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Welcome Fr. Mike Creson! Fr. Mike Creson has joined Our Lady of Perpetual Help as Associate Pastor. As many of you know, Fr. Mike was the pastor at Holy Spirit Parish in Soddy Daisy for the past 10 years. He is a fine man and wonderful priest. He will be a welcome addition to the parish and a tremendous help to Fr. Jim and Fr. Augustine. Fr. Mike will be in the parish office on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, as well as at some weekend Masses. He will spend the remaining part of the week in Winchester, Tennessee so that he can help his mother deal with her current medical situation. Please welcome Fr. Mike when you see him. We are very lucky to have him with us!

Haiti earthquake relief information A,nd Update on our Twin Parish in Haiti

The Catholic community of the U.S. is reaching out to our brothers and sisters in Haiti in significant and immediate ways.. Catholic Relief Services (CRS), the official international humanitarian agency of the U.S. Catholic Church, is mounting a • major emergency response to this disaster and has made an initial commitment of 5 million dollars for immediate use in the relief effort. Please keep those who are suffering in your prayers. If you were not able to contribute to the second collection today but would like to donate, please call 1-877-HELP-CRS, donate online at, or send a check to Catholic Relief Services, P.O. Box 17090, Baltimore, MD 21203-7090. In the memo portion of your check, please write: Haiti Earthquake. Our twin parish in Haiti, St. Pierre Claver in Dory, is quite some distance from the Haitian capitol, Port-au-Prince, where the recent major earthquake occurred. The parish did suffer some minor damage but luckily avoided any major problems. St. Pierre Parish now has a new Pastor, Fr. Daniel Lucien, and for the first time an Associate Pastor, Fr. Ingrid Antoine. Fr. Daniel has been communicating with Jeff Raabe, our OLPH contact for our twin parish, and he sends his greetings and continued thanks to the parishioners of Our Lady of Perpetual Help for all of our financial help and continued prayers.

Participate. Share. Donate. Help raise funds.

Project HOMELESS Connect a LINK to community support and resources Thursday, January 28, 2010 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Chattanooga's National Guard Armory, Holtzclaw Ave. The following items are among the most urgent needs for our homeless neighbors. Please consider making a donation using this list as your guide. Cash donations are also critical and will be used to purchase other necessary items and supplies.

gloves/hats/scarves toothbnishesItolletry items socks backpacks jackets/coats men's comfortable shoes sizes 11-13 large and XL warm clothing plastic ziplock-style bags bicycles pocket warmers bicycle equipment blankets bicycle locks long-John undergarments toiletry items/lotions new underwear for men/ladies chapstick reading glasses rain wear/ponchos first aid kits compact umbrellas pet care supplies for companion dogs

Your gift will make a difference. To help at the event s register as a the next page for more info on volunteering) Check Where do I send interested in donating items listed above? volunteer at my gift check? Please make check payable to: You may drop off your donations at the St. Andrews www.hhoeporg. Project Homeless Connect Center in Highland Park, Mon.

Mall check to: -Please clearly mark all donations for Project Homeless St. Andrews Center Connect. Thurs., 9 a.m. 1918 Union Ave. Chattanooga, TN 37404 Questions? Contact John Dorris 4 p.m. Questions? Contact Beth Simpson (doffls (BethS@HamiltonTitgov or 423-209-8336) _ J@be Project Homeless Connect Is a special project of the City of Chattanooga in conjunction with the many llsout local social service agencies, professional organizations, ova restaurants, generous individuals and faith-based gmups. Transportation forthose needing to attend the expo for services will be available at various locations throughout the community. or 423-5 0348 76)

Dear Volunteers and Supporters, The next Project Homeless Connect (PHC) will be held January 28, 2010, beginning at 9 at Doors will close at 3 p.m. We are excited to announce that Project Homeless Connect will be held this time at the National Guard Armory on Holtzclaw Ave. There is ample parking and space available to us for the event. As you know, Project Homeless Connect brings volunteers of all experience levels and backgrounds together to serve people in our community who are homeless, or at risk of becoming so. Project Homeless Connect provides direct services to people experiencing homelessness. We are able to do this because people Me you in our community are willing to volunteer their time and expertise to help their neighbors. A background in social services is not required to volunteer for this event — but you do need willingness to help, an ability to connect, and a sense of humor. For our third Project Homeless Connect we are planning to serve 350 individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. In order to have a successful event, we need between 200 and 250 volunteers. Volunteers are the heart of Project Homeless Connect and there are many ways to become involved, including helping people check in for the event, escorting a client through needed services, or sharing a meal in the Connect CafÊ. Volunteers may be asked to attend a brief training and orientation session (times and places to be announced). Since the location and event layout is very different from last time, even returning volunteers will need to attend a training and orientation session. Please register by January 17, 2010 to volunteer. Volunteers can register online by going

to and following the Project Homeless Connect link on the left side ofthe page. Project Homeless Connect welcomes and needs financial support imd contributions of in-kind items. If you would lice to make a financial donation (or if you have questions about volunteering) then please contact John Dorrk ( or 423-503-1876). To make in-lcind donations, please refer to the list of needed items and contact Beth Simpson (BedthWhanifronTN.gos or 423-2098336).

Thank you very much for supporting Project Homeless Connect.

John P. Donis Chairman Project Homeless Connect

KNIGHTs., 1 ANNUAL • SUPER PORK 12: toy 5:00pau

Date: February

AU proceeds benefit Right to We Support the Right to Life Foundation and enjoy a delicious smoked Pork Tenderloin while you watch the Super Bowl. You can also purchase and enjoy delightfully baked pastries by the Ladies Auxiliary.


