Mass Intentions of the Week

HOLY SPIRIT CHURCH Dear Friends of Holy Spirit, I’m sure we are all enjoying the cooler temperatures and the lower humidity. This week we have had so

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Dear Friends of Holy Spirit, I’m sure we are all enjoying the cooler temperatures and the lower humidity. This week we have had some beautiful weather! We are blessed. We almost always have people in the parish who are battling cancer. Sometimes this disease will strike someone young and in the prime of her/his life. About 18 months ago, one of our parishioners, Angie Cwikla, began her battle with an aggressive form of breast cancer. After two very strong rounds of chemo, the cancer is still active. Experimental treatment is being considered which insurance does not support. Family income has been greatly reduced and bills are piling up. Angie is 41 and she and David have a son, Jake, who is 11. Pray, pray, pray. As a community we have a responsibility to pray for each other. I asked you to pray daily that God will help Angie. Pray for healing; pray for strength; pray for David and Jake. If you can help financially, there is a fund for Angie. Just go to the GoFundMe website, type in Cwikla and it will take you to their page. I could add other names (like Chris and Warren). We need each other as a community of faith, so let us turn to the Lord with the power of our love and faith. God’s Love and Blessings,

September 18, 2016

Mass Intentions of the Week Mon. Sept. 19th Weekday 8:30 a.m.  Helen Perron - Req. by Jim & Kathy Perron 5:30 p.m. Communion Service Tues. Sept. 20th Saints Andrew Kim Tae-gŏn, Priest, and Paul Chŏng Ha-sang, and Companions, Martyrs 8:30 a.m. Jack & Pat Doyle (60th Wedding Anniversary on 9/22) 5:30 p.m.  Barbara Burford - Req. by Gerard Burford & Family Wed. Sept. 21st Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist 8:30 a.m.  Bernie Seger - Req. by Family 5:30 p.m. Angela Rosales - Req. by Imelda Rosales Thurs. Sept. 22nd Weekday 8:30 a.m.  Luca LaMonaca - Req. by Family 5:30 p.m. Communion Service Fri. Sept. 23rd Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest 8:30 a.m.  Richard Holman - Req. by Family 5:30 p.m.  Michael Rickey - Req. by Friends in Hep. C Support Group Sat. Sept. 24th Weekday 8:30 a.m.  Luca LaMonaca- Req. by Rita Ossorio 5:30 p.m.  Barbara McCarthy - Req. by Friends & Family Sun. Sept. 25th Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:30 a.m.  Mary Strayer - Req. by Anna Powers 9:00 a.m. Congregation 10:30 a.m.  Sandra Winningham - Req. by Debbie Zapp & John Winningham 12/Noon Guidance for the President 1:45 p.m. Spanish Mass

Readings for the Week of September 18, 2016 Monday

Saint Januarius, Bishop and Martyr Prv 3:27-34; Ps 15:2-3a, 3bc-4ab, 5; Lk 8:16-18


Saints Andrew Kim Tae-gŏn, Priest, and Paul Chŏng Ha-sang and Companions, Martyrs Prv 21:1-6, 10-13; Ps 119:1, 27, 30, 34, 35, 44; Lk 8:19-21

Wednesday Saint Ma)hew, Apostle and Evangelist Eph 4:1-7, 11-13; Ps 19:2-3, 4-5; Mt 9:9-13 Thursday

Eccl 1:2-11; Ps 90:3-4, 5-6, 12-13, 14, and 17; Lk 9:7-9


Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest Eccl 3:1-11; Ps 144:1b, 2abc, 3-4; Lk 9:18-22


Eccl 11:9—12:8; Ps 90:3-4, 5-6, 12-13, 14, and 17; Lk 9:43b-45 Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Am 6:1a, 4-7; Ps 146:7, 8-9, 9-10;1 Tm 6:11-16; Lk 16:19-31


Michael Marshall & Maria Luisa Garcia (2)

Please pray for the souls of the recently departed: Judith A. Stuart and Julia Elliott May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God rest in peace.

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Cody and Haley Crider 1 John 4:7 Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God.

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PRAYER LINE - Do you, a friend, or family member have health issues, or are you looking for a job? Feel free to call the Pra er Line at 317-353-0358 and share your prayer intentions with Dorothy Riley. We will be happy to pray for you! If you are interested in becoming a member of the Prayer Line, please give Dorothy a call at 317-353-0358. You are asked to call the next person on the prayer list, it’s easy & very powerful. We’d love to have you!


Please Remember in Your Prayers: **We are trying to update our prayer list. Please call the parish office if you’d like a name added to this list. Phyllis Thompson, Joe Ryan, Nancy Ryan, Margaret Flack, Chris Johnson, Bill & Phyllis Barrett, David Sajdyk, Alexis Clark, Jim Lenahan, Gary Hurst, Karen Gatto, Susan McGinnis, Greg Cawthon, Michael Rairden, JoAnne & John Rairden, Shirley & Robert Mason, Anita Minniefield, Anastacio Barragan, Georgia MacDonald, Angela Cwikla, Jo-an Sheehan, Margaret Flack, Joe McCormick, Jane Kraft, Awita Coloma, Mary Joyce Newman, Angela Rosales, Dorothy Dickey, Lavada Coe, George Colombo, Terry Warren, John Parsley and Julio and Lourdes Nasis.


