St. Pio of Pietrelcina Parish

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Padre Pio

“Pray, hope and don’t worry”

St. Pio of Pietrelcina Parish

18430 Utica Road, Roseville, MI 48066 (586) 777-9116 Email:; Web page:


Sunday in Ordinary Time

October 18 2015

“But is shall not be so among you. Rather, whoever wishes to be great among you will be your servant; whoever wishes to be first among you will be the slave of all. For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.”

Mark 10:43-45


St. Pio Parish Directory

Pastoral Team

Rev. Greg Rozborski Pastor

Peggy Ciaramitaro Business Manager

Cindy Thibodeau Administrative Assistant

George Mazich Director of Music

Stephanie Bahoura Faith Formation Coordinator, K-6 Jan Pazuchowski Youth Ministry Coordinator Carol Reeser Secretary, Faith Formation Jeanne Wineski Christian Service Coordinator

Mike McGarry Maintenance

Bulletin Deadline—No later than 10 days prior to the issue you wish article to appear.

Parish Information

18430 Utica Road, Roseville MI 48066

Parish Office Phone Number (586) 777-9116, #0

Parish FAX Number (586) 777-7958

Parish Emergency After Hours Number (586) 777-9116, #7 Parish E-mail:

Parish web page

Faith Formation Phone Number (586) 777-9116, #5

R.C.I.A. - Ellen Olivier (586) 218-9211 Christian Service Hours:

9:00am to 6:00pm Monday thru Friday Closed for Lunch - 12:00 noon to 1:00pm

Food Pantry / Baby Closet (586) 777-9116, #3 St. Vincent de Paul (586) 777-9116, #2

Parish Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday:

9:00am to 12:00 pm, 1:00pm to 4:00pm Friday: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Eucharist Adoration Mondays, 9:30am-5pm, 13 Mile Road Prayer Group Thursdays, 7:00pm, Utica Road Confessions Saturdays 2:30-3:15, Utica Road Campus

Sacramental Prep: Baptism

Baptisms will be held on the 2nd and 4th weekends of every month and need to be scheduled three months in advance.

Contact the Parish office at (586) 777-9116, #0.

Sacramental Prep: Marriage

Arrangements to be made with the Parish Office one year prior to wedding date. Please call Mark and Betty Squier at

(586) 296-9589.

Sacred Heart Cemetery Information

Cemetery Phone Number (586) 777-9116, #4

Cemetery Fax Number (586) 777-7958

St. Pio Pastoral Council

Richard Pineau

Vera Lottholz Vicariate Rep.

Margie Lyle Vicariate Rep.

View bulletins online . . . go to SERF VICARIATE COMMUNICATIONS (website) (email)

Archdiocese of Detroit website:

Readings for the Week of October 18, 2015

Readings for the Week of October 18, 2015

Sunday: Is 53:10-11/Heb 4:14-16/Mk 10:35-45 or 10:42-45 Monday: Rom 4:20-25/Lk 12:13-21

Tuesday: Rom 5:12, 15b, 17-19, 20b-21/Lk 12:35-38 Wednesday: Rom 6:12-18/Lk 12:39-48

Thursday: Rom 6:19-23/Lk 12:49-53 Friday: Rom 7:18-25a/Lk 12:54-59 Saturday: Rom 8:1-11/Lk 13:1-9

Next Sunday: Jer 31:7-9/Heb 5:1-6/Mk 10:46-52

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St. Pio of Pietrelcina Parish

October 10/11, 2015

Offertory Budgeted……….……...$12,575.00 Total Offertory Collection…..………..………….…..$9,250.30 Difference………...(-3,324.70) Number of Envelopes Used………...…………..388 Number of E-Giving & Direct Giving Transactions…....11

Thanks to all who support our Church.

St. Pio Life in the Spirit Seminar

Utica Road Campus Thursday, October 22, 2015

7:00 - 8:30 pm

Oct. 22 - The New Life - Richard Cucchi Oct. 29 - Receiving God’s Gift - Pauline Ciaffone Nov. 5 - The Dangers of the Occult - Marcy Simon Nov. 12 - Prayer for Fullness in the Holy Spirit - All

Nov. 19 - Growth - Richard Cucchi Dec. 3 - Transformation in Christ - Marcy Simon The seminar will be conducted during and part of the

regular prayer meeting. Please come and join and experience firsthand the awesome power of the

Holy Spirit in action.

