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					Mass Intentions for Week of October 24:                   Lectors,Ministers & Servers for 10-31 & 11-1:
Saturday Vigil: Thirtieth Ordinary Sunday                 4:30                                   8:00
4:30 50th Wedding Anniversary Dennis & Carole             L     R Hausrod                      B Kapalko
       Kaperak                                            HT F Havrilla                        J Shoop
Sunday Thirtieth Ordinary Sunday                          HM S Burger                          L Stuebner
8:00 For our Parish                                       HJ    G Smith                        A Aslaksen
10:00 Anniversary Albert Bonner by O‟Toole                CM D Race                            J Rush
      Family                                              CM C Race                          C Yurmanovich
12:00 Anniversary Ethan Mouisset by The Klare             CJ K Murray                          S Krajny
      Family                                              CJ S Peghnelli                       C Krajny
Monday Weekday                                            SERV L Costanzo                       M Laska
7:30 Luz Hill by Helen & Anthony Davis                    SERV G Costanzo                       M Como
Tuesday Weekday                                           SERV C Bello                          Alex Miller
7:30 Jim Schneider by Wife, Joanie                        SERV D Race                         C Harrington
Wednesday Simon & Jude, apostles                          10:00                                  12:00
7:30 Anniversary Andy Rusnak by Lorrie Coughlin           L      E Danckers                     S McComas
Thursday Weekday                                          HT     J Reddy                      D McCormick
7 PM Kathy Urig by Jean, Mike, & Bob Judge                HM C Matea                           Deb Ward
Friday Weekday                                            HJ     G Weber                        C Vallee
8:30 Eddie Guthrie by Isabella Guild                      CM K Nelson                           S Johnson
Saturday Vigil: All Saints Day                            CM Dennis Ward                        R Bakaitis
4:30 Domenic Accairri by Mike & Rose Jaworski             CJ     D Kuhner                       B Weimer
Sunday All Saints Day                                     CJ     L Kuhner                        C Wirtz
8:00 Anniversary John F. Rolston by Dad                   SERV S Cooney                          B McComas
10:00 Deceased Members of Legion of Mary                  SERV P Warns                           B Sabath
12:00 For our Parish                                      SERV S Finnegan                       A Goetz
                                                          SERV L Goodfellow                      M Cuva
Scripture Readings for October 25, 2009:
Jeremiah 31:7-9; Hebrews 5:1-6; Mark 10:46-52             Weekday Servers for Week of October 26:
                                                          M-T-W 7:30 AM: C Comer & C Seroka
Eucharistic Adoration will begin immediately              Thurs 7PM/ Fri 8:30 AM: S Cooney & K Crawford
following 7:30 AM Mass on Tuesday in our Sacred
Heart Chapel. Closing prayers begin at 7:30 PM. All       St. Joseph School News…
are welcome.                                              October 26 – Grade 6 leaves for Mohican Outdoor
                                                          School
Don’t Forget our Upcoming Parish Retreat on               October 30 – School Mass at 8:30 All welcome!
November 4, 5, & 6 at 7PM each evening with               Grade 6 returns from Mohican Outdoor School
internationally renowned author and speaker Matthew       October 31 – Trick or Treat 6-7:30 PM. Be Safe!!!
Kelly. This event is free and open to the public. There
will be a different talk each evening. This retreat is    Our 8th Grade Class is Hosting a Fall Fish Fry on
mandatory for our eighth grade Confirmation class.        Saturday, November 14 from 5:30-8:00 PM. For
**Note: Due to this retreat being held in the             $15/plate, choices are Lake Erie perch, shrimp, or
evening, daily Mass on Thursday, November 5 will          combo dinners. Kids‟ meals and carry-out also
be held at 7:30 AM. There will be no confessions          available. Order forms are on the bulletin board in the
heard on Thursday evening, November 5**                   gathering area. (Bennett Fish will provide the
                                                          catering).
Lou Balzer, one of our three seminarians, will speak
to us at each of the Masses this weekend for “National    PSR News… Grades 1-6 will meet on Monday,
Priesthood Sunday”. Let us continue to pray for Lou,      October 26 from 4:30-5:45 PM. Grade 8 will attend
Scott Goodfellow and John Schneider, and for all of       all 3 sessions of Matthew Kelly retreat, November 4,
the seminarians of our diocese, and for all young men     5 & 6 from 7-8:00 PM. Attendance will be taken.
considering such a call, especially those from our        Grade 7 will meet as usual on Sunday, November 1
parish.                                                   from 6:30-8:30 PM.
