Bulletin June 29, 2014 - St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church

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Bulletin June 29, 2014 - St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church
WEEKLY FINANCIAL SUPPORT
SUMMARY & FISCAL YTD SUMMARY
JUNE WEEKLY INCOME
MASS INTENTIONS
CHURCH SUPPORT
6/1
6/8
6/15
6/22
Weekly Church Support Budget 15,885 15,885 15,885 15,885
Church Support (Offertory)
13,536 11,568 11,424 12,863
Monthly Online Donations
-
Mon
June 30 @ 8:30AM
Communion Service
Tue
July 1
@ 8:30AM
Ann Wilson (dec)
Wed
July 2
@ 8:30AM
Josephine Cedar (dec)
Thu
July 3
@ 8:30AM
Mary Gallo (dec)
Fri
July 4
@ 10:00AM
Maddela Family (int)
Sat
July 5
@ 5:00PM
Susan Archambault (dec)
Sat
July 5
@ 7:00PM
People of St. Thomas
ATTENDANCE / ASISTENCIA
Sat June 21 @ 5:00 PM
241
Sun
July 6
@ 9:00AM
Pio Abcede (dec)
Sat June 21
@ 7:00
PM
439
Sun
July 6
@ 11:30AM
Joseph Dionne (dec)
Sun June 22
@ 9:00 AM
329
Sun June 22
Total
@ 11:30 AM
260
1,269
PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR SICK
Mary Ann Johnson, Betty Sprott, Berry Hill, Joyce Lewis,
Julie Sheffer, Marian Knieriem, Alma Bennett, Jean
Gondoly, Jeremy Tinsley, Angie Ovens, Murray Causey, Roy
Walsh, Kelly Croswait, Margaret Holsenbeck, Dick
Myers, John Bowser, Shirley Hetzel, Don Henry, Wanda
Bolchko, Judi Sneesby, Gerry Zaar, Al Bartkoski, Christine
Kingsbury, Joe Coriaci, Joe Krzysik, Wes Becker, Joan
Bonta, Joe Salada, Anna Aseltine, Marilyn Macheske,
Shatha Ankawi, Tom Manley, Cheryl Nadeau, Dan
Coughlin, Candi Smith, Red Gilbert, Mary Ann Herlihy,
John Hvizdos, Jo Doster
CURSILLISTAS
English-speaking women’s group meets on Thursdays at
7:30AM in the church. For information, call Bette Purvis
458-8070. For information about the English speaking
men’s group, call Tony Hartman, 458-0936.
ROSARY
Immediately following Daily Mass.
HOMEBOUND
HOMEBOUND MINISTRY
“How wonderful it would be if we spent as much energy
living our religion as we do arguing about it.”
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DEBT REDUCTION
Weekly Debt Reduction Budget
Debt Reduction
Monthly Online Donations
8,077
3,659
-
8,077
2,719
-
8,077
7,261
-
8,077
2,292
-
COME EXPLORE CATHOLICISM
Do you have a family member or friend who is
interested in learning about the Catholic faith?
Do you know someone who was baptized Catholic as an
infant, but never received any other sacraments, or
attended religious education or Mass while growing up?
Are you a visitor, curious about what the Catholic
Church teaches? Perhaps thinking about joining the
Catholic Church?
For more info, please call Edie Shanahan, 865-271-9276,
or [email protected]
LITURGY OF THE HOURS – EVENING PRAYER
Join the Regina Caeli Schola for sung Vespers each
Tuesday at 5:30pm.
COMMUNION SERVICES
Monday, June 30
Monday, July 7
DAILY MASS: FRIDAY, JULY 4TH
Daily Mass on Friday 4th of July will be at 10:00 AM.
FR. DOUG ANNOUNCES NEW STAFF
APPOINTMENT
I am very pleased to announce that Jim Polhamus will be
joining our staff on July 1st, serving as Liturgical
Coordinator. This is an important new focus for St.
