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					OUR LADY, QUEEN OF THE MOST HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL                                            April 8, 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,
 I welcome all our visitors to Rosary Cathedral for       Phil Haines, Robert Hardesty, Bill Henderson, Pat
 Easter. It is a joy to have you celebrate with us the    Hendricks, Marty Hettle, Alice Marie King, John F. King,
                                                          Judith Lerner, Ana Lopes, Dean Malone, Michael
 Solemnity of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. To
                                                          McKittrick, Richard Murphy III, Katie Nichols, Lisa
 our parishioners and weekly attendees, I thank you       Nordhaus, Bryan Olnhausen, Debbie Olnhausen, Nick
 for your ongoing support of this parish and our          Pinkstaff,John Price, Mary Jo Price, Carol Rigg, Dennis
 magnificent Cathedral.                                   Rigg, O. B. Rose, Jerry Trzcinski, Erika Wheeler, Joey
                                                          Zaciewski, Joann Zimmel, Mary Kay, Patty, and Peggy.
 As we listen to the scripture readings on this
 solemnity, we see those who were closest to Jesus in
 utter amazement as they find Him raised from the
 dead. We, too, stand at the entrance to the tomb and
 marvel at the great mystery of our faith and joyously
                                                                       April 9 – April 15, 2012
 celebrate this gift of our salvation. May the Risen
 Lord fill your heart with peace and joy this Easter,     Monday    7:00 a.m.  Roy & Beatrice Smith
                                                          Tuesday   7:00 a.m. Intentions of Gary Stubleski
 and may that peace and joy be passed on to your          Wednesday 7:00 a.m.  Roy & Beatrice Smith
 family and friends.                                                 8:30 a.m. NO School Mass
                                                          Thursday 7:00 a.m.  Mary E. Gerken
 May we continue to celebrate the glorious                Friday    7:00 a.m.  Roy & Beatrice Smith
 Resurrection of Jesus Christ for the next fifty days.    Saturday   8:00 a.m.  George J. Steger
                                                                    12:00 noon Diocesan Confirmations
                                                                     4:00 p.m  Genevieve Rapp
 Let us pray for one another.                             Sunday   10:00 a.m.     For the Parish
                                                          Rosary Cathedral Parish
 Monsignor William J. Kubacki                             Staff wishes each of you a
                                                          Blessed and Happy
 Cathedral Rector                                         Easter. May the Easter Season be a graced time for you
                                                          and your families as Christ’s Resurrection is celebrated.
                                                          Rosary Cathedral Parish Community wishes to extend
                                                          birthday greetings to Bishop Leonard Blair who will
There are no First Communion and Confirmation
                                                          celebrate his birthday on April 12th.
Classes on Easter Sunday. Confirmation class resumes at
9:00 a.m. on April 15th.                                          Happy Birthday, Bishop Blair!
Parish Bible Study There is no Bible                                          Easter Sunday
Study on Easter Sunday or on April                                              April 8, 2012
15. Classes will resume on April 22.                                        8:00 am Easter Mass
                                                                           10:00 am Easter Mass *
Your Lenten offering of Money for Operation
Rice Bowl can be put in the collection basket. Please                  * BISHOP LEONARD P. BLAIR
mark the envelope with “For Operation Rice Bowl.”                 WILL BE CELEBRANT AT THIS SERVICE

April 8, 2012 Easter Sunday
            of the Resurrection of the Lord
First Reading Acts 10: 34a, 37-43 Peter brings the               Monday, April 9, 2012
good news to a new audience. God’s word is for all                No School All Week
the world to hear.                                               Tuesday, April 10, 2012
In the Second Reading, Colossians 3: 1-4 Paul                    Wednesday, April 11, 2012
encourages us to seek heavenly goals. One with the                7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Boy Scouts (Café)
                                                                 Thursday, April 12, 2012
glorified Jesus, we seek God’s viewpoint on our life.
                                                                  1:00 p.m. Gold Club
                                                                  5:30 p.m. Baptism Class
                          Gospel: John 20: 1-9 Mary               6:30 p.m. RCIA Class
                          Magdalene, Peter and John all           7: 30 p.m. Toledo Symphony Rehearsal
                          experience the empty tomb              Friday, April 13, 2012
                          but experience it differently.          7: 30 p.m. Toledo Symphony Rehearsal
                                                                  7: 30 p.m. Knights of Columbus Meeting
                       Readings for next weekend:                Saturday, April 14, 2012
April 15, 2012 Divine Mercy Sunday                                12:00 Noon Diocesan Confirmations
First Reading: Acts 4: 32-35                                      3:00 p.m. Confessions
Second Reading: 1 John 5: 1-6                                    Sunday, April 15, 2012
Gospel: John 20: 19-31                                            9:00-9:45 a.m. Confirmation Class
                                                                  4:00 p.m. Toledo Symphony Orchestra Concert

