St. Michael’s Ridge Bulletin

 

 

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  WEEKLY MASS SCHEDULE

Nov 5, 2018 – Nov 11, 2018

   

Mon. – Nov 5, 2018                                   

* No Mass – Fr. Kill recovering from Surgery

Tues. – Nov 6, 2018

* No Mass – Fr. Kill recovering from Surgery

Wed. – Nov 7, 2018

* No Mass – Fr. Kill recovering from Surgery

Thur. – Nov 8, 2018

* No Mass – Fr. Kill recovering from Surgery

Fri. – Nov 9, 2018

* No Mass – Fr. Kill recovering from Surgery

Sat. – Nov 10, 2018

                       Mass Celebrant Fr. Fred Duschl

* Mass - St. Isidore / Delaware Bend                                  4:30 PM                 

                              “Mass Intentions”

             John Dell by Bob & Stella Shininger

* Mass – St. Michael’s Ridge                                               6:30 PM

                                             “Mass Intention” 

                               Ted Garmyn by Grandchildren

Sun. – Nov 11, 2018 

                          Mass Celebrant Fr. Al Ceranowski

*Mass - St. Michael’s Ridge                                                8:30 AM

                                                  “Mass Intention”

                            Larry Sr. & Cindy Steffel by Janice Steffel

*Mass - St. Isidore / Marysdale                                        10:00AM

                                “Mass Intention”

                     William Weaner by Suzie Cox

 

My dear parishioners:

    As you may have heard, my surgery went well

and I am now back home at the Rectory and resting as best I can. Once again I want to express my heartfelt appreciation for all of your prayers and support!

With plenty of rest and no work, my recovery should be a quick one. I will keep you informed of my progress and expected return. As always, please keep me in your prayers as you are in mine!

  

             May God bless you always!

                                         Fr. Bob

 

              LITURGICAL SCHEDULE

                    November 10/11, 2018 

                    32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

   6:30 PM                                                                  8:30 AM

 Extraordinary Minister:                       Extraordinary Minister:

      Janice Leopold                                                        Jeff Weber

      Linda Long                                                              Amber Flory

      Anita Bertsch                                                           Joe Konecny

                                                                                         Mary Jo Beilharz

                                                                                         Joan McBride                                                                                              

 Lector:                                                  Lector:

       Linda Wagner                                                       Kristen Lauber

     

 Servers:                                                Servers:

        Dave Durham                                                     Grayce Burkholder

                                                                                  Lily Burkholder

                                                                                     Keely Culler

 Minister to Shut-Ins:                        Jeff Weber

 

 Collection Counters:                     Betty Schlegel and Barb Weber

 

PLEASE ADD THESE PEOPLE TO YOUR

Daily Prayers

Rosemary Meyer, Mary Wagner, Chad Giesige,

Denny Fronk, Betty Adelman and Jean Keller (Sisters to

Anita Bertsch), Dan Miller, Joe Wagner, Jackson

Fortman, Shawn Fortman, R.J. Fortman, Rosanne Fisher,

Michael Grieselding, Holly Garmyn, Fr. Bob Holden,

Marisa Larimer, Brooke (Liska) Homier, and Nathan Mekus.

**Call Fr. Bob @ 497-2161 or Dan Weber @ 438-5841 to update prayer list.**

 

  PLEASE KEEP THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR PRAYERS

November 3rd – November 9th, 2018

We pray for all who have died this past year

Miller K Merillat

Virginia Rath

Gerald Coressel

Suzanne Osborne

Carmen Wagner

 

PARISH FINANCES  Oct 28, 2018

 

Sunday Envelopes                                              $1777.00

Loose                                                                     323.00

Janitorial                                                                  43.00

CCD Tuition                                                             75.00

Feast of All Saints                                                     2.00

All Souls                                                                  20.00

Retirement for Religious                                         30.00

Catholic Communication Campaign                        76.00

Wedding Stipends                                                  75.00

Crop Donation                                                     3430.42

TOTAL                                                                $5851.42

         

 Collection counters:        Shelby Beck and Denise Hornish

 

            Parish Center Fund Drive      

Cash Collected to Date:                                 $387,065.93

Uncollected Pledges to Date:                          209,022.46

Total Toward Goal:                                           596,088.39

Remaining to Meet Goal:                                 363,911.61

 

Notice!

