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011016 - Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church
OUR LADY OF THE
HILLS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
120 Marydale Lane
Columbia, SC 29210
Parish Office–772-7400
Fax –798-8030
DIOCESE OF CHARLESTON
Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church
The Baptism of the Lord/ El Bautismo del Señor
January 10th, 2016/ Enero 10th, 2016
E-Mail [email protected]
Website: ourladyofthehillssc.org
STAFF
REV. PETER SOUSA C.Ss.R
Pastor –Ext. 1
[email protected]
Medical Emergency – 803-772-7490
REV. JOHN MURRAY C.Ss.R.
Parochial Vicar
[email protected]
REV.GUSTAVO CORREDOR
Parochial Vicar - Ext. 3
Cell 803-394-6773
[email protected]
SISTER CHRISTINA
MURPHY, SNDdeN
Pastoral Associate – Ext. 2
[email protected]
DEACON CHUCK DIRUSSO
794-3388 or
[email protected]
DEACON DENNIS JONES
808-7196
DEACON STEVE BURDICK
798-8296
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday, (Vigil) 5:30 PM
Sunday, 8AM, 10AM & 12NOON
Spanish Mass –3:30 P.M.
Bi – Lingual 5:15 P.OM
RECONCILIATION
Saturday, 4pm or by appointment
ST.VINCENT DE PAUL
Community Assistance - 465-1644
JACKIE BRACE
Director of Religious Education-ext. 13
[email protected]
ELIZABETH HUDACKO
Youth Minister - Ext. 4
[email protected]
GLORIA CAZALLIS
Secretary Religious Ed- Ext.114
[email protected] &
[email protected]
PEGGY WILLIAMS
Parish Secretary - Ext. 5
[email protected]
MARIANNE MELTON
Bookkeeper - Ext. 7
[email protected]
OLGA MOULY
Parish Bi-Lingual Assistant
772-7400 Ext 6
[email protected]
JUAN MARMOLEJO
Facilities Manager – Ext. 8
[email protected]
Mission Statement
Our Lady of the Hills Roman Catholic Church is inspired by the Holy Spirit and formed by
the Gospel, under the patronage of Mary, the Mother of Jesus. Our mission is to preach and
teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As one family under God, the Father, we welcome all who
come to us and are particularly mindful of those in need.
Welcome ~ We welcome all newcomers to our parish family and request that you see an Usher
after mass for a registration packet or call the Parish Office. Please stop by the Hospitality
Table after Mass if you have any questions concerning the Parish.
Sacramental Information
Baptism - You must call the parish office to register for a Baptism Class. This must be done one
month prior to the scheduled class. Call the Parish Office for more information.
Marriage - You must contact the Parish Office at least six months prior to wedding.
Anointing of the Sick
If you find yourself or a loved one as a patient in a hospital and are in need of the Sacrament of the
Anointing of the Sick, please call the office during business hours as soon as possible. Please do not wait
until your loved one is in critical condition. There can be unavoidable delays in a priest getting to the
hospital immediately. Also, if you plan on entering the hospital for a particular procedure, you may
receive the Sacrament of the Anointing, prior to admission, by making contact with the parish office.
Catholic Inquiry
No previous experience necessary. Contact Debbie Heizer, Inquiry Coordinator or Deacon Steve
Burdick at the Parish Office at 772-7400. Discover the Catholic Church!
Change of Status
If you have a change in your family information (i.e. new address, new phone # or leaving the
parish) please notify the Parish Office.
Attention Young Adults!! Interested in finding out what is available in our Diocese-go to
these web sites http://sccatholic.org/young-adultministry
http://catholicyoungadultsofsc.com
The Vocations Office - would like to announce its presence on Twitter (@FatherKirby) and on
Facebook (Charleston Vocations). The office invites everyone to “follow” and “like” us on these
social media.
Since each of us is given unique gifts to serve, finding an opportunity to
apply our gifts, heart, abilities, and experiences in the church is important.
MINISTRY CORNER - we remain in need of: Cantors-please contact Mickey
[email protected], Ushers-please contact Dennis Sheahan at
[email protected] or 261-3282, Ministers of the Eucharist-please contact Maria Bernhagen [email protected], Adult Altar Servers-please contact Maria Bernhagen, Altar
Servers – please contact Gloria Cazallis @ [email protected] - Choir – Saturday @ 5:30 please
contact Debbie Bernhagen @ 750-7146 [email protected] / for the 10am Choir please contact Erin
Burdick @ (803) 237-2833, Nursery Workers – Contact Pam Baxley @ 732-8985, Altar Committee
Members – Contact Pat Reiland 781-3371, Lectors – Contact Randi Olafson @ 803-732-4884 or
[email protected]
Dear Parishioners,
Last week we celebrated the memorial of St. John Neumann, CSsR, the first male American saint and bishop to be canonized.
