September 28, 2014 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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September 28, 2014 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
394 Tenney Avenue • Campbell, Ohio 44405 • (330)755-4141 • (330)755-1367 (fax) • (330)755-3633 (Español)
A Parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown
The Mission of Christ, the Good Shepherd Parish is to celebrate the Sacraments,
share our heritage and traditions, and support one another in living and sharing our faith in
this community and throughout the world.
September 28, 2014
26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
NECESSARY REPETITION
Spiritual teachers tend to repeat themselves, and to
repeat other teachers. Maybe there really aren’t that
many different truths to tell. Just a lot of slow, sleepy
human beings—like us—who need to hear the basics
over and over. Consider today’s readings.
People complain that God isn’t “fair,” and Ezekiel
answers that God is more than fair. People choose their
own fates, and people can change. Even evildoers can
turn, do right, and live. “Actions speak louder than
words.” A fresh new insight? Hardly.
Paul tells the Philippians he would truly be
encouraged if those who claimed to be believers would,
in fact, look to others’ interests and not their own. “The
proof of the pudding is in the eating.” A novel idea? I
don’t think so.
In Jesus’ story of the farmer and his sons, everyone
knows the one who said he wouldn’t work—but did—is
way ahead of the one who said he would work, but
didn’t.
“Talk is cheap.” Heard that before?
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394 Tenney Ave. Palermo Hall: (330)755-4545
or (330)755-2245
All parish offices are located at
394 Tenney Ave., Campbell, OH 44405
330-755-4141 or 330-755-3633
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm
Email:
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Website:
www.CampbellCatholic.com
MASS SCHEDULE: (check inside for details)
at St. Joseph the Provider, July 1 - September 30
at St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa de Lima, Oct. 1 - December 31
at St. John the Baptist, January 1 - March 31 (2015)
Rotation every 3 months
Saturday (Vigil for Sunday): 4:00pm
[with Confessions at 3:00pm]
Sunday: 8:30am - 10:15am -12:00 Noon (Spanish)
Weekdays [Tuesday - Friday] at 8:30am:
Holy Days: (See inside)
2• CHRIST, THE GOOD SHEPHERD PARISH, CAMPBELL, OHIO
As we enjoy the Spaghetti this weekend, there a couple
of things to mark on our calendars.
This Wednesday evening is an Evangelization
Committee meeting. Right now, there are only a couple
of people officially on the Committee. I think some
people are staying away because they assume what the
committee is about. I assure you that I have some ideas
about what it is, but I need you there to hear about them.
We will meet at 6:30pm at St. Lucy, because on
Wednesday we make the switch there for Masses.
Also, we will celebrate with Fr. Tobin on Saturday,
October 11. He is celebrating 50 years of Ordination (in
December), and he will celebrate Mass for us at the 4pm
Mass on the 11th. Of course, a reception will follow the
Mass. I hope you can come!
And, then, on Sunday, October 19th there is “Fall Fest”
at Roosevelt Park. The Campbell Pride Project people
asked if we would set up a food booth for the event. So,
come and support the parish and the City from 12-7pm.
The food will be wonderful!
These are the last days to complete the Diocesan Survey.
Come to the office if you need any help.
Now, for the past couple of weeks, I have been offering
some explanations about the Rite of Communion. This
week, I want to make a comment about the response
when receiving Communion. When we approach the
Altar to receive Communion the minister says: “The
Body of Christ,” or “The Blood of Christ.” And, the
response to this proclamation is: “Amen.” There are a
number of other responses that I hear. For example: “I
believe.” “Thank you.” Or, a simple nod and no words
at all. In the end, “Amen” is a Hebrew word that has
been continuously used in our Catholic tradition, like
“Alleluia!” Instead of translating it, we use “Amen”
because it can be used universally no matter what
language Mass is celebrated in. Because it takes us
immediately to our Jewish roots and that religious
context in which Jesus celebrated the First Eucharist.
