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  • OCTOBER 28, 2012 ~~ THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    St. Lawrence OToole Parish Mission Statement:

    St. Lawrence OToole is a faith-filled Roman Catholic parish, united by the Body of Christ, through the Eucharistic feast, the source and

    summit of our Christian faith. Our purpose is to build Gods kingdom by acting as a living witness to the Gospel, sharing in Christs mission to evangelize and serve both our parish community, and the world around us.

    Thank you for your continued support of St. Lawrence OToole Parish!

    Fill out a form that may be found at the back of Church or at the Parish Office.

    Use the link on our Parish website: slotoole.org. Call Parish Pay @ 1-866-Parish1.

    There are three easy ways to sign up:

    It benefits you and our Parish! Enrollment is friendly, secure, and trouble free!

    Managing your account through Parish Pay is easy! Its easy to sign up!

    PARISH PAY (AUTOMATED GIVING) IS HERE ... HAVE YOU SIGNED UP YET? Some reasons why you should consider using Parish Pay:

    Our Weekly Offering Budgeted Weekly Goal: $ 10,700.00 Budgeted Weekly YTD Goal: $170,315.00 Total Given Last Week: $ 7,228.00 Total Given Electronically: $ 1,449.00 Total Offering: $ 8,677.00 Total YTD Offering: $144,849.00 Total Envelopes Used: 171 Total PARISH PAY Users: 58 Building Fund: $ 53.00

    Parish Staff:

    St. Lawrence OToole Catholic Church 4101 St. Lawrence Avenue

    Matteson, IL 60443 708-748-6090

    Website: www.slotoole.org E-mail: slotparishoffice@slotoole.org****PLEASE NOTE

    CHANGE IN EMAIL ADDRESS!! Pastors e-mail: thepastor@slotoole.org

    FACEBOOK PAGE: St. Lawrence OToole Parish

    BULLETIN INFORMATION: Articles for publication in the bulletin are due by 9:00 AM on the Monday prior to the date you would like them published. Electronic submissions preferred, @ slotparishoffice@slotoole.org**** PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN THE PARISH EMAIL ADDRESS. Questions? Please call JoAnn @ 708-748-6090 ext. 102. Also, please patronize the businesses who advertise in our bulletin. Without their support, we would not have this bulletin!

    Mass Schedule: Saturday: 5:00 PM (Sun. vigil) Sunday: 8:30 & 11:00 AM Monday Saturday: 8:30 AM Holy Days: 6:30 AM, 8:30 AM, 7:00 PM Reconciliation: Saturdays from 4:00 PM4:30 PM or by appointment, please call the Parish Office to make arrangements. Eucharistic Adoration: 1st Fridays of the month after 8:30 AM Mass followed by Benediction at 6 PM. Please consult bulletin for changes in this schedule.

    Rev. Michael J. Novick Pastor Mr. William Doerr Mr. John Rangel Mr. Edward Winter Deacons Ms. Jane Fagan Director of Religious Education Ms. Pat Fointno Director of Music Mrs. Patricia Hofkamp Principal

    Mrs. Pattie Gallinaro Coordinator of Youth Ministry Mrs. Donna Kay Business Manager Ms. Cathy Costelow Coordinator of Liturgy Mrs. Sally Doerr Mrs. Mary Cermak Vis Lay Ministers

    ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL PLEDGE REPORT The monthly pledge billings for the Archdiocesan Annual Catholic Appeal pledges have been mailed. It is very important that these pledges be paid so that our parish will reach and, hopefully, exceed our goal. Once the pledge payments have exceeded our goal, all of the additional funds are returned to our parish for use in our ministries.

