August 6-7 - St. Frances Cabrini Parish

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August 6-7 - St. Frances Cabrini Parish
ST. FRANCES CABRINI PARISH
9000 Laurence Avenue
Allen Park, Michigan 48101
Phone: (313) 381-5601
Fax: (313) 381-7837
Website: www.cabriniparish.org
OUR CREDO
No matter what your present status
in the Catholic Church;
No matter what your current family
or marital situation;
No matter what your past or present
religious affiliation;
No matter what your personal history, age,
background, race or color;
No matter what your self-image or esteem;
You are invited, welcomed, accepted,
loved and respected at
St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church.
Vision Statement Building upon our Catholic tradition and diversity, we are committed to the spiritual and
physical well-being of all. Our sacramental life challenges us to life-long Catholic formation and Christian service.
Mission Statement As a Faith Community, we are called to serve through worship, service, and education.
PARISH LITURGY
SCHEDULE
Weekend Masses
Saturday Evening 5:00pm
Sunday
8:00am & 10:00am
12:00 noon
&
7:00pm
Daily Mass
Monday - Saturday at 8:30am
Confession
Saturday 4:00pm
Holy Day Masses
As scheduled in Bulletin
Rectory Office Hours
Monday thru Thursday
8:00am to 7:00pm
Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm
(Closed for lunch 12 - 1pm)
Saturday 9:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday CLOSED
Weekend at Birney’s
This past week, I had the honor of
baptizing my niece's daughter--Nora
Grace. Our newest member to the family is named after my mother, whose
name is Grace. What made this particular celebration unique for me, is with
this baptism I am the proud Uncle to
twenty nieces & nephews and now one
grand-niece! This leads me to a few different reactions.
First, I'm not sure I like the idea of
having 'grand' in front of my name.
Some have told me the proper title is
great-uncle, but I'm going to stick with
grand. Second, with all these nieces
and nephews, you'd think one of my
siblings would have included good old
'Uncle Tim' in the naming of their
child....not even a middle name, as of
today! So, I guess my best hope is now
with all the 'grands' who will making
their way into the world in the years
ahead.
Welcome Home WYD Youth Day Pilgrims
Our pilgrims who made their way to
Poland for the World Youth Day celebrations have returned to the USA. I
looked for them intently on TV, but was
not able to pick them out from the one
million+ crowd. Many people will tell us
that the Church is not reaching the
youth, that we are in decline or perhaps
even dying. If anyone took the time to
see how many young people from all
over the world gathered together to celebrate their faith with the Vicar of
Christ, you'd see the answer to that
misconceived observation. The Church
is, and has always been, in need of
constant renewal and inspiration from
the Holy Spirit, but I believe we are very
much alive and doing much good
throughout the world. I look forward to
hearing the many stories from our WYD
pilgrims, and ask a few of them to share
their reflections in an upcoming bulletin.
The next WYD will be in 2019 and take
place at Panama...sign me up!
Fr Tim
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Greetings from World Youth Day!!!!!
Cabrini CSA Goal 2016:
Pledged to date:
$150,000.00
$114,927.00
Remaining to meet target:
$ 35,073.00
Could you help us meet our goal? We are close
and could use your donation. If you haven’t donated yet, please fill out the yellow pledge sheet,
place it along with your donation in an envelope,
and drop your envelope out off at Rectory or in the
Sunday collection.
Thank you!
Please note: Starting Monday, August 8, 2016, we
have resumed our “School” hours at the Rectory.
Rectory Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 8:00am to 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
(Closed for Lunch 12:00pm to 1:00pm)
Monday-Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 2:00pm
Sunday Closed
DEADLINE FOR ARTICLES IN THE CONTACT IS
FRIDAY MORNING BY 10:00 AM.
Advertiser of the Week
FARON ROOFING CO., INC.
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Athletic, Parish & School News
CABRINI ATHLETICS ~ Dean Allen, Athletic Director
Please see www.Schedulestar.com (listed under Cabrini
High School) for up-to-date game times for both CYO & High
School student-athletes. You can also contact the Athletic Department at (313) 388-0576.
The new High School athletic website is at
www.cabriniathletics.org.
Bus drivers for afternoon athletic routes are still needed. Contact Debbie Norman at (313) 388-0576.
CABRINI HIGH SCHOOL FACEBOOK PAGES:
www.facebook.com/CabriniHighSchool
www.facebook.com/CabriniAlumni
See what’s happening at our school!
COACHING VACANCIES
Cabrini is seeking a Head Varsity Boys Soccer
Coach for the 2016 fall season and a Head Varsity
Girls Soccer Coach for the spring of 2017. We are
also seeking a Freshman Boys Basketball Coach.
Interested candidates should email their resume
and a cover letter to Athletic Director Dean Allen at
[email protected] Please call (313) 3880576 with any questions about the position.
Upcoming Events
Booster Club Meeting ~ Wednesday, September 7th
Dueling Pianos ~ Saturday, September 10th
Homecoming, Tuition Raffle & After Party ~ TBD
Trivia Night (Audible Edition) ~ Saturday, October 15th
The Cabrini Booster Club meets on the 1st Wednesday of
the month at Holy Family Hall at 7:30 pm. All men and women
are invited to join, as our goal is to help serve the sports programs at Cabrini Schools, as well as the Parish. Come on
down and check us out. Our next meeting is September 7. To
become a member, register online for $25. Any questions or if
you need more information, please email us at:
[email protected]
Our website: www.cabriniboosters.org
Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Cabrini Athletic Boosters
Fall Soccer registraon is now open!
$45 for the fall season includes a team shirt, a minimum
of 3 pracces before the first game, 2 games a week, and
1 pracce per week. We do take coach and friend requests in the order in which they are received via online
registraon, so register now before me runs out!
For quesons please email
[email protected]
From the Basket Booth
Thank you to anyone who donated a basket(s) or gave their time to
help work our booth. It was a great
success this year. We could not
have done it without all of the beautiful unique baskets
or the wonderful volunteers who kept our booth running seamlessly. Thank you again, and remember, it’s
never to early to start thinking of basket ideas for next
year’s festival.
