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The Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham The Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter Under Protection of Our Lady of Walsingham Bishop Steven J. Lopes Father Charles A. Hough – Rector & Pastor Father Justin P. Fletcher – parochial Vicar Deacon James Barnett, Deacon Mark Baker, Deacon Mark Stockstill – Pastoral Assistants + Fourth Sunday After Trinity + 5 July AD 2020 + Welcome to Our Visitors Thank you for sharing in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass with us today. Please fill out a visitors card (found in the pew racks) and return it in the offering plate so we will have a record of your visit. And please introduce yourself after Mass. If you are a Catholic, we at Our Lady of Walsingham receive Holy Communion kneeling and by intinction (both species on the tongue). If you are not a Catholic, during Communion we invite you either to come forward with your arms crossed over your chest, or fingers across your lips, and receive a blessing from the Priest or Deacon, or remain in your pew and reflect on the presence of Christ. You are encouraged to take the Bulletin & Mass Leaflet home to utilize them in your prayer life. The Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham 7809 Shadyvilla Lane + Houston Texas 77055 713-683-9407 + Fax: 713-683-1518 + olwcatholic.org Parish Secretary: Catherine Heath offi[email protected] Business Manager/Director of Facilies: Deacon Mark Stocksll Director of Sacramental Life: Deacon James Barne Director of the Cathedral High School: Sr. Thomas Aquinas Director of Music/Organist: Edmund Murray Director of Events: Ana Newton Associate Director of Music: Chalon Murray Director of the Office of Liturgy: Rebecca Hill Director of Altar Guild: Ruth Mack Director of Holy House Academy: Catalina Brand Director of CCD & Youth Ministry: Tim Caruthers Director of RCIA: Deacon Mark Baker Safe Environment Coordinator: Chalon Murray Call the Parish Office if you wish to. . . + become a Registered Member of Our Lady of Walsingham + explore the possibility of becoming Roman Catholic + schedule a Wedding or a Bapsm + talk about the Annulment process + schedule a Confession by appointment Prayer Intention of the Holy Father, Pope Francis We pray that today’s families may be accompanied with love, respect and guidance. Catholic Kids Camp Heavenly Clues 2020 Catholic Kids Camp is July 27 through July 31. Our Catechists are working hard preparing the materials and activities for the week. If you would like to volunteer or to contribute a donation towards the costs of camp, please visit the display located in the narthex. Dona- tion envelopes can be placed in the collection basket in the narthex.

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  • The Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham

    The Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter Under Protection of Our Lady of Walsingham

    Bishop Steven J. Lopes

    Father Charles A. Hough – Rector & Pastor

    Father Justin P. Fletcher – parochial Vicar

    Deacon James Barnett, Deacon Mark Baker, Deacon Mark Stockstill – Pastoral Assistants

    + Fourth Sunday After Trinity + 5 July AD 2020 +

    Welcome to Our Visitors

    Thank you for sharing in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass with us today. Please fill out a visitor’s card (found in the pew racks) and return it in the offering plate so we will have a record of your visit. And please introduce yourself after Mass.

    If you are a Catholic, we at Our Lady of Walsingham receive Holy Communion kneeling and by intinction (both species on the tongue).

    If you are not a Catholic, during Communion we invite you either to come forward with your arms crossed over your chest, or fingers across your lips, and receive a blessing from the Priest or Deacon, or remain in your pew and reflect on the presence of Christ.

    You are encouraged to take the Bulletin &

    Mass Leaflet home to utilize them in your prayer life.

    The Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham 7809 Shadyvilla Lane + Houston Texas 77055

    713-683-9407 + Fax: 713-683-1518 + olwcatholic.org Parish Secretary: Catherine Heath [email protected]

    Business Manager/Director of Facilities: Deacon Mark Stockstill Director of Sacramental Life: Deacon James Barnett Director of the Cathedral High School: Sr. Thomas Aquinas Director of Music/Organist: Edmund Murray

    Director of Events: Ana Newton Associate Director of Music: Chalon Murray Director of the Office of Liturgy: Rebecca Hill Director of Altar Guild: Ruth Mack

    Director of Holy House Academy: Catalina Brand Director of CCD & Youth Ministry: Tim Caruthers Director of RCIA: Deacon Mark Baker Safe Environment Coordinator: Chalon Murray

    Call the Parish Office if you wish to. . . + become a Registered Member of Our Lady of Walsingham + explore the possibility of becoming Roman Catholic + schedule a Wedding or a Baptism + talk about the Annulment process + schedule a Confession by appointment

    Prayer Intention of the Holy Father, Pope Francis

    We pray that today’s families may be accompanied with love, respect and guidance.

