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1 Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church May 1, 2016

2 OUR LADY OF VICTORY PAGE 2 NORTHVILLE, MICHIGAN OUR LADY OF VICTORY CATHOLIC CHURCH 133 Orchard Drive Northville, Michigan Phone: (248) Fax: (248) OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-noon, 1:00-5:00 p.m. MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday-5:00 p.m., Sunday-7:30, 9:30 & 11:30 a.m. Monday-7:00 p.m., Wednesday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. RECONCILIATION SCHEDULE: Saturday, 3:30 p.m. MISSION STATEMENT As Disciples of Jesus Christ, we are a giving, growing Catholic family. Through the intercession of Mary, we pray, we worship, we serve and we educate in Faith. CLERGY Rev. Denis B. Theroux, Ext. 255 Weekend Clergy Associate: Rev. Dennis Kauffman Deacon: Ken Fry Ext. 479 PASTORAL ASSOCIATE Kathryn Ling, Ext. 254 MUSIC MINISTRY Kathy Sanderson, Ext. 261 PARISH OFFICE Secretary Janet Baker, Ext. 250 Administrative Assistant Colleen Bonadeo, Ext. 292 Parish Administrator Julie Lupo, Ext. 257 Parish Accountant Ellen McElroy, Ext. 259 Communications Coordinator Michelle Gawne, Maintenance Coordinator Bob Larson, Ext. 266 Maintenance Rocky Tarrow Rick Tarrow Ed Isabell Technology Director Ken Ling, Ext. 251 PARISH STAFF & MINISTRY CONTACT INFORMATION COLLABORATION PARTNER PARISHES Holy Family, Meadowbrook Rd., Novi, (248) , St. James, W. 10 Mile Rd., Novi, (248) , St. Joseph, 830 S. LafayeUe St., South Lyon, (248) , CHRISTIAN SERVICE COORDINATOR Nancy Tolkacz, Ext. 258 Tina Bak, Activities Committee Cheryl Bauman, (248) Cathy McCann, (248) Funeral Lunch Ministry Contact Parish Office (248) Gospel of Life Merri Cullen, (248) Knights of Columbus Rick Bennett, (248) Meal Ministry Karen Martin, (248) Jennifer Mullan, (248) Prison Ministry June Clark (734) Sewing Ministry Beth Ajlouni, Andrea Murdock, (248) St. Vincent de Paul Conference #437 Ext. 478 Special Needs Outreach Pat Romzek, (248) Karen Schmid, (734) St. Leo s Outreach Tony Albanese, (248) FAITH FORMATION (248) Fax: (248) Director Mary Ellen Skene, Ext. 112 Secretary Ellen O Neil, Ext. 116 PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL, Tim Cencer Tracy DeCrescentis Eric Fox, Vice Chairperson (586) Ann Gage (248) Bob Langan Karen Martin (248) Lisa Militello Kathryn Piotrowski, Chairperson (248) Catherine Rabahy Vince Stempien, Secretary (248) PARISH CREDIT UNION Catholic Vantage Financial (734) EVANGELIZATION COMMITTEE Laura Droze, HEALTH & WELLNESS MINISTRY Molly Griffin, MOMS IN TOUCH PRAYER GROUP Carolyn Spencer, (248) STEPHEN MINISTRY Confidential Ministry of Support Ext. 482 OLV SCHOOL (248) Fax: (248) Principal Ext. 110 Administrative Assistant Lisa Daigneau, Ext. 108 Secretary Mary Lopus, Ext. 115 School Counselor Nadine Langley, Ext. 119 SCRIP, Ext. 477

3 SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER PAGE 3 MAY 1, 2016 On the Same Page Dear Friends, Next Sunday, May 8, we will celebrate the Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord. If you Rev. Denis B. Theroux, Pastor remember, a number of years ago, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, made the decision The Sixth Sunday of Easter that, for pastoral reasons, a Diocese could move the Solemnity from a Thursday to a Sunday. The reality of Jesus Ascension is so important that the creeds of Christian Communities all affirm, in the words of the Apostles' Creed, that "He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead and his kingdom will have no end. The denial of the Ascension is as grave a departure from ChrisYan teaching as is denial of Christ's ResurrecYon. Jesus bodily Ascension foreshadows our own entrance into Heaven not simply as souls, a^er our death, but as glorified bodies, a^er the resurrecyon of the dead at the Final Judgment. In redeeming humankind, Jesus not only offered salvayon to our souls but began the restorayon of the material world itself to the glory that God intended before Adam's fall. Next