Bulletin May 24, 2015 - Saint Michael the Archangel Church

Pentecost
May 24, 2015
The Catholic Community of:
St. Francis de Sales Church
2929McCracken St. Muskegon, MI 49441
Office: 231-755-1953 Fax: 231-759-7074
www.sfnortonshores.com
St. Michael the Archangel
1716 Sixth St. Muskegon, MI 49441
Office: 231-722-3071 Fax:231-722-3243
http://saintmichaelsmuskegon.com
A Prayer for the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit
by St. Bonaventure
Lord Jesus, as God’s Spirit came down and rested upon you, may the same Spirit rest upon us,
bestowing his sevenfold gifts.
First, grant us the gift of understanding, by which your precepts may enlighten our minds.
Second, grant us counsel, by which we may follow in your footsteps on the path of righteousness.
Third, grant us courage, by which we may ward off the Enemy’s attacks.
Fourth, grant us knowledge, by which we can distinguish good from evil.
Fifth, grant us piety, by which we may acquire compassionate hearts.
Sixth, grant us fear, by which we may draw back from evil and submit to what is good.
Seventh, grant us wisdom, that we may taste fully the life-giving sweetness of your love.
Amen.
PARISH CONTACTS
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
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
Art & Environment: Timothy Duba & Phyllis
Kuharevicz
Monday, May 25—Memorial Day
7:00—8:00 p.m. Holy Hour St. Michael Divine Mercy Chapel
11:00 a.m. Mass at St. Mary’s Cemetery
Sir17:20-22 Mk 10:127
Tuesday, May 26—St. Philip Neri
8:30 a.m. St. Michael Mass—Florence Patton by Koryzno family
Sir 35:1-12 Mk 10:28-31
Wednesday, May 27—St. Augustine
7:00 a.m.—5:30 p.m. Eucharistic Adoration St. Francis Marian Chapel
6:00 p.m. St. Francis Mass—Max Fitzsimmons by Marguerite and
Katie Engelhard by Lornella Faucher
Sr 36:1, 4-5a, 10-17 Mk 10:32:45
Thursday, May 28
8:30 a.m. St. Francis Mass—Ella Lathrop by Marguerite
Fitzsimmons
Sir 42:15-25 Mk 10:46-52
Friday, May 29
12:10 p.m. St. Michael Mass—Rosemary Hulka by Sue
Confessions to follow
Sir 44:1, 9-13 Mk 11:11-26
Saturday, May 30
9:30—10:30 a.m. Reconciliation at St. Francis
5:00 p.m. St. Francis Mass—Dick Engle by LaBelle Family and Erin Bush by Family
Sir 51:12cd-20 Mk 11:27-33
Sunday, May 31—The Most Holy Trinity
9:00 a.m. St. Michael Mass—Tadeusz Wodzisz by Agnes
Adamczek & family and for the people of the parish
11:00 a.m. St. Francis Mass—MaryAnn Josefowicz by Andree
family, Dave Martin by Bob & Donna Hundersmarck and the
people of the parish
Dt. 4:32-34,39-40 Rom 8:14-17 Mt 28:16-20
PLEASE ALWAYS REFER TO YOUR SCHEDULE FOR ACCURACY & SPECIAL MASSES.
May 30/31
St. Francis
5:00 PM
St. Michael
9:00 AM
St. Francis
11:00 AM
Altar
Servers
Conner & Ethan O’Neill
John Sanocki
Casey Cashbaugh
Jack & Grace DeLong
Maryam Esho
Eucharistic Richard S. John & Mary A.
Ministers Judy A. Mary Jane B.
Bob & Molly D. Cheri K.
Gayle L. Kristi N. Melanie S.
L. Hovis (L)
S. Deuling & J. Gappa
C. Hesling & J. Palo (Back)
Phil B. Dave & Peg A.
Mary & Jim B. Barbara N.-B.
Al L.
Richard R. Eric S.
Sam & Charlene B.
Greeters
Marilyn Dion
Jan & Henry Salisz
Mark & Joni Konkle
Rita Gibbs-Corradin
Dorothy & Bill Sklenar
Karen Szpeinski
Lectors
Camille Gabris
Pat O’Toole
Brandon Isom
Sarah Emmerson
Chris Amante
Ushers
Team # 8 and # 9
Team #
*volunteers needed*
*volunteers needed*
St. Francis Calendar of Events
Monday, May 25 ~ Memorial Day
OFFICE CLOSED
Tuesday, May 19
9:00 a.m. Women’s Guild Craft
Group/McCabe Center
10:00 a.m. Symbolon Part 2/McCabe Ctr
6:15 p.m. Chant rehearsal
St. Michael Calendar of Events
Monday, May 25
Office closed
“There are different types of
spiritual gifts but the same Spirit.”
