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Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church
Phone: 501.835.4323
Fax # 501.834.5598
Sister Parish to Most Holy Mother of God Catholic Parish
Vladivostok, RUSSIA
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
December 28, 2014
Father Tom Elliott, Pastor
501.835.4323, ext. 107
email:[email protected]
Persons/Families when joining the parish, changing address, or
moving to another parish, should contact the Pastoral Services
Office. Family members should register as separate adult
members of the parish upon reaching 19 years of age.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
If you wish to learn more about the Catholic Faith, please
contact the Religious Education Office, ext. 304
Diocesan guidelines require a full year of religious education
prior to the year of preparation for receiving the sacraments of
Reconciliation, Holy Eucharist and Confirmation.
Father Michael Bass, Associate Pastor
501.835.4323,ext 106
email: [email protected]
Deacons: Chuck Farrar and Butch King
VIGIL MASS: Saturday 4:30 p.m.
SUNDAY MASS: 8:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
*HOLY DAY: Vigil- 7:00 p.m. Holy Day - 8:15 a.m. &
7:00 p.m.
*DAILY MASS: Tues. 8:15 a.m.
Wed. 6:45 a.m. & 8:15 a.m.
Thurs. 6:45 a.m. & 8:15 a.m.
Fri. 8:15 a.m.
Sat. 8:00 a.m.
* Please check inside the bulletin for any changes from the above schedules.
BAPTISM: By Appointment
CONFESSION: Thursday 6-7 p.m. & Saturday 3-4 p.m.
(Or any time by appointment)
MARRIAGE: Click “Marriage Preparation” at
Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church
Directory of Services
Pastoral Staff ~ 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.)
Phone 835-4323 Fax # 834-5598
Clarene Hoyt, ext. 100 [email protected]
Administrative Assistant: Carmel Hanley, ext 101
[email protected]
Religious Education
Phyllis Eubanks, ext. 304 [email protected]
Youth Ministry
Christie Powell, ext. 105 [email protected]
Music Director
Steve Guilmet, ext. 114 [email protected]
Business and Finance ~ 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Phone 835-4323 Fax# 834-0165
Business Coordinator: Carmen Sellinger, ext 102
[email protected]
Bookkeeper: SueAnn Buratowski, ext 104
[email protected]
Asst. Bookkeeper/Bulletin Coordinator:
Mary Spond, ext. 103 [email protected]
School pre-K3 -8th grade Office~7:30 am–3:30pm
Phone 835-0771 Fax# 487-6097
Principal: Marcia Brucks
Assistant Principal: Nicole Schafer
Secretaries: Maureen Berry & Cathy Wright
Athletic Director: Stacie Wharton
Support Staff
Buildings & Maintenance Leigh Berry
Rectory Housekeeping: Julie Sharp
School Custodian: Dorothy Burton
(9 days prior to the publication date of the bulletin.)
Fax 834-0165 or email [email protected] or bring information to
the parish office.
Immaculate Conception Church Website Ministries/Organizations, please
email your info to: [email protected]
The IC Church Nursery (ages 6 mos - 4 yrs) is
available during the 4:30 pm Saturday Vigil Mass,
and the 10:30 am & 5 pm Sunday Masses. The nursery is
located across from the Perpetual Adoration Chapel in the
church; we look forward to watching your small ones for you!
Nursery Coordinator: Marietta Ward [email protected]
Sacramental Information~ See Bulletin Cover
Preparations for infant baptisms need to be scheduled with
the Pastoral Services Office. All scheduling of facilities for
weddings also needs to be done through this same office.
Home Bound Visits
~ Contact the church office at 8354323 if you are unable to get to church and wish to receive Holy
In the Hospital ~ Please call the church office at 835-4323
or email at [email protected] to let us know if you or a
family member are in the hospital.
Prayer Network ~ If you or someone you know is in need
of prayer for serious matters and emergencies such as surgery,
accidents, hospitalization etc., please call the Immaculate
Conception Prayer Network- Dottie Edwards, Chairperson, at
835-7995. This ministry is happy to pray daily for one week for
each intercessory request received. They ask that another phone
call request be placed each week, if additional prayer is desired.
