San Sebastian Catholic Church April 19, 2015

San Sebastian Catholic Church
April 19, 2015
Third Sunday
Of Easter
Daily Mass: Tuesday - Friday - 8:00am
Weekend Mass Schedule: Saturday Vigil Mass 4:00pm
Sunday Masses - 8:00am, 10:00am, and 12 noon (español)
Confessions Saturdays 3:00pm - 3:30pm or by appointment
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm
Rev. Fr. John D. Gillespie, Pastor
Rev. Fr. Heriberto Vergara, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Fr. Thomas P. Walsh, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Deacon James Swanson & Rev. Deacon Earl Kidwell
1112 State Road 16. St. Augustine, FL 32084
Phone - 904-824-6625 Fax– 904-829-0459
www.sansebastiancatholicchurch.com
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Third Sunday of Easter
SAVORING THE EXPERIENCE
One of the wonderful things about vacations
is the time we spend two or three weeks afterward savoring the experience, sharing vacation
photos and memories with our family and
friends. This kind of reflection puts us back in
touch with the original experience and reminds
us of the relaxation and wonder the vacation afforded us. Today, on the Third Sunday of Easter,
the Church blesses us with reminders of what we
celebrated two Sundays ago. All three readings
are reflections on the meaning of the death and
resurrection of Christ. One of the threads running
through these reflections is that the purpose of
the Lord’s suffering, death, and resurrection was
to save us, to forgive our sins. We are given fifty
days to ponder this reality—fifty days to savor
the experience of Christ’s dying and rising for us.
April 19, 2015
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04/18 Sat.
04/19 Sun.
04/20 Mon.
04/21 Tue.
04/22 Wed.
04/23 Thur.
04/24 Fri.
04/26Sat.
04/26 Sun.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Acts 6:8-15; Ps 119:23-24, 26-27,
29-30; Jn 6:22-29
Tuesday: Acts 7:51 — 8:1a; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6,
7b, 8a, 17, 21ab; Jn 6:30-35
Wednesday: Acts 8:1b-8; Ps 66:1-3a, 4-7a;
Jn 6:35-40
Thursday: Acts 8:26-40; Ps 66:8-9, 16-17, 20;
Jn 6:44-51
Friday:
Acts 9:1-20; Ps 117:1bc, 2;
Jn 6:52-59
Saturday: 1 Pt 5:5b-14; Ps 89:2-3, 6-7, 16-17;
Mk 16:15-20
Sunday:
Acts 4:8-12; Ps 118:1, 8-9, 21-23, 26,
28, 29; 1 Jn 3:1-2; Jn 10:11-18
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Third Sunday of Easter
Tuesday:
St. Anselm
Wednesday: Administrative Professionals Day;
Earth Day
Thursday: St. George; St. Adalbert
Friday:
St. Fidelis of Sigmaringen;
National Arbor Day
Saturday: St. Mark
To donate Altar flowers in memory of or in honor
of a loved one, please contact the church office .
Stipend is $50.
4pm - Geraldine D’Angelo +
8am - Carole Loughlin
10am - Barry E. Horn +
12pm - Our Parishioners
No Mass
8am - Michael Moss +
8am - Richard Stuehringer +
8am - Juan Manuel Gonzalez +
8am - Anna Walsh +
4pm - Alicia Ann Muller +
8am - Our Parishioners
10am - Lourdes Cruz, Sr. +
12pm - Fausta Sibaja + &
Rigoberto Sibaja + &
Jose Luis Garcia +
Sat. 4pm EM: M. Needham, L. Curran,
T. & F. Clarke, D. Caro,
E. DiGrigoli, M. Tilger
Lector: M. Mickler, J. Welch
Server: P. Nowak, M. & S. Tolzmann
Sun. 8am
EM: L. & D. Willis, R. Fra anni,
S. Faulkner, B. Freeman,
P. Heagy
Lector: P. Veling
Server: P. Town, M. Wood, K. Town
Sun. 10am
EM: L. Fleming, J. Bailey,
D. & D. Borrero, C. Jones,
M. Mesmer, T. Robinson,
J. Karamon, E. Urbina
Lector: N. Henley, I. Gu errez
Server: J. Hernandez, D. Camacho,