Because it is a word that has many meanings: “I
believe.” “May it be so.” “It is.” And, no translation can
capture all of its meanings. And, of course, silence or
“Thank you” do not capture any of its meanings. We
have such a profound and rich word in “Amen.” Let it
be a clear expression of our faith in Jesus present in the
Eucharist.
God bless you,
Fr. Conoboy
Mientras disfrutamos de los espaguetis este fin de
semana, hay un par de cosas para marcar en nuestros
calendarios. Este miércoles por la noche se reunirá el
Comité de Evangelización, hay sólo un par de personas
oficialmente en el Comité. Creo que algunas personas no
participan porque asumen de lo que se trata el Comité.
Les aseguro que tengo algunas ideas sobre lo que es, pero
los necesito allí para escuchar de ustedes. Nos reuniremos
a las 6:30pm en St. Lucy, ya que el miércoles las misas
rotan a ese edificio.
Además, celebraremos con el Padre Tobin su 50 años de
Ordenación el Sabado, 11 de Octubre con misa primero a
las 4pm y luego una recepción en el Palermo Center.
Espero que puedan venir!
Y, el domingo, 19 de Octubre es el “Festival de Otoño”
en el Parque Roosevelt. La gente del “Proyecto Orgullo
de Campbell” nos pidio que pusieramos una cazeta de
comida para el evento. Así que ven y apoya la parroquia y
la Cuidad de 12-7pm. La comida estara maravillosa!
Este es el último día para completar el cuestionario
Diocesano. Vengan a la oficina si necesitan alguna ayuda.
Por las últimas par de semanas, he estado ofreciendo
algunas explicaciones acerca de el Rito de la Comunión.
Esta semana, quiero hacer un comentario acerca de la
respuesta cuando recibimos la Comunión. Cuando nos
acercamos al altar a recibir la Comunión el ministro dice:
“El Cuerpo de Cristo” o “La Sangre de Cristo”. La
respuesta a esta proclamación es “Amén”. Sin embargo,
hay una cierta cantidad de respuestas que escucho que no
son adecuadas, por ejemplo: “Yo creo”. “Gracias”. O un
simple gesto con la cabeza y no palabras. Al final,
“Amén” es una palabra hebrea que ha sido ulitizada en
nuestra tradición Católica, como “Aleluya”. En vez de
traducirla, usamos “Amén” porque puede ser utilizada
universalmente sin importar que idioma se este
celebrando la misa. Porque nos lleva inmediatamente a
nuestras raíces judías y ese contexto religioso en que
Jesús celebró la Primera Eucaristía. Porque es una palabra
que tiene mucho significado. Y, por supuesto, el
“silencio” o “gracias” no captura algunos de sus
significados. “Amén” es una palabra tan profunda y rica.
Que sea una expresión clara de nuestra fe en Jesús,
presente en la Eucaristía.
Que Dios te bendiga,
P. Conoboy
26TH ORDINARY SUNDAY - SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 • 3
Mass Intentions
The Rosary is prayed 1/2 hour before Mass.
