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Holy Angels Roman Catholic Church

REV. PETER NOUCK, PASTOR
REV. MR. WAYNE J. NACEY, DEACON

The faithful community of Holy Angels Catholic Parish, established in 1921, is firmly incorporated into the Body of our Lord, Jesus Christ. We seek to teach, build, and serve under the inspiration of His Spirit in order to build up our parish community and to witness the glory of our God to our neighbors.

La comunidad de fieles de la Parroquia Católica del Sagrada Ángeles establecida en 1921, está firmemente incorporado en el Cuerpo de nuestro Señor, Jesucristo. Buscamos enseñar, construir y servir bajo la inspiración de su Espíritu, a fin de construir nuestra comunidad parroquial y ser testigo de la gloria de Dios a nuestros vecinos.

 

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Bulletin News

THIS WEEK'S BULLETIN NEWS:

                                                                                       No Sweat, No Sweet

        

Beloved in the Lord, we all desire the good things in life. There is no one who truly desires hardships. Therefore, it is not strange that the Apostles of Jesus desire that which they think will bring them comfort and joy. They desire Jesus to allow both of them to sit at his sides. In order words, they desire to be given what they feel is a place of highest privilege in the kingdom Jesus established.


Several years ago, I worked in a Catholic High School in which there was a senior who spent the entire study period in the school chapel rather than make use of the study period by preparing for exams. Those who told him to apply himself to his bookwork were considered by him as an anti-Christ, fit only for hell. This student desired to pass in his final exams even though he was not working towards the success. Needless to say, he had one of the worst exam results the school had ever received.


The desire for every right-thinking Christian is Heaven but let us ask ourselves how much work we do to have the Heaven we desire. The Apostles of Jesus desired Glory but Jesus instructs them the way to Glory is through the challenges of life and not by a wish. Jesus made His Apostles understand the way to Glory is the way of the cross.

In Philippians 2:12, Paul commanded all of this, “So then my beloved, even as you have always obeyed, not as in my presence only but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling”. The time here on earth that God has given us along with the several opportunities and blessings that come our way are made possible by God for us to make use for our Salvation and Eternal life. Being a Christian is a 24/7 job. We as Christians should never stop working for our salvation until God calls us to come and share in His Glory.

Reconciling with those who have hurt us, letting go of the grudges, not entertaining gossips and Calumny, going out of our way to help a brother or sister in need, assisting and supporting the Church in her Mission of evangelization with financial support or through our volunteering of our service, being nice to those who are not nice to you, being kind and welcoming to strangers, and many more. You will realize to live out these few Christian virtues will be very challenging but brothers and sisters, it is most rewarding. Do not forget that all that is good never comes easy. Not the best of things, the Glory of Heaven. It is only through Sweat, that we shall enjoy the sweetness of the Glory of Heaven. We need to make the necessary sacrifices.  “As long as this day last, let us keep encouraging one another”.


"Do have a wonderful week with JESUS”.


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                                                                                           Sin Sudor, Sin Dulce

        

Amados en el Señor, todos deseamos las cosas buenas de la vida. No hay nadie que realmente desee las dificultades. Por tanto, no es extraño que los Apóstoles de Jesús deseen aquello que creen que les traerá consuelo y alegría. Desean que Jesús les permita a ambos sentarse a sus lados. En otras palabras, desean que se les dé lo que sienten que es un lugar de mayor privilegio en el reino que Jesús estableció.

        

Hace varios años, trabajé en una escuela secundaria católica en la que había un estudiante de último año que pasaba todo el período de estudio en la capilla de la escuela en lugar de aprovechar el período de estudio preparándose para los exámenes. Aquellos que le dijeron que se dedicara a sus libros fueron considerados por él como un anticristo, apto solo para el infierno. Este estudiante deseaba aprobar sus exámenes finales a pesar de que no estaba trabajando para lograrlo. No hace falta decir que tuvo uno de los peores resultados de exámenes que la escuela había recibido.


