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Augustine Church, Barberton, OH)

(October 12, 2014)
(Insert Graphic 1000-0203.tif) October 13-19
Monday, October 13 Weekday
12:05 Richard Seifert
6:00 Confessions
Tuesday, October 14 Weekday
8:30 School Mass - Christine Royston
12:05 Kay Wenner
Wednesday, October 15 St. Teresa of Jesus, Virgin & Doctor of the Church
12:05 Margaret Gardner
Thursday, October 16 Weekday
12:05 Michael Jerin Sr.
Friday, October 17 St. Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop & Martyr
12:05 Alice Harris & Jim Lyle
Saturday, October 18 St. Luke, Evangelist
8:30 Marguerite Gabel
3:00 Confessions
4:00 Living & Deceased of the Ruegg & Zak families
Sunday, October 19 Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 Anna Lazar
10:30 The People of St. Augustine Church
5:15 Margaret Seifert

Readings for the Week of October 13
Monday Gal 4:22-24,26-27,31-5:1, Ps 113:1-2,3-4,5,6-7, Lk 11:29-32
Tuesday Gal 5:1-6, Ps 119:41,43,44,45,47,48, Lk 11:37-41
Wednesday Gal 5:18-25, Ps 1:1-2,3,4,6, Lk 11:42-46
Thursday Eph 1:1-10, Ps 98:1,2-3,3-4,5-6, Lk 11:47-54
Friday Eph 1:11-14, Ps 33:1-2,4-5,12-13, Lk 12:1-7
Saturday 2 Tm 4:10-17b, Ps 145:10-11,12-13,17-18, Lk 10:1-9
Sunday Is 45:1,4-6, Ps 96:1,3,4-5,7-8, 9-10, 1 Thes 1:1-5b, Mt 22:15-21

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Time, Talent & Treasure

September 28 October 5
Sundays Offering $ 9,238 $ 9,701
Faith Direct Offering $ 1,808 $ 1,808
Total Offering $ 11,046 $ 11,509

Weekly Budget to meet Operating Cost $ 11,800 $ 11,800
(Shortfall) Overage $ $ ( 754) $ ( 291)

School Support $ 151 $ 1,345
St. Vincent de Paul $ 163 $ 653
Catholic Communication $ 466 $ ---
Twenty-Eight Sunday in Ordinary Time
The king in todays gospel sent wedding invitations to all his close friends..people like himself. But
the party wasnt successful until he opened the doors to everyoneto people not like himself. The
Christian family opens its heart and doors to everyone because we know that happiness happens through
Insert Graphic 2000-0047.tif) Please pray for our Sick especially: Karl Bartel, Jacob
Hurley, John Baylock, Amy Brickels, Frances Trenta, Camilla Pieffer, the family of
Joshua Weigand, Betty Biagetti, Bob Luxeder, Donald Ruegg, Joseph Benear, Trevor
Homsher, Helen Deibel, Emma Young, Leonard Hamilton, Betty Bartel, Jack Weigand,
Lisa Gnap, Irene Lyle, Bernard & Helen Pramik, Jenny Moslowski, Leroy Morlan,
Mike Macko, Dan Wargo, Victor C. Weigand Jr., Eugene Van Oss, Brad Thomas, the
Evans & Cutright families, Betty Blasdel, Mary Ebaugh, Judy Glaros, Tilden Steiner,
Tom Gilcher, Vicky, Tony McNeal, Lillian Hazlett, Linda Plummer, Paulette Holland,
Jody Johnson, Judy Kriston & Andrew Gombaski

(Insert Graphic 1103-0069.tif) Gabriella Michelle Rine
Daughter of Andrew & Allison (Willig) Rine
Community Corner
Barberton Area Community Ministries item for the Month of October is Cereal
Barberton Community Kitchen at Lakeview item for the month of October is Bar Soap
Thank you again for all your support in helping us serve our brothers and sisters in need. All
donations can be placed in the bench in front of the giving tree in the vestibule of the church. Donations
are picked up on Monday mornings.
322 Holy Hours were kept with Our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration last week. Every Holy
Hour we make so pleases the heart of Jesus that it is recorded in Heaven and retold for all
of eternity. (Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta) For information on becoming an adorer,
please call Judy Soltis at 330-212-0926.
Attention Thursday and Friday Committed Adorers, please note: Kathy Kelly is your Thursday Holy
Hour Captain and Gene Ryan is the Friday Captain. If you are unable to keep your hour with the Lord,
please call Kathy at 330-753-2850 or Gene at 330-690-9661.
Building on the Rock a 16 Week Study for High School Students to explore what it takes to build their
house of faith on the Rock: Jesus Christ! Join us on Sundays from 9:-10:15am in room #101 in the
school. The next meeting date will be October 19. Hope to see you there, friends are welcome. Should
you have any questions, please contact Fr. David at 330-745-0011.

(Insert Graphic 1102-0004.tif) Immaculate Conception Church in Kenmore is offering an
Anointing of the Sick Mass on Wednesday, October 29 at 5:30pm. Anyone in need of
physical, emotional and spiritual healing is invited to attend. If you know someone in need of
this healing sacrament, please feel free to invite them to this special Mass.

RCIA PRAYER PARTNERS ARE NEEDED as well as ladies to provide refreshments. Refreshments are
needed for approximately 11 people on a rotating basis. Beverages and paper products are provided.
Please call Karen to volunteer (330-745-0011 x 18). Thank you.
Remember St. Augustine Church in your will through Planned Giving. For more
information, please call Fr. David at 330-745-0011.