weekend, we also will begin our annual celebrafons with our children receiving the Eucharist for the First Time! With the number of children that we have receiving Eucharist this year, we will have four Masses for this special event. As I have done over the past years, this again, I share with you some memories of First Communion! The following remembrances were wriuen in an arycle that I read in America Magazine in I enjoyed them, and hope that you will enjoy too! The morning of my first Communion, I remember waking up at 4 o clock and waking up my mother. She said, Elissa, it s four o clock! We don t have to get up yet. I said, But Mommy, if I get ready now, I can get to receive Communion sooner. The sisters taught us that this was really Jesus. It was a very excimng moment in my life. [Years later, aper I had abandoned religion] a friend invited me to a retreat with her church community, and the experience I had in my first Communion came back. Everything flooded back. Christ was real. God was real. And you finally understood that God loved you. Last year my niece was geung ready to make her first Communion. About three weeks before, we were at Mass together and she walked up to communion with me and held my hand. When we got to the back of the church she grabbed my arm and she said, Aunt Claudia, I can t wait for my Communion! It really flashed back to my own sense of I want this, I can t wait for this. I remember my first Communion very well. In those days we had to fast from midnight. And the sisters used to cover the water fountains in school so the kids wouldn t take a drink by mistake before Mass in the morning to remind you, you know, in case Sister wasn t looking and you wandered down the hall, you d bever not take a drink. Things like that seem funny now, though they were so very, very important to us. You really wanted to do it right. Reprinted with permission America Magazine by Carole Garibaldi Rogers. May 10,2004 As I offer our children the gi^ of the Eucharist, I pray that each of us can celebrate each Sunday s Eucharist with the love, awe and anycipayon that children, past and present, experience during their First Communion Mass. Please hold our children in your thoughts and prayers over these next few weeks, and pray that this experience will be a source of hope and strength all the days of their lives. God s Blessing, Father Denis OLV Alzheimer s Support Group We meet each month on the second Saturday from 10-11:00 a.m., in the Catherine McAuley Room. All are welcome to attend and participate at the level they are comfortable. Due to First Communion Masses in May, our next meeting will be Sunday, May 15. This support group provides a confidential place to process your thoughts, and to share information and experiences. Those attending may be living with Alzheimer's disease themselves, giving care to another or may have relatives or friends who have Alzheimer's disease or other related dementia. Do You Fluently Speak a Foreign Language? Such as.arabic, Gaelic, Latin, Russian, Armenian, German, Italian, Spanish, Chaldean, Greek, Maltese, Tagalog, Dutch, Hawaiian, Polish, Ukrainian, Estonian, Hungarian, Portuguese, Vietnamese, French, Japanese, Romanian Celebrate the Birth of the Catholic Church in a very special way. I am hoping that we can once, again proclaim the first reading of Pentecost Sunday (May 15) in different languages! I invite parishioners to share your gi^ of language by proclaiming the Word of God from the Acts of the Apostles (Act 2:1-11) in a foreign language (one of the the above or different foreign language). Would you like to parycipate in this tradiyon here at OLV? Will you share the gi^ of your own language proclaiming the Pentecost readings for the first Yme? If you are interested in reading at one of the Masses on Pentecost Sunday (May 14/15), in any foreign language, please contact the Parish Office at or (248) All ages are welcome! Let us know the language you speak and the Mass, at which you would like to read.

