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full view - St. Michael Parish
Twenty-thirdSundayinOrdinaryTime
September4,2016
LITURGY SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK
MAIN CHURCH
MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 5, 2016
LABOR DAY - NO 7:00 AM MASS
Main Church & Parish Offices
750 Bright Road, Findlay, OH 45840
419-422-2646
www.findlaystmichael.org
Downtown Church
617 West Main Cross Street, Findlay, OH 45840
St. Michael School
723 Sutton Place, Findlay, OH 45840
419-423-2738
www.findlaystmichaelschool.org
Staff Position
Pastor:
Associate Pastor:
Business Manager:
Bookkeeper:
Liturgy & Music Director:
Liturgy & Music Associate:
Religious Education Director:
Youth Ministries Director:
Facilities Manager:
Secretary:
Secretary:
Secretary:
Saturday Secretary:
School Principal:
School Asst. Principal:
School Secretary:
Johanna Funkhouser
TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER 6, 2016
7:00 AM
Margaret Edelbrock
Herb Hipp
WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 7, 2016
7:00 AM
Georgeana Sweeney
THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 8 , 2016
7:00 AM
8:15 AM
Nancy Veit
Bradley Gill
FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 9, 2016
7:00 AM
Robert and Mary LaForrest
Brian “Bubby” Victory
For the Staff and Students of SMS
9:00 AM
Parish Office Hours
Mon - Thurs
Fridays
Saturdays
9:00 AM
8:00 am - 8:00 pm
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Name
Ext
Msgr. Mike Hohenbrink
Fr. Scott Woods
Aggie Hempfling
Suzanne Nickerson
Felix Goebel-Komala
Melissa Flowers
Geri Leibfarth
Alyssa Brown
John Mathers
Debbie Benson
Kerry Clapper
Mary Umbs
Theresa Fisher
Anne Brehm
Deacon Mike Eier
Charlene Wilkins
331
332
335
336
328
317
333
327
322
325
324
325
222
223
221
DEACONS
Mike Eier, Armando Gonzalez, David Sadler, Keith Talbert, and
Robert Billmaier (Retired)
SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 10, 2016
8:00 AM
4:30 PM
Charles Finsel
Helen and Lionel Chicoine
John F. Compson
Gene LaRoche
Pheiffer-Schroeder Families
George and Cheryl Post
50th Wedding Anniversary
SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER 11, 2016
10:00 AM
Marion Arbogast
June Billmaier
Agnes Hauter
Sharon Kauffman
Marilyn Youngpeter
Patricia Gallagher
12:00 PM
6:00PM
DOWNTOWN CHURCH
MONDAY
September 5, 2016
12:10 PM
LABOR DAY - NO MASS
WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 7, 2016
12:10 PM
Joe Strawbridge
Bob Wall
SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER 11, 2016
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
Deceased Members of the Findlay K of C
Thomas Hiett
Donald Molyet
John, Eileen and Jim Wehrle, Andy Baldridge
SACRAMENTAL PREPARATION PROGRAMS
Please visit our website www.findlaystmichael.org or call the parish
office 419-422-2646.
Vocation Thoughts
“True happiness in life can be seen in the response of
young people who, prompted by faith, have embraced a
vocation to the priesthood or the religious life in order to
serve God’s plan of salvation.” - St. John Paul II
Religious Vocations: Thinking about it? Have ideas to
share? Contact: Richard at [email protected] or
Suzi at [email protected]
Frank & Rosie DeFrench will have the parish chalice this week
as they pray for an increase in vocations to the Catholic
Church. Please call Karen Burgel at 419-427-1855 to reserve
a chalice to have in your home as you pray for vocations.
Have you been FORMED?
FORMED is an excing new gateway to some of the best Catholic
teaching videos, books and audio talks to deepen your
relaonship with Jesus Christ and his Church…all in one place…
accessible on most smart phones, tablets and computers! Access
is easy. Register at FORMED.org then enter the parish code:
YY26R7. Great way to bolster what we believe, why we believe it
and how to live it out every day!
The Mary, Mother of God, Prayer Group invites
you to join us each Wednesday from 7-9pm as we “Break
the Silence” together through prayer and reflection. For
more information, please contact: Miguel & Irma González
at 567-525-4836.
*Note: We will not meet on September 7.
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This weekend we celebrate Labor Day, which is the
unofficial end of summer and the beginning of many fall
activities. In fact, when I was in school, it always started
the day after Labor Day. Now we get busier a little
earlier, since we have already been in school for 3
weeks. We are grateful for an excellent start to our
school year and a long weekend to get a little rest.
As we honor all workers this weekend it is a good time to
look at our own work. We devote many hours each week
to our jobs, families, hobbies, and leisure activities. How
many hours do we work each week on our faith? This
may be a good time to think about our work each week
and see if we need to adjust some of our working hours.
