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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, November 11

5:30pm All Souls Novena

Sunday, November 12

Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, November 13 - No Mass

Tuesday, November 14

Noon Marie Snopek (Don & Barbara)

Wednesday, November 15

Noon Rosemary Brooks (Family)

Thursday, November 16

Noon Intentions of Gail Westhoff

(School Children)

Friday, November 17

Noon For David Probus (Sherri Sowder)

Saturday, November 18

5:30 pm Ron Judy (Family)

Sunday, November 19

Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,636

250 Club/November 3 – Winner AJ Perraut again #919

Coming Events:

Sat., Nov. 11 - Special Blessing for Veterans at Mass.

Sunday, Nov.12 - CCD 8:45am.

- Special Blessing for Veterans at Mass.

Monday, Nov. 13 - CWBS 6:30 – 8:30pm school library

Wed., Nov. 14 - Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am – 7:00pm (Please sign up)

Confessions 5:30pm – 6:30pm

- RCIA – 7:15pm

Friday, Nov. 17 - Begin making candy – HELP!

Sunday, Nov. 19 - CCD 8:45am

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Kim Garrison, Lyle Lacore, Henry Henson, Charles Ray Mason, Mary Grable, Eden Carter & Ky Anderson.

We pray for the homebound and those in care centers: Missy Giles, Rita Feix, Bob Grable, Theresa Martin, Karen Mattingly, Joe & Loni Zaragoza, Glenda Lang, Pete & Janet Cline. Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford

Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Foys,

Frs. Stoeppel & Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians and religious.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump and

home and abroad, and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

A Prayer for Veterans

God of peace, we pray for those who have served our nation and have laid down their lives to protect and defend our freedom. We pray for those have have fought, whose spirits and bodies are scarred by war, whose nights are haunted by memories too painful for the light of day. We pray for those who serve us now, especially for those in harm’s way. Shield them from danger and bring them home. Turn the hearts and minds of our leaders and our enemies to the work of justice and a harvest of peace. May the peace you left us, the peace you gave us, be the peace that sustains, the peace that saves us. Christ Jesus, hear us! Amen.

Bishop Foys encourages all the faithful to join him and priests and deacons of the diocese for Solemn Vespers to open the Year of Prayer for Priestly Vocations in our Diocese at the Cathedral Bascilica of the Assumption on Sunday, November 26 at 3:00pm. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin following the 10:00 a.m. Mass and condlude with Benediction following Vespers. Confessions will also be heard after the 10:00 a.m. Mass and thru the celebration of Vespers.

Exposition every Wednesday

Can you commit to spending one hour each Wednesday in the presence of The Blessed Sacrament? Please sign up so we will know that someone is there throughout the day from 8:00am – 7:00pm. If you cannot make it, please call for a replacement. God’s blessings are awaiting you!

Please pick up your “Knights Cash Madness Split the Pot Fundraiser tickets. They are in the back of the church. The letters are in alphabetic order. Thank you.

2018 offertory envelope box - kindly pick up your box behind the last pew. Thanks for your generosity in using them and your support. If you are not receiving envelopes but would like to, please let me know.

It is “candy making” time!! Please keep us in mind, we will need your help! We begin Friday, November 17th. Return form or call to let us know when you can help. Thank you.

Our deepest sympathy to John Schreiber. His sister, Alvinia Hoffmann passed away this week. May her soul rest in peace. Amen.

Christmas Bazaar

The annual Christmas bazaar will be held Saturday, December 2, 2017. Times will be from 9:00am – 5:00pm. We will give parents and parishioners priority to available booth spaces if signed up before November 15. If interested, fill out the Bazaar Booth Space Sign-up sheet and return to Sherri or call Mary (588-4469).

Gift Cards

These gift cards are great gifts and the school receives a percentage of the value of the card. Please consider shopping at St. Edward for your gift card needs. If you would like to purchase gift cards, please see Sherri with your list to place your order. Thank you!

Parent’s Club is also having a “Schwans” fundraiser to benefit the school.

