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Preparing for Sunday
28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday, October 11, 2020
Background on the Gospel Reading
Immediately after criticizing the religious leaders through the parable of the tenants in
last Sunday’s Gospel
, Jesus proceeded to tell another parable, again directed at the religious leaders. We hear this parable in today’s Gospel.
The Lord will provide richly for his people.
The Lord is our shepherd.
Paul tells the Philippians that God provides whatever he needs.
(shorter form Matthew 22:1-10)
Jesus compares the kingdom of heaven to a wedding feast.
Confirmation preparation starts this Sunday 10/11 at 7:15pm
Rosary Coast to Coast | October 11 | 3:00pm
Please join the SMOY community as we pray the Rosary during a powerful day of worldwide prayer in unison with the U.S. Capitol! With each Rosary, our prayer intentions will be for life, marriage & family, religious liberty, and the return of our nation to God and to holiness. Bring your Rosaries or take one we will have for you. See you there! Please contact Karen Rizzo for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like more information about Rosary Coast to Coast, please
Pray the Rosary
We invite everyone to stay after our morning and evening weekday Masses, for 15 minutes, to pray the Holy Rosary together, For Our Nation and For Life
Retirement Planning Seminar | October 21 at 7:30pm
The Knights of Columbus will present a seminar on retirement planning.
This seminar is open to all Catholic families and will last approximately one hour. Our guest speaker will be Tom Hegna. When it comes to retirement, many consider Tom Hegna to be the retirement income expert! Tom has written 5 books and has a PBS special called “Don’t Worry – Retire Happy”. He has helped countless individuals through his PBS television special, seminars, and best-selling books. Today he is known throughout the world as The Retirement Income Expert.
This benefit night is scheduled for October 21st at 7:30pm EST. It will last approximately 1 hour. Registration is limited. You may register here:
For more information please contact the Knights Field Agent:
Chris Chalifoux, FIC | 513.987.5666 |
Blood Drive | October 24th | 10:00am - 3:00pm
The Knight’s of Columbus has organized a blood drive. The blood drive will be held in the Fr. James Brooks Hall. You must be 17ys or older, weigh at least 110 pounds, and be in general good health to participate. Light refreshments available after every donation. There is a great need for all blood types. Please help! To schedule your appointment,
or call Hoxworth at 513.451.0910
Welcome CRHP 2.0 Retreats
We all want a community; we all want a home, we all want to find our place in our parish family and more importantly the family of God. Welcome CRHP 2.0 formerly known simply as Christ Renews His Parish is an opportunity to do just that! This time has been hard but this retreat will hopefully give you what you need to restore your Faith and Relationship with God in a safe and comfortable environment.
Women's Retreat | Nov 7 & 8: More Info: Mary Rogers-Miller | 248.506.3509 | email@example.com or
Amy Krass | 513.477.5945
Men's Retreat | Nov 14 & 15: More Info: Dave Kelly | 513.476.1114
If you attended Mass this past weekend, you'll notice we have introduced a new song, "New Wine" by Brooke Ligertwood. You can listen to the music to get better acquainted with it
The next phase of the capital campaign is well underway. First we started with the resurfacing and repair of the parking lot. This included completing the drive that flows from the traffic light to the new covered entrance of the church and new parking spaces.
Now we have started work on the structure improvements designed for the church. This includes raising the altar and adding frontals with kneelers for the four main sections of the church. The new tabernacle, which has received a majority of the funding outside the All.In. Campaign, is expected to be installed within the next 6-8 months. The addition of a room with a second confessional and storage will support a magnificent reredos/altar of repose. The altar platform, which has funding from as far back as 2008, will be raised two steps for visibility and to better identify the sacred space for the altar and tabernacle.
The goal is to have all of this completed before Lent in 2021.The subsequent phase is scheduled to address the needs of the school. As with each of the other projects, all of the funds must be received before we can start work. Thank you for your continued support of St. Margaret of York and your generosity.
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In 2016, EWTN in partnership with Arcadia Films produced a documentary entitled “A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing”. The documentary tells the story of community organizer Saul Alinsky and how his “Rules for Radicals” has significantly contributed to the situation that we are experiencing today. As we prepare for the upcoming election, every Catholic and every American needs to know:
Why our political discourse is so bad right now?
How Christian beliefs, particularly Catholic beliefs, and those who hold to them have come to be reviled by so many in the secular culture?
Where did political correctness, gender conflict, gender confusion — and so many other aspects of the Culture of Death — come from?
The answer to these questions, and many others, can be found in the EWTN Original Documentary “A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing,”.
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