THIRTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

November 16-17,  2013 

 

 

 

MASS INTENTIONS for this week

 

 

 

 

Sat.   5pm: Josephine Hsue (liv.)         

Sun:  8:30: Bruns Grayson (dec.)

       10:30: David Campbell (dec.)

       12:30: William and Jennie Maderious (dec.)

Mon. 8am: Mary Froning (dec.)

Mon. 6pm: Wilfredo Balza, Sr. (dec.), Rosalinda Balza (liv.)

Tues. 8am: The Tam Ho Families (dec.)

Tues. 6pm: Alicia Therese  Baccay (iv.)

Wed. 8am: Valerie Burkart (liv.)

Wed. 6pm: The Soljack Family (dec.)

Thurs. 8am: Valerie Burkart (liv.)

Thurs. 12(noon): Bruns Grayson (dec.)

Thurs. 6pm (N.O.): The Mullen Family

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

Fri.   2 pm:  Adoration & Confession

Fri.   3pm:   Chaplet & Benediction

Fri.   6pm: Bruns Grayson (dec.)

Sat.   8am: Betty Garland (liv.)

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

Sat. 4pm: Adoration & Confession

Sat.  5pm: Orlando Maldes, Sr. (dec.)

 

MUSIC FOR TODAY

 

 

 

 

Prelude:  “Fugue”,  Piotr Harasimiuk
Hymns for today:  #484 Come thou almighty King  #100 Asperges,  #621 Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow
5pm (Sat.) “Psallite Mass” Cantor & Organ.
10:30am:  Mass of the Angels, St. Joseph’s Children’s Choir (TORCH).
12:30pm: Missa Orbis Factor, Chorus Magnficat
Postlude: Little Fugue in G Minor, JS Bach

Text Box: Sunday Scripture	

	We must not let distractions of the world's chaos and disorder dispel God's perfect plan of salvation. Today's readings show us that even in the midst of a world gone mad, we are still empowered to bring God's order to any situation. Whether it is by our behavior, our words or our presence, believers have been given the power to share God's message no matter where we find ourselves. 
	The first reading today reminds us that God will save those who fear him. Paul tells those who are unwilling to work that they should not eat. In the Gospel, Jesus explains that even in times of disaster, we are not to shrink back or despair. He will always be with us. Our perseverance will secure our lives.

This week’s second collection will be for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.  Last week’s 2nd collection for the Bishop’s appeal totaled  $ 936.00.  Next week’s 2nd collection will be for Parish  Liability Insurance and Diocesan Assessment.

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! 

MAY GOD REWARD YOUR GENEROSITY.

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

Weekly update

Nov 09 & 10, 2013

Year-to-Date

Actual - 1st Plate

$  4,392.00

 $201,334.00

Parish Pay 1st Plate

$  1,607.00

        $  63,421.00

Total 1st Plate

$  5,999.00

        $264,755.00

Goal

$  6,400.00

  $294,100.00

Shortfall

$      401.00

  $  29,345.00

Bishop’s Appeal

$     936.00

  $  13,952.91

Goal for Appeal

 

        $   18,494.25

Assessments &  Ins.

$        0.00

  $   11,110.00

Goal for Assess & Ins.

 

  $   68,182.00

Building Fund

 $          0.00

  $   16,510.19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Fund

 

Year-to-Date

 

 

 

Goal:

 

 

September 2013

Amount

Year-to-Date

OPERATING INCOME*

$  25,774.00

$ 240,021.00

OPERATING EXPENSE

$  22,049.00

$ 273,090.00

SHORTFALL

 .00

-$33,069.00

SIGNIFICANT            OPERATING EXPENSE

September 2013

Year-to-Date

Adm - Lay Salaries & Benefits

$  3,973.00

$ 33,950.00

Adm - Non-Personnel

$  3,970.00

$ 24,361.00

Diocesan Assessments

$           .00   

 $ 20,162.00   

Catholic Voice Assessment

$     439.00

$   3,512.00

Package Liability Insurance

$           .00

$ 22.218.00

Parish Priests & Extra Priests - Salaries, Ins/Ret & Stipends

$11,537.00

$ 76,150.00

Rectory Living Expenses

$  2,015.00

$   9,788.00

Bldg & Grounds-Utilities, Maint.,  Repairs & Supplies

$  3,750.00

$ 22,716.00

Liturgy, Music & Catechesis

$  3,714.00

$ 35,593.00

Other (Miscellaneous)

       $     494.00

$   2,591.00