    PARISH GOAL: $30,397.08 AMOUNT PLEDGED: $31,007.00 AMOUNT PAID: $27,307.00 REMAINING BALANCE: $ 3,700.00

  • p 2 October 28, 2012

    World Youth Day/Priesthood Sunday The coming weeks ahead are going to be filled once more with busy-ness and insanity around these parts. Between Halloween, All Saints Day, All Souls Day, the Parish Mission, the Presidential Election, Taste of OToole, St. Lawrence OTooles feast day, the Craft Show, Thanksgiving, AND more, November tends to be one of the busiest months of the year. Yet its also a time when we are asked to keep remembering those who have died this past year, and it always seems like that list gets longer and longer each year. On more positive notes, this last weekend in October is always a dual celebration of World Youth Day and Priesthood Sunday. Its an interesting combination as we need to continue to pray for more vocations to the priesthood and religious life. We particularly should be praying for more young people to listen to Gods voice. His booming voice truly does speak louder than any other noise we hear, yet the worldly noise around us seems to distract us from listening to Him. I have had a magazine I received from Marist High School sitting on my desk for the past two weeks or so. The front cover is a collage of pictures of many of the Marist brothers who served at the Chicago campus over 50 years of service. My fun is to try to name as many of them as possible. So indeed I have written their names on the cover over their pictures. I am fully aware that many of them are deceased, and I know there are a few missing from the collage, too. I must admit that I had some very good teachers when I was at Marist. Many of the brothers that I remember were not even my teachers in class, but I know that there were more than a few who made a great impression on my life and my faith. Sure, I came to listen to Gods voice leading me to be ordained in the footsteps of the Apostles, but the brothers of Marist, following the rule of living from the great St. Marcelin Champgnat, continue to teach young men and women how to live Christian lives and how to use the knowledge God has given them for the advancement of humanity. PRAY. PRAY. PRAY. Ask the master of the harvest to send out more laborers into the vineyard. Peace and rest for all Fr. Michael Novick

  • Christ Has Awakened Our Spirit 10/28 WORLD YOUTH DAY CELEBRATION @ ST. GEORGE11:30 AM MASS FOLLOWED BY A CELEBRATION OF YOU! Followed by a Basketball Game. COME JOIN US!! 10/31 HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!

    11/2 First Friday Adoration and Pizza6:00 PM7:30 PM followed by PizzaPlease RSVP so I know how much pizza to order! PADS6:30 PM8:30 PM. 11/4 CHAOS7:00 PM - 9:00 PM.

    October 28, 2012 p 3

    Living Stewardship October 28, 2012 ~~ 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time Immediately he received his sight and followed him on the way. (MARK 10:52) Sight is just one of the many gifts that God has given to us. Like all of our basic senses and talents, sight is a gift we often take for granted. We pat ourselves on the back for our accomplishments, forgetting that whatever we do, we do with the gifts that God has given to us.

    The priest says, Lift up your hearts. We say, We lift them up to the Lord. In the Mass, we lift or raise up our hearts to God. We lift up our offering to God. And that offering is the self-sacrificing love of Jesus Christ. We join him and, because we are in him, we can lift ourselves up to God. We are part of the one offering, the one sacrifice. We can and sometimes do stay stuck in our daily struggles, temptations, and even sins. In the

    Mass we break free. In Jesus lifted high on the cross, we lift up our hearts, our very selves. We break free of the gravity of sin and death and doubt.

    Archdiocese of Chicago Strategic Pastoral Plan

    YEAR OF SUNDAY MASS / YEAR OF FAITH LOUIS J. CAMELI 2012 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications. Visit our website at www.LTP.org

    October 28, 2012

    If you became blind would you ever think about seeing a priest? Christs priesthood, todays first

    reading and Gospel passage indicate, cures both physical and

    spiritual blindness.

    Think about a time during the Liturgy of the Word when your eyes were opened, providing you with an essential insight

    which you later put into practice. How did this make

    you feel?

    Lift KNOW THE MASS, ONE WORD AT A TIME

    Daylight Savings Time ends next Sunday,

    November 4 @ 2:00 AM. Please remember to set

    you clocks BACK one hour before you go to bed on

    Our next Caf OToole is next weekend.

    Novembers hospitality is hosted by

    St. Lawrence OToole RCIA Group

    All Souls Day Celebration All Souls Day is a day where we can gather together as a parish family to remember our loved ones who have gone before us. Please join us on Friday, November 2, at 7:00 PM as we celebrate their lives. A special Candle lighting will be done for each one of our family

    who were buried from St. Lawrence OToole in the last year. We will also be commemorating all of our loved ones by adding their names to a Memory Banner to be displayed throughout the month of November. Please mark you calendar to attend this wonderful celebration of those who have gone before us marked with the sign of faith. A small reception will follow after Mass.

  • We Pray for ~ the recently deceased

    Mary Lubbinga, mother of Robert (Patricia), Agustina Medrano, mother of Maria Medrano and Eva Bustamante, Martin Molnar---husband of Marilynn;

    and the sick Anna Collier, Catalina Cordero, Margie Bearden, Cherry White, Lois Thompson, Fr. George Cerny, Kathy Seper, Theresa Kukosh, Bruce Carlson, Diane McClure, Bill Anderson, Jr., Randy Nichole Harvey, Rebecca Camalick, Leon Botich, Lisa Recupido, Anella Anderson, Milledge Blair, James Roseman, Barb Knight, Harrison Lamb,

    Karl Carpenter, Margaret & Judy Thorne, Carrie Go

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