Thursday, October 3, 2017 – 10 am to 3 pm at St. Mark Catholic Church, Huntersville, NC
Thursday, October 26, 2017 – 10 am to 3 pm at Catholic Conference Center, Hickory, NC
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 – 11 am to 3 pm at Holy Family Catholic Church, Winston-Salem, NC
For more information, there is a flyer on the church bulletin board. Sign-up sheets are in the office.
Will be taken up at the weekend masses on September 16 –17th. Our parish has been assessed $15,500.00. Please be as generous as you can in donating to this second
collection for the well-being of our priests.
Kindergarten: Anita McManus, Lilik Hariyono, Cathy Persico
First Grade: Martin Ivancic and Dawn Parker, Jason and April Zook
Second Grade: Patricia Lackey, Terri Garrett, Francisco Juantes
Third Grade: Juliana Pedro, Christina Cote, Lizette Jimenez
Fourth Grade: Shee Chang, Kai Yang, Maria Say
Fifth Grade: Rachel Beugre, Angie Coates, Brenda Ahern, Veronica Jose
Sixth Grade: Cassie Kelley, Eduardo Gaspar, Jo Elyn Hannah
Seventh Grade: Father Ken, Daniel Straughn
Eight Grade: Joe Hartman, Mike Buff, Francisco Risso
High School: Gail Watson, Sarah McManus
Adult Classes: Denise Hussey, Don Hemstreet, Michael Thomas, John Martino
Substitutes: Genevieve Lesko, Marge Turowski, Juliana Sic, Linda Yutzy, Lenoir Harris, Jay Mazaleski, Peter and Nancy Hartman, Anary Francisco Lopez, Ed and Cindy Konarksi
As part of our commitment to global missionary work, our parish community will welcome Sister Anele Heiges, OP, an Adrian Dominican Sister, to be with us at our masses next weekend. She will share the story of her Congregation’s missionary work and invite you to partner with the Sisters through your prayer and financial support.
The Adrian Dominican Sisters are an international Congregation of vowed women
religious whose roots go back to St. Dominic in the 13th century. They are committed to their Vision that calls them to seek truth, make peace and reverence life. The Sisters minister in a variety of professions that flow from the traditional works of education, health care and social work. Today, they are also involved in community organizing and other works of justice and peace, as well as ministries in law, the arts, science, business, pastoral care and administration. They strive to address the critical
needs of society and serve where they are called.
The St. Charles Ladies Bible Study will resume on Tuesday morning, Sept. 5, 2017 at 10:00 am in the church library. This study is titled “Women of the Bible”. All women of the church are invited to join.
Two buses have been chartered for September 9th and will leave at 6 AM from the church parking lot. Seats are available for 112 people. First come, first serve. Cost is $15 for persons over 16 and $10 for children 16 and under. Sign-up sheets are on the bulletin board.
The women of St. Charles are invited to join the women of St. Francis of
Assisi Catholic Church (Lenoir, NC) for a Emmaus Retreat on Sept. 22-24, 2017. Based on the Gospel of Luke 24:13-35, the retreat is an opportunity for renewing your spiritual life, praying, reflecting, meditating, sharing, and listening. It is a parish led retreat for groups of women.
The retreat will be held at the Blowing Rock Conference Center. Cost is $150.00 per person, and registration must be turned in by Friday, September 1. You can request forms by emailing Linda Cowart at email@example.com (type Emmaus form as
subject) or going to stfrancislenoir.com (click on Walk To Emmaus, look for Emmaus information). For more information, call Linda Cowart at 828-292-0185 or Regina Clark at 828-850-0525.