OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH May 17-18, 2014

Sunday, May 18 Sunday, May 18 Sunday, May 18-- -3rd SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION 3rd SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION 3rd SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION
2ND COLLECTION 2ND COLLECTION 2ND COLLECTION-- -CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS
• 8:30a Mass - Church
•• • 11:00a Mass - Church

Monday, May 19 Monday, May 19 Monday, May 19
• 8:00a Mass - Church

Tuesday, May 20 Tuesday, May 20 Tuesday, May 20
• 8:00a Mass-Church

Wednesday, May 21 Wednesday, May 21 Wednesday, May 21
• 8:00a Mass-Church

Thursday, May 22 Thursday, May 22 Thursday, May 22
• 8:00a Mass - Church
• 7:30p Choir Rehearsal-VH

Friday, May 23 Friday, May 23 Friday, May 23
• 8:00a Mass - Church
• 5:30p Wedding Rehearsal-Church

Saturday, May 24 Saturday, May 24 Saturday, May 24
• 2:30p Wedding (Rahm/Latona)-Church
• 5:00p Mass - Church

Sunday, May 25 Sunday, May 25 Sunday, May 25
• 8:30a Mass - Church
• 11:00a Mass - Church
Sat., May 17
5:00p
Easter Weekday
+Louise Bartoline (Margaret Susi)
Sun., May 18
8:30a
11:00a
Fifth Sunday of Easter
+Don Furr (Family)
+Erik Falasca (Mom & Dad)
Mon. May 19
8:00a
Easter Weekday
+Dolores G. Boulware (Mary Jo Grotenrath)
Tues. May 20
8:00a
St. Bernardine of Siena
+Corrine Jentgen (Jane Jentgen/Theresa Veremis)
Wed., May 21
8:00a
St. Christopher Magallanes & Companions
+Cosmo Bertino (Ruth Rakoczy)
Thurs., May 22
8:00a
St. Rita of Cascia
+Lucia Ciotola (Mr. & Mrs. Marino Milano)
Fri., May 23
8:00a
Easter Weekday
+Judy Gerardi (Joanna Policaro)
Sat., May 24
5:00p
Easter Weekday
+James & Jeanne Lang (Family)
Sun., May 25
8:30a
11:00a
Sixth Sunday of Easter
+Benedetta & Domenico Rotolo (Mafalda Rotolo)
+Janet DePinto Qualls (Msgr. Missimi)
MASS INTENTIONS MASS INTENTIONS MASS INTENTIONS
THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE
133 Envelopes Rec’d; 762 issued $4,816.00
26 Loose Checks 1,761.00
May 10-11 Loose Cash 1,083.57
Total $10,555.57
Thank you to all who support the work of God Thank you to all who support the work of God Thank you to all who support the work of God
26 Automated Giving 5/10/14 2,895.00
A SPECIAL COLLECTION A SPECIAL COLLECTION A SPECIAL COLLECTION FOR THE CATHOLIC COMMU- FOR THE CATHOLIC COMMU- FOR THE CATHOLIC COMMU-
NICATION CAMPAIGN (CCC NICATION CAMPAIGN (CCC NICATION CAMPAIGN (CCC) WILL BE HELD THIS ) WILL BE HELD THIS ) WILL BE HELD THIS WEEK- WEEK- WEEK-
END. END. END. The CCC helps spread the Good News to you – and
focuses on new and existing ways to communicate Jesus’
gospel message, making it available to both the faithful and
those seeking the faith. CCC supports both national and Di-
ocesan communication efforts that provide news, discus-
sions, and special events and programs. Please be generous
in the collection and support this important work!
HOMELESS FAMILY DINNER: HOMELESS FAMILY DINNER: HOMELESS FAMILY DINNER: OLV will be serving dinner
for the homeless at the YWCA Family Center on Thursday,
June 5. Sign-up Sheets for volunteering and baking will be in
the church vestibule soon.
Cookbook pick-up this Sunday after the
Masses in the PLC. If you need an alternate
time for pick-up, please email Holly at
youth@ourladyofvictory.cc
FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

