32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Masses for the Week - Rosary is recited daily before Mass

Monday - Friday, November 12-16

No Masses - Fr. Kill recovering from surgery

 

Lord’s Day Masses

Saturday, November 17 – Vigil of the Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time – Celebrant Fr. Steve Blum

3:30 p.m. – St. Isidore, Delaware Bend - Reconciliation

4:30 p.m. - St. Isidore, Delaware Bend - Audrey Walk by Cindy Baxter & family

  Servers: Miguel and Alex Garcia

6:30 p.m. – St. Michael’s Ridge – Greg & Adele Parrish by Carol Rieke

Sunday, November 18–Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time – Celebrant Fr. Steve Blum

8:30 a.m. – St. Michael’s Ridge – Doug Mack by Ron & Roseanne Fisher

10:00 a.m. - St. Isidore, Marysdale – Anna Shininger by Glen Steffel

  Servers: Simon & Jeremiah Hammon, Michael M-P

 

St. Isidore Parish Stewardship – November 1, 2018

Loose - $146.00

Regular Envelopes - $402.00 (20)

All Soul's Day Envelopes - $72.00 (6)

Total - $620.00

Parish Stewardship for November 3-4, 2018

Loose - $331.00

Regular Envelopes - $1,589.00 (62)

Energy - $5.00 (1)

Priests Retirement - $100.00 (1)

All Saints' - $35.00 (4)

All Souls' - $75.00 (5)

Propagation of the Faith - $150.00 (2)

Total - $2,285.00  Thank you.  May God bless you!

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My dear parishioners: (Friday, Nov. 2 message)

    As you may have heard, my surgery went well and I am now back home at the Rectory and resting as best I can. Once again I want to express my heartfelt appreciation for all of your prayers and support! With plenty of rest and no work, my recovery should be a quick one. I will keep you informed of my progress and expected return. As always, please keep me in your prayers as you are in mine!   

            May God bless you always!

                                        Fr. Bob

 

My dear parishioners, (Monday, November 5 message)

    As I said last week, my surgery went well (from 1:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m.) and am trying to rest the best I can.  I will see my doctor on Monday to get rid of the catheter and to see if radiation will be necessary.

Once again I want to express my heartfelt appreciation for all of your prayers and support. A very big thank you to all who are bringing in those soups & hearty dishes to keep up my strength.  As always, please keep me in your prayers as I continue to pray for you.

May God bless you always!

Fr. Bob

 

A Family Perspective: The widow in today’s gospel gave only a little, but it counted for a lot.  In our homes, there are many LITTLE MOMENTS which can have great significance and glue the family together.  Seize the moments.

“Around Our Parishes”

This Weekend: Fr. Fred Duschl celebrant at both Masses

     Fr. Al Ceranowski celebrant at both Masses     

     St. Isidore Annual Feather Party at 2pm at MD.

Wednesday: St. Isidore 1st Reconciliation Service – Fr. Joe Poggemeyer, celebrant

Thursday: St. Isidore Alter-Rosary Society Mtg. 7:30pm Rosary at 7pm

Next Weekend: Human Development Collection (Collection box)

     Fr. Steve Blum, celebrant at all Masses

It’s Feather Party Time! Join us on Sunday Nov. 11 at Marysdale 2 p.m. The price of your master card includes a light lunch. Win chickens and turkeys and enjoy a good time! Mark your calendars! Tony Singer will contact committee members to donate for this event. Please see the list on the bulletin boards at both sites to see if you are on the committee. You are welcome to update the list with your best contact number.  Please help us make this a successful fundraiser for both the Altar-Rosary Society and Holy Name Society.

 

The monthly meeting of the Christo Rey Federal Credit Union will be Monday, November 12, at 7:30pm in the Marysdale hall.

 

The 2019 contribution envelopes are available to be picked up.  They will be at The Bend until Saturday, December 1.  Starting Sunday, December 2, they will be available for pick-up at Marysdale.  If you did not receive envelopes and wish to have some, please contact Melissa Moninger at 419-789-3780.

 

CCD News

Please pray for our students preparing for their 1st Reconciliation that will be held this Wednesday, November 14, at Marysdale: Gabriella Coolman, daughter of Jake and Holly Coolman; Kendal Peck, daughter of Jamey and Melissa Peck; Oakley Schroeder, son of Jeremy and Katie Schroeder; Josiah Shininger, son of Greg and Karah Shininger; and Lauren Shininger, daughter of Doug and Kelly Shininger.

 

St. Isidore Altar-Rosary Society Meeting – beginning with the recitation of the rosary at 7pm at the Marysdale site.  Meeting to follow.

 

Adoration Chapel Thanksgiving holiday schedule: The Adoration Chapel will close for Thanksgiving on Tuesday, November 20, at 11:59pm and re-open on Wednesday, November 28, at 6am. Have a blessed holiday!   

