SAINT PETER CATHOLIC CHURCH
January 22, 2012
God calls each one of us in a unique way.
We are called to be one in God by
allowing ourselves to be nourished by
His Son and enlivened by the Spirit.
We participate in the Mission of
Jesus Christ by enthusiastically sharing His Good
News, praying together,
serving others, and proclaiming His
healing love to all people.
We acknowledge this call in our lives as members of
the St. Peter’s Parish Family.
104 West First Street Mansfield, Ohio 44902
Mass Schedule: Sacrament of Baptism: Pastoral Team:
Saturday: 5:00 p.m. Parents considering Baptism for their Fr. Gregory R. Hite, Pastor
Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., children should contact the Parish Fr. Tom McQuillen, Associate Pastor
11:30 a.m. Center. The Sacrament may be cele- Ms. Sandy Lauer, Pastoral Associate
Monday & Friday 5:30 p.m. brated at a Sunday Mass or on the Mr. Bill Johnson,
Tuesday - Friday 6:30 a.m. last Sunday of the month at 1:00 p.m. Director of Music & Liturgy
An interview and a Baptism prepara- Ms. Lynne Lukach, Adult Faith
tion class are required in advance. Coordinator
Sacrament of Reconciliation: For school-age children or adults, Ms. Elizabeth Tidball, Director of
Saturday: 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. please contact the parish about enroll- Religious Education
ment in the RCIA. Deacons: Mr. Jim Marshall
Mr. Terry Philpott
Phones: Sacrament of Marriage: Mr. John Reef
Rectory & Parish Center: 419-524-2572 Arrangements should be made at the School:
Convent: 419-524-2572 Parish Center at least six months in Mrs. Tressa Reith Mr. Jerry Straub
High School, Jr. High: 419-524-0979 advance of the ceremony.
Grade School & Montessori: High School , Jr. High School
419-524-3351 Mr. James Smith Mrs. Beverly Brook
Sunday Nursery: Elementary School
Child Care Center: Every Sunday during 9:30 and 11:30
419-524-2572 Ext. 3108 Mrs. Tina Siegfried Montessori
a.m. Mass, located in the Day Care Ms. Melinda Milligan Child Care
Fax: 419-522-2553 Center in the basement of the High
Gifts to Msgr. Dunn Foundation: Director
419-524-2572 Ext. 2125 Pastoral Care Contacts:
Website: www.mansfieldstpeters.org Mrs. Chris Waleskowski 419-529-0625
Parish Office Hours: Staff emails are found on the website. Hospital & Follow-up
Monday—Thursday: 8:00 am - 8:30 pm Mrs. Vickie Palmer 419-524-2572
Friday: 8:00 am - 7:30 pm Nursing Homes/Assisted Living &
Bulletin Deadline: Monday 12:00 Prayer Pipeline
Saturday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Noon. All requests must be submitted
Sunday: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Mr. John Reef 419-529-3694
in writing. Shut-ins/Homebound
A Parish of the Saint Juan Diego Deanery, Diocese of Toledo
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Mass Intentions Dear St. Peter’s Parishioners,
Monday, January 23 Ordinary Weekday I am pleased to inform you that our students (grades 3-6)
5:00 pm Rosary scored very well on the Scantron test taken during the month
5:30 pm Parish of October. Scantron is a national computer-adaptive test
Tuesday, January 24 +Francis de Sales, Bishop & Doctor that compares our students’ scores against scores of students
6:30 am Parish in a norm group. I recently received statistical information
8:15 am Parish from the Toledo Diocese and wanted to share with you the
Wednesday, January 25 Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle overall results from our school. I also wanted to share with
6:30 am Parish you how our school performed in comparison to diocesan
Thursday, January 26 +Timothy & Titus, Bishops and national averages.
6:30 am Francis Alfieri (anniversary) In our diocese, there are 63 elementary schools, all of
9:20 am Parish which took the Scantron test in grades 3, 5, and 7. In grades
Friday, January 27 +Angela Merici, virgin 4, 6, and 8 the tests are optional, so there are not as many
6:30 am Parish schools across our diocese that administer the test at these
5:00 pm Rosary grade levels. We choose to take the test in grades 4 and 6 to
5:30 pm Marilyn Gallaway measure academic growth in our students and to look at
Saturday, January 28 +Thomas Aquinas, Priest & Doctor areas of strength and weakness in each student as well as in
5:00 pm Parish
The information below will provide you with data about
Sunday, January 29 Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
how well our students performed on the Scantron test taken
7:30am Andrew T, Andrew J, & Robert Knapp during the month of October. Our diocesan schools did
9:30 am Robert Ziegler better than the national average and students at St. Peter’s
11:30 am Elmer & Louise Smith overall scored higher than students in the Toledo Diocese.
LECTOR / COMMUNION MINISTER Students took four tests: reading, language arts, math, and
Saturday, January 28 science. The scores achieved on each one of these tests
5:00 pm L J Heringhaus, L Moore D B Nihei, placed the students within one of four categories: above
D DeCenso, H Deel, D&T Hipp, average, high average, low average, or below average.
J Jimenez, M Monroe, B Schartl,
K Wasowski Grade 3 – 74% of our students scored above average or high
Sunday, January 29 average compared to 73% of diocesan students.
7:30 am L M Santoro, S Vaccaro D M Collet, Grade 4 – 81% of our students scored above average or high
Sr. P Bingert, B&L Danuloff, K Randall, average compared to 64% of diocesan students.
S Santoro, B Weiland Grade 5 – 72% of our students scored above average or high
9:30 am L D Forster, J Badamy D D Dreskler average compared to 65% of diocesan students.
M Badamy, T Baker, J Brennan, Grade 6 – 78% of our students scored above average or high
T Etzwiler, J Kastelic, C Merle, average compared to 64% of diocesan students.
A Randall, R Renie, M Riggleman,
F Schuster, L Simmons, R Sliney,
S Weber, K Wehinger
11:30 am L F Leitenberger, J Riedl D R Wilson,
C Becker, T Fesler, M&R Jones, J Liston,
K Schreck, C Mears, B Riley, K Speck,
K Swank, K Yockey
Saturday, January 28
5:00 pm E & M Wasowski, O Matern Language Arts
Sunday, January 29 Grade 3 – 80% of our students scored above average or high
7:30 am B Lovett, M Levendoski, need 1 average compared to 69% of diocesan students.
9:30 am J&D Randall, M Schopieray Grade 4 – 83% of our students scored above average or high
11:30 am M Jerger, S&A Winters average compared to 58% of diocesan students.
Grade 5 – 85% of our students scored above average or high
Kids’ Word: January 29 Counters: January 29 average compared to 65% of diocesan students.
9:30 E Togliatti M Robertson, V Chirico, Grade 6 – 65% of our students scored above average or high
11:30 K Yockey J Wala average compared to 62% of diocesan students.
Continued on page 3...
Third Sunday of Ordinary Time Mansfield, Ohio Page Three
“Hope & Healing” Bereavement Corner:
Hearts and Minds program is a support system
for family members with a relative coping with
mental illness. Next meeting, Thursday, Febru-
ary 2, 6:30 pm in Assisi Hall. Activities include current
medical information, sharing, and prayer. For more informa-
tion, contact Sue Malaska at 419-756-0962.
Our Monthly Grief Support Group will meet on Wednes-
day, February 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the Atrium of the Francis-
can Activity Center.
Grade 3 – 80% of our students scored above average or
high average compared to 72% of diocesan students.
