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Updates and Reminders
The Next National Collection:
Black & Indian - Feb. 21/22nd
Birthday/Anniversary Calendar
Do not forget to mark your
name and B’day / Anniv. on
the calendar on the bulletin
board in the entrance of the
Church. We are now back to the regular, 1st
Sunday of the month luncheon for this purpose,
with the next one coming, Feb. 1st following the
11AM.morning Mass!
Bring In Your Cancelled Stamps
Thanks for all the stamp donations you
have brought!! We have been advised
to leave a 1/3” piece of envelope around
them when cutting them. This will be a
great help!
Adult Instructions:
We have the RCIA Program or Adult Instruction in the
Catholic Faith going currently. The meetings are scheduled
for Tuesday Evenings at 6PM in the church Hall. If you are
interested, please contact either Dan Enfinger = 892-2615
or Dan Stafford = 951-8849. We are also having a Spanish
RCIA on Fri. Nights at 7PM in the outside classroom this
year! Let other who may be interested know!!
Prayers Needed for the Grand Knight Wife
Natalie is still not doing well. Her kidneys do not want to
work, so she is doing dialysis 3 times a week and they are
having trouble keeping her blood pressure and heart rate
stable. Please keep Lee and Natalie in your prayers for
healing!!
Still In Need of Our Prayers
Please remember Mr. Jim Robinson in your prayers. He is
still trying to recuperate and get back on his feet. He is still
in Chatauqua Nursing Facility for further rehab. and rest,
but may be released to go home soon. Also continue to
keep Yvonne Broadway in prayer for the full healing from
her back surgery and Jean Ball from valve replacement
surgery on her heart.
Asking For Prayers:
A note was received from Yvonne Broadway asking
prayers for her grandson, D.J. who was recently involved in
a car accident that killed her friend and the child’s mother
Janet. He was the lone survivor and was “Life Flighted” to
Pensacola’s Children’s Hospital in critical condition. And
as far as we know he remains so!
Celebrate Faith - 2015:
Fr. Rick was informed that the upcoming conference to be
held in FWB is now at maximum capacity and the
registration is CLOSED. There will also be NO admission
offered at the door!! For those going, registration will open
early at 7:30am and go till 9:30am. Because there is also a
marathon being run thru Destin that day also, it is suggested
that you leave earlier than planned and try to arrive early!!
Know also that confession will be offered during the lunch
PARISH – “Did you know…”
and adoration periods, or 11:45 - 1:15pm. It will end with
Did you know that…Jerry Evans of Evans Funeral Chapel Mass at 4:00pm for those who can stay.
is the sponsor of our yearly calendars and buys them for the
parish! So since he is spending these “big bucks” to pay for
Bible Study in Freeport:
our yearly calendars, it would only be polite to try and use
A bible study currently focusing on “James: Pearls for Wise
his services when there is a need in your family. He has
Living” is currently being held at Christ the King Parish,
been a great friend to our Parish Family for many years!
Freeport, in their Social Hall. It meets every Wednesday at
Wouldn’t it only be right to return the favor and support his
7PM and will continue till March 18th. This is a Jeff Cavins
business??
study being led by Mr. LaRae Sorrells and is open to
anyone who may be interested. If you would like to
“Caps of Love” Project
participate, Mr. Sorrells can be contacted at: 704-703-1849
Please keep them coming.
And remember:
JUST or by email at [email protected] No charge was
PLASTIC – NO METAL. This collection will continue for mentioned to participate. Please note that the Letters of
as long as the next two years. However there is still one James focus on wise living and is a collection of teachings
more request: Please separate the White & Clear WATER which can be used in our everyday lives.
BOTTLE CAPS from the rest of your donations and put
them in a special wastebasket sitting next to the big box put
CSA - 2015:
out for this purpose!! These are worth more and it is taking
Valerie Mathieu (the founder of this project in Lake Worth, With the upcoming meetings by the Diocese to pass out the
materials next week, we will once again soon be beginning
Florida) a lot of time to do by herself!!
our CSA Pledge Drive for this new year! Please begin to
pray and ask God what YOUR amount of participation
needs to be, since He will provide it for you.
