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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.



6811 Dublin Center Drive Dublin, Ohio 43017

Pentecost XIX
October 23, 2011

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CONTACT INFORMATION 513 870 0222 Cell 513 746 0291 (Emergency) @

Sunday October 23, 2011 Todays Mass Intention: People of St. Anthonys (Fr. Ramolla) Todays Missal Settings: MISSION SUNDAY NINETEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST: 2ND COLLECT: All Saints, 3RD COLLECT: Deceased brethren, relations & Benefactors, 4TH COLLECT: Propagation of Faith, PRF: Trinity;

Pentecost XIX

Calendar for the Week of 24 October

Month of the Most Holy Rosary and Holy Angels
DATE 124 OCT (MON) 025 OCT (TUE) 026 OCT (WED) 027 OCT (THU) 028 OCT (FRI) 029 OCT (SAT) 30 OCT (SUN) DAY St. Raphael the Archangel MASS

Welcome to Saint Anthony of Padua, and our first Mass at the Dublin
Village Center. Next Sunday Mass will be celebrated here at 2:30 P.M. This chapel has been made possible through the intercession of Saint Anthony, the expert planning of Bob Bastaja, and the hard work of dedicated parishioners: Bob and Sue Bastaja, Craig Toth, Marylou and Christy Zschach, and Jan Satola.

Ss. Chrysanthus and Daria, Mm St. Evaristus, PM

MapA revised map to our new chapel location is printed on another

page of todays bulletin, which is especially helpful in finding us if you have received this copy by mail and have not yet visited us.

Vigil of Ss. Simon and Jude, App Ss. Simon and Jude, App Our Ladys Saturday

In your charity, please continue to pray for our friends Anne and Larry
Brugger, Sr., and for Peggy Miller. Peggy had a recent fall requiring surgery to repair a fractured pelvis, and is currently recovering quietly. Due to complications following her surgery, Anne has been moved to a nursing facility called Vancrest, south of Urbana on route 68, about a mile south of where route 55 crosses route 68. She is in good spirits and would enjoy a call from her friends at 937-652-4539. site at:

Saint Anthonys is now on the internet! You may visit our new internet All Souls Memorial Envelop - In this bulletin you will find the All
Souls Memorial Envelopes. Please fill them out and return them next Sunday or on All Saints Day. They will be placed on our altar during the All Souls Memorial from November 2 to November 9, and your beloved family, friends and acquaintances will be remembered each of those days at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

Our Lord Jesus Christ the King Pentecost XX


Traditional day of complete abstinence (no meat)

Attendance: 33 Collection: $ 537.00

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

Todays Epistle (Ephes. 4:23-28) Brethren, Be renewed in the spirit of your mind, and put on the new man, who, according to God, is created in justice and holiness of truth. Wherefore, putting, away lying, speak ye the truth every man with his neighbor, for we are members one of another. Be angry, and sin not. Let not the sun go clown upon your anger. Give not place to the Devil. He that stole, let him now steal no more; but rather let him labor, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have something to give to him that suffereth need. EXPLANATION--St. Paul admonishes the Ephesians to lay aside the old man, like a worn out garment, and put on the new man, that is, to renew their internal and external life. This renewal according to his teaching takes place, when we by a true repentance put away our vices, shun all lies, anger, injustice, etc., and adorn our soul with virtues, and zealously seek after Christian justice and perfection. We have, perhaps, already sought to change our manner of living, for which a jubilee or some other particular solemnity of the Church gave us occasion, and at that time, perhaps, purified our soul by a general confession, making the firm resolution to live for God, and work out our salvation, we appeared converted, and to have become other men, but how long did this conversion last? Ah, how soon did we fall back into the old, sinful ways. And why? Because we lived in too great, deceitful security. We thought everything accomplished by the general confession; we were satisfied, and omitted to employ the means of remaining in the state of grace. We did not thank God for the grace of conversion; we did not ask Him for the grace of perseverance; we frequented evil company, and did not avoid dangerous occasions; we indulged in idleness and pleasures as before. How can it appear strange, if such a conversion is fruitless? Ah, we should remain in wholesome fear even after the remission of our sins (Ecclus. 5:5). Even if we could say that we have done everything, nevertheless we cannot be certain, whether we be worthy of hatred or love (Ecclus. 9:1). We should, therefore, work out our salvation according to the advice of St. Paul (Philipp. 2:12) in fear and trembling, and thus not fall into the old life of sin, losing the hope of a new conversion, for he who perseveres to the end will be saved (St. Matt 10:22; 24:13). GOSPEL (Matt. XXII. 1-14.) At that time, Jesus spoke to the chief priests and the Pharisees in parables, saying: The kingdom of Heaven is likened to a king, who made a marriage for his son. And he sent his servants, to call them that were invited to the marriage, and they would not come. Again he sent other servants, saying: Tell them that were invited, Behold I have prepared my dinner; my beeves and fatlings are killed, and all things are ready; come ye to the marriage. But they neglected, and went their ways, one to his farm, and another to his merchandise: and the rest laid hands on his servants, and having treated them contumeliously, put them to death. But when the king had heard of it, he was angry; and sending his armies, he destroyed those murderers, and burnt their city. Then he saith to his servants: The marriage

