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511598.102421.pub (Read-Only)SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
PARISH MEMBERSHIP Registration forms are available on the pamphlet rack in the Church. Please notify the office when you are mov- ing outside or within the parish and if your contact in- formation is changing.
HOSPITALIZED & HOMEBOUND PARISHIONERS Please notify the office if a parishioner is hospitalized or homebound that they may receive the pastoral care of the Church.
BULLETIN DEADLINE
Friday of the previous week at 10:00am. All announce- ments should be in writing or sent via email.
SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rev. Daniel Gee Pastor [email protected] Rev. Tom Shepanzyk Parochial Vicar Deacon Rafael Goldsmith Permanent Deacon Deacon Mark Jerge Permanent Deacon Patty Sonak Administrative Assistant Kathy Brown Parish Secretary Karen Pondo Parish Secretary Phil Rexrode Facilities Manager Dr. Jeffrey M. Alban Director of Music & Organist David Wallace Director of Religious Education
PARISH MEMBERSHIP Welcome! Registration forms are available on the pam- phlet rack in the Church. Please notify the office when you are moving outside or within the parish and if your con- tact information is changing.
HOSPITALIZED & HOMEBOUND PARISHIONERS Please notify the office if a parishioner is hospitalized or homebound that they may receive the pastoral care of the Church.
BULLETIN DEADLINE
Tuesday of the previous week at 10:00am. All announce- ments must be in writing or sent via email.
SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS & OFFICE HOURS 120 West Main Street
Front Royal, VA 22630 540-635-3780 www.sjtb.org 540-635-2683 (fax) [email protected]
Monday - Friday 9:00am-12:00pm & 1:00pm-4:00pm
MASS SCHEDULE Sundays: 5:00pm (Saturday Vigil) 7:00pm (Saturday Vigil Spanish) 7:00am, 8:30am, 10:30am 12:30pm (Extraordinary Form)
Weekdays: Monday - Saturday, 8:30am Wednesday, 7:00pm-Spanish Tuesday & Thursday-Noon Extraordinary Form Weekday Masses Mon., Wed., Fri.,. Sat., 7:00am SACRAMENTS Confession: Monday-Friday, after 8:30 Mass Monday-Friday-6:30pm Saturday, 9:00-10:00am & 3:00-4:00pm
Baptism: Saturdays: 10:00am Parish membership is required and an instructional class is required for parents.
Marriage: Arrangements must be made at least six (6) months in advance. Parish membership is required.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Adoration: Monday 9:00am - Saturday 8:00am
October 24, 2021 Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time
The Second Collection on Oct. 30/31 will be for our Poor Box.
Assignments Call the parish office if you’d like to volun- teer as an altar server, lector, usher or Extraordinary Minis- ter of Holy Communion. Thank you!
St. John’s Communications Email Updates: http://eepurl.com/djz4OT to subscribe Facebook: SJTB DRE YouTube: SJTB DRE Website: www.sjtb.org
Today is World Mission Sunday We celebrate this day by remembering our baptismal call to bring the Gospel to all! The collection supports the work of the Mission Church, providing concrete help to the most vulnerable communities in the Pope’s missions. Diocesan Marian Pilgrimage Bishop Burbidge invites you to mark this "Year of St. Joseph" at the diocesan Marian pilgrimage to the National Shrine in DC this Saturday, October 30. To be added to a potential bus list contact Deacon Mark Jerge at [email protected] For more information: www.arlingtondiocese.org/2021/marian-pilgrimage/ All Souls Day Novena of Masses Remember your deceased loved ones in a Novena