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ST. JUDE CATHOLIC CHURCH BOSSIER CITY, LOUISIANA

The Week at a Glance [email protected]

JUNE 19, 2011

SUNDAY June 26 Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ

8:30am8:30am-Mass, + Madeline Tiller

9:45am-Bible Study, A-Bldg. 9:45am-RCIA, Rectory

SATURDAY June 18

9am-Souper Saturday, KC Hall 10:30am-Rosary, Chapel 4pm-Confession, Chapel

11am11am-Mass, + Dr. John Gregorio

4pm-Cont. Group Rehearsal, Church 4pm-Youth Band Rehearsal, A-Bldg.

5pm5pm-Mass, + Charles P. Brigham

6pm6pm-Mass, St. Jude Parishioners

7pm-Youth Night, Refuge

SUNDAY June 19 Most Holy Trinity

8:30am8:30am-Mass, + Nomie Namie Sr.

9:45am-Bible Study, A-Bldg. 9:45am-RCIA, Rectory

11am11am-Mass, + Jesus Valera

4pm-Cont. Group Rehearsal, Church 4pm-Youth Band Rehearsal, A-Bldg.

6pm6pm-Mass, St. Jude Parishioners

7pm-No Youth Night

WELCOME VISITORS: The St. Jude Parish Family welcomes all visitors who are worshipping the Lord with us today. We are glad & honored to have you with us. Please know that the doors of our hearts & church are always open to you. Fr. Pike Thomas

Monday June 20

7:15am7-7:15am-Morning Prayer 11:30am11:30am-Mass, + Deacon Bill Long

12pm-Pastoral Team Meeting, K-Hall 6:30pm-Finance Council, Rectory 6:30pm-SVdP Meeting, Library 6:30pm-Vac. Bible School, A-Bldg.

MEMORIAL UPDATE! To provide a memorial for altar flowers, gifts, or the sanctuary lamp, please contact Mike of the office at 746-2508 or e-mail [email protected] Mass Intentions need to be into the parish office by Monday for the following Sunday's bulletin.

Please pray for the repose of the souls of

Tuesday June 21

7:15am7-7:15am-Morning Prayer

9:15am-Bible Study, K-Hall

10am10am-Mass, Horizon Bay 5:30pm5:30pm-Mass, + Carey A. Clark

6pm- "8:30" Choir Rehearsal, Church 6:30pm-Vac. Bible School, A-Bldg.

Leona Evans

Mother of

Charles Evans **********************************

7amWEDNESDAY 7am-Mass,+ Josephine Fulco 7:30am-6:15pm7:30am-6:15pm-Adoration June 22

Erlinda Fabrigas

Mother of

2pm-Hope House, K-Hall 4:30-6pm-Confession, Chapel 6pm-Zumba, A-Bldg.

Kathleen & Joel Espinosa

6pm6pm-Chaplet of Divine Mercy 6:15pm6:15pm-Benediction

6:30pm-Vac. Bible School, A-Bldg. 6:30pm-PPC Meeting, K-Hall

THURSDAY June 23

7:15am7-7:15am-MORNING PRAYER

1pm-Canvas Painting, K-Hall

5:30pm5:30pm-Mass, + Rose Beck

6pm-Weight Watchers, A-Bldg. 6:30pm-Choir Rehearsal, Church 6:30pm-ZUMBA Fitness Class, A-Bldg. 6:30pm-Vac. Bible School, A-Bldg.

FRIDAY June 24 SATURDAY June 25

7:15am7-7:15am-MORNING PRAYER 11:30am11:30am-Mass, + Michael J. Struski

6:30pm-Vac. Bible School, A-Bldg. 10:30am-Rosary, Chapel 4pm-Confession, Chapel

St. Jude Mission Statement United in the love of the Father, Son & Holy Spirit, We commit ourselves as a welcoming Catholic Community: To Worship God in Word & Eucharist; To Learn, Live, & Share our Faith; To serve others; and To reconcile with God and one another. ~adopted 2007, St. Jude Pastoral Planning Council

5pm-Mass, +Cindy Tuminello Shelton 5pm-

"Now is the Acceptable Time..." (2 Cor 5:2)

