St. Robert Bellarmine Church St. Charles, MO 63303

St. Robert Bellarmine Church
St. Charles, MO 63303
October 12, 2014
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
ST. ROBERT BELLARMINE CHURCH
“A Parish With A Family Perspective”
REV. PATRICK D. RYAN, Pastor, REV. MSGR. RAYMOND HAMPE, Priest in Residence
DEACONS: LONNIE WEISHAAR; PHILIP KING; JOSEPH MEIERGERD (Part-time)
MRS. CAROL A. BRECKLE, Director of Religious Education, MRS. JAN M. MCARTHUR, Pastoral Associate
RECTORY
1424 First Capitol Drive, South
St. Charles, MO 63303
Phone: 636-946-6799
FAX: 636-946-0380
E-mail: [email protected]
MASS SCHEDULES
SUNDAY MASSES
Saturday, 8:00 AM
and 5:00 PM
Sunday, 7:30, 9:30,
and 11:30 AM
DAILY MASS
Monday through
Friday, 8:00 AM
DEVOTIONS
Our Lady of Perpetual
Help on Tuesdays
after 8:00 AM Mass
EUCHARISTIC
ADORATION
Thursdays,
8:30 AM. - 7:30 PM
SCHOOL
1 Seton Court
St. Charles, MO 63303
Phone: 636-946-6716
FAX: 636-946-2670
E-mail: [email protected]
PSR (PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION)
1424 First Capitol Drive, South
St. Charles, MO 63303
Phone: 636-946-6461
FAX: 636-946-0380
E-mail: [email protected]
SACRAMENTS
BAPTISM: Parents should contact the rectory to arrange the date for the baptism of their
child. Baptisms are normally at 12:30 PM on Sundays. A baptismal preparation training
session is required for parents who are having their first child or who have never attended a
preparation session. Contact the rectory to sign up for the baptismal preparation class.
RECONCILIATION: Saturdays from 4:30 to 4:55 PM and Sundays from 9:00 to 9:25 AM.
Or call the rectory for an appointment.
MATRIMONY: Please contact the rectory six months in advance so that plans and instructions can be made.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK: For anointing of the sick, hospital visitation, or communion
calls for anyone elderly, homebound, ill, or in danger of death, family members are asked to
call the rectory. Please remember that hospitals no longer notify us of an individual being in
the hospital.
PARISH WEBSITE
www.strbellarmine.com
PARISH COUNCIL OFFICERS
President: Mrs. Sharon Brader/636-441-2203
Vice-President: Mrs. Judy Meiser/636-928-4118
Secretary: Mrs. Vicki Grant/636-949-7924
BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS
DEADLINE: Tuesdays, 9:00 AM, prior to the weekend the article is to appear. Please provide contact name and
phone number.
FULL PAGE INSERTS: Must be approved before inclusion in the bulletin. May run for one week only. Please call
the rectory to reserve a week.
MINISTRY SCHEDULE
Monday, October 13
8:00 AM Sam Vaccaro
Tuesday, October 14
8:00 AM Don Krekeler
2:00 PM Billy Crockett
Wednesday, October 15
8:00 AM Jim Goessling
Thursday, October 16
8:00 AM Floyd Johnson
Friday, October 17
8:00 AM Edward Knobbe
Saturday, October 18
8:00 AM Helen Danahey
5:00 PM Alice Boschert
Sunday, October 19
7:30 AM Duvall Weber
9:30 AM Ralph Amelung
11:30 AM People of the Parish
5:00 PM
7:30 AM
9:30 AM
11:30 AM
5:00 PM
7:30 AM
9:30 AM
11:30 AM
5:00 PM
7:30 AM
9:30 AM
11:30 AM
October 18/October 19
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Eucharistic Ministers
Deacon Phil King/C, Jeanne Puscian/C, Matt
Pate/C, Mary Vohsen/C, John Vohsen/B
Deacon Joe Meiergerd/C, Kathy Weber/C, Marge
Schulte/B
Deacon Lonnie Weishaar/C, Nancy Sanders/C,
Mike Bruce/C, Steve Fiske/C, Brad Hood/B
Deacon Lonnie Weishaar/C, Jean Hampel/C, Noli
Rivera/C, Marianne Muehlberger/C, Merle Rivera/B
Lectors
Faye Voelkl
Lonnie Weishaar, Jr.
