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STUDENT PARISH


Whether or not

hated and marginalized, the meek, the

from person to person, but it requires

“Rejoice and Be

merciful, and the persecuted. “Blessed

from each person moments of prayer

Glad!” adequately

are you!” he said. “Happy are you!’

and silence before God who speaks to

captures the

The call to rejoice and be glad is a

us each in the unique and individual

feelings of students,

challenge to people of faith to look

circumstances of our lives.

faculty, and staff

beyond the values and appearances of

beginning a new

the world to our hope in the values of

It is my hope that St. Mary Student

academic year, it does reflect the

our God who loves and sustains us

Parish can play a posi$ve and

sen$ments of those of us welcoming

within even the darkest experiences of

suppor$ng role for you as you listen

all our new and returning students and

our lives.

for that voice of God in your heart and in the unique circumstances of your

parishioners to St. Mary Student Parish. Our hope above all is that you

The complete $tle of Pope Francis’s

life. Rejoice and be glad! And know

will find here a place of prayer and

exhorta$on is Rejoice and Be Glad: On

that you are welcome here!

community, a space for personal and

the Call to Holiness in Today’s

spiritual life and growth, and a

World. He asks us to expand our

welcoming haven that reflects the

understanding of what holiness means,

inclusive love and welcome of Jesus.

and to see in it a very prac!cal call to

This year, the invita$on to “Rejoice

Francis, holiness is experiencing the

and Be Glad!” takes on an addi$onal

mysteries of Christ’s life in the daily

meaning to us. We have chosen the

living of our own, and he sees in the

phrase as our “theme” for this year,

Bea!tudes Jesus’s own portrayal of

taking it from the $tle of Pope

what it means to be holy.

be lived in our ordinary lives. To

FULL MASS SCHEDULE SUNDAY

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Francis’s Apostolic Exhorta$on

DAILY

published earlier this spring. Pope

To many Chris$ans, a call to holiness

Francis, in turn, took it from the mouth

sounds like something reserved for the

of Jesus, of course, who gave us the

canonized saints. But as Francis

Bea$tudes.

reminds us, it is really a call to be most authen$cally ourselves, to be most fully what God has called us to

suggest a pie-in-the-sky “Don’t worry,

be. And that, to each one of us, means

be happy” sort of op$mism. But

something a bit different. Francis

within the context of the Bea$tudes, it

emphasizes that we are called to

is a phrase spoken by Jesus to the

holiness “each in his or her own

poor, the hungry, those who weep, the

way.” Holiness doesn’t look the same

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women and men from all classes of society to con$nue to follow his way to God, and his commitment to helping people become whole and holy. The life and liturgy of St. Mary Student Parish emerge from our convic$on that God is ac$ve in our world and that we can experience God’s presence and ac$on in our daily lives. As the great Jesuit paleontologist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin wrote, “God is not remote from us. He is at the point of my pen, my pick, my paintbrush, my needle, and my heart and my thoughts.”

Igna$an Spirituality is not merely an inward journey, much less a self-absorbed one. It aims to bring people closer to God and more deeply into the world - not away from it with gra$tude, passion, and humility. We desire as our first priority to ground our growth, our very being in the God who created us in love, to give love and to receive love. Our God gave us the gi's and abili$es we bring here, and God encourages us - calls us - to grow in these abili$es by using them not only for ourselves but for the wider world, especially for the wider world that suffers injus$ce, poverty, and oppression. In all these things, we are nourished by our Catholic faith, rooted in the Universal Church under the leadership of Pope Francis. We live in hope that God hears and answers our prayers as we strive to become what we ask of God in one of the great Eucharis$c Prayers of the Church.

