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JULY 21, 2013 .

SIXTEETH SUDAY I ORDIARY TIME


In any household with more than one child, parents have to deal
with sibling rivalry. The more benign forms find expression in simple compe-
tition, in which one child strives to do better than another in contests or
sports. At other times, the rivalry shows itself in a negative light, offering up
comments on who's not doing what, whether that is schoolwork or house-
hold chores. The supposedly aggrieved child has a heightened sense of jus-
tice, often proclaiming that the other child seems to get away with doing
less.
It almost seems as though this is what is playing out in the Gospel
story today between Martha and Mary. Martha wants Jesus to be the arbiter
of the dispute, much as if she would be running to Mom or Dad. Mary
seems to have found the sweet spot, sitting at the Teacher's feet. Plenty of
German-inspired stained glass windows show exactly that, portraying Mary
with an almost beatific quality to her face, while Martha stands in the back-
ground with a rather sour grimace. Jesus sits between them as though he is
the referee between the two feuding sisters.
Since the time of Augustine the story of Martha and Mary has often
been interpreted as a commentary on the difference between the active and
contemplative life-with the contemplative winning out. It's hard to imagine that a Gospel such as Luke's, so
filled with stories of compassion and assistance, would profess that view. It is Luke's Gospel that includes the
story of the good Samaritan, the classic example of active love of neighbor. Maybe a better way for us to un-
derstand the story of Martha and Mary is this: Mary's example is a reminder that we must clearly hear what
Jesus is teaching. We cannot just run about acting as we always have. Rather, we need to take his teaching
to heart, and in that way ensure that our actions are based on his commands.

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Rectory: 440-934-4212 Fax: 440-934-0507
E-mail: stmaryavon@centurytel.net Website: www.stmaryavon.org
School: 440-934-6246 Convent: 440-934-5173
FR. C. THOMAS CLEATO, PASTOR
Rev. Arthur B. Egan, Pastor Emeritus


MASSES: COFESSIOS:
Saturday Evening4:00 pm Saturday2:30-3:30 pm
Sunday...8:00 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 oon Monday..7:00-7:25 pm
Monday & Thursday...7:30 pm
Tues., Wed, Fri.8:30 am MIRACULOUS MEDAL OVEA:
Saturday Morning .. 8:30 am Monday...7:30 pm
Holy Days: Vigil...7:30 pm
Holy Days..8:30 am, 7:30 pm EUCHARISTIC ADORATIO:
Holidays....9:00 am Thursday...1:00-7:00 pm

Please Pray For the Sick: Patricia Carnac, John
Matthew Gibson, Joan Rodger, Thomas Richards, Mary Anne Berthold,
Kristy OBrien, Debra Deremiak, Gwendolyn Gurney, Joan Votes, Eliza-
beth Conners, Chuck Docs, Anita Grant, Jim Hricovec,
J. Koerner, Owen Winters, Genevieve Smith, Robert Gates, Virginia
Sump, Thomas Ackerman, June Naelitz, Kate Liauw, Arthur Rossi,
Diane Urig, Martha Adkins, Natalie Butchko, Wendy Hallier, Carol
Gates, Robert Werner, Sr., Bob DeChant, John Khoma, Vicky Motes,
Kathleen Mahoney, Jeffrey Hostottle, Brenda Hazelwood, Bill Grabert,
Alexa Jennings, Barbara Milota, Ryan Case, Irene Chrulski, George
Drda, Stanley Perusek, Gloria Simon, Kerry Coleman, Josephine
Jankowski, Dan Kelovsky, Kathleen Drellishak, Sandra Pitts, Rosemary
Wysocki, Marie Mayton, Henry McCowan, Kennedy Noar, Betty Drda,
Joe Zivosecz, Patrick Fahey, Gloria Simon, Urban Klingshirn, Gene
Coghlan, William Mayton, Kelly Hunt, Ron Lewis, Greg Poyle, Carol
Ledo, Bob Walther, Roman Wearsch. If anyone needs communion
to be administered to a HOME BOUD individual, please con-
tact the Rectory to make the appointment.