Brittany Kmita, Darlene Kmita & Therese Tardiff
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Christian Service and More
ST. LEO’S SOUP KITCHEN
Saturday, August 13
8:30 am – 1:30 pm
We will be preparing and serving a delicious lunch at
St. Leo’s on August 13, if you would like to join on this day
call Barb at (313)388-7827 to reserve your spot. We will
meet in the Holy Family Hall to car pool to St. Leo’s.
If you would be willing to be an “At Home” volunteer by
cooking some hamburger with Manwich (recipe: one pound
of hamburger per one can of Manwich, put in a zip lock bag)
or by donating baked goods please call the Rectory office at
(313)381-5601 and leave a message with the staff.
All donations need to be dropped off to the Rectory office by Friday, August 12 before 5:00 pm. Thank you in
advance for your time in preparing food at home.
Franciscan Facts
God Is Making Me New
Words of St. Francis of Assisi I have been all things unholy. If
God can work through me, He can work through anyone.
Scripture Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation; the old is gone, the new has come. 2 Corinthians 5:17
Prayer Creator God, before meeting Christ on His way to Damascus, the Apostle Paul persecuted Christians with passion and
hatred. He even held the robes of those who stoned St. Stephen.
Yet in the aftermath of his conversion and baptism, he spent his
life serving Christ, carrying his message to the world, and building
up your church. Father, I want to be transformed too. Please help
me to always have hope that, despite the failures of my past, you
are making me new. Amen.
Practice Today, as I follow Christ, I will offer myself to God with
hope and expectation that he will accomplish His purposes
through me. (from Thirty Days with St. Francis of Assisi)
For Info on Secular Franciscan Order , call Pat (313)381-1916.
For Widowed Men & Women
Mass at the beautiful historic
St. Anne Catholic Church in Detroit
August 21, 2016 12:00 Mass
All widowed men and women are invited to join us for Mass at
St. Anne in Detroit as we continue to enjoy Mass at historic
churches. We will attend the 12:00 Mass on Sunday, August 21st
at St. Anne de Detroit, 1000 St. Anne St., followed by lunch at a
location to be determined. Check-in by 11:30am for Mass at
12:00. Come worship together and meet new friends in a safe,
friendly and supportive setting. RSVP by August 12th to Gerry at
(734) 259-5024. Sponsored by Widowed Friends, a “peer” support
group in the Archdiocese of Detroit. For further information about
Widowed
Friends,
come
visit
our
website
at
www.widowedfriends.org
Tuesday Travelers
Inerary for the coming months
Organizers have been busy this summer planning day trips
through December for the Tuesday Travelers. The group always
has a lot of fun together; consider hopping aboard the Bianco bus
for one that appeals to you (and feel free to bring a friend or two
along!)
Aug. 23, 9:15am to 4:15pm: Seats are sll available for our
Pilgrimage to the Holy Doors of the Cathedral of the Most
Blessed Sacrament, which includes a guided tours of Old St.
Mary’s and Sweetest Heart of Mary in Detroit, and a personal
journey through eight Holy Door Staons inside and outside the
Cathedral. Parishioner Dan McAfee, worship director for the
Archdiocese of Detroit, will be our guide. Lunch at Fishbone’s
Rhythm Kitchen Café. Cost: $70 (includes lunch).
Sept. 27: 7:15am to 9:45pm: ArtPrize in Grand Rapids –
you’ve heard about it; now be part of the experience! The art of
more than 1,500 global arsts is displayed everywhere within a
three-mile radius of city’s center, and we mean everywhere –
street corners, restaurants, museums, banks, churches and the
bridges over the Grand River. Tour the taproom and unique producon facility of Founders Brewery, whose cra? beers are wildly
popular across the United States. Lunch at the historic Women’s
City Club. (Founders and the WCC are two unique ArtPrize venues). The a?ernoon to explore more art at some of the larger
venues downtown. Cost: $87 (includes coffee and muffins before
departure, lunch, Founders tour and souvenir glass). Dinner on
own during return home.
Registraon deadline for ArtPrize trip is Aug. 25
Harvest Adventure We’re
heading out to northern Oakland County for a visit to an Alpaca
Farm in Ortonville and Westview Orchards and Winery in Washington Township. Lunch is at the White Horse Inn in Metamora, a
local landmark dang back to the 1850s that has served as a
stagecoach stop and hotel throughout the years. Cost: $83
(includes coffee and muffins before departure, lunch, tours of
farms, wine tasng, bag of seasonal fruit).
Oct. 18: 8:45am to 5:00pm:
Dec. 13: 9:30am to 6:30pm: Cornwell’s Turkeyville for
lunch and theater We’ll celebrate Christmas together a liEle
early with a famous tradional turkey lunch and the stage producon of the musical comedy, “Christmas with the In-Laws.”
Cost: $73 (includes lunch and the show).
Trips leave from the church parking lot. To reserve a spot
for either day trip, stop by the Parish Office to register.
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Christian Service / Nurse’s Notes
AUGUST FOOD COLLECTION
Downriver Food Pantry
August 7, 2016
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Christian Women ~ PBJ
Thank you for your consideration and your offer to make
sandwiches or send a donation. Please send your donations
to the Rectory marked “Nancy Trela/PBJ Sandwiches”.
ITEM
Bread (white)
Bread (wheat)
Peanut Butter
Jelly
Sandwich Bags
QUANTITY
COST PER
8 loaves (Sam’s) $2.85 / 2pk
8 loaves (Sam’s) $3.48 / 2pm
2 jars (GFS)
$9.99 each
2 jars (GFS)
$6.49 each
300ct box (GFS) $7.99
EXPENSE
$11.40
$13.92
$19.98
$12.98
$ 4.00
Monthly Total
In this Gospel, Jesus says “Sell your belongings and give alms. Provide money bags
for yourselves that do not wear out, an inexhaustible treasure in heaven that no thief can reach nor
moth destroy.”
