July 24, 2016 - Jesus the Good Shepherd Catholic Church | Monroe

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July 24, 2016 - Jesus the Good Shepherd Catholic Church | Monroe
Welcome to
JESUS THE GOOD SHEPHERD
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Consider Yourself Home!
Jesus the Good Shepherd Catholic
Church in Monroe of the Diocese
of Shreveport is a loving, nurturing family of faith and prayer with the Eucharist
as the center of parish life. With diverse
gifts, we proclaim
God’s healing love and presence in the
world through the Word, worship
and service.
Our Lady
of the Immaculate Conception
Patroness of the United States of America,
Please help our country.
Help us to return to what is
decent, right, and proper.
Help us to return to respect
for ourselves and others,
To truth in dealing
with ourselves and others,
to self-control and self-discipline,
and especially, to a deep
love for your Son and His teachings.
Protect us from those who
would destroy us from within.
Our Lady,
we place ourselves and our country
under your mantel.
Pray for us and help us. Amen.
2510 Emerson Street Monroe Louisiana 71201
(318) 325-7549
Fax (318) 322-6969
www.jgschurch.org
If there is an emergency, please call the office number and tell the answering service. They will be able to get in touch with the priest or appropriate staff member
OFFICE HOURS - S U M M E R H O U R S
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Monday - Friday
Scan with your smartphone to
go directly to our website!
STAFF
MASSES
(phone extensions listed)
Rev. Keith Garvin, Pastor
Rev. Jim Moran, Parochial Vicar
Deacon Tom Deal
Deacon Chris Domingue
Janell Holland,
Admin. Assistant to the Pastor
Elizabeth Williams,
Receptionist & Nursery Directory
Haley Pulliam, Business Manager
Missy McKenzie, Communications
Kelly Spitzfaden, Bookkeeper
Mark Loyet, Youth Ministry
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[email protected]
Pam Givens, Director of Music
Kerri Frantz, Faith Enrichment/PSR
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Susan McKenzie, Liturgy
John Guerriero, Catechesis & RCIA
J. Randy Smith, Community Outreach
Ken Vincent, Finance Council Chair
Vaughn Antley & John VanVeckhoven
(Trustees)
Sunday Anticipated:
Saturday: 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8:30; 11:00 a.m.; 5:00 p.m.
Nursery for 6mos - 4yr; 8:30s & 11:00a Masses
Weekdays:
Monday & Wednesday
6:30 a.m.
Tuesday & Thursday
5:30 p.m.
Friday: (School Mass)
8:10 a.m.
Saturday:
7:30 a.m.
Holy Days:
8:10 a.m., 5:30 p.m.
FAMILY FAITH ENRICHMENT
Wednesday in Moore Hall. Family dinner is at
5:30pm and groups meet at 6:30pm.
RECONCILIATION:
Tuesdays: 4:00 –5:00 p.m.
Saturdays:
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Or by appointment
Tuesday
ADORATION:
8:00am—5:20 pm
PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL
Meetings held 2nd Mon. of month @ 6:00pm
Elizabeth Williams
(President)
Delle Tyler (VP)
Andi Holyfield
Tom Brock
Kerri Frantz
John Guerriero Jr.
Fr. Keith Garvin
Susan McKenzie
Fr. Jim Moran
Lisa Patrick
James Scalia
Kathi Savage
J. Randy Smith
Kelly B. Southern
Justin Tarver,
Cathy Whipple (Sec.)
BAPTISM: Please call the office to schedule. Baptism
preparation class is required.
MATRIMONY: Call the office at least six months
prior to wedding date.
ANNULMENT PROCEDURE
Lay Advocate Contact:
Mary Ann Sims, 325-0264
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
NEXT WEEKEND’S
LITURGICAL MINISTERS SCHEDULE
Suggested donations for Memorial Masses is now $10.
