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  • St. Francis catholic community

    Orange, Texas October 15, 2017

    Saturday October 14 5:00 p.m. Eddie Dubord (D) 7:00 p.m. Sunday, October 15 8:00 a.m. Armando Guerrero (D) 10:30 a.m. People of the Parish Monday, October 16 No Mass Tuesday, October 17 8:30 a.m. Kaiden Dupre (L) Wednesday, October 18 6:30 p.m. Deacon Eddie Blankenstein (D) Thursday, October 19 8:30 a.m. Gerald & Janis Beach (L) Friday, October 20 8:30 a.m. Vivian McAllister (D) Saturday October 21 5:00 p.m. Oliver & Doris Coon (D) 7:00 p.m. Sunday, October 22 8:00 a.m. Richard Toomey (D) 10:30 a.m. People of the Parish

    READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Rom 1:1-7; Ps 98:1-4; Lk 11:29-32 Tuesday: Rom 1:16-25; Ps 19:2-5; Lk 11:37-41 Wednesday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18; Lk 10:1-9 Thursday: Rom 3:21-30; Ps 130:1b-6ab; Lk 11:47-54 Friday: Rom 4:1-8; Ps 32:1b-2, 5, 11; Lk 12:1-7 Saturday: Rom 4:13, 16-18; Ps 105:6-9, 42-43; Lk 12:8-12 Sunday: Is 45:1, 4-6; Ps 96:1, 3-5, 7-10; 1 Thes 1:1-5b; Mt 22:15-21

    October 14/15, 2017

    Altar Flowers donated by:

    Jerry Ehrman in memory of Nancy Ehrman’s birthday

    Gloria Dyer in memory of

    Ernest R. Dyer Sr.

    Blessed Mother Flowers donated by:

    Ruth Erb in memory of

    Armando Guerrero

    THE HEAVENLY BANQUET The mountain of the Lord described in today’s first reading is a place where there is no more hunger, no more weeping, and no more division of any kind. We need to pause and ponder these images every now and then, especially given the fact that we live in such a fractured world. The respon-sorial psalm continues to paint a picture of a place where only goodness and kindness flourish. These readings describe the heavenly banquet, to which God calls each of us through baptism and continues to call us throughout our lives. Let us “RSVP” to God’s invitation and live our lives consistent with gospel values so that one day we will be welcomed to the table of the king-dom. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.

    TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION In 1971, the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship completed a survey of the presidents of the national liturgical commissions around the world. How were children doing in the liturgical reform? Probably to their sur-prise, the cardinals learned of special weekday Masses for children de-signed to teach them how to participate on Sunday, Masses with separate components for children. The decision was made quickly to develop adap-tations for Masses where children were a majority of the assembly. Chang-es would include a simpler structure, understandable texts, a simplified Lectionary, more active participation, and most surprisingly, new Eucha-ristic Prayers. By 1973 the work was done, and with very specific advice from Pope Paul VI, including the need for two new Eucharistic Prayers, the Directory for Masses with Children was published on December 20, a timely Christmas gift for the children of the world. The prayers are the first to be written fresh in a modern language—not Latin, but French and German—then translated into English, Italian, and Spanish. With a sense of caution, these new prayers were approved for three years, until 1977, but it soon became apparent that they had truly been embraced. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

  • 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    St. Mary Catholic School 409-883-8913

    **Remember to save Box Tops for Education and **Proof of Purchase squares on the Community coffee bags You may drop them off at the church office or St. Mary School. **Register your Kroger card to St. Mary’s Church but the school address of 2600 Bob Hall Rd. Thank you for your continued support and prayers for our Catholic School.

    Parish Council Elections

    We are having parish council elections at the end of this month and we are looking for interested parishioners.

    The purpose of the parish council is to assist the pastor in his leadership role of planning, organizing and initiating, promoting, coordinating, and reviewing the evangelization, worship, religious education, and service

    Objectives within the parish. The objectives are to assess the needs of the whole parish and its members, and to develop and implement a pastoral plan which will

    promote the common good of the parish. Also to foster unity and a sense of community in the parish and to

    Coordinate all parish activities in a manner that will best serve the interests of the parish.

    Interested? Please call the office at 883-9153 to submit your name

  • St. Francis catholic community

    Orange, Texas October 15, 2017

    St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Father Sinclair and the parish council members would like input from the parishioners on a new Mass schedule, due to start in January, 2018. We will no longer offer the Bilingual Mass on Saturday at 7:00 pm after December, 2017. Please choose one option of your preference for the weekend Mass time, starting in January, 2018.

    Saturday/Sunday Options Option A Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am Bilingual Mass Sunday 10:30am Options B Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 8:30 am Bilingual Mass Sunday 10:30 am Option C Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 8:30am Bilingual Mass Sunday 11:00 am

    Sunday Options Option D Sunday 8:00 am Bilingual Mass Sunday 10:30am Sunday 5:00 pm Option E Sunday 9:00 am Bilingual Mass Sunday 11:00 am Sunday 5:00 pm

    Parishioners will be voting the weekend of November 4-5. So look at the options, pray about it and be ready to vote that weekend.

