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 MASS INTENTIONS & MASS SCHEDULE                                        Crafters for Charity
         FOR THE WEEK OF                                 Third Annual fundraiser for Loaves and Fishes
        Monday, October 15, 2012                        Crafters for Charity will have a booth at the
                Through                                 upcoming Altrusa Bazaar on November 10. We
        Sunday, October 21, 2012                        plan to sell American Doll clothes and accessories
                                                        again as this proved to be a successful focus last
Mon. 5:15PM     Tim Davern                              year. If you are a crafter (knitter, crotchetier,
Tues. 7:00AM    Paul & Lorraine Aurit                   quilter, seamstress, jewelry beadier, etc.), please
Wed. 5:15PM     Ed Haney                                consider contributing to our cause. 100% of the
Thurs. 7:00AM   O’Hern Anniversary                      money raised will go directly to Loaves and Fishes.
Fri. 9:15AM     Special Intentions                      If you have any questions or would like to help,
       5:15PM   Joan Bouslog                            please contact Joy McQuillan at 833-4689
Sat. 5:15PM     Lawrence Bozinovich
Sun. 8:00AM     Special Intentions
     10:30AM    People of the Parish                                 Our last pick up day for 4th grade recycling
                                                                        will be Oct. 19, 2012. Please help the
                                                                       4th grade effort by saving aluminum
              COLLECTIONS
                                                                       cans, aluminum siding, aluminum gutters,
   Offertory needed each week           $8,155.00                     copper wire and old car batteries. There
                        Offertory       $9,154.75                     will be a truck in the school parking lot on
                      Roof Fund            $83.25                    the morning of Oct. 19th.
                   Building Fund          $279.50       Thank you for your help!!!
                  Cemetery Fund           $223.00
           (Includes “Online Giving”)
                                                        ~ SAVE THE DATE ~
          NEXT WEEK’S READINGS                          St. Paul Cookie Walk (sponsored
      Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time              by Women’s Guild) will again be part of
1st Reading: Isaiah 53:10-11.                           Dickens on the Square, Saturday, Dec. 1st from
2nd Reading: Hebrews 4:14-16.                           8am-2pm at Taylor Hall (125 S. Randolph). There
     Gospel: Mark 10:35-45.                             is always and excellent selection of homemade
                                                        cookies, candies, sweet breads and pies to
            Calendar of Upcoming Events
                                                        purchase for the holidays.
Oct 14            Confirmation Classes
Oct 16       7PM RCIA (Chapel)
Oct 17      10AM EPIC Bible Study - Rel. Ed. Ctr        Theology of the Body Event
Oct 17       6PM Bible Timeline Study – Rel. Ed. Ctr.   We are excited to be offering a full day seminar on God,
Oct 17    7:00PM Choir Practice (Chapel)                Sex, and the Meaning of Life: an Introduction to the
Oct 18       9AM Bible Timeline Study – Rel. Ed. Ctr.   Theology of the Body, at Epiphany Parish in Normal,
Oct 18       6PM EPIC Bible Study – Rel. Ed. Ctr.       IL on Saturday October 20, 2012 from 9-3:30. The
Oct 25            No School - Parent/Teacher Conf       presentation will include revolutionary teaching
Oct 26            No School - Parent/Teacher Conf       on human sexuality, marriage, God, and what it means
                                                        to be created man and woman. Based on audience
                                                        addresses of Blessed John Paul II, the seminar is for
                       Music for                        adults (young and old), whether married, single,
             28th Sunday in Ordinary Time               engaged, parents, religious, regular church-goers or
                    October 14, 2012                    those not observing a faith tradition. (Appropriate for
ENTRANCE: As We Gather at Your Table - #1 on            mature high school students and up). Our speaker
Page 203 in the Missalette                              is Damon Owens, Executive director of the Theology of
                                                        the Body Institute, seen on EWTN and other news
PREPARATION OF GIFTS: Seed, Scattered & Sown
                                                        outlets. You may go online at
- #348 in the Music Issue                               www.bntheologyofthebody.com to register online and to
RECESSIONAL: Holy Wisdom, Lamp of Learning -            get more information. Register early. Don't miss
#528 in the Music Issue                                 this big event! You can also contact Robin 309-888-
                                                        4111, poston1993@comcast.net with questions.
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                 ONE SUNDAY FOR THE                                 Alzheimer’s Association to Present
                 WHOLE WORLD                                           Caregiver Program in Dixon
                         Next Sunday, Pope Benedict
                 XVI calls every Catholic in the              DIXON -- The Alzheimer’s Association-Central Illinois
                 world to celebrate our vocation to           Chapter will present Facing New Challenges, a program
be missionary. It’s World Mission Sunday!                     that provides information on caring for someone with
        As Catholics around the world — here at               memory loss and teaches new communication
home and in the Missions — gather at the Eucharist            techniques for caregivers, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Monday.
around the table of the Lord, we are to pray for the          Oct. 15. It will be held at the OSF Institute on Aging,
Church’s worldwide missionary work. We pray for               8600 Illinois Route 91, Suite 130, Peoria.
those awaiting the “Good News” of our Lord’s great
love for us and for the missionaries who offer the            Staff will explain normal aging versus aging with
poor and suffering the light of Christ. And we are to         dementia; safety concerns, including driving and
offer financial help through the Society for the              wandering; community resources; planning for the
Propagation of the Faith for more than 1,150                  future; and agency services. Time also will be allotted
dioceses in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the               for specific questions about memory loss.
Pacific Islands.
                                                              Materials fee is $5 per person or $10 per family.
                                                              Individuals should register at least a day in advance by
    Alzheimer’s 101 session to be held in                     calling the office at 800.272.3900.

