1 Ted Hughes Realtor Kaechele Motors, Inc. 956 West Beach Blvd. C 251-979-5663. F 251-281-2089. 25203 State St. Elberta, AL. 251-986-5219. SAINT BARTHOLOMEW . Gulf Shores, AL 36542 T 866-948-2651. CATHOLIC CHURCH . Email: Facebook: 12795 Illinois Street Msgr. Stephen E. Martin, Pastor Deacon. Kenneth Kaiser Elberta, AL 36530 Cell: 251 402-3578 Home Phone: 251-987-1503. Local Seafood Tradition since 1973 251-986-8142 email: Locations in Foley and Orange Beach Foley, AL 36535 Secretary: Paulette Corban Parish Catechetical Leaders (PCL): Office: 251-986-8142 Cell: 251-923-9787 Erik Goldschmidt (251-504-1623, e-mail: or Tiffany Goldschmidt Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM Monday thru Friday Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 30, 2017. Weekend Masses All things work for those who love God. Romans 8:28a Saturday 6:00 PM. Sunday 8:00 AM &. 10:30 AM TODAY'S READINGS. Weekday Masses First Reading Solomon prays for an understanding heart (1 Kings 3:5, 7-12). Tues at 6:00 PM Psalm Lord, I love your commands (Psalm 119).)
2 Wed - Sat at 7:30 AM. John P. Werner Thomas J. Werner Confession Second Reading All things work for good for those who love God (Romans 8:28-30). Ben Werner Tuesday 5:00 - 5:45 PM Gospel The one who knows of the kingdom of heaven brings new and old from the storeroom Thursday 6:30 7:20 AM (Matthew 13:44-52 [44-46]). The Boss: Janice K. Werner Saturday 5:00 - 5:45 PM. Boss in training: Jacy Werner And on request TOM'S. AUTO REPAIR, LLC. 251-986-5135. 11551 County Road 87 South, Elberta, AL 36530 A SHARE IN GOD'S KINGDOM. Today concludes a three-week series of Gospel Come in after Mass and receive a dollar off of your meal! Wolfe-Bayview texts in which we have listened to a total of seven Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inc. parables about the kingdom. The believer is asked to 25102 State Street 2551 S. McKenzie St. consider the request that God made of Solomon in Elberta, AL 36530 Gary Wolfe Gary Simms Foley, AL 36535 today's first reading: Ask something of me and I will give (251) 986-3071 Owner Manager (251) 943-2391.
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4 Ministry Contacts: Collection July 23rd Attendance: 254 The Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite will be Sick and Hospital Calls Altar Server Vincent Kaiser 962-2119. Sunday Collection: $3, Sunday, August 6th at 12:30 PM. The Latin Mass Bereavement Committee Nita Kaiser 986-5222. Missionary Co-op: $ If you have someone who is sick or in the Thank you for your generosity Bulletin Ads Paulette Corban 986-8142 will be offered by Msgr. Martin. Burse Club Margaret Peterson 987-5251 hospital and would like for Msgr. Martin or CATHOLIC Charities Glen Kaiser 943-4644 Deacon Kenny to come see them, please contact them or Prayers for the sick: Religious Education Please prayerfully consider volunteering to Andrew Anderson, Gabriel Barnard, Gene Boros, Tom Boggs, CATHOLIC Social Services Nita Kaiser 986-5222 the office. Their numbers are on the front of the bulletin. Kathy Byerley, The Schoen Family, JJ Carangelo, Christopher Engaged Encounter Deacon Kenny 987-1503 teach or substitute for religious education classes next Cotton, Elaine Cull, Francis Cuellar, Stan Devaine, Beverly Doege, EMHC Bill Byerley 986-3993 year.
5 Classes are from 9:15am-10:15am for grades Baxter Duddy, Joan Feely, Christian Frank, Jordan Geri, Thomas Finance Council Andy Schaff 986-5341 K-12 on Sunday mornings during the school Glunt, Robert Goldschmidt, Jimmy Gottler, Diane Hatfield, Jim Hospitality Alma Doege 986-5201 year. Contact Tiffany Goldschmidt if you have Horak, Karen Krauss, Dennis Kaiser, Kenny Kaiser Sr., Eugene Knights Of Columbus Pierre Vilain 895-7404 Bulletin items Klein, Kevin Laird, Chuck Lambeck, Madalyn McCormick, Fr. additional questions, 251-504-6507. Thank you! Ladies Society Olivia Marquez 943-8251. Howard Moussier, Libby O'Pry, Margaret Schaff, Joey Schaff, Larry If you have something to put in the bulletin, please have Liturgy Committee Msgr. Stephen E. Martin 986-8142. & Sandy Schaff, Nancy Seidler, Charlotte Smith, June Taylor, it to Paulette by Monday. We are facing a deadline for Gabriel Trott, Beverly Ulrich, Chris Williams, Marilyn Wilsey, and Marriage Encounter Deacon Kenny 987-1503.
