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A Member of the Marianist Family

Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time June 17, 2012

Non Territorial Parish 4400 Shakertown Road Dayton, OH 45430-1057 Phone: (937) 429-0510 web site: www.qac-ohio.org

Pastoral Team: Pastoral Associate: Rev. Tom Schroer, S.M. Rev. Chris Conlon, S.M. Deacon Greg Cecere

Liturgies are Interpreted for our deaf community members NOTE: Nursery Service available on request with advanced notice! Contact Maggie Atkinson at [email protected] We share this bread and cup.... ....and we proclaim our willingness to build a community of love, and to be the holy people God calls us to be.

(QAC Vision Statement)

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QUEEN OF APOSTLES COMMUNITY (QAC)

From a Marianist Community of student brothers open to visitors for Sunday Eucharist, Queen of Apostles Community emerged as a non-territorial parish community on August 28, 1973. Continuing in the tradition of the Marianist Charism, we come together each week as a family of Catholic, Christian believers, to worship our God in the Eucharist with song & praise and to share in the breaking of the Bread. In so doing, we proclaim our willingness to build a community of love and to be the holy people God calls us to be. If you are visiting and worshipping with us for the first time, we extend to you our warmest welcome. Our prayer is that your worship experience will be uplifting and Spirit filled. We hope you will visit us often and worship with us!

(If you'd like more information about us or would like to join our Community, please fill out the form on the back cover and drop it in the collection basket!) NOTE: If the form on the back is missing, email [email protected] with your name, phone number, address and we'll contact you about joining us.

Marianist Doxology May the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit be glorified in all places through the Immaculate Virgin Mary. MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER WEEKENDS: Jul 20th-22nd, Holiday Inn Eastgate, Cincinnati, OH; Sep 21th-23rd, Cliffview Retreat Center, Danville, KY and Oct 19th-21st, Holy Spirit Center, Norwood, OH. For more details or to find out how to register for a weekend call Dave & Jan Stockleman, 1-800547-1251 Code 00, or visit www.esharing.org.

STEWARDSHIP & GIVING

Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time: "For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each one may receive good or evil, according to what he has done in the body." (2 Corinthians 5:10). We are accountable for the gifts God has given us on Earth ­ our time, talent and treasure. One day each of us will be asked by God what we did with those gifts. How will you respond? Collection - June 10th

Amount Collected to Date: Amount Needed to Meet Budget to Date: Budget Delta (based on normal Sunday donations): $ 178,928.77 $ 179,990.00 ($ - 1,061.23)

Our fiscal year is July 1st to June 30th. Our weekly budget requirement is $3,850.00. You have done a terrific job. Thank you for your generosity! Last Week: Attendance - 170 Actual - $4,950.00

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Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Presider.............................Fr. Chris Conlon, S.M. Assisting............................Deacon Greg Cecere Liturgy Planner...............Maggie Atkinson Music Director................Lisa Berry Interpreter for the Deaf......Janet Miller