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of St. Pio Presents:

Pasta Dinner

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 4:30 - 8:00 pm

St. Pio of Pietrelcina Parish

13 Mile Road (at Kelly) in the Social Hall

Menu includes: Pasta with choice of Meat or Marinara sauce, Salad, Garlic Bread, Coffee, Tea or Fruit

Punch, and Dessert, too!

Adults - $9.00 Children (4 - 12) - $4.50 Proceeds go to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of St. Pio,

to help the less fortunate


13 Mile Road Campus

Monday, October 19 Activities:

9:00am, R.S.V.P.

9:30am, Eucharistic Adoration 4:15pm, Faith Formation &

Reconciliation Parent meeting 7:00pm, St. Pio Men’s Club


uesday, October 20 9:00 am Mass Intentions:

+Gregory Franczek, 13th Ann.

(Theresa Lorio)


10:00am, Fellowship 4:15pm, Faith Formation 6:00pm, SFO

7:00pm, HSM 7:00pm, Choir

Wednesday, October 21

7:00pm, Usher meeting

Thursday, October 22 Activities:

10:00am, Seniors Pinochle Club

Friday, October 23rd: Trunk or Treat

Utica Road Campus

Saturday, October 17, 4:00


2:30-3:15pm, Reconciliation Mass Intentions:

+Andrew & Mary Dorko (Japalucci Family) +Emilia Piper (Family)

All Ill & Deceased Seniors

(Michael Pockey)

Wednesday, October 21 Activities:

7:00pm, Scouts

Thursday, October 22 9:00 am Mass Intentions:

For the families and friends of our St. Pio Parishioners


7:00pm, Prayer Group

13 Mile Road Campus

Sunday, October 18, 9:00 am Mass Intentions:

+Cathy Jed +Josephine Albu +Anthony Alcamo

+Catherine Lorio (Theresa Lorio) +Isabell Novak (Dee Golaszewski) +Battaglia/Montrose Families (Family) +Joseph & Bertha Abela (Ruth &

Sergio Barrientez)


9:00am, R.C.I.A.

9:00am, MSM

Sunday, October 18, 11:00 am Mass Intentions:

+Annette McDowell (Husband, Dennis) +Tom Ruggeri (Bullis Family)

+Chester Skorka (Wife) +Anna Haverin, 3rd Ann.

(Herriges Family) Bernice Semann (Marguerite Janssen)

Monday, October 19 9:00 am Mass Intentions:

Verda & Dan McGuiness

(Edward Ochylski)

St. Pio Parish Intentions/Activities for this Week

Deadline for the October 25th Bulletin is Thursday, October 15th at noon

4pm: Utica Road Campus 9am: 13 Mile Road Campus 11am: 13 Mile Road Campus


C. Huck A. Carr D. Hilbert

C. Dumont J. Racine

J. Stimpson

Eucharistic Ministers

J. Downey - E. Joy M. Joy - C. Lombardo D. Monfette - R. Pineau

C. Teahan

E. Gunn - P. Huebner B. Kew - T. Seubert T. Shereda - T. Simun

J. Zerilli

J. Chamberlin - P. Feys B. Houbeck - K. Houbeck

R. Houbeck - T. Seubert N. Wilhelm



E. Severson

J. Severson B. Morgan - L. Morgan

D. Olivier - T. Trbovich Al. Reichenbach - A. Reichenbach JP. Reichenbach


M. Budnick - A. Czech M. Cilluffo - B. Linsenmann

I. Pukala - R. Sliwinski C. Teahan

D. Belcher - R. Bullis S. Cole - L. D’Agostino

T. Franzone - B. Kew P. Klozik - D. Vander Hagen

M. Alcamo - J. Gomez P. Huebner - K.J. Klein K.L. Klein - G. Thibodeau

R. Williams



+Elinor Pockey (Michael Pockey) Donald Nosakowski

(Wife & Family) Marion Pirone (Sister)

+Cathy Jed +Josephine Albu +Anthony Alcamo

+John Petrella (Mother & Family) +Anthony Carducci (Family)

+Isabell Novak (Jackie & Danny Adkins) Thank you to our St. Pio Family (Ruth & Sergio Barrientez) For the health of Sergio Barrientez (St. Pio Seniors)

+Annette McDowell (Husband, Dennis) +Virginia Moceri (Family)

+Eugene Kupper, 15th Ann. (Family) +Donna Orlowski, 25th Ann. (Mom)

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time - October 24th and 25th


Youth Ministry News

Last Weekend, we held the Rite of Enrollment for our Confirmation Candidates. They pledged their commitment to learning more about their faith and opening their hearts and minds to the Gifts of the Holy Spirit. We ask all in our Community to pray for our students during this preparation time!