 

World’s Greatest Dishcloths – The St. Isidore Altar-Rosary Society has dishcloths for sale - $1.75 each or 3 for $5.  They are striped and come in blue, red, green, and beige. If interested, contact Char Shininger.  Contact info below.

Birthday Wishes

Karri Kolb, November 12

Janice Smith, November 12

Doreen Mohr, November 13

Deb Jesse, November 14

Sara Elston, November 14

Melinda Hearne, November 15

Ryan Jacob, November 15

 

Anniversary Wishes

Sam & Deb Slusser, November 17

 

Pray for the sick:

Fr. Bob, Cody Davis, Marianne Fleming, Denny Fronk, Noah Garcia, Danny Mekus, Don Meyer, Marilyn Minck, Roseann Nusbaum, Betty Adelman (sister of Anita Bertsch), and all who need our prayers.

 

Area Events

Thanksgiving Open Houses at Community Pregnancy Centers of Northwest Ohio

Please join us for any (or all!) of CPC’s Thanksgiving Open Houses as we throw open the doors at each center to welcome you in gratitude and to give you a first-hand look at our work and facilities. 

Wauseon November 14th, 3-7pm
Napoleon November 15th, 3-7pm
Defiance November 16th, 3-7pm
Bryan November 20th, 3-7pm

A light meal will be available.  Feel free to bring family or friends as well.  All are welcome!

 

K of C Fish Fry

Knights of Columbus Council #1039, 111 Elliott Road, Defiance, OH (419-782-3536) Friday, November 16, 2018. Alaskan Pollock (fried in peanut oil), Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, Scalloped Potatoes, Green Beans, Baked Potato, Applesauce, Roll & Butter and until Lent starts we have Baked Chicken Breast!  Carry-out meals available at 4:00pm; dining room from 4:00pm-7:00pm. Eat in: Adult Dinner $10.00 (with beverage) 6-12 Years $4.00, 5 and under eat for FREE!! (We have high chairs) Carry Out: Regular Dinner $9.50, 2lb “All Fish” $16.00, ($22 with any 3 Sides), side dishes $3.00/pint.

 

“Christmas in the Country” Craft Show & Bake Sale

Sunday, November 18, 2018, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, New Bavaria (State Route 108 South of Holgate to Road Y).  Sponsored by the Sacred Heart Rosary Altar Society. Free admission. Hourly door prizes. Baked goods, crafters, raffle.  Lunch served all day. Home-made soups, cakes and pies, sandwiches, salads, and beverages.

 

Diocesan Events

2019 March for Life

Interested in attending the March for Life in Washington D.C. on January 18, 2019?  Join the College and Young Adult bus trip sponsored by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Toledo! The trip is only $192, but for college students there is a special discounted price of $132! Our trip includes two nights in the Marriott Hotel in Down-town Washington, D.C., as well as free time to tour the city. We depart Thursday, January 17, at 3pm and will return Saturday evening, January 19.  Payments by check can be made out and mailed to Catholic Charities, 1933 Spielbusch Ave., Toledo with “March for Life” in the memo line. Be sure to include name, email, cell phone and rooming preferences. If you have any questions, contact Peter Range, Director of the Office for Life and Justice, at prange@toledodiocese.org

or call 419-214-4933. Deadline to register is Friday, December 14

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St. Peter, Archbold’s Pilgrimage to Italy

St Peter Parish in Archbold is pleased to invite you to join us on a pilgrimage to beautiful Italy from February 10-19, 2019.  We have put together a wonderful opportunity to journey together in faith. Our pilgrimage will take us to Rome, Assisi, Montecassino and Pompeii. In each of these localities Fr. Stephen Stanbery, pastor of St. Peter Parish will lead us in prayer and celebrate the Eucharist as we explore the wonders of amazing Basilicas, such as St. Francis and St. Peter. This pilgrimage is designed specifically as a reparation pilgrimage during this time of trial. We must come together as a family of faith and beg the Lord for forgiveness and to offer reparation for the sins committed by priests, bishops and any member of the Church, especially the depraved sins against children and the vulnerable. It is also a time to ask God to heal those who have been wounded by sin, to turn our own hearts away from anything that is evil and to renew our commitment to holiness. Whether you’ve been to Italy three dozen times, or this is your first trip abroad, this pilgrimage is sure to make memories of a lifetime. We promise you that it will also expand your knowledge of the Church and deepen your faith. We hope you’ll join us in journeying through one of the most beautiful countries on earth, and visiting the heart of the Catholic Church - Rome. Check the bulletin board at each site for a copy of the itinerary. stpeterarchbold.com/events/special-events/  or visit parvistours.com/rome-catholic-pilgrimage/  to register. If you prefer not to register online you may call Parvis Tours to register by phone: 1-810-644-5229 or send the registration form by mail. If you have any questions reach out to the Group Leader - Marianne Francis, at (419) 405-3229 or stpeterpilgrimage@gmail.com  or contact Parvis Tours directly 1-810-644-5229 or contact@parvispilgrimages.com  It is our hope that we will all come together when our prayers are needed more than ever.