OUR LADY OF THE HILLS CATHOLIC CHURCH

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OUR LADY OF THE HILLS CATHOLIC CHURCH
OUR LADY OF THE HILLS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
120 Marydale Lane
Columbia, SC 29210
Parish Office–772-7400
Fax –798-8030
E-Mail [email protected]
Website: ourladyofthehillssc.org
STAFF
REV. PETER SOUSA CSsR
Pastor –Ext. 1
[email protected]
Medical Emergency – 803-772-7490
REV. JOHN MURRAY CSsR
Parochial Vicar
[email protected]
REV.GUSTAVO CORREDOR
Parochial Vicar - Ext. 3
Cell 803-394-6773
[email protected]
SISTER CHRISTINA MURPHY, SNDdeN
Pastoral Associate – Ext. 2
[email protected]
DEACON CHUCK DIRUSSO
794-3388 or
[email protected]
DEACON DENNIS JONES
808-7196
DEACON STEVE BURDICK
798-8296
DEACON MARK GRAY
803-447-8483
[email protected]
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday, (Vigil) 5:30 PM
Sunday, 8AM, 10AM & 12NOON
Spanish Mass –3:30 P.M.
Bi – Lingual 5:15 P.P.M.
RECONCILIATION
Saturday, 4pm or by appointment
ST.VINCENT DE PAUL
Community Assistance - 465-1644
JACKIE BRACE
Director of Religious Education-ext.
13
[email protected]
ELIZABETH HUDACKO
Youth Minister - Ext. 4
[email protected]
GLORIA CAZALLIS
Secretary Religious Ed- Ext.114
[email protected] &
[email protected]
PEGGY WILLIAMS
Parish Secretary - Ext. 5
[email protected]
MARIANNE MELTON
Bookkeeper - Ext. 7
[email protected]
OLGA MOULY
Parish Bi-Lingual Assistant
772-7400 Ext 6
[email protected]
JUAN MARMOLEJO
LAMAR SAXON
Maintenance
OUR LADY OF THE HILLS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Mission Statement
Our Lady of the Hills Roman Catholic Church is inspired by the Holy Spirit and formed by
the Gospel, under the patronage of Mary, the Mother of Jesus. Our mission is to preach and
teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As one family under God, the Father, we welcome all who
come to us and are particularly mindful of those in need.
Welcome ~ We welcome all newcomers to our parish family and request that you see an Usher after
mass for a registration packet or call the Parish Office. Please stop by the Hospitality Table after
Mass if you have any questions concerning the Parish.
Sacramental Information
Baptism - You must call the parish office to register for a Baptism Class. This must be done one month prior
to the scheduled class. Call the Parish Office for more information.
Marriage - You must contact the Parish Office at least six months prior to wedding.
Anointing of the Sick -If you find yourself or a loved one as a patient in a hospital and are in need of
the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, please call the office during business hours as soon as
possible. Please do not wait until your loved one is in critical condition. There can be unavoidable
delays in a priest getting to the hospital immediately. Also, if you plan on entering the hospital for a
particular procedure, you may receive the Sacrament of the Anointing, prior to admission, by making
contact with the parish office.
Catholic Inquiry - No previous experience necessary. Contact Debbie Heizer, Inquiry Coordinator
or Deacon Steve Burdick at the Parish Office at 772-7400. Discover the Catholic Church!
Change of Status
If you have a change in your family information (i.e. new address, new phone # or leaving the parish)
please notify the Parish Office.
Attention Young Adults!! Interested in finding out what is available in our Diocese-go to these
web sites http://sccatholic.org/young-adultministry http://catholicyoungadultsofsc.com
The Vocations Office - would like to announce its presence on Twitter (@FatherKirby) and on
Facebook (Charleston Vocations). The office invites everyone to “follow” and “like” us on these
social media.
Since each of us is given unique gifts to serve, finding an opportunity to apply our
gifts, heart, abilities, and experiences in the church is important. MINISTRY CORNER
- we remain in need of: Cantors-please contact Mickey [email protected], Ushers-please contact Dennis Sheahan at [email protected] or 2613282, Ministers of the Eucharist & Adult Altar Servers please contact Maria Bernhagen [email protected], Altar Servers – please contact Gloria Cazallis @
[email protected] - Choir – Saturday @ 5:30 please contact Debbie Bernhagen @ 750-7146
[email protected] / for the 10am Choir please contact Erin Burdick @ (803) 237-2833, Nursery
workers – Contact Pam Baxley @ 732-8985, Altar Committee Members – Contact Pat Reiland 7813371, Lectors – Contact Randi Olafson @ 803-732-4884 or [email protected]
Dear Friends,
Easter, when delight was turned to disappointment and
disappointment was turned to delight. Surely Satan and the forces
of evil must have thought they had won the great battle. If the
forces of evil could have danced, surely they must have been
dancing in the streets. They thought they had killed the Son of
God.