7-8 p.m. Holy Hour/Divine Mercy Chapel
Most of us, at one time or
another (or, hopefully, more
frequently), have prayed that the
Holy Spirit would enlighten our
minds and guide our actions and/or
decisions. This may have been in
preparation for a test at school; a talk
with our children or family; help at
work or in seeking work; important
life decisions. Although seeking the
guidance of the Spirit in various
situations is indeed wise, listening to
the music of the Spirit within us on a
regular basis is necessary for us on a
daily basis as we live out our
Christian lives.
For myself, I went through a
long period of discerning the
movement of the Spirit within me as
I traveled my vocational journey to
ordination and into priesthood. I
find that now ordained, I seek the
guidance of the Spirit on a daily
basis even more as I live the life of
priest and pastor. From the Spirit I
seek strength, insight, grace,
patience, creativity, understanding,
compassion, wisdom, humor, and
assistance with a myriad of other
things that come into my daily life. I
have found that I cannot live well
without dancing with the Spirit, and
frequently meet with failure or
limited success when I don't follow
the Spirit's lead.
At this time of year we
celebrate many great life events such
as graduations from high school and
college, and weddings. These are
extremely important times when
enlightenment and strength from the
Spirit can lead to greater joy,
happiness, success and, ultimately,
salvation. Please pray for those
graduating and those entering into
the sacrament of marriage that they
will be open to the Spirit. Invite
them to the realization of the Spirit
active within them.
As we celebrate this great
feast of Pentecost, let each of us
pray, “Come, Holy Spirit, come!”
With love, your brother in Christ,
Fr. Phil
Wednesday, May 27
2:30 p.m. Holy Hour
Every Sunday
8:30 a.m. Every Sunday is the Rosary
Monday—Sunday
Wednesday, May 27
6:30 p.m. Baptism Make Up Class
McCabe Center
7:00 p.m. Choir rehearsal
Thursday, May 28
7:00 p.m. Symbolon/McCabe Center
Every day Adoration at Divine Mercy Chapel
MEMORIAL DAY MASS: Start your
morning with Mass at St. Mary’s
Cemetery on Monday, May 25 at 11 AM.
Please bring a lawn chair. In case of rain,
Mass will be held at St. Michael’s Church.
St. Michael’s Rosary-Altar Society meeting
will be on June 7 after the 9 AM Mass in the
school classroom. If any woman is interested
in joining the society, please come to the
meeting or call Joan DePouw 755-4198.
JUST A REMINDER …..
All Masses will be held at
St. Michael the Archangel
(1716 Sixth Street) on
May 23/24 & May 30/31
due to St. Francis Church
wall cleaning.
Saturday at 5:00 PM
Sunday at 7:00 AM, 9:00
AM & 11:00 AM
JOURNEY OF FAITH UPDATES
Campaign Goal: $2,250,000
Current Support:(pledged): $2,133,053
Number of pledges/donors: 566
Number of registered households: 1270
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 for
proper recording.
St. Francis Weekly Offering
May 17, 2015
Sunday collection:
$9,966.66
Wednesday, May 27 at 2:30 PM
St. Michael is having Holy Hour. We will be
praying for peace and an end to abortion.
Everyone is welcome
St. Michael’s Annual
Flower Planting Project
& Volunteers Needed
St. Michaels is in need of
volunteers who would like
to plant flowers around our building grounds.
If you would like, you may bring your favorite
flowers to planted and also bring any tools
you may need for our annual gardening
project. Our planting date will be Saturday,
May 30 at 9:00.
Please send a card and pray for:
Irene Mastee
2880 Westland, Muskegon, MI 49441
She is unable to join us here at Church and
we want her to know we care.
St. Michael’s Prayer Line:
Audrey Adamczak 759-8164.
If Audrey is not available, please
try Marlene Evens 759-0022.
St. Michael Weekly Offering
May 17, 2015
Sunday collection:
$3,343.00
Nepal collection:
$1,534.00
2015 CSA Update as of 5-18-15
Thank you again to the parishioners of
St. Michael’s who have contributed to CSA.
