November 20, 2022 Bulletin
Sat. 19: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus
+Anna Mamone from Bob
& Millie Jonda
Sun. 20: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus
24th Sunday after Pentecost
+Joseph Hritz from Carol
Dumez, Mary Jane
Schultheis & Michael
Mon. 21: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus
Entrance of The Theotokos
+Serhiy from Family
Tues. 22: NO LITURGY
Wed. 23: NO LITURGY
Thurs. 24: 10:00 am @ Infant Jesus
For the parishioners
Fri. 25: NO LITURGY
Sat. 26: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus
+ Michael Hritz Jr. from
Sun. 27: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus
25th Sunday after Pentecost
+Leonard Slemons from
Week of 11/13/2022
$ 1,605.00 Offertory
$ 155.00 Holy Day
$ 25.00 Thanksgiving
$ 15.00 BCW
$ 25.00 Ukraine
$ 1000.00 Sheely Foundation
$ 40.00 Maintenance Fund
$ 15.00 Archdiocese Charities
$ 55.00 Candles
$ 2935.00 TOTAL
Attendance from last week’s Liturgies:
ON LINE: 8
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF OUR PARISHIONERS:
Richard Kuty, Pearl Tablack, & Patricia Flaherty, Nina Zavatsky & Bernie Litwin all at home. Mary Rotunno at Assumption, Dolores Schurko & Louise Macabobby at Hampton Wood and the rest of our parishioners who are in nursing homes. May God grant to all the sick of our parish many blessed, happy and healthier years.
November 20 at 3:00 PM Special Concert to help Ukraine to raise awareness and funds, at St Ann Ukrainian Church Hall 4310 Kirk Rd Austintown OH. Free admission, Variety of performers, free refreshments.
St. Michael Byzantine Catholic Church, 405 Robinson Rd, in Campbell is holding a Christmas Market on November 26th from 9:00 am-4:00pm. Admission is free. There will be vendors with holiday crafts, art, décor and Slavic food & drink will be sold. Plus everyone can meet Santa!
The 2023 Sanctuary request sheet is available on the vestibule table.
The Byzantine Social Club welcomes ALL PARISHIONERS to a Christmas party at Holiday Inn in Boardman on December 11, 2022 from 5:00-9:00 pm. Dinner will be served at 5:30 pm with choices of Baked White Fish, Chicken Marsala or Beef Burgundy. The cost of each dinner is $28.00 and includes dessert and beverage. Cash bar will be available. There will be a 50/50 raffle, door prizes and carolling. A sign –up sheet is posted in the vestibule of the church. Please make checks payable to the Byzantine Social Club. Payment can be dropped in the collection basket or given to Bob or Stephanie Sheely. We hope to see everyone for an evening of good food, fun, fellowship and Christmas cheer.
CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY:
The Children’s Christmas Party will be Sunday December 18th following 9:00 am liturgy. Everyone is invited for a snack, beverage and a special visit from St. Nicholas. Children age 14 and under please sign up in church vestibule by Sunday December 11th.
We will decorating the church for the Christmas season on Saturday, December 3rd at 9:00 am. All parishioners are welcomed. A lunch will be provided.
Our 50th Anniversary are available to purchase for $15-please see Fr. Michael to purchase. Those who generously donated and receive a free book, please see Fr. Michael or Paula Slemons.
SS Cyril & Methodius Byzantine Catholic Seminary are holding a Holiday Cash raffle. Tickets are $10 and the drawing will be December 6th with $2000 prize. The winning number will be taken from the PA daily-3 digit number. Please see Fr. Michael for tickets.
Fr. Michael, Maryna, Andriy, Emma, and Veronica wish all parishioners, families and friends a very healthy, happy and blessed Thanksgiving.
The Sanctuary candles will be lit for the entire week for your intentions.
For the week of November 20-26, the right sanctuary candle is in memory of +Mr. & +Mrs Michael Sheppa Jr. from Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Sheppa. . The left sanctuary candle is in memory of +Anna Mamone form Alan & Helen Mock. .
THE HABIT OF GOOD WORKS. LEO THE GREAT: The devil, even in the midst of our efforts, does not relax his schemes. At certain periods of time, we must take care of the re-energizing of our strength. The mind, concerned with the goods of the present, can rejoice in the temperate weather and the fertile fields. When the fruits are gathered into great barns, it can say to its soul, “You have many good things; eat.” It may receive a kind of rebuke from the divine voice and may hear it saying, “Fool, this very night they demand your soul from you. The things you have prepared, whose will they be?”
This should be the careful consideration of wise people, that since the days of this life are short and the time uncertain, death should never be unexpected for those who are to die. Those who know that they are mortal should not come to an unprepared end. SERMON 90.4.1.