LAGNIAPPE Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 1, 2012 16166 S. Harrell’s Ferry Road PARISH STAFF
Pastor Deacon Deacon Director of Religious Education Religious Education Assistant Director of Youth Ministry Receptionists/Secretaries Director of Social Responsibility Facilities Manager Music Director SJV School Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Director of Preschool Asst. Dir. of Preschool
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Rev. Tom Ranzino Rev. Mr. Brent Duplessis Rev. Mr. Dan Borne Mrs. Denise Louviere Mrs. Betty Wright Mr. Craig Baker Ms. Belinda Smith Mrs. Mickie Marchiafava Mrs. Lori Aucoin Mr. Terry Blackwell Mrs. Karen Ullo Ms. Wendy Gilmore Mrs. Cherie Robinson Ms. Theresa Cannon Mrs. Amie Williams Mrs. Dana Sunseri
753.7950 753.7965 www.stjeanvianney.org email@example.com
Monday thru Thursday 8:30 AM—6:00 PM Friday 8:30 AM—4:00 PM RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE Phone 751. 2926 Hours Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM—4:00 PM SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE Phone 751. 0502 Hours Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM—4:00 PM SJV PAROCHIAL SCHOOL Phone 751.1831 Hours Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM—4:00 PM PRESCHOOL Phone 752.5356 Hours Monday thru Friday 9:15 AM—2:00 PM
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4:00 PM Vigil 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM 11:30 AM & 5:30 PM Weekdays Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 AM Tuesday & Wednesday 6:15 AM SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Monday & Friday 8:15 AM Tuesday & Wednesday 6:00 AM Saturdays 2:45 PM—3:30 PM All others times by appointment only. BAPTISMS Please call the parish office in the early months of pregnancy. WEDDINGS Contact parish priest at least six months prior to anticipated date of wedding. CARE OF THE SICK Notify the parish office of homebound and hospitalized. PRAYER REQUESTS Contact Mrs. Theresa Himel at 755.3709 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org PARISH MISSION STATEMENT Our mission as the Body of Christ in the parish of St. Jean Vianney is to model the love of Jesus by discerning and doing God’s will, consciously Sharing the Word and Eucharist at worship, educating in faith all ages, evangelizing our parishioners for Christ’s mission, and serving justly God’s people, our sisters and brothers within our parish boundaries, our larger Baton Rouge community, and into the world.
The tan vestments worn at Mass MATCH the road construction dust. Great time to satisfy that little boy dream of running your own forklift, front loader, concrete truck. Orange protective vests are all the new fashion rage!! If you ever want to reserve a space in the parking lot, there are plenty of orange cones around. The prayer line is so faithful. They have reported an increase in requests for construction to be over soon, car repairs and help with short tempers!! A reminder that the road to Calvary could not have been as hard as traveling from Harrell’s Ferry to O’Neal. Less pounds to lose with Jay’s gone. If the church is ever needed for a shelter, the baptismal font would make an excellent gumbo pot! All the dirt piles provide a perfect setting for the Sermon on the Mount.
Great time to remind the parishioners, while waiting - - - keep your hand gestures to just the sign of the cross!!!!
Thank you to the Catholic Daughters for these words of wisdom!
HAVE A HAPPY AND SAFE 4TH OF JULY!!!!
LIFE TOGETHER Dear Friends, As the month of June recedes, July enters and we really know that summertime is here. People in the parish are often gone over weekends, and there is a sense of heat and humidity that wilts. If you find yourself away from the parish over a weekend, please remember us in your prayers as we will certainly be praying for you. Don’t forget your parish financial stewardship. Many times, when you are not here, your financial stewardship does not come to Church either. This week, on July 4th, we will bring to a close the national observance of the Fortnight for Freedom. This effort was encouraged by the US Bishops to raise consciousness about how Catholics can be faithful citizens in our country, and how we can witness our faith in a secular pluralistic society. This effort was not an attempt to align the Church with any one political party, as both of the major political parties are wanting as regards Catholic belief. Educating oneself about the issues that face our society and church should not be limited to times of crises or hot button issues. Creating a sense of being a faithful citizen includes study, reflection, conversation, prayer, and an optimism that God’s Spirit is not far from us in every age and season. There will be more information about being a faithful citizen in the weeks ahead. Next weekend, I will be going to the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women in St Gabriel for Mass. I find that these women know a great deal about human loss and sorrow. Please pray for them, particularly the ones who are the poorest of the poor. The Adult Faith Formation Committee is crafting a year plan centered on the world-wide Year of Faith which begins in the Fall. We will enter this theme through Living a Eucharistic Life, i.e., how worship affects our daily living and vice versa. I hope that your celebration of the Fourth of July will be memorable. Join us for Mass at 8:30am on the 4th as we will give thanks for our liberties and for those who make these freedoms possible. Have a good week!
