October 12, 2014 - St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church

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St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church / Iglesia Católica San Francisco de Asís
Mass Intentions & Scripture Readings
Calendar of Events
October 12—October 19, 2014
Mon., October 13 Weekday
8:30AM
Gal 4:22-24,26-27,31—-5:1; Lk 11:29-32
 Julia Olaya
Maryann Hilburn
Anita Mitchell Family
Tues., October 14 St Callistus I, Pope and Martyr
Gal 5:1-6; Lk 11:37-41
NO MASS
Wed., October 15
St Teresa of Jesus, Virgin and Doctor of the Church
Rom 8:22-27; Jn 15:1-8
6:00PM
Richard Bradley Ward
Celia Bush
Ed & Peggy Shinnick
Thurs., October 16 St Hedwig, Religious; St Margaret
Grapevine, TX
Sunday, October 12
11:00am
11:30am
2:30pm
3:00pm
5:00pm
6:00pm
6:30pm
R.E.A.Ch-Meeting Rm
Children’s Catechesis
Confirmation Session—MPR
Scout Emblem Instruction-Conference Rm
Adult Choir Rehearsal-Rm 115
Young Church (High School)-MPR
Adult Catechesis-PH
4:15pm
6:30pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:30pm
Children’s Choir –Rm 112
KOC—MPR
Spanish Adult Bible Study-Conference Rm
Marion Novena Prayer Group– Res. Chapel
Boy Scouts Committee Meeting—Rm 214
9:00am
6:30pm
6:30pm
7:00pm
St Francis of Assisi Pre-School-FLC
ReaderTraining-Church
After Divorce Ministry Meeting-Rm 113
Jovenes Para Cristo-Rm 115
9:00am
9:00am
9:30am
7:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
Women’s Crafters– Meeting Rm
Grupo de Mujers –Rm 113
St Francis Mom’s Group-PH
Breakout (Middle School)-MPR
RCIA for Adults—PH
Children’s Catechesis-FLC (Spanish)
9:00am
6:15pm
St Francis of Assisi Pre-School-FLC
St Francis Flowers Group-FLC Rm 202
9:15am
6:00pm
6:30pm
Padre Pio Prayer Group-Reservation Chapel
Hotop/Cook Wedding Rehearsal
Familias Catolicas—Annex
2:00pm
Hotop/Cook Wedding
Monday, October 13
Tuesday, October 14
Mary Alacoque, Virgin
8:30AM
Eph 1:1-10; Lk 11:47-54
Rita Weinberg
 Larry Pardue
 Richard Gayle
Fri., October 17
St Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop and Martyr
Phil 3:17—4:1; Jn 12:24-26
8:30AM
 Barbara Acosta
 Alberto Alcantara
James Sincere
Wednesday, October 15
Thursday, October 16
Sat., October 18 St Luke, Evangelist
8:30AM
2 Tm 4:10-17b; Lk 10:1-9
No MASS
5:00PM
 Biff Bartley
Sun.,October19 Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00AM
10:00AM
1:00PM
4:30PM
Is 45:1,4-6; 1 Thes 1:1-5b; Mt 22:15-21
 E.F. and  L.B. Laketek
For the People
 Alfredo Chavez
 Jose Raul Nieves
Altar Linen Ministry:
Michelle Ward—October 12
Maite Stella Casaldeiro– October 19
Friday, October 17
Saturday, October 18
Sunday, October 19
KOC Pancake Breakfast-MPR
11:00am
11:30am
11:30am
2:30pm
3:00pm
5:00pm
6:00pm
6:30pm
R.E.A.Ch.-Meeting RM
Children’s Catechesis—FLC
English Baptisms—Church
Confirmation Session-MPR
Scout Emblem Instruction-Conference Rm
Adult Choir Rehearsal—Rm 115
Young Church—MPR
Adult Catechesis—PH
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Service of Light Mon., Nov. 3th at 7pm: During
November, Catholics remember their deceased
loved ones in a special way. Our parish celebrates a
Service of Light to remember those who died during
the past year, specifically since November, 2013. At
this liturgy, the names of those who have died in the
past year will be read and family members or loved
ones are invited to bring forward a candle in remembrance. If you have a loved one who died during this
year, please call the office at 817-481-2685. If you
cannot attend, we will remember your deceased
loved one & a candle will be brought forward.
Book of Remembrance: During the month of November, Catholics remember their deceased loved
ones in a special way. Located next to the baptismal
font is the Book of Remembrance in which you may
list the names of your deceased loved ones.
