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St.

Augustine Church, Barberton, OH – June 10, 2018

June 11-17

Monday, June 11 – St. Barnabas, Apostle


12:05 Carl Frank
6:00 Confessions

Tuesday, June 12 – Weekday


5:15 Irene, Art & Jim Lyle

Wednesday, June 13 – St. Anthony of Padua, Priest & Doctor of the Church
12:05 Genevieve Benedick Bania

Thursday, June 14 – Weekday


12:05 Michael Jerin Sr. – Anniversary

Friday, June 15 – Weekday


12:05 Helen Halenar – Anniversary

Saturday, June 16 – Weekday


8:30 Anna Lazar
3:00 Confessions
4:00 Constantine Nonno (Fr. Browne)

Sunday, June 17 – Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time


8:00 Vinton & Oma Jewell (Fr. Browne)
10:3 Constantine Nonno (Fr. Majikas)
5:15 The People of St. Augustine (Fr. Misbrener)

Readings for the Week of June 11


Monday Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3, Ps 98:1,2-3,3-4,5-6, Mt 5:1-12
Tuesday Kgs 17:7-16, Ps 4:2-3,4-5,7-8, Mt 5:13-16
Wednesday 1 Kgs 18:20-39, Ps 16:1-2,4,5,8,11, Mt 5:17-19
Thursday 1 Kgs 18:41-46, Ps 65:10,11,12-13, Mt 5:20-26
Friday 1 Kgs 19:9a,11-16, Ps 27:7-8,8-9,13-14, Mt 5:27-32
Saturday 1 Kgs 19:19-21, Ps 16:1-2,5,7-8,9-10, Mt 5:33-37
Sunday Ez 17:22-24, Ps 92:2-3,13-14,15-16, 2 Cor 5:6-10, Mk 4:26-34

341 Holy Hours were kept before the Blessed Sacrament his past week. We are
very grateful for a new adorer; Kayla Traxler. Our vacant hours are as follows:
Sunday 1-2pm, Monday 8-9am and Wednesday 10-11am, Sunday 1-2am and 2-
3am. We are still in need of a partner Friday 7-8am. Think about Jesus’
encounter with the Samaritan woman described in John 4. At the very beginning
of their conversation, Jesus told her, “If you knew the gift of God, and who it is that
is saying to you, “Give me a drink” you would have asked, and he would have given you living
water.” (John 4:10) In a similar manner, Eucharistic Adoration is not about us giving Jesus a
drink by giving up our time to be with him as much as it is about our coming to Jesus and asking
him for a drink. It’s about presenting our needs to the Lord and asking him to fill us with
heavenly grace and heavenly power and heavenly wisdom. It’s about receiving all that we need
to live in him and for him in this world. When we come and meet him in adoration, he shows us-
--just as he showed the Samaritan woman---that he wants to be our Lord, our Savior, and our
friend. As our eyes are opened, we will take his advice and ask him for a drink of his living
water. And we will never be the same again. (From encountering Jesus in Eucharistic
Adoration) Choose a vacant hour or any hour and begin your journey. Call 330-690-9661.

Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time


Family relationships have primary importance in our lives. Jesus, however, reminds us of a
higher priority than family for each of us; the will of God. In today’s Gospel he even says “for
whoever does the will of God is my brother and sister and mother.” According to Mark’s Gospel,
Jesus had to overcome some of his own earthly family’s resistance to his calling. What about
us? Are our families open to God’s will for each member or must we, too, overcome family
resistance?

