February 1, 2015 Bulletin - St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church

Roman Catholic Church
6455 Brook Park Drive ! Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Dick Brown
Jim Bachta
Rick Annora
Ma Kasper
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary
February 1, 2015
ϭ!"Tuesday aer 7:00 AM Mass
Parish Staff
Mass Intentions
Saturday, January 31
5:00 pm
for:+Estella Hittner
by: The Hittner Family
Sunday, February 1
7:45 am
for:+Yolanda Sisneros
by: Rudy & Nora Gonzales
9:30 am
for:+ Lois Engstler
by: The Hund Family
11:30 am
for:+ Susan & Brian Brooks
by: The Brooks Family
5:00 pm
for:+ James Cave
by: Lois Cave
for: Missa pro populo
(Mass for the People of God)
Monday, February 2
7:00 am
for:+ Paul Bush
by: Lew & Jolene Romett
Tuesday, February 3
7:00 am
for:+ A.J. Schooley
by: The Caracillo Family
Wednesday, February 4
7:00 am
for: In Thanksgiving (Special Intention)
by: The Mascarenhas Family
Thursday February 5
7:00 am
for:+ Bill Laughlin
by: Pat Shaw
Friday, February 6
7:00 am
for:+Jack Osmon
by: Helen Osmon
Saturday, February 7
5:00 pm
for:+Rita Mazza
by: Ann Buetti
for: Missa pro populo
(Mass for the People of God)
Sunday, February 8
7:45 am
for:+Patricia Millan
by: The Henderson Family
9:30 am
for:+ Trey Furlow
by: Mike & Barb Carcillo
11:30 am
for:+ Kay LeBreton
by: Maureen Keeman
5:00 pm
for:+ Mark Cave
by: Lois Cave
Center for Formation and Mission
6455 Brook Park Drive - Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Office Hours Monday - Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00PM
Center Hours
6:30 AM to 9:00 PM
(719) 598-3595
(719) 599-5741
[email protected]
Web Site
Staff email address = 1st initial & [email protected]
Fr. Larry Solan
Parochial Vicar
Fr. Brian Mohan
Dick Brown
Rick Antinora
Jim Bachta
Matt Kasper
Business Administrator
Scarlett Tubridy
Assistant Business Administrator
Janet Gagnon
Director of Children’s Formation
Suzanne Olipane
Assistant to Children’s Formation
Irene Knudsen
Director of Adult Faith Formation
Eric Siverts
Steve Schindler
Director of Youth/YA Ministries
Asst. Dir. of Youth/YA Ministries
Jackie Lon
Project Coordinator
Mary Ann Lamecker 108
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) Sr. Marlou Ricke
Director of Liturgy/Music
Jolita Frank
Asst. to Director of Liturgy/Music
Andrew Moulds
Admin. Asst./Facilities Scheduler
Marie Baughman
Carla Neal
Stephen Ministry
Peg Shannon
St. Vincent de Paul
Mission Statement
We are a Roman Catholic community united by
faith in God, nourished by Jesus through both the
Word & the Eucharist, & empowered by the Holy
Spirit. We strive to meet the spiritual & physical
needs of our growing parish family & community
through prayer, faith formation, evangelization,
stewardship, fellowship, & social justice.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: “Of all
For Mass intentions, please call the Parish office.
devotions, that of adoring Jesus in the Blessed
Sacrament is the greatest after the sacraments, the
one dearest to God & the one most helpful to us.”-
Pray for Our Sisters and Brothers
Saint. Alphonsus Liguori
Gil Johnson, Michelle Blackner, Sue Walker, Vincent
Lujan, Aaron Williams, Harry Peabody, Betty Barker,
Anthony Sullivan, Robert Thompson, Larry Berube, Leigh
Yorgason, Rosemary La Croix, Yvonne Ross, Toby
Espinosa & Family, Joe Hawkes, The Kelley Family, Michael
Ragsdale, Alex Karzon, Rosie LeBlanc, Bill Barbier, Dick Todd,
Mark Zarkovacki, Tom & Sylvia Pinello, Sima Selman, Bob
Burns, Mary Jane Siracusa, Geoffrey Phelps, Ron Litteral,
Bob Sivers, Larry Lynch, Charlene Pardo, Alan Lahman.
God’s will be done.
Come spend one hour with Our Lord.
Adoration is held Thursdays from 8 am to 7 pm.
Eucharistic Adoration
Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring
the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves
“the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before
us”. By worshipping the Eucharistic Jesus, we become what God
wants us to be! Like a magnet, the Lord draws us to Himself &
gently transforms us. In its fullest essence…Eucharistic Adoration
is “God & Man reaching out for each other, at the same time”.
Names may also be placed in our intention jar in the back of the Sanctuary.
Submit bulletin blurbs & bulletin inserts to Marie Baughman at [email protected] or to the Parish Office. Deadline for the bulletin is Monday at
10 am. Bulletin inserts need to be submitted 1week in advance of the weekend to be inserted in the bulletin for approval. Thank you!
