Scenes from the Mission

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Scenes from the Mission
Volume 49, No. 6
February 8, 2015
Scenes from the Mission
Top left-right: Presenter Deacon Glenn Harmon, parishioners, Linda
Harmon; Bottom left-right: Serving the soup supper provided before
the mission, the children and care-givers getting ready for movie night.
On the Cover
Editor’s Note
The mission was both well-attended and
fulfilling. See glennharmonministries.org for
information about recordings of some of Deacon
Harmon’s presentations.
I hope you were able to attend at least a few of
the nights of the mission we had last week. The
nights I was there it was well-attended and
people seemed very glad to be there. In fact, I
am writing this note one night after the mission
ended, and it’s getting late. So I will wish you
all a peaceful week and say goodnight.
Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
404.522.6800
ACTIVE CATHOLIC STATUS:
To be an active
parishioner, a person must be registered in the parish,
attend Mass regularly, and be involved in Time, Talent, and
Stewardship.
Fax: 404.524.5440
353 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
www.sacredheartatlanta.org
INFANT BAPTISMS:
Baptisms take place the second
Saturday of the month at 9:30am in English and 10:30am in
Spanish. The parents must be active parishioners for at
least three months prior to the baptism. There are class
and paperwork requirements for both parents and
godparents. Please see the Sacred Heart website for a
detailed
list
or
contact
Muffet
Pucket,
[email protected]
PASTOR: Msgr. Edward J. Thein,
[email protected]
DEACONS: Rev. Mr. Mike Balfour
[email protected]
Rev. Mr. Marino Gonzalez
[email protected]
HOMEBOUND OR HOSPITALIZED:
For a priest for
hospital emergencies, call the office at 404-522-6800. For
hospitalized and homebound Communion, call Shirley
Trussell, 404-373-1492, to arrange timing for a volunteer to
visit.
STAFF
PASTORAL ADMINISTRATOR:
Rev. Mr. Mike Balfour, 404-974-2232,
[email protected]
RECEPTIONISTS: 404-974-2230,
Patty Nichols & Muffet Puckett
[email protected]
DIRECTOR OF PARISH OUTREACH & VOLUNTEERS:
Rev. Mr. Marino Gonzalez, 404-974-2235,
[email protected]
DIRECTOR OF FAITH FORMATION & LITURGY:
Alan McGill, 404-974-2234,
[email protected]
FAITH FORMATION ASSISTANT:
Delta Izaguirre, 404-974-2231
[email protected]ta.org
ACCOUNTANT: Michelle Rivers, 404-974-2246,
[email protected]
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR:
Humberto Quintas, 404-974-2240,
[email protected]
ORGANIST/CHOIRMASTER: William E. Krape (leave
message with Receptionist)
SPIRES EDITOR:
Catherine Tarbox, [email protected]
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: Adoration takes place every
Tuesday at the main altar, immediately following the
12:10pm Mass.
MIEMBROS REGISTRADOS Y ACTIVOS: Todos los
feligreses de nuestra comunidad parroquial del Sagrado
Corazón buscan por un sinnúmero de beneficios y servicios
los cuales incluyen cartas de recomendación para la
Admisión a las escuelas católicas, certificados para todas
aquellas personas que van a servir como padrinos en las
diferentes celebraciones litúrgicas tales como el bautismo y
la confirmación, Cartas las cuales le permiten celebrar a
cualquiera de nuestros miembros
el sacramento del
matrimonio en otra parroquia diferente a la del Sagrado
Corazón. Esos derechos y servicios de parte de nuestra
iglesia demandan ciertas obligaciones y compromisos de
parte de ustedes como en cualquier comunidad. El ser un
miembro activo de nuestra comunidad parroquial implica
que la persona este registrada en la parroquia, que asista
regularmente a misa, y que esta persona trate en lo
máximo de colaborar y aportar a la iglesia a través de sus
recursos, talentos y tiempo.
MASS TIMES (in English unless otherwise noted)
Weekdays: 7:00am, 12:10pm
Saturdays: 9:00am, 5:30pm(vigil)
Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm,
1:30pm En español, 6:00pm
SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO PARA NIÑOS:
Los
bautizos se llevarán a cabo el segundo sábado del mes a las
10:30am en español. Los padres deben ser feligreses
activos registrados durante al menos 3 meses antes del
bautismo. Hay requisitos de la clase y el papeleo tanto para
los padres y padrinos. Por favor, consulte el sitio web del
Sagrado Corazón para una lista detallada o contactar con el
Delta Izaguirre, 404-974-2231.
