Corpus Christi Catholic Church
2350 Augusta Highway
Lexington, South Carolina 29072
Fax: (803) 359-8885
(803) 359-4391
Website: corpuschristisc.org
E-mail: [email protected]
Diocese of Charleston, S.C.
NOVEMBER 1, 2015
Saturday Vigil
5:00 PM
8:00 AM, 11:00 AM
& 5:00 PM
Daily Masses
Monday, Thursday, Friday
8:30 AM
Tuesday—6:30 PM
with Confession from
5:30 PM until 6:20 PM
Wednesday—12:15 PM
Eucharistic Adoration
following Mass with the
Divine Mercy Chaplet at
6:45 PM ending with
Benediction at 7:00 PM
3:30-4:30 PM or
by appointment
Mission Statement
We are one body in Christ and
individually parts of one another.
Vision Statement
To be a community that is nurtured
through the Eucharist and
empowered by the Holy Spirit to
serve God and neighbor.
The Liturgy of the Day
a la Liturgia del Día
On this day set aside to
remember all the saints of the
Lord, we recall that we who live
on this earth today are but one
part of a church that extends
back through the centuries and
forward to the end of time. Just
as many of our churches have
images of saints surrounding
them, we are surrounded by the
communion of saints, whose
lives are a shining example of
encouragement for us.
. En este día que ha sido apartado para
recordar a todos los santos del Señor
traemos a la memoria que nosotros los
que vivimos en esta tierra no somos
más que una parte de una Iglesia que
se remonta a siglos pasados y sigue
adelante hasta el final de los tiempos.
Así como muchas de nuestras iglesias
están rodeadas de imágenes de santos
nosotros estamos rodeados de la
comunión de los santos, cuyas vidas
son un ejemplo resplandeciente de
estímulo para nosotros.
NOVEMBER 1, 2015
Parish Staff—803-359-4391
Rev. Raymond J. Carlo, Pastor — x30
Deacon Dale Palmer — 803-687-3257
Deacon Coleman Parks — [email protected]
Deacon Jack Crocker — [email protected]
Scott Kramer, Director of Faith Formation — x26
Dr. Charles Renick — 803-422-2681
Vicky Reese, Parish Secretary — x22
Gerry Prestia, Director of Operations — x23
Susan Kantra, Director of Finance — x21
Tom Jones, Director of Community Life —x24
Gordon Oswald, Director of Youth Ministry — 803727-5441
Organization/Ministry Contacts
Altar Servers—Fleming [email protected]
Altar Society —Barbara Lux—803359-3377
Apostolate of Healing—Deacon Jack
[email protected]
Assistance Ministry—Maryann
Schaum—359-6927 open Tuesday
thru Friday 9:00 a.m. until Noon.
Food drop-off box available 24-7.
Bible Study —Fran Jones —803-315
CGA (50 plus) - Jeannette
Munnett 803-808-7559 —2nd
Wednesday of each month in the
parish hall starting in September
and ending in May.
Children’s Liturgy—Joan &
Fleming Boineau—803-687-2862
Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP)—
Penny Brown—803-739-8379 or Joan
Patrick 803-449-4031
Christ Renews His Parish Men’s
Retreat—Corbett Lewis–
[email protected]
Eucharistic Adoration—Dan
Goering, Tom Jones—Eucharistic
Adoration following Wednesday—
12:15 P.M. Mass ending with
Benediction at 7:00 P.M.
Finance Council—Wade Fisher
Hispanic Ministry—Claudia Garcia
[email protected] and
Ana Andrew—[email protected]
Knights of Columbus Council—
Craig Viers—
[email protected]—Officers
meet on the 2nd Thursday of the
month at 7:00 p.m. and Council
Members meet 3rd Thursday of the
month at 7:30 p.m. in the parish hall.
K of C 4th Degree—
John Wankowski —
[email protected]—Meet on the
fourth Monday of the month at 7:00
Legion of Mary— Millie Hoerner—
803-657-6798—Meet every Tuesday
at 3:00 p.m. in the parish hall.
Mass Greeters - JoDee Douda– 803359-4897
Men of St. Joseph - Tony Mancini [email protected]
Parish Pastoral Council - Mark
Svrcek [email protected]
Prayer Line—Betty Peterson—
R.C.I.A.—Joshua Gehling—
[email protected]
Respect Life—Dan Goering 803-808-2225
Ushers—Al Stevens— 864-445-1133
Sheila Willems — 803-399-8499—
Meet on the last Monday of the
month at 6:30 p.m. in the parish hall.
