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Saint Ann
Catholic Community
Photo by K. Palmer
17111 Jefferson Davis Highway
Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834
OCTOBER 12, 2014
Fr. Lou Ruoff, Pastor
THE TWENTY EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
PARISH PERSONNEL
Fr. Lou Ruoff, Pastor
Marie Ascenza, Part-time Choir Director and Music Minister
Kris Dagostino, Business Manager
Sr. Charlotte Lee, Pastoral Associate
Elise Chapman, Youth Minister
Dr. Pat Clement, D. Min., Director of Religious Education
Judy Hopkinson, Coordinator Elementary Christian Formation
Melissa Pakurar: Part-time Bookkeeper
Kathy Palmer, Administrative Assistant/Secretary
PASTORAL PARISH COUNCIL
Eric Ertzner, Chairperson; Karl Stafflinger, Vice Chairperson, Lesha
Berkel; Beverly Freed, George Minson, Robert Flores, Pat Ewen, Rachael
Watson, Tim Malone
PARISH FINANCE COUNCIL
MASS TIMES
WEEKEND EUCHARIST
Saturday, 5:00PM
Sunday, 8:30 & 11:15AM
WEEKDAY EUCHARIST
See schedule inside bulletin
RECONCILIATION/ PENANCE/CONFESSION
First Saturday each month 4:00 PM or by appointment
Parish Website: www.stanncc.com
SUPERVISED WEEKEND NURSERY
In the school building during Sunday morning Masses. Infant – 4yrs.
FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS
Please contact Fr. Lou first when making funeral arrangements (time,
etc.) rather than making these arrangements through the funeral home.
This allows Fr. Lou to be with the family during this difficult time of
decision making and can also cut down on the frustration of waiting
for arrangements to be verified through several parties.
Joseph Hearington, Chair; Craig Follo, Andrew Short, Frank Nause
NORMAL OFFICE HOURS
Monday -Friday
8:30am-4:00pm
E-MAIL ADDRESSES
Fr. Lou Ruoff, Pastor:
Sr. Charlotte Lee
Pat Clement:
Elise Chapman
Judy Hopkinson:
Kris Dagostino
Melissa Pakurar
Parish Email (Kathy Palmer):
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
PHONE NUMBERS
Fr. Lou Ruoff, Pastor (direct line)…
Parish Offices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Christian Formation Office . . . . . . .
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Education Building . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fr. Lou Cell # . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
451-9936
526-2548
526-2548
526-1922
526-2798
536-2905
MISSION OF OUR PARISH
God calls us to proclaim The Word
to celebrate our call
in the service of one another.
In our call of service
we accept the responsibility
to evangelize within our own community
and beyond…
to collaborate in the spirit of ecumenism.
As a sacramental people
we come together for Word and nourishment,
welcoming and celebrating new life
through Baptism,
Confirmation,
Eucharist.
We are a community that celebrates
God’s healing in the Sacraments of Reconciliation
and the Anointing of the sick,
and God’s love in the Sacrament of Marriage
and Ordination.
We recognize the dignity of each person,
striving to be a more just and peaceful society.
We recognize that stewardship is an integral part
of our Christian mission and will commit
ourselves to use resources in a wise manner.
Something to think about: When preparing your estate, please consider St. Ann, your parish family, in your will.
Your gift can help the parish continue Faith Community in the future.
FR. LOU’S REFLECTION
“An old concept of marriage
will do well in our time”
In our country, marriage isn’t what it used to be.
Oh sure, people flock to priests and ministers,
to rabbis and other clerics,
to justices of the peace
by the hundreds of thousands
and they are married,
both by God and
the state--but so often,
sadly, so often,
many of them are ill-suited for marriage,
causing far too many of them
to end in divorce court,
dissolving a relationship
that perhaps never really started in the first place.
When our Church talks about marriage,
it is on the basis of honor and fidelity,
of love and
a total commitment
that is life-lasting.
In the Supreme Court decision of last week,
rather, non-decision, which is a decision
granting marriage privileges
to people of the same sex,
creating a tension for society and our Church
that values the traditional
one woman,
one man
as instrumental and fundamental
as a family structure.
We believe that
a marriage based on the principle
of respect and honor
is manifested in its ability
to procreate children.
Our Church firmly believes that this was and is the
intention of God
in keeping the earth alive
with offspring.
The Church also sees the viability and
the mandate of a father and a mother
in rearing their offspring.
