O UR L ADY OF P ERPETUAL H ELP C ATHOLIC C HURCH
ST. BONIFACE OLPH
W ILLIAMSBURG , KY Sat. Jan 26 Sat. Feb. 2 Sun. Jan 27 Sun. Feb 3
& Date 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 9:00 am 9:00 am
S T . B ONIFACE C ATHOLIC C HURCH Server --- --- --- --- --- --- Charlotte Fichter Meko York
J ELLICO , KY/TN Lector Joyce McMullen Holly Buchanan Ken Reed Charlotte Fichter
Parish Office: 606-549-2156 EMHC(s) Deacon Kevin Mary Jo Leygraaf Russell Brooks Jayma Moore
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Williamsburg, Kentucky 40769 Gifts Peggy Partin Ruby Klein
Roman Catholic J & S Reed B & K Reed
E-Mail: email@example.com M & D Hall Venna Gast
of Lexington Parish Life Director: Sr. Margie Verhoff, CD Refreshments --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
549-2156 (Office) 344-1707 (Cell) 539-9740 (Home)
Parish Minister: Sr. Mary Joyce Moeller, CDP PRAYER REQUESTS
549-2156 (Office) 539-9740 (Home) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Jim Tom Walter, Sonja Evans, Jim & Hazel York, Venna Gast, Katie Schramm, Wilma Bryant, Frank Cuel,
. . . . . . . . . Bill Leach, Rita St. John, Jack McCullah (Sherry Reed’s father), Timothy Barnhill, Don Mullis, Rayford
Watts, Pernie & Husband, Sara & Wilbur Dean, Sandi Hurst, Janetta, Sue Claxton, Barbara Newburg,
O UR L ADY OF P ERPETUAL H ELP P ARISH Sharon Williford, Chuck Carpenter, Marilyn Moses, Damien Brown, George Hazelbaker, Arthur (Shorty)
Parish Priest – Fr. Anthony Muthu, HGN Canada, Julia Swain, Marian Colette, Cassie & Clifton Centers, Jerry and Polly Wilson, Nathan Russell,
606-627-4903 (Cell) 606-546-4461(Office – St. Gregory, Barbourville) Jason Tye, Joann Duncan, John & Polly Spott, Rev. Horace Partin, David Kendell, Wayne Jing, Garrett
Email: email@example.com Swain, Reba Burton, Debbie Hughes, Edie Roebacker, Ronald Wilson, John & Bea Brown, Bill Moses, Eric
. . . . . . . . . Laschon, Traci Chambers, Linda Daugherty, Matt Brooks, Andy Gebert; James, Man-li, Jonathan, and
Mariah Wallace; Debra Mansfield, Jackie Mason, James Paslawski, Irene Phillips, Audry Spyr, Judy Cox,
S T . B ONIFACE P ARISH Mary Kay Ryan, Joyce Golden, Donald Bunce, Margaret McKenna, Zaira Donadello, Barbara & Ferrell
Parish Priest – Fr. Michael Weglicki Carnes, Mark Chute, Anthony Engle, Abby Burek, Wendy Crawford & family, Michele Lanbman, Leonard
Phone: 606-528-5222 (Office – Sacred Heart, Corbin) Fichter, Fr. Anthony’s Family, William Briggs, Maere Tekanene, Marlene Brown, Attie Pennington, Brent
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Granger, Patricia Good, Sylvia Manning, Elizabeth Shelton, Daniel Poston, Phyllis Daughtery, Brent
Langhals & family, Dan Compton, Greta Rymer, Margaret Gilreath, Joanne & George Leach, Eva Joann
O UR LADY OF P ERPETUAL HELP P ARISH ALSO SERVES AS THE Cuel, Mary Partin, Matt Morris.
N EWMAN C ENTER FOR U NIVERSITY OF THE C UMBERLANDS
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Sunday 9:00 A.M. Tuesday 7:00 P.M. Cross Roads subscriptions: It is that time again – when we accept your contribution to the subscription
Saint Boniface Saturday 6:00 P.M. (Sunday Mass of Anticipation) cost ($15.00) of the Diocesan newspaper “Cross Roads.” If you have not yet given your contribution, you
Holy Days – call Parish Office for Mass time for both Parishes can still do so Please place it in the envelope marked “Cross Roads,” (available on table in back of
church) and drop it in the collection basket. This Diocesan paper is sent to every parish household. The
MASS INTENTIONS: St. Boniface OLPH parish is billed for these subscriptions. Your help toward this expense is greatly appreciated.
1/26-27 St. B. Parishioners OLPH Parishioners
1/29 --- For Church Unity
2/2-3 R. C. Shelton Richard Petfalski
2/5 --- Michael & Gina Lembezeder CONGRATULATIONS, ELA, as you receive the Sacrament of Confirmation during Mass at OLPH this
Sunday. May the Holy Spirit be your constant companion and guide. Our prayers are with you.
THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE
YOUNG ADULT RETREAT: If you are an adult between 18-39, this is for you! A Hearts on Fire
Sunday, January 27th 5:45 p.m. (Sat.) St. Boniface – Confessions retreat is coming to Lexington! Join us Saturday, February 16, 2013 for a powerful day of music,
3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time 6:00 p.m. (Sat.) St. Boniface – Mass
prayer, faith formation, and spiritual renewal at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Hehman Hall
8:45 a.m. OLPH – Confessions from 8:30am until 9pm . A traveling missionary band of young Jesuits provides Hearts on Fire
9:00 a.m. OLPH – Mass & Confirmation/CCD
Seeds of Hope Food Pantry
Grades 2-3 retreats for young adults (ages 18-39). The day offers dynamic presentations and music, reflections
1:00 a.m. OLPH – Parish Town Hall meeting from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, suggestions on practical ways to connect faith
(beginning with lunch @ 1:00) and daily life, Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Reconciliation, and a coffeehouse social with live music.
