SHELBYVILLE ROAD 520 Stevens St.
VETERINARY HOSPITAL Indianapolis, IN 46203
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Sunday Mass Schedule
English: 4:30 p.m. Saturday
12:00 p.m. Sunday
Latin: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Advertise your business Daily Mass Schedule
See Page 2
in the Holy Rosary bulletin.
Call 636-4478 for details. Sundays: 45 minutes
before each Mass. The Italian Parish of Indianapolis
Italian Weekdays: 30 minutes
before each Mass.
January 28, 2007
Heritage Joining the Parish
Parish Census Forms are in
Society a blue folder in the pam- Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
phlet rack in the vestibule.
Reaching out to promote, Completed forms can be Latin Mass:
preserve and share inherited placed in the collection bas- Fourth Sunday after Epiphany
C AFÉ ROSARI
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Hot chocola e & tea,
juice, doug , milk,
Italian values of religion,
family, art, history, music,
ket or mailed to the office.
Baptisms & Weddings
Baptisms and weddings can
Rev. Msgr. Joseph F. Schaedel, VG, pastor
food and camaraderie. be scheduled only after an
Office (317) 236-1405 • Residence (317) 634-4519
For membership information: initial meeting with the pas- Rev. Michael W. Magiera, FSSP, associate pastor
Sundays in Priori Hall after the 9:30 Mass Office (317) 636-4478 • Residence (317) 634-4519
tor or associate pastor. The
The Chris Camperelli Home Selling System Church requires that both Sister Diane Carollo, SGL, director of religious education
317-388-3343 sacraments be preceded by Office (317) 236-1521 • Convent (317) 423-9791
email@example.com a period of preparation. Bernie Greene, business manager • David Walden, bulletin editor
Your Home SOLD at a price acceptable to you, Weddings must be sched- Office (317) 636-4478
Donation given to Holy Rosary
OR we’ll buy it for CASH!* upon closed transaction uled at least six (6) months CENTRAL CATHOLIC GRADE SCHOOL • Ruth Tinsley, principal
*some conditions may apply
Orario settimanale delle Sante Messe CENTRAL CATHOLIC CORNER
Saturday, January 27, 2007 Thursday, February 1, 2007
The school Science Fair will be Tuesday, Jan. 30. Top winners will go on to the CYO Sci-
4:30 p.m. — English Sung Mass Noon — Latin Low Mass ence Fair on Saturday, March 3.
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Ignatius of Antioch (3rd class)
Á Lorraine Schroeder Á Marian McArdle The fourth grade will be learning about the beginning of modern medicine, the discovery
of bacteria, the spread of disease, the Black Plague and the first vaccinations.
Sunday, January 28, 2007 Friday, February 2, 2007
The fifth grade, in science class, is studying motion and conducting experiments on mo-
9:30 a.m. — Latin Sung Mass 6:30 a.m. — Latin Low Mass
tion. In math, they are working on fractions — how to add, subtract, multiply and divide
Fourth Sunday after Epiphany (2nd class) Purification of the B.V.M. (2nd class)
Pro populo Celebrant’s intention them. In reading, they are reading the novel How to Eat Fried Worms and, when finished,
Noon — English Mass they will watch the movie and compare it to the book. They are studying the American
Noon — English Sung Mass
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Presentation of the Lord (Feast) Revolution in social studies, and will be writing an essay about freedom then and now.
Á Joseph Demma Á Mary Golob This week is Catholic Schools Week. This year’s theme is “The Good News in Educa-
Monday, January 29, 2007 5:45 p.m. — No Mass tion.” Each day Central Catholic will have a different event to celebrate:
Noon — English Mass 7 p.m. — Latin Sung Mass • Monday is “Student Appreciation Day.”
Feria Purification of the B.V.M. (2nd class) • Tuesday is “Teacher, Staff and Principal Appreciation Day.”
Á Marie Malloy Á Alice Hofmeister • Wednesday is “Community Day.”
5:45 p.m. — Latin Low Mass Saturday, February 3, 2007 • Thursday is “School Spirit Day.”
St. Francis de Sales (3rd class) 9 a.m. — Latin Low Mass • Friday is “Family Day.”
Tong Le St. Blaise (4th class) This will be a very busy week for Central Catholic School!
