September 28, 2014 - St. Julie Billiart Catholic Parish in Hamilton

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September 28, 2014 - St. Julie Billiart Catholic Parish in Hamilton
ST. JULIE BILLIART
September 28, 2014
THIS WEEK
PASTOR’S CORNER
SATURDAY, September 27
1:00 Wedding
3:00 Reconciliation - Church
4:30 Mass [The Parish Family]
SUNDAY, September 28
8:30 Mass [Mary Ann Hornung+]
9:30 RCIA - Dayton House
9:45 PREP
11:00 Mass [ Jeanne Doehlman]
1:00 Misa en Español
1:00 Secular Franciscans—Dayton House
MONDAY, September 29 St. Michael
12:00 Mass [Ken Schoettmer]
7:00 St. Vincent de Paul– Fenmont
7:30 Procession - Fenmont to Church
8:00 Misa en Español– Church
TUESDAY, September 30
8:00 Mass [The Parish Family]
WEDNESDAY, October 1
8:00 Communion Service
7:00 BINGO - Fenmont
7:00 Pastoral Region Core Group Church Office
7:00 Spanish Choir - Church
7:00 RCIA - Dayton House
St. Michael
THURSDAY, October 2
Guardian Angels
8:00 Mass [Nancy Jo Huntington]
7:00 RCIA Inquiry Meeting – Dayton House
7:00 Choir Practice - Church
7:30 Parish Council—Church Office
FIRST FRIDAY, October 3
12:00 Mass [Merle & Diana Ferry 50th Wedding Anniv.]
4:00 Wedding -Church
7:00 Holy Hour—Church
SATURDAY, October 4 RESPECT LIFE SUNDAY
9:00-1:00 BLOCK PARTY
1:00 Blessing of Pets-Parking Lot
3:00 Reconciliation - Church
4:30 Mass [Dominic Francis Chilbert*]
SUNDAY, October 5 RESPECT LIFE SUNDAY
8:30 Mass [Altar Rosary Society Members]
9:30 RCIA - Dayton House
9:45 PREP
11:00 Mass [Ken Schoettmer]
1:00 Misa en Español
VOCATION VIEWS:
“Your ways, O Lord, make
known to me; teach me your paths.” The paths of the Lord
lead to eternal life, if we but have the courage to walk
where He leads. (Psalm 25:4)
Next weekend is Respect Life Sunday. I believe
that many of the moral principles that undergird the
Church’s teaching on Respect for Life form a moral approach to immigration, as well. As you’ve heard me say on
various occasions many issues are both moral and political.
For instance, who can deny that abortion is both political
and moral? That is why we Catholics should strive to form
our conscience on these and all matter s of mor al consequence.
Too often we “take a stand” without doing the
tough work of examining what moral principles underlie my
“take”. We allow the rhetoric of talk radio or some other
source to form our conscience without even stopping to look
at the hierarchy of values that are in play. Forming a Catholic conscience means giving first place in the chaos of voices to the voice of the Church. When a Catholic says, “I
don’t agree with the Church” on this or that, what value or
values do you put higher than the values the Church lifts up?
It means measuring my “take” against Catholic moral principles; not measuring Catholic moral principles against my
opinion.
If this is something that you want to explore further, I will be giving an overview on what is uniquely Catholic about scripture, morality, and spirituality in a series of
three classes in October. You’ll find more info elsewhere in
the bulletin.
On Oct. 27 I’ll be at St. John’s, West Chester addressing the Catholic Church’s approach to immigration,
both internationally and nationally. I’m sure they’d welcome anyone from St. Julie Billiart. Unlike a homily, this
forum, though, allows for responses and questions.
