MASS INTENTIONS Pastoral Staff to Serve You 406-586-9243 Monday Aug 23 5:15 pm +Ed Graykowski+ Rev. Val Zdilla, Pastor Tuesday Aug 24 ext 201 email@example.com 5:15 pm +Kay Milligan+ Wednesday Aug 25 Diane Dwyer, Director of Music 7:00 am Liturgy Coordinator Thursday Aug 26 No Mass Parish Administrator Friday Aug 27 5:15 pm Adult Faith Formation Saturday Aug 28 ext 202 firstname.lastname@example.org 5:00 pm People of the Parish Sunday Aug 29 Chris Rasmussen, RCCM Coordinator 8:00 am +Beth Millard+ ext 205 email@example.com 10:00 am +Ed Graykowski+ Parish Office ext 203 firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours This Sunday Readings: Isaiah 66:18-21; Psalm 117; Monday—Thursday 10:00am—3:00 pm Hebrews 12:5-7, 11-13; Luke 13:22-30 (closed 12-1pm for lunch) Office closed Friday __________________________________________ READINGS FOR THE WEEK Comunidad Hispana Monday: 2 Th 1:1-5, 11-12; Mt 23:13-22 Tuesday: Rv 21:9b-14; Jn 1:45-51 Wednesday: 2 Th 3:6-10, 16-18; Mt 23:27-32 Coordinador de la Comunidad Thursday: 1 Cor 1:1-9; Mt 24:42-51 Ivone Acosta Fono: 406-451-6590 Friday: 1 Cor 1:17-25; Mt 25:1-13 Catequesis y formación pastoral Saturday: 1 Cor 1:26-31; Mt 25:14-30 Sunday: Sir 3:17-18, 20, 28-29; Ps 68; Encargado Coro Heb 12:18-19, 22-24a; Lk 14:1, 7-14 Adrian Soto Fono: 406-451-1674 __________________________________________ Youth Faith Formation K through Elementary School- Quick Parish Phone Directory Annette Carson email@example.com #0 Emergency-death or emergency anointing #1 Office hours and address Middle School-Ann Buckner firstname.lastname@example.org #2 Mass and sacrament of reconciliation schedule www.resurrectionfaithformation.shutterfly.com #3 Father Val, Pastor ___________________________________________ #4 Diane Dwyer, Parish Administrator Eucharistic Adoration Chapel 24 hours a day 7 days a #5 Parish Office week. (Must be accessed using a key code during #7 RCCM Campus Ministry non-office hours.) For information call Gloria Stueck 586-3623, Martha Hamilton 587-9498 #8 Special Holy Day Mass Times and _____________________________________________ Penance Services The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick is offered at every Mass. Please contact the office to schedule a time. Greek Catholic DIVINE LITURGY Fr Val is inquiring if there are any baptized Eastern Greek-Catholics (Byzantine Rite) in our area who seek Byzantine Catholic Liturgy on a regular basis. Please contact Fr. Val at Resurrection University Parish.@ 586-9243 for more information. “I particularly urge the Latin Ordinaries in these countries to study attentively, grasp thoroughly and apply faithfully the principles issued by this Holy See concerning ecumenical cooperation(65) and the pastoral care of the faithful of the Eastern Catholic Churches, especially when they lack their own hierarchy.”— Pope John Paul II—Apostolic Letter “Orientale Lumen”—2 May 1995-no 26 Building Committee Co-Chairs: Terri Hodgson & Ken Ostermiller Ivone Acosta Mike Connell Marge O’Leary Gina Albini Kurt Palmquist Caryl Perdaems John Amsden Les Fisher Dan Schall Brock Athman Mike Josten Joe Stanislao Steve Buckner Ted Koterwas Greg Vidmar Chris Budeski Joel Murdy Thad Orosz Our sponsor’s advertisements makes this bulletin possible at no cost to our church. If you would like to advertise Capital Campaign Committee your business or organization in our bulletin, please call Co-Chairs: Cyndi Huempfner & Ron Schafer Sheila Miller at 406-721-5563 Diane Cashell Jack Robbins Volunteers needed (See ad on back of bulletin!) Jim Doyle Laurie Penor and very welcome! Carol Gullickson Bill Quinn Gloria Stueck Jim Cashell Pray For Priests … Chris Budeski Ken Jacobs Lord Jesus Christ, Grant that these, your priests, ALL payments for the All Are Welcome Campaign should be placed in May inspire us to strive an envelope so they are not mixed up with the ordinary collection. If For holiness by the power of you arrive at church and have forgotten your envelope, there will be Their example, as men of prayer who envelopes available in the back of the church. This is very important so ponder your word and the proper credit is given toward your pledge. Remember-Capital Follow your will. Campaign-in an envelope. Amen For the latest posting of our “All Are Welcome, Let Us Build A House” capital campaign with the answers to the most current questions, Reminder … all bulletin requests must be sent via email please check our website at (Please note your request as “for the bulletin” in subject line) or a ready to insert medium, preferably, layout-copy www.resurrectionbozeman.org. ready. Articles are due Friday @ 12:00 noon. Thank you. Aug 28, 5:00 PM Aug 29, 8:00 AM Aug 29, 10:00 AM Sacristan Dianne Ostermiller Sue MacPherson Margaret Kinsey Server Charoltte