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(Saint Augustine Church, Barberton, OH

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(May 1, 2011)
Second Sunday of Easter
Divine Mercy Sunday
The Spirit of the Risen Jesus is present in the midst of families locked behind doors of hurt, pain, and
resentment. Have the courage to believe His promise of peace. Choose to reach out and ask Him for
help if your marriage is strained. Take the first step toward forgiving the person who has hurt you the
most. “Do not be unbelieving but believe.”
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380 Holy Hours were kept before our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration this past week. "In the Sacred Host,
He is present, the true treasure, always waiting for us. Only by adoring this Presence do we learn how to
receive him properly." During Eucharistic Adoration, we "watch and wait", we remain "silent" in his
Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist...By worshiping the Eucharistic
Jesus, we become what God wants us to be! Like a magnet, The Lord draws us to Himself and gently
transforms us. In its fullest essence.... Eucharistic Adoration is "God and Man reaching out for each
other, at the same time."

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First Saturday Devotion to Our Lady of Fatima will be held on May 7 at 6:00pm in Saint Augustine
Church. “The essential message of Fatima is the amendment of life: “Do not offend the Lord our God
anymore, because he is already so much offended”. “What makes Fatima different is this time, instead of
a prophet, it is a loving and anxious Mother who comes and she brings with her special aids to enable us
to turn back the tide of sin! Two Special Aids, “The Scapular and the Rosary”. Store up Treasures in
Heaven! Make this devotion every month!

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“Fill the Ark” Heifer International”
Dear Parishioners: Our Lenten Almsgiving for Heifer International has drawn to a
close. We raised $8,191.55 for Heifer International, exceeding our goal of $5,000
to fill the Ark. We filled one ark and were three quarters of the way to filling a
second. I am anxiously awaiting my first donkey ride. Keep watching the bulletin
for the date. Thank you for your generous stewardship of treasure.
Christ’s Peace, Fr. David Majikas

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Barberton Area Community Ministries item for the Month of May is Canned Fruit, peaches, pears,
mixed fruit, apricots, etc. Please bring your donations when you come to Mass, together we can help
those less fortunate, a box has been placed in the vestibule for donations. Items will be delivered to
BACM on Monday.

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The next Coffee and Donuts will be until Sunday, May 15, following the 9:00 and 11:00 Masses. Hosts
will be Donna Houk & Marge Hreha & Cindy Cook & Jean Luxeder.

GENERATIONS OF FAITH – Join us on the Journey, Thursday, May 5 for “Mary: The Yes that changed
the World.” Registration forms are available on the bookrack. Sessions will be held at Immaculate
Conception Waldeisen Hall from 6-9pm, all are welcome to attend. Enjoy a meal from 6-6:30pm
followed by the session.

. People: “And with your spirit” Do you enjoy SOCIAL MEDIA? Is Face Book your friend? If so. allows the Catholic Church "to move forward and continue with important catechetical efforts.net Women of Grace. 1497 Glenbreigh Circle beginning at 12:30 to 2:00pm. USE OF THE NEW ROMAN MISSAL TO BEGIN IN THE USA AT ADVENT 2011 Catholics in the United States will begin using the long-awaited English translation of the Roman Missal on the first Mass of Advent. snacks. has undergone a lengthy and rigorous translation process through the International Commission on English in the Liturgy (ICEL) for several years. May 28 in the SAC – Come and dance the night away with old friends and new acquaintances." The order and structure of the Mass will not change at all. music as well as a variety of surprise ingredients to help them grow in relationship with Jesus. announced by Pope John Paul II in 2000 and then published in Latin in 2002. Please contact Kim Kozer or Kim Krajcovic at 330-753-6435 for more information. 2011 at 4:00pm.11:00am Mass  Alumni Bowling Party. Saturday evening. but Catholics will see new texts for prayers. We will be experiencing the love of God at the “Shake it up Café: Where kids carry out God’s recipe”.  Alumni Mass. April 28. Sunday. Registration cost is $10. and perhaps cards and some games. Each day has a special ingredient from Being Ready for God to Celebrating God forever. May 29 at Slovene Center – Bring the family to a bowling party from 1-4:00pm. The new missal. This is a nine week study for women of all ages. All are welcome. Music and snacks provided. would you be willing to let your St Augustine classmates know about the upcoming FREE events being held during the Alumni weekend. Bowling. now completed for the English-speaking countries throughout the world. To volunteer or register your family. new observances for saints added to the church calendar in recent decades and such additions as a Mass in Thanksgiving for the Gift of Human Life. Volunteers are needed. Here is a sample of one new change in the words we use at Mass: Present Text: Priest: The Lord be with you.barker@staugschool.tif) Young at Heart seniors will meet Monday. Please call Anita @330-825-0037 to reserve your spot. People: “And also with you”. Donations are appreciated. Saturday. crafts. The translation. outside play. May 2. snacks and fun provided. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER! Mark your calendars for June 20-24 from 9:00-12:00 (noon. (Insert Graphic 1800-0005. Come to enjoy friendship. contact Renee Barker at 330-745-1080 or renee. Sunday. That can only mean one thing. 1pm. November 26. refreshments.00 per family. Join us at the Second Annual Dance and Social in the SAC from 6-10pm.  Alumni Mardi Gras Party. May 29 at Saint Augustine Church . New Text: Priest: The Lord be with you. in the home of Anita Buskey. Spring has officially arrived. sponsored by Prince of Peace Catholic Church will began on Thursday. Participants will enjoy daily Bible stories. at Prince of Peace.

