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     The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ Sunday (Corpus Christi) June 10, 2012

     St. John the Baptist Catholic Church

     657 St. John Church Road, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

     Masses: Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Friday: 9:00 a.m.

     Saturday: 7:30 p.m. Sunday: 11:30 a.m.

     Confessions: Saturday: 6:30 7:00 p.m. or by appointment

     Rosary: Saturday, 7:10 p.m. before Mass

     D.R.E.: Lisa Thomas (270) 862-3005

     Youth Ministry: Tracy Geer (270) 360-0042

     Monthly Newsletter: Angela Newton @ angela.marie.Newton@gmail.com

     Deadline: 20th of each month

     Rev. Daniel L. Lincoln, Pastor Dew Memorial Library

    Deacon Mickey Vessels: (270) 304-6802 (located under St. Brigid Church) Office Hours: 9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. Sunday: after the 9:30 a.m. Mass 1:00 p.m.3:00 p.m. Sunday: from 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. before Mass Parish Office: (270) 877-2461 Monday: before the 9:00 a.m. Mass Fax: (270) 877-2523 Thursday: before the 9:00 a.m. Mass Website: www.stbrigidvg.org

    E-mail: brigidvg@bbtel.com Sign and date the card in the back of each book and For financial assistance, call the St. Vincent de Paul leave in the green basket. Society at (270) 351-7409

     St. Brigid Catholic Church

     314 East Main Street, Vine Grove, KY 40175

     Masses: Monday: 9:00 a.m. Thursday: 9:00 a.m.

     Sunday: 9:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.

     Confessions: Sunday: 5:30-6:00 p.m. or by appointment

     D.R.E.: Mike Ryan (270) 877-0546

     Youth Minister: Lori Law (270) 765-6015

     Bookkeeper: Darlene Staples, M-W

     Secretary: Maggie Olson, T-F

     Bulletin Deadline: 12:00 noon on Wednesdays

    Bulletin Ministry to the Sick and Elderly Bulletin information must be submitted in writing by Please notify the parish office when a family member note or email to the parish office no later than noon on is hospitalized. Wednesday for publication the following weekend. If RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) sent by email, please type Bulletin and name of If you are interested in joining or learning about the in the subject line. parishCatholic Church, please call Keith Baughman at (270) New Parishioners 877-5283 about classes. Welcome to the parish! Please register as soon as Sacrament of Marriage possible either at the parish office or pick up a If you are planning a wedding, contact Fr. Lincoln at welcome packet at the church doors and drop in the least six months prior to the wedding date in order to collection. complete required marriage preparations. Sacrament of Baptism Evenings & Weekend Emergency Number Members of the parish please contact the parish office (270) 877-2546 for information about the required preparation class.

    The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ Sunday (Corpus Christi) June 10, 2012

    MASS SCHEDULE

    Saturday June 9 7:30 p.m. St. John For All Parishioners Vigil: The Most Holy Body and

    Blood of Christ Sunday

    (Corpus Christi)

    Sunday June 10 9:30 a.m. St. Brigid Bill & Nancy Ray The Most Holy Body and

    Blood of Christ Sunday

    (Corpus Christi)

     11:30 p.m. St. John Jack Taylor

     6:30 p.m. St. Brigid Our Parish Family

    Clarence “Bud” Brangers

    Monday June 11 9:00 a.m. St. Brigid Betty Dew St. Barnabas, Apostle

    Wednesday June 13 6:30 p.m. St. John Mike Edlin St. Anthony of Padua, Priest and

    Doctor of the Church

    Thursday June 14 9:00 a.m. St. Brigid Lee A. Hager & Weekday

    Charles A. Medley Families

    Friday June 15 9:00 a.m. St. John Tom & Bobbie Jean Wiseman The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

    thSaturday June 16 7:30 p.m. St. John 1LT Eric Yates Vigil: 11 Sunday in Ordinary Time

    thSunday June 17 9:30 a.m. St. Brigid Jeff & Dorothy Brown 11 Sunday in Ordinary Time

     11:30 a.m. St. John For All Parishioners

     6:30 p.m. St. Brigid Our Parish Family

    Clarence “Bud” Brangers

    INFORMATION FOR BOTH PARISHES

    Thank You to Emily Johnson and Lori Law for planning the 2012 Baccalaureate Mass and to Charles & Pam DeRoche, and Mike Richardson for the music and to all who participated. May God bless all our 2012 graduates!

