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S AINT C HARLES B ORROMEO C ATHOLIC C HURCH

4001 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804 407.293.9556 www.stcharlesorlando.org FAX 407.293.9213

Making Disciples One By One

TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME OCTOBER 16, 2011


(Jesus) said to them, Then repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.
(Matthew 22:21bc )

MASSES Saturday Saturday Vigil urda 5:00 pm Sunday 7:30, 9:00, 11:00 am and 12:45 pm (Spanish) MondayMonday-Friday 9:00 am

MISSION STATEMENT We, the members of St. Charles Borromeo Church, are committed to responding to Gods call to become one body in Christ, through the celebration of the sacraments, education, faith formation and community outreach. We embrace the commandments of loving God and neighbor in our love, fellowship, and support for all Gods people.

Painting: Peter Paul Rubens TheTribute Money, c. 1612

SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO CATHOLIC CHURCH MASSES: Saturday Vigil 5:00 pm


Sunday 7:30, 9:00, 11:00 am and 12:45 pm (Spanish) Monday DAILY MASS: MondayFriday 9 am 9:30 CONFESSIONS: Friday 9:3010:00 am; 3:45 Saturday 3:454:45 pm; month 1st Sunday of month12:30 pm

ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Caesar, did you create the stars, hurl them to the reaches of the universe; did you issue rules that keep the planets in place?

ADORATION OF BLESSED SACRAMENT:


am Noon Fridays 9:30 am12 Noon Monday7:45 ROSARY: Monday-Friday 7:458:45 am

REFLECTING THROUGH THE WEEK


I thwart the establishment of Gods kingdom when I I advance Gods kingdom when I I act with the integrity of Jesus in civil life by in church life by What and who help me give to God what belongs to God are
from Living Liturgy 2011

Can you make blood course through our veins? Or craft an otter or a moonflower? Then keep your coins. They cant buy what we need. God, It is your face we see in our world, our very selves, our breath and love. We owe every single thing to you. Claim it all. Claim us. Please take us as your own.
http://liturgy.slu.edu/

READINGS FOR THE WEEK


Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday Friday: Saturday: Sunday: Rom 4:20-25; Lk 12:13-21 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Lk 10:1-9 Rom 6:12-18; Lk 12:39-48 Rom 6:19-23; Lk 12:49-53 Rom 7:18-25a; Lk 12:54-59 Rom 8:1-11; Lk 13:1-9 Ex 22:20-26; 1 Thes 1:5c-10 Mt 22:34-40

SAINTS FOR THE WEEK


Monday: Ignatius of Antioch, bishop, martyr Tuesday: LUKE, EVANGELIST Wednesday: John de Brbeuf and Isaac Jogues, priests, martyrs and their companions, martyrs (USA) Thursday: Paul of he Cross, priest (USA)

BROTHERS KEEPER WISH LIST BLESSINGS


ON
NEEDED: Cereal Hamburger Helper Shaving Cream Mother Hubbards Cupboard Is almost bare!
Place items in the large basket in the baptistery. THANK YOU !

David Miranda and Hetal Shaw


May you grow together in the LOVE of CHRIST

PRAY THE ROSARY WITH US


Monday through Friday throughout the year, a group gathers in church from 7:45 to 8:45 am to pray the rosary for many intentions. They pray all four sets of mysteries. You are always invited to join thembut most especially during the month of Octoberthe month of the Rosary. Feel free to come in at any time during the hour.

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TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

October 16, 2011

MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday, October 15 5:00 pm Catherine and John Kelly Sunday, October 16 7:30 am Terry Hopper 9:00 am St. Charles Parishioners 11:00 am Alejandro Kaufman 12:45 pm Monday, October 17 9:00 am Anthony Ruggiero Tuesday, October 18 9:00 am John Ho Wednesday, October 19 9:00 am Andy Lehrer 7:00 pm Fabiola Sabbat and Rolder Zeplin Thursday, October 20 9:00 am James Cragan Friday, October 21 9:00 am Gerald and Darleen DeLany 61st Wedding Anniversary Saturday, October 22 5:00 pm Bill Demetree Sunday, October 23 7:30 am Sophia Marie Myers 9:00 am MaryAnna Kruskamp 11:00 am St. Charles Parishioners 12:45 pm