Ostermiller Don Powell Steven Mancini Reader Cyndi Huempfner Bettie Stanislao Gina Albini Mike Huempfner - Cup 1 Jim Doyle - Cup 1 Jared Smith - Cup 1 Susie Connell - Cup 2 Rosemary Doyle - Cup 2 Julie Heard - Cup 2 Extraordinary Ken Ostermiller - Cup 3 Jane Quinn - Cup 3 Louis Ward - Cup 3 Minister Michelle Kaiser - Cup 4 Scott Makoutz - Cup 4 Joel Murdy - Cup 4 Mike Connell - Host 2 Dennis Hodgson - Host 2 Mary Nolt - Host 2 Sheila Harr Bill Quinn Kyle Moriarty Usher Chuck Rogers Reynaldo Thompson Chris Rasmussen Bob Harr Joel Dunbar Roger Fischer Greeter Brandon, Sonora Ostermiller Jean Dunbar Lorna McCormick Pat Peters Martha Hamilton Maureen Ward NOTE: If you are unable to serve at your assigned Mass, please find a replacement. Faith Formation Garage Sale Our 2nd Annual Faith Formation Garage Sale which will be held Saturday August 28 from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm. Volunteers are needed to work on Friday and at the garage sale. Signup sheets are located at the back of the church. Please help if you can. Drop off hours on Friday August 27 is from 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm We will accept clothing at this time. PLEASE bring them on hangers Extra hangers are also needed. If you have any questions please contact Joye Josten at 587-3211. Last years’ event was a BIG success and we hope to make it even better with your continued donations . A Lifeline for Marriage – Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vi with a long i) helps couples through difficult times in their marriages. It is designed to provide the tools to help get your marriage back on track. It will give you the opportunity to rediscover each other and examine your lives together in a new and positive way. This program has helped 10’s of 1000’s of couples experiencing marital difficulty at all levels including disillusionment and deep misery. For confidential information about or to register for the October program beginning with a weekend on October 1-3 call 1-800-470-2230 or 406-761-4830 or email: MT1Retrouvaille@aol.com or visit the web site at St. Mary’s Catholic School in Livingston is now accepting reg- Prayer istration for the 2010-2011 school year. We would like to for reach out to Bozeman and Belgrade Catholic families by of- Priestly Vocations fering them the same tuition rate as Livingston parishioners. Tuition assistance is available. St. Mary’s School will provide Father in every generation you provide a transportation vehicle that will leave at an agreed upon location. For more information please contact St. Mary’s ministers of Christ and the Church. We come Catholic School at 222-3303, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am-4:00 before you now, asking that you call forth more pm, or email us at email@example.com. men to serve our Diocese in the ministerial priesthood. Give us priests who Collection Report for August 14-15, 2010 will lead and guide your holy people gathered by Word and Sacrament. Bless us with priestly Regular Collection: $ 3,947.26 vocations so that we can continue to be a truly Electronic Funds: $ 1,115.00 Eucharistic Church, strengthened in our Total: $ 5,162.26 discipleship of Jesus Christ your only Son. 8/16/2009 Comparison : $ 3,106.55 Raise up, we pray, men who are generous in their service, willing to offer their lives and all We offer our continued grateful and sincere thanks their gifts for your greater glory and for the to all who gave of their goods, money and good of your people. We make our prayer in the themselves. Through your stewardship we are able presence and power of the Holy Spirit, to continue with the ministries, programs and outreach of our university parish community. through Christ, our Lord. Amen Parking Lot Policy It has become necessary for us to establish a policy for parking in our parking lot. Cars have been hit and cars are unable to get out of the parking lot because some cars continue to park down the center of the lot. It is also impossible for an emergency vehicle to come into our lot if necessary. PLEASE DO NOT PARK DOWN THE CENTER OF THE PARKING LOT OR AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE PARKING LOT TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF ALL. Please be considerate and consider parking in the MSU lot across the street, particularly if you are able to walk the short distance. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Stewardship Corner…. “I do not know where you are from.” Luke Prayer Intentions 13:22-30 What will we do if Jesus speaks those words Margaret Gray to us when we finally meet him? Will our Steve Hawkinson faces go pale and our knees buckle? Will we Tom Massey be very frightened? Will we mumble, “I ate Dawn Kreuz and drank in your company and you taught Tim Dietz me”? What if Jesus ask us, “But what did you Tess Schmit learn? Did you eat and drink in the company of the hungry, the homeless, the naked, the Bob Arrotta oppressed, the diseased? Do they know where Marv Labert you are from?” If people in need in our world Joe Basile know where we are from, Jesus will know Libby Cameron where we are from. He will recognize us right Mary Cure away. He will be anxiously waiting for us to Ann Driscoll enter into his presence. Jesus is very clear: “People will come from the east and the west Please include these people in and from the north and the south and will recline at the table in the Kingdom of God. your prayers For behold, some are last who will be first, and some are first who will be last.” Where do we want to be when we all take our places If each family tithed 10% to their parish, in the God’s Kingdom, last or first? we would NEVER need a second collection, nor rarely ask for help when Virtues of the Disciple & Christian Steward: emergencies arise” Simplicity “Live simply so that others may simply live” Blessed Mother Teresa Embracing a simpler lifestyle enables us to live The Anaconda Catholic Community has a job more generously. Simple living is also the antidote opening for a Youth Minister and Director of for “affluenza,” the social disease caused by High School Faith Formation. Applications will rampant consumerism and materialism. be accepted through August 15th. For more A Prayer for Simplicity: Lord, grant me the grace information contact the Anaconda Catholic to be free from the excesses of this life. Let me not Community office at (406) 563-8406. get caught up with the desire for wealth. Keep my heart and mind free to love and serve you. Amen ff Have you registered your kids for Faith Formation? Registration forms can be found in the back of the church or on our website. Check out our updated website for more information about the Grades K-5 program: http://resurrectionfaithformation.shutterfly.com Contact Annette at firstname.lastname@example.org for the password. Consider your involvement: We are in need of parent volunteers. Cultivate Gifts (This page is part of series developed by Scott Bader, Director of Parish Stewardship, Archdiocese of Seattle, to give parents and children – separately and together – a greater understanding of stewardship and what it means to be a good steward.) From the US Bishops Pastoral Letter, Stewardship: A Disciples Response Life as a Christian steward requires continued involvement in the human vocation to cultivate material creation. Ecological stewardship means cultivating a heightened sense of human interdependence and solidarity. Baptism makes Christians stewards by grace, able to act explicitly on God’s behalf in cultivating and serving the portion of the world entrusted to their care. For Parents: People are sometimes unsure about the meaning of “cultivating gifts” as a necessary part of being a good steward. They think, “Well, perhaps if I were a musician or an artist, I would know how to cultivate that gift. But what about other sorts of gifts? How can I work to make those other kinds of gifts better?” Fortunately there are many ways to cultivate our gifts – we might learn new ways of being good parents, for example, by reading a parenting magazine or taking a parenting class. Cultivation means acquiring the knowledge and learning the skills that will make us better at all those everyday things good stewards do: becoming informed citizens, taking care of our bodies and our health, learning new ways to manage our material resources, including planning for the future, practicing and learning more about our faith… Living Stewardship Together: Planting a garden or taking care of house plants, parents and children together, can be a dramatic lesson in what cultivation really requires – patience, dependability, effort, and being open to learning what works and what doesn’t. For Children: Being young means you are always learning. Being a good learner is good stewardship! It is also a great way to cultivate your gifts and make them grow. Annual Parish Golf Scramble Sunday September 12, 2010 Make plans now to participate in this FUN parish event: Our annual Golf Scramble will again be held at Bridger Creek Golf Course. We have tee times reserved starting at 2:20 pm - 4:00 pm. There will be 12 teams of 4 golfers each. $38.00 for non-members of Bridger Creek or $24.00 for members. Fee includes 9 holes of golf, required golf cart, food, beverages, and PRIZES! Sign-up sheets will be available starting Saturday August 14, 2010 The Nazareth Page A gospel thought for the home August 22nd 2010 – 21st Sunday of Ordinary Time Luke 13: 22-30 Luke’s gospel is sometimes called “the gospel for everyone.” Luke must have remembered