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July 10, 2016
Saint Eugene Parish ~ Parroquia de San Eugenio
Saint Eugene Catholic Church
72 Culvern Street
Asheville, NC 28804
Phone: 828-254-5193
Office Hours:
9:00am-4:00pm Monday-Friday
Fax: 828-254-5797
If you have a Sacramental Emergency after
office hours, please dial:
Emergency Cell: 828-231-8645
Email: chur [email protected] g
Website: www.steugene.or g
Facebook: St. Eugene Catholic Chur ch
Asheville Catholic School
Catholic Campus Ministry
UNC-A
Catholic Charities
Parish Pastoral Council
Tracey Barnes, Chair
[email protected]
828-252-7896
828-226-3809
828-255-0146
828-582-0536
Mass Schedule
Sunday:
8:30 & 11:00am English
1:30pm Spanish
Saturday Vigil: 5:30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 8:00am
Thursday:
8:00am Communion Service
Friday:
9:00am
Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction:
Every Friday when school is in session from
10:00am - 12:00 Noon
Rosary: First & Third Monday of every month
at 7:00pm, every Wednesday following the 8am
Mass and every Friday at 8:30am
Reconciliation: Saturday 4:00-5:00pm
WELCOME!!
We are glad you are worshiping
with us and would like to help you
any way we can. Please call or stop
by the Parish Office so we may
meet and greet you in a personal
way. We encourage you to register
with us soon. Registration forms
can be obtained from the Parish
Office or in the Narthex.
FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
July 10, 2016
Excuses, Excuses
If you get pulled over for speeding, you might have several
excuses to use, but did you ever say that you didn't know you
had to obey the speed limit? As the saying goes, ignorance of
the law is no excuse. That is what Moses is telling the people in
the first reading. The laws of God are not difficult to understand.
Anyone with a conscience should be able to live with them.
By the time of Jesus, the scribes and Pharisees had added
many more laws. The scholar who questioned Jesus about eternal life knew what was important: loving God with all your being and loving your neighbor as yourself. If He had stopped
there, He would have been all right. But by asking "Who is my
neighbor?" He implied that there are limits to love. That's why
Jesus used the parable of the good Samaritan to show that love
is as simple as helping someone in need.
Even today, we find people making excuses for not doing
what God asks of us. We want someone else to interpret it for
us, hoping they will find a loophole we can use to ignore God's
commands. We judge people who need help, saying they choose
to be poor or homeless. We say that between work and family
obligations, we have no time to give to the community. We sign
our kids up for so many sports that we don't even go to church
on Sundays. We always have time to watch our favorite TV
shows, but there's never enough time for daily prayers.
Before you start beating yourself up with guilt, remember
that God expects us to take care of our families, to spend time
with our children, and even to take time to rest and relax. If we
are willing to look at our lives and bring them to God, asking for
guidance, we are making the first steps to keep God's law of
love. Even Jesus, whom Paul describes in the second reading as
the image of God and source of all creation, had to die on the
cross to show God's love to the world. Jesus understands the
difficult choices we make. Ask for His help and you shall receive.
Tom Schmidt, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
July 10, 2016
Saint Eugene Catholic Church
Rev. Patrick Cahill, Pastor
[email protected]
Ext. 15
THE WEEK AHEAD
Rev. Dr. Michael Zboyovski, Deacon Ext. 20
Pastoral Associate to Sick & Homebound
[email protected]
Staff
Mechelle Kobar, Administrative Asst.