FROM OUR PASTOR


You will be reading this on the weekend of our Fall Festival which always runs on Friday evening and all day Saturday but which this year has been two or three weeks earlier than usual - in mid-October rather than early November. I have to write this article some time in advance so I dont know, as you will, how things have gone; but my special prayer at the moment is that we will have good weather - preferably without rain and not too blisteringly hot. The Festival is an effort of the whole community, involving huge numbers of volunteers in planning, setting-up, running booths and serving food, and then restoring everything to normality. I want to say a special word of thanks to Mary Ann Sipp, the Festival Chair, to Jonathan Toole, our staff liaison, and to the wonderful people on the committee. Amazingly they put this entire event together in less than three months and the process works like a welloiled machine because people are so willing to give of their time and talents. In many ways these days of the Festival are an image of what a parish community should be like all the year, with people working together and using their varied skills to achieve an end which is greater than any of us. One of the great strengths of the American Church is its lay leadership. In some countries of Europe every tiny decision in a parish had to be approved by the parish priest. Here in America lay Catholics have not been afraid to take responsibility for the growth of the church: from German immigrant farmers establishing Catholic communities across the Midwest in the nineteenth century to Tom Monaghan building a Catholic University in South Florida in the twenty-first. Their sense of initiative does not mean that they are disrespectful of the hierarchy (as Vatican officials feared at one time). Not at all: they are people of real faith who value the sacraments and the tradition of the Church; and they have grasped the truth that Christ has entrusted a mission to every member of the People of God. The Second Vatican Council noted: Pastors know how much the laity contribute to the welfare of the entire Church. Pastors also know that they themselves were not meant by Christ to shoulder alone the entire saving mission of Christ toward the world (Lumen Gentium s. 30). The Fall Festival is a celebration of the contributions which so many of you make to the parish throughout the year. If our parish is strong, it is not because of the priests - we come and go - but rather because of the steady commitment of you lay people, often over many years. It is our privilege to serve you.

PARISH EVENTS FALL FESTIVAL SATURDAY 11AM-10PM


Saturday, October 15 6:00 pm RCIA (after Mass) (PLR) Sunday, October 16 6:00 pm M.O.M.S. Session #4 (CR) Wednesday, October 19 2:00 pm Childrens Choir Rehearsal (C) 6:30 pm Wed Faith Formation (BGH, SC) 6:30 pm Choir Rehearsal (CR) Thursday, October 20 6:30 pm First Reconciliation Prep #3 (C, BGH, SC) Friday, October 21 9:30 am Adoration until Noon (C) 8:00 pm BLD (UR) Saturday, October 22 7:00 pm M.O.M.S. (CR) 6:00 pm RCIA (after Mass) (PLR) 6:00 pm JAM (UR) Sunday, October 23 6:00 pm M.O.M.S. Session #5 (CR) 6:00 pm High School Youth Group (BGH)
(C) Church (CR) Community Room (SH) Social Hall (SC) School Classroom (UR) Upper Room (BGH) Bishop Grady Hall (PLR) Parish Living Room

Thank you

to all those who have given of themselves so generously in these days of the Fall Festival. If you are new to the parish and this experience has given you a first taste of ministry, contact our Ministry Coordinator, Earlene Mohr, to see how you could serve in other ways. Opportunities are never lacking. God bless you all.

SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO CATHOLIC CHURCH


Fr. Augustine Clark, Parochial Administrator Administrator Father lvaro Jimnez P Deacon Paul Volkerson A R Deacon Jos Naveo I Deacon Grzegorz Podolowski S Sr. Marie Skebe, OP, Faith Formation H Finance Mr. Jonathan Toole, Operations and Finance Mr. Hugh Bowen, Music Director S T Mrs. Earlene Mohr, Ministries Coordinator A Mrs. Debby Gallagher, Receptionist F Mr. Angel Rivera, Maintenance F Mrs. Dorothy Parker, Facilities Mr. Raul Garcia, Facilities

ORLANDO, FLORIDA

HOW DO I BECOME A CATHOLIC?