He was also the first Redemptorist to take his vows in the United States. He was born in the Czech Republic in 1811 and
studied to be a diocesan priest. After completing his seminary formation in 1835 he was not ordained because his bishop
already had too many priests. (Would that bishops had that problem today!) He traveled to the mission lands of the United
States and was ordained a priest for New York in 1836. He spent the next years as a parish priest in Buffalo, NY. Feeling a
call to community life and prayer, he joined the Redemptorists and took his vows in January 1842. He worked with German
immigrants and served as superior of the American Mission. He was appointed the 4th Bishop of Philadelphia and ordained
bishop in 1852. This immigrant bishop had many struggles but continued to do the ordinary things in an extraordinary way.
For eight years he worked tirelessly for his flock until his death on January 5th, 1860. He was buried in the Redemptorist
church of St. Peter the Apostle in Philadelphia which is now the National Shrine of St. John Neumann.
Next week we will celebrate the memorial of another Redemptorist, Blessed Peter Donders, CSsR. Blessed Peter was born in
Tilburg, Holland, on October 27, 1809, and as a boy he felt called to the priesthood. His family was poor, and his schooling
was cut short so that he could learn weaving, which was his father’s trade. At the age of 22, he entered St. Michael-Gestel
Seminary. Ordained a priest on June 5, 1841, Father Donders set out for Paramaribo, Surinam, a Dutch colony.
For 14 years he ministered to the city’s 2,000 Catholics, and regularly visited the plantation slaves, the military garrisons, and
the indigenous people who lived along the rivers. In 1856, he volunteered to minister to people with leprosy at Batavia,
where he remained for the next 28 years. In 1866, he joined the Redemptorists, professing his vows on June 24, 1867. These
vows gave him a more vivid sense of the apostolic missionary community, and he left Batavia more often to minister to other
pastoral needs.
Peter Donders died among his lepers on January 14, 1887. He was mourned as their benefactor and invoked as a saint. Pope
John Paul II beatified him on May 23, 1982. Blessed Peter Donders is buried in Batavia, Surinam.
Both of these Redemptorists show us what it means to live out our baptismal calling. Not everyone is called to the
consecrated life or to ordination, but all of us are called to be missionaries. Through baptism we have been given of the Holy
Spirit to guide us and give us the grace so that we too might be instruments of God’s mercy and renewal in our world today.
Queridos Feligreses,
La semana pasada hemos celebrado la memoria de San Juan Neumann, CSsR, el primer hombre santo americano y el primer
obispo americano en ser canonizado. También, fue el primer redentorista que profesó sus votos en los Estados Unidos. Nació
en la república Checa en 1811 y estudió para ser sacerdote diocesano. Cuando completo su formación en el seminario en
1835 no fue ordenado porque su obispo ya tenía suficientes sacerdotes en su diócesis. (¡Ojala que los obispos tuvieran este
problema hoy en dia!) Él viajó a tierras misioneras en los Estados Unidos y fue ordenado sacerdote en Nueva York en 1836.
Pasó los siguientes cuatro años como párroco en Búfalo, NY. San Juan experimentó un deseo por la vida religiosa y entró en
la comunidad de los redentoristas, profesando sus votos en 1842. Trabajó con los inmigrantes alemanes y fue el superior de la
misión americana de los redentoristas. Fue nombrado y ordenado el cuarto obispo de Philadelphia en 1852. Este obispo
inmigrante tenía muchas luchas pero continuaba haciendo las cosas ordinarias en una manera extraordinaria. Por ocho años
trabajaba sin descanso para su pueblo hasta su muerte el 5 de enero de 1860. Fue enterrado en la iglesia redentorista de San
Pedro apóstol en Philadelphia, que es ahora el santuario nacional de San Juan Neumann.
Esta semana celebraremos la fiesta de otro Redentorista, Beato Pedro Donders, CSsR. El Beato Pedro nació el 27 de octubre
de 1809 en Tilburg, Holanda. Cuando era niño, experimentó el deseo de ser sacerdote. Su familia era pobre y él tuvo que
interrumpir su educación para aprender a tejer y ayudar con este oficio a su padre. Cuando tenía 22 años, entró al Seminario
San Miguel-Gestel y fue ordenado el 5 de junio de 1841. Después, fue a Paramaribo, Surinam, una colonia holandesa.
Durante 14 años cuidó de 2 mil católicos en Paramaribo y visitaba regularmente a los esclavos de las plantaciones, las bases
militares, y el pueblo indígena que vivía cerca de los ríos. En 1856 ofreció ayuda a los que tenían la lepra en Batavia en
donde permaneció por los próximos 28 años. En 1866 se unió a los redentoristas, y el 24 de junio de 1867 profeso sus votos.