    Confidential Pregnancy and Adoption Counseling is available at Catholic Charities for women of all

    ages experiencing untimely pregnancies. A full range of services is provided, including adoptive placement, legal assistance and counseling for individuals, groups and families. Post-abortion counseling is also available. Services are provided regardless of income or marital status. For more info, call Catholic Charities at (502) 637-9786.

    th70 Annual Regional Corpus Christi Procession On the Solemnity of The Most Holy Body and Blood of

    Christ, Sunday, June 10, there will be the traditional Corpus Christi Procession for all the parishes in our Region at St. Martin of Tours in Flaherty. Adoration will follow St. Martin’s 9:00 a.m. Mass and last until the

    Procession at 3:00 p.m. Bring your family and join the clergy of our Region in representing your parish in this public display of our faith in Jesus’ Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament. There will be sacred hymns and

    the rosary as the Procession goes from the Church throughout St. Martin’s cemetery and ends with readings, a homily, and Benediction at the cemetery altar. Please bring your own lawn chair; we’re expecting a big

    crowd!

    St. John the Apostle Picnic St. John’s in Brandenburg invites you to their Summer Picnic on Saturday,

    June 16. There will be a grilled pork chop or chicken dinner served from 2:00-7:00 p.m. There will also be Quilt and Money Raffles, Cornhole Tournament, Kiddie Land, Silent Auction, and games for kids and adults. Please join us. St. John is located at 515 Broadway, Brandenburg.

    Bridal Announcement The Record will publish the second Bridal Issue of 2012 on Thursday, July 26.

    If you are planning your wedding between July 26, 2012 and January 30, 2013 and would like your announcement in The Record, fill out and send the form currently appearing in the paper. You may also go online and fill out our form at archlou.org/therecord/bridal. For additional information or questions contact Rachell Rauh at (502) 471-2125 or e-mail: rrauh@archlou.org. The deadline is Friday, July 6 at 12:00

    noon.

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    St. John and St. Brigid Prayer List

    To add someone to the prayer list, please call the parish office at (270) 877-2461.

    Remember to call to remove someone from the list if they are no longer sick,

    etc.

    Sammy Adams, Dennis Arnold, Arlene Beck, Jamie Berry, Martha Bilz, Robert Bilz, Ann

