Twentieth Sunday of Ordinary time August 17, 2014

 

 

 

Twentieth Sunday of Ordinary time August 17, 2014

 

MASS SCHEDULE: Haines: Weekend: Saturday Vigil – 5pm. Sunday – 9am. Weekday mass schedule: None this week. Schedule for following weeks will be set once Fr. Peter arrives august 22.     Reconciliation:   Saturday 4:20pm to 4:50pm & Sunday 8:20am to 8:50am.  Skagway: Summer Mass schedule   Sunday, 12:00 noon and 7pm   Reconciliaton for Skagway when a priest is there.

 

PRAYER REQUESTS: For young people and teachers as they return to school this week. For persecuted Christians everywhere. For Russell Price and our troops. 

 

NEW DEACONS: Mike Monagle and Ron Mathews were ordained in Juneau on August 8. Pray for them as they begin to serve (Deacon Mike in our diocese and Deacon Ron in Arkansas).

 

THANK YOUs: For Fr. Lawrence who celebrated Mass with us this month. For Father Peter who will be with us for the next two weekends. For the prayers for Deacon Vince on August 10th, the 8th anniversary of his ordination. 

 

FINANCIAL REPORT: Last week COLLECTION  regular: 1188. Winter donation for fuel 1000. Thanks for the generous donations.  It will help us greatly during the winter months.  Monthly operating expenses: July: Income: $5,313.69. Expenses: $3,968.18

 

RCIA: Our parish will have at least one person proceeding through the Rite of Christian Initiation over the next several months. Classes will be on Wednesday nights starting either September 3 or 10.This is a great opportunity to delve into our faith, so all are invited. See Deacon Vince if you are interested.

 

MEN’S BIBLE STUDY: An interdenominational group of men are meeting Friday’s at 7am at the American Legion. They are working through the entire Bible. Join them for learning and fellowship. 

 

APOSTOLIC EXHORTATIONEVANGELII GAUDIUM OF THE HOLY FATHER FRANCIS—

Chapter Five----SPIRIT-FILLED EVANGELIZERS II. The delightful and comforting joy of evangelizing 9. Goodness always tends to spread. Every authentic experience of truth and goodness seeks by its very nature to grow within us, and any person who has experienced a profound liberation becomes more sensitive to the needs of others. As it expands, goodness takes root and develops. If we wish to lead a dignified and fulfilling life, we have to reach out to others and seek their good. In this regard, several sayings of Saint Paul will not surprise us: “The love of Christ urges us on” (2 Cor 5:14); “Woe to me if I do not proclaim the Gospel” (1 Cor 9:16).

 

Lay Ministry Schedule for the month of August

 

Lectors:

Saturday 5pm mass: Dee Owens

Sunday 9 am mass:  Liz Fisher

Offertory 

Saturday 5pm mass---Andrew and Mellisa   

9am TBA

Hospitality: Sunday 9:00am: TBA

Eucharistic Minister: 5pm Saturday  TBA---- Sunday 9:00am  TBA

 

Cleaning: The Patterson Family 

 

 Scripture Readings:

 Monday   August 18  1st Reading  Ezekiel 24:15-24   Gospel  Matthew  19:16-22

Tuesday   August 19 2014   1st Reading  Ezekiel 28: 1-1  Gospel:  Matthew 19:23-30

 Wednesday   August 20, 2014  1st Reading Ezekiel 34: 1-11 Gospel Matthew  20: 1-16

Thursday August 21, 2014   1st Reading  Ezekiel 36:23-28   Gospel   Matthew 22: 1-14 

Friday   August 22, 2014    1st Reading  Ezekiel 37: 1-14  Gospel 22: 34-30

 Saturday   August 23,  2014  1st Reading  Ezekiel 43:1-7  Gospel   Matthew  23: 1-12

Sunday    August 24,  2014— 1st Reading Isaiah 22:19-23    2cd Reading   Romans 11: 33-36   Gospel   Matthew 16:13-20

 

Mark your calendar for these upcoming retreats:

Busy Moms Retreat 2 – September 5-7, 2014

Busy Moms Retreat 3 – January 2-4, 2015