    Catholic Kids Camp

    Heavenly Clues 2020

    Catholic Kids Camp is July 27 through July 31. Our Catechists are

    working hard preparing the materials and activities for the week. If

    you would like to volunteer or to contribute a donation towards the

    costs of camp, please visit the display located in the narthex. Dona-

    tion envelopes can be placed in the collection basket in the narthex.

    http://www.walsingham-church.orgmailto:[email protected]

  • Third Sunday After Trinity

    Weekly Budget $ 16,650 Regular Offering $ 12,513

    On-Line contributions can be made by clicking the “Donate Now” button at www.olwcatholic.org or by mail to Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Church 7809 Shadyvilla Lane Houston Tx 77055. Thank you.

    Weekly Votive Lights

    the Votive Lights

    of

    The Martyrs

    burn this week for

    all those ill, especially

    Howard Chapman Sharon Schrader Barbara Elliott Phyllis Danna

    Fera Henri Cesar Malapitan

    +

    the Votive Light of

    Our Lady

    burns this week for

    the repose of the souls of

    James Fisher & Mark Ferenz Christopher Whitehead

    Joshua Jourdan James Scott

    Karen Kennedy Smith +

    the Votive Light of

    St. Gabriel

    burns this week for

    Police Officers & their Families +

    the Votive Light of

    St. Joseph

    burns this week for

    Patin Family Brooks Family Wilson Family

    +

    The Votive Light of

    St. Jude

    burns this week for

    Linda Stegall, Mother of Chalon Murray Chiara Le

    For those Seeking Employment For those Displaced from their Homes For those Who Have Left the Church

    +

    Black Bag Next Sunday July 11 & 12

    Thank you for your generosity for those

    in need in our parish family.

    In Our Parish This Week

    Saturday, July 4 Independence Day 8:00 am Said Mass [Minerva Munoz+]

    3:45 pm Confession

    4:00 pm Rosary for Vocations

    4:30 pm Said Mass 65 Years & Older [Jim Hill+]

    Sunday, July 5 Fourth Sunday After Trinity (OT14) 7:30 am Rosary for Vocations 8:00 am Sung Mass [La Donna Stockstill+] 8:45 am Confession - Cathedral 9:30 am Sung Mass [Donald Lung+] 11:15 am Solemn Mass [OLW Parishioners] 11:15 am Mass Live Stream at www.olwcatholic.org 5:30 pm Rosary for Vocations - Cathedral 6:00 pm Said Mass [Robert Grimm+] Monday, July 6 St. Maria Goretti, Virgin and Martyr 8:30 am Morning Prayer - Cathedral 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Cathedral Open for Individual and Private Prayer

    12:00 pm Said Mass [Emily Picard] 4:30 pm Evening Prayer - Holy House Chapel Tuesday, July 7 Feria 8:30 am Morning Prayer - Holy House Chapel 9:00 pm - 4:00 pm Cathedral Open for Individual and Private Prayer 12:00 pm Said Mass [Chiara Le] 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Cathedral 6:00 pm Benediction - Cathedral

    Wednesday, July 8 Feria 8:30 am Morning Prayer - Holy House Chapel 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Cathedral Open for Individual and Private Prayer 12:00 pm Said Mass [Mary K. Maxwell]

    4:30 pm Evening Prayer - Holy House Chapel Thursday, July 9 St. Augustine Zhao Rong and Companions 8:30 am Morning Prayer - Holy House Chapel 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Cathedral Open for Individual and Private Prayer 12:00 pm Said Mass [Corina, Diane & Roland]

    4:30 pm Evening Prayer - Holy House Chapel Friday, July 10 Feria 8:30 am Morning Prayer - Holy House Chapel 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Cathedral Open for Individual and Private Prayer