Grade 4 – 78% of our students scored above average or Please Pray for the Sick of our Parish; Lou
high average compared to 60% of diocesan students. Augustine, Ken Alt, Betty Fruehstorfer, Joe Hahn,
Grade 5 – 77% of our students scored above average or Eileen Fanello, Ervin Hall, Beverly Freiheit, Bill
high average compared to 61% of diocesan students. Dropsey, Margaret Jerger, Scott Gallaway, Dick
Grade 6 – 56% of our students scored above average or Keller, Rose Spognardi, Michael Davis II, Josh
high average compared to 60% of diocesan students. Sauder, Nick & Hilda Schemine, Edwin Studer, Betty Beal,
Chase Dunbaugh, Frank Neel, Mary Foltz, Marie Bechtler,
Tom & Mary Swihart, Gary Caldwell, Patricia Colarosa,
Glenna Yockey, Jamie Hanley, John Lemley, Dr. Tom Abra-
hamsen, Pat Bochnak
Names will only be listed for 4 weeks. If you wish to have
your name appear an additional 4 week period, contact the
Parish Center at 419-524-2572. Thank you.
Last week a collection was taken up for the
Church in Latin America. Generous gifts made to
Science today’s Collection will fund evangelization and cate-
Grade 3 – 90% of our students scored above average or chesis projects in the Church in Latin America. Re-
high average compared to 84% of diocesan students. cently in El Pozon, Columbia, 770 children from St. Blaise
Grade 4 – 93% of our students scored above average or Parish received first Holy Communion because of your gener-
high average compared to 76% of diocesan students. osity. The support you give today will provide opportunities
for years to come. Keep faith with the Church in Latin Amer-
Grade 5 – 98% of our students scored above average or
ica. Please be generous in today’s Collection.
high average compared to 79% of diocesan students.
Grade 6 – 89% of our students scored above average or
high average compared to 79% of diocesan students.
January 15, 2012
Regular Sunday $ 12,152.00
School $ 1,586.00
Children $ 0.50
Mailed In Sunday $ 2,151.00
Mailed In School $ 0.00
Christmas $ 75.00
Direct Deposit $ 2,439.00
The students, faculty, and staff of St. Peter’s Elementary
School are grateful for your continued generosity and sup-
TOTAL $ 18,403.50
port of our school. Our school would not exist without our
wonderful parishioners. Thank you so much! Parish Debt Relief $ 536.00
Thanks to all who have responded to the request to increase their
weekly offerings in these difficult economic times. Even a modest
James R. Smith, Elementary School Principal increase by each parishioner can make a HUGE
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ADULT FAITH ENRICHMENT
We hope that the programs for this 2012 spring sea-
son offer you the opportunity to grow in knowledge
and a deeper peace that is gained through His pres- Wed. January 25 PSR 1-6
ence in our souls. Wed. February 1 PSR 1-8
Bill Johnson will begin his 4 part series regarding the Spiritual- Sat. February 4 First Eucharist Parent Meeting 9:30
ity of the New Roman Missal. This is a continuation of the Wed. February 8 PSR 1-6 & Confirmation
insightful and inspiring series that began last fall. We know Wed. February 15 PSR 1-8
that his knowledgeable and uplifting talks will open our hearts Tue. February 21 3rd Grade Family Meeting
to the richness of the prayers we now use in the Sacred Liturgy. Wed. February 22 ASH WEDNESDAY—No PSR
Join us Monday, Jan 23 at 7:00 pm, in the High School 3rd floor Please attend Mass as a family.
Chapel or Tuesday, January 24 at 12:30 pm in Assisi Hall. Wed. February 29 PSR 1-6 & 3rd Grade
“Catholicism”, the faith filled video series begins this Thursday Family Reconciliation
evening, January 26, at 7:00 pm and Saturday, January 28 at
11:00 am in the High School Library. St. Peter’s Boy Scout Troop 121 invites all
Future offerings include a special presentation by Fr. Hite on parishioners, past and present Eagle Scouts,
“Forgiveness”, helping us to prepare for a Blessed Easter. Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scout leaders to
Save Tuesday, March 6 for either the 11:30 am or 7:00 pm of- celebrate with our Scouts on Sunday, Febru-
fering. ary 5, at 11:30 Mass. The Boy Scouts of
Most importantly, St. Peter’s offers us the opportunity to spend America annually celebrates its founding on February 8,
time in quiet reflection with Our Lord! Monthly, we will have 1910, based on the program started by Lord Baden Pow-
a talk on Christian Perfection and then Eucharistic Adoration ell in England on August 1, 1907 and to allow Scouts to
and Benediction. Check the bulletin and our brochure for dates live out their "Duty to God" pledged each week. For more
and topics. information on Troop 121 contact Christopher Baldasare,
Senior Scoutmaster @ (419) 543-2480.
