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Spirit of
the Living God
Fall afresh
upon us.
Spirit of
the Living God
Fall afresh
upon us.
Melt us,
Mold us,
Fill us,
Use us,
Spirit of
the Living God
Fall afresh
upon us.
TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
OCTOBER 12, 2014
10851 Ridge Road • Seminole, FL 33778
727-397-3312 • Fax 727-392-6653
Website: www.stjustinmartyr.net
For emergencies only 1-800-832-8687
OFFICE HOURS:
Mon - Fri
9am - 3 pm
THE 7 SACRAMENTS:
BAPTISM: For Adults & Infants contact Laura Rivera ext.
302 prior to making arrangements by at least 6 months.
CONFIRMATION: Teens and Adults:
Contact Laura Rivera ext. 302
EUCHARIST:
Daily 8:30 a.m. (M-F)
Sat.: Vigil 4 pm;
Sun.: 8:45am & 10:45am
Holy Days: See Bulletin
MISSA EM PORTUGUES: Fr. JosГ© Furtado
Todos os Domingos as 7:00 PM
Informacoes: 727-538-8953
MARRIAGE:
Contact Laura Rivera ext. 302 prior to
making arrangements by at least 6 months.
HOLY ORDERS:
Fr. Carl Melchior 727-345-3452
[email protected]
RECONCILIATION: Saturdays 2:30 - 3:30 pm or by
appointment (ext. 310)
ANOINTING OF THE SICK:
Prior to surgery, advanced in age,
seriously ill (ext. 307)
For Emergencies 1-800-832-8687
OUR VISION : Where we as a Parish are headed
We the Parish Family of St. Justin, Martyr, are
committed to and passionate about: the Celebration
of the Eucharist and prayers, being a community of
disciples, the teachings of Jesus Christ and His
Church, caring for one another and the proclaiming
of the Gospel to the four corners of the earth.
В В OUR 5 PURPOSES:
В Director of INVITE/Evangelization:В В Director of CONNECT/Membership:
Director of PRAY/Worship:
Director of STUDY/Growth:
Director of SERVE/Ministry:
Bob Metz
Judy Miller
Joe Fernandez
Laura Rivera
Marie Chisari
ext. 311
ext. 303
ext. 316
ext. 302
ext. 307
COMPANION COMPONENTS
Director Sacramental Formation for all 7 Sacraments:
Laura Rivera ext. 302
Director Life Foundations:
The 5 Purposes for Children, Youth and Young Adults
Laura Rivera ext. 302
Administrative Services:
Director & Business Manager:
Office Manager:
Parish Secretary:
Administrative:
Facilities Assistant:
Facilities Assistant (Interim):
Clergy:
Parochial Administrator:
Assisting Priests:
Deacon:
Councils:
Pastoral Council:
Financial Council:
Brian Hug
Janice Dooly
Janet Flanagan
Sharon McNulty
Joe Pisani
Bill Slatic
ext. 338
ext. 310
ext. 306
ext. 301
Fr. Joe Musco
Fr. Dick Cahill
(Year round)
Fr. JosГ© Furtado
(Year round)
Fr. Bernie Mac Adam (Seasonal)
Rev. Mr. Winston Mc Donald
Nicole Caringal, Chair
Mark Hammer, Chair
Call to Worship 12 Min. before Sat & Sun Masses
First Fruits
MASS INTENTIONS
Mon
10/13
Tue
10/14
Wed
10/15
Thu
10/16
Fri
10/17
Sat
10/18
Sun
10/19
What We Can Do Depends on You
October 05, 2014
Time, Talent and Treasure
8:30 am
Jim Nation
Fr. Joe
8:30 am
Patricia Ann Garruba †Fr. Dick
8:30 am
Fr. Joe
In gratitude for God’s gifts of time & talent to our
parish, we gratefully acknowledge and salute our
8:30 am
Vocations & the San JosГ©
& St. Justin, Martyr
Alliance of Cooperation
Salvatore Scanil †Fr. Joe
They perform a very valuable ministry for our
Parish Family. Please keep them in your prayers.
