This Week's Schedule
October 22, 2017
Mass Schedule

Saturday, October 21st
9:30 a.m. Baptism Class
4:15 p.m. Rosary at OLLH
4:30 p.m. Mass at OLLH for Sara Wood and Marvin Kociba, given by the family
Sunday, October 22nd
8:15 a.m. Rosary at OLLH
8:30 a.m. Mass at OLLH for Bernetta Hessling, given by Ken & Gladys Mosey; Messing baptism
10:15 a.m. Rosary at St. Anthony
10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony for the people of the parish
12:oo p.m. Helena Sausage & Ham Dinner
Monday, October 23rd
6:30 p.m. Rosary at St. Anthony, followed by confessions
Tuesday, October 24th
6:15 a.m. Rosary at OLLH
6:30 p.m. Mass at OLLH
Wednesday, October 25th
8:15 a.m. Rosary at St. Anthony
8:30 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony Hall Chapel for Stella Kramer, given by Rita Booms
Thursday, October 26th
8:00 a.m. Mass at OLLH for Julie Rivera, given by Rene & Candice Tenerife, OLLH Students attending, followed by Eucharistic Adoration until 11:00 p.m.
8:45 a.m. Rosary at OLLH with OLLH Students
6:00-7:00 p.m. Rosary and Holy Hour at OLLH
Friday, October 27th
7:40 a.m. Rosary for Evangelization
8:00 a.m. Mass at OLLH for Marvin Kociba, given by Alvin & Gail Koehn
Saturday, October 28th
4:15 p.m. Rosary at OLLH
4:30 p.m. Mass at OLLH for Kenneth Hempel and Anne Sopczynski, given by Bob & Carol Sopczynski
Sunday, October 29th
8:15 a.m. Rosary at OLLH
8:30 a.m. Mass at OLLH for Kaylin Roggenbuck, given by Bobbie & Jean Lucier
10:15 a.m. Rosary at St. Anthony
10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony for the people of the parish

Ministry Schedule

October 28/29, 2017
4:30 p.m. Mass
L: Peggy Weber
B: Bob Winkel
C: Jean Winkel
C: Gerry Schroeder
C: Phyllis Kociba
C: Dan Messing
A: Emily Geiger
A: Allen Geiger
A: Elizabeth Geiger
U: Dan Bischer
U: Jesse Bischer
U: Dave Booms
U: Earl Braun
G: Bob Sopczynski
G: Carol Sopczynski
8:30 a.m. Mass
L: Gary Roberts
B: Lori Murawske
C: Earl Cook
C: Kathy Kirsch
C: Marcelino Moreno
C: Bob Booms
A: Dylan Zurek
A: Morgan Zurek
A: Brynley Zurek
U: Jim Geiger
U: Loren Mazure
U: Rodney Mazure
U: Bob Swartz
M: Ron Wolschleger
M: Donna Wolschleger M: Sharon Mausolf M: Ron Volmering
G: Josie Osentoski
G: Deb Wruble
10:30 a.m. Mass
L: Doug Roggenbuck
L: Ellynne Volmering
B: Paul Holdwick
C: Mick Roggenbuck
C: Pat Roggenbuck
C: Carol Fisher
C: Audrey Siemen A: Jenna Guza A: Karlee Guza
U: Jim Kramer
U: Dan Booms
G: Harry Roggenbuck
G: Delores Roggenbuck

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

Fr. George’s Weekly Message: Scriptures and I: “One does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes forth from the mouth of God” (Mt 4:4)