Our 9th Grade Class includes: Brian Alder, Taylor Aleo, Erin Boddington, Vincent Castillo, Alec Dronzkowski, Amanda Hogness, Hanna Kuyilampara, Jacklyn Masch, Brianna Morgan, Aaron Nabinger, Luke Roberts, Amelia Shereda, Matthew Sucharski, Samantha Tanner and Gabby Vincent.

Next Weekend is a big weekend in Youth Ministry! On Friday, October 23, we hold our AnnualTrunk or Treat from 7-8:30 p.m. Cars/Vans should arrive around 6:15 p.m. to begin decorating their vehicles and as usual, our parking attendants will be there to direct. The actual event begins at 7:00 p.m. and this year due to the overcrowding we had last year, only those who RSVP will be allowed in the Parish Hall afterwards. Please RSVP by Tuesday, October 20th as seating is limited. See the Reservation form

included and drop it off to your Catechist or to the Parish or Faith Formation Office during regular business hours

Our Annual Pumpkin Sale is Sunday, October 25 from 8:30-1:00 p.m. in the 13 Mile Rd. Campus Parking Lot. Please stop by and support our students attending the High School Conference, Rainbow 34, by purchasing a pumpkin!

We have pumpkins (Large & pie), gourds and hay stalks for sale. We receive a portion of all items sold so please stop by and see us for all your Fall decorating!

Our next High School Ministry Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 20 from 7-9 p.m. in the Youth Room. We hope all our students in grades 9-12 will consider joining us for the High School Conference, Rainbow XXXIV to be held on January 30 & 31, 2016. Registration has begun and continues until Tuesday, November 3rd. This is a very worthwhile conference, just ask anyone who has attended!

Society of St. Vincent de Paul

In the Gospel today, Jesus tells his disciples: “Anyone among you who aspires to greatness must serve the rest, whoever wants to rank first among you must serve the needs of all.” When you give furniture, household items and clothing to the Society of St. Vincent DePaul, you give hope to your neighbors who have nothing.

On October 28, 2015 there will be a pasta dinner at the 13 Mile Campus in the Social Hall to raise additional

funds for the Society. Several bas- kets have been donated that we will raffle off. Please consider attending this dinner.

We would like to thank everyone who either participated in the walk or made a donation to us for the walk.

Please continue to pray or those who are homeless, those who live in poverty, the people of South Caroli- na, Haiti, Africa and Syria and for all those who minister to the needs of the poor around the world.

Angels of the Feast for October

Candles, Hosts and Wine donated by/for:

Joseph Frank Anonymous

St. Pio Eucharistic Adoration

Mondays, 9:30am-5:00pm 13 Mile Road Campus Mid-day Prayer at 1:00pm Chaplet of the

Divine Mercy at 3:00 pm, followed by the


Benediction Service at 5:00pm with Fr. Greg

Come in and pray for a loved one.

Turkey donations are needed for Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets

Watch here for upcoming information New Addition . . .

In the bulletin you will notice a new insert entitled: “Growing With the Gospel”, this resource is designed to give the young members of our parish fun activities that will help them understand and remember the Sunday message.

We would like to thank the generosity of those who donated to offset the cost. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.


St. Pio Fellowship Group

You are invited to join the St. Pio Fellowship Group on the first and third Tuesday of each month. We meet at the 13 Mile Road Campus after the 9am Mass until noon in the Parish Hall. Coffee, tea and goodies will be served.

This would be a great opportunity to meet our fellow parishioners.

Joyce Franzone and Joan Hickey

Pinochle Games

The St. Pio Parish Senior Club is again hosting card games for anyone interested.

We play on Thursdays in the social hall at the 13 Mile Road Campus. The first game runs from 10am to 12:00 noon, and the second game runs from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm. Call Madeline Bidigare at (586) 773-9737 or just join us!