Please note: due to some new hospital regulations, we are not notified when someone is admitted to an area hospital. If you or a loved one is seriously ill and in need of the sacrament of the sick, please call the parish office and let us know at: (317-353-9404).

Baptism - Third Sundays of each month at 3:30 p.m. in the chapel. Please call the Parish Office for arrangements. Parents must attend the Preparation Class on the second Sunday of the month at 10:30 a.m. Class will meet in Conference Rm. C in the Parish Center. Reconciliation - Saturday, 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Each Weekday 5:10 to 5:25 p.m., by request only or anytime by appointment. Call Parish Center. Marriage - Please arrange at Parish Office six months in advance. Holy Orders - Those considering the Priesthood or a Religious vocation, please contact our Pastor or the Archdiocesan Vocation Office at 317-236-1490.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Sunday morning classes are available for ages 3 through high school. For information call the Religious Ed. Office. Child Care is available during the Sunday 10:30 a.m. Mass. It is located off the side of the west vestibule.

INTERESTED IN THE CATHOLIC FAITH? Inquiry Classes begin in late summer as part of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). Call the Parish Office for information.

BULLETIN The deadline for the articles is Monday 8:00 a.m. for the following Sunday bulletin. This will allow more information to be translated into Spanish. Preferred method of communication is e-mailing the article or information (Word Document or .pdf format) to [email protected]. If no computer access, please drop off your information at the Parish Office.

NURSE LINE Please call 317-353-9404 #8 to leave a message or to request a ride to an appointment.

RCIA The topic for RCIA class this Wednesday, September 21, 2016, is Who is God, Creation and will be presented by Mark Miller. Come join us in the Parish Center in the Conference Room D in the basement. All are welcome!

Evening Receptionist Needed If you would like a name added, please call the Parish Office. We will leave names on our list for a few weeks, and then remove them if we do not have any current information. At Nursing Homes and/or Hospitals: Westminster Village North: Joe O’Connell, Joe McCormick Rosewalk: Mike Curtis St. Paul’s Hermitage: Margaret Callahan, Mary O’Donnell, Sam Ajamie Berkshire of Castleton: Alice Shanahan Methodist Hospital: John P. Lee Jr. Wildwood: Mildred “Millie” Warfield, Crestwood Village East: Fr. William Munshower Greenbriar/Dutch Haven: Bob Cavanaugh

Weekly Budget $23,385.00 Sunday Collection 9-11-16 = $17,936.71 Avg. weekly online collection = $4,100.00 Total = $22,036.71 (-$1,348.29) Nigerian Mission Collection = $6,240.47

The Parish Center is in need of volunteers for the evening receptionist duty from 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday of each month and one Friday a month. Please contact Quenia in the Parish Office if you are interested: 317-353-9404.

GOLDENAIRES QUILT RAFFLE The Goldenaires will have a quilt raffle the weekend of 9/24 and 9/25/16 in the East Vestibule. All proceeds are used to purchase food baskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas for the needy. St. Vincent DePaul will distribute the baskets. Please stop by to admire the quilt and purchase raffle tickets. Donations are 1 chance for $2 or 3 chances for $5. Thank you in advance for helping us to help others! -Ann Schwall, President of the Goldenaires


September 18, 2016

RESPECT LIFE SUNDAY - please Giving Hope to a World in Need Children THRIVE in East Africa. CRS’ THRIVE program is helping thousands of children under 5 in Tanzania, Kenya, and Malawi receive high quality health care and nutrition so their bodies and minds can reach their full potential. Many children are particularly vulnerable at this critical period because of poverty and HIV. Early childhood development - a child’s physical, cognitive, linguistic, social and emotional development from before birth to age 8 - is a critical focus for CRS. CRS partners have trained over 3,750 community-based volunteers to educate more than 19,200 caregivers of young children with materials and knowledge to help children in their early development stage. Learn more at October Wine Tour 10/15/2016 The Travel Club will be taking in some wineries in Northern Indiana. We will leave at 8:30 a.m., and return at 8:00 p.m. This trip includes an Orchard/Winery, a Cheese and Wine stop and two Wineries with in 20 minutes of each other. Food may be purchased at either of the first two stops and box lunches will be provided as you prefer. Cost is 85.00 per person and includes bus, snacks, water, box lunch, wine tastings. Limit of 40 travelers. Please call and leave message with your name, phone number and the number attending at 317-356-4412, or email me, Rose Scheibelhut at [email protected]. Payment in full is due by September 30, 2016.

The Rose Evancho Family would like to thank those who helped out with the Mercy Meal on August 27. Thank you!

to everyone that cuts our grass and keeps our lawn beautiful.

save the date Sunday, October 2. Please show your prayerful support for life at the Life Chain on October 2 from 2:30 until 3:30. Our location is the same as in past years the northeast corner of Meridian and 18th Streets.