Darkness seemed to have been reigning supreme from the
time when Judas and an armed crowd, came to arrest Jesus under
the cloak of darkness. Darkness provided the cover for the evil
intentions of those persecuting Jesus but also for the shameful
abandonment of Jesus by his disciples. Even Peter had to slink
away into the darkness to hide his shame.
How the forces of evil must have rejoiced as “from noon
onward there was darkness over the whole land,” until at last Jesus
“gave up his spirit.” How they must have believed that this
darkness was just a foretaste of the spiritual darkness which would
envelope the earth unabated by the Light of the World. But God
had another plan and turned their delight to disappointment.
While darkness still seemed to reign, Mary Magdalene and her
companions, and later Peter and John, came “while it was still
dark” only to find an empty tomb. Disappointment upon
disappointment, or so it seemed at first. But when they realized
that the face cloth was separate from the other burial wrappings, a
ray of hope and light pierced the darkness, never to be
extinguished again. Rather, it was a ray of hope and light which was
to grow in brilliance as Christ’s resurrection became known and its
meaning understood. Praise God, disappointment is now turned to
delight!
“The New Testament writers speak as if Christ’s achievement
in rising from the dead was the first event of its kind in the whole
history of the universe. He is the ‘first fruits’, the ‘pioneer of life’.
He has forced open a door that has been locked since the death of
the first man. He has met, fought, and beaten the King of Death.
Everything is different because He has done so. This is the
beginning of the New Creation: a new chapter in cosmic history
has opened.” (C.S. Lewis, from Miracles)
Christ’s arrest, suffering, death, burial and resurrection
introduced a new creation, a new life that has not only escaped the
bonds of death but also the chains of enslavement to our natural
passions and their subsequent evil behavior. With Jesus’
resurrection comes power to live differently. Jesus introduces a
whole new perspective and purpose to life—life lived in union and
communion with the Trinity. This new-creation life is described in
Ephesians 5 as walking in the Light because through the Holy
Spirit’s abiding presence we are able to see life with new insight. In
addition, walking in the Light implies a life of holiness is possible,
free from the shadows of darkness.
Wherever or whenever you are experiencing darkness of the
soul, Jesus is there, a Light shining in darkness just as John said in
the beginning of his Gospel. We should no longer shrink into our
fears believing the lie that evil will triumph, but follow the
disciples’ example and seek out the resurrected Christ. He is risen,
he is triumphant, we are in him, full recipients of his victory. In
Christ, we are a new creation, and can experience living as a new
creation in the peace and power of Jesus. Contrary to the disciple
in today’s Gospel reading, we need not see and believe, but instead
we have the opportunity to believe and see.
Happy Easter!
Fr. John
Queridos amigos,
March 27, 2016
Pascua, cuando el deleite se convirtió en decepción y la
decepción se convirtió en placer. Sin duda, Satanás y las fuerzas del
mal deben haber pensado que habían ganado la gran batalla. Si las
fuerzas del mal podrían haber bailado, seguramente debieron haber
estado bailando en las calles. Ellos pensaron que habían matado al
Hijo de Dios.
La oscuridad parecía haber reinado desde el momento en
que Judas y una multitud armada, vinieron a arrestar a Jesús bajo el
manto de la oscuridad. La oscuridad cubrió las malas intenciones
de los que perseguían a Jesús, y también cubrió el abandono
vergonzoso a Jesús por sus discípulos. Incluso Pedro tuvo que
escabullirse en la oscuridad para ocultar su vergüenza.
Como las fuerzas del mal debieron regocijarse "desde el
mediodía en adelante hubo oscuridad sobre toda la tierra", hasta
que al final Jesús "entregó su espíritu." Como ellos debieron haber
creído que esta oscuridad era sólo un anticipo de la oscuridad
espiritual que sería envolver la tierra sin cesar por la luz del mundo.
Pero Dios tenía otro plan y volvió la alegría de ellos a la decepción.
Mientras la oscuridad todavía parecía reinar, María
Magdalena y sus acompañantes y más tarde Pedro y Juan, llegaron
"cuando todavía estaba oscuro" sólo para encontrar una tumba
vacía. Decepción tras decepción, o al menos eso parecía al
principio. Pero cuando se dieron cuenta de que la manta no estaba
junto a los otros envoltorios del entierro, un rayo de esperanza y
luz atravesó la oscuridad, para no ser extinguido de nuevo. Más
bien, era un rayo de esperanza y de luz que fue creciendo en
esplendor, así como la resurrección de Cristo llegó a ser conocida y
comprendida. Alabado sea Dios, la decepción se volvió un deleite!