Thomas and I know Jim will do a tremendous job.
This part-time position will serve to assist in
coordinating functions including Extraordinary Ministers
of Holy Communion, Lectors, Ushers, Servers, and
Sacristans. In this new position, Jim will be preparing
and updating policies and manuals, as well as
coordinating training for ministry volunteers, and
maintaining a current data base for all ministries. He
will work closely with the pastor and associate pastor,
the liturgical scheduler, and the parish staff.
As Liturgical Coordinator, Jim will also provide
management and oversight of the St. Thomas
columbarium, including records, policies, and grounds.
As a volunteer, he supervised the construction of the
columbarium in 2005, and has administered it since.
Jim and his wife, Faye, moved from Maryland to
Tennessee in 1997. His extensive service at St. Thomas
the Apostle during the past seventeen years has
included serving as Sacristan, Lector, Extraordinary
Minister of Holy Communion, and Altar Server. He also
served as Chairman of the Church Design Committee for
our new church.
Please join me in congratulating and welcoming Jim as
Liturgical Coordinator.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
First Friday, July 4th from 10:00am – 3:00pm
Second Wednesday, July 9th 9:00am – 7:00pm
Third Thursday, July 17th 9:00am – 7:00pm
PARISH OFFICE CLOSING
The parish office will be closed on Friday, July 4th in
observance of Independence Day.
VOCAL WORKSHOP EVENT!
Do you enjoy music? Have you ever wanted to learn a
bit more about singing? Would you like to come to a
singing event that will be relaxed and fun-filled? Then
please join the Marla Sloane Emerson and the Music
Ministry Team as we present an Adult Vocal Workshop,
on Wednesday, July 23, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. This
workshop is for those who love to sing, those who are
just learning to sing, or even those who just want to
come and see what it's all about. NO PRESSURE! Prior
experience is not required. We will explore our voices
and what helps us to be better singers and listeners! COME
ONE - COME ALL! We'd love to see you there!
Reserve the date - Wednesday, July 23, from
6:00 to 8:00 pm in the Parish Family Life Center.
SPLASH HIKE!
Youth 8 - 12 grade invited on a *Splash Hike* in the
Smoky Mountains! Please return permission forms by
July 3rd. Place in blue gray basket left front of church.
Gather at 9:30 AM Saturday, July 12th. Wear clothes and
shoes you can get wet. No flip flops. Bring food and
drink for lunch.
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CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN DEANERY
TRAVELLING ICON
Monday, June 30 - Tuesday, July1, 2014
As part of our 25th Anniversary Celebration St. Thomas
the Apostle Church will house the Travelling Icon for two
days. It will be placed in the front steps of the
sanctuary. During these couple days, St. Thomas the
Apostle will be a station church. Those who come and
pray for the intention of the Holy Father, receive
Communion, and attend Confession all within ten days will
receive plenary indulgence. Prayer cards will be available
on a table in the narthex. Prayer cards include dates of
when other parishes will receive the Traveling Icon.
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FOURTH OF JULY BULLETIN DEADLINE
All bulletin articles need to be submitted by no later
than Tuesday, July 1st.
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FORTNIGHT FOR FREEDOM:
FREEDOM:
PATRIOTIC ROSARY SERVICE
The Knights of Columbus and Catholic Women’s Guild
invite all members of St. Thomas the Apostle parish to
join us in praying a Patriotic Rosary after the daily mass
on Thursday, July 3rd, 2014.
This service will be the closing of our Fortnight for
Freedom prayers. It is very important for us to pray for
the continuation of our religious freedoms in this
country.
PARISH FAMILY CAMPOUT
Celebrate Feast of St. Thomas
Campfire, S’mores,
Music,
Breakfast provided
Grab
a tent!
Questions? Call Kevin 865-310-5440
You may also go to www.fortnight4freedom.org for
information on actions to help protect our religious
freedoms.
