This Week's Schedule
February 3, 2018
Mass Schedule

Saturday, February 2nd
8:30 a.m. First Saturday Devotion, Confes-sions, and Mass at OLLH
4:10 p.m. Rosary at OLLH
4:30 p.m. Mass at OLLH for Bertha Kosal, given by Dorothy Wilbur
Sunday, February 3rd
8:10 a.m. Rosary at OLLH
8:30 a.m. Youth Mass at OLLH for the people of the parish
10:15 a.m. Rosary/Confessions at St. Anthony
10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony for Jerome Volmering, given by the family
Monday, February 4th
6:00 p.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation at OLLH
Tuesday, February 5th
6:30 p.m. Mass at OLLH
Wednesday, February 6th
8:30 a.m. Communion Service at St. Anthony Hall
Thursday, February 7th
8:00 a.m. Communion Service at OLLH
Friday, February 8th
7:40 a.m. Rosary for Evangelization
8:00 a.m. Communion Service at OLLH
Saturday, February 9th
3:30 p.m. Confessions at OLLH
4:10 p.m. Rosary at OLLH
4:30 p.m. Mass at OLLH for Gene Booms, given by Dan & Matilda Messing and Mildred Vogel
Sunday, February 10th
8:10 a.m. Rosary at OLLH
8:30 a.m. Mass at OLLH for Della A. Wolschleger, given by Ron & Donna Wolschleger
10:15 a.m. Rosary/Confessions at St. Anthony
10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony for the people of the parish

Ministry Schedule

February 9/10, 2019
4:30 p.m. Mass
L: Clark Ramsey
B: Jonathan Del Rosario
C: Phyllis Kociba
C: Bob Winkel
C: Jean Winkel
C: Arlene Ramsey
A: Madelyn Ramsey
A: Landon Ramsey
A: Ellie Ramsey
U: Dave Booms
U: Dan Bischer
U: Jesse Bischer
U: Brian Lasceski
G: Ron Kociba
G: Linda Kociba
8:30 a.m. Mass
L: Ann Cook
B: Ron Wolschleger
C: Regina Wruble
C: Tracy Gehring
C: Bob Booms
C: Marcelino Moreno
A: Savana Roggenbuck
A: Peyton Roggenbuck
A: Sydney Roggenbuck
U: Dan Roggenbuck
U: Loren Mazure
U: Rodney Mazure
U: Bob Swartz
G: Regina Wruble
G: Josie Osentoski
M: Paulette Wehner
M: Lynda Buchkowski
M: John Howison
M: Barb Gorney
10:30 a.m. Mass
L: Doug Roggenbuck
B: Carol Fisher
C: Pam Hessling
C: John Roggenbuck
C: Pat Roggenbuck
C: Mick Roggenbuck A: Brent Volmering A: Olivia Volmering
U: Dale Booms
U: Ray Pulcer
G: Connie Wolschleger
G: Nancy Laeder

L: Lector
H: Host
C: Chalice
A: Altar server
G: Greeter
M: Money Counter

Parish Organizations & Meetings
Early Bird Bingo Games…Every Sunday 7:00 PM
School Committee Bingo…Every Sunday 8:00 PM
World Apostolate of Fatima...Every Monday 9:30 AM
Legion of Mary……Every Wednesday
9:00 AM
Christian Service.....First Wednesday
6:30 PM
Mass/Benediction....First Saturday 8:30 AM
Liturgy Committee…Second Wednesday 6:30 PM
Youth Gathering……Third Sunday 6:30 PM
K of C Council #11432..Third Wednesday 7:00 PM
Men’s Club…………Fourth Wednesday 8:00 PM
School Committee…....Fourth Thursday 6:00 PM
Parish Council………...Fourth Thursday 7:30 PM

From the constitution on the sacred Liturgy of the Second Vatican Council
Christ is present to his Church