Though some misfortune may take
one or the other,
the ideal of a man and a woman
fits into the design
formed at the beginning of time.
Thus, for me and our Church,
it is sacred;
it is eternal;
it is natural;
it is God-centered.
copyright, 2014, Lou Ruoff
Pastoral Care
Please Keep in Prayer
Anna Marie Burgess, Nellie Jeannie Burgess, Heidi Gibson, Sylvia Hummel, Margaret Kimpel, John Mederios,
Jeff Swift, Crystal Walker
SAVE THE DATE— Women’s retreat, The Journey of Forgiveness, will be Saturday, October 25th. It will begin with a
light breakfast at 8:00am and will conclude at 4:00pm.
FLU SHOTS. IVNA will not be offering flu shots at St. Ann
this fall. Check with your health care provider or pharmacy
about receiving your flu shot. Parish Nursing has been
pleased to sponsor this activity in the past; we regret any inconvenience this may cause.
CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUP- Please join us on Wednesday October 22nd from 10-noon at Harrowgate park for
some socializing and playtime. Please contact Renee
Agius at [email protected] or 804 -894-0664 if you
have any questions
There will be a farewell reception
for Sr. Charlotte after all Masses
the weekend of October 25/26.
Please join us to say good-bye and
wish her well.
JOIN THE LIVING FAMILIES SUPPORT GROUP
Thursday, October 16; 9:00am—3:00pm
For a day of Healing & Hope. Dealing with the loss of a
loved one is difficult at any time, but the pain of loss is
often exacerbated around holiday time and special
events in our lives. So many memories of happier times
emerge and overwhelm us in sorrow. This workshop
attempts to address the many sides of grief, the impact
it has, and explore ways to live through the tough times.
We will listen, have the opportunity to share what has
been helpful, and what we find most challenging. We
will also partake in a prayerful ritual near the end of our
time together Sr. Kathy Persson is a Benedictine Sister
and licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has spent
many years working with those grieving the loss of
loved ones and has been nationally certified as a grief
counselor and is coauthor of Good Mourning. Please
join us for a day of Reflection to deal with our losses.
Lunch will be provided. There will be no charge for the
day, donations will be accepted. If you would like to
attend call Sr. Charlotte, 526-2548 or Jackie Hotz, 5263923 to register.
CHRISTIAN FORMATION
ELEMENTARY CHRISTIAN FORMATION: Sunday classes meet 9:45 – 11: 00 AM. Wednesday
classes meet 6:30 – 7:30 PM. Thank you for your
generous response to our call for catechists and
aides! We’re underway but it is not too late to register your children.
Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) is open
to all children ages 4 thru 2nd grade. No registration
required. Thank you to those who have come forward to minister to the children of St. Ann’s and
help lead them to Christ.
FIRST EUCHARIST-FIRST RECONCILIATION
SACRAMENTAL POLICY: Students 2nd grade and
older are invited to prepare for these sacraments.
Families should be participating in the sacramental
life of the church regularly and children need to
enroll in the parish Christian Formation program.
VIRTUS/ BACKGROUND CHECKS: All volunteers
over 18 who work with children must complete a
Background check and attend a VIRTUS session.
VIRTUS sessions in the area: Sun. Oct. 19 at 2:00
pm at St. Bridget’s in Richmond and Wed. Oct. 22
at 6:30 pm at Church of the Epiphany in Chesterfield County (near Monocan High School). Please
register in advance – there is a link to “VIRTUS
Registration” on the St. Ann website. Call Judy in
the CF office if you need help registering.
PATHWAYS: is the diocesan catechist formation
program; it is a one-day, instructor-led, interactive
program of prayer, learning and reflection for all
parish catechists of adults, youth and children. The
morning session is: the Vocation of the Catechist,
Creed, and Scripture and the afternoon session is
methodology for catechists of adults, youth or children. There will be a session at St. Ann’s on
Sat. Nov. 15 from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm. At the end
of the day you are certified. To register go to
http://tinyurl.com/pathwaystraining or call Judy
Hopkinson in the CF Office at 526-2548.
ADULT FAITH FORMATION FOR EVERYONE!
For more details, check our website, or contact Pat Clement at
the Parish Office
Upcoming Events!
Hope & Healing Workshop – Thurs Oct. 16th, 9a – 3p. Parish Hall
St. Ann Women’s Retreat – Sat. Oct 25th; Hall, all day. Regis. Required.