4 OUR LADY OF VICTORY PAGE 4 NORTHVILLE, MICHIGAN Jesus gives his apostles his last instructions before his Kathryn s Ascension, just as parents give instructions to a babysitter Konnection before going out for an evening. Jesus assures them that he will send the Holy Spirit who will help them continue the Kathryn Ling, Pastoral message of love. We sing O Breathe on Me Breath of Associate God in anticipation of the coming of the Holy Spirit Today, we celebrate the Sixth Sunday in Easter. It calling for the strength to walk the way of love. The word is difficult to believe that we are coming near to the end of breath or wind in Hebrew of Greek is used for the word spirit. In this hymn, we are asking the Holy Spirit to breathe renewal of life in the Easter Season. During the Easter Season, our first reading has come the Book of Acts, the second volume of Luke s Gospel. After the Feast of Pentecost, our first reading will return to the Old Testament. The following reflection is taken from Foundations for Preaching and Teaching 2016, from Liturgy Training Publications. Sometimes it takes a while for Church leaders to catch up with what God is doing among them. And, when it comes to a matter of great contention, even the saints may disagree about the details of what has happened. Thus, Luke s account of the Apostolic Council in Jerusalem in Acts 15:1-35 agree only in part with Galatians 2:1-14, Paul s rendition of the same events. The narrative we hear today from Acts, recounts what theologian Karl Rahner called one of the three key moments in the life of the Church. (The first was the events of the Life-Death-Resurrection of Jesus and the third was the Second Vatican Council which for the first time, brought representatives of the whole Catholic world together to discern authoritatively God s will for their time.) Our reading is actually an abbreviated account, stating the problem and its solution while skipping over the actual meeting at which it was debated and the gathered Church discerned the will of God. The problem was that some, acting without the full backing of the community, demanded that converts become fully-practicing Jews, expressed and symbolized by circumcision. The key to the solution was that the faithful gathered and listened to one another s experience of God working among them. Once they could appreciate God s presence in their diverse mission experiences, they could come to such an agreement that they described by saying. It is the decision of the Holy Spirit and of us... That is an absolutely astounding statement either the product of unmitigated presumption or its opposite, a profound belief that God was showing them a way beyond their own opinions or preferences. Their faith conviction, and the evidence Luke gives for it, was based on the fact that they did not hide from conflict, that no one claimed absolute authority, and they were willing to let their opinions be changed. Karl Rahner asserted that because they followed the lead of the Spirit, Christianity became a world religion instead of restricting itself to being a sect of first-century Judaism. I used this reflection because it talks about being open to truly listening to another person s experience and being open to possibility of changing our opinion. So often we hear the person but do not listen and we have already made up our mind that their thoughts, experiences can not have value and worth. If the first disciples had held to their opinion or belief WE would not be here. Christ into us. This hymn was written by Edwin Hatch, a very learned and scholarly man, who had a sincere and pure devotion to the Holy Spirit. The simple single syllable text belies the education of Hatch who was a lecturer of ecclesiastical history at Oxford and professor of classics at Trinity College in Quebec, Canada. Hatch contributed only a few hymns to hymnody, but Breathe on Me Breath of God has been published in hundreds of hymnals since The original hymn tune was TRENTHAM composed by Robert Jackson, named after a town in Staffordshire, England, but our version is set to ST. COLUMBA. Kathy Sanderson, Music Director OLV HEALTH & WELLNESS MINISTRY Allergies Source: Living Right-Your Health and Wellness Awareness BulleMn, April, J. J. Allergies are an overreacyon of the immune system to substances that do not affect other individuals. These substances, called allergens, can cause sneezing, coughing, and itching. The strongest risk factor for developing allergies is family history. A child is more likely to develop allergies if one or both parents have them. An allergic reacyon can occur a^er exposure to a number of common substances. Pollen, mold and dust may cause hay fever, which brings about sneezing, a stuffy nose and itchy eyes. Similar symptoms may occur when a person who is allergic to animal dander comes into contact with cats or dogs. Chain ReacFon Allergic reacyons occur when the body s immune system mistakes an otherwise harmless substance for an invader. The body overreacts and goes into auack mode, releasing chemicals that bring about allergy symptoms: This reacyon has its beginnings in the sensiyzayon stage: An encounter with an allergen causes a change in the immune system. The body marks the allergen as dangerous and anybodies are developed to detect it. The immune system is now ready to react the next Yme exposure occurs. When the allergen enters the body, special cells are acyvated. These cells trigger the release of histamine, leukotrienes, and other chemicals, bringing about a runny, stuffy and itchy nose and throat, mucous, cough and wheezing. Eczema can be linked to allergies Allergies do more than make a person sneeze and cough. They have also been associated with a chronic, itchy skin rash. Eczema, or atopic dermayys, is a skin condiyon with symptoms including dry, itchy skin and rashes behind the knees, on the hands and feet, inside the elbows and on the face. Symptoms might change over Yme, as the rash flares up and then improves. Eczema is most common in babies and children, and a child with parents who have seasonal allergies is more likely to develop the condiyon. A child with eczema is more likely to develop food allergies, asthma, and hay fever. Certain irritants (such as soaps, cleaners, perfumes and cigareue smoke) and allergens (including dust mites, mold and pollen) can make eczema worse. A person may get contact eczema when the skin touches an allergy-causing substance. While there is no test to check for eczema, your doctor may recommend you be tested for allergies by a dermatologist or allergist. Easing eczema: Stay away from triggers, such as scented soaps or perfumes. Use moisturizer, a^er a shower or bath. Soothe itchy skin with a cold compress. Choose clothing made from couon.