“Los escritores del Nuevo Testamento hablan como si la
realización de Cristo en la resurrección de los muertos haya sido el
primer evento de este tipo en toda la historia del universo. Él es el
‘primer de los frutos’, el ‘pionero de la vida'. Él ha forzado una
puerta que había sido cerrada desde la muerte del primer hombre.
Él ha conocido, luchado y vencido al Rey de la Muerte. Todo es
diferente porque Él lo ha hecho. Este es el comienzo de la nueva
creación: un nuevo capítulo en la historia cósmica se ha abierto" (
C. S. Lewis, Milagros)
La detención de Cristo, sufrimiento, muerte, sepultura y
resurrección introdujeron una nueva creación, una nueva vida que
no sólo ha escapado de las ataduras de la muerte, sino también a las
cadenas de la esclavitud, a nuestras pasiones naturales y nuestro
subsecuente mal comportamiento. Con la resurrección de Jesús
viene el poder para vivir de manera diferente. Jesús introduce una
nueva perspectiva y propósito a la vida - vida vivida en unión y
comunión con la Trinidad. Esta vida de nueva creación se describe
en Efesios 5, como caminar en la luz porque a través de la
presencia permanente del Espíritu Santo somos capaces de ver la
vida con una nueva perspectiva. Además, caminar en la luz implica
una vida de santidad posible, libre de las sombras de la oscuridad.
Donde quiera y cuando usted está experimentando
oscuridad del alma, Jesús esta ahí, una luz que brilla en la
oscuridad, tal y como Juan lo dice en el principio de su evangelio.
No debemos reducir nuestros miedos, creyendo que la mentira
triunfe el mal, pero si siguiendo el ejemplo de los discípulos y
buscando a Cristo resucitado. Ha resucitado, él es triunfante,
estamos en él, los beneficiarios completos de su victoria. En Cristo,
somos una nueva creación y experimentamos la vida como una
nueva creación en la paz y el poder de Jesús. Contrariamente al
discípulo en la lectura del Evangelio de hoy, no necesitamos ver y
creer, pero en cambio tenemos la oportunidad de creer y ver.
Felices Pascuas!
Padre John
COMMUNITY BUILDING
ATTENTION PARENTS – ALL CHILDREN MUST BE
ACCOMPANIED BY A RESPONSIBLE ADULT ON
THE CHURCH GROUNDS.
ATENCIÓN PADRES SUPERVISION NIÑOS - LOS
NIÑOS DEBEN ESTAR ACOMPAÑADOS POR UN
ADULTO RESPONSABLE.
Position Opening-part time position
opening (about 25 hours per week) for Assistant
to the Parish and Hispanic Ministry.
Applicant must be bi-lingual, computer
literate with experience in Word, Excel and
Publisher. Applicant should be registered in the
parish and eligible for Virtus training.
Position resume’ must be in by April 1,
2016. Please send resume’ directly to:
Father Peter Sousa, 120 Marydale Lane,
Columbia, SC 29210 or [email protected]
FORMED – You have been given unlimited access to the
best eBooks, talks, and videos in the church today. Visit
Formed.org to claim your free content. Log in using
Parish code 4DB6ZH.
FORMED – te Han dado “los mejores libros” libros
electrónicos, charles y videos en la Iglesia de hoy. Visita
formed.org para reclamar su contendido libre. Entrar
usando su código parroquia 4DB6ZH
Our next meeting will be on
Tuesday, March 29TH,2016 at
10:00 AM in the Church
Nursery. Please contact Ashley
Bender @ 447-2555 with any questions.
Coffee & Doughnuts Schedule:
MARCH 27TH – NO COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS
EASTER SUNDAY
APRIL 3 – KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Anyone interested in hosting please contact the
Parish Office or Joe Kennedy @ 803-414-1076. We need host
for coffee and donuts for the following fourth Sundays of
the month: 6/26, 7/24, 8/28, 9/25, and 10/23.
Our Lady of the Hills is hosting
on Saturday, April 9th, from 10:00am-2:00pm Sally Mews
the author of the book Inviting Catholics Home. Our Lady
of the Hills and several parishes in our diocese have
programs that help Catholics who have left the church
return to the Catholic Church. Sally Mews has made this
journey herself. If you would like to attend this
workshop the registration fee is $15.00 per person this
includes breakfast and lunch. To register please email
[email protected] by Wednesday April 6, 2016
SYMBOLON CHALLENGE As part of our FORMED package is
a series called SYMBOLON. It is a summary of the Catholic faith
and how we live it. There is a certificate available for anyone
who has watched all 20 sessions. To receive the
certificate, make a list with the session title and the date you
watched the session or completed the session. This will be
based on the honor system, but if you watch it with another,
you could have them sign their name after the date. You can
email, mail, or bring to the office the completed list with your
full name, address, and phone number. SYMBOLON is a
wonderful tool for continuation your Catholic faith formation.
