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Weekly Bulletin – July 21, 2013

July 17, 2013

Glory to Jesus Christ! Glory Forever!

Weekly Schedule

Sunday, July 21, 2013

  9th Sunday after Pentecost*

8:45 am

  Divine Liturgy for parishioners

following liturgy

  Blessing of vehicles for St. Elias feast and fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall – everyone is invited

Monday, July 22, 2013

 
  No services

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

 
  No services

Wed., July 24, 2013

 
  No services

Thursday, July 25, 2013

  No services

Friday, July 26, 2013

 
  No services

Saturday, July 27, 2013

  Great Martyr Panteleimon

5 pm

  Divine Liturgy for Sunday

following liturgy

  Fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall – everyone is invited

Sunday, July 28, 2013

  10th Sunday after Pentecost*

8:45 am

  Divine Liturgy for parishioners

following liturgy

  Fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall – everyone is invited

  Note: * designates obligation to attend liturgy

 

Announcements

Events Calendar

  • Please remember the Sunday liturgies for the remainder of July are starting at 8:45, not 10 a.m. You’ll get home sooner and enjoy more family time together. Once Fr. Bryan Eyman begins in August the start time will be adjusted again.
  • Today, Sunday the 21st, there will be blessings of vehicles (cars, vans, trucks, skateboards, hot air balloons, etc.) following Divine Liturgy. This is to celebrate the July 20th simple feast of the Great Prophet Elijah. Tradition states that he and his chariot were taken to heaven.
  • The Eparchy of Parma is holding a General Assembly on Friday evening through Sunday morning September 20-22. There is a frequently asked questions brochure and a registration form with itinerary available in the hall. More information will follow here at the parish and publicized in The Horizons.

Please remember in your prayers

Fr. Bryan Eyman, our new pastor who will be moving to Indy by the beginning of August; Fr. Christiaan Kappes for his dedication to our parish during this transition of pastors; our parishioners, family members, friends and acquaintances who are ill or infirmed. God grant your servants peace, health and happiness for many years!

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

Who is able to walk on the sea?  The story of Christ coming to His disciples in the midst of the sea is found in all the Gospels except for Luke. The version in Matthew, however, is the only one containing the disciples’ confession: “Truly You are the Son of God!” (Mt 14:33).

Feeding the Multitudes – In each of the Gospels the story of Christ in the sea follows the report of how He fed the five thousand from a few loaves of bread and two fish.

Both of these incidents came to be understood as pointing to the divinity of Christ.

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