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MASS SCHEDULE JAN. 31 TO FEBRUARY 8, 2015

mass SCHEDULE JAN. 31 to february 8, 2015. SP ..SATURDAY 01/31 5:30 Juanita Healy SP ..SUNDAY 02/01 9:30 Carol Hedrick 00 ..MONDAY 02/02 0:00 NO SERVICES. AS .TUESDAY 02/03 6:00 Robert Bullock 02/04 8:00 Ambrose & Helen Doyle SP .THURSDAY 02/05 NOON Helen Dages 02/06 8:00 Jack Craney SP ..SATURDAY 02/07 5:30 Della Ochs SP ..SUNDAY 02/08 9:30 Pius Hart _____. SUNDAY COLLECTION January 25 $4, _____. SATURDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7th & 8th St. Peter 5 St. Peter 9:30 R: Louis Kavanaugh, III R: Brian Lechner H: Jim Strosnider H: Trudy Fuhs C: Marita Wagler C: Bob Behme C: Rodney Babrick C: Charles Gilkey Server: Grant Harrison Server: Anthony O'Brian Server: Nicholas Kavanaugh Server: Jacob O'Brian Greeters: Steve & Pat Riney Greeters: Mark & Stephanie O'Brian Ushers: John & Lea Ann Taylor Ushers: Raymond Hart & Charles Gilkey Gift Bearers: Emma Silcock & Jim Traylor Gift Bearers: Maggie Craney & Friend Collection Counters for Sunday, FEBRUARY 8th are Joe Traylor and Jim Fuhs.

MASS SCHEDULE JAN. 31 TO FEBRUARY 8, 2015 SP……..SATURDAY 01/31 5:30 p.m. Juanita Healy . SP……..SUNDAY 02/01 9:30 a.m. Carol Hedrick

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1 mass SCHEDULE JAN. 31 to february 8, 2015. SP ..SATURDAY 01/31 5:30 Juanita Healy SP ..SUNDAY 02/01 9:30 Carol Hedrick 00 ..MONDAY 02/02 0:00 NO SERVICES. AS .TUESDAY 02/03 6:00 Robert Bullock 02/04 8:00 Ambrose & Helen Doyle SP .THURSDAY 02/05 NOON Helen Dages 02/06 8:00 Jack Craney SP ..SATURDAY 02/07 5:30 Della Ochs SP ..SUNDAY 02/08 9:30 Pius Hart _____. SUNDAY COLLECTION January 25 $4, _____. SATURDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7th & 8th St. Peter 5 St. Peter 9:30 R: Louis Kavanaugh, III R: Brian Lechner H: Jim Strosnider H: Trudy Fuhs C: Marita Wagler C: Bob Behme C: Rodney Babrick C: Charles Gilkey Server: Grant Harrison Server: Anthony O'Brian Server: Nicholas Kavanaugh Server: Jacob O'Brian Greeters: Steve & Pat Riney Greeters: Mark & Stephanie O'Brian Ushers: John & Lea Ann Taylor Ushers: Raymond Hart & Charles Gilkey Gift Bearers: Emma Silcock & Jim Traylor Gift Bearers: Maggie Craney & Friend Collection Counters for Sunday, FEBRUARY 8th are Joe Traylor and Jim Fuhs.

2 FROM THE DESK. OF Father Jim Good news from Our Lady of Hope parish in Washington. This weekend the parishioners will be celebrating mass in their church building again. The purchase and installation of the new roof has been a mammoth undertaking for their parish. We rejoice with Fr. Gordon Mann, his Finance and Parish Council, and the good people of Our Lady of Hope for the successful completion of this project. For those of you who have scheduled hours of adoration at the Chapel, PERPETUAL ADORATION WILL RESUME THIS SUNDAY AT 8:00 Please continue filling your regular time slot. PRAY FOR THE SICK AND SHUT-INS OF OUR PARISHES.. Remember all our parishioners in nursing homes, hospitals, assisted living, adult care and those who are home bound.

3 LENTEN MATERIALS This weekend you will find some materials that may be helpful to your Lenten observance and practices. 100 copies of The Word Among Us are available near the church doors. If you intend to use it, take a copy. No charge for it. Also available are copies of the Matthew Kelly book Rediscovering Catholicism. No charge for this either. If you think a child, other relative or friend of yours may benefit from reading this book, take a copy for them. These books are doing no good sitting on a shelf in storage. QUOTABLE WISDOM It is in vain to expect our prayers to be heard, if we do not strive as well as pray.. Aesop CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS for 2014 will be ready for delivery soon. Call or email your request for a statement.

