St. Dominic Catholic Church 303 West Main Street ... Choir and Hand Chime Rehearsals resume

St. Dominic Catholic Church 303 West Main Street ... Choir and Hand Chime Rehearsals resume
St. Dominic Catholic Church 303 West Main Street ... Choir and Hand Chime Rehearsals resume
St. Dominic Catholic Church 303 West Main Street ... Choir and Hand Chime Rehearsals resume
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  • Mission Statement of St. Dominic Church As members of St Dominic Church, we are called through our baptism to give witness to

    the presence of the Holy Trinity by accepting the Gospel message of Jesus Christ as part of

    our daily lives. Our mission is to proclaim the Gospel; to teach and share our faith; and to

    show the love of God to all through our daily lives.

    January 15, 2017 ~ Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

    THREE MISSIONS

    Today we begin with one of the servant songs from the book of Isaiah, a song prophetic of

    Jesus ministry of service. Isaiahs mission is not only to bring back the children of Jacob to

    gather in Israel; it is also to be a light to the nations (Isaiah 49:6). Jesus Christ, as servant, will

    be the fulfillment of the ancient prophecy and the basis of the new.

    This Sunday we begin a series of readings from Pauls letter to the Corinthians. Here Paul is

    identified by his mission: he is an apostle of Jesus Christ. The church at Corinth to whom he

    addresses this letter is also identified: it is part of the universal church of God. The Corinthians

    are called to holiness, as are all Christians.

    Though the feast of the Baptism of the Lord was celebrated last Monday, todays Gospel

    also alludes to the importance of that event. The reading emphasizes that Jesus outranks John:

    his baptism in the Spirit will eradicate sin. Jesus accepts Johns baptism, even though it is he

    himself who is the Lamb of God. Copyright J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.

    St. Dominic Catholic Church

    303 West Main Street, Springfield, KY 40069 Parish Office: (859) 336-3569 Priest Residence: (859) 336-9322

    Dominic Closet (859) 805-1225

    Fax: (859) 336-3549 Email: stdom@bellsouth.net

    Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Church Website: stdomparish.org / School Website: www.stdominicelem.org

    Rev. Trumie C. Elliott, Pastor

    Weekend Masses: Saturday @ 4:30 p.m. & Sunday @ 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.

    Weekday Masses: See bulletin for this weeks Mass schedule

    Spanish Masses: Sunday @ 2:00 p.m.

    Confessions: Saturday 3:30 4:00 p.m. or anytime by request

    mailto:stdom@bellsouth.nethttp://www.stdominicelem.org/

  • 2nd

    Sunday in Ordinary Time

    January 15, 2017

    ~Stewardship Reflections~ "I will give you as a light to the nations,

    that my salvation may reach to the ends of the earth." Isaiah 49:6

    Each one of us must be convinced that our

    contribution to this world makes a difference. "A different world cannot be built by indifferent people" (P. Marshall).

    $$ Weekly Collections $$

    January 8, 2017

    Sunday Collection: $6,297.00

    During the Week: $217.00

    Automatic Withdrawal: $0

    Total Received: $6,514.00

    Fiscal Year TITHING Contribution Summary

    (July 1, 2016 June 30, 2017)

    Tithing Contributions: $417,313.97

    Tithing Budget: $388,808.00

    Overage/ Shortage: $28,505.97

    Annual Budget: $722,072.00 **These figures reflect only the Sunday collections as part

    of the Parish Budget. It does not indicate the budget or

    income of St. Dominic School or other parish

    organizations.

    Campaign Weekly Orig. Capital Campaign/ BFOH Contributions: $80.00

    Weekly Preservation Campaign Contributions: $655.00 Capital Campaign Building Fund Loan Balance: $422,522.74

    Amount of Monthly Payment: $15,066.64

    MASSES FOR THE WEEK January 16-22, 2o17

    Monday: Weekday 8:30 a.m. Omia Kelty Tuesday: St. Anthony 5:30 p.m. Henry & Julia Wimsatt Wednesday: Weekday 8:30 a.m. Chester Clements Thursday: Weekday 5:30 p.m. Danny Medley Friday: Weekday 8:30 a.m. Flo Cambron Saturday: St. Agnes 8:30 a.m. Joe Cambron 4:30 p.m. Francis B. Sambo Smith Sunday: Third Sunday in Ordinary Time 8:30 a.m. Powell Boone 10:30 p.m. Foster & Gertrude OBryan 2:00 p.m. (Spanish Mass) For the Parish

    REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS: Unborn & Elderly, U.S. Military, Reco Bishop,

    Buddy Mudd, Helen Parrott, Fr. McGrath,

    Marion Mulligan, Sr. Marilyn King, Bootsie

    Nally, Patricia OBryan, Nora Smith, Joseph

    Clarence Yates & Cassie Robinson.

    Let us also pray for our own parish members and

    others, who are homebound, in assisted living or

    nursing homes, especially: Charlotte Russell,

    Margaret Kelly, Audrey Edelen, Dorothy Graves,

    Lloyd Haydon, Rita Edelen & John Barber

    Simms.