If you have made or will be making a “grain donation” to St. Michael’s Parish, make sure that a note is on the memo portion of the check as to where you want the donation to go. In other words, if you want the donation to go to the “Parish Center Fund” or for any other specific purpose, it should be noted on the memo section of the check. Otherwise, it will be deposited into the general fund. If you have any further questions, please contact Kent Beilharz.

 

                                  Thanks, Kent

 

     “AROUND OUR PARISHES”

Sat Nov 3, 2018

*Fr. Tom Gorman Celebrant at both Saturday Masses

*Daylight Savings time ends

Sun Nov 4, 2018

*Fr. Steve Blum Celebrant at both Sunday Masses

Tue Nov 6, 2018

* Please be sure to vote today!!

Wed Nov 7, 2018

* St. Michael’s Finance Committee mtg. at 7:30 pm

Thur Nov 8, 2018

* St. Isidore Holy Name Society mtg. at Marysdale – 7:30 pm

Sat Nov 10, 2018

* Fr. Fred Duschl Celebrant at both Masses

Sun Nov 11, 2018

*Fr. Al Ceranowski Celebrant at both Masses

*St. Isidore Annual Feather Party at 2:00 pm at Marysdale

 

The St. Michael's Rosary and Altar Society needs

cookies for the upcoming Red Cross Blood Drive

that will be held at the Eagles in Defiance o

Friday November 9, 2018.

We ask that anyone who would like to contribute

to please have them in the church basement on

Thursday November 8 by 7 PM. Thank You.

 

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION”

 

Sun. Nov 4, 2018

*Preschool: During 8:30 Mass

*Grades 1-6: 9:30-10:45

*7th grade- back room of basement; dismissal at 11:00 am

*Confirmation Class – 9:30–11:15 am

Sun. Nov 11, 2018

*Preschool: During 8:30 Mass

*Grades 1-6: 9:30-10:45

*NO HIGH SCHOOL CLASS DUE TO PARENT MEETING

*Parent mtg. for 2nd grade

*Sacramental preparation – 9:30

Sun. Nov 18, 2018

*Preschool: During 8:30 Mass

*Grades 1-6: 9:30-10:45

*7th grade- back room of basement; dismissal at 11:00 am

*Confirmation Class – 9:30–11:15 am

*PRE Bake Sale – Grades 1,2 and 3

Thur. Nov 22, 2018

*Thanksgiving Day

Sun. Nov 25, 2018

*No CCD - Thanksgiving Break

 

The Confirmation class would like to invite all 

parishioners to come down to the basement

to see the displays of their Saint Reports for

All Saints Day.

 

 

I would like to thank those who have turned in their registration forms and tuition payments!

If you have not, please do so by the end of November so we can finalize our records. If you need a new registration form, please see me after Mass, or you can pick one up in the church entrance. Tuition payments are $25 per student for up to 3 in a family, the fourth or more are free.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at the convent at 429-497-3122 or by email at fabaronitwo@yahoo.com. Thank you for the great start to the year!

                                        Ronda Fabiano

                           Coordinator of Religious Education

Also,

The High School classes are moving to the opposite weekends of the confirmation class, in the back room of the basement instead of at the rectory to make it easier for Father Bob. THANK YOU!!!!!!

 

Links:

Letter from Bishop about Parish Center

Parish Hall Pledge Form

 

 

When we cannot understand why,

Or how this could ever be,

We bow our heads in prayer,

And ask it unto thee,

Grant your strength and grace oh Lord,

To those who are in need,

Through prayers we offer up,

And let them rest in thee.

Amen

 

Alivia Stahl - 9 years old

Twin brothers, Xzavier and Mason Ingle – 6 years old

 

This week alone!!

Five separate early-morning accidents in Indiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and Florida have ended in fatalities for five students and left six other children hospitalized, two of them with serious injuries.

 

Notice: Mass for “shut-ins”

“Catholic Mass” brought to you by “Heart of the Nation” at 8:30 a.m., Sunday mornings

Toledo Channel 13.2 or officially known as “The CW” (WTVG-DT2)

 

CELEBRATING SENIORS will meet Tuesday,

November 6th., at St. John's Catholic in Defiance

with Rosary at 10:40, Mass at 11:00,  followed by a

Thanksgiving meal (turkey and all the trimmings)

for a free-will offering. The program "Artists

Among Us" will follow with Marcia, Rosie, Sherry,

and Freda sharing their inspirational stories

pertaining to their artwork. Where else can you go

to get great food, enjoy the company of others,

and be treated to an art show. You will not want to

miss this. Anyone 55 years and older are welcome

to attend.