    Brangers, Catherine Brangers, Kathryn Brangers, Matthew Brangers, Mary Ellen Bryan, Rudy Brunnhuber, Joe Buchanan, Charlie Buckman, Paul Buza, Tommy Byerly, Case Carr, Brenda Chadwell, Alice Clark, Ernest L. Cleaver, Dale Cleveland, Bryan Combs, Doug Compton, Faye Crain, Dottie Crutcher, Cathy Czoski, Becky Darnell, Charlotte Dolecheck, Diane Durbin, Wanda Durham, Jeremy Dworshak, Alex Edelen, Lorene Edelen, Donna Fisher, Mary Fogle, Bernice Foley, Ursal French, Judy Garcia, Roy Gividen, Rose Grenier, Mary Hager, Adrian Hall, Betty Hansbrough, Jack Hansbrough, Catherine Hayes, Charles H. Henning, Merle Hoffman, Virginia Holmes, John Huff, Mike Hynson, Clarence Jenkins, Irene Jenkins, Erika Karl, Jette Kilfoile, Bobby Lancaster, Teresa Landerr, Charlene Langley, Geneva Langley, John J. Langley, Shelby Langley, Colleen Learned, Conny Lockard, Rosalina Lugo, Inge Luther, James Lutz, Alma Mahanna, Tony Marski, Magdalena Martinez, Kevin Massey, Mark Maxwell, Freddie Mayfield, Brittany Mayhew, Gertie Mayhew, Lucille McCamish, Zella McCamish, Stacy McElroy, Rob Meadows, Donna Miller, Pat Mitchell, Jody Mobley, Juanita Moore, Dorothy Morris, Fr. Mike Morris, Joedy Nall, Ed Olson, Bernard Osborne, Mae Osborne, Bethany Ott, John Pawley, Paul Peterson, Celina Pinkham, Iva Powell, Julie Rambo, Allie Ray, Dorothy Ray, Gail Ray, Mary Agnes Ray, James R. Reed, Jim Reesor, Barbara Rungy, Helen Rupert, Elizabeth Schaefer, Mary Sue Sharp, Sandy Sharp, Frances Singer, Eric Sipes, Lisa Smith, Kathy Stillwell, Ann Taylor, Dave Terry, Russell Thomas, Travis Tiffany, Richard Tilley, Raffaella Tucker, Mary Tyson, Robert Vaughn, Red Vessels, Charlotte Vowels, Adrienne M. Walker, Pauline Walton, C. A. Watson, Joseph Wilcox, Linda Will, Jennifer Williams, Monica Wilson, Ann Wiseman, Zach Wiseman, Diana Hughes Wooden, Don Wooldridge, Amanda Woosley, and all the sick.

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    Our Military List

    To add someone to the military list, please call the parish office at (270) 877-2461.

    Remember to call to remove someone from the list if they are no longer in

    the service.

    SPC Michael Angerstein, Justin Benton, SGT Adam Berthold, PVT John Boyatt, CPT

    Aaron Bragg, LT Dan Clark, CPO Melinda Clark, SSgt Morgan Crabtree, AMN Cody Creed, SGT Aaron Cruse, PFC Kyle Danhauer, TSGT Edward H. Day, Lucas Flatt, PFC John Michael Fleming, PFC Lance C. Fogle, Jason Forcey, PFC Kent Fox, Brandon Freeman, SGT Tim Gil, PVT Sean Harris, SSG Jeffery Johnston, LTC Christopher Kennedy, Alan Kieta II, SFC James J. Lackey, A1C Joseph Manco, SGT Bradley O. Martinez, SGT Michael E. Martinez, Father Mike Morris, SPC Jacob L. Nall, SFC Peter Novak, Cameron Ponder, Tony Rickerl, HN Nathan Robinson, James Rogers, Tony Rogers, SFC Michael Salazar, PFC Kyle Sanchez, LCpl Michael Harper Sears, Jonathon Sifford, Jeffrey Slade, CSM Vance Snider, SP4 Alex Sparkman, CPT Scott Stephens, SGT Josh Tygret, PVT Jack Thomas, SFC Kim Tyler, PFC Evan Vaughan, Lisa Flynn-Veri, MJR Steve Wickersham, SSG Christopher Windle, TSGT Jeremy Yates, and all serving our nation.

    Summer RCIA Classes

     The Summer RCIA for Saint Brigid/Saint John will start June 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the CMR [Church Meeting Room] in the basement of St. Brigid. The entrance is located on the rectory side of the church. If you have previously called indicating an interest in RCIA and have not received a call from Keith, please call him again. His answering machine sometimes makes it difficult to decode the message, and he may not have been able to determine your phone number. We encourage you to attend whether or not you have

    submitted your name.

    Call Keith Baughman at (270) 877-5283 or the parish office at (270) 877-2461.

    ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC CHURCH INFORMATION

    Last Sunday’s Collection: $ 2,800.00 Welcome Packets: If you would like to become

    Crusade for Children Collection: $ 564.00 a member of St. John Parish, or would just like to

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    know more about us, please take one of the Unit 9920, Box 0040, DPO AE 09348-9997. Mail Welcome Packets in the church lobby. You may takes 4-6 weeks coming or going. Temperatures return the census card and the stewardship form are extremely hot from May-October. Anything to Father Dan or place in the collection basket. that can melt does melt, i.e. bars of soap, some

    hard candy, gummy candy, chocolate chips in Parish Picnic: Our parish picnic is fast cookies, Chap Stick, deodorant, etc. If you are approaching! Mark your calendar for Sunday, not sure if it will melt, put it in a Ziplock bag in June 24, the Feast Day of St John the Baptist, case it does. It won’t get everything else gooey. after the 11:30 a.m. Mass. Lots of good food, Cards and letters are ALWAYS a treat! Love you! great fellowship, and fun!! If you have any

    questions, please contact Kaycie Pawley at Sleeping Mats for the Homeless: We are

    pawley@windstream.net or (270) 268-9391. collecting your plastic shopping bags for recycling

    to make sleeping mats for the homeless. I have a Parish Council Elections: New members are coworker whose mother and a group of ladies Elaine Wiseman and Kenny Heibert. Thanks to all make these mats and would like for St. John to for participating in the nomination and election help them out. You can bring them to church process. each week and place in a box in the back of the Silvia Love Deployed: Here is my address church. POC: Becky French at (270) 862-3597. during deployment: CW4 Silvia H. Love, OSC-I/J1,

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    St. John Serving List

    Saturday, June 16 - 7:30 p.m.

     Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist - Gary Lucous Dennis Thomas Becky Thomas

     Lector - Kaycie Pawley

     Servers - Evan Newton Katie French

     Greeters - Tom & Anita Hall

     Gift Bearers - Charlie French Family

     Ushers - Jackie Hall Tom Hall

    Sunday, June 17 - 11:30 a.m.

     Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist - Tracie Price James & Lori Shinault

     Lector - Gary Brangers

     Servers - Jared Givan Tiarra Leasor

     Greeters - Ken & Pat Yount

     Gift Bearers - Joe Thomas Family

     Ushers - Scott Mattingly Raeburn Mattingly

     Hospital Ministry - Sunday, June 24 - Marcella Brangers

     St. John Youth Ministry Needed Items: Small refrigerator/freezer, Wii, Wii games and accessories, TV Stand, DVD player, board games appropriate for middle to high school-aged youth, and age appropriate movies (must have a Rating of PG13 or less). All movies will be screened prior to them entering our video library.

     If you would like to volunteer to help with the Youth Group, please contact Tracy Geer at (270) 360-0042

     or (270) 505-0302; or Pam Yates at (270) 862-9441.

     Catholic Young Adults Group Welcome to all the new young adult members of St. Brigid and St. John parish! I hope you all enjoyed the Mass and dinner in your honor this past Monday. We hope to see you at some of our future social and

    service gatherings. thService Opportunity: June 15 Community Service Day with the Rotaract Club of Greater Hardin County. If you would like to join in on this opportunity to clean up the community, please contact Tracy Law.

    Contact Tracy Law to RSVP or if you have any questions at tracylaw87@gmail.com or (270)312-3910.

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    ST. BRIGID CATHOLIC CHURCH INFORMATIONLast Sunday’s Collection: $ 7,124.00 Remember we will always be collecting aluminum