St. Joseph Parish Support for October 17 & 18:           Baptisms… Ryan James Albaugh, son of James L
Regular Offertory: $16,605.13                            and Elyse M Albaugh
Youth Contributions: $41.06
Good Deeds: 20                                           CYO High School Basketball Registration has been
Sister Parish: $5.00                                     extended until November 9. Go to
Debt Retirement: $1,045.00                               wwwstjoesavonlake.org to register and pay. Submit
World Mission Sunday: $434.00                            current physical and Emergency Authorization Forms
Year-to-date Budgeted Offertory: $400,000.00             into St. Joseph‟s CYO drop box located outside of
Year-to-date Offertory Contributions: $308,394.44        gym doors by November 9. Forms can be printed
Year-to-date Under Budget: $91,605.56                    from above website. Please contact Mary Kay
Total Debt (as of 10- 19-09): $ 755,915.13*              Schneider with any questions:
*this total will change monthly as contributions are     kmkschneider@oh.rr.com or 933-4706.
received and payment is made.

Please Remember in Your Prayers… Louis Pena,             WVIZ/PBS Channel 25 to Broadcast History of
Carolyn Jordanoff, Jeremy George, Dolores Karinno,       the Diocese’s Mother Church…”The Cathedral of
Jeanne Crist, Josephine Lott, Pauline Weisheit,          St. John the Evangelist: Everybody‟s Church” will air
Herbert Dunchack, Paul Macura, Patricia Kowalski,        on Thursday night, October 29 at 10:00 PM on
John Kowalski, Paul Kuznik, Jill Christmyer, Craig       channel 25. This locally produced program traces the
Behrend, Ida Sapienza, Mary Yurmanovich, Audrey          history of the mother church on the occasion of its
Meister, Lisa Carver, Michael Kula, Dick Randall,        160th anniversary and is worth your viewing time.
Mary Chambers, Matt DeChant, Marvin DeLuca,
Patsy Gerrone, Margaret Mehallo, The Keller Family,
Kevin Gillespie, Patty Parks, Bill Kortan, Sheryl        Catholic Bishops of Ohio have reviewed three
Ashby, Erwin Kapalko, Joanne Groden, Rose                statewide non partisan issues that will be placed
Gehring, Mary Seitz, Ruth Powell, Irene Krolik, Lisa     before the electorate on November 3, 2009: Issue 1 is
Smith, Ethan Bradley, Fran Ilg, Mary Webb, Kaitlyn       a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would
Kilmartin, Rosemary Lasso, Ann Amersbach, Debbie         authorize the state to issue bonds to compensate
Holmen, David Chisholm, Mary Coughlin,                   veterans of the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq
Georgeanne Rassie, Gene Andrews, Marianne                Conflicts. The bishops are “not opposed to” Issue 1.
Andrews, Larry & Jackie Meal, Gerry Walter, Bonnie       Issue 2 is a proposed Constitutional Amendment that
Miller, Barbara Stepp, Maryanne Schaefer, and all the    would create the Ohio Livestock Care Standards
ill of the parish…those deceased…those who are           Board. The bishops support passage of issue 2. Issue
lonely…those in need…those in the military. Thank        3 is a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would
You.                                                     allow one casino in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus
                                                         and Toledo. The bishops are opposed to issue 3.
A Flu Shot Clinic will be held in St. Joseph Hall on
Sunday, November 1 from 9 AM-12:00 Noon. Cost of         Avon/Avon Lake Relay for Life presents its first
the shot is $20 cash or check made payable to St. John   annual Vendor/Craft Fair on Saturday, November 7
West Shore Hospital. No insurance will be accepted,      from 9 AM-4 PM at the Avon Lake United Church of
but receipts will be given for reimbursement. You        Christ. There will be over 20 vendors/crafters
must be 18 years of age or older to receive the shot.    available to help you find that perfect gift. There will
Anyone allergic to eggs, chicken, or chicken feathers    also be a 50/50 raffle. Admission is $3.00. Please
should not receive the vaccine. No appointments or       come and support the 2010 Relay for Life!
sign-ups necessary. Please contact Barb at the rectory
office with any questions: 933-3152.                     Congratulations to Mark Loper, who will be
                                                         celebrating his First Holy Communion this Sunday.
The Last Remaining Pre-Baptismal Class for 2009
will be held at Holy Spirit on Thursday, November 19
at 7:30 PM. Please call to register at 933-3777. Pre-    Please Pray for the Repose of the Souls of…
Baptismal classes are required prior to the baptism of    Virginia Novak, parishioner; Mark Pappas, father of
your first child, but only necessary to attend once.     Melanie, Joe, and Mark Pappas. May they rest in
                                                         peace.