The end of the campaign for the new church is in sight. First I want to continue to give thanks for the many who have been so very generous to this project, both in prayer, effort, time and financial resources. Because of you the goal is in sight! There remain many, however, who have not been reached personally by a fellow parishioner and asked for their support. If that is you, please take this note as a special request from me as your pastor to do what you can to move us closer to the goal. Gifts add up quickly: just think, 200 more gifts at $3000 each (only $12.50/wk, $50/mo) nets $600, 000 ­ this is well within the realm of possibility. But we need to hear from you! Last weekend the Bishop in his keynote address for the 25th Anniversary invited us to:

1) think BIG; 2) lose our fears; 3) accept change; 4) give all to Christ; and 5) "stir into flame" the Spirit! (2 Tim. 1:6)

I see this exhortation from him as a blueprint for our own future as a parish. Join us in this great crusade for the Lord! To expedite your response, which I know will be prayerful, thoughtful and generous, you may: · · · Come into the parish office any day during office hours (8:30am-4:30pm) and confidentially complete your pledge card, or We can send an emissary out to you personally through a phone call to us (746-2508). You can come to Kilpatrick Hall before and after all the Masses June 18-19 and June 25-26.

Although the drive will not end until we have completed the goal, our full-time campaign counsel will cease at the end of this month, and we will be on our own. There will be follow-up, I am sure, but I am hopeful that will be only a "clean sweep" following the successful attainment of our basic goal. I want my time to be spent on service to you the People of God in pastoral work rather than "fund-raising," so please, act on God's counsel to you and support this great work for the future of the Catholic Church we love!

Father's Day

We offer deepest thanks today not only for the fullness of God in the Holy Trinity but also by analogy for the earthly examples of fatherhood that we ourselves have enjoyed from so many of our own dads, granddads, older mentors, and the like. May the Lord renew all those who have taken on this sacred trust first in their own families and then for others who need excellent male role models of strength, courage, integrity, encouragement, compassion and self-sacrifice. ­ Fr Pike

The Most Holy Trinity

June 19, 2011

God so loved the world that he gave his only Son.

-- John 3:16a

ST. JUDE CATHOLIC CHURCH BOSSIER CITY, LOUISIANA

JUNE 19, 2011

St. Jude Parish Upcoming Events

Vacation Bible School June 20, 2011

ST JUDE CATHOLIC Invites Families to HOMETOWN NAZARETH: WHERE JESUS WAS A KID A summer family event called Hometown Nazareth will be hosted at St. Jude Catholic Church from June 20th to June 24th Families step back in time at Hometown Nazareth, exploring what it was like to live in the town where Jesus grew up. Hometown Nazareth will run from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM each day. For more information, call 746-2508. You may register and/or volunteer online at stjudebossier.org. and click and catechetics choose gift/vbs and scroll down to click on vbs which will take you to our vbs website. *Registration fee for VBS is $20.00 per child. Scholarships are available call Marcie at 7462508.

Birthday blessings to the following St. Jude parishioners as they celebrate their birthday this week

Second Collection, June 26

The June 25 & 26th second collection is the Peter's Pence Collection, which provides the Holy Father with the funds he needs to carry out his most important charitable works. Through your generosity, we can cast the peace of Christ upon the world.

Youth Ministry

[email protected]

Community Night Sunday June 12, after the 6pm Mass in the Refuge . Bring a friend. Wednesday Night Bible Study June 15 in the Refuge. All mid & high school youth are invited.

June 18 Verna Provost Kathy Einerson Katie Boliew Gerry Castellani Ada Rae Rumbaugh June 19 Floyd Picht Konnor Einerson James West June 20 Michael Angelo Fred Loughner Julianne Keller June 21 Gabriel Burns Paulette Williams-Theus Mathew Lee Grace Norman Brittany Walker Margaret Glatt

June 22 Autumn Jolly Delicia Sanchez Leslie Holifield Sonia Cox Charlotte Lancaster Justin Larey David Boyter Lonnie Morvan Andrea Johnson June 23 Natalie Sutton Morgan Gatti Steven May June 24 Allen Sherwin Deacon Larry Mills Adrienne Remedies

EMPLOYMENT

St. Catherine Community Center Coordinator Job functions/responsibilities: Grant writing & fund raising Community outreach Coordinating summer and after school programs Managing volunteers and staff Administrative functions Qualities/Skills: Bachelor's degree in Education or Business Managerial/organizational Fundraising experience Strong in building community relationships Administrative experience Demonstrate a mature faith & active church involvement Please send résumés to: St. Catherine Community Center Attention Randy Tiller 3500 Fairfield Ave Shreveport, LA 71104

The St. Jude Ladies Guild meets in Kilpatrick Hall on the second Monday of every month at 6:30PM. All are welcome. More members are needed to meet our needs.