Youth and Adult Reader Training
Tuesday, October 14th
6:30pm in the Church
All youth and adults who would like to Proclaim God’s
Word are strongly encouraged to attend this Reader
Ministry Training. For more information contact Kevin
Pichon at klpichon@yahoo.com
Sound Monitors
With the new sound system completed, I’m
looking for several people who can serve as
Sound Monitors for the 5 weekend masses.
These people monitor and adjust the volume levels on each channel to maintain the optimum
sound levels for spoken voice and music voice and
instruments. The person should have a basic command of digital technology, and a ‘good ear’ to
maintain a great sound environment and keep music
groups balanced. Ideally, would like teams of 3 per
mass that could rotate, and cover for each other on
an ‘as needed’ basis. Call Denise Brooks at the office
for more information.
NEW! A permanent
St. Francis Children’s Choir forming now!
We are excited and fortunate to have
Mrs. Arlene Anderson-Jones, president of our school,
Holy Trinity, and a music educator, lead our new Children’s Choir! This choir will meet weekly throughout
the school year, and sing occasional Sunday masses,
special celebrations, and the Christmas Concert. The
choir is open to grades 3 through 6. Rehearsals will
be weekly on Mondays, from 4:15-5:15pm. For more
information,
contact
Denise
Brooks
dbrooks@sfatx.org,
or
Mrs.
Anderson-Jones
ajones@holytcs.org
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Pastor’s Points from Father Flynn
Just a little over 5 months ago we distributed nearly 1500
copies of Mathew Kelly’s book “Rediscover Catholicism”
following all the Masses on Easter Vigil and Sunday. The
other day I wondered how many of our members have
read at least a few pages? Then I took out my own
copy and went to page 18 where Kelly sets out four
things that he’s become convinced of after fifteen
years of researching the Catholic Church today:
1. “There is genius in Catholicism, if we will just
take the time and make the effort to humbly
explore it.
2. There is nothing wrong with Catholicism that
can’t be fixed by what’s right with Catholicism.
3. If you and I are not part of the solution we
are part of the problem.
4. If sixty-seven million Catholics in the United
States stepped it up a notch something incredible would happen.”
As I re-read parts it became clear to me that here at St.
Francis of Assisi, Grapevine we have a microcosm of the
Church that Kelly talks about. All four ‘things’ could apply to us as well. There is a ‘genius’ in our parish if we will
just take the time and make the effort to humbly search
for it; there is nothing wrong with our parish that can’t
be fixed by what’s right with it (and there’s plenty that’s
right!); if you and I are not part of the solution we are
part of the problem; and if 8000+ parishioners from St.
Francis stepped it up a notch something incredible
would happen.
We are blest in having the number of parishioners who
are very engaged in our mission here, but you know,
there’s plenty more that needs to be done and can be
done to rebuild and transform us into a more fully engaged and dynamic worship community. I ask you to
find the book, read the book if you haven’t done so,
and if you have, the pass it on to someone who hasn’t
read it and begin to ‘step up a notch’ in your faith journey. For each person that will mean something different, something unique to them that collectively will begin to show its effects on the larger community. Your
response to our “Just One Hour” campaign was an excellent beginning and now we need to continue to
stretch our capacity to turn our lives towards the Lord in
everything we do every day. I take my responsibility for
the salvation of my 8000+ ‘children’ very seriously and I
pray each day that all of you take yours just as seriously.
Together we can and will change our world! God bless
you…and keep reading the book! “He has told you, O
man, what is good; what does the Lord require of you
but to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly
with your God?” (Micah 6:8)
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St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church / Iglesia Católica San Francisco de Asís
Grapevine, TX
Ministry of the Week
O U T R E A C H
M I N I S T R Y
CRHP
Outreach Thrift Store and Pantry
(Christ Renews His Parish)
is in need of the following items:
Edible items: Tuna, chicken, mac and
cheese, cereal, pasta noodles, peanut
butter, jelly, pancake mix, syrup, crackers, coffee, sugar, flour, cooking oil.
Votive Candle Intention
Paper goods: Dish detergent, laundry
Sacred Heart of Jesus
In Memory of Joe Jarzynka
detergent, toothpaste, deodorant,
shaving razors, shaving cream, shampoo/conditioner, bath soap and Toilet
Paper
Grocery or Wal-Mart Gift cards
for perishables.
Please place all items in the Outreach
Box in the Narthex or the Northwest
Foyer. Please check expiration dates
on food as expired food items cannot
be distributed. Thank You.
Our Lady of Grace
—Votive Candle for Personal Intention to
Our Lady of Grace or Sacred Heart
A six day intentions votive candle which will burn from Saturday until
Thursday may be requested on a “First come first serve” with a donation at the receptionist desk. For more information contact Rosie at
817-481-2685.
