St. Boniface Church Sunday Bulletin
Form Object
SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Vol. LIII No. 34- Cycle A


JULY 19- SATURDAY
4:00 PM -JR -Knolle Family

JULY 20- SUNDAY
Wis 12:13, 16-19; Rom 8:26-27; Mt 13:24-43
8:00 AM -JR -Phyllis Sullivan
10:00 AM -FL -Intention of Parishioners
12:00 PM -JR -Intention of Parishioners

JULY 21- MONDAY
Mi 6:1-4, 6-8; Mt 12:38-42
7:30 AM -Intention of Brian & Rebecca Wildt

JULY 22- TUESDAY
Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Jn 20:1-2, 11-18
7:30 AM -For those enrolled in the Education Fund

JULY 23 - WEDNESDAY
Jer 1:1, 4-10; Mt 13:1-9
7:30 AM -Kathleen Sonderman
8:00 AM - Holy Hour

JULY 24- THURSDAY
Jer 2:1-3, 7-8, 12-13; Mt 13:10-17
7:30 AM -Jamie Beiderbeck

JULY 25- FRIDAY
2 Cor 4:7-15; Mt 20:20-28
7:30 AM -John & Magdalen Dorrman
1:30 PM - Holy Hour

JULY 26- SATURDAY
Jer 7:1-11; Mt 13:24-30;
8:00 AM -Rev. Joseph Latmer
4:00 PM -FL -Anna Mae Luken

JULY 27- SUNDAY -
1 Kgs 3:5, 7-12; Rom 8:28-30; Mt 13:44-52
8:00 AM -JR -Intention of Parishioners
10:00 AM -JR - Intention of Parishioners
12:00 PM -FL -Intention of Bill Burger

Ministry Schedule: July 26 & 27

Lectors:
4:00 PM - P. Wesseler; 8:00 AM -S. Drury; 10:00 AM -R. Schinaman; 12:00 PM -L. Biedenbach.

Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist: 4:00 PM -B. Kessler, K. Price, P. Randolph, M. Sonenschein, D. Weiss; 8:00 AM -B. Burns, M. Juelg, M. Wilts, Volunteer; 10:00 AM-D. & T. Banish, J. & M. Reynolds; 12:00 PM -M. Grause, M. Thaler, L. Washam, J. Wieghaus.

Offertory Families: 4:00 PM -LeSaint; 8:00 AM -Volunteer; 10:00 AM - Schlesinger; 12:00 PM -Tieke..

Servers: 4:00 PM -J. & J. Ruter; 8:00 AM -P. Randolph, M. Sonenschein; 10:00 AM -M. Crosby, L. Finke; 12:00 PM -R. McCoy, J. Wermes.

FROM THE FINANCE COMMISSION

Sunday offering Goal ................ $7,600.00

Collection - Sunday, July 13 ...... $5,703.00
- Direct Debit ........................... $385.00
Make it easy on yourself. Use our direct debit system for your Sunday Stewardship offering.
To take advantage of this convenience, please call 541-1563. Thank you for your generosity.


FOUR GRAND CLUB NEWS: Congratulations to Mary Juelg, Joseph & Deborah Rahn and Mary Ann Gohs. They are the winners of the July 10th drawing and each won $25.

BIRTHDAYS OF THE WEEK: (July 20th-26th) Paul Schlesinger, Steven Rolfes, Rosemary Karaus, Margie Meister, Romula Kuriakose, Pat Canfield, Patty Herb, Allen Huff. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLOWING CONTRIBUTIONS:
We received $190 in memory of Marcella Armstrong.

THE ST. MARY'S LADIES SOCIETY will hold their luncheon in the Parish Center this Wednesday, July 23rd. Lunch will be served at noon for those who made their reservations.

THE HEALTH AND WELLNESS MINISTRY will do Blood Pressure Screenings after every Mass next Sunday in the Parish Center. Take a few minutes and stop in to have your blood pressure checked.

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS: We are proud of this student and know that you will be equally proud. This student has achieved Honor Roll status for the 4th quarter of the 2013-2014 school year. Halima is one of the finest young high school students and shows great potential for the future.

Purcell Marian High School
First honors:

Halima Nisbeth

Congratulations on the hard work!

PROJECT RACHEL SUPPORT GROUP: Project Rachel is a post-abortive healing ministry in the Catholic Church. Support groups are forming in Dayton and Cincinnati and last approximately 8 weeks. We are willing to work with you through busy schedule limitations. Please contact our confidential hotline at 513-784-0531 for specific dates, times and locations or more information.

CARE FOR GOD'S CREATION: (The Archdiocese Climate Change Task Force is providing these announcements that include a sample prayer/reflection, quote from the Holy Father, and energy-saving/care for creation tip.)
Reflection: Loving Creator, Help us to take the time to learn what our Church teaches about the environment and the consequences of our choices on the poor and vulnerable in our own country and around the world. Give us the gift of balance and concern in our day-to-day lives, protecting our environment and our one Earth. Amen.
Quote from the Holy Father: "Please, I would like to ask all those who have positions of responsibility in economic, political and social life, and all men and women of goodwill; let us be protectors of creation, protectors of God's plan inscribed in nature, protectors of one another, and of the environment." -Pope Francis.
Care for Creation Tip: Pray! Increasing your energy efficiency is like adding another clean energy source to our energy production that protects God's creation for future generations and ourselves. We should consciously do all our "greening" activities as a practice of our faith life. Pray always!

PEOPLE WORKING COOPERATIVELY, a Cincinnati-based nonprofit that serves the Greater Cincinnati area, has teamed up with the City of Cincinnati to offer the Cincinnati Lead Education and Remediation Program (CLEAR). PWC was selected by the City of Cincinnati to provide all intake applications for homeowners interested in the CLEAR program. This program reduces lead hazards from your home and could involve repairs such as a window replacement or covering lead surfaces. To apply for the service or see if you qualify call 513-366-4699.

THE CINCINNATI CATHOLIC ALUMNI CLUB invites single Catholics to join them for dinner, Sunday, July 27, 5 pm, at Giovannis Italian Restaurant at 4050 North Bend Road in Cheviot. It is opposite Harvest Home Park. Call Larry at 513-574-7161 or Don 513-574-8573.

THE COMBONI MISSIONARIES AUXILLARY will hold its bi-monthly Rummage Sale on Friday, August 1st, 9:00 to 2:00. It will be at the Comboni Mission Center at 1318 Nagel Road. $5.00 bag sale. There is a large selection of furniture, clothing and housewares.

VOCATION VIEW: The Lord is a God of mercy and graciousness, abounding in kindness and fidelity. Our response is one of gratitude for calling us to be his disciples. (Psalm 86:15)
St. Boniface Church
1750 Chase Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
45223