Please help the Society of St. Vincent de Paul bring
respite and hope to the elderly who are not able to find
relief from the summer heat, and you will indeed find
“an inexhaustible treasure in heaven!”
Cabrini Card Club
We are in need of card players when our
games start again in September and play
until April. For more information, please
call:
$62.28
I / We would like to sponsor the following items for the Christian Women’s monthly PBJ program for St. Aloysius church:
BRIDGE:
Name_______________________________________________
EUCHRE: Joyce Feher
PINOCHLE: Tony & Gaye Olah
Phone #_____________________________________________
Peggy Lupton
Home: (313) 382-5746
Cell: (517) 404-7102
Home: (313) 928-8058
Home: (313)382-0210
Questions? Please call Joyce Feher (313) 928-8058
Item_____________________ Quantity________$___________
Former students of St. Alfred’s Item______________________Quantity________$___________
Item______________________Quantity________$___________
Memorial Garden Plaque
We are still taking names for the next memorial plaque. We need approximately 105 names
before we can send to the engraver. As of now,
we are at 35, so it will take a smidge longer!
You do NOT have to be deceased to reserve a
place on the plaque. Different fonts = different
prices. Please call Janet at the Rectory at (313) 381-5601 if you
have any questions.
Church Signs
No God ~ No Peace? Know God ~ Know Peace
Try our Sundays. They are better than BaskinBaskin-Robbins
Do not wait for the hearse to take you to church
If you’re headed in the wrong direction,
God allows UU-turns
Running low on faith? Step in for a fillfill-up
In the dark? Follow the Son
If you attended St. Alfred’s and graduated high
school between 1990-1992, you are invited to an
informal reunion on September 17. We’d love to
catch up with some former classmates from St.
Alfred’s Catholic Grade School. We even invited a few of our former teachers and Principal, Mr. Caruso. A pavilion is reserved for
us to have a casual picnic/potluck for the afternoon. Please reach
out to Jennifer Sutherland at [email protected] or (248) 7977232 to find out more details! Or you can find Jennifer on Facebook to receive a Facebook invite to the event.
10 Ways to be a Great Evangelist
Providing an Avenue to Share your Faith
Saturday, August 13, 2016
9:00 - 10:30 a.m.
The day will begin with 8:00 a.m. Holy Mass. Also, you are invited
to evangelize at Bishop Park at10:30 a.m. (immediately following
this free workshop).
“I sense that the moment has come to commit all of the Church's
energies to a new evangelization and to the mission ad gentes.
No believer in Christ, no institution of the Church can avoid this
supreme duty: to proclaim Christ to all peoples.”
St. John Paul II
Our Lady of the Scapular
976 Pope John Paul II Ave.
Wyandotte, MI 48192
(Parish Library / Brunch included)
To reserve a seat contact Debbie Bloomfield by Wednesday,
August 10th at 734-934-2599 or [email protected]
Our presenter, Anne Harman, is a Regional Missionary with
Saint Paul Street Evangelization (SPSE). See SPSE website:
streetevangelization.com for more information.
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Religious Education / Parish News
Registration for the Religious Education Program for
the 2016-2017 school year for grades 1 - 8 began on May
2, 2016. Forms are available in the Rectory Office. The tuition is $150 per FAMILY and due in full at registration.
If this is your child's first year, please bring a copy of
their baptismal certificate. Please register early to ensure
we order enough materials and have the catechists we
need for each grade level.
We also have Sunday Pre-School for ages 3-4 through
kindergarten on Sunday morning during the 10:00am Mass.
Tuition is $40.00 per child. During the Sunday Pre-School,
nursery is available for younger toddlers at no charge.
For Widowed Men & Women
Buffet Dinner & Games
August 31, 2016
Red Olive Banquet Center, Plymouth, MI
All widowed men and women are invited to join us for a
Buffet Dinner and Games at the Red Olive Banquet Center,
1059 W. Ann Arbor Road (East of Sheldon), in Plymouth.
Doors open at 5:30 pm., Dinner at 6:00 pm. Cost of $20 includes a variety of Pita sandwiches, soups, Michigan Salad, coffee, tea, dessert, tax, tip and prizes. (Cash bar is available). Pay
at the door, cash only, no walk-ins please. After dinner, test your
skills at some of TV’s best game shows. RSVP by August 25th to
Gerry L. at 734-259-5024. Come meet new friends and have
lots of fun in a safe, friendly and supportive atmosphere! Sponsored by Widowed Friends, a “peer” support group in the Archdiocese of Detroit. For further information about Widowed
Friends, come visit our website at www.widowedfriends.org
It’s that time of year again!
SOCCER TIME!
Attention all children, ages 9-14 years old
Join us for the Father Saylor K of C Soccer Challenge
September 17th, 2016 at 2pm
Location: Father Saylor Park
17113 Champaign Allen Park, MI 4810
Don’t play Soccer? No problem ~ Can you kick a ball? All you do
is kick a soccer ball from the 12 yard penalty line into the net.
Questions or to register call Don Siegel @ (313)408-7490 after
3pm
COACHES: Do you want your whole team to practice penalty
kicks? Call me ~ will schedule time at your field that works for
your team.
Living Every Day With
Passion & Purpose
With
Matthew Kelly
Special Musical Guest Eliot Morris
Friday, October 7, 2016
7:00 pm – 10:45 pm
St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church
Are you thriving or just surviving?
Are you ready for more energy?
A deeper sense of purpose?
More joy?
A clearer understanding of God’s plan for your life?
Join us for one of our Passion & Purpose events. It
has been a life-changing event for tens of thousands of
people. Living Every Day with Passion & Purpose is presented by internationally acclaimed speaker and author
Matthew Kelly and the incredibly talented Eliot Morris.