Tuesday, January 30, 2007 Á Howard Preston
Central Catholic School, 1155 E. Cameron St., (317) 783-7759, serves Holy Rosary, Good Shep-
Noon — Latin Low Mass 4:30 p.m. — English Sung Mass herd, Sacred Heart and St. Patrick parishes. Ruth Tinsley is principal.
St. Martina (3rd class) Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Á John Dalton Pro populo
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Noon — Latin Low Mass
St. John Bosco (3rd class)
Sunday, February 4, 2007
9:30 a.m. — Latin Sung Mass
Septuagesima Sunday (2nd class)
A s those first responsible for the education of their children, parents
have the right to choose a school for them which corresponds to
their own convictions. This right is fundamental. As far as possible par-
Á Teresa DeLuca Macrini Á Jim O’Brian
ents have the duty of choosing schools that will best help them in their
5:45 p.m. — Latin Low Mass Noon — English Sung Mass
St. John Bosco (3rd class) Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time task as Christian educators (cf. Gravissimum Educationis, 6). Public authorities
Celebrant’s intention Á Charles Daniels (birthday) have the duty of guaranteeing this parental right and of ensuring the con-
crete conditions for its exercise.
MASS INTENTIONS: The standard stipend for Masses in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis is $5. Requests should
indicate whether people are living or deceased, and must be typed or written legibly. We can accept only five — Catechism of the Catholic Church, No. 2229
stipends per calendar year, per family/household, when they are available. Place requests in the collection
basket or mail them to the office. Make checks payable to Holy Rosary Church.
Fountain Square Theatre Event & Entertainment Facility FOUNTAIN DINER
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at Holy Rosary Beautifully renovated historic theatre decorated as 1950’s Soda Fountain & Grill 1103 Shelby St
an Italian courtyard under a domed starlit sky. Burgers & Fries ♦ Jumbo Tenderloins
•Wednesdays between the Masses at noon and 5:45 p.m. Complete catering services. “The Best Hand-dipped Malts in Indy”
• First Fridays between the Masses at 5:45 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday. (Sign- Weddings • Receptions • Dances Breakfast Anytime! ♦ Open 7 days a week
up sheet will be in the vestibule during prior week.) Corporate Meeting Spaces • 317-686-6010 ext 2 www.fountainsquareindy.com
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• There will be a second collection next
weekend for the Propagation of the Faith.
BY THE NUMBERS
Collections for January 20-21
• First Friday and First Saturday are this 4:30 p.m. Saturday $ 1,526.00
• The Catholic Life Network’s 9:30 a.m. Sunday 1,315.00
week. As we will have a Latin Sung Mass at
third annual Pro-Life Dinner Noon Sunday 1,705.00
7 p.m. this Friday (there will be no Mass at
Seventh Annual LENTEN SPEAKER SERIES will be Saturday, March 3, at Total $ 4,546.00
5:45 p.m.), Adoration of the Blessed Sac-
the Radisson Hotel, 31 W.
• Mass (in English): 5:45 p.m. rament will not begin until about 8:30 p.m. Confessions 49
Ohio St. Johnnette Benkovic,
It will end, as usual, just before the 9 a.m.
• Light, meatless pasta dinner: 6:30 p.m.* author, speaker and interna- Attendance:
Mass on Saturday. A sign-up sheet is in the
• Featured presentation: 7:15 p.m.* tional host on EWTN and Daily Masses, week of January 14: 352
vestibule for those who are willing to com-
Catholic Radio, will be the Sunday Masses, January 20-21: 522
Feb. 28 — Dr. Patrick Madrid featured speaker. Tickets are
mit to a specific time.
Editor, author, host of EWTN television and radio series • This First Friday also happens to be Can-
Search and Rescue: How to Bring Your
$40 per person or $350 for a
table of 10. To register contact dlemas Day. Candles from your home can
Family and Friends Into — or Back Into — chapter “walk” through the Gospels. Chil-
the Catholic Church the Archdiocesan Office for be blessed at the 7 p.m. Mass (or you may
leave them at the parish office beforehand dren will focus on “The Holy Name of Je-
Pro-Life Ministry at 236- sus.”