Are you interested in learning more

about the Catholic faith? Would you like to become a Catholic? Do you know someone who may be interested?
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) is a process of conversion and initiation in the Catholic Church as adults (anyone seven years of age or older) journey together in faith and share experiences while discerning Gods call. If interested in participating, please call the office. We will be happy to assist you on your journey.

OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday, 7:30 am-3:30 pm MARRIAGE PREPARATION: Please contact the Church Office to schedule a meeting with Father Augustine. You need to allow six months for the preparation process and it would help us if you obtain new baptismal certificates before the meeting. We can also help with the convalidation (blessing) of a civil marriage and sometimes with the annulment of a previous marriage, as long as the civil divorce is complete.

DO YOU HAVE A CHILD, SEVEN YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER, WHO HAS NOT YET BEEN BAPTIZED CATHOLIC?
Once a child reaches the age of reason (seven), the child is brought into the Church just as an adult isthrough the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. Following this process of preparation which lasts about a year, the child is fully initiated into the Church at the Easter Vigil through the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and First Communion. In order to have a child baptized Catholic, at least one parent must be Catholic. If you are considering having your childage 7 or olderbecome Catholic, or if you have any questions, please contact Sister Marie at the parish office, 407.293.9556 ext. 121.

BAPTISM PREPARATION is offered to parents and


godparents and is required prior to scheduling a baptism. Please register for the class by calling Deacon Paul Volkerson at the Parish Office (407.293.9556 extension 110). Classes take place on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm.

COME, HOLY SPIRIT,


FILL THE HEARTS OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE

Next Class: November 8 CLASES PARA LA PREPARACIN DE BAUTIZOS Para clases de preparacin para Bautismo, en espanol, comunicarse directamente con el Padre Alvaro despues de la Misa del Domingo. Brothers Keeper Resale Store
4353 Edgewater Drive, Suite 800, Orl, 32804 Mrs. Barbara Acosta, Manager 407.849.0735 am M-F, 9:30 am4:00 pm (Wed til 6) am 2nd and 3rd Saturdays of the month, 10 am2 pm am pm Food Pantry ~ MF, 9:30 am12:30 pm

Please continue to pray for those who will complete their Christian initiation through CONFIRMATION Friday, November 4, 2011

We continue to prepare children for their First Reconciliation (Confession) and First Communion.

6:30JOIN US this Thursday, 6:30-8 pm in church for Session 3 Penance: We Show Our Great Love for You Mr. Darryl Dziedzic
We begin with a Liturgy of the Word -a prayerful reflection leading us into special talks for the adults and separate sessions for our children. This is an opportunity for anyone who has been away from the sacrament for a time to get to know more about it. It is an opportunity for all of us to deepen our appreciation of this Sacrament of Gods mercy. It is an opportunity to pray with and for our young people and witness to them the value of this sacrament.

Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic School


4005 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804 Dr. Pamela Bernards, Principal 407.293.7691 Visit our website at www.stcharles-orlando.org

Morning Star School


954 Leigh Avenue, Orlando, FL 32804 Dr. Kathryn Harding, Principal 407.295.3077

TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

October 16, 2011

ST. CHARLES 50-PLUS CLUB FALL LUNCHEON


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18 - 11:30AM OLIVE GARDEN17-92
(ACROSS FROM WINTER PARK VILLAGE) HOPE YOU HAD A NICE SUMMER
AND TOOK TIME FOR VACATION AND REST.

COME JOIN US FOR FELLOWSHIP AND FUN. BRING A FRIEND!


FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL

MARY ANNE JONES 407-295-2453 RITA HENRY 407-293-4181

OR

One Sunday for the Whole World


Next Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls every Catholic in the world to celebrate our vocation to be missionary. Its World Mission Sunday! As Catholics around the world here at home and in the Missions gather at the Eucharist around the table of the Lord, we are to pray for the Churchs worldwide missionary work. We pray for those awaiting the Good News of our Lords great love for us and for the missionaries who offer the poor and suffering the light of Christ. And we are to offer financial help through the Society for the Propagation of the Faith for more than 1,150 dioceses in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Pacific Islands.