                 Princeville                                  The Alzheimer’s Association – Central Illinois Chapter is a
                                                              donor-supported, not-for-profit health organization serving
PRINCEVILLE -- The Alzheimer's Association - Central          20 counties in central Illinois. Its three office locations –
Illinois Chapter is offering a session called “Alzheimer’s    Quincy, Peoria, and Dixon – serve the needs of those affected
101” on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012, at Lillie M. Evans           by Alzheimer’s and related dementias; advocate for policy
Library, 207 N. Walnut St., Princeville. The program is       changes and research funding; and work in conjunction with
scheduled from 5:30-7:30 p.m.                                 its national offices in Chicago and Washington, D.C., to
                                                              advance research toward prevention, treatment and a cure.
Alzheimer’s 101 explores the common causes of                 Core programs include information and referral, care
                                                              consultations, education, support groups, and safety services.
memory loss, including Alzheimer’s disease and other
related dementias, the stages and symptoms of
                                                              For disease, caregiver and program information, visit the
Alzheimer’s, the importance of a good medical                 Chapter website at alz.org/illinoiscentral.
examination, current research and treatments.

The program is open to the public and reservations are        Cathy is in the process of scheduling Lectors;
required at least a day in advance. There will be a $5        Extraordinary Ministers; Servers and Ushers for the
per person materials fee. For more information or to          next two-month cycle. If you have any special
register, call the Chapter office toll free at                requests, please contact her
800.272.3900.                                                 at imirish49@gmail.com or leave a message at 837-
                                                              6370. She will not be taking requests after October
This session of Alzheimer’s 101 is co-funded by the           15th.
Central Illinois Agency on Aging.                             This cycle also includes the Christmas Season. If you
                                                              and your family wish to participate in the Christmas
The Alzheimer's Association - Central Illinois Chapter is a   Masses -- please let Cathy know. Christmas Masses
donor supported, not-for-profit health organization           are 12/24 @ 5:00 and 7:30 p.m. and 12/25 at 9:30 a.m.
serving 20 counties. The Chapter is committed to
providing educational and supportive services to help
people with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers cope with        The annual St. Paul School Christmas Wreath sale is
the disease and its impact on their lives. Disease,           underway. People can order wreaths, garland, center
                                                              pieces and more by calling the school office at 833-
caregiver and support information can be found at
                                                              2470. Many of the prices are the same from past years.
alz.org/illinoiscentral or by calling the 24/7 Helpline at    Deadline to order items are the week of October 22nd.
800.272.3900.

								
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