Estos votos le dieron un sentido más vivo de la comunidad misionera apostólica y entonces dejó Batavia más a menudo, para
ministrar otras necesidades pastorales. El 14 de enero de 1887, falleció entre sus leprosos y fue sepultado en Batavia,
Surinam. Fue llorado por sus benefactores e invocado como Santo. El 23 de enero de 1982 el Papa Juan Pablo II lo beatifico.
Ambos redentoristas nos muestran el significado de vivir nuestra vocación bautismal. No todos están llamados a la vida
consagrada o a la ordenación, pero todos nosotros estamos llamados a ser misioneros. Por medio del bautizo el Espíritu Santo
nos guía y nos da la gracia para ser también instrumentos de la misericordia de Dios y la renovación en nuestro mundo hoy.
COMMUNITY BUILDING
ATTENTION PARENTS – ALL CHILDREN MUST BE
ACCOMPANIED BY A RESPONSIBLE ADULT ON
THE CHURCH GROUNDS.
ATENCIÓN PADRES SUPERVISION NIÑOS - LOS
NIÑOS DEBEN ESTAR ACOMPAÑADOS POR UN
ADULTO RESPONSABLE.
OLH MARDI GRAS
CELEBRATION
Saturday, January 30th
In the Family Life Center
following the 5:30 Mass
All are invited for Food, Fellowship & Fun!
If you are interested in helping, please contact
Steve Coleman 269-8874 or Shirley Lubitz 7988446.
Virtus Workshop- if you need to attend a Virtus
Workshop-please go to our website
(ourladyofthehillssc.org) and click on Virtus
Registrationand follow the prompts to register. The
Workshop will be held on Saturday, January 23,
2016 in the Atrium at 2:30pm Please register by
January 21st.
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OLH MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION
CELEBRACION DE CARNAVAL
Sábado 30 de enero
Center/ Edificio Parroquial
después de la misa de 5:3
Todos están invitados para un momento de
diversión, comida y compañerismo!
Si usted está interesado en ayudar, favor
contactar Steve Coleman 269-8874 or Shirley
Lubitz 798-8446.
Our next meeting will be on Tuesday,
January 12th,2016 at 10:00 AM
in the Church Nursery. Please
contact Ashley Bender @ 4472555 with any questions.
Coffee & Doughnuts Schedule:
JANUARY 10TH BLOOD DRIVE & PANCAKE
BREAKFAST
JANUARY 17TH – WELCOME COMMITTEE
Anyone interested in hosting please contact the
Parish Office or Joe Kennedy @ 803-414-1076.
Target Gift Cards- many thanks for the many
Target Gift cards from the Giving Tree-we were
able to purchase all the hygiene products for the
ladies who attend Catholic Service in Goodman
Correctional Institution-Sr Christina
Hospitality Table- the Hospitality Table is
back with updated 2016 information
Sunday Evening - Grades 5th – 12 begin at
6:30 PM & end at 8:00 PM.
Wednesday evening - Grades K/5 – 5th begin
at 6:15 PM & end at 7:30 PM.
No new registrations will be accepted on
Wednesday or Sunday evenings.
If you have any questions for grades K5 - 8th please call
Jackie Brace, 772-7400 or e-mail [email protected]
Grades 9 – 12, contact Elizabeth Hudacko, 772-7400.
Our Lady of the Hills is committed to the protection of
children. Here are important numbers: Diocesan Victim
Assistance Minister ~ 800-921-8122 / Diocesan Office of
Child Protection Services ~ 843- 853-2130 ext. 206.
SUNDAY CLASSES WILL RESUME ON SUNDAY,
JANUARY 10TH.
WEDNESDAY CLASSES REUSME
JANUARY 13TH, 2016
LAS CLASES DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA SE
REANUDAN EL DOMINGO 10 DE ENERO Y EL
MIÉRCOLES 13 DE ENERO DEL 2016
Junior High & High School Youth!
Jan 22 "Let Your Light Shine" (Glow In The Dark night) Junior
High and High School Youth!! Grades 6-12. Join us in the
parish life center for pizza, video games. 9-Square-In-The-Air,
dodge ball and more. All in the dark!! Cost $5.
*Last year we had to cancel this event due to lack of adults to
help Adults are needed :)
Feb 5-7 Confirmation Retreat
All youth in Confirmation class are required to attend.
Feb 19 Possible Ski Trip????High School Youth
March 11-13 Diocesan Youth Conference!! All high school
youth are invited to attend this favorite event. More
information to follow!!
April 1-3 Search Retreat
Sophomores-Juniors & Seniors are invited to join us for a
weekend of faith and friendship. More Info to follow.
April 15-17 Jr. High Young Ladies Retreat
Girls in grades 6th-8th are invited to join us for
a very special retreat! More Info to follow.