St. Pio Prayer Shawl Ministry

All those who knit and/or crochet are invited to join the prayer shawl group. We will meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month from 1:30 -3:30 pm. Meet at the 13 Mile Road Campus, room 102. The shawls are donated to shut-ins, the Veteran’s hospitals and nursing homes.

Attention Seniors . . .

I invite you to join the St.

Pio Senior Group. We meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the 13 Mile Road Campus in the parish hall. After a short meeting, we play cards and games. It would be wonderful to have you join us.

Darlene Zalewski Msgr. James Stapleton Knights of Columbus. Council 3191

Located at St Pio of Pietrelcina Parish, Roseville, MI.

Please join us for BINGO at Warren Plaza Hall!

Every Saturday, doors open around 5:00pm. The games start at 6:30pm.

13408 East 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI (at Schoenherr behind Chicken Shack) Bring this announcement and receive a dauber!

All proceeds will benefit our charitable efforts.

Thank you for your support!

Gaming License #A22462

Prayer Group Meeting Thursday, 7pm at the Utica Road Campus.

All are welcome to join us.

St. Pio Men’s Club

Our first meeting of the NEW St. Pio Men’s Club was a success. Fifteen men were in attendance, there were some familiar faces and many new faces - all excited to be part of St. Pio Men’s Club. Our new feature,

“Crossing the Goal”, was a hit. “Crossing the Goal” is an evangelization series with a football theme, to equip and empower catholic men to become and stay spiritually fit in their faith We watch a video, followed by discussion,

prior to conducting Men’s Club business.

We invite all men of the parish, 18 years or older, to check us out. The next meeting is Monday, October 19th, at 7pm in the 13 Mile Road Conference

Room. For more information, contact Jim Chamberlin at (586) 293-2387

From Your St. Pio Finance Council

Dear Parishioners,

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your continued support of our Parish through your financial contributions each week and also responding to our request to increase your weekly contributions. As you know, our goal for each week is $12,575. This amount allows our Parish to pay the bills, maintain our outreach programs, pay down our debt, and put some money away in savings.

Here are some facts about our Parish:

Number of envelopes issued: 1,447

Average Envelopes used per week: 397 or 27%

As you can see, your contributions truly matter and every amount, no matter how small, is important. We again ask, if you are able to, please consider increasing your collection.

In terms of our debt:

At the merger, we owed: $713,668.33

To date, we owe: $537,889.91 - - - Over the last 15 months,

$175,783.42 was paid toward our debt thanks to Fr. Greg and his staff meticulously scrutinizing every purchase and by careful budgeting.

We would also like to encourage you to consider the e-giving program for contributing to the Parish. This way, your contribution remains consistent at a level you are comfortable with and in many ways, without the added worry of remembering to bring your church envelope each week. Signing up for e-giving will only take a few minutes of your time. Please contact the Parish Office for more details.

Thank you again for your continued financial support of St. Pio.

St. Pio Finance Council Members:

Jim Chamberlin Gil Harris Richard Pineau


Thinking About Joining the Catholic Church?

Every year in the Archdio- cese of Detroit hundreds of people join the Catholic Church. Since becoming Catholic requires a com- mitment to God, the Church and a worshipping community, the person must enter a process of preparation and discernment. In our day and age, this process is called the RCIA, an acronym for Rite of Christian Ini- tiation of Adults.

In the RCIA a person takes a journey with the RCIA Team to learn about and come closer to God.

Part of learning about God means that you need to learn about God’s Church. In the RCIA we learn about how the Church was formed, and many of the particulars that are unique to Catholicism.

While learning about Ca- tholicism is essential to the RCIA, it is only part of the process. The most important part of the RCIA is discovering, developing, and nurtur- ing your relationship with God. If you feel in your heart that God is calling you, the parish community of St. Pio of Pietrelcina welcomes you!

The RCIA process is open to people who are not baptized, baptized in another Christian faith, or baptized a Catholic but who have never received the Sacraments of Eucharist or Confirmation.

If you or anyone you know is interested in the RCIA process, and would like to know more please contact Ellen Olivier at 586-218-9211.

“Lord, hold our troops In your loving hands.

Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless acts they perform for us in our time of need. Amen.”

SSgt. Matthew Huck, Army SSgt. Justin Keown, Army

CWO Phil Keown, Army SP2 Brian Paret II, Army SSgt. Sean McDowell, Army

PO Timothy J. Smith, Navy Sgt. Keith Trojniak, Marine Corps.

