Our Lady of Guadalupe parish has many opportunities for you to share your time and talent in prayer and service.
Next Sunday, October 21st, the bulletin will have an OLOG Ministry Overview insert with a brief description of each of the many parish ministries you can participate in, along with ministry director's contact information.
Consider ways that you can be more fully involved in the life of our parish or consider new opportunities. Please read through the OLOG Ministry Overview and prayerfully discern what special skills and talents God might be calling you to share in our parish or community.
Through the gifts of time and talent that our parishioners so generously share we are able to truly be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ in our parish and community.

2019-2020 Time and Talent sign-up forms will be
available on Sunday October 28th

Many thanks to all those faithful and generous stewards in our parish!

Next Sunday October 21st

Food, Fun & Games
All parishioners are invited to attend.
Meats, drinks and dessert are furnished;
bring your favorite side dish if you would like!

 

October is the month of the Holy Rosary.  Until about the 15th century hundreds of mysteries were part of the Rosary devotion, then the 15 mysteries that we know today were definitively fixed as "the Mysteries of the Rosary."  Pope Saint John Paul II, in his encyclical, Rosarium Virginis Mariae, in 2002 added the five Luminous Mysteries.
Through the meditations of the complete Rosary one recalls and has impressed on his mind, the Popes tell us, "the chief mysteries of the Christian religion," "the mysteries of our Redemption," "the great mysteries of Jesus and His Mother united in joys, sorrows, and triumphs." The twenty mysteries are divided into four equal groups, known as "The Joyful," "The Sorrowful," "The Glorious," and "The Luminous Mysteries."

Pope Francis invites the faithful to pray the Rosary in October

The Holy Father invites all the faithful, of all the world, to pray the Holy Rosary every day, during the entire Marian month of October, and thus to join in communion and in penitence, as the people of God, in asking the Holy Mother of God and Saint Michael the Archangel to protect the Church from the devil, who always seeks to separate us from God and from each other.

The Holy Father's Intentions for the Month of October 2018

Evangelization – The Mission of Religious:
That consecrated religious men and women may bestir themselves, and be present among the poor, the marginalized, and those who have no voice.

The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of October are:

October 1 - Thérèse of the Child Jesus, Memorial
October 2 - Guardian Angels, Memorial
October 4 - Francis of Assisi, Memorial
October 5 - Bl. Francis Xavier Seelos; Faustina Kowalska, virgin, Optional Memorial
October 6 - Bruno; Bl. Marie Rose Durocher (USA), Optional Memorial
October 7 - Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
October 11 - St. John XXIII, Optional Memorial
October 14 - Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
October 15 - Teresa of Jesus, Memorial
October 16 - Hedwig; Margaret Mary Alacoque, Optional Memorial
October 17 - Ignatius of Antioch, Memorial
October 18 - Luke, Feast
October 19 - Isaac Jogues, John de Brébeuf and companions (USA), Memorial
October 20 - Paul of the Cross, Optional Memorial
October 21 - Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
October 22 - John Paul II, Optional Memorial
October 23 - John of Capistrano, Optional Memorial
October 24 - Anthony Claret, Optional Memorial
October 28 - Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday

The Mass: An Introduction is presented by the Archdiocese of Mobile in association with 4PM Media. The series features Archbishop Rodi with Fr. Victor Ingalls, Dr. Norman McCrummen, and Dr. Allison Meyer. The series asks four questions:
1. Why worship on Sundays?
2. Why a meal?
3. Why do we worship the way we do?
4. Why does the extraordinary come to us in ordinary ways?

 

Part One

 

Part Two

 

Part Three

 

Part Four

Attend Sunday Mass with us; there is no better way to begin your week.

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