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St. Charles-St. Ann Parish Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time August 9, 2015

Transcript of St. Charles-St. Ann ParishMontague and Flynn Families by Bob and Ellen Flynn 4pm Sat. 8/15 L. Smith...

St. Charles-St. Ann Parish

Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time August 9, 2015

Morning Mass is celebrated at 8am daily.

MONDAY, August 10; Reading: 2Cor9:6-10/Jn24-26

SA **Communion Services will be held on Mondays throughout the summer

TUESDAY, August 11; MASS @ ST. CHARLES

Reading: Dt31:1-8/Mt18:1-5,10,12-14

SC Eleanor “Pete” Roach by Mary Beth Roach

WEDNESDAY, August 12; MASS @ ST.ANN’S

Reading: Dt34:1-12/Mt18:15-20

SA Julia Gebicki by Linda Tindall

THURSDAY, August 13; MASS @ ST. CHARLES

Reading: Jos3:7-10a,11,13-17/Mt18:21—19:1 SC John Zreibec by Par ishioners

FRIDAY, August 14; MASS @ ST. ANN’S

Reading: Jos24:1-13/Mt19:3-12

SA Rev. Louis Barry and Billy Carrigan by Family

SATURDAY, August 15; MASS @ ST. CHARLES–

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Reading: Rv11:19a,12:1-6a,10ab/1Cor15:20-27/Lk1:39-

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4pm Richard and Virginia Simiele by Mr . and Mrs. Laurance Stirpe

SUNDAY, August 16; Reading: Prv9:1-6/Eph5:15-20/Jn6:51-58

SA 8am Sophie Chilinski by Mary Osada

SC 9:30am Vincent Paler ino by Marilee Paler ino

SA 11am Deceased members of the Murphy, Montague and Flynn Families by Bob and Ellen Flynn

4pm Sat. 8/15 L. Smith Morley, Garofano, Roberts, Kinney Fr. Brian Popp, Dunning x3

8:00am Sun.8/16 R. Graziano

N. Gorman

*Hall, Davis, Jewett, Salvagni, Coman Fr. Brian Lockwood

9:30am Sun.8/16 S. Putnam Schmidt, Schmidt, Convertino, Ellis Fr. Brian Guy x3

11:00 Sun. 8/16 T. Scott

L. Callisto

*Werbeck, Hunt, Flynn, McGrath, Danaher Fr. Brian Dillabough x3

Next week’s Lectors Eucharistic Ministers Homilist Altar Servers

To plan a wedding, please contact either parish office to set a time to speak with Father Brian.

Bishop Ludden Minister

August 16—K. Ellis

The Sacrament of Baptism will take place on the 2nd

Sunday of the Month. Please contact the parish office for

details or to set up a time to meet for a class. 468-1803.

CONFESSION SCHEDULE– SATURDAY AFTER-

NOONS 3--3:30 at St. Charles

Our God Reigns Prayer Group meets Tues-

days at 4:00pm in the Reading Room at St.

Charles. Men and women of St. Charles-St.

Ann’s are invited to attend. Please bring a ro-

sary, bible and your prayer requests.

Any questions? Contact Mike Strojnowski at 469-4900

Mass and Minister Schedules, General Information

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK….

Prayer Requests - Would you like us to pray for your intentions? Prayer requests can be emailed to Eileen McGrath at [email protected]. Your requests go directly to the Blessed and Broken Prayer Group and the Our God Reigns Prayer Group who will pray for your in-tention.

All prayer requests are held in confidence and are known only to the prayer intercessors.

“Do not worry about anything, but in everything by pray-er and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God”. Philippians 4:6

& b r o k e n

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Please note! Fr. Brian holds an anointing service on

Fridays immediately following Mass. Why not take

advantage of this wonderful opportunity?

The best deal in town!!