5 SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER PAGE 5 MAY 1, 2016 OLV St. Vincent de Paul Society Conference #437 St. Vincent de Paul tells us: It is our vocation to set people s hearts ablaze, to do what the Son of God did, who came to light a fire on earth in order to set it aflame with His love. It is not enough for me to love God if my neighbor does not love him. I must love my neighbor as the image of God and object of His love. Our next meeting is Tuesday, May 10, at 7 p.m. Martha Mary Room Christian Service by Nancy Tolkacz Volunteer Appreciation Dinner: Thank You! Thank you to all who auended the dinner on Saturday, April 16. I hope you had like a good Yme! A special thank you to Good Time Party Store for supplying the drinks, Big Tommy s Parthenon for the outstanding food, Rock Out Entertainment for providing the music and Memory Box photo booth for the lasyng memories. For all those volunteers who could not make it this year, we missed you and hope you can join us next year. You are all beacons of light in our parish and we are truly grateful. See more pictures on the website. Civic Concern Food Drive Our targeted items for the month of MAY include: laundry soap 64 oz or less, dish soap, glass & disinfectant cleaners, canned meat, canned fruit and cereal. Remember Michigan Bridge cards will not cover the purchases of paper products so toilet paper, paper towel, and kleenex boxes are constantly in demand. Please contact Civic Concern directly if you wish to donate fresh fruits and vegetables. (248) Great Big Thank You! Thank you to the SYtching BusyBodies for sewing the blue handicap signs for the church and especially Ginny Ferrara for sewing over one hundred chair covers for our funeral luncheon ministry. We are so blessed to have the sewing ministry in our parish and all the wonderful ladies who let their talents shine. The SYtching Busybodies meet the first and third Thursday of each month from 9:15 a.m-noon, in the St. Anne Room which is in the lower level of the church. The meefng dates in May are May 5 and 19. If you are thinking of joining, drop in and check out their many projects and workspace. Camp Ozanam Openings Our parish St. Vincent de Paul Conference is blessed to share an opportunity with families struggling financially or suffering some other hardship, with children between the ages of 8 and 14. If this applies, we would ike to offer your child(ren) the opportunity to auend Camp Ozanam this summer for FREE. Camp Ozanam provides children the chance to experience a free week of summer residenyal camping, while enjoying the great outdoors as they develop a closer relayonship with our Lord. Please contact the ChrisYan Service Office at (248) for more informayon. 9th Annual Type One Diabetes NaFon Summit Saturday, May 14, FREE The 9th Annual TypeOneNaYon Summit will be held Saturday, May 14, at Wayne County Community College (Belleville), 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. This event is designed for all persons effected by type 1 diabetes, their care providers (family and friends) and the medical care community. Join us for a day of EducaYon, InformaYon and InspiraYon! TypeOneNaYon is JDRF s vibrant social network for people with type 1 diabetes, their families and friends. Talk to experts about research advances, meet with other auendees to exchange ideas, and parycipate in discussions important to you. Please register online at Carrier Food Drive is Saturday, May 14 Civic Concern is in need of many volunteers to make this year s LeUer Carrier Food Drive a success. Marlene is in need of drivers to go door to door to pick up the canned goods and volunteers to sort, date and package the canned goods. Most of the work is done outside so dress for the weather. There are four shi^s available 11 a.m.-1 p.m., 1-3 p.m.,3-5 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. Please call Civic Concern, if you are able to volunteer for a two hour shi^ at (248) Many hands make light work. Please help lessen the load. If you are unable to physically help, please consider donayng food items and/or praying for the success of the event. Save the Date! St. Vincent de Paul Auction & Dinner Scheduled for Saturday, October 8 Our St. Vincent de Paul conference will be hosyng its first annual aucyon and dinner. Tickets go on sale in September! More details will be forthcoming. AAA Pregnancy Center Needs Volunteers for their Race For Life Event AAA pregnancy center is looking for volunteers to pass out water to runners, direct traffic in the parking lot and to wash tables in the All U Can Eat Flying Flapjacks area on Saturday, May 14, Please call Crystal Squire at (734) , if you are able to help. The race is at Nankin Mills in Hines Park.