SSacred Scripture or the Bible, otherwise known as the Word of God is the source of who we are as Christians. In scriptures we are defined, and our character as Christians and children of God is formed. The word of God is not something writ-ten down on paper like any other words or letters, but God’s Word infused with power; nay the word of God took flesh in Jesus Christ and dwelt among us (John 1). For Jesus says his words are spirit and life (John 6:63). The word of God embowers, it forms, it emboldens, it encourages, it heals, it protects, and it enliv-ens. The word of God is “living and effective, sharper than any two-edged sword, penetrating even between soul and spirit, joins and marrow, and able to discern reflections and thoughts of heart” (Hebrew 4:12). So, at once the word of God is a guide to right living and it protects; it causes us to have deeper reflections of our lives since nothing is hidden from IT. And in our battle against evil and temptation, the word of God is a veritable tool. For St. Paul advices us that “In all circumstances, hold faith as a shield, to quench all [the] flaming arrows of the evil one. And take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the spirit, which is the word of God” (Eph 6:16-17). Indeed, in the temptation of Jesus in Matthew 4, scripture was the basis of the interlocution between Jesus and Satan - for scrip-tures says, “The Lord, your God, shall you worship and him alone shall you serve.”
The word of God speaks to our various situations in life. The official prayer of the church (the liturgy of the hours), which ordained deacons and priests are obligat-ed to pray daily, is fundamentally praying the scriptures, and using same to sanc-tify the hours of the day. And in the words of the CCC, the church “forcefully and specially exhorts all the Christian faithful … to learn ‘the surpas-sing knowledge of Jesus Christ’ (Phil 3:8) by frequent reading of di-vine scriptures … Let them remember, however, that prayer should accompany the reading of sacred scriptures, so that a dialogue takes place between God and man. For ‘we speak to him when we pray; we listen to him when we read the divine oracles’” (CCC 2653). Further, “Through Sacred Scripture, when it is listen to and meditated upon in silence, divine graces are poured out on man” (Robert Cardinal Sarah, The Power of Silence, 2016, No. 4 @ p3).
As far as our lives are concerned, the word of God is what we need to have a hap-py, faithful, and successful life. Yes, other books about life may be good read, but always remember that going to the source of life, the word of God is always, and will remain the best. It behooves on us therefore to be friends of scriptures; be familiar with the word of God; read it, pray it, and allow it to guide you in whatev-er circumstance you may find yourself, and in whatever decision you may have to make. Make this intentional in your everyday life.
First Annual Parish Picnic
It turned out to be a day of keeping faith with the parish family, and the weather was a blessing, and those who attended testified to how pleasant it was to be to-gether as a parish family! I thank members of the evangelization Committee who organized and make the picnic a reality. I thank every single person and groups that made donations of money, food, time and effort towards the success of the picnic. And I specially thank all parishioners who were physically present, it was wonderful to have you all around in such a relaxed atmosphere. For those who were not able to be present for whatever reason, we hope that you would make it next year. Everyone present said, “This is how memories are created!” God bless you all.


Holy Name of Mary Announcements:

2017 HELENA HAM & SAUSAGE DINNER will be held on Sunday, October 22nd at St. Anthony Hall from noon-5 pm. Serving ham, sausage, mashed potatoes, homemade gravy, carrots, sauerkraut, coleslaw, cranberry relish, cottage cheese, bread, and homemade pies. $12/adults, $6/children, under 5 free. Adult take outs available, call 989-479-6781.
THANK YOU Browns Market Place for donating the sugar, pop, cookies and extra oranges for the cranberry relish for the Helena Dinner.
ALPHA PROGRAM will be held Wednesday, October 25th at 6:30 pm in the OLLH Church basement.
COFFEE, JUICE & DONUTS will be shared Sunday, Oc-tober 29th in the OLLH Church basement after the 8:30 am Mass. Everyone welcome! Thank you to the Knights of Co-lumbus for hosting this gathering.
4TH ANNUAL BENEFIT SHOWER will be held Sun-day, October 29th at 12:00pm at St. Anthony Hall. This year's gifts and monetary donations will help the work of In Better Hands in aiding those who are victims of Human Trafficking. Please call the office to RSVP, 479-3393.
CORPORATE COMMUNION hosted by K of C Council 11432 will be held on Sunday, November 5th, 8:30 Mass at Our Lady of Lake Huron Church. Homemade breakfast im-mediately following Mass in the church basement (scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes, cinnamon rolls, bread, coffee, juice, & milk) prepared by Regina Wruble, Sherry Swartz, Sue Siemen, and Linda Emming. Open to brother knights & family. $8.00 single 2/$15.00. RSVP by Novem-ber 1st to: John Howison (989)415-3250 or email
BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES: Be-ginning in the month of November, we would be celebrating our brothers and sisters who have their birthday and wed-ding anniversaries on a specific month. A sign-up sheet is provided at the entrance of both churches to print your name if your birthday or wedding anniversary falls on the following month. At Mass, you will be invited for special prayers.
FORMED: Please check out the free sub-scription that our parish has for one year. Hundreds of Cath-olic video programs, movies, audios, and e-books for all ag-es. Enter the parish code FPAENT (in all caps) upon clicking on the “Register” link and follow the prompts from there. For assistance, or with questions on the registration process and/or account setup, contact Tracy at 989-479-3393.
MINI PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT BINGO will start out at $553 plus that nights sales. Bingo within 54 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.
SEEKING HELPERS during school lunch times, Monday-Friday from 11:30-1:00, to help with serving lunches and light clean up. Also looking for volunteers and bakers for funeral luncheons. Call Heather to make sure you are on the list or if you would like to be added, 810-210-6948.
ADORERS NEEDED! Please call the parish office if you can fill the 6-7pm slot (or any time) for Thursday adoration.

Prayer List

Mike Downey Dave Mouseau Jennifer Crayton Jim Howison Ken Deaton Clarann Holdwick Allen Messing Sharlyn Weber Chadd McCulley Stephanie Cash Derek Pfaff Wendy Lyons Janice Deaton

Prayer List 479-3393