TWENTY-THIRD

TWENTY-THIRD

SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

DWUDZIESTA TRZECIA NIEDZIELA ZWYKLA

SEPT 9TH 2012

9-EGO WRZESNIA 2012

 

MASS INTENTIONS & MASS SCHEDULE

INTENCJE  MSZALNE I PLAN MSZY

 

SEPTEMBER 8 SATURDAY / SOBOTA

4 PM Helen Bretschneider Anniversary req. by Betty Blake

SEPTEMBER 9 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA

9:00          Henrietta M. Krok req. by Mary Judith Krok

10:30  Fred & Laura Jablonski req. by Lorraine Jablonski

          Daniel Ciechanowski req. by Gegala Family

SEPTEMBER  10 MONDAY / PONIEDZIALEK

9:00   No morning Mass

SEPTEMBER 11 TUESDAY / WTOREK 

9:00   No morning Mass

SEPTEMBER 12 WEDNESDAY / SRODA

9:00           Joseph Gorski  req. by Beatrice Barnabie

SEPTEMBER 13 THURSDAY/ CZWARTEK

9:00          Parishioners & Benefactors

SEPTEMBER 14 FRIDAY /  PIATEK 

9:00          Parishioners & Benefactors

SEPTEMBER 15 SATURDAY /  SOBOTA

4 PM          Michael Kryza req. By Sister

SEPTEMBER 16 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA

9:00          Parishioners & Benefactors

10:30  Regina Wojtkowiak req. By Connie Wilke

          Joseph Gorski Jr. req. by Adele Gorski

 

Sanctuary lamp  In memory of John delengowski REQUESTED  BY Anna bak

 

If you are ill and wish to be added to the  sick list please call the rectory.

 

We ask God’s blessing for the strengthening & healing of our sick & homebound. Please pray for:  Helen Kwoka, Christian Clopp, Michelle Zaremba, Harry Corn, Kazimiera Olejnik, Eleanor Tureck, Walter Lyskiewicz, Ira & Betty Whittle, Blanche Vogt, Baby John Harshaw III, Ted Balabuch and his Daughter Kristen Balabuch, Helen Gardygajlo, Kathy Dominik & Irene Talarowski.

 

Please pray  for the Deceased & their Families: Stella Waida, Genevieve Hajduk, Daniel Ciechanowski, Helen Nichols, Joseph Gorski, Ronald Banasiak, T. Soltys, Barbara H. Thomas

 

 

A WAY TO MAKE BETTER DECISIONS

Adopting a formal decision-making process can be helpful in choosing a new job, buying a house, or even deciding for whom to vote in November’s election. Try a process like this: Begin with a prayer for guidance. Then identify the specific decision to be made as well as the objectives or outcome you want to achieve. “Entrust your works to the Lord and your plans will succeed” (Proverbs 16:3). Do your homework. Gather as many facts as you can from all sides of the question. Write down every possible choice. Reject the choices that are incompatible with your Catholic values or principles. Focus on the choices that remain. Consider the consequences of each choice on your list. Weigh the possible outcomes. For example, what will happen if I do A, B, or C and can I live with the consequences? List the pros and cons for each choice. Prioritize the pros in order of importance to you. Do the same for the cons. Look at the list to see if either side is lopsided. If so, choose the side that has more and better arguments in its favor. If you get stuck, turn to someone you trust for an opinion. Share your decision process and ask for feedback and advice. Make your decision and monitor your results for the next time.