Pathways Catechist Certification – Sat. Nov. 15. Hall. Regis. Required.
Ongoing Events- Open to All
Sundays – “Catholicism” adult study group. Meets in chapel 1011am
Mondays
“Exploring the Sunday Readings” group. 10-11am
Meditation Group 6:30p in Chapel
Wednesdays – “Bread of Life” study group. 9:45-11:45am. Rm 6,
school
Thursdays
Women’s Spirituality group. 10-noon Rm 6, school
RCIA – 7-8:30pm Parish Hall
Faith-in-Motion (1st Thurs.) 7-8:30
Beyond St. Ann’s Walls…
Jerry Gallipeau – liturgy composer Oct 17-18th at Our Lady Mt.
Carmel
50 Yrs of Vatican II –Tue, Nov 11 7-9 nat’l speaker: Ed Hahnenberg, PhD. at St. Edward, Chesterfield. Free.
Cursillo Weekend Retreats:
Women’s Oct 9-12, 2014
Men’s Feb 19-22, 2015
Women’s May 28-31, 2015
Shalom House Weekend Retreats:
“Celtic Wisdom” Oct 31-Nov 2
A retreat with Pope Francis Nov 7 – 9
University of Dayton Online Learning 5-week quality adult Catholic classes https://vlc.udayton.edu/ $40 per class Oct 26th-Nov
27th: Session #7:
Images of Jesus (Christology)
Bible Basics
Intro to Prayer
dozens more available!
MARTHA MINISTRY—Fifteen years ago a small group of women met to expand the ministry of pastoral care in our
parish. One of the ministries that came from that meeting is the Martha Ministry which provides hospitality to families
and friends following funeral liturgy. Many of the initial Marthas were retired women in the community who were available for daytime funerals. In the 15 years these women have aged, many of them have passed on themselves or are
just getting tired of carrying this ministry. As a faith family, we cannot predict when the services of the Martha teams
will be needed or how many funerals we might experience in a year. The original ten teams have been condensed to
just five and three of those are in need of team leaders. Each team has historically been responsible for 2-4 funerals
in any given year. We ask you now to consider whether this is a ministry that is of value to our faith family. If it is,
what can you do to ensure its viability? The feedback from families who are recipients of this ministry is most appreciative and most positive, but without more help, it cannot continue. You are asked to pray for the future of this opportunity in our community. If through prayer you find yourself being called to serve as a team leader or a team member
please contact Sr. Charlotte at 526-2548 for more information.
Justice & Peace
OUR DAILY BREAD FOOD PANTRY Our shelves are still in great need of
help. We really need to all pull together to
solve this problem. Please think about us
while you are shopping and donate as
much as possible so we can continue to
serve our less fortunate. Shelves are still
low on cereal, macaroni & cheese, and spaghetti
sauce. Bath products are also very low, especially
shampoo and toilet paper. Thank you for serving the
Lord and One Another.
PARENTS -Please watch that your children do not put
rocks, leaves, etc. into the new fountain in the Memory
Garden. These objects will plug the pump and break it.
You should also know that chemicals are added to the
water to control the algae. Thank you.
Bulletin Deadlines
FOR WEEKEND
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
ANNOUNCE. DUE
INSERT DUE
Oct. 8
Oct. 15
Oct. 22
Oct. 29
Oct. 6
Oct. 13
Oct. 20
Oct. 27
Hall Rental Policy
New policies have recently been approved
regarding renting Condon Hall. The hall fee
is now $250, which includes a refundable
$50 clean-up deposit. This is in addition to
the special events coverage insurance of
$100 that is mandated by the Diocese of
Richmond. After the event, the hall will be
inspected and the deposit will be refunded if
all has been cleaned and left in acceptable
form. We can only allow one rental per
month, and all events must end by 10:00
p.m. For Saturday events, please be mindful
of our mass celebration. Music should remain off between 5:00 and 6:15 p.m. As always, the hall is available to rent by parishioners only. We appreciate your understanding with this new policy.
