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  • CHRIST THE KING ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISH October 9, 2016

    Happy Thanksgiving

    Tel: 306-586-9020 Fax: 306-584-7633

    Email: [email protected] Website: www.christtheking.ca

    Facebook: facebook.com/CTKRegina Pastoral Care / ADORE: 306-539-6889

    3239 Garnet Street Office Hours: Monday to Friday Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 1X8 8:30 am - Noon, 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Christ the King Pastoral Staff Pastor Rev. Sathiadas Antony

    Pastoral Assistant Laura O’Reilly Pastoral Care Linda Lucyk Youth Minister Ruth O’Reilly Parishioner Outreach Cynthia Mack Office Assistant Rani Thomas Accountant John Hoffman Facility Manager Barry Wittal Caretaker Bobby George Memorial Fund Contact office

    Welcome to Christ the King Parish

    Sacramental Preparation: For dates and information contact the parish office at 306-586-9020

    Pastoral Care: Including home visits & anointing of the sick, contact Linda Lucyk at 306-539-6889 or email: [email protected]

    Sacrament of Marriage: Contact the Pastor to make an appointment at least six months in advance

    Reconciliation: Saturday 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm or weekdays 1/2 hr. prior to Holy Mass or by appointment

    Are you new to Christ the King Parish? Do you have a change to your information? Please contact the parish office: 306-586-9020

    Sacraments & Services

    SUNDAY READINGS

    October 9

    2 Kings 5:14-17 2 Timothy 2:8-13 Luke 17:11-19

    October 16

    Exodus 17:8-13 2 Timothy 3:14-4:2 Luke 18:1-8

    Weekend Liturgy Weekday Liturgy

    Saturday 5:00 pm - 6:10 pm Sunday 9:00 am - 10:10 am 11:00 am - 12:20 pm Reconciliation Saturday 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

    Tuesday 6:30 pm Wednesday 9:15 am

    Thursday 8:30 am Friday 8:30 am

    THE LORD HAS REVEALED TO THE NATIONS

    HIS SAVING

    POWER

  • MEMORIAL BOOK

    Brenda Carol Ann Desnoyers Josephine Frances Dayne, Milly Marie Schubert

    John Schubert, Kaczmarski Family Bernard Kaczmarski, Monsignor Gocki – Father Nash

    A.J. McDonald

    CHRIST THE KING HOSPITALITY MONTH

    WELCOME TO OUR PARISH FAMILY, THE FAMILY OF CHRIST THE KING PARISH

    Following the Sunday 9 am and 11 am Masses, all are invited to enjoy fellowship, refreshments, and donuts in the parish hall. Hosted by: Social Justice

    WEEKLY ACTIVITIES Mon Oct 10 Thanksgiving Day Office Closed Tue Oct 11 Saint John XXIII 1:00 pm Bridge 1:30 pm Holy Mass at Elmview

    6:30 pm Holy Mass Rita Engel 7:30 pm Finance Meeting

    Wed Oct 12 7:00 pm Faith Study 7:00 pm Baptism Prep 7:30 pm CTK Choir practice

    Thur Oct 13

    8:30 am Holy Mass Sharon Desjardins 9:00 am St. Pius Ministry Training 1:00 pm Deshaye Thanksgiving Mass 7:00 pm Presence Choir Practice 7:00 pm RCIA 7:00 pm CWL

    Fri Oct 14 Saint Callistus I

    8:30 am Holy Mass Tekie Teklemariam

    2:00 pm Holy Mass/ Wintergreen John Hoffart 6:30 pm Kingdom Kids Sat Oct 15 Saint Teresa of Jesus 4 - 4:30 pm Reconciliation 4:30 pm Rosary 5:00 pm - 6:10 pm Holy Mass 7:00 pm Harvest Fest

    Sun Oct 16 Twenty-ninth Sunday in OT - Saint Marguerite of d’Youville - Hospitality Sunday 8:30 am Rosary 9:00 am - 10:10 am Holy Mass 10:30 am Rosary 11:00 am - 12:20 pm Holy Mass Lay Service at Parkside, Elmview & Sunset 2:00 pm Sacrament Preparation

    October 15/16 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Saturday 5:00 pm - 6:10 pm

    Sunday 9:00 am - 10:10 am

    Sunday 11:00 am - 12:20 pm

    MC Catherine Fox Cynthia Mack Dave Lareau

    Lectors Diana Hawryluk Mark

    Wernikowski Jean-Luc

    Christopherson

    Gumaa Lodongi Steve

    Wernikowski Etien

    Christopherson

    Hospitality Darlene Schmidt

    Christopherson Family

    Calvin/Leslie Bens

    Charles Schmidt Bob Fluter

    Adam Schmidt Roger Lepage

    Rose Stepan Louise Goulet

    Communion Lori Vatamanuk Connie

    Wernikowski Catherine Benham

    Marj Hendren

    Precious Blood Pauline McGill Penny Malone Lil Lareau

    Ana

    Demonteverde Ken McCrystal Kelly

    Christopherson

    Jessica

    Hernando

    Pierre O'Reilly

    Choir

    Bob & Marie (Traditional/

    Guitar)

