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Augustine Church, Barberton, OH) (March 25, 2012)

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How can you live by dying? Letting go of control is one key to a loving relationship. This requires trust in oneself and trust in others. If we dont let go of our need to control we dont experience the joy found in trusting ourselves to another and being completely accepted by that other. In the end we will lose what we are trying to control and hold onto we can only have by letting go! (Insert graphic 1106-0086)
360 Holy Hours were kept before the Blessed Sacrament this past week. Day and night Jesus dwells in the Blessed Sacrament because of His infinite love for you! "Behold, I am with you always until the end of the world." Because, "I have loved you with an everlasting love, so I am constant in my affection for you." (Mt 28:20 Jer 31:3) How about choosing an hour in your family's name? This way, you could take turns with family or friends. Please call Judy Soltis at 330-212-0926 if you are interested.

(Insert Graphic 2404-0106.tif) Barberton Area Community Ministries item for the Month of March will be Peanut butter and Jelly. Please bring your donations when you come to Mass and place them in the bench in front of the giving tree in the vestibule, together we can help those less fortunate. Items will be delivered to BACM on Monday morning. (Insert Graphic 2404-0088.tif)

The next Coffee and Donuts will be served Sunday, April 15, following the 9:00 and 11:00 Masses, this will be the last Coffee and Donuts for the season. Hosts will be Wane & Mary Jo Goss, Lucina Roth & Pam Ciariariello.
GENERATIONS OF FAITH Join us on the Journey, Thursday, April 12 as we discover The Covenant with David. Registration forms are available on the bookrack. Sessions will be held at Immaculate Conception Church, Waldeisen Hall from 6-9:00pm., all are welcome to attend. Enjoy a meal from 66:30pm followed by the session. Springtime of Hopes - item for the month of March is Toilet paper. Please place your donations inside the bench in front of the giving tree in the vestibule, items will be picked up on Monday morning. Thank you in advance for your help in this matter. For more information, please contact Greg Meier at 330-289-3987.

Fill the Ark - Heifer International


Thank you to everyone who purchased a Cloud for the Heifer International fundraiser. 158 Clouds are proudly displayed on the back wall of the Church showing your support. If you were unable to purchase a cloud last weekend, they are available in the rectory during regular business hours. Keep in mind, if we are able to complete two Arks, Fr. David will chase a greased pig around the playground. Money and banks can be turned in anytime throughout Lent, we will begin collecting them this weekend. As we continue to raise money, the thermometer in the back of the church will gauge our success. Envelopes have been provided in the pews if you would like to make a donation. For more information regarding Heifer International, please log onto www.heifer.org. The current total raised is: $562.00. Together we will make a difference.

Join Deacon Robin Adair as he presents St. Augustine Church. We will begin with a slide show in the school cafeteria followed by a tour of the Church on Thursday, March 29 at 7:00pm. This is the perfect opportunity to see the hidden beauty of St. Augustine Church. Learn the history behind the architecture, notice the one of a kind stained glass window, see the statues up close and the church from different heights; the choir loft and pulpit while admiring all the intrinsic wonders of our church. (Insert Graphic 2120-0037.tif) Stations of the Cross Presented by Saint Augustine Youth March 23, 2012 at 1:30pm in the Church - Seventh grade day school students March 30, 2012 at 7:00pm in the Church Fourth through Eight grade students April 1, 2012 at 10:00am in the SAC PSR students
Do enjoy fine food and fine dining? Join us Saturday, April 21 beginning at 6:00pm in the St. Augustine Rectory for an unforgettable evening of gourmet food with professionally paired wine to accompany each of the five delectable courses. It is sure to be an elegant dining experience. The cost is $75.00 per person. For more information or to purchase tickets, please call the school at 330-753-6435 or visit www.staugschool.net. Seating is limited to the first 20 guests. Thank you for your generous support of The Catholic Relief Services Collection. Your generosity will help reunite families, teach valuable life skills to those seeking a better life, and meet the vital humanitarian needs of many people. Please visit www.usccb.org/nationalcollections to learn how your donations are making a difference.

Thank you to all who have sold and/or purchased raffle tickets for the St. Augustine Car Raffle. To be included in the next drawing, simply sell 10 raffle tickets and return the stubs and raffle money to the school office or parish rectory. Once you sell 10 tickets, your name is entered into all of the early bird drawings through May 2012. Increase your odds, every time you sell an additional 10 tickets. At present, the car raffle has earned $15,070.00 for St. Augustine School.

