Newman House 610 Saint George Street Lewisburg, PA 17837 Bucknell University (570) 577-3766 CCM Father Marty Moran, Catholic Chaplain Mrs. Kimberly Custer, Program Assistant Erin Connell , Director of Spiritual Life Ann Rosko, Director of Community Service Joe Rusiewicz, Director of Administration For additional information or inquiries: Tom Wagner, Director of Social Events firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.orgs.bucknell.edu/ccm November 7, 2004 Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time Music Nicene Creed (All songs from Breaking Bread, 2004) We believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of Gathering Hymn heaven and earth, of all that is seen and unseen. (# 588) Sing a Joyful Song We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, Responsorial Psalm eternally begotten of the Father, God from God, Light from Light, true (# 737) Lord You Have the Words Preparation of the Gifts God of true God, begotten, not made, one in Being with the Father. (# 489) Now We Remain Through Him all things were made. For us men and for our salvation, He Communion came down from heaven. By the power of the Holy Spirit, He was born (# 389) There is a Longing of the Virgin Mary and became man. Recessional For our sake He was crucified under Pontius Pilate, He suffered, (# 552) Lead Me Lord died, and was buried. On the third day He rose again in fulfillment of the Scriptures. He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Responsorial Psalm: Father. He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and “Lord, when your glory ap- His kingdom will have no end. pears, my joy will be full.” We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life, who Next Week’s Readings: proceeds from the Father and the Son. With the Father and Son, He is Mal 3:19-20a worshiped and glorified. He has spoken through the prophets. Ps 98:5-6, 7-8, 9 We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church. We 2 Thess 3:7-12 acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins. We look for the Lk 21:5-19 resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come. Amen. Ronald McDonald House Dinner If you are interested in helping cook for the Ronald McDonald House on Novem- ber 16th from 4:00-7:30pm, email Ann at CCM Calendar email@example.com. November: 11 - CCM Italian Fest Dinner, cooked by Bill & Terry Taggart, 5:30pm Father Marty will be away Nov. 7-10. 11 - Theology on Tap, 7:00 pm, Highlands Pub He will be will be directing the Busy Per- 13 - BU Fall Admissions Day son’s Retreat from 11/7-11/9 at Franklin & Marshall College and Millersville Uni- 14 - CCM Discernment for Ministry Team, 10:30 am, LC 241 ABCD versity. Then from 11/9-11/10 Fr. Marty 16 - Ronald McDonald House Dinner, 4:00-7:30 pm will be at the Pennsylvania CCM Associa- 16 - CCM Advisory Committee Meeting, 7:30 am tion meeting in Hershey. 16/17 - Bucknell CCM’s Bishop’s Award Reception, Washington DC In Father Marty’s absence, we welcome 18 - CCM Thanksgiving Meal cooked by Sacred Heart Parish, 5:30 pm Fr. Don Cramer, who will say Mass on 21 - Eucharistic Adoration after 4:00 pm Mass on Sunday Sunday. Fr. Cramer is from St. John the Baptist Church, New Freedom, PA. 23 - Thanksgiving Recess: No Masses on Nov. 23-27, no 4pm on 11/28 Weekday Masses are at Newman House Chapel, 610 Saint George Street IN MEMORIUM Monday, November 8, 2004 Michael Archer Reverend Paul M. Miller Weekday Wanda Bingaman Jane Onzik NO MASS Mr. Donald Branker Joseph Pantaleo Mrs. Patti Burkhardt Mary Morrow Quintilian Tuesday, November 9, 2004 Anthony Castriota Sgt. Matthew J. Sandri Dedication of the Lateran Basilica Betty Jean Cole Sonia Scaramella NO MASS Anna Connell Richard Senchak Philomena D'Auria Richard Shiffer Wednesday, November 10, 2004 Bishop Nicholas C. Dattilo Douglas Floyd Smith Leo the Great, pope Richard DenDunne Deanie Steckroth NO MASS Anna Katherine Goodall Edward Stumbris Virginia M. Keeler Margaret Stumbris Thursday, November 11, 2004 Gloria Lindgren Thomas Sullivan Martin of Tours, bishop Rose Lussi Peter Tarca 5:30pm– CCM Night - Italian Fest Dinner 7:00pm– Theology on Tap, Highlands Pub Arthur Marceca "Good Luck" John Throssel Jennifer Marcinko Alfred Vigeant Soster Evelyn Mattern Yevette Vigeant Friday, November 12, 2004 Donald McCarthy Wynee Wong '04 Josaphet, bishop, martyr Ruthie McCourt Reverend Salvatore V. Zangari 8:00am– Mass, Newman House William A. Menniti Laura, friend of R. Pierotti Saturday, November 13, 2004 CCM will continue compiling a book of remembrance to honor those who Frances X. Cabrini, virgin have passed on this past year. Special intentions will be offered during 8:30am– Bucknell Fall Admissions November masses. You can send names of any loved ones who have 5:30pm– Mass, Rooke Chapel passed on to firstname.lastname@example.org. Sunday, November 14, 2004 Memorial Poinsettia Plants for Christmas Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time You are invited to place poinsettia plants in Rooke Chapel this Christmas 10:30am– CCM Discernment, LC 241 ABCD season in memory of loved ones. The sanctuary will be decorated prior to 4:00pm– Mass, Rooke Chapel the Candlelight Services, which begin December 3, and the plants will re- 10:00pm– Mass, Hunt Hall Formal main through the evening service on December 7. You may pick up your plant(s) anytime between the 8th and 12th. The memorial names will be **NOTE: Father Marty will be away 11/7-11/10, printed in the December 5 morning worship bulletin. A copy will be sent to NO MASSES Monday—Wednesday those who order. Come to the Chapel office to order your plants (office hours: 8:30 am - noon; 1:00 - 4:30 pm; phone number: x7-1592). To order through campus mail or US mail, please send a check, payable to Rooke Inter-Religious Thanksgiving Fast Chapel. Orders must be placed by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 11 Allison Hoffman and Stacy Schutz, our IRC representa- at the latest. For more info, contact Ruth Ann Craven at the Rooke Chapel tives need three more volunteers to take a one-hour shift Office. at sign-up tables in Bostwick Cafeteria for the annual IRC Thanksgiving Fast, where all the religious groups on cam- Young adult Catholics learn how not to marry a 'jerk' or 'jerkette' pus cooperate to collect extra meal credits from students University Heights, Ohio (CNS) -- Young adults in their 20s and 30s are and donate the money to Oxfam America, which does self- often searching for their life mates, and Catholics are no different. That's help development work with the poor around the why John Van Epp's workshop on "How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk(ette)" world. If you can do one of these shifts, please email Alli- was a popular part of the Oct. 15-17 National Young Adult Conference, son Hoffman at email@example.com. sponsored by the Cleveland diocesan Youth & Young Adult Ministry and CYO offices, the Catholic dioceses of Ohio, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the National Catholic Young Adult Ministry Asso- ciation. Thirteen men and 44 women got a crash course in Van Epp's five-part relationship attachment model, which he teaches to members of Saturday 4:45—5:15 pm the U.S. armed services and other groups. He has a video, DVD and website (www.nojerks.com) and even offers certification in the model. Sunday 3:30—3:45 pm "Choosing a marriage partner requires your heart to work in harmony University Chaplain’s Office (Rooke Chapel) or by with your head," Van Epp said. "The program is more than marrying a appt. with Fr. Marty: firstname.lastname@example.org certain type of person, but rather getting to know what a person is like."