Page Two St. Ann’s Church, Manlius, New York August 12, 2012
104 Academy Street, Manlius, New York 13104
(315) 682-5181 Fax (315) 682-5248
Web Site: http://saintannschurch.com
Fr. Cliff Auth, Pastor 682-5181 (ext. 13)
Fr. John McGraw
Fr. Michael Carmola
Nancy Mack, Business Administrator, Parish Secretary/Office Manager
682-5181 (ext. 11) E-mail email@example.com
Sr. Jane Bourne, O.S.F., 1st Communion and 1st Reconciliation Coordinator
682-9443 (ext. 19) E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathy Weaver, Rel. Ed. Grades 1-6 682-9443 (ext. 21)
Karen McMahon, Rel. Ed. Grades Pre K & Kindergarten
682-9443 (ext. 20) E-mail email@example.com
Julie Hagan, Rel. Ed. Grades 7-10, Confirmation Director
682-1042 (ext. 22) E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Perrotti, Youth Minister , Teen Choir Coordinator
682-1042 (ext. 23) E-mail email@example.com
Alyssa Brown, Christian Service Director , Mission Coordinator & Afternoon
Receptionist, Virtus Site Coordinator
682-5184 (ext. 26) E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Stanley Cadwell, Property Manager 682-8645 (ext. 18)
Francis Donahue, Director of Music
682-8645 (ext. 17) E-mail email@example.com
Kathy Schlote, Pastoral Minister,
682-8645 (ext. 24) firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue Landas, Parish Outreach 682-5184 (ext. 16)
Patty Clark, Morning Receptionist 682-5181 (ext. 10)
Freda Heagerty Trustee Emeritus
Ted Sarenski Trustee Emeritus
WEEKEND MASSES: (ext. 4)
Saturday: 4:30 p.m. Vigil
Sunday: 8:00, 10:15 and 12:00 Noon
HOLY DAY MASSES:
Vigil: 5:15 p.m.
Holy Day: 7:00 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday—9:00 a.m.
Wednesday, Thursday—7:00 a.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Friday—7:00 a.m.
Thursday, Friday—9:00 a.m.
OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Closed on Fridays.
RECONCILIATION: 3:45-4:15 Saturday
MARRIAGE: Arrangements must be made six months in advance.
WELCOME TO ALL THOSE WHO ARE VISITING ST. ANN’S
We are happy you’re here and can join us for our weekend liturgy.
Welcome to all those who have moved into the area and may want to
join our parish family. Please take the time to fill out a parish registration
form. Forms are located at each of the five doors of the church.
Also, please introduce yourself to the priest at the end of mass.
Monday, August 13, Weekday
(Ezekiel 1:2-5, 24-28c; Matthew 17:22-27)
7:00 a.m. Communion Service
9:00 a.m. Karl Ammann by Adeline Keassa
Tuesday, August 14, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Priest
and Martyr (Memorial)
( Ezekiel 2:8-3:4; Mathew 18:1-5, 10, 12-14)
7:00 a.m Communion Service
9:00 a.m. John Mungovan (Healing) by Family
5:15p.m. Daniel Cerio by The Krizman Family
Wed., August 15, The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
(Revelations 12:1; Corinthians 15:20-27; Luke 1:39-56)
7:00 a.m. No Service
9:00 a.m. No Service
7:00p.m.. Donald Roller, Jr. by Family
Thursday, August 16, Weekday
(Ezekiel 12:1-12; Matthew 18:21-19:1)
7:00 a.m. Birthday of Francisco Hahn by Family
9:00 a.m. Communion Service
Friday, August 17, Weekday
(Ezekiel 16:1-15, 60, 63; Matthew 19:3-12)
7:00 a.m. Communion Service
9:00 a.m. Communion Service
Saturday, August 18, Vigil
(Ezekiel 18:1-10, 13b, 30-32; Matthew 19:13-15)
4:30 p.m. Ruth & Jim Meyer by Carol and Anne
Sunday, August 19, Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 a.m. Nancy Chase by Linda Napier
10:15 a.m. Carlton Bigelow by Ann & Dick Clark
12:00 p.m. People of the Parish
Holy Day of Obligation
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Tuesday Vigil 5:15 p.m.
Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
SUMMERTIME—THINK CREDIT CARDS
Summertime is just around the corner. With summer
comes more relaxed living, vacations, time spent
at camp, etc. If you want to be sure that your support
for St. Ann’s continues without having to deal
with envelopes each week, consider donating by use of your
credit card. Once you are set up on our system, your donation
will be processed once a month even if you are on vacation or at
camp, etc. Couldn’t be easier! To get on our system call the
Rectory at 682-5181 ext. 11, ask for a Credit Card enrollment
form, fill it out and return it to our Business Manager. Then, go
REGULAR COLLECTION– Envelopes $ 7,209.00
REGULAR COLLECTION— Loose Checks & Cash $ 2,265.50
TOTAL REGULAR COLLECTION $ 9,474.50
PARISH OUTREACH 10% of Ordinary Collection
Including Credit Card donations. $ 947.00
JULY CREDIT CARDS $18, 964.00
Offertory - July 14th / 15th $13,268.00
Weekly Budgeted Offertory $13,001.00
Difference $ 267.00
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August 12, 2012
We wish to remember in prayer all who are sick. Please call
the office so that we can update our list. Unless we hear from
you, we will remove names from this list every six weeks.
Your co-operation would be appreciated.
Betty Kyle, Bertha Reed, Rachel Ambrose, Mary Jane Kalil,
Jane Anderson, Ray Mann, Marion Flynn, Tom Hall, Tara
McDonald, Mike Puma, Bill Krichbaum, Richard Kelley,
Donna Castagna, Gerard Card, Mona Bertrand, Troy Boyer,
Inez Deliberto, Joseph Newman, Les Swan, Pat Ryan, Nick
Marchitelli, Margaret Rand, Leonardo Marino, Joshua Hildreth,
Rose Harris, John Reagan, Ethel Pieterek, John Mungovan,
Colton Daniel Aruscavage, Mary Reeve, Elsie Henton,
Allen Alexander, Joan Jones.
Parishioners who may be entering the hospital…please call the Rectory
to register for visits and to add your name to the prayer list.
FOR NEXT WEEKEND
AUGUST 18TH &19TH
4:30 p.m. Emma Prosak, Quinn Horan, Josh Kam
8:00 a.m. Samuel , Theodore & Amanda Boyle
10:15 Daneille Veilleux, Anna & Bobby Stewart
12:00 p.m. Emma Reed, Irene Yee
Lectors & Eucharistic Ministers (Please note: the
names in ITALIC are Eucharistic Ministers)
4:30 p.m. P. Rubacka, R. Elliot, L. Thayer, Pat Gasparini, Pete
8:00 a.m. N. DeFrancisco, W. McRae, J. Campbell,
J. Assenza, M. Jacobs, T. Jacobs, S. Napierala
10:15 a.m M. O’Keefe, J. McCarthy, S. Polosky, J. Harlander, B.
Hill, E. Gerace, S. Siuda
12:00 p.m C. Morey, M. Welker, R. Daley, D. Bovalino
Eucharistic Ministers of the Cup
4:30 p.m. R. Russell, E. Ludwig
8:00 a.m. K. Smith, D. Dutkowsky
10:15 a.m. E. Duffy, R. Duffy, D. McGann, K. Street
12:00 p.m. K. Skinner, K. Mercer
Bob Daley, Anne Endries
& Anne Bligh
NO COFFEE & DONUTS
DURING THE SUMMER
IN OUR PARISH…
PATRICK ESSENBERG TIMOTHY PRIOR
FRANCIS G. O’CONNOR KRYSTAL PRATT
STEPHANIE POWELL TIM SKINNER
ALEXANDRA McDONOUGH ANDY JACOBS
JAMES MARASIA MIKE MONTES
DAN KEARNEY PAUL EMERSON, JR.
CHRISTOPHER IZANT CHAD JENSEN
VINCENT J. PERRY, JR. KEVIN CASEY
MICHAEL CHAPPELL PETER WHITEBEAN
MATTHEW McDONOUGH (Deceased)
ST. ANN’S PARISH MISSION
“An On-going Mission of Service”
By staying right here in the Syracuse area, an ongoing, real connection
can be made with organizations that really need our assistance.