RCIA UPDATE: Once again the parish will celebrate with our soon-to-be new Catholics by having a reception after the Easter Vigil. If you would like to volunteer to help serve in some way for the reception or to donate fruit, veggies, a cheese tray etc. to offer the guests, please call Kim Petroff (330-848-9138). Thank you.
(Insert Graphic 1105-0020.tif) Have you made your Confirmation yet? It is feasible that some adults have not received the Sacrament of Confirmation for one reason or another. St. Augustine would like to invite adults who have not been confirmed to consider doing so this year. Fr. Bill is inviting all Catholic men and women who have already been baptized, made your First confessions and have received your First Holy Communion to work with him so you can be ready to be confirmed here at St. Augustine Church. Confirmation will be held on Sunday, May 13 at the 11:00am Mass. If you are interested in being confirmed this year, please contact Fr. Bill at 330-745-0011 as soon as possible.

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Patrick Blasdel, Patricia Patterson, Karl Bartel, Jennifer Marco, Jacob Hurley, Donald Williams, Irene Lyle, Christopher Sanchez, Kate Ligas, Vada McNeal, Betty Morlan, Carol Grimes, Kelly Speck, Eugene Van Oss, Debra Dolgos, Lillian Hazlett, Mike Roop, Jean Genet Cunningham, Dolores Hall, Bernard Pramik, Rey Soberano & Mary Bartel

LIFE HAS CHANGED, NOT ENDED


Don Marco Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord!

St. Augustine Church will soon be into the 2013 Mass Intention Book. Due to the high volume of Mass Intention requests in 2012, we are asking you to consider grouping your intentions together; example The Smith family instead of listing each family member individually. We will do our best to schedule you as close to the requested date as possible. A specific date is not guaranteed. All masses are scheduled as they come in. Mass offerings are still $10.00 each. (Insert Graphic 1300-0021.tif) Stewardship: Time, Talent & Treasure
Sunday Offering Faith Direct Offering Total Offerings St. Vincent De Paul School Support Catholic Relief Services March 18 $ 8,521 $ 1,754 $ 10,276 $ $ $ 535 145 559

Year to date Income Year to Date Expenses Difference

COMPARATIVE FIGURES March 11 11-12 10-11 $ 1,207,575 $ 1,115,109 $ 1,201,506 $ 1,163,255 $ 6,069 $ (48,146) CAPITAL CAMPAIGN $ 1,524,138 $ 85,539

Spent to date Amount on Deposit

St. Augustine rectory will be closed for Easter on Friday, April 6 and will reopen for business on Tuesday, April 10 at 8:30am. Reminder: Good Friday is a day of fast and abstinence, no meat and no eating between meals

Information for the Easter Bulletin must be submitted to the parish office by Thursday, March 29 at 9:00am. Anything received after that will not make it into the bulletin until the following week. Thank you for your cooperation.

(Insert Graphic 2120-0033.tif) March 26-April 1 Monday, March 26 Annunciation of the Lord 6:30 Bob Buchanan 11:00 Reconciliation 12:05 Vincent M. Rasicci Tuesday, March 27 Lenten Weekday 5:15 James Voyk Wednesday, March 28 Lenten Weekday 6:30 Religious Vocations 8:30 Carl Frank 12:05 Deceased of the Kozarevic Family 6:00 Reconciliation Thursday, March 29 Lenten Weekday 6:30 Jack Weigand Sr. 7:00 Church Tour Friday, March 30 Lenten Weekday 6:30 Rev. Carl Ciprian 11:00 Reconciliation 12:05 Living and Deceased members of the St. Augustine Adoration Society 7:00 Stations of the Cross Saturday, March 31 Lenten Weekday 8:30 Gina Ciarlariello Anniversary 4:00 Members & Benefactors of the St. Vincent de Paul Society Sunday, April 1 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord 7:30 Bette Vera Milich 9:00 Robert, Loretta & James Mackey 11:00 Mary Frascello 5:15 The People of St. Augustine Parish Readings for the Week of March 26 Is 7:10-14,8:10, Ps 40: 7-11, Heb 10:4-10, Lk 1:26-38 Nm 32:4-9, Ps 102:2-3,16-21, Jn 8:21-30 Dn 3:14-20,91-92,95, (Ps) Dn 3:52-56, Jn 8:31-42 Gn 17:3-9, Ps 105:4-9 Jn 8:51-59 Jer 20:10-13, Ps 18:2-7, Jn 10:31-42 Ez 37:21-28, (Ps) Jer 31:10-13, Jn 11:45-56 Mk 11:1-10, Is 50:4-7, Ps 22:8-9,17-20,23-24, Phil 2:6-11, Mk 14:1-15:47

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RETROUVAILLE WEEKEND APRIL 2012 Someone once said marriages may be made
in heaven, but they sure take a lot of work on earth. Have you become so distracted by outside pressures that you have neglected your spouse? Retrouvaille (Help our Marriage) can help you put your marriage back on track. The next Cleveland Retrouvaille weekend will be held on April 20-22 at the Cleveland Hilton Inn Beachwood. A registration fee of $150 is requested to confirm a reservation. For information concerning the program, or to register, contact Al or Diane Miskinis at (330) 665-3506 or 1-800-470-2230. You may also learn about Retrouvaille at www.helpourmarriage.com.

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