Calendar of Events
Friday, February 6
8:00 am Praying Prodigals Home—Fitzpatrick Hall
9:00 am Bulletin Inserts—Pastors Room
10:00 am Library Ministry—Library
4:00 pm Food Pantry—Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
5:00 pm Cub Scouts Den 4—Neumann
6:30 pm Girl Scouts—Baker/Cabrini
Spanish Prayer Group—McGivney Hall, Tekakwitha &
Saturday, February 7
9:00 am Spanish Women’s Breakfast—McGivney Hall
3:00 pm Baptism Preparation Class—Fitzpatrick Hall
4:30 pm Library Ministry—Library
6:00 pm Fair Trade Coffee & Chocolate Available—Fitzpatrick
6:00 pm Sale Weekend—Fitzpatrick Hall
6:30 pm Spanish Mass—Sanctuary
7:30 pm Spanish Valentine’s Day Dance—Bonzel Hall
Sunday, February 8
Coffee & Doughnuts after all morning Masses—Bonzel Hall
8:45 am Fair Trade Coffee & Chocolate available &
Sale Weekend—Fitzpatrick Hall
8:45am—12:45pm Library Ministry—Library
9:30 am Children’s Liturgy of the Word—Fitzpatrick Hall
RCIA Dismissal—Bishops Rooms
12:45 pm Nursery available during Faith Formation—Nursery
1:00 pm Faith Formation K-5th Grades
3:15 pm Faith Formation K-5th Grades
4:30 pm Library Ministry—Library
6:00 pm Fair Trade Coffee & Chocolate available &
Sale Weekend—Fitzpatrick Hall
6:15 pm Life Teen—Bishops & Deacons Rooms
Saturday, January 31
1:00pm Peter & Paul Movie—Fitzpatrick Hall
4:30 pm Library Ministry—Library
Sunday, February 1
7:45 am RCIA Dismissal—Bishops Rooms
Pancake Breakfast after all morning Masses—Bonzel Hall
8:45am—12:45pm Library Ministry—Library
9:30 am Children’s Liturgy of the Word—Fitzpatrick Hall
4:30 pm Library Ministry—Library
Monday, February 2
8:45 am Nursery for Mothers of Faith—Nursery
9:00 am Mothers of Faith—Baker/Cabrini
9:30 am Pillars—Fitzpatrick Hall
6:00 pm Love to Learn—Bonzel Hall
6:30 pm American Heritage Girls Awards Ceremony—Sanctuary
Great Adventure Bible Timeline—Seton
Jewish Roots of the Eucharist—Fitzpatrick Hall
Spanish Bible Study—Duchesne
Tuesday, February 3
7:30 am Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, immediately following
7am Mass—Sanctuary
Tuesday Morning Breakfast Group—Bonzel Hall
9:00 am Timeline Exodus—McGivney Hall & Toussaint
9:30 am SYMBOLON—Fitzpatrick Hall
11:30 am English as a Second Language—Classrooms &
3:00 pm Rosary for Religious Freedom—Sanctuary
6:30 pm RCIA—Fitzpatrick, Bishops Rooms, Library & Nursery
7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal—St. Cecilia/Martyrs
Boy Scouts—Bonzel & McGivney Halls & Toussaint
Wednesday, February 4
9:30 am Kids & Company—Nursery
Share the Word—Fitzpatrick Hall
Great Adventure Matthew—Seton
10:00 am Stephen Ministry Peer Supervision—Bishops Rooms
3:00 pm Divine Mercy Devotions—Sanctuary
4:00 pm Celtic Cherubs—St. Cecilia
Tithing Committee Meeting—Pastors Room
4:30 pm Emerald Singers—St. Cecilia
5:15 pm Trinity Singers—St. Cecilia
5:45 pm Nursery for First Things First—Sanctuary
6:00 pm First Things First—Sanctuary/Bonzel Hall
6:30 pm Confirmation 1A—Bishops Rooms
Confirmation—Deacons Rooms
EDGE—Fitzpatrick Hall
Knights of Columbus—McGivney Hall
Stephen Ministry Peer Supervision—Seton
Spanish Choir Rehearsal—Duchesne
Emergency Action Team Meeting—Pastor’s Room
Thursday, February 5
6:00 am TMIY—Bonzel Hall
8:00 am Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament—Sanctuary
9:00 am Senior Social Ministry—Bonzel Hall
9:30 am Great Adventure Acts—Seton
Jesus and the End Times—Fitzpatrick Hall
11:30 am English as a Second Language—Classrooms & Nursery
5:30 pm St. Vincent de Paul—Neumann
6:30 pm Centering Prayer—Tekakwitha
Catholic Education Presentation—Bishops Rooms
Priest, Prophet, King—Seton
Spanish Intercession—Sanctuary
Financial Peace—Fitzpatrick Hall
The calendar is subject to change, please verify your program.
Celebrated Sacraments
Pennelope Abel 1/25/15
Sacramental Information
Baptism: A Baptism Preparation Class is required for all
parents & godparents. Call the Parish at 598-3595 X104 for
information about baptisms or to register for a class. Next class
is Saturday, February 7th at 3pm. Call to register.
Weddings, Annulments, Convalidations—The Sacrament
of Holy Matrimony: Congratulations! You have made the
decision to be married in the Catholic Church, please contact
Deacon Matt at x144 or Deacon Dick at 598-3595 x103. They
will explain & guide you through the process. We look forward
to working with you.
Funerals: For any assistance at the time of a death of a loved
one or friend & to make arrangements for a Funeral Mass or
Vigil, please contact the parish office.
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick: Please contact the Parish
office at the onset of serious illness to request a priest. Anointing
immediately after Mass, 1st Tuesday of the month.
Sick & Homebound: Call the Parish Office to request home
visits or hospital visits &/or for the Eucharist to be brought to the
homebound. Because of privacy acts, we need you to let us
know when you need assistance, a priest or just a friend.
