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LETS MAKE SURE THAT
YOUR FAMILY IS TAKEN
CARE OF.
CALL CHAD FOR A LIFE
INSURANCE QUOTE!
919-414-3227

OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Established August 17, 1999

“We are a growing Roman Catholic Community
with an abiding Christian faith,
a strong desire to live the Gospel
and an enthusiastic commitment to
share the Good News.”

Welcome /Bienvenidos to new parishioners
and to all visiting today.

Questions? Email olrcatholic@gmail.com

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 19, 2012

CONTACT INFORMATION
Worship Site
460 Fox Park Rd.
Louisburg, NC

Mailing Address
937 N. Main St.
Louisburg, NC 27549

Parish Office Phone: (919) 340-0556
Parish Email:
olrcatholic@gmail.com
Administrator:
Reverend Johanes Raharjo, C.I.C.M.
(919) 480-8820
Deacon:
Rev. Deacon Patrick McIlmoyle
(919) 627-8207
Parish Advisory Council:
Ronald Holt
(919) 496-1098
Tina Gregroius
(252) 478-8047
Jay Illingworth
(252) 478-3145
Cliff Revoir
(252) 478-4716
Julie Roach
(919) 274-1427
Kathy Widelski
(252) 303-0119
Bruce Willis
(919) 496-6230
Carolyn Willis
(919) 496-6230
Peter Wootten
(252) 478-7494
Prayer Requests:
Eileen Robertson
Jay & Mary Lou
Illingworth
John & Diana
Lawrence
Kristi Perkins

(919) 853-3425

(252) 478-3145
(919) 496-3860
(919) 496-7140

MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday:
Sunday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:

5:00 pm
10:00 am
1:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 am
12:15 pm
6:00 pm

English
English
Spanish
Spanish
English
English
English

SACRAMENTS
Reconciliation: Saturday
4:00 pm

WEEKLY ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITIES - WEEK OF 2/19/12
Sun. 2/19:
9am
Choir Practice
11:30am
CCD CLASSES
Tues. 2/21: 4-6pm
Food Pantry
(937 N Main St)
Wed. 2/22:
7:30
English
(Ash Wed.) 12:15pm
English
7:30pm
Bilingual
Thurs. 2/23: 6pm
RCIA
Fri. 2/24:
6pm
Mass & Stations of
Cross
Sat. 2/25:
4pm
Choir Practice
ACTIVITIES - WEEK OF 2/26/12
Sun. 2/26:
9am
Choir Practice
11:30am
CCD Classes
Mon. 2/27
7pm
Fundraising mtg
Tues. 2/28: 4-6pm
Food Pantry
(937 N Main St)
Wed. 2/29:
7pm
Finance Council
Thurs. 3/1: 6pm
RCIA
Fri. 3/2:
6pm
Mass & Stations of
the Cross
Sat. 3/3:
9am
Knights of Col.
4pm
Choir Practice
6pm
Movie-Passion of
Christ
Email olrcatholic@gmail.com bulletin entries
by Monday of each week.

HOMETOWN CAFÉ
"REAL HOMESTYLE COOKING"
Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner
7 days a week
Franklinton Food Lion Shopping Center
Route 1
494-1500 for take-outs

Sally J's

MINISTRY SCHEDULE

Tailor & Alteration
Tuxedo Rentals

Wedding Gowns, Bridesmaid, Prom,
Professional Tailoring/Alterations
for men & women

346 S Bickett Blvd., Louisburg
919-496-3573

In & Out Mart #1
509 E Green St.
Franklinton,NC 27525
919-494-2577
LOTTERY - SODA - BEER - T-SHIRTS
CIGARS - CIGARETTES