Masses at St. Joseph the Provider
Saturday, September 27: - Vigil for Sunday
4:00pm John Zuraw Sr. (Helen & Larry Thomas)
Ken Kmetz (Anthony & Louise Matash)
Joseph Mraz (Family)
SUNDAY, September 28 : 26th Ordinary Sunday
8:30am George Ostrowski (Andy & Rose Ricciardi)
10:15am Daniel T. Modak (M/M John Orlo & Son)
Noon
Guillermo Jones y Andrea Venero (Daniel
Jones)
Maria Vazquez (Angel y Hipolito Vazquez)
Ciprian Ruiz (Tomasa & son, Ruiz)
Monday, September 29: Archangels, Michael, Gabriel
8:30am Communion Service
& Raphael
Memorial Flames
at St. Joseph the Provider
St. Anthony: Irene Texter LaBanc (Viola & Elmer
Gayetsky)
Eighteenth Annual Red Mass
Bishop George V. Murry, SJ invites all men and
women involved in the Legal and Judicial Profession
across the six counties of Northeast Ohio to join in
prayer for their important work for the common good
of our local communities and society. All judges and
attorneys, particularly those who are Catholics are
encouraged to attend the Mass on Sunday, October
19, in St. Columba Cathedral, at 10:30am. There is a
luncheon to follow Mass. For more info contact
Msgr. Siffrin at 330.744.8451, ext 225
Tuesday, September 30: St. Jerome
8:30am Mary Rose Caruso (granddaughter, Danielle
Caruso)
Masses began at St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa
Wednesday, October 1: St. Therese of the Child Jesus
8:30am Michael Kmetz (M/M John Archer)
Thursday, October 2: Holy Guardian Angels
8:30am Catherine Zokle ( Viola & Elmer Gayetsky)
Friday, October 3: Weekday
8:30am Jeffrey Chianello ( Joan Lariccia & Family)
Saturday, October 4: Vigil for Sunday
4:00pm John Zuraw Sr. (Middleman Family)
Mary Ann Daniliv (Torba & Danilov
Families)
John Tesner (Ron & Rosemary Zetts)
5:30pm Blessing of Pets St. Lucy/Rosa Parking Lot
SUNDAY, October 5: 27th Ordinary Sunday
8:30am Fr. Steve Popovich Health & Blessings
(St. Lucy Cultural Society)
10:15am Robert Petruska (Anthony & Louise Matash)
Noon
Juan Medina y Bernarda Rivera (Maria
Medina Rodriguez)
Maria Vazquez (Angel & Hipolito)
Ciprian Ruiz (Tomasa Ruiz & Son)
Please pray for the repose of the soul of
Mary Logan
May she be greeted in heaven with joy & celebration.
Our sympathy & prayers are with her family.
5:30pm
Saturday, October 4
Blessing of Pets
St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa Parking Lot
Saturday, October 11 at 4:00 pm
we will celebrate Fr. Paul Tobin’s
“50th” Anniversary of Ordination
at Sts. Lucy/Rosa
A reception will follow at the Palermo Center
Name______________________________________
# attending____________
Respond by October 6
St. Lucy Cultural Society of
Christ, the Good Shepherd
Handmade Spaghetti Dinner
TODAY, SEPTEMBER 28
Buffet from 12 - 4:00pm
Take-out available
Cost: $9.00 Adults $5.00 Children
4 • CHRIST, THE GOOD SHEPHERD PARISH, CAMPBELL, OHIO
THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH:
Sunday, September28:
Noon - 4:00pm Spaghetti Dinner
Monday, September 29 :
NO CCD
Tuesday, September 30:
1:00pm Bible Study Faith Formation Center
6 - 7:30pm RCIA
Wednesday, October 1:
10am - 12noon
Crochet Club
6:30pm Evangelization meeting at St. Lucy/St. Rosa
Thursday, October 2 :
11:30am - 1:00pm First Friday Luncheon Sr. Ann
Carville “Enhancing Life through Collaboration
5:00pm Prayer Group
Friday, October 3:
Pierogi sales call 8:00am 330.755.1316 cost $6.00 doz.
Saturday, October 4:
10:00am Legion of Mary
5:30pm Blessing of Pets St. Lucy/St. Rosa
Sunday, October 5 :
St. Rose Damas Food Sale
ESTA SEMANA EN NUESTRA PARROQUIA
Domingo, 28 de Septiembre:
12-4pm Venta de Espaguetis en el Palermo Center
Lunes, 29 de Septiembre:
NO CCD
Martes, 30 de Septiembre:
1:00pm Estudio Biblíco Centro de Formación de Fe
6_7:30pm RICA
Miércoles, 1 de Octubre:
10am-12pm Club de Crochet en St. John
6:30pm Reunión Evangelización en St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa
Jueves, 2 de Octubre:
11:30am-1:00pm First Friday Lucheon Sr. Ann Carville
“Enhancing Life though Collaboration”
5:00pm Grupo de Oración
Viernes, 3 de Octubre:
Venta de Pierogi llamar 8am 330.755.1316
Costo $6.00 por dozena
Sábado, 4 de Octubre:
10:00am Legión de María
5:30pm Bendicion de las Mascotas St. Lucy/Sta. Rosa
Domingo, 5 de Octubre:
Venta de Comida de la Sociedad de Damas de Sta. Rosa
High School Students do you want to meet new people
and celebrate your faith? Teens from throughout the
Diocese will gather on Sunday, November 2 at
St. Michael Parish in Canton for the 2014 Diocesan
Youth Convention: “Amazed!” The day will include
hands-on learning and workshops, a variety of
opportunities for meeting other teens and having fun, a
keynote address by Mary Lou Beers, and Mass celebrated
by Bishop Murry. For more information, contact Jackie
Orozco 330.755.4141 by Sunday, October 12.
