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May 13, 2018

The Ascension of the Lord

Rev. Anthony Recker Pastor

ext. 105

arecker@allsaintsrossford.com Deacon Gerald Galernik ggalernik@allsaintsrossford.com

Sue Van Hersett

Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation ext. 111

svanhersett@allsaintsrossford.com Teri Fischer

Principal ext. 135

tfischer@allsaintscatholic.org Thomas Boyne

Bookkeeper ext. 104

tboyne@allsaintsrossford.com Audrey Caligiuri

Parish Secretary ext. 101

acaligiuri@allsaintsrossford.com Elizabeth Nonnenmacher

Liturgical Music Director ext. 117


Mass Schedule

Saturday—4:30 p.m.

Sunday—8:30 & 11:00 a.m.

Monday through Friday—8:15 a.m.

Confessions: Saturday: 3:30 p.m.

Parish Office: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

419-666-1393 • Fax: 419-666-5734 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Happy Mother’s Day! Thank you to all of our mothers that said yes to life and nurtured us in the faith. I promise to hold all of the mothers in our parish in special prayer throughout Mother’s Day.

I have received another question from the question box:

“Dear Father Recker, I have a question for you. Besides the Bible, what books have influenced you the most in your Catholic faith? And would you give a short reason why? (top 5 books) Thank you!”

Thank you for your question. I’m flattered that you would be interested in what books have influenced me the most in my faith. I had to give this some thought to narrow down the list. Here they are:

True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis de Montfort: This book is a classic and there are many translations of it. I would recommend a version that also has in it a preparation for total consecration to Jesus through Mary (a popular version is “33 Days to Morning Glory”). This consecration changed my life. Mary is at the heart of the mystery of Jesus and she is the best path to her Son.

Authenticity by Thomas Dubay: Fr. Dubay investigates the key to holiness which is authenticity, being the real person God created you to be. I encourage others to read this book to help them develop a spirituality that is in line with the heart of the Church. Fr.

Dubay also tackles some of the misunderstandings of spirituality that crept up in more recent times.

The Spirit of the Liturgy by Joseph Ratzinger: Cardinal Ratzinger wrote this book before he was elected to be Pope Benedict XVI. The reform of the liturgy after Vatican II led to a lot of confusion in how our worship should be centered. Ratzinger attempts to bridge the doctrines of our faith with the liturgy and how it is celebrated. I found this book to help me in understanding the place of the liturgy in the life of the Church.

Veritatis Splendor by Pope St. John Paul II: The past few decades of the Church have been marked by widespread confusion regarding the moral teachings of the Church. This confusion had spread even into universities and seminaries. Pope John Paul II in this encyclical reasserts what the Church believes and teaches in regard to morality. One of the fundamental teachings is that while intention and personal understanding are important in regard to moral culpability, they by themselves do not determine the goodness or evil (Fr’s letter is continued inside)


Rooted in one baptism and many ethnic traditions, All Saints Parish celebrates, cultivates, and grows knowledge and faith to love and serve both God and neighbor.

Pastoral Council 2013


(Fr. Recker’s letter continued)

of an action. “Veritatis Splendor” means “The Splendor of the Truth”. Only the truth can lead us on the path to God.

Jesus of Nazareth (3-book series) by Pope Benedict XVI: Scriptural Scholarship over the past one hundred years has been marked by skepticism. Various forms of critical reading of the Word of God have led many to question some of the basic assumptions that the faithful take for granted when reading the Bible. Do miracles exist?

Did Jesus know He was the Son of God? In this book, Pope Benedict attempts to restore the practice of reading Scripture through the lens of faith. He does so by presenting the life of Jesus in this three book series which focus on the Infancy Narratives, the Public Ministry of Jesus, and finally on His Passion, Death, and Resurrection.

