Growing in Christ and Living Our Faith through Relationships

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Growing in Christ and Living Our Faith through Relationships
A ROMAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY Ÿ 1465 INCARNATION DRIVE Ÿ CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 22901
Office Phone: (434) 973-4381 Fax: (434) 973-1757 E-Mail: [email protected]ish.org Website: www.incarnationparish.org
Fr. Gregory Kandt, Pastor ~ Fr. Edwin Montanez, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Mr. Christopher Morash, Deacon ~ Rev. Mr. Thomas Healey, Deacon ~ Rev. Mr. Bernard Taylor, Deacon
Growing in Christ and Living Our Faith through Relationships
th
June 30, 2013 – 13 Sunday in Ordinary Time
Readings: 1 Kings 19:16b,19-21–Galatians 5:1,13-18–Luke 9:51-62
OFFICE HOURS: 8:30am-2:00pm Monday
8:30am–4:30pm Tuesday–Friday
(Closed: 12:20–12:50pm daily)
LITURGY SCHEDULE:
Monday–Friday: Mass times on page 2
Saturday: 5:30pm
Sunday: 9:00am, 11:30am & 4:30pm – English
1:30pm- Español
Nursery: 9:00am,11:30am & 1:30pm
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Saturday 4:30–5:00pm or by appointment
Sunday 12:45-1:15pm (Español) or by appointment
Stewardship Opportunity ~ Tree of Life
Parishioners can permanently memorialize or
honor a loved one, family member or a friend by
making a donation for a leaf on our Tree of Life.
The tree is located on the south wall of the
Narthex. Enrollment forms are available next to the Tree of Life or
in the Parish Office. Forms can be returned in the collection
basket, to the Parish Office or mailed. Please make checks
payable to Church of the Incarnation with Tree of Life on the
memo line.
Our summertime series of TNT (Theater ʻNʼ
Theology) is featuring, in three parts over the
summer months, the epic 1977 Franco Zeffirelli
film Jesus of Nazareth. Maintaining the perfect
balance between religious fervor and realism, this
film depicts the life of Christ from His birth through
His resurrection. It is acclaimed exceptional for its
thorough Biblical and historical research written in
consultation with leading Catholic and Jewish
religious authorities. The film has an all-star cast including Robert
Powell, Anne Bancroft, Ernest Borgnine, James Farentino, James
Earl Jones, Stacy Keach, James Mason, Sir Laurence Olivier,
Christopher Plummer, Anthony Quinn, Fernando Rey, Rod
Steiger, Peter Ustinov, Michael York, and Olivia Hussey. Part II,
on the three years of Jesusʼ public ministry of teaching, healing,
and reconciling, will be shown on Friday, July 5, beginning
promptly at 7:00pm. All are welcome to come to our Incarnation
Movie Theater (the “Stone Chapel”) with comfortable seating,
large projection, and good sound. Childcare can be available for
a modest fee if reserved at the Parish Office by July 1. Come
watch and discuss a great movie with your brothers and sisters in
Christ! Facilitated by Fr. Gregory.
There will not be Exposition of the Blessed
Sacrament on Thursday, July 4.
Scheduled Litnics
Tuesday, July 2, at 6:30pm Casa Alma/Catholic Worker will
host a litnic in Charlottesville. Please call Laura & Steve Brown
at 409-0804 to let them know you will attend and to ask for
directions.
Friday, July 12, at 6:30pm Linda & Chip McConnell will host
a litnic in their home in Belmont. Please call 529-8136 to let
them know you will attend and to ask for directions.
Tuesday, August 6, at 6:30pm Our Just Peacemaking group
will host a litnic at the home of Kathy Kelly & Barry Bruce
in Charlottesville. Please call 202-8165 to let them know you
will attend and to ask for directions.
Tuesday, August 20, at 6:30pm Kathleen & Aaron Olowin
will host a litnic in their home in Charlottesville. Please call
975-3605 to let them know you will attend and to ask for
directions.
Wednesday, August 28, at 6:30pm Tif & Al Reynolds will
host a litnic in their home in Charlottesville. Please call 9747465 to let them know you will attend and to ask for directions.
The Parish Office will be closed on Thursday, July 4.