8:30 am
Lazarus Mass
Fr. Bernie
4:00 pm
Living & Deceased
Fr. Dick
Parishioners & Benefactors Asst. by
of St. Justin, Martyr & San Deacon
JosГ© Parish, Honduras
Winston
Peggy Mister †Fr. Bernie
8:45 am
10:45 am
Fred Bushong †Duty Ministers
Fr. Bernie
The Sanctuary Lamp is burning
In Memory of Ernest Sr. & Theresa Radicchi
Prayers and Special Intentions
Please pray for the healing of the sick and
the consolation of the afflicted, especially:
Lorraine Madormo Martha Madormo
George Bessler, Sr. Lynn Rasmussen
Val Paradis
Joe Pisani
Albert Andrion
Gabriel Salamanca
Norm Kanoski
Geri Floreau
Helene Goergen
Ray Kolka
Dorothy Flesch
Ella Gunst
Sally Maurer
Kaiwa Miller
Eleanor McKiernan Frank Vainis
William Powers
A PRAYER TO AVERT STORMS & HURRICANES
Father, all the elements of nature obey your command.
Calm the storms and hurricanes that
threaten us and turn our fear of your
power into praise of your goodness. Grant
this through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your
Son, who lives and reigns with you and the
Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever.
Amen
Attendance and Collections
Members, Attendees, Visitors & Seekers
September 21 September 28 October 05
4:00 pm
163
175
178
8:45 am
251
231
229
10:45 am
160
191
197
Total:
574
597
604
Treasure October 05, 2014
First Fruits Envelopes
224
$7,011.00
Life Foundations Envelopes
1
$3.00
Loose Checks & Cash
$1,681.00
E-Tithe
3
$876.14
Total Offering
$9,571.14
Parish APA Envelopes
9
$413.20
Outreach Alms Boxes
$182.20
Capital Improvement
$215.00
Forward in Faith Campaign
$3,463.33
2014 APA
Annual Pastoral Appeal
People Helping People
APA is giving “our First Fruits” to the Diocesan ministries &
office. So far we have over 245 families giving to APA either
directly to the Diocese or through our Parish envelope. Our
First Fruits goal for APA this year is $102,139.00 Our collections so far are $45,306.94 and we have pledged
$47,752.14.
Thank you for giving
“consistently and proportionately”.
Remember 50-40-10.
(10% of your tithing should go to APA)
Become a member of the Green Team! We are looking for
people to help us recycle some of our waste
products such as paper, cardboard and bottles/
cans. You would pick up these items from the
Church at least once a week and bring them to a
nearby recycling center. Your help in keeping
our corner of God’s green earth beautiful would
be environmentally responsible and the right
thing to do. Please contact Brian Hug at 727.397.3312 x338 to
get your name on the team roster.
ST. JUSTIN, MARTYR CHURCH
SEMINOLE, FLORIDA
OCTOBER 12, 2014
Invite/Evangelization
“Committed to and passionate about proclaiming the
Gospel to the four corners of the earth”
Director: Bob Metz, ext. 311
Email: [email protected]
SMALL CHRISTIAN
COMMUNITY - “TAKE THE TIME”!
The Small Christian Community Prayer
Breakfast was very successful, thanks to you.
Thanks to all those who came Saturday and
we hope you are inspired by the time spent. Our theme
for this gathering was “Take the Time.” “Take the Time”
is also our Advent theme this year for the seasonal SCCs.
We hope that Saturday inspires you to take the time to
do faith sharing this Advent season. It is a good time for
sharing with our St. Justin, Martyr community, to build
your prayer life and to prepare for the coming of the
Messiah. Thanks to Father Joe for attending and participating as our pastor and featured speaker.
www.stjustinmartyr.net
TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Connect / Membership
“Committed to and passionate about being a
community of disciples.”
Director: Judy Miller, ext. 303
Email: [email protected]
Parish Grounds
Sunday, October 26, 2014
2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Sign up at the
Information and Registration Kiosk
Those interested in joining one of our Advent seasonal
groups can register at the Narthex for the next three
weeks. Come join a Small Christian Community.
We ask for your continued prayers for the success of our
Advent seasonal sessions which will start the week of
November 24 and our permanent groups getting ready
to start their twelfth year of sharing. Contact Jim Boeggeman at 595-0546 or Bob Metz ext. 311 for more information or to join a new group. We are trying to form new
groups this fall.
CD Availability
Two CDs from “DYNAMIC CATHOLIC” are
available at the Kiosk for $2.00 each. Titles
are “The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic”
and “Our Lives Change When Our Habits Change”. Put
the money in an envelope and put it in the collection basket or give it to the attendant at the Welcome Center. There are also about ten CDs with different titles
from Lighthouse Catholic Media Book of The Month
Club available for the same price at the Kiosk.