K-5th Grade Formation
Youth Formation (6-12th Grades)
SUNDAY GOSPEL REFLECTION: Today’s Gospel focus is facing
the faces of evil. “I know who you are.” In the Gospel of Mark
only the forces of evil recognize Jesus as the Holy One of God.
Today’s Gospel reading sets up the conflict between unclean
spirits, the realm of Satan, & the reign of God, manifested in Jesus.
As the Gospel continues, Jesus will be beset by the religious
authorities who question his credentials & the minions of Satan with
whom he will do battle. The New Testament affirms the reality of
demonic forces. The overriding message is that Jesus has power
over these evil forces.
You can find schedules and information about all of our
programs on the parish website (www.stpatscs.org) under
FAITH FORMATION > YOUTH MINISTRY > the program you are
interested in. Spring schedules are now posted.
EDGE and One-Eight Confirmation on Wednesday, ! We’re looking forward to seeing everyone!
We invite all of you who attend our Catholic schools to join our
program too! Building the parish community is an important part of
faith formation!
ON THE WAY HOME FROM MASS: In our culture, there is fascination with the devil or demons. It is unhealthy & can open us up to
demon repression or possession. Jesus has come to show us that
these powers of evil are not glamorous & fascinating, but rather
tawdry & tedious. They merit our caution, not our interest.
IMPORTANT! - If your teen will be receiving the Sacrament of
Confirmation next year (2016), they must take part in a faith
formation program, such as EDGE, this year. This is according to
the bishop’s guidelines for receiving a Sacrament.
Feb 4th – EDGE and One-Eight Confirmation
Feb 11th - EDGE and One-Eight Confirmation
Feb 18th - EDGE and One-Eight Confirmation
Feb 21st/22nd – Diocesan Middle School Rally
Feb 25th - EDGE and One-Eight Confirmation
LET US PRAY: Lord Jesus, expel from us all that is evil, all that is
impure, all that is opposed to God. May your presence guard and
protect us all our days. Amen.
February 1: St. John of the Grating
February 2: Our Lady of Good Success
February 3: St. Blaise
February 4: St. Joan of Valois
February 5: St. Agatha
February 6: St. Francis Nagasaki
February 7: Bl. Pius IX
The spring schedule is now posted on the parish website!
We invite all St Mary’s High School teens to join our program too!
Building the parish community is an important part of faith
Please see our parish website for the full spring schedule. Our next
meeting is:
Feb 1st – No Life Night - Super Bowl Sunday
Feb 8th – Life Teen - Grace Infusion
Feb 15th – No Life Night - President’s Day Weekend
Feb 22nd – No Life Night due to Diocesan Middle School Rally
WEDNESDAY: “First Things First” February 4 at 6:00pm
(NOTE: “First Things First” will only be on Wednesday this month)
SUNDAY: February 8 at 1:00 & 3:15pm
Wednesday, February 11 at 5:00pm (Room #122 ~ Make-up)
Wednesday, February 18 at 5:00pm (Room #122)
Sunday, February 22 at 1:00 & 3:15pm (Room #122)
Saturday, February 14 at 12:45pm (Sanctuary)
Saturday, April 25 at 1:00pm
Catholic Heart Work Camp pre-registrations deadline is quickly
approaching. We will be going to Billings, MT. For our fun day we
will spend a day and a half in Yellowstone National Park. There
are a limited number of slots available and we have lots of interest!
We have them in stock. To get yours, please see Steve or Jackie or
stop by the parish office.
Please like our Facebook Page: St. Patrick Faith Formation K-5
I will be posting information about up-coming classes and events as
well as weather closures. It is another way to stay connected and
St Patrick Youth, Colorado Springs
St Patrick Young Adult Ministry
If you have any questions about K-5th Grade Faith
Formation, please contact Suzanne Olipane at
[email protected] or 598-3595 ext 137.
Our Website
Find Us on Twitter and Instagram
Follow us on Twitter: @StPatsYouthCOS
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Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Children’s Liturgy of the Word: (CLOW) Meets during the
9:30 Mass. All children ages 4 thru 1st grade are invited to
participate (no registration required). Listen for the dismissal
announcement after the Gloria. Questions? -Please contact
Molly at [email protected]
From my point of view, God is the light that illuminates the darkness, even if it
does not dissolve it, and a spark of divine light is within each of us.—Pope Francis
Young Adults (21-30 yrs.)
Did You Know...
Our next meeting will be on:
Date: Monday, February 2nd
Time: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Place: 5535 Sonnet Heights, 80918
God Bless!! ~Jackie
AT [email protected] OR BY PHONE AT (719) 598-3595
x101 OR JACKIE LON AT [email protected] OR BY PHONE AT
719-598-3595 X 105.
…we have a new Parochial Vicar? Father Brian Q. Mohan
is now part of the staff at St. Patrick. I attended Catholic grade
school in Atlanta & Marist School run by the Marist priests &
brothers. I graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in Communications & Advertising. I worked in sales
& marketing for 12 years before entering the seminary with the
Society of Mary. I studied in Washington D.C. at the Washington Theological Union earning a Master of Divinity degree. I
joined the Diocese of Colorado Springs in 2004 & spent one
year here at St Patrick in 2004 as an internship year. I served
as a transitional deacon at St. Peter parish & was ordained a
priest in 2005. My first assignment as Parochial Vicar was at
Ave Maria parish in Parker. I served as pastor of Our Lady of
the Visitation 2007-2011 & served as pastor of Pax Christi in
Littleton from 2011-2014.
