scripture readings for the week of the trinity


scripture readings for the week of the trinity
Saturday, October 10 28TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
4-5:00 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation – Church
5:15 PM
MASS (+ Walter and Mary Boyer)
7:00 PM
MASS/Spanish (Parishioners)
Sunday, October 11 Knights of Columbus M’ship Drive W/E
6-8:45 AM
Hispanic St.Emmaus Pryr Grp–Seb. Chapel & AC
8:00 AM
MASS (- Special Intention) Rosary 7:30
9:15-10:30AM Children and Adult Faith Formation
9:30 AM
First Reconciliation Meeting – Holy Family Hall
11:00 AM
MASS (+ M/M Francesco Mancino) Rosary 10:30
1:00 PM
MASS/Spanish (+ Candelaris Santacruz Martinez)
2:30 PM
Hispanic Young Adults – Activity Center
4-7:00 PM
Hickory Orthodox Mission – Seb. Chapel & Parlor
5:15 PM
LIFETEEN MASS (Parishioners) Life Night
Monday, October 12
9:00 AM
MASS (+ Joseph & Anna Kleya) Sebastian Chapel
12:00 PM
Alcoholics Anonymous (Monday-Friday) Act. Center
6:00 PM
Family Life - Parlor
7:00 PM
Boy Scouts – Holy Family Hall
7:00 PM
Hispanic Saturday Choir – Music Room
Tuesday, October 13
9:00 AM
MASS (+ Madeline La Combe) Sebastian Chapel
10:00 AM
Scripture Study - Parlor
5:45-6:45PM Men’s Cursillo – Parlor
6-8:00 PM
Hispanic St. Tomas – Holy Family Hall
6:45 PM
Catholic Scripture Study – Video Room
7:00 PM
Sunday Choirs Practice – Music Room
7:00 PM
ARK Team – Life Teen Office
7:00 PM
Cenacle Prayer Group – Sebastian Chapel
7:00 PM
Hispanic Youth Team - Parlor
7:00 PM
Hispanic Meeting - Church
Wednesday, October 14
9:30 AM
Christian Mothers’ Young Moms – VR,N,Church
1-2:30 PM
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd - Nursery
1-3:00 PM
Women’s Bible Study – Video Room
4:30-5:45 PM K-6 Faith Formation
4:30 PM
First Reconciliation Meeting – Holy Family Hall
5:15 PM
MASS (Kathy Rutherford) Church Rosary 4:45
5:45-7:00 PM Hispanic Children’s Choir – Sebastian Chapel
6-7:00 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation - Church
6:30 PM
CORE Meeting – Lower Level
6:45-8:15PM EDGE – Holy Family Hall
7:00 PM
RCIA - Parlor
7:00 PM
Hispanic Sunday Choirs – Music Room
7:00 PM
Hispanic Eucharistic Ministers - Church
Thursday, October 15
9:00 AM
MASS (+ Emma Lou Pratte) Sebastian Chapel
5:00 PM
Hispanic Altar Servers – Church
6:30 PM
Newcomers Dinner – Holy Family Hall
7:00 PM
Charismatic Prayer Group – Sebastian Chapel
7:00 PM
Hispanic RICA – Lower Level
Friday, October 16
12:10 PM
MASS (+ Scott M.Horowitz) Church Chaplet/Mercy
Saturday, October 17
10:00 AM
Protecting God’s Children - Video Room
4-5:00 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation – Church
5:15 PM
MASS (+ Loretta Hammond)
5-6:30 PM
Hispanic Youth – Lower Level
6-7:00 PM
Flu Shot Clinic – Holy Family Hall
7:00 PM
MASS/Spanish (Parishioners)
6-8:45 AM
Hispanic St.Emmaus Pryr Grp–Seb. Chapel & AC
8:00 AM
MASS (Parishioners) Rosary 7:30
9-11,2:30-4:30 Flu Shot Clinic – Holy Family Hall
9:15-10:30AM Children and Adult Faith Formation
11:00 AM
MASS (+ Michael Kryszczuk) Rosary 10:30
1:00 PM
MASS/Spanish (+ Eddy Miller)
2:30-3:30PM Life Chain – Highway 70
5:15 PM
LIFETEEN MASS(+Edward&JeanLamonica)LifeNight
OCTOBER 11, 2015
We received ten applications for our Director of Youth
Ministry position. I am a member of the search
committee along with Kellie Light, Deacon Bill
Schreiber, Fran Herfurth, Jennifer Dufour, Jennifer
Geiger, Monica Ebelhack, and Rocky Reid. The search committee
conducted an initial interview with four candidates on Monday,
September 28. The search has been narrowed to three candidates.
