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  • PAX CHRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH CELEBRATES OUR LIFE TOGETHER AS STEWARDS OF GOD’S GIFTS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY July 28, 2013 Sat. Jul 27 5:00 PM Pr & Hom: Fr. Nick Eternal happiness of Kathy Foley Sun. Jul 28 8:30 AM Pr & Hom: Fr. Nick Eternal happiness of Kathryn Walters 11:00 AM Pr & Hom: Fr. Larry Special intentions of all Parishioners Genesis 18:20-32; Colossians 2:12-14; Luke 11:1-13 Mon. Jul 29 12:00 PM Pr & Hom: Fr. Nick Eternal happiness of Mthr Celeste Marie & Shaughnessy family Exodus 32:15-24, 30-34; John 11:19-27 Tues. Jul 30 9:30 AM Pr & Hom: Fr. Larry In honor of the Blessed Mother. Exodus 33:7-11, 34:5b-9, 28; Matthew 13:36-43 Wed. Jul 31 6:30 PM Pr & Hom: Fr. Nick Eternal happiness of Joseph P. Russell, Sr Exodus 34:29-35; Matthew 13:44-46 Thurs. Aug 1 9:30 AM Pr & Hom: Fr. Nick Eternal happiness of Walter L. Carlson, IVy Exodus 40:16-21, 34-38; Matthew 13:4753 Fri. Aug 2 12:00 PM Pr & Hom: Fr. Larry Eternal happiness of Mthr Celeste Marie & Shaughnessy family Leviticus 23:1, 4-11, 15-16, 27, 34b-37; Matthew 13:54-58 Sat. Aug 3 5:00 PM Pr & Hom: Fr. Larry Eternal happiness of Roy Metcalfe Sun. Aug 4 8:30 AM Pr & Hom: Fr. Nick Special intentions of all Parishioners 11:00 AM Pr & Hom: Fr. Larry Eternal happiness of Harold M. Rodman Ecclesiastes 1:2, 2:21-23; Col. 3:1-5, 9-11; Luke 12:13-21 We welcome Joseph & Gloria Hinton and family. We are currently a parish of 957 households with approximately 1612 adult ministers witnessing to the “Good News.” Sunday Sept. 8th Dear Friends The readings this week are among my favorite in all of scripture. The story of Abraham arguing with God truly gives us a way of relating to God which is so natural. He prays without fear of God. He knows that God is loving and he reminds God of his goodness; he barters with God reminding God of His nature. The readings remind us that we are called to pray for others, and to assert our need with God. In the Gospel, Jesus also teaches us how to pray, by first praising God, and then asking for God for our need. And this is important. Often we ask God for our wants, and then are dejected because we believe that God is not answering our request. We can ask God for our ‘wants’ and our God may want to respond to them, but God, who is a God of love, will give us everything we need for our salvation. Just as a parent provides for the needs of a child, and at times even their wants. The dogma of our faith is that Jesus died for our salvation, for our immortal dwelling with God in heaven. The prayer of Abraham assures us of this—as God was willing to spare a whole City for the sake of ten good people. Ten is an important number within Judaism, because ten people were needed to pray. This isn’t true of Catholicism, we say “where two or three are gathered Christi is among us.” The Apostle tells us we are called to “bring to completion” the word of God for the world. This is the crucial aspect of prayer, that through prayer we bring to completion what God has begun through His saving action. The Apostle reminds us that “in my flesh I am filling up what is lacking in the afflictions of Christ on behalf of his body, which is the church”. Last week we heard about being a welcoming people. This week we learn that part of our welcoming attitude is to pray for others so that they can be aware of God’s action in their lives. More importantly what our prayer reminds us is that we are all children of God, that God is our Father who wants to do for us, to give us our daily needs. We also pray that we may forgive those who have hurt us, because we know that God forgives us. Being a welcoming people means praying for and forgiving those around us. Peace and Prayers, Fr. Nick View this bulletin online at www.TheCatholicDirectory.com
  • SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Coordinator Homebound Eucharist Ministry This ministry brings communion and prayer to people who cannot get to mass. PAX CHRISTI has primary responsibility for Catholics at the Sayre Village complex and Morning Point. We also have a few parishioners because of illness who cannot come to mass. The ministry team includes ten to twelve people, so you only need to be available once monthly—however, you can go more often. Currently the ministry team is looking for a coordinator to schedule ministers, and to inform Fr. Nick weekly by email of the activities of the ministry. If you are interested in coordinating the ministry, please see Carol Yang, or call Fr. Nick. Thank you. Health Ministry The Health Ministry team is reconstituting itself. The team sponsors the twice annual Blood Mobile Drive, and assures that the First Aide kits, and emergency equipment at PAX CHRISTI is current. If you are interested in helping with the Health Ministry Committee, please contact Jonathan Drake or call Fr. Nick. Thank you. Welcoming Committee We are searching for someone who is willing to chair and coordinate a Welcoming Committee. The purpose of the committee is to engage parishioners and visitors who come to mass on the weekends. The committee has the following component parts: • Someone to cover a welcoming table at each mass • Individuals to serve as greeters and ushers, to assist people find a seat and to collect the Offertory at mass. These individuals are also responsible for straightening out the books and bulletin after each mass. The person who coordinates this committee will be responsible for scheduling coverage at the Welcome Table, and six individuals to serve as greeters/ushers, etc. at each weekend mass. If this is something you may be interested in, or if you believe this is necessary for our church, you are invited to contact Father Nick at npagano@cdlex.org or by phone 859-351-7825 to help pull together this ministry. Thank you. Catechists We are still looking for individuals who are willing to serve as catechists for the children’s Faith Walk formation program. If you feel you can share your faith with the young people of our parish, please contact Edward Shuman at eshuman@cdlex.org to express your interest. GO-GO BOARD God Opportunities, Giving Opportunities These ministry opportunities are being posted to inform you of some of the current opportunities for you to live out your faith by sharing it with others. Each of us is called to be a disciple of Christ, which means not only listening to the message of salvation but also it means to bring this message of salvation to those around us. Social scientist tells us the major reason adults leave the church is no one misses them, and one of the reasons children when they leave the home leave the church is that they do not see that belief in God and membership in a church meant anything to their parents. Your participation in any of these ministries is not only an opportunity to serve the community, it is an opportunity to live out your faith. Contact Fr. Nick if you have another interest in sharing your faith. Thanks View this bulletin online at www.TheCatholicDirectory.com
  • PAX CHRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH CELEBRATES OUR LIFE TOGETHER AS STEWARDS OF GOD’S GIFTS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY July 28, 2013 STEWARDSHIP MINUTE “Ask and you will receive; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” Luke 11:9 Jesus assures us that if we ask Him, God will take care of what we need. The problem is that in our culture we often confuse what we really need with what we simply want. Many people need very little. However, we usually want so much more. A good steward only asks God for what he needs. If you are going into the hospital or are in the hospital, you need to notify us so that a priest or deacon can visit you. Federal Privacy regulations prevent the hospital from notifying the church. You or a member of your family must let the church know if someone is hospitalized or placed into a nursing facility, so that we can pray for them and visit them. Thank you. To request a change in the bulletin prayer request listing, please call 273-9999 or e-mail syoungpc@windstream.net. If you or family members