New Arrivals ~The Hospitality Committee of IC happily
offers a “Welcome” ministry to any parish family that has had a
recent birth or an adoption of a child of any age. Please let us
know by contacting via email: [email protected]
Pastoral Council President: Joe Villiger;
Vice President: Bill Wright; Secretary: Shelli Dominick
Email addresses of Pastoral Council Members-at-Large
Joe Villiger
[email protected]
John Pownall
[email protected]
Rick Jez
[email protected]
Shelli Dominick [email protected]
Tom Brooks
[email protected]
Bill Wright
[email protected]
Mary Wallin
[email protected]
Allen Thomas
[email protected]
John Allgood
[email protected]
Organizations, Ministries, Boards & Committees
A listing of the many organizations & ministries affiliated with
our parish, along with contact names and phone numbers for
each group, can be found in the IC Church Guide Book &
Directory or on our parish website:
READINGS FOR THE WEEK Dec. 29th—Jan. 4th
1 Jn 2:3-11; Ps 96:1-3, 5b-6; Lk 2:22-35
1 Jn 2:12-17; Ps 96:7-10; Lk 2:36-40
Wednesday: 1 Jn 2:18-21; Ps 96:1-2, 11-13; Jn 1:1-18
Nm 6:22-27; Ps 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8; Gal 4:4-7;
Lk 2:16-21
1 Jn 2:22-28; Ps 98:1-4; Jn 1:19-28
1 Jn 2:29 — 3:6; Ps 98:1, 3cd-6; Jn 1:29-34
Is 60:1-6; Ps 72:1-2, 7-8, 10-13;
Eph 3:2-3a, 5-6; Mt 2:1-12
CHILDREN OF ETERNITY You are children of eternity.
Your immortal crown awaits you, to reward your duty and
love. You may indeed sow here in tears, but you may be sure
there to reap in joy.—St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Mass Schedule & Intentions for the Week
*Fr. Tom-(T) * Fr. Michael-(M)
Tues., Dec. 30 8:15 am
Lucy Knight/Dec’d Anniv. (M)
Wed., Dec. 31
Carol King/Dec’d/( T)
Mary Slattery/Dec’d/ ( T)
6:45 am
8:15 am
New Year’s Eve 7:00 pm
Holyday Vigil
Thurs., Jan. 1
New Year’s Day
Intentions for World Peace/ (M)
10:00 am For the Parish /(T)
Liturgical Roles
Saturday, January 3rd~4:30 p.m. Vigil Mass
Altar Servers: *M. Wine, C. Keeler, K. Osorio, E. Williams,
Extraordinary Ministers: L. Bailey, N. Bennett, M. Boston,
J. & M. Finnegan, P. Robinson, D. Yacko
Lectors: J. Hum, J. Knox
Ushers: R. Bennett, R. Buchanan, L. Engel, G. Prohl
Hospitality Greeters: M. Mathews Fmly, J. Knox, V. Thennes
Sunday, January 4th~ 8 a.m. Mass
Fri., Jan. 2
8:15 am
Sally Johnson/Dec’d( T)
Sat. Jan. 3
8:00 am
4:30 pm
CDA/Living & Dec’d/ ( M)
Paul Bridges/Dec’d (M )
Sun., Jan. 4
8:00 am
5:00 pm
For the Parish/ (T)
James F. Johnson/ Dec’d/ (T)
Karen Howe/Dec’d (T)
Feast of The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
Focus: Christian families are to imitate the example of the
Holy Family by striving to live in love and unity with God
and one another.