4 We will get it to you ASAP. ST. BLAISE BLESSING will be given after the Tuesday evening mass at All Saints for those who wish to receive it. ATTENDANCE COUNTERS for Masses on the weekends are needed. We are continuing our counting for each mass ; if you wish to sign up for Saturday or Sunday; or if you wish to continue, please contact the rectory, on either Wednesday or Thursday. HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR CATHOLIC FAITH? What is the Catholic Church's position on cremation? RIGHT TO LIFE ALUMINUM CAN/PAPER DRIVE ~ The Daviess County Right To Life organization will hold their next Aluminum Can/Paper Drive on Saturday FEBRUARY 7. Main Location will be at the old K-Mart parking lot. The Right To Life is looking for volunteers to help with the paper drive.

5 If you could volunteer for just one hour, please contact Mike Wichman 254-3060 or Louis Kavanaugh Jr. at 486-3658 or show up at the paper drive truck the day of the paper drive. St. Peter Catholic Church Montgomery, IN. Founded 1818. Saturday mass 5:30 Sunday mass 9:30 CONFESSIONS. 4:30 5:00 Saturday at St. Peter 5:30 - 5:50 Tuesday at All Saints Rev. James E. Koressel, Pastor 305 North Second Street / Box 10. Montgomery, Indiana 47558-0010. 812-486-3149. 812-486-5126 (Cell Phone Fr. Jim). 812-486-2571 (Fax). Parish Secretary's hours: Wednesday 8 12:00 noon & Thursday 9:30 1:30 PRAYER CHAIN (Lea Ann) 812-644-7698. ALL SAINTS HALL RENTAL Call St. Peter Rectory 812-486-3149. Email address: Website: (more bulletin information can be found here).

6 Like us on Facebook Please contact the Rectory to register in the parish. All weddings must be scheduled at least 6. months in advance. Check weekly bulletin for weekday and Holy Day mass times. Baptism: contact the Rectory. Anointing of the Sick: contact the Rectory. Reconciliation: check bulletin for SCHEDULE or call the Rectory for an appointment. Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time FEBRUARY 1, 2015. Come, let us bow down in worship;. Let us kneel before the LORD who made us. Psalm 95:6. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL thrift store in Washington is in need of men and women volunteers to work at sorting clothing and other donations that are brought into the store. If you can spare a few hours a week for this, please call 812-254-6678 or Ethna O'Haver at 254-3168.

7 It is preferred that you be at least an associate member of your local St. Vincent de Paul Conference. This satisfies the requirements of the Constitution and By Laws of the organization. You may contact John Taylor at 812-709-2574 or 812-644-7698 for more information about associate membership. ANSWER : The Catholic Church now permits the cremation of bodies. In former times it was forbidden. This change has come about due to a concern for an ever increasing world population and available cemetery space, especially in the European countries. In some countries a funeral plot can only be rented. After a set number of years the same plot is made available to receive another person's remains. This concern, along with a wider acceptance of the practice of cremation, has led the Church to change its discipline regarding cremation.

8 The Church has one non-negotiable regulation about cremains. For there to be a Catholic funeral service with the cremains, they must be buried either in the earth or in a properly constructed columbarium. They are not to be kept on a shelf in anyone's home, or strewn about over a body of water or tract of land. MORE. Care more than others think necessary. Trust more than others think wise. Serve more than others think practical. Anonymous A Diocese of Evansville parishioner survey, responding to the Papal request for information about the family, will be available to all who wish to respond. Please visit or and click on Synod on Family Survey on the home page to reply. The survey will be made available on January 26, 2015, at 9:00 (CST) and ends on FEBRUARY 8, 2015, at 5:00 (CST).

9 All responses are confidential.. Greetings in the name of the Lord Jesus. A Healing mass will be celebrated on FEBRUARY 8th. 2015, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Huntingburg, IN. Worship 3:30 , mass 4:00 ,2:30-3:00..Fr. Jean Vogler Celebrant. For info call John Bennett 812-544-2239, Charles Mendel 812-482- 7502 or Kim Kendall 812-630-8933. Charismatic Renewal Diocese TIME TO RENEW/SUBCRIBE TO THE MESSAGE . There are two ways you can stay connected to your Catholic community here in the Diocese of Evansville. You can subscribe to the print edition or the digital edition of The Message. 1) A year's subscription to the print edition of The Message costs $24 and includes access to the digital edition. 2) The cost for a digital-only subscription is $12.

10 Send your name, address and check to The Message, Box 4169, Evansville IN 47724-0169. If you are also interested in the digital edition, please include your email address. You may also subscribe on-line at What is Engaged Encounter (EE)? EE is a weekend experience with other engaged couples that affords time alone together to plan for sacramental marriage. Trained facilitators lead the program, which is sponsored by Catholic Charities. EE weekends are FEBRUARY 14-15, APRIL 11-12, and SEPTEMBER 19- 20, 2015 at the Sarto Retreat Center in Evansville. For more information or to register, please visit or call Catholic Charities at 812-423-5456. FEBRUARY 14 -- The St. Boniface Men's Club presents the Eighth Annual Dinner, Auction, Dance.


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