In January I made a decision to leave Pax Christi & take a
role as a Parochial Vicar. I am very pleased to be assigned
to this wonderful parish of St Patrick. I am impressed with the
level of lay participation & leadership & look forward to
serving as an integral part of this community of faith. Personally, my gifts as a priest center around one to one ministry,
Ignatian spiritual direction & pastoral counseling & 12 step
spirituality. I also offer grief counseling as well.
I enjoy continuous studying of the saints & I am an avid
photographer, enjoy working out at the gym, biking, hiking &
skiing. I welcome visitors to my office & look forward to
working with you all in furthering the Kingdom as disciples of
I love quotes from the saints so here are two for you:
“Love & do what you will. If you keep silent, keep silent by
love; if you speak, speak by love; if you correct, correct by
love, if you pardon, pardon by love; let love be rooted in you
and from that root nothing but good can grow.” St. Augustine
In Christ, Fr. Brian Q Mohan
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA):
Sharing our Christian faith is important. Others worked in
the harvest so we may reap the benefits of the sacraments and spiritual guidance of the Catholic Church. Likewise, we willingly try to bring this precious gift to the next
generation, our faith community, and to others. One of
the ways we reach out to others (non-Catholics) is through RCIA.
The RCIA process is basically a guide to conversion of heart
led by the Holy Spirit. A team of volunteers helps lead the catechumen through the process; explaining the Church from its Jewish
roots through the life of Jesus, to the modern Church, and the Seven
We welcome YOUR involvement in RCIA this year. Assistance is
needed to:
-Sponsor individuals
-Facilitate discussions during our Mass dismissals & Tuesday night
-Share information on your ministry & invite inquirers to join
-Assist in hosting the receptions that follow the Rite of Full Communion (March 22) &/or Easter Vigil (April 4)
However you choose to be involved- it will be a very rewarding
experience! Email Joe Pagano ([email protected])
or call 719-393-5307 to volunteer.
Questions about the process of RCIA? Contact Sister Marlou:
719-510-5692, or [email protected]
Hispanic Ministry
Hispanic Ministry: is an energetic & devoted group of
Adult Faith Formation
Spanish speaking men & women meeting at St. Patrick. We
meet regularly for Scripture studies, Faith Formation & a
Charismatic Prayer Meeting.
The Charismatic Prayer Group seeks to foster a personal
experience of Pentecost for each person by offering opportunities for individuals to encounter Jesus as Savior & Lord &
offer opportunities to experience Baptism in the Holy Spirit.
We come together to praise, worship & honor God & to build
up the Body of Christ as brothers & sisters.
Once a month the Spanish men & women gather to share a
meal & their faith.
Masses in Spanish are offered periodically. Contact Melida
at 444-8129 for more information. Come join us!
Small Church Communities (SCC) are groups of parishioners who gather to reflect on their lives in light of the Gospel
and to share their Christian faith through prayer, friendship
& service. If you or someone you know is interested in joining
or starting a SCC, call Eric at 598-3595.
SYMBOLON is a dynamic, state-of-the-art video resource for
the evangelization and catechesis of adults. Sessions are
shown on Tuesdays from 9:30-11:30am – no registration is
Mark your Calendar!
Our Annual Lenten Mission starts with the Masses on the
weekend of March 7/8. Father Leo Patalinghug, host &
founder of Grace Before Meals, will preside at the Masses.
Beginning on that Sunday evening, Fr. Leo will provide 3
evening sessions that educate & inspire people of all ages.
Topics will include: Finding God through the Saints, Finding God
through his Mother, & Finding God at the Lord’s Table. Watch
for more information.
Hispanic Ministry Programs/Events
Mon. Feb 3: 6:30 pm Spanish Bible Study—Duchesne
Tues. Feb 3: 6:30 pm RCIA in Spanish—Fitzpatrick Hall
Thurs. Feb 5: 7 pm Spanish Intercession—Duchesne
Fri. Feb 6: 6:30 pm Spanish Prayer Group—McGivney Hall
Sat. Feb 7: 8am Spanish Women’s Breakfast—McGivney Hall
Stewardship of Time and Talent ~ Volunteers Needed !!
Video Ministers Needed: Complete one-on-one video
training provided as long as you need it. Most ministers
just sit down at our state-of-the-art equipment & step
through slides from a playlist created for you. We provide a
cue sheet as your guide. You learn so much more about the
Mass! We have ministers of every age so don't let that stop
you. Please contact Nancy Korpi, servant leader, at 599-8911
or [email protected]
Sacristans: minimize distractions from Mass by proper placement of all items required for the Liturgy. They also verify that
the required positions for EMHC & Lectors are filled. The Sacristan should arrive 20 minutes prior to the start of Mass, assist
during Communion & return everything to its proper place after
Mass (10 minutes). The Sacristan is also a trained & mandated
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion (EMHC). If you are
interested in serving in this ministry, contact Christine at 2827705 or email: [email protected]
Adult Choir: Interested persons may serve as a
Choir Member, a Cantor, or an Instrumentalist. Music
ministers rehearse at a 90-minute rehearsal during
the week. For singers, proper vocal production, breathing techniques, vowel formation, diction, & part-singing are all addressed while preparing to prayerfully support the musical
prayer at all Parish liturgies. Instrumentalists are instructed to be
part of an ensemble that supports the singing of the Assembly &
Music Ministers at the Masses. On the weekend, the musicians
arrive to warm up & rehearse before the scheduled Mass at
which they serve. Contact Jolita at 598-3595x115.
