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ST. JANE FRANCES DE CHANTAL CHURCH

BETHESDA, MARYLAND

THE ORDER OF WORSHIP FOR THE

TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY

IN

ORDINARY TIME / YEAR C

Entrance Antiphon To you I call; for you will surely heed me, O God; turn your ear to me; hear my words. Guard me as the apple of your eye; in the shadow of your wings protect me. (Ps 17:6, 8) Entrance Hymn......................................... All People That On Earth Do Dwell ....................................................... #837 ........................................................................ (Sun. 5 pm) Gather Us In .............................................................. #836 Gloria .................................................................... from Modal Mass

Music: Modal Mass—Calvert Shenk, Adam Taylor, arr. Text: Roman Missal (2010) “Glory to God in the Highest” Copyright: CanticaNOVA Publications. Reprinted under OneLicense.net A-701331.

................................................................. (Sun. 5 pm) from Storrington Mass ....................................................... #257 Reading I ................................................................ Exodus 17:8-13 Responsorial Psalm ................................ Psalm 121: Our help is from the Lord ....................................................#1195 .................................................. (Sun. 5 pm) Psalm 121: Our help comes from the Lord........................ Michael Joncas Reading II ............................................................. 2 Timothy 3:14-4:2 Gospel Acclamation ....................................................... Alleluia ............................................................................ #326 ................................................................. (Sun. 5 pm) from Storrington Mass ....................................................... #258 Gospel ....................................................................... Luke 18:1-8 Preparation of the Gifts ............................. Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life ....................................................... #662 ....................................................................... (10 am) Teach Me, O Lord ....................................... Philip W.J. Stopford ........................................................................ (Sun. 5 pm) Seek Ye First ............................................................. #663 Preface Acclamation ............................ Holy, Holy, Holy from A Community Mass.................................................. #353 .................................................... (Sun. 5 pm) Holy, Holy, Holy from Storrington Mass .......................................... #260 Memorial Acclamation ...................................... from A Community Mass .............................................................. #356 .............................................. (Sun. 5 pm) We proclaim your death from Storrington Mass .................................... #261 Great Amen ...................................................... from A Community Mass .............................................................. #355 ................................................................. (Sun. 5 pm) from Storrington Mass ....................................................... #264 Breaking of the Bread ............................ Lamb of God from A Community Mass .................................................... #384 .......................................................(Sun. 5 pm) Lamb of God from Storrington Mass ............................................ #265 Communion Antiphon Behold, the eyes of the Lord are on those who fear him, who hope in his merciful love, to rescue their souls from death, to keep them alive in famine. (Ps 33:18-19) Communion Procession ............................................ Take and Eat ....................................................................... #940 ........................................................................ (Sun. 5 pm) Take and Eat.............................................................. #940

OCTOBER 16, 2016

TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME

Hymn of Thanksgiving ........................ (10 am) Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life..............................Harold W. Friedell .......................................................... (Sun. 5 pm) Nothing Is Impossible With God ................................................#685 Marian Antiphon ....................................................... Salve Regina ........................................................................#882 Concluding Hymn ........................................... For the Beauty of the Earth..............................................................#632 ............................................................. (Sun. 5 pm) If You Believe and I Believe....................................................#803

IN OUR PARISH Can’t find the bulletin you brought home from church? Want to keep up on what’s happening in the parish even when you are away on vacation or sick in bed? Visit our parish website, www.stjanedechantal.org to view a copy of the bulletin and for more information on parish events and organizations. WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS St. Jane de Chantal Parish welcomes those who have recently registered in our parish. If you attend Mass at St. Jane Frances de Chantal regularly, we encourage you to register as a member. Please complete a registration form and drop it in the collection basket when you attend Mass. DONUT SOCIAL All parishioners are invited to share coffee, donuts, and friendship after the 8:00 am, 10:00 am, and 12 noon Masses this Sunday, October 16. The featured organization this month will be the Pro-Life Committee. The Youth Group will be taking donations at the coffee to benefit a local charity. CYO WINTER BASKETBALL Registration for the 2016-17 CYO Winter Basketball season is now open. Registration deadline is October 19. The evaluation schedule and link to online registration can be found at www.stjanedechantalcyo.org/basketball.html. An informational meeting for parents will be held on Tuesday,

