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Weekly Bulletin – May 22, 2011

May 21, 2011

Weekly schedule

Sunday,         May 22, 2011

Sunday of the  Samaritan Woman *

10:00 AM

Divine Liturgy

Cody Stanton receiving 3 Mysteries of Initiation

following liturgy

Knights of Columbus Brunch in St. Mary’s Hall

Monday,         May 23, 2011


9:00 AM

Office of the 3rd Hour

Tuesday,       May 24, 2011


8:00 AM

Office of the 1st Hour

4:00 – 7 :00 PM

Evangelization at Stadium Village Market

Wed.,              May 25, 2011

3rd Finding of the Head of John the Baptist

8:00 AM

Office of the 1st Hour

Thursday,      May 26, 2011


8:00 AM

Office of the 1st Hour

9:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Baking in St Mary’s Hall

Friday,            May 27, 2011


9:00 AM

Divine Liturgy for Carolyn Pickett+

Saturday,       May 28, 2011


8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Evangelization at Binford, Carmel Markets

5:00 PM

Divine Liturgy – vigil for Sunday

Sunday,         May 29, 2011

Sunday of the Man Born Blind *

10:00 AM

Divine Liturgy

following liturgy

Fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall 



Cody Ray Romero-Stanton, has been accepted into the Eastern Catholic Church with his reception of the 3 Mysteries of Initiation: Baptism, Chrismation & Holy Eucharist. God grant Cody many blessed years in peace, health and happiness.

Priest Conference

Fr. Sid will be attending a conference this week. May God grant Fr. Sid safe travel, good weather and great camaraderie with the priests from the eparchy.


Thank you for those who donated the sum of $170 so far to the Catholic Home Missions! There will be a 2nd collection today and next Sunday. More information can be found on their website (

Thank you to those who have supported the 2010/2011 Stewardship Appeal that ends in June. We have collected $1,124 with $276 to go. We’re at 80%. Help us to reach our parish goal of $1,400.

Blaine Ave Clean-Up #2

A 4-man altar server crew led by Austin Gilmore with 2 mothers from St. Alphonsus parish in Zionsville and Joe, Nicholas & Thomas Kupec worked on Saturday, May 21 to clean the grounds around the back of the parish’s buildings. In addition to filling a 20-yard dumpster with tree limbs, brush & old wood they pulled tree trunks and built a brick path between the garage building and St. Mary’s Hall. Mary K, Anne H and Al M prepared lunch. Please express your gratitude to all the volunteers the next time you see them.


If you can help at Thursday’s bake day please let the rectory know. Thanks to our volunteers last week: Judy E, Richard M, Olga V, Danny E, Al Z, Carol L & John. We made 10 flavors of rolls, pumpkin logs & pizzelles. We have requests for biscotti, kolachy and we will also make more rolls & pizzelles.

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