    Our church always prays for and cares

    for our sick sisters and brothers at home,

    in hospitals, and in nursing homes. If

    any who are sick want to ask in faith

    for the churchs prayers, the Sacrament

    of the Sick or Holy Communion, please

    do not hesitate to call our parish office

    to let Fr. Pepper and our ministers to the

    sick and homebound know your need.

    You are always in our hearts, minds

    and prayers as we celebrate the

    Eucharist at St. Dominic.

  • TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION As soon as Christmas ends, people begin planning for Easter! Originally, the source of our Paschal Triduum was

    but a single liturgy extending from Saturday sundown to

    sunrise on Easter Sunday. The two days leading up to the

    liturgy were days of fast, not only for the elect, but for the

    church preparing to baptize them. A fifth-century pope

    explained that the church imitated the apostles, who were

    in hiding with their grief from the arrest of Jesus, and

    therefore sacraments, even penance, were forbidden.

    Inevitably, though, people wanted to come together,

    and so eventually a Liturgy of the Word developed for

    Good Friday. This was the first step toward todays shape

    of the Triduum, and gradually new ideas were embraced,

    including the veneration of the cross and a simple

    Communion service. Interestingly, the Word remained

    central, since we know that in those days the pope did not

    receive Communion at this liturgy, even though the faithful

    had that option. In the other churches of Rome, priests and

    people received Communion under both species. Although

    the custom of Communion on Good Friday took hold, it

    did not endure past the Middle Ages. The central liturgies

    of the year slowly unraveled and disappeared from parish

    life. Remember that there were no seminaries in those

    days, and books were a rare luxury. Most priests could

    only manage to celebrate a simple low Mass, and few

    parishes could afford the ritual books that would guide a

    priest through the complex forms. Holy Week remained

    important in private devotion, but for a time the liturgies

    virtually disappeared.

    Rev. James Field, Copyright J. S. Paluch Co.

    Liturgical Roles (Next Weekend)

    Gift Bearers 4:30 p.m. Todd & Tona Smith & Family 8:30 a.m. Joyce Boone & Family

    10:30 a.m. Dustin & Haylee Blandford

    Lectors 4:30 p.m. Kenny & Cindy Begley 8:30 a.m. Peter Boone, Colette Hill

    10:30 a.m. Davis Carney, Tammy Sallee

    Servers 4:30 p.m. Nathan Greathouse, Carter Hilton Meredith OCull, Layne Riley

    8:30 a.m. Kayleen Taylor, Nick Smith

    Gabriel Mattingly

    10:30 a.m. Jordan Frye, Madison Long

    Paige Frantz, Cameron Jones

    Liturgical Roles (Monthly)

    Altar Caretakers for January Kathy Fields (wk. 1), Katie Simms (wk. 2)

    Marylyn Boone (wk. 3), Martha Hinton (wk. 4)

    Purificator Washing Committee Member for JAN.

    Martha Hinton

    Euch. Min. to the Sick & Homebound for JAN. (Group A) Joyce Boone

    (Group B) Beverly Sagrecy

    (Group C) Reba Hamilton

    (Group D) Sally Isaacs

    Weekend Eucharistic Ministers for JANUARY

    4:30 p.m. Richard & Agnes Keene

    2 Volunteers

    8:30 a.m. Betty Sue Devine, Sally Isaacs

    Katie Simms, Linda Parrott

    10:30 a.m. Lynn Foster, Belle Sutton

    Sarah Buckman, Chris Brady

    Weekend Ushers for JANUARY 4:30 p.m. David Carney, Daniel Carney

    2 Volunteers

    8:30 a.m. Larry Hamilton, Jerry Grider

    Paul Noel, Grant Satterly

    10:30 a.m. Ike Sallee, Paul Osborne

    Bart Mattingly, Chris Welch

    Weekend Greeters for JANUARY 4:30 p.m. Elaine Downs, Rose Marylyn Boone

    8:30 a.m. Amy Noel & Family

    10:30 a.m. Ashton, Cameron & Clayton Jones

    Liturgical Roles (Weekdays)

    Lectors

    Mon. Catherine Clements

    Tues. Joyce Boone

    Wed. Reba Hamilton

    Thurs. Wassie Parrott

    Fri. School

    Sat. Perry Carrico

    Eucharistic Ministers

    Mon. Fabian Cambron

    Tues. Mary Ann Hale

    Wed. Perry Carrico

    Thurs. Catherine Clements

    Fri. School

    Sat. Joe David Clements

  • MENTIONS, MEETINGS, EVENTS & REMINDERS Parish Office will be closed on Monday, Jan. 16

    th, in observance of Martin Luther King Day.

    Choir and Hand Chime Rehearsals resume January 18 in the church basement. Choir at 6:30 p.m. and

    Hand Chimes at 7:30 p.m. W