El deseo de todo cristiano que piensa correctamente es el cielo, pero preguntémonos cuánto trabajo hacemos para tener el cielo que deseamos. Los Apóstoles de Jesús deseaban la Gloria, pero Jesús les instruye que el camino a la Gloria es a través de los desafíos de la vida y no por un deseo. Jesús hizo comprender a sus apóstoles que el camino a la gloria es el camino de la cruz.


En Filipenses 2:12, Pablo ordenó todo esto: “Entonces, amado mío, así como siempre has obedecido, no como en mi presencia solamente, sino ahora mucho más en mi ausencia, obra tu propia salvación con temor y temblor”. El tiempo aquí en la tierra que Dios nos ha dado junto con las diversas oportunidades y bendiciones que vienen en nuestro camino son posibles gracias a Dios para que lo usemos para nuestra Salvación y Vida Eterna. Ser cristiano es un trabajo de 24 horas al día, 7 días a la semana. Nosotros, como cristianos, nunca debemos dejar de trabajar por nuestra salvación hasta que Dios nos llame a venir y compartir su gloria.


Reconciliarnos con quienes nos han lastimado, dejar ir los rencores, no entretener chismes y calumnias, hacer todo lo posible para ayudar a un hermano o hermana necesitado, ayudar y apoyar a la Iglesia en su Misión de evangelización con apoyo económico o mediante nuestro ser voluntario de nuestro servicio, ser amable con los que no lo son contigo, ser amable y acogedor con los extraños, y muchos más. Se darán cuenta de que vivir estas pocas virtudes cristianas será muy desafiante, pero hermanos y hermanas, es muy gratificante. No olvide que todo lo bueno nunca es fácil. No es la mejor de las cosas, la Gloria del Cielo. Es sólo a través del sudor que disfrutaremos de la dulzura de la Gloria del Cielo. Necesitamos hacer los sacrificios necesarios. “Mientras dure este día, sigamos animándonos unos a otros”.


"Que tengas una maravillosa semana con JESÚS".

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HAPPENINGS AT OUR CHURCH:

 

Online Giving Available Now:

We now offer Online Giving. If you would like to send secure online contributions rather than sending contributions in the mail, please visit the church website and click on the Online Giving tab at the top to start the registration process. If you have any issues with registration or setting up an account, please call

1-877-393-3330 for assistance. Thank you!

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Mass Schedule: Tuesday Mass will now be held at 12 noon instead of 8:30am.

Father Peter Office Hours:  Father Peter will hold office hours in the Monsignor Duncan Center on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9am to 11am and 3pm to 4:30pm. On Wednesdays, he will be in the office from 9am to 12pm and 3pm to 4:30pm.  His office is located in the room next to the parish office. He can be reached at 336-406-7816. If you can’t come during office hours, please call to make an appointment.

Priest Retirement Collection: Our parish has received $9,562.89 in contributions to the Priests’ Retirement Collection. We are grateful for the generosity of our parishioners. Our assessment is $5,401.00.  We have exceeded our goal by $4,161.89! While expecting the envelopes of those who still wish to make contribution towards the priests retirement, Father Peter is extremely grateful for the very generous donation. We pray this spirit is sustained.

Coordinator of Rel. Ed: We are currently seeking a Coordinator of Religious Education/Youth Minister for our Faith Formation program. This person deals directly with the youth of the parish from Kindergarten to 8th grade. Must complete Protecting God’s Children training and Catechist training. For more details or if interested in this position, please contact Stella Neal or Father Peter.

First Saturday Devotion:  Starting Saturday, October 2nd, Father Peter will begin celebrating First Saturday Mass on every first Saturday of the month at 9am.

Baptisms: Baptisms will be held on the Second Saturday of every month. 9am for English and 11am for Spanish. You must register beforehand and complete baptism preparation.

Los bautismos se llevarán a cabo el segundo sábado de cada mes. 9 am para inglés y 11 am para español. Debe registrarse de antemano y completar la preparación para el bautismo.

Anniversary Blessing: On the first Sundays of the month, Father Peter will bless all those celebrating a wedding or birthday anniversary. If you wish to participate, please contact the office with your anniversary information.

