Friday, October 11 - Pope St. John XXIII
Pope St. John XXIII called for a renewal of both the clergy
and the laity by convoking the Second Vatican Council in 1962
Saturday, Oct 12 - Blessed Virgin Mary
Joel 4:12-21 Psalm 97:1-2, 5-6, 11-12 Luke 11:27-28
" 'Rather', He replied, 'blest are they who hear the word of God
and keep it' " - Luke 11:28
Sunday, October 13 - 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
2 Kings 5:14-17 Psalm 98:1-4
2 Timothy 2:8-13 Luke 17:11-19
"One of them, realizing that he had been cured, came back praising God in
a loud voice. He threw himself on his face at the feet of Jesus
and spoke His praises." - Luke 17:15-16
Monday, October 14 - Pope St. Callistus
Pope St. Callistus lived a life of extaordinary
forgiveness. He instituted Ember Day fasts and provided
for the interment of the Martyrs. He himself, suffered
martyrdom in A.D. 223.
Tuesday, October 15 - St. Teresa of Jesus
St. Teresa of Jesus chose to enter religious life
because she knew how prone to sin she was. As a reformer
of the Carmelites, she re-established the observance of
their ancient order. She is one of the Doctors of the Church.
Wednesday, October 16- St Hedwig
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque
St Hedwig , duchess of Poland and maternal aunt of St. Elizabeth
of Hungry, retired into a Cistercian convent after the death
of her husband. She died in 1243
St Margaret Mary Alacoque, yearned to live quietly as a
Visitation nun. However, Jesus appeared to her in numerous
private revelations over several years, and encouraged her
to promote devotion fo His Sacred Heart.
Thursday, October 17 - St. Ignatius of Antioch
Emperor Trajan forced the Christians in Antioch to chose
between death and apostasy. Bishop St Ignatius would
not deny Christ and was condemned to death.
Friday, October 18 - St. Luke, Evangelist
St. Luke was very probably born of pagan parents at Antioch.
Converted, he became the missionary companion of St. Paul.
He earned undying glory by his writings of the Third Gospel
and the Acts of the Apostles.
Saturday, October 18 - St. Isaac Jaques,
St. John de Brebeuf &
the North American Martyrs
St. John de Brebeuf with the other North American
missionaries were captured, tortured, mutilated, and killed
by the North American natives as they worked to spread
the faith in Jesus.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CATHOLIC? - Contact Deacon Larry Gronas (513) 502-6266. Classes begin Tuesday, August 20 at 6:30pm in the church basement
FOR YOUTH GROUP MINISTRY, CONTACT Pam Hurley (513) 374-0332
Public Square Rosary Rally
This public square Rosary Rally sponsored by "America Needs Fatima" will be one of over 20,000 rallies that will take place across America that day.
This year's rally will be held on Saturday, Oct 12, 2019 in the parking lot of St. Julie Billiart Church, 224 Dayton St., Hamilton. The rally
will begin at 12:00pm. The service will be officiated by Father Robert Muhlenkamp. The service will include: Recitation of the Rosary,
Adoration and Benediction.
Please join us on this very important day in offering reparation for the sins and offenses committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary and to
fervently pray for the conversion of our United States.
For further information or questions about this event, please contact Marilyn Vidourek at 894-5851 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to www.40Days for more information. Prayer vigils are held in Dayton and Cincinnati.
The weather is cooling. Is your marriage cooling off too?
Fire things up with a Marriage Encounter Weekend Experience! It would make a wonderful fall getaway with your spouse. The next Marriage Encounter Weekend experiences are October 18-20 at the Holy Spirit Center in Cincinnati, OH and November 1-3 at Maria Stein Renewal Center in Maria Stein, OH. Register today at https://esharing.org/applyWeekend.php
For more details contact:
Andy and Jeanne Folfas at (937) 886-5196
We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe
We remember how you loved us to Your death,
and still we celebrate, for You are with us here.
And we believe that we will see You when You come in Your glory, Lord,
We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe.