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OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH May 10-11, 2014

Sunday, May 11 Sunday, May 11 Sunday, May 11-- -Happy Mothers Day Happy Mothers Day Happy Mothers Day
8:30a Mass - Church
9:30a Religious Ed (K-5th) - PLC (Last Class)
11:00a Mass - Church

Monday, May 12 Monday, May 12 Monday, May 12
8:00a Mass - Church

Tuesday, May 13 Tuesday, May 13 Tuesday, May 13
8:00a Mass-Church
6:30p Baby Shower-Hosted by Respect Life &
Womens Club-PLC

Wednesday, May 14 Wednesday, May 14 Wednesday, May 14
8:00a Mass-Church
2:00P Vintage Victorians-Afternoon Tea
7:00p Knights of Columbus Mtg.-VH

Thursday, May 15 Thursday, May 15 Thursday, May 15
8:00a Mass - Church
7:30p Choir Rehearsal-VH

Friday, May 16 Friday, May 16 Friday, May 16
8:00a Mass - Church

Saturday, May 17 Saturday, May 17 Saturday, May 17-- -3RD SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION 3RD SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION 3RD SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION
2ND COLLECTION 2ND COLLECTION 2ND COLLECTION-- -CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS
5:00p Mass - Church

Sunday, May 18 Sunday, May 18 Sunday, May 18-- -3rd SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION 3rd SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION 3rd SUNDAY FOOD COLLECTION
2ND COLLECTION 2ND COLLECTION 2ND COLLECTION-- -CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS
8:30a Mass - Church
11:00a Mass - Church
Sat., May 10
5:00p
St. Damien de Veuster
Spec.Intention Jerry & Betsy Holland (Family)
Sun., May 11
8:30a
11:00a
Fourth Sunday of Easter/Mothers Day
+Giovanna Mosca (M/M Vincent DiSante)
+Helen Casasanta (Dave & Judy Cowgill)
Mon. May 12
8:00a
Sts. Nereus & Achilleus & St. Pancras
+Sheila & Al Dyckes (Rob & Crystal Dyckes)
Tues. May 13
8:00a
11:00a-FCV
Our Lady of Fatima
+Jill Thurston (Matthew)
+Christina B. Wells (James Wilfinger)
Wed., May 14
8:00a
St. Matthias
+Evelina Falasca (Marianne & Ed Pirik)
Thurs., May 15
8:00a
St. Isidore
+Betty Buttress (Melba Miller)
Fri., May 16
8:00a
Easter Weekday
+Catherine Rogers (Michael & Jennifer Stella)
Sat., May 17
5:00p
Easter Weekday
+Louise Bartoline (Margaret Susi)
Sun., May 18
8:30a
11:00a
Fifth Sunday of Easter
+Don Furr (Family)
+Erik Falasca (Mom & Dad)
MASS INTENTIONS MASS INTENTIONS MASS INTENTIONS
THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE
105 Envelopes Recd; 762 issued $3,975.00
15 Loose Checks 1,148.00
May 3-4 Loose Cash 506.00
Total $5,629.00
Thank you to all who support the work of God Thank you to all who support the work of God Thank you to all who support the work of God

THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH FOOD COLLEC- THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH FOOD COLLEC- THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH FOOD COLLEC-
TION: TION: TION: Our Lady of Victory Parish supports food banks
located in Columbus and McArthur, OH by
collecting non-perishable food items every
Third Sunday of the Month. Please partici-
pate by bringing in non-perishable food
donations and placing them in the baskets
provided next Weekend-May 17-18. Thank
you for your support!
TT THIS IS THE LAST WEEKEND FOR THE ST. VINCENT HIS IS THE LAST WEEKEND FOR THE ST. VINCENT HIS IS THE LAST WEEKEND FOR THE ST. VINCENT
DE PAUL CLEANING SUPPLIES COLLECTION FOR DE PAUL CLEANING SUPPLIES COLLECTION FOR DE PAUL CLEANING SUPPLIES COLLECTION FOR
J.O.I.N. J.O.I.N. J.O.I.N. A collection box is located at the entrance to the
church.
PARISH COUNCIL ELECT PARISH COUNCIL ELECT PARISH COUNCIL ELECTIONS IONS IONS will be held the third Sun-
day in May. Those interested in running for Parish Council
should contact Mark Krantz @ 614-282-9637 or
mark@wingedlion.net
VINTAGE VICTORIANS VINTAGE VICTORIANS VINTAGE VICTORIANS will meet on Wednesday, May
14 at 2:00p for Afternoon Tea at the Cambridge Tea
House, 1885 W. 5th Ave. Those interested in attending
should RSVP to Rose Boerger @ 486-7002.
MAY CROWNING MAY CROWNING MAY CROWNING will be celebrated during 11:00a Mass
today (Sunday). We invite our Second Grade students to
participate in helping make this a special celebration.

Cookbook pick-up this Sunday after the
Masses in the PLC. If you need an alternate
time for pick-up, please email Holly at
youth@ourladyofvictory.cc
FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

PRAYER REQUESTS: Dorothy Lang, Eloise Miller, Elizabeth
Rusnak, Irene Clay, Patricia Baumann, Patricia Sheehan, Eric
Ray, Reid Hudson, Jada Brady, William Reed Orban, Jake
Koch, Casey Browning, Eloise McAllister, Betsy Holland,
Isabella Karst, Margaret Richards, Jim Young, Elizabeth
Kessler, Andrew Johnson, Frank Michael, John Farrell, JoAnn
Riepenhoff, Cynthia Carson, Mary Bass, Steve Hall, Amy Peters-
Thomas, Rich Miller, Rosemary Myers, Ashley Ulbricht, Scott Fore-
man, Joseph Lang, Josh Keil, Mark Lomeo, Linda Duvall, Nancy
Watson. Please remember in your prayers others who are not on
this list. (Please notify the parish office of any changes.)
MINISTRY SCHEDULES
5:00p Saturday, May 17
Extraordinary Extraordinary Extraordinary
Ministers: Ministers: Ministers:
Charline Catt, Lynn Early, Maria
Krantz, Kevin Oles, Cynthia Rees,
Andrea Tose
Lectors: Lectors: Lectors: Joanne Bellisari, Sr. Dorothy Doyle
Servers: Servers: Servers: Julienne Pece, Alex Sterneker, Marit
Swanson
Ushers: Ushers: Ushers: Pat Jeany, Jim McCauley, Andy
McCauley, Joe Tose
8:30a Sunday, May 18
Extraordinary Extraordinary Extraordinary
Ministers: Ministers: Ministers:
Crystal Dyckes, Rob Dyckes, Mau-
reen Ingham, Steve Stroh
Lectors: Lectors: Lectors: Michael Phillian, Michael Reiden-
bach
Servers: Servers: Servers: Will Bertke, Claire Fishpaw, Grace
Fishpaw
Ushers: Ushers: Ushers: Bryan Corson, Frank Albanese, Teri
Albanese, Michael Phillian
Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers
To the Homebound: To the Homebound: To the Homebound:
Rob & Crystal Dyckes, Jesse & Elaine
Oddi, Katie Foley, Randy Harlor,
Karen Hutson
11:00a Sunday, May 18
Extraordinary Extraordinary Extraordinary
Ministers: Ministers: Ministers:
Pat Feamster, Ann Gabriel, Kathy
McKinney, Charlie McShane, Steven
Meier, Joy Russell
Lectors: Lectors: Lectors: Jim Shannon, Dottie Spires
Servers: Servers: Servers: Scott Corley, Alex Dunn, Molly
Giuliani
Ushers: Ushers: Ushers: Nick Melaragno, Roy LeMaster, Joe
Miller, Cookie Rezabek
Collection Collection Collection
Counters: Counters: Counters:
Wayne Kottman, Megan Springer,
Craig Springer
CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS to MICHAEL GALLUZZI
& DANIELLE EWART who were united in the
Sacrament of Matrimony recently at Our Lady
of Victory.
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WELCOME NEW OLV MEMBERS WELCOME NEW OLV MEMBERS WELCOME NEW OLV MEMBERS

Frank & Terri Albanese
James & Shirley McAllister
Magda Molnar
Mark & Elizabeth Stechschulte

Dear Mother Mary, on
this day when we honor
all mothers, we turn to
you. We thank the Lord
whom you serve for the
great gift of mother-
hood. Never has it been
known that anyone who sought your intercession was left
unaided by grace.
Dear Mother, thank you for your Yes to the invitation of
the angel which brought heaven to earth and changed
human history. You opened yourself to Gods word and
the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us.
Dearest Mother, intercede for all of our mothers. Ask
your Divine Son to give them the grace of surrendered
love so that they could join with you in giving their own
Fiat. May they find daily strength to say yes to the
call to the sacrificial love the very heart of the vocation
of motherhood. May their love and witness be a source of
great inspiration for all of us called to follow your Son.
On this Mothers Day, Mother of the Word Incarnate, pray
for us who have recourse to you. In the Name of the Fa-
ther, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
W WW W e are a group of people bound by our belief in Jesus Christ.
Through our baptism, we are called to share
in His work. Therefore we pledge ourselves
through the ideal of shared ministry to build a
community where all are welcomed, loved,
needed, and appreciated; to celebrate the gift
of life together in word and sacrament; and
to promote justice, peace and equality for all
people.
- Our Lady of Victory Mission Statement
OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH May 10-11, 2014

The 2014 Bishops Annual Appeal is the larg-
est individual funding source for the pastoral and
charitable ministries and programs of the Diocese
of Columbus. This years theme Christ the Sure
Foundation reminds us that He is our source of
strength from which all blessings flow. In estab-
lishing His church on earth Christ entrusted to us
its care and the care of each other. Your willing-
ness to share these gifts for the benefit of others
is an act of faith and helps to form us all into the
people the Lord has called us to be.

Our parish has been asked to raise $58,878. This
year the parish will combine the Bishop Annual
Appeal with Our Lady of Victory Maintenance
Appeal. Monies the parish raises above the ap-
peal target will be returned to the parish. The
parish will use the refund to finance parish main-
tenance projects. Maintenance projects include:

Replace sidewalks at Church entrance
Build a gathering space at Church entrance
Improve prayer garden with new statuary on
Church grounds
Seal Church parking lot
Re-varnish front and side doors of Church
and front door of Rectory
Install inter-com system (two-way) in the
Religious Education Center
Build new stands for Church statuary

I am most grateful for your willingness to share
your time, your talent and your treasures in sup-
port of our Diocese and Parish Community.

Father Romano Father Romano Father Romano Father Romano

WHO BENEFITS?

W WW W e must all consider the foundation of who we are and what
we have from substance rather than abundance. What each per-
son gives directly affects the spiritual, educational, and physical
needs of others in our faith communities. These pages identify Di-
ocesan programs funded through the generosity of all those who
contribute to the Bishops Annual Appeal, continuing the Mission
throughout our twenty-three counties.

Priest/Deacon/Seminarian Education -- 23%
Vocations Office
Financial Support of Seminarians
Permanent Diaconate Office

Spiritual and Pastoral Programs -- 17%
Office for Divine Worship
Support for Hospital Chaplains
Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (DCCW)
Black Catholic Ministries
St. Thereses and Sts. Peter and Paul Retreat Centers
Catholic Latino Ministries

Student and School Assistance -- 17%
Tuition Assistance
High School Operational Grants
Capital Repairs for Schools

Parish Life Enhancements -- 16%
Parish Support
Direct Administrative Grants
St. Joseph Cathedral

Social Concerns -- 12%
Joint Organization for Inner-city Needs (J.O.I.N.)
Office for Social Concerns
Catholic Social Services
Holy Family Soup Kitchen & Food Pantry
St. John Community Kitchen
St. Stephens Community House
St. Vincent de Paul
St. Lawrence Haven