Christ is always present to his Church, especially in the actions of the liturgy. He is present in the sacrifice of the Mass, in the person of the minister (it is the same Christ who formerly offered himself on the cross that now offers by the ministry of priests) and most of all under the eucharistic species. He is present in the sacraments by his power, in such a way that when someone baptizes, Christ himself baptizes. He is present in his word, for it is he himself who speaks when the holy Scriptures are read in the Church. Finally, he is present when the Church prays and sings, for he himself promised: Where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there in their midst.
Indeed, in this great work which gives perfect glory to God and brings holiness to men, Christ is always joining in partnership with himself his beloved Bride, the Church, which calls upon its Lord and through him gives worship to the eternal Fa-ther.
It is therefore right to see the liturgy as an exercise of the priestly office of Jesus Christ, in which through signs addressed to the senses man’s sanctification is signi-fied and, in a way proper to each of these signs, made effective, and in which public worship is celebrated in its fullness by the mystical body of Jesus Christ, that is, by the head and by his members.
Accordingly, every liturgical celebration, as an activity of Christ the priest and of his body, which is the Church, is a sacred action of a pre-eminent kind. No other ac-tion of the Church equals its title to power or its degree of effectiveness.
In the liturgy on earth we are given a foretaste and share in the liturgy of heaven, celebrated in the holy city of Jerusalem, the goal of our pilgrimage, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God, as minister of the sanctuary and of the true tabernac-le. With the whole company of heaven we sing a hymn of praise to the Lord; as we reverence the memory of the saints, we hope to have some part with them, and to share in their fellowship; we wait for the Savior, our Lord Jesus Christ, until he, who is our life, appears, and we appear with him in glory.
By an apostolic tradition taking its origin from the very day of Christ’s resurrec-tion, the Church celebrates the paschal mystery every eighth day, the day that is right-ly called the Lord’s day. On Sunday the Christian faithful ought to gather together, so that by listening to the word of God and sharing in the Eucharist they may recall the passion, death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus and give thanks to God who has given them a new birth with a lively hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. The Lord’s day is therefore the first and greatest festival, one to be set before the loving devotion of the faithful and impressed upon it, so that it may be also a day of joy and of freedom from work. Other celebrations must not take precedence over it, unless they are truly of the greatest importance, since it is the foundation and the kernel of the whole liturgical year. (Sacrasanctum Concilium, nn.7-8)
• I will be taking some days for my vacation. I will be gone from February 6 to 15. Fr. Bob Bonnot of Youngstown, OH will be with us at all masses of February 9 and 10 on behalf of UNBOUND. He will give you an opportunity to participate in its work of unbinding deserving children and elderly persons tied down by pov-erty in 18 different countries around the world. We hope many of you will take advantage of this missionary discipleship opportunity. You will be invited to un-dertake a sponsorship.
• Winterfest: I thank members of the Building grounds committee for organizing the Winterfest. I especially thank Bob and Sherry Swartz for staying at the en-trance of both churches selling tickets. I equally thank all other parishioners for donating gift items, and who volunteered their time and expertise to bring about a successful Winterfest. I thank all parishioners and friends of the parish for not only buying tickets, but for being present and participating at the event. God bless you all.


Holy Name of Mary Announcements:

SOUP-ER BOWL SUNDAY COLLECTION: The East Side Soup Kitchen needs your help, they provide meals and hope in the heart of Saginaw. In 2018, they served 80,848 meals, had over 10,300 hours of volunteer time, and over 30 community collaborations. Your contribution and support will help turn February 2/3 from Super to Soup-er! Join us in providing meals to those facing food insecurity. Collection will be taken up at all Masses this weekend.
K OF C SUPERBOWL BREAKFAST will be held on Sun-day, February 3rd at St. Anthony Hall. Serving fresh home-made sausage, pancakes, scalloped potatoes, scrambled eggs, cinnamon rolls, coffee, milk, & juice. All you can eat! Serving from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Take outs available, call Helena Hall at (989)479-6781. Adults $9.00, ages 5-12 $4.00, pre-school is free. There will be a bake sale after the 4:30 pm Sat-urday Mass in the OLLH church basement & during the breakfast at St. Anthony’s. We will have a raffle on Sunday at 2:00 pm. See Bob Swartz for tickets, (989)-479-6655.
JOINT MEETING with Parish Council, Finance Committee, and the head of all parish committees is scheduled for Tues-day, February 5th, beginning at 6:30 pm with Mass at OLLH Church. Meeting will be in the church basement.
THE LOVING TIES QUILTERS will meet on Thursday, February 7th at 9:00 am in the St. Anthony Hall. Everyone is welcome!
MEN’S RETREAT: The 2019 Holy Name of Mary Parish Men’s Retreat is scheduled for March 8th-10th. This years theme is “Holiness is___”. Several vacancies are left to fill our quota. For information and to register, call Dan Lemanski at 989-479-9560.
MINI PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT BINGO will start out at $445 plus that nights sales. Bingo within 52 numbers and win the jackpot! Early bird games start Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Bingo starts at 8:00 p.m. Sponsored by the OLLH Bingo Committee for OLLH School Athletic programs.
2018 CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS are available by request only by calling the parish office at 989-479-3393 or by emailing Jess:
BULLETIN DEADLINE: Noon on Tuesday to get your an-nouncement in for that weekends bulletin. Bulletin items also may be emailed to
ST. ANTHONY COOKBOOKS (2010 Reprint) are availa-ble for $10.00 each. This is a wonderful cookbook filled with over 700 tried and truly tasty recipes. All proceeds go to Holy Name of Mary Parish Altar Society. Limited quantities, get them while they last, available at Harbor Drug, Buds and Blossoms, Sandmann’s, the parish office, or contact Nancy Laeder, 989-479-6013.

Prayer List

Fr. Todd Arnberg Arthur Marsiglio Mary Lee Koehn Derek Pfaff The Haire Family Mary Stover Doug Davis Bob Wilson Stephanie Cash Jodi Voss Roy Sulkowski Cheryl LaPine Ed Cibulski Jon Wehner Alan Cole Arley Mausolf Gerald Weber Donna Poppeck Theresa Poppeck Mike Downey Jennifer Crayton Kathy Lido Amelia Kozlowski

Prayer List 479-3393