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Jesus asks us to love Him. When we love our spouse
without condition, we are loving the Lord. Renew the
passion! Learn a practical communication technique;
rediscover your hopes and dreams; increase the love and
romance in your marriage; and have a whole weekend of
private time. The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Weekend in our area is August 22-24 in Atlanta, GA. You
can register online at wwme-section5.org and use code
Disc40 for a reduced application fee; you also can contact
John or Anne Wharton at [email protected] for more
information.
NOVEMBER, 2014 BALLOT QUESTION
ON ABORTION
In November, Amendment 1 will state:
Nothing in this Constitution secures or protects
a right to abortion or requires the funding of an
abortion. The people retain the right through
their elected state representatives and state
senators to enact, amend, or repeal statutes
regarding abortion, including, but not limited to,
circumstances of pregnancy resulting from rape
or incest or when necessary to save the life of
the mother.
Because of a radical 4 to 1 ruling by the Tennessee
Supreme Court in 2000, TN now boasts a broader right
to abortion than that recognized by Roe v. Wade or the
U.S. Constitution. In 2008, 23.7% of abortions were
sought by women residing out-of-state. "YES on 1" is a
non-profit pro-life group that is helping to spread the
word and educate TN residents about this important
ballot measure. Please look for future information
about this in the bulletin. www.yeson1tn.org
VOTE YES on Amendment One!!!!!!
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DIOCESAN HOMECOMING FAMILY DAY
CELEBRATION AND MASS
Bishop Stika invites you to join him on Saturday,
September 13th for our “Diocesan Homecoming” Family
Day Celebration and Closing Mass” on the campus of
Knoxville Catholic High School. Admission is FREE and a
Domino’s catered lunch is provided for this special day
that marks the conclusion of our Silver Jubilee Year of
Celebration which we opened last year with our
Eucharistic Congress. Our day of fun activities for all
ages begins at 10:00 am and concludes with an outdoor
Mass celebrated by Bishop Stika beginning at 4:00 pm
(fulfilling the Sunday obligation). Visit our webpage to
check out a long list of activities available such as
bounce houses for the kids, climbing walls, volleyball
and tug-of-war competitions, sports activities, a BBQ
competition and much more. While visiting our
webpage at www.dioknox.org/homecoming/, please
register so as to assist us with better planning our
complimentary food and beverages— it’s quick and
easy! We look forward to seeing you September 13th!!!
MAINTENANCE COLLECTION IN JUNE
In June, we are having our annual collection for parish
maintenance needs. This year’s collection will be used
to help pay for our new maintenance building. Upon
receiving excellent feedback on our drawings, minor
changes to the design were made, resulting in a
projected cost of $40,000.
We are grateful for your support of the Capital
Collection in January which fully funded our new
security system. However, that collection was not
sufficient to pay for the maintenance building.
Please prayerfully consider donating to this year’s
maintenance collection. If you are an envelope user, you
have an envelope in your June supply. If you would like
to give online, you may do so by going to the Maintenance
Fund giving opportunity on the WeShare site which is
accessible from our website, www.sthomaslc.com
MISA DEL DÍA EL VIERNES 4 DE JULIO
La Misa del Día el viernes 4 de julio será a las 10:00 AM.
ACAMPADA PARROQUIAL FAMILIAR
Celebremos La Fiesta de Santo Tomás Apóstol
EXPOSICIÓN DEL SANTÍSIMO
Primer viernes, 4 de julio de 10:00am – 3:00pm
Segundo miércoles, 9 de julio de 9:00am – 7:00pm
Tercer jueves, 17 de julio de 9:00am – 7:00pm
SERVICIOS DE COMUNIÓN
Lunes 30 de [email protected] 8:30am
Lunes 7 de julio @ 8:30am
Fogata, Música, Bombones quemados, Desayuno
¡Traiga su tienda para acampar!
¿Preguntas? Llame al 865-986-9885
CIERRE DE OFICINA PARROQUIAL
Viernes 4 de julio en cumplimiento del Día de la
Independencia de los Estados Unidos.