1040 Post Road

Afternoon Movie at 1:00PM on Thursday, Sept 22 Grumpy Old Men – No charge ALL are Welcome

Karaoke with Jersey Danny Friday, September 23 Kitchen opens at 6 PM Singing begins at 7PM No cover charge – ALL are Welcome – Come join us!

Dinner with the Knights Monday, September 26 Serving starts at 6:30, Cost: $5.00 Menu: Teriyaki chicken, vegetable, salad, soft drinks & dessert

Hayride with the Knights at Southeastway Park Saturday, October 8, from 6-9 p.m. $10 per person – this includes: Hayride, hot dogs, chili, chips, soda, coffee & cookies. 3 - Hayride wagons (25 people per wagon) – ride times are 6:40 p.m., 7:20 p.m. & 8 p.m. Rides are on a first-come, first served basis. Make your reservations by October 3, 2016, by calling 317-897-1577. At Southeastway Park we will be inside at the Activity Center – Fireplace, Inside restrooms, Music. Mark your calendar! ALL ARE WELCOME!

The Ladies Auxiliary of Our Lady of Fatima Council Knights of Columbus is sponsoring A Time For All Seasons Bazaar Saturday, October 22 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Fatima Event Center If you are interested in booth space, please contact Chris Davis at 317-313-5534. This Bazaar will be open to the general public. Bingo every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to Noon. We have a $1,000.00 Jackpot! YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A KNIGHT TO ATTEND.

ALL ARE WELCOME – COME JOIN US! Honduras Free Will Offering online! You can now make your contribution online through the Holy Spirit web site. It is simple, go to the Holy Spirit site and choose “Giving”, log in, and select “Honduras Free Will Offering” under the payment type you wish to make. THANK YOU!

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Fall Blood Drive The Fall Blood Drive is Sunday, September 25, 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., in the school gym. Donating blood is a life saving ministry and is truly selfgiving. Each unit donated helps up to three people. Registration for the blood drive is the weekend of September 17/18; however, walk-in's are welcome. New volunteers are needed not only to donate blood but also to help during the drive. We are in need of donations for refreshments, cookies and juice for the blood donors and sandwiches for the blood center employees. We also need volunteers to help setup before, work during and help clean up afterwards. Thank you for your prayerful considerations! If you have any questions please contact: Juanita Johnson at 317-498-9046 or Pat Kieffer at 317-8912413.

SUBSTANCE ADDICTION MINISTRY (SAM) Four major dimensions that support a life in recovery from any addiction: Health – overcoming or managing one's disease(s) or symptoms; for example, abstaining from use of alcohol, illicit drugs, gambling, or non-prescribed medications if one has an addiction problem -- and for everyone in recovery, making informed, healthy choices that support physical and emotional well-being Home – having a stable and safe place to live Purpose – being involved in meaningful daily activities, such as a job, school volunteerism, family caretaking, or creative endeavors, and the independence, income, and resources to participate in society Community – having relationships and social networks that provide support, friendship, love and hope. from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration "We turn our will and our life over to the care of God as we understand Him. A Higher Power is like a friend who really cares about us and wants to share our problems." from Alateen - A Day at a Time Women of the Church The deadline is Sept. 26 to register for the Women of the Church national conference Oct. 7-9 in Ferdinand. The conference will recognize and support how women participate in the Church. Nationallyknown speakers and breakout sessions. For both women and men. Conference rate $190. For the schedule and to register, visit Co-hosted by the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand and by Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology.

Cemetery Masses Calvary Cemetery will hold a Memorial Day Mass on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at Calvary Cemetery Chapel, 435 W. Troy, Indianapolis IN at 2:00 p.m. Please Join us, all are welcome.

BEING AND BELONGING November 18-20, 2016 Save the Dates! A Weekend Retreat for Separated and Divorced Catholics An annual retreat open to all faiths held at Fatima Retreat House, 5353 E. 56th Street in Indianapolis, Indiana. As a participant, you are invited to relax as you journey with others, listening to their stories and exploring a common loss. The program will help deepen your understanding of the healing process and increase your sense of belonging as well as help you discover and affirm that God is with you in your struggles and in your hope. Please contact Deb VanVelse at 317-236-1586, 800 -382-9836 (ext. 1586), or [email protected] additional information.