For the Deceased: Joseph Merk, may he rest in eternal
peace,

Sponsor of the Week: Please support our Sponsors, Dr.
William M Schwartz, family dentistry.

Offertory Collections: Last weeks collection was
$9,765.00. This year's budget is based on a weekly offering
of $10,200.00.











Rosary: We need more people to come and say the Ro-
sary on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am. Please come and
join us.

CPO Gift Certificates St. Mary School Fund-
raiser:
Please do your best to help support St. Mary School by pur-
chasing CPO Gift Certificates, the proceeds will go directly
back to the school! We all need to purchase food for gro-
ceries; weekly-monthly, so why not help out our school at
the same time by purchasing Giant Eagle or Heinens gift
cards first! You may place your order by calling the convent
at 934-5173 or you may find CPO order forms at the back of
the church, please complete and return it to the school of-
fice, convent or rectory along with your check made out to
St. Mary CPO by Tuesdays and on Friday your order will be
ready to pick-up at the school office or convent. In addition,
after purchasing $2,000 worth of CPO cards per family, the
family will qualify for a $40 discount off.


St. Mary Parish Oktoberfest Raffle:
St. Mary is raffling off a 2013 Chevy Sonic,
generously donated by parishioner, Jim Fir-
ment of Firment Chevrolet. Early return
ticket sales are due this weekend for the
incentive prizes.
Top Seller A Pig Roast Party or $500 in cater-
ing from J. Thomas Catering
2
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Place seller an iPad Mini
3
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Place seller - $100 Gift Card
If you still have tickets from church, school or PSR dis-
tributions, please return stubs and sales to the Okto-
berfest car raffle ticket table next Sunday. There will
be extra tickets available at the Oktoberfest for those
who would like to purchase. Tickets are $10. each or 3
for $25. Hope you can join us July 18 at 8:00 pm to see
if you are the winner of a new car!!!

Take a Spiritual Journey This Summer Dioce-
san Pilgrimage 2013:
All Weekends beginning May 18/19 through Sept. 7/8
Join the parish community for Mass
See Gods beauty in the sacred statues and artwork
Experience the culture and history of the diocese
During this time of pilgrimage, celebrate the Sacrament of Rec-
onciliation at any local church in the diocese
Reflect on your own spiritual journey
Visit one of the parishes listed to receive your Pilgrim passport.
Then, travel to the remaining parishes to have your passport
stamped, including: St. Mary, Elyria St. Mary, Painesville St.
Mary, Wooster St. Sebastian, Akron Complete your journey at
the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Downtown Cleveland .
The first 1,200 to complete their pilgrimage with a fully stamped
passport, receive a commemorative Year of Faith medal blessed
by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. Most of us are familiar with the
idea of making a pilgrimage. People have been taking such jour-
neys for thousands of years. For Christians, some sites became
pilgrimage destinations because they were important in the life of
Jesus, like Jerusalem or Bethlehem. Others, like Lourdes or Gua-
dalupe, are connected with the Virgin Mary. During the Year of
Faith, several churches have been designated by Bishop Richard
Lennon as pilgrimage sites in the Diocese of Cleveland. Why
make the journey to these places? One important reason is be-
cause we hold these places to be sacred. Because of their history,
we expect to encounter God there. They are places where it
seems as if there is less distance between us and God, as if there
is a more direct connection with God. When we walk through the
door, we transition into a new place where we sense that there is
better communication between heaven and earth. For religious
people, sacred space focuses us, giving us a fixed point towards
which we can re-orient ourselves. When we do this, we have the
opportunity for transcendence, to rise up to meet God who comes
down to meet us. For more information visit us online at
www.welcomecatholics.com.

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***Meetings & Events***

There will be no Liturgical
Meeting during the month of
July.