CONFESSIONS
Monday, Friday: 11:30am
Saturdays: 4:30–5:00pm
Domingo en español: 1:00–1:30pm
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday–Friday: 9:00am–4:45pm.;
closed from 1:00–2:00pm
MINISTERIO DE LOS ENFERMOS: Llamar al 404-9742231.
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FEBRUARY 8, 2015, 5TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
FEBRUARY 9-14, 2015
SUNDAY MASS READINGS
Choir Anthem, 10:00am Mass
Ave Verum, Gregorian Chant
Job 7:1-4, 6-7; Psalm 147; 1 Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23;
Mark 1:29-39
D
Hail, true Body,
Born of the Virgin Mary,
uring Jesus’ ministry “he cured many who were sick with
various diseases, and he drove out many demons.” This
is the case in today’s Gospel. Jesus fulfills the vision of Psalm
147: “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their
wounds.” Jesus knew, however, that he couldn’t possibly
heal all the illness in the world. No matter how many people
he cured or how many hours he ministered, there always
would be more suffering people like Job who craved his
healing touch. His primary mission was not to rid the world
of all suffering. His “purpose” was to preach the coming of
the reign of God that heals, yes, but ultimately transcends
and transforms earthly suffering. With Paul, Jesus could have
said, “Woe to me if I do not preach” that good news.
Who has truly suffered,
Was sacrificed on the cross
for mortals,
Whose side was pierced,
Whence flowed water and
blood:
Be for us a foretaste of
heaven
During our final examining.
O Jesu sweet, O Jesu pure,
O Jesu, Son of Mary,
Have mercy upon me.
Amen.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
MUSIC
FOR
THE WEEKDAY READINGS
SUNDAY MASS
Music for the 5:30pm Vigil, 8:00am,
10:00am, and Noon Masses
Monday: Gn 1:1-19; Ps 104:1-2a, 5-6, 10, 12, 24,
35c; Mk 6:53-56
Tuesday: Gn 1:20 — 2:4a; Ps 8:4-9; Mk 7:1-13
Prelude
Adagio in C Major, Mozart
Wednesday: Gn 2:4b-9, 15-17; Ps 104:1-2a, 27-28,
29bc-30; Mk 7:14-23
Mozart wrote this lovely work for a curious musical
instrument called the glass harmonica.
This instrument
consisted of a set of rotating musical glass discs, improved
and perfected by Benjamin Franklin.
Thursday: Gn 2:18-25; Ps 128:1-5; Mk 7:24-30
Friday: Gn 3:1-8; Ps 32:1-2, 5-7; Mk 7:31-37
Postlude
March in D Major, Haydn
Saturday: Gn 3:9-24; Ps 90:2-6, 12-13; Mk 8:1-10
This is from a collection of pieces written for a famous clock
in Vienna. They were played automatically on a small flute
organ, operated by the clock mechanism.
Hymns Used in Mass
Gathering
Praise to the Lord, The Almighty, #547, red
hymnal, verses 1 & 4
Psalm
Praise the Lord, #883, red hymnal
Offertory
Your Hand, O Lord, In Days of Old, #750, red
hymnal, verses 1 & 3
Communion
Draw Near and Take the Body of Christ, #732,
red hymnal
Sending
Forth
Now Let Us From This Table Rise, #625, red
hymnal
REMEMBER
Alicia Brown
Louise Daniell
Lucille Hill
Charleen Kilster
THIS WEEK’S SECOND COLLECTION
Ministries of Sacred Heart
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IN YOUR PRAYERS...
THE
SICK
Gigi Kirn
Ernesto Molina
Pat Smith
Rhonda Smith
Dcn. Wayne Smith
Gift of Grace
House residents
THE DEAD
IN MILITARY
SERVICE
CANDLE
INTENTIONS
Deceased loved
ones of the
Bereavement
Support Group
Rafael Duralde
Intentions:
Bobbie Overton
Dcn. Wayne Smith
Thanksgiving
In Memory:
Mary C. Butler
 FAITH LIFE 
LENT
AT
SACRED HEART
As surprising as it may be, Lent begins in less than two weeks. Mark your calendars for these Lenten observances.