Food Drive: Bags for food are collected by the Knights of Columbus on the last Sunday of the Month. Bags are available in the back of the MDC. The most needed items for the month of October are canned/dried milk and oatmeal.


Together in Holiness:  Marriage Conference on Saturday, November 20, 2021 at St. Ann Catholic Church in Charlotte, NC Presented by the St. John Paul II Foundation and the Diocese of Charlotte


Registration: $59/couple and $35/individual

Early Bird discount available until October 4.

Scholarships available upon request.

On-site childcare (2-12yrs); pre-registration required.


For more information, please visit togetherinholiness.org or email TH@forlifeandfamily.org.

Catholic Charities: Catholic Charities is seeking donations of personal care items in response to an increased need in the community. These items include deodorant, tooth brushes and toothpaste, sunscreen, lotion, lip balm, wet wipes, socks and plastic reusable drink bottles. Donations can be dropped off at Catholic Charities located at 1612 East 14th Street NE in Winston Salem Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm.


You can contact Sandra Camastra at 336-714-3228 or slcamastra@charlottediocese.org with any questions.


Collections: If writing a check for the collection, please write separate checks for each collection. We are not able to divide single checks into multiple collections. Thank you.

Teachers Needed:  Faith Formation is in need of more teachers for the upcoming 2021-2022 classes. Please contact Ms. Stella or Ms. Lisa if you or someone you know is interested.

Telephone: 336-786-8315 (Sundays ONLY)

Emails: (Kindergarten-5th grade): HolyAngelsFF@gmail.com

(6th grade to 8th grade): 

thatgirlpainter74@gmail.com

Teléfono: 336-786-8315 (SOLO domingos)

Correos electrónicos: (Kindergarten - 5 grado): HolyAngelsFF@gmail.com

(6 - 8 grado): thatgirlpainter74@gmail.com

Diocesan Sexual Abuse and Misconduct HotLine: If you have information about possible sexual abuse or misconduct by any clergy, employee or volunteer of the Diocese of Charlotte, report concerns safely, securely and anonymously 24/7 over the phone using the diocese’s new hotline, 1-888-630-5929, or online: www.RedFlagReporting.com/RCDOC

 

Please note: If you suspect a child is in danger, please contact 9-1-1 or your local law enforcement agency.

 

Safe Environment Training: Did you know that every Church worker must go through abuse prevention and education training? Find more information about the Diocese of Charlotte’s Safe Environment program, sign up for Protecting God’s Children training and more:  https://charlottediocese.org/human-resources/safe-environment

 

For more information or questions, please contact the diocese’s Human Resources Office at https://charlottediocese.org/human-resources or 704-370-6299.

New and Gently Used Shoes:  The Knights of Columbus is seeking new and serviceable men’s and women’s shoes for delivery to the VA Medical Center in Kernersville, NC for our local veterans.  The VA keeps items such as this in storage and distributes them when they have a VA patient in need. Please bring the items to the MDC and place them into the bins near the entrance.

  

Choir Members: We are in need of a few more members for the Choir. Must attend the 10am Mass regularly. Please contact Theresa Hutton at 336-309-4317 if you are interested.

Altar Servers: We are in need of a few more altar server volunteers. Must be in 4th grade or up and have received first communion. Also must attend mass on a regular basis. 

Accompanist Needed:  Do you play the piano? Or another instrument?  We are in need of an accompanist at our 10 AM Mass.  Please contact Father Peter or Theresa at your convenience.  Thank You!

Please Let Us Know!  Are you having a health issue? or getting ready for surgery?  Do you know someone in the parish who is in the hospital?   Please call and let us know.   We rely on you to help us keep in touch with those who may not be able to contact us themselves.   Thank You.

 

¡Por favor déjanos saber! ¿Está teniendo un problema de salud? O prepararse para la cirugía? ¿Conoces a alguien en la parroquia que está en el hospital? Por favor, llámenos y háganoslo saber. Confiamos en usted para ayudarnos a mantenerse en contacto con aquellos que tal vez no puedan hacerlo por sí mismos. Gracias.