Applications for the OLH WOMEN'S GROUP ANNUAL
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD for graduating
high school seniors are on the table in the
narthex or may be found on the OLH web
site under youth group. If you are a
graduating high school senior please
obtain an application form and complete it if you are interested
in applying for the scholarship award. Completed applications
and references must be received no later than April 19, 2016.
Your Help is Needed-if you are a Minister of Care who
brings Holy Communion to shut-ins at home or hospitals
or assisted living facilities please email or call Sr.
Christina and share the place/s you visit. NOTE: this does
not include the Legion of Mary members. Thank You772-7400 ext 2 or [email protected]
Sunday Evening - Grades 5th – 12 begin at
6:30 PM & end at 8:00 PM.
Wednesday evening - Grades K/5 – 5th begin at 6:15 PM &
end at 7:30 PM.
If you have any questions for grades K5 - 8th please call
Jackie Brace, 772-7400 or e-mail [email protected]
Grades 9 – 12, contact Elizabeth Hudacko, 772-7400.
Our Lady of the Hills is committed to the protection of
children. Here are important numbers: Diocesan Victim
Assistance Minister ~ 800-921-8122 / Diocesan Office of
Child Protection Services ~ 843- 853-2130 ext. 206.
NO RELIGIOUS ED CLASSES ON SUNDAY, MARCH 27,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30 OR SUNDAY, APRIL 3RD.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL: Anyone
interested in helping with this years VBS
please call Jackie at 772-7400 or e-mail
[email protected] Many people are needed
to make VBS a reality.
April 15-17 Jr. High Young Ladies Retreat
Girls in grades 6th-8th are invited to join us for
a very special retreat! More Info to follow.
Attention Parents of Youth In Confirmation Formation
We have received our date for Confirmation.
Confirmation will be April 11,2016 at 7:00pm
More information will follow as we draw closer to the
date.
Jóvenes de Middle School y High School!
Abril 15-17 Retiro para jovencitas de secundaria
Las jovencitas de grados 6-8 están invitadas a unirse a este
especial retiro. Mayor información se dará más adelante!!
Atención padres de jóvenes de la clase de confirmación:
Hemos recibido la fecha para la confirmación, la cual
sera el 11 de abril de 2016 a las 7 pm,
Saints Class - meets each Thursday in the Family Life Center
Library from 2:00PM - 3:30PM. Classes are solely for mature
Catholic adults who wish to learn more about Catholic Saints, their
lives and struggles. Questions? Contact Rachel Godwin. Email:
[email protected] Telephone: 803 750-9777 - please leave a
message if there is no immediate answer.
The epistle of the Ephesians is the most eloquent of letters
attribute to St. Paul and contains some of the most riches
theological writings in the Christian tradition. Come join us as we
study the Book of the Ephesians each Wednesday afternoon in the
Library from 2:00 in the afternoon till 3:30. If you have any
questions please feel free to call Deacon Chuck at 794-3388.
Damos la bienvenida a todos los recién llegados a nuestra
familia Parroquial. Si desea registrarse y recibir inscripción,
po favor llamar a la oficina Parroquial ó preguntarle a un
acomodador antes o después de misa.
Las personas que deseen tener a laVirgen
Peregrina en su hogar, contactar A Mariela
Almaraz (803) 528-5952.
Grupo Jóvenes Adultos (Español) e 18 años en adelante -Se
reúnen los Sábado de 4:00PM a 7:00 PM Para más información
contactar a: Ivan Flores 803-446-5622.
RECONCILIACION/CONFESIONES
Ingles: Sábado de 4-5PM o con cita
Español: Domingo a las 245PM o con cita,
Jueves a las 7:30PM (sujeto a disponibilidad), por favor revise
el calendario publicado en la puerta de la reconciliación
BAUTIZOS – Fechas Bautizos: Marzo 27, Abril 17
Contactar a la oficina Parroquial para inscribirse en una clase de
bautismo dos semanas de la clase programada, las clases son
en el OLOH Salon Ministerio juvenil de 6:30 PM a 9 PM: Abril 1
llamar a la oficina para mayor información Olga Mouly 772-7400
x3
PRIMERA COMUNION
Para información contactar a Jackie Brace
Ph: 803.772.7400 - Ext. 113
e-mail: [email protected]
CONFIRMACION
Para información contactar a Elizabeth Hudacko
Ph: 803.772.7400 - Ext. 4
e-mail: [email protected]
MATRIMONIOS
Debe comunicarse a la oficina Parroquial al menos (6) seis
meses antes de la bodae inscribirse a las clases prematrimoniales. Las clases son: Salon Ministero juvenil - 10–12,
Abril 3, Mayo 1 Para mayor información comunicarse con Jose
Mariana Rosales 803-542-3080
GRUPO RICA
Todos los adultos que deseen y estén interesados en
recibir los sacramentos de bautizo, comunión y
confirmación, contactar a Ligia Rios al 803.318.4063 ó
Elvira Pérez al 803.479.9432.