Youth & Children’s choirs: Celtic Cherubs, Emerald Singers &
Trinity Singers. Call the parish office for more information.
Altar Server Ministry: provides boys & girls with the
opportunity to learn more about their faith & to begin to
build a foundation of evangelization & stewardship by
serving at Mass & other liturgical functions. Some of the
goals include: enhancing the servers’ understanding of liturgy &
services to the faith community, giving each server opportunities
to serve at various liturgical functions, encouraging them to consider a vocation to the priesthood or religious life, instilling in
them a life-long desire & commitment of service to the Church
Children who are in the 2nd grade & up & who have received
First Holy Communion are eligible. Parents who would like their
children to serve at the altar may contact Katie at 359-3800.
Hospitality Ministers & Greeters: welcome people to the
Church & help with the flow of the Mass. Greeters meet you at
the door with a smile & offer help to any newcomers; Hospitality Ministers welcome you into the Sanctuary & help you find a
seat on a crowded day. They help to make the Mass flow
smoothly—assisting with collections, presentation of the Gifts,
Communion, & special celebrations—always keeping an eye
out for young children. You are offered a parish bulletin as you
depart—with a smile & a thank you. Continually welcoming new
people is a great way to meet everyone joining in this celebration. If you would like to volunteer, contact Andrew 598-3595
Emergency Action Team (EAT): We are radio’d up & ready to
be the focal point for all events that happen before, during or
after Mass: medical issues, security concerns, & safety. We keep
the nursery in radio contact & we are vigilant about things that
are out of the ordinary. The most often asked question is “Do
we need this?” & our answer is “We hope not, but we’d rather
have it in place if we do.” For more info, contact Andy Berry at
487-8970 or email at [email protected]
Sound Ministry: enables the assembly to fully participate in the
Mass by hearing the Word of God, both spoken & sung. They
assist in setting up & operating the sound equipment, primarily
during Masses. There are other instances during weddings, funerals, education sessions & other special occasions that may
require or request sound support. Ministers must be of Confirmation age & able to work closely with the music groups to achieve
an optimal balance & volume with the various microphones used.
No previous experience is necessary; we will train you on everything you need to know. If you would like to learn more, contact Jim at [email protected] or call 598-9299.
Lectors/Commentators: Lectors to proclaim God’s
Holy Word at Mass so that those in our assembly will
focus on the readings & not let anything distract them
from hearing the Words of Scripture being proclaimed. We don’t just read, we “proclaim” the Word of God to
the faithful assembled. In the Liturgy of the Word the Holy Spirit
“recalls” to the assembly all that Christ has done for us. The
Commentator starts the Mass by welcoming the congregation,
leading prayers & giving an introduction to the Liturgy. For
more information, contact Lisa at 313-9004 or email: [email protected]
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: (EMHC):
share the Precious Body & Precious Blood of Christ during Eucharist (Communion) at Mass & Communion Services. The ministers also share the Precious Body of Christ to the
homebound & in hospitals. Volunteers must be at least 16 years
of age, a practicing Catholic, have received the Sacrament of
Confirmation & if married, had their marriage blessed in the
Church. It is one of the most fulfilling ministries you can do. If you
would like to be trained as an EMHC, please contact Andy at
638-5805 or email [email protected]
Altar Linens Ministry: Each week two dedicated volunteers
wash, iron, fold & return to church the many linens used during
our Eucharistic celebrations. Linen ministers are scheduled 2-3
times in a 6 month period. It is a small commitment with no meetings to attend. Detailed training is provided. A new schedule
begins in January & you are invited to join this group of dedicated people in serving our parish. For more info or to join
please call the ministry servant leader at 282-0729.
Ministry of the Week
Vocations/Missions/Rosaries: The Mission is to
raise the awareness of all parishioners to the
urgent need for religious vocations. They support
& encourage those now in the religious life as
well as promote & encourage the call to
information to the community & foster discernment of all vocations through existing programs. They foster
family prayer & encourage discernment of vocations in the family (including marriage & single life). Parishioners can sign up
ahead of time & receive the “Traveling Chalice” at Mass, retain
it for one week & pray for vocations. Volunteers also assist the
missions in spreading the gospel by assembling rosaries that are
sent to missionaries for distribution. Youth are encouraged to
participate. The servant leaders are Joan & Vern Gawlik; they
6 can be reached at 528-8861 or email: [email protected]
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Community, Mission and Social Outreach
Stewardship of Treasure
Accounting & Finance Office
Scarlett Tubridy, Business Admin.
Janet Gagnon, Asst. Business Admin.
If you have borrowed a Pyx to take
communion to the sick or homebound, please
return it to the parish office if you are no
longer using it. We are running short. Thank you!
[email protected]
[email protected]
Number of Registered Parish Families ........................................ 2235
Number of Registered Parish Members ...................................... 6689
Attendance ........................................................................................ 2123
Ordinary Offertory
Offertory for Jan 17/18
Operation Renovation
St. Vincent de Paul Society: Thanks to all St. Pat’s
parishioners for your generous contributions to the St.
Patrick’s Emergency Fund. A portion of the fund is
used by our parish’s St. Vincent de Paul conference to
provide modest financial support to needy families that we visit.
This small monetary assistance, which your contributions permit,
is multiplied many times over by the fellowship, prayer & loving
concern that each visit imparts. To learn more about the services that our local St. Vincent de Paul Society provides contact
us via the parish office at 598-3595 x117.