    cans for the cause. Thanks! Crusade for Children Collection: $ 1,487.07

    Parish Council Elections: Congratulations to Welcome Visitors: We are delighted that you our newest council members: Bill Cochran, Butch have joined the St. Brigid parish family this Filburn, and Terrie Morgan. Many thanks to our weekend. We hope that you will be joining us outgoing members, Alice Pfost, Kenneth Johnston, again soon. If you are interested in learning more and Angie Braggs, for a job well done. We are about or joining our parish, please pick up a sure that we will leave the rest of you in Welcome Packet by the doors of the church. competent hands. We have so enjoyed working Corpus Christi: Your Saint Brigid Worship with all of you, and we can only look around and Committee invites you to take a couple of hours see all of the accomplishments that we have all TODAY, June 10, and join with your friends from made together. the surrounding parishes, the Father Diemert Vacation Bible School: will be the weekend Council Knights of Columbus and the Saint Brigid of July 27-29. Friday night's activities will be Altar Servers in the Corpus Christi celebration that from 6:00-8:00 p.m.; Saturday from 9:00 a.m. - takes place annually at Saint Martin of Tours 12:00 noon; Sunday following Mass, participants Church in Flaherty. We would like to see a great with their parents and staff will gather for a brief turnout for this very important event. Let us show program from 10:30-11:00 a.m. followed by a our dedication to the Body and Blood of our Savior. small lunch. Signups will begin in the upcoming A Great Big Thank You: to all who participated weeks. Volunteer leaders are needed in a number in the Golf Scramble, sponsored holes, donated of areas: snacks, crafts, special activities, and time/money, worked any fund raisers and to those class instruction. Please sign up to volunteer at who attend on June 1. Team Good Clear Will any of the three doors of the church. If you have raised over $10,000. Awesome! We also want to any questions, please contact Mike Ryan at (270)-thank everyone who donated toward the Yard Sale. 877-0546.

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    St. Brigid Serving List

    Sunday, June 17 - 9:30 a.m.

     Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist - Corinna Schwartz, Butch & Nan Filburn, Angie Bragg, Jim

     Klimesh, Ruth O’Connor

     Lector - Alison Dupont

     Servers - Molly Weisshaupt Neleah Nunez

     Greeters - Tracy Law

    Sunday, June 17 - 6:30 p.m.

     Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist - Judy Kang, Jim Weed, Linda Rogers

     Lector - Ashley Osterhage

     Servers - Gina Tselee Ashley Osterhage

     Greeters - None Available

    Hospital Ministry, Sunday, June 10 - Keith Baughman Jim Klimesh

     St. Brigid Youth Ministry

    Friday, June 15: Louisville Bats! If you forgot to RSVP with Lori by the deadline, but would still like to attend, ththplease call Lori to see if there are extra tickets. This is a 7:00 p.m. game that is open to all youth in the 8-12 grades and their families. Tickets are $13.00 per person, but remember this is for special seating in the Jack Daniel’s Suite and the All You Can Eat Buffet!

     Friday, June 29: The Lawson Family will be hosting a pool party at their home starting at 4:00 p.m. If you thth are in the 812 grades, please join us for a fun evening of swimming, corn hole, volleyball, a cook out, and much more! You should bring a towel, swimsuit, side dish or dessert, and some donation items from the list that has been mailed to you for Hopeful Hearts Blessings. The Lawsons live at 104 Oak Drive, E’town.

    If you have any questions, please call Lori at (270) 765-6015 or (270) 723-0157 or email me at stbrigidyouth@hotmail.com.

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    St. Brigid Religious Education

    DATE CHANGE: We will be having a religious education picnic Sunday, June 10. Have a great summer

    vacation, and I look forward to seeing you in religious education next year.

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    “During the meal he took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to them. Take this,” he said, “This is my body.” He likewise took a cup, gave thanks and passed it to them, and they all drank from it. He said to them,

     Mark 14:22-24 “This is my blood, the blood of the covenant, to be poured out on behalf of many.”The Eucharist illustrates the ultimate model of stewardship the sharing of God’s very self with all.

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    The “Silent Treatment” is often considered a communication No No, but there are times when it’s better for a parent to say little than to repeatedly nag. Tell your child firmly once to pick up the toys. If ignored, calmly do it yourself and put the toys into quarantine for a period of time. Enough said!

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    O God, who in this wonderful Sacrament have

    left us a memorial of your Passion, grant us,

    we pray, so to revere the sacred mysteries of

    your Body and Blood that we may always

    experience in ourselves the fruits of your

    redemption. Who live and reign with God the

    Father in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God

    for ever and ever. Amen.

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