indeed is ready; but they, that were invited were not worthy. Go ye therefore into the highways, and as many as you shall find, call to the marriage. And his servants going forth into the ways, gathered together, all that they found, both bad and good; and the marriage was filled with guests. And the king went in to see the guests; and he saw there a man who had not on a wedding garment: and he saith to him: Friend, how camest thou in hither, not having on a wedding garment? But he was silent. Then the king said to the waiters: Bind his hands and feet, and cast him into the exterior darkness; there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth. For many are called, but few are chosen. EXPLANATION--In this parable the king is our Heavenly Father who has espoused His only-begotten Son to the Church, and on this occasion prepares the most sumptuous marriage feast by giving the evangelical doctrine, the holy Sacraments, and the heavenly joys. The servants sent to invite the guests are the prophets, apostles and disciples of Christ. Those invited are the Jews, who despised the honor and grace of the divine King, destined for them, abused and killed His servants, and were, therefore, cast aside; and with their city Jerusalem, destroyed by the armies of their enemies, as a just punishment. In their stead, the heathens and all those nations were called, who were on the broad road to destruction, and who now occupy the places of the unfortunate Jews at the marriage feast of the Church, and shall also occupy them in Heaven. In the Jews to whom Christ addressed this parable, is verified that many of them, nay, all are called, but few chosen, because they would not heed the invitation of the God made man, Who preached the good news and left His Church fulfilling Gods promise of redemption to Adam and Eve, so they might attain salvation.

When going North on Sawmill, left hand turns are not possible past Village Parkway, so the best route is turn left onto Village Parkway and then turn onto Dublin Center Drive, and go North to the shopping center. Mapquest-type programs on the web are not good at finding us.

Dublin Village Shopping Center

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This holy Archangel identified himself to the exiled Jew Tobias as one of the Seven who stand before God (Tob. 12:15). His name means the healing of God, and he is thought to be the Angel who came down and agitated the water of the pool of Bethsaida in Jerusalem. The sick, who always lay around the pool, strove to be the first to enter the water afterwards, because that fortunate one was always cured. We read of this in the story of the paralytic cured by Jesus, who had waited patiently for thirty-eight years, unable to move when the occasion presented itself (Cf. John 5:1-9). Saint Raphael is best known through the beautiful history of the two Tobiases, father and son, exiled to Persia in the days of the Assyrian conquest in the eighth century before Christ. The father Tobias was a faithful son of Jacob and was old and worn out by his manifold good works; for many years he had assisted his fellow exiles in every possible way, even burying the slain of Israel during a persecution by Sennacherib, and continuing this practice despite the wrath that king manifested towards him. Having been stripped of all his possessions, he desired to have his son recover a substantial sum of money he had once lent to a member of his family in a distant city. He needed a companion for the young Tobias. God provided that guide in the Archangel Raphael, whom the son met providentially one day, in the person of a stranger from the very area where he was to go, in the country of the Medes. Raphael to all appearances was a young man like himself, who said his name was Azarias (Assistance of God). Everything went well, as proposed; the young Tobias recovered the sum and then was married to the virtuous daughter of another relative. All aspects of this journey had been thorny with difficulties, but the wise guide had found a way to overcome all of them. When a huge fish threatened to devour Tobias, camped on the shores of the Tigris, the guide told him how to remove it from the water, and the fish expired at his feet; then remedies and provisions were derived from this creature by the directives of Azarias. When the Angel led Tobias for lodging in the city of Rages, to the house of his kinsman Raguel, father of the beautiful Sara, the young man learned that seven proposed husbands had died on the very day of the planned marriage. The Angel reassured him that this would not be his own fate, and told him to pray with his future spouse for three nights. During the absence of the young Tobias, his father had become blind when the droppings of a pigeon had fallen into his eyes. When the two travelers returned after an extended absence, which had cost his mother many tears, the young Tobias was deeply grieved to find his father unable to see him and his new daughter-in-law. But Raphael told the son how to cure his fathers blindness by means of the gall of the fish; and after curing his father, all of them rejoiced time in their blessings. When Tobias the son narrated his story and told his father that all their benefits had come to them through this stranger, both father and son wished to give Azarias half of the inheritance. Raphael declined and revealed his identity, saying he was sent to assist the family of the man who had never failed to obey and honor the blessed God of Israel. Raphael, before he disappeared, said to the family: It is honorable to reveal and confess the works of God. Prayer is good, with fasting and alms, more than to lay up treasures, for alms deliver from death and purge away sins, and cause the giver to find mercy and life everlasting... When thou didst pray with tears and didst bury the dead, and didst leave thy dinner to hide the dead by day in thy house, and bury them by night, I offered thy prayer to the Lord. And because thou wast acceptable to God, it was necessary that trials prove thee... I am the Angel Raphael, one of the seven who stand before the Lord.
Source: The Holy Bible: Old and New Testaments