Young Family Gathering- Bill &
Kim [email protected]
Youth Ministry—Gordon Oswald 803–727-5441
Please remember—-Contact
information is for Parish use only.
Parish Staff E-Mails
Rev. Raymond J. Carlo, Pastor
[email protected]
Vicky Reese, Parish Secretary
[email protected]
Gerry Prestia, Director of Operations
[email protected]
Susan Kantra, Director of Finance
[email protected]
Scott Kramer, Director of Faith
[email protected]
Tom Jones, Director of Community Life
[email protected]
Gordon Oswald, Director of Youth
Ministry - [email protected]
Dr. Charles Renick, Director of Music
[email protected]
Community Contacts
Birthright of Columbia………....….781-7457
Corpus Christi Assistance Ministry.359-6927
Catholic Charities-Midlands.....855-377-1357
LICS ..216 Harmon St….Lexington..957-6656
[email protected]
His House( dispatch 791-0557).…….957-1052
Hospital and Nursing Home Visits
Due to privacy laws, Father may not
know that you or a family member have
been hospitalized or moved into a
nursing home. Please e-mail the parish
office at [email protected] or call
(803) 359-4391 to let him know.
Family Shelter……...………..……...771-7040
Home Works……………………..…781-4536
Lexington Medical Center………....791-2000
St. Francis Catholic Shop……..…....561-9733
Parents wishing to have their child
baptized must contact the Parish
Office at 359-4391. Baptismal
Preparation is held on the 1st Tuesday
of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the
Old Church. Sponsors are required to
Couples who are planning to get
married in the Church should contact
the Pastor at least 6 months before
their wedding date.
Preparation with Pre-Cana is required.
The sacrament is administered the 2nd
Wednesday of the month during the
12:15 p.m. Mass, and by appointment
with the Pastor.
—R.C.I.A.— Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults
Interested in becoming Catholic? If
so, the R.C.I.A. process is the BEST
place to be. For more information,
please contact Scott Kramer at
[email protected].
Come join us each Wednesday after
the 12:15 p.m. Mass ending with
Benediction at 7:00 p.m. To sign up
for an hour, please call Tom Jones at
359-4391 x24.
Pre-school aged children are welcome
to participate during the Liturgy of the
Word on Sunday at the 11:00 a.m.
Question of the Week?
What can I do this week to
make someone feel that they
belong again to the family of
God’s people?
Mass Intentions &
Scripture Readings
November 1, 2015
Rv 7:2-4, 9-14; Ps 24;
1 Jn 3:1-3; Mt 5:1-12a
Saturday Vigil
5:00 PM
 Jean Briede,
by Cindy, Paul, David, Jenny &
8:00 AM
 Deceased Members of the Legion
of Mary,
by The Corpus Christi Legion of Mary
11:00 AM
For the Parishioners
5:00 PM
 Millie Ledford,
by Douglas Fotia
12:15 PM
Wis 3:1-9; Ps 27 or Ps 103;
Rom 5:5-11 or 6:3-9, Jn 6:37-40
 Deceased Parishioners
6:30 PM
Saint Martin de Porres, religious
Rom 12:5-16b; Ps 131;
Lk 14:15-24
 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Koltuniak,
by James & Susan Koltuniak
12:15 PM
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
Saint Charles Borromeo,
Rom 13:8-10; Ps 112;
Lk 14:25-33
 Loretta Canonico,
by Mr & Mrs. Floyd Vassalotti
Eucharistic Adoration following the
12:15 pm Mass with the Divine
Mercy Chaplet at 6:45 pm and
Benediction at 7:00 pm
Rom 14:7-12; Ps 27; Lk 15:1-10
 Alfred Rauh Jr,
by Kitty Duffy
Rom 15:14-21; Ps 98; Lk 16:1-8
 Ella Pratt,
by The Pratt & Reese Families
Rom 16:3-9, 16, 22-27; Ps 145;
Lk 16:9-15
denotes a deceased intention
NO 8:30 A.M. MASS ON
There will be a Mass of
November 2nd at 12:15 p.m. for
those who passed away this year and
their funeral was at Corpus Christi
Church. All are Invited to attend.