Joseph and Mary loved God and did their best to be obedient to
all God asked them to do. They lovingly cared for the child
Jesus, brought him up to walk in the ways of the Lord and lived
in love and unity with God and one another. Their life together
as a family was marked by holiness and love, and it is the
example after which all Christian families are to pattern their
Rest in Peace
Marjorie Thelen– mother of Kathy Rogers &
grandmother of Cinnamon Mathews
Please Pray For Our Sick: Kathryn Olsen, Pat Reidy,
Kathleen Masoner, Mary Lensing, Bo Bourdo,
David Nielsen, Denver Barger, Wanna L. Byrd, Joan Weddle,
Lucian Kitta, Albert Bulmanski, Patricia Whitfield,
Rudy & Rose Del Donno
New Year’s Day~Solemnity of Mary,
The Holy Mother of God
Holy Day of Obligation
Mass Schedule at Immaculate Conception
Wednesday, December 31st, New Year’s Eve
Holy Day Vigil 7:00 PM Mass
Thursday, January 1st, New Year’s Day
Solemnity of Mary, Holy Mother of God 10:00 AM Mass
Please Note: The IC Church office will be closed
December 31st and January 1st for New Year’s .
Our 2015 Church Calendars are available at all exits.
Please remember to take one home for your family.
Altar Servers: C. Mitchell, A. Moix, C. Murray
Extraordinary Ministers: Dc. Butch, S. Abernathy, C. Hoyt,
D. Eschbacher, T. Keene, D. King, J. Stewart
Lectors: C. Gerard, D. Neumann
Ushers: M. Goshen, G. Grummer, R. Hoyt, J. Pharo
Hospitality Greeters: D. Stull, I. Curry, D. Smith, J. Gentry
Sunday, January 4th~ 10:30 a.m. Mass
Altar Servers:* E. Ellis, B. Marchal, C. Weaver, L. Weaver,
G. Weaver
Extraordinary Ministers: Dc. Chuck, C. & L. Deakin,
J. Garmon, J. & Q. Lauer, S. Tanner
Lectors: M. Allgood, P. Blume
Ushers: B. Hain, R. Jez, F. Martin, R. Parker
Hospitality Greeters: P. & L. Boguslawski, J. Zaffarano,
A. Rodriguez
Sunday, January 4th~ 5 p.m. Mass
Altar Server: * C. Sanders, P. Jensen, B. Lanfranco,
R. Primm, K. Primm
Extraordinary Ministers: P. & I. Durbin, L. Frymark,
K. Keplinger, D. Porterfield, M. Scotter, B. Snow
Lectors: R. Bourdo, T. Brooks
Ushers: L. Denison, S. Giglio, P. Lantz, R. Stearns
Hospitality Greeters: F. Wise, J. Engster
Come bring in the New Year at...
The First Annual Shepherd’s Ball !
A Formal Dinner and Dancing Benefit
for The St. Joseph’s Center of Arkansas
Parish Center-Immaculate Conception
This New Year’s Eve !!!
Please purchase your tickets now! call Sandy DeCoursey at
501-933-4560 or visit
NEXT SUNDAY!!!—January 4th
American Red Cross Blood Drive
IC Parish Center 9am–1 pm
Give the Blessing of Health—
Be a Blood Donor!
Sign up sheets at all church exits
Attention Liturgical Ministers The Liturgical Minister
schedule for New Year’s Mass times has been mailed out. A
copy of the schedule is on the church vestibule bulletin board.
Next Sunday, January 4th, the IC Altar Society will sit
together at the 8am Mass. Several pews in the front main
section of the church will be reserved for them.
The Nativity of the Lord~ The light shines in the darkness,
and the darkness has not overcome it. ~John 1:5
Come spend an hour with our loving Lord. He longs to
be a part of your life through Perpetual Adoration.
We have adoration openings for:
SUNDAY: 9-10 pm MONDAY: 2-3 am
TUESDAY: 6-7 am; 10-11 am THURSDAY: 7-8 am;
1-2 pm; 6-7pm
FRIDAY: 4-5 am; 5-6 pm
SATURDAY: 12mid-1 am; 1-2 am; 2-3 am; 3-4 am;4-5am,
5-6 am; and 2-3 pm
For more information, please contact:
Jenny Gates at 758-6107 or [email protected]
Diane Mathis at 835-4404 or [email protected]
Attention Adorers: Suspension of Eucharistic Adoration for
Christmas and New Year’s began at 4 pm on Saturday,
December 20th. Adoration resumes after the 5 pm Mass on
Sunday, January 4th. Thank you.