Mho Out Menu Pork Tenderloin


Chicken Strips


Real Mashed Potatoes




Knights of Columbus ha is located at 7615 Lee Highway, near the interaction of Bonnie Oaks Drive.

If you want a special Order such as unseasoned, cut in halt etc, please contact Clarence Bodnar at the lad

Knights will take your order after mass or you can call the hall at 423.899.9989 or email

We thank you for your support in the previous years and wish you a Happy and Prosperous New Year.


Holy Mass Wool)

in Celebration of Marriage

Principal Celebrant Bishop Richard Stika 1/toaA/ , 0Reocovutt,eot our dokr hearts! VOWS I Relotoe LIA# the Lora! :

Saturday, February 2010 Mass begins at 11:00 am Pleasejoi4v ns as we continue our celebrat. A lupt-oh receptioiv will be held In, the parish a ? center Immediately Allowing mass. All are welcome

Our Lady of Perpetual Help 501 South Moore Road Chattanooga, TN 37412 RSVP: by Monday, Februguy ithyrne@dloknoLorg 865-5843307 423602-5525 4141841011080008800P08008,11814181108881WOMODOODOVV881418888811881180809818008.811011080118POSIMMPOR

Dan Griess, CRS, GRI, Parishioner

Certified Residential Specialist Licensed in TN and GA Office: 238-5440 Direct: 421-1984


Come To Our Sunday Brunch! 11-3 All You Can Eat!



Ruiz Family / Parishioners


2204 Hamilton Place Blvd. fax 423-894-2714

Attorneys, parishioners

Daily Lunch Specials & Sushi Specials


744 McCallie Ave., Ste. 213 423-267-9955



Birthday & Novelty Cakes Are Our Specialty

400 S. Moore Rd.


Chattanooga Funeral Home Crematory and Florist



Family Owned Scratch Bakery


ST. ELMO PAS Bookkeeping

Mon. - Fri. 8 AM - 6:30 PM Sat. 8 AM - 5 PM

4000 ST. ELMO AVE.



David & Sunny Jackson, parishioners


ANDY On Call

Bill Harmer, CPA

• Handyman Service • • Small Jobs •


Individual & Small Business Bookkeeping, Payroll, Tax

Steel Coils • Sheets • Strip Blanks • CR HR Coated • Prepainted 514 Franklin Bldg. • Chattanooga

Davy Corbitt 6807 Lee Hwy. 894-3907 / 894-9924

Stolpmann Plumbing 207 N. Holly St.


on any job over 150 $

Chattanooga Cleveland Oliver Mayfield David Mayfield 892-5950 476-6000

40 OFF LABOR Fully Insured

Nelka Smith

624-9800 • Order Online 24/7 & $5 off $35 or more; $10 off $60 or more

499-9167 499-0605 fax

Jim Rogers - Parishioner

5800 Bldg., Ste. 800

Avon Representative

Tom & Jinksie Harris

“Chattanooga’s Guitar Specialists”



on any job over $300


May Bros.



Knights of Columbus

Cornerstone AutomAtion, LLC Providing Comfort & Quality Commercial Heating • Air Conditioning • Controls

Buy • Sell • Trade Guitar Lessons Available 3240 Brainerd Rd. 629-1661

Dale Ingram, m.D.

Joseph payne, D.D.s.


General Dentistry By Appointment 102 Walnut St. 756-0481 Lifetime Parishioner

Holy Family Council, Serving our Church, Family & Community. Banquet Facilities Available


Call 899-9989 for Information

Compliments of

Compliments of

John Jackson Attorney at Law

General OrthOpedics & spOrts Medicine


East Ridge Coin Laundry


Single Catholics

1483 Mack Smith Rd.

423-894-9532 Drop-off Services • Ironing Parishioners

Advertise Your Business! Call 1-800-282-5106.


Rogers Steel Company


& Tax


Brainerd Village • 5862 Brainerd Rd.


For Advertising Information CALL


1510 Gunbarrel Rd.


4921 Brainerd 899-9252

10% discount with bulletin!

Cell.: 423-580-4160 • Office 423-892-1515 edward.mahn Licensed in

Ed & Cindy Schemel

Sushi Bar and Chinese Cuisine

Susan Castle

Affiliate Broker / Parishioner scastle @


Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel

1720 S. Scenic Hwy.


Compliments of


BELMONT CHEMICAL E Custom Painting I N X & T T Home Repairs E E R Bob Dougherty R I I • 899-1060 • O O Pressure Washing R R




Pet Care Kennels Quality Care ~ Affordable Prices Individual Heated & A/C Pens with outside runs Grooming by Reservation

238-5296 Skip & Jerry Ann Hunerwadel

CHIROPRACTIC ARTS Creating Health, One Spine At A Time

at riverview

5773 Brainerd rd. (By PeP Boys)



off with this ad www .La-oLLa. com

Laura Smith, stylist 423-244-7373 • 1101 Hixson Pike $20 off color service, $10 off cuts **new clients

Eye care for the entire family. Complete eye Care • eye exams ContaCt lenses • oCular Disease Located on the upper level in Hamilton Place Mall next to LensCrafters. Most insurance accepted.

OLPH Parishioner


Compliments of


INVESTMENT SERVICES Edward Warwick Senior Vice President Financial Advisor 832 Georgia Avenue, Suite 1200 Chattanooga, TN 37402 423-752-4715

Investments and services offered through Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC, member SIPC. © 2009 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney


Scott & Angela Johnson Parishioners Parents of children at O.L.P.H.


NY CS 5991913 ANN-04 06/09 GP09-01334P-N04/08


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Please patronize our bulletin sponsors.


1722 S. Market St.

Hannah Hackett–Doctor of Chiropractic



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