Please remember to save: Box Tops for Education, Ken’s receipts, Snappy Tomato Pizza (Snappy guy on pizza box), aluminum cans. Don’t forget to sign up your Kroger Reward cards and purchase gifts cards from the church office for all your purchases and gift giving needs. These projects all benefit St. Edward School.

Do you have any “new or like new” (Christmas, etc.) items that the Altar Society can sell at the Christmas Silent Auction? If so, please drop off at the church office. The Christmas Silent Auction is in mid December. Thank you.

The Food Pantry has asked St. Edward Church to provide 200 boxes of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese for the Christmas Baskets they will be making. If you could purchase Kraft Macaroni & Cheese (name brand only), please bring to church or office. Thank you. Deadline is December 1.

Chili Fundraiser to benefit Kentucky State Police

“Shop with a Trooperfor underprivileged children. Cedar Ridge Health Campus is sponsoring this on Wednesday, November 15th. Dine in from 12:00 – 1:00pm. Or have a tropper deliver your meal from 10:30am – 1:00pm. $6 per person. Call 234-2702 for order and delivery.

New Eucharistic Minister schedules are in the sacristy.

Thank you to all who donated to the Birth Right Collection, with either baby items or donations. It was very much appreciated.

All Virtus trained volunteers remain current with their monthly training bulletins to remain an active volunteer.

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Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, November 19, 2017

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

Ron Judy (Family)

Kate Gasser

Grace Lang

Grace Sparks

Debbie Henson

Mary Grable

John Schreiber

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Corey Wagoner

Cece Boland

Isaac Furnish

David Klein

Amanda Aldridge

Jim Kane

 

Bulletin for Week of November 6

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, November 4

5:30pm All Souls Novena

Sunday, November 5

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, November 6 - No Mass

Tuesday, November 7

Noon All Souls Novena

Wednesday, November 8

Noon All Souls Novena

Thursday, November 9

Noon All Souls Novena

Friday, November 10

Noon All Souls Novena

Saturday, November 11

5:30 pm All Souls Novena

Sunday, November 12

Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,374

250 Club/October 13 – Winner AJ Perraut #419

Coming Events:

Sunday, Nov. 5 - CCD 8:45am.

- Altar Society after Mass.

Monday, Nov. 6 - CWBS 6:30 – 8:30pm school library

- Finance Meeting 7:00pm

- Spirit Sisters 6:30pm

Tues., Nov. 7 - School Board Meeting 7:00pm

- CWBS 6:30pm-8:30pm

Wed., Nov. 8 - Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am – 7:00pm (Please sign up)

Confessions 5:30pm – 6:30pm

- RCIA – 7:15pm

Sat., Nov. 11 - Special Blessing for Veterans at Mass.

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Kim Garrison, Lyle Lacore, Henry Henson.

We pray for the homebound and those in care centers: Missy Giles, Rita Feix, Bob Grable, Theresa Martin, Karen Mattingly, Joe & Loni Zaragoza, Glenda Lang, Pete & Janet Cline. Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford

Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Foys,

Frs. Stoeppel & Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians and religious.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump and

home and abroad, and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

My Friends in our Lord Jesus Christ,

I pray that each of you are well. The holidays are quickly approaching and, as is customary in these days, our schedules are becoming increasing complicated and difficult to manage. It can all be rather discouraging if we do not ground ourselves in what is truly important: love of God and love of neighbor. Therefore, I encourage each of you to remain faithful to prayer both in our church and in your home. Let the prayers of Holy Mass and proper devotion be your source of strength in all your dealings in the world, but let your works be good so that through them God may lead you back to the church. Both are necessary and equally important.

Exposition every Wednesday

Can you commit to spending one hour each Wednesday in the presence of The Blessed Sacrament? Please sign up so we will know that someone is there throughout the day from 8:00am – 7:00pm. If you cannot make it, please call for a replacement. God’s blessings are awaiting you!

Please pick up your “Knights Cash Madness “Split the Pot Fundraiser tickets. They are in the back of the church. The letters are in alphabetic order. Thank you.

It is “candy making” time!! Enclosed in today’s bulletin is a schedule for making candy. Please keep us mind, we will need your help! Return form or call to let us know when you can help. Thank you.

Christmas Bazaar

The annual Christmas bazaar will be held Saturday, December 2, 2017. Times will be from 9:00am – 5:00pm. We will give parents and parishioners priority to available booth spaces if signed up before November 15. If interested, fill out the Bazaar Booth Space Sign-up sheet and return to Sherri or call Mary (588-4469).

Veterans, you are invited to Holy Mass with the school children on Friday, November 10th followed by lunch.

Gift Cards

These gift cards are great gifts and the school receives a percentage of the value of the card. Please consider shopping at St. Edward for your gift card needs. If you would like to purchase gift cards, please see Sherri with your list to place your order. Thank you!

Parent’s Club is also having a “Schwans” fundraiser and selling Butter Braids to benefit the school.

Please remember to save: Box Tops for Education, Ken’s receipts, Snappy Tomato Pizza (Snappy guy on pizza box), aluminum cans. Don’t forget to sign up your Kroger Reward cards and purchase gifts cards from the church office for all your purchases and gift giving needs. These projects all benefit St. Edward School.

All Virtus trained volunteers remain current with their monthly training bulletins to remain an active volunteer.

It is operation Christmas child shoebox time. This is a charitable ministry to share the gospel of Jesus and give a shoebox gift to children in third world countries. For most, this will be the first gift they have ever received. OCC is an easy way to be a missionary and to get children involved in thinking about and giving to others. Drop off deadline is November 12. Any questions, call Jolynn Perraut 298-1629.

We need volunteers to clean church and gardeners to help with flower beds. We also are in need of a part-time Sacristan. If you can donate a few hours per month to help, please contact the office.

New Eucharistic Minister schedules are in the sacristy.

Chili Fundraiser to benefit Kentucky State Police

“Shop with a Trooperfor underprivileged children. Cedar Ridge Health Campus is sponsoring this on Wednesday, November 15th. Dine in from 12:00 – 1:00pm. Or have a tropper deliver your meal from 10:30am – 1:00pm. $6 per person. Call 234-2702 for order and delivery.

There will be a Veterans Day breakfast at Cedar Ridge Health Campus on Friday, November 10 from 8:00am-10:00am.

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According to Tradition, our Lord promised St. Gertrude that 1000 souls would be released from purgatory each time this prayer is said devoutly.

Prayer to St. Gertrude

Eternal Father,

I offer Thee

The Most Precious Blood of Thy

Divine Son, Jesus, in union with

The Masses said throughout the

World today, for all the holy souls

in purgatory, for sinners

everywhere, for sinners in the

universal church, those in my own

home and within my family. Amen.

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Let the whole world tremble,

let Heaven exult when Christ,

the Son of the Living God,

is on the altar in the hand of the priest.

St. Francis of Assisi

 

 


 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, November 12, 2017

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

All Souls Novena

Madison Jones

Grace Sparks

Camille Hatfield

Mickiee Browning

Mary Grable

Margaret Reed

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Ryan Cabrera

Calvin Heimlich

Resa Heimlich

Kendra Cooper

Dennis Witajewski

Edith Castillo

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 03 November 2017 14:30 )
 

Bulletin for Week of October 30

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, October 28

5:30pm Garrett & Landen Spence (Family)

Sunday, October 29

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, October 30 - No Mass

Tuesday, October 31

Noon Intentions of Tom Stoss (Mom & Dad)

Wednesday, November 1 – All Saints Day

Noon David Gasser (Roger & Brenda)

7:00pm Parishioners, living & deceased

Thursday, November 2 – All Souls Day

Noon (at Cemetery if weather permits) TC Florence (Mike & Michele)

3:00pm For His Holiness Pope Francis

7:00pm All Souls Novena

Friday, November 3 – First Friday

Noon All Souls Novena

Saturday, November 4

5:30 pm All Souls Novena

Sunday, November 5

Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00 am All Souls Novena

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,443

250 Club/October 13 – Winner Patti Aldridge #863

Coming Events:

Sunday, Oct. 29 - CCD at 8:45am

Monday, Oct. 30 - CWBS 6:30-8:30 school library.