Donations for Christmas Flowers have been received
in loving memory of Joey Carlisle, Thomas Herron,
Patti Burt, Aline Castleberry, Gerald Castleberry,
Bill Robbins, John Tomosieski Jr, Mr. & Mrs. John
Tomosieski Sr, John Barton, Mr. & Mrs. T. Harold Barton,
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rabasca, Capt. Michael E. Daly, USAF,
Ed & Maxine Hadfield, Philip & Flip Vander Stokker,
Kurt, Jo & Missy York, Baby Angel LePage,
Mr. & Mrs. Francis Zackert, and David Stahr
May hope and peace and happiness
Be always at your door…
May God bless you and those you love,
With life’s best...and more!
A Happy, Holy and Healthy New Year to All!
Best wishes from Fr. Tom, Fr. Michael, Deacon Chuck,
Deacon Butch, Deacon Luis Miguel & all the Staff of IC Parish!
General Offerings From: December 13 & 14
General Offerings For the Month of December 2014
Total Received:$79,139
Today’s bulletin deadline was moved up from the
normal transmittal time. Church collection totals
and any new Christmas flower remembrances will be
noted in a future bulletin Thank you.
“When they had fulfilled all
the prescriptions of the law
of the Lord, they returned to
Galilee, to their own town
of Nazareth. The child grew
and became strong, filled
with wisdom; and the favor
of God was upon him.”
The scriptures of Israel are filled with many
stories of barren couples who were miraculously granted the gift of children by God.
Surely the best known among these is the first
reading from today, from which Luke took
inspiration when he recounted the miraculous birth of John the
Baptist to Zechariah and Elizabeth, and the more miraculous
birth of Jesus to Mary and Joseph. In each instance, we are given examples or role models of those who trusted in God. More
than examples of those who trust, they are models of selfsurrender. They abandoned their own presuppositions and prejudices about the workings of the world and turned their lives
over to belief in a God who can make life grow where none
ought to; a God who can turn death around into a new and unimagined life; a God who can, today, take a tiny child of humble parents in an insignificant town and make him into a light
for all the world. This is what we, as God’s holy family, are
called to do each day: to trust not in ourselves and the way we
think things should be, but to open ourselves and surrender ourselves in faith to a God of endless promise. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Copies of Vladivostok Sunrise, the newsletter of our sister parish in
Vladivostok, Russia, are available in the church vestibule.
Let us pray to the
Prince of Peace,
Who has saved us
From our sins.
Let us worship the
Child of Peace
Who renews us
from within.
Junior CYM (Grades 7 & 8)
Happy New Year!
Jan. 7: JR CYM Mtg. 5:30-7:00 PM
Jan. 14: 7th grade CYM Lunch
Jan. 21: JR CYM Mtg. 5:30-7:00 PM
Jan. 25: 5:00 PM CYM Mass
Jan. 28: 8th grade CYM Lunch
Senior CYM (Grades 9-12)
We welcome all visitors to Immaculate Conception
Church! If you are interested in becoming a
member of our parish, registration forms are available in the
church vestibule, on our parish website and at the church office
(835-4323). Please complete the form, return it to us by mail,
in the collection basket, or by dropping it off at the church
office. We look forward to welcoming you to our parish!
Happy New Year!
Jan. 11: CYM Mtg. 6:00-7:30 PM
Jan. 17-18:Weekend Extravaganza/Mass/March For Life
Jan. 25th: 5:00 PM CYM Mass followed by Mtg. 6-7:30 PM
Altar Society Members: All members of the
Altar Society are encouraged to attend Mass together on Sunday, January 4, 2015. We will have reserved
seating in the first few pews of the church. We will again
forgo breakfast this year. Our next regular meeting will be a
Soup Luncheon on Monday, February 2nd at 12 noon in
Immaculata Hall. The officers will arrange for the soups
along with the February committee providing the desserts.
