
weekend. You will be asked to name the child for whom you will be
praying, thereby acknowledging the baby’s humanity. You will be
asked to pray for your unborn child and for all unborn children, for the
power of prayer is great. For any question contact Respect Life members Roy Silveira at [email protected] or Pam Holzmer at
[email protected]
CATHEDRAL
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NEWS
OF THE
AND
INCARNATION • NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
EVENTS IN OUR DIOCESE
CATHOLIC CHARITIES ADULT DAY PROGRAM
Catholic Charities Adult Day Program is a licensed,
quality daytime care for seniors that takes place in a supervised and caring setting. The Program offers a variety of
activities (from music to exercise) and opportunities for socializing within a structured environment. The program operates five days a week, Mon-Fri, 7:00 to 5:00. Fees determined on sliding scale. Hot meal and snacks are provided.
Contact Linda Edwards at [email protected] or 615760-4408 about interest in the program.
HOPE CLINIC’S HOPE
FOR THE
FUTURE GALA
Hope for the Future Gala – March 31
Be part of our Gala as we travel the path of The Beatitudes. The evening will be a journey to find the beauty and
modern implications of the promised words “Blessed Are...”
through a private photography exhibition curated by nationally recognized artist Jeremy Cowart. For information or to
sponsor a table: www.hopeclinicforwomen.org/gala.
WANT
TO
LEAVE
A
LEGACY TO THE CATHEDRAL?
Please look at the Catholic Community Foundation
of Middle Tennessee. www.ccfmtn.org
AND
COMMUNITY
FATHER RYAN HIGH SCHOOL
Theology Speaker Series
On March 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Center for the Arts on
Father Ryan’s Campus come hear speakers from the Best Buddies High School Program which pairs students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in one-to-one friendships with
high school students in both public and private high
schools. This event is free and open to the public.
Father Ryan Purple Masque Players presents
Guys and Dolls
Thursday, April 16—April 18 at the Father Ryan Center for the
Arts. Showtimes are at 7:00 each night plus a matinee at
2:00Saturday. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket booth prior to the shows. Info or tickets: www.fatherryan.org.
HERB WILLIAMS GOLF TOURNAMENT
The Golf Tournament will be April 11 at Ted Rhodes Golf
Course. Scramble format. Shotgun start at 8:00 am. Bring your
own team. Cost is $100 per person if paid by April
3, otherwise, the cost is $125 per person. Proceeds benefit an
8th grade student entering a Catholic high school with tuition
assistance scholarship. Chuck Curran: 615-390-7217.
Is the parish in your will?
BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS
Announcements must be in the Church Office no later
than Noon on Friday, one week before publication.
[email protected]
CHURCH
ON THE
WEB
The Bible: www.usccb.org/bible/index.cfm
Cathedral: www.cathedralnashville.org
University Catholic: www.universitycatholic.org
Diocese: www.dioceseofnashville.com
Vocations within the Diocese: www.nashvillepriest.com
United States Bishops: www.usccb.org
Vatican & Pope: www.vatican.va
Vatican Information Service: visnews-en.blogspot.com
Catholic News Service: www.catholicnews.com
Catholic News & Encyclopedia: www.NewAdvent.com
Young Adult online magazine: www.bustedhalo.com
Catholic Charities of Tennessee: www.cctenn.org
Nashville Catholic Business League:
www.catholicbusinessleague.org
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