UNCION DE LOS ENFERMOS
Si usted tiene un ser querido que se encuentra como paciente
en un hospital y está en necesidad del sacramento de la
Unción de lo s Enfermos, por favor llame a la oficina de la
Parroquia lo antes posible. Además, si usted tiene que estar en
el hospital para un procedimiento particular, puede recibir el
Sacramento de la Unción antes de su hospitalización.
Vicaria
Centro
Dirección 7.Liturgia
Coordinador
Escuela
/Sacramentos I
Columbia
Escuela
St. John
Neumann
Cafetería
721 Polo
Rd.
7. Marzo 28
Abril 4 y 18
Milena Nazario
803-997-1024
Columbia,
SC 29223
Únete a la Escuela de la Fe: para todas las personas hispanas
mayores de 18 años que quieran fortalecer su fe cristiano-católica, los
cursos son impartidos por instructores con conocimiento teológico.
Más información: Ana Hidalgo 803-750-0065, supervisora diocesana de
formación en la fe para hispanos. Visite la página web:
www.sccatholic.org –Ministerio hispano – Escuela de la Fe.
PRAYER & WORSHIP
Posición abierta: Tiempo parcial (cerca de 25 horas
por semana) asistiendo en las oficinas y al Ministerio
Hispano.
La persona que aplique debe ser bilingue
(Ingles/español) con experiencia
informática en Word, Excel y Publisher. De
preferencia debe estar registrado en la parroquia.
Interesados, favor de enviar su hoja de vida
(resume, CV) antes del 1o de abril, 2016
Padre Peter Sousa, 120 Marydale Lane, Columbia, SC
29210 [email protected]
NOTICIAS DE EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA:
Kinder y 1º Grado están en el primer nivel. Todos los otros grados estarán en el
2º nivel del Edificio Parroquial
Un adulto debe de caminar con el estudiante al salon correspondiente y
también debe de ser un adulto quien lo recupere del salon. No se permitirá que
los alumnos salgan de su clase al terminar si un adulto no va por ellos.
Por favor, dejar a los estudiantes en el Atrio del Edificio Parroquia. Grados 4 a
grado 8 deberan ser recuperaclas en la línea de transporte colectivo por las
puertas del Edificio Parroquial . Estudiantes de confirmación y el grupo de
jóvenes han de ser recuperados en la planta baja.
Recordatorio: La mejor manera de enseñar a su hijo la paciencia y la
comprensión es que usted lo practique y sea un modelo de comportamiento.
Si tiene que esperar 10 minutos en la línea de autos, usted puede ponerse a
orar y sobre todo tener consideración, cortesía y paciencia, al usted
comportarse de esta manera le estará dando un gran ejemplo a sus hijos.
No se aceptarán inscripciones los miércoles o domingos por la noche,
cuando se esten impartiendo las clases.
Si usted tiene alguna pregunta por favor llame a Jackie al 803-772-7400
ext 113 o por e-mail [email protected]
OUTREACH
Pray For Peace If you have a family member or friend serving in
the military, please see the bulletin board in the Narthex and provide
a picture so we can keep them in our prayers. Details are on the
board. Everyone, please pray daily for our service men and women
and their families.
WANT MORE JOY?
Come discover Joy in the Spirit! Join us Tuesday evenings in the
church from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. We sing, pray, listen, learn, and
enjoy drawing closer to Christ through unleashing the gifts of the
Holy Spirit received in Baptism and Confirmation. Come as you
are, and see what God has in store for you! If you have questions
or need more information, please contact John Killilea at (803)2017900 or [email protected] Come find Joy!
STEWARDSHIP
Christ Central ~ Thanks for your continued support with
much needed clothing and other supplies for the homeless in our
community. Donations of new or used clothing in clean condition
may be placed in the white chest located in the Church Narthex.
Tax donation receipts are also available in the chest.
FOOD FOR THE POOR – There is a new
donation container located in the Narthex
for non-perishable food donations. These
donations will be distributed to the less
fortunate in the Columbia area. We would
appreciate your support.