FORE! Please join the Joseph Maley Foundation Friday, September 23, 2016 for an afternoon of golf to serve children of all abilities! Our annual Golf Outing takes place at the Eagle Creek Golf Club Pines Course. Onsite registration and the range will open at 12 PM, and we tee off with a shotgun start at 1. Registration includes complimentary boxed lunch, water, soft drinks, and beer. Foursomes are available for $500, and individual golfers can play for $150. Register today at

Angels of Grace ~ A Celebration of Women Benedict Inn 1402 Southern Avenue, Beech Grove, IN invites you to join us for our 9th annual awards ceremony and celebration of the “angels” in our lives - women who have made a difference. Enjoy a style show, a delicious lunch and a chance to meet women who have distinguished themselves through acts of compassion and kindness. Honor the women who are important to you by inviting them to this special event. Saturday, September 24, 2016 ~ 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Fee $35 per person. The event will be held at Primo Banquet Hall (South). Call 317-788-7581 to register or visit us at


September 18, 2016

Twinning Ministry Our Twinning Ministry began in the fall of 2010. Fr. Chris had a call out meeting for anyone interested in serving on a committee to select a parish in Central America to share our faith and resources. About 10 people met several times, forming criteria we thought important in selecting a parish. Ultimately, we selected San Francisco de Asís in Texiguat, El Paraíso, Honduras, from several parishes suggested by the Parish Twinning Program of the Americas. The initial visit was in January 2011, with Fr. Chris, three parishioners, and Frances Sosadeter, who represents PTPA, the organization that pairs parishes in the US with those in Central America. Since then, we have made 12 trips to our sister parish, twice a year (January and June). A total of 140 visitors (69 different people) have made this trip (~12 per visit). The purpose of our twinning ministry is to develop friendships and relationships with the people of Texiguat sharing prayer, solidarity, charity, and compassion. A typical visit includes daily prayer or Mass, visits to the elderly or sick of surrounding communities (~40), conducting clinics for distribution of eyeglasses, teaching English to the youth, retreats and other activities with the youth, painting or improvement to the school/preschool. Typically, we bring medicines, tooth brushes and toothpaste, supplies for the children or other supplies for which they have expressed a need. Sor Dorly, a missionary sister from Brazil, has a medical clinic in the town. She has asked for certain prescription and non-prescription medications that we supply through generous donations of our Holy Spirit parishioners. Third Sunday freewill offering donations help to pay for these medicines and other necessities that Padre Juan Pablo and their twinning committee decides to be beneficial for the people of San Francisco de Asís Parish. Our ministry team meets monthly, the second Tuesday at 6:00 pm, in the parish center. Anyone is welcome and invited to come and be part of the ministry, even if there is no desire or ability to visit Honduras. The co-chairpersons are Christine Brokaw, [email protected] and John Evans, [email protected]. Once a year, we invite people on their twinning committee to come to Holy Spirit. This usually is in October or November. The purpose of their visit here to Holy Spirit is not only to show them our culture and lifestyle, but also to help promote our relationship with their parish. Our next trip will take place January 23-30, 2017. The cost is about $1000, depending on airfare costs. Each traveler is responsible for their trip expenses; however, many fund raise or apply for scholarships. Two of our youth were recently awarded scholarships from the archdiocese for the June trip. This is truly a spiritual experience. Most people return with a new outlook and compassion for others. As many have expressed, “We go there thinking we are going to serve them, but see that they are the ones serving us.” If you are interested in learning more, please contact one of the leaders (Christine or John), or simply com to one of our meetings.

Next week s Ministry of the Week is Quilting Ministry. If you would like your ministry to be the Ministry of the Week, please have your ministry head send an email to Michelle Schultz at [email protected].

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Must be 18-35 to participate.

September 25 - BISHOP'S BASH

Holy Spirit School Rooted in Faith... Fruitful in Spirit September

19-22 8th Grade Washington DC Trip 22 Trash Bag Sale Ends

October 7

PTP Harvest Hoedown 5-8 p.m.

10-12 12 13 14

Vision and Hearing Screening Fall Music Program K-2 Noon Dismissal Student Led Conference Full Day

4-8pm. Archbishop Tobin has graciously invited us to continue the tradition of ‘bashing-it-up’ this September for mass, dinner, games, live music, and more! ALL young adults are invited (ages 1835). This time around we will have the mass at Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral downtown Indy, followed by party at the Catholic Center parking lot (just a walk across the street) with FOOD TRUCKS where you can purchase your dinner, tent with tables and chairs, LIVE MUSIC, games, and more! See y'all there!

October 7 - FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION Join Men and Women ages 18-35 for a holy hour, reflection, food, and fellowship! First one will be at Christ the Kin in Broad Ripple. 7 pm: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Holy Hour Silent time for prayer, contemplation, reflection with music. Reconciliation will be offered by priests after reflection. 8 pm: Dinner, time to hang out!

Religious Education Please note that Religious Education Fees can now be paid online! To pay online, simply go to the Holy Spirit Catholic Church website (holyspirit-indy.or ), click on MENU, then click on GIVE. When you click on GIVE, you can set up an account and from there you will be directed how to pay. If you need assistance, please come by our offices and we will be happy to help you! Our office is open the following hours: Monday -- Tuesday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday: Closed Thursday -- Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

RAMSIES: Childcare and Pre School 24 months to 38 months available openings Monday - Friday Call the school office for more information 352-1243.

October 18- December 13 - BOWLING LEAGUE IndyCatholic Intramurals is back for it's 3rd season of BOWLING! This is such a fun season, so sign up early to make sure you get your spot! Teams of 5, so you can sign up with friends or as an individual and we'll place you on a great team! Re istration is now open!