Attention Parents of Youth In Confirmation Formation
We have received our date for Confirmation.
Confirmation will be April 11,2016 at 7:00pm
More information will follow as we draw closer to the
date.
Jóvenes de Middle School y High School!
Enero 22 "Deja tu luz brillar” (Resplandor en la noche)
Jóvenes de secundaria y preparatoria!! Grados 6-12
Únete a nosotros en el edificio parroquial, Habrá pizza, video
juegos, dodge ball y más. Todo en la obscuridad!
El costo será de $5
*El año pasado se tuvo que cancelar este evento debido a la
falta de ayuda de adultos. Necesitamos adultos! :)
Febrero 5 al 7 Retiro para jóvenes de clase de Confirmación
Todos los jóvenes de la clase de confirmación son requeridos
Febrero 19 Posible viaje a esquiar?
Jóvenes de preparatoria
Marzo 11-13 Conferencia para jóvenes en nuestra Diócesis!!
Todos los estudiantes de preparatoria están invitados a asistir
a este evento favorito.
Mayor información se dará más adelante!!
Abril 1-3 Retiro Búsqueda
Estudiantes de preparatoria (grados 10 – 12) están invitados a
unirse a este fin de semana de fe y Amistad. Mayor
información se dará más adelante!!
Abril 15-17 Retiro para jovencitas de secundaria
Las jovencitas de grados 6-8 están invitadas a unirse a este
especial retiro. Mayor información se dará más adelante!!
Atención padres de jóvenes de la clase
de confirmación:
Hemos recibido la fecha para la confirmación, la cual
sera el 11 de abril de 2016 a las 7 pm,
Saints Class - meets each Thursday in the Family Life
Center Library from 2:00PM - 3:30PM. Classes are solely for
mature Catholic adults who wish to learn more about Catholic
Saints, their lives and struggles. We discuss how to apply lessons
from their lives to our own and many related issues. No book is
required. Questions? Contact Rachel Godwin. Email:
[email protected] Telephone: 803 750-9777 - please leave
a message if there is no immediate answer.
Wednesday Scripture Study at 2:00PM
in the Family Life Center Library – Questions? Please feel
free to contact me, Deacon Chuck, at 794-3388 or e-mail me
at [email protected]
Damos la bienvenida a todos los recién llegados a nuestra
familia Parroquial. Si desea registrarse y recibir
inscripción, po favor llamar a la oficina Parroquial ó
preguntarle a un acomodador antes o después de misa.
Las personas que deseen tener a la
Virgen Peregrina en su hogar, contactar
A Mariela Almaraz (803) 528-5952.
Grupo Jóvenes Adultos (Español) e 18 años
en adelante -Se reúnen los Sábado de 4:00PM a 7:00 PM Para más
información contactar a: Ivan Flores 803-446-5622.
RECONCILIACION/CONFESIONES
Ingles: Sábado de 4-5PM o con cita
Español: Domingo a las 245PM o con cita,
Jueves a las 7:30PM (sujeto a disponibilidad), por favor
revise el calendario publicado en la puerta de la reconciliación
BAUTIZOS – Fechas Bautizos: Enro 24, Febrero 21, Marzo 27,
Abril 17
Contactar a la oficina Parroquial para inscribirse en una clase
de bautismo dos semanas de la clase programada, las clases
son en el OLOH Salon Ministerio juvenil de 6:30 PM a 9 PM:
Febrero 5, Marzo 4, Abril 1. llamar a la oficina para mayor
información Olga Mouly 772-7400 x 3 RELIGIOUS ED NEWS:
PRIMERA COMUNION
Para información contactar a Jackie Brace
Ph: 803.772.7400 - Ext. 113
e-mail: [email protected]
CONFIRMACION
Para información contactar a Elizabeth Hudacko
Ph: 803.772.7400 - Ext. 4
e-mail: [email protected]
MATRIMONIOS
Debe comunicarse a la oficina Parroquial al menos (6) seis
meses antes de la bodae inscribirse a las clases prematrimoniales. Las clases son: Salon Ministero juvenil - 6:30
PM a 9:00 PM – Enero 22, Febrero 26, Marzo 18, Abril 22.
Para mayor información comunicarse con Jose David Morales
(803)760-3320.
GRUPO RICA
Todos los adultos que deseen y estén interesados en recibir
los sacramentos de bautizo, comunión y confirmación,
contactar a Ligia Rios al 803.318.4063 ó Elvira Pérez al
803.479.9432.
UNCION DE LOS ENFERMOS
Si usted tiene un ser querido que se encuentra como paciente
en un hospital y está en necesidad del sacramento de la
Unción de lo s Enfermos, por favor llame a la oficina de la
Parroquia lo antes posible. Además, si usted tiene que estar
en el hospital para un procedimiento particular, puede recibir el
Sacramento de la Unción antes de su hospitalización.
