Thursday, August 14, 6:00 PM Mass is Novus Ordo.
The Parish dinner will be after the 6:00 PM Mass on Friday, August 15 instead of Thursday.
Sat, Aug 9, 6:00 p.m.
- Intention: Phyllis Kasza, Don Soll III
- Servers: M. & S. Cowell, L. McHaffie, G. Scarlett
- Lector: Robert Scarlett
- Rosary Leader: Tony Slawinski
Sun, Aug 10, 9:00 a.m. (Latin Mass) - Feast of St. Laurence
- Intention: Fr. Jon-Paul Bevak, Dolores Sobczak
- Servers: W. Cherry, C., L., & S. Maxon, G., J. & J. Otto
- Rosary Leader: Sergio Rizzi
Tue, Aug 12, 8:30 a.m. - St. Joseph Church - Latin Low Mass
- Intention: St. Adalbert/Hedwig & St. Joseph Parishes
Wed, Aug 13, 8:30 a.m. - St. Adalbert/Hedwig Church
Thu, Aug 14, 6:00 p.m. (Latin Mass) - Feast of St. Maximilian Kolbe
- Intention: Holy Souls in Purgatory
Fri, Aug 15, 8:30 a.m. - St. Adalbert/Hedwig Church - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Fri, Aug 15, 6:00 p.m. - (Latin) Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
- Servers: G. & S. Baldwin, D. Baumgartner, B. & T. Metcalf, G. Maxon, P. Williams
Sat, Aug 16, 6:00 p.m. - Feast of St. Stephen of Hungary
- Intention: Alexander & Anna Petiniot, Manuel Soto
- Servers: M. & S. Cowell, L. McHaffie
- Lector: Donald Hengy
- Rosary Leader: Tony Slawinski
Sun, Aug 17, 9:00 a.m. (Latin Mass)
- Intention: Janice Hogan, Fr. Stephen Majoros
- Servers: I Baldwin, D. Baumgartner, L. Maxon CJ, D., H., R. Keller
- Rosary Leader: Joseph Salenbien
The Rosary is prayed 30 minutes
before each weekend Mass.
LAST WEEK’S COLLECTION TOTALS
Regular Collection: $2686 = $2225 Envelopes (66) + $461 Loose Change
School Collection: $181 = $134 Envelopes (22) + $47 Loose Change
Poor Collection: $182
From a letter of Maximillian Mary Kolbe
(Scritti del P. Massimiliano M. Kolbe, Italian translation, vol. I, pt, 1 [Padua, 1971], 75-77,166)
Apostolic zeal for the salvation and sanctification of souls
The burning zeal for God’s glory that motivates you fills my heart with joy. It is sad for us to see in our own time that indifferentism in its many forms is spreading like an epidemic not only among the laity but also among religious. But God is worthy of glory beyond measure, and therefore it is of absolute and supreme importance to seek that glory with all the power of our feeble resources. Since we are mere creatures we can never return to him all that is his due. The most resplendent manifestation of God’s glory is the salvation of souls, whom Christ redeemed by shedding his blood. To work for the salvation and sanctification of as many souls as possible, therefore, is the preeminent purpose of the apostolic life. Let me, then, say a few words that may show the way toward achieving God’s glory and the sanctification of many souls.
God, who is all-knowing and all-wise, knows best what we should do to increase his glory. Through his representatives on earth he continually reveals his will to us; thus it is obedience and obedience alone that is the sure sign to us of the divine will. A superior may, it is true, make a mistake; but it is impossible for us to be mistaken in obeying a superior’s command. The only exception to this rule is the case of a superior commanding something that in even the slightest way would contravene God’s law. Such a superior would not be conveying God’s will.
God alone is infinitely wise, holy, merciful, our Lord, Creator, and Father; he is beginning and end, wisdom and power and love; he is all. Everything other than God has value to the degree that it is referred to him, the maker of all and our own redeemer, the final end of all things. It is he who, declaring his adorable will to us through his representatives on earth, draws us to himself and whose plan is to draw others to himself through us and to join us all to himself in an ever deepening love.
Look, then, at the high dignity that by God’s mercy belongs to our state in life. Obedience raises us beyond the limits of our littleness and puts us in harmony with God’s will. In boundless wisdom and care, his will guides us to act rightly. Holding fast to that will, which no creature can thwart, we are filled with unsurpassable strength.
Obedience is the one and the only way of wisdom and prudence for us to offer glory to God. If there were another, Christ would certainly have shown it to us by word and example. Scripture, however, summed up his entire life at Nazareth in the words: He was subject to them; Scripture set obedience as the theme of the rest of his life, repeatedly declaring that he came into the world to do his Father’s will. Let us love our loving Father with all our hearts. Let our obedience increase that love, above all when it requires us to surrender our own will. Jesus Christ crucified is our sublime guide toward growth in God’s love.
ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Mass Schedule for Friday, August 15th
St. Adalbert/Hedwig Parish 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
St. Joseph Parish 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. (Latin Mass)
THURSDAY NIGHT LATIN MASS is August 14th at 6:00 pm. Dinner will follow the 6:00 pm Latin Mass on Friday, August 15 in the Sacred Heart Room. Please remember to sign-up in the vestibule to bring a dish for the dinner.
UNA VOCE The monthly Una Voce meeting will be held in the Sacred Heart Room at St. Joseph Parish, Toledo on Sunday, August 17th after the 9:00 am Mass. Mr. Nathan Bylicki will be speaking on “Catholicism: the Enduring Philosophy”.
PRACTICE FOR SATURDAY SERVERS will take place on Saturday, August 16th from 11am-1pm at St. Joseph Church Servers will finish practice with a lunch with Fr. Gordon. Please contact the parish office if you are unable to come to the practice by Friday, August 15th.
MAGNIFICAT BREAKFAST Please join us for a breakfast for Catholic women of the Toledo Diocese on Saturday, September 13, 2014 from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Anjulina’s Catering in Fremont Ohio. The speaker for this program is Mrs. Kris Learned. Please pick-up a Magnificat brochure found on the hymnal bookcases for a registration form and for more details! Reservations must be received by September 5, 2014.
MEALTRAIN PROGRAM If you know anyone who could benefit from the Mealtrain Program due to illness or pregnancy please contact Lisa Baldwin at 734-854-1071.
WALK FOR LIFE TO BENEFIT HEARTBEAT Show your support for life by walking in the third annual “Crawl, Stroll, & Walk for Heartbeat” on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at Lourdes University. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the walk starts at 9. Registration for the walk is free, and a free t-shirt will also be given to those who raise $200 or more, in honor of their exceptional effort. T-shirts will also be given to all members of teams raising at least $1,000.The walk includes face-painting, music, refreshments and more to provide a fun-filled morning for all. Prizes will also be given to the most creatively dressed team, the most creative team name, and to the individual and team raising the most money. For more information on the walk or to register in advance call 419-241-9131. You can also register online by visiting www.heartbeatoftoledo.org. Proceeds from “Crawl, Stroll, & Walk for Heartbeat” support Heartbeat of Toledo.
“The Holy Eucharist is a need of the heart of Christ, just as it is a need of our hearts. Sanctify and dedicate yourselves in all things in the spirit of love which prompted our Lord to institute the Holy Eucharist, wherein He perpetuates the gift of His Love to the glory of the Father.”
-St. Peter Julian Eymard