• Please join in the Pro-Life Ohio Walk for Life this The Catholic Conference of Ohio is the official representative
Sunday, January 22. We will meet in the First Eng- of the Catholic Church in public matters affecting the Church
lish Lutheran Parking lot at 3pm proceed to the ga- and the general welfare of the people of Ohio. The website is
www.ohiocathconf.org. You can sign up to be alerted on any
zebo downtown. You may bring your own signs or
legislation that needs your support. You can read our bishop’s
there are extra signs available. Make your first step to response to news articles. Check it out!
• St. Peter’s Respect Life Chapter will have The Book
of Innocents on the altar rail in front of our Blessed St. Joseph Church, 117 Sandusky St., Plymouth,
Virgin’s altar Jan. 21 & 22. You are invited to record Ohio. Altar-Rosary is sponsoring a Spaghetti Din-
the name and lifespan of your child, lost to miscar- ner on Sunday, February 12 from 11am to
riage, abortion, or stillbirth, with any thoughts and 2pm. Free will offering - Carry outs available.
longings you may wish to write down. We continue
to pray for these innocents.
Last class remaining! This class is open to any
registered St. Peter’s adult parishioner OR any
registered adult parishioners from our neighboring
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS deanery Catholic parishes. Registrations are still
1114 Park Avenue West ~ Mansfield open and the class is free! Please call 419-524-2572 ext. 2110
419-529-5532 to register.
GENEALOGY: February 6, 7:00-8:15 p.m. or
January 27—Vegetable Lasagna or Manicotti ~ $8.00 February 7, 10:00-11:15 a.m.
Please R.S.V.P. Thank you!
Needed - Team Captain for Thursdays, St. Peter’s Feed Advertiser reliv
Body · Mind · Spirit
the Needy Program. For information contact Dick Renie of the Week
419-756-4483. Please help! Shirley Robison, Distributor
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Peter’s Church, Mansfield, Ohio Page Five
RECYCLING ~ Our next Recycling date is: SCHOOL NEWS
February 10, 2012 in the Franciscan Activity
"On an academic level, Montessori provides stu-
Center Parking lot.
dents with skills that allow them to become inde-
HOURS: 10 to 11 am and 2 to 4 pm.
pendently functioning adults and life-long learn-
IMPORTANT: Please honor these drop off times; Do not
ers. As students master one level of academic skills, they are
leave your recyclables on the sidewalks or curbs.
able to go further and apply themselves to increasingly chal-
lenging materials across various academic disciplines. They
learn how to integrate new concepts, analyze data, and think
BLUE BARRELS critically." Tim Seldin-President, The Montessori Foundation
will be out February 11 & 12
“MONTESSORI KIDS AT WORK” is scheduled for this
Thursday, January 26! Parents, you are invited
VISIT THE GIFT SHOP! to take this opportunity to experience for your-
Our gift shop may be the smallest self the unique and highly respected Montes-
“space” in the entire parish complex, but sori Preschool/Kindergarten program that
you could get lost in there because of the might be perfect for your pre-school age child
(ren). Parents are invited to the Montessori House from 6:30-
vast array of gift items and collectables. 7:30 p.m. to talk with Montessori staff, to ask questions about
Adult and children’s books, Bibles, fine jewelry, ro- the program and to observe current students doing their
saries, music boxes, First Communion, Confirmation “works”. (Snow date: Thursday, February 2, 6:30-7:30
and wedding gifts, candles and gift cards are just a p.m.) Please call the school office at 419-524-3351 to confirm
few of the many great items available. The gift shop your attendance. (Free babysitting available in the school
building. When calling to confirm your attendance, please in-
is open 7 days a week! Stop by and browse around! dicate your need for this service.)