Vicaria
Centro
Columbi
a
Escuela
St. John
Neumann
Cafetería
Coordinador
Escuela
Lunes: Jan.18 #2
Milena Nazario
Feb .1 #3 / Feb 15 #4 803-997-1024
7:00 pm -9:00 pm.
Dirección 6. Vida En Cristo II
721 Polo
Rd.
Columbia,
SC 29223
Únete a la Escuela de la Fe: para todas las personas hispanas
mayores de 18 años que quieran fortalecer su fe cristiano-católica,
los cursos son impartidos por instructores con conocimiento
teológico. Más información: Ana Hidalgo 803-750-0065, supervisora
diocesana de formación en la fe para hispanos. Visite la página web:
www.sccatholic.org –Ministerio hispano – Escuela de la Fe.
NOTICIAS DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA:
Kinder y 1º Grado están en el primer nivel. Todos los otros grados estarán
en el 2º nivel del Edificio Parroquial
Un adulto debe de caminar con el estudiante al salon correspondiente y
también debe de ser un adulto quien lo recupere del salon. No se permitirá
que los alumnos salgan de su clase al terminar si un adulto no va por ellos.
Por favor, dejar a los estudiantes en el Atrio del Edificio Parroquia. Grados 4
a grado 8 deberan ser recuperaclas en la línea de transporte colectivo por
las puertas del Edificio Parroquial . Estudiantes de confirmación y el grupo
de jóvenes han de ser recuperados en la planta baja.
Recordatorio: La mejor manera de enseñar a su hijo la paciencia y la
comprensión es que usted lo practique y sea un modelo de comportamiento.
Si tiene que esperar 10 minutos en la línea de autos, usted puede ponerse a
orar y sobre todo tener consideración, cortesía y paciencia, al usted
comportarse de esta manera le estará dando un gran ejemplo a sus hijos.
No se aceptarán inscripciones los miércoles o domingos por la noche,
cuando se esten impartiendo las clases.
Si usted tiene alguna pregunta por favor llame a Jackie al 803-772-7400
ext 113 o por e-mail [email protected]
OUTREACH
Christ Central ~ Thanks for your continued support with
much needed clothing and other supplies for the homeless in
our community. Donations of new or used clothing in clean
condition may be placed in the white chest located in the Church
Narthex. Tax donation receipts are also available in the chest.
FOOD FOR THE POOR – There is a new
donation container located in the Narthex for nonperishable food donations. These donations will be
distributed to the less fortunate in the Columbia
area. We would appreciate your support.
PRAYER & WORSHIP
Pray For Peace If you have a family member or friend
serving in the military, please see the bulletin board in the
Narthex and provide a picture so we can keep them in our
prayers. Details are on the board. Everyone, please pray daily
for our service men and women and their families.
WANT MORE JOY?
Come discover Joy in the Spirit! Join us Tuesday evenings in
the church from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. We sing, pray, listen, learn,
and enjoy drawing closer to Christ through unleashing the gifts
of the Holy Spirit received in Baptism and Confirmation. Come
as you are, and see what God has in store for you! If you have
questions or need more information, please contact John Killilea
at (803)201-7900 or [email protected] Come find Joy!
SPECIAL INTERESTS
GIVE YOUR SPOUSE A SPECIAL GIFT
ON VALENTINE’S DAY: Sign up now for
the next Worldwide Marriage Encounter
weekend and give the gift of a great
marriage. The Next weekends are Feb. 2628th in Myrtle Beach SC and Feb. 5-7th in Asheville, NC
(waiting list). Please apply early. For more
information, go to scmarriagematters.org or call
803-810-9602.
Marriage Encounter Seeks Nomination for Longest
Married Couple in SC
Nominations for the longest married couple in each
state are still being taken until January 10th. All
states have received at least one nomination except
South Carolina. Nominated couples do not need to
be married forever or encountered, just in a long
lasting relationship. Do you know of a couple
married over 50 years that you could honor through
a nomination? For more information or to enter
nominations please visit
http://www.wwme.org/LMC2016_Nominations
Thank you for all you do!
Annual Marriage Anniversary Celebration Mass
The Diocese of Charleston Office of Family Life is sponsoring
the Annual Marriage Anniversary Celebration Mass on
February 21, 2016, at St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic
Church in Aiken, SC at 3:00 p.m. with Most Reverend Robert
Guglielmone as the main celebrant. The Marriage Anniversary
Celebration is an opportunity to honor all married couples
especially those in long-term marriages. To register, please fill
out the form on our website at www.sccatholic.org/family-life
or email [email protected] or call 803.547.5063.
Greece: In the Footsteps of Paul the Apostle-11
day trip featuring a 3-night Greek Islands and Turkey cruise
October 19 – 29, 2016 with Fr. Tim Lijewski
and Collette Vacations leaving from St.