The Thrift Store is open
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Vocation View
The Lord is the shepherd who calls. Pray for an increase in vocations to priesthood and religious life.
(Psalm 23)
Parishioners are welcome!!!
_____________________________
The store carries new and gently used
men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, toys and household items at an
affordable price. Proceeds from SFO
Thrift Store are used to provide emergency financial assistance to those in
need. Items carried in the Thrift Store
are those which are generously donated by our parish community.
Report of Parish Contributions
Weekend of October 4th and 5th
Needed
Actual Regular Collection
Year-to-Date Over (Under) Budget
Facility Maintenance and Revitalization Fund
Mass Attendance
$
$
$
$
28,000.00
23,976.48
(5,755.95)
5,189.77
2,832
Please pray for . . .
Our brothers and sisters who are ill, especially… Kim Capobianco, Robin Chavez, Claire Coen, Sophie Diamond,
Mozelle Duckett, Roger Gilley, Diane Hardin, Betty Hale, Sandy Laverock, Mary Liz Loar, Steve Prescott, Demetrio Perez, Lexi
Rhoads, Jaydan Thompson, Don Schutt, Desi Styer and family, Betty Tate, Cathy West, Margaret Weddel, & those serving in
the armed forces.
Please remember in prayer those who are deceased. May they find light & peace in the loving arms of our Lord
and Savior: Roland Ray, Joe Jarzynka, Aurelia Garcia
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 12, 2014
ARISE
Adults Rooted in Scripture and Eucharist
Young Adults Ministry
Come join Young Adults for our October events!
Oct. 14th: Theology on Tap in Colleyville
Oct. 17th: Late Night at the Dallas Museum of Art
Oct. 21st: Young Catholic Professionals Speaker Series
We also have weekly Sunday Scripture Study on Thursday
nights at St. Francis!
For more information, see our calendar at sfatx.org/index.cfm?
load=page&page=207
Volunteers are needed to help out every week with
food for the Middle School and High school youth
nights. We need folks to help set up, serve and cleanup. If you can't help in that capacity please consider
donating a meal or two to our kids. Our Middle
Schoolers (BREAKOUT) meet on Wednesday nights
and our High Schoolers (YOUNG CHURCH) meet on Sunday nights. If
you would like to help on either night (or both nights) out please contact Edmund Mitchell at emitchell@sfatx.org or Nic Gutierrez at
ngutierrez@sfatx.org or call the Youth Office at 817.488.3169.
Interested in becoming
Catholic? Join RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) on
Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. in the Parish Hall. For more information contact Jared at: jzimmerer@sfatx.org
Pilgrimage
A Big Thank You!!!
Thanks to Scott Immel and all the
volunteers, sponsors and people
who helped make this year’s Festival a success.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
2014 FESTIVAL RAFFLE WINNERS:
1st place—Beatrice Lydeen
2nd place—Ricardo Rodriguez
3rd place –John Kutch
St. Francis of Assisi Preschool
is looking for you! For more information on this Catholic choice for
your preschooler contact Karen
Deal at ext. 230 or at
kdeal@sfatx.org.
Cost:
Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe $1690.00 Per Person-Double Occupancy
(add $450 for Single Supplement)
and
Included:
Mexico City
 Flight from DFW to Mexico City
With Fr. Flynn
 4 Star Hotel
 Breakfast and Dinner
 Transfers
 Entrance to all the sites
 Tour Guide
 Taxes
Not Included:
Wed., February 25 Mon., March 2
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 Tips for Guide, Drivers, Hotel staff, etc.
 Lunch
 Mandatory Travel Health Insurance:
 Personal Expenses and souvenirs
 Expenses for Travel Days
Please make checks payable to St. Francis of
Assisi—Credit Cards will be charged a 3%
Service Charge. Please call the parish
office for more information.
St. Francis Moms
Please join other St. Francis Moms for
our monthly meeting in the Parish
Hall Wed., October 15th in 9:30a.m.
Childcare provided. For more information about this group, please
contact Melissa Collins at
ffunkm@yahoo.com
St. Francis Mom’s Book Study
Group:
The group meets from 9:30-11am
every other Friday, next meeting
October 24th.
Topic the ‘Momnipotent’ Spiritual
Book Study. Momnipotent validates
the dignity and importance of
motherhood and will help you recognize your uniquely feminine
strengths and see how you can use
those strengths to find peace, balance, and joy in being the woman
God created and called you to be.
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St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church / Iglesia Católica San Francisco de Asís
Platicas de Bautismo
Martes, 4 de noviembre a las 7pm.