In & Out Mart #2
806 S Main St. Louisburg, NC

919-496-6631
BEER & WINE
SANDWICHES - SODA - T-SHIRTS
HATS - CIGARS - CIGARETTES

February 18 – 5:00pm

February 19 – 10:00am

Eucharist Ministers: Angelo Lopez/Marcie
Mangum/Jose Solis/Sonia Lopez
Readers: 1) Mariana Mitchell 2) Kristi Perkins
Ushers: Ken Gregorius/Sergio Mitchell
Sacristan: Eileen Robertson/Mariana Mitchell
Altar Servers: Dillon Mangum/Bernardo
Salmon

Eucharist Ministers: Ed Rabil/Chris Szwagiel/
Will Szwagiel/Carolyn Willis/Deacon Pat
Readers: 1) Kerry Olivieri 2) Barbara Cobbett
Ushers: Brian Page/David Minard
Sacristan: Ed Rabil
Altar Servers: Sarah Gentry/Sally & Lucille
Ketterer

Ash Wednesday February 22
Eucharist Ministers: Angelo Lopez/Deacon Pat/Pete Gillis/Ramon Hernandez/Sonia Lopez
Readers: 1) Matt Brown 2) Ana Campos
Ushers: Bunny Williams/Apolinar Guerra
Sacristan: Eileen Robertson/Kristi Perkins
Altar Servers: Sarah Gillis/Annie Lee Gregorius/Luz Serrano-Campos
February 25 – 5:00pm

February 26 - 10:00am

Eucharist Ministers: Marcie Manguml/Deacon
Pat
Readers: 1) Kathy Crain 2)
Ushers: Mike Perkins
Sacristan: Bunny Williams
Altar Servers: Annie Lee Gregorius

Eucharist Ministers: Maryellen Bickel/Matt
Brown/Jay Illingworth/Kathy McDaniel/Deacon Pat
Readers: 1) Barbara Cobbett 2) Laura Gentry
Ushers: Ed Rabil/Dennis Bickel
Sacristan: Kathy McDaniel
Altar Servers: Lucille Ketterer/Sally
Ketterer/Sarah Gentry

Cleaning Ministry
February 19 – February 25: Teresa Vila, Ana Campos, Josefa & Maria Rayo
February 26 – March 3: Kay & Pete Gillis/Angelo & Jeanette Lopez

READINGS: WEEK OF FEBRUARY 19, 2012
Today:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Next Sunday:

Is 43:18-19,21-22,24b-25 Ps 41:2-5,13-14 2 Cor 1:18-22 Mk 2:1-12
Jas 3:13-18 Ps 19:8-10,15 Mk 9:14-29
Jas 4:1-10 Ps 55:7-11,23 Mk 9:30-37
Jl 2:12-18 Ps 51:3-6a,12-14,17 2 Cor 5:20-6:2Mt 6:1-6,16-18
Dt 30:15-20 Ps 1:1-4,6 Lk 9:22-25
Is 58:1-9a Ps 51:3-6a,18-19 Mt 9:14-15
Is 58:9b-14 Ps 86:1-6 Lk 5:27-32
Gn 9:8-15 Ps 25:4-9 1 Pt 3:18-22 Mk 1:12-15

STEWARDSHIP

Stewardship: A Way of Life. The gifts we
have, we are given to share.
This Week’s Stewardship of Time & Talent Salute
In gratitude for God’s gifts of time and talent to us, we gratefully acknowledge and
salute those parishioners who share their time and talent as our Catechists
(Religious Education Teachers). They participate in the teaching mission of the
church. As they pass on the faith they help us deepen our understanding and
commitment to living the faith.

Parish Sacrificial Giving Summary
(Regular Sunday Offertory)
Fiscal Year-to-date Information (7/1/11–2/12/12)
Weekly offertory needed:
$1,404.00
Last week’s Sunday offertory:
$2,444.41
Goal for fiscal year-to-date:
$46,327.00
Total offertory collected to date:
$49,238.70
Amount over offertory goal:
$2,911.70
Worship Center goal year-to-date:
Total collected to date:
Amount over goal:
Building Fund:
Last week’s:
Received to date:

Facility Fund Reserve

$15,548.00
$15,695.86
$147.86

$202.00
$107,133.04

$2001.15

THE WEEKLY SECOND COLLECTION for your donations toward the Worship Center
rent and utilities will be taken up immediately after the offertory collection each Sunday.
To have your donations recorded, use the green envelopes and add your name and
envelope number.