    CTK

    (Traditional/

    Organ)

    Presence (Contemporary - Senior Youth)

    Childrens Liturgy Eyton Embury Not Offered

    Jennifer Calnek

    Altar Servers Ken

    Villanthanum Alex Thopmson Adam Probe

    Glenn

    Villanthanum Chris

    Kondzielewski Zach Benham

    James Oxman Charles Cabugao Luke Benham

    Isaac Currie David Odin Hannah Benham

    Evan Anderson

    Rosary - Mission Mysteries Diana Hawryluk Deana Pageot Lareau Family

    COLLECTION REPORT

    2016 Projected Expenses $408,000

    Weekly Collection Required $7,846 ============================= Week of October 2

    Sunday Collection $7,150.85 New Year’s Day $20.00 Propagation of Faith $20.00 Canadian Church Needs $185.00

  • THANKSGIVING AND PRAYER Offer God a sacrifice of praise and fulfill your vows to the Most High. If you praise God you offer your vow and fulfill the promise you have made. So the Samaritan leper, healed by the Lord’s word of command, gained greater credit than the other nine; he alone returned to Christ, praising God and giving thanks. Jesus said of him: There was no one to come back and thank God except this foreigner. He tells him: Stand up and go on your way, for your faith has made you whole. The Lord Jesus, in his divine wisdom, taught you about the goodness of the Father, who knows how to give good things, so that you might ask for the things that are good from Goodness itself. He urges you to pray earnestly and frequently, not offering long and wearisome prayers, but praying often, and with perseverance. Again, Christ urges you, when you ask forgiveness for yourself, to be especially generous to others, so that your actions may commend your prayer. The Apostle, too, teaches you how to pray; you must avoid anger and contentiousness, so that your prayer may be serene and wholesome. He tells you also that every place is a place of prayer, though our Saviour says: Go into your room. But by “room” you must understand, not a room enclosed by walls that imprison your body, but the room that is within you, the room where you hide your thoughts, where you keep your affections. This room of prayer is always with you, wherever you are, and it is always a secret room, where only God can see you. You are told to pray especially for the people, that is, for the whole body, for all its members, the family of your mother the Church; the badge of membership in this body is love for each other. If you pray only for yourself, you pray for yourself alone. If each one prays for himself, he received less from God’s goodness than the one who prays on behalf of others. But as it is, because each prays for all, all are in fact praying for each one. To conclude, if you pray only for yourself, you will be praying, as we said, for yourself alone. But if you pray for all, all will pray for you, for you are included in all. In this way there is a great recompense; through the prayers of each individual, the intercession of the whole people is gained for each individual. There is here no pride, but an increase of humility and a richer harvest from prayer.

    A HOMILY BY ST. AMBROSE, BISHOP.

  • GUARDIAN ANGELS: FROM A SERMON BY ST. BERNARD, ABBOT That they might guard you in all your ways.

    "He has given his angels charge over you to guard you in all your ways." Let them thank the Lord for his mercy; his wonderful works are for the children of men. Let them give thanks and say among the nations, the Lord has done great things for them. O Lord, what is man that you have made yourself known to him, or why do you incline your heart to him? And you do incline your heart to him; you show him your care and your concern. Finally, you send your only Son and the grace of your Spirit, and promise him a vision of your countenance. And so, that nothing in heaven should be wanting in your concern for us, you send those blessed spirits to serve us, assigning them as our guardians and our teachers. "He has given his angels charge over you to guard you in all your ways." These words should fill you with respect, inspire devotion and instil confidence; respect for the presence of angels, devotion because of their loving service, and confidence because of their protection. And so the angels are here; they are at your side, they are with you, present on your behalf. They are here to protect you and to serve you. But even if it is God who has given them this charge, we must nonetheless be grateful to them for the great love with which they obey and come to help us in our great need. So let us be devoted and grateful to such great protectors; let us return their love and honour them as much as we can and should. Yet all our love and honour must go to him, for it is from him that they receive all that makes them worthy of our love and respect. We should then, my brothers, show our affection for the angels, for one day they will be our co-heirs just as here below they are our guardians and trustees appointed and set over us by the Father. We are God’s children although it does not seem so, because we are still but small children under guardians and trustees, and for the present little better than slaves. Even though we are children and have a long, a very long and dangerous way to go, with such protectors what have we to fear? They who keep us in all our ways cannot be overpowered or led astray, much less lead us astray. They are loyal, prudent, powerful. Why then are we afraid? We have only to follow them, stay close to them, and we shall dwell under the protection of God’s heaven.

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