601 W. Houston St.
Abbott, TX 76621
(254) 582-3092
Cell: (254) 707-0624
Parish Website:
Parish Email:

NOVEMBER 16, 2014


Parochial Administrator-Fr.Ouseph I Thekkumthala (Cell) 707-0624
Business Manager/Secretary-Agnes Timmons 580-8125
Deacon- John Lauhoff
Deacon- Denver Crawley
Pastoral Council Facilitator-Gary Pustejovsky
Finance Council- Charles Beseda
KJT- Eugene Maroul
KJZT- Jeanette Urbanovsky
Knights of Columbus- Ernie Pustejovsky
Sacristans- Michael & Janet Bezdek
Music Ministry- Karen Bartosh & Marsha Gerik
Religious Education- Traci Pustejovsky
Youth Ministry – Annette Ballew & Carolyn Kirby
Plant Manager- Charles Beseda 749-7718
Seniors Activities Coordinator- Agnes Marak
Volunteer Coordinator- Marsha Gerik
Safe Environment Coordinator- Terry & Patrick Timmons
Saturday Vigil Mass – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday – 8:00 a.m.

Monday & Wednesday – 6:30 p.m.
Saturday – 7:00 p.m.
NOVEMBER 16, 2014

SATURDAY NOV 15: 6:00 pm: +Jerry Gerik by Linda Gerik
SUNDAY NOV 16: 8:00 am: Parishioners of Immaculate Heart of Mary
MONDAY NOV 17: 6:00 pm: +Mary Howery by Sam Polansky Family
WEDNESDAY NOV 19: 6:00 pm: +Tim Gerik by John & Molly Gerik
SATURDAY NOV 22: 6:00 pm: +Charlie & Larry Pavlas by Sam Polansky Family
SUNDAY NOV 23: 8:00 am: +Parishioners of Immaculate Heart of Mary
CEMETERY LIGHTS: Dennis Gerik by John & Molly Gerik
CROSS LIGHTS: Hajek Family by Anna Louise Kaska
SANCTUARY LIGHTS: Tommy Pustejovsky by Eugene & Kathy Pustejovsky
ALTAR SERVERS: Lauren & Kyle Gerik
LECTOR: John Gerik
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Albert Srubar, John Jimenez, Joe Lenart
USHERS: John Blaha

ALTAR SERVERS: Christopher Pustejovsky, Keaton Pustejovsky
LECTOR: Gary Pustejovsky
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Frank & Jeanette Urbanovsky, Ron Kaska
USHERS: Charles Beseda

ALTAR SERVERS: Liz Vallon, Mariann Pustejovsky
LECTOR: Susan Kallus
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Terry & Agnes Timmons, John Gerik
USHERS: John Gerik

ALTAR SERVERS: Payton & Preston Pustejovsky
LECTOR: Kathy Pustejovsky
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Beverly Pustejovsky, John Blaha, Charles Beseda
USHERS: Gary Pustejovsky

Collection November 1st & 2nd
Sunday $
All Saints $

FISH DINNER: Make plans to come out to the Fish and Chicken Dinner this Sunday. November 16th. Parishioners whose last name begins with A – M are asked to please furnish a dessert for the meal. Adult plates and Plates to go are $8.00 and children plates under 12 are $6.00. Please support our last fundraising dinner of the year.

CHOIR PRACTICE: There will be Choir practice after Mass on Wednesday, November 19th.

CHRISTMAS FLOWERS: Parishioners can pre-order poinsettias which will be used to decorate our church for the Christmas season. Orders will be taken through November 23. Envelopes, located at the entrances of the church, can be used to write your intentions and enclosing the payment for the number of plants that you intend to purchase. The cost of each plant is $9.50 and can be paid for with either cash or by check. Please make the check payable to Wolfe Wholesale Florist. Your completed envelope can be placed in the collection basket. Orders are being taken for plants that will be for church use only. No extra plants will be ordered. If you have any questions, please call Agnes Timmons, 580-8125.

DIACONATE FORMATION: The Diocese of Fort Worth will begin a Diaconate Formation Class next year. Any men between the ages of 30-55 who are interested or who have questions need to contact Fr. Ouseph by the end of November.
STUDENT SAFETY: In an effort to keep all our CCD students safe, please do not drop off your child before 6:20 p.m. because there is no one here to watch them, especially with it being cooler and getting dark earlier. Also, when you drive up after CCD, please turn off your lights and step out of your car so that Traci Pustejovsky can see you. This will ensure that the children are being sent to the correct vehicle.

FOOD FOR FAMILIES: The KJZT and KJZT Jr’s are participating in the Fraternal Cause called Feeding Families Across Texas. In addition to the donation being made by our local KJZT and KJZT Jr.s, we are extending the invitation to participate in this cause to our parish families and would appreciate monetary donations. As part of the People Helping People project, the State KJZT Office is offering matching funds up to $200 to each the KJZT and KJZT Jr’s. What a great way to make your donation go farther. If you would like to contribute to this worthy cause, please place your donation in an envelope marked “Food For Families” into the collection basket next week-end (Nov. 15-16th). Please make any checks payable to the Abbott KJZT #104. The total donation will then be sent to the Hillsboro Interfaith Ministries on November 21st. Thanks for your support.

KJZT JUNIORS: The KJZT Juniors will participate in their People Helping People Parish Fund Raiser project as they help host the parish fried fish dinner on November 16. Juniors need to wear their royal blue t-shirts, jeans and comfortable shoes. Juniors working the first shift need to report for assignment of duties at 10:45.

Wednesday-November 26
Abbott 6:00 pm Penelope 7:00 pm
Thursday – November 27
Hillsboro 8:00 am
(No other Masses on Thursday but this one)
MUSEUM FUNDRAISER: The History of West Museum invites everyone to join us on Saturday, November 22 at the West KC Hall for Brave Combo, 8-11 pm. Beer bread and Slovacek sausage sandwiches with trimmings and chips $7.00. Admission $20.00. Raffles for $300,$200, $100 and $50 worth of scratch off tickets!!! You just never know what you could win! Chances are $1.00 for one or 6 for $5.00. Proceeds go to (hopefully) completion of the museum. It’s looking great but we need everyone’s support! Thanks to all and hope to see y’all there.

CHURCH CALENDARS: The 2015 Catholic Church calendars are available on the back table. Please take one per family.
SECOND COLLECTION: Next week’s Collection for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development needs your help. CCHD was founded to end the cycle of poverty in the U. S. by funding organizations that help people help themselves. With the tradition of improving education, housing situations, and economic development, DDHD continues to make a positive impact on communities nationwide. Your contribution will defend human dignity and help those living on the margins of our society. Please give to the CCHD Collection.

PRAYERS FOR THE SICK: Please remember to keep these individuals in your prayers:
Terry Kramolis, Evelyn Soukup, Susan Tomczak, Mark Helona, Mary Ann Pavlas, Stephanie Jarvis, Louise Pappas Woolsey, Eugene Pustejovsky, Doris Nesrsta, Willie Mae Pustejovsky, Johnnie Sinkule, Leo Rejcek, Joe Helona, Patsy Makovy, Clara Kaska, Lisa Cole, Jeanette Urbanovsky, Rosilee Bartosh, Felix Picha, Louise Ondrej, Marcella & Michael Kiely, Pat Jimenez, Raymond Zapletal, Donna Nelson, Jane Boley, Matthew Machac, Bonnie Poole, Edward Rejcek, Rudolph Rejcek, Lillian Sodek, Jane Vallejo, Max Vallejo, Linda Pustejovsky, Domingo Balderas, Edward Muehlstein, Fr. Jerry Ryan, O.S.A., Judy Steele, Harry Gene Nors, Tommy Pustejovsky, Francy Stacha, Jimmy Tolbert, Jeff Bernsen, Margie Wolf, Alexis Enriquez, Baylee Owen, Rocky Steele, Beth Pezanosky, Diana Austin, Monsignor Frank Miller, Deacon John Lauhoff, George Kaska, Jr., Tony Keller, Cindy Bruce Zatopek, Bernice Beene, Bobby Tlustos, Cathy Sulak, Della Allen, Megan Janek, Jeanne Nicholson, Jamie Beauchamp, Wanda Pustejovsky, Janet Krueger, Harvey Janek, Opal Davidson, Armand Jimenez, James Homel, Ginger Kutscherousky, Ann Vanek, Mark Kutscherousky, Jim Kornegay, Charlie Flaherty, and Willie Joe Janek.