                                                                 Rosary Cathedral School will be closed from April 9-
                                                                 13. Classes will resume on April 16th.
                                                                 The Gold Club will meet on April 12
March 31/April 1 , 2012
                                                                 at 1:00 p.m. There will be a
118 OffertoryEnvelopes                   $       4,375.50        presentation on Safety for Seniors. All
Loose Cash                               $         772.36        parishioners 50 years-old and older are
15 Mailed Offerings                      $         705.00        invited to attend. No reservations are
3 Electronic Offerings                   $         160.00        needed.
Total Offertory                          $       6,012.86
                                                                 WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER: Married
Average 39 weeks                $                 3,794.68       couples, why not give yourselves a weekend away from it
Minimum Weekly Offertory Needed $                 4,200.00       all? If that sounds good, sign up now for a Worldwide
Total Year to Date Received     $               147,992.67       Marriage Encounter Weekend. For more information, or to
                                                                 register for a weekend, contact Brian and Chris Schroeder
Easter Collection                        $            25.00      at 419-538-7210 or bcschroeder@bright.net. Upcoming
                                                                 dates: April 20-22, 2012 at The Ramada in Toledo, OH
Easter Flower Memorial Fund All Easter flower                    and October 19-21, 2012 at The Findlay Inn in Findlay.
memorials can be dropped in the collection basket or sent
to the parish office. A list will be published in the bulletin   Saints Adalbert and Hedwig Parish Divine Mercy
during the Easter season.                                        Sunday April 15 1:30 – 2:45 p.m. Confessions and
                                                                 Adoration 3:00 p.m. Mass and the singing of the Divine
Christian Meditation at Lial Renewal Center On                   Mercy Chaplet. Immediately following the Divine Mercy
Sunday, April 15, from 3 – 8 p.m., Rev. Kevin Maksym             Mass, there will be a dinner in the Saint Adalbert Parish
will introduce the practice of Christian meditation and          Hall. Reservations are required for the dinner. Call the
guide it. Fee of $35 includes an evening meal. For more          Rectory at (419) 241-4179 by April 10 to reserve. There is
information or to register, contact Sr. Dean at Lial             no charge for this meal, but a free-will donation is
Renewal Center, 5908 Davis Road in Whitehouse,                   appreciated!
mdpfahler@toledosnd.org or 419-877-0432 by April 11.
OUR LADY, QUEEN OF THE MOST HOLY ROSARY CATHEDRAL                                                 April 8, 2012
Salesian Club Card Party -- Come on April 22 at 1:00           Central Catholic Annual Celebrity Event A roast of
p.m. to the St. Clement Community Center (2990                 Joe Zerbey, President and General Manager of The Blade,
Tremainsville Rd) Donation $8.00 For Tallies, call Joan        will highlight Central Catholic High School’s 6th Annual
Ozuk (419-478-0987) Enjoy an afternoon of cards,               Celebrity Event on Thursday, April 19 at Parkway Place
friendship, a delicious lunch and prizes.                      in Maumee. Social hour with cash bar begins at 5:30 p.m.,
                                                               and dinner will be served at 6:30. Dinner entrées include
“Nun Run” The women religious of the Diocese of                your choice of Steak Diane, Chicken Scallopini, or a
Toledo are offering young adult women the opportunity to       stuffed tomato vegetarian option. Dinner will be served
visit their communities through a series of “Nun Runs”.        by celebrity waiters. Contact Central Catholic at 419-
These day-long events take place in April and September        255-2306 or email tkoralewski@centralcatholic.org for
of 2012 and 2013. The first run is set for Saturday, April     reservation information. Dinners are $40 per person, and a
14 and includes a trip to the Little Sisters of the Poor,      tip to your waiter is your donation. All proceeds benefit
Sisters of the Precious Blood, and the Ursuline Sisters, all   the Central Catholic scholarship fund.
in the metro Toledo area. Participants will spend the day
learning about the communities and their ministries,           Healthy Relationships, a free, six-week program for adult
praying with the sisters and sharing lunch and dinner with     women, will return to Heartbeat of Toledo on Thursday,
the women religious. There is no cost for participants. To     April 19, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Heartbeat’s new offices,
learn more or to register for April 14, contact Sr. Amy        4041 W. Sylvania Ave., Suite LL4, directly across from
Junk, CPPS at 419-841-4907 orsamjcpps@gmail.com .              Westfield Franklin Park Mall. For more information or to
Check www.toledovocations.com. For more information.           register, please call Heartbeat at 419-241- 9131. Healthy
                                                               Relationships is a program that focuses on helping women
The Little Sisters of the Poor will host an All –U- Can        make better choices and gain self-respect that will enhance
Eat Spaghetti Supper on Wednesday, April 18th from             their ability to form healthy, lasting relationships.
4 to 7:00 pm (Take out available at 3:00pm). The event
will be held at the Sacred Heart Home for the Elderly at        Dan Schutte, Noted Catholic Composer, to Perform
the corner of Navarre and Wynn Roads across from               Concert in Adrian Have you felt uplifted and inspired
Pearson Park. Dinner will include spaghetti, homemade          when singing or listening to such hymns as “Here I Am,
sauce, garlic bread, hot or cold beverage, tossed salad and    Lord,” “City of God,” and “Sing a New Song”? Dan
dessert. Adults are $8, Children 3 to 12 years are $5 and      Schutte, the composer of these and numerous other hymns,
under 2 eat for free. Special Addition: “Book on the Go”       will perform a free concert at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, April
Book & Gift fair where 20% of the proceeds go to the           15, 2012, in St. Catherine Chapel, on the Motherhouse
Sisters. If you have any questions please call 419-698-        campus of the Adrian Dominican Sisters, 1257 E. Siena
4331 or e-mail to: actoregon@littlesistersofthepoor.org.       Heights Drive, Adrian, Michigan. The concert is open to
All proceeds will help the Little Sisters continue their       the public, and a free-will offering will be taken. His CDs
work of caring for the elderly poor in NW Ohio.                and music books will be available for purchase.