Jesus reminds us “Do not work for food that perishes but
for the food that endures for eternal life” (John 6:27). Are
we working for the passing things of Earth or the
everlasting rewards of heaven?
We have many opportunities for you to work on your faith
here at St. Michael the Archangel Parish. We offer daily
Mass, Bible studies, a Catholic School, The Discipleship
and FROGS Programs, Refuge and Arise, The Sherry
Weddell workshop, and many other ministries to be a
part of. We are here to help you on your faith journey.
Also, as we get a chance to rest this weekend remember
to take some time to rest each week. Even God “rested
on the seventh day from all the work he had
undertaken.” (Gen. 2:2)
Enjoy a fall of meaningful work and enjoyable rest.
Peace & Blessings,
Deacon Mike
The Parish Office will be
CLOSED on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
in observance of
LABOR DAY.
Mass will be held at 9AM in the Main Church.
Please note: No 7am or 12:10pm Masses
Habitat for Humanity
Women’s Build 2016
St. Michael Parish is excited to be
partnering once again with Habitat for
Humanity on their next build, House #37
(337 Arlington Ave., Arlington, OH) titled
“Women Build.” This will be Habitat’s 5th Findlay-area
Women Build, a build designed to empower and engage
women to learn new skills, strengthen our community and
provide a safe place to call home for a family. Yes, pink
will be everywhere, but men are welcome too!
This build will take place during the month of September.
St. Michael’s day to volunteer for the build is
Thursday, September 29th. Our work for the day will be
to Install Trim, Hardware and Fixtures. We will have two
shifts to volunteer, 8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm. We are also
providing hospitality for this day, so we will be asking for
volunteers to help us with the making and serving of food
for the day.
If you have any questions or are interested in volunteering
for this build, working with hospitality or making a food
donation, please contact Mary Umbs in the parish office,
by calling 419-422-2646, or by e-mail;
[email protected]
ST. MICHAEL CEMETERY CLEAN-UP will begin
the week of September 25, weather permi+ng.
Please remove all items
you wish to keep prior to
September 25.
LECTOR TRAINING
Sunday, September 11
after 6:00pm Mass
OR
Sunday, September 18
after Noon Mass
MAIN CHURCH
Mercy Moment - Counsel the Doubtful
THOUGHT OF THE WEEK
Do we care enough about our neighbor to offer assistance is times of doubt?
ACTION FOR THE WEEK
Suggesting a spiritual director, offering to pray with the person, encourage reading of the bible, offer
babysitting, if the person is afraid to speak to a professional offer to take them to their appointment. Try and be
the action agent! We all have times of struggle….and hopefully we have a good neighbor to help us through our
times of doubt.
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Daily Scripture Readings
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
1 Corinthians 5:1-8
Psalm 5:5-7, 12
Luke 6:6-11
1 Corinthians 6:1-11
Psalm 149:1-6, 9
Luke 6:12-19
1 Corinthians 7:25-31
Psalm 45:11-12, 14-17
John 6:20-26
Micah 5:1-14 or 8:28-30
Psalm 13:6
Matthew 1:1-16, 18-23
1 Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-27
Psalm 84:3-6, 12
Luke 6:39-42
1 Corinthians 10:14-22
Psalm 116:12-13, 17-18
Luke 6:43-49
Exodus 32:7-11, 13-14
Psalm 51:3-4, 12-13, 17, 19
1 Timothy 1:12-17
Luke 15:1-32
Jesus tells us in today's gospel reading Couples Corner
that we cannot be His disciple unless
we reject our family and give up all our
possessions. He means that He wants us to
love him above all things and all people and
that even our family is in second place. It
must be the same for us as couples. After God, our spouse
is the most important person in our life and deserves to be
loved completely. Just as Jesus wants us to love Him
through our prayer and meditation, our spouse needs our
love through gentle words and thoughtful actions. As Jesus
died for us we must die to ourselves and give unselfishly to
Him and to each other.
Discipleship (formerly CCD) begins September 11
(Sunday) and 13 (Tuesday). We are still accepting
registrations!
RCIA Team Meeting will be held on September 7 at
from 6-8:00pm in the Marian Room.
1st Reconciliation/1st Eucharist Parent Meeting Our second meeting is scheduled for Sunday, Sept.11 at
1:30pm in the Marian Room.
Confirmation Spiritual Direction Sign-up will be
held this week, September 12-16.
Catholic Singles Alive!
Catholic Singles Alive! will be dining out at Rancho Fiesta
(1739 Tiffin Ave., Findlay) on Wednesday, September 7.
Please join us at 6:30pm for good food and great
conversation!