October 18, 730–830 pm in Christopher Hall (gym). Anyone interested in coaching basketball should contact Kati Penney (for girls / 301-529-2033 / [email protected]) and James Hoffman (for boys / 240-205-0041 / [email protected]). ST. JANE DE CHANTAL CLASS OF 1976 REUNION The Jane de Chantal School Class of 1976 will hold their 40 year reunion on Saturday, October 22 here at St. Jane. Join your class at the 5:00 pm Mass, then for fellowship and a BBQ dinner in Caulfield Hall until 11:00 pm. Questions, contact Ann Ernst Murray at [email protected] HARVEST BINGO NIGHT The Pro-Life Committees of St. Jane de Chantal and Holy Redeemer will host a Harvest Bingo Night on Saturday, October 22, at 6:00 pm, at Holy Cross Church (4900 Strathmore Ave, Garrett Park). Proceeds will benefit Centro Tepeyac, a pregnancy aid center in Silver Spring. There will be an inexpensive dinner, ice cream sundaes, and prizes. Admission is a cash donation or a package of diapers. LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR The Little Sisters of the Poor will be coming to our parish the weekend of October 22/23 to request our assistance with their mission in caring for the elderly poor. The sisters will be at the doors of church after each Mass to accept voluntary gifts of support. Thank you for your kindness to them.

ST. JANE FRANCES DE CHANTAL SODALITY invites all parishioners and parish friends to their ANNUAL INVESTITURE CEREMONY Sunday, November 6 ♦ 10:00 am St. Jane de Chantal Church

ANNUAL COMMUNION BREAKFAST with Guest Speaker Lt. Gen. Nadja Y. West Sunday, November 6 ♦ 11:00 am Caulfield Hall Cost of the catered breakfast is $30.00 per person. Send checks, made out to St. Jane de Chantal Sodality, to: Mrs. Karen Salah, 5310 Elsmere Ave., Bethesda, MD 20814 or Mrs. Maureen Wilkerson, 5214 Acacia Ave., Bethesda, MD 20814. For more information, email [email protected] or [email protected]

LT. GEN. NADJA Y. WEST Surgeon General of the U.S. Army Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Command

ST. JANE FRANCES DE CHANTAL CHURCH S.O.M.E. VOLUNTEERS’ COFFEE If you are a SOME volunteer, past or present, or if you would like to volunteer this year, join us for coffee and donuts in Caulfield Hall after the 10:00 Mass, on Sunday, October 30. For more information on volunteering, call Maria Cornelius at 301-770-9880. HSA CHRISTMAS BAZAAR T HRIFT SHOP DONATIONS Have you been waiting for a good reason to de-clutter the basement? You are in luck! The St. Jane de Chantal Home and School Association is now collecting items for the Thrift Shop at their 11th Annual Christmas Bazaar. Please consider donating your gently used items. They will be accepting a wide variety of household items but cannot accept clothing or shoes. If you have items to donate, contact Eleni Pavlou (703-447-5321) or Sofia Pagedas ([email protected]). Proceeds benefit St. Jane de Chantal School, and any items not sold will be donated to the National Center for Children and Families. Thank you for your support! USED CLOTHING DROP-OFF SHED St. Jane de Chantal Parish contracts with a vendor to provide a used clothing drop-off shed. Items accepted: all clothing, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets, sheets, pillowcases, drapes, and stuffed toys. Help keep your donation clean and dry by placing items in plastic bags. Items not accepted: rags, fabric scraps, toys, and household goods; understand that these items are expensive to dispose of. The accepted items will not be cut up or shredded, and will benefit people in the U.S. and in third-world countries. After each pick-up, our parish receives a stipend; since January 2016, a total of $1,471.68 has been distributed between the Msgr. Christopher

BETHESDA, MARYLAND Scholarship Fund, St. Martin’s Cloak, the Endowment Fund, and the Pastor’s Projects Fund.

School

REMEMBER IN PRAYER . . . those who are sick, and all those in our nursing homes and hospitals, especially Mary Cahill, Susan Tise, Dianne Fay Dickinson, Pat Krisko, Elton Smith, Melissa Brito, and John Melloni.

IN OUR LITURGY & MUSIC MINISTRIES Visit the Music Ministries page at www.stjanedechantal.org/ministries/music-ministry for information on the many music ensembles at St. Jane. CHOIR MEMBERS NEEDED Additional choir members are needed! Our Parish Choir is in need of three sopranos, three altos, and four tenors. Our Handbell Ensemble is in need of one more ringer, and our Family Choir could use more volunteers in the teenage/ young adult age category. For more information, and/or to sign up, email [email protected]

IN OUR FAITH FORMATION PROGRAMS Visit the Faith Formation page at www.stjanedechantal.org for information on the various programs, registration forms and calendars. HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY The theme of our Life Teen sessions this semester is “The Battle Field.” On October 16, our topic is “Satan, Demons and Grace.” Life Teen sessions are from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Any and all high school students are welcome.

SAINT JANE FRANCES DE CHANTAL Liturgical Ministry Faith grows when it is well expressed in celebration - Good celebrations foster and nourish faith. The Second Vatican Council called the entire Church to reflect on the role of the laity. It reminded us that all Christians, by virtue of their baptism, are called to spread the gospel, to continue the work of building the Kingdom of God, and, most especially, to offer worship. St. Jane’s provides all parishioners with the opportunity to regularly celebrate vibrant, faith-enriching liturgy. Liturgical Ministers at St. Jane’s live out their faith, give back to their parish, and answer God’s call to serve their neighbors. We invite you to be a part of our parish’s diverse and exciting Liturgical Ministry. Please fill out the information below and drop it in the collection basket.

Name:_______________________________________

Email:__________________________________________

Age (if under 18):______________________________

Phone Number:___________________________________

‘ Altar Guild

‘ Altar Server

‘ Extraordinary Ministry of Holy Communion

‘ Lector

‘ Usher

‘ Children’s Liturgy of the Word

OCTOBER 16, 2016 ADULT EDUCATION: T HE GOSPEL OF JOHN Learn what makes Jesus so unique--what makes him different from all the other religious leaders of the world. Explore His journey and how we discern our role in His kingdom through scholarship and prayer. Join us for “Follow Me: Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John,” a sevenweek Bible study on Sunday night at 6:15 pm beginning November 6, or Thursday mornings at 9:00 am beginning in January. Cost for the course is $20.00. To register for either session, contact Sally Daniel at 301-530-1640 or [email protected]

IN OUR BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL Check out the St. Jane de Chantal School website at www.dechantal.org to get information on admissions, see what each classroom is studying, and more. DISCIPLES IN SERVICE CEREMONY Students and teachers assembled in church for the annual Disciples in Service Ceremony to commemorate all of our school’s community service programs. The ceremony began with a procession of beautiful banners the students made to depict the 13 organizations the school supports. Following the procession, students read a Bible passage or inspirational saint quote to introduce the summary of each service program. These acts of charity and service are rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ and are foremost in the religion curriculum for each grade. SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE All prospective families are welcome to visit our “Best of Bethesda” school during the Fall Open House on Friday, November 11 from 9:00 to 11:00 am. This is an excellent opportunity to visit all classrooms—Pre-K through Grade 8—talk with teachers, and complete admissions applications for the 2017-18 school year. ANNOUNCING THE SIXTH GRADE PLAY Each year the sixth grade performs a Spring musical full of incredible singing, dancing, and amazing acting! The students anxiously await each Fall to hear the announcement of which play will be performed. This year’s 6th grade musical will be The Sound of Music. ARCHDIOCESAN T UITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Students enrolled in St. Jane de Chantal School whose families are be interested in applying for tuition assistance for the 2017-18 school year must complete a financial aid application with the Archdiocese of Washington, available through the archdiocesan TADS enrollment website (www.tads.com).

IN OUR ARCHDIOCESE For more information on education, family, youth, social concerns, & other events in the Archdiocese of Washington, visit www.adw.org. The website also has a media center, which includes social media tools, a YouTube channel, and apps.

TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME QUO VADIS "COME AND SEE" RETREAT High school-aged young men in Grades 11 and 12 are invited to Saint John Paul II Seminary (145 Taylor St., NE) to experience seminary life firsthand. Meet and talk to our seminarians, pray with them, listen to great talks, and enjoy time for sports and recreation. Friday through Sunday, November 4-6. For more information and to register, visit www.dcpriest.org. Questions? Call the Office of Priest Vocations at 202-636-9020 or email Fr. Mark Ivany at [email protected] FAITHFUL CITIZENSHIP: PRACTICE CIVIL DIALOGUE. In their statement on Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, the U.S. Catholic bishops remind Catholics, "We are called to bring together our principles and our political choices, our values and our votes, to help build a better world" (no. 14). In Maryland, the voter registration deadline is October 18. For information on the voter registration process in Maryland, including online registration and to download an application, visit www.elections.state.md.us/voter_registration.

STEWARDSHIP Today’s Gospel calls all of us — not just the apostles — to go and make disciples. If we cannot actually go to the missions, we can answer Jesus’ call by giving generously of our prayers and financial resources to support those who can and do. PARISH SUPPORT

FOR

OCTOBER 9, 2016

Offertory $12,721.00 October 11, 2015 $12,568.00 Youth $3,188.00 This collection in 2015 $4,413.00 Attendance 1352 October 11, 2015 1693

SECOND COLLECTION: WORLD MISSIONS The second collection this weekend, October 15/16, will be the annual World Mission Sunday collection, organized by the Propagation of the Faith. This day is set aside for Catholics worldwide to recommit themselves to the Church’s missionary activity through prayer and sacrifice. POOR BOX The Poor Box next weekend, October 22/23, will benefit Right to Life of Montgomery County, a chapter of Maryland Right to Life, whose mission is to work in the legislative arena to attain legal protection for all innocent human life and work to educate the general public about life issues. For more information, visit www.mdrtl.org. COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN Please remember the St. Jane de Chantal School Endowment Fund (CFC # 32653) if you participate in this charitable campaign. The campaign ends December 15.

