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(St.

Augustine Church, Barberton, OH – August 30, 2015)
(Insert Graphic 1000-0095.tif) August 31 – September 6
Monday, August 31 – Weekday
12:05 Jacob Hurley
6:00 Confessions
Tuesday, September 1 – Weekday
8:30 School Mass
5:15 Ann Brindo – Anniversary
Wednesday, September 2 – Weekday
12:05 John Stadtmiller
Thursday, September 3 – St. Gregory the Great, Pope & Doctor of the Church
12:05 Minnie Forgacs
Friday, September 4 – Weekday
12:05 George Kozarevic
Saturday, September 5 – Weekday
8:30 Mary Geraldine Witt
3:00 Confessions
4:00 The Frank family (Fr. Glaros)
Sunday, September 6 – Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 Helen Herold (Fr. Majikas)
10:30 Ronald Huth – Anniversary (Fr. Glaros)
5:15 The People of St. Augustine Church (Fr. Smith)

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Readings for the Week of August 31
1 Thes 4:13-18, Ps 96:1,3,4-5,11-12,13, Lk 4:16-30
1 Thes 5:1-6,9-11, Ps 27:1,4,13-14, Lk 4:31-37
Col 1:1-8, Ps 52:10,11, Lk 4:38-44
Col 1:9-14, Ps 98:2-3,3-4,5-6, Lk 5:1-11
Col 1:15-20, Ps 100:1-2,3,4,5, Lk 5:33-39
Col 1:21-23, Ps 54:3-4,6,8, Lk 6:1-5
Is 35:4-7a, Ps 146:6-7,8-9,9-10, Jas 2:1-5, Mk 7:31-37
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Stewardship -Time, Talent & Treasure
August16

August 23
Sunday Offering
Faith Direct Offering
1,646
Total Offering
8,320

$

9,445

$

6,674

$

1,646

$

$

11,091

$

Weekly Budget to meet Operating Cost $
11,800
(Shortfall) Overage
$
$
(3,480)
School Support
Capital Support
St. Vincent de Paul
37
Parish Endowment

$
$

Assumption
Catholic Education

11,800

$

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$

709)

375
1,265

$
$

$

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Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Today Jesus teaches us what really matters are the intentions of our hearts. Bad
intentions lead to angry outbursts with name calling and put downs. These are
violent acts that “defile” our relationships. No one wins; everyone loses. Examine
your heart and open it to God’s love and grace.
Insert Graphic 2000-0047.tif) Please pray for our Sick especially: Karl Bartel, John
Baylock, 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, 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, Gary Reed, Dr. Bhe, Kristine
Hornacek, Carole Bell, Vicki Martin, Camilla Pieffer, Jim Hegarty, Barb Shehan & Gloria
Rondy
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Gabriel Michael Phares
Son of Megan White

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Mary Seal
Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord!
322 Holy Hours were kept with Our Lord last week in Eucharistic Adoration. The
spiritual lives of our families are strengthened through our Holy Hour. (Blessed
John Paul II) For more information on the Holy Hour program, please call Judy
Soltis at 330-733-6221.
Join Fr. Glaros for a Charismatic Prayer Group which will meet today Sunday, August
30, 6:30 pm, in the St. Augustine Rectory meeting room. . Today’s session will be on
Bible Study. All are encouraged to attend, reservations are not necessary.

Today is the day…..join fellow parishioners for our parishes biggest party of the
year, the Parish Picnic. Come and enjoy great food, music, raffles, games,
fellowship and fun. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to purchase a parish
picnic tee-shirt, or a chance to win $5,000 with the parish raffle. The day
begins with Mass at 10:30 and will run until 5:00pm. Hope to see everyone there!
R.C.I.C (Rite of Christian Initiation of Children) Anyone with children (7 years - 17) that have
been baptized and has not yet made their First Holy Communion or any child interested in
becoming catholic are welcome to enroll in R.C.I.C. For more information, please contact
Jaclyn Snyder at 330-745-1080.
St. Augustine Men’s Fellowship will meet in the School Cafeteria from 7- 8:25 am on
Saturday, September 5. We will continue our DVD series “Decision Point” by
Matthew Kelly. All men of the parish and friends are invited to join us. Should you
have any questions contact
Gib Adolph at 330-848-1043 or e-mail
adolphbiz@email.com.
(Insert Graphic 1508-0016.tif) First Saturday devotions under the title Our Lady of
Fatima will be held this Saturday, September 5 in the church following the 4:00pm
Mass. All are welcome to participate.
Remember St. Augustine Church in your will through Planned Giving. For
more information, please call Fr. David at 330-745-0011.
The next round of Euchre will be Friday, September 11 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.