JMJ Life Center needs YOUR help . help.


Now that the kids are in school, are you feeling a little lonely? Would you like to put your time to use doing Gods work helping us save babies and mothers? The JMJ Life Center at 1400 W. Colonial Drive needs volunteers to staff this location. The hours available are M-F 10 am-2 pm., plenty of time to get the kids off to school and be back when they arrive home. No experience required, training is provided.

Un Domingo para el Mundo Entero


El prximo domingo, el Papa Benedict XVI hace un llamado a todos los catlicos en el mundo a celebrar nuestra vocacin como misioneros. Es el Domingo Mundial de las Misiones! Cuando los catlicos alrededor del mundo, aqu en este pas y en las Misiones, nos reunimos durante la Eucarista alrededor de la mesa del Seor, hemos de orar por la labor misionera mundial de la Iglesia. Oramos por aquellos que esperan la Buena Nueva del gran amor que nuestro Seor tiene por nosotros y por los misioneros que ofrecen la luz de Cristo a los pobres y a los oprimidos. Tambin hemos de ofrecer ayuda econmica a travs de la Sociedad para la Propagacin de la Fe, la cual llega a ms de 1,150 dicesis en Asia, frica, Amrica Latina y las Islas del Pacfico.

Opportunities exist for:


Advisors, new mother mentoring, Internet/tel (solicit supplies), telephone/texting hot-line from home, data entry, pick-up/deliver (donations), sorting supplies, washing donated clothing, fundraising, speaking at church/community meetings and more. Some of the positions can be done from home on your schedule, as little as one hour per week.

Listen closely with your heart. Is God calling you to help us save innocent lives?
Please put your faith into action. Call 407-839-0620 today and give hope to those faced with an unplanned pregnancy.

SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO CATHOLIC CHURCH

ORLANDO, FLORIDA

CCW members will come together Sunday, October 23 at the 9:00 am Mass to celebrate National Council of Catholic Women Sunday. We invite all women of the parish to join us in prayer and thanksgiving for the wonderful blessings God has bestowed on our council.

Bishop John Noonan invites you to the third annual diocesan-wide Marian Congress.

October 21 and 22
Theme: The Role of Mary in Our Faith The Marian Congress will nurture our faith and highlight the important role of our Blessed Mother in salvation history. Bishop John Noonan The Congress will begin Friday, October 21, at the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary Queen of the Universe in Orlando, with an opening liturgy. There will be a multicultural procession and rosary at 6:30 pm and Mass at 7:30 pm celebrated by Bishop John Noonan. 22, On October 22 the Marian Congress will continue at Holy Redeemer Parish in Kissimmee with a day of presentations in both English and Spanish, a musical tribute to the Blessed Mother and prayer. There will be two Keynote Addresses: "Mary in the Scriptures" and "Mary in the Life of the Church for the 3rd Millennium." All the information you need to plan your participation and register is found at www.orlandodiocese.org/mariancongress.

HOLY LAND GIFTS OLIVE WOOD CARVINGS


for sale after Masses
Saida and George Rashmawi, volunteers from the Roman Catholic Church in Bethlehem in the Holy Land, are visiting our parish the weekend of 22October 22-23. They will speak to us about the Christian struggle in the Holy Land. They also have some beautiful Olive Wood carvings which are handmade by the Christian people in that area. This is a Church mission to maintain the existence of the Catholic people in the Holy Land. Catholics used to be the majority in that land but the percentage has now dropped to less than 1.5%. Please take time to look at the carvings, make a purchase and help this worthy cause.

