Parish Mission 2019

Come experience spiritual renewal!

Fr. Wade Menezes, CPM, grew up on a dairy farm and studied journalism in college. After discerning a call to the priesthood, Fr. Wade was ordained for the Fathers of Mercy in the Great Jubilee Year 2000.  The Fathers of Mercy is a missionary preaching congregation based in Auburn, Kentucky. Founded in 1808 by Fr. Jean Baptiste Rauzan for the purpose of re-evangelizing a spiritually devastated post-Revolutionary France, the Fathers continue to bring the Mercy of God to the people of our own day.

Fr. Wade is currently the Assistant General for the Fathers of Mercy. He has also served as the Chaplain-in-Residence at the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama. While at the Shrine, Fr. Wade was a daily Mass celebrant, homilist, and confessor. Fr. Wade is an accomplished writer for many outlets including the National Catholic Register and Our Sunday Visitor. Recently he published his first book, The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven, Hell. Fr. Wade has been a guest on many different programs for EWTN and currently hosts “Open Line Tuesday” for EWTN Radio.

The Parish Mission led by Fr. Wade will be Sunday January 20th through the 23rd. The theme of the mission is “Work Out Your Salvation! (Phil 2:12).” Fr. Wade will encourage us all to reach holiness through fidelity to our daily work in accord with our vocation.

This will be a time of great grace and mercy from God. Anyone is invited to come experience spiritual renewal through this Parish Mission and encouraged to attend all four nights. Below is the schedule.

Date

Time

Topic & Events

Sunday, January 20

7:00 p.m.

Be Faithful to Daily Duty

Monday, January 21

7:00 p.m.

Be Other-Centered

Tuesday, January 22

7:00 p.m.

Understand the Reality of Vice and Virtue

Wednesday, January 23

7:00 p.m.

Practice and Live the Sacraments /

Live a Trinitarian Spirituality (with Mass)

 

Please note:  The Mission Hour will include Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament on the first three nights. On Wednesday there will be Holy Mass with extended homily so as to encourage participants to receive Holy Communion which is one of the five requirements to obtain the plenary indulgence associated with having attended a Parish Mission. Confessions will be heard one hour prior to each Mission talk as well as immediately following. A hospitality reception for Fr. Wade will be held after Mass on Wednesday evening, at approximately 8 p.m.

2018-2019 Stewardship Renewal

  I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.' John 10:10

Called the "greatest Easter painting" by many, was painted in 1898 by a little know Swiss painter Eugene Burnand (1850-1921). Not even showing the Risen Jesus, the painting portrays two witnesses, possibly the oldest and youngest of the Apostles, running to the tomb. Titled "the Disciples Peter and John Running to the Sepulchre in the Morning of the Resurrection," John is clasping his hand in prayer, while Peter holds his hand over his heart. You can feel the intense drive forward by the two with their hair and cloaks flying back with the wind. They are sprinting towards a new found faith. They are not stationary, but missionary disciples.

Discovering Christ Info & Registration

5:30 - 8:00 pm
AUGUST 19 to OCTOBER 7

Please join us in the St. Patrick School cafeteria for Discovering Christ. Enjoy a free dinner, listen to a dynamic teaching and join in a small group discussion about the meaning of life in Jesus Christ. Discovering Christ is a 7-week series that will begin Sunday, August 19, and includes a life-changing retreat on Sunday, October 7.

Child care will be provided for all of the Sunday evening sessions. However, there will be no child care provided during the retreat.

We invite you to watch a Discovering Christ youtube video to learn more about the course:
Discovering Christ Promo

or find us on Facebook by searching for “St. Patrick - Kingman”

This course is designed to revitalize your faith or to bring your family and friends who have been away from the church. To help us with our planning please submit your registration by August 1st. However, you will still be able to sign up the first night of Discovering Christ. 

Register Today 

LITURGICAL MINISTERS SCHEDULE

Saturday, January 19 and Sunday, January 20

ALTAR SERVERS
5:00 pm - Jack Harden & Kevin Kaufman
8:00 am - Thomas Behring, Kael & Will McBeth
10:00 am - Phillip & Peter Nowak, Stephen Kerschen

EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION
5:00 pm - Helen Schnittler
8:00 am - Peter Bedford
10:00 am - Joe Hill

LECTORS
5:00 pm - Stacey Walters
8:00 am - Jenny Campbell
10:00 am - John Korbel

 

Altar Servers This Week: Ty Birkenbaugh & Michael Harbert

 

Saturday, January 29 and Sunday, January 27

ALTAR SERVERS
5:00 pm - Ashton & Clayton Thimesch
8:00 am - Joseph Leland, Colby & Collin Schreiner
10:00 am - Justin Powell, Dawson Wood, Ben Bradshaw

EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION
5:00 pm - Steve Seiwert
8:00 am - Rich Miller
10:00 am - Jeralyn Hill

LECTORS
5:00 pm - Dave Hayes
8:00 am - Hannah Clouse
10:00 am - St. Patrick School

GIFT BEARERS
5:00 pm - Travis & Jodi Kaufman

8:00 am - Gary & Michelle Ziegler
10:00 am - St. Patrick School

ROSARY LEADERS
5:00 pm - Lenora Zoeller
8:00 am - Gilbert & Kathy Kaiser
10:00 am - Julie Ziegler

CANTORS
5:00 pm - Nichole Kelley
8:00 am - Quiet Mass
10:00 am - St. Pat's Choir

ORGANISTS
5:00 pm - Michelle Brady
8:00 am - Quiet Mass
10:00 am - Danna Hernandez

USHERS
5:00 pm - Roger Vanlandingham, Butch Mathis, Marvin & Jill Neville
8:00 am - Donna Rohlman, Rich Miller, Ron Kinsler
10:00 am - St. Patrick School