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1750 Chase Avenue
"In the Historic Northside Area "
Cincinnati, Ohio 45223
513-541-1563

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Archdiocese of Cincinnati
Most Reverend Dennis M. Schnurr, Archbishop

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TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Vol. LV No. 46- Cycle B


OCTOBER 13-SATURDAY
4:00 PM -JR–Nick Nuxoll

OCTOBER 14- SUNDAY
Wis 7:7-11; Heb 4:12-13; Mk 10:17-30
8:00 AM -McCloskey –David Frerick
10:00 AM -JR – Intention of Parishioners
12:00 PM -JR – Maxine Oberjohann

OCTOBER 15– MONDAY
Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31—5:1; Lk 11:29-32
7:30 AM –Intention of Presider

OCTOBER 16– TUESDAY
Gal 5:1-6; Lk 11:37-41
7:30 AM –Donna Edgington

OCTOBER 17- WEDNESDAY
Gal 5:18-25; Lk 11:42-46
7:30 AM –Felicie McKenna
8:00 AM – Holy Hour

OCTOBER 18– THURSDAY
2 Tm 4:10-17b; Lk 10:1-9
7:30 AM –Intention of John Frerick

OCTOBER 19– FRIDAY
Eph 1:11-14; Lk 12:1-7
7:30 AM –Intention of Betty Patrick
1:30 PM – Holy Hour

OCTOBER 20– SATURDAY
Eph 1:15-23; Lk 12:8-12
8:00 AM –Kathleen Buzek
4:00 PM –JR–Shirley Tebbe

OCTOBER 21– SUNDAY -
Is 53:10-11; Heb 4:14-16; Mk 10:35-45
8:00 AM -McCloskey –Intention of Presider
10:00 AM –JR – Intention of Parishioners
12:00 PM –JR –Ruth Thomas

Ministry Schedule: October 20 & 21

Lectors: 4:00 PM – S. Heidemann; 8:00 AM– S. Drury; 10:00 AM- R. Pennekamp; 12:00 PM– L. Biedenbach.

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: 4:00 PM –D. Mercer, K. Price, H. Wesseler, M. Yetter, Volunteer; 8:00 AM –B. Kessler, M. & T. Lienhart, Volunteer; 10:00 AM-D. & T. Banish, J. Chesher, M. Reynolds; 12:00 PM–R. McCoy, J. Segers, L. Washam, Volunteer.

Offertory Families: 4:00 PM -Fox; 8:00 AM - Volunteer; 10:00 AM -Volunteer; 12:00 PM -McCoy.

Servers: 4:00 PM –P. & R. Welz; 8:00 AM – P. Randolph, M. Sonenschein; 10:00 AM –R. Kelly, Volunteer; 12:00 PM –P. & P. Reed.

FROM THE FINANCE COMMISSION

Sunday offering Goal to-date: $122,400.00
Offerings received to-date: $109,581.00
Amount needed to catch up: $12,819.00
October 7 - Collection: $7,215.00
Direct Debit Offerings:………$467.00
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.
Our Weekly Goal is $8,160.00

FOUR GRAND CLUB NEWS: Congratulations to Jerry Finke, William Konerman, and Thomas Brunck. They are the winners of the October 4 drawing and each won $25.

BIRTHDAYS OF THE WEEK: (October 14-20) Father Joe (14), Jim Hall ( 14), Ed Gettler (14), Dave Baines (15), Carol Roosa (15), Karen Shields (15), Nancy Staudigel (16), Gina Moore (16), Darlene Benson (17), Carol Deitsch (18), Gary Staigl (18), Patricia Rice (18), Karen Gillespie (19), Gary Garitson (20), Katie Robb (20). HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

THE SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL: Thank you for the generous Fifth Sunday Collection of $2912.00 to support our SVdP ministry to the poor in Northside.
The Food pantry served 279 people from 97 families in September. We are currently preparing for holiday food distribution so all monetary and in-kind donations are greatly appreciated. Thank-you for sharing your blessings with those in need.

THE RESPECT LIFE COLLECTION from October 6 & 7 amounted to $1,217.05. Thanks to all parishioners for their generosity.


CONGRATULATIONS FATHER JOE on your 81st Birthday!


THE HEALTH AND WELLNESS COMMITTEE is hosting a Mental Health Resource after each Mass this Sunday in the back of church. A mental health counselor, Clark Echols, will be available to provide information, referrals, and answer questions about mental health topics. Please join us for coffee, juice and snacks and some helpful information. Thank you!

WORLD MISSION SUNDAY is next Sunday, October 21. Pope Francis invites the entire Church to support the mission dioceses in Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands, and parts of Latin America and Europe, where priests, religious and lay leaders serve the world’s most vulnerable communities. Please keep the Pope’s missions in your prayers, and be generous in next week’s collection for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. In fact, the Pope says, “every man and woman is a mission… which gives directions to our lives.” Thank you for your support.

MONTH OF THE ROSARY: During the month of October, we will be making rosaries available to encourage parishioners to pray the rosary. Praying the rosary leads us to Jesus through Mary. If you have an old rosary that is worn or beyond repair, feel free to drop it off at the Parish Office for reverential disposal. We encourage everyone to say the Rosary daily.

ALL SOULS DAY ENVELOPES can be found at the doors of church. Take an envelope, write the names of those you want remembered on it, and enclose your contribution. A Mass will be said for them once a week during the month of November.

FALL FESTIVAL: Remember our annual Thanksgiving dinner and festival will be on Sunday, November 18. Turn your chances in early and on Wednesday, October 31, you will be eligible to win $50 in our early bird drawing. Don’t
forget the Christmas Booth. If you have any items you can drop them off at the Parish Center. Remember the Turkey and Roast Beef Dinners are served from 1:00 PM-5:00 PM. The cost is $10.00 for adults and $7.00 for kids 10 and under.

THEOLOGY ON TAP: Young adults are invited for the third week of the Theology on Tap @ Mecklenburg Gardens, 302 E. University Avenue. The theme this year is “Learning to Love the Scriptures.” On Wednesday, October 17 at 7 pm. Fr. Al Hirt, OFM, Pastor of St. Monica-St. George will provide a short reflection on “How Homilists Help Scripture Come Alive.” This will be followed by group discussions. For more information, go to www.facebook.com/totclifton or Twitter@totclifton.

ST. JAMES L.I.F.E. GROUP will have a Fall Dance for Adults with Special Needs who want to dance, play games or just enjoy an afternoon out! The date is Sunday, October 21, from 2:00-4:30 PM. at the St James Church Hall. There is a Fall/Halloween theme which means costumes are welcome but not necessary. It is free but we ask you to bring a canned good for a local food pantry. Drinks and snacks will be provided. This is sponsored by the St. James Life Group. To RSVP or for more information call 706-0698.

VOCATION VIEW: “The word of God is living and effective.” To know the Scriptures, is to know Christ. Maintain a pattern of reading the Scriptures daily to help hear the call you have been given by God. (Hebrews 4:12).

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