All Saints Day
Service Music:
Glendalough Mass
Entrance Hymn - 853
“All People That On Earth Do Dwell ”
Kyrie - 260
Glory to God - 261
Psalm: Lord, Let Your Mercy
be on Us
Alleluia– 262
Offertory Hymn - 885
“For All the Saints Who’ve
Shown Your Love”
Holy - 263
Gospel Acclamation - 264
Amen - 267
Lamb of God - 269
Communion - Chepponis
“Taste & See the Goodness of the
Recessional Hymn - 884
“All the Saints”
Sunday, November 1, 2015
NO Religious Education K-8
9:15 AM RCIA Class
NO High School Youth
Monday, November 2, 2015
WILL BE A 12:15 PM Mass of
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
Women’s Group Meeting
Knights of Columbus
Assembly Meeting
7:00 PM CC Men's Alcoholic
7-9:00 PM CRHP (MEN’S) -YR
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
3:00 PM Legion of Mary
7:15 PM “Teen Talk Tuesday”
Youth Room
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
12:15 PM Mass—followed by
Eucharistic Adoration
closing with Benediction at
6:00 PM
Middle School Youth
7:00 -9PM CRHP (Christ Renews
His Parish) Women Formation - YR
7:30 PM Men of St. Joseph
Thursday, November 5, 2015
Friday, November 6, 2015
Saturday, November 7, 2015
NOVEMBER 1, 2015
Whether you are a new parishioner or just visiting, we hope you feel welcomed and hope you will join us in
our many parish activities. Registration forms are available in the vestibule, parish office, and online.
Please fill one out, drop it in the collection basket, or return it to the parish office. Office hours are Monday
to Thursday 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. until Noon. Visitor envelopes are in the church vestibule.
We are glad that you have joined us in our celebration today!
Proyecto de Homilía
• Para este católico de cierta
edad (¡sólo revelo que éste
es ya mi séptimo papa!) es
fascinante ver las reacciones
al actual pontificado. La
actitud casual del papa
Francisco en cuanto a los
protocolos de su vestimenta
y de la liturgia alarmó a
algunos tradicionalistas al
principio. Pero pronto mi familia y amistades que
no están involucrados en la Iglesia empezaron a
preguntarme (sin que yo lo provocara): ¿Y qué
crees tú del nuevo papa? Parece ser bien amable (o
afable, humilde, sencillo, etc.)”, ¡como si éstas no
fueran cualidades que deberíamos de esperar en los
líderes de la Iglesia!
• Pero fue la entrevista de Francisco en el vuelo de
regreso a Roma después del Día Mundial de la
Juventud, así como las imágenes televisivas de un
millón de jóvenes orando y festejando en las playas
de Río lo que realmente convirtió a aquellos
familiares y amigos, que habían estado
desinteresados, en verdaderos “fanáticos del Papa”
y en algunos casos hasta se volvieron a
comprometer como católicos. Cuando les
preguntaba: “¿Por qué tanto interés en el Papa (o
en la Iglesia) de buenas a primeras?” su respuesta
era: “Él me hace sentir de nuevo que pertenezco
aquí”. Algunos añadían: “Aun a alguien como yo”.
• ¿No es éste uno de los mensajes del día de Todos
los Santos? Cuando el Apocalipsis nos habla de
“una muchedumbre tan grande, que nadie podía
contarla” y de aquellos “que han pasado por la gran
persecución” incluye, a la larga, a alguien como yo
(7:9, 14). ¡En efecto, somos hijos e hijas de Dios
ahora! Así es que si pudiéramos ayudar a alguien
“que anda por ahí” a darse cuenta de que
“pertenece aquí”, junto al resto de la diversa
muchedumbre de Jesús, que llamamos la comunión
de los santos, las bienaventuranzas no serían sólo
parte del Evangelio de hoy, sino la historia de
nuestra vida.
Pregunta de la Semana
¿Qué puedo hacer esta semana para hacer sentir a
alguien que pertenece de nuevo a la familia del
pueblo de Dios?