Paul, Mn. There will be a special
presentation on Wednesday, February 3,
2016 at 6pm at St. James Catholic Church,
Conway, SC. For more information, contact
Paula Loehr at 843-457-4012 or email her at
[email protected] Inside cabin, double rate:
$4,299.
RETROUVAILLE
(“RE-TRO-VI”)
A LIFE LINE FOR MARRIED COUPLES
Is your marriage struggling? Has your relationship grown cold
and distant? Do you experience disappointment, pain,
conflict, or despair? Do you feel lost and alone? Don’t drown
in an unloving and uncaring marriage.Get help! Reach for the
Retrouvaille lifeline. Our next Retrouvaille Weekend will be
January 15-17, 2016 in Augusta, Ga. Please call (706) 8698434 or visit http://www.helpourmarriage.com.
Please join the Shepherd’s Center of St.
Andrews “family” for the Winter Session that
begins on Tuesday, January 12 and ends on March
8. You will enjoy three 45-minute class sessions on Tuesdays
covering a wide variety of academic as well as general interest
topics. You can register by mail or come early to the Center and
register the day classes begin. The fee is $35.00 for the entire
Winter Session. If you would like to order lunch, you must
prepay $7.00 (a week in advance) so that the meal can be
ordered. You may also bring your lunch and participate in the
lunch activities.
THIS WEEK AT OLH
Monday, Jan. 11th
6:30PM – K of C Business Mtg – FLC Hall
7:00PM – K of C Ladies Aux – FLC Ministry Room
Tuesday, Jan. 12th
10:00AM – Playgroup – Church Nursery
7:00PM – Joy in the Spirit – Church
Wednesday, Jan. 13th
6:15PM – K5 – 5th Grade Religious Ed – FLC Classrooms
6:15PM – 1ST Reconciliation Prac. – Church
6:15PM – Sp. RICA – FLC Hall
6:30PM - Little Rock Scripture Study – FLC Ministry Room
7:00PM – Legion of Mary – FLC Library
7:00PM – Joyful Noise – FLC Music Room
Thursday, Jan. 14th
Adoration begins at 12:45PM – Church
2:00PM – Saints Class
5:00PM – Vespers – Church
7:00PM – Sunday Choir – Music Room
Friday, Jan., 15th
9:30AM – Homeschool – FLC Classrooms
Saturday, Jan., 16th
9:00AM – Cursillo – FLC Classroom
4:00PM – Sp. Young Adults – FLC Classroom
Sunday, Jan., 17th
9:00AM – Scripture Study – FLC Hall
10:00AM – RCIA – FLC Ministry Room
12Noon – K of C Basketball – FLC Gym
1:30PM – Spanish Choir
NO CLASSES
STEWARDSHIP
We appreciate everyone who can increase
their giving levels.
Giving is joyful and makes your soul smile.
PARISH SUPPORT
LAST WEEK
YEAR TO DATE
Budget Amount Needed
$21,277.00
$545,629.00
Amt. Received 1/03
$21,281.00
$563,655.00
Variance
$
4.00
$ 18.026.00
Total number of registered households….……….......1592
Children’s Stewardship……......................................$2.00
Sister Care…………………………..$200.00
One of the simplest ways to make a future gift to
Our Lady of the Hills is through your will. Please call the Parish Office for
details on how to make arrangements.
Dear Parishioners of OLOH,
With the idea of making it easier and more convenient to
contribute to our Church the parish Finance Council has
arranged to set up E-giving for those who may be interested.
You may access the form from our website by clicking on Egiving on the homepage. If you have questions please contact
Marianne at 772-7400 or [email protected] Thank you.
