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SACRAMENTS AND SACRAMENTALS

CONFRATERNITY OF ST. ALBERT THE GREAT Estis sal terr

Baptisms: Baptisms are by appointment. At least one parent as well as the sponsor (only one sponsor is required) must be practicing Roman Catholics who attend the Traditional Latin Mass exclusively. Blessings: Religious articles are blessed on the first Sunday of every month after Mass. The Blessing of Expectant Mothers will take place on the second Sunday of every month after Mass. Catechism: Contact Jan Satola for details. Confession: Confessions are heard before Mass on Sunday and during Mass whenever a second priest is available. Confirmation: The Sacrament of Confirmation will be administered every year at a time appointed by the bishop. First Communion: First Holy Communions are made on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi. Funerals: Call Father for assistance in making arrangements with the funeral director. Last Rites & Sick Calls: Father Ramolla serves a wide area and must often travel far to administer these Sacraments. Please do not put off making arrangements until the last moment. Let us know if a church member is sick, hospitalized or in danger of death. Matrimony: If you are contemplating marriage, please make an appointment to speak with Father before setting a date.

ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA MISSION


TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS CENTER

Columbus, Ohio

Pentecost VIII
Aug 7, 2011
CONTACT INFORMATION 513 870 0222 Cell 513 746 0291 (Emergency) @ pastor@albertthegreat.org www.albertthegreat.org http://stanthonymission.blogspot.com/

Sede Vacante
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Sunday Aug 7, 2011 Todays Mass Intention: In Honor of St. James Kisai (J. Quinn Dorgan) Todays Missal Settings: 2ND OR: St. Cajetan. 3rd OR: St. Donatus. PRF: Holy Trinity

Pentecost VIII St Cajetan and St. Donatus

CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF Aug 8th

Month of the Immaculate Heart


DATE DAY MASS

Announcements
Next Sunday, August 14th, 2011, Pentecost IX, Mass will be
celebrated at 2:00 P.M. at the Grandview Library. The remainder of Mass times and locations for August are given in the table below. Brugger, Sr., and for Peggy Miller.

08 AUG (MON) 09 AUG (TUE)

Ss. Cyriacus, Largus, and Smaragdus, Mm St. John Vianney, C Vigil of St. Lawrence, M St. Romanus, M St. Lawrence, M

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10 AUG (WED) 11 AUG (THU) 12 AUG (FRI) 13 AUG (SAT) 14 AUG (SUN)

Columbus Mass Locations through the end of August


DATE 14 August 21 August 28 August MASS Sunday Mass Sunday Mass Sunday Mass TIME 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM LOCATION Grandview Library Grandview Library Grandview Library

Ss. Tiburtius & Susanna, V, Mm St. Clare, V

Anticipated Vigil of Assumption Ss. Hippolytus & Cassian, Mm Pentecost IX St. Eusebius, C

LAST WEEKS STATISTICS


Attendance: 30 Collection: $526.00

2:00 PM GRANDVIEW PUBLIC LIBRARY ______________ KEY TO SYMBOLS

Traditional day of complete abstinence (no meat)

NO Mass celebrated in Columbus Holy-Day of Obligation Mass celebrated in Columbus

Todays Epistle (Rom. 8:12-17) Brethren, we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live according to the flesh. For if you live according to the flesh, you shall die, but if by the spirit you mortify the deed of the flesh, you shall live. For whosoever are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God. For you have not received the spirit of bondage again in fear, but you have received the spirit of adoption of sons, whereby we cry: Abba (Father). For the Spirit Himself giveth testimony to our spirit, that we are the sons of God. And if sons, heirs also; heirs indeed of God, and joint heirs with Christ.

various goods of soul and body God gives us not as our own, but as things to be used for His honor and the salvation of man. He will therefore demand the strictest account of us if we use them for sin, luxury, seduction, or oppression of others.

Why did Christ make use of this parable? To teach us

Who lives according to the flesh? Those who follow the evil pleasures and

the desires of corrupt nature, rather than the voice of faith and conscience. Such men are not guided by the Spirit of God, for He dwells not in the sensual man (Gen. 6:3)--they are no children of God, and will not inherit Heaven, but eternal death. But he who is directed by the Spirit of God, and with Him and through Him crucifies his flesh and its concupiscence, is inspired with filial confidence in God by the Holy Ghost, Who dwells in him, and by Whom he cries: Abba (Father). Prove yourself well, Christian soul, that you may know whether you live according to the flesh, and strive by prayer and fasting to mortify all carnal and sensual desires that you may by such means become a child of God and heir of Heaven. Todays Gospel (St. Luke 16:1-9) At that time, Jesus spoke to His disciples this parable: There was a certain rich man who had a steward: and the same was accused unto him that he had wasted his goods. And he called him, and said to him: How is it that I hear this of thee? Give an account of thy stewardship; for now thou canst be steward no longer. And the steward said within himself: What shall I do, because my lord taketh away from me my stewardship? To dig, I am not able: to beg I am ashamed. I know what I will do, that when I shall be removed from the stewardship, they may receive me into their houses. Therefore calling together every one of his lord's debtors, he said to the first: How much dost thou owe my lord? But he said: A hundred barrels of oil. And he said to him: Take thy bill, and sit down quickly, and write fifty, Then he said to another: And how much dost thou owe? Who said: A hundred quarters of wheat. He said to him: Take thy bill, and write eighty. And the Lord commended the unjust steward, for as much as he had done wisely: for the children of this world are wiser in their generations than the children of light. And I say to you: Make unto you friends of the mammon of iniquity, that when you shall fail, they may receive you into everlasting dwellings.

