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Deacon Andy Berry [email protected]
Deacon Rick Bauer, [email protected]
Deacon Jerry Lachiewicz, [email protected]
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday: 5:00 p.m., Sunday: 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. Nursery is available for Sunday 8:30 &10:30
Livestream Mass available to view from our website as a recording or live at 8:30am.
ADORATION Thursdays from 5-6pm during Holy Hour Fridays 9am-3pm (or till 10am if church in use)
RECONCILIATION Thursdays from 5-6pm during Holy Hour, Saturdays from 4:00-4:30 pm and by appt.
PARISH OFFICE Monday-Thursday 9am - 4pm (closed Fri-Sun) Phone: 719-599-5031, Email: [email protected] Website: www.stfrancisCS.org 2650 Parish View, Colo. Springs, CO 80919
BAPTISM PREPARATION CLASS Classes are held the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. (except May & Dec.). Contact Judy in the parish office to sign up prior to class.
PRAYER REQUEST LINE A service for parishioners experiencing hardship such as a serious illness, accident, or family member or friend in peril. For prayers contact Karen Hutcheson at [email protected] or 598-0758.
Catholic Church St. Francis of Assisi
To be a Eucharistic community blessed by God, called by the Spirit, and sent to love as Jesus loves.
COMMUNION TO THE HOMEBOUND
Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion who have been trained by Deacon Andy, are authorized to provide communion to the sick & homebound to include care facilities.
If anyone is aware of someone who needs communion brought to them, please contact
Deacon Andy Berry at (719) 235-7724.
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time - July 25, 2021
Ladies Auxiliary BAKE SALE
In the Narthex after all Masses Next weekend, October 23rd/24th.
Stop by our table and take home cookies, muffins, cakes, pies, and more!
Thank you to the St. Francis Community for supporting our St. Clare Quilt Circle Boutique last weekend. Your support and generosity will help us continue our ministry of giving prayer quilts to members in our community who are home- bound, facing a serious illness or have a disability.
Did you know you can request a prayer quilt for yourself or an immediate family member in need? Each quilt is sewn and quilted by members of The St. Clare’s Quilt Circle ministry and is blessed by Fr. Ken. To request a quilt, or for information about joining our ministry, please contact any of our members. Or call Janice Siegle (719) 210-5250 or Margaret Bogart (719) 535-2641.
Creation Care Tip: As far back as the early 13th century, St. Francis of Assisi recognized that water was a precious resource, and referred to it using the familial term 'sister'. In this way, Francis illustrated both a sense of intimate relationship with water and a deep respect for it. And why wouldn't he? Isn't water essential in sustaining human life and the life of all living creatures?!
However, in the western United States, we are currently in the midst of an historic drought. Climate scientists tell us that this drought, and other extreme weather we are seeing nationally and worldwide, are manifestations of a rapidly changing climate that mankind is contributing to by our emission of greenhouse gases.
If he were here, St. Francis would ask us to pray and reflect on our individual contribution to this problem. He would also likely ask that we each make a positive difference. Some suggestions for ways of making a difference include using less water and emitting less pollution and advocating for legislation to address climate change.
For more information on climate change and how you can make a difference check out the U. S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration website at: https:// www.noaa.gov/education/resource-collections/ climate/climate-change-impacts
Stroke Scan Plus will be hosting a Stroke, Vascular & Abdominal Ultrasound Screening here at St. Francis in classrooms B-C
Friday, November 12th They will check the Carotid Arteries on both sides of the neck for fatty plaque build-up which accounts for 80% of all strokes. They check the Abdominal Aorta which is the main Artery off the Heart for Aneurysms, the Thyroid which controls the Metabolism for cyst, nodules and enlargements, the Liver, Gallbladder and both Kidney’s for cyst, masses, fluid build-up and tumors.
These screenings are typically NOT performed at annual check-ups, nor will insurance companies pay for them unless you are symptomatic. Collectively, these screenings cost thousands. Stroke Scan will be offering them to you for $169 for all 7 combined. Flex Savings Accounts are accepted. Please call 866-935-7226 to schedule an appointment today. Prevention is the KEY to early detection.
Pray for our Seminarians & Priests, calendar thru August 2022:
www.diocs.org/Vocations/Seminarians
Sunday, October 31, 1- 3 pm, north parking lot Come join the fun! Decorate your trunk and enjoy the ghouls and goblins as they trick-or-treat from car to car. There will be
games, activities, food and fun for everyone.
Hotdogs & drinks will be served.
Cost: A toiletry donation for the Marian House. Suggested items: package of socks, grooming items such as travel size tooth brushes, toothpaste, shampoo, body wash,
protein/granola bars, bottled water, pocket tissues, etc.
Left over candy from Trunk or Treat will be collected at the end of the event, bagged up and taken to the Marian House along with other
donated items as a youth service project. If you would like to donate candy or other items for this project, please drop off your donation in
the box marked “Trunk or Treat Project” in the lower lobby.
In case of inclement weather, check the church website for up- dates. Contact Terrie Hernandez, 599-5031 x111 for more info.
Knights of Columbus Can Complete Their Journey to the Third Degree In One Event, Sunday Oct. 24th, here at St Francis
The Mount St. Francis Knights of Columbus Council 12228 will host a simplified and updated ceremony for new candidates and first and second degree Knights to advance to the third degree which results in full Knighthood within the brotherhood.
This ceremony will be held in the St. Francis church at noon, October 24th. Other councils in the Pikes Peak region have been invited to attend. The State Knights of Columbus staff will conduct the ceremony. Families of the candidates and Knights are invited and encouraged to attend.
The revamped ceremony to the Knights of Columbus organization consolidates and shortens the process of becoming a third degree Knight, which in the past could take a year or more with three separate ceremonies. The new process can now be done at one time and be completed in about 30 minutes.
The ceremony continues to focus on the principals of Charity, Unity and Fraternity and it explains how the order’s principles are at the core of our Catholic life. The Fourth Degree remains a separate ceremony and focuses on the principle of Patriotism.
We encourage all candidates and existing first and second degree Knights to consider this unique opportunity that will be conducted after the 10:30 a.m. Mass on that Sunday. As a bonus, our dioceses new Bishop James Golka will be presiding at the 8:30 and 10:30 Masses that Sunday. Attend the 10:30 Mass, meet and hear our new Bishop, then make or complete your journey to full Knighthood.
If you are interested in attending this unique opportunity, please contact Grand Knight Bob Condron at [email protected]
Bishop Golka will celebrate Sunday morning Masses here at St. Francis
Sunday, October 24th.
Streaming Mass Ministry
We need volunteers to help with live streaming Mass on the week- end or for an occasional Holy day or funeral. Please contact Fr. Ken.
Funeral Meal Ministry needs help!
Pam Joslyn needs a new co-coordinator as the current one needed to step down. She needs more volunteers to help with the set-up, serving and clean up of the funeral lunches/receptions. She needs more volunteers to provide salad & cookies. If you are able to help with this important ministry or have questions, please contact Pam Joslyn at 719-354-0144 or [email protected] Thank you!
Does humor have a place in Christianity?
With all that is happening in the world today, there is a need for levity in our lives. The Bible says that “a cheerful heart is good medicine” (Proverbs 17:22) and “the joy of the Lord is our strength” (Nehemiah 8:10). In many of his homilies, father masterfully uses humor as a way to deliver the message of the Gospel. Joy and laugh- ter are part of our heritage as children of God, just as they are part of our experience as human beings. Together with weeping and sadness they frame our experience of life.
The library has many books for enjoyment. Shelved under Fiction is Taylor Cadwell’s Grandmother and the Priests. A powerful tribute to the memory of all God’s servants, the hard-working clergy who dedicate their lives to helping others. Taylor Caldwell brings to life eleven different parishes, many of which are extremely poor. And the stories of eleven different Catholic priest—their faith, their parishioners, their work.
The founder of EWTN Global Catholic Network, Mother Angelica, has written several books that are profoundly practical, humorous, and common-sense approach to answering life's most vexing questions. Mother Angelica gently confronts your real-life struggles, lifting your heart to God and leading your soul to heaven as she provides answers from a life dedicated to God, not the promises of a world entrenched in vice. Mother Angelica’s books can be found under Spiritual Reading.
“Joy and a sense of humor is one of the signs of holiness especially needed today.” - Pope Francis, in his apostolic exhortation “Rejoice and Be Glad: On the Call to Holiness.
LIBRARY CORNER
One Nation Walking Together Christmas Toy Drive
ONWT is beginning a collection for Christmas toys and presents for children on the reservations they support. A list of specific requests is being developed and will be made available ASAP. This list will show child's gender, age and requested item. However, if you prefer to shop now, any toy that you find is perfect. Just place it in the collection box in the lower Narthex (unwrapped) and it will be taken to the collection site at ONWT. This drive will start immediately and run through November 21. Thank You!
2nd Collection next weekend for World Mission Sunday
October 23/24 is set aside for Catholics worldwide to recommit themselves to the Church's missionary activity through prayer and sacrifice and is organized by the Propagation of the Faith. Pope Francis’ message for World Mission Sunday this year reflects on the theme: “We cannot but speak about what we have seen and heard” (Acts 4:20). He reminds us that, “as Christians, we cannot keep the Lord to ourselves,” as we “recall with gratitude all those men and women who by their testimo- ny of life help us to renew our baptismal commitment to be generous and joyful apostles of the Gospel.”
On World Mission Sunday, we join our Holy Father in supporting his missions. As we pray and respond here at home, we share in those celebrations taking place in every parish and school throughout the world. Together, through our prayers and financial support, we bring the Lord’s mercy and concrete help to the most vulnerable communities in the Pope’s missions. In a world where so much divides us, World Mission Sunday rejoices in our unity as missionaries by our Baptism, as it offers each one of us an opportunity to support the life-giving presence of the Church among the poor and marginalized in more than 1,111 mission dioceses. Thank You for your generosity!
Sincerely yours in Christ, Most Reverend James Golka
Saint Joseph’s dignity springs from his privilege of being the legal father of the Incarnate Son of God. Here, then, is a man whom the Son of God calls father, one whom he [Jesus] serves and obeys and before whom he kneels for a paternal blessing.
(St. Peter Julian Eymard, September 6)
Would you like a Spiritual Mentor?
Woman’s Story offers free Spiritual Mentoring from trained women here at our parish who meet with you twice a month over a six month me period. Mentors offer support to women who desire to grow in their rela onship with God.
“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” - Prov 27:17
If you desire a prayer partner, are in need of spiritual support or are considering the path He has in store for your future, perhaps now is the me to be a Mentor or Mentee. This program is also a great follow-up to a Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP) re- newal weekend.
For informa on or to sign up, contact Helen Cason (808) 223-7214, [email protected] or Sister Marilyn Uhing, (719) 955- 3783, [email protected] rancis.org.
Woman’s Story is a program of Women Partnering and a sponsored ministry of The Sisters of Saint Francis of Perpetual
Adora on of Colorado Springs.
Are you aware of the “FORMED” website which is full of amazing Catholic content? It is paid for with a parish wide subscription and sponsored by the Augustine Institute for the
New Evangelization, to renew the Church and transform the world for Christ.
FORMED has become a lot easier to use. Parish codes are no longer needed. Now parishioners just go to formed.org/signup & find their parish to sign up. If you have any trouble, call 844-367-6331 for support.
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Weekly Mass Inten ons Saturday, October 16, 2021 5:00 p.m. † Ruth Stockie Sunday, October 17, 2021 8:30 a.m. † Marie Xuyen Nguyen
10:30 a.m. For Janice Gross, mother of Holly and Joe Schwarz
5:30 p.m. For St. Francis parishioners and visitors Tuesday, October 19, 2021 8:30 a.m. † Marion Garcia
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 8:30 a.m. For The health of Maria Kong Thursday, October 21, 2021 8:30 a.m. † John Carrigan
Friday, October 22, 2021 8:30 a.m. † Brian K. Miller Saturday, October 23, 2021 5:00 p.m. † Carl LaMonica
Sunday, October 24, 2021 8:30 a.m. † John Castonguay 10:30 a.m. For St. Francis parishioners and visitors
5:30 p.m. † Oscar Gieck
Offertory (Envelopes - $10,383; Online - $4,217) $14,600
Capital Repair & Replacement $970 Other Income $510
YTD Financial Information (Jul 2020-Jun 2021) As of 8/31/2021
YTD Actual YTD Actual YTD Budget YTD Budget Income $86,107 Income $101,810 Expenses ($79,540) Expenses ($77,290) Surplus/(Deficit) $6,567 Surplus/(Deficit) $24,520
Returning God’s Gifts Diocesan Ministry Appeal As of 9/22/21—201 pledges, Goal ($87,330) -To donate:
www.diocs.org/GIVE-NOW/Returning-Gods-Gifts Intentions $ 118,001 Collected $ 105,814
Catholic Student Center Campaign 160 pledges as of 9/07/2021 - Goal ($167,780)
To donate, go to: www.buildingforthefuture.org Intentions $134,637 Collected $125,683
FEAST OF FAITH - Only Say the Word
The bread is broken, the banquet is prepared, and now we are invited to the feast. Once more the priest holds the host, now broken, for us to see, and invites us to behold the one “who takes away the sins of the world.” Truly blessed and happy are those invited to this meal, which is a foretaste of the heavenly banquet, the supper of the Lamb (Rev 19:19). We respond to this invitation with a prayer to the Lord: we acknowledge that we are not worthy, but at the same time we are confident that the One who comes to us can heal us, body and soul. This prayer echoes the story of the centurion in Luke’s Gospel. The centurion, a Gentile, asks healing for his servant, but does not consider himself worthy to have Jesus come under his roof—he believes that Jesus can heal his servant with a word, without even seeing him. Jesus is amazed at his faith. It is the same for us. We believe that Jesus speaks to us, comes to us, dwells with us, even though we neither hear his voice nor see his face. —Corinna Laughlin, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
DAILY READINGS
FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18; Lk 10:1-9 Tuesday: Rom 5:12, 15b, 17-19, 20b-21; Ps 40:7-10, 17; Lk 12:35-38 Wednesday: Rom 6:12-18; Ps 124:1b-8; Lk 12:39-48 Thursday: Rom 6:19-23; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 12:49-53 Friday: Rom 7:18-25a; Ps 119:66, 68, 76-77, 93-94; Lk 12:54-59 Saturday: Rom 8:1-11; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 13:1-9 Sunday: Jer 31:7-9; Ps 126:1-6; Heb 5:1-6; Mk 10:46-52
Wisdom of the Saints
Let us throw ourselves into the ocean of God’s goodness, where every failing will be cancelled and anxiety turned into love.
—St. Paul of the Cross
Welcome to our Church!
We are happy to have you here with us.
If you are new to the parish or have not yet registered, please fill out a registration form, either on our website at ww.stfrancisCS.org, call (599-5031), or stop by the office.
Monday-Thursday from 9am-4pm.
You can also ask an Usher or Father Ken for a registration card and drop in the offertory.
Thank You!
Perpetua Zephirin and family
[email protected] by 10am the
deadline will be the previous Thursday.
Why Register? It is the official way to join a parish community and shows a commitment to practice your faith. It entitles you to receive sacraments, enroll in religious education and serve as a godparent.
Parish registration creates a two-fold obligation: on one hand, the Pastor and his Apostolate of Lay People take on the obligation to serve the spiritual needs of each parishioner. On the other hand, the parishioner takes on the obligation to support the mission and needs of the parish.
Some people attend Mass at a parish for years without registering and this is why we request it.
Weekly Activities
Monday, October 18 (Office hours 9-4)
9:00am Quilters (D-E) 6:30pm Catholicism with Larry (St. Clare) 7:00pm YAM Chant workshop (Hall)
Tuesday, October 19(Office hours 9-4)
8:30am Daily Mass (Church) 9:30am 3 Philosophies w/ Lyn (St. Clare) 9:30am Tai Chi (Grotto) 6:30pm Men’s CRHP (D-E) 6:30pm Born for This (Hall) 7:00pm Hebrews w/ Judy (St. Clare) 7:00pm YAM - S’more Praise N Worship (Grotto/Padre Pio)
Wednesday, October 20 (Office hours 9-4)
8:30am Daily Mass (Church) 4:30pm Faith Formation (All Classrooms) 6:30pm Early Church with Larry (St. Clare) 7:00pm Faith Formation (All Classrooms) 7:00pm Choir Practice (Church) 7:00pm Security Meeting (Padre Pio)
Thursday, October 21 (Office hours 9-4)
8:30am Daily Mass (Church) 5:00pm Holy Hour w/ Confessions (Church) 6:00pm K of C Officers meeting (B-C) 6:30pm Cub/Boy Scouts (St. Clare, PP)
Friday, October 22 (Office Closed for weekend)
8:30am Mass & Adoration till 3pm (church) 10:30am Mentor Training (A)
Saturday, October 23
7:00am TMIY (St. Clare) 9:00am Finance Council (A) 4:00pm Confessions (Church) 5:00pm Mass (Church) 6:00pm Spaghetti Dinner (Hall)
Sunday, October 24
8:30/10:30 Mass with Bishop Golka (Church) 12:00pm Knights Ceremony (Church) 5:30pm Mass (Church)
Eucharistic Adoration at St. Francis
During Thursday Holy Hour, 5- 6pm & Most Fridays from 9am-3pm
(except when church is in use)
Sacrament of Reconciliation
During the Thursday Holy Hour from 5 - 6pm and on Saturdays from 4 - 4:30pm & anytime by appointment.
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CLERGY Rev. Kenneth Przybyla Ext 101 [email protected] Deacon Andy Berry [email protected] Deacon Rick Bauer, [email protected] Deacon Jerry Lachiewicz, [email protected] MASS SCHEDULE Saturday: 5:00 p.m., Sunday: 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. Nursery is available for Sunday 8:30 &10:30 Livestream Mass available to view from our website as a recording or live at 8:30am. ADORATION Thursdays from 5-6pm during Holy Hour Fridays 9am-3pm (or till 10am if church in use) RECONCILIATION Thursdays from 5-6pm during Holy Hour, Saturdays from 4:00-4:30 pm and by appt. PARISH OFFICE Monday-Thursday 9am - 4pm (closed Fri-Sun) Phone: 719-599-5031, Email: [email protected] Website: www.stfrancisCS.org 2650 Parish View, Colo. Springs, CO 80919 BAPTISM PREPARATION CLASS Classes are held the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. (except May & Dec.). Contact Judy in the parish office to sign up prior to class. PRAYER REQUEST LINE A service for parishioners experiencing hardship such as a serious illness, accident, or family member or friend in peril. For prayers contact Karen Hutcheson at [email protected] or 598-0758. Catholic Church St. Francis of Assisi To be a Eucharistic community blessed by God, called by the Spirit, and sent to love as Jesus loves. COMMUNION TO THE HOMEBOUND Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion who have been trained by Deacon Andy, are authorized to provide communion to the sick & homebound to include care facilities. If anyone is aware of someone who needs communion brought to them, please contact Deacon Andy Berry at (719) 235-7724. Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time - July 25, 2021
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