6 OUR LADY OF VICTORY PAGE 6 Our Lady of Victory School News Hello from Kindergarten Mrs. Horger, Kindergarten Teacher The students in room 103 are having an exciting and very busy kindergarten year. We are working hard on reading and writing skills, and learning about money and measuring in math. Science is especially awesome this time of year! We are studying plants and animals, and learning what plants need in order to grow. We planted sunflower seeds and predicted how long it will take for them to sprout. We are waiting for caterpillars to arrive, so we can learn more about that big word-metamorphosis-as we observe how the caterpillars make a complete change into butterflies. During Earth Week, we learned how to take care of this beautiful planet God gave us. Picking up litter, recycling, and turning the water off when we brush, are all ways we can help the earth. We are learning to be responsible kindergartners by finding lots of ways to take care of all the gifts God gave us. Registration for Faith Formation Registration for next year s program will begin next month. This is a little later than usual as we accommodate a change in the program we use to track our families, scheduling, volunteers, etc. The program will begin the week of Monday, September 12. CLOW and Christ the Good Shepherd Preschool program will begin October 2. We service families with 3 1/2 to 5 year old students during our Sunday, 9:30 a.m. preschool program, students in grades one through eight during either the Monday at 4:45-6:00 p.m. or 6:30-7:45 p.m., and Tuesday from 4:45-6:00 p.m. sessions. In addition we will be offering the Christ the Good Shepherd program on Mondays from 4:45-6:00 p.m., in the atrium for all four and five year olds! If you have not previously been in the Faith Formation program, we invite you to call our office so that we can enter you into our distribution list. This will assure you of timely registration information in June. If you have a child who has not been baptized, received First Communion or not been in Faith Formation and are hoping to be Confirmed in the eighth grade, call the Faith Formation Office. We can assist you and your family in placing them in the program, catch them up with their peers and prepare them to celebrate the sacraments! Scripture Reflection In this weekend s gospel, Jesus is helping his disciples to understand that even though he would be leaving them soon, they would never be alone. He would send them someone the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, who would teach them everything and remind them of all that he had taught. It is hard to imagine that Jesus followers knew what was in store for them. The commitment to follow in his way would take them beyond anything they could fathom. It would bring joy, challenges, hardship, and in some cases even death. but above all peace. With the help of the Spirit, they remained true to the call and in the end true to their best self. MINUTE Ministerial Certification Chew and Chat, an introduction to the liturgical musician certification process, will be held at Sacred Heart Major Seminary this Wednesday, May 4. Those who devote themselves to professional ministry in the Archdiocese of Detroit have an obligation to proper formation and education. Gifts to the Catholic Services Appeal support the work of the Christian Worship Office, which coordinates the formation and certification of liturgical musicians in collaboration with the Department of Evangelization, Catechesis and Schools. For more information about this and other CSA-funded ministries, programs, and services, please go to It is not any easier in today s world to navigate through the many situations faced in everyday living. It is especially hard for children. They are faced with too many influences that make the decision making difficult at best. Should they stand up for those who are belittled or remain in solidarity with their friends? Do they take the short cuts that provide instant gratification and glory or take the long road that brings lifelong advantage? Parental influence is of the utmost importance in helping children know that there is a different way. A way of life that values love over division, justice over greed and the recognition that Jesus is to be found in the face of every person you meet. How are we to find the perseverance to search for his way every day? That for us as a people of faith rests and relies upon the help of the Holy Spirit. As parents, let the Spirit guide and inform the decisions you make for yourself and your children. Model what is possible! Jesus is there to help and will love you every step of the way! Mary Ellen Skene, Director