Our teens and adults traveling to Indianapolis for the NCYC trip will be selling

tickets for a Delta Sonic Car Wash. For a price of $12 you will get a Super Kiss

Wash (which costs $14.03) AND our teens make $6!!! Super Kiss Wash gets

you: Touch-less wash with a 2nd free wash within 5 days…High pressure sprays,

sonic suds, revitalizer, underspray, rust inhibitor, clearcoat polish, clearcoat

protectant and brake dust remover!!! The first 200 tickets sold also get a

$5 gift card! That’s a value of $19.03

Our teens will be selling tickets at Masses throughout the summer. You can order tickets by contacting Terri Condon at [email protected] or calling 487-6201 This is an amazing value and our teens earn $6 for every ticket sold! This ticket and gift card would make a great gift or a great treat for yourself. Why break your back scrubbing, polishing and getting a sunburn?? Support our trip to the National Catholic Youth Conference by getting your tickets from us – it saves you money and makes us money!

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If you did not get a tag off of our “On

Point for College Tree” last weekend,

there are still tags remaining in the

gathering area. On Point is a local

nonprofit agency that opens the door

to higher education for low-income

youth who have a desire, and the will to continue their edu-

cation. Last year we filled 16 student backpacks with every-

thing from sheets, to towels, to school supplies. Let’s see if

we can BEAT that number this year! Please place your pur-

chases under the tree by the weekend of August 8th and

9th. (Only new items, please.)

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Family Perspective from the Family Life Education Office (a Hope Appeal agency)

Daily Marriage Tips:

One version of the marriage vows states, “to have and to hold from this day forward.” Pay attention to that little word, “hold,” today. When times are tough or emotions raw, sometimes firmly and lovingly holding each

other is the best comfort.

Respect Life

There is another danger to guard against: the use of genetic research to

threaten the dignity of life itself. The powers of science are morally neutral– as

easily used for bad purposes as good ones. In the excitement of discovery, we

must never forget that mankind is developed— is defined not by intelligence

alone, but by conscience. Even the most noble ends do not justify every means.

Life itself is always to be valued and protected. In biomedical research, we’re

dealing with the very makings of life—and the law must be firm and clear in

restraining the reckless and protecting the voiceless.

(President George W. Bush, Remarks to the Medical College of Milwaukee, Feb. 11,

2002

2014-2015 FISCAL YEAR INCOME

REPORT

Weekly Offering from St. Charles—St. Ann

Offering 15,687.00

Thank you for your continued support!

Hope Appeal Update Pledged 63,581.36

Due 7,132.16

% of assessment collected to date

89.53%

St. Charles Food Pantry

It’s that time of year again! School supplies for all ages are needed. This is a good time to

take advantage of the wonderful sales on pencils, crayons, paper, etc.

Thank you so much for your support!

Faith Formation Registration coming up for September classes:

It’s hard to believe that August is here and we pray you are all having a fun, restful summer with your families. We will soon be registering our students for Faith Formation for September. All classes are starting on September 13th for grades K-12. If you have a son or daughter entering any grade and they have not been registered here last year, please contact our Directors to register them.

Please contact:

Daryl Hall, Director for K-7 by email: [email protected] or call 487-6201

Terri Condon, Director for 8-12 by email: [email protected] or call 487-6201

We are sending out registrations to those students who have been in our program and we are asking that all students please register by September 4th.

Mark your calendar for September 13th – 1st class for all grades

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Friends Forever Canal Cruise

Meet at St. Charles at 5pm on Wednesday, August 19th to carpool and/or get directions. The boat leaves promptly at 6pm. Remember, you must use the available restrooms before you board the boat. Any questions, please call Julia Devers at 488-9360

SENIOR PICNIC

(No minimum age)

Tuesday, August 18th

We’ll gather for Mass, followed by a picnic. There will be time

to stroll in the gardens, smell the flowers and watch the but-

terflies.