Stations of the Cross and
Benediction
Fridays (except Good Friday) 5:30pm
Soup Supper
Immediately follows
Penance Service
Wednesday, March 11, 7:00pm
 OUTREACH 
BE PART
SACRED HEART’S
MILESTONE 20TH HABITAT BUILD
SIGN-UP THIS WEEKEND AFTER MASS
OF
S
ign up after Mass on February 7-8 to work on the house, to help prepare and serve lunch for
the workers, or to provide landscaping plants for the house. No experience is necessary to
help build the house, but you must be at least 16 years old. Each person will be able to sign up to
work one day. The dates to choose from are February 28; March 7, 14, 21, and 28; and April 11
and 18. If you have any questions, please speak to someone at the sign-up table after Mass or
contact Gail Ronan at [email protected] or 404 288-9883.
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RAFFLE TICKETS SOLD TO BENEFIT
OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP HOME
WEEKENDS OF FEBRUARY 14/15 AND 21/22 AFTER MASS
a Societa Italiana (LSI) will again be selling raffle tickets to benefit Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Cancer Home after Masses on February 14/15 and 21/22. Tickets are $5 each or a book of 5
for $20. First and Second Prizes are $2000 and $1000, respectively, and the drawing is March
22nd. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cancer Home is adjacent to Turner Field and has operated in
Atlanta since 1939. The home, operated by the Hawthorne Dominican Sisters, does not accept
payment of any kind from patients, family, insurance, or governments. It depends solely on
contributions and fund raising to support its good works. The home accepts patients without
regard to race, gender, religion, nationality, or ethnic background.
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PREGNANCY AID CLINIC THANKS SACRED HEART
ASKS FOR VOLUNTEER HELP
sgr. Thein recently received a letter from the Pregnancy Aid Clinic, located in Hapeville,
thanking Sacred Heart parishioners for their financial support in 2014 through the Baby
Bottle Drive. Alexandra Shattuck, the director of the Pregnancy Aid Clinic, said, “What an
encouraging thing it is to see the response in your parish to the message of hope and life this
ministry brings.” Pregnancy Aid Clinic offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, parenting classes, and
other aid. During the 2014 Baby Bottle Drive Sacred Heart parishioners donated more than
$2000 to the clinic. In thanking the parish, Ms. Shattuck acknowledged, “There are so many
other thing your parishioners could have done with the funds… and yet they choose to invest in
this ministry.” She went on to thank the Respect Life Ministry, whose work “certainly led to the
success of the drive.”
The Pregnancy Aid Clinic currently has volunteer needs for Ultrasound
Techs, RV Drivers, Parenting Class Helpers, and Client Advocates. For more information contact
Laura at 404-763-4432.
 PARISH LIFE 
SACRED HEART OFFICES
GOT A FACELIFT!
T
hanks to generous parishioners, some of the
offices at Sacred Heart of gotten a facelift.
Thanks to a special gift designated for office
furniture, new desks with attached hutches
(picture at right) were provided for Delta Izaguirre
— who was working at a credenza instead of a
desk — and our new in-residence priest, Fr. Adam.
Fr. Adam’s office did not previously contain a desk.
Additionally, Sacred Heart was given some large
armoire-type pieces that a parishioner no longer
had a need for and are now being put to good use
for storage in the accountant Michelle Rivers’
office.
The offices were updated with the
renovation of 2011, including paint and carpet, and
in some cases office cubicles, but the desks and
cabinets were not updated at that time, so these
are welcome gifts.
Annual Mardi Gras Party
February 14, 6:30pm
Parish Hall
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2015 ARCHBISHOP’S
ANNUAL APPEAL
FR. ADAM OSIMEK TAKING
UP RESIDENCE AT
SACRED HEART
The 2015 Archbishop’s Annual Appeal has
begun. You will find an insert in your copy
of SPIRES with information from the
Archdiocese about the Appeal this year. We
ask you to read it and prayerfully consider
your giving ability.
WELCOME RECEPTION FEBRUARY 8,
11:00AM, PARISH HALL
F
r. Adam Ozimek has taken up
residence at Sacred Heart, effective
February 1st. Originally from Poland,
Fr. Adam received a Bachelor of Arts
degree from St. Mary’s College in Michigan,
a Masters in Divinity from St. Vincent de
Paul Seminary in 1994, and was ordained
the same year. His most recent assignment
was at St. Jude’s. While assigned to St.
Jude’s he was active in the school and
preschool and led their Respect Life Ministry.
He has remained active in the Catholic Polish
community in Atlanta, helping with Polish
Masses. Last year he led a pilgrimage to
Poland. Ozimek to Sacred Heart.