Ezekiel 17:22-24: God, author of life, sovereign Lord of all the universe, says, "Watch what I will do; see the life I will generate; wait for the wonders I will work!" With sure authority, God says, Know that I can "bring low" or "lift high," and even "make the withered tree bloom." 2 Corinthians 5:6-10: For Paul, faith provides as solid a foundation as does concrete. It takes faith, he tells us, to walk through a life the feels like an exile from our true "home." Our home, he tells us, is "with the Lord"; anything this side of heaven is far from ideal and often painful. Yet we endure this life and strive to "please him" by all we do, for one day we will have to "appear before the judgment seat of Christ" where we will all be judged according to how we lived "in the body." Mark 4:26-34: The first parable, which appears only in Mark's Gospel account, makes the point that the harvest develops on its own, independent of the sower's efforts. So, too, the kingdom. Mysteriously, it develops quietly and often unannounced , but with an irresistible power. This story comforts all who fear they aren't able to do enough to advance the kingdom . Music: (Service Music - Mass of Creation (MOC), Gather 157-170 ) Gathering ........................................ Enter the Journey.............................................................Music, Bulletin, Pg 8 Penitential Rite ................................ SPOKEN Gloria .............................................. SUNG (Mass of Creation) .............................................................. Gather 157 NOTE: The first two readings will be spoken in two different languages Responsorial ................................... Taste & See (Psalm 34) ................................................................... Gather 47 Gospel Acclamation ........................ Mass of Creation...... ...................................................................... Gather 160 Creed .............................................. SPOKEN (Affirmation) Intercessions................................... Response: "Dieu, écoute notre prière" Sign of Peace ................................. ............ .................................................................................................. Choir Preparation of the Table ................. Be With Us, Mary ........................................................... Words, Bulletin, Pg 4 Holy, Holy ....................................... Mass of Creation...... ...................................................................... Gather 166 Memorial Acclamation..................... Mass of Creation...... ...................................................................... Gather 167 Doxology/AMEN.............................. Mass of Creation...... ...................................................................... Gather 168 Lord's Prayer................................... SPOKEN Lamb of God ................................... Mass of Creation...... ...................................................................... Gather 170 Communion .................................... We Are One Body ............................................................Words, Bulletin Pg 4 Meditation ....................................... Special Blessing for Fathers Sending Forth ................................. All the Ends of the Earth ............................................................... Gather 520 Communion Distributors: Team #3 Ministers Taking Eucharist to Those Not With Us Let us send these ministers to those who could not be with us.

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Response: Receive the Body of Christ for the nourishment of those who are not here with us. Assure our friends of our prayers and blessings throughout the week.

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* * QAC COMMUNITY INFORMATION * * Birthdays (June 17th-24th) June 17th - Mark Cannon, Tristan Morris 18th - Simon Atkinson, Steve Cox, Lilian Hangartner 19th - Adam Moran, Tom Schroer, Nimfa Simpson 20th - NONE LISTED 21st - NONE LISTED 22nd - NONE LISTED 23rd - Brad Smith 24th - Tracy Klepacz Anniversaries June 6th 8th 11th 13th 16th 19th 20th Brenda & Mike Brunette Dot & John Fay Phillis & Bob Hamilton Charlette & Tom Zawodny Marilyn & Dan Nagle Kelley & Steve Cox Deacon Greg (25 years) Margie & Tom Hudnell 25th - Margie & Tom Cummins BE WITH US MARY REF: Be with us, Mary, along the way. Guide us every step we take, Lead us to Jesus your loving son. Come with us Mary, come with us, come. Oh on this journey, we stray, we fall. Sometimes we're empty no strength at all, O Holy Mother, come take my hand. Bring me to heaven, the promised land. (REF) WE ARE ONE BODY REF: We are one body, one body in Christ; and we do not stand alone. We are one body, one body in Christ; and he came that we might have life. When you eat my body and you drink my blood, I will live in you and you will live in my love. When you eat my body and you drink my blood, I will live in you and you will live in my love. Can you hear them crying, can you feel their pain? Will you feed my hungry, will you help my lame? See the unborn baby, the forgotten one, they are not forsaken, they are not unloved. I am the Way, the Truth, the Life, I am the Final Sacrifice, I am the Way, the Truth, the Life; he who believes in me will have eternal life. I am the Way, the Truth, the Life, I am the Final Sacrifice, I am the Way, the Truth, the Life; he who believes in me will have eternal life. -