T. Connell
Interpreter: Geralyn
Celebrants for the weekend are: *
4:00pm 8:00am 10:00am 12:00pm -
Fr. Heriberto Vergara, Deacon Jim
Fr. John D. Gillespie, Deacon Earl
Fr. Thomas P. Walsh, Deacon Jim
Fr. Heriberto Vergara, Deacon Jim
* Subject to Change
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Tercer Domingo de Pascua: de la Divina Misericordia
SABOREA LA EXPERIENCIA
Una de las cosas maravillosas sobre las vacaciones es que después de nuestro regreso nos pasamos dos o tres semanas saboreando la experiencia, compartiendo las fotos y recuerdos con nuestra familia y amistades. Esta clase de reflexión
nos vincula nuevamente a la experiencia original
y nos hacer volver a vivir el descanso y las maravillas que la vacación nos proporcionó. Hoy, el
Tercer Domingo de Pascua, la Iglesia nos da la
bendición de unos recordatorios de lo que celebramos hace dos domingos. Las tres lecturas son
reflexiones del significado de la muerte y resurrección de Cristo. Uno de los hilos que unen a
estas reflexiones es que el propósito del sufrimiento, la muerte y la resurrección del Señor fue
para salvarnos y perdonar nuestros pecados. Tenemos cincuenta días para contemplar esta realidad –cincuenta días para saborear la experiencia
de la muerte y resurrección de Cristo por nosotros.
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Hch 6:8-15; Sal 119 (118):23-24,
26-27, 29-30; Jn 6:22-29
Martes: Hch 7:51 — 8:1a; Sal 31 (30):3cd-4,
6, 7b, 8a, 17, 21ab; Jn 6:30-35
Miércoles: Hch 8:1b-8; Sal 66 (65):1-3a, 4-7a;
Jn 6:35-40
Jueves:
Hch 8:26-40; Sal 66 (65):8-9, 16-17,
20; Jn 6:44-51
Viernes: Hch 9:1-20; Sal 117 (116):1bc, 2;
Jn 6:52-59
Sábado: 1 Pe 5:5b-14; Sal 89 (88):2-3, 6-7,
16-17; Mc 16:15-20
Domingo: Hch 4:8-12; Sal 118 (117):1, 8-9, 2123, 26, 28, 29; 1 Jn 3:1-2; Jn 10:11-18
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Tercer Domingo de Pascua
Martes: San Anselmo
Miércoles: Día de la Tierra; Día de los Administradores Profesionales
Jueves:
San Jorge; san Adalberto
Viernes: San Fidel de Sigmaringa;
Día del Árbol
Sábado: San Marcos
Ministros:
Ministros:
Lectores:
Monaguillos:
Lectores:
Monaguillos:
Ujieres:
Ujieres:
19 de abril de 2015
R. Santiago,M. Adams,
F. Arguello, J. Arguello,
M. Quiles, L. Quiles
M. Contreras, H. Puentes
J. Santiago, G. Santiago
E. Gallardo, S. Ursino,
E. Duarte, P. Duarte
Preparación para el BauƟsmo….Los padres y los
padrinos deben registrarse para las clases de preparación en la oficina de la Parroquia. Para las clases, favor llamar a la Rectoría para ponerse de
acuerdo con la fecha y la hora. Si los padres o padrinos no han asis dos a una clase de preparación
anteriormente, estas clases son necesarias para el
bau smo.
BauƟzos en Español ……. Es un requisito para padres y padrinos que no han tomado las clases anteriormente par cipar en ellas. Favor de llamar a la
Rectoría. Los bau zos se celebran después de la
misa en Español.
Bodas…...Favor llamar a la oficina de la Parroquia
con 8 meses de antelación Tel: 824-6625
Comunión para los Enfermos …..Las personas que
deseen recibir la Comunión en sus casas, favor llamar a la oficina de la Parroquia, o hablar con un
ministro eucarís co después de misa.
Adoración al Sanơsimo …...Adoración al San simo
Sacramento todos los viernes de 8:30a.m. a
6:00p.m.
El Coro para Adultos en Español ..Se invita a todos
los que sienten el deseo de servir al Señor con su
voz o con un instrumento musical, favor hablar con
María Hernández después de la misa de 12:00p.m.