Parish Food Ministry - Adopt-a-Family
Collection
Our Food Ministry continues to grow and
serve more members of our city and
surrounding areas--currently almost 80
families (started with ten in 2009!). We rely
largely on your generosity to meet the food needs of our
brothers and sisters experiencing hunger. The most needed
items are canned chicken/tuna, canned refried beans, canned
fruit, pasta/spaghetti, breakfast cereal, and canned tomatoes.
Remember, next Sunday is our monthly Adopt-a-Family
Collection Weekend!
CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION
…since sacred Scripture must be read and interpreted with
its divine authorship in mind, no less attention must be
devoted to the content and unity of the whole of Scripture,
taking into account the Tradition of the entire Church and
the analogy of faith, if we are to derive their true meaning
from the sacred texts.
WORSHIP
Deacon Chris Morash: [email protected]
MASS INTENTIONS: June 29 - July 7
Saturday
Sunday
29: 5:30
30: 9:00
Madeline DuBois (Hanley Family)
Teresa & Erik Kabo-Special Intention
(Mary & Bill Balsam)
--Vatican II,
11:30
Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation, #12
SAVE THE DATE!!! Parish Directory 2013
Life Touch will be at Church of the Incarnation
to take your family portrait in preparation for
the 2013 edition of our Parish Directory on the
following dates: August 20-24, August 27-31,
and September 3-7. Hours: Tuesday through Friday 2:309:00pm and Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm. Each family having
their picture taken will receive a FREE 8”x10” photograph and
a FREE copy of the Directory. If you book your appointment
online, you will also receive a $10 coupon towards the
purchase of any photo package. For further information please
check the bulletin in the coming weeks or visit our parish
website: www.incarnationparish.org.
RACHELʼS VINEYARD RETREAT for healing after abortion
will be held July 19-21 at The Well Retreat Center in Smithfield,
VA sponsored by St. Joan of Arc Church. The weekend retreat
includes spiritual exercises, the sacrament of reconciliation, a
Memorial Service, and a Mass of Entrustment and is available
to men, women, and any people who may have been adversely
impacted by an abortion. Participation is strictly confidential
and offers a beautiful opportunity to experience Godʼs love,
forgiveness, and compassion. To register contact: Linda Riva
at 757-887-3144; email: [email protected] The cost is $185
for meals, private room, and all retreat materials. Financial
assistance is available!
Charlottesville Catholic School ~ CCS
www.cvillecatholic.org
434-964-0400
Fr. Bill LaFratta
(Jim & Pat McCormick Goodhart)
Monday
Tuesday
Wedʼday
1:30
4:30
1: 12:15
2: 6:30*
3: 12:15
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
4:
5:
6:
7:
Missa Pro Populo
Missa Pro Populo
Elena Toro (Margaret OʼBrien)
Missa Pro Populo
Mary Hotstetter & Susan Warner
(Special Intention – Bob & Joanne Niehaus)
12:15
12:15
5:30
9:00
No Mass
The Rives
Fr. Ralph Hamlet (Karen Lansing)
Rose & Gene Albro-Special Intention
11:30
Callie Robin Pierpont
th
(67 Wedding Anniversary)
(Linda Borgo)
1:30 Missa Pro Populo
4:30 Missa Pro Populo
6:30* Lit-nic at Casa Alma
WINE SUNDAY: We are very low in Mass wine. A reminder
that several times a year, we ask each parish
household to help replenish the supply of wine used
at our Masses, by donating a bottle of RED WINE.
You may bring it when you come to Liturgy, or drop it
off at the Parish Office during the week. We ask that you DO
NOT bring white, rosé, or sweet wines. Thank you.
Charlottesville Catholic Worker ~ Casa Alma
[email protected]
As the summer approaches, we are focused on completing the
community house addition and caring for our gardens and
animals. We have informal work days scheduled for selected
Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout the summer
and could certainly use some helping hands. If you'd like to
join us, please email us for details.
OPEN HOUSES continue throughout the summer on July 7,
August 4, and September 1 from 2:00-4:00pm. These are
great times to stop by and visit, especially if you haven't seen
Casa Alma in awhile.
BECOME A PART OF CCS: If you would like your child to
learn in a faith-filled, Catholic community with a vigorous
academic curriculum, please consider visiting us in 2013! We
continue to have limited spaces in grades Pre-K through
Eighth grade for the upcoming school year. Please contact our
Admissions Coordinator, Kim Emmert at 434-964-0400, email
at [email protected] to schedule a convenient time
for you to visit and see what CCS is all about. Additionally,
you may visit our website at www.cvillecatholic.org to learn
more about Charlottesville Catholic School and how your
family can become a part of our nurturing community.