7 SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER PAGE 7 MAY 1, 2016 Attention: OLV Senior Citizens Our May Bus Trip is Thursday, May 12 We will visit the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral for the Pilgrimage of the Mercy Door for this Jubilee Year of Mercy. Then we will have a beautiful 7 course Russian Tea/Luncheon at the Royal Eagle Restaurant at the St. Sabbas Monastery, in Harper Woods. After lunch, we may walk the gardens of the Monastery. Due to the sacredness of the grounds, we are asked to silence cell phones and have proper attire. The cost will be $30 per person. We will leave OLV parking lot at 9:20 a.m. and return by 3:00 p.m. Any questions, please call Deb (248) To RSVP: Please complete the form below and send it with your payment of $30 cash or check (made payable to OLV) by Wednesday, May 4 to the OLV parish office - Attention: Senior Bus Trip, 133 Orchard Drive, Northville, MI Name(s) Phone number April Baptisms Brooklyn Christine Corsi Daughter of Anthony Corsi and Lauren Wilson Brett Brian Eller Son of Erik Eller and Kelly Carey Norah Ann Kennaw Daughter of Gary Lee Kennaw and Natalie Marie Pilarz Julia Lynn Knight Daughter of Timothy Knight and Maryann Jesih Zoey Adalynn Machak Son of Justin Machak and Stephanie Yuhasz Nicholas Alan Novara Son of Curt Novara and Nicole Ann Mead Connor James Petz Son of John Petz and Kelly Walro Grady Ryan Reitz Son of Greg Reitz and Emily Reid PRISON MINISTRY by June Clark Story from an Inmate My name is Denise. I am fifty years old and in prison for the third time. I am a drug addict. I was introduced to my religious volunteer in 2005 by a former inmate who was a dear friend. At the time of my first imprisonment, I was from Indiana and did not know a soul in Michigan. All of my family was at least three and a half hours away. I was not only scared but I was terribly alone. The volunteer told my friend to add her name to my list of approved visitors...gosh what list. I had none. However, I started a list with her name on it. She gave me hope when I had none. I can't begin to tell you how lonely and forgotten we prisoners can feel at times. Some of the prisoners have family but even they stop coming eventually. Many of the inmates are less fortunate and time here becomes unbearable. The walls close in and it is so frightening without someone to bring hope and talk about God's presence, love and forgiveness. Someone to tell me God cares. Often that is all we need to know. For more information about Prison Ministry, please call June Clark at (734) or Deacon Jim Ward (734) Connor Joseph Rizk Son of Joseph Rizk and Cristy Macek Samantha Rose Schall Daughter of Mark Schall and Julia Aldini Kelsey Ann Schemanske Daughter of Joe Schemanske and Rachel Van Steenis Lennon Jane Solon Daughter of Shawn Solon and Kristi Timar Jacob Thomas Zeigler Son of Michael Allen Zeigler and Laura Ann Trybuski Welcome New Parishioners! The Azzopardi Family Nicholas, Lauren and Jaxon OLV Dads Club Annual Golf Outing Sunday, June 5, Four Person Scramble ($600 per team) Tanglewood Golf Club, South Lyon - Shotgun Start at Noon Fee includes golf (with cart), box lunch, 2 drink tickets and dinner after golf. Prizes all day! Registration is now Open at Sponsorship and Advertising opportunities are available! Contact Mike Suiter at This is a fundraising event that benefits OLV!