This is our annual baby shower luncheon to benefit Birthright
this year. To answer any questions, call Joan Finnegan at 835-
Happenings in our Diocese
7144 or Carolyn Chalmers at 835-5544; for ride assistance,
please call a few days ahead.
“The love of God does not distinguish between the newly conceived infant still in its mothers womb, the baby,
the youth, the grown adult or the elderly, because in each of
them. He sees the sign of His own image and likeness.”
-Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI
Mark Your Calendars!!
Mass & March for Life
Sunday January 18, 2015
Life is Precious...Choose Life, Protect Life, Love Life, Respect Life
A Word of Thanks... We wish to recognize and thank all
of our bulletin advertisers. Due to their generosity, the
bulletin is provided to us at no charge. We ask our parishioners to please support these businesses whenever possible.
If you are a registered parishioner and did not
receive a complimentary copy of our new
IC Pictorial Directory, they are available for purchase in the
church office at $10 each.
If you fill your heart with regrets of yesterday and the worries
of tomorrow, you have no today to be thankful for.
Thank God for what you have,
Trust God for what you need.
God Bless,
Christie Powell, IC Youth Minister
835-4323,ext. 105
Praised Be Jesus Christ! Now and Forever!
God is Good! All the time!
An Invitation to men age 16 and up ~ The “Come and See”
Diocesan Priesthood Discernment Retreat will take place on
January 2-3, 2015 at St. John Catholic Center, 2500 N. Tyler,
Little Rock. This is a 24 hour retreat which provides an opportunity to explore more deeply a possible calling to the Diocesan priesthood; it is given by the seminarians of our diocese.
For more info. contact the Diocesan Vocations office at 501664-0340 or by email at [email protected]
Catholic Charities has initiated a support group for people
with mental health challenges to know that they are valued and
genuinely welcome. The group is called the St. Dymphna
Society. Meetings are held the last Tuesday of each month in
Fletcher Hall, at St. John Center, at 6 pm. Mass is held, and
meetings follow. Contact Rebecca Cargile, 664-0340x355. No
reservations are necessary and all are welcome!
The Diocese of Little Rock has launched a new website. In
addition to being mobile friendly, many new features have
been added to serve you. We invite you to check out our user
guide, which briefly describes a few of the key features of the
new site: If you have questions, please
contact us:
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regular price. For more information call 501-664-0125 . Offer
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ADULT FAITH FORMATION For information regarding
the current Adult Faith Formation offerings in IC parish, click
on “Adult Formation” on the parish website,
DIVINE MERCY DEVOTIONS are prayed at 6:30 am each
Wednesday morning before the 6:45 am Mass & at 3 pm each
Friday in the Perpetual Adoration chapel. Please come join in.
meets on the 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month at 7 PM in the
Daily Mass Chapel. All are welcome. Contact Jerri Miller @
835-6044 for details.
“A family altar alters a family”...Enthrone the SACRED
HEART OF JESUS in your home or business. For more
information - contact parishioner, Linda Williams @ 753-1553.
30yrs, meets at 9 am in Immaculata Hall on the 1st Saturday of
each month, except in Jan., July and Sept. We collect
eyeglasses, rosaries & beverage can tabs– see boxes in the
church vestibule. New members are welcome. For more info.,
call Elaine [email protected] or visit :
I.C. ARTS & CRAFTS meets on Tuesday from 9 am -2 pm in
the Arts & Crafts Room of Immaculata Hall. For more details,
contact: Pat Carlisle, 835-4897, or Jean Giglio, 766-2230.
I.C. MEN’S CLUB welcomes all men of the parish to join
their organization. For more details, call Sam Giglio at
501-416-6991 or email [email protected]
meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month from 9am-11am in
Immaculata Hall to knit or crochet shawls for those in need of
prayer, comfort & healing. Call Christa [email protected] or
Valerie [email protected] for more details.