Please remember in prayer – Kathy Lopiccolo
Ammermann,Francisco Aragon, Manuel Ard, Edward
Arvalo, Joe Audet, David Barranco, Hogo Bass,
Monique Beddengfield, Fred Berby, John Berg II, Noah
Berg, Barbara Berch, Johnny Boone, Germaine Bost, Susan Bowers,
Molly Bowersock, Jerry Broughton, Sharon Brown, Debra
Bytnar,Linda Cadena, Ann Campbell, Ellen Campbell, Charlotte
Cardenas, Logan Cardosi, Bill Coracy, Judy Case, Laura Church,
Jimmy Clark, Kathryn Clark, Bruce Cole, Jim Connelly, Tom Connelly,
Shannon Connolly, Sonja Corley, Pat Coval, Amy Cox, Cameron
Dadger, Diane Del Tova, Tara Dempsey-Robinson, Deacon Chuck,
Dusty Cryer, Susan Dietrich, Heather Dorn, Kathryn Doucett, Avilis
Dowd, Rita Dowd, Brenda Downs, John Duffy, Larry Echerer, Daphne
Ellis, Darl Evans, Dan Everhart, Nancy Esposito, Camille Farrell,
Maureen Floyd, Bernadine Fontaine, Brendan Fontaine, Jerry Fortin,
Sandra Gaines, Sheila Gallagher, Michael Gibson, Betsy Gilkeson,
Barbara Glenn, Rachel Godwin, Dave Goodwin, Ben Greer, Jay Griffin,
Harlen Grillot, Madeline Gross, Tita Guzman, Doug Haley, Scottie
Hallbick, Tim Hancock, Park Haney, Vida Herald, William Heath,
Loretta Hebert, Harold Hoffman Jr., Ann Holland, Justin Hooks, Margie
& Jim Horosko, Rose Marie Howells, Daniel Hudacko, Robert Imker,
Dorothy Irwin, Larry Janczak, John Wily Jeffcoat, Lorenzo Johnson,
Kimberly Johnston, Raymond June, Lynn Keller, Rick Kelly, Hal
Kennedy, Eileen Kircher, Cal Kitay, Leah Klevgard, Shawn Knox,
Edward Kriner, Richard Ksenzakovic, Frank LaCastro, Daniel Lane, Jr.,
Antonio Lazaro, Kristin Lesesne, Chris Libert, Floyd Lipe, Jay
Lopiccolo, Jacqueline Lucas, George Lusk, Barbara MacCallum,
Gretchen Mader, Raymond J. Malejko, Kenneth Maloney, Louis
Martin, Maggie Mackaben, Mildred McCormack, David McDonald,
Melissa Martin, Eunice Matthews, Sandy McCloud, Irene McCollam,
Marge McCollam, Carol McDonald, Carol McEvoy, Kathy McNeal,
Jack McRedmond, Carol Meitus, Buddy Meyers, Tom Mitchell, Joan
Miller, Linda Miller, Andrea Miranda, Victor Montoya, Donald
Montjoy, David Morris, Pierre Mouly, Kim Munch, Gary Murphy,
Marlene Murphy, Loretta Narewski, Sherri Nilsson, Jane Obie, John
O’Brien, Patricia O’Hara, Richard Olsen, Becky Opachan, Margaret
O’Shea, Cindy Paquette, Kevin Paschal, Joan Patrick, Bessie Pellitier,
Phyllis Peterson, Eileen Petransky, Charles Petrino, Cathy Pharo, Marie
Pitt, Rocky Pocock, Anthony Portigiana, John Post, Michael Privette,
Doris Prosser, Sally & Placido Prujillo, Pat & Lynn Reiland, Jerry
Reuss, Patty Richards, Tara Dempsey Robinson, Dawn Robison,
Norbert Rohling, Ernest Rouse, Jr., Stella Ruiz, George Sandland,
Donald Scagliola, Charles Schaffer, Greg Schoning, Cindy Shuford,
Aaron Shuford, Lauren Shunkwiler, Macy Rose Shunkwiler, Brigette
Schutzman, Rosemary Scopel, Harry Seigel, Dan Sease, Daniel Seay,
Alan Shealy, Steve Shepard, Courtney Sigleton, Connie Slezak, Max
Snyder, Cooper Andrew Soltes, Sam Spade, Sue Spinuzza, Nicholas
Sprenkel, Jennifer Brucker St. Jean, Jennifer Strudwick, Donald Stuart,
Faye Taylor, Molly Taylor, Dean Summers, Rita Thiel, Diane
Thornton, Lynn Connor-Toppings, Virgil Treece, John Tyburski,
Joseph Tyler, Eva Tyson, Lemar Underdown, Tova Urborg, Bob Valwa,
Victoria Vinzami, Joyce Vitiello, John Watts, Ann Watts, Donna Weiss,
Bill Wells, Juanita Wharten, Nancy Waller, Paul Williams, Cory
Williamson, Amanda Wilson, Chris Wilson, Kenneth Witcraft, Paul
Womak, Trudy Woodcock, Mason Wright, Pat Yerema.
Greetings to Our Lady of the Hills Senior Citizens:
You are cordially invited to our next Senior Citizen Luncheon on
Wednesday, January 20th, 1:00 PM in the Parish Life Center Social Hall.
Please call Carol McCarthy, 356-5122 (h), 917-4810 (c) or Mary Jo
Ferriter, 781-3180 (h), 622-7270 (c) and leave your name, phone number
and how many are attending. Please make your reservations before or by
Sunday, January 17th . If you are calling for several people, leave their names
also on the message.
1. You have to be 65 years old or older,
2. You have to be a registered member of Our Lady of the Hills Parish.
3. You need to call either Carol or Mary Jo (see above for phone numbers)
to make a reservation.
4. If your name is NOT on the reservation list, we will be unable to serve
you.