Doors will open an hour before the event. We recommend you arrive an hour to half hour prior to the event starting, to collect your event materials and find a seat. Every
event attendee will receive an event bag, which contains a
book, CD, journal, pen, and several other great resources.
Please note, meals are not served during the breaks, feel
free to pack a snack to enjoy during the breaks in public
areas.
Tickets are $39.00 and can be purchased at St.
Frances Cabrini and
at www.DynamicCatholic.com/
AllenPark or call (859)980.7900.
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Youth Ministry / Christian Service / Misc
YOUTH MINISTRY CONTACT INFORMATION
Therese Tardiff: Coordinator of Youth Ministry
(313)381-5601 or [email protected]
Maria Wyatt: Middle School Youth Leader
(734) 283-1929 or [email protected]
Service Day
Sani-Pad Workshop
Saturday, August 20, 2016
8:30am - 12:00pm
There will be a workshop/service day on Saturday, August 20 from 8:30 – Noon in Holy Family Hall. Many hands
will lighten the load and enable us to restock our supply of
completed Sani-Pad kits ready for fall shipment. We have
600 kits in varying stages of completion so any and all will
be able to help! You can stop in for part of the day or stay for
the whole morning, all help will be greatly appreciated.
Cabrini has donated 1410 completed sani-pad kits
through this project since we began in the spring of 2015
and fall trips to Kenya and Peru will soon be here. Lend a
hand and support the young women benefiting from our generosity.
Tracers: mark towels for cutting, simple squares & rectangles.
Cutters: cut towels, flannel fabric, PUL fabric, elastic, velcro.
Pinners: pin pieces together for sewers.
Sewers: stitch outside edge of towels, stitch base units, top stitch
base units.
Packers: count and bundle completed sani-pad kits for shipping.
All supplies needed will be there! I have pins, scissors,
markers, patterns etc.
If you are a sewer PLEASE bring your machine, we do
have a couple available for use that day.
If you have any questions, please call Nancy Trela at
(313)575-2971.
Students needing service hours? This will qualify. Bring
your forms and I will sign them.
Join Our Family of Volunteers Now! Help Us
Help Others
There are so many opportunities for us to be
the hands and feet of Christ right here in our own
neighborhoods and cities! We need “you” to help
us help others. If you’ve been looking for an outreach where even a
few hours of your time will matter…this is it. The Society of St.
Vincent de Paul is a volunteer lay organization comprised of men
and women of all ages who provide comfort and assistance to
those in need.
Volunteers sharing their time and talents are the core of St.
Vincent de Paul store operations. Help us sort and display a variety
of donated clothing and household goods. Sign up now to work at
our Lincoln Park Thrift Store on Fort Street and join our family of
volunteers. Families are welcome, groups are welcome, and individuals are guaranteed to meet new friends. Consider a morning,
an afternoon or early evening. Our conference gets $10.00 in
debit cards for every volunteer hour worked! Please contact the
store at 313-382-3100 for more information regarding volunteer
opportunities. Thank you and God bless you.
Blessings to YOU
for your continued support of Youth Ministry
It has been a busy summer of spiritual travel for the
youth of our parish, and there are so many adults who
help make possible our annual Young Neighbors in
Action and Just5Days community service trips.
A big shout out to you, our fellow Cabrini parishioners, who support Youth Ministry events throughout the
year to help participants raise the money to attend
YNIA and J5D. Most importantly, thank you for your
prayers during our preparation and our time away.
This year, groups traveled to Kentucky and Chicago (YNIA) and St. Joseph, MI (J5D), serving the poor
and marginalized according to Catholic social teachings. All of the weeklong community service programs
were AWESOME, according to our young parishioners.
Thank you to the parents for entrusting us with
your children (they are great!); to the adult leaders
(who took vacation time to share their faith in action);
to the families who let us use their cars (so we didn’t
have to rent vehicles); and for the parents who shared
our journey by transporting luggage to and from the
sites (they didn’t stay the week, they just drove there
and back with a car full of luggage!)
As we look ahead to a new year for Youth Ministry,
continue to pray for our young parishioners, that they
continue to be Christ to others while strengthening
their personal relationships with God.
Therese Tardiff
Coordinator of Youth Ministry
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Week of August 8, 2016
Monday, August 8, 2016
8:30am
Mass
1:00pm
CW Sewing Guild
Church
WWW
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
8:00am
AOD In-Service
8:30am
Mass
10:00am
Al-Anon
8:00pm
AA
Schools
Church
HFH Mtg#2
HFHBsmnt
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
8:30am
Mass
8:30am
Freshmen Seminar
12:00pm
Cabrini Seniors
7:00pm
N.A.
Church
HFH
MCR
HFH Bsmnt
Thursday, August 11, 2016
8:30am
Mass
8:30am
Freshmen Seminar
9:30pm
APPC Basketball
Church
CHSRooms
CC
Friday, August 12, 2016
8:30am
Mass
8:30am
Freshmen Seminar
Church
CHSRooms
Saturday, August 13, 2016
8:30am
Mass
1:00pm
AA
2:30pm
Wedding
Chelsea Lieto
&
Jeremy Bell
4:00pm
Confession
5:00pm
Mass
Church
HFH Bsmnt
Church
Host an Exchange Student with PSE!
Are you interested in other cultures and languages? Would you like to share your culture
with a young person from another country?
Private & Public School F-1 Exchange
(PSE) is currently seeking families to open
their homes and lives to an international exchange student.
PSE strives to bring people together from around the world to
share ideas and foster cross-cultural relationships and understanding. Our exchange students are eager to share their culture,
customs and values with you, as well as learn about American
culture by participating in your daily life and attending high school.
It is only through kindness and generosity of families like
yours that enables PSE students and families to share in an experience of a lifetime.
Help promote international understanding and goodwill by
hosting with PSE!
Benefits of Hosting:
• Expose your family to a new culture and language
• Form a lasting international relationship
• Enrich your community
• Receive a monthly stipend to help assist with the costs of
hosting
PSE Exchange Students:
• Want to learn about American culture and values
• Have proficient English language skills
• Bring their own spending money & insurance
For more information, contact Theresa Ledesma at (248) 6704030; [email protected] or www.pse-edu.org
Church
Church
HOST AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
Sunday, August 14, 2016
8:00am
Mass
10:00am
Mass
12:00pm
Mass
12:00pm
Private Party
7:00pm
Mass
Church
Church
Church
MCR
Church
St. Frances Cabrini High School is planning to recruit
through the council on Standards for International Educational Travel, CSIET, several international students for the next
school year. We have been approached by agencies interested in assisting us with the international students studying at
Cabrini High School in preparing for a college career at a U.S.
university.
In order to enroll international students, we need to identify Cabrini Catholic Parish or School families who would be
interested in providing home-stay housing.
As a host family, you will share your home and family life
with an international student as well as expose them to the
best of American history and culture. Together, you will celebrate cultural differences and discover similarities with regards to values and beliefs. Most importantly, your family
can make a difference in the life of an international student
by fulfilling the dream of an American private educational
experience and in providing a safe, Christian home away
from home.
For more information, please contact:
FLAG Beyond Program at [email protected] or
PSE: [email protected]
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Please Pray For………..
Jeff Adamczyk
Ken Adkison
Alicia Atkinson
Erika Bacha
Joseph Bachleda
Janina Bak
Alan Barnas Family
Irene Barnas
Michael Bartoluzzi
Julie Bauman
Nick Beasanski
Mary Beaubien
Dwight Behm
Bill Benson
Cindy Berg
Robert Billing
Ronald Bloom
Michael Booth
Erica Born
Alan Burch
Pat Burtka
Byrne Family
Danny Cain
Dean Cap
Mae Cap
Dorothy Ceccarelli
Marie Cunningham
Vincent D’Amico
Gloria Daniels
Marie Dean
Rocco DiGiulio
Chelsea Dobija
Mary Dow
Mary Duley
Maryanne Fall
Ellen Farkas
Matylda Fron
Norma Fusco
Herman Gaines
Alanna Gehringer
Leslie George
Ronald Gering II
Ronald Gering III
Denise Gregoire
Drew Gregoire
Katherine TallonGrundman
Cecilia Haig
Frank Hansinger
Martha Ann Harris
Steve Hecmanczuk
Rinetta Herman
Tom Higgision
Tim Hollman
Anita Howard
Virginia Holowecky
Dan Howe
Mary Howe
Catherine Humbles
Catherine Husky
Patricia Irwin
Betty Joyce
Quentin Kastlan
Eddie Kastl
Bonnie Kawalec
Steve Kawalec
Tom Kearn
Janet Keeth
GOOD NEWS!
Summer help with your heating fuel costs
is available through the Michigan Home
Heating Credit.
Heating bill assistance may be as close as the pen you hold
in your hand. If you are a qualified Michigan homeowner or renter,
you may be eligible for a Home Heating Credit.
To apply, you must meet the income guidelines below, own or
rent the home where you live (including rented apartments and
mobile homes) and have your heat bill (gas, electric or heating
fuel) in your name.
To claim the credit, complete the Michigan Home Heating
Credit Form (MI-1040CR-7). Don’t wait. The deadline for submitting this form is Sept. 30, 2016.
For 2015 (November 2015 – September 2016), the Home
Heating Maximum Income Guidelines are:
John Kepes & Family
Gayle King
Frank King
Alice Klenczar
Brittany Kmita
Christopher
Krupinski
Karin Kozlo
Paul Kwasniewski
Monica “Gerri”
Lambert
Candice Lamborghini
Harry Letinski
Josephine Letinski
John Liburdi
Dee Lipchik
Shirley & Alfred
Locker
Lucas MacLeod
Tammy Maguire
Mike Manor
Elizabeth Marra
Julie Mastin
Rose McGovern
Dolores McKernan
Rita Megge
Carl Mollett
Wendy Mollett
James Moore
Tony Muklewicz
Jennifer Mussio
Maureen Mussio
Joseph Neal
Rosemarie Nowacki
Randy Pearson
Bruce Perry
Charles Reseter
Jackie Riopelle
Jack Rochon
Bill Sabo
Emery Salamon,Jr
Renee Salamon
John Sanchez
Ann Sarich
Claire Scalici
Walt Shogren
Jacqueline Smith
Helen Soter
Kathleen Stauder
Kevin Stauder
Gloria Staley
Carol Stromberg
Sam Sturgill
Robert Sucheck
Joan Sullivan
Cody Terteling
Judith Tink
Mary Tirpak
Bradley Trombley
Rhonda Turner
Ed Vespa
Nancy Volk
Al Williams
Carie Woodall
Joseph Scott
Zyskowski
Donating Your Car Is Easy!
National Vehicle Donation Program coordinated by the national council Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization. Proceeds from the auto donation program directly benefit St.
Vincent de Paul programs in local communities throughout the
country, offering a lifeline to those in want of food, clothing, rental
assistance, medical aid, and help with addiction, abuse, incarceration, employment, or shelter. Our St. Frances Cabrini Conference
has benefited $1830 from the donation and sale of three vehicles
within our parish community during the past year. We get ½ of the
proceeds from each sale.
Call 800-322-8284 Available 7 days a week
We accept all types of vehicles. Your generosity is greatly appreciated! Thank you.
Holy Land Pilgrimages
If you are unsure of whether or not you qualify for the Home
Heating Credit, visit http://bit.ly/HHCFAQ .
The Montessori Giving Tree Academic
Preschool still has some openings for the fall.
Please call (313) 386-5573 or visit
www.montessorigivingtee.com for more information.
We would love to be a part of your little
ones’ education experience! Children must be
3 years of age and toilet trained to attend.
Fr. Dariusz, pastor of Our Lady of the Angels Parish in Taylor, would like to invite you to join them on their pilgrimage to the
Holy Land from April 26, 2017 to May 4, 2017, with an optional 4Night Jordan Post Tour Extension.
