St. Bartholomew Parish Bulletin
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29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

October 16th, 2016

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Next weekend, with Catholics all over the world, we will celebrate “WORLD MISSION SUNDAY.” Our celebration will center on prayer and sacrifice offered for the missionary task of Priests, Sisters, Brothers, and lay catechists who are helping all people to know the love of Christ through their service. Throughout our world, missionaries are called and sent by God to proclaim the Gospel and to offer help, hope, and the experience of Jesus’ love to those in need. We offer our help to the missions through the Propagation of the Faith. Let us together answer the call of prayer and sacrifice and be generous in the second collection next weekend, October 22nd & 23rd for the missions. Give thanks to God!
“Let us not close our hearts within
our own particular concerns,
but let us open them to all of
(Message for World Mission Sunday, 2016)

RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS—is known as RCIA. Classes begin with a special inquiry evening and registration on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20th at 6:30 pm in the Rectory Meeting Room. RCIA is an ongoing process of individual faith development for those who are interested in becoming a Catholic or for baptized adults who have not yet received the Sacraments of Holy Communion or Confirmation. For more information call the Rectory Office: 944-4466.

Would you like to volunteer?—Beacon Hospice provides quality care to terminally ill patients. They are looking for compassionate individuals to spend time and provide support to patients and their families in many ways: visiting, knitting, music, pet therapy, or simply sitting together. A free training course is required of volunteers and is held locally. For more information, please contact Ashley at 401-438-0008.
ANNUAL PARISH BAZAAR—will be held on Saturday, November 5th and Sunday, November 6th in the Church Hall. We can use donations of handmade knitted, crotched, sewn items, or any crafts you may be talented to make are greatly appreciated. Baked goods are also welcome. Thank you and plan to attend our Parish Bazaar.

Saturday, November 5th
9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Sunday, November 6th
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Church Hall

FLEA MARKET ITEMS—Donated items for the Flea Market at our up-coming ANNUAL PARISH BAZAAAR can be brought to the Church Hall on Wednesday, October 19th and Wednesday, October 26th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. NO clothes will be accepted at this time, all other items will be appreciated. For information, please call Gloria Saritelli at 942-8974. Thank you!

ANNUAL TURKEY TROT—will be held on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17th at 7:00 pm in the Church Hall. The kitchen opens at 6:00 pm. We are presently in need of donations of non-perishable foods, canned goods, boxed foods, paper goods, as well as gifts, gift cards, and gift baskets for the many various raffles. Donations may be brought to all weekend Masses or to the parish office. Thank you!

MASS FOR DECEASED PARISHIONERS—We will honor the memory of the deceased who were buried from St. Bartholomew Parish this past year, November 1, 2015 to October 31, 2016 at a special Mass to be offered on Friday Evening, November 4, 2016 at 7:00 pm. This is our way, as a parish community, of supporting families during this difficult time and of prayerfully remembering our dear deceased parishioners.



29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

October 16th, 2016

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(Every Mass is offered for the faithful, living or dead.
However, the following are specifically
remembered this week.)
Monday, October 17
7:30 am – Intentions of Priest Celebrant
7:00 pm – Mass in Spanish
Tuesday, October 18
7:30 am – Intentions of Parishioners
6:00 pm – Eucharistic Adoration
7:00 pm – Novena Services & Benediction
Wednesday, October 19
7:30 am – Peter Gallo, Jr. by family
Thursday, October 20
7:30 am – Intentions of Parishioners
Friday, October 21
7:30 am – Donald Baynes by wife Mary
Saturday, October 22
8:00 am – Angelo & Lavinia, Margaret & Lorenzo
DiBoni by family
5:00 pm – Arthur Marcantonio and Arthur &
Angelina Marcantonio by Norma
6:30 pm – Mass in Spanish
October, 23—Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am – Collective Mass
Anna Crossley
Frank & Marion Cuiccio by daughters
William Sarmento by son William
Joseph Scungio
9:30 am – Mass in Spanish
11:30 am – Deceased Members of St. Bart’s Mens Society

Sanctuary Candle: Lorenzo Bucci by wife & family
George Forte by wife
Altar Bread & Wine: Lorenzo Bucci by wife & family
George Forte by wife

DIED IN CHRIST: Melissa Fallago

On Saturday morning, October 29th at 11:00 am, a MASS OF HEALING will be celebrated in our church. The Sacrament of the Sick will be administered to all those who are elderly or sick. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Tuesday, October 18
Rosary & Chaplet of Divine Mercy after 7:30 am Mass
6:00 pm – Eucharistic Adoration
7:00 pm – Novena Services & Benediction
Wednesday, October 19
4:00 to 6:00 pm – Bazaar Flea Market donations, CH
5:30 to 6:45 pm – CCD Classes Grades 3 – 8
Thursday, October 20
6:30 pm – RCIA Class Registration, RH
Friday, October 21
3:00 pm – Divine Mercy Chaplet, Chapel
5:45 pm – Confirmation I Class, RH
Saturday, October 22
10:00 am – CCD Classes 1st & 2nd Year
Sunday, October 23
Second Collection: World Mission Sunday

What Our Lord Asks is
Not Equal Gifts—But Equal Sacrifice
(logo from Increase Giving Campaign)
Weekend of October 1—2
Envelopes & Loose Collection: $3,968.00
Second Collection: Seminarians
Education 1,134.00
Total Income: $5,102.00
Our sincere thanks to all those making our
Increase Giving Campaign possible.

NEEDED FOR OUR PARISH BAZAAR—religious articles, jewelry, homemade baked goods, and gift items can be donated for the various booths at our Bazaar. Please call the parish office, 944-4466. Thank you!

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