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  • Shrine Herald Royal Oak, MI

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    November 14, 2010 Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Christ the King Next Sunday we celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the King. It is the last Sunday of Ordinary Time, and the last Sunday of the

    2010 Liturgical Year.

    Pope Pius XI universally instituted The Feast of Christ the King in 1925 in his encyclical Quas Primas. Pope Pius connected the denial of Christ as king to the rise of secularism. At that time secularism was

    on the rise, and many Christians, even Catholics, were doubting Christ's authority, as well as the Church's, and even doubting Christ's existence. Pius XI, and the rest of the Christian world, witnessed the rise of dictatorships in Europe, and saw Catholics

    being taken in by these earthly leaders. Just as the Feast of Corpus Christi was instituted when devotion to the Eucharist was at a low point, the Feast of Christ the King was instituted during a time when respect for Christ and the Church was waning, when the

    feast was most needed. In fact, it is still needed today, as these problems have not vanished, but instead have worsened.

    Individualism has been embraced to such an extreme, that for many, the only authority

    is the individual self. The idea of Christ as ruler is rejected in such a strongly individualistic system. Also, many balk at the idea of kings and queens, believing them to be oppressive. Some even reject the titles of "lord" and "king" for Christ because they

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    $OWKRXJK WKH LPDJHRI .LQJPD\KDYHGUDZEDFNVZHmust be careful not to minimize the vast difference between the human and divine. Christ the anointed one is more than

    king, He is more than supreme ruler, He is the Son of God. And on the last Sunday of the Church Liturgical Year we acknowledge that Christ is above all. The very next Sunday, November 28, we begin the new Liturgical Year of 2011 with Advent, longing for the coming of the Messiah, Christ our Lord and King.

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    Please pray for the sick of our parish

    Sr. Alicia Michelle Barnes Janet Bertling

    Jack Brady Bob Crowley

    Mary Lu DeFauw Marie Della Lucia Sabrina Fodera

    Lynn Frank Thomas Hamilton

    Helen Keeler Kathy Kohlstrand Shaun Marynik

    Michael McCourt

    Dr. James Mohyi Sam Panzica Robert Perry

    George Reichenbach Dee Rohelier Tristan Ryan

    Pat Tatomir Karl Wolfe

    Marie Zubeck

    Please pray for the repose of the soul of

    Barbara Kirtek Eleanor Murphy

    :RPHQV2SSRUWXQLW\$ZDUG The Soroptimist International Club of Oakland County is working to improve the lives of women and girls in our community and throughout the world. They are RIIHULQJWKHLUDQQXDODZDUGIRUZRPHQZKRDUHKHDGRIDKRXVHKROG7KH:RPHQV

    Opportunity Award offers a first place $1200, second place $800 award to aid women who have been accepted into a vocational/skills training program or an undergraduate degree program to upgrade their employment status.

    If you know of a woman who may be qualified, please call for an application. Completed applications must be submitted before December 15, 2010. An application is available in the Christian Service Office, c/o Sister Noreen

    248.541.4122, ext 411, or from Althea Grant at 313.706.0876, or online from [email protected]

    Widowed in Recent Years? Women and men whose spouse has died in the past few years are invited for " Coffee and Conversation" with focus on your needs, interests and ways of coping now that your spouse is gone. We will share ideas on

    what may be helpful for this part of your life-journey. We will meet on Thursday, November 18, 10 am Room B. Park in the 12 mile lot and go to the receptionist for directions to Room B. At 10:30 am we will go into Church to have a tour of the Church.

    Please call Sister Noreen (248.541.4122, ext. 411) if you are new in the group and leave your name and phone number so we can plan

    accordingly.

    IMPORTANT EARLY HERALD ARTICLE SUBMISSION NOTICE Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday week, our printer is requesting that we turn in our November 28 bulletin early. Therefore, the November 28 bulletin copy is due this week by Friday, November 19.

    Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

    Mass to Mark 140th Birthday of Fr. Solanus Casey All are invited to a Mass marking the 140th birthday of the Venerable Solanus Casey. Fr. Jim Hast, OFM Cap, director of past-oral care at the Solanus Casey Center, will be the celebrant. The Mass will be held on Sunday, November 28, at 12

    noon in St. Bonaventure Chapel, 1780 Mount Elliott, Detroit.

