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Bulletin - May 13, 2012

Bulletin - May 13, 2012

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(St. Augustine Church, Barberton, OH)(May 13, 2012)(Insert Graphic 2125-0014.tif)
Sixth Sunday of Easter 
Family life is sacred ground. This is the ground in which God has planted us and invites us to grow inlove. Families who abide in love abide in God and God with them. Believe that God has chosen yourfamily to live in love and gives you the grace daily to abide in love. Give thanks for faithful mothers,grandmothers, stepmothers and godmothers.(Insert graphic 1106-0086)
358 Holy Hours
were kept before the Blessed Sacrament this past week.
If you feel that you are "tootired" to make a Holy Hour, God says "I will give you rest" Matthew 11:28-30. If you feel that you cannotfind the time to make a Holy Hour, God says "I will direct your steps" Proverbs 3: 5-6. If you feel that itis not worth it, God says "It will be worth it" Romans 8: 28.
Find peace and blessed joy in EucharisticAdoration. For more information, please contact Judy Soltis at 330-212-0926.
(Insert Graphic 2404-0106.tif)Barberton Area Community Ministries
item for the
Month of May is Cereal.
Please bringyour donations when you come to Mass and place them in the bench in front of the giving tree inthe vestibule, together we can help those less fortunate. Items will be delivered to BACM onMonday morning.
Springtime of Hope’s
item for the month of April will again be Shaving cream andrazors.
Please place your donations inside the bench in front of the giving tree in thevestibule, items will be picked up on Monday morning. Thank you in advance for yourhelp in this matter. For more information, please contact Greg Meier at 330-289-3987.
(Insert Graphic 1601-0023.tif) Attention High School Class of 2012
Invitations have beenmailed inviting you to the Graduation Mass being held in your honor on Sunday, June 10 at11:00am. If you did not receive your invitation, please contact the rectory as soon as possible.Graduates are asked to wear their caps and gowns; we will meet in the school cafeteria prior toMass.
Don’t forget to
contact the rectory to let us know if you will be participating in thisspecial day.Vacation Bible School is coming soon and t
his year’s theme is Sky “Everything is possible with God.”
Kids and Adults
don’t forget to mark your calendars for 
June18-22 from 9-12 (noon). In order to make this event great, we are in need
of volunteers, donations are also being accepted to help defray additional costs;
anyoneinterested please contact Renee Barker at 330-745-1080.
Happy Mother’s Day! 
The annual Right to Life Flowers for Life Sale is today! Carnations at $2.00 eachor 3 for $5.00 and bouquets at $10.00 each are being sold at the church after all Masses. Please say
“Thank you for the gift of life!” 
to wives, moms, grandmas, godmothers and loving friends with
beautiful flowers and support Right to Life of Northeast Ohio’s continuing efforts to promote the dignity
of all human life from conception to natural death.Attention Youth Group: The next meeting will be Sunday, May 27 as we welcome in all new ninthgraders and say good bye to our seniors. We will share an Ice Cream Social and a good game of Parent/Student kick ball. Parents please show your support and join us in this fun activity.
Mark your calendar for a St. Augustine summer
June 13
we will head to Holmes County for a relaxing, enjoyable
day. Please save the date and see next week’s bulletin for further details!
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Men’s Fellowship
will meet
Saturday, May 19
in the School Cafeteria from 7- 8:25am. We willcontinue our Bible study on the New Testament Ser
ies with session #20 on Paul’s Second
Letter to theCorinthians
Should you have any questions contact
Gib Adolph at
330-848-1043 or
. All men of the parish are invited to join us for any session.
Many weddings take place during the summer. Each year we honor mothers and fathers on theirrespective days in May and June. Almost all marriages can use a boost in one way oranother. The following are free resources available to those preparing formarriage as well as those in any other stage of their journey:
Together for Life Online (togetherforlifeonline.com)