UPCOMING TRIP TO SCOTLAND AND IRELAND Fr. Tom will be helping to lead a trip to Scotland and Ireland September 5-16, 2012, along with Art History Professor Dr. Marchita Mauck and Fr. Don Neumann, chaplain at Children’s Hospital in Houston, Texas. The trip will include visiting Edinburgh, Inverness, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Newgrange, Knowth, Kildare, Kilkenny, the Cliffs of Moher. For complete travel information see the brochures on the bookrack in Church, at the Parish website, or call Fr. Tom at the Parish Office.
GUIDE BOOK ADVERTISING We have contracted with Guide Book Publishing to publish a Guide Book and Directory for our congregation that will be updated and delivered directly to you homes annually at no charge to St. Jean Vianney. This book is the Who, What, Where, When, Why and How of our Church. Local businesses are being solicited to advertise in the book. If you own or manage a business and would like to find out about this book, please call Andrea Hartman at 504.912.0995.
13th Annual BRDCCW Women’s Getaway DCCW/Diocesan Council of Catholic Women is sponsoring a Women’s Getaway. This will be an afternoon of nourishment for mind, body and spirit. The “FELICIANA TEA” will be held on Saturday, July 14, 2012 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church Hall, 11485 Ferdinand Street St. Francisville, LA. The time is from 2 PM – 5 PM High Tea & Program. A donation for this event is $10.00 per person—seating is limited. For Reservations call Corky Van Dinther @ 225- 635 - 4687. We also are encouraging people to attend 5:30 PM Vigil Mass at Our Lady of Mount Carmel after High Tea.
PARISH OFFICE SUMMER HOURS The Parish Office hours will be Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:00pm. We are closed from 12 noon until 1:00pm for lunch.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Religious Education Registrations: Please remember to register your child/children in our Rel. Ed. classes if you have not done so for the 2012-13 school year. We do not automatically register your child if they attended classes last year. For more info, call 751.2926. Class schedules for the school year are posted on the church web site. Rel. Ed. Teacher Meetings: Children’s Church Teachers: Tues., Sept. 4th @ 7 PM Parish Office Elem. /Jr. High Teachers: Mon., Sept. 10th @ 7 PM School Library High School/ Confirmation Team: Sun., Aug. 26th @ 6:45 PM Parish Office
*** Confirmation Registration ***
All 11th grade students of the parish (Catholic, Public & Private schools) must be registered in the parish Confirmation program in order to be eligible to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation in April. Parents of these students are required to attend a Parent Meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 29th @ 7 PM in the parish hall. Please contact the Office of Rel. Ed at 751.2926 for further information.
Parish Stewardship Summary Fiscal Year to Date July 1, 2011 to June 24, 2012 Goal
Year to date Offertory
High School Religious Education Teacher: 9th-11th- Catechists for high school years; September – May, two Sundays a month, 6:30pm- 8:30pm. Ongoing formation offered. Your faith has saved you (Mark 5:2143 [21-24, 35b-43]).
Please note: All 9th graders who are enrolled in a catholic high school should register now to be enrolled in the parish Confirmation program. Registration forms are available in the parish office or by calling 751.2926.
DOING GOOD WORK Thank you to our regular attendees at 6:15 a.m. mass who put the new music cards in the backs of the hymnals, and who change the hymnals for us every Advent. Congratulations to Patrick McLean who was recognized this school year as a Discus Award Winner. McLean was recognized for his academic excellence, his involvement in community service and his strong faith.
HOMEBOUND If you are homebound or know of anyone who is, and would like to receive communion each week, we ask that you please call the parish office at 753.7950.
Youth Group Summer Schedule Sunday nights following the 5:30pm mass June 24th - Fathers vs Kids Kickball July 8th - Ultimate Frisbee July 29th - Water Night
READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Am 2:6-10, 13-16; Mt 8:18-22 Tuesday: Eph 2:19-22; Jn 10:24-29 Wednesday: Am 5:14-15, 21-24; Mt 8:28-34 or, for Independence Day, any readings from the Mass “For Public Needs,” nos. 882-886, or “For Peace and Justice,” nos. 887-891 Thursday: Am 7:10-17; Mt 9:1-8 Friday: Am 8:4-6, 9-12; Mt 9:9-13 Saturday: Am 9:11-15; Mt 9:14-17 Sunday: Ez 2:2-5; Ps 123; 2 Cor 12:7-10; Mk 6:1-6a
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY NEWS
St. Jean Vianney Extended Care Help Needed
July 7 & 8 Food Drive Summer’s here! It’s HOT!!! And the children are at home! The summer months are especially difficult for low income families with children. Please help us help them by bringing the following non-perishable food items to Mass with you the weekend of July 7 & 8. carrots beets juice grits spaghetti sauces jambalaya mix instant potatoes butter beans pasta dinners shampoo fruit snacks corn jelly granola bars canned chicken
2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR HELP NEED
yams mayonnaise macaroni & cheese pancake mix koolaid mix rice dinners bath soap toilette tissue tomato sauce peanut butter oatmeal dry white beans field peas
Items to be frozen, such as ground beef, chicken, bacon, sausage, sandwich meats, fish, and other fresh items may be brought to the parish office during the week only, during office hours. Please do not bring these items to the church with you. As always, we appreciate your generous support.
Go to www.stewardshiptoday.org to get your online copy of Stewardship Today, a monthly publication for parishioners to embrace the importance of stewardship in daily living.
Looking for mature dependable people (college student or older), to work part-time with St. Jean Vianney Extended Care. Moms are welcome and may bring their children. Extended Care hours of operations are from 2:15pm-6:00pm, Monday through Friday. Caregivers are usually scheduled to work 3 or 4 afternoons a week, however it is possible to work fewer days or to be available as an ‘on call’ substitute. Duties consist of preparing snacks, calling roll, supervising homework, and supervising play. Interested persons may contact Charlyn Bliss at (work) 753-7644, or pick up an employment application from the St. Jean Vianney Preschool office. Extended Care is located at 16166 S. Harrell’s Ferry Road, Baton Rouge. We will begin taking applications in June and start interviewing the week of July 5th.
VOCATION Thinking about life as a religious priest, sister or brother? Come to Life Awareness, a weekend of discerning about a religious vocation. Open to SINGLE Catholics between the ages of 17 to 40, August 31 - September 2, 2012 at St. Charles Center, Diocese of Lake Charles, 2151 Sam Houston Jones Parkway, Lake Charles, Louisiana. The fee is $25.00 for the weekend. (Scholarship funds are available.) For more information contact: Fr. Matt Dupré, Vocation Director 225-336-8778 or email, email@example.com, or go to www.diolaf.org/lifeawareness to register on-line.
PARENT’S NIGHT OUT Parents with special needs children are invited to have a worry-free night out, while their children enjoy pizza, fun activities and friendship. Adult and youth volunteers will care for children with special needs and their siblings to create a fun night for them. A medical professional will be available to assist children with their special needs. Parents’ Night Out will be held on the Fridays listed below from 6:30 – 9:30 PM in Fr. Engels Hall at St. Jean Vianney. We serve children ages 2–12 and a five-dollar donation per family is suggested. Please contact Kristen Thompson at 756.9231 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register for one of the following dates: 1-June-2012 6-July-2012
ADORATION “NOT JUST ANOTHER MEETING” All are invited on Tuesdays to continue their worship and love of God at adoration. It is a visit, not a meeting. A visit of ‘love to love’. Bring whatever is in your heart and soul and leave it at the feet of the Lord for HE will be at yours. “Adoration for the Blessed Sacrament is the best time you will spend on earth”. -Mother Theresa Join Deacon Brent Duplessis every Tuesday evening at 7:00pm for Eucharistic Adoration. Taking special time with our Lord is a great way to grow closer to Him.
SJV CALENDAR Monday, July 2 Tuesday, July 3 7:00pm Baptism Seminar 7:00pm Adoration 7:00pm Christ Renews His Parish Men Wednesday, July 4 Bulletin Articles Due for June July 14 & 18 7:00pm RCIA Thursday, July 5 6:30pm KC Officer
Friday, July 6 6:30pm Parent’s Night Out Saturday, July 7 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time Food Drive Sunday, July 8 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time 6:45pm Life teen/Youth Group Monday, July 9
MASS INTENTIONS Monday, July 2 8:30am Tuesday, July 3 6:15am All Souls Wednesday, July 4 6:15am Warren Many 8:30am Thursday, July 5 6:15 Communion Service Friday, July 6 8:30am Emile Jacquin Saturday, July 7 4:00pm Joseph Campagna Fly.
7:30am 9:30am 11:30am 5:30pm
Jack Manno Fly. George Campagna, Sr. Joey Campagna Langlois Ron Henzen John McCafferty Sunday, July 8 For Parishioners of SJV Frank Tomancik Gloria Gavion Ruth Allen
SANCTUARY LAMP REMEMBER ST. JEAN VIANNEY PARISH IN YOUR WILL If this parish has meaning to you and your family, then please consider remembering St. Jean Vianney Parish in your will. Call Fr. Tom for information. (753.7950)
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AUTOMATIC BANK DRAFT Automatic Bank Draft is available as an option for your weekly or monthly tithing and building fund contribution. Please call 753.7950, or come by the parish office for more information.