Attention Campbell Soup Label Savers: CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
A note from Sr. Paula - Please remember when WEEK 2012
saving your Campbell Soup Labels only the
With the first celebration in 1974,
UPC/Bar Code is needed. Thank You!
this year marks the 39th time
Catholic Schools Week has been celebrated nation-
Mansfield St. Peter's Catholic Parish, is seeking wide. The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2012 is
qualified candidates for the position of Business “Catholic Schools: Faith. Academics. Service.” The an-
nual observance starts the last Sunday in January and
Manager. If you have the appropriate education
runs all week, January 29 through February 5. Schools
and experience and want to be considered, send a typically celebrate Catholic Schools Week with
resume to: Masses, special concerts and other activities for students,
families, parishioners and the community at large.
St. Peters Search Committee
PO Box 50 This year's theme focuses on three priorities that Catho-
Shelby, Ohio 44875-0050 lic schools establish that make them stand out from other
educational institutions. Children are taught faith – not
IT IS NEVER TOO EARLY TO START THINKING just the basics of Christianity, but how to have a relation-
"TUITION CREDITS" ship with God. Academics, which in Catholic schools are
A total of $43,257.68 was earned for this 2011-2012 school held to very high standards, help each child reach his or
year by families who participated in the Kroger, Scrip, her potential. Service, the giving of one’s time and effort
Land's End, and Meijer gift certificate programs during last to help others, is taught both as an expression of faith and
school year. In addition to school families earning credit for good citizenship.
their children who now attend St. Peter's School, it is also
possible for families with very young children Please join us for the Catholic Schools Week concert
to start accumulating tuition credit for the point which is scheduled for Sunday, January 29, at 4:00 p.m.
in time when they enroll at St. Peter’s in St. Peter's Church. It is one of the ways our students
School. Call the Parish Center office or the tui- can say "thank you" to our parishioners for supporting
tion clerk for more information on how you can Catholic education here at St. Peter's School. The con-
begin earning tuition credit dollars! (419-524- cert is free and open to all who would like to attend.
Page Six St. Peter’s Church, Mansfield, Ohio January 22, 2012
Catholic Charities Family Connection’s Adoption Program Presents “Adoption Information Trainings 2012”
• Norwalk – Catholic Charities, 34 Woodlawn, Norwalk, Tuesday February 7, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
• Mansfield -Catholic Charities, 2 Smith Ave., Mansfield, Thursday April 19, – 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Learn about Catholic Charities Domestic Infant Adoption program & about Home Studies! The Information Trainings are free, no
charge! To register for any of the Adoption Information Trainings or for more info on adoption please e-mail
Night of Fine Dining & Entertainment: Saturday, Jan 28 at 5 pm. St. Francis Xavier School, Willard, Ohio. Doors open at 5:00
p.m. with appetizers being served promptly. Dinner at 6:00 p.m. Musical entertainment by Logan Wells and Jerry Colosimo from
7:00—9:30 p.m. Wells & Colosimo perform a wide variety of musical styles to please audiences of all ages. From Frank Sinatra,
Patsy Cline, Neil Diamond, Stevie Nicks, The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, ZZ Top, Lady Gaga, Karen Carpenter, Huey Lewis,
Janis Joplin and more! Guests have their choice of chicken or pork dinners. Reserve your tickets soon! Tickets cost $25. Reserve
tickets by calling 419-935-4744.
Book Discussion for Young Professionals/Young Adults: Monthly book discussion on My Life with the Saints by James Martin,
SJ. First Friday of each month, 6:00-8:00 p.m./Next meeting: February 3, at Panera’s on Route 20 near Perrysburg. For more infor-
mation, contact Sr. Marilyn Marie Ellerbrock, SND, email@example.com or 419.481.6995
School Closings and Delays: Please listen to WMAN or watch WMFD for school closings and delays. Please Note: If school is
delayed or closed on a School Mass Day, the Mass will be cancelled and the Mass intention will be rescheduled.