provides interactive resources for bothmarriage preparation and marriage enrichment. Couples will find tools to develop a strongmarriage built on a foundation of spirituality, positive communication, and self-giving love.Engaged couples can fill out an online version of the
Together for Life
selection form andlearn more about the beauty of the sacrament they will soon celebrate. An excellent resource provided by Ave Maria Press.Website of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB):foryourmarriage.org. Has information for just about everyone: Stages of Marriage; What Makes a Marriage Work; a For Your Marriage series; Overcoming Obstacles; Enrichment;articles on virtues in marriage, and much, much more. Also
Catholic beliefs about marriage; Church teaching; planning a wedding; 25 Ways to Fight Fair; a marriage resourcecenter. EXCELLENT! Also have resources for those dating or engaged and parenting andfamily.
(Insert Graphic 1101-0006.tif) THE 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION LITURGY will be heldSunday, July 29 at 2:30pm at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist with the Most Rev. Richard G.Lennon as the celebrant. Jubilarians celebrating this year, who wish to attend, can pick up a registrationform off the bookrack in the vestibule of the church. In order for the co
uples’ names to be included in
the 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration Booklet the registration forms must be returned to theRectory no later than June 22, 2012. Information must be sent to the Chancery from the rectory onJune 25.
Let’s Get to the Point…..Cedar Point! St. Augustine Youth Group is inviting families,
large and small, big and tall, young and young at heart to our annual day at Cedar Pointon Wednesday, June 27, 2012. For more information or to register, contact ReneeBarker at 330-745-1080 or renee.barker@staugschool.net, money must be turned in byMay 31, no exceptions.
The Catholic Cemeteries Association is having a PRAYER SERVICE at Holy Cross Cemetery in Akron on May 17 at 10:30amfor families who have lost a loved one. Deacon Tony DeGracia will facilitate the service. If you would like, please bring apicture of you
r loved one. Special tribute to MOM’S because it is the week after Mother’s Day, hope to see you there!
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 Patrick Blasdel, Patricia Patterson, Karl Bartel, Jennifer Marco, Jacob Hurley,Irene Lyle, Kate Ligas, Vada McNeal, Betty Morlan, Carol Grimes, Kelly Speck, EugeneVan Oss, Debra Dolgos, Michael Roop, Jean Genet Cunningham, Dolores Hall, Mary Bartel,Betty Frankovich, Helene Van Oss, Judy Soltis & Jacob Herchek 
If you know someone on the sick list who has been restored back to health, please contact the Rectory to have their names removed from the sick list.
St. Augustine Early Childhood Education is still looking for a teacher and teacher’s aide.
If youenjoy working with small children and are able to help out on Sunday mornings during the10:30am Mass, we need you. Please prayerfully consider being a part of this importantministry, if you are interested and would like more information, contact Renee Barker at 330-745-1080.
(Insert Graphic 1300-0021.tif)Stewardship: Time, Talent & TreasureMay 6Sunday Offering $ 8,582Faith Direct Offering $ 1,688Total Offerings $ 10,270St. Vincent De Paul $ 789School Support $ 852Newman Campus Ministry $ 304Rooted in Faith/Forward in HopeGoal $ 788,000 Total Gifts Given: 57Raised $ 279,709 Average Gift: $4,907Percent of Goal 35%COMPARATIVE FIGURES
May 6
 Year to date Income $ 1,443,880 $ 1,322,693Year to Date Expenses $ 1,423,541 $ 1,419,960Difference $ 20,339 $ (97,267)CAPITAL CAMPAIGNSpent to date $ 1,524,138Amount on Deposit $ 91,826
The Divorced, Separated and Widowed Catholics of Akron is sponsoring a talk by Akron General Hospitalon exercise, fitness and getting in shape for the spring and summer. It will be held on Monday, May 14at 7:30pm at Immaculate Heart of Mary, Convent Building, 1945 Portage Trail in Cuyahoga Falls. Thisevent is open at no cost to single people of all faiths. Refreshments will be served at 7:15pm. For moreinformation call Frank at 330-801-0527 or Sharon at 330-612-3635.

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