 

The Catholic Church in the United States celebrates National Vocation Awareness Week November 4-10, 2018.  The purpose of this week is to pray that all young people will be open to God’s plan in their lives.

 

The celebration of National Vocations Awareness Week is a good reminder to continue to pray for an increase in vocations to the ordained ministry and consecrated life in the Diocese of Toledo.  Jesus said: “The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest” (Luke 10:2).  We offer prayers this week that God will call many young people in our parishes to labor with the Lord in serving the Church.

Any young man in the Diocese of Toledo who is considering a call to the priesthood can contact their parish priest or Father Philip Smith for guidance and support. Father Smith is the Director of the Office for Diocesan Priestly Vocations and can be reached at: psmith@toledodiocese.org or 419-244-6711 ext. 4945.  The Office for Diocesan Priestly Vocations offers many events throughout the year to help men learn more about the priesthood.

 

A Prayer For Vocations:

Almighty God, make me an instrument to encourage others to give of themselves and challenge me to do the same. Inspire men and women to respond generously to your call to service and leadership in your church as priests, consecrated religious and deacons.  Amen.

 

 

Great Happens at Holy Cross Catholic School! We are proud of our student’s service to the community in the first quarter of the school year. Together with parents, teachers and the community, HCCS students synergized and collected 

·        2,228 items for St. Mary’s Food Pantry

·        $3,000 worth of toys for Christmas for Kids

·        A barrel full of coats for Coats for Christmas 

·        A lot of candy to send to our troops overseas. 

Thank you to all who supported these service projects.

Giving Tuesday is coming! There’s Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and…GIVING TUESDAY. This is a day that the nonprofit community rallies for support to charitable causes. Be sure to Like Holy Cross Catholic School on Facebook and watch your mailboxes for a fun way to support HCCS on Giving Tuesday! Details coming soon!

SAVE THE DATES:

·        Breakfast with Santa on December 7th

·        Vendor, Craft and Cookie Fair December 8th

·        Reverse Raffle on February 9th

·        Dr. Seuss Open House on February 24th

 

Aileen Meyer, CFRM

Marketing Director

Holy Cross Catholic School of Defiance

www.defianceholycross.org

 

 

 

ANNUNCIATION RADIO FALL SHARATHON - Bulletin / Social Media Announcements

 

DATES: Tuesday through Friday, November 27-30

HOURS: 7:00am – 6:00pm with daily Mass on-air at 1:30pm

STATIONS: 89.7 WNOC Toledo, 88.1 WHRQ Sandusky, 89.9 WRRO Bryan, 89.5 WFOT Mansfield, 90.9 WSHB Willard

 

 

It’s Sharathon time! Keep Catholic Radio going strong by supporting Annunciation Radio during the Fall Sharathon November 27-30. During these 4 days, Sharathon hosts will interview many of our local priests, deacons, and other special guests who will share their enthusiasm for Catholic radio. Tune to your local Annunciation Radio station and call toll-free 1-888-215-0624 between 7am and 6pm. You can also donate securely online at www.annunciationradio.com. Your support is needed to help keep Catholic radio on the air here in NW Ohio.

 

 

Please support Catholic radio here in our diocese during Annunciation Radio’s Fall Sharathon November 27-30. Listen to and call in a one-time or monthly recurring pledge to help spread the Gospel message on the airwaves and online. Call the pledge line at 888-215-0624 or donate securely online at www.annunciationradio.com. THANK YOU!

 

 

Help keep Catholic radio on the air and available throughout our diocese. Listen, call and pledge during the Annunciation Radio Fall Sharathon November 27th through 30th. Dozens of our beloved priests and deacons will be interviewed throughout the 4-day fundraiser. Please call in a one-time or recurring pledge by calling 1-888-215-0624 or donate online at www.annunciationradio.com.

 

Yankee Candle Fundraiser For Youth Conference

Our Youth Group has been invited to attend the National Youth Conference along with Saint Mary’s/Saint John’s in Indianapolis next year in November. They are having a Yankee Candle Fundraiser to help with the cost!  There is great home décor items, car air fresheners, home goods, and, of course, candles available. What a great way to purchase some of your Christmas gifts and help a great group of our children! I have a few catalogs to look at, just let me know if you want to see one. You can also order online at yankeecandlefundraising.com with the group number: 999983827  for the Defiance Catholic Youth. Catalog sales end Nov. 5th & online sales end Nov. 16. Contact Jessica West or Ronda Fabiano for questions or more info!

