ST. THOMAS Mass Schedule AQUINAS church University Parish Ministering to the University of Virginia Sunday Vigil 5:15PM Sunday 7:30AM, 9:00AM, Church & Office: 401 Alderman Rd. 11:30AM, 5:15PM Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 (9:00PM in the Phone: 434-293-8081 • Fax: 434-296-1941 • Website: www.stauva.org UVA Chapel during the school year) Pastor: Fr. Luke Clark, O.P. Weekday Parochial Vicars: Fr. Joseph Scordo, O.P., Fr. Stephen Alcott, O.P. Monday–Friday High School & Youth Ministry: Chris Gilbert 8:00AM, 5:15PM Middle School: Julie Balik (with Evening Prayer) Rosary 4:55PM Elementary Education: Eleanor Nicholson Saturday Worship: Marta Brannon, T.O.P. 8:30AM Music Director: Brian Sousa Candlelight Mass Business Administrator: Susan M. Phillips Wed 8:45PM (in Receptionist: Melanie Bninski Our Lady of Perpet- Catholic Student Ministry: Nick Rosa - Chair ual Help Chapel Assistant Campus Minister/Music Minister: John Hopke during the school Parish Council: Julie Zackrisson - email@example.com year) Finance Council: Bill Lee - Chair Holy Hours Building Maintenance: John Michie Mon & Fri 4 - 5 PM Confessions Office Hours: M-Th 9a-4:30p; F 9a-3p Knights of Columbus: Joseph Chelak, Thursday Registration: If you regularly attend St. GK11324@vakofc.org 7:30–8:30 PM Thomas, we would be happy to have you Natural Family Planning: Saturday register. Forms can be found in the lobby http://www.stauva.org/nfp 9:15–10:15 AM of the church or at the parish office. any time, by Home Visitation Guild: Communion appointment Baptisms: Parents wanting to baptize visits to the shut-in and/or elderly. their children must be registered in the Violette Lang, 293-4673 parish at least 2 months. 2011 Baptism Meals for New Moms and Special Needs: Preparation Classes for 1st time parents Carmen Garcia, 972-9636 or clgarciap@ are at 1PM on Aug 28, Oct 23 & Dec 4. comcast.net Baptisms take place after the Sun 11:30 Charlottesville Catholic School: PK-8. Mass. For information call 964-0400 Weddings: Couples must contact one Virginians Against Domestic Violence: of the parish priests at least 6 mos In an abusive relationship? Please call before their wedding date, and C’ville 1-800-838-8238. (This number will not residents must be registered in the appear on your phone bill.) Or contact one parish at least 2 mos. Arrangements of the priests. Complete confidentiality. are made in person, and guidelines for marriage in the Church and/or UVA Commonwealth Catholic Charities Chapel must be obtained before planning Counseling Service: 1-800-974-4494 the wedding. Worldwide Marriage Encounter: Hospital Visits: Call the Parish Office www.wwmeva.org if you or someone you know is in the Men’s Vocation Discernment Group: hospital and in need of the sacraments. Stephen Vaccareo, firstname.lastname@example.org Peace & Justice: Bulletin Deadline: Tues, 12 noon. Contact: Bridget Davis, email@example.com Melanie Bninski (firstname.lastname@example.org) ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA MASS INTENTIONS Saturday, July 30 Dear Parishioners and Friends, 8:30am Ellen MacCall † 5:15pm Nick Mercurio † Brothers Jordan and Albert have completed their Sunday, July 31 internship today will be returning to Washington DC. I 7:30am Ken Pedersen want to take this opportunity to thank them for all their 9:00am For the People hard work this summer! Please keep them in your 11:30am Domingo Alday † prayers. Bro. Albert will be going on retreat to prepare for 5:15pm Carmen F DiTolve † his solemn profession which is in August. Bro. Jordan will Monday, August 1 complete his last year of studies and he will be ordained 8:00am Tom Clark in May. I thank God for the caliber of men He is calling to 5:15pm Ken Moan † our province. We now also have two men from our parish Tuesday, August 2 who are in formation for the Order, Bro. John Baptist 8:00am Bonnie Shayne (Huy) Hoang and Bro. Chris Beale. Bro. Chris arrived in 5:15pm Myra Ross Cincinnati this week to begin his preparations for Wednesday, August 3 Novitiate. He will be receiving the habit on August 8th. 8:00am Jeffrey Sauers Our prayerful best wishes and support go out to all of our 5:15pm Ashley Cramer brothers in formation. Thursday, August 