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Bulletin June 21

TWELFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JUNE 21, 2020

ADMINISTRATION
Happy Father’s Day, Fr. Joseph And All Fathers!
HELP, HELP, HELP US BY BUYING ANTI- BACTERIAL CLEANING WIPES TO SHARE WITH THE CHURCH! THERE ARE
LIMITED SUPPLIES AVAILABLE, SO BUY ONE FOR YOURSELF AND ONE FOR THE CHURCH. WE ARE ASKING EVERYONE
TO BE EXTRA AWARE, THERE’S A RECENT RESURGENTS OF THE COVID 19 VIRUS. PLEASE USE EXTRA CAUTION AND
FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES AND SAFETY RULES ~
The guidelines, in place to promote safety for all Mass-goers, have been working very well to
date; so to this result, we’ll continue to pray and follow the safety precautions listed below:
1. You are still excused from the obligation to attend Mass if not ready to break quarantine, due to age factor, compromised health issues, etc.
2. Facemasks must be worn at all times while on Church property.
3. Enter Church by one entrance only; Exit by two doors, as directed by ushers.
4. Hand sanitizing required at entrances and before receiving Communion. There are to be two lines for Communion distribution, follow directions.
5. Abide seating restriction; 6 ft safe distancing.
6. Ushers to seat you, please follow their instruction
7. Receiving Holy Communion: ushers will invite the parishioners to come out row by row.
8. Ushers will also direct dismissal. Please follow their directions.
9. You are asked to go directly to your cars and depart; not gathering in small groups
to socialize.
10. There is a basket at the entrance for donations
11. There will be no singing only organ music.
12. If restrooms are used please sanitize after yourselves for the convenience of
others.
We continue to live stream 11 AM Mass on NDFacebook Mass intentions, scheduled, then canceled
(due to the Pandemic)mid-March, have been re-scheduled. They are, of course, not scheduled on the dates requested, but on the next available date in the order of request. That seemed the fairest way to re-schedule the requests since the original dates could not be accommodated. Blessings, Sandy
THE HOLY FATHER’S PRAYER INTENTION
FOR JUNE We pray that all those who suffer may find their way in life, allowing themselves to be touched by the Heart of Jesus.

ADMINISTRATION
HOMEBOUND MINISTRY: Fr. Joseph has begun Holy Communion visits to shut-ins. He will not
visit inside the home; distributing Eucharist at the door.
REQUESTING PRAYERS: All Coronavirus victims: Healthcare workers, those hospitalized; the
homebound, nursing-home patients, all who need healing and health: for all parishioners
requesting prayers, for relatives in need of prayer.; for Alicin Sahr, Chris Sinclair,
Kathryn Carter, Jackie Przybylowicz & baby, Dcn Tim Marcy, Liz Hocutt, Eleanor LaPoint, Fr
Bill McNeeley, Scott Sausser, Reva Alcoser, Joanie Guynup, Bill & Karen Kay,
Bernadette Moughmer, Frank & JoAnn Dwyer, Jim Murphy, Danny & Susan Collins, Martha Jane & Julie
Fannon, the Davenports, Andrea and John Moore, Msgr Bill Gahagan, Fr. Joseph Hammond, Fr.
Joe Brando.. If you have specific persons in need of prayer, call the Office,
423-639-9381.We keep names on the list for one month unless otherwise requested.
“MASS INTENTIONS”
Sat Jun 20 ~ 8:30 am ~ SI of Fr Joseph
5:00 pm ~ SI Bill Kay by S. Alter Sun. Jun 21~8 am ~ +Roberto Diaz by C&J Hill
11 am ~ SI Parishioners of N.D.
3 pm ~ +Charlie Page by Lousia Mon Jun 22 ~ NO MASS
Tue Jun 23 ~ 8:30~ SI~ND Knights of Columbus Wed, Jun 24 ~ 8:30~ND Council Catholic Women Thu, Jun
25 ~ 8:30 ~+ Chuck Alter/S. Alter
Fri, Jun 26 ~ 8:30 ~ COMMUNION SERVICE
Sat Jun 27 ~ 8:30 ~ SI of Fr Joseph
5:00 ~ Bill Riley ~ by the CCW DAILY BIBLE READINGS
Sun June 21 ~ Jer 20:10-13; Rom 5:12-15; Mt 10:26-33
Mon. June 22 ~ 2 Kgs 17:5-8,12-15a,18; Mt 7; 1-5 (371)
Tues. June 23 ~ 2 Kgs 19;9b-11,14-21,31-35a,36; Mt 7: 6, 12-14 (372)
Wed. June 24 ~ Is 49:1-6; Acts13:22-26; Lk 1:57-66, 80 (587)
Thur June 25 ~ 2Kgs 24:8-17; Mt 7:21-29(374)
Fri. June 26 ~2Kgs 25:1-12; Mt 8; 1-4 (375)
Sat. June 27 ~ Lam 2:2, 10-14, 18-19; Mt 8: 5-17
SAINTS FEAST DAYS THIS WEEK: St Paulinus of
Nola, Bishop; Sts John Fisher, Bishop, and Thomas Moore, Martyrs; Wed, Jun 24th Nativity of St.
John the Baptist; St Cyril of Alexandria, Bishop, Doctor of the Church
-:- THE SACRAMENTS -:-
CONFIRMATION will be held on Fri, July 10 at 7 pm. All guidelines and safety restrictions apply: wear a mask, 6ft distancing, sanitizing hands, etc. Space is limited to students and their immediate family (living under the same roof) and their sponsor. Live streaming
will be available on
N.D. Facebook Page.