January 24/25, 2015
Total Amount
$ 17,272.84
$ 1,681.15
$ 18,954.49
Tithe: St. Patrick Emergency Fund. This fund allows our St.
Patrick community to assist those in need.
Stephen Ministry: I Get By With a Little Help From
My Friends. We all need a concerned, caring friend
at difficult times in our lives. A Stephen Minister can
listen and care for you or for someone you know who
is going through a tough time.
To request a Stephen Minister, call Peg Shannon at 4603829. Stephen Ministry is confidential and free of charge.
Upcoming Tithes
TLC Pharmacy—February 7/8
Aid to the Church in Central & Eastern Europe—February 14/15
Black & Indian Missions—February 21/22
St. Patrick Emergency Fund—February 28/March 1
Salvation Army of El Paso County—March 7/8
My Estate Manager is shown on the St. Patrick website
(www.stpatscs.org) under the parish links. This is a free
resource with numerous areas of helpful information to assist
with planning for the future. The site is sponsored by Pikes
Peak Hospice & Palliative Care.
The Catholic Legacy Society honors those who have named
their parish, a Catholic school, Catholic Charities, or other
ministries of the Diocese of Colorado Springs as a
beneficiary in their will or trust, retirement account,
charitable gift annuity or charitable trust, life insurance
policy, or through the establishment of an endowment fund.
Visit www.thecatholiclegacysociety.org for more info or call
Peggy at 866-6518.
Food Pantry: All of us involved with the Food Pantry
thank you for your continued generosity allowing us to
assist the less fortunate. May you continue to have a
Blessed New Year.
We are in constant need of canned fruits, vegetables, meats,
tuna, soups of all kinds, stews as well as peanut butter, jelly/
jams, cereal, spaghetti noodles, and sauce, pasta sides, rice-aroni, boxed potatoes, complete boxed meals, condiments, salad
dressings, & tea. Our needs also include toothpaste, shampoo,
bar soap, diapers & paper grocery bags. Thank you & God
tutoring ministry is reaching out to so many children in
our parish & community that we need more tutors. It is
a once a week commitment on Monday evenings &
you will have a forever friend! We help with academic needs &
support is available to all our tutors. As always we are here to
help any child kindergarten—high school with their studies in
any subject area. Call Linette 232-8812.
Online Giving is available for both weekly offertory and
Operation Renovation.
Visit our website at www.stpatscs.org
Volunteer help needed to count offertory Monday mornings
after Daily Mass. Requirements are dependability and
10-key experience. Please contact Scarlett at 598-3595.
LIBRARY NEWS: Start your New Year with some good spiritual reading. We have lots of new materials ready for
check-out. Call the parish any Friday when I’m there & I can
give you a list of what is checked out to you & your family.
Volunteers needed...contact Kathryn at [email protected]
or 282-1228.
Readings for the Week of Feb. 1, 2015
Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse . . . a peer-support
group. Are you or someone or do you know a woman who struggles with anger, depression, dissociation, being controlling, panic
attacks, or acting like a child when triggered by certain situations
& also happened to have suffered some form of sexual abuse as a
child? Would you like to change this situation? Call the Parish office
for more information about this caring & important support group.
Sunday: Dt 18:15-20/1 Cor 7:32-35/Mk 1:21-28
Monday: Mal 3:1-4/Heb 2:14-18/Lk 2:22-40 or 2:22-32
Tuesday: Heb 12:1-4/Mk 5:21-43
Wednesday: Heb 12:4-7, 11-15/Mk 6:1-6
Thursday: Heb 12:18-19, 21-24/Mk 6:7-13
Friday: Heb 13:1-8/Mk 6:14-29
Saturday: Heb 13:15-17, 20-21/Mk 6:30-34
Next Sunday: Jb 7:1-4, 6-7/1 Cor 9:16-19, 22-23/
Mk 1:29-39
©Liturgical Publications Inc
Community, Mission and Social Outreach
Emergency Action Team (EAT) Tip - Shelter in Place
IN TALKING WITH YOUR CHILDREN, have you neglected to
raise the call to Church ministry? The process of answering
God’s call begins in childhood. Throughout adolescence & adulthood, the attitudes assumed in childhood begin to influence the
course of one’s life. A vocation or a talent will not grow to fruition unless it is nurtured in childhood &adolescence by a parent.
Often children talk about what they want to be “when they
grow up”: doctors, lawyers, athletes, nurses, movie stars, teachers, carpenters. They may talk about these roles, but do they
ever talk about being a priest, sister or brother? You are the
hand of God—encourage your children to consider Church ministry.
Do you feel you may be called to priesthood, sisterhood or
brotherhood? For more info about vocations, contact Bishop
Sheridan at the Diocese of Colorado Springs, CO at 636-2345.
Community, Mission and Social Outreach
As winter weather is here, we want to remind you of the St. Patrick
Cancellation Policy. If D-11 closes for the day, our Faith Formation
classes (K-12) & children’s choir practice will be cancelled for the
All other programs/events may still meet if they wish. Servant
Leaders/Facilitators: will choose to meet or cancel, please notify
the parish office (598-3595) no later than 4:30pm if you are cancelling. You may want to contact your participants as well. We
will post notices on the website.
That Man Is You! (TMIY) We meet at 6am in the Bonzel Hall.
TMIY Is a weekly men’s program, with breakfast, that seeks to
educate, encourage & strengthen men to be real men, not as the
world defines it, but as God does. This year’s theme is “The Revelation of the Father” which explores the mystery that touches
God. Indeed, men “relive & reveal on earth the very fatherhood
of God.“ Come & join us for an opportunity to grow in your
faith & experience fellowship with other men seeking to better
understand God’s call in their life.