There is a new “How to pray the Rosary” pamphlet at our
Kiosk. You may pick one up and use October to pray the
Rosary and get closer to Jesus through Mary and the rosary.
SAVE THE DATE
The Women’s Retreat will be held at the Hampton Inn on
East Bay Drive on January 30 and 31, 2015. Reserve
these dates on your calendar as this highly successful
event has been completely packed the last three years.
We provide the hamburgers, hot dogs
and soft drinks.
Bring a favorite dish to share
in a
DISPOSABLE CONTAINER
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Activities for all ages
• Games for children
• Games for teens
• Face Painting
Music and lots of food
Food Service
3:00 pm-5:00 pm
For further information, Contact:
Josephine Neveu, Social Committee Coordinator
397-3312 ext. 303
ST. JUSTIN, MARTYR CHURCH
SEMINOLE, FLORIDA
OCTOBER 12, 2014
Pray/Worship
“Committed to and passionate about
the celebration of the Eucharist & prayers”
Director: Joe Fernandez ext. 316
Email: [email protected]
Why would invited guests refuse to come to a wedding? Free
food and drink, music and dancing--what's not to like? By this
time, Jesus knew that many of the Jewish leaders would not
accept the invitation to follow him. As we know, after the Resurrection the disciples began to spread the good news not only
to other Jews, but to anyone who would listen.
One reason the leaders in
Israel did not accept Jesus
was his association with
sinners. They did not understand that God calls
sinners to repent and be
forgiven. Ordinary people,
who knew they were sinners, were attracted by
the offer of forgiveness.
Many of them repented
and came to be baptized.
As the parable says, they filled the banquet hall.
So what about the man in the parable who came in street
clothes? The wedding garment was a symbol of the baptismal
gown, the sign of new life in Christ. So this man symbolizes
those who "come to the feast" without repenting of their sins.
We can be like that man sometimes. We come to church, arguing with our spouse on the way. We bring our prejudices, lies,
anger, and selfishness--with no intention of doing anything
about them. We come with the attitude that says, "I'm here,
aren't I? That should be good enough." But it's not. By dying for
our sins, Jesus calls us to come back to God. So repentance is
not just a change of clothing, it is a change of heart. It is our
ticket to the banquet, our way of saying, "I know I don't deserve this, but thanks for letting me share the feast."
www.stjustinmartyr.net
TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SCRIPTURE PREVIEW
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 19, 2014
The selection from Isaiah has the prophet emphasizing the
oneness of the true God. There is no God beside Yahweh, neither in Israel or beyond. The only power behind Cyrus the King
and behind Jacob is Yahweh, who “is the Lord” for there is no
other.
The selection from First Thessalonians is no doubt from the
earliest authentic letter of St. Paul. After an extended greeting
of peace and thanksgiving, Paul states for the community that
the Gospel of Christ has come to them, not only in word, but in
power and in the Holy Spirit. This very formal greeting situates
the word of Paul in the context of the broader salvation history
and grounds the preaching of the Gospel by Paul as powerful
and bearing fruit in their midst.
The selection from Matthew’s Gospel this Sunday turns from
the parables to a second controversy, that of paying taxes. The
Pharisees resented paying taxes, while the Herodians may have
administered the system of taxation in Palestine. They sought
to trap Jesus. If he agrees that taxes should be paid, he will lose
the respect of the religious leaders (Pharisees), if he denies
that taxes should be paid, he would be subject to arrest as a
political revolutionary. Jesus moves the debate to another level
by challenging his opponents to be as observant “in paying
their debts to God as they are in paying their debts to the emperor.” His opponents’ hypocrisy is revealed as not really religious, and Jesus gains the moral high ground in eluding their
trap.
Weekly Readings: October 13 - October 19, 2014
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31- 5:1; Ps 113:1b-5a,
6-7; Lk 11:29-32
Tuesday:
Gal 5:1-6; Ps 119:41, 43-45, 47-48;
Lk 11:37-41
Wednesday: Gal 5:18-25; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 11:42-46
Thursday: Eph 1:1-10; Ps 98:1-6; Lk 11:47-54
Friday:
Eph 1:11-14; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 12-13;
Lk 12:1-7
Saturday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18;
Lk 10:1-9
Sunday:
Is 45:1, 4-6; Ps 96:1, 3-5, 7-10;
1 Thes 1:1-5b; Mt 22:15-21
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Serve /Ministry
“Committed to and passionate about the
teachings of Jesus Christ and His Church.”
“Committed to and passionate about
caring for one another.”