4 8:00am Marie & Jerry Brannigan God bless, 5:15pm Douglas Nichols † Fr Luke, OP Friday, August 5 8:00am Nicholas Short † 5:15pm Michael Tobin † Thank You Saturday, August 6 As we prepare to depart for World Youth Day, we would 8:30am Respect Life like to sincerely thank the generous parishioners of St 5:15pm Cayetano A Canares † Thomas Aquinas for your financial support and for your continued prayers. Without your support our pilgrimage to Please Keep the Following in Your Prayers Madrid would not be possible. We look forward to sharing Margaret Cristobal, Sarah Cristobal, Lew Mason, Dottie our experience with you when we return on August 23rd. Shasby, Chris Schap, Eileen Michaels, Ladd Flock, Sincere thanks, Victoria Amparo Villar, Carmelita Prudencio, Judith Marc Barnes Daniel Beiter Underhill, Margaret Whitlock, Penny Keesecker, Carly Chris Lemieux Joel Olazagasti Nick Redmond Holder, Anna Rose Leavoy, Bob Quinn, “My three sisters,” Kevin Michael Maley, Silvana Verdacchi, Karen Lawin, Linda Seifert, Sterling Minsky, Mary Strunck, Baptism Diane Moyles, Paul Thoms, Owen Hollinger, Tabitha M We welcome Simon Eli Daniel Graf and Lyla Kristine Warner, Matthew Grimes, Patrick Howell — If you or Thiede who through Baptism were received into our faith someone you know is ill and would like the prayers of our community. parish family please call the office. To keep the list current, names will be removed periodically. Readings for the Week of July 31, 2011 Sunday: Is 55:1-3/Rom 8:35, 37-39/Mt 14:13-21 Monday: St Alphonsus Liguori Nm 11:4b-15/Mt 14:22-36 Tuesday: Nm 12:1-13/Mt 14:22-36 or 15:1-2, 10-14 Wednesday: Nm 13:1-2, 25---14:1, 26-29a, 34-35/Mt 15:21-28 Thursday: St John Mary Vianney Nm 20:1-13/Mt 16:13-23 Friday: Saturday: Dt 4:32-40/Mt 16:24-28 The Transfiguration of the Lord PARISH FINANCES Dn 7:9-10, 13-14/2 Pt 1:16-19/Mt 17:1-9 July 24, 2011 Next Sunday: 1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-13a/Rom 9:1-5/Mt 14:22- Budgeted Weekly Expenses .............................. .$18,534.25 33 Offertory ............................................................... .13,518.56 Other Income ......................................................... .1,997.83 Parish Charities ................................................... .10,294.00 Eagle Scout Project................................................ .2,039.82 1 18TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 31, 2011 PEACE AND JUSTICE WORSHIP AND MUSIC Marta Brannon ● 293-8081 x18 ● email@example.com Brian Sousa ● 293 8081 x19 ● firstname.lastname@example.org The Haitian Station St Thomas Aquinas Parish twinned with The Music Ministry Is Seeking Donations St Michel Parish, Saltadère To hire a trumpet player for the following days: The Feast of St Welcome Fr Blot: The pastor of St Michel Dominic, Mon Aug 8, 5:15pm Mass & first Sunday of the new in Saltadère is visiting with us this UVA semester, Sun, Aug 28, 9am Mass. The cost is $200/Mass weekend and will be celebrating Masses for one professional trumpet player. If you would like to sponsor at Holy Comforter and St Thomas a trumpet player for one celebration or to donate money in Aquinas. Be sure to meet Fr Blot after the memory of someone, on your check please indicate for which Masses at which he is present. There will be a reception celebration you are donating the money, and who, if anyone, you would like to memorialize with your donation. The for Fr Blot after the 11:30 Mass at St Thomas Aquinas. memorialized person's name will appear in the bulletin that week Mobile Prenatal Clinic to Visit Saltadère: A new and will look like this: "The trumpet music at the 5:15pm Mass project for our committee is funding a monthly visit by for the Feast of Saint Dominic is donated in honor of .... (has midwives from Hinche to provide needed prenatal care. been donated by....)