Celebrant and Homilist is Father John Rose

11:30am Mass Offering $12.00

For Reservations call 315-446-2680, email us at

[email protected] or register on our website at

www.ctkretreat.com

Save the Date! Sunday, December 13th

Christ the King Retreat House is sponsoring a Syracuse Stage

matinee production of “Peter Pan.” at 2:30pm. A reception

with gift basket raffle will precede the presentation. Should

you want to donate to our raffle or be a sponsor, please call

the Retreat House. Tickets for the show are available by con-

tacting the Retreat House.

THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

Sunday, 8/9 Sister Sharon Miller from Propaga-tion of the Faith is our Homilist—Welcome Sister Sharon !

Monday, 8/10 8pm Alanon @ SA

8:30pm AA @ SA

Tuesday, 8/11 AA 7pm @ SC Assumption Milk Mission

Our God Reigns Prayer Group 4-5pm at St. Charles

Wednesday, 8/12 Men’s Basketball at St. Ann

Thursday, 8/13 Bellevue Manor Mass 10:30am

AA- 7:30pm SC Primary Purpose

Blessed and Broken Prayer Group-

Held at 7pm in the Ministry Center

Friday, 8/14 Walk ‘n Rosary 6:30pm

ST. ANN’S FOOD PANTRY

Thank you for your generous gifts of food and essentials needed thru the summer months. But the need never goes away. We are looking for spaghetti sauce, baked beans, canned vegetables and canned fruits, Thank you again. "

****Please note!! Bible Study will NOT meet during July and August. We will resume our Saturday Morning Study

in September. Enjoy your summer!!

To Reap What You Sow!

On May 2, 2010 a group of teens and adults from St. Cecilia’s planted 100 apple trees at the Matthew 25 Farm. The date was picked because it was thought that the weather would be cool and the ground soft enough to plant the orchard. That day in 2010 it was 92 degrees! It was probably the hardest work any of us had done, the trees had to be planted, staked and tied before we left. We all gathered around the last tree with the Pastor from Christ’s Chapel and we prayed. We prayed that these trees would someday produce fruit to be given to the pantries in the area. The next 5 years brought all sorts of hazards – deer that did a lot of damage, an early frost one year that killed many of the buds and some trees were just lost to the CNY climate. This past Wednesday morning, August 5th, the first crop of Pristine Apples ( a cross between Honey Crisp and Yellow Transparent) were harvested. We had 5 of the original group there that planted the trees—for us it was an emotional day. The Farm manager, Rick Rarick had promised to call me when they were ready and we brought 15 of us, many of our YIM members from St. Charles-St. Ann’s and friends from St. Cecilia’s to pick the trees. We picked 405 lbs. – we even had a guessing game as to who could estimate the total. I, of course, won with a guess of 395 pounds! We left the farm and drove to Assumption Food Pantry and next to St. Lucy’s Food Pantry. All of our YIM members came with us and got to see just had important these pantries are. Be-fore we left the Farm, we offered our prayer of thanksgiving to God for allowing us to help those in need. Rick talked to our group and said, “There are a lot of pantries out there and a lot of people in need. You can’t help them all but you can do your part to make a difference. Contin-ue to reach out to those in need no matter where you go in life. Every little thing you do can change the lives of those you meet.” That’s why we go to the Farm, that’s why we believe in what happens there. You can’t learn this lesson from a book, you can’t feed the world, but you can make a difference one step at a time. Thank you Matthew 25 Farm for all you do to feed those in need in CNY. May God continue to bless this Farm and

your commitment.

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Three of our Altar Servers

having summer fun!

Brendan, Noah, Mary Kate

and Andrew Rewakowski.

Our Parish Business

Administrator and her

cowboy husband. Ellen

and Bob Flynn.

Greetings from Utah!