1st HOLY COMMUNION will be held on Fri, July 17 at 6 pm. All guidelines and safety restrictions apply; as stated above. Space is limited to students and their immediate family (living under the same roof). Live streaming will be available on N.D. Facebook Page.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
INTERMEDIATE 1ST COMMUNION CLASS: A
meeting/practice will be held on Wed June 24th from 6- 8 pm in the parish hall. Please complete your books prior to this class and remember to bring your book, paper, pencil and a parent to this meeting. Eat dinner prior to this class because, under the new directives of the Bishop, no food or drink can be served. We will follow all the safety guidelines by wearing masks, practice the 6ft distancing rule, and will sanitize all areas touched.
CONFIRMATION CLASS: A meeting/practice will be held on Wed, July 1 from 6-8 pm in the parish hall. Please complete your books prior to class and practice. Bring your book,
paper, pencil, and your sponsor (or a parent if your sponsor is unavailable) with you.
Eat dinner prior to this class. According to the new directives from the Bishop, no food or drink can be served. Follow all the safety guidelines: wear masks, 6ft social distancing and all areas touched will be sanitized.
1st COMMUNION CLASS: A meeting/practice will be held on Wed, July 8 from 6-8 in the parish hall.
Please complete your books prior to this class and practice. You are asked to bring your book,
paper, pencil, and a parent with you to this meeting/class. All safety guidelines will be followed.
Be sure to wear your mask, eat dinner before you come, practice 6ft social distancing, and then we’ll sanitize all areas we’ve touched.
FAMILY LIFE
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY JUNE COUPLES
Deacon Tim and Cecilia Marcy married for 56 years this month was previously omitted from the June list. Apologies!
FINANCE
THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATIONS-
your weekly contributions and for your generous response to our Tithe/Fundraising effort. To date,
we have collected
$15,411.00 of our $25,000.00 goal, (which is the usual profit from both of our events). The idea presented for this special “tithe” is that you give what you normally contribute or spend, to these fundraising events, and if this “no Church due to Corona” makes us have a shortfall meeting our budget needs, we will have this money to subsidize our needs. Please make sure you note “tithe” on the memo line or on your envelope, if you wish the contribution to be applied to the Fundraising effort.
2020 BISHOPS APPEAL ~ A Joyful Witness
Notre Dame Church-thank you for your support!
Parish Goal: $24,600.00 Total Committed: $27,728.00 Collections to Date: $20,699.00
Collections needed to Reach Goal: $3,901.00

WEEKLY COLLECTION REPORT
JUNE 7TH Collection ………….$5,486.44
Charity, Bldg, Maint, Sem Funds……………….$961.00
Tithe /Fund Raising Collection…………………..$860.00
JUNE 14TH Collection………….$5,786.80
Charity Fund ……………………………………$2,815.00
Main/Build Fund…………………………….$2,216.00
Tithe/FundRaising Collection……………… ….$2,000.00
PARISH LIFE
WOULD YOU LET THE CHURCH OFFICE KNOW YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS PLEASE? CALL US,
AT 423-639-9381 OR EMAIL THE
CHURCH – [email protected]
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS NEWS –
• GRAND KNIGHT, DENNIS KNAUSS, is asking for help! Knights are needed to serve as Ushers at weekend Masses, esp. the 11 am Mass. Masks are required/rules put forth from Supreme and our
Bishop are followed.
• Knights are still HELPING WITH GROCERY PICK UP and DELIVERY- CALL THE CHURCH OFFICE if you need this service. 423-639-9381
• NEXT K OF C COUNCIL MEETING: SUN, JULY 12 IN THE PARISH HALL AT 6 PM. MASKS
REQUIRED ATTIRE. STILL WORKING ON VIRTUAL SIMULTANEOUSLY.
– GROUNDS COMMITTEE NEEDS MOWERS-
that is; folks who can ride a mower, push a mower, work a weedeater, or any volunteer that can give a little time on Thursday mornings about 8:30-9 am. Join these very dedicated few who keep our Parish Campus grounds looking so beautiful. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
SOCIAL ACTION
FOODBANK: 178 lbs of sugar was delivered to the Food Bank. Thanks, JoAnn Dwyer and
Lewis Pletsche. The Commodity for JUNE IS OATMEAL /CEREAL. Our barrel is located in the
Narthex alcove on the left as you enter the Church. Let’s fill it to the brim to feed the hungry of our community.
YOUTH MINISTRY VIRTUAL CATHOLIC YOUTH CAMP~
The theme is “We Are One, Let’s Do This
Together”! This free event is to be held on Thursday and Friday, July 9 & 10 from 7-8:30 pm and
Sat, July 11 from 2-4 pm on ZOOM. Must download Zoom before the camp starts. Will include games,
music, prayer challenges, and friendship. Register on Eventbrite. For more info contact Brittany
Garcia at 865 584 3307 or email: [email protected]

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