are in the hospital and wish a visit from the parish staff or volunteers please call the church office at 273-9999 to let us know. HIPAA Privacy regulations do not allow Hospitals and Nursing Homes to give out this information. Please Pray For… Drew Alexander, Teresa Allison (mother of Tamara Fitch), Bruce Arseneau, James Banta, Vivian Barker, David Barker, Linda Bond, Fran Burch, Evan Edwards Carter, Nancy Caywood, Bea Clark (mother of Jaye Baesler), Barbara Cooley, John Cooley, Lynne Costello, Betty Cox, Patty Cox, Marsha Crowder, Jim Davis (brother of Peyton Nunley), Geneva Doak (mother of June Brittain), Frank Dries, Jade Dries, Whit Dupree, Tom Edel (brother of Michael Edel), Steve Fairchild, Mark Farrow, Mary Ferguson, Earl & Jean Fields, Frank Fitch, Tim Fugate, Travis Gaines, Mary Garrison, Ethan Goode (great-grandson of Lucille Barry), Betsy Grant, Sharon Grossklaus, Eileen Hardesty, Jordan Harmon, Paul Helton, Kenneth Holland, Walter Hudepohl (father of Rosemary Carter), Charlie Humphries, Betty Huzl (mother of Joe Huzl), Rachel King, Delores Kirk, Karen Knafl, David Kruppa, Pat Lanning (sister of Mary Dries), Mary Beth Long, Russell Long, Regina Martin, Cheryl Mathews, Walter Mattingly, Meg Marrillia (sister of Terri Horn), Gail McGillis, Mike Morris, Carol North (mother of Leta Mayhew), Sydney O’Dea (granddaughter of Duby O’Dea), Dick Olivier, Joseph Olivo (grandson of John & Agnes Carty), Judy Ooton (sister of Syl Hansen), Andrew Osborn, Doug Parks, Anne Philbrick, Brenda Phillips, Pete Push, Susan Rasmussen, George Records, Pam Rich, Slade Richmond, Brent Rogers, Celaine Rolando, Ida St. Angelo (mother of Steve St. Angelo), Francis Ste Marie, Joan Shuey, Merle Sly, Carolyn Smith, Jean Smith, Serena Streetman, Janice Thomas, Nick Thomas, Jacque Tuttle, Steve Tynan, John Williamson, Marlin Yawn, Colleen Young, Tina Young PARISH CALENDAR Jul 28 Visioning Meeting 10:00 AM Jul 28 Garden of Eatin’ 12:15 PM Aug 1 Finance Council 6:30 PM Aug 4 Baptism Preparation Class 12:15 PM Aug 8 Property Committee 6:30 PM Aug 9 Prime Timers trip on Belle of Louisville Aug 10 Wedding (Tubbesing/Armenter) 7:00 PM Aug 12 Social Life 7:00 PM Aug 12 Women’s Book Club 7:00 PM Aug 12 Knights of Columbus 7:15 PM Aug 14 Fayette Deanery 1:15 PM Aug 15 Office Closed Aug 17 Wedding (Linsley/Littrell) 1:30 PM Aug 18 Filipino Mass 5:00 PM Aug 19 Men’s Group 7:15 PM Aug 22 Pastoral Council 6:30 PM Weekly Scheduled Activities: Tuesday Book Club After 9:30 AM Mass Choir Practice 7:30 PM Thursday Gamblers Anonymous 6:30 PM Centering Prayer Group 7:15 PM Friday Rosary 11:30 AM Saturday Reconciliation 3:30 PM Finance Council Offertory this week 2012-2013 Weekly Budgeted Need: $11,346 July 20/21ST weekend donations $ 7,632 Thank you for your generosity Special Collection – Collection for the Church in Central and Eastern Europe Thank you for your generous contributions to the Collection for the Church in Central and Eastern Europe. Your generosity not only helps provide for the physical and spiritual needs of those in the region, it also helps provide pastoral care and catechesis that restores the strength of the Church. Please visit www.usccb.org to learn more about what your donation has accomplished. Faith & Finance with Phil Lenahan Proverbs 22:7 says, “The borrower is the slave of the lender.” Developing an effective strategy for debt repayment requires an acknowledgment of the problem, changes in behavior that lead to increased income and reduced expenses, and a methodical plan to apply the freed up resources to debt repayment, focusing on the highest interest rate debt first. KROGER GIFT CARDS On Sale Next Weekend—August 3rd & 4th Pax Christi receives, on average, $1,000 per month from reloads on Pax Christi Kroger Cards. $25 and $10 cards are available View this bulletin online at www.TheCatholicDirectory.com
  • SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Following THE WORD Genesis 18:20-32; Colossians 2:12-14; Luke 11:1-13 Adults: Have your most recent prayers been prayers of praise, petition, or sorrow? Which kind of prayer do you need to practice more often? Children: What are you most thankful for right now? Adult Faith Walk Know someone interested in the Catholic Faith? Inquiry sessions will be held Sunday morning at 9:45am as needed. Please contact the church office at 273-9999 or email syoungpc@windstream.net. Women’s Spirituality Book Club Next Meeting -- Monday, August 12th at 7:00 PM Our book for August is House of Secrets by Tracie Peterson. We will meet at the retreat house, 3989 Toronto Ct and you are invited to bring a snack to share. Contact Melissa Holland at 273-9999 or mholland@cdlex.org if you have any questions. Civil Dialogue "Instead, speak the truth in love" (Eph. 4:15) Kentucky church leaders will be coming together October 24th (noon) – 25th (2:30) at Kentucky Dam Village Park for the 2013 annual event of the Kentucky Council of Churches. It is not necessary to be a delegate; all interested persons are welcome. We will explore Civil Dialogue through the biblical theme, "Instead, speak the truth in love" (Eph. 4:15). Keynote speakers will be Ms. Renee Shaw of Kentucky Educational Television, and Dr. Kathryn Johnson of Louisville Presbyterian Seminary. There will also be workshops and worship. For more information, please see the lead article on the Council’s web site at http://www.kycouncilofchurches.org or contact Vennie Constant at kcc@kycouncilofchurches.org or 502-456-1986. Children / Youth Faith Walk Catechists Needed! We are still looking for catechists and/or regular assistants for many of our Sunday school programs. The following grades are especially in need of volunteers: Preschool Kindergarten Reconciliation/First Communion (2nd grade) 5th Grade Pre-Confirmation (7th Grade) Your help is essential to our Sunday school programs. These programs will not be able to continue without catechists! To volunteer, contact Edward Shuman at eshuman@cdlex.org or 859-273-9999. Virtus certification is required for all catechists, assistants, and substitutes. To see a list of upcoming Virtus sessions, visit https://www.virtusonline.org/virtus/reg_list.cfm and select “Lexington, KY (Diocese)” as your location. Save the date… Faith Walk Orientation and Pancake Breakfast Sunday, August 25th at 9:45am Faith Walk classes are offered for Pre-School through High School and meet on Sundays, 9:45am to 10:45am (in between the masses). All registered members will receive more information with schedules of events in early August. Catechist Conference Saturday, August 17 9:00am to 3:00pm at Cathedral of Christ the King Joan Watson, Assistant Director of Catechistics, Aquinas College, will be the guest presenter. The afternoon session will be devoted to an explanation of the new Diocesan Catechist Certification Program. Cost is $10 and includes lunch and a light breakfast. The parish will cover the cost of the conference. Contact Rod Stern, 253-1993 ext 221 or rstearn@cdlex.org for more information. Save the date…Are you an alumna of St. Peter School, St. Paul School or Sts. Peter & Paul School? Maybe you are a former parent, teacher, staff or member of the community. SPPS invites you to the Saintennial Alumni Reunion … celebrating 100 years … on Saturday, October 19, 2013. Make sure we have your name and contact information. Visit www.sppslex.org and click on the “Alumni” button on the home page. Or you can email Lorri at lterry@sppslex.org. View this bulletin online at www.TheCatholicDirectory.com
  • PAX CHRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH CELEBRATES OUR LIFE TOGETHER AS STEWARDS OF GOD’S GIFTS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY July 28, 2013 PAX CHRISTI’S AUTUMN AFFAIR &PAX CHRISTI’S AUTUMN AFFAIR &PAX CHRISTI’S AUTUMN AFFAIR &PAX CHRISTI’S AUTUMN AFFAIR & REVERSE DRAW RAFFLEREVERSE DRAW RAFFLEREVERSE DRAW RAFFLEREVERSE DRAW RAFFLE GRAND PRIZE $5,000GRAND PRIZE $5,000GRAND PRIZE $5,000GRAND PRIZE $5,000 $50 prize for 1$50 prize for 1$50 prize for 1$50 prize for 1stststst & 100& 100& 100& 100thththth ticket drawnticket drawnticket drawnticket drawn October 25, 2013October 25, 2013October 25, 2013October 25, 2013 