CONGRESO MARIANO DE LA DICESIS DE ORLANDO ENFATIZAR EL ROL DE MARA EN NUESTRA FE


El Obispo John Noonan te invita a participar en el tercer Congreso Mariano Diocesano el 21-22 de octubre. El tema de este ao ser El rol de Mara en nuestra fe. El Congreso Mariano nutrir nuestra fe y enfatizar la importancia del rol de la Santsima Madre en la historia de la Salvacin. Monseor John Noonan. El Congreso comenzar el viernes 21 de octubre en la Baslica Santuario Nacional Mara Reina del Universo en Orlando, con una liturgia de apertura. Habr una procesin multicultural y rosario a las 6:30pm y la Misa a las 7:30pm celebrada por Monseor John Noonan. El sbado 22 de octubre el Congreso Mariano continuar en la Parroquia Holy Redeemer en Kissimmee con un da de presentaciones en ingls y en espaol, un tributo musical a Nuestra Santsima Madre y oracin. Habrn dos presentaciones principales: Mara en las Escrituras y Mara en la vida de la Iglesia en el Tercer Milenio.

HELP BRING HEALING AND WHOLENESS TO OTHERS: MEDICAL MISSIONERS NEEDED


Have you ever considered going on a Mission trip? Here's your chance. The Mission Office of the Diocese of Orlando needs...SURGICAL NURSES, RECOVERY ROOM NURSES, SURGICAL TECHS, TRANSLATORS AND BEHIND THE SCENES SUPPORT PEOPLE...for our Medical and Surgical Missions in our Sister Diocese, San Juan de La Maguana, in the Dominican Republic. The dates of our Medical and Surgical Missions are November 5 - 12, 2011 and

WEEKEND GET AWAY


Render unto Caesar what is Caesars, and to God what is Gods. Have we worked to make our marriage of God, or is it of worldly things? Come and learn how to bring God into your marriage. The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend is November 4-6, 2011. Early registration is highly recommended. For more information and to register visit our website at: www.wwme.org or contact Walt and Marilyn Young at 407-489-3754 or Myoung1004@aol.com

November 12 - 19, 2011.


Please contact the Mission Office for additional information, 407-246-4890 or visit our website at: www.orlandodiocese.org/en/mission-home.

Dare to make a difference!

TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

October 16, 2011

PRAYING FOR ALL IN HARMS WAY


Eddie Dawson ~ Samuel Padilla Paul Perez ~ Dakota Grant Diaz Roberto Rodriguez ~ Patrick Holt Brian E Garrett ~ Bridgett Lyons Ruben A. Lebron ~ Jared deFoor Sam Fernandez ~ Zachary Graham AJ Sipp ~ Melanie Hooper Casey Desormier ~ Fabio A. Perez Jeffrey Zeller ~ Jonathan Volkerson Michael Palmere ~ Julian McGee
Do you have a family member serving in the military at this time? Please call the office, 407-293-9556 or e-mail srmarie@cfl.rr.com Ability to read music not required. Contact Hugh Bowen 407-293-9556 x 103 hwbowen@cfl.rr.com

STEWARDSHIP SACRIFICIAL GIVING ALL SOULS ENVELOPES


November, beginning with the feasts of All Saints and All Souls is called the Souls, month of the dead. Its the month when we make a special effort to remember those who have gone before us marked with the sign of faith, particularly our family members, friends and benefactors. We give thanks for them and pray for them. If you get envelopes you will find an All Souls envelope among them. If you dont, you will find spare All Souls envelopes at the back of the church. Write the names of the departed loved ones you wish to be remembered at Mass and, if you are able, make an offering. We will keep all those envelopes close to the altar through the whole month of November and remember them at every Mass. May their souls, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God rest in peace. Sunday, October 10, 2011 Envelopes: ............................... 352 TOTAL ....................... $9,973.48 Parish Tithe...................... $997.35 BMCHS ........................... $25.00 Bishop Grady Villas ........... $81.01 St. Charles School ............. $91.00 Seminarians ...................... $10.00 World Missions ............... $200.00

SAVE THE DATE PARISH MISSION


with Rev. Daniel Francis, C.Ss.R.

COMING JANUARY 15-18 15Soon after Christmas! Mark your calendar now. You wont want to miss this!