Bulletin April 5, 2015 - Saint Michael the Archangel Church

Easter Sunday
April 5, 2015
The Catholic Community of:
St. Francis de Sales Church
St. Michael the Archangel
2929McCracken St. Muskegon, MI 49441
Office: 231-755-1953 Fax: 231-759-7074
1716 Sixth St. Muskegon, MI 49441
Office: 231-722-3071 Fax:231-722-3243
Pastor: Fr. Phil Salmonowicz
Office: 755-1953 ext. 222 Rectory: 747-9949
Email: [email protected]
Assisting Priest: Fr. Julian Reginato ext. 228
Pastoral Associate: Sister Agnes Mary 726-2419
Monday, April 6
7:00—8:00 p.m. Holy Hour St. Michael Divine Mercy Chapel
Acts 2:14,22-33 Ps 16 Mt 28:8-15
Office Hours & Administration:
St. Francis Parish:755-1953 ext.200 Fax:759-7074
[email protected]
Office Hours: M—F 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Parish Secretaries:Kim Brush & Marti Oosdyke ext. 227
Suzanne Miller, Compassion & Care Minister ext.233
Mark Robillard, Maintenance Director ext. 229
Jerry Mazurek, Maintenance Assistant
Business Manager: Karl Ibershoff ext. 234
[email protected]
Faith Formation:
Director of Religious Education:
Shannon Siuda 755-1307 ext. 225
[email protected]
Adult Faith Formation: Mary Wernet 755-1953 ext. 223
[email protected]
Youth Ministry: Mandy Fort 755-1953 ext. 226
[email protected]
Music Ministry: Dan Hurst 755-1953 ext. 232
[email protected]
St. Michael Parish: 722-3071 Fax: 722-3243
[email protected]
Office Hours: M—W 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Thursday & Friday 9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.
Parish Secretary: Michele Sanocki
Music Ministry: Dan Hurst 755-1953 ext.232
Maintenance: Mark Tascone
Tuesday, April 7
8:30 a.m. St. Michael Mass—Josephine Lasser by Larry Zaremba,
Mieczyslawa Gasior by Jan Gasior and Ed Sohasky by Pat Sohasky
Acts 2:36-41 Ps 33 Jn 20:11-18
Wednesday, April 8
7:00 a.m.—5:30 p.m. Eucharistic Adoration St. Francis Marian Chapel
6:00 p.m. St. Francis Mass—Mr. & Mrs. Lynne & Sophie Yake and
deceased members of the Kutches family by Peter & Barb Kutches
Acts 3:1-10 Ps 105 Lk 24:13-35
Thursday, April 9
8:30 a.m. St. Francis Mass—Family, friends and pets
Acts 3:11-26 Ps 8 Lk 24:35-48
Friday, April 10
12:10 p.m. St. Michael Mass—Tadeusz Wodzisz by Lisak Family
and Mr. & Mrs. Leo Franczek by Franczek Family
Stations of the Cross & Confessions to follow
Acts 4:1-12 Ps 118 Jn 21:1-14
Saturday, April 11
9:30—10:30 a.m. Reconciliation at St. Francis
5:00 p.m. St. Francis Mass—Bernie Bauer by Richard & Alice
Pasarela, John & Toni Glacz by Family and people of the parish
Acts 4:13-21 Ps 118 Mk 16:9-15
Sunday, April 12—Second Sunday of Easter
9:00 a.m. St. Michael Mass— Leo Mastee by Jean & Jim Mastee
and Mike Adamczak & Shelley German by Audrey & family and for
people of the parish
11:00 a.m. St. Francis Mass—John McKendry, Sr. by family
and Mike Alvesteffer by Alan Alvesteffer family
Acts 4:32-35 Ps 118 1 Jn 5:16 Jn 20:19-31
April 11/12
St. Francis
5:00 PM
St. Michael
9:00 AM
St. Francis
11:00 AM
Conner & Ethan O’Neill
Brandon Isom
Elizabeth Isom
Caleb & Ethan Muskovin
John McCann
Eucharistic Vennie A.
Ministers Pat M.
Grace R.
Beverly S.
Bob & Jean L.
George R.
Josh R.
*volunteers needed*
P. Cashbaugh (L)
M. Haara & M. Sanocki
J. Lenius & M. Christian (Back)
Pat T.
Francisco A. Leo D.
Kathy K. Pat M.
David O.
Sally O. Nancy R.
Louise T.
Glenn Z.
