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(St.

Augustine Church February 21, 2016)


(Insert Graphic 2120-0036.tif) February 22-28
Monday, February 22 The Chair of St. Peter the Apostle
12:05 Rudy Jovanov
6:00 Confessions
Tuesday, February 23 Lenten Weekday
8:30 School Mass Gertrude Weaver Anniversary
5:15 Nick Cornacchione
Wednesday, February 24 Lenten Weekday
12:05 George Kozarevic
5:00-8Diocesan Confessions
Thursday, February 25 Lenten Weekday
12:05 Mary Lou Cirignano
Friday, February 26 Lenten Weekday
12:05 Marge Pramik
2:00 Stations of the Cross
7:00 Stations of the Cross
Saturday, February 27 Lenten Weekday
8:30 John Somerick
3:00 Confessions
4:00 Thomas Morris Fr. Majikas
Sunday, February 28 Third Sunday of Lent
8:00 William Jursik Fr. Majikas
10:30 Elizabeth Krizan Fr. Browne
5:15 The People of St. Augustine Church Fr. Majikas
Readings for the Week of February 22
Monday
1 Pt 5:1-4, Ps 23:1-3,4,5,6, Mt 16:13-19
Tuesday
Is 1:10-16-20, Ps 50:8-9,16-17,21,23, Mt 23:1-12
WednesdayJer 18:18-20, Ps 31:5-6,14,15-16, Mt 20:17-28
Thursday Jer 17:5-10, Ps 1:1-2,3,4,6, Lk 16:19-31
Friday
Gn 37:3-4,12-13a,17b-28a, Ps 105:16-17,18-19,20-21, Mt 21:3343,45-46
Saturday Mi 7:14-15,18-20, Ps 103:1-2,3-4,9-10,11-12, Lk 15:1-3,11-32
Sunday
Ex 3:1-8a,13-15, Ps 103:1-2,3-4,6-7,8,11, 1 Cor 10:1-6,10-12, Lk
13:1-9
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Time, Talent & Treasure
Sunday Offering
Faith Direct Offering
1,739

February 7
8,190

$
$

1,662

February 14
6,473
$

Total Offering
8,212

Weekly Budget to meet Operating Cost $


11,800
(Shortfall) Overage
$
$
(3,588)
School Support
Capital Support
St. Vincent de Paul
790
Parish Endowment
196
Home Missions
Church in Eastern Europe

$
$

9,852

11,800

(1,948)

512
169

$
$

769
915

441

30

$
$

80
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$
$

522
394

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Second Sunday of Lent
In Transfiguration, Jesus changed His appearance in front of the apostles and then a
mysterious cloud came over them. The apostles were terrified as they entered the
cloud. Every one of us is a constantly-unfolding mystery. When we enter into a
relationship with another, we can expect change and we should expect it to be
unsettling, for it might require us also to change.
Insert Graphic 2000-0047.tif) Please pray for our Sick especially: Karl Bartel, John
Baylock, Joseph Benear, Betty Bartel, Jack Weigand, Lisa Gnap, Irene Lyle, Jenny
Moslowski, Mike Macko, Judy Kriston, Anne Trischan, Fred Kormanic, Shanon
Johnson, Tina Muren, Betty Morlan, JoAnn Mullett, Stephen Deibel, Joanne Ramsay,
Leroy Morlan, William Bedford. Karen Gondor, Carol Garman, Chad Trischan, Pat
Shemuga, Andrew Somercik, Helene Van Oss, Paula Collins, Jodi Johnson, Alexandra
Kepler, Gary Reed, Kristine Hornacek, Vicki Martin, Camilla Pieffer, Barb Shehan,
Gloria Rondy, Joe Patterson III, Lowell Potts, Sandra Walters, Bruce Hartung, Barb
Helms, Sherrie Owens, Nicole Hahn, Carol Hendricks, Clay Walton, Eileen Gustafson,
Tom Abbott, Florence Vesalo, Bob & Patty Moses, Therese Weigand, Marge OBoyle, Bill
Judge, Agnes Hurley, Nancy Fuss, Dr. Bhe, Mark Soberano, Rebecca Starr & Patti Day
Pope Francis Prayer for the Jubilee Year of Mercy - You are the visible face of
the invisible Father, of the God who manifests his power above all by forgiveness
and mercy: let the Church be your visible face in the world, its Lord risen and
glorified. You willed that your ministers would also be clothed in weakness in order
that they may feel compassion for those in ignorance and error: let everyone who
approaches them feel sought after, loved, and forgiven by God. Send your Spirit and
consecrate every one of us with its anointing, so that the Jubilee of Mercy may be a
year of grace from the Lord, and your Church, with renewed enthusiasm, may bring
good news to the poor, proclaim liberty to captives and the oppressed, and restore
sight to the blind. We ask this through the intercession of Mary, Mother of Mercy,
you who live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit for ever and ever. Amen.
(Excerpted from Pope Francis Prayer for the Jubilee Year of Mercy).

