November 13, 2016 ~ Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Saint Matthew Catholic Church
215 Kirkley Road Tyrone, GA 30290
770.964.5804(Office) 770.964.1228(Fax)
www.saintmatthew.us
Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
November 13, 2016
November 13, 2016 ~ Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Rev. Kevin Hargaden, Pastor
Deacons
Rev. Mr. Jim Weeks
Rev. Mr. Gayle Peters
Rev. Mr. Bill Hampton
Rev. Mr. King Cooper
Religious Education
Music
Clare O’Malley, Dir.
Leila Wathen, Dir.
Office Staff
Mass Schedule
Susana Ikhwan, Operations/Hispanic Ministry
Rennie Todd, Secretary
Monday & Wednesday 7am Tuesday & Thursday 9am
Saturday 5pm
Sunday 8:30 am & 11:00 am & 2:00 pm Spanish
Parish Office Hours
Daily and Weekend Readings can be found at
www.usccb.org
Monday –Thursday (9am to 3pm)
Anointing of the Sick—Anyone facing surgery or dealing with a serious illness should contact the parish office or Fr. Kevin for the
reception of this sacrament. Anointing before surgery can be done prior to or after Mass on the weekends. Please call the parish office
to inform us if you are in need of this sacrament.
Reconciliation—Saturday at 4:15pm or by appointment. Communal penance services are also held twice yearly.
Sacrament of Marriage—Please contact Fr. Kevin at least six months in advance to insure ample time for planning, preparation, and
scheduling your wedding.
Communion to the Sick and Homebound—If you or someone you know is ill, in the hospital, or homebound, please notify the
parish office so a visit can be arranged. Fr. Kevin, one of our deacons, or an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist will be glad to
bring Holy Communion.
Facebook link https://facebook.com/groups/St.MatthewCatholicChurch/
Rosary Group—Meets on Thursday morning after the 9:00am Mass. Join us in body or spirit as we pray.
Eucharistic Adoration—First Thursday of each month devotion will commence immediately after the 9:00am Mass and continue until
Benediction at 12:00pm.
Membership—Registration forms may be found at the back of the church or by coming to the church office. Please complete the form
and give it to a minister of hospitality or a deacon.
Bulletin Deadline—Announcements and notices for the bulletin must be submitted by 10:00am on Monday for the following
Sunday bulletin. They will run for two weeks. Email them to comalley@saintmatthew.us. Announcements received after the deadline
will need to be modified to run in the bulletin on subsequent weeks.
Request for Mass Intentions—In our Church tradition no better gift can be given our beloved departed than a Mass offered in their
memory on the anniversary of their death, birth, or wedding anniversary. There are forms for scheduling Mass intentions in memory of
the departed and special intentions for the living in the pamphlet racks in the administration building.
Stephen Ministry—Are you going through a difficult time? Stephen Ministers are members of the congregation here to help you. We
listen, care, encourage and provide spiritual support to people facing a crisis or going through tough times. The care you receive is free,
confidential and helpful. To learn how you - or a friend, neighbor or family member - can
receive care, please contact Julie - 734-560-9512
Offertory 11/6/2016
Online Giving 11/6/16
$12,743.00
$4910.00
SVDP $341.00
Parish Tithing
Hurricane Matthew Relief
$1122.00
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Please Pray For…Mary Osborn, Marian Hansen, Doris Cooper, Michael, Frances James, Mary Whittaker,
Imoter Mngerem, Susan Lawton, Jenny Essien, Pat Moser, AJ &David Garner, Modesto Samaniego, Carson Bird,
Nancy Milani, Maureen Lennon, Rosemary Harding, Elmer Hacker, Rennie Todd, Dorothy Todd, Julie & Tom Digby,
Carly Volkmer, Ben Turk, Bruce H, Nar & Harry T, Washington family, Vicki White Bob & Emily Daniel, Genie Wilmore,
Hervey, Anna & Henry, Chris B & Paul, Mary Jo Dodson, Justine Onofrio, Paul Messina, Irene Stapinski, Walter
Tuminowski, Shelly Ann Mendez, Peter McBurnie, Christine Davis, Raye family, Alfred Crea, Pasquale Tosgali,
Stephanie Peters, Rose Dabney, Fallen Iowa Police officers, Sgt. Anthony Berninio, Justin Martin, Larry Quinn, Art
Garcia, Barry Easterwood, Christine Edwards, Kathy Tulley, Doug Strickland, Katherine Stein, Our Military families,
Tom Nix, Monroe Harrell, Cliff, Joe, & Pat Craddock, Micki Ledbetter, Nicole & Cassie Semple, the Russ family,
Hazelwood family, Marcus D. Caldwell, Myia M. Hamler, Brayon Family, Dodson family, Chris Cudd, Pat Griesey,
Mary Clark, Connie Metzger, Ken Volkmer and the Children making their First Reconciliation this Saturday.