Sally Bialik
Nancy & Glenn Eacker
Mark & Joni Konkle
John & Ann Brainard
Dave & Linda Olejarczyk
Camille Gabris
Walt Gawkowski
Victoria Gasior
Andy Riegler
Sarah Emmerson
Team # 8 and # 9
Team #4 & #12
*volunteers needed*
*volunteers needed*
St. Michael Calendar of Events
Monday, April 6
7-8 p.m. Holy Hour/Divine Mercy Chapel
7:30 p.m. Choir Practice
Every day Adoration at Divine Mercy
Symbolon will continue on
Sunday, April 19
*more details to follow later
St. Michael Senior Fellowship
Irene Mastee, Louise Lenar,
Marlene Eller, Ellen Schaub
God Bless & Happy Easter!
Congratulations to our 2015
Confirmation Candidates from
St. Michael the Archangel:
Zaria Coleman
Ryan Nielson
Simon Peter Piotrowski
Maria Sanocki
Please send a card and pray for:
Mr. Ed Panyrek and
Mr. Harry Ryznar
Sanctuary at the Park Senior Living Ctr
570 Harvey St. Muskegon, MI 49442
They are unable to join us here at
Church and we want them to know we
St. Michael’s Prayer Line:
Audrey Adamczak 759-8164.
If Audrey is not available,
please try Marlene Evens 7590022.
St. Michael Family Corner
Ken & Beth Adamski and children
Matthew, Peter and Natalie
William & Jan Martin
St. Michael Weekly Offering
March 22, 2015
Sunday collection:
Easter Proclamation!
Exult, let them exult, the hosts of heaven,
exult, let Angel ministers of God exult,
le the trumpet of salvation
sound aloud our might King’s triumph!
Be glad, let earth be glad, as glory floods
ablaze with light from her eternal King,
let all corners of the earth be glad,
knowing an end to gloom and darkness.
Rejoice, let Mother Church also rejoice,
arrayed with the lightning of his glory,
let this holy building shake with joy,
filed with the mighty voices of the
It is truly right and just,
with ardent love of mind and heart
and with devoted service of our voice,
to acclaim our God invisible, the
almighty Father,
and Jesus Christ, our Lord, his Son, his
Only Begotten.
We for our sake paid Adam’s debt to the
eternal Father,
and, pouring out his own dear Blood,
wiped clean the record of our ancient
These then are the feasts of Passover,
in which is slain the Lamb, the one true
whose Blood anoints the doorposts of
This is the nigh,
when you led our forebears, Israel’s
from slavery in Egypt
And made them pass dry-shod through
the Red Sea.
This is the night
that which even now, throughout the
sets Christian believers apart from
worldly vices
and from the gloom of sin,
leading them to grace
and joining them to his holy ones.
This is the night,
when Christ broke the prison-bars of
death and rose victorious from the
O wonder of your humble care for us!
O love, O charity beyond all telling,
to ransom a slave you gave away your
O truly necessary sin of Adam,
destroyed completely by Death of
O happy fault
that earned so great, so glorious, a
The sanctifying power of this night
dispels wickedness, washes faults
restores innocence to the fallen, and
joy to the mourners.
O truly blessed night,
when things of heaven are wed to
those of earth and divine to the human.
On this, your night of grace, O holy
accept this candle, a solemn offering,
the work of bees and of your servant’s
an evening sacrifices of praise,
this gift from your most holy Church.
Therefore, O Lord,
we pray you that this candle,
hallowed to the honor of your name,
may persevere undimmed,
to overcome the darkness of this night.
Receive it as a pleasing fragrance,
and let it mingle with the lights of
May this flame be found still burning
by the Morning Star:
the one Morning Star who never sets,
Christ your Son,
who, is coming back from death’s
has shed his peaceful light on
and lives and reigns for ever and ever.