S ATURDAY J ULY 30
Sunday, July 24
4:30PM Mass
8:30 A.M ………………………………………….........Gertrude Brezden
11:00 A.M……………………..……………………...............For the Parish Altar Servers: Olivia Letlow, Chase Covington
5:00 P.M……………………………………...…….......…Leonard M. Cox Readers: Kathi Savage
LEM: Adeline Inzina, Peggy Turnbough, Marie Jo Norris, Nolan Moulle,
Rachel Anne Gerhardt, Cathy Whipple
Monday, July 25
6:30 A.M…………………………...……………..…........……..Poor Souls Usher: Joe Cenigliaro
S UNDAY, J ULY 3 1
Tuesday, July 26
5:30 P.M...…………….……………….…………….Helen & Niles Miller
8:30AM Mass
Altar Servers: Grant Gremillion, Nathan Gremillion, Isaac Gremillion,
Lennon Matheny
Wednesday, July 27
Readers: Jo Kaufman, Louis Kennedy
6:30 A.M……………………………………………...….Rosie Nix (living)
LEM: Linda Holyfield, Marie Long, Andy Trahan, Margaret Horne,
Roxie Stewart, Robbie Stewart
Thursday, July 28
Ushers: M. Haas, Damian O’Quinn
5:30 P.M……………………..……..………….…...……...Janet Adigweme
11:00AM Mass
Friday, July 29
Altar Servers: Brister Southern, Benjamin Matherne, Parker Deseamus,
8:10 A.M…………………………….……………...……………No Mass
Will Brown, Thomas Watson, Anthony Jackson
Reader: Jack Gustafson
Saturday, July 30
LEM: Andrea Norred, Barbara Trascher, Eric Thibodeaux, Michael Sawyer,
7:30 A.M……………...…………………….…..…....……Gerald Miletello
James Scalia, Tim Southern
4:30 P.M………….…...………………….………Lavern McNeely Moore Ushers: James Scalia, Justin Tarver, Paul Williams
5:00PM Mass
Sunday, July 31
Altar Servers: Jose Mercado, William Patrick, William Brodtman
8:30 A.M ………………………………………...………......For the Parish
Reader: L.J Holland, Brad Bourgeois
11:00 A.M……………………..……………………..............Opal Lee Cox
LEM: Karmann Conlee, Carol Mills, Tieise Ardito, Catherine Hardy,
5:00 P.M...Deceased Members of the Costanza, Lewis, & Zagone Families
Olga Trejo, Daniel Trejo
Ushers: Bobby Brinkerhoff, Michael Gray
SANCTUARY LAMP
WEEKLY RECONCILIATION:
(red candle bur ning next to Tabernacle)
Tuesdays: 4:00 –5:00 p.m.
Saturdays: 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Or by appointment
Please call the church office, 325-7549, to request a Mass or the Sanctuary Lamp in
memory/honor of a loved one.
Please remember in your prayers all those who suffer, especially:
Everyone still affected by the flooding, our military and others serving
overseas, as well as those suffering from sickness: Charlynn Leehy, Lana
Haire, Debbie Warren, Linda Bratton, Mary Bordelon, Alice Faye
Cannon, Dr. Ed Cascio, Ben Martin, A.J. Pendola, Caroline Grigson,
Jodi Pipes, Pat Hess, Larry Metrejean, Scott McGeorge, Mary Moore,
Liam Williamson, Ben Harrison, John Bivens, Jim Fisher, and Andy
Trahan that they may be strengthened by the grace of the Holy Spirit.
SUN
JULY 24
SVDP Backpack Ministry after all
Weekend Masses
8:30AM
MASS
(Nursery-MH)
10:00 AM
McKown Study group (PH)
11:00 AM
MASS
(Nursery -MH)
5:00 PM
MASS
(ACTS Band)
MON
ADORATION:
Tuesdays
8:00 a.m. to 5:20 pm.
We will have the Benediction and Reposition of the Blessed Sacrament at 5:20 p.m.
followed by the Holy Mass at 5:30 pm.
COLLECTIONS
Weekly Revenue Budget
Collection July 17
Variance
$16,076.00
$20,070.00
$3,994.00
TUE
JULY 25
JULY 26
6:30 AM
MASS
6:30 AM
Dcn. Tom group (PH)
6:00 PM
Men’s ACTS Cenacles (Prlr)
8AM—5:20PM
ADORATION
6:00 PM
Women’s ACTS Mtg (MH)
11:30AM-12:30PM
Women's’ Cenacle(Prlr)
7:00 PM
Bible Study-2016 RCIA (PH)
1:30 PM
Newsletter Com. (MH)
4PM—5PM
CONFESSION
5:30 PM
MASS
6:15PM—7:15PM
Women's’ Cenacle (MH)
The Gospel
for this Sunday is
Luke 10: 38-42
Of the four signs of a Dynamic
Catholic, this Gospel ultimately
speaks about
Prayer & Study
Jesus was praying in a certain place, and when he had finished, one of his disciples said to him,
"Lord, teach us to pray just as John taught his disciples."