So, there you have it, my top five books. You may notice a common thread in these books, in that they all seek to present today’s faith and the various aspects of it within a framework of faith and belief. It is my conviction that Christianity is transformative when it is lived out in fidelity to the teachings of Jesus Christ.

God bless you,

Fr. Recker

MASS INTENTIONS SAT. 5/12 4:30p.m. Tom King SUN. 5/13 8:30a.m. Thomas Kress

11:00a.m. Deacon Richard Vascik MON. 5/14 8:15a.m. Marilyn F. Szczublewski TUE. 5/15 8:15a.m. Robert and Grace Peiffer WED. 5/16 8:15a.m. Mary Rattigan

THU. 5/17 8:15a.m. Audrey Stolar FRI: 5/18 8:15a.m. Loretta Komorowski SAT. 5/19 8:15a.m. Marilyn Stalma SUN. 5/20 8:30a.m. Frank Ceparski

11:00a.m. Hubert Liedigk (Anniv) and Florence Jagielski) Swigonski


TUE: 5/15 6:00p.m. Handwork/Craft Group-Hospitality Rm 6:30p.m. Scripture Study-Atrium

WED: 5/16 7:00a.m. Adoration

7:00p.m. Choir Rehearsal-Choir Room THU: 5/17 5:00p.m. Bingo-PAC

SAT: 5/19 8:30a.m. HS Senior Graduate Mass

Breakfast to follow (RSVP required) 3:30p.m. Confessions


Sunday: Acts 1:1-11/Ps 47:2-3, 6-7, 8-9 [6]/Eph 1:17- 23 or Eph 4:1-13 or 4:1-7, 11-13/Mk 16:15-20 Monday: Acts 1:15-17, 20-26/Ps 113:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8

[8]/Jn 15:9-17

Tuesday: Acts 20:17-27/Ps 68:10-11, 20-21 [33a]/Jn 17:1-11a

Wednesday: Acts 20:28-38/Ps 68: 29-30, 33-35a, 35bc-36ab [33a]/Jn 17:11b-19

Thursday: Acts 22:30; 23:6-11/Ps 16:1-2a and 5, 7-8, 9- 10, 11 [1]/Jn 17:20-26

Friday: Acts 25:13b-21/Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab [19a]/Jn 21:15-19

Saturday: Morning: Acts 28:16-20, 30-31/Ps 11:4, 5 and 7 [7b]/Jn 21:20-25

DIOCESAN HOMESCHOOLING MASS AND GRADUATION Are you a Catholic homeschooling family in the Toledo diocese?

Then please join us at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral in Toledo for our 14th Annual Diocesan Homeschooling Mass and Graduation.

Reverend Monsignor William J. Kubacki will be celebrating our Mass.

It's a wonderful evening of prayer, fellowship, food and fun! Please bring a finger-food dish to share for the reception immediately following the Mass.

If you have a student who will be graduating 8th grade, or a graduating high school senior, and would like your graduate to participate in the ceremony after the Mass, please email Lisa-Ann Brickner at oyc81@yahoo.com by May 25th.


Due to the upcoming Memorial holiday, the bulletin deadline has changed. Please make note: For the weekend bulletin for June 2 and 3, all articles must be in the Parish Office on Monday, May 21, by noon. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


We are called to be missionaries. Jesus said to his disciples:

"Go into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature." Proclaiming the Gospel means looking out at my brothers and sisters and choosing to walk with them on their journey of life. It means having a listening, loving presence that allows the Holy Spirit to work in and through us. In this way we can show them-not only in speech, but in action-the difference a relationship with God and a life of faith really makes. Even though Jesus has ascended to the Father, he still remains with us helping us proclaim the mission of the Gospel. Are we willing to allow him to do so?


from the beginning you have chosen to entrust the human person to mothers in a special way.

We thank and praise you for the gift of mothers;

for their tenderness, care, and compassion, for their intuition and encouragement, for commitment and sacrifice.

Bless all mothers this day.