Se ofrecerán pláticas para los padres
y padrinos. Necesita traer una copia
del acta de nacimiento del niño a la
plática. Los padrinos seleccionados por los padres
tienen que ser católicos practicantes, es decir, que
han sido bautizados, confirmados, reciben comunión, son casados por la iglesia, y asisten a Misa cada Domingo, no hay excepciones. Para registrarse
por favor llame a la oficina con Rosie al 817-4812685. Los Bautizos en Español solo se llevarán acabo el cuarto sábado del mes a las 10am en la Iglesia. Ya no tendremos bautizos durante la Misa en
Español de la 1:00pm
Grapevine, TX
FAMILIAS CATOLICAS
TE INVITA AL Gran Concierto:
Gela
El Sacramento de Reconciliación
Se realiza los sábados de 3:30 a 4:30p.m.
Te invitamos a formar parte de los danzantes
para la Virgen de Guadalupe. Requisitos:
Ser un Católico
Vida cristiana activa, frecuentas sacramentos
Amor intenso y sincero a la Virgen María
6 anos en adelante
Tiempo para ensayar.
Ven y comparte con nosotros un espíritu mariano activo y responsable.
Octubre 13 a las 7pm inicio de ensayos. Solo quien
tome las clases podrá danzar. Para mas información llama a Sr. Rosy 817-481-2685 Ext 239
Les invitamos para que nos acompañen cada
domingo a la 12:30pm en la iglesia para
participar en el ROSARIO.
El peregrinaje a la Basílica de
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe y
México D.F. con el Padre Flynn
será del 25 de febrero hasta el 2
de marzo. Mas información esta disponible en las entrada.
Ministerio de la Semana:
CRHP
Christ Renews His Parish
Noviembre 7 – 2014
7:00pm
En el Gimnasio de la iglesia de San Francisco de Asís
861 Wildwood Lane, Grapevine Tx 76051
Ven Alabemos todos juntos a Dios!!!
Pre-venta Donación $10:00
Donación en puertas $15:00-Niños de 12 años o menores GRATIS
Información y boletos :
Oficina Rosie Rodriguez 817-481-2685 “o”
Patty Munoz 817-501-8569
13 de octubre—Reunión con Ministros de Comunión a las 6:30pm
19 de octubre después de la misa Rosario Misionero. Te Invitamos a ORAR por el MUNDO y por los MISIONEROS.
20 de octubre—Preparación a Matrimonio a las
7pm. Para mas información llame a oficina con Sr.
Rosy
ENTORNO SEGURO—Las actividades escolares y de la
Iglesia están dando inicio de nuevo, ahora es un buen
tiempo para recordarles a todos los padres y guardianes: ¡AYUDE A PROTEGER A SUS NIÑOS Las áreas publicas del edificio de San Francisco (como el Nartex y los
baños de la Iglesia, el Salón Parroquial, y el gimnasio
están abiertos al público. ¡Sus niños no deben de salir del
santuario de la iglesia o la capilla solos! ¡Acompáñelos!
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
COUNCIL 7099 and ASSEMBLY 3476
Grand Knight: Eric McKuzes, 817-908-2227
Faithful Navigator: Ruben Cisneros, 214-202-8352
Family of the Month – Jim and Rhonda Warrens
Rookie of the Month – Bob Dill
10/5 2:00 PM Life Chain
10/9 7:00 PM Assembly 3476 Rosary and Monthly Meeting
10/13 6:30PM Council 7099 Rosary, Dinner,& Monthly General Meeting
10/19 9:00 AM – Noon Pancake Breakfast
10/27 7:00 PM Council 7099 Planning Meeting
For more information on upcoming events visit
“www.kofcknights.org/CouncilSite/?CNO=7099” or http://
kofcknights.org/Assembly.asp?A=3476
Family Rosary—The month of October has been dedicated as
the month of The Holy Rosary since 1571. The Feast of Our Lady
of the Rosary is October 7th. During this month of October, when
we honor Mary and turn to her in a special way for guidance and
protection, let us especially remember the power of the Rosary. Honor her
by joining us before Mass on the Blessed Mother’s side of the Church for
the Family Rosary. We will ask Mary for her special intercession and protection for St. Francis Marriages and Families during her month.
October The Month Of The Holy Rosary
Knights of Columbus Sponsored Family Rosary
Please join us on the Blessed Mother’s side of the Church: Saturday at
4:30 PM; Sunday at 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, and 4:00 PM
Pancake Breakfast Sun., October 19st In The Family Life
Center Come join your fellow parishioners and enjoy
a Pancake Breakfast after the 8:00 & 10:00AM Masses.
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