Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Sacred Heart Catholic Church
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time – October 26, 2014
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
302 South B Street
Arkansas City, KS 67005
Tuesday - Friday 8:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
"The Joy of the Gospel: Faith Working Through Love”
Love your neighbor as yourself. These words come from Jesus as
second in importance only to the command to love the Lord with
one's whole heart, soul and mind. In Christ's answer to the testing
by the Pharisees he summarized the entirety of the law and
prophets contained in the Hebrew Scriptures. While the scholars
of the law knew that the wrath of God would visit them if they
preyed upon widows, orphans, aliens and their poor neighbors,
they did not understand the law as a command to love their
neighbor. Jesus' words reach us today as a reminder that a person
in need is our neighbor and we have a duty to address those needs.
St. Paul praises the Thessalonians for taking the message of the
Gospel to heart and serving each other in faith and love. As we
contemplate the words of our Lord, may his light show us the path
to the Kingdom.
Tuesday - Friday
7:30 a.m.
Martes - Viernes
7:30 a.m.
5:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
8:30 a.m. – 8:50 a.m.
302 South B Street
9:00 a.m. -3:30p.m.
9:00 a.m. - 4:00p.m.
312 South B Street
For the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Matrimony, and Anointing of the Sick contact Fr. Reilley at
Couples planning marriage must contact the pastor six months in advance of the marriage.
For homebound visits or RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) call the office, 620-442-0566.
24 hour Adoration weekly from 8 a.m. Tuesday through 8 a.m. Wednesday in the Chapel.
Readings for the week of Oct. 20, 2014
Tuesday, October 28
8:00 a.m.
† Brenda Born Hilton by Vera Krueger
Wednesday, October 29
8:00 a.m.
Celebrant’s Intention
Thursday, October 30
8:00 a.m.
Celebrant’s Intention
Friday, October 31
8:00 a.m.
† John Born Jr. by Vera Krueger
Saturday, November 1
6:00 pm
† Don Brown by Lily Brown
Sunday, November 2
9:00 a.m.
† Bill Sutton by Dolorez Gonzales
11:00 a.m.
For the People of the Parish
Liturgical Ministers for November 1 & 2
6:00 P.M.
E.M: Jim Bernhardt, Joi Jay, Bill Hess
Lector: Denny MacLaughlin
Altar Servers: Taylor Kennedy, Colten Kennedy, Josh Butler
David & Amy Prater Family
Gerald & Lois Lobmeyer
9:00 A.M.
E.M: Jason Rolf, Jamie Metzinger, Roberto dos Santos
Lector: Matt Metzinger
Altar Servers: Riley Gregory, Libby Gregory, Porter Gregory
Offertory: Joe & Connie Carder
Eph 4:32-5:8
Ps 1:1-2,3,4&6
Luke 13:10-17
Eph 2: 19-22
Ps 19:2-3,4-5
Luke 6:12-16
Eph 6:1-9
Ps 145:10-11,1213ab,13cd-14
Ps 144:1b,2,9-10
Luke 13:22-30
Eph 6:10-20
Luke 13:31-35
Phil 1:1-11
Ps 111:1-2,3-4,56
Luke 14:1-6
Rev 7:2-4,9-14
Mat 5:1-12a
Wis 3:1-9
Ps 24:1bc-2,34ab,5-6
Ps 23:1-3a,3b-4,5,6
John 6:37-40
Collection: October 19, 2014
Envelopes…………………..…....…………...…..$ 3,750.00
Loose Cash……………...……………………......$ 2,325.65
Votive Candles…………………………………….. $ 43.30
TOTAL………………………….........................$ 6,118.95
Budgeted……………………….………………..… $7,670.00
Below………..…..………………..……..…...……. $1,551.05
November Offertory Gift Counters:
Shannon O’Toole
Brian & Trish Hedgecock
Church Cleaners for Next Week
Matt Metzinger
Mike & Jamilee Metzinger
Delano & Marie Unruh
“The Holy Eucharist is the greatest treasure that
the Church has on earth: It is Christ Himself.”Cardinal Arinze-- Who or what are your
treasures? Visit with our Greatest Treasure in
Eucharistic Adoration. We have many
opportunities to spend time with Jesus in the
Blessed Sacrament. If you would like to spend an hour in
the presence of our Lord or become a substitute, please
call Lupe Weide. 442-1146
Greeters: Lester & Barbara Priest
11 A.M.
E.M: Margarita Medina, Rafael Medina, Maria Mendez
Lector: Jesus Varela
Altar Servers: Gaby Tobar, Ileana Varela, Mauricio Martinez
Offertory: Roberto & Gabriela Tobar
Greeters: Maria Juan Tomas
Rebeca Vazquez, Jackson Weathers, Lito Bearsot, Clifford
Waggoner, Violet Waggoner, Summer Flowers Davis, Sara Boyd,
Barbara Bernhardt, Darci Tauscher, Caiden & Camden Boyd,
Roarke Monroe, Roseann Livingston, Sue McNinch, Karson
Lozano, Patti Randa, Larry Prichard, Jennifer Beaur, Evalina and
Adaline Gleeson Lemus, Darren Dalton, John Gearhardt, Amanda
Wiegman, Bernice Neises, Jim Webb, Gilbert Ramirez, Fr. Francis
Cox, Juan Ramirez, Shirley Demaree, Isabelle Demaree, Eva
Felipe, Herron Oyala, Sherley Lopez, Dennis Blubaugh, Carla
Pike, Zachary Wheat, Eva Reyez., Larry Schwartz, Pete Ternes
,Billie Johnson, Roger Osborne, Malin Riel, David Potter, Larry
Schwintz, Kurt Kampbell
Parish News
Parish News
Red Ribbon Week Oct 27th to 31st
November 1st – All Saints Day: This year All Saints Day is not
a Holy Day of Obligation. Mass on November 1st will be at the
regular time.