For more info www.paradisusdei.org/index.php/programs/
tmiy or contact Sonny Cordova, 331-9806 or Eric Siverts, 5983595.
The Respect Life Crafters knit & crochet baby blankets for expectant mothers that come into Catholic
Charities. We are always accepting yarn of any
weight & color, all material, batting & thread. The
Crafters also make blankets that are taken to the
Sick of our parish. We particularly appreciate ½ yard or
longer pieces of fleece & flannel. Please drop off any yarn or
fabric donations to the church office. Questions? Call Carol at
Fair Trade Coffee & Chocolate
is available in the parish office
during regular business hours.
Visit our website
Normally, this is for tornadoes but may also be used for any
dangerous situation outside. Everyone needs to remain INSIDE
the building & calmly exit the main sanctuary & gather downstairs. Everyone will gather in tornado safe rooms & await
instructions. Parents, the nursery is a safe location for your
children & we will ensure you are reunited with them as soon
as possible. Please be helpful & Christianly. Help others
downstairs & remain calm at all times
In a couple short weeks, it will be Ash Wednesday,
the start of the Lenten Season. It also marks the start of
the next “40 Days for Life” campaign. From Ash
Wednesday until Palm Sunday, pro-life prayer warriors will cover the abortion facility on Centennial Blvd.: with prayer. Prayers
for the babies, the parents, & even for the abortion providers.
Prayer works. There have been many babies saved, abortion
workers who have quit, & clinics that have closed. Please consider
joining in this important ministry, whether you can pray on the
street, at church, or at home. More info at
www.40daysforlife.com/coloradosprings .
Also keep a watch on what our state legislature is doing. It
isn’t published in the daily news, but there are many bills that
affect the culture of life—or death! Here are a few important
bills in the current session:
House Bill 15-1041 for the Protection of Human Life Beginning at Conception prohibits performing of abortions.
House Bill 15-1112 Creating the “Born-Alive Infant Protection
Act”. This bill requires a physician performing an abortion to take
all medically appropriate & reasonable steps to preserve the
life of a born-alive infant.
House Bill 15-1128 to adopt the “Women’s Health Protection
Act.” To protect mothers from the dangers & complications of
abortion, it requires all abortion clinics to be licensed and inspected by the Department of Public Health & Environment.
There will be others. Your representatives need to hear from
you about the values you do or don’t support. Otherwise, the pro
-death lobby will be the only ones heard.
The Colorado General Assembly web page is at
h t t p : / / w w w . l e g . s t a t e . c o . u s
Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the unborn, pray for us!
Ron Krom, Grand Knight
St. Patrick Council 9993
Deepen your prayer life this Lent through Contemplative
Prayer: Silence—internal & external—can deepen your awareness of God’s presence. But sometimes it is difficult to cultivate
peaceful silent prayer. The Centering Prayer group at St. Patrick meets on second and fourth Thursdays of the month at
6:30pm, in Room 121 (Tekakwitha). This group practices Christian contemplation using the Centering Prayer method developed by Trappist monks. Lenten dates are February 12 & 26;
March 12 & 26. Please join us! Contact Steve at 282-1924 or
[email protected] if you have questions.
Called & Gifted Spiritual Gifts Discernment Program:
Joy is the most infallible sign of the presence of God.
(Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J.) Find joy and purpose
in using your spiritual gifts for others! Learn more about discern9 ing these gifts. Contact Ann 531-6725 [email protected]
Family Life
St. Patrick Girl Scout Troop: has openings for
all girls ages 5-18. We meet Fridays 6:30-8pm in
classroom 133. If you are interested in joining girl
scouts or have any question, please join us for our
meetings or call Deana at 522-1798.
The American Heritage Girls (AHG) Come & visit us
during one of our regular meetings to find out what our
wonderful Pathfinder (Kindergarten) program has to offer
you. We meet on Monday evenings from 6:30–8pm (except
holidays, etc.). Of course we welcome all girls age 5-18. For
more info about AHG visit the website at
www.ahgonline.org. Please contact Leigh Ann for more info
about our troop: [email protected] or 684-3751.
Kids & Co. Playgroup is a fun way for both parents &
young children to socialize in a positive & supportive setting.
We meet Wednesday mornings from 9:30-11:30 at local
parks, attractions or the church nursery. To join our email list,
contact Kate at [email protected] or 659-3267. Our
Facebook group is: St. Pat's Kids & Co.
Cub Scouts Pack 268 is an energetic, boycentered Cub Scout pack meeting at St. Patrick.
Boys in 1st- 5th grades interested in developing
skills, leadership, & citizenship values in a faithcentered Pack are encouraged to join. Interested?
Contact Paul at 393-3663. Come join us!
Mark your calendar! St. Patrick Vacation Bible School (VBS)
is scheduled for June 22-26, 2015. Registration & volunteer
details coming this Spring! Questions? Contact: Doug &
Jennifer Brummel, Directors: [email protected]
Nursery is available downstairs off the Bonzel Hall.
Do your little ones find it hard to sit still during Mass? We offer
childcare in our Nursery for children 4 months to 4 years of
age? We have toys & activities to keep your children entertained. We are located downstairs just off the Bonzel Hall. All
our care providers have been trained & background checked to
meet the Bishops requirements for keeping children safe.
Our Gathering Space is equipped with speakers so the Mass
can be heard even if you have to step out of the Sanctuary.
