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  • Mailing Address: 711 College Avenue Daphne, AL 36526 Office phone ............................................ 251-626-2343 fax ............................................ 251-621-1640 Pre K Program ......................................... 251-626-1692 School ............................................. 251-626-1692 Building Use (Kim) ................................. 251-626-2343 Office Hours: Monday - Friday ..... 8:00 am-5:00 pm Closed 12-1 pm for lunch LITURGY SCHEDULE Saturday: 5:30 pm Vigil Mass Confessions- Saturday, 4:00-5:15 pm Sunday: 7:00 am, 8:30 am, 11:00 am, 5 pm Bilingual Mass First Sunday of each month 1 pm Nursery Available 8:30 & 11:00 Mass in Immaculata Cnt WEEKDAY MASS (Monday-Friday) 7:00 am (Saturday) 8:00 am School Mass (August– May) Wednesdays 8:00 am (First Friday Only 8 am) PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Missy Schmidt 251-626-7427 BAPTISM—Call Sam Di Benedetto 251-626-2343 Web Page: www.ctkdaphne.org Email: [email protected] (Church) [email protected] (Bulletin/Building) [email protected] (School) Pastor……………..……..Reverend Matthew J. O’Connor Parochial Vicar………...……Reverend Baskar Anadan Deacon .................................................... Walt Crimmins Deacon……………………………..…….Bill Robinson Deacon .................................................. Malcolm Zellner Director of Religious Education...…..Sam Di Benedetto Youth Director ................ ………...…..Kristen Lazarine Edge Director ……………….….…..…….Sarah Wiese Pre K 3 & 4 Principal…………………...Maxwell Crain School Principal ………………………..Maxwell Crain Bookkeeper (School/Church)………...…......Kathy Barr Church Secretary…………………….….....Kim Walker

    Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time February 4, 2018 The LORD tells the number of the stars and calls each by name. — Psalm 147:4

    TIRELESS DISCIPLESHIP The stories we’ve been hearing these weeks come from the very first chapter of Mark, and they show us the public ministry of Jesus in its infancy. Today’s account shows some of the strain or adjustment of his new life of preaching the reign of God, healing the sick, and casting out demons. Notice that after sunset, when darkness ended the workday, people brought the sick and possessed to Jesus. The following day he rose before dawn to get away by himself to pray, but to no avail. Simon Peter and the others don’t just look for him, they pursue him, filled with the fervor that his ministry has incited. With the self- sacrificing example he gave until the end of his earthly life, he tells his followers that this is his whole purpose. Through Mark, he is also telling the early church, and he is telling us, that this is our purpose, our vocation: to be tireless in our pursuit of proclaiming the Good News, and in bringing the healing, reconciling touch of Christ to the world. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc. TODAY’S READINGS First Reading — Job experienced months of misery and troubled nights (Job 7:1-4, 6-7). Psalm — Praise the Lord, who heals the brokenhearted (Psalm 147). Second Reading — I have become all things to all, to save at least some (1 Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23). Gospel — Jesus cured many who were sick with various diseases (Mark 1:29-39).

  • KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS KNIGHT’S CORNER Help Us Help Others

    REMINDER: Please call Kim Walker at the church office to reserve all buildings for any meeting, prayer group, school activities, etc. You must be on the calendar in order to use the building. If you have any questions, call Kim at the church office 626-2343.

    Pray for our country. God bless America.

    KOC COUNCIL 2737 EXTRAVAGANZA 2018 WITH SILENT AUCTION AND $5000.00 CASH GIVEAWAY April 28, 2018: Christ the King Gym. Your $60.00 donation includes a delicious dinner for two, adult beverages & soft drinks, dessert and 2 chances to win $5000.00. TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!!! CONTACT HENRY TAMBURIN: 251.648-2471 OR JOE MAHAR: 865.382.1180 OR SEE ANY KNIGHT FOR DETAILS. HAVE YOU CONSIDERED BECOMING A KNIGHT? Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to men 18 years of age or older who are practical (that is practicing) Catholics in union with the Holy See. This means that an applicant or member accepts the teaching authority of the Catholic Church on matters of faith and morals, aspires to live in accord with the precepts of the Catholic Church, and is in good standing in the Catholic Church. PLANNING A FAMILY GATHERING OR VALENTINES OR MARDI GRAS PARTY? DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION NEED A HALL FOR A MEETING, PARTY or OTHER GATHERING? CONTACT THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. The Knights of Columbus Hall is a perfect place and location for any celebration/meeting. Located on the corner of Main and Ryan, Daphne; our building can hold over 100 guests and we have a full kitchen, a covered bar-b-que and plenty of tables, chairs and parking. Contact: John Ballard: 251.421.1954 Our next meeting is: Wednesday February 14; Our other Spring Meetings are: March 14; April 11; May 9; June 13. Dinner: 6:30PM, Business Meeting: 7:00PM Property Association: 8:00PM