PRAYER REQUESTS: Dorothy Lang, Eloise Miller, Eliza-
beth Rusnak, Irene Clay, Patricia Baumann, Patricia
Sheehan, Eric Ray, Reid Hudson, Jada Brady, William
Reed Orban, Jake Koch, Casey Browning, Eloise
McAllister, Betsy Holland, Isabella Karst, Margaret Rich-
ards, Jim Young, Elizabeth Kessler, Andrew Johnson,
Frank Michael, John Farrell, JoAnn Riepenhoff, Cynthia Carson,
Mary Bass, Steve Hall, Amy Peters-Thomas, Rich Miller, Rosemary
Myers, Ashley Ulbricht, Scott Foreman, Joseph Lang, Josh Keil,
Mark Lomeo, Linda Duvall, Nancy Watson, Gary Senter. Please
remember in your prayers others who are not on this list. (Please
notify the parish office of any changes.)
MINISTRY SCHEDULES
5:00p Saturday, May 24
Extraordinary Extraordinary Extraordinary
Ministers: Ministers: Ministers:
Joanne Bellisari, Camille Cenci, Sr.
Dorothy Doyle, Linda Mazzitti, Mau-
reen Sullivan, Mary Waterfield
Lectors: Lectors: Lectors: Gina Krantz, Jane Marx
Servers: Servers: Servers: Lizzie Murray, Jenna Timmons, An-
gelina Tose
Ushers: Ushers: Ushers: Barb Schofield, Phil Higginbotham,
Betsy Higginbotham
8:30a Sunday, May 25
Extraordinary Extraordinary Extraordinary
Ministers: Ministers: Ministers:
Marsha Dieker, Jacqueline Milsom,
Paul Milsom, Dominic Wisler
Lectors: Lectors: Lectors: Tom Silcott, Tom Tarpy
Servers: Servers: Servers: Nick Gaby, Johnnie Herlihy, Ali La-
chey
Ushers: Ushers: Ushers: Bryan Corson, Frank Albanese, Teri
Albanese, Michael Phillian
Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers
To the Homebound: To the Homebound: To the Homebound:
Tom Farynowski, Jean Bogen, Chris-
tine Pirik, Dave McCurdy, Gretchen
Blubaugh
11:00a Sunday, May 25
Extraordinary Extraordinary Extraordinary
Ministers: Ministers: Ministers:
Marcia Bohley, John Frericks, Charlie
McShane, Theresa Roman, Isabelle
Tonneman, Gisela Vitt
Lectors: Lectors: Lectors: Lily Bell, Steven Evans
Servers: Servers: Servers: Andrew Kibbe, Ana Kibbe, James
Shannon
Ushers: Ushers: Ushers: Nick Melaragno, Roy LeMaster, Joe
Miller, Cookie Rezabek
Collection Collection Collection
Counters: Counters: Counters:
Cookie Rezabek, Donna McGrath,
Debbie Sanese


Thank you for a wonderful year! We appreciate
your dedication in bringing your children to Religious
Education every Sunday. Remember to encourage
your children to volunteer, serve others, and "live"
their Faith each day. As Parents, please continue to
lead them on their spiritual journey - including at-
tending mass regularly.

A few reminders...
☺ Religious Education resumes on Sunday, Sep-
tember 14.

☺ 2014-15 Registration package will be mailed
via USPS (regular mail) by mid-August.

☺ If you have a change of address OR a change in
your EMAIL address, please let us know by
sending us an EMAIL at -
religioused@ourladyofvictory.cc

2015 Important Dates
☺ 1st Holy Communion will be Sunday, April 26,
2015. 1st Holy Communion preparation at OLV is
a 2-year program beginning in the 1st Grade.

☺ Confirmation will be Tuesday, April 21, 2015.
Confirmation preparation begins in our 7th
Grade Program ending with Confirmation in 8th
Grade.