READINGS FOR THIS WEEK
Readings for the Week of September 28, 2014
Sunday Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Ez 18:25-28; Ps 25; Phil 2:1-11 or 2:1-5; Mt 21:28-32
Monday Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, Archangels
Dn 7:9-10, 13-14 or Rv 12:7-12a; Ps 138;
Jn 1:47-51
Tuesday Saint Jerome, Priest and Doctor of the Church
Jb 3:1-3, 11-17, 20-23; Ps 88; Lk 9:51-56
Wednesday Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus, Virgin and
Doctor of the Church
Jb 9:1-12, 14-16; Ps 88; Lk 9:57-62
Thursday The Holy Guardian Angels
Jb 19:21-27; Ps 27; Mt 18:1-5, 10
Friday
Jb 38:1, 12-21, 40:3-5; Ps 139; Lk 10:13-16
Saturday Saint Francis of Assisi
Jb 42:1-3, 5-6, 12-17; Ps 119; Lk 10:17-24
Sunday Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Is 5:1-7; Ps 80; Phil 4:6-9; Mt 21:33-43
ST. JULIE BILLIART
September 28, 2014
STEWARDSHIP
TREASURE: July 2014-June 2015
Weekly Collection Review
Collection September 21, 2014
Adult Envelopes Received
198
Regular Collection Goal:
$11,000.00
Regular Collection Received
7,873.03
Over/Under Goal:
(3,126.97)
YTD Regular Collection Goal:
132,000.00
YTD Regular Collection Received
116,646.05
YTD Over/Under Goal:
(15,353.95)
“MAKE
MAKE -A-CHANGE” FOR SEPTEMBER
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
St. Julie Billiart Capital
Campaign Drive:
Preserving our Past –
Preparing for Our Future
As of
09-21-14 we have received
$453,182.66 in donations for the drive.
We received several additional pledges
and donations from members who had made pledges/
donations at the beginning of our drive in June 2012.
Thanks for your continued support of this drive which will
help us maintain and update or buildings so that we can
continue to bring Christ to others through a variety of
religious programs as well as recreational and social
activities.
Donation envelopes for our Capital Campaign Drive can be
found in the vestibule of church and are in you’re your
regular donation packets.
PLAN ON ATTENDING the next ALTAR
ROSARY MEETING Monday, October 6,
2014 at 12:45 following the noon Mass
in the Fenmont. See you there!!
St. Julie Celebrates Marriage!
Are you celebrating a wedding anniversary milestone in 2014? If so, St.
Julie’s would like to invite couples
whose 1st, 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th,
30th, 35th, 40th, 45th, 50th, 55th, 60th,
th
th
65 or 70 anniversary occur in 2014 to be their special guests at the upcoming parish Irish Heritage Dinner on Saturday, November 8th. The dinner, sponsored by our Hospitality Committee, takes place at our
Fenmont Center after the 4:30 Mass. Reservations are
necessary for this event, so be sure to fill out a reservation form and return it to the parish office by Saturday, October 18th.
Also at all the Masses November 8th and 9th couples
celebrating these milestone sacramental anniversaries
will receive a blessing at the end of Mass.
Our Thanks and Prayers
to Deacon Tom Strodtbeck
on the Occasion of the
16th Anniversary of his Ordination
September 26, 1998.
FIRE DRILL at PREP on Sept. 28
Please drive slowly around the
Fenmont and Church areas. 215
PREP students will be conducting
their FIRE DRILL on Sunday, Sept.
28 at 10:00 am. Thank you!
RAIN DATE: Oct. 12
FIRST RECONCILIATION PARENT MEETING ON
SUNDAY OCT. 5 All parents who have children who
attended PREP all last year and are preparing for First
Holy Communion this year are asked to attend the
Parent Meeting on Sunday, Oct. 5 at 9:45 to 10:45 am
in the Fenmont. Special materials and books will be
given to each Parent to be used at home and at
PREP. This is an exciting time for the families! Let’s
keep them in our prayers as they pass on the Catholic
Faith!
BLOCK PARTY VOLUNTEERS All our
CONFIRMATION families are asked to contact Tami
Urcia to volunteer to help at the St. Julie BLOCK
PARTY on Sat. Oct. 4. We need volunteers from 7 am
to 3 pm. Work one or more hours. Carve out some
time to help out our neighbors by working at a booth,
children’s activity or handing out donations. See the
www.stjulie.org website for more information or call
863-1040 ext. *825 or *815 for Mary Pat Austing. A
great opportunity for sponsors to work side by side
with their Confirmation Candidate!
CONFIRMATION SPONSOR FORMS ARE DUE
Parents and Candidates are asked to turn in the forms
with the information about their place of Baptism and
who their Sponsor will be with their Pastor’s Church
Seal and Signature. Forms were in the Blue Folders
given out last April and are online at www.stjulie.net.
CONFIRMATION MENTORS We are asking for
help on, 2nd Sundays of October, November, February
& March for adults or high schoolers who have been
Confirmed to help our candidates this year in small
group discussions about the Catholic Faith, prayers,
and the assignments they are working on in class and
at home. Discussion guidelines and agendas will be
provided. The dates are: October. 12, Nov. 9, Feb. 8 ,
March 8 from 9:45 am to 10:45 am in the Fenmont.