Director: Marie Chisari, ext. 307
Director: Bob Metz, ext. 311
Email: [email protected]
DISCIPLESHIP SEMINAR III will be held in two parts
on Tuesday, October 14, and October 21, 2014 at
6:00 pm beginning with a light supper being served
at 5:45 pm. In Discipleship Seminar III, we learn the importance of setting aside a prayer time to be done on a routine
basis. We also learn how to meditate and memorize scripture,
how it is important for all of us to be involved in church as we
work to become disciples of Christ here at St. Justin, Martyr
Parish. Registration continues this weekend for parishion-
ers who have completed Seminar I & II. Register by signing up in the registration book located at the kiosk in the
Narthex or call the office at 397-3312 ext. 311.
Scripture Study continues on Thursday,
October 16, at 7:00 pm in Fellowship Hall and
Sunday, October 19 at 10:15 am in the Faith
Formation Center. Using the Bible study series, Six Weeks with The Bible, the title we are studying is “Our Father”. This week we will look at Week 4
titled “Wipe Out Our Debts” . Registration continues
by attending the class of your choice. Books cost
$8.00. The Scripture readings related to this chapter
include Matthew 6; 18.
Each of us needs to encounter Scripture for ourselves,
but not by ourselves. Scripture was written to be understood and applied in a community of faith. It is a
way for young and old to connect with the scripture
and each other on our faith journey. Register now! If
some of you are interested in another day and time,
please let us know and we can always consider starting
another group.
DISCIPLESHIP SEMINARS
ANNIVERSARY
This year in October marks the
tenth anniversary of our parish
Discipleship Seminars. If you
participated in the first DS I on
October 30, 2004, I would like to
celebrate you. Please contact
me, Bob Metz at ext. 311.
Discipleship I
Attendee
October 30, 2004
COMING SEMINARS THROUGH 2014
Discipleship Seminar III, Part I - October 14, 2014 - 6:00 pm
Discipleship Seminar III, Part II - October 21, 2014 - 6:00 pm
Discipleship Seminar IV - November 8, 2014 - 8:30 am
LIBRARY: There are many good books in our
library. Please take a book and read it, returning it in a timely manner. If you would be
interested in helping us clean up some of the books not
taken out any more, please contact Bob Metz ext. 311 or
Laurie Oates for more information.
Email: [email protected]
SERVE PURPOSE
OUTREACH MINISTRY
Wish List for the Interfaith Food Pantry.
peanut butter
cereal
canned fruit
toilet paper
jelly
noodles
powdered milk
pasta
mashed potatoes
soup
pasta sauce
canned veggies
canned tuna
Please, if you are delivering perishables, bring it to the attention of an usher so that it may be refrigerated. The food is not
disbursed until Tuesday morning. Thank You!
PEANUT BUTTER BRIGADE
Welcome home snowbirds. Yes, St.
Justin, Martyr continues to make peanut
butter sandwiches and cut up carrots &
celery for the homeless on Monday evenings at 4:00 pm. No longer do these
unfortunate souls have to stand outdoors
to enjoy a hot meal. Peace Memorial Church allows the
T.H.O.R.N. Group the use of their facility for cooking and serving a hot meal. As you know, it’s a vast improvement from
standing in the parking lot trying to balance a dinner plate.
Please join us in Fellowship Hall on Monday afternoons at 4:00
pm to prepare the sandwiches and cookies. Only five volunteers were there to do all the work last Monday. We can really
use a few more helping hands. Thank You!
ST. JUSTIN, MARTYR CHURCH
SEMINOLE, FLORIDA
OCTOBER 12, 2014
Sacramental Formation
“Committed to and passionate about the Celebration
of the Eucharist and all the Sacraments.”
Laura Rivera, ext. 302 or [email protected]
www.stjustinmartyr.net
TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Life Foundations
“Being Jesus Centered & Purpose Driven
at every grade level”
Laura Rivera, ext. 302
[email protected]
Upcoming Events for Life Foundations
Baptism preparation: Baptism Prep
sessions take place by appointment.
Please contact the Director of Sacramental Preparation at least 3 months
prior to the Baptism. Baptisms take
place during the Mass on the 3rd
weekend of the month.
First Holy Communion and Confirmation sessions begin on Sunday, October 19, 2014. First Holy Communion
session will take place immediately
following the 8:45 am Mass in the
Faith Formation Center. Confirmation Prep session will be immediately
after the 10:45 am Mass in the Youth
Center. Please remember that 100%
attendance is required for Sacramental Preparation Sessions.