Tuition Manager Opening Scecina Memorial High School is seeking a Tuition Manager. The Manager’s duties are primarily the development, communication, and collection of tuition and fees. This individual will work with tuition assistance process for students and families. Knowledge of the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program is highly desirable. The Tuition Manager will also work with bank reconciliations, ledger entries and financial reports. The successful candidate will be customer service oriented with a true heart for Catholic education and for helping Scecina families navigate the tuition process. This is a full time, hourly non-exempt position with benefits. Qualified candidates are asked to send by e-mail or regular mail a letter of interest, resume, and salary history, in confidence, to: Cindy Hemmelgarn Vice President of Finance & Operations Scecina Memorial High School 5000 Nowland Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46201 Applications will be accepted [email protected] through October 15, 2016.


September 18, 2016

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Holy Spirit PTP Trash Bag Sale Sale starts September 9 – Orders Due September 22 The HS PTP will be selling trash bags again as our annual major fundraiser. All proceeds from this year’s sale will go towards the purchase and installa"on of a new security system and cameras for both the school and parish grounds. We are happy to again be partnering with Froner Bags for this sale. Trash Bags come on a cardboard roll so they can be hung for easier dispensing. There are 3 sizes of bags available – all are $10 per Roll White – 15 Gallon (65 bags/roll) Yellow – 39 Gallon (25 bags/roll) Blue – 55 Gallon (15 bags/roll) Orders can be made through the school office. • Order Pick-up will be October 13 from 12-6 p.m. in the garage in the church parking lot. (BAGS MUST BE PICKED UP OCTOBER 13) If you have any quesons, please contact Sue Gaudreau at [email protected] or Beth Stuczynski at [email protected] . Thank you in advance for your connued support! •

ESPIRÍTU SANTO PTP Bolsa de Basura Venta Comenzará el 9 de sep"embre – Pedidos debido 22 de sep"embre El Espirítu Santo PTP será la venta de bolsas de basura de nuevo como la recaudación de fondos annual importante. Todas las ganancias de la venta de este año se des"narán a la compra e instalación de un nuevo Sistema de seguridad y cámaras tanto para la escuela y terrenos de la parroquia. Estamos encantados de volver a ser la asociación con Froner Bags para esta venta. Bolsas de basura vienen en un rollo de carton para que puedan ser colgados para la dispensació fácil. Hay 3 tamaños de bolsas disponibles – todos son $10 por Rollo Blanco – 15 Galones (65 bolso/rollo) Amarillo – 39 Galones(25 bolso/rollo) Azul – 55 Galones(15 bolso/rollo) • Los edidos pueden hacerse a través de la oficina de la escuela. • Orden de recogida será el 13 de octubre a parr de 12-6 p.m. en el garaje en el estacionamiento de la iglesia. (BOLSAS DEBEN SER RECOGIDOS EL 13 DE OCTUBRE) Si usted ene alguna pregunta, por favor, póngase en contacto con Sue Gaudreau en [email protected] o Beth Stuczynski en [email protected] . ¡Gracias de antemano por su apoyo connuo!


18 de septiembre del 2016


BOLETIN EN ESPAÑOL Pastor: Monseñor Paul Koetter

Vida Espiritual

Pastor Asociado: Rev. Juan José Valdés

Coordinador del Ministerio: Fr. Juan José Valdés 317-353-9404 [email protected] EucarisAa: Pedro Herrera 317-431-6338 [email protected] Lectores: Juan Pérez 317-414-4972 [email protected] Hospitalidad: Grupo # 1 Maria Jaimes 317-985-3213 Hospitalidad: Grupo # 2 Fidelina Duarte (317) 513-1076 Monaguillos: Eloísa Pérez 317-890-8420 Coro Parroquial: Directora de Música Holly Herber 317-353-9404 ext. 5 [email protected] Coro de Mujeres: Marisela Pérez 484-546-1954 Coro de Jóvenes y Niños: : Julio Reyes 317- 737-4147 Arte y Medio Ambiente: María Caldera 317-935-5284 Ensayo de Ceremonias: Rocío Mejía 317-513-0925 [email protected]

Formación en la fe Pastoral juvenil, Familiar, adolecentes y confirmaciones: Mary Kate Shanahan 317- 353-9404 Ext. 125 [email protected] Grupo Juvenil Kudai: Miriam Reyes 317-737-4133 [email protected] Pequeñas Comunidades: Julio Muñoz y Virina Cárdenas 317-459-9717 Cristo Renueva su Parroquia –Mujeres: Liriam Jiménez 317-496-1623 [email protected] Cristo Renueva su Parroquia –Hombres: Juan Hernández 317-927-5077 [email protected] Catecismo y bau"zos especiales: niños mayores de 6 años Gladys Tarter 317-357-6915 [email protected] Formación de adultos: María Ibarra y Cecilia García 317-612-1248 317-438-6545 [email protected] RICA Español: Gladys Tarter 317-357-6915 [email protected] Matrimonios comprome"dos: Claudia Gómez 317-435-7630 [email protected] Divinas Representaciones: Eric Vergara 317- 652-8602 Quinceañeras: Quenia Rodríguez 317-353-9404 [email protected]

