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Augustine, Barberton, OH July 12, 2015)

(Insert Graphic 1000-0095.tif) July 13-19
Monday, July 13 Weekday
12:05 Nancy Shoemaker Anniversary
6:00 Confessions
Tuesday, July 14 St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Virgin
5:15 Elsie Stavarz
Wednesday, July 15 St. Bonaventure, Bishop & Doctor of the Church
12:05 Irene Shugar
Thursday, July 16 Weekday
12:05 John Edward & Mary M. Witt
Friday, July 17 Weekday
12:05 All Souls
Saturday, July 18 Weekday
8:30 Lili Valovcik Anniversary
3:00 Confessions
4:00 Bob Luxeder & Kenny Carpenter (Fr. Majikas)
Sunday, July 19 Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 Anna Lazar (Fr. Majikas)
10:30 Joe & Jackie Devcic (Fr. Glaros)
5:15 The People of St. Augustine Church (Fr. Majikas)
Readings for the Week of July 13
Ex 1:8-14,22, Ps 124:1-3,4-6,7-8, Mt 10:34-11:1
Ex 2:1-15a, Ps 69:3,14,30-31,33-34, Mt 11:20-24
Wednesday Ex 3:1-6,9-12, Ps 103:1-2,3-4,6-7, Mt 11:25-27
Ex 3:13-20, Ps 105:1,5,8-9,24-25,26-27, Mt 11:28-30
Ex 11:10-12:14, Ps 116:12-13,15,16,17-18, Mt 12:1-8
Ex 12:37-42, Ps 136:1,23-24,10-12,13-15, Mt 12:14-21
Jer 23:1-6, Ps 23:1-3,3-4,5,6, Eph 2:13-18, Mk 6:30-34
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Stewardship -Time, Talent & Treasure
Funds not available see future bulletin
Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Todays gospel reminds us that we have been given authority over the unclean spirits
that constantly invade our homes and families. The list of unclean spirit includes
contempt, envy, deceit, violence, substance abuse, hatred, pornography and
disrespect. The gospel makes it clear that we dont need a lot of equipment to speak
out against these evilswe already have the Holy Spirit as our advocate and guide.

Join Fr. Glaros for a Charismatic Prayer Group which will meet Sunday, July 12, 6:30pm , in St.
Augustine Rectory. Todays session will be Bible Study. All are encouraged to attend,
reservations are not necessary.
326 Holy Hours were kept with Our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration last week.
When Our Lord sees pure souls coming to visit Him in the Blessed Sacrament,
He smiles on them. They come with the simplicity that pleases him so much.
(St. John Vianney) Anyone can make a Holy Hour at any time....please sign your
name at the desk for the hour that you were there. Thank you! Judy.
Insert Graphic 2000-0047.tif) Please pray for our Sick especially: Karl Bartel, John
Baylock, Betty Biagetti, Joseph Benear, Leonard Hamilton, Betty Bartel, Jack Weigand,
Lisa Gnap, Irene Lyle, Jenny Moslowski, Mike Macko, Eugene Van Oss, Linda
Plummer, Judy Kriston, Anne Trischan, Fred Kormanic, Shanon Johnson, Tina
Muren, Betty Morlan, JoAnn Mullett, Janet Dodson, Stephen Deibel, Diolun Fletcher,
Joanne Ramsay, Leroy Morlan, Jason Glaros, Ruth Williams, William Bedford. Brittany
Wunderle, Karen Gondor, Carol Garman, Chad Trischan, Pat Shemuga, Andrew
Somercik, Helene Van Oss, Paula Collins, Jodi Johnson, Paulette Holland, Alexandra
Kepler, Janet Dodson, Gary Reed, John Thesing & Dr. Bhe
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Jim Young & Betsy Reed
In conjunction with the Year of Consecrated Life, the Dominican Sisters of Peace: Sisters &
Associates in Mission will host an Open House today, Sunday, July 12 from 1:30-4:30pm at Our
Lady of the Elms Motherhouse, 1230 W. Market Street, Akron. Stop by and meet the Dominican
Sisters & Associates and stay for refreshments and Evening Pray at 4:30. For more
information, call 330-836-4908.
The Knights of Columbus Council 1617 will be collecting money following Mass this
weekend Sunday, July 12 for the Measure Up Campaign. Funds will be donated to
the mentally disabled. Please be generous. For information regarding becoming a
member of the KOC, contact parishioner Jim Bristol at 419-514-3021. Meetings are
held on the second and fourth Mondays of the month beginning at 7:30pm, rosary is
said at 7:15pm.
(Insert Graphic 1201-0055.tif)St. Augustine Church is looking for a few good men
and women to join the ministry of Adult Funeral Altar Servers. Servers assist the
priest during funeral liturgies. Participants must be available during the day. For
more information please contact Tom Logsdon at 330-745-1373.

Please join Holy Cross Cemetery for A FINAL GIFT workshop and
presentation, Saturday, July 18 from 1-2 pm., 100 E. Waterloo Road,
Akron. A Catholic Cemetery, like a Catholic Funeral is for the living,
and the dead. Cemetery/ funeral costs have become the third largest
expense most families will pay for in their lifetime.