Liturgical Ministry Schedule November 19 & 20
Date:
Saturday November 19
5:00 PM
Sunday November 20
8:30 AM
Lector
Phil Hanna
John Milani
Brandon Worrell
Noel Ruberti
Scott Whittaker
Matthew Myers
Extraordinary
Ministers
Starr Helms
Lisa Buonerba
Jim Derichsweiller
Melissa Parente
Greg Plese
Dwight Hallock
Claudette Roberts
Theresa Weeks
Cliff Craddock
Ken McCarrey
Dennis Norris
Rick Sauer
Cameron McCune
Judy Kelley
Nailah Wideman
Ken Miller
Jerry Magrosky
LaWanda Wideman
Judy Godwin
Ron Godwin
Chukwudi Osanu
Francisco Garcia
Harry Kelley
Ollie Larson
Mary K. Garger
Abby Wheeler
John Wheeler
Jessica Buonerba
Luke Buonerba
Wesley Buonerba
Baden Bond
David Soberano
Joshua Soberano
Ministers of
Hospitality
Altar Servers
Sunday November 20 K of C
11:00 AM
Weekday Mass Intention
Next Weekend’s Mass Intentions
Monday
Nov. 14 communion service
Sat. Nov. 19, 5 PM
Deceased Knight of Columbus
Tuesday
Nov. 15 communion service
Requested by
K of C
Sun. 20, 8:30
St. Matthew Parish Family
Sun. 20, 11:00 AM
Sarah Snider
Requested by
Jim & Theresa Weeks
Wednesday
Thursday
Nov. 16 communion service
Nov. 17 communion service
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KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS
RELIGIOUS CHRISTMAS CARDS – MONASTERY PRODUCTS
The Knights of Columbus, will be selling Religious Christmas Cards along with Fudge, Fruit Cakes and a
variety of other products made by the monks at Holy Spirit Monastery. We will be in the Narthex after all
Masses the weekends of November 12 & 13 and November 26 & 27. Consider purchasing an extra box of
cards as a donation to the Prison Ministry.
Go to our website at www.koc8972.org and click “Links of Interest” on the Home Page to view the
Brochures of product offerings. Purchases can be made in advance of Narthex sales by contacting Phil
Brodowski at 678-438-4455 or (philbrodowski@comcast.net).
Proceeds will be used to help our Council provide monthly financial support to our seminarians Mario
Camarillo and Gabriel Villafuerte. Thank you.
The Hispanic Ministry of St. Matthew is raffling a 65 inch “smart” LG Television.
The proceeds will help fund our annual Our Lady of Guadalupe celebration.
You may purchase tickets from Susana in the office.
Tickets are $10 each.
Knights of Columbus will Honor their Deceased members
in a moving ceremony included in the 5:00 pm Mass on Saturday, Nov.19th.
Those to be honored are:
Ken Aitkin, William Anding, William Darling, Thomas Digby, Millard Mann,
Wendell Miller, Paul Musante, Richard Post, and Daniel Thompson
The Office of Catholic Schools seeks your participation in an online survey regarding the perceptions of
Catholic Schools and the services they currently offer. Please consider completing this survey which will
be the basis of the strategic plan for Catholic Schools in our archdiocese for the next five years. To
complete the survey in English, please visit http://www.aiocs.com/ educationsurvey/. To complete the
survey in Spanish, please visit http:// www.aiocs.com/educationsurveysp/. You may also find these links
on our parish website. The Office of Catholic Schools is grateful for all responses.
FOOD DRIVE
sponsored by St. Vincent De Paul
Next weekend
November 19th & 20th.
Non-Perishable items and $ welcome.
Thank You!