Call Mary Pat Austing to offer your help or to ask any
questions. 863-1040 [email protected]
ST. JULIE BILLIART
September 28, 2014
A CATHOLIC APPROACH TO…
2014
WE NEED YOUR HELP! We are going to need lots of volunteers on Saturday, October 4. This is a whole parish event .
Thank you so much for your generosity!
Call 863-1040 to let us know if you can help.
Virtual Pilgrimage of Lourdes, France
St. Julie Billiart
224 Dayton Street, Hamilton
North American Lourdes Volunteers will present a
90-minute prayerful VIRTUAL PILGRIMAGE to
Lourdes, France, at St. Julie Billiart
Parish on
Sunday, October 26th at 6:30 PM. During this
guided Lourdes experience, you will immerse
yourself in the Message of Lourdes as given by
Our Lady to St. Bernade-e. You will have the opportunity to touch the Gro-o Rock and to experience the liquid grace of Lourdes Water. As part of
this spiritual opportunity to draw nearer to God
with Our Lady and St. Bernade-e, you will receive
a Eucharis5c blessing and pray the Rosary. Come
and experience the healing grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ through His Immaculate Mother. The
next best thing to visi5ng Lourdes is a Virtual Pilgrimage journey without the travel!
We need volunteers to make this happen! People
to help with processions, audiovisuals and
refreshments, ushers, greeters, musicians, and
altar servers are needed. If you are interested in
helping, please contact Mary Richter for more informa5on at 513 863 1040.
Our Lady extends her invita on to all!
Invite your family, children and friends!
All are welcome!
Several years ago Fr. Mike offered a series entitled
“A Catholic Approach to Scripture, Sacraments and
Spirituality, and Morality”. He will be offering them
again. The purpose of the three-part series is to highlight the uniquely Catholic approach to these three
areas. Many Catholics approach these areas of Christianity with points of view they have picked up from
the more Protestant atmosphere of the U.S. The goal
is not to enter into polemics but to clarify differences.
Obviously, this will be the most superficial of studies
so that another goal is to offer resources for continued study. Because this will be a cursory look, it
makes no claim to be the only way to look at these
areas with Catholic eyes.
The sessions will be offered in the “St. Stephen
Hall” of the Fenmont from 7:00 to 8:30 on the following days:
A Catholic Approach to Scripture
Thursday, Oct. 23
A Catholic Approach to Sacraments and Spirituality
Thursday, Oct. 30
A Catholic Approach to Morality
Thursday, Nov. 13
“Be All You Can Be” Walk 2014
The 6th Annual Walk-a-Thon for St. Peter in Chains School
is scheduled for Friday, October 10th, 2014. Please consider making a donation to the school in general or perhaps to sponsor a particular student(s). There are envelopes in the back of church. If you do not have an official
donation envelope, you could also send your donation
(cash or check made payable to “St. Peter in Chains
School”) to the Walk-a-Thon Committee, St. Peter in
Chains School, 451 Ridgelawn Avenue, Hamilton, OH
45013. This is our major PTO fundraiser for the year and
your support is greatly appreciated! Thank you very
much for your generosity!
THE ST. JULIE COOKBOOK HAS ARRIVED!
“Thanks to all of the great cooks in our parish, friends and families, we
have a nice assortment of 400 LARGE PRINT recipes. The cookbooks
are $12 each and will be for sale during parish office hours, 9am-noon
and 1-4pm, as well at some of the Masses and parish events….They will
make great gifts! And it is another way to support the Capital Campaign.
ST. JULIE BILLIART
September 28, 2014
NATIONAL LIFE CHAIN
SUNDAY October 5, 2014
2:00—3:00pm
HAVE YOU WALKED INTO A CHURCH ON A
SUNDAY MORNING AND REALLY FELT
WELCOMED?ARE YOU WILLING TO MAKE A
SMALL EFFORT TO MAKE ST. JULIE BILLIART
THAT KIND OF PARISH?
First impressions last. What is a visitor’s first impression
when walking in the door for Sunday Mass? Hospitality
involves a diversity of ministries: Lectors, Extraordinary
Ministers of Holy Communion, choir, priest, deacon, people who assist with the collection, and GREETERS. A
greeter, simply enough, is someone who helps the per son walking through the door feel welcome. You can be
an individual, couple of friends, or a family. You need to
know some basic information about our buildings and
about “who’s who” so as to answer questions. But most of
all, you need to put yourself in the person’s shoes and consider, “What will make him/her/them feel like they not
only belong, but have been expected?”