Keep, strengthen, and refresh them in your loving care.

May they be blessed by your open- hearted

love and gratitude.



Once again this year, our diocese will celebrate wedding anniversaries of parishioners married for 25, 40, 50, 60 and 60-plus years of marriage. Bishop Daniel Thomas will preside for the Order of Blessing Married Couples within Holy Mass on Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. at Our Lady Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral. Please encourage your parishioners to attend and be honored for their commitment to the Sacrament of Matrimony.

Registration is open now and will continue until October 8.

Couples may register for the Anniversary celebration by calling the Parish Office at 419-666-1393 or using the Google form at this link: [toledoanniversarymass.org]



Liturgical Ministers

LECTOR SCHEDULE FOR 5/19-5/20 4:30pm ... Paula Davis

8:30am ... Ken Gwozdz 11:00am ... Dave Weaks


4:30pm ... Jewel Minarcin, Jayne Rajner, Matt Frisbee 8:30am ... Megan Orzechowski, Nick Orzechowski, Wendy Jakubec

11:00am ... Carol Lorenzen, Sue Bruning, Barb Richards


Rosemarie Hollerbach

HOSPICE OF NORTHWEST OHIO 5/20 Marcia Staczek and Carol Lorenzen SERVERS SCHEDULE FOR 5/19-5/20

4:30pm ... Cadence Stacy-Dell, Kenny Long, Timmy Long 8:30am ... Maribella Coatney, Trevor Wayne, Carter Williams 11:00am ... Clare Logan, Madeline Logan, Nate Bill

CANTOR SCHEDULE FOR 5/19-5/20 4:30pm ... Ann Heban

8:30am ... Cathleen Voyles Baden 11:00am ... Tony Smoktonowicz


PJ Nawrocki, Dan Ello, Andrea Zimmerman, Brian Gahn, Kathy Brown, Jim Martis, Patty Roman, Mike Kulakowski, Julie Kulakowski Take-Down: Tim Yackee, Dayco Thornton, Jason Mahaffy, and Tracy Schaefer

Families with incoming kindergarten students, our Kindergarten Screening is this coming Friday, May 18. Our current kindergarten students will not be in session that day.

We honor our 8th grade students with our Pins and Ribbons Mass, breakfast and ceremony on Friday, May 18. Please keep these students in your prayers and they finish their time here at ASCS and journey onto high school.

Happy Mother's Day to all of our school and parish mothers, grandmothers and to the many who love, care, guide and teach children. Have a blessed day and week!

All Saints Daily Draw (ASDD) Winners:

Monday, April 23 ... Yackee Family Tuesday, April 24 ... Jenny Massie Wednesday, April 25 ... Row Robesow Thursday, April 26... Natalie Treier Friday, April 27 ... Tony Burek Saturday, April 28 ... Tara Bires Sunday, April 29 ... Katie LaPlant


Living Stewardship Now Explore the opportunities in your parish for praying with others: prayer groups, Eucharistic Adoration, rosary group. Praying together can strengthen

the habit of personal prayer.

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ALL SAINTS ANNUAL GOLF OUTING The 2018 All Saints Golf Outing is Saturday, June 23, at the Chippewa Golf Club located at 23550 State Rt #579 in Curtice, Ohio. The outing is an 18 hole 4-person scramble. Tee time is 9 a.m.

Anyone interested in having a team needs to

contact Jonathan Reitz at 419-481-1771 or email him at jonathanreitz23@gmail.com. Early registration by Friday, June 1: Payment will be $60 per player and $240 per team.

After Friday, June 1: Payment will be raised to $65 per player and $260 per team. The outing is hosted by All Saints Catholic Church and K of C Council #5139. The Final deadline to enter with payment in full is Friday, June 8, 2018.

Thank you for your financial sacrifice!

