Thirty-first sunday in ordinary time



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THIRTY-FIRST SUNDAY

IN ORDINARY TIME

November 4, 2012




MASS SCHEDULE




Saturday, November 3rd

4:00 pm St. Mary in Jewett City

4:30 pm St. Catherine in Preston

For Ann Wolter

Req. by Oanaco Council #6642

Knights of Columbus

5:45 pm St. Thomas in Voluntown

Sunday, November 4th

8:00 am St. Mary in Jewett City

9:00 am St. Thomas in Voluntown

10:00 am St. Catherine in Preston

For the Intentions of the Parish

11:00 am St. Mary in Jewett City

Monday, November 5th

8:00 am St. Thomas in Voluntown

8:00 am St. Mary in Jewett City

Tuesday, November 6th

8:00 am St. Thomas in Voluntown

9:00 am St. Catherine in Preston

For Dorothy Gale

Requested by Sister Patty Cook

Wednesday, November 7th

8:00 am St. Mary in Jewett City

Thursday, November 8th

8:00 am St. Mary in Jewett City

9:00 am St. Catherine in Preston

For the Intentions of the Parish

6:30pm Reconciliation at St. Thomas Friday, November 9th

8:00 am St. Thomas in Voluntown

Saturday, November 10th

4:00 pm St. Mary in Jewett City

4:30 pm St. Catherine in Preston

For the Intentions of the Parish

5:45 pm St. Thomas in Voluntown

Sunday, Novmeber 11th

8:00 am St. Mary in Jewett City

9:00 am St. Thomas in Voluntown

10:00 am St. Catherine in Preston

For Terri Mansfield

Req. by her husband, Dick

11:00 am St. Mary in Jewett City
Mass Intentions: $20/weekend, $10/weekday

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THIS WEEK’S ACTIVITIES


Tuesday, November 6th

“Why Catholic” 9:00am

RMR
Wednesday, November 7th

Rel. Ed. – Jr. High 7:00pm

Church

Rel. Ed. – Sr. High 7:00pm



Siena Hall
Thursday, November 8th

AA 7:30pm

Siena Hall
Saturdays

Sacrament of Reconciliation 3:30-4:00pm



Church

PARISH LIFE If you know of someone who is ill, homebound, or in the hospital, please call the parish office. A card expressing the concern of the parish will be sent. In your prayers this week, please remember: Sally Behuniak, Marie Courey, Terry Pendergast, Walt Curran, Delores LaBonte, Marty Cubanski, Joe Pank, Jessica Bialowas, Christine Alfieri, Daniel Matson, Don & Brad Charron.


Church Support

Last Weekend Collection $2,147.00

May God bless you for your generosity.

KRIS KRINGLE FAIR

Saturday, November 10th

9:00am-4:00pm

Sts. Peter and Paul Church Hall

181 Elizabeth Street – Norwich

THOUGHTS ON GIVING

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time
“…Which commandment is the first of all?...and you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and  with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.”  (Mark 12:28-30)
When people talk about their gifts of time, talent and treasure, many combine time and talent together, thinking they are giving their time and talent to their parish ministry.  But, don’t be confused, your gift of time refers to the time you give back to God.  Spend time in prayer with God throughout the day – thanking Him, asking Him for forgiveness and listening for His guidance.  Have the courage to trust God more and make room for Him in your heart.

ATTENTION


SERVERS & MINISTERS

E-mail your scheduling requests now to: scheduler@saintcatherineofsienapreston.org. Please make sure your requests are in by November 16th for the Winter schedule. If you do not have access to e-mail, you can still call Tammy Duffy at 889-3903.



LADIES GUILD BAKE SALE

The Ladies Guild will hold their annual bake sale after the masses on November 17th and 18th. Plan on picking up some delicious baked goods for your Thanksgiving week celebration! Some Christmas cookies will be offered at this time as well!




Defending Our Religious Freedom #36

As a way to inform you, the Connecticut Catholic Public Affairs Conference (CCPAC) has prepared a document that illustrates where President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney stand on certain issues that may be of importance to Catholics. You can find it at:  www.ctcatholic.org.


The CCPAC neither supports nor opposes any candidate or political party.



ADVENT WORKSHOP

With Fr. Steve

What We Believe as Christians and Why”



3 Monday Evenings

7:00-8:00pm
Topic One: Nov. 19th - Why do we have a Pope?

The first topic will take place at St. Catherine of Siena in Preston.



Topic Two: Nov. 26th – What is the Mass and where did it come from?

The second topic will take place at St. Thomas in Voluntown.



Topic Three: Dec. 10th – What is truth?

The third topic will take place at St. Mary in Jewett City.


ATTEND ONE WORKSHOP OR ALL THREE! ALL ARE WELCOME!
*A Tri Parish Reconciliation Service*

Monday eve. at 7pm, Dec. 17th – Voluntown

Note: 3 Priests will be present for confessions
SNOWFLAKE PARADE

It’s almost time! It’s getting near!

The Snowflake Parade is practically here!

Grab your scarves and head for the door!

You’ll want to be in Jewett City before 3:00

Sunday, November 18th is the date – Hurry! Hurry! Don’t be late!

The parade starts at the Griswold Middle School

And Santa will arrive to make the Yule cool!

Laughter, hot chocolate, a community that’s merry,

And that right jolly old elf with a nose like a cherry!

The lights will twinkle and glow in the dark

But the parade ends at the Veteran’s Park.

See you there!



*St. Catherine’s 6th grade class will have a banner with marchers dressed as angels & stars.
Our Website address has changed.

Please visit www.parishesonline.com/stcatherineofsienapreston to view our Bulletin online.



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