SrA David C. VanceII, Air Force Capt. Robert Weiss, Air Force

Anne Schley &

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God grant you many joyful years together and bless

your home with health and happiness.

October 24, 2015

Prayer A Wedding

Holiday Food Drive

It’s that time of year again, the annual holiday food drive runs from October 5, 2015 - November 9, 2015 The purpose of the St. Pio Holiday Food drive is to ensure that those in need will

receive a Holiday Food Basket (Thanksgiving and Christmas) by

collecting nonperishable food items and also asking for cash

donations to offset the cost of purchasing perishable items.

In the vestibule you will find bags with grocery lists attached. We are asking that

you fill the bag by mixing and matching the items on the list.

Items may be dropped off in the front vestibule at either campus or at the Christian Service Office located at the

13 Mile Campus.

If you would prefer to make a cash donation, place your donation in a envelope marked Food Drive along with your name and phone number and place in the collection basket.

Additional questions can be directed to our Christian Service Department at

586-777-9116 ext. 3 THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR


Don’t forget the


! It’s fast approaching on

Saturday, October 24th

In the 13 Mile Social Hall.

You don’t have to know anything about Square Dancing or Line Danc-

ing. Professional caller, Walt Za- torski, will teach you everything you need to know. It’s a fun event for the kids, too! After you have exhausted

your energy dancing, there will be pizza and beverages to refresh you.

Tickets are:

$10 - Adults

$6 - Children (12 and under) Tickets are sold in advance only, and

are available after weekend Masses or at the Parish Office. All proceeds

go toward Parish expenses.

St. Pio of Pietrelcina Parish

Sunday Fellowship Coffee & Donuts After 9am & 11am Masses

October 25th November 22nd December 13th & 27th

January 10th & 24th

Please come and take this time to meet our fellow parishioners.

Attention parishioners and friends of Blessed Virgin Mary, There will be a meeting on Tuesday, October 27th at 7 pm

In the 13 Mile Conference Room There will be a rosary and a video tape on Part Three of Divine Mercy and It’s Relation to Confession and the Eucharist.

Let us grow together in our faith, everybody is welcome!


Joseph Balmas Sergio Barrientez Shirley Becking (Baby) Kasen Berg Louise Biange Madeline Bidigare Kevin Blanton Susie Blomeke Fr. James Brooks Elliana Budnick Haven Budnick Leonard Budnick Madeline Budnick Sue Buzar

Bernadette Calabro Kathy Chapp

Catherine Ciaramitaro Jim Clark

Kathy Cook Meagan & Steven

Crittenden Beth (Blaga) Crofton Martha Cusmano Joe Cusumano Irene Elkin Annette Escalante

Anthony G.

Jim Gillahan Annette Girten Geraldine Gold Claybon Goshea Kathleen Gunther Ryan Gunther Amy Hauser Jill Heersink Catherine Hooper Gary Hunsanger Donna Janiczek Ron Jed Mickey Jordan Stacey Jordan Maryann Kablak Ida Kew Francine Kramer John Lappin Mark Lappin Nancy Lappin Tom Lappin Gerald Lazur D’Ann Laudon Maggie Leahy Tammi Lech Diane Leitermann Gary Lelenek MaryAnn Mann

Margaret Marchetti Laura Mazich Tricia McCready Gerty McGraw Barbara Michalik John Moritz Winnie Nicholson Bob Novak Rosanne O’Keefe Barbara Olevenick Sherry Priesz Carrie Qasawa Arnaldo Remigio Aiden Reslow Barb & Jerry Roth Frances Rubello Linda Rzonca Shelly

Don & Mary Jane Small Peter Solomon

Cheryl Sparks

Connie & Maria Spencer Martina A. Strug Laura Sullivan Irene Tadrzynski Joanna Totty Sue Vander Hagen Mary Ellen Van Dyke Nirmala Vij

Laura Weakland Sarah Weisler (Call) Carrie Wendt Bob & Joan Whipple Ava Williams Erin Wineski Veronica Wolschon Laura Wunderlich Christine Wyatt Ann Zuckero

In Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Julie Becigneul

Jennie Bianco Robert Brown Dave Clark Harry Gorney Robert Houbeck Sr.

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