This Igna$an spirituality embraces a way of discerning God’s presence in our everyday lives - and doing something about it - that was first taught by St. Igna$us of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits). Igna$us was a Spanish Soldier and aristocrat who discerned his calling a'er suffering nearly fatal wounds on the ba*lefield. He founded the Society of Jesus in 1540, instruc$ng the early Jesuits to go out and “find God in all things.” That is the signature spirituality of the Jesuits, and it is the spirituality that infuses Jesuit parishes. The path to spirituality begins with an invita$on to enter deeply into rela$onship with Jesus, so that the mind, heart, values, priori$es, and loves of Jesus might equally become our own. What are those values, priori$es, and loves? Igna$us would encourage us to consider what Jesus said and did. At the founda$on of Jesus’ life was prayer, a con$nuous search for how best to love as an authen$c human being before a loving God. Jesus preached forgiveness of sins, healed the sick and possessed, and gave hope to the poor, to those socially and economically outcast. Jesus spoke of joy, peace, jus$ce, and love; he summoned

Pick up a welcome guide at any of our church entrances for an overview of the numerous programs and ministries we offer. There are so many ways to get involved, from faith-sharing and student mass & dinners, to discussion groups and service opportuni$es. Visit our website for more, including our event calendar!

It is our call from God to make available the sacraments, religious educa$on, and spiritual support through both good and difficult $mes. We also want to provide opportuni$es to live your bap$smal call by ge-ng involved in ministry and service. Register today to let us know who you are and how St. Mary can join you on your journey. Visit our website stmarystudentparish.org and click the blue JOIN bu*on in the top right corner.

Labor Day Hours We will be open 3:00 PM-9:00 PM Monday, Sep. 3 for the Labor Day holiday.

Daily Mass at 5:10 PM


MON, SEPT 17 I 7-8:30PM The Grad/YP lead team invites all Grad Students and Young Parishioners to join us for an open mee$ng of the lead team. Come help us brainstorm, share ideas, plan for future ac$vi$es and events with the Grad/YP group. For more informa!on or to be added to our email list, contact the Grad/YP Lead Team at smsp.grads.lead@umich.edu or Fr. Joe at jwagner@smspnewman.org

Ushers & Greeters provide a welcoming environment for students, residents and visitors. Altar Servers prepare the altar for the Eucharist and assist the presider during mass. Eucharis!c Ministers distribute Holy Communion to the assembly. Readers proclaim the Scripture readings and Prayers of the Faithful. Contact Lane"e lmele@umich.edu

CHURCH ENVIRONMENT

Use your own design sense and crea$vity to help create a prayerful atmosphere in our worship spaces.

Volunteers provide over 27,000 hours of service here at St. Mary. With over 950 events a year, the opportuni$es to get involved are endless! Have a skill or resource you’d like to provide? Contact Susan smaulb@umich.edu §

Funeral hospitality Contact Susan smaulb@umich.edu

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Welcome commi*ee Contact Susan smaulb@umich.edu

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Contact Sonia soniafrances55@yahoo.com 734.846.6755 § §

Kni-ng scarves, hats and mi*ens for the homeless and others in need Contact Maureen mlrvoorhees@gmail.com Sewing prayer blankets Contact Sara kingcsa@yahoo.com Sewing Bap$smal bibs, washing and ironing church linens Contact Lane"e lmele@umich.edu


welcome students! restore THURSDAY AFTER IG.NITE FROM 7:30-9PM IN THE RECTORY LOUNGE Looking to become more engaged in the Mass and a*en$ve to the ac$on of God in your life?

labor day mass 5:10 PM welcome BBQ & parish tour 6:00 PM

Celebrate Monday Mass with us then head to the courtyard for our annual welcome BBQ for undergrads. S$ck around a'erward for faith-sharing with RESTORE! The Parish is open un$l midnight for our students to study and hang out.

ig.nite kickoff 5:10 PM

Weekly event on Thursday: daily mass followed by a home-cooked meal and faithbased conversa$on.