Be sure to save the date for these upcoming September
CSA events:
Sept. 21 - Game Night, 6:30pm in the Marian Room
Sept. 25 - Movie Night, 4pm at Carmike Cinemas
For more information about these or any CSA event, please
contact Peggy Schmitz at 567-208-2344.
Day of Prayer for Peace in our Communities
– Friday, September 9
Are You a
Disciple of
Jesus Christ?
Join us on October
15 as Sherry
Weddell presents
her “Forming
Intentional
Disciple” workshop!
Learn how you can
grow a closer
relationship with our Lord! We will gather in the main
church from 8:45 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. (registration begins at
8:15). Call the parish office or email
[email protected] to register today. There
is no cost! Let’s “Break the Silence” together!
Following a difficult summer marked by racial tensions and
tragic moments across the nation, the United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops is inviting Catholics and all
people of good will to pray for peace and an end to violence
and racial tension in our nation. Locally, we will observe this
call to prayer and solidarity by contemplating our call to be a
people of peace and unity during the homilies at school
Masses on September 8 and 9, praying the Rosary for
peace in our classrooms on September 9, and ringing our
church bells at 3:00 p.m. as a sign of solidarity. Please
consider how you will join in our common prayer for
increased understanding and lasting peace.
The Warm Cap Project is gearing up for the
2016-17 season. Join us as we knit, crochet &
loom-knit warm apparel (hats, scarves, shawls,
etc.) for those in need right here in our community. All levels
of experience are welcome to join in on this ministry. We
meet the 2nd week of each month - daytime sessions on
Mondays 12:30-2pm in the Marian Room and evening
sessions on Tuesdays 7-9pm in the Teacher’s Lounge.
Our first meeting of the school year will be Sept. 12 and
Sept. 13.
In Christ,
Fr. Scott Woods
For more information, please contact Emilia de la Peña
[email protected]
Warm Cap Project
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St. Michael Catholic School
723 Sutton Place
Findlay, Ohio 45840
419-423-2738 Telephone
419-423-2720 Fax
Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
www.findlaystmichaelschool.org
Principal:
Anne Brehm
Ext. 222
Assistant Principal: Deacon Mike Eier Ext. 223
Secretary:
Charlene Wilkins Ext. 221
NO SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 2 - 5
LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
ALUMINUM CAN DRIVE
We will again be collecting
aluminum cans on Friday, Sept. 16 until
9 o’clock in the morning on Thursday,
Sept. 29. Drop off will be on the south side
of the church/school.
Middle School
Arise Jrs. 5th and 6th grade ministry will
begin October 14 at 6pm in the
auditorium. Stay tuned for more details!
Arise 7th and 8th grade ministry will begin October
7 at 7pm in the auditorium. Stay tuned for more
details!
High School
Our opening Refuge bonfire is scheduled
for September 18! Join us for 6pm Holy
Mass; acvies will begin directly a3er.
IMPACT our youth ministry annual fundraiser is October
8 starng at 7pm in the auditorium General admission
ckets can also be purchased in the parish office for $20
each .
Sept. 2-5
September 7
NO SCHOOL: Labor Day Holiday
School Advisory Council (SAC)
7pm in the Art Room
September 8
Athletic Boosters
7pm in the Art Room
September 12 Parent Teacher Council (PTC)
7pm in the Art Room
September 16 MIDTERM (Can you believe it?!?)
4th Grade to Litzenburg
Sept. 16-29
BALL METAL RECYCLE AMERICA
Drop off cans in South parking lot.
September 21 3rd Grade to Indian Caverns
5th Grade to Seven Eagles Lodge
September 24 Dad & Kid Hayride
5-8pm at Riverbend.
Pre-registration required.
September 29 NO SCHOOL: Teacher In-Service Day
*St. Michael Feast Day celebration moved to Friday
September 30 2 HOUR DELAY
St. Michael Feast Day All School Mass
1pm in the Main Church
Young Adults
The Young Adult annual BBQ at the rectory will be
happening on September 23. Join us at 6:30pm for fun
and fellowship!
The next Frassa Focus night is happening September
15 at 7pm. We will be discussing the topic, “Why be
Catholic?” Babysi+ng is available.
A carpool is available to anyone interested in weekly
discussion every Tuesday night in Bowling Green on
Theology of the Body. Please contact Alyssa at the
parish office for more details.
All women are encouraged to join us each Friday
morning at 7:00AM for an early cup of coffee at GEORGE
HOUSE. Discussion over coffee centers on how to be a
Chrisan woman.
Join our group on Facebook, Findlay Frassa, to learn
more about upcoming events!
For more informaon about any of these events, please
contact:
Alyssa Brown, Youth Director
[email protected]findlaystmichael.org
419-422-2646

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