El Refugio ….would like to thank Fr. Kevin and the Parish family of St. Matthew for their generous donation of $4984.00 to
their ministry. Thanks to your support, El Refugio Is able to offer a place of comfort and support for families in crisis, as well as
their educational program in service to those who are detained immigrants. We are greatly encouraged, and thank you.
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Clothes Less Travelled Thrift Shop (CLT).
Our benefactor for whom we have been conducting a
clothing drive in May of the last 2 years has issued a plea for donations during this cur- rent season. Apparently
donations have been down and the requirement for donated goods to sale are in great need. They accept all gently
used clothing in serviceable condition not damaged or soiled. They also accept Furniture in good condition and any
and all serviceable home accessories to include electrical items, appliances and computing equipping. If you have any
of these items avail- able, they can be donated directly at their facility located at 459 GA-74, Peachtree City, GA
30269. The hours of operation are as follows: Sun-Closed; Mon-10-5; Tues10-5; Wed 10-5; Thurs.10-7; Fri 10-5;
Sat-10-5. They can be reached at the following: phone 770-486-8517; fax 770-486-9771;
email Store@ClothesLessTraveled.org. If you have furniture items too large to transport to their store, they
will provide transportation for these items. Simply call the store and make arrangements. They will provide you with
Tax receipts for all donations. CLT has been a most generous and gra- cious partner to our St. Vincent DePaul
Society over the years with continuous financial support through grants and free merchandise to all referred clients
in need. If you can support them in their time of need, we request that you do so .When you make a donation to
them, please let them know that you are a member of the St. Matthew’s Parish family. God bless!
Are you going through a difficult time? Stephen Ministers are members of our congregation who listen, encourage and provide emotional and spiritual support
to people who are facing a crisis or experiencing grief, loneliness, divorce, hospitalization, or loss. To learn how you- or a friend, co-worker or neighbor - can
receive care, talk to a pastor or a Stephen Leader. Contact Julie Marciano: 734-5609512. (The care you receive is confidential and free.)
Is God Calling you? Looking for Christian men and women interested in training to be Stephens Ministers-- to provide one-on-one
care to people experiencing a difficult time in life. Stephens Ministers commit to one hour per week to listen, care, encourage and
provide spiritual support for members of our congregation. If you have a passion for listening and bringing God's love and care to
people in time of need, please consider interviewing for this ministry. Training classes start in the New
Year. Contact Julie Marciano 734-560-9512 for more information.
Final OLPH 2016 Fundraiser Report
Our Parish total for ticket sales was $3250.00. Total sales for the Archdiocese was $114, 484.02
Bids and donations by our parishioners attending totaled $656.00 raising our total parish
contribution to $3,906.00 Prize winners were:
1st: Bronze Rocking Horse: Anna Morris, St. Anna
2nd: Great Wolf Lodge Stay: Dorothy Gaines, St. Paul of the Cross
3rd: Cash Paul Poole, St. Mary Magdalene
Our sincere thanks to all who helped for another truly AWESOME JOB in support of the Hawthorne Dominican Sisters
The following is a list of upcoming Penance Services:
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November 30
December 1
December 5
December 6
December 7
December 13
December 15
St. Matthew 7 p.m.
Holy Trinity 6:30 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist 7 p.m.
St. Gabriel 7 p.m.
St. Peter of the Rock 7 p.m.
St. Philip Benizi 7 p.m.
Sacred Heart 7 p.m.
OVER 50
NEWS
There will be an Annulment Process informational
evening at 7pm, Tuesday November 15th. Deacon Scott
Parker from the Atlanta Tribunal will be at St. Mary
Magdalene to explain the NEW PROCESS and answer
any questions you may have. It is important to know that
one of the major changes is that there are no fees for the
process. If finances were one of the reasons you were
reluctant to seek an annulment, please know that is no
longer the case. RSVP’s are appreciated.
Over 50’s will meet for their monthly carry-in Dinner at 6:30 on November 14. We
have our reservation for the Christmas party booked, so please remember to bring
$15 per person so that Jack can pay the deposit for us. We will use the same site as
last year. Looking forward to seeing everyone there! Thank you!
COMUNIDAD HISPANA
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HORARIO DE OFICINA
Lunes a Jueves 9:00am - 3:00pm.