  • 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time Knights of Columbus, Council 13825

    Barbecue Dinner Sale

    Sunday, October 22

    Brisket, Sausage links, and boudain with potato salad, baked beans,

    pickles, onions, and bread.

    Online Giving is an excellent way to fulfill your obligation to support St. Francis parish. Go to: stfrancisorangetx.org and click the Online giving link.

    In Our Parish

    Sunday, October 15 8:00 a.m. Mass 10:30 a.m Mass Monday, October 16 No Mass Tuesday, October 17 5:45 a.m. Men’s Faith Sharing 6:15 a.m. Women’s Faith Sharing 8:30 a.m. Mass 6:30 p.m. KC’s 7:00 p.m. RCIA Wednesday, October 18 6:30 p.m. Mass 5:30 p.m. Religious Education 6:30 p.m. Keysis Thursday, October 19 8:30 a.m. Mass 7:00 p.m. Book Club-Library Friday, October 20 8:30 a.m. Mass Saturday, October 21 1:00 p.m. Quinceanera 3:30-4:30 p.m. Reconciliation 5:00 p.m. Mass Sunday, October 22 8:00 a.m. Mass 10:30 a.m. Mass

    Stewardship of Treasure

    Weekly Collection

    October 7/8

    $6,939.65

    Online Giving

    $2,439.00

    SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Sunday: Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Monday: St. Hedwig; St. Margaret Mary Alacoque; National Boss’s Day Tuesday: St. Ignatius of Antioch Wednesday: St. Luke Thursday: Ss. John de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues, and Companions Friday: St. Paul of the Cross Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary

    World Mission Sunday October 21/22

    Next week, we will celebrate World Mission Sunday. Each year, the entire Church is invited to support the young mission dioceses in Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands, and parts of Latin America and Europe, where priests, religious and lay leaders serve the poorest of the poor. This year, we are invited to “Chat With The Pope” to learn more about his missions. Scan this year’s World Mission Sunday poster using Facebook Messenger for your mobile device, or learn more at ChatWithThePope.org

    Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 15, 2017 I can do all things in him who strengthens me. — Philippians 4:13

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St. Francis catholic community Orange, Texas October 15, 2017 Saturday October 14 5:00 p.m. Eddie Dubord (D) 7:00 p.m. Sunday, October 15 8:00 a.m. Armando Guerrero (D) 10:30 a.m. People of the Parish Monday, October 16 No Mass Tuesday, October 17 8:30 a.m. Kaiden Dupre (L) Wednesday, October 18 6:30 p.m. Deacon Eddie Blankenstein (D) Thursday, October 19 8:30 a.m. Gerald & Janis Beach (L) Friday, October 20 8:30 a.m. Vivian McAllister (D) Saturday October 21 5:00 p.m. Oliver & Doris Coon (D) 7:00 p.m. Sunday, October 22 8:00 a.m. Richard Toomey (D) 10:30 a.m. People of the Parish READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Rom 1:1-7; Ps 98:1-4; Lk 11:29-32 Tuesday: Rom 1:16-25; Ps 19:2-5; Lk 11:37-41 Wednesday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18; Lk 10:1-9 Thursday: Rom 3:21-30; Ps 130:1b-6ab; Lk 11:47-54 Friday: Rom 4:1-8; Ps 32:1b-2, 5, 11; Lk 12:1-7 Saturday: Rom 4:13, 16-18; Ps 105:6-9, 42-43; Lk 12:8-12 Sunday: Is 45:1, 4-6; Ps 96:1, 3-5, 7-10; 1 Thes 1:1-5b; Mt 22:15-21 October 14/15, 2017 Altar Flowers donated by: Jerry Ehrman in memory of Nancy Ehrman’s birthday Gloria Dyer in memory of Ernest R. Dyer Sr. Blessed Mother Flowers donated by: Ruth Erb in memory of Armando Guerrero THE HEAVENLY BANQUET The mountain of the Lord described in today’s first reading is a place where there is no more hunger, no more weeping, and no more division of any kind. We need to pause and ponder these images every now and then, especially given the fact that we live in such a fractured world. The respon- sorial psalm continues to paint a picture of a place where only goodness and kindness flourish. These readings describe the heavenly banquet, to which God calls each of us through baptism and continues to call us throughout our lives. Let us “RSVP” to God’s invitation and live our lives consistent with gospel values so that one day we will be welcomed to the table of the king- dom. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc. TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION In 1971, the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship completed a survey of the presidents of the national liturgical commissions around the world. How were children doing in the liturgical reform? Probably to their sur- prise, the cardinals learned of special weekday Masses for children de- signed to teach them how to participate on Sunday, Masses with separate components for children. The decision was made quickly to develop adap- tations for Masses where children were a majority of the assembly. Chang- es would include a simpler structure, understandable texts, a simplified Lectionary, more active participation, and most surprisingly, new Eucha- ristic Prayers. By 1973 the work was done, and with very specific advice from Pope Paul VI, including the need for two new Eucharistic Prayers, the Directory for Masses with Children was published on December 20, a timely Christmas gift for the children of the world. The prayers are the first to be written fresh in a modern language—not Latin, but French and German—then translated into English, Italian, and Spanish. With a sense of caution, these new prayers were approved for three years, until 1977, but it soon became apparent that they had truly been embraced. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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