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CELL PHONES: Out of respect for the liturgy, please turn off all cell phones. Many thanks!! 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEACON GREG'S ORDINATION TO THE DIACONATE: A wonderful celebration is being planned for Sunday, Jun 24th, beginning with a Jubilee Mass and followed by a brunch reception in Si Lounge. The planning committee needs a lot of help to set up and prepare for this event. If you can lend a hand, sign-ups will take place in the vestibule immediately following today's liturgy. Please RSVP today for the brunch (see Marilyn Nagle in the vestibule). EUCHARISTIC MINISTER TEAM #3: Amie Herbert (Captain), Marianne Bachman, Rebecca Cherry or David Neer, Mike Herbert (nursery/Si Lounge), Sharon Herbert, Martie Holda, Maria Elena Jimenez, Adam Lupp, Margo Metzmaier (basket), Adam Moran, Drew Nanda (basket), Maria Rivera. EUCHARISTIC BREAD BAKERS: Ruby Bauer (Jun 17th), Marie Ballard (Jun 24th). If you'd like to make the Eucharistic Bread or for info, call Ruby Bauer, 426-7260. Recipes furnished. HAITI PICNIC - SUNDAY, Jul 1st: We will also be having our "best offer" rummage sale, finding new homes for things we don't need so we can help the people of Haiti with things they do need. We'll begin accepting donations on Sunday, Jun 17th. PLEASE put donations in the 1st RE classroom on the right (we'll have a sign on the door). Items need to be small/light enough to easily load in Chris's van to donate to Goodwill if they don't sell (or better yet, take them home yourselves). Last year we needed 4 vans!! Set-up in the Family Room (part of the rummage sale & dessert tables), Saturday, Jun 30th, 10:00 AM. However, there is another event in Si Lounge later on Saturday, so the picnic itself and the remainder of the rummage sale needs to be quickly assembled on Sunday morning, 8:00 AM. We'll need LOTS of help both days, but especially Sunday morning!!! Contact Chris Bohmer Stewart, [email protected], 436-9280, with questions about the rummage sale. ST. VINCENT FOOD DONATIONS: Please bring non-perishable food and good useable clothing to the chapel any Sunday near the green collection bin or drop off in the marked cabinets in the hallway outside Si Lounge near the Teen Room. June items: Canned Fruit, Ladies Undergarments & Ladies Socks (all sizes). Questions? Contact Margie or Tom Hudnell, 429-0320, [email protected] Local food pantries desperately need our support. LIVING GREEN (LAST DAY)!: Marianist Environmental Education Center (MEEC) Annual Art & Education Exhibit ends today at Gallery St. John. The exhibit explores elements of living sustainably, using and reusing resources wisely, and celebrating the color of plants that sustain life. Includes photography, fabric art, poetry, a unique display of "outsider art," sculpture, and paintings that range from Japanese brushstroke to sand paintings by new and familiar artists. Gallery open Sunday from Noon-4:00 PM. Related MEEC event - Native Plant Sale, Jun 23rd. Visit meec.udayton.edu for details or stop by the gallery and pick up brochures when you come to enjoy Living Green! QA SENIORS "FREE & NEARLY FREE": US Air Force Tattoo, WPAFB Area B, Friday, Jun 29th, fireworks 10:00 PM. Dayton City Folk Festival, RiverScape, Friday, Jun 29th-Sunday, Jul 1st. Don't forget Stubbs Park - Centerville; The Fraze - Kettering; The Greene - Beavercreek, Five Rivers Metro Parks; and Miami Valley Bikeways. Check poster in the vestibule or contact Chuck Bauer, 426-7260. AN INVITATION: The "Marianist Manna Summer Series" continues. Evenings begin at 7:00 PM, 104 Edgar Ave, Dayton, with a potluck dinner followed by the presentation and conversation on planned topics. July 19th: `How Marianists Do Social Justice' (including material on "Renewing the Face of the Earth") presenters - Carol Ramey & Patti Gehred from NACMS August 23rd: `The Marianist Family in Dayton and Mobilizing for Justice' presenter - Bro. Ray Fitz. The series has a faith, justice, and action theme to it. We hope to provide themes and topics for further Marianist formation that can inspire us more to "do whatever he tells you." We also hope to