SERVERS FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 22:
Monday,
7:30 pm Sarah Guggenbiller, Jackie Ziegman
Tuesday
8:30 am Colin & Noah Mangan, Alex Mrosko
Wednesday,
8:30 am Jack & Kelsie McNally, Cameron Carandang
Thursday,
7:30 Kaitlyn Porter, Allison Bayer, Jacob Walther
Friday,
8:30 am Morgan Thomas, Paige Kay, Kennedy Noar
Saturday,
8:30 am Lauren & Meadow Smith, Madeline Cagnina
4:00 pm Lucy, Greg & Mary Greaney
Sunday,
8:00 am Sarah & Nicholas Perusek, Jimmy Roach
10:00 am Carly Holowecky, Mallory Hricovec, Emily Brassell
12:00 pm Nina Kurtzweil, Alyssa Weigman, Caroline Waters


EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS FOR THE WEEKEND OF JULY 27/28:
Avon Oaks: (Tues, 7/23 Rosary) Nancy Danese ,Linda Havlik, Marge Jones
(Wed..7/24 Communion) Joe & Marian Ertler
(Fri. 7/26 Communion) Mario & Carol Romano
Saturday,
4:00 pm Toni Burch, David & Joanne Mrosko, Julie Novasel
Sunday,
8:00 am Theresa Szippl
10:00 am Nell Buckley, Ken Ganobsik, Mark Mollison, Lisa Marshall, Dorrie Bommer,
12:00 pm Kathy Petersen, Carol & Mario Romano

LECTORS FOR THE WEEKEND OF JULY 27/28:
Saturday,
4:00 pm Flip Niebrzydowski
Sunday,
8:00 am Tess Wearsch
10:00 am Meghan Hriicovec
12:00 pm Pat McGreal
MASSES FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 22:

Monday, July 22, St. Mary Magdalene
7:30 pm Zachariah Ebaugh (Barbara Freeman)
Tuesday, July 23, Weekday
8:30 am Fr. Albert Mackert (Jackie & Dave Ramsey)
Wednesday, July 24, Weekday
8:30 am Ray & Betty Linden (Ray & Doris Linden)
Thursday, July 25, St. James, apostle
7:30 pm Tom Sutter (Bill & Marie Mayton)
Friday, July 26, Sts. Joachim and Anne
8:30 am Timothy Stockard (Clements Family)
Saturday, July 27, Weekday
8:30 am Hildred Carman (Robert Fitch & Agnes Oakes)
4:00 pm Special Intentions for Mrs. Theresa Obran (Friends)
Sunday, July 28, Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am Elizabeth Kissel
10:00 am Anthony Ravotti (John & Janet Ravotti)
12:00 pm People of the Parish


Eucharistic Ministers and Lectors needed! Please call ancy Danese 934-4277 or the rectory to volunteer.
Thank you!