The highlights of this pilgrimage are: Jaffa, Caesarea, Nazareth, Cana, Tiberius, Sea of Galilee, Mount of Beatitudes, Capernaum, Transfiguration Church, Bethlehem, Church of the Nativity,
Jerusalem, Mount of Olives, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, and celebrate Mass daily.
Just think how you will be spiritually enriched by going to
places where Our Lord used to walk, preach, perform miracles,
died and was risen. What a great Spiritual experience! Once in a
lifetime!
A special travel presentation will take place on Monday,
October 17, 2016 at 6:00pm at Our Lady of the Angels, 6442
Pelham Rd., Taylor. For more information, or for an electronic
brochure of this pilgrimage, please contact our parish office at
(313) 381-3000 or email us at [email protected]
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MASS INTENTIONS / READINGS
Monday, August 8, 2016 8:30am Mass
Saint Dominic, Priest
Ezekiel 1:2-5, 24-28c; Psalm 148:1-2, 11-12, 13, 14;
MaEhew 17:22-27
John and Norma (deceased) Scannell by Daughter Sue
Tuesday, August 9, 2016 8:30am Mass
Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Virgin and Martyr
Ezekiel 2:8—3:4; Psalm 119:14, 24, 72, 103, 111, 131;
MaEhew 18:1-5, 10, 12-14
Betty Wierzba (13th Anniversary) by Husband
Bill Liphardt by C. Caulfield
7:00pm Mass - Discontinued for the summer
8:00 am Mass
Lector - Jeannine Little
Commentator - Pat Csatari
Sacristan - Robert Powell
Altar Servers - Lily & Donnie Andrysiak and David Henson
Anthony & Grace Vassallo by Daughter Chris Previch
James & Emma Previch by Son Marty Previch
Frances & Roy Zimmer (Anniversary Remembrance)
by Family
Mary Ann Moses by John Moses
Josephine & Michael Aniol by Son, Gary
David & Greg Boik by Family
Support & Healing of all law enforcement
by Frank & Gayle King
10:00 am Mass
Lector - Fred Guardiola
Commentator – Jeanne Salerno
Sacristan – Marge Wolber
Altar Servers - Taylor Padget, Ben Maffesoli & Grace DeBerardino
Alex Sobocinski by Filarski Family
Del Pallotta by Dad
Fr. John Canavan by Fr. Joe Mallia
Thursday, August 11, 2016 8:30am Mass
Noah A. Barnas by Tony & Gaye Olah
Saint Clare, Virgin
Ezekiel 12:1-12; Psalm 78:56-57, 58-59, 61-62; MaEhew 18:21—19:1 Thomas Raiche (Anniversary Remembrance)
by Wife Ann
Michael Galvan by Mr. & Mrs. Roy Pompa
Jerry Drumheller by Pat Tripp
Therese Page by Kathleen Page
Kenneth Cuthbert (Birthday Remembrance)
by Trionfi Family
Friday, August 12, 2016 8:30am Mass
Saint Jane Frances de Chantal, Religious
12:00 pm Mass
Ezekiel 16:1-15, 60, 63 or 16:59-63; Isaiah 12:2-3, 4bcd, 5-6;
Lector - Mary Brua
MaEhew 19:3-12
Commentator - Shirley Bardallis
Special Intentions for Walt & Rozanne Shogren on their
Sacristan - Kim & Bruce
50th Wedding Anniversary
Altar Servers - Jessica Carnarvon, Alex Fabbri & Samantha Graf
Wednesday, August 10, 2016 8:30am Mass
Saint Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr
2 Corinthians 9:6-10; Psalm 112:1-2, 5-6, 7-8, 9; John 12:24-26
Adam Dusik by Geraldine Grieves
Joseph Vaneecke by Godelieve Rummel
Saturday, August 13, 2016 8:30am Mass
Saints Ponan, Pope, and Hippolytus, Priest, Martyrs
Ezekiel 18:1-10, 13b, 30-32; Psalm 51:12-13, 14-15, 18-19;
MaEhew 19:13-15
Audrey Valchine by Candace Faulkner
Saturday and Sunday, August 13 and August 14, 2016
Tweneth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jeremiah38:4-6, 8-10; Psalm 40:2, 3, 4, 18; Hebrews 12:1-4;
Luke 12:49-53
5:00pm Mass
Lector - T.C. Bates
Commentator - Ted Hughes
Sacristan - T.C. Bates
Altar Servers - Erin Druyor, Donovan Colegrove & Ava Maksai
Carol Villanueva by Christina Horvath
Mary Bolduc by Husband
Bill Liphardt by Pat & Maureen McParland
Louis Alfred & Mary Jane Zan
Dave Boik by Jerry & Carolyn Dusik
Martha Schwartz (24th Anniversary)
by Granddaughter & Family
Colleen Lyons by Ann Lindbergh
Gene Stus by Family
Helen Szpyrka by Son-in-law Sal & Granddaughter Lisa
Mary Ann Grillo by Husband Sal & Daughter Lisa
Joseph & Helen Germek by Children
Ada Andreassi by Todd & Anita VanAcker
Ron & Bernice 65th Anniversary Remembrance
by Family
Rita Gentner by Irene Nowak
7:00 pm Mass
Lector - Kate Zimnicki
Commentator - Jim Shannon
Sacristan - Amanda Courtright
Altar Servers - Andrew & Chris Courtright **Need 1**
For our Police Officers
Please pray for the family and friends
of our dearly departed
Frank Polis
Candles 2nd Friday
Therese Zacny
Towels 2nd Sunday
Shirley Mckay
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St. Frances Cabrini
9000 Laurence, Allen Park, MI 48101
Rectory Office / Religious Formation (313) 381-5601
Fax (313) 381-7837 Web: www.cabriniparish.org
Rectory Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 8:00am to 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
(Closed for Lunch 12:00pm to 1:00pm)
Monday-Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 2:00pm
Sunday CLOSED
Pastor
Reverend Timothy Birney
Associate Pastor
Reverend Dominic Macioce
Permanent Deacon
Reverend Mr. Luis Flores
Budget Director
Jill Ferraiuolo
Director of Music Ministry/Liturgy Coordinator
Nick Beasanski
Dir. Religious Education
Catherine Borsh
Coordinator of Christian Service & Youth Ministry
Therese Tardiff
Summer Camp Job Opportunities
Now Available
Are you or someone you know looking for a
summer job? We are accepting applications for 2016
summer camp!