Body: Get a good start. Eat breakfast every day.
POSITIONS for 2013-2014: We are seeking individuals for
the following teaching positions. For more info please visit
http://www.cvillecatholic.org/about-ccs/join-ourfacultystaff/.
–Spanish Teacher (Middle School & Elementary)
–Middle School Social Studies Teacher.
Mind: When you have too much to do and too little time, ask for
help.
Spirit: Find a place to serve someone experiencing some pain
you have faced.
Green: Give up paper subscriptions and go to the library.
LIT-NIC: Tuesday, July 2 at 6:30pm. All are welcome to
attend. Please bring a lawn chair and a dish to share!
WELLNESS TIPS
Bulletin printing sponsored by courtesy of Gary Albert, State Farm Agent 434-296-1222
13
TH
SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
JUNE 30, 2013
YOUTH MINISTRY
FINANCIAL RESOURCES
Patrick Drury: [email protected]
For the weekend of June 22/23
General Offertory
Outreach
Haiti
Oklahoma Relief
$ 7,390
$
150
$
105
$
76
We kindly ask all parishioners to remember that the parish
operates every day of the year. We appreciate your consistent
giving, even while you are away on vacation. Thank you!
2012 Annual Diocesan Appeal Update
We wanted to take this opportunity to let you know how
gifts made to the Appeal are advancing the mission of our
parish and our Diocese. When you have a moment, we
encourage you to visit the Appeal website at
www.richmonddiocese.org/appeal. There you will find more
information on the Appeal including the 2012 Annual Report.
Over 85% of our donors have already completed their
pledge, and we want to thank you very much for fulfilling your
commitment. If you made a pledge to the 2012 Appeal and
still owe a balance, the Diocese will be sending one final
reminder this month asking you to complete your pledge.
Thank you for your continued support of the important
ministries and programs that are made possible due to your
generosity to the Annual Appeal.
EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES
[email protected]
DIOCESAN JOB LIST: visit www.richmonddiocese.org/human.
Click on “subscribe for job updates” to receive new notices.
RICHMOND CATHOLIC ENGAGED ENCOUNTER and the
Center for Marriage, Family, and Life extend the invitation for all
to attend a half-day workshop on Saturday, July 13 from 8:3011:30am in Richmond called “Marriage 2.0: Living & Loving Our
st
Vocation in the 21 Century” at the Holiday Inn Koger Center
(1021 Koger Center Blvd Richmond, Virginia 23235). Keynote
speakers will be Msgr. Timothy Keeney, pastor of Saint Bede in
Williamsburg, speaking on “The New Evangelization and
Marriage Preparation” and Steve Cooper, co-founder and editorin-chief of Hitched (www.hitchedmag.com) speaking on
“Managing Marriage Amidst the Social Media Madness.” The
cost of the seminar is $25 per couple to attend. Babysitting may
be available depending on the demand. Learn more and register
at www.richmondvacee.org/2013marriageseminar.htm.
DISABILITY NETWORKING & AWARENESS WORKSHOP will
be held at the Church of the Redeemer, Mechanicsville – Fri/Sat
July 12-13: Friday 1:00-3:00pm or 6:00-8:00pm or Saturday
10:00-noon. These workshops are for anyone interested in how
the greater Church wants to include individuals with
disabilities. Hear about the goals of the Diocesan Disability
Office, the collaboration with the Christian Formation Office, and
the upcoming White Mass which honors the giftedness of
individuals with disabilities. We welcome your input! All are
invited. Please call or email April McNulty at 804 622-5206 or
[email protected] to make a reservation.
PARISHWIDE RETREAT: Jacob Simons and Sarah
Pedersen will be hosting a “thanksgiving retreat” July 28,
1:30-4:15pm, in the PAC, and everybody in the parish is
invited! We are so grateful for all of the support we received
this past year with NET ministries, and this retreat is one
small way for us to return the favor. Please join us for a slide
show, stories, reflection and prayer! Have questions? Email
Sarah at [email protected]
YARD SALE: Sarah Pedersen will be organizing a
yard sale to help fundraise money for a second
year
of
service
with
NET
Ministries
(www.netusa.org). Last year Sarah traveled to
over 22 states and worked with over 6,000 young people,
sharing the Gospel and helping them realize the Catholic faith
is for them. The yard sale will be Sat., August 3 &
Sun.,
August 4. Start gathering your gently used items now! Watch
the bulletin for details about drop off times. Please contact
Sarah at [email protected] with questions.