Northside CYO: 527 N. Salina St., Syracuse
Contact: Kate Holmes 474-7428 ext. 45
Franciscan Northside Ministries/Assumption Food Pantry: 808 N.
Salina St., Syracuse Contact: Sr. Dolly 423-9961 for FNM or Brother
Nick 473-9101 for AFP
Oxford Street Inn: 201 Oxford St., Syracuse
Contact: Mike Sullivan 422-3306
St. Lucy’s Food Pantry & Agape Clothing Shop: 425 Gifford St.,
Syracuse Contact: Leslie Dubiel 424-0023
Brady Faith Center: 404 South Ave., Syracuse
Contact: Kevin Frank 472-9077
Bishop Foery Foundation: 100 Edmund Ave., Syracuse 475-8316
Deacon Jerry Pittman
A memorial plaque honoring Deacon Jerry Pittman has
been thoughtfully donated by Jim and Deb Heaney. Deacon
Jerry was ordained in April of 1993 and faithfully served
here at St. Ann’s until his passing in October of 2010. On
Saturday, August 18th during the 4:30 mass, with members
of Deacon Jerry’s family present, the plaque will be blessed.
It will be displayed in a prominent location in the church.
We were recently awarded a Diocesan McDevitt
Grant for evangelization. The McDevitt Grants
are made possible through a bequest from the
estate of Bob and Kay McDevitt, both of whom
were devout Catholics, life long supporters and
friends of the Diocese of Syracuse. We are forever
grateful for their example of Christian charity.
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A Mom was preparing pancakes for her young sons. The boys
began to argue over who would get the first pancake. Their
Mother saw the opportunity for a moral lesson.
If Jesus were sitting here, He would say, “Let
my brother have the first pancake. I can wait.”
The oldest boy turned to his younger brother
and said, “You be Jesus.”
If you would like to be a moral lesson teacher,
consider the ministry of Religious Education instructor. Contact
the Religious Education office at 682-5181 x21 to find out
The Religious Education Program for the 2012-2013 school
year for children in Preschool to Grade 6 will begin on Sunday,
September. 30, 2012.
Children’s Liturgy: Sunday, Sept. 23rd at 10:15
Come help us celebrate the beginning of the new school year
by attending this special Children’s Liturgy. We will have a
special blessing upon our children, teachers and substitute
teachers as we anticipate the beginning of our Religious Education
Fall Festival: Sunday, September. 23rd
Immediately following the 10:15 mass, join the parish as we
celebrate Fall and the new school year with food/games/
activities in the parking lot.
The first instructional Religious Education Class will be on
Sessions for Grade 2 to Grade 6:
Session 1: 9:15 to 10:00
Session 3: 11:30 to 12:15
Session 2: Preschool/Kindergarten/
Grade 1 During 10:15 Mass
Remember: Registration closed on August 1.
Religious Education Grades 7-10
Attention grades 7-10!! It’s not too late to register for
Religious Education. Please send your forms and payment
to the parish office by August 15th. Space is limited.
In order to guarantee your spot, please get your
If you have questions please contact Julie Hagan at the
Parish Office at 682-5181 x22.
Did You Know?
Protecting God’s children information at all entrances
to the church and on our website. Contact person—Alyssa
Brown at email@example.com
Online Child Safety
In June 2000, a study titled “Online Victimization” was conducted
for the U.S. Department of Justice. In the study, a
national sampling of children found that approximately one in
five children had received a sexual solicitation or approach
over the Internet in the previous year. One in four children
on the Internet had unwanted exposure to naked people or
people having sex in the previous year. One in 33 children
had received an aggressive sexual solicitation—a solicitor who
asked to meet them somewhere, called them on the telephone,
or sent them mail, money or gifts. Today, even more children
in the United States are online; undoubtedly, if a national
sampling of children was to be interviewed now, these numbers
would be even higher. As pervasive and tempting as the
Internet can be, it is essential for parents, teachers, and members
of the clergy to be knowledgeable and fluent in both the
negative and the positive aspects of the Internet. Parents,
teachers and members of the clergy must speak very openly
about online child safety issues.