8 OUR LADY OF VICTORY PAGE 8 NORTHVILLE, MICHIGAN Week at a Glance Monday, May 2 Rosary, 6:20 p.m. Mass, 7 p.m., Church Dads Club Meeting, 7 p.m., Cafeteria AA Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Fr. Ernie Tuesday, May 3 Bible Study, 10 a.m., McAuley Card Group, 1 p.m., Martha Mary Northville Strings, 6 p.m., St. Cecilia Health & Wellness Mtg, 7 p.m., Mary Wednesday, May 4 Rosary, 8:05 a.m. School Mass, 8:30 a.m., Church SCRIP Sales, 8:30 a.m., Gathering Space Last day to RSVP for Sr. Bus Trip Thursday, May 5 Rosary, 8:05 a.m. Mass, 8:30 a.m., Church Gospel Reflections, 9:15 a.m., St. John Sewing Group, 9:15 a.m., St. Anne Children s Choir, 4 p.m., Church NA Meeting, 7:00 p.m., Fr. Ernie Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p.m., Church Friday, May 6 Rosary, 8:05 a.m. Mass, 8:30 a.m., Church Eucharistic Adoration, 9:15 a.m., CH Adoration Closing, 4 p.m., CH Table for Two, 6 p.m., Fr. Ernie 1st Communion Rehearsal, 5 p.m., Church OLV Grade 7/8 Dance, 7 p.m., Gym Saturday, May 7 First Communion Mass, 9:30 a.m. First Communion Mass, 11:30 a.m. Reconciliation, 3:30 p.m. Mass, 5:00 p.m., Church Sunday, May 8 Happy Mother s Day Mass, 7:30 a.m., Church Mass/CLOW, 9:30 a.m., Church Mass/CLOW, 11:30 a.m., Church Monday Tuesday Readings of the Week: Sixth Sunday of Easter Saint Athanasius, Bishop and Doctor of the Church Acts 16:11-15; Ps 149:1b-2, 3-4, 5-6a, 9b; Jn 15:26 16:4a Saints Philip and James, Apostles 1 Cor 15:1-8; Ps 19:2-3, 4-5; Jn 14:6-14 Wednesday Acts 17:15, 22 18:1; Ps 148:1-2, 11-12, 13, 14; Jn 16:12-15 Thursday The Ascension of the Lord Acts 1:1-11; Ps 47:2-3, 6-7, 8-9; Eph 1:17-23 or Heb 9:24-28, 10:19-23; Lk 24:46-53 Friday Acts 18:9-18; Ps 47:2-3, 4-5, 6-7; Jn 16:20-23 Saturday Sunday Acts 18:23-28; Ps 47:2-3, 8-9, 10; Jn 16:23b-28 Seventh Sunday of Easter Acts 7:55-60; Ps 97:1-2, 6-7, 9; Rv 22:12-14, 16-17, 20; Jun 17:20-26 Always so much work to get done in the Spring! Don t forget to take some time for yourself! While flowers hibernate in the winter, they come to life again in the Spring. Sometimes our own issues get buried for the winter, but bloom again in the Spring. Getting paired with a trained STEPHEN MINISTER does not make your problems vanish. But, when shared, problems can see more manageable. Getting support is always a good Spring project! For information, please call our confidential line at (248) , ext KNIGHTLYNEWS Congratulations! Congratulations to all of our first communicants! Welcome into the unity of the Body of Christ. May the good Lord strengthen you and shine upon you! 6 th Annual OLV Victory 5k & Fun Run Saturday, June 4, OLV School Parking Lot Many volunteers are needed to make this event a fun filled morning for our students and Northville community! We need coordinators to organize the Sponsorship, Advertising, and Water Stations for this event. There are many opportuniyes to earn service hours while cheering on your favorite runner. Go to the sign-up link today: RegistraYon for all runners and walkers is now OPEN!! Go to for more informayon and to register online. Thank You OLV Family In Memoriam We remember and pray for the loved ones from our parish family who have entered eternal life: Judy Florio John and Dorothy Howell Memorial Service was 4/22/16 Charles Miracle Margaret Shields I want to thank my OLV Family for the many prayers offered for me during my rehabilitayon for knee replacement surgery during December and January. I received many cards and phone calls. The visitors that cam to Maple Manor were really appreciated. The OLV Meal Ministry brought such wonderful food. I am on the mend due to such kind and thoughrul people. May God Bless you all! - Sincerely, Martha Phillips

9 SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER PAGE 9 MAY 1, 2016 Those who need our prayers... Dear God, we place our worries in your hands. We place our sick under your care and humbly ask that you restore your servants to health once more. Please remember to keep in prayer Ilio Alessandri Steve Allen Jan Bailey Violet Basnec Laura Bohr Lisa Brandt Marsha Brown Gina Buchan Barbara Burbo Pat Bynum Mary Cameron Judy Chiodo Sue Coseo Paul Coleman Bob Crawford Penelope Culp Dave Dinkins Flora DiPardo Jeff Dueweke John Erickson Jane Folino Patrick Fries Candy Gardner Keith Geisler Roman Gribbs Dr. Werner Grunheid Betty Hardy Rosemary Hella Michelle Hirsh Mary Hoffman Elaine Horwath John Jerome Jeff Jorissen Richard Komendera Margaret Kramar Robert Kramar Lisa Kujawski Jennifer Kuphal Toni Lachowicz