Arend Aldrich, Sgt Army, Colorado
Devan Allen, Airforce, Louisiana
Justin Brenner, Staff Sgt. Hawaii
McKenzie Calhoun, Spec, Army,
Zachary Crevier, Staff Sgt, Army,
Ft. Bliss, Texas
Daniel Deitrick, Lt. USN, Navy,
Stacy Dillon, S Sgt., Air Force, Korea
Scott Dillon, SRA, Air Force,Oklahoma
SSG, Jacob Frame, SF Green Beret
Michael Fusik, S Sgt, Air Force,Korea
Dakota Hess, US Navy, San
Clemente, CA
Cory Hitsman, Spec., Army National
Guard, Afghanistan
Cliff Hovis, Reserves, Muskegon
William Hovis, HN, Navy, Mississippi
Patrick Jones, Captain US Marines,
Amanda McKay, Sgt, Army, AZ
Enrique Pena, Lcpl US Marine Corps
Camp Pendleton, CA
Daniel Pendell, Sgt. US Army,
Fort Bliss, TX
Michael Pendell, Sgt. US Army,
Fort Riley, KS
Daniel Stoneburner, E7, Army,
Colorado Springs, CO
Stanley Walukonis, CPL Marine Corp,
Jesus of Nazareth, A Gospel Portrait
Thursday, April 9, 16, 23
7:00 ~ 9:00 PM
Presented by Fr. Bernie Campbell, CSP
St. Francis de Sales Church
McCabe Center
During these three talks, Fr. Bernie
will focus first on Jesus and his times
with a particular emphasis on the
Jewishness of Jesus, biblical themes
and texts (Hebrew Bible) that the
disciples of Jesus used to help them
understand Jesus, and the Kingdom of
God as Jesus’ central proclamation.
The second week Fr. Bernie will focus
on Jesus in his words and deeds and
the third week on the last tumultuous
week of Jesus’ life. $10 donation per
session requested.)
Religious Formation News
Youth Group News
Contact Shannon Siuda
[email protected]
Contact: Mandy Fort
[email protected]
have class on Sunday, April 5 and 12
due to Easter and Spring Break.
Tuesday classes will not meet on
Tuesday, April 7 due to Spring break.
Steubenville Youth Conference will
be held June 26-28th in Steubenville,
Ohio at Franciscan University.
conference is open to incoming 9th
through outgoing 12th graders for the
2014-2015 school year. cost is $180
(financial assistance available if
needed). deposit of $50 and
registration form is needed by April
1st to hold your spot. contact Mandy
for more information,
[email protected] or 7551953x226 or check out the website
youth for more information.
Daily Novena
April 3 ~ April 11 @ 3:00 PM
April 12 @ 3:00 PM
Benediction & Novena
Tuesday morning Symbolon Class
Part 2 ~ Living the Faith
will begin Tuesday, April 7 at 10 AM in
the McCabe Center
If you would like to be a part of the
Symbolon Part 1 DVD Series
beginning Thursday evenings, April
16 at the McCabe Center, please
contact John McKendry 798-7031.
You can access Symbolon by clicking
on the Symbolon picture on the parish
website, or to begin
registration visit
symboloncatholic.org/registration and
enter access code 2cc60d
You will then be prompted to created a
user name (email address) and
Thoughts along the Symbolon Journey:
I am gaining new insights on my
Symbolon journey. For example, I have
never thought of contrasting the story of
Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden
with that of Jesus in the Garden of
Gethsemane (Lesson 4: The Story of
Salvation) A wonderful topic for
personal meditation, especially during
—- Diane DeGrazia
Moms Group News
Check out the MOMS GROUP for
fellowship and a hot cup of coffee,
interesting topics and great
discussions. Enjoy some "you time"
while your kids are supervised and
playing in the church nursery. All
mothers of the parish are welcome!
During summer break we will meet at
various parks for play dates and
picnics, and have special field trips to
area attractions.
In addition to kid-friendly activities,
we get together for "moms night out",
community service projects and other
fun activities JUST FOR MOMS!
If you or someone you know is
interested in being a childcare provider
for our group, please contact the
office. With your help we can do so
Moms Group meets the 2nd and 4th
Mondays from 9-10:30 in the McCabe
Center. Contact Becky Bingham
at [email protected] or find us
on Facebook under St. Francis Norton
Shores Moms Group.
St. Francis Anointing Mass &
Dinner on Wednesday, April 29
Watch the bulletin for more details.
Sacramental Information
St. Francis Calendar of Events
Sacrament of the Sick:
Phone the parish office when ill or
entering the hospital as we can’t know
unless we are informed.
Monday, April 6
12:30 p.m. Senior Group Bingo/
Shepherd’s Hall
NO TMIY classes ~ see you next week
Tuesday, April 7
9:00 a.m. Women’s Guild Craft Group/
McCabe Center
10:00 a.m. Symbolon Part 2/McCabe Ctr
NO Religious Formation Classes
Wednesday, April 8
7:00 p.m. RCIA/McCabe Center
Friday, April 10
7:00 p.m. Marathon Bridge/
Shepherds Hall
Sunday, April 11
NO Religious Formation Classes
Sacrament of Baptism:
Parents whose children are to be baptized
should call the parish office.
