St. Boniface Church Sunday Bulletin
Form Object
St. Boniface Church
1750 Chase Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
45223
TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Vol. LIII No. 38- Cycle A


AUGUST 16- SATURDAY
4:00 PM -Fr. Andrew O'Reilly -Intention of Dan Noe

AUGUST 17- SUNDAY
Is 56:1, 6-7; Rom 11:13-15, 29-32; Mt 15:21-28
8:00 AM -McCloskey -Intention of Parishioners
10:00 AM -FL -Marcella Armstrong
12:00 PM -Dettenwanger -Intention of Parishioners

AUGUST 18- MONDAY
Ex 24:15-24; Mt 19:16-22
7:30 AM -Kathleen Sonderman

AUGUST 19- TUESDAY
Ex 28:1-10; Mt 19:23-30
7:30 AM -Intention of Mary Ann Feldhaus

AUGUST 20- WEDNESDAY
Ez 34:1-11; Mt 20:1-16
7:30 AM -For those enrolled in the Education Fund
8:00 AM - Holy Hour

AUGUST 21- THURSDAY
Ez 36:23-28; Mt 22:1-14
7:30 AM -Maci Wildt

AUGUST 22- FRIDAY
Ex 37:1-14; Mt 22:34-40
7:30 AM -Intention of Mr. & Mrs. Brian Wildt
1:30 PM - Holy Hour

AUGUST 23- SATURDAY
Ez 43:1-7ab; Mt 23-1-12
8:00 AM - Rev. Francis Messarella
4:00 PM -FL -Intention of Bill Burger

AUGUST 24- SUNDAY
Is 22:19-23; Rom 11:33-36; Mt 16:13-20
8:00 AM -McCloskey -Ed Krommer
10:00 AM -FL -Intention of Parishioners
12:00 PM -Dettenwanger -Intention of Parishioners
Ministry Schedule: August 23 & 24

Lectors: 4:00 PM - R. Welz; 8:00 AM -R. Ogden; 10:00 AM -T. Banish; 12:00 PM -J. Wieghaus.

Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist: 4:00 PM -K. Fahey, B. Kessler, D. Mercer, D. Weiss, H. Wesseler; 8:00 AM -F. Klosterman, T. & M. Lienhart, T. Voegele; 10:00 AM-R. Kelly, J. & M. Reynolds, J. Stroud; 12:00 PM -K. Gillespie, R. McCoy, M. Thaler, Volunteer.

Offertory Families: 4:00 PM -Freudenberg, Price; 8:00 AM -Volunteer; 10:00 AM -Volunteer; 12:00 PM -McCoy.

Servers: 4:00 PM -J. & J. Ruter; 8:00 AM -D. Robinson, N. Willacker; 10:00 AM -A. January, S. Press; 12:00 PM -P. & P. Reed.

FROM THE FINANCE COMMISSION

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

Collection - Sunday, August 10 ...... $7163.00
- 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 Frank Elsner, Beth Kessler and Harold Randolph. They are the winners of the August 7th drawing and each won $25.

BIRTHDAYS OF THE WEEK: (August 17-23) Paul Koch, Daniel Staudigel, Jacob Lalley, Mary Jean Wink, Tina Browning, Anna Browning, Joe Schlaechter, Alvera Wilts, Mel Sonenschein, Mike Hein, Dorothy Heffron, Fred Limke, Stephanie Nintrup. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

MISSION APPEAL:
Fr. Andrew O'Reilly, C.PP.S., will be with us at each Mass this weekend August 16th and 17th to ask your support for the work of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood. Each year we are given the opportunity to hear about the missionary work of the Church and to support that work through our financial gifts and our prayers. The Missionaries of the Precious Blood are based in Dayton, Ohio, but they also serve the Church in Guatemala, Chile, Peru and Colombia. We will take up a special collection at all the Masses this weekend. Please welcome Fr. Andy with warm hospitality and respond to his message with generosity.

Please remember Marian Zawalski and Clara Roach and their families in your prayers. May they be welcomed into God's kingdom.

RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults): The 2014-2015 session will begin in early September. The sessions will be on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Center. Deacon Jerry Yetter and Mr. Rob Ogden are leading the RCIA. Anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith and the Sacraments please let Fr. Joe know by calling 541-1563.

THE FOUR GRAND CLUB: The Four Grand Club is celebrating its 35th anniversary. Next Saturday, August 23rd, the final four names will be drawn and each will be awarded $1,000.00. This drawing will occur after the 4:00 p.m. Mass with a reception in the Parish Center. Everyone is invited to come and celebrate Mass with us and then join us afterwards for refreshments and the drawing. This will conclude the 2013-2014 season. The new 2014-2015 season will begin on August 28th. If you didn't receive your letter, please call the Parish Office at 541-1563.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES: If you havea child attending public school and wish for them to have Religious Instruction, please call Carol at 541-1563.

SUNDAY PRESCHOOL for 3-5 year olds, will begin on Sunday, September 7th during the 10:00 Mass. To register, please call Carol at 541-1563.

FIRST CHOIR REHEARSAL of the new season will be Wednesday, September 10th at 7:30 in the basement of the Parish Center. This is a great time for new members to joinů..and new members are always welcome. If you have any questions or need information, contact Don Auberger at 703-0922.

ST. BONIFACE SPIRITUAL BOOK CLUB will meet on Sunday, September 21, at 1:00 pm in the Parish Center to discuss Mercy in the City: How to Feed the Hungry, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Visit the Imprisoned, and Keep Your Day Job. Author Kerry Weber, a Mercy Associate and managing editor of America magazine, will discuss the book with us via Skype. A graduate of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, Weber chronicled her exploration of the challenges and rewards of trying to practice the corporal works of mercy in New York City during one Lent. She is considered one of the best young Catholic writers in America. The book is $14 in the Parish Center. For more information, contact Lisa Biedenbach, 892-3417 or bieds19037@aol.com.

ST. BONIFACE CLASS OF 1944: We are 70 years out of St. Boniface School and this will be our 70-year get together. Join us on September 13th for 4:00 Mass at St. Boniface Church (optional) and dinner at Barnsburg Inn at 5761 Springdale Rd. after Mass about 5:30. Dinner on us. Call for reservations by August 25 to Eve Dietz at 598-1521, Pat Utz at 574-2123, Lou Knolle at 931-7945, Tom Hartmann at 923-1553, Bill Price at 741-3825 or Don Fuerbacher at 742-1708.

ATHENAEUM OF OHIO: Is God calling you to something new? The Athenaeum of Ohio Lay Pastoral Ministry Program offers lay men and women the opportunity to grow in faith, knowledge and skills through classes, mentoring, supervised ministry experiences and community support. Evening and Saturday classes fit into a busy adult lifestyle. Classes begin at the end of August, and it is not too late to explore options for fall or Spring Semesters. Call 513-231-1200 for information about graduate and non-degreed options or to set up a personal interview.

VOCATION VIEW: "The gifts and the call of God are irrevocable." Use the gifts that God has given you to stir into flame the gift of faith. (Romans 11:29)