Bulletin: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Nov 26 ~ Margaret Pottie
Dec 3 ~ Fred Pottie
Dec 10 ~ Gonzalo Afable Jr. & Lilia Afable
Sunday Collections (Note: CC - Capitol Campaign)
Nov 2 – St. Anthony’s: Regular $947; Loose $92.75; Books & Candles $85.15; All Soul’s $75; Ukrainian Donation $75; Hall Rental $150; Haiti Relief $79
St. Faustina’s: Regular $395; Loose $10; All Souls $20; Roof $20
Nov 7 – St. Anthony’s: Regular $492; Loose $99.80; Missals $15; All Soul’s $60; Renovations $195; Flea Market $100; Haiti Relief $10
St. Faustina’s: Regular $235; Loose $37; Coffee Fund $337.55; Roof $100
Pastoral Council: The next meeting is Tuesday, November 22nd at 6:30pm.
Catechism: There are registration forms on the back tables for families to fill out for their children. Our next class will be November 19th at 3:00pm in the boardroom of the church.
Annual Lottery: We are selling tickets for our Annual Lottery. If you would like to purchase any, or help sell a book of tickets, please see Gordon after Mass.
Classic Country Show: Will be on November 20th at 7:00pm ~ $7 each. Sidewinder will be playing along with Billy Bob Phillips, Yvonne MacDonald, Shirley Reid.
2017 St. Joseph’s Missals: Are available in the Sacristy for $5 each.
St. Vincent de Paul: Item of the month is pasta sauce.
DVD Series: Tuesday, November 15th ~ 6:30pm-8:00pm. We will gather in the church hall for coffee and then a video followed by small group discussion. The video presented is part two of St. Thomas Aquinas ~ The Theologian: The relationship of faith and reason is under intense scrutiny in an age beholden to the competing claims of fundamentalism and secularism. So called “new atheists” insist that the claims of religion amount to mere superstition, a retrograde holdover from a time long ago. Others insist that the life of faith is a retreat into emotions and subjectivism. St. Thomas Aquinas anticipated these objections and trends and demonstrated that to believe is to think and that the life of the mind is integral to life in Christ.