Restore is an open, undergraduate faith sharing group focused on restoring faith, friendships, and the kingdom of God. We read the readings for the coming Sunday and focus on seeing God in ac$on in our lives. Come meet other undergrads, have authen$c conversa$ons and build real rela$onships and community. No need to sign up, just drop in! Contact Jess jessjana@umich.edu.

root beer pong tournament 7:00 PM

Make new friends & keep the old at our Friday welcome party. Free food and prizes!

fresh gathering 6:00 PM Freshmen and first-year students! You will hear a lot of voices telling you who are and who to become – start anew and let God define who you are. Join us for fellowship, fun, a home-cooked meal, and learn how St. Mary can be your new home away from home. RSVP link: goo.gl/JphAiA

mass of the holy spirit 9:00 PM

Special blessing for students, faculty, and staff during a candlelit mass.

sunday nights @ smsp ·

Evening Masses at 5 & 9 PM

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Confessions at 7:30 PM

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Snacks in the Newman Lounge from 6-9 PM

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Open un$l midnight for students Sunday-Thursday


Fr. Joseph Wagner, SJ Pastoral Administrator and Campus Minister

Fr. Dennis Dillon, SJ Pastoral Associate

Fr. Patrick Casey, SJ Pastoral Associate

Fr. Richard D’Souza, SJ Pastoral Associate

Deacon Romolo Leone Pastoral Associate

Jenny Line Campus Minister

Brian Cerabona Campus Minister

Ali Reis Campus Minister

Sam Jennings Campus Ministry Assoc

Ally Liedtke Campus Ministry Assoc

Alicia Frenette Controller

Brittany Tobias Communications Director

Danielle Kopin Stewardship Director

Lanette Mele Office Manager & Liturgy Assistant

Carol Konczal Receptionist & Administrative Assistant

Susan Maulbetsch Hospitality & Welcome Coordinator

Rita Zyber RCIA & Youth Ministry Associate

Amy Ketner Hispanic/Latino Ministry Coordinator

Lori Feiler Family Ministry Program Director

Karen Foster Family Ministry Program Assistant

Marcela Larios Hispanic/Latino Ministry Sacramental Prep. Assistant

Kristin Berger Music Coordinator

Julie Mussio Marriage Preparation & Ministry Schedule Coordinator

Kristen Gowman Bookkeeping Assistant

Sue Walters Database Coordinator

Gary Pearce Operations Manager

Dan Hankins Custodian

Mark Deprest Building Assistant

George Kasotakis Custodial Assistant


CHRISTOPHER CLARK OFFICE ASSITANT

KATELYN JOHNSON OFFICE ASSISTANT

CLAIRE KRAKOWIAK OFFICE ASSISTANT

JAMIE LINCE OFFICE ASSISTANT


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Choir Practice before Mass Choir Practice before Mass Children’s Liturgy Choir Practice before Mass English as a Second Language Hispanic/Latino Choir Practice Hispanic/Latino Children’s Lit. Faith Doing Justice Reconciliation

8:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:15 AM 10:30 AM 12:45 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM

Music Room Music Room Newman Hall+ Music Room Newman Hall Music Room Donnelly Hall Rectory Dining Room Church

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Labor Day Mass Labor Day Undergrad BBQ Centering Prayer Born for Joy Parish Bible Study

5:10 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Church Courtyard Richard Room Monteith Room Newman Room

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 LGBT Outreach Ministry

7:00 PM

Loyola Room

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Reconciliation RCIA Team

5:45 PM 7:00 PM

Church Rectory Dining Room

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 Ig.nite Restore

5:10 PM 7:30 PM

Church & Newman Hall Rectory Lounge

FRIDAY, SEPT 7 Undergrad Root Beer Pong

7:00 PM

Newman Hall

SUNDAY, SEPT 9 Choir Practice before Mass Choir Practice before Mass Children’s Liturgy Choir Practice before Mass English as a Second Language Hispanic Choir Practice Hisp/Lat Children’s Liturgy Special Event Team Meeting Reconciliation

8:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:15 AM 10:30 AM 12:45 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:30 PM

Music Room Music Room Newman Hall+ Music Room Donnelly Hall Music Room Donnelly Hall Rectory Dining Room Church

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 8:30 AM Mass for 10:00 AM Mass for 12:00 PM Mass for 2:00 PM Mass for 5:00 PM Mass for 9:00 PM Mass for

Joan & Scott Alexander & Family +Pamela Gibbings +Becky Hilger +Paul Generoso Joseph Puttrich