He said to them, "When you pray, say:
Father, hallowed be your name,
your kingdom come. Give us each day our daily bread
and forgive us our sins for we ourselves forgive everyone in
debt to us and do not subject us to the final test."
And he said to them, "Suppose one of you has a friend
to whom he goes at midnight and says, 'Friend, lend me
three loaves of bread, for a friend of mine has arrived at my
house from a journey and I have nothing to offer him,'
and he says in reply from within, 'Do not bother me; the
door has already been locked and my children and I are already in bed, I cannot get up to give you anything.'
I tell you, if he does not get up to give the visitor the loaves
because of their friendship, he will get up to give him
whatever he needs because of his persistence.
"And I tell you, ask and you will receive; seek and you will
find; knock and the door will be opened to you.
For everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks,
finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.
What father among you would hand his son a snake
when he asks for a fish? Or hand him a scorpion when he
asks for an egg? If you then, who are wicked, know how to
give good gifts to your children, how much more will the
Father in heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him?"
W E L C O M E V I S I T OR S
We’d like to welcome all of our visitors
who are worshiping the Lord with us today! We
are glad and honored to have you
with us. Please take a minute to fill out a
Welcome Card located by the wooden
table in the Gathering Space and let us
know a little more about you and know
that the doors of our hearts and church
are always open to you.
WED
JULY 27
Our next Family Promise week will begin Sunday, August 7
and will run through Saturday, August 13. If you would like to
know more about this ministry or help provide dinners to the
needy in our area, please contact J. Randolph (Randy) Smith,
Community Outreach Director, at 387-9118 or 387-6496.
The next JGS Thursday Men’s Luncheon will be held on Thursday, August 18 in Moore Hall from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Rev. Fr. Rothell Price, Vicar General of
the Diocese of Shreveport. Lunch will be served. While the
event will be held at no charge, a love offering will be gratefully accepted to help defray the cost of the luncheon. Please
make plans to attend and consider bringing a male business
associate or friend along with you.
SVDP UPCOMING EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES
Wed., Sept. 21
JGS Gym
Sat., Sept. 24
SFHS track
Presently, we are looking for volunteers to supervise, sponsor and participate in the
Walk and to sponsor and provide food and auction items for the Poor Man’s Supper.
Proceeds from the Walk help provide for the needs of the under-resourced in Northeast Louisiana, while proceeds from the Poor Man’s Supper support the financial needs
of the SVDP downtown free pharmacy in Monroe. To volunteer contact the following:
Poor Man’s Supper--Jo Ann Crone 381-9670 or J. Randolph (Randy) Smith 387-6496;
the Friends of the Poor Walk--J. Randolph (Randy) Smith at 387-6496 or Kevin Dwyer
at 953-4626.
 Poor Man’s Supper
 Friends of the Poor Walk
I NTERESTED IN THE C ATHOLIC C HURCH ?
K NOW SOMEONE WHO MIGHT BE ?
A new session of the Rite of Christian Initiation
of Adults (RCIA) will begin on Tuesday, August
16th. Anyone interested in learning more about
the Catholic Faith is invited to attend. Classes
will be held on Tuesdays from 7:00pm—8:30pm in the Parish Hall. If you
know someone who is interested, please invite them to join us. Catholics are
also welcome and encouraged to come and refresh their knowledge of the
faith or to act as a sponsor. For more information call the Church Office
(325-7549), Janet Moore (322-2147), Norma Sherman (366-2312), or John
Guerriero (387-6616)
THU
FRI
JULY 28
JULY 29
6:30 AM
MASS
5:30 PM
MASS
8:10 AM
NO MASS TODAY
11:30AM-12:30PM
Men’s Study (PH)
6:15 PM—7:15 PM
Women’s Cenacle
3:30 PM—4:00 P
Divine Mercy (Chrch)
1:30 PM—3PM
Ladies Study (Prlr)
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Faith Group (PH)
6:30 PM—8PM
Adult Faith Enrich.
Bible Study (pvt home)
6:30 PM — 7:30 PM
Catholic Mom’s
Group (TBA)
End of summer vacation plans?
Don’t forget to plan where you and your
family will attend Mass.
To find Mass times in areas of the US:
Call 1-800 MASS TIMES, visit
www.masstimes.org or
ww.TheCatholicDirectory.com.
It’s time for the annual J G S S t . V i n c e n t D e P a u l S o c i e t y B a c k p a c k M i n i s t r y for needy children. During the weekend masses of July 16-17 and July 23-24, please drop by the SVDP Society table
in the Gathering Area and select an index card containing the name, age, school grade and school of a
needy child in our area. You will then purchase a backpack and school supplies based on your child’s
age.