We continue our inquiry sessions so if you
are looking for a place
to belong, a community
with whom you can
share your questions
and beliefs, or perhaps
you’d like to find out a
bit more about the Catholic Church? Whether the
Catholic Church is totally new to you or whether you
have already had Catholic ties sometime in your life, you
would be most welcome among us! Together with others who are searching, you will share your questions, and
learn what the life of faith is all about. If you choose to
participate, you can be sure of affirmation and support
no matter what direction your life may take. If you would
like to know more, please contact Laura at ext. 302. We
have ongoing inquiry every second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the Faith Formation
Center.
October
10/14 - In Parish
10/21 - HN
10/26 - Parish Picnic
10/28 - In Parish
The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd room is
in need of Bibles written in different languages. If you have one that you can part
with, please consider donating to our Little
People’s Ministry. Thank you!
Gala News
You are cordially invited
to the 5th Annual Dinner and Auction Gala
on February 14, 2015
at the beautiful Marriott Grand Ballroom.
(Roosevelt Blvd.)
Cocktail hour includes free beer & wine
with hors d’oeuvres.
Dinner, music, dancing, silent and live auction
Price: $60 per person. Seats are very limited.
Ticket sales will begin first weekend in November.
We are currently accepting donations for live and
silent auction items and sponsorship packets will be
mailed out shortly.
October Events for Youth Ministry
10/17-SCC 6:30-8:00 - come out to our first official SCC
of the year. If you missed the open house that is ok.
Great night of food and fellowship.
10/25– Leadership Seminar for Core Members at Bethany Center. Thank you to the generous supporters of
the Gala for making this opportunity possible for the
youth.
10/26-The Youth House is being remodeled
again and we are inviting all parishioners
to come by during the picnic between
3:00 - 4:00 pm to check out the ghoulish changes.
10/30– Halloween Holy Night. Come out
for some ghoulish fun, pumpkin carving and,
of course, food. Wear your favorite Halloween accessory (hat, earrings, socks, etc.)
No masks that completely cover your face.
See you there!
St. JUSTIN, MARTYR
UPCOMING WEEKLY EVENTS
Administrative Services
“Committed to and passionate about supporting the
ministries, mission and facilities of St. Justin, Martyr Church.”
Director: Brian Hug, ext. 338
Email: [email protected]
Famous Thrift Shoppe
Open Year Round
Wednesdays and Saturdays
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Drop offs are Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Do Good. Feel Great. Donate!
Don’t forget, all donations are tax deductible.
Do you shop at Albertsons? If you
do, you can help St. Justin, Martyr
by using the Albertsons Key Tag.
Each time you shop and scan the key tag we earn a percentage
of that purchase. There is an Albertsons in Largo Mall as well
as on Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. in Clearwater. Call (727.397.3312 ext.
324) or come into the Church Office to get yours. Thank you!
LEWIS W. MOHN
Monday, October 13 Columbus Day
4:00 pm
Peanut Butter Brigade (FH)
6:30 pm
Forward in Faith Dioc. Campaign Reception (FH)
8:00 pm
Alanon (FFC)
Tuesday, October 14
5:45 pm
Discipleship Seminar III, Part I (DH)
6:30 pm
Life Foundations-In Parish (FFC, FH)
7:00 pm
Twinning Executive Meeting (PJPII)
Wednesday, October 15
9:00 am
Thrift Shoppe & 4 Corners
Liturgy Committee Meeting (AC, PJPII)
10:00 am
6:30 pm
Invite Planning Meeting (FFC)
7:00 pm
Music Ministry Practice (MC)
Thursday, October 16
11:00 am
Anointing Mass (MC)
7:00 pm
Scripture Study (FFC,FH)
Friday, October 17
8:30 am
Lazarus Mass (MC)
10:30 am
Mass at Sweet Water (OC) Anointing Mass
8:00 pm
Portuguese Speaking Prayer Meeting (FFC)
Saturday, October 18 Alms & Food Collection (WN)
9:00 am
Thrift Shoppe & 4 Corners
5:00 pm
4 Corners (Opens after Mass)
Sunday, October 19 Alms & Food Collection (WN)
8:30 am
LPM (LPM)
4 Corners (4 Corners is open after all Masses)
9:45 am
Sacramental Prep (FFC)
10:00 am
10:15 am
Scripture Study (FFC)
12:00 pm
Confirmation Prep (FFC)
7:00 pm
Portuguese Speaking Comm. Mass (MC)
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