SECOND COLLECTIONS: JULY – DECEMBER 2014
World Missions
Feed the Poor
School Tax
Campaign Human Development
School Tax
October 19
November 2
November 9
November 23
December 7
Pass It On
PASS IT ON IS READY TO ROLL! This will be event
#13!! To date we have served over 7,000 children
THANKS TO YOUR HELP!! Please come out and help
us put on another successful event. Volunteer roles have
been broken into time slots for you to choose from. We
are grateful for all the time you give to PASS IT ON; if
you can't stay for a whole shift we understand. We just
ask that you sign up so we have a rough idea of how
many volunteers we have participating and the number of
hours it takes to put the event together. We need help to
pick the donations up and transport them to our storage
shed. Please consider assisting in this vital area, it only
takes a little time and provides clothes for LOTS of children in need! Please contact Linda Biles with questions
536-7909 or [email protected] The Pass It
On event will take place on November 8! SIGN UP AT:
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c45aae29a31-pass
ATTENTION ST. ANN PARISHIONERS, our next Pass It
On Event is coming up on Nov. 8th! This is a wonderful
outreach ministry that we offer here at St. Ann’s to serve
children in need in our surrounding community. We ask
for your help in two ways: 1)volunteer and/or 2)save up
your children’s outgrown clothes, shoes, coats, toys,
bikes, baby equipment, maternity items, books, videos
and anything child related. Donations can be dropped off
in Condon Hall on Wed. Nov. 5th- Fri. Nov. 7th. Donation
tax-receipts are available upon request. Volunteers are
needed 10am-8pm Wed. Nov. 5th through Fri. Nov. 7th to
help with setting up Condon Hall as a children’s store,
and then again Sat. Nov. 8th 7am-2pm during the event to
assist the families receiving the donations and help the
event to run smoothly. Please email
[email protected] with questions and look in Condon Hall beginning Oct. 24th for the volunteer sign up
sheets.
POSTER CONTEST— Parish Nursing is sponsoring a
poster contest for middle & high school students. The theme
will be about getting your flu vaccine. Use any medium you
wish (crayon, paint, etc.) on a white poster board (any size).
Please mark your first name & phone number on the back.
Bring your poster to the kitchen in Condon Hall before or
after Mass the weekends of Oct. 5 & 12. Contest closes
after the 11:15 Mass on October 12. No late entries accepted. A $25.00 gift card will be awarded to the first place
winner and the poster will be displayed in Condon Hall. Any
questions call 526-8785.
PARISH NURSING— will collect gently used eyeglasses in
April 2015. They will be refurbished and given to those in
need. Everyone has been so supportive in the past and we
appreciate your concern and generosity. A specific date for
the April collection will be announced in late March.
Columbus Day—Monday, October 13
The parish offices will be closed in
observation of Columbus Day.
READINGS FOR THIS WEEK
Monday
10/13/2014
Galatians 4: 22-24,26-27,31—5:1
Luke 11: 29-32
Tuesday
Galatians 5: 1-6
10/14/2014
Luke 11: 37-41
Wednesday
Galatians 5: 18-25
10/15/2014
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
10:00am
12:15pm
3:30pm
7:30pm
Luke 11: 42-46
Luke 11: 47-54
Night Manager, John Alban
Staff Meeting
Game Day
VCU Tutoring
Baptism Prep II
Admin
Hall/School
Rm 7
Worship
Luke 12: 1-7
WEDNESDAY–OCTOBER 15 Night Manager, Cathy Laskowski
2 Timothy 4: 10-17b
6:30am
9:30am
11:00am
2:00pm
6:30pm
7:00pm
8:30pm
10/18/2014
Luke 10: 1-9
Sunday
10/19/2014
Isaiah 45: 1, 4-6
1 Thessalonians 1: 1-5b
Matthew 22: 15—21
Upcoming Retreat at Shalom House—Nov. 7 - 9. A Retreat
with Pope Francis. Who is Pope Francis and what is his message for us? In his exhortation, the Joy of the Gospel, he invites
us to embark on a new chapter of evangelization. Come discover your call to mission, discern the Spirit's call to you as we
pray, study and learn from our Holy Father, Pope Francis. To
register or for more information, call Shalom House at 804-8836149. Go to http://www.shalomhouseretreatcenter.com for a
registration form and for additional retreat opportunities.
The Office for Black Catholics of the Diocese of Richmond
invites you to our annual spiritual retreat, “Hunger for God” John
6:5. Come and spend time in prayer and strengthen your spirituality with other faith-filled people. Deacon Alex Jones, retreat
leader. November 7-9, 2014, Portsmouth Renaissance Hotel.