During this year of mercy it is a great time to attend
the Rachel's Vineyard Weekend for Spiritual Renewal for
people dealing with an abortion experience. The next retreat
is April 1-3, 2016 in Rock Hill, SC. For more information
please call Christy 803 554 6088 or Kathy 803 546 6010, or
[email protected]
We appreciate everyone who can increase their giving levels.
Giving is joyful and makes your soul smile.
PARISH SUPPORT
Budget Amount Needed
Amt. Received 3/20
Variance
LAST WEEK
$20,123.00
$ 22,927.00
$ 2,804.00
YEAR TO DATE
$824,674.00
$811,133.00
($ 13,541.00)
Total number of registered households….……….......1607
Children’s Stewardship…….....................................$4.00
Providence Men’s Shelter………………………….…..$200.00
One of the simplest ways to make a future gift to
Our Lady of the Hills is through your will. Please call
the Parish Office for details on how to make
arrangements.
Dear Parishioners of OLOH,
With the idea of making it easier and more convenient to
contribute to our Church the parish Finance Council has arranged
to set up E-giving for those who may be interested. You may
access the form from our website by clicking on E-giving on the
homepage. If you have questions please contact Marianne at 7727400 or [email protected] Thank you.
Please remember in prayer –Sue Abruzzi, Kathy Lopiccolo
Ammermann, Francisco Aragon, Manuel Ard, Edward
Arvalo, Joe Audet, David Barranco, Hogo Bass, Monique
Beddengfield, Fred Berby, John Berg II, Noah Berg,
Barbara Berch, Johnny Boone, Susan Bowers, Jerry
Broughton, Sharon Brown, Debra Bytnar, Ann Campbell, Ellen Campbell,
Charlotte Cardenas, Logan Cardosi, Bill Coracy, Judy Case, Laura Church,
Jimmy Clark, Kathryn Clark, Bruce Cole, Jim Connelly, Tom Connelly,
Shannon Connolly, Sonja Corley, Amy Cox, Cameron Dadger, Diane Del
Tova, Tara Dempsey-Robinson, Deacon Chuck, Dusty Cryer, Susan
Dietrich, Heather Dorn, Kathryn Doucett, Avilis Dowd, Rita Dowd, Brenda
Downs, John Duffy, Larry Echerer, Daphne Ellis, Darl Evans, Nancy
Esposito, Camille Farrell, Maureen Floyd, Bernadine Fontaine, Brendan
Fontaine, Jerry Fortin, Sandra Gaines, Sheila Gallagher, Jack & Louise
Gaynor, Michael Gibson, Betsy Gilkeson, Rachel Godwin, Dave Goodwin,
Ben Greer, Jay Griffin, Harlen Grillot, Madeline Gross, Tita Guzman, Doug
Haley, Scottie Hallbick, Tim Hancock, Park Haney, Vida Herald, William
Heath, Loretta Hebert, Harold Hoffman Jr., Ann Holland, Justin Hooks,
Margie & Jim Horosko, Rose Marie Howells, Daniel Hudacko, Robert
Imker, Dorothy Irwin, Larry Janczak, John Wily Jeffcoat, Lorenzo Johnson,
Kimberly Johnston, Raymond June, Lynn Keller, Rick Kelly, Hal Kennedy,
Eileen Kircher, Cal Kitay, Leah Klevgard, Shawn Knox, Edward Kriner,
Richard Ksenzakovic, Frank LaCastro, Daniel Lane, Jr., Antonio Lazaro,
Kristin Lesesne, Chris Libert, Floyd Lipe, Amee Livingston, Jay Lopiccolo,
Jacqueline Lucas, George Lusk, Barbara MacCallum, Gretchen Mader,
Raymond J. Malejko, Kenneth Maloney, Louis Martin, Maggie Mackaben,
Mildred McCormack, David McDonald, Melissa Martin, Eunice Matthews,
Sandy McCloud, Irene McCollam, Marge McCollam, Carol McDonald, Carol
McEvoy, Kathy McNeal, Jack McRedmond, Carol Meitus, Buddy Meyers,
Tom Mitchell, Joan Miller, Linda Miller, Andrea Miranda, Victor Montoya,
Donald Montjoy, David Morris, Pierre Mouly, Kim Munch, Gary Murphy,
Marlene Murphy, Loretta Narewski, Sherri Nilsson, Jane Obie, John O’Brien,
Patricia O’Hara, Richard Olsen, Becky Opachan, Margaret O’Shea, Cindy
Paquette, Kevin Paschal, Joan Patrick, Bessie Pellitier, Phyllis Peterson,
Eileen Petransky, Charles Petrino, Cathy Pharo, Marie Pitt, Rocky Pocock,
Anthony Portigiana, John Post, Michael Privette, Doris Prosser, Sally &