Our goal is 100% participation, which means
a completed pledge card from every
household. If you have not responded, please
do so as soon as possible. Thank you so far
for your stewardship. Below are details:
CSA Goal:
$30,110
Pledge to date:
Need to make goal:
$ 6,620
$ 23,490
Arend Aldrich, Sgt Army, Colorado
Devan Allen, Airforce, Louisiana
Justin Brenner, Staff Sgt. Hawaii
McKenzie Calhoun, Spec, Army,
Afghanistan
Zachary Crevier, Staff Sgt, Army,
Ft. Bliss, Texas
Daniel Deitrick, Lt. USN, Navy,
Bahrain
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, Stateside
Patrick Jones, Captain US Marines,
Camp Pendleton, CA
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,
California
GOD BLESS AMERICA!
We Salute our
Fallen Heroes …..
O God,
by whose mercy the faithful
departed find rest,
look kindly on your departed
veterans who gave their lives
in service of their country.
Grant through the passion, death
and resurrection of Your Son
they may share in the joy of Your
heavenly kingdom and
rejoice in You with Your saints
forever.
We ask this through Christ our
Lord. Amen.
Source: United
States Conference
of Catholic Bishops
Religious Formation News
Youth Group News
Contact Shannon Siuda
[email protected]
Contact: Mandy Fort
[email protected]
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
CERTIFIATES are available to pick
up in the parish office.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
PLANNING MEETING will be held
on Wednesday, June 4 at 6:30 PM in the
St. Patrick Room in the McCabe Center.
This meeting is for all volunteers and
those who may be interested in
volunteering for this year’s VBS theme
SonTreasure Island. This is a great
opportunity for teens to acquire their
service hours. See you there!
RCIA PICNIC – JUNE 25th, 2015 at
“Margaret Drake Park” by the
channel, all the RCIA persons from St.
Francis de Sales Parish & St. Michael’s
are welcomed to come to the park about
5:30pm for a picnic. Bring your whole
family and a dish to pass. I will get
chicken from Lee’s Chicken.
If you have someone you know who is
interested in becoming Catholic, bring
them along too! Please RSVP if you
are coming so I can get enough
chicken. Any questions, contact Mary
Wernet 755-1953 ext. 223 or email
[email protected]
Thank you for allowing our Senior
Students to volunteer in your parish the
Monday, May 18 and Tuesday, May 19.
I appreciate everything each of you do to
help Muskegon Catholic form our young
people. Teen age years are a critical time
in life, and teenagers are not always the
easiest to serve. Each of you in many
way this year have served the young
people of Muskegon Catholic and I want
you to know that it is greatly appreciated.
Mike Tober, Director of Campus Ministry
We especially thank the students who
helped this past week:
St. Francis: Rachel Dembinski, Allie
LaLone, Quentavia Robertson, Vanessa
Vu, Jacob Cloutier, Sin-Won Kim and
Erik VanFossen
St. Michael: Ashley Barnard, Victoria
Gasior, Mackenzie Wozniak, Brandon
Isom, Tommy Scott and Dontrea Wyrick.
Please join us for a Breakfast in honor
of your High School Graduation on
Sunday, May 31 at 9:45 a.m. at St.
Francis Shepherds Hall. Parents/
Guardians and Graduates are invited to
attend the breakfast. After breakfast, we
will participate in the 11:00 AM Mass in
which you are invited to process in your
cap and gown. Congratulations on your
achievement! Please RSVP to 755-1953.
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, 755-1953 x 226
[email protected] or
check out the website
www.steubenvilleconferences.com/
youth for more information.
To inform the Diocese of Grand Rapids
of the sexual abuse of a minor by a
priest, deacon, or other Church
personnel and/or to speak with the
Victim Assistance Coordinator, please
call (616) 243-0491. The diocese is
committed to protect children, young
people and other vulnerable people in
our schools, parishes, and ministries.
MOMs GROUP NEWS
Potluck! Please join us on Monday,
June 8 for an end of the year gathering
of friends, food and fellowship. We
meet in the McCabe Center from
9:00-10:30 a.m. This would be a great
opportunity to meet other moms in the
parish and see what this new group is
about. All moms are welcome!
During the summer Moms will meet at
area parks for play dates and picnics.
Please contact Becky Bingham at
[email protected] or find the
group on Facebook under St. Francis
Norton Shores Moms Group.
Sacramental Information
ANNUAL PARISH MASS AND
PICNIC NEWS
Sacrament of the Sick:
Phone the parish office when ill or
entering the hospital as we can’t know
unless we are informed.
New for the 2015 Picnic
CLASSIC CAR DISPLAY: Do you
have a classic car you would like to
display for all to enjoy during the picnic
as all stroll the picnic area? We would
love to see all those with classic cars at
home come out and show them off!
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.
St. Francis Operation Rice Bowl News:
Due to your generosity, 47 Rice Bowls
were returned to the parish office in the
amount of $2, 053.00. The parish is able
to keep 25% to use for local organization
such as Love, INC, Mission for Area
People, Rescue Missions and our on Good
Samaritan fund. THANK YOU for
helping make a difference in our Church,
our Diocese and around the world.