[email protected]
Ext. 14
Tracy Jedd, Coordinator of Elementary Ext. 21
Faith Formation & EDGE
[email protected]
Carole Marrs, Music Director
[email protected]
Ext. 18
Andrea Robles-Leon, Youth Minister
[email protected]
Ext. 30
Fr. Doug May, Maryknoll
Mission Education & Promotion
[email protected]
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(914) 419-3858
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Dt 30:10-14; Ps 69:14, 17, 30-31, 33-34, 36-37;
or Ps 19:8-11; Col 1:15-20; Lk 10:25-37
Monday:
Is 1:10-17; Ps 50:8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23;
Mt 10:34 -- 11:1
Tuesday:
Is 7:1-9; Ps 48:2-8; Mt 11:20-24
Wednesday: Is 10:5-7, 13b-16; Ps 94:5-10, 14-15;
Mt 11:25-27
Thursday: Is 26:7-9, 12, 16-19; Ps 102:13-14ab, 15-21;
Mt 11:28-30
Friday:
Is 38:1-6, 21-22, 7-8; Is 38:10-12abcd, 16;
Mt 12:1-8
Saturday:
Mi 2:1-5; Ps 10:1-4, 7-8, 14; Mt 12:14-21
Sunday:
Gen 18:1-10a; Ps 15:2-5; Col 1:24-28;
Lk 10:38-42
Sunday:
SACRAMENTS OF BAPTISM AND MARRIAGE
Because of the important community nature of the
celebrations of Baptism and Marriage in the church,
interested parties are expected to make advanced
arrangements to allow for appropriate preparation programs
to be completed. For Baptism, at least two months and for
Marriage, at least six months notice is required. Thank you!
Please call Parish Office.
MASS INTENTIONS
If you would like to dedicate a Mass for someone, it may be
scheduled either by stopping by the parish office or calling.
Since a Mass Stipend is truly an offering, the amount is
entirely up to the individual scheduling the intention. The
only insight we can offer is that the average stipend is
approximately $10.00 per scheduled Mass. The offering is
truly up to you. Consideration: A Mass stipend is not
required, rather it is a customary offering to the Priest. The
spiritual value is in the Mass itself. The inability to offer a
stipend should never deter someone from scheduling a Mass.
Saturday, July 9
12:00pm 25th Anniversary Celebration - C
2:00pm Wedding - C
4:00pm Reconciliation - RR
5:30pm Mass/Marianne Jerabek †- C
5:30pm Hijos de Maria Santísima/Lideres - SEYH
7:00pm Grupo de Oración Hijos de Maria Santísima - C
Sunday, July 10
8:30am Mass/Shirley Rhoads † - C
9:45am Peace & Justice - Rm.2
11:00am Mass/Helen Horan †- C
3:00pm ESL - Rm.2
Monday, July 11
8:00am Mass/A nne Horner - ASC
3:30pm SSL - Rm.2, P
5:00pm SSL - Rm.2
6:00pm Cursillo de Mujeres - SH
6:00pm Baptism Class in Spanish - SEYH
6:00pm Society of St. Vincent de Paul - P
6:00pm SSL - Rm.2
Tuesday, July 12
8:00am Mass/Esther Laugen †- ASC
11:00am ESL– Rm.2
6:00pm Bereavement Ministry - P
Wednesday, July 13
8:00am Mass/Karl Schaettle † - C
8:30am Recitation of the Rosary - C
9:45am Women’s Guild Meeting - SH,K
6:00pm SSL - Rm.2, P
7:00pm Coro - C
Thursday, July 14
8:00am Communion Service - ASC
8:30am Faith Sharing - P
9:30am Funeral Pall - Rm.2
10:00am Bible Study Group - SEYH
6:30pm Cursillos de Mujeres - P
7:00pm Cursillos de Hombres - SEYH
Friday, July 15
8:30am Rosary - CC
9:00am Mass/Boyer Family - C
11:00am ESL - Rm.2
Saturday, July 16
12:00pm Baptisms in Spanish - C
4:00pm Reconciliation - RR
5:30pm Mass/W illiam Ippolito †- C
5:30pm Hijos de Maria Santísima/Lideres - SEYH
7:00pm Grupo de Oración Hijos de Maria Santísima - C
ACS-Asheville Catholic School ASC-All Saints Chapel C-Church
CC-Children’s Chapel CR-Conference Room GP-Gathering Plaza
GS-Gathering Space K-Kitchen SEY-St. Eugene Youth SEYH-St. Eugene
Youth House N-Nursery P-Parlor RR-Reconciliation Room SH-Social Hall
July 10, 2016
Saint Eugene Catholic Church
WORLD WAR II AND/OR
KOREAN WAR VETERANS
On September 24, 2016 Blue Ridge Honor Flight will
be participating in the 500th charter Honor Air-Flight
(flown by US Air/American Airlines). This will be the
10th anniversary since the first Honor Air Flight out of
Asheville, NC.