JULY 21, 2013 SIXTEETH SUDAY I ORDIARY TIME
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
(New section! - Check us out every week for new ways to get
involved in YOUR Parish.)
Oktoberfest is July 28
th
!! contact Hermann Wearsch
or look for signup sheets in the back of church over the
next several weeks. We need your help!.
Big Shot Basketball Academy: Enters its 20th sum-
mer providing basketball fundamentals, competition, and
enjoyment for boys and girls in the greater Cleveland area
and is conducting this program at St. Mary Avon. This
camp will give the young player a chance to build a
sound, fundamental base for the game of basket-
ball. Registration Fee is $110 (includes T-shirt and Bas-
ketball). Download the registration flyer
at www.stmaryavon.org.
PSR and Sunday Preschool Registration for 2013
-2014: Registration materials have been sent via US
MAIL to all families of students who attended the PSR
Program in 2013-2014, If you do not receive your mail-
ing, please contact Sister Thomas at 934-5173 as soon
as possible. Registration for students NEW to our pro-
gram is scheduled for Sunday, August 11 after the three
Sunday Masses and for Tuesday, August 13 at 6:00-8:00
pm. Both Registrations will take place in the School Cafe-
teria Hall. Sunday Preschool Registration will take place
at the same times listed above. Children must be 4 to 5
years of age as of 8-1-2013.
PSR Teachers Needed: 2 for Grade 3, 1 for Grade 6
and a Team Teacher for Grade 8 and a Monday Night
Secretary. If you can be of assistance, please contact
Sister Thomas at 440-934-5173. Thank you in advance
for your consideration of this important Ministry!
Vacation Bible School: St. Mary Parish is partnering
with Holy Spirit Parish, Avon Lake in sponsoring a Vaca-
tion Bible School program entitled Kingdom of the Son.
Children entering Kindergarten through those entering
Grade 5 are invited to participate. The VBS will take
place at Holy Spirit Parish, August 5-9 from 9:15 am to
12:15 pm. All pertinent information is available at the
main entrance of St. Mary Church. HELP is needed in a
variety of areas if our program is to be successful. If you
can be of assistance, please call Sister Thomas at 440-
934-5173.
St. Mary Day School and PSR Boys and Girls:
entering 1-3 and grades 4-8 are invited to attend our
summer basketball open gym program. There is no cost
associated with open gym-it is simply designated time
where the gym will be available for kids to get together
and play. Participation will be voluntary whenever the
athletes are available. Format for game play will be de-
termined based on number of athletes and grade levels
present. Each session will include approximately 15 min-
utes of drills and skill development followed by game play.
June Sessions - Grades 4-8 begin on Monday 7-8 pm.
Monday 6/24 (grades 1-3 from 6-7 pm; grades 4-8 from 7-
8 pm). Dates for the remainder of the summer to follow.
Please watch your email and the bulletin. If you have any
questions or would like to help out with the sessions,
please contact Mike Niederst (Gr. 1-3)) mi-
chael.niederst@yahoo.com or Pat Roach (Gr. 4-8) aka-
lindanlouie@roadrunner.com.
St. Mary School Registration for 2013-2014
St. Mary School is accepting applications in grades K 8
for the 2013-2014 school year. Please stop in our school
office during extended summer hours on Tuesday & Thurs-
days from 9:00 am1:00 pm to retrieve an application or
visit our website at www.stmaryavon.org . For individual
tours and information, contact the principal at (440) 934-
6246

School News:

ATTENTION 5th thru 8th GRADERS!! The Oktoberfest
Team needs your help. They are looking for volunteers to
help support the kids games during the
Oktoberfest on Sunday, July 28th. This
is good opportunity to support your Par-
ish and School and have some fun at
the same time. There is a signup sheet
that will be located in the back of
Church so that you can sign up after
Mass or feel free to email Erich Papesch
at papesch@yahoo.com to select a time. Shifts are 2
hours and run from 3:00 - 5:00 and 5:00- 7:00 pm. Par-
ents, encourage your kids to grab a friend and signup to-
gether!
Congratulations to the Honor Roll Students of St. Edward
High School for this grading period: Kevin C. Khoma,
Collin C. Walker, Connor T. King, Robert M. Kaleel, Mat-
thew C. Carandang, Jr. and Jose Miguel T. Poblete. Your
awesome!!
New Fall Sport Offering at Saint Mary Avon Intra-
mural and CYO Boys/Girls Cross Country!
We are excited to now offer a cross country program
at St. Mary Avon for boys and girls in grades 1-8! The
program will consist of an Intramural Division
Grades 1-2 and CYO Grades 3-8.

Youth Basketball open gym of St. Mary will continue
through the month of July for St. Mary School and PSR
boys and girls in grades 1-3 and 4-6. Sessions will be held
on the following dates:
Monday, 7/22
Monday, 7/29
Grades 1-3 will be from 6-7 pm and grades 4-8 from 7-8
pm. Some instruction will be provided but the emphasis will
be to just let the kids play and have fun. If you have any
questions, please contact Pat Roach akaindani-
ouie@roadrunner.com or Mike Niederest Mi-
chael.niederest@yahoo.com.






Holy Name High School Summer Sports Camps:
Holy Name High School will host a variety of grade school
sports camps this summer including football, volleyball,
boys and girls soccer, boys basketball, girls basketball
and cheerleading. Please call (440) 886-0300 x101 if
interested or obtain a camp application at
www.holynamehs.com.