Today we welcome the Ancient Order of Hibernians who are celebrating a


Corporate Communion at the 10:30 Mass. The Hibernians are a Catholic
Society that promotes Catholic Irish culture and heritage.
320 Holy Hours were kept with Our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration last week.
Day and night Jesus dwells in the Blessed Sacrament because of his infinite love
for you! "Behold I will be with you always even to the end of the world,"
because "I have loved you with an everlasting love, and constant is my affection for
you." (Mt 28:20, Jer 31:3)
If you would like more information, please call Judy
Soltis at 330-212-0926.
(Insert Graphic 2404-0067.tif)Coffee and Donuts will be served today Sunday,
February 21 following the 10:30 Mass. Come over to enjoy a treat and introduce
yourself to the Hibernians visiting our church today.

A "Caring and Sharing" session for those struggling with divorce, separation or widowhood will
be held on Monday, February 22 from 7:30-9:00 pm at Immaculate Heart of Mary's Convent
Building, 1945 Portage Trail in Cuyahoga Falls. Marlene Maruna, a Licensed Independent Social
Worker, will facilitate this session. This event is open at no charge to people of all faiths. For
more information call Marlene 330-607-6284.
Thank you to Karen Bakita, Theresa Cope, Cathy Denissoff and Bernadette Paridon
for their gracious help with the reception for Fr. Matthew Glaros. It wouldnt have
been so nice without you!
The Spiritual Adoption Baby Shower will be held Sunday, February 28, 2016 following 10:30
Mass at the school cafeteria. All are welcome to attend the celebration of life and prayer.
Donations will benefit the Community Pregnancy Center in Barberton and the St. Augustine
Elizabeth Ministry which donates beautiful baskets to the newly baptized babies of the parish.
Donations are gratefully appreciated but not required for participation in the shower.

Please note: The First Communion Workshop that was cancelled due to snow
is rescheduled for Tuesday, March 1 beginning at 6:30. For additional
information, contact Jaclyn Snyder at 330-745-1080.
Daisy Troop 91114 will be selling Girl Scout Cookies following the 4:00pm
Mass on Saturday, March 5. Stop by after Mass to purchase a box or two.
Cookies are $4.00 per box.

There will be a PARISH LENTEN MISSION presented by Fr. Damian Ference, PH.L. March
6, 7 and 8 from 7:00-8:00 pm in the Church. You may remember Fr. Damian from
the times he celebrated Mass here at St. Augustine. Father is a priest of the Diocese
of Cleveland. He serves at Borromeo Seminary as Director of Human Formation
and Assistant Professor of Philosophy. His talks will include: God and Creation,
Sin and Redemption, and Sacraments and Mission.
Are you looking for a quality kindergarten experience for your child or
maybe a fresh start for grades 1-8? St. Augustine School is now accepting