St. Mary’s Avon Altar & Rosary Society will be          Enjoy an Evening with the St. Edward High
hosting their Fall Card Party Luncheon on               School Basketball Program as the team hosts its first
Wednesday, October 28 at Tom‟s Country Place,           ever fundraiser, Sunday, November 1 from 6-9:00 PM
3442 Stoney Ridge Rd, Avon. Luncheon will start at      at The Boneyard in Westlake (Sperry Rd.) Special
noon, doors open at 11:30 AM. Admission $10.00.         guests include Cavaliers Head Coach Mike Brown
On the menu: Breaded Boneless Pork Chops,               and friends. Tickets are $40/adults and $10/students
Stuffing, Acorn Squash, Salad and Apple Torte. For      and include food, soft drinks, beer & wine, raffles,
reservations call 934-4078, 934-5722 or 934-5933.       auctions and sideboards. For more information or
Men & Women are welcome to attend.                      tickets call Eric Flannery at 216-221-3776 ext. 252.

Come Celebrate 50 Years with The Golden
Crescent Chorus on November 7 in the Daniel B.          St. Joseph Academy is hosting a Fall Open House
Ross Performing Arts Center at Avon Lake High           today, October 25 from 1-4:00 PM for prospective
School. Concert times at 2 PM and 7:30 PM. Several      students and their families. For more information,
groups will be joining them for this great              please visit our website at www.sja1890.org or
performance. The Golden Crescent Chorus provided        contact Admissions at 216-251-4868.
for 17 high school singers from Avon Lake to attend
Harmony Camp at OSU this past summer. Tickets for       The University Of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN is
both shows are $10/general admission and $5             currently accepting applications for its program in
students. For the 7:30 show only, reserved seats are    educational administration designed especially for
available for $15. Please call Larry Coleman with any   preparing Catholic school principals. The M.A.
questions: 800-827-1362. For groups of 10, call         degree is part of the Alliance for Catholic Education
Harold Wagner at 949-7437. 24-hour ticket hotline:      (ACE) program. All certified teachers interested in
866-599-2870.                                           the principalship are encouraged to apply. For
                                                        information, call 574-631-4449 or visit
St. Edward High School Fall & Winter Baseball           http://ace.nd.edu. The online application is now
Camps… Fall camp will be held on Tuesday                available on this site.
evenings from 7-9:00 PM on November 10, 17 and
24. This is open to boys in grades 5-8 and cost is      Magnificat High School Holds Night -In-Blue …
$70.00. Held at St. Edward High School.                 The Fathers‟ and Mothers‟ Clubs of Magnificat High
A pitcher/catcher camp will be held on December 7-      School are sponsoring the 52nd annual Night-in-Blue
8-9 from 7-9PM; a hitting camp will be held on          spaghetti dinner and bazaar on November 7 from 5-
December 14-15-16 from 7-9PM. These camps are           11:00 at the high school, and November 8 from 4-
open to boys in grades 3-8 and will be held at St.      9:00 PM. This year‟s event features a grand prize
Edward. The cost is $70/each camp. Team discounts       raffle for a 2010 Honda Insight Hybrid car. There is
available. Registration forms for each of the camps     also an online auction again this year (view the items
may be obtained at www.sehs.net or by calling 216-      at www.magnificaths.org and click on the “Auction”
521-8828, ext. 543.                                     link). New this year is a “Jump & Jive” co-ed junior
                                                        high dance on Saturday, November 7 from 6:30-9:00
                                                        PM in the gym. All 6-8 graders are invited to jump in
Gentle Woman Fellowship Meeting will take place         inflatable bounce houses and jive to the music of a
on November 6, 2009 from 9:45 AM-1:00 PM at St.         DJ. There will also be games, a photo booth and
Clarence Church, 30106 Lorain Rd. North Olmsted.        plenty of fun all for $10/student. There will be a
We will recite the rosary, attend Mass and listen to    casino gaming room for the adults with Blackjack and
our speaker, Father Leonard Petcavage OSB, Mdiv.        Texas Hold „Em located in the school library.
Please call Lillian at 440-748-2421 or Rosemary at      (Gaming rules posted at the venue). Dinner tickets
440-235-0073 with any questions.                        may be purchased for $6/adults and $5/children. Add
                                                        sausage to the dinner for $1.50 more. Call 440-331-
                                                        1572 with any questions.

				
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