    Music will be by the Solanus Choir under the direction of Dennis Choiniert. Refreshments will follow Mass. St. Bonaventure is located on Mount Elliott, between E. Lafayette and Kercheval. For more information, go to www.SolanusCasey.org or call 313.579.2100.

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    Monastery. A man of great faith and humility, he met thousands of people from every age and walk of life at the monastery door. In 1995, Pope John Paul II declared Fr. Solanus to be venerable, the second step in the path to sainthood.

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    Baptized in Christ

    Isabella Loretta daughter of David and Kori (Kneipp) Aguis

    Isabella Mary daughter of Jim and Lisa (Zalewski) Mihelich

    Jack Nathaniel son of Francisco and Keni (Calderon) Alverez

    Jessica Gutierrez

    daughter of Javier and Ofelia (Ortiz) Gutierrez

    Maggie Grace daughter of Jonathan and Colleen (Lynch) Loree

    Troy Vernon son of Johnathan Jones and Ashton Isaacson

    Divine Life continued from page 1 Bearings ...

    New Missal The Vatican has issued the final text of the Roman Missal, Third Edition, the ritual text containing prayers and instructions for the celebration of the Mass, for the Dioceses of the United States of America. First use of the new text of the new Roman

    Missal will be on the First Sunday of Advent, November 27, 2011. Over the course of the next year you will be hearing more and more about this change.

    New Words: A Deeper Meaning, but the Same Mass Pope John Paul II promulgated the third edition of the Roman Missal during the Jubilee Year in 2000. Among other things, the third edition contains prayers for the celebration of recently canonized saints, additional prefaces for the Eucharistic Prayers, additional Masses and Prayers for Various Needs and Intentions, and some

    updated and revised rubrics (instructions) for the celebration of the Mass. In 2007, the Congregation for Divine Worship issued the Ratio Translationis for the English Language, which outlined the specific rules for translation in English.

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    The Mass will not change. The new translation will bring a deeper meaning. We

    have a year to prepare for the change.

    Rosie, Carlito & Kodiak Kodiak turned 8 months on November 8 and he weighed in at about 115 pounds. On Friday a week ago, I gave him a bath at the local dog scrubber place. I am so relieved

    that no one was there to take pictures or make a video. I think there was more dog shampoo on me than on him. We got through it and had a lot of fun doing it. Rosie goes to a groomer, but that is because she is a girl. Girls go

    to beauty shops, boys just take a bath.

    Kodi spending some special time in the church

    garden on his 8-month birthday

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    Mass Information

    Monday, November 15

    6:30 am Mass Fr. Espinoza Servers Mary Fromm, Marie Vidosh

    8:30 am Mass Fr. Camilleri Servers Kate Lilly, Maureen Luddy

    Tuesday, November 16

    6:30 am Mass Fr. Camilleri Servers Mary Fromm, Rose Vidosh

    8:30 am Mass Msgr. Easton Servers Kate Lilly, Maureen Luddy

    Wednesday, November 17

    6:30 am Mass Fr. Lang Servers Ryan Perry, Molly Lyons 8:30 am Mass Fr. Espinoza Servers Ben Vidosh, Michael Niehaus

    Thursday, November 18

    6:30 am Mass Msgr. Easton Servers Greg Golias, Brennan Smith 8:30 am Mass Fr. Camilleri Servers Brian Palmer, Joe Arce Friday, November 19

    6:30 am Mass Fr. Espinoza Servers Erik Faris, Evan Faris 8:30 am Mass Fr. Lang Servers Audrey North, Olivia Zardus

    Saturday, November 20

    8:30 am Mass Msgr. Easton Servers Audrey North, Mary Sier

    Sunday, November 21

    Our Lord Jesus Christ the King

    Vigil Masses (on Saturday)

    4:30 pm Mass Fr. Lang Lectors Kay Cyrek, Ginny Gamber Servers Lauren Eichberger, Lily Queen Lucy Queen, Gabrielle Schmidt Gwendolyn Schmidt Hospitality Margie Suchyta, Team

    6:30 pm Mass Fr. Espinoza Lectors Lisa Picke