Educational Programs -- 11%
Continuing Education for Priests
Marriage and Family Life Office
Office of Religious Education and Catechesis
Youth and Young Adult Ministry Office
Newman Center - OSU Campus

Appeal Costs -- 4%
Office of Development and Planning
FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER


The Department of Religious Education is pleased to offer a
new program of guided Bible Study for Middle and High
School students. Join us this Summer as we explore the
Book of Genesis with the help of the award-winning Six
Weeks with the Bible for Catholic Teens program from
Loyola Press. In six once-a-week sessions we will:

Read Genesis Chapters 1-11from the Garden of Eden
to the Tower of Babel (spoiler alertthese chapters con-
tain the key to understanding pretty much all of human
history up to now!)
Learn how the Church teaches us to understand and interpret Scripture.
Learn about LectioDivina (how to pray by reading the Bible) and other
cool Latin phraseswith one or two Greek phrases sprinkled in.
Expand our minds through discussion, our spirits through prayer, and
our friendships through fellowship.
Enjoy an occasional snack and carbonated beverage

The Bible Study will be led by Adrien Ardoin, parishioner, dad, and cate-
chist to 5
th
and 8
th
graders at OLV. Mr. Ardoin is an experienced literature
and writing instructor (at OSU and elsewhere), and he plans to keep things
fun, lively, and inspiring.
YOURE INVITED YOURE INVITED YOURE INVITED YOURE INVITED
TO A NIGHT OUT. TO A NIGHT OUT. TO A NIGHT OUT. TO A NIGHT OUT.
OLV RESPECT LIFE AND WOMENS CLUB
ANNUAL BABY SHOWER
Heavy appetizers, happy hour, plus other refreshments and entertainment Heavy appetizers, happy hour, plus other refreshments and entertainment Heavy appetizers, happy hour, plus other refreshments and entertainment Heavy appetizers, happy hour, plus other refreshments and entertainment







There is no cost but we ask that you bring a monetary donation There is no cost but we ask that you bring a monetary donation There is no cost but we ask that you bring a monetary donation There is no cost but we ask that you bring a monetary donation
or unwrapped baby item (new items only, please or unwrapped baby item (new items only, please or unwrapped baby item (new items only, please or unwrapped baby item (new items only, please)

All donations will benefit babies in need. All donations will benefit babies in need. All donations will benefit babies in need. All donations will benefit babies in need.


We must remember that life begins at home and we must also remember
that the future of humanity passes through the family. ~ Blessed Mother Teresa
When: Tuesday, May 13 When: Tuesday, May 13 When: Tuesday, May 13 When: Tuesday, May 13
Time: 6:30PM Time: 6:30PM Time: 6:30PM Time: 6:30PM
Where: Our Lady of Victory Where: Our Lady of Victory Where: Our Lady of Victory Where: Our Lady of Victory
Parish Life Center Parish Life Center Parish Life Center Parish Life Center
Who can attend: Anybody! Who can attend: Anybody! Who can attend: Anybody! Who can attend: Anybody!
No RSVP needed No RSVP needed No RSVP needed No RSVP needed
Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ St.
Jerome
Six Weeks with the Bible for Catholic Teens is a program
specifically designed for guided group study. Written by
Gerald Darring of Spring Hill College and journalist-
author Kevin Perrotta, the guidebook we will use inte-
grates the Biblical text with questions, analysis, back-
ground material, and opportunities for prayer. One of
the things that makes this program special is that it takes
a fully Catholic approach to Bible Study; we learn with
and through the Church as we read Gods Word.
For what is sacred Scripture but a kind of letter from Almighty
God to His creature? St. Gregory the Great
If you knew God was at the door, wouldnt you open it? If you knew
He was calling, wouldnt you answer? Well, Hes written you a let-
terwont you read it?
The Bible study group will meet Monday evenings (6/9-7/14)
from 6-7:30p in the Religious Education lounge area. The regis-
tration fee is $75 per student, which includes the price of the book we
will use. All other materials will be provided. Please contact Religious
Education at religioused@ourladyofvictory.cc or call 486-7678 for
more information.
Summer Bible Study at Our Lady of Victory Summer Bible Study at Our Lady of Victory Summer Bible Study at Our Lady of Victory
Learn the Heart of God in the Words of God Learn the Heart of God in the Words of God Learn the Heart of God in the Words of God
OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH May 10-11, 2014





Name of child _________________________________________________________________________________

Grade of child in fall 2014_____________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________
City ________________________zip code________________

Home # ___________________________________________________

Parents names __________________________________________________

*Parent Email Address ________________________________________ (Required)
(*NOTE: E-mail will be our primary method of communication)

Parents cell #s Mother_______________________ Father____________________

Emergency Contact Person _______________________________________________

Contact persons # ____________________________________________________

Siblings in program ___________________________________________________
Please circle T-shirt size: Child: S M L Adult: S M L XL
Does your child have a medical condition (such as **food or bee sting allergy) of which we should be aware? If so,
please describe: ________________________________________________________________________
If Yes to Allergy AboveDoes your child need to bring an Epi Pin (Check: Yes____ No____)
**NOTE: If your child has food allergies, please bring own snack.
PLEASE COMPLETE EITHER PART I OR PART II:
PART I: I give consent for my child to receive emergency medical care if I cannot be reached.
Signature: ________________________________________ Date: _________________
PART II: I do NOT give consent for my child to receive emergency medical care if I cannot be reached.
Signature: _____________________________________________ Date:__________________
Our Lady of Victory
2014 Vacation Bible School Registration
June 23-26 (Mon.-Thurs.)
One form per child please
$35.00/one child, $60.00/2 child family,
$85.00/3 child family
Make checks payable to Our Lady of Victory Church
Return form(s) and payment to the Parish Office
FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

