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  • TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    August 16, 2015

    ST. JOSEPH PARISH 11045 St. Joseph Blvd. • Mantua OH 44255

    Parish Office PSR Office Ph 330-274-2253 / Fx 330-274-2254 Ph 330-274-2268

    www.stjosephmantua.com • E-Mail: parishoffice@stjosephmantua.com Find Us On Facebook & Follow Us On Twitter > StJosephMantua

    GOD’S WORD TODAY At every Mass we are nourished at two tables: the table of God’s sacred word and the table of the Eucharist. Today’s readings provide a feast for our souls. Wisdom, that mysterious feminine figure, invites all to her table to eat of her food and drink of her wine. This food helps us to “advance in the way of understanding.” As wise followers of the Lord, we listen to Jesus’ words: “I am the living bread that came down from heaven.” At the table of the Eucharist we feast on this, the most sacred of all foods. We eat and drink of the very body and blood of Christ. From both tables—word and Eucharist—we are given life in abundance. Let us hunger for wisdom and for the presence of Christ as the word of God is proclaimed this day. From Saint Margaret Sunday Missal, © J. S. Paluch Co.

    PASTORAL STAFF

    Rev. Michael P. Garvey Pastor

    Mr. Gerry Scopilliti Permanent Deacon

    Sr. Joyce Schreiber, SND Pastoral Minister

    Mrs. Margaret Haney Director of Religious Education

    Mr. Bill Davies Music Minister

    Mrs. Ruth Fitzgerald Administrative Secretary

    Mrs. Kathi Trares Parish Secretary

    Mr. Jason Garey Maintenance

    LITURGY SCHEDULE

    SATURDAY 5:00 p.m.

    SUNDAY 8:30 and 11:15 a.m.

    8:30 and 10:30 a.m. (Summer Schedule)

    WEEKDAY 8:00 a.m. Tues.-Thur.

    HOLY DAYS & SPECIAL LITURGIES (please refer to bulletin)

    RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION)

    Saturdays 4:00-4:30 p.m.

    EUCHARISTIC ADORATION First Friday each month

    6:00-9:00 p.m.

    Please call the Parish Office for Mass & Prayer Intentions,

    Carillon Memorials, Catholic Exponent,

    Family Info. Changes, Bulletin News,

    Parishioner Registration, or details about any

    Parish Organizations, Committees and Ministries.

  • PASTOR’S CORNER Today’s readings present an interesting concept to us. They ask us to look more carefully or listen more attentively to those who we travel through this world with. Have you ever been challenged about an attitude or habit you may have? Once, in Okinawa while with the Marines I was “challenged” by a senior priest. He said he had heard I was arrogant and uncooperative while out on a training exercise. He was right … and I at first did not accept his criticism. Our first two readings admonish us to forsake foolishness. We are to live in accord with God’s will and spirit. John’s Gospel tells us we must eat and drink of Christ’s body and blood if we are to share eternal life. Of course our spiritual lives go beyond the walls of the Church. It is “in the city” that our faith can be tested by people and accepted practices. We can choose to conform or choose to “walk by faith.” Pray to God that we might be spiritually wise and strengthened by Eucharist. Pray further that when we are challenged or encouraged by someone with Gospel wisdom, we might have the faith and humility to listen. God bless!

    Fr. Mike Garvey

    LITURGICAL MINISTER SCHEDULE—8/22-23:

    5:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. SERVERS M. Cymanski J. Gerhardt G. Lesnak A. Lysiak

    LECTORS L. Brugmann B. Cleary J. Fitzgerald A. Brunton B. Custer *Lector Needed

    EUCH. MIN. J. Robine J. Duriak T. Gross T. Sargiovanni P. Fussaro J. Herman G. Scopilliti B. Haas B. Marinelli J. Jakacki B. Sabol M. Jakacki G. Scopilliti G. Scopilliti R. Skocdopole SUPPORT MINISTRIES: MASS SET-UP B. Custer B. Sabol BREAD BAKER C. O’Donnell CLEANERS D. Fedor

    STEWARDSHIP WAY OF LIFE SUNDAY COLLECTION (8/9): $4,385.00 ONLINE GIVING (8/9): $1,000.00 WEEKLY AMOUNT NEEDED: $6,125.00 OVER/UNDER: —$ 740.00 # OF ENVELOPES & ONLINE: 160 (of 517) CHILDREN’S OFFERING: $ 1.00

    STEWARDSHIP THOUGHT A wise person recognizes that all we have comes from God. A wise person thanks God every day for all His many blessings. A wise person realizes that God has blessed us for a reason and He wants us to be partners with Him in His work here on earth.