** Please contact the church office if your or a loved one
could benefit from the gift of one of these shawls.
MARTHA’S KITCHEN, meal ministry for the homeless meets
the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm-Parish Center kitchen.
contact Sarah Fellona 501-400-2682 or [email protected]
WITS (Women in the Spirit) is an evening social/spiritual
group, meeting Wednesdays, 7-8 pm in the Parish Dining
Facility. Contact: Sue Kerr [email protected] or 231-6460
MEN OF FAITH –Each Sunday-9 a.m.-IC School Library
Each week we address different issues that men may face at
work, at home, and in life. It’s guys getting together studying
God’s Word to be better men, better husbands & better dads.
All men are welcome to join us each Sunday morning.
Shrimp & Oyster Dinner: All adults are invited to the
Annual Shrimp & Oyster Dinner on Sat. Jan. 10th, from 5 pm8 pm at the Holy Souls Catholic Church Allen Center, Tyler &
“I” Street, LR. Tickets are $25 each and include boiled shrimp,
fried oysters, french fries and slaw. Beer, wine and tea are included. An “Evening at Monaco” after-party in the Allen Center will last until 9 pm. Raffle tickets for the chance to win
prizes, including a flat screen television, may be purchased at
the door. Tickets to dinner may be purchased online at Contact person- Pete Stabnick-501-663-2032
The Arkansas guild of the Catholic Medical Association,
the Sts. Cosmas and Damien Guild, will present a talk,
Catholic Faith in Medicine, on Thursday, January 8, 2015 at
7 pm. Diocesan bioethicist, Fr. Jason Tyler, will be the
featured speaker. It will take place in the lower room of the
Flying Saucer Restaurant, 323 President Clinton Ave., L.R. at
7pm. Contact person- Sarah Collie at [email protected]
Medical professional volunteers are being recruited for the
June 6-14, 2015 Honduras mission sponsored by Christ the
King Parish in Little Rock. We especially need physicians,
anesthesia providers and pharmacists. For more details, contact
mission director Sandee Haslauer @501-951-1759
Husbands and Wives: Participating in a Worldwide
Marriage Encounter Weekend provides an opportunity to
strengthen your marriage! The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend will be Feb. 13-15 at Subiaco. (Valentine
weekend!) Space is limited-so don’t delay! For more details
visit or call Steve & Elaine Lienhart at 501
– 312-1119 or email [email protected] If you apply
by 12/31 & mention ad, you get 25% off the $100 application fee.
Come and rest with God ... learn how to strengthen your relationship with Him... at a three day Silent Directed Retreat
experience, based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of
Loyola. This retreat will be offered January 8-11, 2015 at
St. Scholastica Retreat Center, 1205 S. Albert Pike, Ft. Smith,
AR . For more information call-479-783-1135 or email
[email protected] or visit
Post-Abortion Support Group: Do you feel alone, hurting
or unforgiven from a past abortion? The Respect Life Office,
through Project Rachel, is starting a support group, beginning
February 16, 2015. The spiritual journey lasts 11 weeks, with
small groups of 6-8. Groups will be formed in Little Rock,
Fayetteville/Rogers and Hot Springs areas. All names and
meeting places are strictly confidential. For details call 501664-0340.ext. 357. Inquiry deadline-Feb. 16, 2015
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Room Additions • Kitchen/Bath Remodel
Roofing • Siding • Painting
“Member Of The Better Business Bureau”
Free Estimates
Hunt Physical Therapy
Zachary Hunt, DPT, Certified-SMT
Owner • Parishioner
(501) 666-2824
Orthopaedic Surgeon
Immaculate Conception Parishioner
505 West Pershing
North Little Rock,AR 72114
SKILLS Unlimited
Phone: 501-812-4970
Proudly supporting
the Catholic Community
with a
personal touch
525242 Immaculate Conception Church (A)
Sam Giglio
Immaculate Conception Parishioner
Moe’s knows burritos!
4834 North Hills Blvd. • 812-5577
Parishioner Owned
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