Applications are being accepted from any World War
II Veterans (who have not gone on an Honor AirFlight), and especially Korean War Veterans (19501955) who were in country (Korea) or supported the
Korean War.
Applications and contact information will be available
after each Mass from Saint Eugene Military Ministry
and/or on the website www.blueridgehonorflight.com
Guardian applications are available (spouses cannot go
as guardians, but other family members would be
eligible).
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To the following people who recently registered:
Michael & Katie Smith
Kathie Briggs
William & Abagail Serge
THEOLOGY ON TAP
Theology on Tab for Catholics in their 20’s and 30’s
every 3rd Tuesday of the month 6:30 pm at Mojo
Kitchen (55 College Street, AVL). Come for an evening full of faith, fellowship, and dynamic speakers.
Feel free to bring non-Catholic friends! Please see our
website for more details concerning speakers
(www.fb.com/totavl). We are now partnering with St.
Eugene to offer childcare during our monthly events.
Kids can be dropped off at 6:00pm. A $2 donation is
asked per child. Please RSVP at
theology.on. [email protected] to reserve your
child’s spot.
2016 IMPORTANT DATES
July 10th – 11:00am Bi-Lingual, No 1:30pm Mass
July 17th – 11:00am Bi-Lingual, No 1:30pm Mass
July 24th – 11:00am Bi-Lingual, No 1:30 pm Mass
July 31st – 11:00am Bi-Lingual, No 1:30pm Mass
July 24th – August 1st – World Youth Day Pilgrimage in Poland
August 7th – NORMAL MASS SCHEDULE: 8:30, 11:00, 1:30
September 11th – 11:00am Bi-Lingual, Parish Picnic, No 1:30pm Mass
September 18th – 9:45-10:45am and 5:00-7:00pm Faith Formation Begins
December 3rd – 10:30am – First Reconciliation
December 11th – 1:30pm – Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration
December 17th – 7:00pm – La Posada
December 24th – 4:00, 6:30, 9:30 Christmas Eve Masses
December 25th – 10:00am, 12:00noon Spanish
December 31st – 4:00pm – Vigil Mass, No 5:30pm
January 1st – 8:30am, 11:00am, 1:30 Spanish
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PLEASE PRAY FOR: Liz Aiello, Tonya Ar gueillo,
Rosemarie Ball, Joan Birmingham, Josh Brown, Ray
ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PRAYER LIST 2016
Let us pray for all those who serve our country
& Brenda, Browne, Nathan and Sandy Buchanan, Jim
in the Military at home and abroad, and their
& Jeanne Bucher, Elizabeth Buckley, Gary Collins,
families:
Kathie Coltellino, Karen Corbett, Olga Deubel, Nick
Derchak, Jennifer Faulstich, Austen Faulstich, Anne
SCPO – Bruce Bartlett – Navy – Kings Bay, Ga.
Fitzgerald-Smith, Michael Fleming, Jeannie Gleason,
Capt – Kent England – Army – USA
Bill & Mary Hayes, Margaret Irwin, John Kampmans,
Maj – Michael E. Korte – Army – USA
Tommy Knapp, Grace Knutelsky, Allison Kobar,
HM2 – Theresa Kuster – Navy – Jacksonville, Fl.
Martha Kobar, Kristin Kraft, Tonya Kriezel, Jon &
1st Lt – Tara Rosa Matchulat – Army – Kuwait
CDR – Dr. Timothy Mattison – USA
Cristy Ledford, Maureen Lewis, Aidan Luckadoo,
LCDR – Dr. Parnell Mattison – USA
Lisa Mason, Brigid McCarthy, Jack Mitchel, Leonard
LtCol – Jon Christian McDaniel – Camp LeJeune, NC
& Kathy Moon, Allen Moore, Fran Naeger, Tom
Midshipman - Krysta Przestrzelski – Naval Academy
Pena, Jan Perrigeaux, Brandon Pruitt, Rick Raube,
MSgt – Joe Quigley - USA
Joette Reid, Knobby Riedy Jr., Ashliegh Riddle, John
SPC – Patrick Seeling – Army – Afghanistan
Riddle, Jonathon Riddle, Sara Riddle, Kevin Roberts,
Shawn Sinclair – Army – Fort Bragg, NC
LCpl - J ar r od Stoodley - Marine, F-35, Edwards AFB, CA
John Schantz, Lillie Simons, Fred Spuhler, Doug &
ENS – Peter Vizzini – Navy
Lyn Stoodley, Emily Student, Jim Torpey, Joshua
Maj – Chris Wagar – Germany
Townsend, Anne Tremblay, Maudeb Vandermeer,
Joyce Vidal-Williams, Julianne Watson, Jeanne
Werth, Rob Weed, Ben & Sam Wilde, and Ronnie
Williams.
