TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Saturday / Sunday August 30-31, 2014 

 

 

MASS INTENTIONS FOR THIS WEEK

 

 

 

Sat. 5pm: The Poor Souls in Purgatory

Sun: 7am (E.F.): Peter Doran (dec.)

Sun: 8:30: The Poor Souls in Purgatory

   10:30: People of St. Margaret Mary (l. & d.)

   12:30: Cory Artim and Staff (liv.)

Mon. 8am: Gladys and Children (liv.)

Mon. 6pm: Fr. Vladimir Kozina (dec.)

Tues. 8am: Dennis Hamilton (dec.)

Tues. 6pm: Pam, Brett, and Zach Fucke (liv.)

Wed. 8am: Terrel Ellis Martin (dec.)

Wed. 6pm: Ray’s birthday

Thurs. 8am: The Poor Souls in Purgatory

Thurs. 12pm (E.F.): Barbara Ragone and Teresa Glionna (dec.)

Thurs. 6pm (N.O): The Poor Souls in Purgatory

Fri. 8am: The Tam Ho Family (dec.)

Fri. 11am: A successful school year for all TORCH families

Fri.   2 pm:  Adoration & Confession

Fri.   3 pm:  Chaplet

Fri.   6pm: John Larricq (liv.)

Sat.   8am: For peace in the Tam Ho Families

Sat.  10am: Fr. Jan Lundeburg, OCD

Sat.  4pm: Adoration & Confession

Sat.  5pm: The Ba Dinh Family

MUSIC FOR TODAY

 

 

Organ Prelude: Bonduca Trumpet Tune, GF Handel  

Hymns for today: #613 There's a wideness in God's mercy, #100 Asperges, #547 Salve Regina

5pm (Sat.) English Mass w/cantor & organ

10:30am: St. Vladimir’s Mass, Ellis.  Offertory: "Ave Maria" Lindley.   Meditation: "Spirit Seeking"

12:30pm:  Missa Orbis Factor, Chorus Magnificat

Organ Postlude:  Now Thank We, David Hegarty

   

 

Text Box: Sunday Scripture	
      
	Salvation comes from allowing God to seduce us. God calls us to sacrifice everything for him. In every little thing that happens during our day, we should sacrifice our own interests to be more like Christ. That may mean we are the object of ridicule or may be at odds with the modern culture. Knowing that the will of God is perfect, we endure these daily martyrdoms freely given in love. 	Jeremiah cries out that God seduced him for the faith, he cannot avoid preaching. Saint Paul urges the Romans to not be shaped by the culture and make themselves the sacrifice they offer in everything they do. In Matthew’s Gospel, Jesus predicts his passion and calls the disciples to commit completely to God, even if it means martyrdom.

This week’s second collection will be for St. Vincent de Paul Society. Last week’s second collection for the Diocesan Assessment & Insurance totaled $1,058.00. Next week’s second collection for the Building Fund

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! 

MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.

Text Box: * Monthly Operating Income = Sunday 1st Plate + Parish Development Collections

Weekly update

 Aug. 23 & 24, 2014

Year-to-Date

Actual - 1st Plate

$  4,079.00

 $  148,751.00

Parish Pay 1st Plate

$  1,100.00

       $    52,638.00

Total 1st Plate

$ 5,179.00

       $  201,189.00

Goal

$           .00

 $              .00

Shortfall

$           .00

 $              .00

Bishop’s Appeal

$           .00

  $   11,824.62

Goal for Appeal

 

        $   18,494.25 

Assessments &  Ins.

 $ 1,05800

  $     7,102.00

Goal for Assess & Ins.

 

  $    42,385.00

Building Fund

 $          .00

  $    10,941.76

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 2014

Amount

Year-to-Date

OPERATING INCOME*

$  27,908.00

$ 77,611.00

OPERATING EXPENSE

$  23,417.00

$ 77,432.00

SHORTFALL

 

 

SIGNIFICANT            OPERATING EXPENSE

March 2014

Year-to-Date

Adm - Lay Salaries & Benefits

$  4,337.00

$12,176.00

Adm - Non-Personnel

$  1,938.00

$ 9,251.00

Diocesan Assessments

           0.00   

 $       0.00   

Catholic Voice Assessment

$     439.00