 

Mass Intentions/ Sanctuary Lamps: suggested donation for each is $10.  Sign-up sheet for Sanctuary Lamps is on the back table in the Msgr Duncan Center  -  one intention per week.  Please call the church office for Mass Intentions to be sure the date you want is open.  Blank envelopes are at the back of the MDC for making payments.  Please write checks to ‘Holy Angels’ and make a notation for ‘Mass Intention’ or ‘Sanctuary Lamp’ and if its for ‘deceased’ or ‘sickness’  on the envelope and leave in the basket on the office door.   Thank You!

 

Community Support:  Aluminum cans and tabs are continuously collected by our Knights and Columbiettes to generate monies for community needs.  Please separate the tabs from the cans and place them in the small building behind our granite church. Many thanks!​

 
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

11406 HOLY ANGELS COUNCIL

Grand Knight: Tom Starbuck

Telephone: 336-719-7855

Email: starbuckarchitect@gmail.com

Deputy Grand Knight:  Robert Cross

Telephone:  336-602-0359

Email:  N/A

Meeting Schedule:  Every 2nd Monday of the month 6:30PM Social, 7:00PM Meeting Start in the Msgr. Duncan Center behind the church.

Upcoming Events:

Next meeting will be held on Monday, October 13th at 5:30pm in the Monsignor Duncan Center.

The Knights of Columbus is seeking new and serviceable men’s and women’s shoes for delivery to the VA Medical Center in Kernersville, NC for our local veterans.  The VA keeps items such as this in storage and distributes them when they have a VA patient in need. Please bring the items to the MDC and place them into the bins near the entrance.


All parishioners are reminded to bring their extra coats and place in the bins under the table at the back of the MDC.  The Knights will collect them and turn them in to help our local children this winter.

Knights of Columbus will be offering Bags donated by Lowe’s Foods with the hope that you will bring them back to church with non-perishable food items.  They will be collecting them at the back of the church and deliver them to the local food pantries.  Thank You for supporting local businesses and those in need.  

OUR KNIGHTS IN ACTION

* Operation LAMB - An annual fund raising event to help the

Least Among Us * 

https://kofcnc.org/lamb/

*Coats for Kids Campaign*  Parishioners are asked to bring in their extra coats and place in the bin in the back of the church during the winter months.  We will take them to Hutchens' Cleaners where they clean them for free and distribute them to those organizations in need of coats in our local community.

* Built a ramp for a Handicap member of Holy Angels *

* Financially helped a man attending studies to become a Priest *

* Helping widows within our parish as needed *

RECENT NEWS

Our Knights of Columbus would like to share a couple of significant achievements this week.  During the recent installation of new officers, State District Deputy Peter Falk awarded outgoing Grand Knight Frank Mosblech an award for his 2016-2017 achievements supporting programs such as Coats for Kids and Operation LAMB.    

            Our Council also received an Award of Excellence for the 2016 Operation LAMB drive in which we reached 143% of our 2016 Goal.  Our Knights would also like to THANK the Columbiettes for their support with this important fund raiser and other joint efforts throughout the years.

           

WE NEED YOUR HELP - If any NEW parishioners interested in joining and/or PREVIOUS Knights interested in rejoining our local Knights of Columbus team efforts, please contact your newly elected Grand Knight Randy Goins @ 336-467-4408.