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 5:10 PM Mass for

Christopher Brown & Family

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 5:10 PM Mass for

+Margaret Betts

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Mass for +Joseph Lane

5:10 PM

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 5:10 PM Mass for Alicia Patterson & Family FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 12:10 PM Mass for

+Sandra Bartlett

God calls us to share our talents with the church, and we need yours! If you have a heart for singing, please join one of our choirs. We are looking to start a choir at the 5pm Mass and a student choir at the 9pm Mass, but will always welcome new vocalists to our exis$ng groups at 8:30 am, 10 am, noon, and 2 pm (Spanish). If you have any ques$ons, please email Kris$n Berger, Music Coordinator, at kberger@smspnewman.org or talk to the director at your favorite Mass. We hope to sing with you soon!

Small Church Communi$es (or SCCs) are a great way to get more involved with your faith and with the community here at St. Mary Student Parish. In order to provide enough groups this Fall, we need more facilitators. Materials, guidance and prayer sugges$ons are provided. Facilitators help to keep the group on track and moving forward with frui>ul discussion. You can choose a $me and day that works best for you. Please contact Rita Zyber for more informa$on. rzyber@smspnewman.org


Come join us in our weekly Spanish mass, and our many other events and programs offered in Spanish. Our Hispanic/La$no community includes a diverse array of students and resident parishioners. Many in the Ministry are bilingual, but minimal Spanish is needed to par$cipate in our various programs. We welcome those na$ve to Spanish-speaking countries, as well as those interested in prac$cing Spanish! Volunteers are invited to help with English as a Second Language (ESL) conversa$on hours, Children’s Liturgy, Catechism, Bilingual Sta$ons of the Cross, quinceañeras, Spanish choir, and social events. We also need volunteers to help with our weekly Spanish mass and with annual cultural celebra$ons, like Our Lady of Guadalupe and Day of the Dead.

Interested in learning more about immigra$on in the US? Already passionate about it? Engage with the immigrant community at our parish in a more meaningful way by joining the Immigra$on Team and/or par$cipa$ng in our events. The Immigra$on Team aims to make St. Mary a dynamic resource for our immigrant and non-immigrant communi$es by providing pastoral care, educa$on, and advocacy opportuni$es, all based in mutual companionship. From praying the Rosary with immigrant families, to organizing advocacy campaigns and educa$onal events, there are a variety of ways you join us in “welcoming the stranger” as Jesus has called us to do. Contact Amy aketner@smspnewman.org

Contact Amy aketner@smspnewman.org

SIGN UP IN THE ATRIUM TODAY! St. Mary is excited to announce a new opportunity to pray together as a community. Each week a family from the parish will receive a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe, to pray with her all week. They will pick up the statue on Sunday, pray with her all week, and then return her the following Sunday so that a new family can receive her in their home. We will do this from now un$l the Feast Day of Our Lady on Wednesday, December 12. If you would like to sign up for a week, please leave your name and number on the sign up sheet in the atrium. For more informa$on contact Amy aketner@smspnewman.org

CALL FOR LEARNERS: Clases de Ingles Gra$s Enseñanza par$cular en un lugar seguro Los Domingos, 12:45 – 13:45 En La Parroquia Universitaria de Santa María ¡No hace falta hacer reserva! ¿Preguntas? Email Tanner tannerjo@umich.edu CALL FOR TUTORS: Interested in tutoring English as a Second Language? Come join the ESL program at St. Mary’s! The program provides a safe space for the Hispanic/ La$no community to prac$ce their English and receive personalized guidance from na$ve English speakers. Join us each week 12:45 PM -1:45 PM (before Spanish mass Contact Tanner tannerjo@umich.edu


MONDAYS | 7:00-8:30 PM

1ST & 3RD TUES | 7-8:30 PM

Prac$ce scripture-based faith sharing in small discussion groups which are guided by church -approved commentaries, ques$on guides, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Mee$ngs are private and confiden$al. As a diverse community of believers, we respect each person as a unique reflec$on of God's presence in our midst. We commit ourselves to being a community of care, support, forma$on, reconcilia$on, and witness to jus$ce with and among gay and lesbian persons, parents, family members, and friends. We teach that all love comes from God and focus on helping people reconcile their faith with their orienta$on. We provide a safe space for discussion, healing, and prayer. Together we reflect on Scripture and listen to the lived experiences of gay and lesbian persons and their allies.