Diocesan Infant Jesus of Prague
Day of Recollection
Wednesday, October 15
St. Patrick Church, Hubbard
Guest speaker
Fr. John Mulqueen
Rosary 9:30 am
Mass 10:00 am with Benediction
Lunch will follow at a cost of $15.00
Please make reservations before October 1
Name__________________________________
# attending__________
It’s POPCORN TIME AGAIN
we have had so many requests for the popcorn
our Youth Group sold that we are having
another sale. There all sorts of popcorn:
Birthday Cake, Granny Smith Apple, Loaded
Pizza, Cotton Candy and much more. You
may call the office to place an order
330.755.4141 or purchase online:
supportyours.org/cgsyouth
Our campaign ends Wednesday, October 15
Pick-up a flyer with the list of flavors in the
breezeway.
26TH ORDINARY SUNDAY - SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 • 5
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE
St. Paul reminds us to do nothing out of selfishness or
vainglory, but rather to be humble - regarding others needs
as greater. Among the many aspects of stewardship is the
stewardship of our motives. Why do we do what we do? If
it is for praise and glory, God will not be impressed. If it is
truly for the needs and well being of others, God will truly
bless us for all our efforts one in his name.
PARISH SACRIFICAL GIVING FOR 9/21:
WEEKEND COLLECTION $7,177.00
MONTHLY COLLECTION AUGUST $35,073.00
MONTHLY EXPENSE AUGUST $72,414.00
ADDITIONAL:
Children: $32.00
Main/Utilities: $136.00
Second Collection: $325.00 Catholic School Subsidy
MASS ATTENDANCE FOR 9/21 533
Thank you for your faithful offerings to your parish.
++ PRAY WITH THE SCRIPTURES ++
Readings for the week of
September 28:
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — When the wicked turn away from
their wickedness they have committed and do what is
right, they shall surely live (Ezekiel 18:25-28).
Psalm — Remember your mercies, O Lord (Psalm 25).
Second Reading — Consider others as better than
yourselves; look not to your own interests, but to the
interests of others (Philippians 2:1-11 [1-5]).
Gospel — Tax collectors and prostitutes are entering
the kingdom of God ahead of you (Matthew 21:28-32).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Daniel 7:9-10,13-14; Psalm 138;
John 1:47-51
Tuesday: Job 3:1-3,11-17, 20-23; Psalm 88;
Luke9:51-56
Wednesday: Job 9:1-12, 14-16; Psalm 88;
Luke 9:57-62
Thursday: Job 19:21-27; Psalm 27; Matthew 18:1-5, 10
Friday: Job 38:1, 12-21; 40:3-5; Psalm 139;
Luke 10:13-16
Saturday: Job 42:1-3, 5-6,12-17; Ps 119;
Luke 10:17-24
Sunday: Isaiah 5:1-7; Ps 80; Philippians 4:6-9;
Matthew 21:33-43
Your prayers are requested for the health and
well-being of the following parishioners:
Scott Anderson
Tommy Bayus
Mary
Bartholomew
Nadine Bednarik
Julia Beltz
Mike Berardino
Jim Bigley
Lori Bodnar
Pat Bozichovich
Ted Braccolino
Dorothy Buccieri
Mary Bukofchan
Kenneth
Bukowski
Danny Bullen
Lefty Butchko
Hannah Carnahan
Melissa Carnahan
Domenic Carrocce
Joseph & Ellen
Cassata
Patti Centofanti
Ed Cook
Nilda Cruz
Frances DelRae
Ana Diaz
Mary Dirienzo
Mary Lou Dubaj
Bernie Flowers
William Galluppi
Bob Gatti
John Gerlick
James Gotch
Frances Gregor
Iraklis Grillis
Rosa Gonzalez
Crispin Gonzalez
Lucy Hames
John Hames
John Hamley
Anne Hornak
Ann Hudak
Marcella
Innocenzi
Helen Janecko
Elizabeth Jean
Kana
Keith Kavinsky
Mary Kominak
Angelina Koval
Kevina Koval
Donny Kusky
Joan Larriccia
Dr. James Lazor
Mary Ellen
Leshinsky
Vern Libby
John Lissi
Rita Makatura
Joe Makosky
Rose Makosky
Hannah Marsh
Kay & Joe
Marshall
Mary Mazzocca
Joe Mazzocca, Sr.
Jackie & Bruce
McMillin
Leo Miranda
Josephine Misko
Joe Montella
Barbara Montella
Darren Patterson
Morgan
Marge Mraz
Ann Novacich
John Orlo
Tom Orlo
Dave Parsons
Brian Pascarella
Antionette Pennel
Walter Perez
Fr. Steve
Popovich
Andy Rauzan
Thomas Repasky
Dolly Rich
Ann Rivalsky
Lois Rivalsky
Carmen Rivera
Tootsie Rivera
Bibiano
Rodriguez
Paul Romeo
Sylvia Rossodivita
John Rozum
Chester Rufh
John Ruggieri Sr.
Andrea Ruscitti
Gina Sacco
Jerry Sacco
Linda Schulte
Betty Schlosser
Freddie Seitz
Helen Seman
Marina Serrano
David Shaffer
Denise Sharshan
Jon Shabella
Mike Simboli
Diane Stamos
Steve Stamos
Betty Ann Glass
Smith
Dorothy Stellmar
Shirley Szilagy
Dave Tabor
Jim Tabor
Chip Taylor
Fr. Paul Tobin
Mary Ann
Trimboli
Natalia Trimboli
Priscilla Turscak
Mary Uhrain
Ed Uhrain
Blanche Vanca
Diane Varady
Crissi Vallus
Suzanne Morales
Vetter
Helen Wacht
Edward Wacht
Paul White, Sr.
Patty Zbell
Fr. Howard
Ziemba
Rudy Zura
Also, please pray for our parishioners in nursing homes.
6• CHRIST, THE GOOD SHEPHERD PARISH, CAMPBELL, OHIO
Christ, The Good Shepherd
Parish
394 Tenney Avenue - Campbell, Ohio 44405 - (330)755-4141 - (330)755-1367 (fax)
Cristo, el Buen Pastor
(330)755-3633 (Español)
Pastoral Council Meeting – September 16, 2014
Fr. Shawn opened with prayer.
New Council lists were approved.
Nominations for Chairman were Carmel Gerlick, Chuck Zamary and Donna Guerrieri. Donna was called
and accepted. Aida Pacheco accepted the Co-Chair position.
Reports:
Finance report given by Ismael Caraballo who said in the last two months we took in $99,209 in
donations but had to pay bills totaling $110,839 leaving a deficit of $11,630. Fr. Leo Dobosiewicz gifted us
a gift of $30,000 that was used help pay the $42,000 payment towards the debt owed to the diocese. After
that payment we still owe the diocese $94,000.00 for assessments.
The Liturgy Committee reported on the Assumption Mass and reception held at St. Lucy.
Mary, from the Evangelization committee went to the 1st Friday club where Fr. Shori was the speaker.
He said all parishes are facing the same challenges. Evangelization starts with each of us as a good
example with our own lives.
St. Rose Cultural Society is having their Spanish Heritage celebration at St. Joseph Hall September 21.
St. John Cultural Society had their Stuffed Cabbage Dinner which was successful. They raised $4,168
and are planning a pizza party for the youth that helped them. They are making plans to paint all their
doors in their church and paint the hall.