Para Ofrendas Durante las Misa ...Si deseas que se
mencione durante la misa el nombre de un familiar
o amigo ya fallecido o que esté gravemente enfermo, favor llamar a Clarita Opiela, Tel: 824-6625
[email protected] ancatholicchurch.com
Diácono Jim visita cada lunes el Flagler Hospital. Si
sabes de algún familiar o amigo – miembro de la
parroquia que está en el hospital favor llamar al la
oficina de la parroquia (904 824-6625) o avísanos
antes o después de las misas durante el fin de semana.
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Third Sunday of Easter
April 19, 2015
Save The Date!!!!
May 9, 2015 7:00pm
At San Sebastian Church
Swing into Spring
Salsa into Summer!
$10 a person $15 per couple
Includes Refreshments and Dance Competition!
All Styles of music
Tickets available in the gift shop & church office
This is a Fundraiser for the San Sebastian
Religious Education Enrichment Center
Parish Monthly Food Drive Please bring in coffee (regular
& decaf/instant & regular), tea bags, sugar, sweetener, creamer,
peanut butter, tuna, cereal, instant oatmeal, canned stew, spam,
corn, beans, peas, carrots, soup, boxed milk, jelly, canned fruit,
mashed potatoes, pasta and sauce, dog food, cat food, or gift
cards. The food is distributed to those on fixed incomes & the
elderly.
9 Upper Story Stained Glass Windows
are available to be memorialized. Sharing
the cost with other Families is an option.
For Additional information and pricing contact:
Wilfredo Cardona at 824-1822 or
[email protected]
Allen McCaffery at 377-2446 [email protected]
Cheryl Manucy 824-3403 or [email protected]
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Third Sunday of Easter
April 19, 2015
In Honor of St. Augustine’s 450th Celebration
1565 –2015
The San Sebastian Ladies Guild is Hosting a
Regal Spring Fashion Show & Luncheon
Saturday May 2, 2015
at 11:00am in the Parish hall
“Great Gift For Mother’s Day “Tickets Prices are:
Runway Seats/Adults $15.00 /Children $10.00
General Seating $12.00 / Children $8.00 (12 & under)
Tickets will be available in the Gift shop And church office.
This is a Fundraiser for the San Sebastian
Religious Education Enrichment Center
11:00 am Sangria Social & Meet and Greet
11:45am Luncheon
12:00pm Fashion Show
1:00pm Basket Raffle & Cash Raffle
Menu Includes: Chicken Salad Stuffed Croissant,
Spring Salad with Raspberry Dressing,
Cereza Parfait, Ice Tea, Coffee or Soda. Cash Bar
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Third Sunday of Easter
April 19, 2015
THE SAN SEBASTIAN ANNUAL 500 CLUB
Tickets are one (1) for $20.00
Or Two (2) for $30.00 **
** offer good only when both tickets are purchased at the same time
Drawings are Saturdays after the 4:00pm mass
A total of -16 weekly cash drawings of $100.00
And a total of - 4 weekly cash drawings of $200.00
April 11, 2015
April 18, 2015
April 25, 2015
$100.00 $100.00 $200.00 -
May
May
May
May
May
02, 2015
09, 2015
16, 2015
23, 2015
30, 2015
$100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $200.00 -
June 06, 2015
June 13, 2015
$100.00 $100.00 -
Jo Ann Roy
June 20, 2014 $100.00 June 27, 2014 $100.00 July
July
July
July
04, 2014
11, 2014
18, 2014
25, 2014
$100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 -
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
01, 2014
08, 2014
15, 2014
22, 2014
$100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 -
Our Parishioner 17 year old Patyn Nowak currently undergoing
treatment for a Brain Tumor. Please Keep her in your prayers.
The following websites have been set up to help the family:
1. http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/help-patyn-nowak-erase-cancer/334112#.VSRAb_f6vqk.facebook
2. http://www.takethemameal.com/meals.php?t=UAQB3298
Campaign Pledge Goal $900,000.00
The Religious EducaƟon Enrichment Center
$900,000
$800,000
$700,000
$600,000
$500,000
Special PLEDGE Envelopes and PLEDGE Cards
available at the Capital Campaign display
$443,724.14 collected to date
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
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Third Sunday of Easter
April 19, 2015
San Sebastian YOUTH GROUP
Meeting Sunday, April 19, at 6:pm
The Youth Group is still collecting underwear & socks for
the homeless. Donation bin is in the gathering space.