Our goal each year is set by the Archdiocese
and we are obligated to pay any
underpayments out of parish offertory. On
the other hand, after we reach our Annual
Appeal goal, the archdiocese returns 100%
of
any
overage
received
from
our
parishioners to our parish. In the next few
weeks you will have the opportunity to hear
more about the work of the appeal and see
a message from Archbishop Gregory and to
make a commitment to help support the
Church’s mission. Please respond to the
Archbishop’s request and make a generous
pledge. All pledges will be billed in ten
monthly installments. Thank you in advance
for your support.
FINANCIAL REPORT
FEBRUARY 2015
Sacred Heart School
Monthly Offertory by Week
February 1
$19,887
T
February 8
he annual Sacred Heart school reunion
will be on Saturday, February 21st at the
Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Social hour at
10AM in the parish center will be followed by
Mass at 11AM, celebrated by Fr. Ralph Olek,
SM. Lunch at the Colonnade on Cheshire
Bridge Rd. will include fellowship and old
stories.
All friends, attendees, and
graduates are invited. Contact: Carolyn
Galvin at 770-454-7916 or [email protected]
February 15
February 22
Monthly Electronic Giving
Total Month-to-date
$19,887
Monthly Budget
$80,000
Fiscal Year-to-date Comparisons
Actual Year-to-date
$634,926
Budget thru February 28, 2015
$770,000
Difference Actual vs Budget
($135,074)
GIFT SHOP HOURS
2nd Collection Last Week
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Reunion
$4,614
New hours for the Sacred Heart Gift Shop
are:
 After the 5:30pm Mass on Saturdays
 From 9am-Noon on Sundays
 After the 6:00pm Mass on Sundays
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 Sacred Heart Ministries and Organizations 
ADVISORY
Finance Committee Jerry Robinson
[email protected]
Liturgical Readers Alice Heffernan-Sneed,
404-402-5840
[email protected]
Liturgy Committee Sacristans Parish Council Ushers Alan McGill [email protected]
Rusty Fish
678-836-4549, [email protected]
Stewardship Committee Janet Kinard, [email protected]
Ralph Conti, 404-388-1225
[email protected]
Mike Wazlavek, [email protected]
Wedding Guild Pam McMahon 404-435-5370
Danielle Herrmann 770-778-0095
OUTREACH
AIDS Ministry LITURGY AND FAITH LIFE
Altar Servers (adult and
youth) Mike Jones [email protected]
Mark Stouffer [email protected]
Basilica Principal Choir Billy Krape 404-377-3969
Basilica Children’s Choirs Mallen Zabinski 404-636-1655, [email protected] or Gertrude Tinker Sachs 404-691-6084 [email protected]
Communion Visitation Kelly McEvoy, 404-939-4161
[email protected]
Eucharistic Congress Sandra Sellers 404-915-4969, [email protected]
Extraordinary Ministers of
the Eucharist Bill Schnitzer, [email protected]
Faith Formation Volunteers Alan McGill [email protected]
Flower Guild Lee Doyle, 404-881-1717
[email protected]
Greeters Georgiann Caruso,
[email protected] Joanne Smalley,
[email protected]
Hearts on Fire
(contemporary music
ensemble) John Prevost [email protected]
Ladies’ Altar and Rosary
Society Mia Pond, 404-786-6104
[email protected]
Liturgy of the Hours Prayer
Group Monica Rudolph [email protected]
Cookies for a Cause Claudette Orzech, [email protected] Erin Schneider, [email protected]
Gift of Grace House Ministry Jim and Myra Kucera, 404-355-4313
[email protected]
Habitat for Humanity Gail Ronan 404-288-9883
Haiti Ministry/Sister Parish ServeHaiti Wayne Book [email protected]
Meals on Wheels open