of Masses. Envelopes can be found in your envelope packet or in the vestibule. Return envelope in the collection box or at the church office. Or, use Faith Direct for a one time donation by clicking on the link on our website www.sjtb.org and email your list of deceased to [email protected] Novena begins on Nov 2. Thanksgiving Gift Cards Needed Donate a Martins or Walmart gift card for our Thanksgiv- ing baskets for the less fortunate in our community. Please drop cards (or monetary donation) off at the church office or in the collection boxes in an envelope labeled “Thanksgiving”.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Rom 8:12-17; Ps 68:2, 4, 6-7ab, 20-21; Lk 13:10-17 Tuesday: Rom 8:18-25; Ps 126:1b-6; Lk 13:18-21 Wednesday: Rom 8:26-30; Ps 13:4-6; Lk 13:22-30 Thursday: Eph 2:19-22; Ps 19:2-5; Lk 6:12-16 Friday: Rom 9:1-5; Ps 147:12-15, 19-20; Lk 14:1-6 Saturday: Rom 11:1-2a, 11-12, 25-29; Ps 94:12-13a, 14-15, 17-18; Lk 14:1, 7-11 Sunday: Dt 6:2-6; Ps 18:2-4, 47, 51; Heb 7:23-28; Mk 12:28b-34
M I W : O 25 - 31, 2021
Monday Weekday 7:00am +Michael Alban/Alban Family 8:30am Regina Luckey/Tom & Carla Sayre Tuesday Weekday 8:30am Sara Mykleseth/Matt & Jan Akers Noon +Ralph Burrier/Darryl Adams Family Wednesday Weekday 7:00am Carlson Family Living & Deceased / A.M. 8:30am David D’Andrea/D. D’Andrea 7:00pm Miriam Akers/Matt & Jan Akers Thursday Saints Simon and Jude, Apostles 8:30am +Rocky Ryan/Christina Furtado Noon +Adrian Leon Vaughn/Bach Hoang Vaughn
Friday Weekday 7:00am Thibault Family living & deceased/ A.M. 8:30am Mike & Lillian Kuznia/Matt & Jan Akers Saturday Weekday 7:00am +Charles & Irmgard Wagner/Townsend Family
8:30am +Kenneth Sylskar/Matt & Jan Akers Saturday Vigil - 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time 5:00pm +Paul Andres/Inside the Vatican 7:00pm Yoly Smith Lydick/Yolanda Harlan Sunday 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:00am +Sandy O’Gorman/Debbie Cooper 8:30am +Frederick Trost/Kathy Brown 10:30am Parish Family 12:30pm +Deceased members of Alban & Lundin Families
A S S O 30/31
5:00pm *Nicholas Anderson, Jason Kasevich, Samuel Meza
7:00am *Aidan & John Barragan, Greg Bauer
8:30am *Declan & Christopher Uhlenkott, Jude & Jaxton Fusaro, Ben Schmiedicke
10:30am *Matthew Clark, Dominic, Andre & John Criste, Joseph MacDougall, Jimmy & Jack Stanford
12:30pm Nicholas Elliot (MC), Joseph McGuire (Thurifer), Padraig Baker (Crucifer), Breandan Baker, John Paul Hill
Women of St. John’s Corner
Welcome to The Women of Saint John’s Group! For all women parishioners 18+ Connect with us! Email list: thewom- [email protected] Facebook https://m.facebook.com/ womenofstjohns/
Holy Hour followed by Fellowship 7-8pm The 1st Tuesday and 3rd Wednes- day of the month at the Adoration Chapel. October is Respect Life Month
Join Catholics nationwide in celebrating Respect Life Month! Let us work and pray together that every human life may be welcomed in love and protected in law.
Thank you to all who participated in and prayed for the Front Royal Pregnancy Center 2021 Walk for Life! World Wide Marriage Encounter Worldwide Marriage Encounter has all the tools you need for a great marriage. Sign up today to attend one of the up- coming Worldwide Marriage Encounter Experiences on Nov 5-7, 2021 in MD —VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE and Jan 28-30, 2022 in NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC. Early sign up is recommended. For more information visit our website at: RenewMarriage-VANorth.org or contact us at [email protected] or 703-646-1521.
From the Office of Religious Education David M Wallace, Director| [email protected] | (540) 6353780 Darryl & Susan Adams, Confirmation Coordinator & RE Assistant | [email protected]
CCD classes began last Monday. It’s not too late to enroll. Classes are offered for grades 1-8, from 6:00pm to 7:15pm in Father Ruehl Hall (church basement). During the CCD class time, there will be a Holy Hour in the church, with confessions available starting at 6:30pm. We hope parents, as well as our catechists and students, can make use of this time for prayer, adoration, repentance, and healing. Enroll online! Visit the parish website. Congratulations to all those newly confirmed on Wed, Oct 6: Marie Thérèse Akpele, Xitlaly Yasmin Juliana Rodzinska Arellano, Feliciano Juan Diego Arellano Cortés, Natalya Grace Thomas à Becket Bar- ragan, Gregory Augustus Miguel Pro Bauer, Joseph Pio Burghardt, José Adrian Andres Canseco, Veroni- ca Mary Thérèse Centrella, James Michael Carlo Acutis Chapman, Katarina Jean Thérèse Chapman, Noel Patrick Cruz, Maria Therese Faustina Perpetua Davies, Sean Vincent Angelo Adrian Delaney, Lillian Mary Zita Thérèse Fier, Nadia Rose Chiara Badano Flippen, Kristopher Norbel Dionicio Flores Chavez,
Kyle David Paul Foltz, Mary Therese Catherine Francis Frank, Kenneth Joseph Anthony Furlong, Jr, Zachary William Sebastian Hagarty, Elizabeth Rose Maximilian Kolbe Hambleton, Sofia Maria Bernadette Hambric, Benedict Joseph Bernard Heisler, Mara Elizabeth Catherine Labouré Hibl, Benedict Pio Anthony Hibl, Elizabeth Catherine Rose of Lima Jerome, Edward Scott Francis Lloyd, Sophia Claire Maria Faustina Logan, Fiona Olivia Joan of Arc McFadden, Sophia Marie Alice Meador, Molly Frances Josephine Bakhita Muller-Bedell, Jude Anthony Louis O'Donnell, Patrick Jerome Joseph O'Donnell, Carmen Juliana Dymphna O'Neill, Clare Cecilia Osbourn, Miriam Scholastica Josephine Bakhita Pilon, John David Paul Puglisi, Erik Eduardo Patrick Reyes, Maria Faustina Rose Philippine Duchesne Riordan, Elya Therese Hedwig Schumann, Marian Elizabeth Felicity Sholar, Travis Hunter Sebastian Silva, Augustin Francis Sotelo, James Brendan Edmund Campion Stanford, Georganne Kateri Joseph Stewart, Xavier Daniel Miguel Pro Uhlenkott, Kenna Leigh Cecilia Weakley, Owen William Thomas More Werner, Ava Lynette Joan of Arc Williams, Matthew Ryan Andrew Wooddell, and Joshua Xavier Moses Michael Zepeda. Join us Monday evenings in Padre Pio Hall (6:00-7:00pm) for RCIA. The classes are open to all parishioners; please join us to learn more about our Catholic Faith. We are prayerfully reading through the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. On Monday, Oct 25, the topic will be the Paschal Mystery of Christ, following questions 112-135 in the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
K of C Votes Each election provides an opportunity for American citizens to make their voices heard. Every vote counts! KofCvotes.org Election Resources: Become informed before election day. CatholicVote.org is a layperson-led effort of Americans who fully support the teach- ings of the Catholic Church and The National Catholic Bioeth- ics Center provides education, guidance, and resources to the Church and society to uphold the dignity of the human person in health care and biomedical research. Visit ncbcenter.org October 30 – TMIY Men of the parish are invited to join us Saturday morning in Fr. Ruehl Hall. In our next meeting we will discuss the Type of Men We Need to Build the Kingdom. We will meet at 6:30AM. All men are welcome! October 28 –St Jude (Ss Simon & Jude) NRSV-CE Jude 1: 19-21 " It is these worldly people, devoid of the Spirit, who are causing divisions. But you, beloved, build yourselves up on your most holy faith; pray in the Holy Spirit; keep yourselves in the love of God; look forward to the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ that leads to eternal life. " Contact us GK Tom Balint: [email protected] Field Agent Jim Ulmer: [email protected]
Knights of Columbus John Carrell Jenkins Council #7771
www.kofc7771.org
Peter Hickson Manuel A. Vicente Robert Cooke Devon Smith Lxex Robles Nathan T. Christman Vince E. Cruz Truman Sayre, Jr. Brady Anderson Steven Gregg Kristina Grdina Ben Cabreva David Kelleher Andrew Shorter Dominic Vieira Bobby Saxon Seumas X. O’Reilly Clement M. O’Reilly Alex Rojas Chris Reinhard Kieran Vieira Richard Skelton, Sr. John Bowes Elisabeth Crooks Jonathan Hamilton Justice M. Parrott Sean Conroy David Rogers Zachary Francis Stephen L. Jerome Mark Belton David Larsen David Schmitt Joseph Marsch Christine Marsch Brian Tilley Forest Shelby Steven Held, Jr. Stephen Bill Benjamin Gregory David Parnes Heather Bill-Blanchard Timothy Smith Jeffrey Bayne Sean Smith David Berry Jason Pettingill Esther Alger Matthew Farrall Emma Morgan Jasmine Frank Jamie Troutman Christian Carino Daniel Heywood Shannon Brugh Kevin Corella Keegan J. Thomas Paul Shannon Trey Dusseault Michael Wood Stephen Reuwer Michael Reuwer
Active Military Prayer List
unprecedented access to video-based study programs, feature films, audio presentations, and eBooks from the
Church’s foremost presenters. Check it out at www.formed.org This week’s feature: Saints & Heroes Collection for Kids
Parish Code: QBKRGW
ST. FAUSTINA OF THE DIVINE MERCY SAID: Today I saw the Crucified Lord Jesus. Precious pearls and diamonds were pouring forth from the wound in His Heart. I saw how a multitude of souls was gathering these gifts, but there was one soul who was closest to His Heart and she, know- ing the greatness of these gifts, was gathering them with liberality, not only for herself, but for others as well. The Savior said to me, Behold, the treasures of grace that flow down upon souls, but not all souls know how to take advantage of My generosity. (St. Faustina Diary, 1687) Used with permission of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the BVM.
Scriptural Reflections Led by Deacon Goldsmith each Thursday in Padre Pio Hall at 10:15am.
Young Adults of St. John’s Are you in your 20's or 30's? You're invited to attend events hosted by the Young Adults of St. John's! Follow event info on FB @youngadultsofstjohnthebaptist, IG @st_johns_young_adults_va or to join the e-news-letter email [email protected]
Children’s Holy Hour Every Thursday 3:00-4:00pm. Questions? Please email [email protected]
Crown Of Creation For girls ages 16-18. Wednesdays 7-8pm at the Frassati House. Questions? [email protected]
Election Day Election Day is Tuesday, November 2. For resources, visit vacatholic.org and view a pre-election letter issued by Bish- op Burbidge and comparisons of the major-party candi- dates' positions in the races for governor, lieutenant gover- nor and attorney general. Review and share! Pray, form your consciences and vote!
Prayer Before An Election Lord God, as the election approaches, we seek to under- stand better the issues and concerns that confront our city/ state/country, and how the Gospel compels us to respond as faithful citizens in our community. We ask for eyes that are free from blindness so that we might see each other as brothers and sisters, one and equal in dignity, especially those who are victims of abuse and violence, deceit and poverty. We ask for ears that will hear the cries of children unborn and those abandoned, Men and women oppressed because of race or creed, religion or gender. We ask for minds and hearts that are open to hearing the voice of lead- ers who will bring us closer to your Kingdom. We pray for discernment so that we may choose leaders who hear your Word, live your love, and keep in the ways of your truth as they follow in the steps of Jesus and his Apostles and guide us to your Kingdom of justice and peace. We ask this in the name of your Son, Jesus Christ, and through the power of the Holy Spirit. Amen.
Thank you for your prayers! Any name added to the Prayer List will remain there for 3 months. The request may be renewed by calling the parish
office. Please let us know when a name can be removed from either prayer list. You may also request prayers by
contacting our parish prayer chain at [email protected] or St. Dominic’s Monastery prayer intention email:
[email protected]
Pope’s Prayer Intention for October 2021
Missionary Disciples We pray that every baptized person may be engaged in
evangelization, available to the mission, by being witnesses of a life that has the flavor of the Gospel.
Ignatius Ehlinger Barbara Woodward Norman Hunt Jeanne Vasko Susan Bill Gabby Abril Tahlia Fernandez John Janaro MaryAnn Carlson Judith Thompson Judy Ratigan Susan Kirby Sophie Shannon Mary Shaffer Anee Stanford Vicki Bailey Pat Schubert Rozie Baker John William Rice Gabrielle Tuttle Mabel Riordan Sean Becket Berry Matthew A. Skube Erik Jurek Roxolana Armstrong Dan Schneible Eileen Hawkins Mitch Mumford Gabbi Rodgers Colleen Stivers Peter Monfasani Carmela Rao George Stivers Kathy Elar Clara Anne Duda Pricilla Landers
Raymond McInerney Robert Rice Mary A. Rice Peter Centrella James Trim Deacon Goldsmith
Rob Jones Al Dudeck Tim Ehlinger Mary Belton
PRAYER LIST
Please pray for all homebound members of our Parish and for those impacted by Covid.
Altar Guild Marlene Lundberg, 635-0541
Altar Servers (ages 11-18) Call Church Office, 635-3780
Front Royal Catholics Civic Educational Group
Tom McFadden, Sr. 540-252-9138 [email protected]
Chelsea Academy John DeJak, 540-635-0622
Church Environment Linda Saker, 636-4556 Communion for the Homebound Call Church Office, 635-3780
Divinum Auxilium Academy
Eucharistic Adoration Mary-Margaret Price, 635-0645
John XXIII Montessori Center
Laura Accettullo, 540-631-0900 [email protected]
Knights of Columbus Tom Balint, [email protected]
Lectors Mary Kay Moose, 635-7628
Legion of Mary/Adults Andrew Armstrong, 540-631-4620
Legion of Mary (Juniors) Maureen Nyman, 540-671-1173 Meetings-Thurs. 4:30-6:30pm PPH
Little Flowers (Gr. 1-5) Anita Townsend [email protected]
Loaves and Fishes (Catholic Charities)
Jeanne Jackson [email protected] 540-407-0348 or 540-252-4320
Meals for New Moms / Postpartum Support [email protected]
Music & Choirs Jeffrey Alban, 635-3780
Natural Family Planning Susannah Cavanaugh, 540-431-1992
Parents’ Support Group/ Children/Special Needs
Winnie Ehlinger, 636-1688 Laurie Adams, 540-683-1767
Padre Pio Academy Johanna Naccash [email protected]
Prayer Chain Marlicia Fernandez, 622-2637 [email protected]
Prison Ministry Chris Manion, 540-635-9166 Religious Education David Wallace, 540-635-3780
RCIA Parish Office, 635-3780
SHELL (Supporting Home Education and Love of Learning)
Laura H. Clark, 635-3192 laura[email protected]
St. Edith Stein School for Girls Dian Schmiedicke, 540-481-9696
St. John’s Community Newsletter Michael Turner, [email protected]
That Man is You! Tom Balint, 540-671-3094
Ushers Call Church Office, 635-3780
Vocations Cross Marlicia Fernandez, 622-2637 [email protected]
Women of St. John’s Parish Office - 540-635-3780
Young Adult Events [email protected]
Youth/Drama https://stjohnsdrama.org
St. John’s Contact Information St. John’s (general): [email protected] 540-635-3780
Fr. Daniel Gee, Pastor: [email protected]

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