    PERPETUAL ADORATION Hours in Need of Adorers as of 1/21/18 Sun 11am 5pm 10pm Mon 11pm

    Tues 7am 11pm Wed 2am 11pm Thur 1am 3am 4pm Fri 3am 11pm Sat 1AM! 1pm 7pm 9pm 11pm To commit to an hour, please call Missy Schmidt 251-626- 7427 "United with the angels and saints of the heavenly Church, let us adore the most Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist. Prostrate, we adore this great mystery that contains God’s new and definitive covenant with humankind in Christ." - Pope John Paul II

    Coffee social today after the 7 & 8:30am in the gym.

    IMPORTANT~ 2018 CATHOLIC CHARITIES APPEAL “We are the Hands of Christ reaching out to those in need.” Our 2018 Catholic Charities Appeal is still underway. Many thanks for your response to Catholic Charities. We have not made our goal yet, so if you have not made your pledge, please do so today. We will be turning in an updated report to the Archdiocese Sunday evening.

    St. Michael Catholic High School Cardinals in the Courtyard St. Michael Catholic H.S. announces our 2nd annual "Cardinals in the Courtyard" honoring our Baldwin County parish priests! Join us on Saturday, March 10 at 6:30pm for an enjoyable evening in our courtyard with jazz music, silent & live auctions, supper & libations! Purchase tickets now, either at the school front office or online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cardinals-in-the- courtyard-tickets-42130708082?aff=es2 Follow us on Facebook to get peeks of sponsors and auction items over the next several weeks! https://www.facebook.com/St-Michael-Catholic-High-School- Baldwin-County-AL-830725220320271/

    Bilingual Mass—This Sunday, February 4th 1pm. Reception will follow in Assumption Hall.

  • CHRIST THE KING CATHOLIC SCHOOL NEWS

    LIFE TEEN Life Teen is the Youth Ministry program for high school

    students at Christ the King Parish. All youth of this age are welcome at Life Teen events.

    SUNDAY LIFE NIGHTS All High School students are invited to Life Teen on Sunday Nights.

    Mee ngs are held from 6:00-8:00 pm following the 5:00pm Life Teen Mass. Dinner is served.

    Disney Summer Trip Registration and deposits for Life Teen's summer trip to Disney (July

    15-19) are now being accepted. Space is still available but limited and will be provided on a first

    come/first served basis. Email [email protected] for more information.

    ACYC (Archdiocesan Catholic Youth Conference) Registration is now open for the Archdiocesan Catholic Youth

    Conference the weekend of February 23-25 at the Perdido Beach Resort.

    Teens are invited to join with hundreds of their peers from across the Archdiocese for a weekend of prayer, worship, talks, and fellowship.

    Cost for the event is $175 per teen and covers food for Saturday and Sunday, lodging, and the conference registration.

    Registration packet and $175 is due tomorrow, Monday, February 5th. Email [email protected] for more information.

    PCR Team Application All 10-12th graders wishing to be on the Panama City Retreat Team

    need to complete the PCR Team Application. Applicants should be a member of Christ the King Parish and an active participant in CTK Youth Group. Applications are available via the parish website and

    are due to the parish office on February 15 by 6:00 PM.

    EDGE Edge is the Youth Ministry program for 6th, 7th and 8th graders at

    Christ the King Parish. 6th Gr. Edge Night: February 7

    7-8:30 pm in The Alley Did you know that if you're baptized, you are called to be a priest...even if you're a girl? Join us as we discuss our shared responsibilities to be priest, prophet, and king! Friends and new students are always welcome!

    Sign-Up: Lenten Meal on February 16: Students can help serve our meatless meal on the first Friday of Lent. Parents are needed to help prepare the meal. Please contact Sarah if

    interested. Save the Date! Edge's Youth Stations of the Cross will be presented for the parish on Friday, March 2. Students will be stationary actors

    and narrators in our living Stations. For information about the Youth Ministry program at Christ the King

    Church, please contact our Youth Ministers, Kristen Lazarine and Sarah Wiese at [email protected]