7:007:007:007:00 –––– 10:00 pm10:00 pm10:00 pm10:00 pm Malone’s Banquet Room at theMalone’s Banquet Room at theMalone’s Banquet Room at theMalone’s Banquet Room at the LanLanLanLansdowne Shopping Centersdowne Shopping Centersdowne Shopping Centersdowne Shopping Center Enjoy heavy Hors d’oeuvres and open barEnjoy heavy Hors d’oeuvres and open barEnjoy heavy Hors d’oeuvres and open barEnjoy heavy Hors d’oeuvres and open bar as well as a Silent Auctionas well as a Silent Auctionas well as a Silent Auctionas well as a Silent Auction ThisThisThisThis willwillwillwill be a fun eventbe a fun eventbe a fun eventbe a fun event forforforfor adultsadultsadultsadults of aof aof aof allllllll ageageageagessss.... Bring your friends or yourBring your friends or yourBring your friends or yourBring your friends or your neighbors. Buy tickets as a gift or buyneighbors. Buy tickets as a gift or buyneighbors. Buy tickets as a gift or buyneighbors. Buy tickets as a gift or buy several for yourself.several for yourself.several for yourself.several for yourself. You need not be present to win. You may purchase multiple tickets. The purchase of a RaffleYou need not be present to win. You may purchase multiple tickets. The purchase of a RaffleYou need not be present to win. You may purchase multiple tickets. The purchase of a RaffleYou need not be present to win. You may purchase multiple tickets. The purchase of a Raffle ticket entitles you to purchase 2 Malone’s tickets.ticket entitles you to purchase 2 Malone’s tickets.ticket entitles you to purchase 2 Malone’s tickets.ticket entitles you to purchase 2 Malone’s tickets. RaffleRaffleRaffleRaffle Tickets are available forTickets are available forTickets are available forTickets are available for purchase after the weekend masses. May pay with caspurchase after the weekend masses. May pay with caspurchase after the weekend masses. May pay with caspurchase after the weekend masses. May pay with cash or check made out to Pax Christih or check made out to Pax Christih or check made out to Pax Christih or check made out to Pax Christi Charitable Gaming. Please contact Karen GossCharitable Gaming. Please contact Karen GossCharitable Gaming. Please contact Karen GossCharitable Gaming. Please contact Karen Goss klgoss48@aol.comklgoss48@aol.comklgoss48@aol.comklgoss48@aol.com 859859859859----296296296296----4764 or4764 or4764 or4764 or Brooke Amadon atBrooke Amadon atBrooke Amadon atBrooke Amadon at brooke.amadon@gmail.combrooke.amadon@gmail.combrooke.amadon@gmail.combrooke.amadon@gmail.com with any questiwith any questiwith any questiwith any questions or to volunteer.ons or to volunteer.ons or to volunteer.ons or to volunteer. Raffle Tickets $25 Malone’s Tickets $35Raffle Tickets $25 Malone’s Tickets $35Raffle Tickets $25 Malone’s Tickets $35Raffle Tickets $25 Malone’s Tickets $35 (Malone’s tickets go on sale in August)(Malone’s tickets go on sale in August)(Malone’s tickets go on sale in August)(Malone’s tickets go on sale in August) Charitable Gaming License#EXE000713 View this bulletin online at www.TheCatholicDirectory.com
  • SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Do you have an item for the bulletin? Use our general use Pax Christi Email address. paxchristi@cdlex.org Check us out on Facebook Pax Christi Catholic Church Out & About Jul 28 YOUNG ADULT CATHOLICS (YAC) Join us as we make dinner for & eat with the families at the Ronald McDonald House. Meet at Newman Ctr at 5:15pm to carpool or 5:30pm at Ronald McDonald House. Please bring a few dollars to cover cost of food. Ollie mwiitala@gmail.com Aug 5 EXPLORING SPIRITUALITY: Searching for God 6:30pm at St. Paul Catholic Church. This adult education series continues with “Ursuline Spirituality.” Sister Clara Fehringer, OSU will be the guest speaker. This monthly education series meets the 1st Monday of each month with different topics & special guest speakers. Aug 7 CONVERSATION WITH ANTHONY FUINA 5:30pm Mass followed by program 6-7:30pm at Christ the King. Anthony Fuina, president of the Saint Padre Pio Miracle Foundation, will share his miraculous