We have openings for camp counselors, camp
activity specialists, team leaders, health officers, and
food service staff at SVdP Camp Ozanam and CYO Camps, both
located near Lexington, Michigan on the beautiful shores of Lake
Huron.
Working at a summer camp is the most meaningful job you’ll
ever have! Share your faith, develop your leadership skills, and
make a huge difference in the lives of children that need the Gospel
message.
Put your faith into action this summer at Camps Connect. More
information about our camps and an application are available at:
www.campconnect.org/work-at-camp.
For questions, contact Caroline Krucker at
[email protected] or call (810) 622-8744.
PRAYERS FOR THOSE
IN MILITARY SERVICE
Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands.
Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and
their families for the selfless acts they perform for us in our
time of need. In Jesus’ name, Amen. Please God, grant them
courage when times are bleak. Grant them strength when they
feel weak. Grant them comfort, when they feel all alone. And
most of all, God, please…..BRING THEM ALL HOME!!!
ST. FRANCES CABRINI COMMISSIONS
Pastoral Commission
Carolyn Sohoza
Education Commission
Catherine Borsh
Christian Service Commission
Therese Tardiff
Worship, Finance & Vicariate Rep
TBA
Vicariate Website: www.downrivervicariate.com
Detroit Retrouvaille
Bookkeeper/Tuition
Joy Mousseau
Facilities & Calendar/ Bulletin Editor
Janet Shea
SACRAMENTS
Parish Policy: Before any sacramental preparation can
begin, we require that you be a registered member or a
baptized Catholic.
Baptism: Contact the Rectory Office.
Marriage: Arrangements must be made by the engaged
couple by contacting the Rectory Office at least six months
before date of marriage.
Reconciliation (Confession): Saturday at 4:00pm and
upon request.
PHONE NUMBERS
Cabrini Elementary School
Cabrini High School
High School Attendance
High School Athletic Office
Extended Day Program
Rectory Office
Music Director
CHS Campus Ministry
Holy Family House
928-6610
388-0110
388-2566
388-0576
928-6116
381-5601
381-5601
388-0110
928-4727
We believe that every marriage deserves the opportunity to survive, be healed and thrive as a covenant
of life and love. Retrouvaille is the place where we,
as hurting couples, found hope.
Retrouville is a Christian Peer Ministry focused on reaching out
to hurting married couples longing for renewal and hope. Metro
Detroit has multiple English and Spanish programs scheduled this
year, each beginning with a weekend on the following dates:
September 16 October 14 (Spanish) October 28
For more information or to register, please see our website:
www.retrouvaille.info or call 1-800-470-2230.
Holy Land Pilgrimages
Terra Sancta Pilgrimages, with Franciscan Friar Fr. Alex
Kratz, will be leading a Catholic Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
October 3-17, 2016. This life-changing experience walking
in Jesus’ footsteps includes daily Mass and Rosary, biblical
readings on site, time for prayer and spiritual guidance, and
meeting local Christians.
Cost is $4,299 (all expenses included, round trip from
Detroit, 3 daily meals, all tips & taxes). $500 deposit due at
registration. For more information, call (313) 727-0784 or
[email protected]
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Hiring / For Hire / For Sale / For Free / Tutoring / Needed~
Needed~Misc.
ATTENTION PLEASE! I am trying to keep the ads in as long as there is room, but some of these ads have been in for a looooong time! Maybe
it’s time to lower your price or possibly even donate your item ! Please remember to contact the Rectory at (313) 381381-5601 if your
your item has sold,
been donated or just would like to make changes. Ads can be dropped off at the Rectory or emailed to [email protected]
[email protected]
REMINDER: Home Care/Senior Care ads have been removed and no longer accepted. The ads below are posted as a courtesy to our St.
Frances Cabrini parishioners. Cabrini is not affiliated with nor do we have any more information than what is stated in the ads.
HIRING: Voran Funeral Home. We are a family owned funeral
home looking for two part time associates to join our team. We are
seeking Funeral Home Support Associate/Greeter and also a Death
Certificate Processor. Standard Greeter shifts are usually 3pm9pm with some 9am-3pm available. Death Certificate Processor are
usually 9am-3pm. Must be able to work weekends and holidays.Please call Eleana Voran Keding at (313) 928-2300.
HIRING: Allen Park Electrical Contractor - Haddix Electric - is
looking for a Licensed Electrical Journeyman. Minimum 3 years
experience in commercial & residential. Please send resume to
[email protected]
HIRING: Are you a certified ultrasound technician? We are a ProLife organization offering free ultrasounds for pregnant moms, especially those who are abortion vulnerable. You can make your own
schedule and we can offer $25 p/hr. If you are interested, please
call Lennon Pregnancy Center at (313) 277-5637.
HIRING: Symon Rental is looking for summer help. The duties
would include loading, unloading and set-up and breakdown of
tents, tables and chairs. Please call Colleen (734)283-5374.
TUTORING: Teacher available for tutoring in Reading & Math. Call
Ruth at (734) 934-1405 or email [email protected]
TUTORING: Tutoring in Math, Science & History or SATs for 5th
grade and up. Working on teachers certificate. Call 549-6761.
TUTORING: Math, Chemistry & Physics for high school & college
students. ACT prep in all subjects. I am a Cabrini parishioner with a
solid engineering & tutoring background. Reasonable rates and
flexible scheduling. Contact Dan at [email protected]
TUTORING: Fluent native Spanish speaker available for tutoring.