enrollment for 2016-2017. Need-based financial aid for students entering


K-8 and need-based scholarships for students entering grades K-3 are
available.
Please
call
(330)
753-6435
or
e-mail
sch_staugustine@dioceseofcleveland.org for more information.
The Red Cross is in great need of diapers and wipes for newborn and
toddlers, please consider a donation to this great cause.
Barberton Area Community Ministries item for the Month of February is Soup. All donations can be
placed in the bench in front of the giving tree in the vestibule of the church. Donations are picked up on
Monday mornings. Thank you again for all your support in helping us serve our brothers and sisters
in need.
Mark the Date - Wednesday, February 24, 2016 He brings us the mercy of the
Father who forgives. (Pope Francis) The sacrament of reconciliation offers to us the
healing grace of God in restored relationships: not only our individual relationships
with friends and family, but our relationship with God and with the Catholic Church.
All are asked to join us for An Evening of Confession, February 24, 2016 from 58pm. We particularly invite anyone who may have wandered from the Catholic
Church to come home this Lent, through the sacramental reconciliation. For more
information see www.welcomecatholics.com.
The next round of Euchre will be Friday, March 4 beginning at 6:30pm in the
school cafeteria. Players of all ages are welcome to attend.
(Insert Graphic 2403-0001.tif) In the February/March envelope packets there is an
envelope for Easter Flowers. Donations to the Flower Fund help to defray costs of flowers and
decorations in our church during the Easter Season. Monies received also aid the Parish
Sacristan in keeping the sanctuary supplied with all necessary items throughout the year. For
those using Faith Direct, if you choose to make a donation, please drop an envelope in the
offertory basket with the name of your intention. Donations must be received by Wednesday,
March 16 in order to make the flower list.
(Insert Graphic 1108-0048.tif) For couples preparing for marriage, Pre-Cana Day is
available on the following Sundays in 2016: March 6, April 24, May 22 or June 12 The day will begin with registration at 10:30 a.m., followed by Mass at 11:00 a.m.
Lunch is served at 12:00 p.m. The day will conclude at 6:00 pm. The cost is $75.00
per couple which includes lunch.
To register, visit our website at
www.loyolaretreathouse.com to download a registration form or call the Retreat House
at 330-896-2315.
(Insert Graphic 1103-0041.tif) For those preparing to have a child baptized in the near
future, one requirement is the parents attend a Pre-Baptism Class. The next class will
be held at Immaculate Conception Church in Kenmore on Tuesday, April 19 at
7:00pm. Please contact the rectory at 330-753-8429 for additional information.
SAVE THE DATE FOR HOPE (Healing Our Pain Every day) a faith-based, safe
and fun weekend retreat for teens ages 13-17 years old, coping with the death of a
parent, grandparent or sibling.

It will be Saturday, April 23 at 9:30am until

Sunday, April 24 at 4:30pm at Our Lady of Victory in Tallmadge.

For more

information or to register, contact Linda Herold at 330-633-3637.


Camp Christopher is currently accepting applications for various positions for the
summer camping programs. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older by May 1,
have a strong desire to work with children in an outdoor environment, with a
mission to ensure the campers have a safe, positive and enjoyable experience.
Interested persons can apply at www.campchris.org.
Ireland and Scotland Trip Deacon Robin & Paula Adair, and Fr. Norm
Douglas, will be hosting at trip to Ireland and Scotland, August 19-31, 2016
with Proximo Travel. (See www.proximotravel.com. Scroll down on Custom
trips). An Information night will be held at Guardian Angels Church on
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at 6:30. Consider this opportunity to travel
Ireland and Scotland with fellow parishioners and friends. For additional questions
please contact Deacon Adair at 330-283-4983.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 131st annual Black and Indian Mission
Collection last weekend. Your prayerful support enables people to come to know Jesus
Christ in African American, Native American, and Alaska Native communities all over
the USA. Spreading the Gospel couldnt happen without your support.
THANK YOU from the Women of Faith to everyone who made this year's Shrove
Tuesday Card Party the memorable, fun and successful night it was. A special thank
you to Connie Baker for making the beautiful quilt that parishioner Dee Kenna won.
Proceeds from the Card Party support the many ways WOF serves St. Augustine
Parish and the community. Meetings are the third Tuesday of the month from 6:308:30 pm in the cafeteria. New smiles are always welcome!

CULTURE OF LIFE - If you are looking for ways to fulfill Pope Francis call for
works of Spiritual and Corporal Mercy the Culture of Life provides many
opportunities for both and would welcome your ideas also.
Mark your calendars for the following dates:
Holy Hour for Life the First Friday of every month at 11:00am preceding
the noon Mass. Whenever two or more are available there is an
opportunity to "gather in His name" and witness in front of the abortion
clinic or Planned Parenthood following Mass.

Holy Hour for Religious Freedom is held every Wednesday from 1:002:00pm featuring a Patriotic Rosary.

Culture of Life meets the first Tuesday of every month following the
5:15 Mass and benediction. For more information contact Lynn Willig
@ 330-658-2642.