." Those who would like to sponsor a The first visit of the midwives occurred July 5. Midwives trumpet player with another amount may also request that their for Haiti, the group providing the midwifery visits, is a name be listed in the bulletin as a sponsor of the trumpet music Richmond-based group. They are sponsoring an exhibit for a particular day. If you would like a complete list of days of Haitian art, “The Colors of Haiti,” until Sept 11 at the when we will be hiring a trumpet player please contact me at Cultural Arts Ctr of Glen Allen (804-261-2787 for details). email@example.com. Thank you for your generosity. Sincerely, Brian Dean Sousa Richard Joseph to Visit: Richard Joseph is the director of education for the Diocese of Hinche in Haiti. He will be Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament visiting in the middle of August, bringing news of how our Is available in the Chapel on Wed 9am until Thurs 5pm with the sponsored school of St Michel is doing. Thanks to the exception of 5-6pm Wed & 8-9am Thurs, the hours when Mass many friends and parishioners who are supporting the is taking place in the church. To schedule a time on Wed, contact Janet Diller at 589-7943, email firstname.lastname@example.org, school and its students. and for Thurs, Charlotte Burns at 975-1132, email SOS Cards: The Sketches of Saltadère note cards email@example.com. For the remainder of the summer (drawn by students of St Michel School) are available for there is also a sign-up chart available on the wall behind the purchase at the Haiti table (lower level). The cards are steps in the Link. perfect for all occasions: birthdays, thank yous, Charismatic Prayer Meeting weddings, etc. Funds raised go to support the school. Light the Fire Within Prayer Group will not meet for the summer Bi-Parish Haiti Committee: The next meeting of the due to so many people being out of town. The Prayer Group will committee is Aug 14. All are welcome. To learn about resume right after Labor Day on 9/6. the Bi-parish committee, e-mail Anne Knasel at firstname.lastname@example.org. 5:15PM SAT & 9AM SUN 18TH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME Proper Introit: God, come to my help. Lord, quickly give me assistance. You are the one who helps me and sets me free: Food Collection Lord, do not be long in coming. (Psalm 70:2,6) Thank you for the continued contributions to the pantry at Processional Hymn: #614 in Green Hymnal Holy Comforter this summer. Items are given out on Tues, Kyrie: page # 28 in White Hymnal Wed and Fri mornings. Suggested items to donate: Gloria: # 176 in Green Hymnal canned vegetables, fruits, fish/meats, soups, and beans, Proper Offertory Antiphon: But Moses implored the Lord, his peanut butter, and toiletries (soap, shampoo, deodorant, God, saying, "Why are you angry with your people, Lord? Let toilet paper, etc). Thank you! your wrath die down. Remember your servants Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, whom you promised to give a land flowing with milk IMPACT and honey." So the Lord relented in the punishment he had Thank you to all who contributed to the individual threatened to inflict on his people. (Exodus investment drive this year! 32:11a,12d,13a,13c,14) Offertory: page # 48 in White Hymnal Respect Life Sanctus: # 180 in Green Hymnal Prayer for the unborn and for an end to abortion at the Memorial Acclamation: page 112 in White Hymnal Planned Parenthood in Charlottesville each Friday from Agnus Dei: page # 31 in White Hymnal 9am-12pm and each Wednesday evening from 5pm-8pm Proper Communion Antiphon: You gave us bread from at the Medical Center for Women in Charlottesville. There heaven, Lord: a sweet-tasting bread that was very good to eat. were over 1,000 abortions performed last year in (Wisdom 16:20) Charlottesville so please come out to pray for those in Communion Chant: Salve Regina # 779 in Green Hymnal crisis pregnancies, the innocent babies and for all the Communion Hymn: # 557 in Green Hymnal women and men who have been hurt by abortion. For Communion Meditation: page # 40 in White Hymnal more information please contact Pam at Recessional: # 606 in Green Hymnal email@example.com or (434) 825-6013. 