Note: If your birthday is not listed, likely you haven't completed the parish census. Check the church foyer for a copy.

ST. JUDE CATHOLIC CHURCH BOSSIER CITY, LOUISIANA

JUNE 19, 2011 Please pray for our sick and homebound:

ADAM ARCENEAUX PHYLLIS ARMSTRONG GREG BRITTNER* KENNY GAUDIN* MICHELLE GRABSKI ANNE HARVEY* LUKE LECHMAN* DANESSA MORGAN JOHN PACHANKIS ISABELLA PARENT VERNA PROVOST LANE REMEDIES* JOEL SOUTHERN* JANICE SEGARS* TIM SEGARS* MIA TROQUILLE* * Parishioner Relative/ Spouse/Friend

Scripture & Faith Sharing

The Most Holy Trinity

TODAY'S READINGS O.T. -- The LORD, merciful and gracious, rich in kindness and faithfulness (Exodus 34:4b-6, 8-9). N.T. -- Brothers and sisters, rejoice. Live with one another in peace, and the God of peace will be with you (2 Corinthians 13:11-13). Gospel -- God did not send the Son to condemn the world, but to give it abundant life (John 3:1618).

WEEKLY FAITH SHARING QUESTION Adults: How can the greatness of God's love direct my daily actions, words and thoughts? Children: How would you describe God? READINGS FOR THE WEEK

Prayers for our sick & homebound will remain on the bulletin for 2 weeks unless you otherwise notify the parish office.

NOTE: If you or a family member wish to be placed on the Prayers of the Faithful, please contact the church office at 746-2508. The list will begin anew at the beginning of each month; the prayer list in the bulletin quarterly.

Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

Gn 12:1-9; Mt 7:1-5 Gn 13:2, 5-18; Mt 7:6, 12-14 Gn 15:1-12, 17-18; Mt 7:15-20 Gn 16:1-12, 15-16 [6b-12, 15-16]; Mt 7:21-29 Is 49:1-6; Acts 13:22-26; Lk 1:57-66, 80 Gn 18:1-15; Mt 8:5-17 Dt 8:2-3, 14b-16a; 1 Cor 10:16-17; Jn 6:51-58

If you know someone who is in the hospital and would like to receive communion, please call the church office. Privacy laws make it difficult for us to get the names from the hospital.

Deacon Dialogue

Notes on upcoming Trinity Sunday Readings:

W should, from time to time, STOP and smell the roses so to speak. To relax and loosen up our "stiff-neck". Be in the right frame of mind to see, hear, or feel the Holy Spirit acting within and around us. As Bishop observed last Saturday a surprise can bring a positive change to our own spirit if we are simply open to receive such gifts. I am sure our dads could tell many a story about the surprises their children brought to their lives...and the resultant positive affect that coursed through the fabric of their family. May your Father's Day be filled with blessings. And the wonderful majesty of a God for all: a God in three persons. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. At any time in our life no matter our situation we can still relate to one of these persons. A caring, nurturing Father. The Son with so much love he became a creature like one of us, our brother and Lord. And the Holy Spirit, overflowing and present in and around us until the end of time. Perhaps even more than the relationship of the Hebrews of Moses' time with God as all powerful Father, WE ARE TRULY A BLESSED PEOPLE! --Deacon Larry Mills

SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES Pentecost Sunday Sunday: Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Friday: Saturday: The Most Holy Trinity; Father's Day Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time St. Aloysius Gonzaga; St. Paulinus of Nola; Ss. John Fisher and Thomas More The Nativity of St. John the Baptist Blessed Virgin Mary

PLEASE JOIN US!!! THE SAINT JUDE SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY MEETS HERE AT THE CHURCH IN THE LIBRARY ON THE 1st & 3rd MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 6:30 PM. ALL ARE INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND. VOLUNTEERS ARE DESPERATELY NEEDED FOR OUR ST. VINCENT DE PAUL HOTLINE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE CALL BRIAN BURGESS AT 746-1299.

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