Contact Kathy Ann 734.668.7437

MONDAYS | 6:30 PM Centering Prayer is a silent prac$ce of prayer that rests on the faith that Christ is present within by His Holy Spirit. It is an excellent prepara$on for contempla$ve prayer, which is a grace or gi' bestowed by God. The first Monday of each month we listen to an introduc$on to centering prayer and then pray for 20 minutes. Otherwise, we typically sit and pray for two 20-minute sessions with a short medita$ve walk in between. All are welcome. Contact Serena serena68@comcast.net

Contact: Rodrigo rodri_cg@hotmail.com or Cynthia jcynthia@umich.edu

Women of every age are invited to connect, be inspired, and celebrate their faith with one another. Pope Francis' Exhorta$on On Holiness, Rejoice and Be Glad, will be the springboard for this year's theme. We meet the second Thursday of each month, from September to May, from 10:15 to 12:00 noon in Donnelly Hall. Our first mee$ng is September 13. Contact Pa*y pmmm@comcast.net or Phyllis pbmclaughlin@comcast.net

TUESDAYS AFTER THE 5:10 PM MASS Reci$ng this ancient and powerful prayer with others can be a heart-opening experience and a way to promote peace in the world and in ourselves. We will provide you the texts of the prayers if needed. If you have inten$ons for which you'd like us to pray, or any ques$ons, please send them to Toni weena@umich.edu

SECOND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH I 7-8:30PM FALL: The book club will examine issues around stewardship. Sept 11: "Who Will Provide? The Changing Role of Religion in American Social Welfare" by Mary Jo Bane, Brent Coffin, and Ronald Thiemann. Related informa$on can be found at: h*ps://georgewbushwhitehouse.archives.gov/news/releases/2001/08/text/unlevelfield2.html

Oct 9: Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhorta$on, "Gaudete et Exsultate" available for download here (in English): h*ps://w2.va$can.va/content/ francesco/en/apost_exhorta$ons/documents/papa-francesco_esortazioneap_20180319_gaudete-et-exsultate.pdf

MONDAYS | 7:00 PM A 12-step recovery group for men (ages 18+), who struggle with sexual ac$ng out/ pornography and are sincerely looking for hope and help in a community of fellow strugglers. Visit www.saa-recovery.org

Nov 13: "The Vice of Luxury: Economic Excess in a Consumer Age" by David Clou$er. This 2016 book will be available on reserve at Litera$ or may be obtained through the usual other sources. Dec 11: "The Gi$ of Peace" by Joseph Cardinal Bernardin, which takes a look at one man's late-life understanding of himself in rela$on to the world. For more informa$on, contact Liz at YpsiLiz2006@gmail.com


We celebrate six Sunday masses during the academic year, five weekday masses (see back page for mass $mes), and special masses on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, All Saints Day, Ash Wednesday, etc. Celebrate at the Lord’s table. Volunteer as a reader, Eucharis$c Minister, altar server, greeter, or usher.

Have you ever wondered if God is invi$ng you to serve as a diocesan or order priest, or as a religious brother or sister? Have you known a priest, brother, or sister who was an inspira$on to you? St. Mary welcomes those exploring or considering voca$ons and service to the church.

Contact Lane"e lmele@umich.edu

Contact Fr. Joe jwagner@smspnewman.org

Bap$sm classes are held in English and Spanish one Monday evening each month. Classes this semester are 9/17, 10/29, 11/26, 12/10. You need only to a"end one class. Informa$on packets are available in the parish office and should be picked up at least one week prior to class date. Contact Carol ckonczal@umich.edu for English Contact Amy aketner@smspnewman.org for Spanish

Reconcilia$on is offered Wednesdays following the 5:10 pm mass all year, and during the academic year it is also offered Sundays at 7:30 pm. Penance Services are held during Advent and Lent. You can also call the parish office to schedule an appointment.