2 ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA RELIGIOUS ED / YOUTH MINISTRY ADULT EDUCATION PreK-5 ● Eleanor Nicholson ● 293-8081 x18 ● firstname.lastname@example.org Fr Jacek Buda ● 293-8081 x17 ● email@example.com Gr 6-12 ● Chris Gilbert ● 293 8081x16 ● firstname.lastname@example.org Middle School News Catholicism 101 Please keep our middle school youth and high school Scott Hahn’s Adult Religious Education Series – meets counselors in your prayers as we start our camp, You selected Saturdays at 10am in the Community Never Let Go. The parables of the Good Shepherd, Lost Room. The next session will be “The Meaning of Coin and Prodigal Son will be broken open and related to Sacraments” on Aug 6. Each session is a standalone their daily lives through prayer, reflections, games, presentation. Contact email@example.com for sacraments, community service and a lot of fun. more information. Vacation Bible School, August 1-5. Infertility? Please keep all of our VBS children and catechist/helpers The Creighton Model System and NaProTechnology have in your prayers as we spend a week studying the saints proven to be 2.8 times more effective than today's and the virtues of faith, hope, and charity! artificial reproductive technologies, offering a moral alternative for couples struggling with infertility. For more information contact LaDean Barnes, MEd, FCP at CAMPUS MINISTRY (CSM) firstname.lastname@example.org, or see www.fertilitycare.org/ charlottesvillleVA. Nick Rosa ● email@example.com It Is More Than Natural Family Planning! John Hopke ● firstname.lastname@example.org Tired of being offered the birth control pill for your gynecological problems? NaProTechnology finds Have a blessed summer! the underlying cause of your problem and corrects it, even PMS/PMDD, while never prescribing a birth control pill. For more info contact LaDean Barnes, MEd, FCP at email@example.com, or see www.fertilitycare.org/ charlottesvilleVA. YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY (YAM) VOCATIONS For parishioners aged 21-35 Karen Dottore ● firstname.lastname@example.org Poor Clare Vocation Day YAM’s goal is to offer a community of faith and friendship Sat, Aug 20, 2:30pm until Sun, Aug 21, 10am for young devoted to spirituality, society, service, and women who may be discerning a vocation to the study. Contact: Christina Hampton (email@example.com). cloistered contemplative life or who just desire to learn For weekly listserv announcements, contact Karen more. Holy Mass will be offered at 8am Sunday. There Dottore (firstname.lastname@example.org). will be the opportunity to speak, pray and recreate with some of the nuns. Limited accommodation is available for Weekly Events those who wish to stay overnight and attend the prayer Fridays with YAM: See the listserv for more details. traditionally offered around midnight. RSVP: Monastery of Poor Clares, 5500 Holly Fork Rd, Barhamsville, VA or Monthly Events email@example.com or 757-566-1684. Join us at the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen every 3rd Wednesday (Info:email Joe at firstname.lastname@example.org); and Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time -- July 31 after the 9am Mass in the Link every 3rd Sunday for “All those present ate their fill.” Are you called to help the brunch. Lord feed His people with the truth of His gospel as a priest, deacon or in the consecrated life? If you think God may be calling you to serve Him more closely, call Father Michael Boehling (804) 359-5661, or write: email@example.com. 3 18TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 31, 2011 PARISH ACTIVITIES COMMUNITY EVENTS Parish Picnic The Notre Dame Club of Charlottesville Mark your calendar for Invites all members of the ND family to join the Club for its Sunday, August 28, for the annual student send-off picnic on Sun, Aug 7. This year Annual Parish Picnic. the Club will welcome St Thomas' Harrison Yates, Will There will be lunch catered Murray, and Connor McCollough to the University of Notre by Big Jim’s, games and a Dame's freshman class. Please contact Matt Freeman at “Big Wave Waterslide”. firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-825-9661 for more Sign-up in the link from information. August 7 to August 21. Charlottesville Catholic Worker/Casa Alma Natural Family Planning (NFP) Awareness Week Sunday Open House: Aug 7, 2-5pm. Drop in anytime for Stop by our table in the Link 7/23-7/24 or 7/30-7/31 after casual conversation, tours and Q&A about the Catholic Mass to chat with one of our NFP instructors and learn Worker movement. Solar Cooking