Earlier in the year as part of her Lay Ministry Program
Mary Richter presented a workshop about becoming a
more welcoming parish and now we want to get ourselves
organized to do just that. If you ar e inter ested please
join us on Tuesday evening, Oct. 21 [note changed date]
from 7:00 to 8:00. If you have questions, contact Fr .
Mike.
Dear Moms and Dads, In
our attempt to make St.
Julie’s Parish ever more
family friendly, we are
considering starting up a
nursery during one of our
weekend Masses. In order to make it work, we would have
to have enough families interested and enough volunteers.
Is this something your family would
benefit from? It would be for
children ages 6mo through 2nd
grade.
Please contact Tami Urcia in the
Family Ministry Office to express
your thoughts. 513-863-1040 or
[email protected]
Meet in front of the Butler County
Government Services Center at
1:45pm to get a sign provided by
Butler County Right to Life. We will
space ourselves out from each corner at the intersection
of High Street and Martin Luther King for a prayerful silent
witness.
Defend human life against abortion. Pray for the 950+
Life Chains in the U.S. and Canada.
www.NationalLifeChain.org
How about YOU?
Yep, YOU! We would love some help with our
classes for PREP. Could you be a substitute
catechist? A co-catechist? A guest speaker? A
mentor? A craft helper? An office helper? The
opportunities to use your gifts are limitless!
Come join in on the fun! Call the Parish Office
to offer your help
SERVICE IS JOY – CATHOLIC
“HAPPY HOUR” FOR YOUNG ADULTS
Theology on Tap leaders from the Cincinnati area have teamed up to create a special event on
the evening of November 6, 2014, at the Centennial Barn for young adults. Representatives of a
wide range of service organizations will be on
hand to provide information about volunteering
with their organizations, answer questions, and
befriend young adults. The young adults who
participate will enjoy time with one another,
sampling of various craft beers, and an invitation
to serve. People may come when they can and
stay as long as they like, between 6:00 – 9:00
p.m.
The Centennial Barn is located at 110 Compton
Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45215, and here is a link:
http://www.centennialbarn.org/.
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ST. JULIE BILLIART
September 28, 2014
St. Julie Billiart Capital Campaign Drive Raffle 2014
Handmade Irish Chain Quilt Handmade By Parish Members
In Honor Of Our Irish Heritage
The Capital Campaign is in its third and final year and most of the projects for this drive have been completed. The goal of this three year
campaign is to both preserve our buildings and enhance them to better
accommodate the growing needs of our parish. The drive has received
great support from our members as well as the Hamilton community.
IRISH QUILT RAFFLE
History of the Irish Chain Quilt - The first Irish Quilt that came to
America from Ireland was quilted in 1805 and brought to West Virginia
by Margaret McKee when she immigrated to America in 1807.
The earliest documented Irish Chain Quilt made in America was made
in Kentucky about 1814. The quilt measures 78 x 82 and has a tone on
tone off white background with muted fall colors making the chain. The
quilting is done with double Celtic knots and shamrocks and is reversible. The quilt was made and donated by Freddie and Andy Lampl
from Seams Sew Easy Fabrics.
Winner will be drawn at our Irish
Heritage Dinner on November 8th.
Winner need not be present to win.
Your donation is not tax deductible
Quilt Raffle
Suggested donation: 1 for $5; 6 for $25
Freddie and Andy with the finished Quilt.
Please note that some of the tickets printed say “Progressive
Raffle”. This is an error and all of the tickets that we sent out
are for the IRISH QUILT RAFFLE. Thanks!
Quilt Raffle
Suggested donation: 1 for $5; 6 for $25
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ST. JULIE BILLIART
28 DE Septiembre 2014
XXVI DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
LEER: Ezequiel 18:25-28, Salmo 24,
Filipenses 2:1-11, Mateo 21:28-32
MISA Y PROCESIÓN PARA
LA FIESTA DE
SAN MIGUEL ARCANGEL
El lunes, 29 de septiembre es
la fiesta de San Miguel Arcangel. Como es de costumbre, tendremos una procession y una misa especial.
La procesión va a empezar en
el Fenmont a las 7:30pm y
celebramos la Misa inmediatamente después a las
8:00pm.
¡Todos están cordialmente invitados!
COMITÉ REGIONAL
Dentro de los próximos tres años habrá un solo párroco para las tres parroquias: Santa Julia de Billiart, San
Pedro en Cadenas, y San José. Eso es debido a los pocos
sacerdotes que se ordenan estos días. Este cambio está
ocurriendo no solamente en Hamilton, ni solamente en la
Arquidiócesis de Cincinnati, sino en todo el país.
