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  • St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church 271 WINCHESTER STREET WARRENTON, VIRGINIA 20186

    PASTOR Rev. James R. Gould

    PAROCHIAL VICAR Rev. Kevin J. Fimian

    SPANISH APOSTOLATE Rev. Henry Rivera 540-325-4568

    DEACONS Rev. Mr. J. D. Williams Rev. Mr. Don Libera

    Rev. Mr. Daniel Resendes (Ret.)

    SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM Second & Fourth Sundays at 2:00 pm. Preparation is required. Contact Olivia McDonough at (540) 347-2922, ext. 201 to make arrangements.

    SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE Couples wishing to be married MUST contact the Parish Office at least six months prior to wedding or making any wedding arrangements.

    Para Informacion en Espanol, Llame 540-347-2922.

    SICK CALLS Please notify the Parish Office for visits and/or Communion calls to the sick and shut-ins.

    BULLETIN DEADLINE Submissions are due in writing at 4:00 pm Thursday, ten days prior to the Sunday of publication. All pulpit announcement requests for the following Sunday must be submitted in writing by 12:00 noon, Thursday.

    SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 540-270-6774

    FACILITIES SCHEDULING Use of all facilities must be scheduled through the Parish Office.

    TWENTY-FIFH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME

    SEPTEMBER 18, 2016

    MASS SCHEDULE

    Saturday Vigil........ 5:00 & 7:00 pm (Spanish)

    Sunday ..............................7:30, 9:00, 10:45 am, 12:30 & 5:30 pm

    Weekdays .................................... 6:30 & 8:30 am (Saturday 8:30 am only)

    Holy Days as Announced CONFESSIONS Wednesday................................................ 8:00 pm Saturday ..................... 9:00 am, 4:00 - 5:00 pm Sunday .................... hour before every Mass

    Spanish Sabados ....................................................... 6:30 pm PASTORAL STAFF (540)-347-2922 Office Manager Mrs. Rosemary Coakley................. ext. 202

    Director of Music Mr. James W. Noakes ............................ext. 206

    Director of Religious Education Mrs. Sherin Murphy................................ext. 209

    Youth Director Ms. Ceci Galvin..........................................ext. 208

    Receptionist/Recepcionista & Bulletin Editor Mrs. Olivia McDonough.................. ext 201

    School Principal Mr. Temple Macdonald ..........(540)347-2458

    Director of Pre-School Mrs. Julie Copeland ..................(540)347-5341

    PARISH REGISTRATION If you live within our parish boundaries and have not yet registered, please contact the parish office.

    How lovely is Your dwelling place, O Lord God of Hosts. How lovely is Your dwelling place, O Lord God of Hosts.

    Psalm 84:1 Psalm 84:1

    PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday ................................................................ 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

    Phone........................540-347-2922 Fax........................... 540-347-1274

    On the web ...................................................................................... www.sje1.org

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    Weekly Goal $ 30,000 Weekly Offertory Sep 4 $ 23,535 Weekly Offertory Sep 11 $ 21,323 Faith Direct* $ 7,969 Total Weekly Offertory w/FD Sep 4 $ 31,504 Total Weekly Offertory w/FD Sep 11 $ 29,292 + / -- for the week Sep 4 +$ 1,504 + / -- for the week Sep 11 -$ 708.00 Poor Box for the week Sep 4 & 11 $ 824.14 Thank you for your generosity!!! Contributions via Faith Direct are deposited in the parish bank account once a month. The total deposit in September designated for Offertory of $31,879 has been divided by four and added to the weekly totals. Original Church loan value: $1,858,878 Current Church loan value: $ 414,217 RETIRE THE DEBT (RTD) UPDATE Monthly payment on loan $ 25,000.00 RTD Collection September $ 11,831.00 +/- -$ 13,169.00 Note: A minus figure must be made up through church Funds generally used for other ministries Please do not use tape on envelopes, it is not necessary.

    Monday ~ 09/19/16 6:30am P.J. Kidwell + 8:30am Brenda Warren + Tuesday ~ 09/20/16

    6:30am John Ragusa + 8:30am Tom Walbroehl +

    Wednesday ~ 09/21/16 6:30am Vince Agostino + 8:30am Vince Agostino +

    Thursday ~ 09/22/16 6:30am Archie Jagger +

    8:30am Tom Walbroehl + Friday ~ 09/23/16

    6:30am Vincent Agostino + 8:30am In Thanksgiving for

    prayers answered Saturday ~ 09/24/16

    8:30am Judith Ann White Vigil 5:00pm Florence Sharkey + Spanish 7:00pm Ellen-Jane & William Pairo