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share these opportunities with more lay Marianists in Dayton and have this be an intergenerational opportunity, so please pass this invitation along to your communities and friends. All ages and backgrounds are welcome! Please let us know if you plan to attend so we can accommodate everyone. RSVP to Mike & Caitlin Bennett, [email protected] Hope to see you there! Thanks from the Edgar and Nassau Communities! QAC CHILDREN'S LEGO PARTY EXTRAVAGANZA EVENT: Sat, Jul 28th, 2:00 PM. Blokhedz in Yellow Springs. There is an awesome new store in Yellow Springs called Blokhedz that offers exciting LEGO parties for children ages 6 to 12. Two (2) hours of LEGO games including: Bridge Building Challenges, Make a Minifig to Keep, Sky-High Challenge, and Building Competitions. Each child will get to build a minifigure to take home, along with a small Lego building set, and a pack of special "Blokhedz" candy. Cost - $20.00/child, sign-up limited to 12 children. For more information, please contact Steven Wilkinson, [email protected] REVITALIZING THE RCIA AT QAC: It has been a number of years since we have had an active RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) program. It may be time for some serious self-reflection and ask ourselves the simple question "Why would a truly searching spirit-filled person NOT want to join my Church?" If someone were interested in becoming Catholic and joining our Community, where would we send them to learn about our Church and about us? Would you be interested in becoming an RCIA leader for our Community? We have resources available to us for your training. Won't you give some prayerful consideration to taking such a leadership role! If interested, please contact the QAC office at [email protected] or 429-0510. CATHOLIC MINISTRIES APPEAL (CMA): We are most grateful to all those who have already made a pledge. The CMA funds six critical shared ministries of our Archdiocese, so please consider participating if you have not already done so. We remind you that your pledge may be paid over 10 months, and you may make a secure electronic pledge online through CatholicAppeal.net. QAC has donated $4,123.00 from 26 families toward our 2012 goal of $7,324.84 (56.29% of goal). Please remember - every pledge matters (no matter the amount) in helping us reach our goal which enables us to participate fully in "Sharing in the Work of God" in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. CATCH THE BUILDING SPIRIT: We need all types of volunteers...those who support the build financially; those who help serve/cook a meal for the blitz week workers, and those who volunteer throughout the summer to build, paint, run errands, etc. This year's house for Tracey Grigsby and her children, is in the Wright Dunbar neighborhood (corner of Edison & Conover) and will be completed by the end of September. For more info, contact Don Drake, 439-0148. Want to be a build volunteer and learn more? Visit www.CatchTheBuildingSpirit.com and click on "Volunteer and Sign up for a time to work" link. * * OUTSIDE THE COMMUNITY * * CATHOLIC RADIO AM 820 HAS ARRIVED! St. Gabriel Catholic Radio AM 820 now serves our area. Although AM 820 will not provide in-home coverage, you will receive a strong automobile radio signal during daylight hours in and around our area. AM 820 is an EWTN affiliate that provides inspirational programming to help you know, love and serve Our Lord. Set AM 820 on your radio and enjoy great Catholic programming while driving around town. NEWS FROM RADIO MARIA: You've finished College...NOW WHAT? Radio Maria has an opportunity for you to meet with Robin Brun, Career Counselor and host of Putting Faith and Hope in Your Job Search, following the broadcast of her live, call-in program, heard Thursdays, 7:00 PM, 1600 AM in Springfield/Dayton and streaming live 24/7 at radiomaria.us. Robin will be available to help you in person Thursdays, 8:00-9:00 PM, the Marianist Center (across from Chapel). Bring your resume and your questions and let Robin help you with your interview skills so you'll make a great