Wed., Nov. 1 - All Saints Day/Holy Day of Obligation

Holy Mass at Noon & 7:00pm.

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

from 8:00am until 7:00pm. This will

take place every Wednesday.

- No RCIA

- No School. Office Closed

Thurs., Nov. 2 - All Souls Day

- Please check the Holy Mass times

- All Souls Novena begins.

Friday, Nov. 3 - First Friday. Anointing of the Sick.

Sunday, Nov. 5 - CCD 8:45am.

- Altar Society after Mass.

Monday, Nov. 6 - CWBS 6:30 – 8:30pm school library

- Finance Meeting 7:00pm

Tues., Nov. 7 - School Board Meeting 7:00pm

Wed., Nov. 8 - Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

8:00am – 7:00pm (Please sign up)

- RCIA – 7:15pm

October is Respect Life Month- please pray for the sanctity of life from conception to natural death.

My Friends in our Lord Jesus Christ,

I pray that each of you are well. The holidays are quickly approaching and, as is customary in these days, our schedules are becoming increasing complicated and difficult to manage. It can all be rather discouraging if we do not ground ourselves in what is truly important: love of God and love of neighbor. Therefore, I encourage each of you to remain faithful to prayer both in our church and in your home. Let the prayers of Holy Mass and proper devotion be your source of strength in all your dealings in the world, but let your works be good so that through them God may lead you back to the church. Both are necessary and equally important.

Just a reminder that Wednesday, November 1st is the Solemnity of All Saints. This is a Holy Day of Obligation. As such, please plan to attend Mass at 12:00 Noon or 7:00 p.m. in the church. Also, I encourage everyone to attend one

of the three Masses on All Souls’ Day this Thursday, November 2nd. Masses on All Soul’s will be at 12:00 noon in the cemetery, 3:00 pm in the church, and 7:00pm in the church. The 7:00pm Mass will feature the ancient Requiem Mass chants sung by my friend Marnie Lemma. This will be a rare and extraordinary opportunity for prayer and art – I hope to see you there.

God Bless,

Fr. Harry Settle

Exposition every Wednesday

Can you commit to spending one hour each Wednesday in the presence of The Blessed Sacrament? Please sign up so we will know that someone is there throughout the day from 8:00am – 7:00pm. If you cannot make it, please call for a replacement. God’s blessings are awaiting you!

All Souls Novena

We will also begin an All Souls Novena to be prayed for 9 days (enclosed in today’s bulletin), which will included your prayer requests. “All Souls Day Remembrance” envelopes will be available in both vestibules. Please write the names of your loved ones you wish to be remembered and drop in basket or return it to the church office. A donation requested of $10 per intention.

Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their souls & all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace.

Prayer & meditation before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament are great ways to spend some special time with Him. Treat Him as you would one of your closest friends, with love & respect. Feel free to tell Him whatever troubles or pleases you (silently or very quietly, silence is key for concentration in this intimate setting.)

You can always pray whatever prayers you’d like. If you prefer, just give our Lord your heartfelt thoughts in medication or reflection. Or, if you are feeling particularly stressed, you can just keep Him company!

In addition to a prayer to a prayer book, you might want to bring along some good spiritual reading or scripture for reflection. The more you learn about our faith through such reading the deeper your experience with our Lord can be in the reflections He can inspire with you through His Spirit.

Don’t feel like you are wasting your time with our Lord if you haven’t said numerous prayers. Just give Vianney, the Cure of Ars once was asked, “What do you say to our Lord in those long visits your pay Him every day?” “I say nothing to Him,” “I look at Him and He looks at me.”

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Kim Garrison, Lyle Lacore.

We pray for the homebound and those in care centers: Missy Giles, Rita Feix, Bob Grable, Theresa Martin, Karen Mattingly, Joe & Loni Zaragoza, Glenda Lang, Pete & Janet Cline. Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford

Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Foys,

Frs. Stoeppel & Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians and religious.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump and

home and abroad, and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

Please pick up your “Knights Cash Madness “Split the Pot Fundraiser tickets. They are in the back of the church. The letters are in alphabetic order. Thank you.