Priesthood Sunday Catholics across the country will be celebrating Priesthood Sunday on October
26, 2014. It is a day set aside to celebrate the importance of the fit of priesthood in the life of the Church.
It is a time for us to reflect on the ministry that our priests share with us when we gather at the Table of
the Lord when we call in our times of need. Consider sharing a personal note or card of thanks.
Together we pray that many of our young people will be inspired by the ministry and
witness of our priests. May their hearts be open to hearing and responding to Gods call in their
lives. More information can be found at

St. Augustine Happenings
TODAY IS BLANKET SUNDAY! Thank you for your cash donation to our Blanket Sunday collection.
The Diocesan St. Vincent de Paul Society will make your money go further with bulk
purchases for use in our own metropolitan area. Thank you for giving the gift of warmth
this winter.

All children who will be making their First Reconciliation this year are required to attend the
Reconciliation Workshop Night, Monday, October 20 at 6:30pm in the SAC. This will be a night of fun
and learning, in which your child will begin to prepare for celebrating this new sacrament. Parents are
required to attend this event with their children. See you there!

Women of Faith: Children in our families, our parish, the City of Barberton and the world will be
the focus of our Holy Hour on Tuesday, October 21 at 6:30pm in the church. We will be praying for their
health, safety, education and faith development opportunities and family life in general. After the Holy
Hour there will be a short business meeting, socializing and yummy fall refreshments in the school
The Women of Faith Membership Drive continues through October 21. Thanks to all who have
joined so far all women in the parish are invited to be part of the group. For those who join prior to
the twenty-first, your name will be entered into a drawing for a gift basket a few of your favorite
things. Check out our brochure in the vestibule of the church, or the rectory office.

Are you ready for Basketball and Cheerleading?
Basketball is offered for boys and girls in grades 3-8 and Cheerleading is offered for girls in
grades 5-8. Players must complete the CYO registration forms and bring them to school or
to the registration/physical date. (Forms are in available in the school). All students
interested in signing up for CYO basketball and cheerleading need to turn in all paperwork
to Mrs. Faessel (at the school) by Thursday, October 16. There is not a set date for sign-
ups. Due to increasing CYO fees, we are forced to raise our fees for basketball to $100
per child, while cheerleading is still $50.00. All paperwork, physicals and fees must be
paid by this date (October 16) or your child will not be added to any rosters. NO
EXCEPTIONS. This is a new policy this year and it will be strictly enforced. A physical dated after June 1,
2014 is also required for each participant. Free physicals for interested athletes will be Thursday,
October 9 from 5:30-7:00pm. First time CYO players must provide a copy of their birth certificate.
Should you have any questions, please contact Brian Motil at

(Insert Graphic2303-0010.tif) St Augustine Mens Fellowship will meet in the School Cafeteria from 7-
8:25am on Saturday, October 18. All men of the parish and friends are invited to join us. For
questions, call Gib Adolph at 330-848-1043 or e-mail

PARISH DINNER: Its time to purchase tickets for the parish PASTA DINNER to be held on
Sunday, October 26 from 11:30-2:00 pm in the school cafeteria. Adults (12+) $6.00.
Children 11-5 $3.50. Under 5 free. Tickets will be sold after Masses Oct. 11-12 and 18-19
and in the Rectory during business hours (8:30 am-4:30 pm). Invite a friend. The food is always

(Insert Graphic 2404-0067.tif) The next Coffee and Donuts will be held Sunday, October 19 in the school
cafeteria following the 10:30 Mass. Hosts will be Marge Hreha, Mike Getz & Barb Vargo.

Time is one of the most valuable commodities we have in life. The amount
of leisure and free time for the average person has decreased in recent years.
Many outside influences are vying for the precious time that we have.
If you believe in the importance of investing your time in friendship, the
church, and helping others, The Knights of Columbus are for you. This weekend is
recruitment Sunday, all men, 18 and older, are encouraged to help our council grow.
Information will be available in the vestibule of the church, or you can contact Jim Bristol,
Membership Director at 419-514-3021 or

Cards Anyone? Join us Friday, November 7 as we play Euchre. Cards
begin at 6:30pm in the school cafeteria. A light meal will be provided.
Beginners and experienced players are welcome to come and try a hand.
Come and enjoy an evening of fellowship.

Next weekend our parish will celebrate World Mission Sunday. This year we are
invited to reach out and help build the Church in Mongolia, the worlds youngest
Catholic Church, as well as local churches throughout the Missions, in the most
remote areas across our world. Through the work of these churches, and their
witness to Christ, the poor receive practical help and experience Gods love and mercy,
His hope and peace. Please keep the Missions in your daily prayers. Please come
prepared next weekend to give generously in the collection for the Society for the
Propagation of the Faith. For more information, visit

2014 First Step Programs: Continuing education regarding marriage and divorce in the Catholic
Church. The Tribunal of the Diocese of Cleveland is continuing to offer its very successful First Step
Program in order to help individuals deal with the Churchs teaching on marriage, divorce, and
remarriage which are often misunderstood. A general meeting will be October 14 at Immaculate Heart of
Mary Parish, Cuyahoga Falls at 7:00pm. Come to healCome to learnCome open to the spirit. Please
note: the Diocese of Cleveland no longer requires any fees for this process. For more information check
the website at: or call 216-696-6525/800-869-6525 ext 4000.

The Catholic Commission of Summit County, the official social agency in Summit County of the
Diocesan Social Action Office, will celebrate its 36
Annual Bishop William Cosgrove Justice
Dinner & Silent Auction at 6:00pm on Friday, December 5, 2014 at St. Matthew Parish, Akron.
For more information, inclusion in the program booklet as a patron or ad sponsor, or to
purchase tickets ($45.00 per person), contact Joan Badami at 330-535-2787 or