28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

We welcome Deacon Steve Talbot who will be assisting Fr. Gerry in the celebration of Mass today.



1ST Reading—Isaiah 25: 6-10a—Isaiah prophesied, “On this mountain the Lord of hosts will provide…a feast of rich food and choice wines…The Lord God will wipe away the tears from every face…the hand of the Lord will rest on this mountain.”

Responsorial Psalm: #23—“Shepherd me, O God, beyond my wants, beyond my fears, from death unto life.”

 2nd Reading—Philippians 4: 12-14, 19-20—Paul wrote, “I have learned the secret of being well fed and of going hungry.” When people share each other’s hardships, God supplies their needs fully in Christ Jesus.

 Alleluia—“Alleluia! May the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ enlighten the eyes of our hearts, so that we may know what is the hope that belongs to our call. Alleluia!”

 Gospel—Matthew 22: 1-14—Jesus likened God’s reign to a great wedding banquet that a king gave for his son. Many were invited; some ignored the invitation. One guest was thrown out for disrespectful dress. In God’s reign, “many are invited, but few are chosen.”

Prayers of the Faithful

1) Let us pray for the Church:

God, Lord of heaven and earth, you invite all to your banquet.

May your people, the Church, come to the table you spread, and welcome all others.


2) Let us pray for peace in our world:

Destroy forever the web of war woven over the nations, O God.

May the world’s hungry people benefit from the generosity of their rich neighbors.


3) Let us pray for those who suffer with disabilities:

God and author of life, you create us in your own image.  Help us respect our brothers and sisters who are physically, mentally, or emotionally disabled.  Remove the barriers that keep us apart.


4) Let us pray for the sick:

Compassionate healer of all, lift up those brought low my illness and pain, especially —

Joyce Stewart       Jon Barber

Cecily Siring         Holly Francis        Tony & Betty Morici

Dolores Cumming          Cooper Pavkovich          Alex Fabian Family

Elena Perea           Dot Tebelman       Marge Flanigan     John Zubalik         Sister Judy Jones    Jim Byers

And for all who have asked for our prayers.


5) Let us remember the dead:

Shepherd God, you destroy death forever.  Raise up our loved ones, especially —   Andrew Arnoldy, father of Alan and…

(5:00 Mass)  Brandon Rodak

(8:30 Mass)  Otylia Podalak

(10:30 Mass) Ricardo Lopez, Jonathon Davis


6) Let us pray for our personal needs: 

We pray, loving God, for those lacking food, shelter, clothing, or meaningful work.  Bless those who serve the needs of others.

We pray to the Lord…



ANNOUNCEMENTS – October 11, 2020

  • Youth Group will meet on Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. in Hardy Hall.


  • We are starting up Middle School youth group on Tuesday, October 27th from 6:30 to 8:30. For more information, please call Kim.


  • We are resuming our Bible Study—the Parables of Jesus beginning Tuesday, October 20th at 9:30 a.m. in Hardy Hall. Please call the parish office and let us know if you will be attending.


  • The Knights of Columbus Father George Ging Council is conducting their annual MI (Tootsie Roll) Drive around the Ortonville area and after the weekend Masses here at St. Anne Church.  All funds collected go to the mentally impaired.  Please be generous with your donations as the funds are greatly needed.


  • Mercy in Action: Please join us at St. Dan Sat., Oct. 17th 9-12.

A flyer is in the bulletin with information on the

Charities we will be helping and items needed.

There is also a bin in the gathering area to drop

off items if you are unable to make it on the 17th.

This is a great Community Service opportunity for the whole family!


  • Gardeners…we will be cleaning out the flower beds on the church grounds this Thursday, October 15th beginning at 8:30 a.m. Should it rain, we will clean them out on Friday, October 16th.


  • There will be no 9 a.m. Mass this Friday, October 16th.