Have a Blessed, Fun and Have a Blessed, Fun and Have a Blessed, Fun and
Relaxing Summer with your families! Relaxing Summer with your families! Relaxing Summer with your families!
VINTAGE VICTORIANS VINTAGE VICTORIANS VINTAGE VICTORIANS will be carpooling from the
OLV parking lot leaving at 9:45a to attend the DI-
OCESAN SENIOR CITIZENS DAY CELEBRATION on
Tuesday, June 3, 2014. The event will be held at Im-
maculate Conception Church, 414 E. North Broadway
where Bishop Frederick F. Campbell will celebrate
Mass at 10:30a. A luncheon will follow Mass.
Registration for the celebration is $10. To register,
please send a check payable to the Office for Social
Concerns, Catholic Diocese of Columbus, 197 E. Gay
Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. Registrations are re-
quested by May 30. Please RSVP to Emilie Miller 488-
9208 if you are interested in carpooling from OLV.
OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH May 17-18, 2014

The 2014 Bishop’s Annual Appeal is the larg-
est individual funding source for the pastoral and
charitable ministries and programs of the Diocese
of Columbus. This year’s theme “Christ the Sure
Foundation” reminds us that He is our source of
strength from which all blessings flow. In estab-
lishing His church on earth Christ entrusted to us
its care and the care of each other. Your willing-
ness to share these gifts for the benefit of others
is an act of faith and helps to form us all into the
people the Lord has called us to be.

Our parish has been asked to raise $58,878. This
year the parish will combine the Bishop Annual
Appeal with Our Lady of Victory Maintenance
Appeal. Monies the parish raises above the ap-
peal target will be returned to the parish. The
parish will use the refund to finance parish main-
tenance projects. Maintenance projects include:

Replace sidewalks at Church entrance
Build a gathering space at Church entrance
Improve prayer garden with new statuary on
Church grounds
Seal Church parking lot
Re-varnish front and side doors of Church
and front door of Rectory
Install inter-com system (two-way) in the
Religious Education Center
Build new stands for Church statuary

I am most grateful for your willingness to share
your time, your talent and your treasures in sup-
port of our Diocese and Parish Community.

Father Romano Father Romano Father Romano Father Romano

WHO BENEFITS?

W WW W e must all consider the foundation of who we are and what
we have – from substance rather than abundance. What each per-
son gives directly affects the spiritual, educational, and physical
needs of others in our faith communities. These pages identify Di-
ocesan programs funded through the generosity of all those who
contribute to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal, continuing the Mission
throughout our twenty-three counties.

Priest/Deacon/Seminarian Education -- 23%
• Vocations Office
• Financial Support of Seminarians
• Permanent Diaconate Office

Spiritual and Pastoral Programs -- 17%
• Office for Divine Worship
• Support for Hospital Chaplains
• Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (DCCW)
• Black Catholic Ministries
• St. Therese’s and Sts. Peter and Paul Retreat Centers
• Catholic Latino Ministries

Student and School Assistance -- 17%
• Tuition Assistance
• High School Operational Grants
• Capital Repairs for Schools

Parish Life Enhancements -- 16%
• Parish Support
• Direct Administrative Grants
• St. Joseph Cathedral

Social Concerns -- 12%
• Joint Organization for Inner-city Needs (J.O.I.N.)
• Office for Social Concerns
• Catholic Social Services
• Holy Family Soup Kitchen & Food Pantry
• St. John Community Kitchen
• St. Stephen’s Community House
• St. Vincent de Paul
• St. Lawrence Haven

Educational Programs -- 11%
• Continuing Education for Priests
• Marriage and Family Life Office
• Office of Religious Education and Catechesis
• Youth and Young Adult Ministry Office
• Newman Center - OSU Campus

Appeal Costs -- 4%
• Office of Development and Planning
FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER


The Department of Religious Education is pleased to offer a new program
of guided Bible Study for Middle and High School students. Join us this
Summer as we explore the Book of Genesis with the help of the award-
winning Six Weeks with the Bible for Catholic Teens program from Loyola
Press. In six once-a-week sessions we will:

Read Genesis Chapters 1-11…from the Garden of Eden to the Tower
of Babel (spoiler alert—these chapters contain the key to understanding
pretty much all of human history up to now!)
Learn how the Church teaches us to understand and interpret Scripture.
Learn about LectioDivina (how to pray by reading the Bible) and other
cool Latin phrases…with one or two Greek phrases sprinkled in.
Expand our minds through discussion, our spirits through prayer, and
our friendships through fellowship.
Enjoy an occasional snack and carbonated beverage

