OUR LADY, QUEEN OF THE MOST HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL May 20, 2012
Wyatt Adams, Ray Alvarez, Kelly Arquett, Mary Ann
Arquett, Mary Bachli, Catherine Barnett, Matthew
Bennett, Sr. Mary Ann Brady, Max Bey, Joanne Bosch,
Dear Friends, James Damazyn, Mabel Damazyn, Molly DeLaney,
Augustine Escobar, Adriana Hackney, Mary Lou Hagan,
Today in the ecclesiastical province of Ohio we Phil Haines, Robert Hardesty, Bill Henderson, Pat
celebrate the Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Hendricks, Marty Hettle, Alice Marie King, John F. King,
Lord. Pope Benedict XVI writes, “the meaning of Judith Lerner, Ana Lopes, Dean Malone, Michael
the Ascension expresses our belief that in Christ the McKittrick, Richard Murphy III, Katie Nichols, Lisa
humanity that we all share has entered into the inner Nordhaus, Bryan Olnhausen, Debbie Olnhausen, Nick
life of God in a new and hitherto unheard way. It Pinkstaff, John Price, Mary Jo Price, Carol Rigg, Dennis
means that man has found an everlasting place in Rigg, Rochelle Rojas, O. B. Rose, Jerry Trzcinski, Erika
God”. It would be a mistake to interpret the Wheeler, Joey Zaciewski, Joann Zimmel, Mary Kay,
Ascension as “temporary absence of Christ from the Patty, and Peggy.
world.” Rather, “we go to heaven to the extent that Please call the parish office 419-244-9575 when names
we go to Jesus Christ and enter into him.” Heaven is can be removed from the prayer list above.
a person: “Jesus himself is what we call heaven.”
May the reflection on the readings of today’s Mass
be for us a source of inspiration to truly enter into
Jesus himself as we go about our daily living in the
May 21-27, 2012
This afternoon (May 20, 2012) Central Catholic Monday 7:00 a.m. Roy & Beatrice Smith
(1:00 p.m.) and Saint John Jesuit (6:00 p.m.) high Tuesday 7:00 a.m. Melissa Anderzack
schools celebrate their baccalaureate Mass here at Wednesday 7:00 a.m. Roy & Beatrice Smith
the Cathedral. This is the culmination of five 8:30 a.m. Joanne Slowinski
baccalaureate Masses in the last five days. It is Thursday 7:00 a.m. Maryada TenEyck
always good to see so many people come to the Friday 7:00 a.m. Roy & Beatrice Smith
Cathedral for these celebrations. May God bless all Saturday 8:00 a.m. Joseph Schira
4:00 p.m For the Parish
the graduates of these high schools and give them
Sunday 10:00 a.m. Deborah Goller Showman
hope for the future.
Let us pray for one another. Our Lady of Consolation Shrine, Carey, OH will host
an Italian Heritage Day, Sunday, May 20, with Mass in
Monsignor William J. Kubacki
Italian at 12:00 noon. All are welcome.
The MultiFaith Council of Northwest Ohio (MFC) invites
Bible Study We will meet Sunday after
all to attend the Family Picnic / Garden Party on May
Mass in Activity Room II in the parish
20th from 3:00-7:00pm at the First Unitarian Church
offices. We start at 11:15 AM and we are
across from the UT Medical Campus. Rep. Marcy
on our way home for lunch by 12:30. We
Kaptur will speak in honor of the Heroes of Compassion
are experiencing the narrative books of the
and the theme for the event is gardens. Please bring
Bible through “The Great Adventure Bible Timeline” by
your favorite salad topping, appetizer, or picnic side
by Jeff Cavins, Dr. Tim Gray and Sarah Christmyer. All
and the rest will be provided.
our welcome, young and old.
SOLEMNITY OF THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD
READINGS FOR TODAY
May 20th Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord
First Reading Acts 1: 1-11 The Risen Lord
prepares the apostles to proclaim the gospel.
In the Second Reading,
Ephesians 1:17-23 Paul May 12/13, 2012
considers the many gifts the 105 Offertory Envelopes $ 2,859.00
ascended Jesus has Loose Offertory $ 538.20
bestowed on his followers. 2 Mailed Offerings $ 15.00
Total Offertory $ 3,412.20
Gospel Mark 16: 15-20
Jesus commissions his Average 45 weeks $ 3,827.70
Minimum Weekly Offertory Needed $ 4,200.00
disciples to proclaim the
Total Year to Date Received $ 172,246.71
gospel to every creature.
Readings for next weekend: Easter Collection $ 10.00
Ascension $ 20.00
May 27, 2012 Pentecost Sunday
First Reading: Acts 2: 1-11
Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 12: 3b-7, 12-13
Gospel: John 20:19-23
St. Joseph Parish 5373 Main Street, Sylvania, OH
Festirama 2012 May 20 – 11am-7pm Entertainment:
Live Bands: Madison Avenue, NuTones, and South
Cambridge Barbequed Chicken Dinner – Sun 11am-5pm
Monday, May 21, 2012 Poker, Bingo, Children’s Fun Spot, Adult Raffles, Market
Tuesday, May22, 2012 on Main, & Great Foods
6:30 p.m. Parish & Finance Council Meeting
Wednesday, May 23, 2012 May 20, St. Richard, Swanton, will hold their annual
8:30 a.m. School Mass Spring Festival. Enjoy their famous BBQ chicken or
5:-30p.m. Choir Practice beef dinners, games, crafts and music. It all begins with
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Boy Scouts (Café) the 10:30 Mass including Polka music. All are welcome
Thursday, May 24, 2012 and invited to attend.
Friday, May 25, 2012
St. Charles Church, 1842 Airport Hwy, will host a Bar-
Saturday, May 26, 2012
B-Que Chicken Dinner Saturday, May 26th from 3 -
3:00 p.m. Confessions
7pm. Dinner Tickets are on sale now and may be
Sunday, May 27, 2012
purchased at their parish office. Office from 9am - 2pm ~
419.535.7077 or after masses at St. Charles. Adults -
The Gold Club will meet on Thursday, $10.00; Seniors 60+ - $8.00; Children 10 and under -
June 7 at 1:00 p.m. It will be Party Time $5.00; Youth 2 and under are free with adult purchase.
with games and songs. Come and enjoy Families of 5 or more receive $5.00 off total cost.
The Padua Center welcomes you to the St. Hyacinth’s Holy Family Society’s Pig Roast will be
Fourth Annual Urban Chicken Festival at 1416 held in the school hall at 728 Parkside Blvd. on Sunday
Nebraska Ave. June 2 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Raffles, June 3, from noon until 2 p.m. Tickets can be purchased
rummage sale, BBQ chicken, Polish sausage, hotdogs, at the door. $9.00 for adults and $6.00 for children under
entertainment and free games for the children. 12 years of age.
OUR LADY, QUEEN OF THE MOST HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL May 20, 2012
St. Augustine's Homeschool Enrichment Program is
now enrolling students for the 2012-2013 academic
year! Are you a homeschooling family or are interested in
homeschooling but don't know where to start? St.
Augustine's HEP may be able to help you! St Augustine's
Newman Singers Concert at St. John’s Point Place is an 8-year homeschool program that provides instruction
On Sunday, May 20 at 7 p.m., St. John the Baptist to your children ages 9-18 (5th grade through 12th grade)
Church in Point Place, 5153 N. Summit St., Toledo, will from professional tutors one or two days/week. What is
be hosting the Newman Singers IN CONCERT. The initiated in the classes is completed at home during the
Newman Singers, a liturgical & concert group from the remaining days of the week. If you are interested in
Newman Catholic Student Center in Iowa City, Iowa, have learning more, please consider attending our Open House
toured the country for the past fifteen years, building a on Sunday, May 20, 2012 on the Campus of Blessed
reputation for leadership in contemporary liturgical & Sacrament Parish from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Light hors
inspirational music. They have appeared at churches, d'oeuvres will be served and St. Augustine parents, tutors
schools, and conventions, presenting concerts, giving and students will be on hand to answer your questions.
workshops on liturgical music, youth ministry and youth Come see who we are and what we are all about! You may
choirs, and leading congregations in liturgy. The concert is register your student online at
FREE and all are welcome to attend. For more www.staugustinestoledo.com or you may call us at 419-
information on the Newman Singers, please visit their 442-7958. We are looking forward to talking with you!
website at www.newmansingers.com. Please direct any
questions regarding this event to Valerie Adamski at 419- May 23rd is the date for the St. Augustine 25-Cent
726-2034 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Frenzy – being held in the Blessed Sacrament Donnelly
Neighborhood Center, 4227 Bellevue, Toledo. This will
be a wonderful, fun evening of entertainment and bargains
using only quarters to bid on products. Each participant
pays an admission fee of $5 to gain entrance to the
fundraiser event. The admission fee buys each participant
one paddle which can be used to bid on products from a
The National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for variety of vendors that are up for auction throughout the
Mariners and People of the Sea is Tuesday, May 22. evening. Additional paddles can be purchased for $1 each.