Are you interested in becoming Catholic, learning more about the Catholic faith, or being confirmed as an adult Catholic? RCIA sessions follow an engaging format of prayer, scripture study, topic presenta$on, and discussion. Mee$ngs are Wednesdays from 7–9 pm star$ng in September. Contact Rita rzyber@smspnewman.org or Fr. Joe jwagner@smspnewman.org

For all high school students looking for new friends, plus experiences to deepen their faith. Twice-monthly Sunday evening gatherings include faith forma$on, discussion, prayer, plus off-site ac$vi$es.

Contact Carol ckonczal@umich.edu or Lane"e lmele@umich.edu

Contact Rita rzyber@smspnewman.org

Whether you are planning to get married at St. Mary or elsewhere, we can help you prepare. Visit our website for ini$al paperwork to begin your prepara$on. Our marriage prep also includes a two-day retreat led by vibrant married couples in our parish.

This liturgical celebra$on for children ages 3 to 9 meets every Sunday of the year during the 10 am mass. Catechists work with an age-specific group of children to proclaim the Word of God and to reflect together on its meaning in their lives. Par$cipants return to the church for the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Training and materials are provided for those interested in becoming a catechist.

Contact Julie jmussio@smspnewman.org

Contact Marilyn marilyn.mcd@comcast.net


A LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS: VIGIL FOR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES In every Catholic church, a candle perpetually burns near the tabernacle, a reminder of the presence of the Body of Christ. As members of the Body of Christ, we join in this ancient tradi$on as we keep vigil with immigrant families—those separated at our southern border, over con$nents by forced migra$on, or torn apart by deporta$on, as many are here in our parish. Symbolized by the candle burning near the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the atrium, our St. Mary community con$nues to keep watch and pray. May we, the Body of Christ, be a light in the darkness.

Light in the Darkness: Vigil for Immigrant Families is a program of the Campaign for Hospitality. To learn more, please visit:

campaignforhospitality.org/light.

Year-to-Date Offering Report as of 08/27/2018

Annual Budget Goal

$1,020,000

Year-to-Date (YTD) Goal

$157,000

Amount Collected YTD

$153,274

Above (Below) YTD Goal

-$3,726

Our username is @SMSPumich

Sunday Offering Report as of 08/27/2018 August Budget Goal

$18,000

Sunday 08/27/2018 (Week 9)

$12,165

Above (Below) Weekly Goal

-$5,835

Special and Holy Day Collec!ons: MISSION OFFERING-DOMINICAN SISTERS

Give like students give - straight from their smartphone. Venmo, a smartphone app, is a secure pla>orm designed to allow you to make payments, transfer money, and donate quickly and easily to friends, groups, and businesses. Link your bank account (or debit card), choose the recipient of your choice, and hit pay. It’s that easy!

$12,533

You can s$ll donate online and/or with checks and cash. Venmo is simply another way to donate that is more efficient, convenient, and very popular among students. Don’t be surprised if you even see smartphones out during the offertory - they’re not tex$ng... they’re suppor$ng St. Mary!


UPDATE: 2018 DIOCESAN ASSEMBLY Tickets are not needed at the door. Lunch is NOT included but available at the concession stands. Please visit www.madeforhappiness.org for further details. Please be sure to check out the Breslin Center's policies especially regarding their no bag and food policy: h*p://breslincenter.com/content/breslin-center-no-bagpolicy#overlay-context=dyndisblk2/breslin-no-bag-policy

BRESLIN CENTER’S Permi*ed Items ·

Binoculars (no cases)

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Pagers and cell phones (no selfie-s$cks)

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Small cameras and radios (no cases)

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Strollers - Please check it at Guest Services or with pla>orm a*endant

Financial Peace University will help you take control of your money, plan for your future, and transform your life. Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson, moneymanagement class taught by America's most trusted financial guru, Dave Ramsey. You will walk you through the basics of budge$ng, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more. Experience this life-changing course at St. Andrew the Apostle in Saline THIS Fall! For more informa$on, go to the parish website at www.standrewsaline.org/sign-up-adult-programs.