Gift Cards

Enclosed in today’s bulletin is a copy of the gift cards that are available. These gift cards are great gifts and the school receives a percentage of the value of the card. If you would like to purchase gift cards, please see Sherri with your list to place your order. Thank you!

Parent’s Club is also having a “Schwans” fundraiser and selling Butter Braids to benefit the school.

Please remember to save: Box Tops for Education, Ken’s receipts, Snappy Tomato Pizza (Snappy guy on pizza box), aluminum cans. Don’t forget to sign up your Kroger Reward cards and purchase gifts cards from the church office for all your purchases and gift giving needs. These projects all benefit St. Edward School.

All Virtus trained volunteers remain current with their monthly training bulletins to remain an active volunteer.

It is operation Christmas child shoebox time. This is a charitable ministry to share the gospel of Jesus and give a shoebox gift to children in third world countries. For most, this will be the first gift they have ever received. OCC is an easy way to be a missionary and to get children involved in thinking about and giving to others. Drop off deadline is November 12. Any questions, call Jolynn Perraut 298-1629.

It is almost “candy making” time!! Not sure of the dates and times yet, but keep us mind, we will need your help!

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, November 5, 2017

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

All Souls Novena

Camille Hatfield

Skylar Hatfield

Grace Sparks

Pat Perraut

Mickiee Browning

Mary Ann Perraut

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Isaac Furnish

Drew Furnish

Maria Furnish

Edith Castillo

Gail Westhoff

Dennis Witajewski

 


 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 31 October 2017 07:27 )
 

Bulletin for Week of October 16

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, October 14

5:30pm Sis & Ollie Gasser (Roger & Brenda)

Sunday, October 15

Twentieth-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, October 16

No Mass

Tuesday, October 17

Noon Intentions of the Family of

Gail Westhoff (St. Edward Students)

Wednesday, October 18

Noon Leo & Laverne Westhoff (Dan & Gail)

Thursday, October 19

Noon Intentions of David &Paulette Klein

35 Wedding Ann. (David & Paulette)

Friday, October 20

Noon Everett & Theresa Brooks (Family)

Saturday, October 21

5:30 pm Shelia Gasser (Mary Ann Perraut)

Sunday, October 22

Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,498

250 Club/October 6 – Winner Patti Aldridge #367

Coming Events:

Sat. & Sun., Oct. 14-15- Second Collection for victims of

natural disasters in Florida, Caribbean & Mexico.

- No CCD.

Monday, Oct. 16 - CWBS 6:30-8:30pm in school library

Tuesday, Oct. 17 - Confessions 6:00-8:00pm

Wed., Oct. 18 - RCIA 7:15pm

Thurs., Oct. 19 - Parish Council meeting 7:00pm Friday, Oct. 20-22 - Exposition and Forty Hour

Devotion

Sunday, Oct. 22 - CCD at 8:45am

Feast of St. Edward celebration

- Presentation of our Parish Service

Awards.

- 5:00 pm Closing of Forty Hours

with Procession and Benediction

Followed by dinner at 6:00pm

Monday, Oct. 23 - CWBS 6:30-8:30 school library.

Wed., Oct. 25 - Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

from 8:00am until 7:00pm. This will

take place every Wednesday.

- RCIA 7:15pm

Sunday, Oct. 29 - CCD 8:45am.

Monday, Oct. 30 - CWBS 6:30 – 8:30pm school library

Check out the St. Edward Church and School Facebook pages for the latest news on events!

Feast of St. Edward – 40 Hour Devotion begins Friday, October 20 at 6:00pm with Holy Mass.

Please sign up to adore our Lord. Walk-ins are encouraged! Closing of 40 hours will be Sunday, Oct. 22 at 5:00pm with Procession and Benediction followed by dinner at 6:00pm by KoC.

On All Souls Day, November 2 there will be three Holy Masses that day. There will be a noon Holy Mass we hope (weather permitting) can be at the Cemetery. There will also be Holy Masses at 3:00pm and 7:00pm.