Catholic Estate Planning Seminar
You are invited to a no-cost Catholic
Estate Planning Seminar on June 11 from
10-11:30 AM at St. Patrick/St. Anthony
(920 Fulton St Grand Haven). Jess
Beswick, will present “Estate Planning
Fundamentals: Ten Things A Catholic
Christian Should Know” and provide
expert advice on end of life issues. Please
RSVP by Tuesday, June 9 at (616) 4594508 or [email protected]
There’s no better time than now to get
started on your estate planning!
MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL
MCC is still collecting BOX TOPS &
CAMPBALL SOUP labels. However, the
Box Tops have expirations dates and to
enable MCC to collect money on time it is
required for everyone to turn the box tops
in before the end of May.
You can help out with sending in BOX
TOPS and CAMPBALL SOUP labels
directly to the school or place them in a
zip lock bag and drop into the Sunday
collection. Thank you !
ST. FRANCIS/ST. MICHAEL HAS
TALENT! We know that St. Francis and
St. Michael is blessed with an abundance
of musical and vocal talents. We would
like to have those interested share their
talents during the picnic. If you are
interested in sharing a song or two, we
would love to hear all you have to offer.
A PA system will be available, additional
amplication and instruments would need
to be brought.
Call the church office 755-1953 or
Bob & Margie Stapleton 759-6248 or
Dennis & Diane Warren 780-5187
for more information.
Dear Rev. Salmonowicz,
“Charity may be a very short word, but with its
tremendous meaning of pure love, it sums up
man’s entire relation to God and to his
neighbor.” ~St. Aelred of Rievaulz
Your difference made a difference! Your
contribution of $174 designated to Loaves &
Fishes Food Pantry helps us to continue to
serve those most vulnerable I our
communities.
Again, thank you for your generosity and
your confidence in our work.
Sincerely,
Terrence L Walsh, President /CEO
Catholic Schools: Over 5,658
students at 29 Catholic Schools
across our 11 county diocese
are formed in our faith,
educated for college and life,
and provide with a safe, nurturing
environment in which to grow.
Our Office of Catholic Schools establishes
the standards, training, and curriculum
necessary for these schools to truly be
Catholic in every sense of the word.
Scholarships support through the Catholic
Foundation of West Michigan is also
administered through this office.
Your CSA supports funds this important
office that helps insure that quality and
excellence of our Catholic Schools here in
West Michigan.
Your CSA serves many needs ~ No gift is
too large or too small!
Hospitalized: Russell Stephenson
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, Ed Hodges,
Dorothy Huddleston, Madeline Joseph,
Virginia Kuharevicz, Louise Lenar,
Deacon Bill McCabe, Phyllis Oza, Evelyn
Raynor, Agnes Rose, Francis Ruud, Gaile
Sanders, Loretta Schultz, Jean Senecal,
Helen Sohasky, Eleanor Soltis, Virginia
Strach, Betty Tisch-Crancer, Veronica
Tretheway, Jack Tribe, Mary Usmial,
Mike Winkler, Joe Zagaroli, Brent Zatzke
Residents in Assisted Living:
Day Spring: Adeline Brozek, Bill
DeTorres, Helen Gahan, Joe Gouin, Kathy
Hale, Gale Hallead, Bill Hicks, JoAnn
Hommes, Dick Jensen, , Kent Moberg,
Bob Pawlak, Evelyn Raynor, Roman
Winkler
McAuley Place: John Mylenek,
Genevieve Rajewski
Seminole Shores: Frances Beck,
Margaret Boyer, George Bull, Betty
Cawein, Mary Lou Curik, Betty Donovan,
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, Jerald
Fetterhoff, Hope Gonzales, Bea Labelle,
Louise Lenar, Keith Martin, Michael
Porter, Rosalie Vennie, Marvel Vig
Sanctuary at the Park:, Theresa Doerr,
Ed Panyrek, Josephine Powers, Harry
Ryznar, Loretta Schultz
The Cove Lake Woods:
Charlotte
Anderson, Linda Cutler, Phil Tardani,
Dolores Vandak
St. Francis Family Corner
Welcome New Families
Norma Casper & Debra Oakes
Fr. Mike Olson & mom, Lucille Olson
Received the Sacrament of Baptism
May 17, 2015
Conner Lee Stenberg
parents: Joshua & Danielle Stenberg
Grant them eternal rest, O Lord
Dick Bowne
Robert Kurant
Linda Lucken
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