    12:00 pm Said Mass [Kirk Hedrick] 12:30 pm Bulletin Folding - Newman Hall

    4:30 pm Evening Prayer - Holy House Chapel

    6:00 pm Gardner/Langley Wedding Rehearsal - Cathedral

    Saturday, July 11 St. Benedict, Abbot 8:00 am Said Mass [Liam & Delaina Duffy]

    10:00 am Sacrament of Baptism Class - Newman Hall

    12:00 pm Gardner/Langley Nuptial Mass

    1:30 pm Gardner Wedding Reception - St. Jude Hall

    1:30 pm Cathedral Open for Individual and Private Prayer

    3:45 pm Confession

    4:00 pm Rosary for Vocations

    4:30 pm Said Mass 65 Years & Older [Elliott & Joanne Goulas+]

    Sunday, July 12 Fifth Sunday After Trinity (OT15) 7:30 am Rosary for Vocations 8:00 am Sung Mass [Susan Stockstill] 8:45 am Confession - Cathedral 9:30 am Sung Mass [Alex Malapitan] 11:15 am Solemn Mass [OLW Parishioners] 11:15 am Mass Live Stream at www.olwcatholic.org 1:30 pm Catholic Writers Meeting - Seton Hall 5:30 pm Rosary for Vocations - Cathedral 6:00 pm Said Mass [Anne Fautt+]

    The Flowers at the High Altar are given in Honor of the

    Wedding Anniversary of

    Scott & Brandi Sullivan

    KSHJ AM 1430 Tune into our local Catholic Radio Station

    The Shrine Shoppe

    is open Sundays between Masses and after the Solemn Mass until 1:15 pm.

  • + ADORATION of the BLESSED SACRAMENT + Tuesdays 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm - Cathedral

    + BENEDICTION + 6:00 pm - Cathedral

    Heavenly Father, thou hast promised to hear what we ask in the Name of thy Son: accept and fulfil

    our petitions, we pray, not as we ask in our ignorance, nor as we deserve in our sinfulness, but as thou knowest and lovest us in thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord.

    Even if you cannot remain for one hour, drop by and spend just a few moments with our LORD.

    The five large votives can each burn for a week in honor, in thanksgiving, or in intercession, of your loved

    ones. Please contact Catherine Heath at the Parish Office, 713-683-9407, to request any of the five candles:

    St. Jude, St. Joseph, St. Gabriel, Our Lady or the Martyrs for your intention. Stipends of $5 may be mailed

    to 7809 Shadyvilla Ln Houston 77055 or paid on-line at www.olwcatholic.org.

    Flowers for the High Altar

    The Flower Donation is available beginning the weekend of June 28. If you would like to choose to honor a special person or event in your life as a gift of thankfulness to the Blessed Sacrament contact the office at 713-683-9407 or email [email protected] There are weekends in Sep-tember and January available.

    Wedding Inquiries Contact Rebecca Hill at [email protected] for Wedding requests. Contact Ana Newton in the Events Office for Wedding reception requests [email protected] Wedding requests must be pre-approved 6 months in ad-

    We have a need for volunteers to be a part of a new Ministry, Seminarian Suppers. This min-istry resumes in August and involves preparing food for a Sunday that would be dropped off at the seminarians house by 4:00 PM. If you are interested in being a part of this ministry please contact Lynn Forrester at 714-757-2769 or [email protected], or contact Danny Pitocco’. [email protected]

    The Greatest of Gifts: Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

    If you would like to have a Mass celebrated for a special intension, on behalf of a someone in great need, a family mem-

    ber, a friend, or a deceased loved one, please complete the Mass Intention envelopes located in the narthex or contact

    Catherine Heath in the parish office at 713-683-9407. Mass Intention envelopes may be place in the collection baskets.

    St. John Paul II emphasized the graces that come when a Mass is offered. "The Church believes that she will be heard, for she prays in union with Christ her Head and Spouse, who takes up this plea of His Bride and joins it to His own re-demptive sacrifice."

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]

  • The Banns of Marriage are published between

    Anna-Marie Langley and Peter Joseph Gardner

    of this parish. If any of you know just cause why they may not be joined together

    in Holy Matrimony, you are bidden to declare it.