For more information or to volunteer Contact Youth Group leader
Gail Gilrain, 687-5536 or [email protected]
The Children’s Choir Meets TUESDAYS at 6:00pm
For information on the Children’s Choir and the Children’s
Home School Choir contact Lynne DuPont at 824-1334
Vacation Bible School
At San Sebastian Church
June 8th-12th 9:00am–12:00pm
“TO THE EDGE”
Adult and Teen Volunteers needed
For info or To Volunteer contact Virginia Wood
at 904-315-4741 [email protected] or
Kelly Emilio [email protected]
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Third Sunday of Easter
San Sebastian
Ladies Guild
All Ladies of the parish are
welcome to join us!
Regal Spring Fashion Show
Coming Up Sat. May 2, 2015
April 19, 2015
San Sebastian Gift Shop
Volunteers are needed for the
San Sebastian Gift Shop.
Please consider volunteering
1 hour a month to help keep the gift shop
open after all masses. We are asking
anyone 16yrs and older if interested to
contact Tyra Rousseau at the church
office 824-6625 or email
[email protected]
11:00am – Sangria Social
11:45am — luncheon
12:00pm fashion show
For more InformaƟon contact
Virginia Wood at 904-315-4741
[email protected]
MEN’S Prayer Group
The second Sat. of the month 9:00am
at San Sebastian Knights Hall
Contact: Wilfredo Cardona 824-1822 or
Deacon Earl Kidwell 819-5451
Power of Prayer Group
Intercessory Prayer Group Meets every
Thursday after the 8am daily mass
In the Library, If you have a prayer request
Please contact us or join us .
For more information please contact
Joann or Lansing Roy at 904-571-0156 or
email [email protected]
Meals for Moms Mission
Come and enjoy
Friendship & Fellowship the first Sunday night of each
month at 6:pm in the Parish hall kitchen to make a
meal for Moms-to-be at St Gerard Campus. Food
dona ons welcome. For more informa on Contact
Karen
Town
at
201-874-3406
or
[email protected]
Marian Movement of Priests
Prayer Group, 2nd and 4th Sundays
For more info. contact Leaugeay McKean at
[email protected]
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR
THE ALTAR SOCIETY
Every Monday from 8am-9am we meet in the
church. We change & clean altar linens,
restock votive candles, clean, dust, straighten
pews & water flowers. If Interested please
Contact Tyra Rousseau at
the church office 824-6625
SAN SEBASTIAN LIBRARY
located in the Gathering Space: Books,
tapes, movies, & music, for young & “old”.
Open during church hours. Please return
items borrowed within 2 weeks.
Contact Susan Donlon at 315-1352
INTERESTED
IN BECOMING
CATHOLIC???
RCIA has day and evening sessions. Contact
Susan Donlon at 824-6625 or 315-1352 or
[email protected]
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Third Sunday of Easter
Prayer Blanket Ministry
Our parishioners generously make and donate hand made blankets for those sick and
in need of comfort & compassion. Now
available : PRAYER CLOTHS for our Troops
to carry with them in their pockets. Prayer
cloths are available depicting: Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force or a generic material with the American Flag. Stop by the
church office to pick up a prayer blanket or to
order a prayer cloth. Contact Leaugeay
McKean at the church office or email
[email protected]
April 19, 2015
Knights
of Columbus
Council 11046
Knights of Columbus Event Schedule
Knights Meeting, 2nd Tuesday of the month
at 7pm in the Knights Hall.
Monthly Socials, Everyone is invited to the
Knights of Columbus Pot Luck Dinner Social
the 4th Tuesday of the month, at 6:30pm.
Joining The Knights of Columbus. or transferring into our Council contact the Grand
Knight ~ Ron Miller at 904-495-5179
Pancake Breakfast, 2nd and 4th Sun. of each
month after 8am & 10am masses.
Bible Study
Ends
For the
Summer on
May 14th
Squires, Meeting Sunday April 12, at
6:00pm. For info call Mike Ryan -797-7418.