story of being touched by Padre Pio & overcoming cancer. Sep 14 STEVE ANGRISANO IN CONCERT 6:30pm at Christ the King, Hehman Hall. “Be a joyful light to the world!” is a multigenerational presentation for all ages. Contact Elena 268-1268 or ctkyouth@cdlex.org. Music News… As Catholics, we are blessed with a liturgy that offers many opportunities to lift our voices in giving praise and thanks to God in spoken word and song. In an attempt to strengthen that sense of community during Mass, we will be selecting hymns throughout the year that will be repeated several weeks in a row. You may have noticed this repetition already with our opening hymn “Come, Now Is the Time to Worship.” I strongly encourage each and every one of you to join us in singing AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE during the entire Mass, as we are all called to engage in fully conscious and active participation, which does include singing (regardless of ability). But please take a close look at the words to the hymn below and join with us in answering its call as one parish family, in the gift of song that God has blessed each and every one of us with. Come, now is the time to worship. Come, now is the time to give your heart. Come, just as you are to worship. Come, just as you are before your God. Come. One day every tongue will confess you are God. One day every knee will bow. Still the greatest treasure remains for those who gladly choose you now. Special Announcements SAVE THE DATES… Aug 25 – Faith Walk Orientation & Pancake Breakfast Sept 7 – Tent Sale, 8:00am Sept 8 – Parish Picnic, 4:00pm Oct 25 – Autumn Affair at Malone’s HELP NEEDED… As preparations begin for our next Tent/Yard Sale on September 7th , we are looking for individuals with trucks that can help pick up items for the sale. Please contact Michele Kubeck at mkubeck@gmail.com. Thanks for your help! ATTENTION LADIES The Pax Christi Women’s Group will be meeting for dinner Thursday, August 8th ~ 6:30pm at Hacienda, 110 Cynthia Dr, Brannon Crossing Please contact Bax McClure 859-940-0618 or Felicia May 859-971-1238 if you have any questions. The Knights of Columbus is an organization deeply rooted in the Catholic faith that is based on Charity, Unity, Fraternity & Patriotism with many great benefits for both the member and all of his family. We are here to serve our parish, & the greater faith community. Contact Walt Keller @859-327- 1283 or waltsone@insightbb.com or call Mike Binzer @224- 1297 or mikebinzer@insightbb.com. Next Regular Meeting: Monday, August 12th at 7:15 pm Next Officer’s Meeting: Monday, August 26th at 7:15pm All members invited to all meetings! Bike for Veterans Boy Scout, Nathan Rayens, is working on his Eagle Project and is seeking donated bikes to be refurbished and distributed to homeless veterans through the Catholic Action Center. Please call or email Nathan at 859-492-6385 or ntrayens@gmail.com if you are able to donate a bike in any condition and he will arrange to pick it up. Thank you! View this bulletin online at www.TheCatholicDirectory.com
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Ste. 202 LYNCH CHIROPRACTIC CENTER Kevin Lynch D.C. 266-1999 Shirley DeBoor Realtor® , ABR, CRS, ePro, GRI Professional, caring and courteous service. BlueGRASS ReAlty Cell: 859-321-0250 email: Shirley@shirleydeboor.com www.welcome2ky.com 266-2153 Mike Fister, C.E.O. Dennis Tolson, Pres. Moving & Storage Joe & Barbara Huber Specialists in Farm & Turf Equipment 791 Red Mile Rd. 859-253-2611 Better Values and Service for over 65 Years Jeff Moser General Manager 859-422-4445 Showing You The Way. Member FDIC Central Bank LENDER We are proud to support Pax Christi Catholic Church 2629 RICHMOND RD. 269-8806 www.stites.com CLASSIC ENGRAVING & EMBROIDERY 817 LANE ALLEN RD. 277-3500 classiceae@aol.com • www.classiceande.com “We can put your name on it!” Jeff Zinger Commercial Banking 859-281-5290 Bruce R. Nicol, D.M.D., M.D. • Robert S. Clark, D.M.D. Donald P. Max, D.M.S. • Jason E. Ford, D.M.D., M.D. Kenneth J. 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