preschool. Christine Nichny. 14. we will meet in the school cafeteria prior to Mass. 2011 .m. June 12. Following Pat's presentation. & Monica (Moyer) Kallai LIFE HAS CHANGED. Jennifer Marco. at the 11:00am. 7:00 p.ohio. Paul Kosuth. “Come and See” Patricia Daw. Patrick Blasdel.stm. will speak on the topic.. Ruth Barker. Fr. A preschool half day class for ages 4 & 5 is available. (Insert Graphic 2000-0069. visit www. O Lord! Saint Augustine Preschool and Child Care Center is currently enrolling children ages 16 months-12 years old for summer and fall. John Ciarlariello. or would like a tour. Debbie Bernard. St. pre-k and school age. Martha) in Akron. there will be an opportunity for small group discussion. Jacob Hurley. Title XX will help to pay for your child care expenses. Attention High School Class of 2011 – It is that time of year when we begin to make preparations for Graduation Day! Mark your calendars for Sunday. Classes are offered for toddlers. Graduates are asked to wear their caps and gowns. NOT ENDED Margaret Somerick Eternal rest grant unto her. Frank Skraba. Kenny Carpenter. Patricia Patterson.tif) III Michael Sebe & Stephanie Wharton II Michael Maurer & Tracy Hayes BAPTISM Andrew Stephen Koncz Son of Andrew & Jacqueline (Arvay) Koncz Christopher Kalin Kallai Son of Christopher Jr. To compare us to other centers. at Blessed Trinity Church (formerly St. please contact Faith Kirtley at 330-745- 5735.. This Mass is to celebrate you.gov/cdc/page2. Mass.jfs. Smith. Karl Bartel.Tickets can be purchased by calling the school office at 330-753-6435. Michael B. including time for individual conversations with her. Auditor at the Diocesan Tribunal. Augustine Drama Club Proudly Presents… May 13. Frances Schlernitzauer & Pat Mullett (Insert Graphic 1108-0072. If you are working or going to school and meet the income guideline. Tuesday. Judy Lee Haines. May 3.tif) PRAY FOR THE SICK Michael Jerin Sr. “The Marriage Prism: Learning Life's Lessons” at the next gathering. The preschool accepts Title XX. Full and part-time schedules are available for all ages. Everyone is welcome! . Betty Morlan. Jon Lombardi. Should you have any questions. and 15.

Jn 3:31-36 Friday Acts 5:34-42.Jn 3:1-8 Tuesday 1 Cor 15:1-8. May 6 – Easter Weekday 6:30 Mary McDonough 12:05 Pauline Meyers 5:00 WEDDING – Michael Sebe & Stephanie Wharton Saturday.4-7a. Apostles 5:15 All Souls Wednesday.6-7.5.tif) May 2 – 8 Monday.13-14. Bishop and Doctor of the Church 6:30 Sandra Ruckman 12:05 Herbert Artino Tuesday.8-9. Ps 16:1-2. Carnations at $2. Ps 34:2 & 9. Jn 6:16-21 Sunday Acts 2:14.$10.00 each ________ Carnations -.4-5.$2. Ps 19:2-3.11 (11a) 1 Pt 1:17-21. Stewardship Corner Without cost you have received. 17-18. Ps 2:1-3. Ps 34:2-3.7-8. grandmas. Athanasius. godmothers and loving friends with beautiful flowers.7b-9.4.Jn 14:6-14 Wednesday Acts 5:17-26. Philip & St.19-20. Ps 27:1.4-5.22-33. moms. Mt 10:8 . (Insert Graphic 2120-0041.9-10.00 will be available after all Masses on Mother’s Day weekend.00 each or bouquets at $10. without cost you are to give. Jn 3:16-21 Thursday Acts 5:27-33.4-5. May 4 – Easter Weekday 6:30 Frank & Clotilda Szczepanski 12:05 Mike Kallai Thursday. Support Right to Life’s continuing efforts to promote the dignity of all human life from conception to natural death. May 8 – Third Sunday of Easter 7:30 Charles & Helen Costanzo 9:00 Dorothy Lindner 11:00 CONFIRMATION 5:15 Anna Lazar Readings for the week of May 2 Monday Acts 4:23-31. Lk 24:13-25 Mother’s Day Flower Sale – May 8 ________ Bouquets -. Please say “Thank you for the gift of life!” to wives. May 2 – St.00 each Name ___________________________________________ Phone ____________________________________________ The annual Right to Life Mother’s Day Flower Sale will be May 8. Jn 6:1-15 Saturday Acts 6:1-7. May 5 – Easter Weekday 6:30 Special Intentions of Mildred Starkey Schmidt Friday. May 3 – St. May 7 – Easter Weekday 8:30 Joseph Petruska 4:00 Giovanni & Rosa Cornacchione Sunday. Ps 33:1-2. James.18-19.