Ministry of Caring Our Mission is: No
member of our Parish Family will grieve alone;
We pray, visit the sick & bereaved; assist with
funeral plans; & host funeral receptions in the
parish hall. If you are interested in joining this
ministry or are in need of assistance,
USHERS NEEDED ALL MASSES
contact Orpha Wiseman at 904-824-5748
Sat. 4pm, Sun. 8am, 10am & 12 pm
Contact Bob Webb, 806-6593
MUSIC MINISTRY
The next Bi-lingual
Healing Mass
will be Wednesday
April 15, 2015
at 7pm in the church
Mass Times
Sat. 4pm mass
Sun. 8 & 10am mass
Sun. Spanish mass
Tues. Children’s Choir
Rehearsal Times
Sat. 3:00pm - Church
Tues. 7:00pm - Church
Wed. 6:00pm - Church
Tues. 6:00pm - Church
DIVORCED and SEPARATED SUPPORT MINISTRY
Meets Mondays at 7:00pm in KC Hall
FOOD SHARING
DonaƟons of Meat always appreciated
Team A - Lydia Quiles 687-8169 or
email [email protected]
Team B - Cheryl Manucy 824-3403 or
email [email protected] .net.
Meal prepara on is the 3rd Tuesday, of
the month @ 2pm in the parish hall.
For more info call Pete Nolan 904-687-8486
Meets every Friday at 2:00pm
in the church during Adoration
to pray the Rosary.
Call Lane @ 823-8887
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Third Sunday of Easter
Activities for the Week
04/18 Sat.
04/19 Sun.
04/20 Mon.
FOOD DRIVE WEEKEND
Youth Group Bake Sale
3:00-3:30pm Confessions
4:00pm Mass
Children’s Choir
5:00pm Wine & Cheese
FOOD DRIVE WEEKEND
Youth Group Bake Sale
8:00am Mass
9:00am Gift Shop open
9:00am Coffee and Danish
10:00am Mass
10:00am Liturgy of the Word
Grades K-4
11:00am Gift Shop open
11:00am Coffee & Danish
12:00pm Spanish Mass
NO MASS
8:00am Altar Society
6:00pm Finance Council
7:00pm Divorced & Separated Group
04/21 Tues.
8:00am
6:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
Mass
Children’s Choir
Choir
Knights Social
04/22 Wed.
8:00am
6:00pm
6:00pm
7:00pm
Mass
Religious Ed at St. Joseph
Spanish Choir
Spanish Cursillo
04/23 Thurs. 8:00am
8:30am
6:30pm
7:00pm
04/24 Fri.
04/25 Sat.
04/26 Sun.
Mass
Prayer Group
High School
Bible Study
8:00am Mass
8:30am-6:pm Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament
2:00pm Food & Fun Friday
6:00pm First Communion Practice
3:00-3:30pm Confessions
4:00pm
Mass
First Communion
5:00pm
Gift Shop Open
5:00pm Wine & Cheese
8:00am
9:00am
9:00am
10:00am
10:00am
11:00am
11:00am
12:00pm
2:00pm
6:00pm
Mass
First Communion
Coffee & Danish
Gift Shop open
Mass
First Communion
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Coffee & Danish
Gift Shop open
Spanish Mass
First Communion
MMP, garden
Youth Group
April 19, 2015
OFFERTORY GOAL
MORTGAGE GOAL
$12,400.00
$12,000.00
Collections For the Week of April 11-12
OperaƟng
FaciliƟes Maintenance
Church Mortgage
Religious Ed Center
Weekly E-Giving
Liturgical Supplies
Insurance Subsidy
Rice Bowl
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
10,851.05
160.00
1,593.00
10.00
1,476.00
2,176.93
5.00
937.90
Second CollecƟons:
April 19, Building Maintenance
April 26, Enrichment Center
May 3, Mortgage Fund
May 10, Parish Outreach for the Poor
May 14, Ascension (Holy Day)
May 17, Building Maintenance
May 24, Parish Insurance Subsidy
May 31, Religious Enrichment Center
PorƟon of General CollecƟon goes to DSA Missions
May 3, Catholic Home Missions Appeal
PLEDGE CARDS & EXTRA 10-10-10 CANS
AVAILABLE IN THE PARISH HALL FOR
DONATIONS TO THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CENTER. You can place your Filled
can or pledge card in the offertory basket.