ENTRENAMIENTO DE RESUCITACIÓN
CARDIOPULMONAR (CPR)
Se ofrecerá un entrenamiento de Resucitación
Cardiopulmonar (CPR) para la comunidad de Santo
Tomas. Los interesados deben llamar a Lupe Cornejo,
865-394-1093.
El costo es de $30.00 y se tiene que pagar antes del 5 de
julio. La duración del entrenamiento es de 2 a 3 horas.
Aún no tenemos la fecha exacta, todo depende de
cuanta gente se inscriba. El entrenamiento será como a
finales de julio un miércoles o un jueves, si hay más
personas de lo que anticipamos, podría ser un sábado.
FORMACIÓN PARA LECTORES
Aparta esta fecha: sábado 2 de agosto, de 9am-11am,
en la iglesia. El Diacono Jesús Guerrero nos dará
formación a todos los lectores.
¡SPLASH HIKE!
¡Los grados escolares del 8 al 12 están invitados a una
caminata *Splash* en las Montañas Humeantes (Smoky
Mountains)! Devuelva la forma de permiso antes del 3
de julio. Coloque la forma en la canasta azul/gris que
encontrara a la izquierda del nártex de la iglesia. Nos
reuniremos a las 9:30am el sábado 12 de julio. Use ropa
y zapatos que puedan mojarse. No sandalias. Traiga
comida y bebida para el almuerzo.
CELEBRACIÓN Y MISA DEL DÍA
NOVIEMBRE,
NOVIEMBRE, PREGUNTA SOBRE EL
ABORTO EN LA VOTACIÓN DEL 2014
En noviembre, la primera pregunta de votación dice:
Nada en esta Constitución asegura o protege el derecho
al aborto o requiere el financiamiento de un aborto. El
pueblo retiene el derecho a través de sus representantes
y senadores estatales elegidos para aprobar,
enmendar, o revocar estatutos acerca del aborto,
incluyendo, pero no limitado a las circunstancias de
embarazo como resultado de una violación o de incesto
o cuando sea necesario para salvar la vida de la madre.
Debido a una resolución radical de 4 a 1 por la Corte
Suprema de Tennessee en 2000, Tennessee ahora tiene
un derecho al aborto más amplio que el reconocido por
Roe v. Wade o por la Constitución de los E.E.U.U. En
2008, 23.7% de los abortos fueron buscados por
mujeres residiendo fuera del estado. Yes on 1 es un
grupo pro-vida y sin fines de lucro que está
diseminando información y educando a los residentes
de Tennessee sobre este importante proyecto de
ley. Por favor, busque en el boletín por más
información sobre este proyecto en el futuro.
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DIOCESANO DE LA FAMILIA
El Obispo Stika lo invita a unirse a él, el sábado 13 de
septiembre para la celebración del Día Diocesano de la
Familia y la Misa de Clausura en las instalaciones de
Knoxville Catholic High School. La entrada es gratuita y
Domino’s ofrecerá el almuerzo para este día tan
especial que marca la conclusión de nuestro Festejo de
Jubileo del Año de Plata que abrimos el año pasado con
nuestro Congreso Eucarístico. Nuestro día de divertidas
actividades para todas las edades comienza a las 10:00
am y concluye con una Misa al aire libre celebrada por
el Obispo Stika comenzando a las 4:00 pm (el
cumplimiento de la obligación del domingo). Visite
nuestra página de internet para revisar una larga lista
de actividades disponibles, tales como casas inflables
para los niños, paredes de escalada, voleibol y
concursos guerra de soga, actividades deportivas, un
concurso de Bar-Be-que y mucho más. Mientras visita
nuestra página web www.dioknox.org/homecoming/,
por favor registrarse con el fin de que nos ayuden con
una mejor planificación para la comida y bebidas de
cortesía- ¡es rápido y fácil! ¡Esperamos verlo el 13 de
septiembre!
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