Ada Hood
Colette Weishaar
Servers
Tom Gaines, Nadia Norman
John Olwig, Phil Olwig
Max Hood, Jack Hood
Diane Dalpiaz, Jeremy Simpson
CALENDAR
LAST WEEK’S COLLECTIONS
Sunday Offering
Diaconate Program
Repair & Maintenance
$ 14,076.00
$ 1,658.00
$ 756.00
Our sincere thanks to those who so very generously
support St. Robert Bellarmine Parish.
ALTAR SOCIETY
Phyllis Vance is in charge of the Altar and Sanctuary this
week, October 17 and 18.
CARE CENTER FOOD PANTRY
When you do your shopping this week, don’t forget the
poor! The menu for October is:
Tuna, Tuna Helper or Mushroom Soup and Noodles
Pudding, Pears
Powdered Milk (optional)
Items always welcome by Sts. Joachim and Ann Care
Service: Cereal, peanut butter, jelly, spaghetti sauce,
spaghetti, toilet paper, diapers, rice or rice meals, or
cakes of soap. Please place items in crate. Thanks for
your continued support of the Care Center.
FRIDAY NIGHT BINGO -- OCTOBER 17
Bingo starts at 6:30 PM. Doors open at 4:00 PM.
Floor: Team 5 Captain: Richard Orf/636-947-4963
Kitchen Set-up Team: Schueddig/Brusca
Kitchen Serving Team: Pawlak
Bingo Cleaning Team: Team A
Bingo of Oct. 3 = $1,787
Kitchen = $471
Thanks for all you do to make our Bingo successful!
BINGO DESSERTS
The following are scheduled to bring desserts for the
Friday Night Bingo on October 17, 2014: Carol Simpson, Coletta Simpson, D. Stark, J. Steffe, A. Stock, S.
Tharp, Y. Tihen, and M. Waller. Thanks for your support of our Friday Night Bingos!
ST. PATRICK CENTER
Once again winter is at our back door. We will be collecting new or used (in good condition) all winter clothing. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Hakenwerth whom have
volunteered to make trips to St. Patrick’s which allows
us to collect all items of outerwear. This includes coats,
sweaters, hats and gloves for men, women and children
in all sizes. Thank you Shirley and Jim. Please place
your donation in the box provided in the church vestibule. If you have any questions, please contact Mary
Waller. Thanks in advance for your donations.
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Bible Study -- 6:00 PM
RCIA -- 7:00 PM
Ladies’ Council Meeting -- 7:00 PM
Men’s Club Meeting -- 7:00 PM
Bingo -- 6:30 PM
LADIES’ COUNCIL MEETING
The next Ladies’ Council Meeting will be on Tuesday,
October 14 at 7:00 PM. We will vote on an amendment.
The executive committee by a majority of their approval
can spend up to $500 per month when a St. Robert Bellarmine Ladies Council meeting is not available for a
vote. All ladies of the parish are invited. If you need a
ride to the meeting, call Martha/636-441-4609 or
Cathy/636-723-0436.
MEN’S CLUB
The Men’s Club will meet on Wednesday, October 15, at
7:00 PM, in the Family Room. New members are always
welcome to join! Call Tom/636-926-3588 if you have any
questions or for more information.
40 DAYS FOR LIFE
This year, St. Robert and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parishes will be picketing and praying on Tuesday, October 14
at the St. Peter’s Planned Parenthood location. We will
stand near the intersection of Mid Rivers Mall Drive and
Suemandy Dr. during the hours of 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
We ask you to support this effort if you are able with an
hour of prayerful witness. If you know in advance your
preferred time, please notify John Dougherty/636-9472401 of Rita Sparrow/636-946-6164.