Thanks for sharing the gifts you have received to
help build God’s Kingdom in our community!

Los Tres POTRILLOS
Mexican Restaurant
3459 US HWY 1
Youngsville, NC 27596
919-494-1097
M - Th 11-10
Fri - Sa 11-11
Sun 11-9

PRAYER REQUESTS & INTENTIONS
“Therefore I say to you, all things for which you pray and ask, believe that you have received them,
and they shall be granted you.”

SUPPORT OUR MINISTRIES


Hospitality Donations: This month we are in need of small dessert plates, coffee, 9
oz. plastic cups, and creamer. If you include your receipt with your name on it, the
donation will be recorded on your contribution report for taxes. If you’d like to donate
sweets for Sunday hospitality, call Barbara at (252) 478-4604.



Aluminum Can Donations: Keep saving! Deposits to date (2011-2012) total $694.47.



Ink Jet Cartridges: Recycle your ink jet cartridges here. The church uses them to get
credit for office supplies. To date $100.00

Prayers are requested for all sick and their families, and all military personnel, especially:
Nell Bowman
Olga Holt
Pamela Widener
Amedeo Gallo
Leesa Link
Nick Bernard
Ken Cunningham
Dena Zych

Alfonso Simmons
Elmer Holt Jr.
Maria Seligmiller
Carmela Gallo
Cameron Smith
Freida Fernandez
Marilyn Schwertfager

Bertha Taylor
Lima Angel Borcan
Ceclia Canavari
Andrew Nanfro
Andrew Joseph Wike
Roger Levy
Marie Winner

• Pray for our Seminarians by name (2011 – 2012): James Magee
• Pray for our benefactors: Especially St. Eugene, St. Raphael the Archangel,
St. Francis of Assisi parishes, St. Catherine of Siena
• Need prayer? Contact a member of the Prayer Request group (see Contact Information
at the front of the bulletin).
• Join the Prayer Network: If you would like to join us in this very worthwhile ministry of
praying for others, please call Eileen Robertson at 853-3425.
• Candle Intention:
• First Sunday Rosary:
Members of Our Lady of the Rosary
gather the first Sunday to pray the rosary
together before Mass. This takes place at
9:30am in the Catechetical room next to
the Sacristy. Please join us.

SOCIAL CORNER


Yellow Bin Ministry: Please bring non-perishable food items to fill our Yellow Bin.
These food items stock our parish food pantry.

RESPECT LIFE CORNER


Retreat on Prayerful Presence at Abortion Clinics Friday, March 2, 7:009:00 p.m. - You are invited to a life-changing spiritual retreat on March 2 at St.
Michael the Archangel Parish. Msgr. Philip Reilly of the Archdiocese of New
York will lead a beautiful and holy evening where we will learn how to change
people’s hearts through prayer. Those who would like to participate more fully
through mass and attendance at an abortion facility are invited to return on
Saturday, March 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Download flyer for more
information (PDF).

■ Bishop Burbidge will kick off the 40 Days for Life Campaign on Thursday,
February 23, at 8:00 a.m. at Planned Parenthood, 1765 Dobbins Drive, Chapel
Hill, NC 27514. In addition to 40 days of prayer and fasting for an end to
abortion, please consider volunteering to peacefully pray outside of the clinic
during the 40 days. www.40daysforlife.com/chapelhill or email
40dayschapelhill@gmail.com.

