St. Luke’s Weekly Newsletter – August 19 (Trinity 12)

Summer schedule: Sunday Mass 9:00 am – WF Morning Prayer 9:00 am.

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Saints of the Week(s)

Last week we celebrated the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, also called The Dormition (or falling asleep) with a Mass and a potluck. That feast commemorates the body of the Blessed Mother being taken up into heaven, just as were Enoch and Elijah in the Old Testament. This week, Friday is the feast of St. Bartholomew the Apostle. But what do we know about him? Lesser Feasts and Fasts tells us a little:

Bartholomew is one of the twelve Apostles known to us only by his being listed among them in the Gospels according to Matthew,Mark, and Luke. His name means "Son of Tolmai." …. There is a tradition that Bartholomew traveled to India,and Eusebius reports that when Pantaenus of Alexandria visited India, between 150 and 200, he found there "the Gospel according to Matthew" in Hebrew, which had been left behind by" Bartholomew, one of the Apostles." An ancient tradition maintains that Bartholomew was flayed alive at Albanopolis in Armenia. (c) 1995 Church Pension Fund.Used By Permission.

Not a lot to go on, is it? An often quoted saying is "if you were charged with being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?" We might relate that to St. Bartholomew and ask "will future generations know more about your Christian life than we do about St. Bartholomew?"

When was the last time you invited someone to come with you to Mass?

Sunday’s Readings

Ecclesiasticus 15.11.-20
Psalm 139
2 Corinthians 3.4-9

Mark 7.31-37

Sunday’s Hymns

159 (2nd) Now that the daylight fills the sky 776 O for a thousand tongues to sing
408 Take My Life And Let It Be
282 Praise, my soul, the King of heaven

Sunday’s Announcements

Prayer List

As always, we give thanks and pray for Father Larry’s continued healing. Of your Christian charity, your prayers are also asked for Wanda, Loren, Kathleen, Melissa, Elizabeth, Madelynne, Polly, Kate, Ethan, Pat; and for all service men and women everywhere, especially Brandon, Jake, and Michael, for their protection and safe return.

Birthdays & Anniversaries This Week

19th: Kalanikai Liana

21st: Kierstyn Liana

22nd: Grover Freckleton, Anthony Snow

24th: Ken and Pat Rice

Website: http://www.slaccs.org

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Intercommunion cycle of prayer

St. Peter’s Church, Waynesville, NC
the Rev. Michael Bolt, Vicar
St. Matthew’s Church, Weaverville, NC
the Rev. Gregory Miller, Rector
All Saints Parish, Wilmington, NC
the Very Rev. David Haines, Rector
St. Luke’s Church, Amherst, NH
the Rt. Rev. Dr. Alexander H. Webb, Rector
Good Shepherd Church, Charlestown, NH
the Most Rev. Dr. Brian R. Marsh, Rector
All Saints Church, Concord, NH
the Very Rev. Christian Tutor, Rector

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Recommended Reading

You might enjoy The Trinitarian, the newspaper of the Anglican Catholic Church. It has been in continuous publication for 39 years. An article featured on their website gives news about the foundation in Kenya of a women’s group called Daughters of Mary. Subscription information can be found here.

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