The backpacks filled with supplies need to be returned to the Gathering Area by August 1 so they can
be distributed at an August 6 party honoring these less fortunate kids.
Types of school supplies generally needed are spiral notebooks, three-ring binders; three-ringed packs
of loose leaf writing paper, ballpoint pens, pencils, crayons, glue sticks, and erasers. For further information contact JoAnn Crone at 381-9670 or any member of the SVDP Society. Thanks for your help.
SAT
JULY 30
Men’s ACTS Bake Sale After All
Masses This Weekend
SUN
JULY 31
Men’s ACTS Bake Sale After All
Masses This Weekend
3:00 PM—4:00 PM
CONFESSION
8:30AM
MASS
(Nursery-MH)
4:30 PM
MASS
10:00 AM
McKown Study group (PH)
11:00 AM
MASS
(Nursery -MH)
5:00 PM
MASS
(ACTS Band)
Henry Thomas Harkey
Helen Mitchell Harkey
children of Megan & John
Harkey
Mallory Ann-Marie Williams
Daughter of Susan Williams
& Jeffery Williams
Cornelia Margaret Ryan
Daughter of Stephanie & Sean Ryan
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To the Parish
The Knights of Columbus would like to thank everyone who
helped and supported our recent Chicken Dinner Fundraiser. It
was a sell-out and we were able to raise much needed funds for
local KC ministries.
God Bless,
Jeff Harkey
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July Recommendations:
July 24-30
Natural Family Planning Awareness Week
Symbolon: Living the Faith, Session 8
July 25
St. James the Apostle
Movie: The Way of St. James
July 25
World Youth Day
YDisciple
July 26
Sts. Jochim and Ann, Parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Movie: The Jeweler's Shop
Please check our church
directory and if any of your
information or your photo
needs to be updated, please
email Elizabeth Williams at
[email protected]
and she will be happy to take care of it for you.
(www.instantchurchdirectoryonline.com).
Also, watch your emails for notes from Elizabeth asking for photographs as well as updated contact info. Please don’t be concerned as
these are legitimate requests from the church office and not spam or
hackers.
Be sure to download the
INSTANT CHURCH DIRECTORY APP
for your smartphone or device! It updates as we update the information so you always have current contact
information for your church family!
PARISH SMALL FAITH COMMUNITIES
All groups are open, everyone is welcome!
Small Faith Communities: Please join us in one of the following:
Sunday Morning: …………………………….…………..…..9:45am - 10:45am
(The Second Greatest Story Ever Told)
Parish Hall
1st Sunday of the Month…………………..…………...…...…………....3:00pm
(Direction for Our Times Lay Apostles)
Joanne Worley’s home
Tuesday Morning: ………………………………………......…………. 6:30 am
(Early Morning Men’s Group)
Parish Hall
2016-2017 Schedule
6:30p - 8:30p
Aug. 23: Developing a Catholic
Conscience
Sept 27: The 10 Most Important
Issues in Building Healthy Relationships
Oct 25:
Where is God in Suffering
Nov 22: Did Darwin Get it
Right? Catholics and the Theory of
Evolution
Dec 13:
Journey
Eucharist: Food for the
Wednesday Lunch Hour: ………………………………..……..…….11:30 am
(Men’s Lunch Hour Group)
Parish Hall
Jan 24:
Finding God When Life Isn't Fair
Wednesday Afternoon……………………………………...………….12:00pm
(Women’s Scripture Study)
Parishioner’s home
Feb 28:
Pope Francis on the Joy of Love
Wednesday Afternoon: ……...………………………...………..…..…1:30pm
(Scripture study)
Parlor
March 28: Can We Disagree and Still Be
Catholic?
Wednesday Evening:…………….………………...Postponed through summer
April 25: Young, Professional and Catholic
in our Modern World: A Discussion of Faith,
Philanthropy, and Values
May 23: There's Something About Mary!