COMMUNITY NEWS COMMUNITY NEWS COMMUNITY NEWS
MORE LIGHT, MORE LOVE: FOR A STRONGER MAR-
RIAGE: As the days grow longer, help your marriage get
stronger: attend a Worldwide Marriage Encoun-
ter weekend! The next Marriage Encounter weekends, both
in central Ohio, are July 18-20 and September 12-14. For
more information or to register, contact Paul & Marilou
Clouse at 740-746-9003 or visit our website
at www.wwmecolumbus.org
SAINT PAUL THE APOSTLE PARISH CHILDRENS MINIS-
TRIES COORDINATOR: Saint Paul the Apostle Church, a
4,000 family parish in Westerville, Ohio, is in search of a Chil-
drens Ministries Coordinator. The Coordinator manages our
Pre-School program offered during Sunday Masses (for chil-
dren aged 4-6), as well as the celebration of Childrens Lit-
urgy of the Word and the annual Vacation Bible School pro-
gram. This part-time position also gives support to the Direc-
tor of Religious Education and the staff of the St. Paul Parish
School of Religion. The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelors
degree with at least two years experience in work with chil-
dren. The Diocesan Protecting Gods Children certification
and background check are required. Experience in managing
and organizing volunteers is also required. Diocesan Cate-
chetical Certification is highly desired. For more information,
please contact the St. Paul PSR Office at (614) 882-5045.
Rsums may be sent with a cover letter by e-mail to
pcs@stpacc.org.
CATHOLIC FAMILY NIGHT WITH THE COLUMBUS CLIP-
PERS will be held on Thursday, May 29. We invite all of you
to join us as the Clippers take on the Charlotte Knights.
Family Admission admits 2 adults and up to 4 youth age 18
and under for one low price. To order tickets go to
www.cdeducation.org/rec and click on Catholic Family
Night for more information. Questions please contact
Marty Raines at 614-241-2580.
DIOCESAN SENIOR CITIZENS DAY CELEBRATION: The
37
th
annual diocesan Senior Citizens Day Celebration is Tues-
day, June 3, 2014, at Immaculate Conception Church, 414 E.
North Broadway. Bishop Frederick F. Campbell will celebrate
Mass at 10:30a. Mass will be followed by a luncheon. Regis-
tration for the celebration is $10. This annual event is a
great opportunity to meet with seniors from around the
Catholic Diocese of Columbus. To register, please send a
check payable to the Office for Social Concerns, Catholic
Diocese of Columbus, 197 E. Gay Street, Columbus, Ohio
43215. For questions, call (614) 241-2540 or email at
socmailbox@colsdioc.org. Registrations are requested by
May 30
SAINT CHARLES BASKETBALL CAMPS: Our camps are
designed to provide each camper with an enjoyable and re-
warding experience with the game of basketball. The camps
will take place as follows: Basketball Camp: (cost $100) July
811 from 1pm-4pm (grades 5-7) July 14-17 from 1pm-4pm
(grades 8-9); Shooting Camp: (players may enroll in both
sessions) Grades 5-9: July 1 & 2 (cost $50 per session) Ses-
sion I (10:00-11:30a) Session II (12:30-2:00p). To enroll or ask
questions please contact Coach Will Gruber, Phone: 614-260-
2303; Email: wgruber@cdeducation.org
2014 NAMIWALK FRANKLIN COUNTY:Columbus area
churches are invited to join families, friends, and neighbors
on Saturday, June 14, 2014 at OSUs Fred Beekman Park for
this years 2014 NAMIWalk Franklin County! Whether you
walk, give, or join a team, you can help us keep NAMI Frank-
lin County classes, support groups, and resources available
at no cost to people living with mental illness in central
Ohio. To help us change minds . . . one step at a time visit
www.namiwalks.org/franklincounty Anyone interested in
being a part of St. Dominic Parishs 2014 Walk team can con-
tact Rachelle Martin at 266-6709 to learn more.
YOURE INVITED TO ATTEND THE CATHOLIC FOUNDA-
TIONS 2014 DEI GRATIA CELEBRATION: Dei Gratia is a
time for celebrating Gods graces at The Catholic Foun-
dation. Join us for a celebratory dinner on June 25 from
6-9pm, featuring keynote speaker Matthew Kelly, au-
thor of Rediscover Catholicism. This event will be held
at St. Charles Preparatory School. For sponsorship and
table information, please visit catholic-
foundation.org/DeiGratia2014 or call 614-443-8893.
Hurry, tables are selling fast!
ATTENTION ALL MARRIED COUPLES CELEBRATING
THEIR 25TH, 30TH, 35TH, 40TH, 45TH, 50TH, 55TH,
60TH ANNIVERSARY and every year thereafter: The Annual
Jubilee of Anniversaries Mass will be held on Sunday, June
29, 2014 at St. Joan of Arc Parish, 10700 Liberty Road, Pow-
ell, at 3:00p. Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Frederick F.
Campbell followed by an informal reception in your honor.
Registration forms are available from the parish office or you
may call the Marriage and Family Life Office at 614-241-2560
to register. A registration form may also be downloaded at
http://familylife.colsdioc.org. Reservations for you and
guests are necessary and must be received by Friday, June
13, 2014.
CATHOLIC HEALING MASS: Heal me Lord, that I may be healed; save me Lord, that I may be saved, for it is You whom I
praise (Jer. 17:14) On Sunday, May 18, we will be celebrating a Charismatic Healing Mass at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church,
(located at 6077 Sharon Woods Blvd., Columbus). The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick will be available for those with
serious illnesses during Mass. Fr. Dean Mathewson, Bishops liaison for the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, will be celebrating.
Rosary will begin at 2:30 p.m., Praise and Worship at 3:00 p.m., and the celebration of Mass will begin at 4:00 p.m. Prayer
teams will be available during Praise & Worship for individual prayer needs. Fellowship will be provided after the celebration of
Mass. Bring your family and friends. Call the Catholic Charismatic Renewal at 614-914-8556 for further information.