For more information, please call: Jackie Farrell, Safe Environment
Program Administrator, at (315) 470-1421 or e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org Source: www.virtusonline.org/virtus
LITTLE LAMB’S LOFT
Childcare during the 10:15 Mass is
available again in the Lynch Hall
nursery starting August 12th.
Children Ages 4 to 6
are invited to be
Also, the crying room is always open
if you need a child friendly place
to attend mass.
During the Summer Months
Each Sunday during the 10:15 Mass
In Lynch Hall Room #3
August 19th, & 26th
Through stories, music, crafts & activities, children enjoy
learning a different Bible story each week.
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CHRIST THE KING
500 Brookford Rd.,
August 19th * Clambake and Family Picnic - 12:00
(mass) -4pm. All are invited to our annual clambake and
family picnic. Outdoor Mass at 12:00. An afternoon of fun and
great food. Bounce house for the little ones and a magician for
kids of all ages. Clams, chicken, hamburgers, hotdogs, corn on
the cob, beans, salads and strawberry shortcake for dessert.
$50 per adult; $90 for couples, $25 for teens 13-19; $10 for
children 5-14. Under 5 free. Maximum rate for families $120.
Call 446-2680 for reservations.
Inviting all women of the Parish!
Join us for
the 3rd Annual Syracuse
Catholic Women’s Conference-
Through the Heart
Saturday, October 27th, 2012
at the Oncenter, Syracuse.
Teresa Tomeo, award winning broadcast journalist, currently a
syndicated radio & TV talk show host of the Catholic View on
EWTN; and author of “Extreme Makeover, women transformed
by Christ not conformed to the culture”.
Dr. Ray Guarendi, father of 10, clinical psychologist, author,
public speaker & nationally syndicated radio host of show
“The Doctor is In”. With Humor & a dynamic style, Dr. Ray
inspires marriages and family life in every aspect.
Sr. Mary Gabriel of the Sisters of Life in NYC. Sister has
spoken all over the world, most recently at World Youth Day
in Madrid, Spain. Her stories and enthusiasm will be lifeinspiring.
We hope you will join us as we open the “door to faith” (Acts
14:27) and begin the “Year of Faith” in our Church!
Register online at www.syracuseCWC.com or use a form located
at the church entrances.
St. Ann’s Ladies’ Daytime Bridge Flight
St. Ann’s bridge for ladies will start up again in September and
all are invited to join this ecumenical group of women from
Manlius, Fayetteville and surrounding area. Partners play a
different twosome each month at a time agreeable to all. If you
don’t have a partner, please call for some names. New players
are welcome; you just have to enjoy playing bridge.
Play ends with an awards luncheon in June.
Please call Lois LaMonte at 682-2462 by Aug.23rd to register/information.
IN THE AREA
Men in Black Softball Game
You’ve seen them play basketball, how
about softball? The priests and seminarians
are taking their game to the diamond
to challenge the parishes of St. Agnes and
St. Michael. All are welcome to watch
this family friendly game on Aug. 12th at
6pm. The field is located behind the parish center at St.
Michaels’s in Central Square. Yes, priests do more than say
Mass! They even play sports… how well? Come and see
F.I.S.H. (Friends in Service Here) is a non-profit organization
helping people in the Fayetteville-Manlius-Minoa community
for over thirty years. Our staff provides transportation for ambulatory
people in our area to medical appointments. Please
call 637-8158 at least three days to one week prior to appointment
to request a ride.
Fruit Juice Regular size can Pasta Sauce
Regular Size Cereal Regular Size Peanut Butter
Regular Size Can Fruit Regular Size Vegetables
DELIVERY HOURS OPERATION HOURS
Monday 10:00—11:30 a.m. Tuesdays & Wednesdays
Thursday 10:30—11:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m.
Thank you so much for all your support!
A FAMILY PERSPECTIVE - from the
Office of Family Life Education. (a Hope Appeal
“Stop murmuring”, Jesus told the disciples in
today’s gospel. Complaining is a dead-end
and constant complaining is nagging. We
might feel better but others feel bitter. Silence
or grumbling will not resolve the problem,.
Address differences honestly and respectfully. Don’t make them personal
St. Ann Church
Manlius, New York