SURVIVING DIVORCE The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide was created to bring hope and healing to divorced and separated Catholics. With the help of counselors, theologians, and priests, you can go from pain and loneliness to hope and healing. Prac$cal advice meets pastoral care, with experts and others who have suffered through divorce. As they witness to their pain and to the redemp$ve power of Christ, you will laugh, cry and iden$fy with their journey from heartache to healing. We are praying for another successful session of “Surviving Divorce” from Ascension Press at St. Andrew the Apostle in Saline this Fall. Join us on Tuesday evenings from 7:00-8:30 PM for this 12-week course star$ng Oct 16th. Cost is $20. To register, contact Irene Myers 734-972-8049, Dave Miller 734-944-2101 or Nancy Carter 734-429-6114. Register online at www.standrewsaline.org/sign-up-adult-programs.


PASTORAL STAFF

734-663-0557

Fr. Joseph F. Wagner S.J. Pastoral Admin

ext 225 jwagner@smspnewman.org

Fr. Dennis T. Dillon, S.J. Pastoral Assoc

ext 246 dillonsj@umich.edu

Fr. Richard D’Souza, S.J. Pastoral Assoc

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Fr. Patrick Casey, S.J. Pastoral Associ

ext 234 pcasey@smspnewman.org

Deacon Romolo Leone Pastoral Assoc

ext 233 rleone@umich.edu

radsouza@umich.edu

CAMPUS MINISTRY STAFF Fr. Joseph F. Wagner S.J. Campus Minister

ext 225 jwagner@smspnewman.org

Jennifer Line Campus Minister

ext 223 jline@smspnewman.org

Alison Reis Campus Minister

ext 244 aquinn@smspnewman.org

Brian Cerabona Campus Minister

ext 235 bcerabona@smspnewman.org

Samuel Jennings Campus Ministry Assoc

ext 252 sjennings@smspnewman.org

Allison Liedtke Campus Ministry Assoc

ext 221 aliedtke@smspnewman.org

PARISH STAFF Lane"e Mele Office Manager & Liturgy Assistant

ext 232 lmele@umich.edu

Carol Konczal Recep$onist & Administra$ve Assistant

ext 226 ckonczal@umich.edu

Susan Maulbetsch Hospitality & Welcome Coordinator

ext 229 smaulb@umich.edu

Julie Mussio Marriage Prepara$on & Ministry Schedule Coordinator

ext 243 jmussio@smspnewman.org

Alicia Frene"e Controller

ext 224 afrene*e@smspnewman.org

Danielle Kopin Stewardship Director

ext 250 dkopin@smspnewman.org

Bri"any Tobias Communica$ons Director

ext 240 btobias@smspnewman.org

Amy Ketner Hispanic/La$no Ministry Coordinator

ext 248 aketner@smspnewman.org

Kristen Gowman Bookkeeping Assistant

ext 241 kgowman@smspnewman.org

Lori Feiler Family Ministry Program Coordinator

ext 245 lfeiler@smspnewman.org

Karen Foster Family Ministry Program Assistant

ext 247 kfoster@smspnewman.org

Marcela Larios Hispanic/La$no Ministry Sacramental Prepara$on Assistant

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Rita Zyber RCIA & Youth Ministry Coordinator

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Kris!n Berger Music Coordinator

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Sue Walters Database Coordinator

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Gary Pearce Opera$ons Manager

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Dan Hankins Custodian

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Mark Deprest Building Assistant

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George Kasotakis Custodial Assistant

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Katelyn Johnson

Claire Krakowiak

Jamie Lince

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SEPTEMBER 2

SEPTEMBER 9

TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Reading I

Dt

4:1-2, 6-8

Reading I

Is

35:4-7a

Psalm

Ps

15:2-5

Psalm

Ps

146:7-10

Reading II Jas

1:17-18, 21b-22, 27

Reading II Jas

2:1-5

Gospel

7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23

Gospel

7:31-37

Mk

Through observance of the Lord’s commands, we shall experience the fullness of life. Living in conformity with God’s will frees us from all casuistry about good and evil. We are called to welcome God’s word and to let it take root in our hearts.

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Mk

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