    Sunday ~ 09/25/16 7:30am James & Helen Aldrich + 9:00am Delia McGovern +

    10:45am Ted Pechie 12:30pm Monica James +

    5:30pm Debra Kumpel

    MEETINGS AND ACTIVITIES FOR THIS WEEK

    Sunday, September 18 Confessions hour before every Mass Adult Disc. ~ 10:00am KofC Social Room Youth Group ~ 6:30-8:30pm Youth Room Confirmation 2017 Mtg ~ 2:00pm Trinity Hall

    Monday, September 19

    Legion of Mary ~ 9:45am Mercy Hall

    Tuesday, September 20 Rosary for Our Country ~ 8:00am Church E.S.O.L. ~ 6:30pm Parish Office EMBERS practice ~ 4:00pm Mercy Hall

    Wednesday, September 21

    Eucharist Adoration ~ 9:00am 8:00pm Confessions ~ 8:00pm Miraculous Medal Novena ~ 7:00pm Church A.A. Meeting ~ 8:00pm Mercy Hall RCIA ~ 7:00pm St. Johns Art Room

    Thursday, September 22

    Eucharist Adoration ~ 9:00am to 8:00am Friday EMBERS practice ~ 4:00pm Mercy Hall E.S.O.L. ~ 6:30pm Parish Office

    Friday, September 23

    Eucharistic Adoration ~ 9:00am 8:00am Sat. Legion of Mary Jr. ~ 4:00-7:00pm Parish Office Year of Faith ~ 7:00pm St. Johns School Library

    Saturday, September 24

    Confessions ~ 9am and 4:00pm Legion of Mary ~ 8:00am Mercy Hall

    Sunday, September 25

    Confessions hour before every Mass Baptisms ~ 2:00pm Church Caf ~ 8:30am Mercy Hall Adult Disc. ~ 10:00am KofC Social Room Youth Group ~ 6:30-8:30pm Youth Room

    Celebrating a Silver or Golden Wedding

    Anniversary This Year? Were you married in 1966 or 1991? Then join Bishop S. Loverde for the 2016 Marriage Jubilee Mass to be celebrated on Sunday, October 16th at 2:30pm at The Cathedral of Saint Thomas More in Arlington, VA. Contact the parish office to register no later than September 23rd. For more info, visit www.arlingtondiocese.org/MJM.

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    Please let us know when your loved ones have returned home safely. Thank you! Please Pray For Our Men And Women In The Service Of Our Country: Michael ONeal, Frank Snyder, Kirt & Mark Wlaschin, Dan Flatley, Joseph Wheeler, Lewis Shadle, Timothy OBryant, Sigfredo Quiles, Chris Hawks, Jimmy Topper, Stephen Hacker, Chase Villavicencio, Mason Mugnolo, Douglas Sherman, Ashley Parker, Kevin Koehr, John Crosby, Matthew Fisher, Sgt. Eric Schneider, Sean Breen, John C. Orban, Stefan Theriault, Hayden & Andy Howell, Zach Angell, Nicholas Castelli, Andrew Wing, Patrick Drury, James B. Lewis, Thomas Richardson, Ryan Foley, Shahin Uddin, Michael Lewis, Ensign Daniel Evans, Ensign Ryan Costa, Tommy Conrath, Capt. Jeff Gunlicks, 1st Lt. David Lemelin, Stephanie Miller, Kaleb Bishop, Nicholas Lakey, USAF, Lt. Gunnar Carroll USArmy, LT Brendan OBoyle, Lt. Matt Hassan, !st Lt. Kevin Sipple

    PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK OF OUR PARISH Charles Phillips, Amy G., John Shepherd, Shawn Cooper, Frances Centanni, Peggy Dearden, Peter Anthony, Cindy Goletz, Emily Winkler, Thomas Stanley, Thomas Stanley Jr., Irene Petersen, Richard McMullen, Virginia Staats, Dorothy Laster, George Rosenberger, Loretto Sullivan, Jerry McPherson, Jack Britton, Jillian Simonson, Jeffrey Stonerock, Florence Grabowicz, Sadie Brooks, Cynthia Bailey, Tyler Golden, Arleen Harris, Caroline OGrady, Sister Mariangeles Lutz, George Chapman, Lee Garneau, Robin Collins, Louis Raymond, Sharon Simpson, Ann Carroll, Peter Fisher, Margaret Regis, Charles Prizmonte, Polly OMeara, Andrew Schwartz, Randy Creel, Juan Arroyo, Martha Miller, Bill Flook, Ines Goncalves, Carol Begley, Kim Smith, Ivy Thompson, Sharon Lively, Karina Schulte, Elias Schulte, Greg Taylor, Phil Doucet, Mary Van Schaick, Sue Kemper, Rob Sylcox, Phil Morris, Marissa Jackson, Ida Klepper, Gene Bailey, Logan Andrzejewski, Frances Collins, Dave McNichol, Amelia Szafir, Dave Davis, Sara Marino, Carol Peters, Mike Cobb, Jane Ericson, Edna ODonnell, Marisa Gottschalk, Connor Keating, Kyle Pinelli, Joaquin Archilla, Richard Stouffer, Robert Poff, Crystale Smith, Gloribeth Perez, Ronald Green, Joe Kowalewski, Julie Radzville, Ellen Khoury, Rose Howard, John & Gloria Knight, George Ward, Gunther Morse, John Biegert, Rod Beran, Beverly Gaunt, Joe Guerrero, Nora Ann Bernet, Elaine Watkins, Anthony Pizzo, Jim Simpson, Lorrie McClure, Jolynn Desch, Anne H. Gay, Donovan Griffin, Ray Young, John Guyant, John Bahosky, J.D. Jeter, Peter Romero, Bernie Boteler, Joseph Angoco, Vivian Holmes, Garnet Lake, Fr. Joseph Clark, Pat Sampsell, Catharine Ogilvie, Mark Ogilvie, Mike Soderman, Julie & Mac Basinski, Pam Gay, Guillermina Veladiz, Sister Louise Benecke, Raymonde Thompson, Michelle Frazier, Glorybeth Smith, Jean Kowalewski, Susan Stroud, Paula Todd, Janet Wiebler, Mary Curtis, John McMahon, Jenna McMahon, Phyllis Zwirko, Anne Hartz, Jacque Ogilvie, Bob Brann, Paul Prizmonte, Tim Firebaugh, Bonnie Fogelberg, Rod Frazier, Annette Fontaine, Timothy Forster, Armando Archivaldo, Caleb Frazier, Louise Costas, David Jerge, Readine Owens, Kathy Smith, Cathy Stouffer, Nicholas Stoud, Frank Cocast, Freddy Godfrey, Mercedes Wazowski, Aidan Frazier, Tessie Pozo-Olano, Marki Cena, Anne Hartz, Elizabeth Frazier, Irene Coyne, Gary Jenkins Jr., Eileen Mozucha, Bonnie Frazier, Juliette Sandberg, James Baratka, Susan Kip, Sr. Marcia Britton

    JESUS I TRUST IN YOU Can you not keep watch with

    Me for one hour? Please join members of the parish in a Holy

    Hour from 3:00-4:00pm every Friday, for the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and the Mercy Stations of the Cross during Eucharistic Adoration. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy is also prayed every morning after the 8:30 am Mass, Monday through Thursday during the school year and additionally after the 8:30 am Mass on Friday mornings during the summer months. If you cannot be present to pray with us at the parish at these times, simply join in prayer with us spiritually by briefly thinking of our Lords Passion & Death every day at 3:00pm and especially on Fridays at 3:00pm by simply praying the words, Jesus I Trust in You. Donna Marie Stanislaw

    EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Jesus concealed in the Host is everything to me. From the tabernacle I draw strength, power, courage, and light. Here, I seek consolation in time of

    anguish. (Diary, 1037 of St. Faustina) Please prayerfully consider committing to a weekly hour with Our Lord. You will be amazed! We are in need of committed Adorers for the following hours: Wednesdays 9am 10am, 5pm 6pm; Fridays 11am noon, 1pm 2pm, 4pm 5pm, 11pm midnight. Please contact Teresa Letteri (540-287-2870 or [email protected]) or Christy Williams (540-788-4560 or [email protected]).

    Noticias para la comunidad hispana: Confesiones todos los sbados a las 6:30pm Misa en espaol todos los sbados a las 7pm Sacramento del Bautismo: La clase se imparte el primer sbado de cada mes, la clase es requerida antes de recibir o participar de este sacramento. Los padres y padrinos deben asistir a la clase. Por favor de llamar a 540-347-2922 Ext. 211 para registrarse.

    Rosary Group Meets monthly for prayer, food and fellowship. Contact Tammy Anzenberger @ [email protected] for times and locations.

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    Dear Folks,

    Tis that time of year. First, the bishop turned seventy-six last week. May God bless him with continued health and authentic holiness. Now the rest. Fr. Fimian and I are