Students may dress up to match the theme for each day or
they can wear their uniform. Students do not have to
participate, it is just a choice!
Mass Intentions: There are several openings if you would
like to have a Mass said for a loved one. Please call the
office (442-0566) to schedule a Mass.
Tuesday—“Cowboy Up Against Drugs”—western wear
Announcements for the bulletin must be
received by Thursday noon.
March for Life 2015 Registration Open!
Join the Diocese of Wichita as we make the March for
Life youth pilgrimage to Washington, DC to stand for
Life! The pilgrimage will be from Tuesday, January
20 through Sunday, January 25, 2015. Cost per
pilgrim is $375. Sign up today! Registration forms are
available in the office. All Catholic High School students
may attend this pilgrimage. For more information
please call Theresa at (620) 442-0566. Deadline for
registration is Nov. 1st.
Fiat Discernment Retreat
The Fiat Discernment Retreat seeks to provide young women
with the tools and encouragement needed to discern the Lord’s
will for their vocation to married or religious life. Throughout
this weekend of discernment, participants will receive wisdom
through prayer, presentations, recreation and fellowship as
they open themselves to the universal call to holiness. Fiat
will be held on December 28-30, 2014 at the Spiritual Life
Center and is open to any young women ranging from junior
in high school to 25 years of age. If you are interested in
attending or would like more information please contact Emily
Savage at esavage@stfranciswichita,com,
Religious Education
Confirmation Class
Wed. Oct. 29th d – 7 pm -8:30 pm
Drinks: Eric Cabrera
Food: Sarah Kuffler
PSR (Grades 1-8)
Sunday Mornings, 10-11 AM
Sunday Evenings at 7:00 PM
Monday- “Join the Fight Against Drugs”---Camo Day
Wednesday- “I am a Jean-ius, I am drug free”—
Nerd Day
Thursday—“Catch the Wave of a Drug Free Life”--Beach Wear---sunglasses, flip flops, tank tops, shorts,
Etc. Boys may wear swim trunks but girls NO
Bathing suits please!
Friday—“Drugs Are Scary”—Halloween costumes after
Knights’ News
The next meeting will be Monday, October 27th
at 7:30 PM
Turkey Dinner – Monday,
November 3rd
Beginning Oct 18th after all masses - or you may call
Lillie Pankaskie 741-1206, Dixie Givens 441-8336
or the parish office 442-0566
Turkey Dinner Timeline for Sunday Nov. 2nd
Please pick up Turkey’s after the 9 am Mass.
Also, we will need help with making the dressing after the
9 am Mass.
Monday Nov. 3rd
Please return your baked turkey between 7 & 9 am.
Bring in pies as early as possible. Event is from
4:30 - 7:00 pm. Remember to make items for the
Country Store.
Anyone wishing to volunteer please call:
Janet: 442-6753: For carry-out Lori: 441-8757;
For Pies call Dee: 442-1047; For Turkeys call Chris: 446-1831.
Quilt Raffle
This year quilt is a Queen size Flying Geese pattern with
Bulldog/K-State purple border. Tickets will be available at
the Parish Office or after Mass.
Noticias de la Parroquia
CYM, PSR, y Clases de Confirmación
Misión para la Familia
Habrá una reunión jueves el 30 de octubre a las 7 de la
tarde para planear por la misión de la familia. La
misión comenzara el 23 de noviembre y concluirá el 26
de noviembre. Por favor que vengan a la reunión para
entregar la lista de nombres para visitas pastorales
antes de la misión.
Clases del Bautismo en español
Las clases pre-bautismales son obligatorios para todos los
padres y padrinos. La clase dura una hora y está en la
oficina de la parroquia (302 S B Street). Se celebra los
bautismos en español el último domingo del mes después
de la misa en español. La próxima clase será el 29 de
noviembre a las 7 pm.
Intenciones de las Misas
Todavía hay vacantes para intenciones de las Misas. Por
favor, llame a la oficina para programar una, 442-0566.
Cena de pavo – lunes 3 de noviembre,
Cualquier persona que desea ser voluntario por
favor llame: Janet: 442-6753, para ayudar con
comida de llevar, llame a Lori: 441-8757, para
donar pasteles, llame a Dee: 442-1047, para donar
pavos, llame a Chris: 446-1831
Miércoles 29 de octubre—7 pm-8:30 pm
PSR (grados 1-8)
Domingos 10-11 AM
Cursillistas están invitados a la reunión del
grupo todos los lunes a las 7:00 pm en la
Noticias de la Escuela:
Cinta roja semana Oct 27 a 31 estudiantes pueden
vestir para emparejar el tema para cada día o que
pueden usar su uniforme. Los estudiantes no tienen
que participar, es sólo una opción.
Lunes-"Unirse a la lucha contra la droga"---Camo
el martes — "Vaquero contra las drogas" —
desgaste occidental
miércoles - "Soy un Jean-ius, soy libre de drogas"
— Nerd día
el jueves — "Captura la ola de una vida libre de
drogas"---Beach Wear---gafas de sol, ojotas,
tapas de tanque, pantalones cortos, etc.. Los
chicos pueden traer traje de baño pero las niñas
que no traigan traje de baño por favor!
El viernes: "Las drogas son asustonas" — disfraces
de Halloween después del almuerzo!