6 Zachery Wood. Music Ministry Erin Faulk 978-2383 printing. If I don't get your information by Monday, it Parish Council Vince Kaiser 962-2119 We will have our annual celebration of the might not make the bulletin for a week. Prayers for recently deceased (during the last year): Parish Hall Paulette Corban 923-9787 feast of St. BARTHOLOMEW on Sunday, Fr. Richard Altenbaugh, Alice Burkhardt, Mary Burkhardt, Bonnie Deal, Cecil Gartman, Martin Helton, Mary Herndon, Olive Keller, Prayer Line Pat Krauss 979-8871 August 27 at 10:30 am. There will be no Prince of Peace Jim Horak 986-5248 Mass at 8:00 am; only one Mass at 10:30 If you notice something that needs Lorainne Kowalski, Helen Langlois, Deacon John Morgan, Gene Rench, Otto Schoen, Charlie Ward, Ed White. RCIA Msgr. Stephen E. Martin 986-8142 am in the school Gymnasium. After the cleaning or fixing in the CHURCH , parish hall Sanctuary Care Bill & Jill Byerley 986-3993 Mass we will go to the parish hall for a or grounds, please contact Paulette.
7 We Sick or Shut-in If you are ill or know of someone who is ill, due to Ann Hansen 962-4914 presentation of the long range plan for the parish which we have someone who handles the cleaning have surgery or in the hospital and would like a visit from the pastor, St. Benedict School Leslie Mapp 986-8143 have been developing for the last year. Dinner will follow please call Msgr. Stephen E. Martin at 251-986-8142. and maintenance of these areas. Youth Group/Confirmation Erik Goldschmidt 504-1623 the presentation. Tiffany Goldschmidt 504-6507. Mass Intentions 7/29 6:00 PM. 7/30 8:00 AM. 7/30 10:30 AM St. BARTHOLOMEW Parishioners Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament The parish office will be closed on Thursday, August 3rd, 8/1 6:00 PM. Every Thursday beginning at 8:00 AM until Friday at 7:00 AM. Friday, August 4th and Monday, August 7th. 8/2 7:30 AM. 8/3 7:30 AM James Horak Jr. We need more substitutes. 8/4 7:30 AM. 8/4 7:30 AM. 8/5 7:30 AM Upcoming Special Collections To Be Options for Pregnant Women (To be taken up immediately after the first collection).
8 8/5 6:00 PM To Be Baby Bottle fund drive- It's not too 8/6 8:00 AM St. BARTHOLOMEW Parishioners July 30 St. Benedict School 8/6 10:30 AM Beatrice (Bonnie) Deal late to participate. Extra baby bottles are The dates without a name are available for your intention. August 6 Building & Maintenance available in the back Call the office to schedule your intention. FEAST OF FAITH. SUNDAY MINISTRY SCHEDULE The Prayer Over the Gifts Date/Time Altar Servers Lector Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Ushers In the liturgy of the 1570 Missal, this prayer FEAST OF FAITH. _____ _____ _____ _____ was called the secret prayer. It was secret not The Preface Dialogue 7/29 6:00 PM J & J Kaiser C Klingelberger A Doege, volunteer T Feely, J Frank because its content was mysterious, but because it was Lift up your hearts. We lift them up to 7/30 8:00 AM C & C Bailey T Krehling D Wallace E & T Frank prayed in silence by the priest, who only recited the the Lord. Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.
9 7/30 10:30 AM Z Taylor, volunteer J Krauss T Clark L & R Krauss conclusion aloud: .. per omnia saecula saeculorum. It is right and just. With this ancient dialogue we With the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, we enter the Eucharistic Prayer, the heart of the Mass. 8/5 6:00 PM M Akins, volunteer C Klingelberger B Wood D & J Burkhardt again hear these rich prayers spoken aloud. They These venerable words have been part of the 8/6 8:00 AM N, E, E Weeks M Kaiser M Kaiser D. Fischlein, J Danley remind us to prepare ourselves for what is to happen Christian liturgy almost from the beginning by the 8/6 10:30 AM I & M McCormick O Marquez G Kaiser S & E Carter in the Eucharistic Prayer, for it is not only the bread time of Hippolytus of Rome (c. 215) they were 8/12 6:00 PM J & J Kaiser E Brewer B Byerley, A Bacher D & M Krehling and wine that will be transformed. already fixed in the liturgy. 8/13 8:00 AM C & C Bailey D Lenoir P Lenoir D & T Worsley The Prayer Over the Gifts is a prayer for Several times during the Mass the priest has 8/13 10:30 AM A Faulk, Volunteer V Gunn A Schaff L & R Krauss transformation, an expression, in a few words, of all invited us to pray.
10 There is something different here. that we hope that the liturgy will accomplish in our We are invited to be lifted up, to ascend, to climb 8/19 6:00 PM C & L Frank B Wood A Doege, C Klingelberger T Feely, J Frank lives. We ask God to accept the gifts we present, and the Lord's mountain, as it were, to go to a new place 8/20 8:00 AM N,E, & E Weeks T Krehling D Lenoir E & T Frank to change us even as God hallows the bread and wine. for this most solemn part of the Mass. And we are 8/20 10:30 AM Z Taylor, volunteer G Kaiser O Marquez S & E Carter As we listen carefully to the Prayer Over the Gifts, we invited to a new frame of mind, a sense of joy, of This week's collection counters: 7/30 Y Gruber, A Bailey, K Biel are reminded of what it is that we seek in the focused dedication: our hearts must not be cast 8/6: Y Gruber, A Bailey, K Biel 8/13: J Krauss, T Morris 8/21:A Mullek, P Corban Eucharist: to be made holy; to be drawn closer to God; down, but lifted up, and lifted to the Lord.