The Parish of St. Charles—St. Ann

Pastor Rev. Brian E. Lang

Deacons Peter Vanelli, Anthony Paratore

Sacristans Meaghan Burrows Josh Popp

Trustees Jeffrey Fetter Joseph Dwyer

Parish Office Manager Maureen O’Sullivan

Parish Business Administrator Ellen Flynn

Confirmation and Youth Minister Terri Condon

Director of Faith Formation K-7 Daryl Hall

Coordinator of Young Adult Ministry Mary Kortright

Food Pantry Marie Cullen Joan Gorman

Pastoral Care Ministry Coordinator Mary Morley

Parish Council President Christopher Gorman

Music Ministry:

Joanne Balduzzi, Nick Godzak, Ann and Dave Rice

Maintenance and Grounds Ken Eckert, Supervisor

Richard and Katherine Durant

Parish Office 4461 Onondaga Blvd., Syracuse, NY 13219

Parish Phone Number 468-1803

Fax # 487-6312

Faith Formation 487-6201

Website: www.stcharles-stanns.com

Email [email protected]

Committee Chairpersons: Please contact anyone listed

with suggestions, questions, concerns or to volunteer! Please

call the parish office for further contact information. Thank

you!

Altar care and linens Mike and MaryJo Gehm

Lisa Smith

Altar Servers Dc. Tony and Katie Boyea (schedule)

Baptism Preparation Sue Putnam

Bellevue Manor Mary Morley

Buildings and Grounds Christopher Gorman

Children’s Liturgy of the Word Erika Rader

Coffee and Donuts Jim and Desiree Dillabough

Eucharistic Ministers Florence Gilbert

Friends Forever Jane Gilheney

Funeral Ushers John Fleming

Funeral Guild Florence Jutton

Human Development Georgia Grady

Lectors Florence Gilbert

Our God Reigns Prayer Group Mike Strojnowski

Blessed and Broken Prayer Group Eileen McGrath

Oxford Inn Karen Sparkes

RCIA Pat Hunt

Respect Life Joan Brown

Social Ministry Daryl Hall/Betsy Blasland

St. Camillus Deacon Tony

“TO EVERYTHING THERE IS A SEASON”

...Please pray for the sick of our parish

Mary Aigeltinger, Sarah Albright, Thomas Aloi, Joseph Bertalli, Jane Benson, Paul Blais, David Bradley, Art Brzezinski, Sophia

Grace Castrillli, James Cavallaro, Larry Chalk, Sandy Conroy, Chrissy Crandall, Joyce Donohoe, Mary Dooley, Jim Drysdale,

Mary Dunn, Marlene Eckert, Steve Effler, Sr. Paula Jude Egan, Dominic Farrell, Jeff Fellows, Rosa Froio, Clare Gaffney, Shawn

Garland, Teresa Giarrosso, Emily Gokey, Carol Grayson, Bill Gunter, Grace Haggerty, Jim Hanigan, Josh Hildreth,

Doug Kloczko, Joe Kirsch, John Krell, Christine LaPage, Paul LaValle, Rick Lavin, MaryAnn Lewis, Maggie Flynn Loney,

Ginny Long, Karen Magnarelli, Virginia Martens, Nancy Medicis, Beverly Mersfelder, Marie Messina, Kathleen Missert, Mary

Morley, Gladys Northup, James Onacki, Francis Ostrom, Ray Palladino, Eleanor Peters, Mary Petro, Ed Popcun, Edward Pur-

cell, Mary Pat Quinn, Derrick Robinson, Mary Roickle, Jane Ross, Josephine Saccone, Tom Schlueter, Helena Schmidt, Karen

Schmidt, Kimberly Schoemann, Annette Sitnik, Mary Louise Steigerwald, Jane Sweeney, Veronica Tario, Norma Taylor, Riley

Thayer, Beverly Trembley, Makenna Grace Turner, Dc. Peter Vanelli, Angela Weeks, Mary Jo Weinheimer, Rich Worden, Helen

Zarecki, Chuck Zawacki, Donald Zawacki

A time to be born… A time to die…. A time to wed…

A time for war...Liam Halligan, Matthew Locke , Andrew Ayres, Joseph Perry, Packy Guy, Michael Chase, Andy Bryant,

Joseph Coppo, Owen Alberts, and all those men and women serving our country.

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