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Entries for November 2020

SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES There are subscription services that some of our parishioners have used over the years. Here is their information: The Magnificat, 1-800- 959-1676, they have regular and large print available; Give Us This Day, 1-888-259-8470, they also have regular and large print; Living With Christ, 1-800-214-3386. Watch the bulletin for information when the Missal are here.

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Sunday Missals

Posted on November 07, 2020 in: General Parish News

SUNDAY MISSALS These last many months have brought lots of challenges to everyone. We are no longer permitted to keep the Sunday Missals to use. We will be ordering the paper Missals for anyone who would like to have one. There is a sign-up sheet on the table in the Gathering Space or you can call Regina in the parish office to order one. The number is 614- 920-1563 or email your request to rhrytzik@sjxxiiiparish.org. Please know that the books cannot be left here as they will be thrown away.

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HELP PLEASE If your address, email or phone number has changed, will you please send me your correct information? So many families have done away with their landline and/or changed numbers. I appreciate all of your help. Please email rhrytzik@sjxxiiiparish.org or call 614-920-1563 Thanks for making life a little easier in the office. Blessings!

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Thanksgiving Day Mass

Posted on November 07, 2020 in: General Parish News

THANKSGIVING DAY MASS Mass will be celebrated on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26 at 8:30 a.m. The office is closed on Friday, November 27 but we will have Mass at 8:30 a.m.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR CONFIRMANDI We congratulate our young people who received the Sacrament of Confirmation on October 24 and October 31 by Fr. Brian O’Connor. We ask you to pray for these young men and women as they continue on their faith journey. Julian Amabile, Jack Bennett, Kendall Bennett, Dale Brick, Elijah Cassady, Dylan Catte, Audrey Chesnut, Carley Crow, William Ehrsam, Naomi Franciscus, Lillian Greschuk, Haley Grilli, Tori Harrison-Rawn, Michael Huffman, Madeline Jackson, Travis Keiser, Jacob Maier, Nathan Maier, Roarke Marincic, Annabelle McGill, Simon Messerly, Rosa Phillips, Kaylee Postage, Daniel Ra...

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Lector Workbooks

Posted on November 04, 2020 in: General Parish News

LECTOR WORKBOOKS: The Lector Workbooks for our 2021 Liturgical Year B are available for picking up, either on the weekend or during the week when the offices are open Tuesday through Friday. If you are a lector and do not see one for you please call or email Regina to get your copy at 614-920-1563 or rhrytzik@sjxxiiiparish.org.

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The 'Giving Tree' 2020

Posted on November 04, 2020 in: General Parish News

THE “GIVING TREE” 2020: Due to the challenges we are facing this year, the “Giving Tree” will be handled a little differently – to help all of us, to continue to stay safe and away from large groups. The “Giving Tree” will be accepting donations of gift cards, cash and checks. The checks can be made out to Canal Social Services – with AAF in the memo. We’ve been asked to do gift cards from stores that have groceries as well as clothing, such as, Walmart, Meijer, Target and some to restaurants that “teens” may like. They are also asking for wrapping paper. No...

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ANNUAL CHRISTMAS RAFFLE TICKETS The holidays are drawing near and our Annual Christmas Raffle is underway. We appreciate everyone’s participation in our Annual Christmas Raffle and hope that it is a wonderful success. The winning tickets will be drawn after the 11:00 a.m. Mass on Sunday November 22. Just drop off your completed tickets in the basket on the small table in the Gathering Space or stop in the parish office to drop them off. We appreciate your support.

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THE SCAMMERS ARE AT IT AGAIN Please know that Fr. O’Connor nor any staff person will send you an email or text message asking you to purchase something for them. These are scammers and use the priest’s names to get items purchased. Please do not answer or give them anything; just delete. We have had this going on for several years at different times so please do not buy anything. If we need something from anyone we will only talk with you personally. I (Regina) just received one from Fr. O’Connor as I was typing this for the bulletin. WARNING FROM THE COLUMBUS DIOCESE It appears that there are individu...

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Lectors

Posted on November 04, 2020 in: General Parish News

LECTORS We are now permitting any Lector who is over 70 years old and in good health to Lector at one of the Sunday Masses. Please call or email the Parish Office at 614-920-1563 or popejohn@sjxxiiiparish.org to put your name on the schedule. We thank you for your understanding. The diocesan recommendation remains for those under 70, but Fr. O’Connor said that we can permit anyone older to Lector as long as they know the conditions.

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BABY BOTTLES FOR PREGNANCY DECISION HEALTH CENTERS Once again, we are helping to raise awareness, and grabbing a baby bottle after Mass the weekends in October will be just the ticket. Filling it with your loose change, cash or check will directly support the free, lifesaving programs offered at the seven area Pregnancy Decision Health Centers. We will continue to collect the bottles during the months of October and November and the final pick-up will be after all of the bottles are returned. The Bottle Program is a great way to get the entire family involved. Thank you for your participation. If you would like to put a ch...

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Community Food Pantry

Posted on November 04, 2020 in: General Parish News

COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY You will see a new receptacle in the Gathering Space for the nonperishable food items needed at the Community Food Pantry. Each month, there will be a list of items needed for that month and also a list of items that are always needed. The lists are on the table in the Gathering Space. Thank you for your generosity for our brothers and sisters in need.

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PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION (PSR): Parish School of Religion, although through Homeschooling this year, is so important for the faith life of our children. We know how trying these times are but please remember how important our Catholic faith and the teachings of the Catholic Church are. The Parish School of Religion books are here and ready to be picked up. Please stop in either on the weekend or Tuesday through Friday when the building is open. Thank you.

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