Midtown Assistance Center Jenny Jobson, 404-681-0470
[email protected]
PARISH LIFE
Environment Committee Shelley DeWeese, 404-216-5779 [email protected]
Gift Shop
Susan Foster, [email protected]
Knights of Columbus
Rob Jobson, 404-886-5636
[email protected]
Life After Loss Linda Kelley, [email protected]
New Parishioner Welcome
Committee Valerie Goldston 404-367-1988,
[email protected]
Priest Appreciation
Committee Cindy Jones 404-217-2629
Social Committee Danielle Thompson
[email protected]
MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Acólitos Ana Vargas, 678-516-4868,
[email protected]
Circulo Bíblico Carlos y Lina Monsalve
[email protected]
Coro de la Misa de 1:30 pm Lester Mendiola [email protected]
Lectores Night Shelter Benny Gonzalez, 678-507-8359
Prayer Shawl Ministry Roman Zepeda 404-604-4464
Alonzo Church, 404-577-5617
[email protected]
Lori Conti, [email protected] Teresa Westwood, [email protected]
Prison Ministry (men) Milt Shlapak 404-349-0909
[email protected] (women) Janet Wells 404-303-8050 [email protected]
Respect Life Cathy Weaver, 770-361-8346
[email protected]
St. Vincent de Paul Society Jack Stenger
[email protected]
Thursday Food Distribution Deacon Marino Gonzalez, 404-974-2235 [email protected]
Kelly McEvoy, 404-939-4161
[email protected]
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Ministerio Extraordinario de
la Comunión Pedido de Bautismos
Delta Izaguirre, 404-974-2231
[email protected]
Ujieres Marin Vega 678-764-1734
 Artículos en Español 
proclamado a lo largo de los siglos en la
celebración eucarística para nutrir la fe de los
creyentes. En 1969, la Iglesia católica estableció
un nuevo Leccionario conteniendo los textos
bíblicos que se proclaman en la litúrgia. El
Leccionario contiene un gran número de textos
de la Escritura, organizados de una manera muy
especial a fin de que estos textos sean
proclamados en las misas dominicales y en las
feriales (entre semana). El Leccionario está
organizado de tal manera que si una persona
asiste a misa diariamente durante un período de
tres años, escuchará casi todos los textos de la
Biblia. La proclamación de los Evangelios se
realiza mediante ciclos dominicales. Durante el
Ciclo A, proclamamos el Evangelio de Mateo; el
de Marcos durante el ciclo B y el de Lucas
durante el ciclo C. El Evangelio de san Juan se
proclama durante la Cuaresma y la Pascua. Así
mismo, el capítulo 6 de este Evangelio se
incorpora al Ciclo B, que es el de Marcos. El resto
del Nuevo Testamento se proclama como
segunda lectura, excepto durante la Pascua,
mientras que la primera lectura se proclama
siempre del Antiguo Testamento, excepto
durante la Pascua. No olvidemos el Salmo, que
es una respuesta a la Escritura.
8 de febrero de 2015
Quinto Domingo del
Tiempo Ordinario
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Job declara que la vida en
la tierra es monótona, miserable y triste (Job
7:1-4, 6-7).
Salmo — Alaben al Señor, que sana los
corazones quebrantados (Salmo 147 [146]).
Segunda lectura — Pablo dice que no tienen
otra alternativa sino la de predicar el Evangelio
(1 Corintios 9:16-19, 22-23).
Evangelio — Después de sanar a muchos
enfermos y de expulsar a los demonios, Jesús
predica la Buena Nueva (Marcos 1:29-39).
MINISTERIO DE SANACIÓN
Durante su ministerio, Jesús “curó a muchos
enfermos de diversos males y expulsó a muchos
demonios”. Así es el caso en el Evangelio de
hoy. Jesús cumple la visión del Salmo 147: “Él
sana los corazones destrozados y venda sus
heridas.”
Jesús sabía, sin embargo, que nunca podría
sanar todas las enfermedades del mundo. Por
mucha gente que curara o muchas horas que
dedicara al ministerio, siempre habría más
personas afligidas como Job, ansiosos de su
toque sanador. Su misión principal no era la de
erradicar todo sufrimiento del mundo. Su
“obligación” era predicar la venida del Reino de
Dios que sana, sí, pero en último caso,
trasciende y transforma todo sufrimiento
humano. Con Pablo, Jesús pudiera decir, “Ay de
mí si no anuncio” esa Buena Nueva.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Gn 1:1-19; Sal 104 (103):1-2a, 5-6,
10, 12, 24, 35c; Mc 6:53-56
Martes Gn 1:20 — 2:4a; Sal 8:4-9;
Mc 7:1-13
Miércoles: Gn 2:4b-9, 15-17; Sal 104 (103):12a, 27-28, 29bc-30; Mc 7:14-23
Jueves: Gn 2:18-25; Sal 128 (127):1-5;
Mc 7:24-30
Viernes: Gn 3:1-8; Sal 32 (31):1-2, 5-7;
Mc 7:31-37
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Los textos sagrados que componen lo que
llamamos
Biblia
fueron
coleccionados,
organizados y ordenados durante los primeros
cuatrocientos años del cristianismo. Fue durante
el Concilio de Cartago (Siglo IV), que finalmente
se canonizó (estableció el orden) la Biblia
católica. Los textos sagrados de la Biblia se han
Sábado: Gn 3:9-24; Sal 90 (89):2-6, 12-13;
Mc 8:1-10
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 Calendar at a Glance 
Mass Intentions
Meetings and Events
5th Sunday of Ordinary Time
Sun, 2/8
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm
1:30pm
6:00pm
Mon,
2/9
Tues,
2/10
5th Week
7:00am
12:10pm
7:00am
12:10pm
Wed,
2/11
Thurs,
2/12
7:00am
12:10pm
7:00am
12:10pm
Fri, 2/13
Sat,
2/14
7:00am
12:10pm
9:00am
5:30pm
Pro Populo
Dorothea Jackson (D)
Fr. Paul Burke (I)
William Stewart (D)
Jim Walsh (D)
of Ordinary Time
William Bailey (D)
Jim Harrell (D)
Nancy Jo Mattox (D)
Gail Sewick (I)
William Bailey (D)
Fr. John Ozarowski (D)
Rob Meyers (I)
Domenico Manarin (D)
Sr. Mary Kristen Lancaster
RSM (D)
Bill Terry (D)
Michael Pickering (D)
Fr. John O’Shea (D)
Basilica Choir Warm-up
Welcome Reception
Hispanic Choir Rehearsal
ESL Class
Hispanic Ministry Meeting
Meals on Wheels
Eucharistic Adoration
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Mtg
Sandwich Prep for Outreach
Knights of Columbus Mtg
Prison Ministry
Hearts on Fire Rehearsal
Altar & Rosary Cleaning
Flower Prep
9:30am, OR
11:00am, PH
11:45am, OR
12:30pm, classrooms
2:30pm, PH, C, PR
11:00am, offsite
12:30-1:30pm, C
6:30pm, CR
8:00am, PH, K
7:00pm, PHW
6:30pm,
7:30pm,
6:30pm,
8:00am,
9:00am,
OR
S
OR
C
C
RCIA
Bereavement Support Group
Mardi Gras Party
4:00pm, PR
4:00pm, CR
6:30pm, PH
Prayer Shawl Ministry Mtg
Faith Formation for Children
& Youth
Basilica Choir Warm-up
Hispanic Choir Rehearsal
ESL Class
9:00am, CR
9:15am, 11:15 am, Atrium
Classrooms
9:30am, OR
11:45am, OR
12:30pm, classrooms
6th Sunday of Ordinary Time
Sun,
2/15
Mon,
2/16
Tues,
2/17
Wed,
2/18
Thurs,
2/19
Fri, 2/20
Sat,
2/21
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm
1:30pm
6:00pm
William Alexander (D)
Pro Populo
Jennifer & Robert Schulte (I)
6th Week
7:00am
12:10pm
7:00am
12:10pm
of Ordinary Time
Gustavo Pellon (D)
James Puccetti (D)
7:00am
12:10pm
7:00pm
7:00am
12:10pm
Lucille Pierce (D)
7:00am
12:10pm
William Bailey (D)
Michael Pickering (D)
9:00am
5:30pm
Living & Deceased Members
of Altar & Rosary Society
Prison Ministry
Meals on Wheels
Eucharistic Adoration
Sandwich Prep for Outreach
6:30pm, OR
11:00am, offsite
12:30-1:30pm, C
6:30pm, CR
12:30pm, PH, K
Hearts on Fire Rehearsal
7:30pm, S
Altar & Rosary Cleaning
Flower Prep
Stations of the Cross &
Benediction
Soup Supper
RCIA
Bereavement Support Group
Mardi Gras Party
8:00am, C
9:00am, C
5:30pm, C
Mr. & Mrs. C. Maddelene (D)
Helen Merriss (D)
6:15pm,
4:00pm,
4:00pm,
6:30pm,
PH
PR
CR
PH
Legend:
D=deceased, I=intention
C= Church, PH=both sides Parish Hall, PHE=Parish Hall East side, PHW=Parish Hall West side, K=downstairs kitchen, A=Atrium, CR=Conference Room, OR=Outreach Room,
PR=Piano Room, S=Sacristy

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