Retrouvaille is a three-month program to help couples struggling in their marriages.
It has three phases, starting with a weekend experience in which couples learn to
re-establish communication and to gain new insight into themselves as individuals
and as a couple. Post sessions are held over a period of 12 weeks to further
develop and enhance the techniques learned on the weekend. A support group is
available offering interaction with other couples who are striving to improve their
relationship. Join us September 11-13, 2015 at Fairfield Inn & Suites, Beachwood,
OH. To register, email Cleveland@retrouvaille.org or call 800-470-2230 or 330-6653506. For more information go to www.helpourmarriage.com.
St. Augustine High School and Junior High School Youth Ministries are looking for
adults like you to become part of an amazing Core Team that will help lead the teens
closer to Christ. To help out you don’t need to know everything about the Catholic
faith or have a degree in Theology, you just need a heart for loving teens and wanting
to bring them in a deeper relationship with Jesus. The Life Teen High School Youth

Ministry will meet Sunday nights throughout the school year (starting Sunday,
September 20) and the Edge Junior High Youth Ministry will meet every Wednesday
throughout the school year beginning September 23. If you are unable to make a
commitment to regularly helping we can still use your gifts and talents! Contact
Jaclyn Snyder at 330-745-1080 or DRE.staugustine@gmail.com to find out more
about how you can impact our young people today!
Seventh and eighth graders, please join your friends for the annual Walsh Jesuit Jr.
High Dance Saturday, September 12 from 8-10PM. Bring a permission slip and a
friend! Visit www.walshjesuit.org to download the permission slip.

(Insert Graphic 1108-0048.tif) For couples preparing for marriage, Pre-Cana Day is
available on the following Sunday, September 13 - The day will begin with
registration at 10:30 a.m., followed by Mass at 11:00 a.m. Lunch is served at 12:00
p.m. The day will conclude at 6:00 pm.
The cost is $75.00 per couple which
includes lunch. To register, visit our website at www.loyolaretreathouse.com to
download a registration form or call the Retreat House at 330-896-2315.
(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 on Tuesday, October 20, 7:00pm at Immaculate
Conception Church. Please contact 330-753-8429 to let them know you will be
attending.
Take Back Drug Day……Saturday, September 26 from 10am – 2pm, in the
former First Merit parking lot, 480 W. Tuscarawas Avenue. This is an
opportunity to bring in any unneeded prescriptions for proper disposal.
St. Augustine Hospitality is looking for a driver to pick up donuts from the Barberton
Giant Eagle on Donut Sundays. Please contact the rectory at 330-745-0011 if you are
able to help us out, Coffee & Donuts are held twice a month.

Community Corner

Barberton Area Community Ministries item for the Month of September is Peanut Butter &
Jelly

Thank you again for all your support in helping us serve our brother’s and sister’s 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.

It is that time of year again! A new season of RCIA is about to begin and
in order to be hospitable and serve the Inquirers well, several things
are needed: Prayer Partners (make a commitment to pray in a regular
way for an Inquirer); many people to provide a simple snack for a
weekly session; something new to us – parish sponsors. It is common

for inquirers to have difficulty finding an appropriate sponsor or to have
someone who can be present for Rites celebrated and/or to be a
companion on the journey. If our Lord is prompting you to respond to one
of these needs – or to find out more, please call Karen (330-745-0011 x
18). Thank you.
The Culture of Life will meet on Tuesday, September 1 in the rectory following Mass
and Benediction. Much work and many prayers are needed for our country. You may
ask what can I do, I am only one person? Come and find out. Our Lord said “ if you
are lukewarm, He would spit you out!!” He does not hold us responsible for our
successes, only our efforts. It has been said that if you are not part of the solution
then you are part of the problem, please come and see how our Lord intends to use
you to put an end to the many tragedies brought on from the Culture of Death. If
you took the time to read this you are being called to help usher in a new Culture of
Life. Remember October is Respect Life Month
Mark the following important dates on your calendars:
*Every Wednesday 1:00-2:00 pm - Holy Hour for Religious Freedom
*First Friday - Holy Hour for Life – Following the 12:05 Mass we witness at the
Abortion Clinic located at 692 E. Market St., Akron
*National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children - September 12,
1:00PM
at Holy Cross Cemetery
*Life Chain - October 3 from 11:00-12:30 in Akron
*Rosary Rally in honor of Our Lady of Fatima, Saturday, October 10
For more information on how you can get involved, contact Lynn Willig at 330-4729452

JOIN US TODAY AT THE PICNIC……