Pastoral Social Caballeros de Colon: Juan Pérez 317-414-4972 [email protected] Grupo de oración SAN JUAN BOSCO: Dulce Lammers 317- 862-4474 [email protected] Grupo de oración carismá"co FUEGO NUEVO: Aurora Meléndez y Yolanda García Aurora:317-851-0675 Yolanda: 317-909-5572 [email protected]

Secretaria de la Iglesia: Sra. Quenia Rodríguez, Disponible: Martes a Viernes de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m. Teléfono (317)353-9404

ACTIVIDADES DE LA COMUNIDAD HISPANA DE LA IGLESIA ESPIRITU SANTO MKLM NO NLPMQRS M SM 1:45 P.V. CROWNLKRONL: 1:15-1:45 P.V. SMOXR RRLMYKR: 1:15 P.V. ∗Bautismos, primer domingo de cada mes, próximos el 2 de octubre. ∗Pláticas para Bautismos infan"les, menores de 6 años, las próximas clases serán el 30 de sep"embre de 5:00 a 7:00 p.m. Inscripciones en la oficina. ∗Quinceañeras, para más información, registrarse, o apartar el día, comuníquese con Quenia Rodríguez. ∗Reunión del Ministerio Hispano, segundo martes de cada mes, próxima reunión el 11 de Octubre; 7:00 p.m. en el comedor parroquial. ∗Preparación Matrimonial, tercer martes de cada mes, próximas placas 20 de sep"embre. Antes de asisr a las placas regístrate en la oficina parroquial. ∗Matrimonios Comprometidos, (Reunión de parejas casadas por la Iglesia que quieran seguir creciendo a nivel humano y cristiano) próxima reunión será el 7 de octubre de 7:00 a 9:00 p.m. en el salón # 6 de las oficinas centrales de la Iglesia. Más información con Claudia Gomez. ∗Misa del Grupo de Adolecentes, el cuarto domingo de cada mes. Te invitamos a aprender y servir durante la misa. Comunícate con Miriam Reyes. ∗Ensayo de Coro de Jóvenes Kudai, todos los viernes 7:00 p.m. Para más información comunícate con: Miriam Reyes (317) 737-4133.

Religiosidad Popular Virgen peregrina y devoción Guadalupana: Margarita Fajardo 317-488-1426 [email protected] Novenario y condolencias de difuntos; Irma Navarro Y Sergio Vargas 317- 625-7547 [email protected]

Comunicaciones BoleAn en español: 317-353-9404 bulle[email protected] Por favor envíe por 8 a.m. lunes por la mañana. ¡Gracias! Secretaria Parroquial: Quenia Rodríguez 317-353-9404 [email protected]

Voluntarios para Recepcionista La Oficina Parroquial necesita voluntarios como recepcionista por la tarde el segundo y cuarto jueves de cada mes y un viernes al mes de 4:30-8:00 pm. (saber ingles) Si estas interesado por favor contacta a Quenia en la oficina Parroquial: 317-353-9404.

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Carta del Pastor Asociado

Queridos amigos de la Iglesia Espíritu Santo, “NO OLVIDARÉ JAMÁS NINGUNA DE ESTAS ACCIONES” ⇒ Disminuir las medidas: reducir los litros...a

menos de un litro; los metros...a 90 centímetros; los kilos...a 900 gramos; el contenido de los tanques de gas...a la mitad; los bolillos de 70 gramos...a 50; el reparto de utilidades...a una burla; las ocho horas de trabajo...a seis de trabajo efectivo y dos de actividades varias (charla, tejido, crucigramas); y vender la gasolina con máquinas despachadoras alteradas… Aumentar los precios: tanto de los productos que vendemos como de los servicios que prestamos; y de las casas, apartamentos o cuartos que ofrecemos en alquiler, cuando no hay razón alguna que lo justifique, y sin importarnos un comino los demás. Alterar las balanzas: la de la justicia y las otras, mediante cualquiera de las mil formas en que se puede hacer, para de fraudar los derechos y los bienes ajenos. Obligar a los pobres a venderse: por salarios mínimos o menos que mínimos; y a las pobres por un par de sandalias, por un ascenso laboral, un aumento de sueldo o una amenaza de despido. Vender el salvado como trigo: el garbanzo, como café; el auto en malas condiciones, como si estuviera “al centavo;” hacer “rendir” la leche con agua; las refacciones viejas, como si fueran nuevas; las tortillas, como si fueran de maíz y no de olote… “El Señor, gloria de Israel, lo ha jurado,” como nos lo recuerda la primera lectura de hoy.

¡Dios los bendiga!

Echa un vistazo la información y formulario de pedido para la venta de bolsas de basura en las páginas 10 y 11.