March 7 — Fr. Eric Albertson 1569. and pick them up later). Please put your
Decorated Army chaplain, award-winning photographer name on the candles. • Fr. Magiera will induct new members into
• The Legion of Mary invites
Dear Brave Soldier: a Pictorial Account of • Saturday, Feb. 3, is the Feast of St. Blaise. the Blessed Pius IX Society at all the Sun-
a Chaplain’s Experience in Iraq everyone to the Acies — their day Masses on Feb. 3-4. Information ex-
great annual ceremony — at As in past years, throats will be blessed at
plaining more about the Society is in the
March 14 — Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio the Sisters of St. Joseph all the Masses on that day as well as at next
back of church.
Co-founder of Crossroads Productions; often on EWTN, Mother House in Tipton on week’s Sunday Masses.
Catholic Answers Live and secular news programs • Please pray for our sick and shut-in
Sunday, March 25, at 1 p.m. It • We need all the volunteers we can get to
Who Needs Confession? friends: Bridgett Allen, Ken Baxter, Henry
features the consecration help with Spaghetti & Spirituality this
(individual and collective) of year. These people will assist with food Bayt, Phil Bayt, Sophia Borzabadi, Roselyn
March 21 — Dr. Kenneth J. Howell Burrello, Irene Bussell, Steve Bussell, Carol
Director, Institute of Catholic Thought souls to Jesus through Mary preparation, serving, clean-up and various
using St. Louis de Montfort’s other tasks associated with the annual Craig, George Diehl, Vince Gatto, Chris
Breaking Through the Myths of History:
Galileo and Early Christianity method. Books for preparing Lenten speaker series. Interested volunteers Harlett, Mary Hyde, Kathleen Keller, Paul
oneself for the Acies are in the are asked to attend a meeting in Priori Hall Lauck, Mary Velona Mercuri, Siri Mid-
March 28 — Fr. William Casey back of church — please take today (Sunday), between the two Masses dlekauff, Sue Parsons, Tom Sarfaty, Joy
Father Superior with the Fathers of Mercy;
one only if you plan to attend. (beginning about 11:20 a.m.). If you cannot Schaedel, Fr. Victor Schott and Cathy Wells.
appears on EWTN
While everyone is invited to attend the meeting, please add your name • The annual Memorial Service for the Un-
Mission for Truth
the Acies, it is especially im- and telephone number to the sign-up sheet in born and Indy Memorial Walk will be to-
* March 25-28: Forty Hours Devotion portant that all Legionaries the vestibule, or call the parish office at 636- day (Sunday) from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Services in the church Sunday through Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. attend. The day will conclude 4478. Indiana War Memorial Auditorium, 431 N.
featuring Fr. William Casey. On Wednesday, dinner in Priori Hall
begins after the service. with a free lunch. Free trans- • Apologetics A-Z and Spirituality for Meridian St. (enter from Michigan Street).
portation to and from Holy Children will meet in our classrooms today This inter-denominational event is spon-
This adult education series is designed for those who Rosary will be provided for (Sunday), from 11:10 a.m. to 11:55 a.m. sored by the Right to Life of Indianapolis.
have reached at least high-school age. Out of respect for all those who need it. For more Adults will begin a methodical chapter-by- For more information call 582-1526 or visit
Continued on page 6
from the Catholic Church in times of natural Mission campaign goes to our parish. The
disaster and war. other half will help fulfill our mandate to per-
Appunti del Parroco: (From the Pastor’s Notebook:) Your envelope in the second collection is
form the Corporal and Spiritual Works of
Mercy: Home Missions and Shared Minis-
A Letter from Msgr. Joseph F. Schaedel, V.G. really a membership in the Propagation of the
tries of the Archdiocese.
Faith. Through our membership we have the
opportunity to join with missionaries in sharing Friday is First Friday as well as the Feast of
the love of Christ with the entire world. You the Purification of Mary and the Presentation
Dear Parishioners, Hall between the Masses (beginning about
may enroll yourself, a family member or of the Lord. It’s also called “Candlemas Day,”
11:20 a.m.) for those who can volunteer to help
“Therefore keep watch, because you do not friends either living or deceased. They share in when we bless the candles which will be used
with set up, clean up, cooking, and a thousand
know the day or the hour” (Matt. 25:13). I have the good works and the spiritual benefits that in church for the coming year. Note the Mass
other details for Spaghetti & Spirituality.