We will also begin an All Souls Novena to be prayed for 9 days (we will provide you with the novena prayers), which will included your prayer requests. “All Souls Day Remembrance” cards and envelopes will be available in both vestibules. Please write the names of your loved ones you wish to be remembered and drop in basket or return it to the church office. A donation requested of $10 per intention.

October is Respect Life Month- please pray for the sanctity of life from conception to natural death.

BIRTHRIGHT Baby Bottle Fundraiser: October is Respect Life Month. Please place a donation in the baby bottles in the vestibules to help raise money for the mothers and babies. BIRTHRIGHT offers caring, non-judgmental, and confidential help for girls and women in unplanned pregnancies. Their focus is on the distressed mother and her baby. Their function is to help her not feel pressured into an abortion. Our responsibility is to provide whatever particular help she needs to bring her baby to birth. The essence of BIRTHRIGHT is love. Thank you for your support.

We pray for the sick: Allan Reed, Jeffrey Sowder, Tom Vallandingham, Pat Williams, Kim Garrison, Lyle Lacore.

We pray for the homebound and those in care centers: Missy Giles, Rita Feix, Bob Grable, Theresa Martin, Karen Mattingly, Joe & Loni Zaragoza, Glenda Lang, Pete & Janet Cline. Cedar Ridge: Sue Bedford

Grand Haven: Mary Jane Buckler, Ida Cook

We pray for the Church: Pope Francis, Bishop Foys,

Frs. Stoeppel & Williams and all priests, deacons & seminarians and religious.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump and

home and abroad, and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

Parent’s Club is also having a “Schwans” fundraiser to benefit the school. See enclosed brochure.

Please remember to save: Box Tops for Education, Ken’s receipts, Snappy Tomato Pizza (Snappy guy on pizza box), aluminum cans. Don’t forget to sign up your Kroger Reward cards and purchase gifts cards from the church office for all your purchases and gift giving needs. These projects all benefit St. Edward School.

St. Joseph, Camp Springs Oktoberfish, Friday, October 20 & 27 from 4:00 – 7:00pm. Sandwiches and set ups, baked cod & salmon, crab cakes, fried catfish & shrimp, hushpuppies and lots of desserts. The meal is worth the trip.

Young Adult Ministry Bonfire! Every young adult and young professional in the Diocese of Covington is invited to a Bonfire at St. Anne Retreat Center, 5275 St. Anne Dr., Melbourne, KY on Saturday, October 14 at 7:00pm. Father Bob Rottgers will be speaking on exorcism.

Family and Marriage Enrichment Day 2017 will be held at St. Pius X Parish on Saturday, November 4. Dr. Ray Guardeni from the TV show “Living Right With Dr. Ray” will be the guest speaker. The day will begin with Holy Mass from 8:00am-9:00am with talks until 12:00noon.

We need volunteers to clean church and gardeners to help with flower beds. We also are in need of a part-time Sacristan. If you can donate a few hours per month to help, please contact the office.

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There will be choir practice after the Sunday Mass.

All Virtus trained volunteers remain current with their monthly training bulletins to remain an active volunteer.

Certification courses for Catechesis will begin. These courses are needed to teach religion. For more information, please see Father Harry.

Please pick up the new schedules for lectors, rosary leaders, extraordinary ministers and servers.

Attention, youth of high school age and adults! There will be a Diocesan Pilgrimage to the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The pilgrimage will take place November 16-19, 2017 and is open to all high school age young people and their chaperones. The cost is $498 per person which includes all travel, lodging and meals. To register or more info, contact Diocesan Dept. of Faith Formation at 859-392, ext. 1526 or mspears@covdioorg.

We are interested in purchasing a new sign for the front lawn. This will be used for announcements. If there are any interested donors, please contact the Church office.