The committee will conduct a final interview and we plan to select
the most qualified candidate by the end of October. Many
thanks to Kellie Light and the search committee members for their
tremendous effort during the interview process. The Family Life
Commission has scheduled our third annual Valentine’s Party for
Saturday, February 13 from 6:30-11:00 PM at Lake Hickory
Country Club. Please save that date and plan to join our parish
community for a fun time with fellowship, fine food and dancing.
Special thanks to everyone that attended the Stewardship
Discernment Forum. We are in the process of creating a culture of
stewardship that will assist our parish in serving as an exceptional
steward of the gifts God has graciously bestowed upon us.
- Sincerely Yours in Christ, Fr. Larry LoMonaco
Hickory’s annual Life Chain National is rescheduled next Sunday,
October 18th; the time of 2:30-3:30 PM is the same. Our parish’s
participation is greatly needed to be a visible support for Right to
Life. Meet near the LifeWay Christian Store on Highway 70. This is
a silent stand where various churches will come together in prayer.
REMINDER: Don’t forget to return to Pregnancy Care Center the
baby bottles with your donation before October 30th. Another
option is for you to return them to our parish office during office
hours. Questions? Please call Mary O’Brien at 397-8610.
Mary Beth Cox, Mary Propst, Glenn West, Diane McDonald, Bert
Thurnau, Bernard Bednarski, Caroline E. Price, Thomas Hicks,
Jane Clarizio, Karen Miller, Kathy Rutherford, Cameron Crisp,
Barbara Belcher, Lisa Cleaver, Roger Stewart, Mario Simoncioni,
Diane Stewart-Currie, Carmela Fazio, Mike & Theresa Bennett,
William Taylor, Ron Cameron, Olin Treadway, Grace Kohrs, Joe
Caruso, Mary Cooney, Dick Sweeney, Mya M. Nguyen, Dick
Sweeney, Evelyn Showfety, Pat Sigmon, Gloria Croce, George
Bowman, Michael Lella, Jr., John Stuckey, William Kelly, Pat &
Frank von Drehle, Don LeCompte, James Stonemetz, Maureen
Draver, Morgan Menzyk, Sean Powers, Craig Cole, Joseph
Bachofner, Cora Woodend, Lynn McCain, and those listed on our
Prayer Sheet on the hallway bulletin board.
FOR THE REPOSE OF THE SOUL: We pray for the repose of
the soul of Brian Swajkoski, of our parish, who passed away
October 5th.
October 3/4, 2014 - Offertory $18,291.38
Priests’ Retirement YTD $15,926.57 GOAL $38,887.68
Thank you!
Next weekend we celebrate World Mission Sunday. Every day,
faithful missionaries are reaching out in the name of Christ, offering
practical emotional and spiritual care to communities, children and
families in desperate need, bringing the light of Christ to the darkest
of circumstances. A second collection will be taken up. Please use
the envelope in your monthly mailing or a plain envelope and
clearly mark your donation and name. Thank you!
Please note: Bulletin announcements for
October 18th and 25th
are due tomorrow - Monday, Oct. 12th
at 12:00 Noon. Thank you!!!!
Rite Aid will be offering a flu shot clinic in Holy Family Hall
next weekend: Saturday, October 17th from 6:00-7:00 PM;
Sunday, October 18th from 9:00-11:00 AM and 2:30-4:30 PM. The
flu shots will be free with $0 Copay if you have one of the following
insurances: Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC, Aetna, Cigna,
United Health Care, and Tricare. If you are not covered by one of
these, the cost is $25 in cash.
The annual Day of Reflection will be held on Wednesday,
October 21st at the Catholic Conference Center. Msgr. Mauricio
West will be our presenter. The day will begin with check-in and
refreshments at 10:00 AM. After a morning program, lunch will be
from 12:00 to 1:00 PM with the afternoon program following. Mass
will be at 2:20 PM. The cost for Supreme Timers is $10.00; all
other Seniors attending will pay $15.00. Contact Julie Esposito at
294-0794 if you have any questions.
The Catawba County Backpack Program needs volunteers to
help pack weekly food bags at the following times each month:
2nd Sundays 4-5PM, 3rd Sundays 2-3PM, 3rd Wednesdays 6:457:30PM, and 4th Sundays 4-5PM. The location is across from
Cooperative Christian Ministry (26 – 1st Avenue S.E.) Please call
Amanda Freeland at 695-5648 for more information and to let her
know in advance when you can help. While they would appreciate
anyone willing to be there all four times each month, they would
happily accept anyone willing to do just one!