“Preserving Our Legacy of Faith”


Original Loan Principal (August 30, 2017) .... $ 829,191.00 Payments applied directly to principal

Sept. 2017—Mar. 2018 principal paid……… $ 420,972.43 April 2018 principal from mortgage payment ... $ 11,976.01 April additional principal payment……….. $ 129,802.56 Principal Balance—04/29/18 ... $266,440.00

Total Pledges received to date ... $995,788.26 Number of pledges received to date……… 346 Percentage of Goal Achieved ……… 95.13%

Monthly Mortgage Payment ... $ 13,036.74 Your contribution is greatly appreciated.

Sunday, 5/6/2018

Envelopes (196) ... $ 7,504.00 Loose Offering ... $ 597.00 Electronic Giving (5th & 20th of the month) ... $ 2,017.50 Online Giving ... $ 555.00 Sunday Off. Mailed, Dropped off, Stock Trans .... $ 1,585.00 Total Sunday Offering ... $ 12,258.50 Amount Budgeted for Weekly Offering ... $ 10,740.00 Sunday Offerings (Fiscal YTD) ... $ 445,543.60 Sunday Offerings (Budget YTD) ... $ 483,300.00 Amount Over/(Short) YTD ... $ (37,756.40) All Saints Debt Fund (Non-Pledged) ... $ 450.00

ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE AND DAY OF RECOLLECTION The 60th Annual Pilgrimage and Day of Recollection at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation, Carey, Ohio will be Wednesday, May 16, 2018. For more information and reservations call Cathy Lambert at 419-693-6451 (home) or 419-343-2967 (cell). If you leave a message please say

“Carey Call”. Thank you.


The following parishioners have achieved academic honors for third quarters: Second Honors: Jenna Reichert and Sabra Szavuly. Third Honors: Reagan Root. Congratulations!


The Parish Office will be closed Monday, May 28, to observe the Memorial Day Holiday. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Memorial Day Mass will be at 9 a.m. on Monday, May 28



Eucharistic Adoration is held every Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. in our Chapel.Everyone is welcome. Happy Mother’s Day! “ When the Angel Gabriel appeared to Mary and invited her to become “the mother of the Most High,”

she accepted the invitation, and as a result, she gave us the Holy Eucharist. Except for Mary, there would be no incarnation, and thus, there would be no Eucharist. Why not? Because the Eucharist is the incarnate Son of God, now on earth in the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar.” (Fr. John Hardon, S.J.) We need Adorer(s) for the 4-5 p.m. hour.


All Saints Adult Faith Formation Team (AFF) hosts a weekly group session to prepare for Sunday Liturgy. For these sessions, we use a variety of resources to meditate more deeply on the Sunday readings. Please join us on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. (usually in the Steinbauer Community

Room—SCR). Some of these resources can also be used by individuals at home. For prayerful preparation at home during the week before Sunday Mass, visit liturgy.slu.edu.

Reflecting on the spirituality of the scriptures before Mass can have a great impact on hearing the Word proclaimed on Sunday. For information on the free website from The Center for Liturgy at Saint Louis University, pick up a flyer in the

magazine rack. MAGAZINE RACK

Did you know there is a magazine rack in the narthex across from the Parish Office?

There are a variety of Catholic periodicals and newspapers such as Our Sunday Visitor and National Catholic Register available for you to take home and read. There is also information pertaining to All Saints Church and School and Care Notes to help in difficult circumstances.

Information on Diocesan activities, and missions, religious life updates are also in the magazine rack. Prayer cards and pamphlets about our Catholic religion are waiting for you.

Please stop and check out the magazine rack. You might be pleasantly surprised!

PARISH RELIGION EDUCATION PROGRAM (PREP) CATECHESIS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (CGS) It is time to register for the 2018-2019 religious education programs for our children not in Catholic schools. PREP (Grades 2-8) meets on Sunday mornings beginning with 8:30 a.m.

Mass followed by a time of learning until 10:45 a.m.