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first impression...your dream job could be just around the corner! For more info, call (937) 425 8773. Refreshments provided. CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER CAMPS: Summer is almost here and so are the Carroll High School Summer Camps with a variety of camps for youth. Along with an array of athletic camps, we also offer camps in Visual Arts, Drama, Forensics, Woodshop, Brownie Boot Camp (Culinary Arts), Media Mania and Writing. Visit www.carrollhs.org and click on the Summer Camp link on the Rotator for camp details! Camps fill up quickly so register now! SUMMER DAY CAMP: Our Lady of the Rosary School (north of downtown Dayton) 23rd Annual Summer Day Camp is open to children ages 5-13. Camp will be from 7:30 AM-5:30 PM weekdays, Jun 11th-Jul 27th. Fee is $20 per day, some financial aid is available. The program includes sports, arts and crafts, water activities, crafts, and educational and religious instruction. For more information visit www.olrcamp.info or call 353-7041. DONATIONS NEEDED FOR CSSMV REFUGEE SERVICES: Clearing out your closets for spring? Consider donating to Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley! Gently used clothing, small household goods, children's toys, baby items, furniture, appliances, and bicycles will provide critical support to refugees building new lives in the U.S. This great opportunity for service and charity is made easy by convenient and timely home pick-up! To donate items, please Bonnie Bazill-Davis, Refugee Resource Coordinator, 223-7217 (x1103). OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUR CONTINUING FAITH JOURNEY: St. Meinrad Archabbey (See www.saintmeinrad.org for details): Bringing to Life the Word of God in Song - Jul 1st-5th (first session). Bringing to Life the Word of God in Song - Jul 8th-12th (second session). Paul's Letter to the Galatians: Learning to Live in the Spirit - Jul 19th-21st. FORTY HOURS DEVOTION & FAMILY CAMPOUT: Quiet surroundings, scenic mountaintop views, authentically-Catholic families gathered together for a weekend of prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament, taking turns adoring our Lord for 40 hours devotion...campers, trailers, tents, and cabins are the rustic accommodations...cookouts, corn hole and volleyball games, all interspersed with times of peaceful prayer...If this appeals to you, please join us Friday, Jun 22nd, 8:00 PM to Sunday, Jun 24th, Noon, the Paul Jansen Discipleship Center, 5701 Lawshe Rd., Peebles, OH (45 minutes east of the Eastgate Mall). Can't stay the whole weekend? It's well worth the trip just for Saturday. Details or to register, visit presentationministries.com/ and click on the Discipleship Retreats, email [email protected] or call (937) 587-5464 or (513) 3732397. Cost: A free-will offering, so everyone can afford to come! EVER CONSIDER BECOMING A LAY MISSIONARY? There are 200 Catholic missionary organizations in the United States seeking short or long-term volunteers, between 16-75, for work in the U.S. or overseas. Opportunities include several weeks of housing rehab work in the Southwest or Appalachia; several months serving food banks and shelters in Florida; a year of ESL teaching in China; three years with Maryknoll in Africa and other opportunities. Contact Catholic Network of Volunteer Services at www.catholicvolunteernetwork.org or 800-543-5046, or Dr. Mike Gable at the Archdiocesan Mission Office for more details at 513-421-3131 (x 2630) or [email protected] FAVORITE QUOTES: "We should be too big to take offense and too noble to give it." ~ Abraham Lincoln "Before criticizing someone, walk a mile in their shoes; then when you do criticize them, you will be a mile away and have their shoes." ~ Anonymous