 

Steubenville Catholic Youth Conference Info

Commitment deadline is November 4th 2018

·        $40 deposit per student is due by then.

Total cost for registration is $212/student ($40 deposit is included in this amount)

·        We will be staying on campus this year. So even though there is a rise in cost we will not have hotel to pay for.

·        There will be 5 dessert bake sales at the K of C that you can participate in to help with the cost.

 Possible Dates: look at your calendars now and decide if you can go.

·        June 14-16- Same weekend as Y.E.S. Program, keep this in mind if you plan on doing that

·        June 21-23

·        June 28-30

Complete the following form online so that I know what works best for you.

(Your answers will not be shared with a third party)

https://goo.gl/forms/ke0Ha1OHoAinjGCP2

Youth that are currently in grades 8-12 are invited to attend.

Please contact Ronda or Sarah Stuckey-Diaw, 419.438.8011, from St. Isidore’s Parish, if you have any questions.

 

St. Peter Parish in Archbold is pleased to invite you to join us on a pilgrimage to beautiful Italy. We have put together a wonderful opportunity to journey together in faith. Our pilgrimage will take us to Rome, Assisi, Montecassino and Pompeii. In each of these localities we will pray and celebrate the Eucharist as we explore the wonders of amazing Basilicas such as St. Francis and St. Peter. This pilgrimage is designed specifically as a reparation pilgrimage during this time of trial. We must come together as a family of faith and beg the Lord for forgiveness and to offer reparation for the sins committed by priests, bishops and any member of the Church, especially the depraved sins against children and the vulnerable. It is also a time to ask God to heal those who have been wounded by sin, to turn our own hearts away from anything that is evil and to renew our commitment to holiness. Whether you’ve been to Italy three dozen times, or this is your first trip abroad, this pilgrimage is sure to make memories of a lifetime. We promise you that it will also expand your knowledge of the Church and deepen your faith. We hope you’ll join us in journeying through one of the most beautiful countries on earth, and visiting the heart of the Catholic Church - Rome. You can download and print the itinerary on our website stpeterarchbold.com/events/special-events/  or visit parvistours.com/rome-catholic-pilgrimage/  to register.  If you prefer not to register online you may call Parvis Tours to register by phone: 1-810-644-5229 or send the registration form by mail. If you have any questions reach out to the Group Leader - Marianne Francis, at (419) 405-3229 or stpeterpilgrimage@gmail.com  or contact Parvis Tours directly 1-810-644-5229 or contact@parvispilgrimages.com  It is our hope that we will all come together when our prayers are needed more than ever.

 

 

 

Pancake and Sausage Breakfast

Sunday, November 4th, 2018

7:00 am – 1:00 pm

Tiffin Twp. Vol. Fire Dept.

01258 Main St.

Evansport, Ohio

Proceeds to be used toward the purchase of equipment

Menu includes:

Pancakes, Sausage, Biscuits, Sausage gravy

 

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Knights of Columbus

111 Elliott Rd. Defiance, OH

Sunday, November 4, 2018

“First Sunday of the Month”

Serving from 9:00-11:00AM

Pancakes, Ham, Sausage,

Potato Casserole, Biscuits & Gravy,

Cinnamon Rolls, Scrambled Eggs, and

Beverages-Coffee, Ice-Tea, Juice

Adult-$7.50, Senior Citizen -$6.50, Age 6-12-$4.00,

Age 5 & Under-FREE”

Rolls-to-go(if we have them) .75 cents each

*The Knights of Columbus serving and Supporting families, churches, schools, and communities*

 

 

               FISH FRY

Knights of Columbus Council #1039

111 Elliott Road, Defiance, OH (419-782-3536)

Friday, November 16, 2018

*Alaskan Pollock (fried in peanut oil), Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, Scalloped Potatoes, Green Beans, Baked Potato, Applesauce, Roll & Butter and

Until Lent starts we have Baked Chicken Breast!

Carry-out meals available at 4:00PM Dining Room from 4:00PM-7:00PM

Eat in: Adult Dinner $10.00 (With Beverage) 6-12 Years $4.00,

5 and Under Eat for FREE!! (We have High Chairs)

Carry Out: Regular Dinner $9.50

2lb “All Fish” $16.00 ($22 with any 3 Sides)

Side Dishes $3.00/pint