Children in Kindergarten and Grade 1 meet on Tuesdays from 4:30—6 p.m. and experience the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) in the atrium. To register your child/

ren please fill out the blue registration form that can be found in the magazine rack, and return to the Parish Office.

Deadline for early registration is May 31, 2018.

CARING COOKS All Saints Caring Cooks will prepare and deliver meals to fellow parishioners for up to one month at a time. Who do we serve?

Persons recovering from an illness, those who have recently been hospitalized, mothers who just had a baby, families who have suffered some catastrophic event such as a fire, and

persons suffering from long term illness. There is no charge for this service...it’s simply a way for parishioners to help fellow parishioners. To schedule meals through Caring Cooks or serve as a Caring Cooks volunteer, email Jenny Yost at jjttlyost@sbcglobal.net or call her at 419-215-4818.

SAVE THE DATE ~ ALL SAINTS FESTIVAL The festival this year is on Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28. If you are interested in volunteering please call the Parish Office. Please watch bulletins for more information.

DONATIONS NEEDED FOR FESTIVAL BOOTHS The festival committee is looking for new/

unopened items for our Plush/Toy, Sports Booths. (basketballs, footballs,

sports memorabilia, toys, dolls etc.). Please bring your donations to the Parish Office during regular office hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Thank you in advance for your generosity. PRAYER BLANKETS

Just a reminder to our parishioners that there are blessed Prayer Blankets in the Hospitality Room off the narthex for you to take and give to someone you know who is having a difficult time in their life. Please sign the recipient’s name in the book so they will be remembered in our prayers. Gifts of colorful fleece material and donations for sewing supplies are always appreciated. Thank you.

Judee Nelson from Liturgical Publications, our bulletin printer, will be in our office the week of June 11, securing new ads for our bulletin. Please consider purchasing an ad, sponsoring a charity, or in Memory of a Loved One. Your participation makes our bulletin successful, and you attract customers!

ATTENTION SINGLES AND COUPLES 50 AND OVER If you are single and over the age of 50, a group of parishioners are beginning a fellowship group that will meet once a month for dinner. The next dinner gathering is at Smoky’s on Woodville and Sunshine on Tuesday, June 5 at 7 p.m. If you are interested in attending, please contact Dan Ello at 419-944-9732 or Darlene Walkowiak at 419-376 -3467 to make your reservation.


It’s that time of year again. Pierogi making for our festival will begin Monday, June 4. We will peel and cook potatoes at 8 a.m. in the school kitchen. Pierogi assembly and cooking will begin at 6 p.m. in the McAlear Center. ALL are welcome to join the camaraderie with fellow parishioners!



We are asked to contribute as generously as we can, in relation to what God has so graciously given to us. It’s not too late to return your pledge envelope. 100% of funds over our parish goal of $31,700 will be rebated back to our parish. As of May 7 parishioners have pledged $14,015.00 to the ACA.

We are at 44.21% of our parish goal.


It is the policy of the Diocese of Toledo that the only election materials to be shared through the parishes and diocesan institutions are those that come directly from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Ohio Catholic Conference or our own diocesan Chancery. Information left in our buildings or on windshields that is not from the abovementioned sources is not endorsed by the Diocese of Toledo, its parishes or institutions.

For information from the Catholic Conference of Ohio on Ohio Ballot Issue 1 and Making Moral Choices in Voting, you will find copies in the magazine rack in the narthex or visit


Join Fr. Kent Kaufman for a

Holy Land Pilgrimage

October 18 - 28, 2018

Have you ever wanted to walk in the footsteps of our Lord Jesus? To pray the Stations of the Cross on the Via Dolorosa? To visit the room in which Jesus celebrated His Last Supper and instituted the Holy Eucharist? To “watch with our Lord” for one hour in the Garden of Olives? To stand in the spot where the Blessed Mother watched her Son give His life on the Cross for us? For more info or to join c o n t a c t M a g g i e a t 4 1 9 - 2 9 0 - 8 7 8 2 o r m a g g i e @ c a t h o l i c f a i t h j o u r n e y s . c o m o r v i s i t CatholicFaithJourneys.com


The All Saints knitting/crocheting group meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday through the month of May. A small group of knitters and crocheters get together twice a month to work on projects, laugh, talk and learn from each other. Our next gathering will be Tuesday, May 15, at 6:00 p.m. in the Hospitality Room. We look forward to seeing new faces!