Wayne State Graduate in Spanish. Parishioner. Laura (313)5858650 or [email protected]
FOR HIRE: Seamstress ~ uniform hems to formal wear - I do it all.
Custom sewing/Crocheting/Knitting. Allen Park resident & Parishioner. Call Robbie (734)626-4037.
FOR HIRE: A wide variety of pet care in your home or mine.
Cabrini Parish family. Call Kathy (313)982-7004.
FOR HIRE: Light housecleaning & errands. Minimum 3/4 hours at
$10.00 p/hr. Allen Park/Melvindale area. Call Gloria (313)389-5506.
FOR HIRE: Rides to the doctor, store, errands & light housekeeping. Call Danielle (734) 497-4696.
FOR HIRE: House cleaning, laundry & shopping for you! Cabrini
parishioner, references available. Call Shirley (313)434-6027.
FOR HIRE: Very generous & compassionate person to lend a helping hand for you or your loved ones ~ all help from A to Z! Very experienced and caring. Minimum 2 hours. Call Mary (734)680-0812.
BABYSITTER NEEDED: Full, part-time or on occasional basis.
Two children, girls ages 14 & 11. Very active, Special needs.
Please call Jen (313)320-2796. Must be honest, caring and patient.
Full time benefits available. After school/weekend/evening.
FOR SALE: Couch~ripe pear colored. Paid $800, will sell for $300.
Call (313)381-3964.
FOR SALE: Craftsman 3HP-1400PSI high pressure washer $190.
16” hanging ceiling lamp w/leaded & stained glass panels $30.
Rocking horse $75. Call (734)287-6418.
FOR SALE: Smoker barbeque w/tank $500. Two bunk bed sets~5
pieces. Portable sewing machine, table sewing machine w/chair
and a like new ironing mangle.Make offer.Call Mary (734)680-0812.
FOR SALE: Exquisite Lenox fine china featuring a red rose w/24K
gold trim. 8 place settings & 9 accessory pieces $1,000. Also Lenox
crystal w/24K trim $300. Proud Cabrini parishioner. Call (734)5529597.
FOR SALE: Floor tiles. Make offer. Call Mary (734)680-0812.
FOR SALE: Traditional 8x11 wool rug w/fringe (red, black & gold)
from Ethan Allen. Excellent condition. Professionally cleaned. $800
or best offer. Picture upon request. Call (313)421-1978.
FOR SALE: One (1) cemetery plot at Our Lady of Hope. Section
E46 #6. $1,100. Call John (734)309-3906.
FOR SALE: Three (3) plots at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery. Lot 21 of
section 20 in old section. $1,200 each. Electric Toro power snow
shovel, like new, $40. Call (734)282-3507.
FOR SALE: Vintage late 50’s coffee table & two (2) end tables.
Great condition, leather top. $75 for all 3. Call Marylou (734)4868564.
FOR SALE: Wet/Dry ShopVac, 8 gallon $60. Big box floor fan $20.
Contemporary Blonde sofa table $60. Call Valerie (313)381-0985.
FOR SALE: Georgia Boot Co. men’s size 9.5 8”brown insulated
waterproof outdoor/hunting boots, like new $75. Call (313)587-1541
after 12pm.
FOR SALE: Bread maker $20. Cuisinart blender/food processor
$35. Call Dave (313)381-5717.
FOR SALE: Brand new Charles Schneider hazelnut leather
loveseat. $900. Call (313) 613-6100.
FOR SALE: 92” dark brown, 2 cushion couch. One year old. $150.
Call Kathy (313) 292-9632.
FOR SALE: Vacation/retirement home near S. Higgins Lake State
Park. Double wide trailer, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, large living room, 2
car garage on 1/2 acre. Call Larry (313)388-6831.
FOR SALE: Upright piano, $300. Call Theresa (734) 787-1227.
FOR SALE: Two (2) crypts/tandem. Trillium Gardens section at MI
Memorial. Block 28C, Section 804, Row 3 (eye level). Crypts H&J.
Paid $9750, will sell both for $6000. Call (734)981-3290.
FOR SALE: Beautiful mahogany mink coat. Size 16. Original cost
$1500. Selling for $175. Call (313)231-0364.
HOME FOR SALE: Lovely well maintained 3 bedroom, hardwood
floors, finished basement 1 1/2 bath Ranch home in Allen Park for
sale by Owner. Call (734) 444-7473.
FOR SALE: Esther Williams 18ft round, 4ft high heavy aluminum
swimming pool. Safety fence around top of pool. Doesn’t rust. 2
pumps. 1 sand filter. Storage box & screen cleaners. You take down
$500 OBO. Parishioner. Please call Ron Howle (313)382-0919 (h)
(313) 320-9418 (c).
FOR SALE: 4pc Patio set $165. Porch swing $65. Solid wood kitchen hutch $180. Bar stools (4) $180. Solid wood chairs (6) early
1900’s $125. Black microwave $35. All items OBO. Please call
(313)243-6981.
FOR SALE: 2 chairs $80 each/obo. 2 end tables, solid, $60 for pair/
obo. Call (313)429-3648.
FOR SALE: Glass picnic table & 4 padded chairs plus umbrella.
Very good condition. $100. Call (313)386-1073.
BABYSITTER NEEDED: looking for an in-home child care provider
for the upcoming school year. Three 1/2 days, 2 full days. Located
in Allen Park. Please call Samantha (313)574-4495.
FOR SALE: End tables, glass top, $60 pair. Stearns Foster queen
sleeper sofa (green) $60. Loveseat $40 available in September.
Swivel recliner $50 available now. (313) 386-7027.
FOR HIRE: Need someone to watch your pet? Compassionate
“fur” mom will care for your pet. Day and evenings. Please call Mary
(734)680-0812.
LESSONS: Piano, voice & woodwinds. State certified teacher has
openings for students of all ages. Parish member. Call Theresa at
(313) 550-1716.

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