Letter from Bishop Burbidge
February 10, 2012
Dear Brother and Sisters in Christ,
Each year during the month of February, the Church in our country
focuses on our ministry to our brothers and sisters in the African American and
Native American Catholic communities through the annual Black and Indian
Missions second collection. Our diocesan office of African Ancestry Ministry and
Evangelization (AAMEN), which also coordinates ministry to our Native American
Catholics, benefits directly from this annual second collection through grants
awarded by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Office of Black
and Indian Missions. Through this annual grant funding, we have been able to
expand upon our ministry with the following important opportunities for Catholic
formation:









Tuition assistance grants for over 40 children attending
Catholic K-12 schools in the Diocese of Raleigh
Youth and Young Adults Retreats
The annual AAMEN/Native American Catholic Retreat
The annual diocesan African Heritage Celebration
The Akwe:Kon Native American Pilgrimage
The national Tekakwitha Conference for Native American
Catholics
The National Black Catholic Congress
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Christian Unity Celebration

The theme for the collection this year on February 19, 2012 is “Faith:
Anchored in Jesus, Alive in Mission.” It is through the gift of our Catholic faith
that we are all anchored in Our Lord and in Him, renewed in the importance and
breath of the mission He has given to His Church. On behalf of our diocesan
office of African Ancestry Ministry and Evangelization, I express my gratitude for
your past generosity in the annual collection and for your consideration of a
renewed gift this year, which will directly assist so many Catholics in the Diocese
of Raleigh.
May Our Lord Jesus continue to bless you in all your endeavors and
may Mary, Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Patroness of the Diocese of
Raleigh, watch over you and guide you always.
Sincerely in Christ,
Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge
Bishop of Raleigh

AROUND THE DIOCESE
■ Stay up to date with news and information on the Diocese of Raleigh each week by tuning
into Catholic Perspective and Catholic Weekly, the Diocesan television and radio
programs. Another source of current information is the Diocesan website,
www.dioceseofraleigh.org, which contains daily news postings and a calendar of
upcoming events. You are also invited to follow the Diocese on Facebook and twitter
@raleighdiocese. Stay connected with the Church at your fingertips.
■ Week of February 19, 2012 This week’s editions of Catholic Perspective and Catholic
Weekly will feature Bishop Michael F. Burbidge discussing the opportunity the Lenten
season provides the faithful to enrich their relationship to Our Lord. The program will also
feature Ms. Bea Callery, Diocesan Director of Lay Formation Ministry, explaining the Rite
of Election and the Call to Continuing Conversion. Sr. Rose Adams, IHM, will offer
suggestions on how each of us can use the Lenten practices of prayer, fasting and
almsgiving to enrich our prayer life.
■ What Can YOU do about the HHS MandateThe recent ruling by the U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services mandating contraceptives and abortifacients be included in
all health care plans, even those offered by Catholic institutions is a concern for
Catholics. The North Carolina Bishops have joined forces to create Catholic Voice NC, an
organization which keeps apprised of legislative matters before the NC General Assembly
and the U.S. Congress. When the situation warrants, the Bishops inform Catholic Voice
NC participants, via e-mail alert, of an important matter. Participants are often asked to
contact their elected representatives to ensure that a Catholic viewpoint is taken into
consideration. If you have not already done so, visit www.CatholicVoiceNC.com to link to
a letter about the HHS Mandate and send an email to your legislators. This process takes
less than five minutes. While you are at the site, sign up for continued alerts from our
bishops on matters of interest to Catholic faithful.
■ Marriage – Love and Life In The Divine Plan: Two become one Marriage, this clinging
together of husband and wife as one flesh, is based on the fact that man and woman are
both different and the same. They are different as male and female, but the same as
human persons who are uniquely suited to be partners or helpmates for each other. The
difference between man and woman, however, cannot be restricted to their bodies, as if
the body could be separated from the rest of the human person. The human person is a
union of body and soul as a single being. Man and woman are two different ways of being
a human person. Look what the United States Catholic Bishops are saying about
marriage:
http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/marriage-and-family/marriage/love-and-life/
■ Attention all High School Youth Don’t miss the 42nd Annual Youth Convention on May
18-20, 2012 at Fort Caswell Coastal Retreat and Conference Center, Oak Island, NC. To
register contact your parish youth leader or visit the Diocesan youth ministry website at:
http://www.dioceseofraleigh.org/how/youth/


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