St. Margaret of Scotland
Roman Catholic Church
January 18, 2015 ----- 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
P.O. Box 590
247 US Hwy 331 – North
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435
+
Rev. Richard E. Dawson
Pastor
[email protected]
+
Deacon Dave Harris
Admin Assistant
850-585-2223
[email protected]turylink.net
+
Phone
[email protected]
Phone: (850) 892-9247
Fax:
(850) 892-2065
Parish Office Hours
Tuesday – 10am to 2pm
-----------------------Bookkeeper: Jane Dinkins
850-547-5525
KofC GK: Lee Wooledge
850-682-6005
Dir. of Relig. Ed.: Kathy Russ
850-834-3046
Ladies Org. : Janice Pentz
850-892-7192
Parish Website
www.stmargaretcatholicchurch.org
Today’s Readings
! Samuel 3: 3b-10, 19
1 Cor. 6: 13-15, 17-20
John 1: 35-42
Next Weekends Readings
Jonah 3: 1-5, 10
1 Cor. 7: 29-31
Mark 1: 14-20
Eucharistic Celebrations
Saturday Vigil............................................. 5:00pm
Sunday and Holy Days ...……………….. 11:00am
Vigil of Holy Days ………………………. 6:30pm
Daily Mass (Monday, Thursday, Friday)... 8:30am
Reconciliation (Saturday)………………….4:15pm or by appt.
---------------------------------------------------Baptism: Minimum of 3 weeks in advance; (Spanish): 2nd Sat of the month
Marriage: Minimum of 4 months in advance
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Parish Stewardship Results
01/04
Offertory Collection:
Building Fund Donations:
Mother of God Collection:
Hispanic Offertory Collection:
Burse Club Donations:
$3,292.00
10.00
$ 367.00
$ 396.11
$
4.00
01/11
$1,700.00
$ 147.11
“….John was standing with two of his disciples, and as he watched Jesus walk by, he said,
‘Behold the Lamb of God.’ The two disciples heard what he said and followed Jesus. Jesus
turned and saw them following him and said to them, ‘What are you looking for?’ They said
to him, ‘Rabbi’ – which translated means ‘Teacher’ --, ‘where are you staying?’ He said to
them, ‘Come, and you will see.’ So they went and saw where Jesus was staying, and they
stayed with him that day. It was about four in the afternoon. Andrew, the brother of Simon
Peter, was one of the two who heard John and followed Jesus. He first found his own
brother Simon and told him, ‘We have found the Messiah.’ – which is translated ‘Christ’.
Then he brought him to Jesus. Jesus looked at him and said, ‘You are Simon the son of
John; you will be called Cephas’ –which is translated Peter.’….”
St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church
Welcome to St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church.
In this house of God, a house of prayer, the Eucharist is
celebrated and reserved.
Day
Date
Events
Mass Intentions/
Other Events/
Announcements
MASS: + Mr. R. Marcel LaRivier [M/M Harvey Blankenshhip]
Cursillo Leaders
Meeting by Diocese
Time
St. Anthony
Saturday
Jan. 17
5:00pm
2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday
Monday
Jan. 18
Jan. 19
11:00am
2:00pm
8:30am
Mass at Walton CI
by Fr. Rick
MASS: Master D.J. Jackson – full healing [Fr. Rick]
SPANISH MASS: Needs of the People
Martin Luther King
Memorial Day
MASS: Mrs. Sandy Dawson-Hopf - for wisdom [Fr. Rick]
SS. Fabian and Sebastian
Tuesday
Catholic Charities
“Caring Coach”
from Noon to 3pm.
Jan. 20
St. Agnes
Wednesday
Jan. 21
5:30pm
CSA Leaders Meet.
in FWB at 1pm
Mass in Bonifay with dinner following
Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children
Thursday
Jan. 22
8:30am
Choir Practice
Tonight
MASS: Protection for the Unborn
SS. Vincent and Marianne Cope
Friday
Jan. 23
8:30am
MASS: Miss Amy Sipos - healing [M/M Jeff Hahr]
St. Francis de Sales
Saturday
Jan. 24
5:00pm
MASS: + Mr. R. Marcel LaRivier [M/M Harvey Blankenshhip]
“Celebrate Faith”
Conf. in FWB from
7:30am to 5:00pm
3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday
This Week
Jan. 25
11:00am
2:00pm
MASS: Mrs. Lois Shipp & Family [M/M Jim Sandoski]
SPANISH MASS: Needs of the People
Jan. 17th
Lectors……..
D. Morales + Volunteer
Ministers……….
D. Kinney + M. Norviel
Servers…………
P. Stanley + Deacon Dave
Ushers………….
E. Armbruster + Volunteer
Counters………………………………………………………………………
Next Week
Jan. 24th
Lectors……..
J. Pentz + Volunteer
Ministers……….
D. Kinney + J. Rousselow
Servers…………
P. Stanley + Deacon Dave
Ushers………….