To everything there is a season and a time
for every purpose under heaven . . .
“. . . a time to be born . . .”
“. . . a time to be healed . . .”
Wayne Altstadt, Dorothea Anthony, Fr. Dan Bain, Bob
Benzing, Ginnie Boucher, Stanley Brezinski, Frank Brinkac,
Marilyn Buck, Elaine Bunch, Rose Byrne, Jude Campbell,
Frances Cecalupo, Nancy Chambers, Vivian Chasin, Jenny
Balsam-Christensen, Delores Coia, Richard Cook, Christine
Cormier, Simon Cory, Meliton Costilla, Cox Family, Joe
Crowley, John DʼCosta, Toni DelBene, Evans DiSantis, Kay
Dannals, Thomas Eaton, Joe Feeley, Nancy Floyd, Mike
Fitzpatrick, Alice Anne Garrett, Richard Gargett, Matthew
Grimes, Ben Guthrie, Ines Hernandez, Kelly Hibbs, Jean
Holienka, Morgan Huff, Ray Jacquin, Richard Jansen,
Michelle Johnson, Maureen Knabb, Tippie Koenig, Helen
Krespach, Tyler Lafferty, Alan Leidecker, John Llewellyn &
John, Paul Lochli, Diane Lohrer, Amy Martin, Helen Miska,
Vito Maltese, Lena Mariotti, Carmen Martindale, Chris
Maslyk, Sophia Marie McCandlish, Susan McKeowin, Msgr.
Chester Micheal, Levi Miller, Vito Morlino, Candice Morris,
Ed Morris, Melanie Dinh Morrison, Stanley Narkon, Melvin
Nash, Jenny & Chris Nygren, Frank OʼLeary, Kelly Owens,
Patrick Paczkowski, Betty & Paul Peck, , Kathy Graf Pierce,
Bob Pomeroy, Katie Prendergast, Leo Prosser, Rachel
Reilly, Irene Reynolds, Chris & Jadea Riener, James
Robins, Theresa Ruddy, Patrick Russamano, Sheri Sadero,
Jennifer & David Scheer, Jessica Schnittka, Patricia
Schuster, Roger Scott, Bill Shea, Tom Shepherd, Naomi
Sissons, Brenda Shortall, Frank Stalzer, Matthew Sweeney,
Jo Marie Tanzola, Glenda Voelmeck, Baby McKenna, Pat
Velikov, John Vlasis, Jeanne Wagner, Ashlann Walter,
Denise Washington, Lisa Weakley, Carole Wells, Rebecca
West, Heather Wetzel, Marianne Zeigler
“. . . a time to love . . .”
“. . . a time to die . ..”
Anna Cangialosi ~ Mother of Judy Cangialosi
We celebrate the life of our parish!
Please let us know if you are new to the parish,
are moving from it, are celebrating a significant
event or are in need of prayers.
Rosemary Katherine Waaser
“. . . and a time of peace .”
Erin Moe Horsfall, Joshua Ostrowski,
Charles Pitt, David Wallace
Bulletin printing sponsored by courtesy of Gary Albert, State Farm Agent 434-296-1222
Twinning with the Little Brothers and Sisters of the Incarnation, Pandiassou, Haiti
JUSTICE AND CHARITY MINISTRY
Kristen Schenk: [email protected]
PARISH FOOD MINISTRY-TEAM MEMBERS NEEDED! In
addition to your donations of food, we need more people to be
a part of our Food Ministry team! There are many ways you
can help: picking up bread/pastries from a bakery, helping
prepare the bags of food, assisting with Sunday distribution,
and more. Please contact Tom ([email protected]) or
Kristen to see how you can respond to your baptismal call to
ministry and to serving those in need through the Food
Ministry!
GREEN
CHRISTIAN FORMATION
Nancy Brinkac: [email protected]
TEAM
PRODUCE/PLANT SWAP: During the
summer months, our Green Team will
offer a place in the hallway by the Parish
Hall where our parish family can share
surplus vegetables, fruits, and plants with one another. Feel
free to bring something that you have too much of or to pick up
some fresh items for your own use. (Note: if you want to share
something that others might not recognize, please use one of
the available notecards to label your contribution.) Look for
the table with the garden tablecloth.