Ministerio Hispano
Padre Patrick Cahill, Pastor 828 254-5193 ext.15, [email protected]
Antonio Garcia, Diocesan Hispanic Ministry, 828 333-5120, [email protected]
Misa en Español Todos los Domingos de 1:30pm Confesiones todos los Sábados de 4:00pm- 5:00pm
Estamos muy contentos de llegar hacia usted por medio del presente boletín. Su participación es muy importante e imprescindible. Le
pedimos por favor registrarse en nuestra parroquia. Usted puede acercarse en cualquier momento a la oficina y llenar la registración.
Servicios Parroquiales
Formación de la Fe.-Para niños de 4 años a 5- grado llamar a
Andrea Robles León, 828 254-5193 ext: 30 o Tracy Jedd, 828 254
-5193 ext: 21
Platicas para el Bautismo: Par a mas infor mación llamar a
Martha Gonzales, 828 450-7835
Primera Comunión: Par a niños de 1 y 2 gr ado llamar a
Andrea Robles León, 828 254-5193 ext: 30 o Tracy Jedd, 828
254-5193 ext: 21
Confirmación: Par a jóvenes de 8 y 9 gr ado Llamar a Andrea Robles León, 828 254-5193 ext: 30 o Tracy Jedd, 828 2545193 ext: 21
Para Quinceañeras y Matrimonios: Llamar Andr ea Robles
León, 828 254-5193 email: [email protected]
Para matrimonios se tiene que llamar con 6 meses de
anticipación.
Para alguna otra información que no se dio por favor llame a
Andrea Robles León 828 254-5193 email: [email protected]
Los Ministerios Hispanos en esta Parroquia:
Nuestra vida parroquial se nutre a través de la participación de
nuestros miembros. Aquí están los ministerios en los que se les
invitan a la participación (por favor, póngase en contacto con los
líderes que se indican a continuación para obtener más
información):
Ministerios de Adoración:
Ministerio Eucarístico: Araceli León, 828 251-1228
Ministerio de Lectores: Raúl Cervantes, 828 280-3215
Ministerio de Hospitalidad: .Abel Melo, 828 989-4191
Ministerio de Música Hispana: Samuel Robles, 828 209-7369
Sonido y luces: Enedino Tepetate, 828 337-2471
Otros ministerios importantes:
Ministerio Matrimonial: Arely Romero, 828 702-6529
Comunidad de Oración Hijos de Maria: Luisa León 828 7135802
Movimientos de Cursillistas para varones: Raúl Cervantes, 828
280-3215
Movimiento de Cursillistas para Mujeres: Patricia Baca, 828 2733606
Clases de Protegiendo a los niños de Dios: Olga Camacho, 828
458-3278
Las clases de R.C.I.A. en español: Martha Gonzáles, 828 4507835
Estudio Bíblico: Walkiria Almonte, 828 707-8907 - 787 5290160
Coordinadora de Eventos Especiales: Alma Maldonado, 828 3294403
Clases de ESL:
Ingles como Segunda Lengua
Llamar a Bruce Cahoon, 828 269-5326 email:
[email protected]
Domingos: 3:00pm - 5:00pm Hay Cuidado de niños
Miércoles: 6:30pm-8:30pm- Hay cuidado de niños
Español como Segunda Lengua:
Nivel de Principiantes: Con Walkiria Almonte - Deliz Romero:
Lunes, 3:00pm-4:30pm y de 6:00pm-7:00pm Llamar a 828 7078907 -787 529-0160
Nivel Intermedio: Danithza Baker - Antonio Bird: Miércoles de
6:30pm-7:30pm Llamar a 828 318-3847
Danithza Baker: Redactora del boletín de la comunidad Latina
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Jesus calls us to love the Lord and to love one
another. He especially wants us to treat each other
with compassion and kindness. Make the time to
allow the love of God to strengthen, renew and
Medals/Ribbons
rekindle your marriage relationship. The next
 Combat Infantry Badge
Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekends are: Sep 30
 3-Bronze Stars
- Oct 2, 2016 in Myrtle Beach, SC and Nov 4-6, 2016
 Jungle Expert
in Atlantic Beach, NC. Early sign up is recommended.