In today’s Gospel Jesus challenges us to live as God calls us to,
not the world. Have you allowed the world’s way to detract from
your marriage? The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter
weekends are Nov. 6-8 in Atlantic Beach, NC and Feb. 5-7, 2016
in Asheville, NC. Early sign up is highly recommended. For more
info visit our website at: or contact us
at [email protected] or call 704-315-2144.
Altar flowers this weekend are donated by
Bob and Lucy Kearns in gratitude for blessings!
1st Reading – Isaiah 53:10-11
Responsorial - Psalm 33
2nd Reading - Hebrews 4:14-16
Gospel – Mark 10:35-45
A kindergarten teacher gave her class a “show and tell”
assignment. Each student was instructed to bring in an object to
share with the class that represented their religion. The first student
got up in front of the class and said, “My name is Benjamin. I am
Jewish and this is the Star of David.” The second student got up in
front of the class and said, “My name is Mary. I am a Catholic and
this is a Rosary.” The third student got up in front of the class and
said, “My name is Tommy. I am Baptist and this is a casserole.”
Venimos ante el Señor a darle gracias por su bondad. Dejemos que nuestro
canto alegre se oiga fuerte para que inspire a todos los que escuchen.
En el Evangelio de hoy, Jesús pide al joven rico que regale todo lo que
tiene con el fin de poseer un tesoro en el cielo. Pero el joven es incapaz
de liberarse de sus presesiones, y se aleja con tristeza. ¿Lo que yo poseo
me impide seguir a Jesús?
Formación de Fe
Por favor marque sus calendarios:
La junta con los padres de familia para el
Sacramento de la Reconciliación serán: El
Domingo, 11 de Octubre, 9:30-10:30am, en el
salón de la Sagrada familia (solo en Ingles).
Miércoles, 14 de Octubre, 4:45-5:30, en el Salón de la Sagrada
Familia (Bilingüe). No hay clases de Formación de Fe el domingo
25 o el Miércoles 28 (Los grados del Kinder al octavo Grado.
Del escritorio del Padre Larry,
Hemos recibido diez solicitudes para el Director de la Pastoral Juvenil.
Yo soy miembro del comité de búsqueda junto con Kellie Ligth, diácono
Bill Schreiber, Fran Herfurth, Jennifer Dufour, Jennifer Geiger, Mónica
Ebelhack y Ricky Reid. El comité de búsqueda realizó una entrevista
inicial con cuatro candidatos el lunes, 28 de septiembre. La búsqueda se
ha reducido a tres candidatos. La comisión llevará a cabo una entrevista
final y tenemos planes para seleccionar al candidato más calificado, para
fines de octubre. Muchas gracias a Kellie Ligth y a los miembros de la
comisión de búsqueda, por su tremendo esfuerzo durante el proceso de la
entrevista. La Family Life Commission esta organizando en su tercer año
consecutivo la celebración del día de San Valentín para el Sábado, 13 de
febrero de 6:30-11:00pm en Lake Hickory Country Club. Por favor,
guarde la fecha y el planee asistir junto con nuestra comunidad parroquial
de un momento de diversión con compañerismo, buena comida y baile.
Agradecimiento especial a todos los que asistieron al Foro Stewardship
discernimiento. Estamos en el proceso de crear una de administración
fuerte de Stewardship que ayude a nuestra parroquia para servir como una
excepcional administración de los dones que Dios ha derramado sobre
En cristo, Fr. Larry LoMonaco
Clínica de Vacuna para la Gripe
Se llevara acabo una clínica de vacunas contra la
gripe el Sábado, 17 de Octubre de las 6 a 7pm y
Domingo, 18 de Octubre de 9 a 11am y de 2:30 a
4:30pm en el Salón de la Sagrada familia. La
vacuna no tendrá costo con los siguientes seguro: Medicare, Blue
Cross Blue Shield of NC, Aetna, Cigna, United Health Care y
Tricare. Si no tiene seguro el costo por la vacuna es de $25.00.
Adoración Perpetua
El inmenso sacrificio que nuestro Señor Jesús hizo por nosotros, al
morir en la cruz, no se puede comparar con nada. ¿Cómo es que
nosotros podemos pagarle un poco, de su sacrificio? Tal vez
convirtiéndonos en soldados de oración ¿Por qué no pasar una hora
la semana con él? Si tu siente en su corazón que quieres pasar
tiempo con Jesús, por favor ponte en contacto con Dave y Melanie
[email protected] o visite nuestra pagina parroquial al La capilla siempre esta
en necesidad de dos Adoradores por hora. Pero por ahora la
necesidad inmediata es en las siguientes horas: Lunes de 3-4pm
¡Gracias y que Dios los bendiga!