CHICKEN PAPRIKAS DINNER The Northwood Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will be having a Chicken Paprikas dinner on Sunday, May 20, from noon til 5 p.m. at 2100 Tracy Rd. Dinner includes: 1/2 Chicken, paprikas noodles, green beans, dessert, bread and beverage if dining in. Cost of the dinner is: $9.00.

Carry-outs are available.


We are proud to introduce ourselves as the “Bethlehem Christian Families”, from the Holy Land. We have come to the United States representing the Christian wood carvers of Bethlehem that rely on the tourism to support their families.

Due to the bad situation and the interruption of the tourist trade, 500 families of the Holy Land are in danger of having to leave their homes in search of work. Our mission is to bring and sell the Olive Wood Carvings to Catholic Churches in the United States to help the Christian families remain in their homes and support their families. These Christians who make their livelihood through the selling of their hand carved Olive Wood religious items are depending on us to bring these beautiful carvings, such as, Nativity Scenes, Crucifixes, Picture of the Last Supper, and several other religious items to you.

Please look over these carvings that are available to you on the weekend of June 2 and 3, 2018, and help support this self-help project that enables to keep the Christians present in the Holy Land. Your help and understanding in this crucial matter is greatly appreciated.


ENCOURAGE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF SCRIPTURE The Ascension is an interesting feast when you think about it. We celebrate Jesus leaving! Jesus' first departure from the earth was sudden and unexpected, at least to his followers. That Good Friday departure was characterized by sorrow, confusion, and loss. This departure has a different feel: anticipation.

Today's Gospel is full of the mighty deeds Jesus predicts for his followers. "In my name they will drive out demons, they will speak new languages. They will pick up serpents [with their hands], and if they drink any deadly thing it will not harm them. They will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover." Mark's account of the Ascension is abrupt and succinct. "Then the Lord Jesus, after he spoke to them, was taken up into heaven." Jesus ascends and the Apostles go.

"But they went forth and preached everywhere." The real moment likely had a bit of lag time. Realistically, the Apostles had quite the task in front of them. Can you imagine those first few moments on the hilltop after Jesus disappeared, as the Apostles met each other's eyes? "This is it. He really is gone this time. It's up to us now."

Mark's abrupt transition from Ascension to action makes his meaning clear. The Ascension isn't just about Jesus. It's about us. Are we ready to go? Are we ready to be commissioned? This is the heart of the Ascension message - Jesus leaves so we can go. We might not "go into the whole world," but we all live in a corner of it. The command to

"proclaim the Gospel" isn't a call for everyone to be formal preachers of the Word. We do, however, proclaim our beliefs with the way we live our lives. Do our lives proclaim Easter joy?

ALL SAINTS PARISH ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE With Spring upon us, many will begin spring cleaning.

Remember our annual All Saints Parish Rummage Sale. This year, the rummage sale is scheduled for Thursday, July 12, Friday, July 13, and Saturday, July 14. We will begin collecting your gently used, clean items and electronics in good working order, on Tuesday, July 3, through Tuesday,

July 10, in the McAlear Center. There is no collection Wednesday, July 4. We can not accept the following items: large, older microwaves, computers, typewriters, exercise equipment, older electronics, older furniture, Christmas trees, encyclopedias and dictionaries. Volunteers are needed during drop off times to help sort and price items, and during the rummage sale. Please call Theresa at 419-666-0915.


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