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YOUR (NOT SO) TOTALLY USELESS FACT(S) OF THE DAY: The true formal name of the famous statue standing in New York harbor is not "The Statue of Liberty." It was named "Liberty Enlightening the World" by its sculptor Frederic Bartholdi, who fashioned the statue's likeness after his mother. GUARANTEED TO ROLL YOUR EYES A group of tourists were watching the re-enactment of an ancient Egyptian religious ritual. One turned to a nearby local, pointed to the statue that was being praised and asked, "Pardon me, but what was the name of that god supposed to be?" "Why do you ask?" the man replied. The tourist shrugged. "Just idol curiosity, I guess." FATHER'S DAY TRIBUTE: When the good Lord was creating fathers, he started with a tall frame. A female angel nearby said, "What kind of a father is that? If you're going to make children so close to the ground, why have you put the father up so high? He won't be able to shoot marbles without kneeling, tuck a child in bed without bending, or even kiss a child without stooping." God smiled and said, "Yes, but if I make him child size, who would children have to look up to?" And when God made a father's hands, they were large. The angel shook her head and said, "Large hands can't manage diaper pins, small buttons, rubber bands on pony tails, or even remove splinters caused from baseball bats." Again God smiled and said, "I know, but they are large enough to hold everything a small boy empties from his pockets, yet small enough to cup a child's face in them." Then God molded long slim legs and broad shoulders. "Do you realize you just made a father without a lap?" The angel chuckled. God said, "A mother needs a lap. A father needs strong shoulders to pull a sled, to balance a boy on a bicycle, or to hold a sleepy head on the way home from the circus." When God was in the middle of creating the biggest feet anyone had ever seen, the angel could not contain herself any longer. "That's not fair. Do you honestly think those feet are going to get out of bed early in the morning when the baby cries, or walk through a birthday party without crushing one or two of the guests?" God smiled and said, "They will work. You will see. They will support a small child who wants to ride to Banbury Cross or scare mice away from a summer cabin or display shoes that will be a challenge to fill." God worked throughout the night, giving the father few words, but a firm authoritative voice; eyes that see everything, but remain calm and tolerant. Finally, almost as an afterthought, He added tears. Then He turned to the angel and said, "Now are you satisfied he can love as much as a mother can?" The angel said nothing more.

(Author: Erma Bombeck)

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BAPTISMS: Planning on having your baby baptized during Mass? Contact Judy Potter (4267688), Liturgy Planning Coordinator. If after Mass, contact Deacon Greg (429-0510). Either MUST be accomplished AT LEAST 2 MONTHS before the baptism date. You must also attend a Baptism class in Si Lounge after Liturgy (call Deacon Greg) - you don't have to wait until your child is born to attend the class! If no reservations made one week prior, class is canceled. Classes for 2012: Jul 15th Aug 19th Sep 16th Oct 21st Nov 18th Dec16th NOTE: NO BAPTISMS during Lent or during Mass in Advent (before or after Mass in Advent is still your option)!

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MARIANIST L.I.F.E. (LIVING IN FAITH EXPERIENCE) NOTE: Snacks/Social 6:30-7:00 PM; Meeting/Prayer 7:00-9:15 PM, Si Lounge (unless otherwise noted) Jun 17th Jun 24th Jul 1st Jul 8th Jul 15th Jul 22nd Jul 29th Aug 5th Aug 12th Aug 19th No Meeting...Happy Father's Day! Adam & Ian plan Craig and Peter plan - "Accepting those with Disabilities" Picnic, or hike, or canoeing? (TBD) Lee & Greg plan No Meeting TBD TBD TBD TBD

Welcome to L.I.F.E.! If you are looking for a place where you can come and just be yourself and feel connected with others and with God; then look no further. Join us Sunday evenings, 6:30-7:00 PM when we have social and snack time, and from 7:00-9:15 PM for our youth planned and implemented meetings. In Marianist LIFE we build a community, we share, we grow, and we support one another on our faith journeys. Call Maggie Atkinson (258-3702), [email protected] for more information. Or better yet see what other LIFErs have to say about it! Open to all 9th-12th graders!

VOCATION VIEWS "Lord, it is good to give thanks to You." Our life is one of gratitude for the many gifts that God has given. What are the gifts God has given to you, uniquely; and how is God asking you to share those gifts with the Church and the world? (Psalm 92) Please pray for vocations to the lay ministries, priesthood, diaconate, and dedicated religious life.

