July 14th & July 15th
✙ 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Sunday Readings for July 15th , 2018

        WE COME TO THE LORD at His invitation, to receive from Him. At the end of Mass, we are sent out to share with others the gifts we have received from the Lord.
        Here, the Lord forgives our sins, speaks His words to us, and nourishes us with food of the Eucharist. By bringing us together, He makes it possible for us to support one another.
        Let us ask the Lord’s forgiveness for the wrong we have done and the good we have failed to do.

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Scott Hahn's commentaries can be found here

Agape Catholic Bible study: 15TH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME

To understand this week's scripture readings, please refer to our Bible Study page which has several links to more bible resources and notes.

Messianic Genealogy of Jesus Christ - Click here!

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Monday:Al & Mary Ann Schultheis; Tuesday: Joan Lunny; Wednesday: Joanne Payne; Thursday:No Mass; Friday:Intentions of Rev. Michael Canny

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Church Ministers for the Next 2 Weeks

SATURDAY, July 14th - 5:00pm
Lector: Chuck Schlumpberger
Eucharist: Bill Navarre
Cup: Mark Clure & Lavada Erickson
Servers: Nathan & Jennifer Roach
Music: Folk Group
Offertory Gifts: Bill & Kris Acord
Ushers: Mark Clure & Bill Acord

SUNDAY, July 15th - 9:00am
Lector: Vince Reinig
Eucharist: Bruno Zamperin
Cup: Maria Zamperin & Larry Weldon
Servers: Asher & Adam Aguirre
Music: Carol Taforo & James Roach
Offertory Gifts: Heather Googins & Lucille Cook
Ushers: Alvin Garcia & Robert Cottini

SATURDAY, July 21st - 5:00pm
Lector: Mary K Bates
Eucharist: Kathleen Armstrong
Cup: Chuck Rosencrantz & Oralee Floria
Servers: Alexa Thompson & Daniel Forslund
Music: Folk Group
Offertory Gifts: Frank & Judy Goulart
Ushers: Dave Barnett & Tom Ravizza

SUNDAY, July 22nd - 9:00am
Lector: Roseana Slezevicuipe
Eucharist: Sandy Meneni
Cup: Darrold & Cathy Jourdan
Servers: Linnea & Elise Dolf
Music: Carol Taforo & James Roach
Offertory Gifts: Bob & Lynda Hillard
Ushers: Bruno Zamperin & Aldo Meneni

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** To download a copy of the Church's Monthly Calendar, please please click the text or the image below or go to our calendar page.


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Working With Christ

To do the work of Christ is really quite simple. It means to
be faithful in little things, for to be faithful in little things is a big thing.
It means to do one’s task, no matter how humble, not only thoroughly but joyfully.
It means to make oneself available, yet never to seek the limelight.
It means to make oneself useful, without seeking to push oneself.
It means to carry one’s own burden, without, as far as possible, becoming a burden on others.
In a word, it means to be at one’s post, helpful and faithful,
loyal and constant.
Lord, make me an instrument for the building of your kingdom.

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Regular Church Calendar of St. Anthony Parish, Mount Shasta

CCD Classes Meets every Monday in the Parish Hall after school
Knights Of Columbus Officers Meeting: 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at St.Anthony's
Knights of Columbus General Membership Meeting:
Third Thursday of the month at 7:15 pm at the St.Anthony's Parish Hall
Altar Society Meeting Second Tuesday of each month at 12:30 pm after Mass at noon. The Rosary will be said before Mass at 11:30 am.
St. Vincent de Paul Society Second Friday of each month at 12:30 pm at the small hall
Rosary Recitation of the Rosary on the second Sunday of each month immediately after Mass
Bingo Every Wednesday evening at the Parish Hall. Doors open at 5:00 pm. Game begins at 6:00 pm.

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Folding Chairs

      Due to the purchase of new chairs in the Parish hall, we are selling our previous folding chairs for $3.00/each. We have fifty eight chairs available. Please contact the rectory at (530) 926-4477 or Karen Dettman if interested.

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      At the end of Mass, we are not simply dismissed. We are sent out in the Lord's name and with the Lord's power to buildld. When Mass concludes, we do not just leave the building; we enter the world with a mission!

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Saint Vincent de Paul Needs : Top Ramen

      Each week the St. Vincent de Paul Society distributes food to the needy. To supplement the first Sunday SVDP food collection, they regularly replenish the food bank. Each week they will let you know what item to add to your grocery list. This will help the community food bank run by our St. Vincent de Paul Society contribute in feeding the hungry. This week’s items is:Top Ramen. There is a box in the vestibule. Please put your contribution there and stay tuned for next week’s item.

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