St. Lucy Cultural Society had their St. Anthony celebration, Cavatelli Dinner and Assumption Mass
and reception. Their Spaghetti dinner is set for 9/28 from 12-4.
St. Joseph Society will have their annual Cookie Walk. They will be baking as well as asking for
donations of cookies since they run out of cookies within the first 1-2 hours.
Fr. Shawn announced the exhibit at the Steel Museum featuring artifacts from our parish. It is titled
“Breaking Bread”.
Fr. Shawn also said one of our challenges is to grow in unity. He has scheduled our socials for
once a month this year at two Masses. So each Mass will have a social every other month. Those hosting
the socials are welcome to display what their groups are all about.
On October 11 we will celebrate Fr. Tobin’s 50th anniversary at the 4:00 Mass with a reception to
follow at the Palermo Center. There will be reservation slips in the bulletin. The reservations will be given
to the office. The Cultural Societies will handle the reception.
There is also a Campbell October fest at Roosevelt Park on Oct. 19th from 12-7. Christ, the Good
Shepherd has been asked to have a booth of ethnic foods. Fr. has assigned people to take care of the foods
from each church.
Everyone is encouraged to fill out the Diocesan Survey. This is important so the Diocese can get an
idea of where to focus in the future. In the next 5 years there will be 40 of 80 priests retiring.
The finance committee has recommended having one Worship site and using the other two buildings as
chapels for funerals etc. We have been losing parishioners due to the rotation of Masses. It is understood
that no matter what decision is made we will lose some parishioners but we are losing them now. Fr.
Shawn feels he has enough information at hand to decide what needs done. The Parish Council has agreed
that a decision needs to be made.
26TH ORDINARY SUNDAY - SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 • 7
Christ, the Good Shepherd Parish
Statement of Operations—-July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014
Parish Operating Income
Collections
Bequests & Gifts
Parish Activities
Bishop’s Appeal Rebate
Total Operating Revenue
$479,935
$ 6,700
$ 58,170
636
$545,441
Parish Non-Operating Revenues
Rental Income
$ 60,020
Total Parish Operating Income $ 605,461
Parish Operating Expenses
Priest & Lay Payroll
Office Expense
Rectory Expense
Sanctuary Expense
CCD & Adult Education
Parish Activities
Building Expenses
$312,897
$ 16,383
$ 12,176
$ 15,919
$ 7,084
$ 2,466
Utilities, Maintenance & Insurance
$ 169,281
Other Checking & Savings Accts
St. John’s Mens Club
$1,298
CGS Youth Group
1,368
Holy Name Checking
2,331
Holy Name Savings
13,167
CGS Pierogi Checking
35,055
CGS Altar & Rosary
4,655
CGS Infant Jesus of Prague
10,498
St. Johns Ladies Guild
1,391
Santa Lucia Society
38,652
St. Joseph Cultural Society
8,393
St. John Cultural Society
2,947
Sta. Rosa de Lima Society
2,980
Las Damas
1,215
CGS Festival Acct.
27,458
St. John Men’s Super Bowl
10
Palermo Center
4,749
St. Lucy Men’s Society Savings 3,093
St. John Renovation Savings
12,357
Total
$181,617
Payments to Diocese
Diocesan Assessment and
High School Quota
Other Parish Expenses
Total Expenses
Parish Non-Operating Expenses
Tuition Subsidy
Total Parish Operating Exp.
Net Parish Income
$ 22,956
$ 22,409
$581,571
$ 1,089
$582,660
$ 22,801
Outstanding Balance Due to Diocese of Youngstown
Diocese Assessments
$41,418
High School Quota
$ 27,450
Property and Liability Ins. $ 24,312
Total Due Diocese
$93,180
Cash in Checking & Savings List
CGS Operating (Checking) $23,094
CGS Payroll
1,888
CGS 2nd Collection
8,500
Mass Stipends
652
Total Checking
$34,134
Total Cash in Accounts
$205,751
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