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 

The Knights of Columbus was the leading proponent of the 1954 addition of the words “under God” to the Pledge of Allegiance. U.S. Knights began including the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance in 1951 after the organization’s board of directors adopted a resolution mandating that the amended pledge be formally recited in each of its 750 Fourth Degree assemblies. A year later, the Supreme Council adopted a resolution that urged Congress and the White House to add the words “under God” to the Pledge. Supreme Knight Luke Hart, who was also president of the National Fraternal Congress, persuaded the other 110 fraternal societies to support the resolution as well. The Pledge of Allegiance was formally amended by Congress and signed into law by President Dwight Eisenhower on Flag Day, June 14, 1954. In a letter following the action, President Eisenhower thanked Supreme Knight Hart for the K of C’s work in making the addition of the words “under God,” to the Pledge a reality. Today the Order is directly involved in defending the Pledge against the most recent legal challenges to its constitutionality. In 2005, atheist Michael Newdow, whose earlier lawsuit had been rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court because he lacked standing, filed a new challenge with a number of coplaintiffs. He asked the U.S. District Court in Sacramento, CA to declare the Pledge unconstitutional because it contains the words “under God.” The Knights of Columbus and seven individual Knights and their families sought and were granted permission to join the suit as defendant-intervenors. In 2006, the District Court ruled against the Pledge, and the Knights immediately appealed the decision to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Oral arguments in the case were heard by a panel of the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco on Tuesday, December 4, 2007. On March 11, 2010, the court issued a decision upholding the constitutionality of the Pledge, and ruling that the words under God “do not violate the Establishment Clause.” On October 31, 2007, Newdow filed a similar lawsuit against the school system in Hanover, New Hampshire, this time on behalf of the Freedom From Religion Foundation and several local plaintiffs. Once again, the Knights of Columbus sought and received permission from the court to become defendant-intervenors. On September 30, 2009, U.S. District Judge Steven McAuliffe ruled that the Pledge of Allegiance - including the words “under God” - did not violate the Constitution, and dismissed the case. Judge McAuliffe held that the Pledge “neither advances nor inhibits religion” and “does not foster excessive government involvement with religion.” It was, he said, “enacted to enhance instruction in the Nation’s history, and foster a sense of patriotism.” Newdow has appealed to the First Circuit.


WHY YOU SHOULD BECOME A KNIGHT: https://www.kofc.org/un/en/join/index.html

JOIN US TODAY: https://www.kofc.org/un/en/join/sign-me-up.html

 
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11406 HOLY ANGELS COUNCIL

COLUMBIETTES


President: Linda Galasetti-Simmons

Telephone:  336-648-3593

Email: Lindaholyangels@gmail.com


Vice-President: Candy Triplett

Telephone:  276-733-3573

Email: cft900@rocketmail.com


Meeting Schedule:  2nd Monday, each month (Sept-June) in Msgr Duncan Center

Social starts at 6:30

Meeting starts at 7 pm  ​


COLUMBIETTES IN ACTION

​           Fall bake sale fundraiser. Autumn Leaves weekend

          Retreat at St Francis Springs

          Assist Knights with Operation Lamb 

          Collection of Toys for Tots and Teens at Christmas party with Knights

          Sponsor Angel Tree with Salvation Army and participation of entire parish

          Annual Mardi Gras fundraiser

          Spring fundraiser to be determined

          Assisting Special Olympics with Knights

          Sponsor of Autism Walk

          Contributions to a variety of local charities with monies from our fundraisers. 

          Support for ARC and Fragile X research

      We also provide gift cards to parish families in need of help at Thanksgiving and Christmas and as requested throughout the year. We assisted in a fundraiser for a parish family experiencing medical and financial difficulties.

Upcoming Events

The Columbiettes will be selling locally made face masks outside the MDC after each Mass. They are available in white or blue and cost $5 each. You may also purchase the face masks in the Faith Formation office.


WE NEED YOUR HELP          

In order to continue our efforts to assist our parish and community we need the support 

Of the entire parish. We are always looking for new members and invite anyone interested to attend a meeting or speak to one of our members for more information. We have several standing committees which offer involvement in a variety of ways such as fundraisers, publicity, membership, social events, social welfare, and Catholic action including First Communion, Confirmation, retreats and even a scrapbook committee to capture our activities in pictures!!  Hopefully there is something of interest for everyone.

Come join us!!!

 

Contact Us:

Rev. Peter Nouck, Pastor

Rev. Mr. Wayne J. Nacey, Deacon

1208 N Main St, Mt Airy, NC 27030, USA

Office: (336) 786-8315

(336) 786-8296

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