Wednesday Evening: …………………………………………………….6:30pm
(Cause of Our Joy—Mom Group)
Parishioner’s home
Wednesday Evening : …………………..……………....…….7:00pm—8:30pm
Parishioner's home
Thursday Evening : ………………..………………….……..………….7:00pm
Parish Hall
Call the church office if you have questions or would like more information: 325-
Nothing is known of St. James the Greater's early life, though it has been established that he is the son of Zebedee and
Salome and brother of John the disciple. The title "the Greater" was added to St. James' name to help distinguish him
from the Apostle James "the Less," who is believed to have been shorter than James "the Greater." Saint James the
Greater was one of Jesus' first disciples. James was fishing with his father and John the Apostle when Jesus came to the
shores of the Sea of Galilee and called for the fisherman, who were unable to catch any fish that day, to dip their nets in
the water once again. When the fishermen followed Jesus' instructions, they found their nets full, and after emptying the
fish on board, the boats nearly sank from their weight. Later, James was one of only three called by Jesus to witness his
Transfiguration, and when he and his brother wanted to call fire upon a Samaritan town, both were rebuked by Jesus.
Following Christ's Ascension, James spread the Gospel across Israel and the Roman kingdom as well. He traveled and
spread the Word for nearly forty years in Spain. It is said that one day, as he prayed, The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared
to him and asked him to build her a church, which he did. Later, James returned to Jerusalem but was martyred for his
faith by King Herod, who decapitated him. Saint James the Greater is known as the first apostle to die. As he was not
allowed to be buried following his martyrdom, his remains were taken to Compostela, Spain, by some of his followers,
who buried him. In the ninth century his remains were discovered and moved to a tomb in Santiago de Compostela.
Today, his remains can still be found in the Cathedral of Santiago. Because Santiago de Compostela is the most frequently visited place pilgrims migrate to following Rome and Jerusalem, Pope Leo declared it a shrine.
C URRICULUM OF L OVE
Catholic parents can look to the Catechism of the Catholic Church for direction regarding their responsibilities to impart the faith to their children. There we learn, “The Christian home is the place where children receive the first proclamation of the
faith. For this reason the family home is rightly called ‘the domestic church’, a community of grace and
prayer, a school of human virtues and of Christian charity’ (nNo. 1666).
Within the walls of the domestic church, children learn about their faith through their parents’ and grandparents’ word and example, as well as within the many growing pains and nitty-gritty details of everyday
life as a family grows together in holiness.
Everyday life in the family may seem filled with a lot of ordinariness and at times a bit of chaos. Yet, right there along with the normal routines and day-to-day occurrences of sibling rivalry, teenaged angst, and sometimes grouchy spouses is woven a paradigm of human enrichment
pointing us to a narrow path that leads to heaven.
Catholic teachings open our eyes to the remarkable goings on within a growing faithful Catholic family,
helping us recognize that there is a heck of a lot more happening in our day-to-day lives than what meets
the eye.
It is here that the father of the family, the mother, children, and all members of the family exercise the
priesthood of the baptized in a privileged way ‘by the reception of the sacraments, prayer and thanksgiving, the witness of a holy life, and self-denial and active charity.’ Thus the home is the first school of Christian life and ‘a school for human
enrichment.’ Here one learns endurance and the joy of work, fraternal love, generous—even repeated—forgiveness, and above all divine
worship in prayer and the offering of one’s life” (No. 1657).
Amazing! And we thought we were simply teaching our kids how to share, love and pray, potty training them, breaking up fights, functioning
as lovingly as possible after sleepless nights, laying down the law, and rescuing them from far too many lurking dangers. But, in reality, it is
within the domestic church that Catholic parents lay out a curriculum of fraternal love and forgiveness while helping the family to work out
their salvation in the give-and-take of life in the family.
And mark your calendars for August 14th! More info to come...
God, merciful Father, in you Son, Jesus Christ, you have revealed
your love and poured it out upon us in the Holy Spirit, the
Comforter, We entrust to you today the destiny of the world
and of every man and woman. We entrust to you, in a special
way young people of every language, people and nation: guide
and protect them as they walk the complex paths of the world
today and give them the grace to reap abundant fruits from their
experience of the Krakow World Youth Day.
Heavenly Father, grant that we may bear witness to your mercy.
Teach us how to convey the faith to those in doubt, hope to
those who are discouraged, love to those who feel indifferent,
forgiveness to those who have done wrong and joy to those
who are unhappy.
Allow the spark of merciful love that you have enkindled within
us to become a fire that can transform hearts and renew the
face of the earth.
Mary, Mother of Mercy, pray for us.
St. John Paul II, pray for us.
St. Faustina, pray for us.
Amen.
Prayer courtesy of USCCB
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Eddie Neitz
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Financial Advisor
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(318) 387-9184
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Lunch Tuesday - Friday
11:00am-2:00pm
Dinner Monday - Saturday
5:00pm - 10:00pm
Parishioners
815 Park Avenue
Monroe, LA 71201
318-387-3083
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