The Young at Heart Luncheon:
We meet the third Thursday of each month at a
different restaurant to enjoy food, conversation
and laughter. All Seniors are Welcome.
Around the Diocese
Wednesday, Feb. 11, the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, is World
Day of the Sick. Bishop Sheridan will offer Mass at 12:10 pm at
St. Mary Cathedral. Those who are seriously ill or in danger of
death from old age are invited to receive the Sacrament of the
Anointing of the Sick at that Mass. The front pews in the cathedral
will be reserved for the sick and those who accompany them.
The Grief Support Ministry: Please join us for an opportunity to
share your story, your pain & your journey to peace. The program
will incorporate small group format with sharing, topic & prayer.
We meet from 1–3pm on Feb 3, 10, 17, 14th. All meetings are
on Tuesdays. Meetings are at Holy Apostles & are sponsored by
Stephen Ministry of St. Pats & Holy Apostles. Call Mary Ann at
244-1598 or Pat at 439-7683 for information & registration.
In today’s second reading St Paul talks about the fact that married
couples have to deal with the anxieties of the world. Sometimes
those stresses can really have a negative impact on our marriages. Get away from all those worldly anxieties & take time to just
focus on God & each other by making a Worldwide Marriage
Encounter Weekend at Glen Eyrie in Co Spgs, Mar 6-8, Jun 5-7,
or Oct 9-11. See wwmesection9.org for more info.
Marriage Help – Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vi) has helped tens
of thousands of couples at all stages of disillusionment or misery in
their marriage. This program can help you too. For confidential info
about or to register for the April program beginning on April 1719, 2015 call (303) 317-5111 or email: [email protected]
or visit the web site at www.HelpOurMarriage.com
Laity Engaging Laity (LEL) is a Diocesan effort focused on Catholic spiritual growth through prayer, learning & community in monthly mini-retreats. The 2015 LEL theme is spiritual growth in the
power of the Holy Spirit. The next mini-retreat is “The Holy Spirit
in the Life of Jesus & the Acts of the Apostles” on Sat, Feb 14,
9am-noon, at Corpus Christi Parish Hall (2318 N. Cascade, CO
Spgs). Join us for an experience of the Holy Spirit. Contact Rhonda Bush at the diocese (636-2345) if you have any questions.
The Diocese of Colorado Springs is sponsoring a pilgrimage to
the 2015 World Meeting of Families Sept. 22-27 in Philadelphia! The diocese has secured 40 rooms at the Radisson Blu
Hotel in center city Philadelphia-within walking distance of the
convention center where most of the WMOF activities will take
place. This room reservation also covers the papal weekend,
which will feature a public Mass celebrated by Pope Francis.
Fr. Mark Zacker will accompany the group & Bishop Sheridan
will also join when his schedule allows. Your registration also
includes registration to the WMOF conference, daily Mass &
devotions, hotel taxes & roundtrip transportation. Airfare to &
from Denver International Airport has been secured for those
who want it. For complete pricing, itinerary details & a registration form, see the brochure link at
www.yearformarriageandfamily.com or contact Rudy & Carmen Lopez for more info at 719-638-4521 or [email protected] Registration deadline is Mar. 1, so act fast!
Know Someone Who Might Be Pregnant? FREE
pregnancy tests & education, Know your options.
(Confidential & Compassionate support) Colorado
us for a morning of fun & games on the 1st & 3rd Thursdays
Springs Pregnancy Center 591-2724
of the month. We meet in the Bonzel Hall at 9am for social
time, munchies & games—like Mexican Train Dominoes &
Bunko. Please bring a "small amount" of a finger food to Project Rachel is a program sponsored by the Catholic Church,
share (fruit, pastry, etc.). Beverages will be provided.
providing free professional, confidential counseling, reconciliaIn case of inclement weather, we’ll cancel if District-11 tion, & spiritual direction with love & compassion for those who
delays or cancels school.
10 have been wounded by abortion. If interested, call 866-6426.
Senior Social Ministry: Guys & Gals over 50, come join
St. Andrew Corsini
(February 4)
St. Andrew Corsini lived from 1302 to 1373. When his mother was pregnant with
him, she dreamed that she had given birth to a wolf that sauntered to the gate of a
Carmelite monastery, & entering the vestibule of the church, the wolf had changed into a
lamb. Because of her dream, Andrew’s parents raised him to be a very pious &
God-fearing boy. However, little by little he succumbed to worldly pleasures in spite of the
frequent reproofs from his mother.
After Andrew became aware that his parents had vowed him to the service of Our
Lady, he mended his ways & at the age of seventeen he entered the Carmelite Order. He
never was deterred from his decision to become a Carmelite, even though he was persistently tempted by the
devil. He was a man of austere penance. Andrew fasted continuously, wore a hair shirt, & prayed the
penitential psalms daily. As an act of humility, he often washed the feet of the poor. His special gift from God
was the grace to effect the conversion of hardened sinners. In 1360, he was made the bishop of Fiesole in
Patron: Civil disorder; riot
Symbols: Holding a cross, with a wolf and lamb at his feet, and floating above a battlefield on a cloud or a
white palfrey
Did you know that our weekly bulletin is now available 24/7 on two websites? www.seekandfind.com And on our
church website. All ads now include a free web link and web listing page! New available spots also for web ads! We
are seeking new sponsors. We need your help! Our advertisers keep our bulletin available. If you would like to sponsor
a spot, or know someone who would, please contact Elizabeth 720-468-9423 for pricing and details. Thank you!
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