Please pray for our Sick especially: Betty Bartel, Jack Weigand, Lisa Gnap, Judy
Kriston, Anne Trischan, Shanon Johnson, Stephen Deibel, Joanne Ramsay, William
Bedford, Carol Garman, Chad Trischan, Pat Shemuga, Helene Van Oss, Paula Collins,
Alexandra Kepler, Gary Reed, Camilla Pieffer, Barb Shehan, Joe Patterson III, Lowell
Potts, Sandra Walters, Bruce Hartung, Barb Helms, Nicole Hahn, Tom Abbott, Bob &
Patty Moses, Therese Weigand, Brenda Griffin, Kelly Ann Eby, Kaleigh Shriver, Dick
Buehrle, Carol Soberano, Pauline Nonno, Allen Weidman, Conner Beish, Charlie
Carroll, Katie Marino, Cheryl Jackson, Roy Smith, Angie Jursik, Dennis Braman,
Vickey Todd, Jean Stemmer, Tara Ferguson, C.J., Bob Eckert, Paul Moon, James
Chalfant, Lori Meese, Sharon Lohan, Carole Ezell-Bell, Lisa Von Gunten, Julian
Gonzalez, Honey Ann Zagar, Paulette Holland, Carol Newhouse, Carol Grimes, Ann
Majikas & Judy Soltis, Nick Shirey

Wedding Banns
II Ralph Mark Hammer & Billie Marian Holcomb
I Michael Swisher & Mary King

Baptism
Luka Landon Austin
Son of Benjamin & Jennifer (Schleier) Austin
The priests of St. Augustine are on the emergency call list to Barberton Hospital, they
are only called in cases of emergency. If you are in or have entered the hospital and
would like to be visited by one of our priest’s, please call the rectory at 330-745-0011.
If you have a surgery planned and would like to be anointed, please call prior to
hospitalization as to make sure you receive the sacrament. If there is someone you
know who has been returned to health and can be removed from the sick list, please
contact the rectory.

Time, Talent & Treasure

May 27 June 3
Sunday Offering $ 6,042 $ 8,660
Faith Direct Offering $ 1,890 $ 1,890
Total Offering $ 7,932 $ 10,550

Weekly Budget to meet Operating Cost $ 11,800 $ 11,800


(Shortfall) Overage $ $ (3,868) $ (1,250)

School Support $ --- $ 714


Capital Support $ 35 $ 261
Endowment Fund $ --- $ 35
St. Vincent de Paul $ 230 $ 541
Organ Campaign $ --- $ 342

Organ Campaign Goal $660,000 Year-to-Date $ 613,409

Joyful Hearts Ministry ~ Last meeting before summer break is on June 15


beginning with Mass at 12:05pm followed by a business meeting at Kave at
approximately 12:45pm. Come and share your ideas for the future of our
ministry! Can’t make it? No worries. Follow us on Facebook where a full recap of
the meeting will be made available. Any questions? Contact Carolyn King @ 330-234-7302.

St. Augustine Men’s Fellowship will meet in the school cafeteria from 7:00-8:25am on Saturday, June
16. We will continue our study of the book “The Marian Option” and we will pray a rosary for Marriage,
the Family and World Peace. All men are invited to join us. For questions call Gib Adolph at 330-848-
1043 or e-mail adolphbiz@email.com.

On Father’s Day, June 17, 2018 St. Augustine's CULTURE OF LIFE will launch its Fifth Annual
SPIRITUAL ADOPTION campaign. The only requirement is you sign up to pledge to PRAY the
SPIRITUAL ADOPTION PRAYER composed by the Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, daily for
your spiritually adopted baby for nine months. Your pledge cards will be used as Ornaments on
the Tree of Life where they will bear witness on behalf of these “least of our brethren" who
cannot even speak for themselves. Gifts placed in the bassinet provided next to the Tree of Life
support St. Augustine's own St. Elizabeth Ministry which provides beautiful baskets for the
newly baptized of the parish. A Baby Shower will be held the last Sunday of February on behalf
of all of our spiritually adopted babies, benefitting the Barberton Community Pregnancy
Center.

VBS is less than one month away - June 18 – 22 from 9-noon, Marvelous Mystery,
“The Mass Comes Alive.” Enjoy games, awesome snacks, growing deep in
your faith, while learning more about the mystery of Mass and the treasure we
have in our faith. VBS is for children 3 yrs. old (and potty trained) through 6th
Grade. Seventh grade children and older are invited to become volunteers. Come join
us for this fantastic adventure, registration forms can be found on line or in the vestibule
of the church. Please contact Jaclyn Snyder at 330-745-1080 for more information

Barberton Area Community Ministries item for the Month of June is Macaroni & Cheese.
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. Thank you again for all your
support in helping us serve our brother’s and sister’s in need.