“Joy is one of the best safeguards against temptation. The devil is a carrier of dust and dirt and he uses every opportunity to throw what he has at us. But a joyful heart protects us from this dirt. That is because Jesus is there in our joy. Jesus takes full possession of our soul when we surrender to him joyfully. St. Francis de Sales said, ‘A sad saint is a bad saint.’ St. Teresa of Avila worried about her sisters only when she saw them lose their joy. Joy is a source of power for us”.

------St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, October 22, 2017

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

Shelia Gasser

(Family)

Madison Jones

Grace Lang

Skylar Hatfield

Mary Grable

Mickiee Browning

John Schreiber

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Addison Perraut

AJ Perraut

Avery Barnes

David Klein

John Merz

Paulette Klein

David Klein

Polly Ware

 

 


 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 October 2017 16:00 )
 

Bulletin for the week of 10/9/17

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HOLY MASS INTENTIONS

Saturday, October 7

5:30pm David Gasser (Family)

Sunday, October 8

Twentieth-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

Monday, October 9 - Friday, October 13; There will be No Mass during this time. Father Harry will be on retreat.

Saturday, October 14

5:30 pm Sis & Ollie Gasser (Roger & Brenda)

Sunday, October 15

Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

10:00 am Parishioners, living & deceased

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE REPORT

Offertory last Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,126

250 Club/September 29 – No Winner - #509

Coming Events:

October 9 – 13 - Fall Break – No School.

- Office closed Oct. 11-13.

- No RCIA this week

Fr. Harry will be on retreat all week.

- CWBS 6:30-8:30 in school library

Sat. & Sun., Oct. 14-15- Second Collection for victims of

natural disasters in Florida, Caribbean & Mexico.

- No CCD.

Monday, Oct. 16 - CWBS 6:30-8:30pm in school library

Tuesday, Oct. 17 - Confessions 6:00-8:00pm

Wed., Oct. 18 - RCIA 7:15pm

Thurs., Oct. 19 - Parish Council meeting 7:00pm Friday, Oct. 20-22 - Exposition and Forty Hour

Devotion

Sunday, Oct. 22 - CCD at 8:45am

Feast of St. Edward celebration

- Presentation of our Parish Service

Awards.

- 5:00 pm Closing of Forty Hours

with Procession and Benediction

Followed by dinner at 6:00pm

Monday, Oct. 23 - CWBS 6:30-8:30 school library.

Wed., Oct. 25 - Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

from 8:00am until 7:00pm. This will

take place every Wednesday.

- RCIA 7:15pm

Sunday, Oct. 29 - CCD 8:45am.

Monday, Oct. 30 - CWBS 6:30 – 8:30pm school library

Feast of St. Edward – 40 Hour Devotion begins Friday, October 20 at 6:00pm with Holy Mass. Please sign up to adore our Lord. Walk-ins are encouraged! Closing will be Sunday, Oct. 22 at 5:00pm with Procession and Benediction followed by dinner at 6:00pm by KoC.

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in our Lord Jesus, Christ,

It’s been a busy past few months, but I have been very pleased with the level of enthusiasm in our parish and the dedication of numerous individuals whose efforts have assisted with our spiritual growth. My thanks to the members of all our church organizations including, but not limited to, The Knights of Columbus, The Altar Society, the Spirit Sisters, as well as our council members and countless volunteers – thank you for your gifts of time and talent. I would also like to thank everyone who participated in last week’s cemetery visitation and the animal blessing on the Feast of St. Francis. They were truly wonderful events.

This coming week is our school’s fall break. I am very proud of our student’s accomplishments and I hope they enjoy this time for rest and relaxation. I also hope that our teachers, staff and school volunteers are able to have some quality time with family and friends. Thank you so much for everything you do for Christ and His Church!

In addition to fall break, I will also be away for our annual Diocesan Priest Retreat. As I will be unavailable Oct. 8 through the 14th. Fr. Danny Fister of Annunciation Church in Paris, KY has agreed to assist with all sacramental emergencies. Please contact Fr. Fister at (859) 987-1571 should the need arise.

