Parish News, Thursday, November 1 , 2018
All Saints Day Holy Obligation Day Mass is at 6:30 pm tonight, Thursday, November 1
All Souls Mass is tomorrow, Friday, November 2 at 6:30 pm (9 am Mass is cancelled)
Stewardship of Treasury
“We are Disciples imbued by the Holy Spirit”
Our Annual Offertory Drive started last weekend. If you did not pick up your packet at the back of Mass it was mailed out this week. Today the first annual “Stewardship of Treasure” will handed out at Mass this weekend. The “Stewardship of Treasure” will include information on giving, an assessment of where we are in our mission and where we hope to be, along with an annual accounting of our income and expenses from the prior fiscal year, along with a summary of our budget for the upcoming year. Take time to look through the pages of this booklet as they consider before the Lord how he has called them to financially support the mission of our parish in the coming year.
During the weekend, November 10th and 11th, will be “Commitment Sunday”. Bring your pledge and drop it in the basket at the base of the Sanctuary. No matter how large or small your pledge, all are invited to bring their gift to the Lord. If you are unable to bring your pledge to Mass, please feel free to mail it back in the envelope provided in your packet or drop it by the Office.
If you have any questions, please call Maggie Wright, OFS, Director of Accounting and Development at 740.345.8708, extension 204.
Once Fall begins, things start to rush towards the New Year. One day pumpkin spiced everything seems to go on sale, and the next day it's Christmas Eve--where is the time to prepare? As Advent approaches, we want to take time to purposefully make ourselves ready for the coming of Jesus at Christmas. This month, Katherine and Grace will help us get ready by looking at the life of Mary the Mother of God; to see how she prepared the way for the coming of Jesus. Join us Friday, November 9th for Pints with Padre at the Rectory. RSVP to 740.535.6359
This Saturday, November 3rd, after the 5 pm Mass in Johnson Hall
SAVE THE DATE
our parish will begin a consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Immaculate Heart of Mary to finish on the feast of the Immaculate Conception. You and your family are invited to join us for this daily devotion for 33 days. You can pick up a small print pamphlet of 33 Days to Morning Glory after Mass the next 3 weekends or outside the parish office. Suggested donation is $1 to help us cover the cost. We also have a few paper back regular prints at church for $15 and you can order 33 Days to Morning Glory on Amazon for approximately $10.
Saturday, November 10th from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
for more information or click on the link below to register:
Newark Catholic High School School Advisory Board.
The Board has 2
board positions. Please review the attached document that describes the Board and functions. If you are interested, please submit a resume or bio and/or a letter of recommendation(s) to the school board by Friday, November 16th.
For more information please contact Dave Stalling at (614.519.1853) or email at
Training will be held on Sunday, November 4, 9:15-10:15 a.m. for New Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Ushers, and Porters. Porters will be responsible for opening and closing of the church. Please meet in the Church. These positions will count toward Parish volunteer hours.
Elevate will be taking a break this week to allow for family time. Our next meeting at Saint Francis will be on Wednesday, November 7th. In the meantime, Damascus Catholic Mission Campus, home of CYSC, has invited all of our families to the second annual Damascus Day, held on Sunday, November 4th! It is an opportunity for our families to visit the campus, participate in high adventure activities, and experience Damascus' world-class programs.
Families are invited to gather and spend the day together; engage in high adventure fun and high adventure faith. The event begins at Damascus at 12:00 pm, and will close at 7:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for you and your youth engage your faith in a new way. Please click on the link below:
Damascus Day Schedule
2:00 Activities, zip-line, rock wall, face painting, inflatables, high ropes, and much more
5:00 BBQ Dinner
6:00 Message and Prayer
2019 March for Life Student Permission Form.pdf
2019 March for Life Letter.pdf
After a week off, Seeds of Faith will be back in session this Sunday, November 4 in Johnson Hall after 8 am Mass. Discussion will continue on St. Peter.
The Catholic Watchmen will present the third session of the seven disciplines on Thursday, November 8th, beginning at 6:15 p.m. We will begin the evening with dinner in Johnson Hall followed by a presentation by Ed Watson. Our topic will be: Strive to be a spiritual father like St. Joseph. Everyone is invited to join the monthly parish Adoration/Reconciliation service at the conclusion of the meeting. You are encouraged to invite your friends, both parishioners, and non-parishioners to this event.
Sent by Edward Watson on Thursday, November 1 at 2:00PM