Cost: $225, includes lodging, meals and parking. $125 commuter rate (does not include lodging). Register online at
www.regonline.com/annualspiritualretreat2014 or call Pam Harris, (804) 622-5104. Deadline to register is October 19, 2014.
The Little Sisters of the Poor will be hosting their annual
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR Saturday, November 8, from 9:00
a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at 1503 Michaels Road. The bazaar will feature hand-painted holiday wood crafts, ornaments, needlecrafts,
wreaths and so much more. Be sure not to miss the delicious
frozen dinners available and Sr. Teresa’s homemade crème
puffs and cookies. Breakfast and lunch items will also be available for our hungry Christmas shoppers. There will be free parking in Forest Office lot as well as free admission. All proceeds
will go toward the care of the elderly poor. All inquiries can be
sent to [email protected] or 804-288-6245.
WEEKLY COLLECTIONS
(Fiscal Year: July 2014 – June 2015)
Week of:
Night Manager, Marty Martinez
TUESDAY –OCTOBER 14
Ephesians 1: 11-14
10/17/2014
MONDAY –OCTOBER 13
Columbus Day—Offices Closed
Ephesians 1: 1-10
10/16/2014
THIS WEEK AT
SAINT ANN CHURCH
9/14/2014
In church collection:
EFT Collection
We Share
Last Year
9/13/2013
Weekly Budget
YTD Collections thru 9/14/2014
YTD Budget
YTD Difference
$14,799.68
$9,601.00
$3,851.40
$1,347.28
$16,732.47
$13,461.54
$138,136.19
$148,076.94
($9,940.75)
Bible Study Group
Bible Study
Centering Prayer
Bell Choir
Elementary CF
Choir
N. A. Group
THURSDAY–OCTOBER 16
9:00am
10:00am
7:00pm
8:00pm
1:00pm
8:00pm
8:00pm
Night Manager, Hank Duarte
Healing & Hope
Women’s Spirituality
RCIA
A.A.
FRIDAY–OCTOBER 17
Chapel
Rm 6
Rm 7
School
School
Worship
Room 7
Condon Hall
School
Condon Hall
Rm 5
Night Manager, Bill Berkel
Hall Rental
N.A.
A.A.
Condon Hall
Rm 7
Dbl Rm
SATURDAY–OCTOBER 18
8:00am
Cursillo Prayer Group
Chapel
10:00am
Hall Rental/Wedding
W/Hall
SUNDAY–OCTOBER 19
1:00pm
YM KAIROS Cooking/Baking
Condon Hall
MASSES FOR THE WEEK
______
9:00am
No Eucharist Scheduled
TUES.
OCT. 13
OCT. 14
WEDS.
OCT. 15
9:00am
For Mark Ramey пЃ•
By Genevieve Ramy
THURS
.
FRI.
OCT. 16
_______
No Eucharist Scheduled
OCT. 17
12noon
For Mary Weatherhead пЃ•
SAT.
OCT. 18
5:00pm
SUN.
OCT. 19
8:30am
11:15am
For Frank Szewczyk пЃ•
By the Szewczyk Family
For Saint Ann Parish
MON.
For John Ratliff пЃ•
For Felisa Anne Brady пЃ•
By the Daugherity Family
Our St. Ann Parish Picnic was a tremendous success!
The great food, entertainment, fun, games and fellowship
was enjoyed by all. We want to sincerely thank Christy &
Lewis Archileti for organizing this wonderful event, along
with all of the many volunteers who helped coordinate
and assist in making the day run smoothly. The annual
fundraisers (steak dinner, sub sale, fish fry and tee shirt
sale) make this picnic possible. We thank everyone for
your support of the fundraisers and always look forward
to this great annual event!
“As often as you did it to one of the least of My brothers and sisters, you did it to Me.”
Matt. 25:40
Food For The Poor
Saving lives...Transforming Communities...Renewing Hope
Next Weekend
October 18/19, 2014
Please Welcome our Guest Priest/Presider
FR. ROBERT NALLEY
In his ministry, Fr. Nalley will be appealing for our help as our Church seeks to
feed those less fortunate than ourselves. Fr. Nalley has been a priest for over
forty years. He travels across the U.S. each weekend to tell his story of helping those in need and of how we can make a difference as individuals and as
Church.
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October 18 & 19
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95% of all donations go directly to programs that help the poor.
In 2012 Food For The Poor shipped 3,414 containers of aid and built 6,805 new housing units
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