Placido Prujillo, Pat & Lynn Reiland, Jerry Reuss, Patty Richards, Tara
Dempsey Robinson, Dawn Robison, Norbert Rohling, Ernest Rouse, Jr.,
Stella Ruiz, George Sandland, Donald Scagliola, Charles Schaffer, Greg
Schoning, Cindy Shuford, Aaron Shuford, Lauren Shunkwiler, Macy Rose
Shunkwiler, Brigette Schutzman, Rosemary Scopel, Harry Seigel, Dan Sease,
Daniel Seay, Alan Shealy, Steve Shepard, Courtney Sigleton, Connie Slezak,
Max Snyder, Cooper Andrew Soltes, Sam Spade, Sue Spinuzza, Nicholas
Sprenkel, Jennifer Brucker St. Jean, Jennifer Strudwick, Donald Stuart, Faye
Taylor, Molly Taylor, Dean Summers, Rita Thiel, Diane Thornton, Lynn
Connor-Toppings, Virgil Treece, John Tyburski, Joseph Tyler, Eva Tyson,
Lemar Underdown, Tova Urborg, Bob Valwa, Victoria Vinzami, Joyce
Vitiello, Lillian Wages, Susan Walsh, John Watts, Ann Watts, Donna Weiss,
Bill Wells, Juanita Wharten, Nancy Waller, Paul Williams, Cory Williamson,
Amanda Wilson, Chris Wilson, Kenneth Witcraft, Paul Womak, Trudy
Woodcock, Mason Wright, Pat Yerema.
SPECIAL INTERESTS
Alleluia, Alleluia, Jesus Christ is risen! Jesus is our Lord and
Savior; all glory, honor and praise be to our Lord God
Almighty. Let Jesus truly be Lord of your life and your
Marriage. Strengthen, renew, and rekindle your marriage
sacrament by attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Weekend on April 15th- 17th in Atlanta, GA or April 29th- May
1st in Chappell Hill, NC go to wwme.org to apply.
SHARING GOD'S LOVE YARD SALE - APRIL 9, 2016!
We are accepting donations through April 7th
for our annual spring yard sale. Please keep us
in mind while you are doing your spring
cleaning where we can turn your donation into
a gift of love to the community. We would love for you
to join us at the sale which begins at 8am and ends at
1pm. If you would like to volunteer for this event or if you
have any questions please contact Shari Selke at 7323188 or by email [email protected]
THIS WEEK AT OLH
Monday, March 28th – Family Life Center Closed
6:15PM – Sunday Choir – FLC Music Room
Tuesday, March 29th
10:00AM – Playgroup – Church Nursery
1:00PM – Threads of Love – FLC Library
7:00PM – Joy in the Spirit – Church
6:45PM – Cursillo Prayer Group – FLC Classroom
Wednesday, March 30th
NO RELIGIOUS ED OR LITTLE ROCK SS
2:00PM – Scripture Study – FLC Library
7:00PM – Legion – FLC Library
Thursday, March 31st
23 hour adoration begins at 12:45pm
2:00PM – Saints Class – FLC Library
7:00PM – Pastoral Council – FLC Library
7:30PM – Spanish Choir – Music Room
Friday, April 1st - Good Friday
6:30PM – Sp. Baptism Class – FLC Ministry Room
Search Weekend Begins – Downstairs
Saturday, April 2nd
9:00AM – 3rd Order Franciscans – FLC Library
Search Continues
Sunday, April 3RD
Search Continues
9:00AM – Scripture Study – FLC Library
10:00AM – Sp. Marriage – FLC Classroom
NO RELIGIOUS ED OR LITTLE ROCK SS
Pastoral Council-will meet on Thursday March 31st at
7:00pm in the Parish Library
ST. PETER’S
CATHOLIC SCHOOL
INVITES YOU TO
A 45-MINUTE INFO SESSION FOR
PARENTS
YOU WILL FIND OUT:
All About Financial Aid— how it works
and do you qualify?
What The National Center for
Education, which issues “The Nation’s
Report Card” on schools, says about
academic achievement and Catholic
elementary schools
St. Peter’s scores in the national
achievement test, the Iowa Test of
Basic Skills
Why small class size is so crucial in
elementary school
How Catholic Faith & traditions
develop excellent, virtuous character
Special cultural, athletic and music
programs unique to St. Peter’s School
SACS Accreditation and why St.
Peter’s has achieved it for over 40
years
Plus Get All Your Questions
Answered and More!