    This is the third and final time of asking.

    HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!

    July 6, 2013 -- Owen Yang & Margaret Ferenz-Yang July 14, 1995 – Gerald & Barbara Campbell Hogan

    July 14, 2011 – Joel & Mary Ann Bonaccolta-de Leon July 14, 2012 – Randy & Lucy Hines

    July 16, 1988 – Ronnie & Kay Haynes-Henry July 16, 2004 – Bart & Shanna Harris

    July 17, 1964 - Bill & Corinne Heiligbrodt July 17, 1998 – Christopher & Norma Sharkey

    July 17, 2010 – Daniel & Emily Ambrisino July 18, 1992 – Marshall & Amy Craven

    July 20, 1985 – Arnaud & Margaret Pichon July 23, 1993 – Deacon Mark & Susan Stockstill, July 24, 1971 – Deacon James & Carolyn Barnett July 24, 1993 – Sergio Perez & Isa Padron-Perez

    July 24, 1993 – Martin & Melinda Matulia July 25, 1976 – G.W. & Joni Ann Straker

    July 26, 2008 – David & Stephanie Aurisano July 26, 2008 – Phillip & Kelly Zimmerman

    July 27, 1996 – Clint & Catalina Brand July 28, 1974 – Michael & Jenny Blanc

    July 31, 1982 – Audley & Catherine Heath July 31, 1998 – Wayman & Tama Chunn July 31, 1999 – Roger & Alyssa Duncan

    Happy Birthday!

    July 4 – William Congdon, Andrew Ferenz, Mary O’Neill,

    Kathryn O’Neill, Daniel Collard

    July 5 – Benjamin Hennigan, Kathleen Hotze, Ava Huff,

    Mary Lou Jardine, James Lancaster, Rebecca Lawrence

    July 6 – Makenzie Manuel, Edmund Murray,

    Caitlin Young, Austin Pinto

    July 7 – Lydia Alcantara, Thomas Langley,

    Ronald Ripkowsky, Lucia Soileau,

    Agenon Viswasam,

    Deborah Wright, Nathan Poage, Taylor Soltau

    July 8 – Joseph Abraham, Frank Narvaez, Mario Escobedo

    July 9 – Pete de Boisblanc, Mary Margaret McGowan,

    Carole Polzer, Zoe Zimmerman

    July 10 – Kristiana Banos, Ronnie Carroll, Steve Deyo,

    Joseph Thompson, William Wise,

    July 11 – Jacob Bloodworth, Haley Bridwell,

    Verly Gestiada, Katherine Montgomery

    July 12 – Diego Brand, Tito Edwards, Lynn Forrester,

    Patti Haughenberry, Richard Johnson,

    Bradley Marrs, Scott Woloson, William Kohl

    CCD Registration is Open for the 2020 - 2021 School Year

    The CCD Sunday School program offers students an opportunity to gain a better understanding of their Cath-olic faith and traditions. The goal of each class is to go beyond mere content knowledge. Rather, inspired by Our Lady, we seek to ponder these mysteries in our hearts, and so come to a deeper and richer encounter with our Lord and his Church. Classes meet on Sundays 9:45 - 10:45 am in Seton Hall and Newman Hall from Sep-tember through May.

    The cost of the program for the academic year is as follows:

    $75 for one child $105 for two children

    $160 for three or more children

    Register Online at: https://olwcatholic.org/registration-form

    Contact Tim Caruthers, CCD Director at [email protected] . Send check payments with CCD in the memo line to: Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham Attn: CCD Director 7809 Shadyvilla Ln Houston Tx 77055. CCD fees can also be paid on line when registering.

    SAVE THE DATE for the sixth annual Together in Holiness conference in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston! The conference will be held on Saturday, September 26, 2020 in Sugar Land, TX and The Woodlands, TX! Togeth-er in Holiness is a marriage conference series for dioceses that inspires spouses to grow together in holiness and empowers parents to form their children in the Catholic Faith. Together in Holiness offers powerful presentations from national and local speakers, Mass, Reconciliation, Eucharistic Adoration, childcare and practical ideas and insights. Visit togetherinholiness.org for more information.