Receive a Catholic

Personal Planning Guide and Cemetery, Funeral and Cremation

information. KNOW YOUR RITES! THE FINAL GIFT is an act of GRACE we
can bestow on others. PEACE OF MIND through Pre-Planning is a
PRECIOUS GIFT. This workshop is free (registration is appreciated). Light
snacks and refreshments will be provided. Please visit our website at for all dates and locations. Please call the Cemetery office
at 330-724-1297 ext. # 7 to register.
There will be an Inquiry Night for the RCIA Monday, July 27 at 7:00 pm in the
Rectory Meeting Room. If you know someone who may be interested in growing in
their relationship with Jesus and learning about what Catholics believe, please
invite them to attend, or to call Karen at 330-745-0011 x 18. Thank you.
The next round of Euchre will be Friday, August 7 beginning at 6:30pm in the
school cafeteria.
Players of all ages are welcome to attend. Come and enjoy
an evening out with fellow parishioners.
The BEST is yet to come! We are about half way through summer and
the best part is yet to come The FEST. Join us for the highlight of the
summer season The FEST on Sunday, August 9 at the Center for
Pastoral Leadership in Wickliffe (30 seconds off the highway). The
FEST is about faith family and fun all for FREE. Last year, over
39,000 people from across the region came to our annual Catholic Family
FESTival. Its the place to be and the thing to do this summer. To learn more or to
get all the details and schedule for The FEST go to: Faith Family Fun
13, 2015 at 7:00 p.m., is the date and time for this years Annual Nurses
Mass at St. Paul Parish, 1580 Brown St., Akron, 44301. This is a wonderful
opportunity to say Thank You to all those who work to help us heal. Once
again the Peace Together Choir will sing and Fr. Neil Kookoothe R.N.
will be here to celebrate the liturgy. A reception will follow in the Parish Activity
Can you believe, plans are already being made for the Parishes biggest
event of the year, the St. Augustine Parish Picnic Happy Days on
Sunday, August 30 beginning with the 10:30 Mass. Join fellow
parishioners as we celebrate the fifties with music, raffles, games, food,
fun and most importantly fellowship. Keep any eye on the bulletin for
more information, anyone wishing to volunteer, please contact the rectory
as soon as possible. Many hands make light work. The next picnic meeting will be
Wednesday, July 15 at, 6:30-pm in St. Augustine School Cafeteria this will be a
working meeting.
NEW! Cleveland Catholic Radio Station - AM 1260 THE
ROCK. AM 1260 has a strong radio signal during the day and
night. It can make a positive impact on your faith even if you
listen for just a few minutes a day. Tune in to AM 1260 THE ROCK today!

(Insert Graphic 1200-0027.tif) We are looking for a few new Lectors to assist with the
Sunday 5:15pm Liturgy, rotation is usually once a month. Anyone interested, please
contact Deacon Adair at 330-283-4983.

(Insert Graphic 2101-0043.tif)Special care is taken when replacing candles in the

votive candle racks. Please be careful when removing plastic sleeves with melted
wax in them, do not throw them in the trash can as wax is getting on the floors and
carpet and it is very hard to remove. Please do not remove any candle that is not
completely burnt out.
You are cordially invited to a HOLY HOUR FOR PRIESTS, each Thursday
from3-4:00pm. Please join us as we pray the General Prayers for Priests,
Chaplet of Mercy, Rosary Meditations, Litany of Precious Blood and Litany of
Mary. All are invited and encouraged to attend as we pray for all priests,
deacons and religious especially Fr. David, Fr. Glaros, Fr. Mike, Deacon Adair and
Deacon Krause.
Remember St. Augustine Church in your will through Planned Giving. For
more information, please call Fr. David at 330-745-0011.

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preparing for marriage,
Pre-Cana Day is available
on the following dates in 2015: July 26, August 23 or September 13. The day runs
from 10:30am-6:00pm with Mass at 11:00am. The cost is $75.00 per couple which
includes lunch at noon. For reservations please call the Retreat House at 330-8962315 or visit to print a reservation form.
(Insert Graphic 1103-0041.tif) For those preparing to have a child baptized in the near future,
one requirement is that the parents attend a Pre-Baptism Class. The next class will be held at
St. Augustine Church on Tuesday, July 14 at 7:00pm in the rectory. For those interested,
contact the office at 330-745-0011.
The Ohio District Kiwanis are collecting shoes of any kind to be sent to the people in Haiti. Shoes of all
types are being collected; new, old, used, even torn and worn out, both children and
adults. There are so many people in Haiti that are getting horrible diseases due to the fact
that they do not have shoes to wear. This is a state wide project, please do not throw shoe
away. There will be a box/basket in the vestibule for your old shoes, just tie the pairs
together and place them in. Shoes will be picked up at a later date. Thank you in advance for your


Community Corner

Barberton Area Community Ministries item for the Month of July is Canned meat; tuna, beef
stew canned ravioli

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.

CAMP PROMISE - Akron General Hospice of Visiting Nurse Service will be serving
children in our community through Camp Promise, a four day bereavement camp for
children ages six-eleven who have experienced the death of a loved one. Camp
Promise dates are August 3-6, 2015. In addition, July 31 they will offer the second
annual one-day grief camp for teens ages twelve-sixteen.
As we know, the death of someone dear, can be devastating to a young person.
Camp Promise is a day-camp that responds to a young persons bereavement needs.
In a safe, non-threatening environment, trained bereavement professionals and
volunteers provide a process that enables young people to express his/her own grief
experience through play, drama, music, journaling & art.
For those interested, please contact Rochelle Sheppard, Camp Promise Director
at 330-668-4662, camp fills up quickly and space is limited.
Have you visited the St. Augustine Website lately? Do we have your current
email address? If you would like to keep up-to-date information regarding
parish activities.simply log onto There
you can find Ministry Schedules, information regarding Sacraments, ways
to donate to St. Augustine Church/School and much more.