    hearing Confessions at school and CCD. Back to school night is a scant thirty six hours away. Confirmation interviews are finishing up for the eighth graders before the bishop comes for Confirmation next month. The Redskins are up and moving, if not running. The little finishing school next to St. Marys, in South Bend, has a football team that is also up and walking. Hmm? It is going to be a long Fall season. Ok, Ok, Ok. Fair play, my White Sox are dead in the water and wont be going to the World Series this year. But, we who believe in the resurrection know they will be backone day. Ha! Ha! Ha! Speaking of fall. Oktoberfest is just around the corner. The ladies Maybach recently assured me that forty homemade German pies will be offered for the big event. Yeah Boy! Nothing better than a homemade pie. Going to Chez Maybach is like going home. Best home cooking, with plenty to go around. The only difference from home is I dont get a lecture about losing weight after the fabulous feast is finished. Ha! Ha! Ha! This weekend the kids in the parish Youth Group will be talking before all the Masses. It is a quick opportunity to say thank you to everyone in supporting their efforts in going to the diocesan work camp a few months ago. You know, it is good, and very important, to assist in the work camp projects. It takes us out of the comfortable box that is our wonderful community to find Christ among the broken and the poor. The kids did well and could never have done it without the support of the parish. It is appropriate, for them to say Thank You to the people who got them there. God bless the people whose lives they touched. Where but for the grace of God goes any one of us. Let us pray for one another. Speaking of Outside the Box, please watch for notices in the bulletin from the Knights of Columbus on collecting goods for the people in Louisiana. In case you are wondering the hurricane season for Louisiana carries for another six weeks. The nightmare of the floods is not over yet. I am also reminded of the stories of water-moccasins (large and deadly snakes) and alligators wandering in the flood zoneswarranting the carrying of guns for personal protection. Oh, my heavens. Alligators. Collegiate answer: Two of the great adventures in ancient archeology deal with finding the Ark of Covenant, containing the tablets for the Ten Commandments and finding the head of St. John the Baptist. Pope Benedict XVI holds that the head on display in San Silvestro in Capite in Rome is that of John the Baptist. For another interesting version please look up: http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/the-head-of-st-john-the-baptist-at-amiens-cathedral. And now the rest of the story. Pope St. Sylvester I, was the Pope who baptized the Emperor Constantine, whom he healed of Leprosy. In Capite refers to The first, in the Popes title. Collegiate question: In honor of the Knights of Columbus efforts for Louisiana, how many different types of alligators exist in the world and where do they live? Dont ask Tarzan. Only Johnny Horton, in his famous Battle for New Orleans, knows for sure? Good hunting

    Fr. Gould

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    Greetings, I hope all is well with you and yours. Mrs. Copeland (pre-school director) and I will have a booth set-up from7:30-12:00pmonSunday, September 11for

    the Ministry Fair. If you would like some additional information about SJES, please know that we would be happy to discuss all that St. John the Evangelist has to offer! Secondly, we will host our annual Back to School Night on Wednesday, September 14th at 7:00pmin Trinity Hall. The PTO will discuss their current financial status and elaborate on some upcoming events and fundraisers aimed at generating additional income for future school initiatives. After my brief presentation, parents will have the opportunity to visit their child/ren classroom and learn about the curriculum and other educational opportunities that are available at SJES. Our first round of online standardized testing will begin on Monday, September 11th. Please aid our instructional efforts by ensuring that our students are present, focused, and well-rested. This will act as a baseline so we can monitor student growth over the first semester, these results will serve as a resource to recognize strengths and identify potential areas for growth. May we continue to grow in God's grace and wisdom.

    St. John the Evangelist Preschool/Pre-Kindergarten:

    Welcome to all of our Preschool families!! The Preschool Handbook,

    Orientation letter and other forms needed for the start of Preschool have been sent via email to all enrolled families. If you have not received it please let us know. Our first scheduled event for Preschool is our Welcome Back to School celebration on Thursday, September 22nd at 10:30am in Mercy Hall.

    St. Johns School Extended Day Program

    is looking for staff members for their morning and afternoon programs. The morning shift runs Monday-Friday 6:15am until 8:00am and the afternoon shift runs Monday-Friday 2:45pm-6:00pm. Starting wage is $9/hr. Applicants must be at least 18yrs of age & complete VIRTUS training. Staff will be trained in CPR and First Aid. This is a great way to get to know the wonderful students at our school and amazing staff of St. Johns. If interested please contact Shannon Lomax at [email protected]

    St. Johns MOMs group is starting up with an interest meeting and play time for the little ones on Wednesday, September 21 at 9:30 AM in Mercy Hall. Come meet other moms of the parish, and let your little ones meet some new friends as well! Refreshments will be served. For more information contact Jessica Smolinski 703-589-2400 or Allison Mitchell at 540-219-7526.

    Rel ig ious Ed Parents are expected to read the

    bulletin each week and to check the parish website to stay informed of upcoming events. All students in grades 1-12 who are not attending a Catholic school should be enrolled in RE classes. We offer Kindergarten classes during all 4 sessions. Please check the website for updates on class availability. These classes are now full: Sunday, Session A Grades 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 & 8 Monday, Session D Grades 6, 7 & 8 Registrations are still being accepted for all grades in Sessions B (11am on Sundays) and Session C (3:45pm on Sundays)! Pre-printed St. Johns RE Family registrations forms are available at the parish office. For this year, we will have the following four Sessions for grades K-8:

    Session A: Sunday 9:15am-10:30am Session B: Sunday 11am 12:15:pm Session C: Sunday 3:45pm 5pm Session D: Monday 5pm 6:15pm

    High School grades 9-12 will continue to have classes at these times:

    Sunday 4pm 5pm Monday 5pm 6pm Monday 7pm 8pm

    YEAR OF FAITH DISCUSSIONS Father Gould will lead our next discussion in the School Library on Friday, September 23, at 7:00 p.m.We will be discussing Vibrant Paradoxes, the most recent book by Bishop Robert Barron, who has been described as the most readable and delightful Catholic essayist alive. It is not too late to join the discussion. For a copy of the book or further information, send an email to [email protected] or call 540-272-0742.

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    C o n f i r m a t i o n 2 0 1 6 We dne sda y, Oc tobe r 19 t h a t 7 :3 0 pm

    Congratulations to Jeanelly Ponce, Joseph Poff, Gabrielle Flook, Michael Storey, Ronan Fox, Rock Hockman, Jesus Sandoval-Arellano, Gillian Royal and Eric Schuster, who have completed and turned in all of her Confirmation requirements!

    Way to go!!!! + Our Confirmation Retreat for those who have completed their interviews will be held on Sunday 10/2 starting at 10 am in The Youth Room and we will be going to the Basilica. All permission forms for this trip must be turned in to the RE Office before Sept. 27th. + Dont forget to turn in your Confirmation Robe Order form which needs to be completed and returned with any outstanding payment to the RE Office by October 1st. + Confirmation Practice for Confirmandi and Sponsors (or parents who need to step in) will be held Sunday, October 16th beginning in Mercy Hall at 7pm.

    + Confirmation will be at 7:30pm on Wednesday, October 19th. All Confirmandi must be in Mercy Hall at 6:30pm.

    ______________________________________________

    Confirmation 2017 There will be a meeting for all 2017 Confirmandi and parents on Sunday 9/18 at 2pm in Trinity Hall. Confirmation Packets will be handed out! FYI - Confirmation students can volunteer up to 7 hours with Oktoberfest! So be sure to sign-up by visiting the parish web page at www.sje1.org and clicking on the Oktoberfest link found there

    The Secular Franciscan Order: (3rd order of St. Francis)

    Who are we? We are Catholic lay people from various walks of life, mothers, fathers, single, nurses, lawyers, writers, etc. What do we do? We meet in fraternity once a month to pray & study the rule given to lay people by St. Francis himself and to support each other in Gospel living. Interested? Come and See! Call Toya Finzel, OFS @ 540-937-9805.

    Legion of Mary A Catholic Lay apostolate that performs both spiritual and corporal Works of Mercy. Meetings are Monday morning at 9:45 AM in Mercy Hall, Monday evening at 7 PM in the Parish Center and 4:45 on Friday afternoon for children in the Parish Center. For more information contact: Mary Bowes @ 540-439-0340

    RCIA: Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

    Please contact the Religious Ed Office at 347-2922 x209 if you are interested in becoming Catholic or if you are an adult who needs to be confirmed. Through a process of discernment, prayer, education, and sharing with others on the journey, these adults prepare to become Catholics and the entire SJE parish community rejoices with them. Preparation sessions are held on Wednesday evenings in the St. John Schools Art Room from 7 to 8pm. Classes have started but you are welcome to join us now through the weeks after Easter.

    Lectors Needed! St. Johns is in need of additional volunteers to serve as lectors for the Saturday evening and Sunday Masses. The Saturday Mass is at 5:00pm and the Sunday Masses are at 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:45am and 12:30pm. If you are interested or know of anyone interested in volunteering for this very important ministry, please contact Bob Beecher at 703-577-1964 or [email protected] for more information.

    Celebrating 25 Years of Support Two weeks to go until we show pregnant women in our community that we support them! Be sure to get your sponsors to pledge for the FRPCs annual Walk for Life on October 1 (9:30am registration begins; 10:00am Walk Kick-off). Obtain pledge forms at the Front Royal Pregnancy Center @ 11 S. Royal Ave. OR Register on-line at : www.frpcwalkforlive.com. The Walk is just one easy mile for you, but it means the world to the women, babies and families helped by the FRPC. Please like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/frpcwalkforlife. Witness to life with your feet! (And remember to pray for the Walk, too!)

    SEPARATED? DIVORCED? WIDOWED? Coping, a six week recovery program for separated, divorced, widowed individuals, begins on Sunday evening, October 16, 2016 from 6 8 pm. At St. Phillips Catholic Church in Falls Church, VA and is designed to help individuals get through the trauma of losing a spouse to separation, divorce or death. Cost is $5 per session, payable at the door. For more information about Coping, call Gerri Ellenberger 703-670-4845 or Mike Bermudez 703-577-8204.

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    Are You Interested in Learning more about the Bible?

    New this Year! Study the Bible at your own pace

    and at home. Parishioners, family and friends, and even new friends can sign up to watch the videos online and get together for discussions at any time and place they wish. The bible studies to be made available are listed below.

    Whenyou visit the parish website www.sje1.org and click on the Adult Bible Study picture it will take you to a page with available studies. Then click on the title of a bible study and you will find the link to sign up for the Bible studies that St. John's is making available. Once you log in and purchase the study materials, you will be able to watch the videos at your convenience. Please look for future studies in upcoming bulletins and on the parish website.

    These Studies were designed to form a solid foundation for an ongoing parish Bible Study program. We hope to add other studies in the future. If you have any questions, please call the Religious Ed office at 540-347-2922 x209.

    The first Study, started in October, was The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation. The 24 lessons in

    The Bible Timeline guide the student of Scripture through the reading of the biblical narrative.

    In 2013, Matthew: The King and his Kingdom, another 24-part study, was the follow-up to the Scripture narrative in The Bible Timeline. The gospel of Matthew

    explores the life and mission of Jesus. Following Matthew was Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom **in 2014. This study shows how the Church continued the work of Christ after the coming of the

    Holy Spirit. ** Available here soon

    In the early summer of 2015 we offered Mary: A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother in one day. This study is an extraordinary pilgrimage that reveals

    Mary's unique role in God's Kingdom and in our lives.

    In the fall of 2015 Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come an 11 part study showed us how the kingdom established by Christ in his Church is intimately

    connected with the kingdom of heaven. In this study you will discover what the mysterious figures and images of Revelation mean. You will see how Revelation is more than an apocalyptic vision of the "end times." It is a revelation of God as our Divine Bridegroom and the Church as his spotless Bride, forever united in a heavenly, holy, and mystical marriage that we enter into

    every time we celebrate the Mass.

    In 2016 the Bible Study group covered James: Pearls for Wise Living described as a book of wisdom.

    James is a compilation of teachings intended to help the fledgling church in the face of persecution.

    YOUNG @ All over 55 are welcome. We meet the first Friday of each month at Mercy Hall at 9:15am. No dues or fund raisers. Sharing in fellowship, prayer, guest speakers, games, friendship, & travels. (You do not need to belong to [email protected] to join us on our trips). We welcome your ideas & suggestions. For info: contact Marianne Boston 540-347-5718 or Michelle Dawson-Powell 571-213-1847 Co-Chairs. EUCHRE 6:30 PM 1st Weds in the Knights Social Hall. Contact Doris 540-341-3482. BRIDGE 1:00 PM second Mondays, Ledos back room-lunch at 12: noon contact Jill 540-347-4130. BRIDGE Second Weds, 6:30 PM Knights Social Hall, contact Jill 540-347-4130. Mah Jong Third Thursday, 1:00PM Ledos back room, contact Mahala 540-349-9756. 9 Day New England and Canada cruise is being planned again with the [email protected] for next June 29th, 2017. Inside Cabin is starting at $1196.00p.p. This includes port and tax charges. The R.C.C.L. Grandeur of the Seas leaves from Baltimore. The ship fills up fast and the prices will go up. So many missed out because of this last June. Call Mahala Monteleone @ 540-349-9756.

    GIFT SHOP AND LIBRARY ~ The Sacred Heart Gift Shop and library will be open Tuesdays

    10:30am-12:30pm, Wednesdays 10am-1:30pm/2:00pm-4pm, Thursdays 12:30 2:30pm, Fridays 10am-2:30pm. We will also keep it open on Sundays from 10am 12pm or if you prefer by appointment then you can call Marion Phillips at 703-517-0177. Thanks for your support. Attention: Many thanks to those who have answered my call for volunteers!

    MUSIC CORNER

    Choir Schedule: Adult Choir Rehearsal: Thursdays, 7:30 pm in Church, beginning Sept. 8 and 10:45 Mass on Sundays, beginning Sept. 11 Children's Choir Rehearsal: Fridays at 3:30 pm in the school, beginning Sept 16 and 9:00 am Mass on Sundays, beginning Sept 11. Saturday Vigil Mass Rehearsals: Saturday, 4:00 pm in the church. For all of the above contact: James Noakes: 347-2922, x206 [email protected] Sunday Evening Mass Rehearsals: Sunday, 3:30pm in the Church. Ken Galvin: [email protected]

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    Knights Roundtable http://www.kofc5561.org/ Encounter the Lord via the Knights of Columbus

    As a Knight you can choose the projects with which you wish to be involved in within your own community. What is more, the Order is dedicated to family life and the many benefits it offers. From insurance to scholarships to service and social activities and programs, all are open to the whole family.

    A Knights service will change families for a lifetime. Go to www.kofc5561.org/join-us .

    Upcoming events for September 22 SEP, Thu, 6:30 pm Council Business Meeting -

    Council Chambers 24 SEP, Sat & Sun, Knights Sub Sandwich Sales

    Following each Mass 30 SEP, Fri, Start of 37th Oktoberfest St Johns

    School & Field; White Elephant Sale Mercy Hall

    Knights in Action VolTran, the charitable organization in our region providing transportation support to the elderly and others in serious need, is inviting potential new volunteers. If youre interested in becoming a volunteer, please call PGK Bob Bodenschatz, Council 5561 Community Director and VolTran Board of Directors member, at 703-403-9556. Council 5561 Charity Golf Tournament for Feed the Hungry Mark your calendar, clean your clubs and gather a team to play at the Councils annual Golf Tournament on Fri, Oct 21 at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club. Tee time at 9 am. All proceeds will go to support our Feed the Hungry program. Registration is now open. Please sign up online at: http://www.planmygolfevent.com/29881-fth For those who cannot join us on the course, the above link allows online donations. We are also seeking additional tournament sponsors. See the links if your business can support.

    Light Weigh God has the answers for our weight, food struggle, and all temptations! A new Light Weigh CLASSIC session is starting below Mercy Hall on Wednesdays from 6-8pm. Light Weigh is a 12 week Catholic Bible Study DVD program recommended by priests, doctors, nurses & Prevention Magazine for weight loss and health. There are no weigh-ins. Visit www.lightweigh.com and click on Light Weigh One King Orientation Video on the right side of the screen. Interested in joining? Please contact Sue Cook (349-9203) to order your program materials and begin this life changing program!

    THE WOMEN OF ST JOHN greatly appreciate the support that the parish has always given to all of our previous collection drives. The 2016-2017 schedule of collections is the following:

    September and October sundries (sample size soap, shampoo, cream rinse, and hand lotion)

    October and November hats, mittens, gloves, and socks, for school age children

    December and January calendars These items are distributed to elementary schools, shelters, nursing homes and other organizations serving those in need. We thank you for your continued generosity.

    Over the past few weeks, the Youth Ministry kids have been getting to know not just each other, but also ourselves and how we fit into Christs plan for His Church. One of the things we discussed was service to one another, and how seizing the opportunity to help out our brother and sisters and Christ can help us to become the best versions of ourselves. Speaking of volunteer opportunitiesour first big one is coming up! The Youth Group has been asked to help man the cotton-candy/popcorn/snow-cone tent for the St. Johns 37th annual Oktoberfest; a wonderful venue that raises funds for the parish and enables hundreds of people to gather together to enjoy fun German Polka music, play games, have their faces hilariously painted, and more. What better way to jump right into parish life? If you are able to volunteer,or woulk like more information, email Ceci Galvin at [email protected]

    Society of St. Vincent de Paul Who are Vincentians? Vincentians are ordinary, everyday people desiring to fulfill Christs command to love God and

    our neighbor. Vincentians lead ordinary, everyday live in every imaginable line of work or in retirement! Vincentians are not necessarily trained in any field of social work. Vincentians are people who are willing to give at least a little of themselves in service to others. Vincentians are people, who, for 183 years, have met to grow spiritually and to find ways to help those most in need. A Vincentian may well be sitting next to you at Mass, or standing behind you at the grocery store. In short, YOU could be a Vincentian! We need your help in keeping this ministry a vital part of our parish. Please consider joining us in our mission of charity. For more information, please call Jim Gannon, President 540-522-4449 or [email protected]

    540-270-6774 http://stjohntheevangelistsvdp.blogspot.com

    Follow us @ SVDPStJohns

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  • St. John the Evangelist Weekly Bulletin Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    www.sje1.org

    The 37th annual St. Johns Oktoberfest will be held on Friday & Saturday, 30 Sept. & 1 Oct. from 4 9 pm.

    This is a great parish and community event. It is also St. John's largest annual fundraiser. Proceeds benefit St. John's Parish and School, Youth

    Group, and Trail Life Troop as well as assist the needy in our area through the St. Vincent de Paul Society,

    Online volunteer signups are back! Please go to stjohntheevangelist.org and scroll down and click on the OKTOBERFEST section to sign up to help at this year's Oktoberfest. Once in the sign-up website, choose a tab from the top to select the shifts of your choice. Many, many volunteers are still needed!

    Volunteering at the Oktoberfest is a great opportunity for teens in need of service hours.

    White Elephant Donations: Please contact Woody and Mary Berzins at 540-439-4566

    Silent Auction Donations (Due by Sept. 9): Please contact Terrie Sickler at 571-436-1187 or Sally Lilley at 540-937-8907 Craft Vendor Registration: Please contact Stephanie Phillips at [email protected] More information: Please see www.warrentonoktoberfest.org or contact John and Charlotte Guyant on 540-347-1943 or e-mail [email protected]

    A Community Sale like no other

    Oktoberfests White Elephant Sale You can make a real

    difference in helping those youll never meet. The White Elephant Sale depends on two things, items to sell and lots of buyers. For the first, theres still time to deliver donated items on Wed, Sep 28 from 9 am - 9 pm to Mercy Hall. Next, bring your neighbors and friends for some fun shopping on Fri, 9 am to 6 pm Sep 30 and Sat, 9 am to 3 pm Oct 1 in Mercy Hall. Thanks to all the signed up volunteers or who contacted the coordinators Mary & Woody Berzins at 540-439-4566. Some sale shifts still need to be covered. Volunteers with trucks to pick up goods before the sale are needed, and some volunteers for Sat afternoon hours to clean up after the sale.

    All proceeds go to St. Johns School and parish programs, making your generosity in donating and/or buying items gratefully appreciated. Remaining items will be donated as part of the continuing parish relief effort for the LA flood disaster families.

    Family Commitment Prayer God, our Father, through

    the Holy Sacrament of Marriage you have blessed

    us and bestowed on us the gift of families in different shapes and sizes. You created the family to be the image of the love and unity revealed to us in the Blessed Trinity. We commit ourselves to model that love and unity in our daily lives and in all our relationships. Guide us on our journey as we read and reflect on your Holy Word. By your Word we are transformed so that, by our witness, we may become leaven for the transformation of the world. May the Holy Spirit, who dwells within us through our Baptism, shine through our interactions within our family and through our encounters with others. May all families within our parish become hearers and followers of the Word, so that our parish family might mirror the love and unity of the, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever, Amen.

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St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church 271 WINCHESTER STREET WARRENTON, VIRGINIA 20186 PASTOR Rev. James R. Gould PAROCHIAL VICAR Rev. Kevin J. Fimian SPANISH APOSTOLATE Rev. Henry Rivera 540-325-4568 DEACONS Rev. Mr. J. D. Williams Rev. Mr. Don Libera Rev. Mr. Daniel Resendes (Ret.) SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM Second & Fourth Sundays at 2:00 pm. Preparation is required. Contact Olivia McDonough at (540) 347-2922, ext. 201 to make arrangements. SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE Couples wishing to be married MUST contact the Parish Office at least six months prior to wedding or making any wedding arrangements. Para Informacion en Espanol, Llame 540-347-2922. SICK CALLS Please notify the Parish Office for visits and/or Communion calls to the sick and shut-ins. BULLETIN DEADLINE Submissions are due in writing at 4:00 pm Thursday, ten days prior to the Sunday of publication. All pulpit announcement requests for the following Sunday must be submitted in writing by 12:00 noon, Thursday. SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 540-270-6774 FACILITIES SCHEDULING Use of all facilities must be scheduled through the Parish Office. TWENTY-FIFH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME SEPTEMBER 18, 2016 MASS SCHEDULE Saturday Vigil ........ 5:00 & 7:00 pm (Spanish) Sunday .............................. 7:30, 9:00, 10:45 am, 12:30 & 5:30 pm Weekdays .................................... 6:30 & 8:30 am (Saturday 8:30 am only) Holy Days as Announced CONFESSIONS Wednesday ................................................ 8:00 pm Saturday ..................... 9:00 am, 4:00 - 5:00 pm Sunday ....................½ hour before every Mass Spanish Sabados ....................................................... 6:30 pm PASTORAL STAFF (540)-347-2922 Office Manager Mrs. Rosemary Coakley ................. ext. 202 Director of Music Mr. James W. Noakes ............................ext. 206 Director of Religious Education Mrs. Sherin Murphy................................ext. 209 Youth Director Ms. Ceci Galvin..........................................ext. 208 Receptionist/Recepcionista & Bulletin Editor Mrs. Olivia McDonough.................. ext 201 School Principal Mr. Temple Macdonald ..........(540)347-2458 Director of Pre-School Mrs. Julie Copeland ..................(540)347-5341 PARISH REGISTRATION If you live within our parish boundaries and have not yet registered, please contact the parish office. “How lovely is Your dwelling place, O Lord God of Hosts.” “How lovely is Your dwelling place, O Lord God of Hosts.” Psalm 84:1 Psalm 84:1 PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday ................................................................ 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Phone........................ 540-347-2922 Fax........................... 540-347-1274 On the web ...................................................................................... www.sje1.org
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