B. Borho + Volunteer
Counters………………………………………………………………………
Jan. 18th
D. Milota + L. Arrant
K. Russ
+ R. Shelley
E. Cowie + J. Wilmoth
J. Sabe, G. Perez, N. Schrader
P. Brown, L. Johnson, M. Flanagan
Jan. 25th
Volunteer + S. McLaughlin
J. Faubel + R. Wilson
E. Cowie + J. Wilmoth
J. Sabe, Volunteer, N. Schrader
G. Cowie, N. Schrader, Volunteer
Pray for the sick or homebound of our
parish and their families, especially:
For Those With Cancer:
Bryan Armbruster
Our Military..................................... Protection and safe return
Jean Ball……………………………Full healing from heart surg.
Kole Bangston……………………..seizure disorder healing
John/Rosemarie Belensoff ............... continued healing
Sarah Bertran ................................... Elimination of all pain
D.J. Broadway……………………..healing from car accident
The Cole Family…………………...full healing for all
Ollie Cowan………………………..healing from a brain tumor
The Creedon Family……………….strength and healing
Ken Guidry ...................................... healing: stomach prob.
Louella Comeau............................... multiple health problems
Dunnigan Family ............................. for support and healing
Carolyn Fitzgerald………………....healing from scleraderma
Sandy Dawson-Hopf………………healing and help with husband
Lynn Hopf ………………………...God’s will for healing
Eric & Sam ...................................... healing from addictions
Jeff Hahr .......................................... continued and full healing
Joseph Hahr………………………..full healing of his arm
Anthony Hatfield ............................. full healing
Daniel Herrington……………….....healing from Diab. Circ. Prob.
Gary Kinnen .................................... healing of lung problems
Gordon Leopold………………..…..healing from a blood disorder
Dick/Nancy McNish ........................ multiple health problems
Ronald Nash…………………….…healing from a blockage
Linda Nelson………………………healing
Sally Orlosky………………….…..healing of heart & thyroid
Jim & Kathy Peel………………….healing for health prob.
Gussie Perez………………………healing from heart problems
Richard Phettaplace……………….healing of multiple problems
Robert Rousselow…………………multiple health problems
Mary Russ........................................ healing from PTSS, stress
Brad Stafford………………………overcome personal problems
Marvis Stafford……………………full recovery from infections
The Sipos Family............................. various illnesses and needs
Elizabeth Taylor .............................. healing from drug problems
Marcia Weingartner………………..healing of heart problems
Grady Welch……………………….healing from seizures
Billy Woolley………………………full healing for the heart
Chris Wright ……………………….freedom from Drug Abuse
PLEASE NOTE: Names will remain on our prayer list for one month
unless we are notified otherwise.
Linda Newlon
Jonathan Goley
Sheryl Evans
Geri Demmery
Donna Stevens
Charles Miller
Jannie Murphy
Patrick Black
Julie Simms
Bailey Miller
Philip Vota
Gregory Gore
Crystal Newhouse
Anthony Wollack
Caring Coach Mobile Food Pantry
Catholic Charities’ Mobile Food Pantry will be here: every
3rd Tuesday of each month from 1-3pm. They come at
Noon to set up! The next visit will be on Tues., Jan. 20th!
More help is needed, so if you can lend a hand please
come!! PS.: They have decided to leave it on the 3rd
Tuesday permanently.
“Life Chain” Sunday:
It is once again time for a “Life Chain” witness at the
intersection of US. Hwy. 90 and 331 South. It is in
observance of the 42nd Anniversary of the “Roe vrs. Wade”
decision by the Supreme Court.
It is to be held
TODAY, Sunday, Jan. 18th beginning at 2pm and should
last only 1 hour. Area churches will be joining us. Please
feel free to bring chairs if you need one. And in advance,
thank you for your support of the unborn.
AND
On this same day, Sunday, Jan. 18th, First Baptist Church
in hosting an Ecumenical Prayer Service in their Church. It
will begin at 6pm and everyone is welcome to come and
pray for a change of heart by our country – and a change in
that law!!
Definition of Marrage:
Please find in this bulletin a copy of the “Statement in
Response to the Redefinition of Marriage in Florida”
published by the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Funeral Help:
For those who were able to come and help prepare for,
attend, and help cleanup after the Fazekas Funeral, we wish
to express our THANKS. The Family was most impressed
and appreciative of all we were able to do to help them in
their time of grief! Please accept their gratitude, and a job
well done from Fr. Rick!!!
Copier Repair:
Fr. Rick would like to ask that those who use the copier in
the Parish Hall do so CAREFULLY!!! We just had to have
it repaired, which took 3 days and several hundred dollars.
So please let him know of any further problems. And please
only use the paper in the UPPER CABINETS.