    LITURGIES FOR THE WEEK Sun. 8:30 a.m. Mass...... Charles Custer 10:30 a.m. Mass ... Richard & Robert Fedor Mon. No Liturgy Tues. 8:00 a.m. Mass...... People of St. Joseph Wed. 8:00 a.m. Mass...... For Those In Need Thur. 8:00 a.m. Mass...... John Hoey Fri. No Liturgy Sat. 4:00-4:30 p.m. Reconciliation 5:00 p.m. Mass ..... Charles Holka, Sr. Sun. 8:30 a.m. Mass...... John Finnerty 10:30 a.m. Mass ... Joseph Clark

    TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION If the alb is the premier baptismal garment, then why are there so many other styles of vesture in evidence in our parishes? In some places, altar servers and other ministers might wear a garment, usually black, called a cassock. Over that is normally worn a white garment (a “surplice”), reminiscent of the alb but much shorter, often of starched linen and trimmed with lace. The cassock is not a liturgical garment, but a clerical robe. Its origins lie in the religious habit of monks. By the late Middle Ages, diocesan priests and clerics increasingly were encouraged to emulate religious priests. Very small boys were often apprenticed to monasteries, especially for music education, and would be invested with a cassock and sometimes even inducted into the ranks of clerics. For centuries before the Reformation, it was required that all men entering higher education be clerics, and so the cassock and its variations became familiar academic garb. At the Reformation, many ministers retained a form of the cassock as ordinary dress, rejecting liturgical garments. In the seventeenth century, the English Civil War was in part provoked by the Archbishop of Canterbury’s insistence that ministers wear surplices. Although the Episcopal Church now retains “cassock and surplice” as the normal dress for lay men and women assisting at liturgy, Catholics are increasingly attentive to the deeply traditional treasure of the alb, our baptismal robe, when special liturgical vesture is needed.

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

    Mon: Jgs 2:11-19; Ps 106:34-37,39-40,43ab,44; Mt 19:16-22 Tues: Jgs 6:11-24a; Ps 85:9, 11-14; Mt 19:23-30 Wed: Jgs 9:6-15; Ps 21:2-7; Mt 20:1-16 Thur: Jgs 11:29-39a; Ps 40:5, 7-10; Mt 22:1-14 Fri: Ru 1:1, 3-6, 14b-16, 22; Ps 146:5-10; Mt 22:34-40 Sat: Ru 2:1-3, 8-11; 4:13-17; Ps 128:1b-5; Mt 23:1-12 To Prepare For Next Weekend’s Mass . . . Sun: Jos 24:1-2a, 15-17, 18b; Ps 34:2-3, 16-21; Eph 5:21-32 [2a, 25-32]; Jn 6:60-69

    THIS WEEK’S READINGS

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    PRAYER INTENTIONS

    Suzy Hafemeister Joyce Kantor Glen Barnes Paula Krebs Lynn Davis Joe Robine Tom Prusha Diane Sanderson Joseph Ventura Donna Sabarese Jo Marie Bailey Sabina Delgado Audrey Combs Kay Gray Irene Welling Kathleen Adams Joseph Stobierski Kari Hopp Natalie Cowling Dan Nuti Frances Strekal Andy Kollarik Robert Quinn Andrea Turner Cheryl Erickson Susan Temple Joan Kodash Renee Wiggins Pat Smith Dean Kohanyi Angie Daczko Mary Ann Feddor Jane Raps

    SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME PRAYER LINE: 440-279-1163

  • Our Chairperson’s Wrap-Up Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, August 23, @ 9:30 a.m. in Hughes Hall. All chairpeople (or a sub) are asked to please come with

    feedback, suggestions, etc. so that we can make any adjustments or improvements for next year!!!

     We currently have the Soft Serve Booth chairperson filled for 2016 - thanks Vince & Donna Festa and the Meat Slicing - thanks Geovanni Valdez. However, that leaves the Walking Taco Booth and Distribution both in need of chairpersons for next year.

    Lost & Found A couple of tank tops were found in the Fair’s Distribution Room. If you have lost these and can identify them, please contact the Parish Office. In addition, we have several pairs of glasses and a couple of other items found during ORF clean-up.

    Keep Up On The Latest ORF News! Please log on to www.stjosephmantua.com and click on the News & Events tab & Ox Roast Fair link for photos schedules, 51 years of history, and much more! Be sure to check there soon after the Fair for all the winners! Don’t forget to visit Facebook & “Like Us”, share with friends and family, post comments & photos, and learn all about the Ox Roast Fair!

    Mark Your Calendars! 53rd Ox Roast Fair

    July 15, 16 & 17, 2016

    52 nd

    stjosephmantua &

    StJosephsOxRoastFair

    StJosephMantua & StJoesOxRoast

    YOU’RE INVITED!

    Fr. Michael Garvey’s Retirement Celebration

    Sunday, August 30th 10:30 a.m. Outdoor Mass

    in the Pavilion followed by a Parish Potluck Picnic

    on grounds & in Hughes Hall

    Please bring your lawn chairs

    Angus Burgers, Hotdogs & Mac ’n Cheese provided by Sam Eisele Catering

    Cake, beverages & place settings provided

    Please sign-up in the Narthex indicating what dish you plan to bring to share & how many from your household will att