OCTOBER 11, 2015
Open to all High-School Students every Sunday evening
from 6:30pm until 8:30pm
Playing House: This night will emphasize the
foundational nature of chastity to our vocation and
provide the Church’s teaching on cohabitation.
First Reconciliation Parent Meetings
Sunday, October 11, 9:30-10:30 AM, Holy Family Hall (English)
Wednesday, October 14, 4:45-5:30 PM, Holy Family Hall (Bilingual)
Fall Break
NO Faith Formation classes on Sunday, October 25 or
Wednesday, October 28 (Kindergarten through 8th Grade)
Persona Christi: This night is to define and affirm the
priesthood and help the teens to discern their vocation.
It will also affirm any young men who feel they may
have a calling to the priesthood and encourage them to
continue to explore that calling.
Life Nights: Kicking Up Dust (The Deaconate)
The Bridegroom Says Come (Consecrated Life)
Trunk or Treat October 30th 6:00pm-8:00pm.
Come have a fun night with the parish!
You can find information for St. Aloysius Life Teen on
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube! Follow us
@StAloysiusLT and just search for St. Aloysius Life
Teen on Facebook and YouTube!
October is St. Aloysius' month to collect toiletries and personal
need items for the Salvation Army Homeless Shelter. The trial
sizes available of toothpaste, deodorant, soap and such are the
perfect size for those who are at the Shelter. Also, any other
personal need items such as disposable razors, feminine hygiene
items, toothbrushes, mouthwash, floss, and ponchos are welcome
as well. Please put your donations in the plastic blue container
across from the restrooms. Thanks for helping your brothers and
sisters in need!
The Knights of Columbus annual fruit sale fundraiser begins
this weekend. The Knights are once again taking orders for your
favorite selections of fresh, sweet, crisp Rio Grande Valley
oranges, grapefruits and clementines as well as mixed fruit boxes.
The fruit is expected to be delivered the first week of December.
Order forms are located under the bulletin board by the office
hallway. For more information or to place an order, call Eric Ruffner
at 324-2917. We thank everyone for your continued support of the
Knights and their work.
Thank you to…
for sponsoring an ad in our weekly bulletin.
Faith Formation Parents & Guardians
For Safety Reasons, classroom doors are locked 5 minutes
after class begins. If you are late, please come to the Faith
Formation Office.
Also, because of Safe Environment
Policies, parents are not permitted to wait in the hallways
outside of their child’s room during class time. Remember:
Only 5 absences are allowed for the entire year. Please
make your child’s attendance at Faith Formation a priority.
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a Montessori based,
experiential program for children. The catechists need to be
specifically trained and they prepare an atrium to help the children
in their faith development. We are very excited to be able to
offer this program for our 3 to 6 year olds. Catechesis of the
Good Shepherd begins on Wednesday, October 14, and will meet
from 1:00 to 2:30 PM in the Nursery building. Space is limited!
We are only able to accommodate 12 to 14 children. We have only
6 spaces remaining. If you would like your child to participate,
please call Monica Ebelhack at 327-2341. The cost is $25 for the
year and follows the Wednesday Faith Formation schedule.
R.C.I.A. is available to anyone who wants to learn more about the
Catholic faith, either non-baptized, baptized in a different faith
tradition, or baptized Catholic with no further faith formation. You
may just want to come and sit in for two or three sessions at first,
just to see what it’s about. That’s great – drop in, no obligation, no
commitment, your presence is all that’s required at first. We meet
on Wednesday evenings from 7:00–8:15 in the Parlor. This
Wednesday’s topic is: “Sacred Scripture.” If you would like more
information, please call Monica Ebelhack at 327-2341.
In her new series, “The Ten Commandments: Laws of the Heart”,
Sr. Joan Chittister, OSB, encourages us to pause and examine how
we are living our Christian Faith. Today’s lesson is Commandment
4: The Law of Caring. “Honor your Father and your Mother.”
Exodus 20:12. We’re asked by the Fourth Commandment to look
again at the way we care for those who, having gone before us,
showed us the way. Join us as we continue the Series, What are
the Ten Commandments? / Laws of the Heart by Sr. Joan
Chittister. The prayer, lesson and discussion take place in the
Parlor at 9:15-10:30 Sunday mornings.

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