It is imperative that we have an accurate count of reservations so that our
cooks know how many meals to prepare.
Our menu will be Pork loin, roasted white and sweet potatoes, cranberry
Waldorf salad, chocolate toffee cake, iced tea and coffee.
Our next Senior Luncheon will be Wednesday, April 20, 2016.
MASS INTENTIONS & SCRIPTURE READINGS/ LECTURAS Y EVANGELIO DEL DIA
Date
Sat., Jan. 9
Scripture Reading
Time
Intention
1 Jn 5:14-21 Jn 3:22-30
Is 40:1-5,9-11 Ti 2:11-14, 3:4-7 Lk 3:15-16,21-22 5:30PM
Francis Carullo +
Sun., Jan 10
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8:00AM
Elizabeth Dierickx +
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10:00AM
Josee Lecordier +
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12Noon
Sp. Intentions of Mickey Mahon
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3:30PM
For the Parish
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5:15PM
Victoria Wales +
Mon. Jan., 11 1 Sm 1:1-8 Mk 1:14-20
NO MASS
Tues. Jan., 12 1 Sm 1:9-20 Mk 1:21-28
NO MASS
Wed., Jan., 13 1 Sm 3:1-10,19-20 Mk 1:29-39
NO MASS
Thurs., Jan., 14 1 Sm 4:1-11 Mk 1:40-45
NO MASS – ADORATION WILL BEGIN AT 12:30PM
Fri.. Jan. 15
1 Sm 8:4-7,10-22a Mk 2:1-12
12:15PM
Celebration of Life
Sat., Jan. 16
1 Sm 9:1-4, 17-19, 10:1a Mk 2:13-17
Is 62:1-5 1 Cor 12:4-11 Jn 2:1-11
5:30PM
Kurt & Julie Thiel +
Sun., Jan. 17 “
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8:00AM
Anthony B. Sadowski +
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10:00AM
Int. of Mike Klouse
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12Noon
Nicholas & Irene Leone +
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3:30PM
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5:15PM
For the Parish
Requested by
Mary Moran
Marie Taylor
Bernhagens
Ron & Rachel Godwin
Angie Pecke
Pat & Lynn Reiland
Family
Al Sadowski
Gloria
Ron & Rachel Godwin
SERVING IN MINISTRY Jan. 16th & 17th
Jan. 16
Sat.
5:30pm
Jan. 10
8am
10am
Fr. John
Joyful
Noise
Matt & Laura
Church
Nathan Bragg, Calvin Bragg, Eric
Mistoler
Deacon Burdick, Rocky Pizzarello, Bella Valona, Karen Kays,
Connie Mancari, Maria Bernhagen, Nydia Burdick
Fr. Peter
Organ
Lang Hunt
Fr. John
Choir
Alex Salmon
12N
Fr. John
Organ
3:30PM
Fr. Peter
Sp. Choir
5:15PM
Fr. Peter
Youth
Choir
Ron & Rachel
Godwin
Andrea Alvarado,
Ramon Ambriz,
Romualdo Haro
Guadalupe Medina
Anna Murray, Brennan Flanagan,
Andrew Flanagan
Peter Allen, Betsy Allen, Sara
Barrientos
Ryan Lubaczewski, Bella Robinson,
Manessa Molinaro
Sandra Gonzalez, Bernando Haro,
Caroline Muñiz
Deacon Burdick, Ruth Coffas, Kathleen Doran, Dennis
Roberts, Rusty Dragoon
Deacon Jones, Susan Naglic, Liz Berg, Don Moore, Carolyn
Whalen, Arnold Farias, Don Gagnon
Deacon Jones, Linda Byars, Ginny Lopiccolo, Randi Olsen,
Adrian Thoman, Dave Brangan, David Angel
Felipe Mar, Ivonne Garcia, Mateo Aranda, Ondina Miranda,
Margarita Martinez, Yolanda Reyes, Brenda Gonzalez, Luis
Rodriguez, Carlos Rincon
E.J. & Michelle Murphy, Denise Guzman, Ramiro Muñiz, Oscar
Rivera
Melanie Dominguez, Ian Hall, Nina
Frattaroli
To our - Our Lady of the Hills parish family,
Last October brought hardship to many Columbians, our family included. We lost just about everything
including our home, but what we found far outweighed the devastation.
We found generosity, compassion and love from our parish. The youth group and adult parishioners were
wonderful. They helped remove the contents of the house. Father Peter and Father John were there working
right alongside of everyone.
The different organizations were very generous and without their help we could not have gotten by.
We wish to thank you all, for you are truly living the words of Christ with charity and love. To know your
parish is there when you need them, is such a comfort through the hard times. We feel blessed to belong to such
a loving parish.
God Bless you all,
The Gaynor Family

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