3:15 p.m. OLPH – CCD Grade 5 Don't miss it! The suggested donation to attend this event is $20 each.
Tuesday, January 229th 6:45 p.m. OLPH – Confessions Registrations are accepted online at : http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4971275218
7:00 p.m. OLPH – Mass
Wednesday, January 30th 3:15 p.m. St. Boniface – CCD Grade 6
OLPH – Introduction to the
Thursday, January 31st 7:00 p.m.
Catholic Faith / R.C.I.A.
Diocesan History Books are available. This is a beautiful and special “coffee table” edition printed
February 3rd 5:45 p.m. (Sat.) St. Boniface – Confessions
6:00 p.m. (Sat.) St. Boniface – Mass for the 25th Anniversary of our Lexington Diocese. It begins “at the beginning,” going all the way
4 Sunday in Ordinary Time
back to the 1700’s, when this area was part of the Diocese of Quebec, and continues to the present
SecondCollection: OLPH 8:45 a.m. OLPH – Confessions
St. Camillus Academy 9:00 a.m. OLPH – Mass/CCD Grade 2-3 day. It contains pictures and a history of all the Diocese of Lexington parishes – our spiritual homes,
where we celebrate the sacraments, especially the Eucharist which is the source and summit of all
we do as Catholics. The cost is $35.00 per copy. Order forms are in the vestibule. If you would like
LOOKING AHEAD to buy one, please complete an order form and return it to Sr. Margie with your payment (checks
Wednesday, February 13 Ash Wednesday – Lent begins may be made out to your parish church).
OUR GIFTS OLPH St. Boniface
Sunday January 19/20 $118.50 $100.00 OLPH Parish Town Hall Meeting – today, Jan. 27. In order for Fr. Anthony to be able to join us for this
Second Collection – Opportunities For Life $13.00 $15.00 meeting, we will begin at 1:00 with a light lunch (soup, cheese, crackers...). We invite all parish members
to help plan the agenda. Simply write your questions or the topics you would like to discuss or hear
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 1:1-4; 4:14-21 about on a slip of paper and drop it in the box on the table in the back of church. A proposed agenda is
posted on the table near the “Questions / Topics...” box. Thank you.
Just as Ezra, in our first reading, read to the people from Scripture, Jesus
reads from the book of the prophet Isaiah about the Servant of the Lord. He
announces that he is the fulfillment of Scripture. Then he tells the crowd in the
synagogue that he is the one sent by God. His presence is their guarantee that a
"year of favor," or time of salvation, has begun. All eyes are glued on him as he
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – OPPORTUNITIES FOR LIFE needs YOU! A girl facing a difficult decision
puts down the scroll and takes his seat.
regarding the life of her unborn baby needs YOU. A baby whose mom is thinking about abortion
In this reading, Jesus identifies himself as the Messiah, as the one Isaiah
foretold would come to the people. He did this at the weekly worship at his local needs YOU. YOU can help her AND her baby. Opportunities for Life, is the Kentucky Catholic
synagogue. The gospel tells us that he was in the habit of worshipping there Church’s ministry to abortion-vulnerable women and men. Volunteers offer hope and resources to
weekly. callers who find the courage to seek our help. Helpline volunteers answer the helpline from their
homes at time that are convenient for them. Bi-lingual volunteers can be trained to answer the
Why did Jesus worship weekly? Spanish speaking helpline. OFL will be offering training workshops in your Diocese to prepare
What does this habit of Jesus' tell us about the importance of our weekly volunteers for service in this life affirming ministry. Answer the Call.....for more information
worship? contact OFL at 1-888-496-3638.
Where do we meet Jesus, the Messiah, on a weekly basis?
The Rally for Life, sponsored by Kentucky Right to Life Association, will be held at 11:00 am on
Thursday, February 7, 2013, in the Rotunda at the State Capitol in Frankfort. The rally will be
followed by a gathering of members of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign at 1PM in the
The Catechism is a systematic explanation of the Catholic faith, embracing both doctrine and moral
The term comes from the Greek verb “katecheo,” meaning “to teach” – more literally, “to
echo,” or faithfully transmit the beliefs and practices that have been entrusted to us.
The Catechism has four sections, or pillars: what we believe; how we celebrate what we
believe; how we live what we believe; and how we pray.
Its sources are Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, inspired and revealed by God.
PRAYER for the
25TH ANNIVERSARY of the DIOCESE OF LEXINGTON
50TH ANNIVERSARY of OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP PARISH
Almighty God, through the ages you watch over your daughters and sons.
Ever-faithful, you call us to respond to your grace.
This year we celebrate 25 years of mission as the Diocese of Lexington
and 50 years of the Catholic Parish of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
in Williamsburg, Whitley County.
We ask you to deepen our faith; fill our hearts with your love;
strengthen our encounter with Christ in the Eucharist;
guide us as one family; embolden us to proclaim the Gospel;
and help us to open the door of faith to all we meet.
Grant this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, forever and ever. Amen.