BLESSING OF THROATS WILL BE HELD FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2012 AT 2:15 P.M. IN THE CHURCH.
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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
A NEW DAY DAWNS
Today we hear how Jonah, sent by God to warn the people, storms through the streets of Nineveh, scaring the citizens out of
their wits. And it works! God has a change of heart, seeing “by their actions” how the people turn from evil (Jonah 3:10). A new day
Next we hear Paul telling the Corinthians, “The world in its present form is passing away” (1 Corinthians 7:31). He calls for a
change of heart. Stopping short of telling them to stop carrying out their everyday activities, he urges them—rather mysteriously—to
live “as though” they aren’t doing the things they are doing. A new day has dawned.
Finally, Jesus stands on the shore and cries, “The kingdom of God is at hand!” (Mark 1:14). Simon and Andrew abandon their
nets—and even their father—and follow him. A new day had dawned.
Everyone has to change when a new day dawns: the Ninevites, the Corinthians, the apostles, even Jesus! Didn’t a new day dawn
today for us as well? Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
“Ordinary” is not always a desirable adjective. Who would not be insulted to receive a thank-you note for your “ordinary birth-
day gift,” or “the ordinary hospitality at the dinner party”? No restaurant advertises its “ordinariness,” no car dealer seats a customer
at the steering wheel and whispers, “Look how ordinary it is!” Yet here we are in “Ordinary Time.” The word carries a different
meaning here: it does not mean these days are dull, boring, pedestrian, uninteresting. It means “ordinal,” or “numbered” Sundays, a
season of the year when we follow the story of Jesus’ life and ministry in an ordered way, with each Sunday assigned an ordinal
You can amaze your friends with this example of Catholic arithmetic: the “Ordinary Sundays” begin with the last Sunday of
Christmas, the Baptism of the Lord, continue until the Sunday before Ash Wednesday, and resume after a cluster of feasts following
Pentecost Sunday. The numbers are calculated by counting backwards from the Solemnity of Christ the King, the Thirty-fourth Sun-
day in Ordinary Time. Now you know there is nothing “ordinary” about “Ordinary Time!” —James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TODAY’S READINGS READINGS FOR THE WEEK
First Reading — The people of Nineveh believed God Monday: 2 Sm 5:1-7, 10; Mk 3:22-30, or any
and turned from their evil ways (Jonah 3:1-5, 10). readings from the Mass “For Peace and
Psalm — Teach me your ways, O Lord (Psalm 25). Justice,” nos. 887-891
Second Reading — The world in its present form is Tuesday: 2 Sm 6:12b-15, 17-19; Mk 3:31-35
passing away (1 Corinthians 7:29-31). Wednesday: Acts 22:3-16 or Acts 9:1-22; Mk 16:15-18
Gospel — This is the time of fulfillment. The kingdom of Thursday: 2 Tm 1:1-8 or Ti 1:1-5; Mk 4:21-25
God is at hand (Mark 1:14-20). Friday: 2 Sm 11:1-4a, 5-10a, 13-17; Mk 4:26-34
Saturday: 2 Sm 12:1-7a, 10-17; Mk 4:35-41
Sunday: Dt 18:15-20; Ps 95; 1 Cor 7:32-35;
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 22, 2012
The kingdom of God is at hand.
Repent and believe in the Gospel.
~ Mark 1:15
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1245 W. Longview Avenue (419) 747-4777 O’Donnell & Kitzler, L.L.P.
Local Proprietors, Mike and Mary Berry - Attorneys At Law -
DISTRIBUTOR OF ANHEUSER-BUSCH BEER 3 N. Main 419-524-8200
350 Marion Avenue TOGLIATTI SEWING CENTER
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(Former Finefrock Funeral Home) QUALITY FABRICS
893 PARK AVE. W 419-524-5100
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3240 Park Avenue West, Mansfield, OH 44906
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