Margaret Lada Lucy LaRosa Eileen Lonsworth Louise Low Jennifer Lowe Jeff Luebke Joe Macura Mildred Madigan June Mahle Maggie McQuillan-Key Peter Militello Nora Miller James Maisano Mary Namath Tom Nieto Maddie Norton Sheila Marie O'Grady Tom O Meara Jr. Austin Outwater Patricia Outwater Warren Palmer Eleanor Pappas Patty Pilarz Barbara Place Jim Place Thomas Ripley Bernice Rosinski Marguerite Ross Agnes Rossiter Joe Sattler Eric Scherbarth Kacy Semma Connie Sheldon Joe Silveira Maureen Smejkal Darlene Sullivan Bernard Theroux Lorraine Theroux Patricia Thomas Shelley Trainor Walter Twiss John Vaderwouw Denise Weaver Christina Wheeler John Whelan Mavis Wurm Mary Yerman Names are kept on the list for four weeks. If you wish to add or remove a name, please call the Parish Office at (248) Pray For Those Who Serve in Reaching Our Military Our Potential Do you know s o m e o n e w h o i s serving in the military? Please call the Parish Office to add your loved one s name. Continue to pray for peace and for a lasting and peaceful solution to the world s conflicts. USN Patrick Antio CPT Barton Blackorby Sgt Jamie Bushman 2LT Daniel Courtney LT Michael Cullen SPC Tyler DeBozy MAJ David Faulk Daniel Giraud Sr. Airman Brian Hada LT John J Hamann CPT Jay Heide LTC Barbara Krause LT Daniel Kuriluk CPT Matthew Kuriluk USMC LCPL William Litzinger PFC Ben Maday MAJ Shawn Magowan Sgt Mark McGlynn Sgt Alexandra McGlynn Cpl James McGlynn PFC Shawn M McHale Chap. Tim Meier, SJ Sgt. Steven Miller SPC Lauren Moloney WO1 Lincoln Moloney CPT Michael Morrissey DC3 SW Jeremy Nemeth 2LT Garrett Quick Capt. Mark Saurer Cpl USMC Gabriel Smith SFC William Smith PFC Nathan Swiger LTC Christopher Wagner MAJ Phillip Wiktor LCpl Dittrick Williams LTJG Adam Williams Mass Intentions Monday, May 2 7:00 p.m. Philip Phillips req. by M/M Glenn Ratkewicz Michael Tulley req. by a Friend Denny Nielsen req. by Family Wednesday, May 4: Mass for OLV Mothers 8:30 a.m. Theresa Lewandowski req. by Fr. Denis & OLV Staff Spec. Int. of Fr. Denis Theroux req. by Esther Newberry Thursday, May 5 8:30 a.m. Spec. Int. of Penelope Culp req. by Family Spec. Int. of Sylvester Osigweh req. by the Nwagwu Family Friday, May 6 8:30 a.m. Frances Holinoty req. by Francine Holinoty Phil Eveleth req. by Mary Lou Eveleth Spec. Int. of Ken Pumford on his birthday req. by his Wife Saturday, May 7 5:00 p.m. Annette Keda req. by M/M Joe Breitenbeck Spec. Int. of Michele Matlock & Family req. by Carol Reinke Dale Kitchen req. by Evelyn & Jack Renault Sunday, May 8 7:30 a.m. Mary Jane Adams req. by Luci Adams Spec. Int. of Sue Coseo req. by Chris Cole 9:30 a.m. Robert Marcantonio req. by Jill & Kevin Cushing Ermanagilda Bonadeo req. by Laura Marchesotti Spec. Int. of Johnine Bailey req. by Carol Reinke Gary Bulgat req. by the Estigarribia Family 11:30 a.m. Alexa Rae Fox req. by M/M Eric Fox Spec. Int. of Michelle & Jocelyn Herdell req. by Merry Herdell Concetta Silvestri & Secondina Mancini req. by M/M Joseph Silvestri Ministry Schedule Saturday, May 7 Sunday, May 8 5:00 p.m. 7: 30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Clergy: Fr. Denis Theroux Fr. Dennis Kauffman Fr. Denis Theroux Fr. Denis Theroux Lectors: Altar Servers Gene McQuaid Eric Fox Maria Halash Emma Hans Olivia Hans Pat Kolowich Mary Comstock Ryan Taylor Jacob Trezil Garrett Frost Matthew Martin Karen Martin Dana Clafton Dawson Compo Clare Gulowski Carla Smasten Dan Donohue Aidan Wright Mikaela Williams Abigail Streetman

10 OUR LADY OF VICTORY PAGE 10 Mike Sanders Retires from OLV! The Parish and School Staff celebrated Mike Sanders 10 years with OLV. Mike is leaving OLV to pursue a new journey while managing some health issues. We wish him well and continue to keep him and his family in our prayers. Thanks Mike for all that you have done for us here at Our Lady of Victory! Monthly Offering GIVING BACK TO THE LORD April 2016 Actual Budget Sunday Offering: $ 86,055 egiving: $ 17,030 $ 103,085 $ 88,000 Variance: $ 15,085 Special Collections YTD St. Leo s Soup Kitchen $ 13,688 Christian Service $ 3,940 St. Vincent de Paul $ 9,053 Easter (April only) $ 3,915 Solemnity of Mary $ 2,000

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