FAITH FORMATION AND YOUTH MINISTRY For more information visit our website at:
https://NCMarriageDiscovery.org or contact us at
Go to www.steugene.org to obtain the registration
[email protected] or 704-315-2144.
forms. You can mail the forms, drop them in the collection basket at Mass, attention Tracy Jedd or Andrea
Robles-Leon, or come by the church office.
Donahue, Mike
1st Lieutenant - U.S. Army - 1967-1970
Vietnam War
FAITH FORMATION
(4yrs - 5th grade)
Sundays, 9:45am-10:45am
At Asheville Catholic School.
Registration begins in August.
Inscripciones comienzan en Agosto.
EDGE-Middle School
(Grades 6TH- 8TH)
Sundays, 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Registration begins in August.
Inscripciones comienzan en Agosto.
SEY - SAINT EUGENE YOUTH GROUP
(Grades 9th-12th)
Sundays, 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Registration begins in August.
Inscripciones comienzan en Agosto.
CORE TEAM MEETING
FOR YOUTH GROUP VOLUNTEERS
There will be two Core Team meetings Tuesday,
August 9 & Wednesday, August 17 at 6:30 pm in the
Church Social Hall. This meeting is for everyone
volunteering with our Middle School (Edge) & High
School (SEY Life Teen) Youth Groups. If you are not
currently volunteering with us, you are also invited to
attend to get more information on volunteering. Call or
email Tracy Jedd or Andrea Robles-Leon at the
Church office if you have any questions.
FUNERAL PALL STITCHERS
We will gather to stitch names on the funeral pall on
Thursday, July 14th at 9:30am in Room 2. Please give
Chris Cicotello a call to let her know if you can attend:
658-9415.
STEWARDSHIP
Stewardship engenders a spirituality that deepens our
relationship with Jesus. Stewardship involves intentional, planned and proportionate giving of our time,
talent and treasure.
ST. EUGENE WOMEN’S GUILD
Our next meeting will be Wednesday July 13th at
9:45am. Program will begin at 10:15am.The speaker is
Father Doug; he will be talking about the Coptic
Church. We will enjoy lunch together after the
program. Mark your calendar!
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Saint Eugene Catholic Church
ST. EUGENE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
The Knights of Columbus hope you are
enjoying a happy, safe, and blessed
summer. We appreciate all your support of
the Knights of Columbus programs and
events. The boys of summer are still in action and the
Knights of Columbus still have Asheville Tourist
ticket vouchers that can be used to exchange for
tickets for most home games during the baseball
season. Ticket voucher prices are $7 with half the
ticket cost going to Operation LAMB to support local
organizations who help those with intellectual
disabilities. Contact Mike Richardson at
(864) 497-4084.
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imiento general. San Eugenio continuará siguiendo las
palabras del Papa Francisco a medida que buscamos
formas de conservar energía y Cuidar de la Creación.
TECHNOLOGY MINISTRY
SEEKING MEMBERS
We in the Technology Ministry are seeking new members. Our primary function is to help set up microphones and make volume adjustments during the services as needed. Most of our members have had no
experience before joining our Ministry, yet quickly
become some of our most valued members. Summer
is an ideal time to get introduced to what we do as the
choir is on hiatus and the music is simplified. Initially
you will shadow our regular techs and when ready
take a Mass or two. Some people take a service each
SOLAR PANELS
week while others are on rotation. If this ministry inTo Update You on Our Solar Savings
Last March 8, 2015 when we announced Solar Panels terests you, please contact me by phone or email, or
we projected a 22% savings on our electric bill. Com- talk to one of the techs after Mass.
paring bills from Dec 10 to June 13 with same period [email protected] 828-712-1352©
last year we exceeded our goal. Our Solar Panels rePARISH ROSARY
duced our electric cost by $4,694 for a savings of
Come
pray
the
Rosary
as a community the first and
35.5% with an environmental savings of 27 tons of
third
Mondays
of
each
month, at 7pm in the St. EuCO2. An added bonus is that part of our project cost
was sales tax. We filed with the IRS and will get back gene All Saints Chapel. The next Rosary will be
Monday, July 4th. The rosaries are prayed to
$5,059 to put into our general maintenance fund. St
respect all stages of life and for our parish families.