NEXT WEEK: Presider: Fr. Tom Schroer, S.M. YEAR B - Solemnity of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist Isaiah 49:1-6; Acts 13:22-26; Luke 1:57-66, 80 Visit: http://www.usccb.org/nab/

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QAC INFORMATION PLEASE ... .. Pastoral Associate/Secretary: Deacon Greg Cecere (Office: 429-0510). Office Hours: Tues & Thurs (3:30-7:30 PM), Wed/Fri/Sat (8:00 AM-Noon) .. Adult Faith Formation (AFF): Bro. Don Neff (429-0794), [email protected] .. Altar Server Coordinator: Sharon Herbert (256-6417) [email protected] .. Baptism Coordinator: Deacon Greg Cecere, [email protected] .. Breakfast Club: Jack Simpson (372-2883), [email protected] .. Communications Coordinator: Mary Rice (426-1941), [email protected] .. Community Coordinator: Mary Rice (426-1941), [email protected] .. Community Ministry: Dot Fay (236-4714), [email protected] .. Fellowship: Marie Restivo (Donut & Bagel Sunday), (320-5961) .. Hospitality: Marti Quakenbush (429-9224), [email protected] .. Director of Music: Teesie Chandler (305-7996), [email protected] .. Eucharistic Bread Baker Coordinator: Ruby Bauer (426-7260) .. Eucharistic Minister Coords: Darlene Stout (426-9524), [email protected], Amie Herbert, [email protected] .. Finance Coordinator: Tom McCrate (848-7712), [email protected] .. Futures Committee: Bob Brookey, [email protected]; Tom Zawodny, [email protected] .. Interpreter Coordinator for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing: Michelle Petrie, (409-2992), [email protected] .. L.I.F.E. Group: Maggie Atkinson, (422-3733), [email protected] .. Liturgy Coordinator: Judy Potter (426-7688), [email protected] .. Membership: Marilyn Nagle, (298-8908), [email protected]; Joan Ivory (689-8259), [email protected], information/applications. .. QAC Office Phone & FAX: 429-0510/Email: [email protected] .. QA Seniors: Ruby & Chuck Bauer (426-7260), [email protected] .. RE Coordinator: Maggie Atkinson, (422-3733), [email protected], Office Hours: Sun (7:30 AM-12:30 PM); Tues (12:00-4:00 PM); Thurs (9:00 AM-1:00 PM) .. RCIA - Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults: VACANT .. SOCIAL JUSTICE: Chris Sitko (429-4173), Jack/Nimfa Simpson (372-2883) .. SPIRIT Newsletter: Chris Penick & Steve Nordmeyer, [email protected] .. Stewardship Committee: Kevin Skinner, 427-4507, [email protected] .. Web Master: Bill Perry (429-5807), [email protected] .. Weddings, Funerals, etc.: Deacon Greg Cecere (429-0510), [email protected] Month Jun 17 24 Jul 1 8 15 22 29 Aug 5 12 Servers SERVERS / GREETERS SCHEDULE Greeters Dan & Marilyn Nagle Pat Hale & Tim Connair John & Pat Weissgarber Lisa & Jack Measure Dan & Marilyn Nagle Pat Hale & Tim Connair John & Pat Weissgarber Lisa & Jack Measure Dan & Marilyn Nagle

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Joan Ivory & Mike Herbert Maria Jimenez & Grace Takacs Faith Takacs & Bethany Ulring Kevin & Linda Skinner Marti & Tom Quakenbush

QAC INFORMATION REQUEST FORM, ANNOUNCEMENTS & SI LOUNGE RESERVATIONS IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT QAC OR WANT TO JOIN OUR COMMUNITY, please give us your name, phone number and email address and we will contact you. Name: Address: Phone: Email:

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ANNOUNCEMENTS - to be placed in Bulletin for the following: Organization/Group: Submitter/Telephone: ANNOUNCEMENT:

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Please run in Bulletin for these dates: You may email your announcement to Deacon Greg at [email protected]

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SI LOUNGE RESERVATION: Please reserve Si Lounge for the following: Program/Date(s) Required: Title of Function: Room(s) Needed/Times: Contact Person/Phone Number:

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Or call in your reservation to the QAC Office at 429-0510. If you have any questions, please call Deacon Greg on Tue/Thu, 3:30-7:30 PM, Wed/Fri or Sat, 8:00 AM-Noon at the QAC Office, 429-0510.

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