Domingos: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Teléfono: (770) 964-5804
BAUTIZOS: Si desea bautizar a su niño/niña favor acérquese a la
oficina para llenar el formulario y regístrese en clases pre
bautismales. Las clases se llevan a cabo el
2ºdomingo de cada mes a las 12:30pm. Los bautizos se
celebran el 3er domingo de cada mes.
CONFESIONES:
Los sábados de 4:00-4:45 pm
MATRIMONIOS:
Favor reservar la Parroquia mínimo con 6 meses de anticipación.
QUINCEAÑERAS:
Anuncios de la Parroquia
Rifa
El Ministerio Hispano esta haciendo una Rifa
para recaudar fondos para la celebración de
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. Se estará
rifando un televisor. Cada boleto cuesta $10.
Para comprar un boleto por favor vea a
Carmen Solano después de la Misa.
Colección de Alimentos
Pláticas: Luz Moreno 678-830-6978
Reservaciones: en la oficina
INTENCIONES PARA LA MISA: Llene la forma verde o
blanca, ubicada frente el baño de damas y entrégala en
la oficina por anticipado!
San Vicente de Paul estará colectando alimentos para
los mas necesitados el domingo 20 de noviembre. Pueden traer los alimentos a la iglesia y depositar en el
cajón disponible en el nártex.
Sacramento de
Primero Reconciliación
Servidores de Santa Misa
2pm
Noviembre 20
Las primeras confesiones tomaran lugar:
Lectores
Ministros de la
Eucaristía
Ujieres
Cecilia Cortez
Gildardo Martínez
Ma Luz Rodríguez
Oscar González
Julia Fermin
Elida Hernández
Martha López
Sabinne García
Cynthia González
Stephanie González
Ashley Alaníz
Rosy Chávez
Dainy Hernández
Sábado, 19 de noviembre a la 10am
Estudio de
Biblia para
los Adultos:
El estudio de Biblia
para los adultos toma
lugar cada domingo de
12:301:45 pm. Los invitamos a
todos a que participen en
esta
clase.
Gracias
Virgen Peregrina
Noviembre 20 La Familia: De Santos Vázquez
Grupo
Carismático de
Oración
Comienza cada
Viernes con el Santo
Rosario a 7 pm,
alabanza y predicación. Sesión
de
Jóvenes, pre-teens y
guardería con
actividades para niños
pequeños.
PAGINA 7
Reflexiones para la Homilía
Nadie puede pronosticar el futuro. Lo único que es seguro es que no sabemos qué va a
pasar. Pero en el evangelio, Jesús nos dice varias cosas acerca de la historia del mundo una vez
que su vida y ministerio terminen. El nos habla para consolarnos y darnos esperanza. El Señor
nos enseña lo necesario para continuar amando al Señor con todo nuestro corazón y a nuestro
prójimo como Dios nos ama.
Primero, El nos dice que mucha gente va a venir diciendo que el fin del mundo está cerca, que
nuestro tiempo aquí ya está terminando. No debemos de seguirlos. Ellos no saben cuándo va a
ser el fin del mundo. Nadie sabe con excepción de nuestro Padre en el cielo.
Segundo, El nos dice que van a haber guerras. En todas las edades ha habido gentes que no se
llevan y que pelean por más poder, más riquezas, más tierras, más libertades. Que difícil que es
amar como el Señor nos manda cuando nos peleamos entre nosotros. El Señor sabe que estos
conflictos van a suceder…nos debemos amar los unos a los otros aun enfrentados a ellos.
Finalmente nos dice que hay gente, incluyendo nuestra familia y amigos, que nos van a
perseguir. No hay nada fácil en ser un discípulo de Jesús. Así como San Pablo les dice a los
Tesalonicenses, debemos trabajar para nuestro bien y el de otros para que puedan experimentar
nuestro amor. Trabajar sin quejarse es un regalo precioso porque la tentación es de quejarse,
demandar y refunfuñar.
Que podamos trabajar para el Señor en su Reino y en este mundo. Que el alimento que
recibimos de El nos de fuerza para poder perseverar como gente de Dios… Una gente de
amor, clemencia y elegancia.
Católico: Defiende tu Fe
El viernes, 18 de noviembre tenemos
una charla facilitada por Martin
Zavala para nuestra comunidad
Hispana. La charla tomara lugar en
nuestra parroquia de 7 a 9 pm.
Para mas información o si desea
participar por favor comuníquese
con Eugenio Jiménez.