had five funerals in the last eight days. All of belong to those persons who are members of schedule for First Friday. We will have our
Even if you cannot attend the meeting, please
them have been good friends from over the the Propagation of the Faith. usual three Holy Masses.
consider helping. Just sign up on the volunteer
years. Each one was at a different parish. And
list in the vestibule, or call the parish office to If you have not completed your pledge card for Saturday, February 3, is the Feast of Saint
only one of them was over 65. We never know
let us know you can help. Many thanks! our Legacy for Our Mission capital campaign, Blaise. It’s the annual day for the blessing of
when God may call us to Himself. So, as Jesus
please do so. I’d like to have a prayerful re- throats. We will have the blessing of throats
warns us in Saint Matthew’s Gospel: Be ready! The second collection next weekend is for
sponse from every registered parishioner. Even after all the Masses next weekend, including
membership in the Propagation of the Faith.
Speaking of death, keep in your prayers the if you think you cannot give at this time, just the Saturday morning Mass.
This Propagation is the official Church organi-
Most Reverend John J. Kaising, former Auxil- indicate that and return your card in the collec-
zation for spreading our Catholic Faith. Peri- I’m attending the annual convention of Legatus
iary Bishop of the Archdiocese of the U.S. tion basket or to the parish office.
odically someone tends to lecture me (or us) on in Naples, Florida, this week. I am the chaplain
Military. He died suddenly last week at age 70,
why they think the Church is no longer as vigi- I had originally intended to have a report by for the Indianapolis chapter. Legatus is an in-
having just returned not long ago from visiting
lant in spreading the Catholic Faith. They ac- now on our progress so far. But I am disap- ternational organization of Catholic CEOs
troops in Iraq. Bishop Kaising spoke at our
cuse the Church of being lax when it comes to pointed that as of this writing we have re- whose mission is to witness to Christ in the
Lenten adult education series, Spaghetti &
“making converts.” This is certainly not the sponses from only just over half of our parish- marketplace, to be His ambassadors in the
Spirituality, in February 2005. His topic was,
case with the Society for the Propagation of ioners. I’d like to have a much greater percent- world of business and the professions. Our
“Military Chaplains: Serving Those Who
the Faith (i.e. the spreading of the Catholic age than that before we announce the results. meetings end on Saturday afternoon. On Sun-
Serve.” Many of you will remember him. He
Faith.) So, here is a chance for them and for all Our calling committee will be phoning those day, the 4th of February, I will be attending a
was a delightful speaker and guest. May his
of us to put out money where our mouth is. who have not responded so far. I am setting the little football game in Miami.
soul and all the souls of the faithful departed
rest in peace. Through the Propagation of the Faith, we weekend of February 10-11 as the weekend Go Blue! May Our Lady’s blue mantle be your
reach out to the peoples of the world. In more when we will announce the results of our Leg- protection! Don’t forget, the October 7th feast
Well, after that cheery beginning to this letter, acy for Our Mission capital campaign.
than 1,150 mission dioceses worldwide, of Our Lady, Queen of the Holy Rosary, was
I do have some good news. As you can see in
priests, deacons, religious sisters and brothers, first called the Feast of Our Lady of Victory.
the last two weeks’ and this week’s bulletins, Our capital campaign is focused on restoring
and lay catechists rely on the prayers and fi- Go Blue! Our Lady of Victory, pray for us!
Bruce Konicek has put together another out- this church building — as much as we can and
nancial assistance of the members of this Pon-
standing roster of speakers for this year’s Spa- as much as it makes sense — to its original Of one thing I am convinced; of one thing I am
tifical Mission Society. They count on this sup-
ghetti & Spirituality. The first session is traditional splendor. In 2009 Holy Rosary will certain: Providence never fails!
port to help young people who are searching
Wednesday, February 28. The final session be one hundred years old. It’s our goal to have
for meaning in life, comfort refugees in their Faithfully in the Providence that shall not fail
will be the solemn closing of our annual Forty the work done by then.
spiritual and material needs, minister to the us,
Hours Devotion March 28.
sick and dying, teach small children, prepare Our total goal for this campaign is $500,000.
There is a meeting today (Sunday) in Priori people for Baptism, and to bring help and hope Half of the money from the Legacy for Our