Sin duda habrá cambios para todos. Podría ser en la
frecuencia de las Misas dominicales. Podría ser en el tiempo que el nuevo párroco tendrá disponibles para los feligreses de cada parroquia. Podría ser en las finanzas. En
este momento no se sabe nada con certeza.
Para preparar para ese día se está formando un comité
de representantes de las tres parroquias. Es importante
que haya un representante de la Comunidad Hispana. Se
busca una persona que:
• Esté cómoda participando en reuniones en inglés
• Tenga tiempo disponible en la tarde (generalmente a
las 7pm)
• Pueda dedicar tiempo para escuchar las inquietudes
de la Comunidad Hispana y darle a conocer el trabajo
del comité.
• Esté dispuesto a leer unos pocos documentos.
Se espera que el comité se reunirá no más que
una vez al mes por los próximos tres años. Si le gustaría
formar parte del comité o si tiene preguntas acerca de
ello, hable con el P. Mike. Muchas Gracias.
Encuentro Matrimonial-Oct 3-5, 2014
El Fin De Semana del Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial
es un programa de 44 horas en donde las parejas pueden
alejarse de el trabajo, los niños, el telefono y las tareas
de la casa para enfocarse solamente en el uno para el
otro. Si están buscando que su relación crezca, sea mas
profunda y rica, entonces no va a querer faltar! Para
Registrarse llame a Alfredo y Lupita al (513)227-0536.
RETIRO PREMATRIMONIAL Y DE PAREJAS
Fecha: 22 de Noviembre de 8:30am-5:00pm
Dirección: Igl. Sta. Susanna, 616 Reading Rd, Mason OH
Información: P. Samuel González Tel. (513) 383-8867
email: [email protected] o Karla Eysoldt: Tel. (513)
398-3821 Ext. 3112, email: [email protected]
Nota: Se aceptan parejas que vivan en unión libre, o que
estén casadas por lo civil o matrimonios católicos que
quieran participar
Costo: $20 por pareja para refrigerios y almuerzo. :
**Todas las parejas que piensan en casarse en los
próximos 12 meses deben asistir en este retiro.**
El BLOCK PARTY es este sábado de
9:00am-1:00pm. Todos están invitados!
Peregrinaje Virtual de Lourdes, Francia
Voluntarios Norte Americanos de Lourdes van a presentar
un PEREGRINAJE VIRTUAL de Lourdes, Francia, en la
Parroquia de St. Julie Billiart el domingo, 26 de octubre a
las 6:30 PM. Durará aproximadamente 90 minutos. Durante esta experiencia guiada de Lourdes, podrá profundizar en el mensaje de Lourdes dado por Nuestra Señora a
Sta. Bernadette. Tendrá la oportunidad de tocar una piedra
del grotto y experimentar la gracia que brota del agua de
Lourdes. Como parte de esta oportunidad espiritual de
acercarse a Dios y Nuestra Señora y Sta. Bernadette, recibirá una bendición Eucarística y rezaremos el rosario. Vengan a experimentar la gracia sanadora de Nuestro Señor
Jesucristo a través de su Madre Inmaculada.
A parte de visitar al mismo Lourdes, el Peregrinaje Virtual
es lo mejor, y sin viajar! Necesitamos voluntarios para
ayudar con este evento. Buscamos gente para ayudar con la
procesión, audiovisuales, meriendas, ujieres, equipo de
bienvenida, músicos, y monaguillos. Tendremos una
reunión organizativa el 15 de septiembre en la oficina parroquial. Si desea ayudar por favor comuníquese con la
Sra. Mary Richter para más información al 513 863 1040.
Nuestra Señora extiende su invitación a
todos! ¡Inviten a su familia, sus hijos y
amigos! ¡Todos están bienvenidos!
Lecturas de la Semana - Septiembre 29-Octubre 4
Lunes: Daniel 7:9-10 y 13-14, Salmo 137, Juan 1:47-51
Martes: Job 3:1-23 y 10-13, Salmo 87, Lucas 9:51-56
Miércoles: Job 9:1-12 y 14-16, Salmo 87, Lucas 9:57-62
Jueves: Job 19:21-27, Salmo 26, Mateo 18:1-5 y 10
Viernes: Job 38:1, 12-21 y 40:3-5, Salmo 138,
Lucas 10:13-16
Sábado: Job 42:1-3,5-6,12-16, Salmo 118, Lucas 10:17-24

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