AFTER THE AISLE: STRENGTHENING MARRIAGE AND
FAMILY CONFERENCE will be Saturday, April 16, 2016 at
St. Mary Help of Christians Church located on 138 Fairfield
St. SE, Aiken SC 29801 from 8:30am-3:00pm. The event is
being co-sponsored by the Office of Family.
The cost is $35 per couple (includes continental breakfast
and lunch) Check-in begins at 7:30am in St.Angela Hall
located at 118 York St. SE. Holy Mass will be at 8:30am in
the church. To register or for more information, please
email stmarys-aiken.org or [email protected]
MASS INTENTIONS & SCRIPTURE READINGS & SERVICE SCHEDULE/ LECTURAS Y EVANGELIO DEL DIA
Date
Sat. Mar.26
Scripture Reading
Ex 14:15—15:1 Is 55:1-11 Ez 36:16-17a,18-28
Rom 6:3-11 Lk 24:1-12
Sun. Mar.27 Acts 10:34a, 37-43 Col 3:1-4 Jn 20:1-9
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Mon. Mar. 28 Acts 2:14,22-33 Mt 28:8-15
Tues. Mar.29 Acts 2:36-41 Jn 20:11-18
Wed. Mar 30 Acts 3:1-10 Lk 24:13-35
Thurs., Mar. Acts 3:11-26 Lk 24:35-48
Fri. April 1
Acts 4:1-12 Jn 21:1-14
Time
Intention
Requested by
8:00PM
8:00AM
10:00AM
12Noon
3:30PM
John Freeman +
Frances M. Sadowski +
Jose Rodriguez +
Pat Nazareth
Int of Aaron Train
Family
Al
John & Ginny Lopiccolo
Columbia Primo
Gram
12:15PM
6:00PM
12:15PM
12:15PM
12:15PM
Anna Coracy +
Gene & Annette Esposito
Edward Yellman +
Catherine Langridge +
Irene Perez +
John & Aida Killilea
Jackie & Larry Brace
Pat & Lynn Reiland
Lucy Targia
Pat & Lynn Reiland
Sat. April 2
9:00AM
5:30PM
8:00AM
10:00AM
12Noon
1:15PM
3:30PM
5:15PM
Int of Laura Synder
Dee & Joe Kopietz +
Dante Tomasini +
Victor Miranda +
Raul Colombo +
Mom
Sandy
Ginny & Lou Riga
K of C Ladies Aux.
Vicini Family
For the Parish
Intentions of my Children
Jackie
Acts 4: 13-21 Mk 16:9-15
Acts 5:12-16 Rv 1:9-11a,12-13,17-19 Jn 20:19-31
Sun. April 3
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SERVING IN MINISTRY April 2nd & 3rd
Time
Presider
Music
Lector
Altar Servers
Extraordinary Ministers of Communion
Sat. April 2
5:30pm
Sun April 3
8AM
Fr. John
Luis Mariaca
Fr. John
Joyful
Noise
Organ
Edith Pietrykowski
Deacon Burdick, Connie & Mike Mancari, Harry Willey, John & Peggy
Slominski, Maria Bernhagen
Deacon Burdick, Ruth Coffas, Kathleen Doran, Rusty Dragoon, Chris
Stockholm
10AM
Fr. John
Choir
Leo Cardosi
Calvin Bragg, Nathan Bragg,
Ben Herbst
Revon Landreneau, Skylar
Landreneau, Mariclaire
Murdaugh
Josie Clark, Williams
Ostergaard, Ian Hall
Deacon Gray, Arnold Farias, Maureen Taylor, Susan Naglic, Jackie Kutz,
Don Gagnon, John Bender
12NOON
Fr. Peter
Organ
Sydney Duda, Nian Frattaroli,
Nikki Frattaroli
Deacon Gray, Dave Brangan, Linda Byars, Randi Olsen, Mary Ellen
Rouse, David Angel Annie Gibson
3:30PM
MISA
Fr.
Gustavo
Sp.
Choir
Juliana Arizaga, Maryoni Breton,
Valeri Gonzalez
5:15PM
Fr. Peter
Choir
Jaime Luevano, Ondina Miranda, Ramiro Muñiz, Saira Gonzalez,
Alejandro Gonzalez, Daisy Vazquez, Yolanda Reyes, Graciela Escobar,
Carlos Rincon
Nydia Burdick, Olga Mouly, Felipe Mar Jr., Brenda Gonzalez, Dennise
Guzman
Florence DeGuzman
Guadalupe Padilla, Alma
Rosa Cruz, Andrea
Alvarado
Marcelo Morales, David
Morales
William Woods, Laura Rubio,
Adrian Ibarra
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