ST. JANE FRANCES DE CHANTAL CHURCH

BETHESDA, MARYLAND

PARISH CALENDAR Sunday, October 16—Saturday, October 22, 2016

RESPECT LIFE MONTH: POPE FRANCIS

C = Church  CH = Caulfield Hall  CGS = Gathering Space  CLL = Church Lower Lobby CRH = Christopher Hall  SMR = Scanlan Meeting Room  DCR = De Chantal Room MR = Music Room  NMR = Nalls Meeting Room  RBR = Rectory Board Room SCH = School  SC = Seton Center for Religious Education  AF = Athletic Field  PG = Parish Grounds

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16 after all morning Masses ........... Donut Social .............................................................................. CH 10:00 am ................................... Faith of Our Toddlers ..............................................................SMR 4:00 pm ..................................... Family Choir .............................................................................. MR 6:00 pm ..................................... Youth Ministry: Life Teen............................................................SC MONDAY, OCTOBER 17 6:00 pm ................................... Girl Scout Senior Troop 4959 ................................................... NMR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18 4:30 pm ..................................... CCD Grades K-5 ..................................................................... SCH 6:30 pm ..................................... Cub Scouts Jr. Webelos Den ................................................. NMR 7:00 pm ..................................... Adult Ed: History and the Church ...............................................SC 7:00 pm ..................................... CCD Grade 6-8 ....................................................................... SCH WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19 6:30 pm ..................................... Cub Scouts Wolves Den ........................................................ NMR 7:00 pm ..................................... RCIA ...........................................................................................SC 7:00 pm ..................................... Sodality Executive Board ........................................................SMR 7:30 pm ..................................... St. Martin’s Cloak ....................................................................SMR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 9:00 am ..................................... Adult Ed: Biblical Walk Through the Mass .................................SC 3:30 pm ..................................... CYO Grade 4 Basketball ......................................................... CRH 7:00 pm ..................................... Boy Scout Troop 461............................................................... DCR 7:00 pm ..................................... Handbell Ensemble ................................................................... MR 7:30 pm ..................................... Adult Ed: Biblical Walk Through the Mass ................................ CH 8:00 pm ..................................... Parish Choir............................................................................... MR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 3:15 pm ..................................... Brownie Troop 3613 ............................................................... NMR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 9:00 am ..................................... Adult Ed: Biblical Walk Through the Mass ................................ CH 6:00 pm ..................................... 1976 Class Reunion .................................................................. CH For all upcoming events & dates, visit www.stjanedechantal.org & click on “Complete Parish Calendar.”

MASS INTENTIONS Sunday, October 16—Saturday, October 22, 2016 Sunday

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

8:00 am 10:00 am 12:00 pm 5:00 pm 8:00 am 11:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 8:00 pm 5:00 pm

Parishioners Hal Schriber/D Anne Marie Snyder/D Dottie Durkin/D Dottie Durkin/D Carolyn Carron/D Malopsia Maciolowski/D Cyprian Pogriowski/D Dottie Durkin/D Jerry Richards/D Carolyn Carron/D Barbara Fegan/D Nimette Yousif/D Emelia Weisberg/L Albert Goenner/D Edwin Kapustka/D

“The common home of all men and women must continue to rise on the foundations of a right understanding of universal fraternity and respect for the sacredness of every human life, of every man and every woman, the poor, the elderly, children, the infirm, the unborn, the unemployed, the abandoned, those considered disposable because they are only considered as part of a statistic. This common home of all men and women must also be built on the understanding of a certain sacredness of created nature.” Pope Francis, address to the United Nations, New York, New York, 25 September 2015

LITURGY OF THE WORD October 23, 2016 Reading I Sir 35:12-14, 16-18 Reading II 2 Tm 4:6-8, 16-18 Gospel Lk 18:9-14

ALTAR SERVERS Monday, October 17—Sunday, October 23, 2016 Monday

8:00 am 11:00 am Tuesday 8:00 am 11:00 am Wednesday 8:00 am 11:00 am Thursday 8:00 am 11:00 am Friday 8:00 am 11:00 am Saturday 8:00 am 5:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am 10:00 am 12:00 pm 5:00 pm

R. Dimond, T. McKinnon M. McDonald, T. Shaheen J. Goldstein, T. Petersen T. Chalfant, S. Quirk S. Flynn, B. Shaffer G. Merola, M. Merola E. Priest, C. Rhea C. Gotzman, M. Gotzman I. Baldwin, M. D’Avella M. McDonald, T. Petersen C. Stroud, M. Stroud C. Besche, J. Connors, J. Morris J. Rhea, R. Dimond, G. Relacion M. Gleeson, M. Baily, S. Flynn P. James, M. Kish, S. Kish B. McCabe, J. Dolan, E. Priest