Thank you
ON-LINE GIVING
E-giving is short for Electronic Giving.
It is an automatic transfer program
that allows you to make contributions
without the hassle of writing checks.
1. Go to the church web site
www.sansebastiancatholicchurch.com
2. Click on E-Giving or (Donate Now)
Follow the easy directions to set-up
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Please Pray for the
Repose of the Souls
of:
Rose Perry
An
Tony Dorego
John Brangan
Third Sunday of Easter
April 19, 2015
To add a name to the prayer list call church office 824-6625
or email mariei [email protected] ancatholicchurch.com
LS1 Juan Carlos Bermejo L Cpl Lacey M. Bowman Sgt. Evan Burgess
Capt. Michael Burns, USN CPO José Camacho Sgt Dusty Davis
1st Lt Vito John Errico “Tipper” Chris Esdonge, Jr
Col. Dave Francis
Lcpl Frutos Lt. Betsy Hoyos Sgt Nestor L. Lugo Lt. Col Sean Navin
Maj. David Pasquale PFC Justin Peeples EO3 David Polly
PFC Robert Young Spec. Jason Polly Marcos Rios Cpl Julia A. Taylor
Chief/WO Charlie Sharpe Lt. Mark M. Walstead Sgt Julian R. Taylor
PRAYER LIST
Week 1
Bill Boehm*
Sr. Anne Haarer*
Sheila Harris*
John Kotlinski*
Cecelia Lavinghouse*
Larry & Jane Schroeder*
Joshua Solana*
Week 2
Violeta & Jorge LeBron*
Cibely Motta
Valerie Roberts*
Stephen Thomas*
Jean Webb*
Week 3
Anita Guevara*
Carole Loughlin*
Fred Meeks*
Patyn Nowak*
John Uvegas*
Week 4
John & Rose Busketta*
Catherine Dailey*
Audrey Largent*
John & Violeta Michta*
Paul Murawski
Rose Perry
Nancy Smith*
James Watcke*
Week 5
Arnold Bandy*
Matt Barfield
Tim Donovan*
Tommy Kynard*
Anne Maetozo*
Jeff Mickler
Ada Nackashi*
Sage Stinson*
Fran Tucker
Week 6
Katie Burchfield*
Dan Burkhardt*
Audrey Burnett*
Andy Butler*
Colleen Caro*
Tyler Harpe *
Rita Kreuter*
Madison Masters*
Francis O’Laughlin*
Belinda C. Rose*
Adoration/ Wilfredo Cardona………………..,.824-1822………..[email protected]
Altar Servers/Susan Donlon………………….824-6625………..[email protected]
Altar Society/Church Office…………………..[email protected]
Baptism Preparation…………………………..824-6625………..[email protected]
Bread Pick Up/Tom Opiela…………………...825-4178………. [email protected]
Bible Study / Mickey [email protected]et
Bulletin Request– Marietta Moser....………...[email protected]
Children’s Choirs-Lynne Dupont……………..[email protected]
Confirmation-Adults or Youth-Susan Donlon.824-6625………..[email protected]
Choir Director - English Judy Bernhard……..540-4605………..[email protected]
Choir Director -(spanish)/Maria Hernandez...000-0000………. [email protected]
Diaper Drive/Donna McNary………………….806-2844………..[email protected]
Extraordinary Ministers/ Jeanne Karamon…..824-8145………..[email protected],com
Facilities Manager/Allen McCaffery…………..[email protected]
Food & Fun Friday/ Susan Donlon ……………824-6625………..[email protected]
Food Sharing Team A Lydia Quiles ……….. 687-8169………..[email protected]
Food Sharing Team B Cheryl Manucy……..824-3403………..[email protected]
Gift Shop/Tyra Rousseau………………… ….824-6625………...[email protected]
Finance Council /Doug Conlon…………… …808-0649………...[email protected]
Holy Orders/ Fr. David Ruchinski.……………262-3200………...