well when Jesus talked about the Kingdom of God being for everyone. People were invited to be a part of God’s Kingdom simply because they were human beings, loved by God. We accept God’s love for us and promise to live the way Jesus did. No one “gets in” just be- cause of family connections or nationality. Jesus was a Jew, and one of the greatest chal- lenges of the early church was to extend church membership to new members who were not Jews. Anyone could enter with an open heart and a searching mind. The key message in the gospel this week is that people will come from all directions and all kinds of personal history to enter the Kingdom. Once “inside,” they will be invited to “recline at table” with other Christians. Eating with others at the same table is a power- ful expression of solidarity and oneness. Most families celebrate the great holidays and holydays of the year with feasting. Being invited to the family table meant more than just eating. It indicated that all those seated around the table were a kind of family – at least on that occasion. Hospitality is one of the most important virtues of the Christian family. Some of the deepest family memories are created between the first bite and the dessert. Children will move on from the family table they enjoyed as children to create their own family table. When we have family reunions, either large or small, they too will include the shar- ing of food. Families also show hospitality when they invite to their table the lonely, the elderly or anyone who by circumstances usually eats alone. In a sense, this is the family Eucharist. This is what Jesus wanted, all of us sitting around one great table and enjoying each other. Life in God’s Kingdom is symbolized by the gath- ering of all people in one huge banquet. The banquet guests will come from all cultures, regions, languages and backgrounds. They are all loved by God. What a feast that will be! And in small ways, it’s already beginning. Is your home one of those places? David M. Thomas, Ph. D. What is in Your Vitamin D Level? Health Newsletter August 2010 The importance of vitamin D levels in the body has been recognized for decades. In 1921, scientists proved, that exposure to the sun hardens bones and prevents rickets (in children) and osteomalacia (in adults). Later researchers discovered that vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium, vital in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. However recently, new research suggests that it may play a role in many more bodily systems than just the skeleton system. In fact, a deficiency of vitamin D is thought to possibly play a role in the development in several diseases. Vitamin D in the Body Our bodies were mainly designed to get most of our vitamin D through exposure to ultraviolet rays of the sun – the same rays that cause sunburn and skin damage. “Inactive” vitamin D is derived from cholesterol and “waits” in the skin tissue until the skin is exposed to the sun. The UVB rays set off a process in which the vitamin D is activated and sent out to the tissues throughout the body. Active Vitamin D is one of many body hormones, chemical messengers that regulate body functions. Modest exposure to the sun can produce up to 20,000 IU in a single day of vitamin D. Sunscreen with an SPF of 30 reduces vitamin D production by 99%. Vitamin D can also be found in food (or supplements) and is absorbed like a dietary fat. Vitamin D is found naturally in very few foods. The best sources are fatty fish like salmon, trout and sardines which have between 46-794 IU per 3 ounce servings. Fortified milk is the primary source of vitamin D in the United States containing 100 IU in each 8 ounce serving. If choosing a supplement containing vitamin D, most researchers recommend selecting the D3 active form. Both dietary and sun-derived vitamin D is stored in fat tissue. This means your body has some ability to store vitamin D for later use. Vitamin D and Disease Active vitamin D, also known as 1, 25-hydroxycholecalciferol, calcitriol, or vitamin D3, has many functions. Some functions are well understood, such as how vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium and how it hardens bones and teeth. Other functions such as how it helps regulate the immune system are still being studied and learned. What is known is that almost every cell in the body has vitamin D receptors, suggesting that it must play a role in all of them. Some diseases which may be linked to vitamin D and are currently being studied include diabetes, inflammation, coronary heart disease, hypertension, autoimmune disorders, multiple sclerosis, and other medical conditions including some cancers. Further clinical trials on humans are needed to prove vitamin D’s role in these conditions.