Madre querida, Virgen María: asísteme y bendíceme en mi enfermedad y haz que en medio de nuestros dolores y angustias, me sienta reconfortado por ti y unido a tu hijo Jesucristo en su Cruz. Virgen Santísima, tú que conoces el sufrimiento, reanima mi fe, cúbreme con tu manto protector, pues eres mi fortaleza y esperanza de alcanzar el alivio en los padecimientos. Señora mía, socórreme en la hora del dolor, protégeme de la desesperación, infúndeme esperanza. Enséñame a cumplir la misteriosa voluntad de Dios y a alabar y bendecir su nombre. Nuestra Señora de la Salud, ruega por nosotros. Amén. Por favor oren por los enfermos y difuntos de nuestra comunidad. INTENCIONES Las intenciones para la misa se deben registrar antes de la misa en el vesQbulo del oeste, junto a la guardería. Alguien estará ahí para ayudarles de 1:00 a 1:40 pm. Les pedimos una donación de $5. ¡Gracias!

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Feith Judson (+) Enrique López (+) Omar López (+) Pedro Arias (+) Marcos Esquivel (+) Salvador Huerta (+) Sabina Ruiz (+) Guadalupe Ponce (+) Josefina Rosales (+) Elías Ríos (+) Jorge Valdez (+) Silvia Flores (+) Santiago Evangelista (+) Eva Torrez (+) María del Refugio Huerta (+) Antonia Núñez Vargas (+) Trinidad Amezcua (+) Alberto Cortez Guzmán (+) Sra. Virginia (+) Luis Alberto Ochoa (+) Amelia Fonseca (+)

Desaparecidos Juan Pablo Díaz Enfermos

Alfonso Huerta Paul Sthuler Javier Madrigal Mercedes Martínez


Yazid León María José Andalun


Chris Gómez Mirta Peña

Intenciones Personales

Víctor Gáleas Familia Sánchez Hernández Luis Flores


Escuela del Espíritu Santo Enraizada en la fe... Fructífera en Espíritu Septiembre 19-22 Viaje de 8° grado a Washington DC 22 Finaliza la venta de bolsas para la basura

1040 Post Road

18 de septiembre del 2016

MINISTERIO JUVENIL DEL ESPÍRITU SANTO Directora de Pastoral juvenil, Mary Kate Shanahan, [email protected]

Eventos del Ministerio Juvenil 18 de septiembre- Clases de confirmación 12-6 p.m. 24-25 de septiembre - Grupo de Juvenil Comienza 2 de octubre - Clases de confirmación 2 e octubre - Buceo en la noche de película ¡Compruebe en el boletín para un calendario con todas las fechas y los acontecimientos que suceden en este semestre!

Paseo en carreta con los caballeros en Southeastway Park

Sábado 8 de octubre de 6-9 pm $10 por persona- incluye: Paseo, hot dogs, papas fritas, refrescos, café y galletas. Los paseos (25 personas por vagón) son 6:40 pm, 7:20 pm y 8:00 pm. Haz tus reservaciones el 3 de Octubre llamando al 317-897-1577. Estaremos en el Southeastway Park en el centro de actividades. ¡¡¡Márcalo en tu calendario!!! ¡¡¡Te esperamos!!! Mujeres Auxiliares de la Virgen de Fátima junto Caballeros de Colón del Consejo patrocina Bazar de todas las estaciones Sábado 22 de octubre de 9:00 a.m.-02:00 p.m. en el Centro de Eventos Fátima. Si usted está interesado por favor contacte a Chris Davis en 317-313-5534. Este bazar estará abierta al público en general Bingo todos los martes desde las 9:30 a.m. hasta el mediodía. ¡Tenemos $1,000.00 para ganar! ¡¡¡ TODOS SON BIENVENIDOS, ACOMPANANOS!!!

Donación de Sangre en Otoño

Donación de sangre el Domingo 25 de Septiembre de 8:00 am - 1:30 pm. En el gimnasio de la escuela. Donar sangre es una manera de salvar vidas, cada unidad donada ayuda a tres personas. Si deseas inscribirte para donar puedes hacerlo el 17 y 18 de septiembre. Se necesitan nuevos voluntarios no solo para la donación de sangre, sino también para ayudar durante el viaje. Necesitamos también donaciones de refrescos, galletas y jugo para los donantes y sándwiches para los empleados y personas que ayuden a limpiar. Gracias por sus oraciones. Si tiene alguna pregunta por

favor póngase en contacto con: Juanita Johnson al 317-498-9046 o al 317-891-2413 con Pat Kieffer.

Debe ser 18-35 a participar.

25 de Septiembre- BISHOP'S BASH 4-8pm. El Arzobispo Tobin nos ha invitado a seguir con la tradición ‘bashing-it-up’ en septiembre. Cena, juegos, música en vivo y mucho mas!!, Todos los adultos jóvenes están invitados (edades 18-35). En esta ocasión tendremos la misa en La Catedral San Pedro Pablo Centro Indianapolisi, seguido por el partido en el estacionamiento del Centro Católico (al lado de la calle) Camiones con comida donde podrá comprar su cena, carpas con mesas y sillas y mucho mas! Nos vemos allí!!!