Demonstration: Sat, more about natural family planning. Also, join us on July Aug 13, 10am-noon. Come learn about solar cooking, 30 after the 5:15pm Mass in the courtyard for an ice view different oven designs, and taste some solar-cooked cream social to wrap up NFP Awareness Week. All are foods. Co-sponsored by Transition Charlottesville/ invited for some fun, frosty treats and socializing with our Albemarle, a group working toward local resilience and NFP families. Check out our facebook page under sustainable practices. Email us or call Joanie at 987-1026 Charlottesville NFP for more information or email to register. Our First Liturgy: Thurs, Aug 18. Celebrate email@example.com to RSVP. Mass with the Casa Alma community at 6:30pm, followed Medjugorje Pilgrimage by a pot-luck supper. Please RSVP by Aug 16, via email Please join Fr Luke Clark (Oct 5-16, 2011) on a or call 409-0804. Saturday Service Day: Aug 20, 2-5pm. pilgrimage to this “School of Prayer.” It is a life changing We'll be moving wood, clearing debris, spreading mulch, experience in this town where Heaven touches the Earth! and preparing the back area for the mini-orchard and The pilgrimage includes a week in Medjugorje, a day and gardens. a half in the beautiful walled Old Town of Dubrovnik, and Items Needed for The Haven an overnight in Frankfurt. The cost is $1948 (plus $145 in Charlottesville's homeless day shelter located at First and airport taxes). Deposits of $400 are now due. For more Market St. needs the following items: shampoo (they have info, pick up a flyer in the Link or email Julie Zackrisson at enough conditioner), toothbrushes, men's and women's firstname.lastname@example.org. deodorant, tampons and feminine pads, laundry detergent, facial tissues, paper towels, hand sanitizer, Thank You Lysol spray, febreeze air freshener, cleaning supplies (Simple Green, Bona Vinyl floor cleaner, latex gloves), Dear Fr. Clark: Printer ink cartridges (HP 78 tricolor, HP 15 black, HP 57 This acknowledges receipt of two boxes of eyeglasses tricolor, HP 56 black, HP 36A black, Lexmark 33 color, for my son to take to the Philippines in January. On Lexmark 32 black), ball-point pens and sharpies, masking behalf of the indigent recipients I want to thank your tape, postage stamps, Legal-size envelopes, clean socks parishioners. and underwear (men's and women's), soap, sunscreen, insect repellent, reading glasses and sunglasses, I talked with my son yesterday and he said he hopes to washcloths and hand towels. Kay's Kitchen needs: whole have enough glasses to take on another medical grains such as cornmeal and oats, spices, dried fruit, nuts, mission to Chile in November. Those you brought today herbal teas and ground coffee, fresh fruits and vegetables, will help. canning jars and equipment, sugar (white, light brown, or Thank you for your kindness. raw), unopened meats and cheeses, and disposable Your Servant in Christ, paper cups. Items can be dropped off at The Haven. Rev. Mr. John H. Thomas, J.D. Latin Mass Chancellor Diocese of Richmond Aug 7, 3pm, at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church in Appomattox. For info call Isabel Perry at 434-352-7976. New Diocesan Job Listings Donate Unneeded Eyeglasses and Hearing Aids Peninsula Catholic, Newport News: Library Media We will continue to collect for the various medical Specialist; School Bus Driver; German/Latin Instructor(s) missions abroad. Please deposit items in the box outside Christ the King, Norfolk: Resource Teacher (Part-Time) the office (lower level). Thank you! Blessed Sacrament Huguenot, Powhatan: Girls Varsity Basketball Coach; Elementary Teacher For details visit www.richmonddiocese.org/human. Click on “subscribe for job updates” to receive new notices. 4 T U G OF W ID E ERSL AR WAT W F I St. Thomas Aquinas A T E E R L D B A G L A L M O E O S N S Sunday, August 28th 12:30-4:00 pm The Park at UVA (go straight past the Law School) An afternoon of food, games and fellowship. Lunch will be catered by Big Jim’s from 12:30-2pm. Donations of $5/person or $10/family will be accepted. Sign up in the link beginning August 7th. Directions to The Park are on the sign-up table.
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