OFFENDER AID AND RESTORATION (OAR) KITS: Donʼt
forget to save your unopened travel size hotel toiletries from all
of your upcoming trips! Four times a year, we assemble
toiletry kits (with shampoo, toothpaste, lotion, toothbrush,
deodorant, etc.) to be distributed to those served by OAR, and
we rely on your contributions to assemble the kits. Please
place any donations in the Outreach basket in the Narthex.
We accept these items year-round!
ECO-PILGRIMAGE TO APPALACHIA: Following Marchʼs
wonderful Day of Reflection with Fr. John Rausch, director of
the Catholic Committee for Appalachia, we are organizing a
group of Incarnation parishioners to travel to Appalachia
September 12-14 to learn more about the culture, economy,
environment, and challenges of the region. We plan to visit
places such as a mountaintop removal site, a fracking site, a
panel of local people who want to share about their
lives/stories, the Christian Appalachian Project, and others.
Cost for accommodations/travel/breakfast is $150 per person,
and space is limited for the trip! If you have questions or
would like to go, please contact Dianne Gagliano (964.1939,
[email protected]) or Carl Stacy (973.3759,
[email protected]).
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY – ROUND TWO! Having
completed our first sponsorship with Habitat for Humanity, we
are eager to continue this partnership by recruiting
parishioners to for build days at the Habitat sites throughout
the year ahead. Sign-up sheets are available in the Narthex
for July 6, August 10, September 14, October 19, and
Novemeber 9. We are looking for parishioners to help with
construction, providing lunches, and photography. We look
forward to having many of you involved in this ministry of
helping provide decent homes to families in need!
Jesus said to them, “Come away by yourselves to a deserted
place and rest awhile." Mark 6:31
As your Coordinator of Christian Formation, I'm going to take
Christ's message to heart this summer. I will be out of the office
in July, but will periodically check email and office voicemail. Do
not hesitate to contact me. I view this as an opportune time to
meet with you on or off site to chat with you about your faith
growth or any of our Christian Formation programs.
F.I.R.E. (Family Intergenerational Religious Education): a
Christian Formation program in which parishioners of all ages
form groups that meet in each others' homes from September
through May to conduct Christian Formation. For kids, FIRE
takes the place of our traditional Sunday CF classes during the
year. Groups decide when and where to meet. Lessons are
also pre-planned, so that facilitators of groups need to simply
modify to meet the needs of their group. Most importantly,
"FIRE explores and explains the main truths of our faith and
offers a veritable gold mine of experiences, discussions, games,
and simulations to guide families and groups through the faithsharing experience," Kathleen O'Connell Chesto, author of
FIRE. We're forming groups NOW for next year. Groups are
formed based on geographic location and ages of
participants. Kindly contact Al Reynolds, FIRE coordinator, at
[email protected] or 434-974-7465 to chat about the
possibilities.
CHRISTIAN FORMATION REGISTRATION (CF) for next year's
programs are now open. Kindly stop by the office during office
hours
or
print
off
a
form
from
our
website
(incarnationparish.org/LEARN) and mail to our office. Forms
will not be accepted without payment. Fees are printed at the
bottom of the registration form.
ATTENTION PARENTS OF RISING SECOND GRADERS: If
your child is a rising second grader (7 is the age of reason) and
attended a Catholic school and/or participated in our first grade
Christian Formation at Incarnation last year, he or she is eligible
to prepare for the sacraments of First Reconciliation and First
Eucharist in 2013-14. (If you home schooled your child last
year, kindly contact me to review your child's readiness.) While
your child is enrolled at CCS or in our CF program in second
grade, parents will be expected to attend parent meetings during
the year. Why parent meetings? At Incarnation, we believe that
the best way for children to grow in faith is for the entire family to
do so together. This is especially true when a family member
prepares for and celebrates a sacrament. To integrate and
apply what your child is learning in class, we expect you to work
with him or her at home using a "user friendly" book and DVD,
working with your child's catechist/teacher and the Coordinator,
and praying together as a family. You will receive a letter in
September outlining our sacramental prep program. In the
meantime, dates for parent meetings and our Bread Baking
Reflection Day are already posted on our website at the LEARN
link, Sacramental Prep page. Mark them down now on your
family's calendar! Looking forward to growing in faith with your
family next year!
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Corner of Hillsdale Dr. & Rio Road East
BUS: 434-296-1222 [email protected]

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