Holy Family Catholic Church
Weekly Bulletin October 15, Twenty-Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Weekly Collections Oct. 14th & 15th
Sunday Regular Collection $7,784
Online Giving $1,245
Other (Candle, Coffee, IMC) $138
Weekly Goal $8,500
Special Collection for Mission Sunday next weekend during regular collection. Please use special envelopes.
Thank you John and Marcy Deacon John Thaeler and his wife Marcy will no longer be providing ministry at Holy Family, we thank them for the ministries they provided.
RCIA classes will continue at 9:00am. Marcy Thaeler will no longer be the contact the person for RCIA, if anyone is interested in RCIA please contact Father Bill.
Contemporary Music/Youth Mass On Saturday evening, Oct. 28th the Parish will have its annual youth sponsored Trunk or Treat in the Church
parking lot. At the 5:00pm Mass that Saturday we would like to have a guitar Mass with contemporary music. We are looking for guitarist, musicians and some youth choir members who would like to provide music at that Mass. (If there is an interest in doing a contemporary/guitar Mass on Saturday evenings in the future, we will look at continuing the youth choir for other Saturday celebration.)
Come in Costume On Saturday, Oct. 28th, the youth are sponsoring their annual Truck or Treat in the Church parking lot. Children or adults who would like to come the 5: pm Mass in costume and stay for the Halloween event are invited to do so. Please keep the costumes “cute “ and appropriate for a Church setting. (e.g. no devil or slasher costumes.)
Christmas Giving Tree parishioners needing help contact Fr. Bill or the office; no latter then Oct. 31st, it will be kept confidential.
The office will be closed on Oct. 17th for a Diocesan workshop.
All Souls Novena Envelopes for the All Souls Novena are available in the Gathering Space. Please place envelopes in the basket at the altar.
K of C Bingo Oct. 19th at 7pm in the Social Hall. Ghoulash will be served, and for dessert creepy crawly cupcakes come and enjoy if you dare.
Intermountain Catholic provides you with Utah Catholic news, as well as articles by Bishop Solis. The subscription is $25 for a year. Please pay your personal subscription you can put your payment in the collection basket. If you need an envelope some are available in the Gathering Space.
Cub Scout Pack 461 will be selling popcorn after all masses the weekend of Oct. 21st & 22nd. Please consider making a purchase to support our pack! If you have any questions, please contact Bridget Ortiz at 801-814-4534.
Wifi is available in the Church for those that want to follow the readings on their phone or iPad, you can go to usccb.org for the daily readings. The password is hfutah08
Saint Joseph Catholic High School Parent Association is holding its annual Holiday Greenery Fundraiser now through Oct. 27th, fresh evergreen wreaths, garlands, and other items can be ordered with delivery before the holidays. Proceeds will support events and activities for the faculty and students of SJHS. Visit http://sffsalestrack.com/SJPA2017Greenery for more information and to place orders payments are not accepted online, either mail or take your check made payable to SJPA to SJHS, 1790 Lake Street, Ogden 84401. Brochures are also available on the table in the back of the Church. Please contact Christa Windsor at 801 721-0429 with any questions.
Give Me A Chance Looking for a way to Make a Difference? Come enjoy being a volunteer at Give Me A Chance. If you like children, then you will definitely enjoy volunteering in our After School Program, listen to a child read for 20 minute, assist tutors with homework of the day, participate in play activities with the children. The After School Program runs Monday through Thursday from 3:00 to 5:30pm. and serves children in grades K-6. Your commitment is flexible, whatever works for your schedule. For more information, please contact Sister Arthur Gordon, 801-627-2235. Be the difference in a child’s life!
Stewardship, What does the Bible say about Giving? When we become burdened with a mindset of materialism (i.e. non-stewardship focused giving) we become slaves to money instead of our money being our servant for the promotion of God’s Kingdom. King Solomon who was one of the richest and wisest men of all time, expressed his feeling of emptiness of materialism when he said, “vanity of vanities, it is all a bubble that bursts.”
Adoration “And you,” he said to them, “who do you say that I am?” (Mt 16:15) At first the answer to this question seems quite obvious, yet it merits our consideration and response. Is Jesus my first thought in the morning when I awaken, my constant companion at work or play throughout the day, my first recourse in trails and troubles? Do my thoughts turn often to him in praise and gratitude, in reverence and honor?
10/14 5:00pm Louise McNally +/ Jil Morby
10/15 8:00 Alan Lander +/ Ted Lander
10/15 10:30 For The People
10/16 8:30 Stan & Kathy Benedict/ Wilber & Patty Meier
10/17 8:30 Peter & Patty Zoetemelk +/ Tim & Mary Nouchi
10/18 8:30 Damon Ford +/ Family
10/19 8:30 Communion Service
10/20 8:30 Patricia Zoetemelk +/ Carl & Margaret Leuschner
10/21 5:00pm For The People