The Bible Study will be led by Adrien Ardoin, parishioner, dad, and cate-
chist to 5
th
and 8
th
graders at OLV. Mr. Ardoin is an experienced literature
and writing instructor (at OSU and elsewhere), and he plans to keep things
fun, lively, and inspiring.
“Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ” –St. Jerome
Six Weeks with the Bible for Catholic Teens is a program specifically
designed for guided group study. Written by Gerald Darring of Spring
Hill College and journalist-author Kevin Perrotta, the guidebook we
will use integrates the Biblical text with questions, analysis, back-
ground material, and opportunities for prayer. One of the things that
makes this program special is that it takes a fully Catholic approach to
Bible Study; we learn with and through the Church as we read God’s
Word.
“For what is sacred Scripture but a kind of letter from Almighty
God to His creature?” –St. Gregory the Great
If you knew God was at the door, wouldn’t you open it? If you knew
He was calling, wouldn’t you answer? Well, He’s written you a let-
ter…won’t you read it?
The Bible study group will meet Monday evenings (June 9-July
14) from 6-7:30p in the Religious Education lounge area. The
registration fee is $75 per student, which includes the price of the
book we will use. All other materials will be provided. Please contact
Religious Education at religioused@ourladyofvictory.cc or call 486-
7678 for more information.
Summer Bible Study at Our Lady of Victory Summer Bible Study at Our Lady of Victory Summer Bible Study at Our Lady of Victory
“Learn the Heart of God in the Words of God” “Learn the Heart of God in the Words of God” “Learn the Heart of God in the Words of God”
Summer Bible Study 2014
June 9-July 14; 6:00-7:30p
Registration Form

Student Name(s):_________________________________________

Student Grade (entering):__________________________________

Parents’ Names:__________________________________________

Contact Information (please indicate preferred method):

Home Phone #:_________________________________________

Cell Phone #:___________________________________________

Email: ________________________________________________

Please return this form to the Religious Education office by May 20, along with registration fee of $75 per
student (make checks payable to Our Lady of Victory).

Please use the space below to let us know if your student has any issues we need to be aware of; food allergies,
for example, in case we have snacks.
OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH May 17-18, 2014





Name of child _________________________________________________________________________________

Grade of child in fall 2014_____________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________
City ________________________zip code________________

Home # ___________________________________________________

Parents’ names __________________________________________________

*Parent Email Address ________________________________________ (Required)
(*NOTE: E-mail will be our primary method of communication)

Parents’ cell #s Mother_______________________ Father____________________

Emergency Contact Person _______________________________________________

Contact person’s # ____________________________________________________

Siblings in program ___________________________________________________
Please circle T-shirt size: Child: S M L Adult: S M L XL
Does your child have a medical condition (such as **food or bee sting allergy) of which we should be aware? If so,
please describe: ________________________________________________________________________
If “Yes” to Allergy Above…Does your child need to bring an Epi Pin (Check: Yes____ No____)
**NOTE: If your child has food allergies, please bring own snack.
PLEASE COMPLETE EITHER PART I OR PART II:
PART I: I give consent for my child to receive emergency medical care if I cannot be reached.
Signature: ________________________________________ Date: _________________
PART II: I do NOT give consent for my child to receive emergency medical care if I cannot be reached.
Signature: _____________________________________________ Date:__________________
Our Lady of Victory
2014 Vacation Bible School Registration
June 23-26 (Mon.-Thurs.)
One form per child please
$35.00/one child, $60.00/2 child family,
$85.00/3 child family
Make checks payable to Our Lady of Victory Church
Return form(s) and payment to the Parish Office
FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

COMMUNITY NEWS COMMUNITY NEWS COMMUNITY NEWS
IF YOU CAN READ, YOU CAN TEACH! Tutors needed for
adults seeking literacy and/or GED and immigrants seeking
ESL instruction. The Dominican Learning Center (DLC) will
hold its next tutor training session on Saturday May 17 from
9:00a-12:30p at 1111 E. Stewart Ave., Columbus. If inter-
ested please call (614) 444-7330 or email
sdeak@oppeace.org to sign up. Volunteers must be 18 or
older and hold a high school diploma. Books are provided
free to tutors. Find out more at www.domlearningcenter.org
or Facebook.com/DominicanLearningCenter
CATHOLIC CEMETERIES MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
OFFICE HOURS: Saturday May 24, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday
May 25, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., & Monday May 26, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. Military Services at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph and Holy
Cross and 11:30 at Resurrection Cemetery. Memorial Day
Masses at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph, Mt. Calvary and Holy Cross
and 1 p.m. at Resurrection Cemetery.
CATHOLIC FAMILY NIGHT WITH THE COLUMBUS CLIP-
PERS will be held on Thursday, May 29. We invite all of you
to join us as the Clippers take on the Charlotte Knights. Fam-
ily Admission admits 2 adults and up to 4 youth age 18 and
under for one low price. To order tickets go to
www.cdeducation.org/rec and click on Catholic Family Night
for more information. Questions