7 Octubre - ADORACION DE VIERNES PRIMERO Acompáñenos hombres y mujeres de 18-35 años de edad para la hora santa, reflexión, comida y compañerismo. 7 pm: Exposición del Sacramento y hora santa en silencio para orar, contemplar y reflexionar. La reconciliación será después de la reflexión. 8 pm: Cena, tiempo para pasar el rato!

18 de Octubre- 13 Diciembre LIGA DE BOLOS IndyCatholic Intramurals regresa para la 3 sesión de BOLOS! Es una temporada de diversión, así que asegúrate de registrarte para obtener tu lugar! Los equipos son de 5, así que puedes registrarte con amigos o individual! Las inscripciones están abiertas! ¿Tienes problemas con tu manera de beber? Te gustaría conocer personas que han encontrado una manera diferente de vivir sin alcohol? No estas solo, si necesitas mas información llama a alcohólicos anónimos es gratuito y confidencial 317-828-3647 También hay grupos de familia que pueden ayudarte llama gratuitamente al 888-4-252666 o visita

310 N. Mitthoeffer Rd.


Live Fishing Bait & Tackle Where bait shop & country store meet! Operated by a family of U.S. Military Veterans 317-545-BAIT (2248) 3241 N. Arlington Ave.

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DEERING CLEANERS 1160 N. Arlington

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Parishioner 1511 N. Post Rd., Ste. B



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American Family Mutual Insurance Company and its Subsidiaries American Family Insurance Company Home Office – Madison, WI 53783 ©2012 006441 - 9/12

5317 E. 16th St.

Convalescent, Hospital & Sickroom Aids & Supplies


356-2471 317-469-0169 800-887-0437


Carpet Cleaning–Limpieza de alfombra 317-755-6175

• Whole Home Remodeling & Room Additions • Residential & Commercial Parishioner Since 1972

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Licensed • Bonded • Insured

SPECIAL Buy 1 entree & 2 beverages get the 2nd entree at 1/2 PRICE

Plumbing Contractor


Book Your Special Event Now! Weddings • Holidays • Family Gatherings

1040 N. Post • 317-897-1577

Our Lady of Fatima Council #3228 Contact: Holly Blagburn (H) 335-1177 • (C) 965-8781

MORTUARIES & CREMATORY Over 100 Years of Family Ownership & Operation Five Locations 9606 E. Washington St.



• Repair & Installation • Drains Cleaned • Bath Remodeling • Water Lines

Open 6 AM • 7 Days a Week Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

Carry Out Available

894-5570 ONE LIGHT EAST OF MEIJER Parishioner


• Small, Custom Feel Community • Walking Trails & Pond • All Ranch Homes, with Brick & Stone Exterior Options • Bonus Rooms & Basements Available • Mt. Vernon Schools





An “Over 55” active adult and assisted living community. Utilities paid Fitness Center Free Transportation (317)


356-4173 %15!,(/53).' /00/245.)4 9 Caring For You Since 1910

Anthony M. Campo & Associates

Attorneys at Law


FC Tucker Company Design to Sell Enterprise, Inc.


Dr. J.R. Lindeman Family Dentistry

Integrated Therapeutic Massage

Certified Geriatric Massage (H) 317-894-4011 (C) 317-432-1565


6084 W. 800 N. McCordsville [email protected]

Auto, Truck, Slip & Fall Injuries; Estates, Wills, Trusts; Powers of Attorney & Living Wills


Bob Rohrman’s Indy Hyundai

by Medy Myers, RN

State Massage Certification by Indiana Professional Licensing Agency

H.S. Parishioner 8888 E. 10th St. [email protected]

Cell 317-945-8445 Fax 317-336-7152 Business 317-336-6051

Ask for Rick Rohrman, General Manager 7101 Washington St. 317-613-7000 Indy’s Low-Price Powerhouse


Enjoy The Best Mexican Food In Town!


Large Parties Welcome!

9918 E. Washington St. 11020 E. 10th St. • Dr. Dane Uhl, DMD • 317-898-9231


Residential • Commercial New Construction

317-898-3921 Parishioner

Sales • Service & Repair Installation


Corner of Washington St. at Mitthoffer

5129 S. Emerson Ave. .........................786-0799 8005 E. 30th St. ........................................894-1867 4914 Rockville Rd. ..................................381-9787

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317-443-7429 Real Estate Consultant 1st VP Residential Sales CRS, GRI, Interior Designer Parishioner

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“Always helping you make the right move”

LICENSED • BONDED • INSURED Quality Indoor Comfort from Our Family to Yours Since 1978



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Free Estimates - We Service/Repair All Brands $49 Tune-Up when you mention Holy Spirit!

Rick Daves

Owners/Parishioners: MaryBeth (Wise) Hughes Ken Hughes • Jason Hughes


Each office is independently owned and operated.

Try Our Weekend Brunch Pizzas

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Bob & Laura Stark – Parishioners Mick McGrath & Nancy Duncan – School Family

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