that God requires of every man a strict account of whatever has been given to him, and to urge us to works of charity, particularly almsdeeds.

What friends do we make by alms giving? According

to St. Ambrose they are the poor, the saints and angels, even Christ Himself: for that which we give to the poor, we give to Christ. (St. Matt. 25: 40.) And: He that hath mercy on the poor, lendeth to the Lord, and he will repay him. (Prov. XIX. 17.) "The hands of the poor," says Peter Chrysologus, "are the hands of Christ," through whom we send our riches to heaven before us, and through whose intercession we obtain the grace of salvation.

Why did his lord commend the steward? Because of his prudence and
foresight, but not for his injustice; for he adds: The children of this world are wiser than the children of light: that is, the worldly-minded understand better hove to obtain temporal goods than do Christians to lay up treasures for themselves in heaven.

Why is wealth called unjust? Because riches are often massed and retained
unjustly, often lead man to injustice, and because they are often squandered, or badly used.

Who are represented by the rich man and his steward? The rich man

represents God, the steward is man, to whom God has confided the various goods of soul and body, of grace and nature: faith, intellect, memory , free will; and five senses, health, strength of body, beauty, skill power over others, time and opportunity for good, temporal riches, and other gifts. These

Lists Every Catholic Should Know

The 7 Spiritual Works of Mercy


To counsel the doubtful To instruct the ignorant To admonish the sinner To comfort the sorrowful To forgive all injuries To bear wrongs patiently To pray for the living and the dead

The transfiguration of Our Lord (A. D. 32)


Our divine Redeemer, being in Galilee the summer before His sacred Passion, took with Him Saint Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, Saint James and Saint John, and led them to the heights of a solitary mountain. Tradition assures us that this was Mount Tabor, which is exceedingly high and beautiful, and in those days was covered with green trees and shrubs. It rises alone in the midst of a vast plain of Galilee. It is here that the God-Man appeared in His glory. While Jesus prayed, He permitted the glory which was always due to His sacred humanity and of which for our sake, not to alarm us, He deprived it to diffuse its brilliance over His whole body. His face was transfigured and shone as the sun, and His garments became white as snow. Moses and Elias were seen in His company by the three apostles on this occasion, and were heard discoursing with Him of the death which He was to suffer in Jerusalem. The three were wondrously delighted with this glorious vision, and Saint Peter cried out to Christ, Lord, it is good for us to be here! Let us make three tents, one for Thee, one for Moses, and one for Elias. While Saint Peter was speaking, suddenly there came a bright cloud from heaven, emblem of the presence of Gods majesty, and from out of this cloud was heard a voice which said, This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear Him. By these words, God made known that in Christ they must recognize the One He had foretold to Moses, saying: I will raise up from among them a Prophet like you; I will put My words in His mouth, and He will tell them all I command Him. If anyone does not want to hear the words that this Prophet will speak in My Name, it is to Me that he will have to answer for it. (Deut. 18:18-19) When the Jews asked John the Baptist if he was the Prophet, this was the Expected One they referred to. The apostles understood perfectly now what these words meant; the prophecy was known to all who listened to the Scriptures read each week in their synagogues. Hearing this voice, they were nonetheless seized with a sudden fear, and fell upon the ground; but Jesus, going to them, touched them, and bade them rise. They immediately did so, and saw no one but Jesus standing there in His ordinary state. This vision happened during the night. As they went down the mountain early the next morning, Jesus forbade them to tell anyone what they had seen, before He had risen from the dead.
Reflection: From the contemplation of this glorious mystery we ought to conceive a true idea of future happiness. If this idea enters our souls, we will think nothing of the difficulties or labors we meet with here, but will regard with great indifference all the goods and evils of this life, provided we obtain our portion in the kingdom of Gods glory.

The 3 Eminent Good Works


Prayer Fasting Almsgiving

The 3 Theological Virtues


Faith Hope Charity
Note:
Reference I Corinthians 13:13. The Theological Virtues are called such because they are supernatural in origin, relate immediately to God, and can only be gained through His grace