Bulletin in English

June 9, 2024

10th Sunday in Ordinary Time 

Genesis 3:9-15

Psalm 130

2 Corinthians 4:13-5:1

Mark 3:20-35

full readings here



St. Andrew 9:00 am Mass

Lector: Ann, EMHC: Evelia


Gather Us In # 321

Turn To Me # 658

Here I Am, Lord # 389

How Can I Keep From Singing # 447

Sacred Heart 11:30 am Mass

Lector: Gayla, EMHC: Rebeca


Gather Us In # 321

This Day God Gives Me # 634

Bread of Angels # 372

Though the Mountains May Fall # 436




SACRED HEART Are you musically inclined and looking for a way to serve the church? Sacred Heart needs a pianist for the 11:30 Sunday Mass. Please see any member of the choir, or call Kelly, to discuss putting your musical talents to use for the church.


PASSING THE BASKET for offertory will resume. Please consider volunteering as an usher for collection.


ST ANDREW KITCHEN MINISTRY Thank you to Michele and Kay for providing snacks today. If you would like to support the kitchen ministry, please speak with Michele, Kay, or Kelly, or donate at the kitchen window.


TIME AND TALENT NEEDED Kelly needs help with a few projects. Please contact her if you have any skill you would like to offer. Specifically, we currently need help with * Organizing documents * Converting VHS and photo slides to digital formats. Thank you.


SPEAKING OF TIME AND TALENT A great big THANK YOU! to Kevin Kiely for giving his time and his talent this week to paint the big office and little cry room. It looks so nice!


A FUNERAL MASS for Don Bouret will be held on Wednesday, June 12th at noon.


ST ANDREW GUILD The Guild is holding a basket raffle during June. Three themed baskets will be raffled; the themes are “Italian,” “Gardening,” and “Wine and Cheese.”

Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. The drawing will be JUNE 30.


STEWARDSHIP Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden because of their disobedience. But Jesus says in today’s Gospel that when we are obedient to God’s will – when we use our gifts to serve one another – we become part of His family. “Whoever does the will of God is brother and sister and mother to me.”


DIOCESAN SUPPORT APPEAL 2024 WOW! When you are asked to “step up,” oh my, you sure “step up1” The DSA report of June 3 shows that St. Andrew has met 58% of the $9450 goal and Sacred Heart has met 54% of the $10,948 goal. (Last week we were at 49% and 31% respectively.) Let’s keep bringing those numbers up! Any shortfall will be paid from the churches’ operating budgets. You may complete a pledge envelope or drop your donation into the envelope and return it to the Parish Office or go to charlottediocese.org/dsa to make a gift online.


SACRED HEART CONTINUES TO SUPPORT the Reconciliation House food pantry. The food pantry needs canned goods: soup, beef stew, spam, and hash. Kids are out of school, so families have extra meals to prepare. Any non-perishable kid-friendly foods and snacks are also appreciated.


SAVE YOUR CAN TABS Lynette Gates, at Sacred Heart, collects drink can tabs for Ronald McDonald House. A collection box is located in the entry at Sacred Heart and near the coffee pot at St, Andrew. Please save your tabs for Ronald McDonald House.



June 15 † Castulo Lara and Esefana Segura, parents of Juana Lara

June 18 † Pat and Louise O’Connor

June 25 † Boots Kiggins

Mass intentions can be scheduled weeks in advance. If you would like to request a Mass intention, please email or call Kelly (910-515-9111). The average donation is $10.


PRAYING THE ROSARY All are invited to pray the Rosary.

Sacred Heart at 11:00, before Mass, every Sunday

St. Andrew on Tuesday after Mass or at 9:00 if Mass is canceled.



REACh @ST. ANDREW is reading the Book of Genesis. They meet on Wednesday evenings at 7 pm via Zoom. Contact Joe Oliveti, 214-718-3399, to join. 


REACh @SACRED HEART studies the Sunday Mass readings on Friday at 10 am at Sacred Heart Church. Contact Joe Oliveti, 214-718-3399, to join, or just show up at the church.


ST ANDREW YOUTH FAITH FORMATION Will meet on June 16. Please bring your homework with you that day.




REMEMBERING OUR LOVED ONES - More and more Catholic families are making substantial gifts to parish endowment funds in memory of parents and other loved ones. Contact Gina Rhodes, Director of Planned Giving at 704-370-3364 or gmrhodes@rcdoc.org  to establish a memorial fund in the name of those most special to you.


JUNETEENTH The Parish of St Eugene Racial Justice Ministry invites parishioners of St. Andrew and Sacred Heart to join them for a Juneteenth - Pray, Celebrate and Learn Program.  It includes a prayer service, an education program presented by the Diocese of Charlotte African American Affairs Ministry and time for refreshments and fellowship. Date is Saturday, June 15, 10:30 am--12:00 pm


WORLD REFUGEE DAY The Western Region Office of Catholic Charities invites you to attend a World Refugee Day celebration event in Asheville at the Basilica of St. Lawrence on Thursday, June 20 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The event is free, and a free lunch will be provided. RSVP if you plan to attend. The Refugee Resettlement and Social Concerns and Advocacy Offices are hosting this event. Please invite your family, friends, fellow parishioners, and coworkers to this event. Come learn about the Diocese’s ministry assisting refugees fleeing persecution and violence as they build new lives in western North Carolina. If you have any questions, please reach out to Western Region Director Jesse Boeckermann at jdboeckermann@ccdoc.org and 828-820-5153.


HOUR OF PRAYER June 24, 7:00 pm at the Cathedral of St. Patrick | Join fellow Catholics for an hour of prayer commemorating the second anniversary of the Dobbs decision. Stay for a wine and cheese social immediately afterward to celebrate pro-life progress and to be encouraged to continue the work! Families welcome! Cosponsored by the Office of Family Life and C-PLAN. Questions? Email FamilyLife@rcdoc.org.


CATHOLIC FAMILY DAY AT CAROWINDS Sunday, July 28, 2024. Tickets go on sale on May 19. $60 includes (Park Admission, lunch, free parking). More information can be found here.


Submit an announcement: This is your bulletin. If you have a notice to add, please let us know by Wednesday of the week of your notice.


Prayer Requests: Please submit prayer requests to the office by email or phone call. (If you see a name on the prayer list that can be removed because the person has recovered, please let me know.)

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