Misas en español primer
semestre del 2015
15 de Noviembre a la 1:00pm
12 de Diciembre (Sabado, Dia de Nuestra
Senora de Guadalupe) a la 7:00pm
Hispanic Ministry
Claudia Garcia—[email protected]
Ana Andrew—[email protected]
Los retiros del Vin`edo de Raquel ofrecen un
ambiente confidencial, de apoyo y sin juzgar, donde
las mujeres y los hombres pueden expresar los
sentimientos que han tenido despues de un aborto,
para iniciar el proceso de sanacion.
pro`ximo retiro en Carolina del Sur es para aquellas
personas que hablan español, el 4-6 de diciembre en
comunicarse con Sara al 803-627-1209
November 14th & 15th Bake Sale and Home-made Tamales after all the Masses.
Bake Sale and Home-made Tamales
November 14th & 15th
Delicious homemade Tamales,
Flan and Desserts “to go”
Available in the vestibule of the church after
all the Masses on November 14th & 15th.
NOVEMBER 1, 2015
Corpus Christi Life Chain
On Sunday, October 25th from 2-3:00 p.m.
members of Corpus Christi stood on both sides
of Augusta Hwy. to give a voice to the Aborted
Children - the Voiceless. In
silence they held
expressing their concerns
for the aborted children
and victims of abortion.
Let us continue to pray for
all the victims of abortion,
children, mothers, fathers,
society. We all suffer.
All donations and proceeds fund
Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast
Including the Mariachi band.
This Feast Day is celebrated on Saturday,
December 12th with the 7 p.m. Mass and
reception to follow in the Parish Hall.
Welcome All!
November Natural Family Planning Sessions
Are you looking to manage your fertility naturally and safely? Are you
looking for a family planning system that actually helps to bond
your marriage and is morally acceptable? Are you looking for a
solution to infertility and women's health issues? Learn about the
Creighton Model Fertility Care System and NaProTechnology. Couples
can plan and space their children effectively with ease using modern
natural methods of family planning. Modern natural methods of family
planning are effective to avoid pregnancy as any other method of family
planning, respects life from the moment of conception, and is a healthy
alternative for health-conscious women.
Creighton Model Fertility Care Services featuring NaProTechnology
also offer couples who are experiencing infertility the hope of achieving
pregnancy while following the teachings of the church. Below are a
few upcoming introductory sessions:
November 5 - St. Joseph (Columbia)
registration required - 7:00pm
November 6 - Our Lady of the Hills (Columbia)
registration required, Childcare available - 10:15am
November 12 - St. Joseph (Columbia)
registration required - 7:00pm
Want more information or need to register? Please contact Kelli Ball,
Diocesan NFP Coordinator, at [email protected] or 803-807-0158.
Birthright of Columbia
USC Nursing Students
Will be hosting a Baby Shower for
Birthright clients, and Teen Moms from
the Nurturing Center and local area High Schools. Various
donations are needed:
Baby Lotion, Baby Wipes, Baby Wash, Diapers, Diaper
Ointment, Crib Sheets, Onesies, Sleepers.
The Baby Shower is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 4th 1:00 –
3:00 p.m. at the Birthright office located at 1405 Gregg
Street. These are much needed items for Mom and Baby,
more importantly; they convey a message of hope.
To make a donation or obtain more information contact
Hank Chardos at (803) 543-8144 or via email
[email protected]
NO Religious Education or High School Youth Group ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST.
All High Students are invited to join us TEEN TALK TUESDAY @ 7:15 PM in the Youth Room located in the Parish Office
NOVEMBER 1, 2015
Returning a portion of what has been freely given.
Home Works Project A Huge Success!
Offertory October 25, 2015........$12,109.00
Last Saturday, on a comfortable autumn day, members of our High School
Youth Group and Confirmation Class, as well as adult volunteers from
Corpus Christi, joined forces with youth and adult volunteers from Gilbert
United Methodist Church and First Nazareth Baptist Church of Columbia
to help bring hope and love to a family in need of home repairs and
Second Collection—Church Renovation $1,526.30
Offertory October 18, 2015........$16,348.14
Second Collection—World Missions $1,538.00
Available Banking Online through your Bank and
Online Giving is available
on Corpus Christi’s website
Knights of Columbus Memorial Mass for
Deceased Brother Knights
On Thursday, November 5th at 7:00 p.m.
The Knights would like to extend a special
invitation to the family and friends of our
deceased Brother Knights to join them as
we remember our Brothers in prayer.
Thank you to everyone who made this day possible, from the over 50
volunteers who worked on the home inside and out, to the Knights of
Columbus and the Corpus Christi Women’s Group who provided lunch!
The homeowners were very grateful and overjoyed with the work and love
shown by our Christian community.

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