Sacrament of Matrimony:
Arrangements for marriage must be made
at least 6 months before the wedding.
New Parishioners: If you wish to join our
parish, please call the parish office. We are
always happy to welcome new parishioners
to our parish family. Our parish is made up
of many beautiful and interesting people,
trying their best to build the kingdom of
God on earth by responding to Jesus’ call
and following His way. We have a rich
heritage of sharing God’s good gifts at our
parish and beyond.
Coffee and Donut News:
Our servers will be celebrating Easter
with our families next Sunday, April 5
We will be back April
12 to share welcoming
smiles and wonderful
treats from Hodge
Podge bakery with you!
MASS at 2:00 PM
Keep watching for details!
DRIVE. KofC will be collecting
money after all Masses on April 11/12
for the mentally impaired. 80% of the
money collected remains directly in
the Muskegon Area. If you would like
to make a tax deductible check to
KofC Council #706, please mail to
2915 Fairfield, Muskegon, MI 49441
with memo line “Tootsie Roll Drive”.
“That Man is You”
will return on
Monday, April 13
due to Pat McKeown’s commitment
with the Family Promise Program
this week.
Hungering for Seeds of Home We follow
Jesus this week on our
Lenten journey as he enters
into Jerusalem, a community
he knew well. CRS Rice
Bowl asks us, too, to
prayerfully enter into our own communities,
to find those who are hungry and thirsty,
who need our help. How does our Lenten
journey motivate us to serve those we
encounter in our daily lives?
Campaign Goal: $2,250,000
Current Support:(pledged): $2,126,963
Number of pledges/donors: 558
Preservation fund challenge: $500,000
For your convenience in making your
pledge commitment, Journey of Faith
envelopes can be found in
your contribution packet as
well in the pews. Please
include your name when
using pew envelopes.
Hospitalized: Bob Kurant
We continue to pray for:
Marcia Ahearn, Mary Ayala, Elena
Alvarez, Leah Bell, Claudia Burkhart,
Virginia Cooper, Frances Debniak,
Beverly Dobb, Dick Dolack, Betty
Emlaw, Jeanne Gerst, Dorothy
Huddleston, Robert Kurant, Madeline
Joseph, Virginia Kuharevicz, Louise
Lenar, Deacon Bill McCabe, Phyllis Oza,
John Pietrowicz, Evelyn Raynor, Agnes
Rose, Francis Ruud, Loretta Schultz, Jean
Senecal, Helen Sohasky, Eleanor Soltis,
Virginia Strach, Betty Tisch-Crancer,
Sister Sue Tracy, Veronica Tretheway,
Jack Tribe, Mary Usmial, Tony Winkler,
Joe Zagaroli, Brent Zatzke, Marie Ziegler,
Jan Zok
Residents in Assisted Living:
Day Spring: Adeline Brozek, Bill
DeTorres, Joe Gouin, Kathy Hale, Gale
Hallead, Bill Hicks, Dick Jansen, Patricia
Flickema-Lipton, Ken Moberg, Bob
Pawlak, Evelyn Raynor, Marge Smith,
Roman Winkler
McAuley Place: John Mylenek,
Genevieve Rajewski
Seminole Shores: Frances Beck,
Margaret Boyer, George Bull, Betty
Cawein, Mary Lou Curik, Betty Donovan,
Marie DeMarco, Hazel Duff, Sally
Flejszar, Willie Mae Glenn, Betty Healey,
Gladys Kalchik, Bethlee Kordecki, Rose
Mahoney, Ed Nave, Frank Parsons,
Donna Mae Pelfresne, Shirley Pickle,
Shirley Potter, Mary Jean Rostar, Tony &
Kathy Sass, Claire Shunta, Robert Smith,
Gordon VanderTill
Roosevelt Park: Ruth Archer, Veda
Boyce, Paulette Davidson, Hope
Gonzales, Bea Labelle, Louise Lenar,
Keith Martin, Michael Porter, Rosalie
Vennie, Marvel Vig
Sanctuary at the Park:, Ed Panyrek,
Josephine Powers, Harry Ryznar, Loretta
The Cove at Lake Woods: Charlotte
Anderson, Karen Silva, Phil Tardani,
Dolores Vandak
To my parish family: Thank you so
much for your prayers and a special thank
you to Fr. Phil. I believe it was all those
prayers that pulled me through. Thank
you so much and God Bless. —-Jan Zok
St. Francis Weekly Offering
March 22, 2015
Sunday collection: