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St.

Augustine Church, Barberton, OH – September 16, 2018

September 17-23
Monday, September 17 – Weekday
12:05 Stanley & Pauline Meyers
6:00 Confessions

Tuesday, September 18 – Weekday


8:30 School Mass – For the Students & Teachers of St. Augustine School
5:15 Helen Sabol Solosky

Wednesday, September 19 – Weekday


12:05 John Edward & Mary M. Witt

Thursday, September 20 – Sts. Andrew Kim Tae-gon, Priest, & Paul Chong Ha-
sang, & Companions, Martyrs
12:05 Robert Smith

Friday, September 21 – St. Matthew, Apostle & Evangelist


12:05 Rick Bishop
7:00 Prayer Service of healing for the victims of clergy abuse and reparation
for the sin committed against them

Saturday, September 22 – Weekday


8:30 Elizabeth Potter
3:00 Confession
4:00 The People of St. Augustine Church (Fr. Majikas)

Sunday, September 23 – Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time


8:00 Ulichney family (Fr. Browne)
10:30 Joe & Irene Kerekes (Fr. Milton Kiocha)
5:15 Andrew Somercik (Fr. Majikas)

Readings for the Week of September 17


Monday 1 Cor 11:17-26,33, Ps 40:7-8,8-9,10,17, Lk 7:1-10
Tuesday 1 Cor 12:12-14,27-31a, Ps 100:1-2,3,4,5, Lk 7:11-17
Wednesday 1 Cor 12:31-13:13, Ps 33:2-3,4-5,12,22, Lk 7:31-35
Thursday 1 Cor 15:1-11, Ps 118:1-2,16-17,28, Lk 7:36-50
Friday Eph 4:1-7,11-13, Ps 19:2-3,4-5,Mt 9:9-13
Saturday 1 Cor 15:35-37,42-49, Ps 56:10-12,13-14, Lk 8:4-15
Sunday Wis 2:12,17-20, Ps 54:3-4,5,6,8, Jas 3:16-4:3, Mk 9:30-37

346 Holy Hours were kept before the Blessed Sacrament this past week.
We have a new adorer: Carrie Cabot Peterson. Thank you and God bless
you always! Vacancies are still: Sunday 1-2pm and midnight Sunday –
1:00am Monday. “O Divine Jesus, lonely tonight in so many tabernacles,
without visitor or worshipper, I offer thee my poor but loving heart. May its every
beating be a prayer of love for Thee.” (Eucharistic Holy Hour Booklet) We’re asking for
one hour of your week. Our Lord is asking! Make the call 330-690-9661

Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time


Calling ourselves Christian is not sufficient. Allowing Jesus to lead as the Lord is necessary.
Instead of praying for and pleading for what we want, sometimes we will need to suffer and take
up our crosses in order to find abundant life.

(Insert Graphic 2404-0048.tif) Barberton Area Community Ministry items for the Month
of September are Peanut Butter & Jelly. All donations can be placed in the bench in front
of the giving tree in the vestibule of the church. Donations are picked up on Monday
mornings. Thank you again for all your support in helping us serve our brother’s and
sister’s in need.

Please pray for our Sick especially: Betty Bartel, Lisa Gnap, Judy Kriston, Anne
Trischan, Shanon Johnson, Stephen Deibel, Joanne Ramsay, William Bedford, Carol
Garman, Chad Trischan, Pat Shemuga, Helene Van Oss, Paula Collins, Alexandra
Kepler, Gary Reed, Barb Shehan, Joe Patterson III, Lowell Potts, Sandra Walters, Bruce
Hartung, Barb Helms, Nicole Hahn, Tom Abbott, Bob & Patty Moses, Brenda Griffin,
Kelly Ann Eby, Kaleigh Shriver, Dick Buehrle, Pauline Nonno, Allen Weidman, Conner
Beish, Charlie Carroll, Katie Marino, Cheryl Jackson, Roy Smith, Angie Jursik, Vickey
Todd, Jean Stemmer, Tara Ferguson, C.J., Bob Eckert, Paul Moon, James Chalfant,
Lori Meese, Sharon Lohan, Carole Ezell-Bell, Lisa Von Gunten, Julian Gonzalez,
Honey Ann Zagar, Paulette Holland, Carol Newhouse, Carol Grimes, Judy Soltis, Nick
Shirey, Mary Zinkovitch, Ed Brogan, Angela Rollins, John Anzaldi, Gary Morgan,
Linda Thatcher & Amy Brickels

Baptism
Theodore John Lysiak
Son of Jeffrey & Megan (McKee) Lysiak

Rest In Peace

Ivan Morber & Larry Smart


Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord!
Wedding Banns I Cody Michael Duncan & Laura Marie McCune

The priests of St. Augustine are on the emergency call list to Barberton Hospital, they
are only called in cases of emergency. If you are in or have entered the hospital and
would like to be visited by one of our priest’s, please call the rectory at 330-745-0011.
If you have a surgery planned and would like to be anointed, please call prior to
hospitalization as to make sure you receive the sacrament. If there is someone you
know who has been returned to health and can be removed from the sick list, please
contact the rectory.

Time, Talent & Treasure


August 26 September 2
Sunday Offering $ 6,385 $ 6,504
Faith Direct Offering $ 1,794 $ 1,794
Total Offering $ 8,179 $ 8,298

Weekly Budget to meet Operating Cost $ 11,800 $ 11,800


(Shortfall) Overage $ $ (3,621) $ (3,502)

School Support $ 35 $ 689


Capital Support $ 15 $ 225
Endowment Fund $ 255 $ 110
St. Vincent de Paul $ 25 $ 570
Organ Campaign $ 2 $ 201

Organ Campaign Goal $660,000 Year-to-Date $ 620,336

The next round of Euchre will be Friday, October 12 beginning at 6:30pm in the school cafeteria.
Feel free to bring a snack to share, drinks will be provided.

All women in our parish are invited to attend the first Women of Faith meeting for 2018-2019 on
Tuesday, September 18 at 6:30pm in the school cafeteria. Come pray with us to open our
meeting and hear about our plans for the year. Our featured speaker will be Margaret Scott, the
chief assistant prosecutor of Summit County, who will address the topic of SAFETY
AWARENESS AND TIPS for women. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome; bring a
friend.

Mark your calendars…..Tuesday, October 23 there will be a Parish Council meeting


where the parish is invited to attend. Questions must be pre-submitted to Fr. David
to be considered for discussion. Please send them into the rectory by October 8.
There will be no discussion regarding Human Resource matters.
Food, Fellowship and Faith for Adults – Join us Monday, September 17 at D’Agnese’s
at 556 White Pond Drive, Akron. The speaker will be Fr. John
Valencheck, Pastor of St. Sebastian Parish, Akron. The topic will be
“To Judge a Book by its Cover: How to Read Liturgical Art, Statues
and Heraldry. We will be begin at 7:00 pm with Appetizers, 7:30 pm Speaker.
Admission is $10.00 which includes appetizers – Cash bar. Evening is sponsored by
St. Sebastian Parish, Akron.

St. Augustine Men’s Fellowship will meet in the school cafeteria from 7-8:25am on Saturday,
September 22. We will continue our study of the book “The Marian Option” and we will pray a rosary
for Marriage, the Family and World Peace. All men are invited to join us. For questions –call Gib Adolph
at 330-848-1043 or e-mail adolphbiz@email.com.

I scream, you scream...Let’s all scream for ICE CREAM! On Sunday, September 30 following the 10:30
Mass, YOU are invited to our Mum Fest Ice Cream Social on the front lawn of the church, where our
wonderful St. Augustine teachers will be scooping up delightful confections. There is no charge for this
event, but donations of ice cream and cones are humbly requested. Please contact (via phone or text)
Carolyn King ~ Joyful Hearts Ministry (330-234-7302) in advance to donate (preferably by September
28). Thank you!

October is Respect Life month! Due to the increased activity we will NOT hold a meeting of the Culture
of Life in October. We Will be participating the 101 Anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun Rosary Rally
on Saturday, October 13 at Noon. We will finish the month by collecting signatures and donations for
Northeast Ohio Right to Life. You need not donate to sign the petition which will be used to show your
support for life to our state and national legislators. Silence is NOT an option (Proverbs 24:10-
12)"RESCUE those being led away to death..." For more information or to volunteer for either or both
events, please contact Lynn Willig @330-472-9452.

St. Augustine Adult Retreat Save the Date - The annual Adult Evening Retreat will be held on Friday,
October 5, from 5:15-9:30 for all adults. Free babysitting will be offered. This year’s featured speaker
will be Fr. Robert (Bobby) McWilliams, his topic will be Finding Peace. Save the date and invite your
friends! For additional information, contact Jaclyn Snyder at 330-745-1080, dre.staugustine@gmail.com.

Loyola Retreat House Reverse Raffle and Auction will be held on Wednesday,
October 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Guy’s Party Center. This is a great opportunity to win
$3,000 and support Loyola Retreat House. For more information, or to register, to
attend go to www.loyolaretreathouse.com or call 330.896.2315.

Are you interested in taking a closer look at the Gospel of Matthew? You will have a chance
coming up in October, we will study the entire gospel in 7 sessions beginning on October 8 and
finishing on November 19. This “good news” is meant to be our guide and hope. If you are
interested, please call the office to reserve a seat. Bibles are available at the rectory for those
who need one, the first session will cover chapters 1-4.
Picnic and funeral luncheon containers are stacking up at the rectory. Please
stop in it pick yours up as soon as possible. Thanks!

The St. Augustine Funeral Luncheon Ministry is looking for additional teams/members to host
luncheons. This is the perfect opportunity to get a group of friends together (approximately 3-4) to set
up, serve and clean up. Luncheons are on a rotating basis; therefore you may not serve for a month or
so. This ministry is wonderful for families who have just lost a loved one; they can come, enjoy a
wonderful meal and fellowship while not having to worry about a thing. Please consider becoming a
part of a/our team. Contact Mary Smith at 330-882-9417 if you are interested in becoming a member,
you won’t regret it.

Generations of Faith at Immaculate Conception has a new name - Adult Faith


Enrichment! Even though the name has changed, the format and quality will remain
the same. The focus for the 2018-19 year will be on holiness and we will be using
both Bishop Robert Barron's video series, Untold Blessings - 3 Paths to Holiness and
Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation, On the Call to Holiness in Today's
World. Schedules and registration forms may be found on the table in the back of the
church. We invite you to come, learn and grow in your Catholic faith. The first session
will be October 4 “Finding the Center” in Waldeisen Hall from 7-9pm. Bring a dessert
or snack to share…doors open at 6:30pm for fellowship.

You are Joyfully Gifted. Did you know that at birth you were given spiritual gifts, charisms, to
use throughout your life in service to God and others? Do you wonder what they are? Would
you like to know? You are invited to come and see on Saturday, October 6 from 9 am - 3 pm in
Waldeisen Hall at Immaculate Conception. The Joyfully Gifted Retreat will be facilitated by
Terrie Baldwin, Director, Office of Evangelization, Diocese of Cleveland and Michael Schwark,
Pastoral Minister at St. Mary, Hudson. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. A
continental breakfast at 8:30 am, lunch and materials are included. Registration forms may be
found on the table at the back of the church and the deadline for registration is Monday, October
1st. Join with others in a day of discovery and insight!

Mark your calendars….Tuesday, November 27 is Northeast Ohio’s


Online Day of Catholic Giving. The goal of the day to is raise public
awareness and funds for Catholic organizations through Northeast
Ohio. Secure, tax-deductible donations to participating Catholic
schools, parishes, Catholic Charities sites/programs, special ministries, and nonprofits affiliated
with the Diocese of Cleveland will be accepted on weGiveCatholic.org during a 24 hour period.