Finally, I would like to encourage everyone to participate in the celebration of our patron, Saint Edward the Confessor during the weekend of Oct 20th through 22nd. The 40 Hours Eucharistic Devotion will begin on Friday the 20th at 6:00pm with Holy Mass, followed by the continuous exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until Sunday the 22nd at 5:00pm. I ask everyone to sacrifice their time and be present for at least one hour of adoration. This beautiful devotion recalls our Lord’s desire for His Apostles to pray with Him in the Garden before He endured His passion. Our Lord has given everything for you, please make time for Him.

With Every prayer and blessing, I am

Yours in Christ,

Fr. Harry Settle

On All Souls Day, November 2 there will be three Holy Masses that day. There will be a noon Holy Mass we hope (weather permitting) can be at the Cemetery. There will also be Holy Masses at 3:00pm and 7:00pm.

We will also begin an All Souls Novena to be prayed for 9 days (we will provide you with the novena prayers), which will included your prayer requests. “All Souls Day Remembrance” cards and envelopes will be available in both vestibules. Please write the names of your loved ones you wish to be remembered and drop in basket or return it to the church office. A donation requested of $10 per intention.

October is Respect Life Month- please pray for the sanctity of life from conception to natural death.

BIRTHRIGHT Baby Bottle Fundraiser: October is Respect Life Month. Please place a donation in the baby bottles in the vestibules to help raise money for the mothers and babies. BIRTHRIGHT offers caring, non-judgmental, and confidential help for girls and women in unplanned pregnancies. Their focus is on the distressed mother and her baby. Their function is to help her not feel pressured into an abortion. Our responsibility is to provide whatever particular help she needs to bring her baby to birth. The essence of BIRTHRIGHT is love. Thank you for your support.

We pray for our Nation: President Trump and

home and abroad, and all federal, state and local officials as well as our first responders.

Check out the St. Edward Church and School Facebook pages for the latest news on events!

Parent’s Club is also having a “Schwans” fundraiser to benefit the school. See enclosed brochure.

Please remember to save: Box Tops for Education, Ken’s receipts, Snappy Tomato Pizza (Snappy guy on pizza box), aluminum cans. Don’t forget to sign up your Kroger Reward cards and purchase gifts cards from the church office for all your purchases and gift giving needs. These projects all benefit St. Edward School.

St. Joseph, Camp Springs Oktoberfish, Friday, October 20 & 27 from 4:00 – 7:00pm. Sandwiches and set ups, baked cod & salmon, crab cakes, fried catfish & shrimp, hushpuppies and lots of desserts. The meal is worth the trip.

Young Adult Ministry Bonfire! Every young adult and young professional in the Diocese of Covington is invited to a Bonfire at St. Anne Retreat Center, 5275 St. Anne Dr., Melbourne, KY on Saturday, October 14 at 7:00pm. Father Bob Rottgers will be speaking on exorcism.

HELP!! - The St. Edward Parent’s Club is going to be selling cookbooks for a fundraiser for the school. We need your recipes to make it complete. Please submit your family favorite recipes by either making copies of your recipes or writing them out, OR we would be happy to copy your recipe for you. Just drop in collection basket or send to school. Thank you for your help. Please send in asap.

Family and Marriage Enrichment Day 2017 will be held at St. Pius X Parish on Saturday, November 4. Dr. Ray Guardeni from the TV show “Living Right With Dr. Ray” will be the guest speaker. The day will begin with Holy Mass from 8:00am-9:00am with talks until 12:00noon.

We need volunteers to clean church and gardeners to help with flower beds. We also are in need of a part-time Sacristan. If you can donate a few hours per month to help, please contact the office.

 

Liturgical Ministers – Sunday, October 15, 2017

Mass

time

Mass Intention

Altar Servers

Extraordinary Ministers

of Holy Communion

Lector

Rosary Leader

5:30

· Sis & Ollie Gasser

Camille Hatfield

Skylar Hatfield

Kate Gasser

Debbie Henson

Mary Grable

Margaret Reed

10:00

Parishioners, living and deceased

Morgan Cooper

Bill Hailey

Jessica Hailey

Edith Castillo

Kendra Cooper

Steve Cropper

Jim Ingram

Jim Kane

 

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 October 2017 11:00 )
 
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