Homeless Donations/Linda & Bob Curran…..000-0000………...[email protected]
Hospital Ministry/ Deacon James Swanson…824-6625………...[email protected]
Intercessory Prayer Group/ Jo Ann Roy……..571-0156………...[email protected]
Knights of Columbus / Ron Miller…………. ...495-5179………...[email protected]
K of C Squires / Mike Ryan…………………...797-7418………..[email protected]
Ladies Guild/ Virginia Wood..……………… ...315-4741……….Virginia@
Lectors/Susan Donlon……………………….. .824-6625………..[email protected]
Marian Movement of Priest/Leaugeay McKean…824-6625………...[email protected]
Men’s Prayer Breakfast/Deacon Earl Kidwell 819-5451………..[email protected]
Ministry of Caring/ Orpha Wiseman………….824-5748………..
Office Manager (Office) Tyra Rousseau……..[email protected]
Office office (Espanol) Clarita Opiela………..[email protected]
Church Office (Espanol) Doriana [email protected].com
Parish Council Chariman/ Frank [email protected]
Prayer Blanket Ministry/Leaugeay [email protected]m
Recycle Program/Tyra [email protected]icchurch.com
Religious Education/Susan Donlon…………..824-6625………..[email protected]
Respect Life/Lane Campau…………………...823-8887………..[email protected]
RCIA/Susan Donlon……………………… …...[email protected]
Rosary Makers/Susan Donlon………………...[email protected]
Sacrament of Baptism/ Susan Donlon……….824-6625………..[email protected]
Sacrament of Marriage—church [email protected].com
Sunday Communion Service/St. Aug. Rehab..[email protected]
Ushers/Bob Webb………………………………806-6593……….webbele[email protected]
Youth Group (The Warriors)/Gail [email protected]h.com
Vacation Bible School/ Virginia Wood………..[email protected]
Wine and Cheese/Anne [email protected]
Web Master/ Bill Loughlin……………………...377-7874………..[email protected]
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Third Sunday of Easter
April 19, 2015
RECYCLING FUNDRAISING PROGRAM - ALUMINUM CANS (Beer & Soda cans only) behind the
Knights Hall. Paper Dumpster available in the front parking lot. No phone books, no plastic bags.
Box Tops for Education - Look for the official Box Top for Education on different food products. We also accept coke reward Codes, Sunny D Labels, and Kellogg's Family Reward Codes
Donation Box will be located in the gathering space. For more information contact Karen Town 940
-6877
Food Drive - Please bring non-perishable food items for needy families in our community
every 3rd weekend of the month. Thank you for your continuing generosity.
Diaper Drive -Diaper Drive for diapers & wipes to be donated to St. Gerard House. We can
only accept donations that are packaged. A basket for your donations is available in the Gathering
Space For more info, contact Donna McNary 806-2844
Food & Fun Fridays - 4th Friday of the Month - San Sebastian hosts a meal from 2pm
–4pm for the elderly and those on fixed incomes. If you have a neighbor or friend who would benefit
from
this
event,
invite
them
to
join
us.
To
Volunteer
.
please contact Susan Donlon at the church office 824-6625 ext 107.
Food Sharing of St. Augustine - An evening meal for the homeless in St. Aug. the 3rd
Tuesday of the month at 2pm. To volunteer for this great community outreach contact Lydia
Quiles 687-8169 or email [email protected] or Cheryl Manucy 824-3403 or email [email protected]
Donations needed for the homeless in St. Augustine - needed are small travel sizes: shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, washcloth, toothbrushes, combs, socks, hand sanitizer, Band-Aids, Neosporin, tweezers, nail clippers, razors, sunscreen, sunglasses, adult sizes .
Donation basket located in the gathering space.
St. Augustine Health and Rehabilitation Center, Mass - celebrated every 3rd Friday of the month at 10:00am.
St. Johns County Pet Adoption & Holding Center - A donation basket is
located in the Gathering Space. needs: pet foods, treats, blankets, towels, and toys.
The Corporal Works of Mercy - “People who want to do good things for people in need”.
The following organizations in St. Johns County need your time & talent: Catholic Charities,
Community Hospice, St. Gerard House, St. Francis House, Salvation Army, Council on Aging,
St. Vincent De Paul Society, Habitat for Humanity, United Way of St. Johns, Homeless Coalition, Welfare Federation of St. Johns, & many more. Pamphlets with contact info located in
gathering space.
Prison Ministry - For more information contact Fr. Thomas Walsh at 824-6625
ST. GERARD CAMPUS THRIFT SHOP 1333-3 Old Dixie Hwy. St. Augustine, 904-315-3918