Notice: Church Child Safety Reminder: Parents please make sure that your kids are attending a Church sanctioned activity when they are in the Parish. Kids can not be unchaperoned or with a lone adult on the premises for obvious reasons. The only exemption — a parent or parent sanctioned grandparent. ADULTS: If you are a St Anthony Church approved facilitator at any church activity, class, or function, there must be 2 adult supervisors available with the children at all times . You must also have completed the diocesan Virtus Program and be in compliance with it to work with our youth.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
St Anthony Parish
In the Garden of Gethsemane , Jesus prayed for his apostles to be strong. He was disillusioned when even the people who were closest to him were unable to stay awake while he prayed and suffered. Are you spiritually asleep? Do you yearn for something closer, richer? Come! Spend a little time with Jesus in presence of the Holy Sacrament. St Anthony Adoration is held on the first Friday of each month. Can you stay with Him? It’s just one hour? Phone Janet at 628– 6985 .
317 West 7th Street OFFICE 628-7182
P.O . Box 955,
Laurel, Montana 59044-0955
firstname.lastname@example.org Parish Center 628-7484 http://issuu.com/stanthonybulletin
Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time , November4, 2012 WELCOME TO ST. ANTHONY PARISH : We welcome all visitors to worship with us today. We’re blessed to have you with us at this celebration of Holy Mass. Please take time to introduce yourself to those around you so that we can become acquainted. We hope you can become part of our parish family. To do so, please phone the Parish Office 628-7182, or speak with Father Tom after Mass. Weekend Masses: Saturday -5:30 pm , and Sunday - 8:45 a.m.; Daily Masses 9:00 AM Tuesday-Friday Reconciliation: Every Sat. at 4:00 pm in the Church. Pastor: Fr. Tom Harney St. Anthony Staff: Executive Director of Education: Barb Hoppel; Admin. Coordinator: Paula Story Custodians: Renee Studiner, Rita Baeten; Grounds: Mike Longbottom. Pastoral Council: Scott Olson, Bill Baeten, Ed Steffans, Mary Kay Fox, Jay Craig, Gail Thomas, Sherry Dompier, & Vern Boyer Finance Council: Rodney Halvorson, Jim Schug, Marti Sorkness
Group Contacts Book Study Group Wed. 9:30 am in the parish center. Sherry Gieser 633-2775 or email@example.com Eucharistic Min. Ann Walsh 860-8498; Lectors: Lorraine Kilwien 628-4859; Altar Servers: Lyndia Greenwalt (628-4712) Environment committee chair: Sue Greer 633-2735 Knights of Columbus: meet the 3rd Monday of the month at 7:00 pm— parish center. Grand Knight Bob Lanaghan (861-1857). Council of Catholic Women meet on the 2nd Monday of the month parish center. Pres. Cyndi Hanson: 628-2255 –firstname.lastname@example.org. Ultreya meets on the 1st Monday of each month at 7:00 pm in the parish center. Linda Boyer 628-4753. Pastoral Council meets the fourth Thursday Sept—May Parish Center Bill Baeten Chair: 969-1360. Coffee & Doughnuts served 1st & 3rd Sunday after the 8:45 am Mass. Hostesses - PCCW RCIA : Jake McCoy 855-0977, or Father Tom at (628-7182). First Friday (24 hour) Adoration : Janet Mogan (628-6985). Music :Mary Shrader 633-2889; Diane McCoy 628– 8565 Flowers bed & planting: Lorene Schardt 628-6939, Gail Thomas 628-2210 … Bulletin notices: For the summer leave on machine at 628-7182 or email@example.com
Music: Mary Schrader, Diane McCoy; Eucharistic Ministers: Ann Walsh ; PCCW: Cyndi Hanson— Adoration: Janet Mogan Ultreya: Linda Boyer ; RCIA: Jake McCoy ; Altar Servers: Lyndia Greenwalt ; Environment : Sue Greer: Knights of Columbus: Bob Lanaghan
Spreading the Good News! ©Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC.Member SIPC.
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Elliott Eaton Original art pieces by master watercolor & oil artist — Elliott Eaton. For a private viewing,
Last Tuesday evening at our RCIA class we had an interesting group assignment. The question was, How would you write, spread, or preach the Gospel proclamation Acts 10:36-43? After some discussion we decided that for most Catholics, living the Gospel out loud is their Good News Proclamation. The truth is, Jesus was and IS the Messiah. He was murdered and tortured on a cross. He rose from the dead; and He will come again. Furthermore those of us who truly believe that he is the Son of the Living God, believe that receiving Him in Eucharist and doing good to the best of our poor ability is giving God heart, hands, and body to work miracles upon the earth. In truth, we inhale the graces of Faith, Hope, and Love then spread the Gospel message by reacting with kindness, reaching out to those who need compassion, or listening to others with patience and an open heart. Each time we receive Holy Eucharist we are taking God into our bodies—what more do need on this earth or in eternity? As Catholics we are incredibly blessed to have this source of comfort and grace. God has gifted us with an endless amount of space inside ourselves in which He can dwell. However, God will never take away your free will. You can always say NO to Him. Or on the very Bright side you can say YES! Taking full advantage of the Sacraments of Catholic Church is like fortifying your soul with all the nourishment it will need to run the marathon. It is difficult if not impossible to defeat an adversary unless you have the stamina to do so. Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, and Reconciliation are formal Sacraments that you should be taking advantage of. Others such as marriage, holy orders, and Sacrament of the Sick may or may not come later. In our church there are all kinds of prayers which are lifelines to heaven —not the least of which is the rosary, anointing, bible studies, etc. All help us to live the message with grace and gusto! Sometimes it is good to reflect on how lucky we are to be Catholic. And as we were reminded by St Francis: “Preach the Gospel always and when necessary use WORDS!”
Readings: Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time: Dt 6:2-6; Heb 7:23-28; Mk 12-28b-34 (152)
Silent Auction-Potluck Dinner –
Masses for the week of November 4-10, 2012
December 10, 2012 starts at 6:30 p.m. – at the Church Center
8:45 am —
For the intentions of all our parishioners and their families.
9:00 am —
Gathering at St Anthony Church to pray the Holy Office all welcome!
9:00 am —
For Betty Steffans requested by her loving husband Ed.
FEE F O AY C FTER D N U AY A D 1st S N S SU ASS. THI M
Wednesday 9:00 am —
For Kathryn Staudinger requested by Bill Staudinger
9:00 am —
For Jan Stingley requested by Connie and Dale Blohm
HEALING MASS For Margaret and Joe Kasner requested by Mary.
5:30 pm —
For Catherine Smith requested by Dale and Nadine Stahl
HEALING MASS this Friday at 9:00 am—ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND AND BE BLESSED!
Please bring a couple of Silent Auction items to show off your talent and raise funds for the PCCW projects. Bring a covered dish and a friend for fellowship. Start Planning your Silent Auction items NOW! What is that you are known for- Best knitter, quilter, noodle maker, best jelly or jams in the county, Beautiful Ceramic ornaments, tole-painting, Christmas candy, cookies, cards, etc.
November 12th……………..Board meeting at 6:00 p.m. All Council Presidents/or representative and Exec. Officers St. Joan’s is hosting the Program at 7:00 – All women of the church are invited!
VOLUNTEER HELP NEEDED FOR THE Community Thanksgiving Dinner To be held at St. Anthony Parish Center again this year. There’ a sign-up sheet for food and workers on the podium in the church entrance. The dinner will be held on thanksgiving from noon to 3:00. Please help where you can. For more info: Gail Thomas: 628-2210
Don’t Miss this one!
Fri. Nov. 9 after 9:00 am Mass until 1:00 pm And Sat. Nov. 10 9:00—until finished. LADIES of the Parish please volunteer! PCCW Councils please have at least 2-3 persons from your group help! Phone Lorraine at 6284859 for Info.
Religious Education Barb Hoppel D.R.E. 628-7484 Never too late to register your child: Phone Barb at 628-7484 and find out more. No class
on Nov 7th .
Class for all on Weds. November 14th
November 7 — Is Family Night 6:00 PM in the Parish Center
“Jan and Lee Ann want to give the YES group, Lisa Yedlicka, Diane Ketterling, Barb Hoppel, and parents a big thank you for serving the vendors & guests meals at the Winter in the Rockies Bazaar. They made it easy and very nice for all.”
Faith, Food, Fun, and Laughter! LIFE IS MADE FOR LAUGHTER
The Rite of Christian Initiation / RCIA
Fall Kitchen inventory & cleaning .
Come on over and join us!
Tuesday, October 30th at 7:00 P.M. Presenter: Sherrie Geiser : Understanding the Catholic Catechism. —always a super presentation full of knowledge and new insights. You are invited to come and learn! RCIA is our annual religious education process that culminates at Easter. It is primarily intended for people who wish to join the Catholic Faith, however, it is also open and blessed by the participation of any of our parishioners or persons who would like to come to a deeper knowledge of their catholic faith. All are welcome to participate.
St. Benedict’s Fall Turkey Dinner& Country Store with Bake Sale
Sunday, November 4, 11:30 am-3:00 St Benedict Church — 503 Main ; Roundup
St Mary’s Annual Turkey Dinner Craft Bazaar & Raffle Nov 4, 11:00 am—3:00 Stillwater Pavilion Columbus—Fairgrounds 8am to 3pm”
Happy faces of the kitchen crew and to the right the super kids that collected food for the poor last week in Religious Ed.
ALWAYS OUR CHILDREN NOTE DATE Change: There will be no Always Our Children meeting this coming Thursday evening, November 1, 2012; It is changed to Nov. 6th at 7PM at the Fellowship Hall of St. Pius. As always, we will have prayer, sharing of stories, snacks and refreshments.
"Being Intentional about the New Evangelization. Sponsored by the Great Falls / Billings Diocese. At St Bernard Church, Billings Wed. Nov. 14, 10:00-a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Mr. Robert Feduccia presenter.