Eugene will continue to follow the words of Pope
All are most welcome.
Francis as we look for ways to conserve energy and
Please join us each Friday at 8:30 am in the
Care for Creation.
Children’s Church room to pray for a stable Peace and
particularly for our persecuted Christian Brothers and
Sisters throughout the world. We have joined in
solidarity with many other communities praying for
Mary’s intercession. Please join us if you are able.
Para actualizarlos sobre los ahorros
de los paneles solares
El 8 de marzo de 2015, cuando anunciamos los
Paneles Solares habíamos proyectado un ahorro del
22% en nuestra factura eléctrica. Una comparación
Flowers in the Church this week are;
de las facturas del 10 de diciembre al 13 de junio con
In Memory of Maria’s Mother,
las del mismo periodo del año pasado, muestran que
Dollyta Padron Juarez,
superamos nuestras metas. Nuestros Paneles Solares
By Chris Cicotello & Maria Juarez;
redujeron nuestro consumo de energía a un 35%
AND
ahorrándonos $4,694 y con un ahor r o de 27
In Loving Memory of Paul Manfred,
toneladas de dióxido de carbono al medio ambiente.
By Etta Manfred.
Un bono adicional a nuestro proyecto fueron los impuestos sobre la venta. Depositamos un reclamo de
$5,059 y lo pondremos en nuestro fondo de manten-
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THINKING OF JOINING THE
CATHOLIC CHURCH?
Our weekly sessions for R.C.I.A. (Rite of Christian Initiation
for Adults) have begun. Sessions will take place on Sundays, in
the parish parlor, from 9:40 to 10:40am. The journey of faith
begins with questions - your questions. What do Catholics believe? How does Catholicism fit in with other faith traditions?
The process begins with an “inquiry” period when questions
lead to exploration. Please join us for a fun-filled, faith-filled,
Spirit-filled gathering. If you would like to begin this journey
of faith, please call our parish office and provide your contact
information. (Name, phone number, email address, etc.). A
member of the RCIA team will contact you with further
information. We will look forward to meeting you and
answering your questions. Deacon Mike Zboyovski/828-2545193, ext. 20.
LOST AND FOUND
All items found on our church grounds can be found in our Lost &
Found section located at the Coat Rack in the Social Hall not in the
church office. You may search this area Monday-Friday 9am-4pm or
when the church is open. All items not collected by the end of each
month will be donated to Catholic Charities.
NOTE: Please be aware that our bulletin is posted on our
website; therefore, any information in the bulletin is out
there in cyberspace, accessible to anyone. Please let the
office know if this is an issue for you.
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ST. EUGENE'S IN THE LOOP!
Yes, our church is now looped! If you have hearing
aids with t-coils, please turn them on. If you have a
hearing loss, please ask for a Receiver from one of the
Greeters/Ushers before you go into the Sanctuary. We
want everyone to hear the Word!
HOSPITAL ADMISSION OR EXTENDED STAY AT
HOME: We would encour age you to celebr ate the sacr ament
of Anointing of the Sick prior to your admission or extended
convalescence. Please give us a call to arrange a time and date.
Also, you may be unaware that hospitals, by law, will not
automatically inform us of your presence there - even if you state
your religious affiliation as Catholic on an entrance form.
Whether you are hospitalized, recuperating, or simply unable to
attend parish services, you or your family member is required to
inform us as to your desire for visitation and/or reception of
Communion. We will be happy to arrange visitations and
reception of Communion once the parish office is notified
regarding your wishes. It is our most sincere desire to keep our
parish family connected and included, especially in times of
dealing with health and recovery issues.
A simple call or email is all it takes. Celebration of Sacrament of
Anointing of the Sick: 828-254-5193 or to arrange a hospital or
home visitation and communion: Deacon Mike - 828-254-5193
ext. 20 or [email protected]

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