Because our diocese borders the Great Lakes region and Proceeds from the sale of admission and paddles is
many are involved in waterway commerce and activities, donated to the St. Augustine Home School Enrichment
the Office of Divine Worship offers the following Program. For questions, please contact Diana VanWinkle
intercession which may be included in the Prayer of the at 419-261-1762.
Faithful on Sunday, May 20, 2012.
Msgr. Bill Kubacki will appear as a guest on the
Please join us in protecting the sanctity of life - Helpers Annunciation Radio Spring Sharathon on Thursday,
of God’s Precious Infants Prayer Vigil 6:00P.M. May 24th during the 8-9AM hour. Please tune in to
Thursday June 7th, at Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary WNOC 89.7 FM during this hour and help Msgr. Kubacki
Cathedral. Any questions call Mary Kay Smith at 419- support Catholic Radio by making a pledge or donating,
878-0486 www.helpers-nwo.org and making Rosary Cathedral Parish shine on
Annunciation Radio. The station is listener supported and
Registrations are now being accepted for the Twelfth needs your help in order to continue its ministry. The
Annual CATHOLIC YOUTH SUMMER Sharathon will take place May 23rd thru 25th from 7
CAMP, June 10-15, June 17-22, July 23-28, and July AM until 6 PM. Call 877-275-8098 to donate or visit
29-Aug. 3. Open to all incoming 6-12 AnnunciationRadio.com. May God bless you for your
graders, this six-day resident camp features high generosity! Please tune in and show your support for
adventure activities in an intentionally Catholic Msgr. Kubacki and for Annunciation Radio.
environment. Information and Registration online at:
www.cysc.com. For additional information, See the Parish Book Rack for more fliers for Summer
contact Bob Moraine, Camp Director, email@example.com Camp opportunities and other local events.
SOLEMNITY OF THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD
DAY & TIME SAT., May 26 SUN., May 27 SAT., June 2 SUN., June 3
4:00 PM 10:00 AM 4:00 PM 10:00 AM
LECTORS S. Muggy J. Brown A. Reinhart E. Glowacki
C. Keran T. Russell R. Angelo M. Glowacki
EXTRA- 1. T. Marciniak 1. M.J. Flores 1. P. Felton 1. L. Nordhaus
ORDINARY 2. S. Avina 2. S. Gage
MINISTERS 2. J. Marciniak 3. D. Tomczak 2. M. Knowles 3. M. Butcher
OF 4. K. Wielfaert 4. R. Gackstetter
HOLY 5. R. Knowles 5. E. Salazar
COMMUNION 6. L. Johnson 6. M. Warrick
MC J. Kibler J. Kibler G. Hoffman G. Hoffman
ALTAR N. Ashman E. Piccinini D. Dillon B. Thomas
SERVERS Need D. Piccinini H. Dillon D. Thomas
Need E. Piccinini Need M. Hoffman
J. Ibarra M. Coleman M. Coleman L. Hemmelgarn
USHERS E. Ibarra B. Johnson B. Johnson M. Torres
C. Toral G. Habbouche G. Habbouche M. Cortez
V. Olvera Need Need J Wilkinson
PARISH REGISTRATION: Please notify the Parish SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE: Marriages at Rosary
Office at 419-244-9575 when you have a telephone Cathedral are celebrated on Fridays at 5 p.m. or 6 p.m.,
number and/or address change so we can keep our Saturdays at 12 noon, 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Engaged couples
records current. New members are always welcome should contact the parish office a minimum of six months
and can register in person or by calling the Parish in advance in order to complete the necessary
Office. preparation. At least one member of the couple MUST be
in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM: Baptisms are
celebrated at Rosary Cathedral during the Saturday SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: Confessions
4:00 p.m. Mass, Sunday 10:00 a.m. and at 11:15 a.m are heard each Saturday from 3-3:30 pm in the Cathedral.
on the third Sunday of the month. Parents of first-born Communal Reconciliation services are also held during
children are required to attend a one-hour preparation the seasons of Advent and Lent.
conference before the baptism. Call the parish office at
HOSPITAL VISITATION: When admitted to an area
419-244-9575 for more information and to register for
hospital, parishioners should contact the Parish Office in
order to receive a pastoral visit, the Sacrament of the Sick
or Holy Communion.