WEHRLE CLASS OF 1974: The class reunion team is looking
for you, as plans are underway for our 40
th
class reunion. We
need contact information for you or for any of our class-
mates that you may know. Please contact Valerie (DiCarolis)
Carey at valcarey1@aol.com, or call Julie (Alexander) Stein at
614-871-5770 and leave a message. Please make contact by
June 14, 2014 so the reunion information can be forwarded
to you.
ATTENTION ALL MARRIED
COUPLES CELEBRATING THEIR
25TH, 30TH, 35TH, 40TH,
45TH, 50TH, 55TH, 60TH AN-
NIVERSARY and every year
thereafter: The Annual Jubilee of Anniversaries Mass will be
held on Sunday, June 29, 2014 at St. Joan of Arc Parish, 10700
Liberty Road, Powell, at 3:00p. Mass will be celebrated by
Bishop Frederick F. Campbell followed by an informal recep-
tion in your honor. Registration forms are available from the
parish office or you may call the Marriage and Family Life Of-
fice at 614-241-2560 to register. A registration form may also
be downloaded at http://familylife.colsdioc.org. Reservations
for you and guests are necessary and must be received by
Friday, June 13, 2014.
FREELY, TOTALLY, FAITHFULLY, FRUITFULLY: Authentic
love shared between a husband and wife is always shared
freely, totally, faithfully, and with an openness to life. Unlike
contraceptives, Natural Family Planning (NFP) respects the
dual love-giving and life-giving dimensions of marriage. Con-
sider learning NFP - the next Diocesan NFP Class Series starts
in June at St. Matthew, Gahanna. For information and class
schedule, go to FamilyLife.colsdioc.org, or contact Jennifer at
jfullin@colsdioc.org , 614.241.2560.
Come one, come all to the ST. MARY FESTIVAL IN DELA-
WARE! Festival dates are June 20 and 21 from 5:00p to mid-
night. Join us for live music on two stages both nights, carnival
rides and games for the kids, great food, a casino, silent auc-
tion, raffle and more. For a detailed schedule of events go to
www.delawarestmary.org or like us on Facebook at St-Mary-
Parish-Festival.
St. Charles Preparatory School will host several athletic camps this summer. They include:

∗ St. Charles Baseball Camp: For boys ages 7-14, June 9-12. $90 (if preregistered before June 1 and $100 after. Contact
Coach Ray Benjamin ’91 at benj33@aol.com
∗ St. Charles Soccer Academy: For boys entering grades 4-9, June 23-26 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. $85 per camper. Contact
Coach Rick Ey ’94 at rey@cdeducation.org
∗ St. Charles Cardinal Lacrosse Youth Camp: For boys entering grades 4-8, June 9, 11, 16 & 18 from 6-9 p.m. Contact
Coach Mark Berndt ’97 at maberndt@aep.com
∗ St. Charles Youth Football Camp: For boys entering grades 1-6, June 16-19 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. $100 per camper. Contact
Coach Jeff Pharion ’86 at jeffpharion@gmail.com
∗ St. Charles Skills Football Camp: For boys entering grades 6-8, July 24-25 from 3:30- 9:30 p.m. $100 per camper. Please
contact Coach Jason Ryan ’03 at coachjasonryan@gmail.com
∗ St. Charles Basketball Camp: Session I for those in grades 5- 7 runs July 8 -11 from 1- 4 p.m./ Session II for those in
grades 8-9 runs July 14-17 from 1-4 p.m. $100 per camper. Contact Coach Will Gruber ’06 at wgruber@cdeducation.org
∗ St. Charles Shooting Camp: For players in grades 5-9 July 1&2; players may enroll in both sessions. Session I runs from
10-11:30 a.m./Session II runs 12:30- 2 p.m. The cost is $50 per session. Contact Coach Will Gruber ’06 at wgru-
ber@cdeducation.org

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