The parish Book Club sponsored by Women of Faith will meet on June 14 at 1:00pm in the rectory.
Our selection is “The Gift of Peace” written by Joseph Cardinal Bernadin from the Archdiocese of
Chicago in the 1990’s. It is a memoir of his early life, his life as a priest, bishop and cardinal, the
false accusation made against him, his illness and ultimate death. His life is an example of complete
trust in God in both good and bad times. Joins us – all are welcome!

The Department for Marriage & Family Ministry, the office of Worship, and the
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist are pleased to announce the 50th Wedding
Anniversary Celebration. Mass will be held Sunday, July 30 beginning at 2:30pm at
the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Registration this year is online. Couples
are encouraged to register at www.ccdocle.org/mfm at your convenience. The deadline is
Monday, June 25 in order for couples’ names to be included in the Booklet. This date is firm.
Early or Mid-July, confirmation letters will be mailed along with instructions, maps and
driving/parking directions. Many Blessings!

Help The FEST – We need you! - FEST 2018 will be here before we know it
– Sunday August 5 from 12 noon until 10pm. It’s a day of faith, family, and fun
– and it’s all for FREE. For all the details, visit www.theFEST.us. We need
your help to make this great day possible! It takes 1,400 volunteers to bring
The FEST to life. Be a part of a GREAT group of people and “Be the Light” for the thousands of
people who will join us for this great day. Go to www.theFEST.us/volunteer for details!

Theology on Tap Akron is excited to announce that it will be at The Harbor


Front Grille & Party Center on Wednesday, June 13 at 7:00 pm! Theology
on Tap welcomes all young adults to come listen to Fr. Michael
McCandless, Cleveland Diocesan Vocations Director, speak on "Come
and You Will See: One Cup of Coffee, One Thirsty Soul, Once a Month."
Admission is $5 and includes appetizers. The bar will be open for those who would like
to purchase beverages. Come experience faith, fellowship, and food with other young
adults in their 20's and 30's at Theology on Tap Akron! The Harbor Front Grille & Party
Center is located at 562 Portage Lakes Dr., Akron, OH 44319.

For couples preparing for marriage, the last Pre-Cana Day at Loyola Retreat House for
this year is September 9. Session runs from 11:00am to 7:15pm (Mass at 11:45am)
the cost is $75.00 per couple which includes lunch & dinner. To download a
registration form and/or register, visit our website at www.loyolaretreathouse.com or
call the Retreat House at 330-896-2315.

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 on Tuesday, July 17 at 7:00pm in the rectory. Please contact 330-745-
0011 for more information.

St. Augustine School is looking for a part-time cafeteria assistant to work 20 hours per week
to assist the cafeteria manager in the processes necessary to provide breakfast, lunch,
and/or snacks to St. Augustine school and preschool following all food safety regulations to
assure quality nutritional services are provided to our children at all times. The qualifying
applicant would hold a minimum of a high school degree and have two years of food service experience.
Please contact Elaine Faessel at 330-753-6435 ext 120 or Denise Karam at 330-745-0011 ext 13.
Applications and full job description are available from the school or rectory.

Join the Cleveland Indians for Mass and a Ball game for Catholic Family Day at Progressive Field
on Sunday, September 23 at 1:10pm (Indians Vs. Boston Red Sox). Pre-Game Mass will be at
10:15am in the Ball Park with Fr. Bob Stec presiding. Ticket prices start at $17.00. Purchase
tickets on line at http://mlb.com/indians/tickets/specials/catholic-family-day enter the special
code “catholic”. Offer expires September 2, 2018. For questions please call 216-420-4162 or
jplys@indians.com.

Please note early bulletin deadlines due to the Fourth of July Holiday…..For the July 1 bulletin,
information must be into the rectory by Thursday, June 21, information for the July 8 bulletin must
be into the rectory by Thursday, June 28. Thank you for your cooperation.

St. Augustine Rectory will be closed Wednesday, July 4 to celebrate Independence


Day. Mass will be held at 9:00am on the fourth. The office will reopen for business on
Thursday, July 5!

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