                                                               Central Catholic Lunch & Learn to Focus on Difficult
                                                               Aging Decisions The Planned Giving Committee of
                                                               Central Catholic High School will present a Lunch &
                                                               Learn seminar on Wednesday, April 25 from 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, April 15th, at 4:00 p.m. The Toledo                    to 1:30 p.m. in the Fondessy Room of the CCHS Sullivan
Symphony Orchestra will perform the Bruckner                   Center. The seminar, Facing Those Difficult Aging
Symphony # 3 conducted by Stefan Sanderling.                   Decisions –For Yourself or a Loved One, will feature
Tickets ($35.00) are required and can be purchased from        guest presenter Emilie Wenzler Owens, the vice president
the TSO Box Office, 419-246-8000.                              of nutrition and wellness at the Area Office on Aging of
                                                               Northwestern Ohio. The presentation will include topics
Mary Immaculate Rummage Sale-April 28th                        such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, driving ability, living
It's time to start spring cleaning. Please drop off your       arrangements, diet changes, and staying healthy as you
gently used items from April 20-April 27 at the school at      age. This seminar is open to the public with lunch
3835 Secor Road. Please make sure all clothing items are       provided at no cost. Donations are greatly appreciated. To
clean and repaired. We CANNOT accept infant/toddler            register for this event, please contact Mary Pierce in the
car seats or cribs. For more information, please call          Central Catholic Office of Institutional Advancement at
419.474.1688.                                                  419-255-2306 or email mpierce@centralcatholic.org.

       DAY & TIME           SAT., April 14         SUN., April 15           SAT., April 21             SUN., April 22
                              4:00 PM                10:00 AM                 4:00 PM                    10:00 AM
                                                                            Neophyte Mass
         LECTORS               R. Knowles             J. Maher                RCIA                     T. Russel
                               L. Johnson             S. Avina                Members                  J. Malhoit

          EXTRA-           1. J. Marciniak           1.    S. Gage        1. M. Canales          1.    M Tran
         ORDINARY                                    2.    M. J. Flores                          2.    D.Tomczak
        MINISTERS          2. T. Marciniak           3.    E. Glowacki    2. M. Butcher          3.    B. McDonagh
           OF                                        4.    M. Glowacki                           4.    B. McDonagh
          HOLY                                       5.    L. Nordhaus                           5.    S. Avina
       COMMUNION                                     6.    K. Wielfaert                          6.    S. Lopes

                            E. Piccinini           K. Logan                  N. Ashman                K. Logan
           ALTAR            D. Piccinini           M. Hoffman                D.Dillon                 M. Hoffman
          SERVERS           E. Piccinini           Need                      H. Dillon                Need
                                                                             & 4 more

                           L. Hemmelgarn             J. Ibarra             L. Hemmelgarn               J. Ibarra
          USHERS           M. Torres                 E. Ibarra             M. Torres                   E. Ibarra
                           M. Cortez                 C. Toral              M. Cortez                   C. Toral
                           J. Wilkinson              V. Olvera             J. Wilkinson                V. Olvera
                           J. Soinski                                      J. Soinski

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.
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
the conference.
                                                                   order to receive a pastoral visit, the Sacrament of the Sick
                                                                   or Holy Communion.

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