Holy Name High School Place Test Prep
Classes: Holy Name High School will offer prep classes
for the High School Placement Test (the HSPT) through-
out the summer. Cost is $50 and seating is limited for
each class. The HSPT is used by many area Catholic
high schools in determining both acceptance and place-
ment into course. Please call (440) 886-0300 x101 if in-
terested or obtain a registration form at
www.holynamehs.com.


EWTN EVENTS TO LOOK FOR IN JULY:
July 23-July 28 - World Youth Day in Rio - The 14th
World Youth Day from Rio de Janeiro.
July 25 - El Camino - The Way of St. James - Young
American men between the ages of 17-22 make a pilgrim-
age on the historic route in Spain, 6:30 pm
For More Programming and Information www.ewtn.com

The Avon/Avon Lake Knights of Columbus is
sponsoring The Kelly Miller Circus at Avon Village School
36600 Detroit Rd. in Avon on Saturday Aug. 3rd with
shows at 2:00 and 5:30 PM. The presale ticket cost is
$10.00/adult and $6.00/child under 12. Tickets purchased
on the day of the Circus will cost $15.00/adult and $7.00/
child under 12. The Circus features a galaxy of stars from
many nations in aerial acts and acrobatics as well as dis-
plays of exotic animals. On the morning of the Circus
come see the elephants raise the Circus tent. Proceeds
from tickets sold before Aug 3rd will be used by the
Knights for charitable purposes so please get your tickets
in advance.
Grief Support Group-- "Hopeful Hearts", for seniors 60
and over, will meet on Tuesday, July 23th, 1-2:30pm at
Holy Spirit Church Family Center, 410 Lear Rd. Avon
Lake. Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each
month, are open to the community at no charge, no reser-
vations required. Sponsored by Hospice of the Western
Reserve and Holy Spirit Bereavement Ministry. For fur-
ther information contact JoDee Coulter,Bereavement Co-
ordinator, 440-892-6680 or Mary Lou Kraven,440-933-
4423.
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38th Annual Oktoberfest, 2013
St. Mary is pleased to host our main social
event and fundraiser on Sunday, July 28,
from 2:00 -10:00 pm. Well have great
food and beverages, along with games and
live music from Ice Cherry and the
Chardon Polka Band! Seniors receive a
bonus ticket for every $5.00 spent on food/beverage
tickets.
Raffle Tickets: Your Oktoberfest raffle tickets can be picked
up any time church is open through July 21. They can be re-
turned in the collection basket or the Rectory. You could win a
2013 Chevy Sonic!
Volunteers eeded: Thanks to everyone who has already
volunteered. Please share your time and talent by signing up
today. You can sign up on the sheets found on the table near
the main entrance of the church We especially need volunteers
for adult games and cleanup.
Desserts: Once again we are asking for help with desserts.
We need whole cakes, cookies and fruit pies only (no cream
pies or cupcakes) please. All of the donated baked goods that
add to the enjoyment of this event are sincerely appreciated.
Please drop of your baked goods at the School Hall on Oktober-
fest Sunday before 2:00 pm.
Yard and Window Signs: Yard Signs can be picked up by
the School Hall main entrance while they last.
Pie Contest: Bring you best recipe! A favorite event returning
this year is our Oktoberfest Pie Baking Contest. The judges
favorite wins bragging rights and a fun prize.
Pie Baking Contest:
1) Only amateur bakers are allowed to enter
2) Pie must be homemade.
3) Pie must me made from scratch; no pre-made crusts or fil-
ings should be used
4) Only the first 20 pies, brought to the School Hall and regis-
tered by 3:00 pm, will be accepted
Parking: Please do not park at the Baptist Church across the
street. They have services going on later in the day.
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(440) 937-6175
Avon Lake
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(440) 933-3202
CATHOLIC CEMETERIES
ASSOCIATION
Faith, Hope, & Remembrance
www.clevelandcatholiccemeteries.org