LIFE CHAIN
Our thanks to all the St. Robert parishioners who joined
the Life Chain last Sunday with members of several
Catholic parishes and other denominations to stand in
front of St. Robert’s and peacefully hold signs and pray
for an end to abortion. We know that many of our parishioners who were not there continue to pray with us for
the protection of human life. Sincerely, John/Jackie
Dougherty - Pro Life Chairs
ANNUAL RESPECT LIFE CONVENTION
The 38th Annual Respect Life Convention will be held at
the St. Charles Convention Center on Sunday, October
26th, starting with Mass at 9:30 AM, followed by Exhibits
at 10:30, Luncheon at 11:30, and Workshops starting at
2:00 PM. Keynote speaker at the luncheon will be Melissa Ohden, a saline abortion survivor. She uses her experience to provide support for other abortion survivors
and to educate all on the generational impact of abortion. Her story is a testimony to the power of love and
forgiveness. All events are free except for lunch, which
requires a reservation and is $45 ($50 for reservations
made after Oct. 14). Payment is due by Oct. 21. Reservation forms are available in the church vestibule. Six
workshops will be presented: “Ending Abortion with
Compassion”, “Then and Now: The Descent of Ethics”,
“The Gift of Adoption”, “Respecting Sexuality”, “A Lifetime of Love Valuing our Most Vulnerable”, and “Young
Adults Build a Culture of Life”.
PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION FAMILIES
There will be no classes this Wednesday due to the
Francis Howell School District fall break. Children in the
sacramental preparation classes on Tuesday will have
class as scheduled.
LITURGY OF THE WORD FOR CHILDREN
Many people who attend the 9:30 Mass on Sunday
morning see our children dismissed from the Mass and
wonder what this is all about. The children in grades 1 6 are going to a classroom with a trained facilitator to
hear the Scriptures read from the Children’s Lectionary
in simpler language. They listen to a homily prepared
just for them, profess the Creed in a question and answer format, ask God’s help for the world and for their
families, and then rejoin their parents for the Liturgy of
the Eucharist. There is no fee for this and all children
are invited to attend. If you have grandchildren in town
and they would like to join us, please know that they are
welcome.
YOUTH GROUP
Permission forms are now available for our day of rest
and relaxation at Pere Marquette State Park on Sunday,
October 26. These must be returned no later than Sunday, October 19.
WORLD MISSION SUNDAY
Next weekend our parish will celebrate World Mission
Sunday. This year we are invited to reach out and help
build the Church in Mongolia, the world’s youngest Catholic Church, as well as local churches throughout the
Missions, in the most remote areas across our world.
Through the work of these churches, and their witness to
Christ, the poor receive practical help and experience
God’s love and mercy, His hope and peace. Please
keep the Missions in your daily prayers. Please come
prepared next weekend to give generously in the collection for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. For
more information please visit:
www.IAmAMissionary.org
THE CATHOLIC’S DIVORCE
SURVIVAL GUIDE
NEW! The Office of Laity and Family Life is pleased to
announce the beginning of a new ministry to Catholics
who have suffered from divorce: The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide. The 12-week program features
DVD presentations covering denial, anger, grief, guilt,
forgiveness, money, the kids, the ex-spouse, spirituality,
annulment and much more. Immaculate Conception
Parish - Dardenne is hosting the program beginning January 8, 2015. There is a $25 fee which will cover all materials needed. (Scholarships are available for anyone
who cannot afford the fee). Contact Debi at [email protected] or 314-276-3859 for more information.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12
TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN
ORDINARY TIME
(Lec. 142)
1) Isaiah 25: 6 - 10A
2) Philippians 4: 12 - 14, 19 - 20
3) Matthew 22: 1 -14, OR 22: 1 -10
FOCUS: Will you accept God’s invitation to his banquet? It begins now and continues in the life to come.
Many of us want things for a cheap or a reduced price,
yet we are told that the best things in life are free. God
generously gives us all that we need. We can enjoy
God’s abundance in this life and the next by listening to
the Lord and following His will in our daily lives. What a
bargain.
LITURGY OF THE WORD
Isaiah foretells the bounty that the Lord will provide for
his people when they accept his invitation to come back
to the Lord. Jesus, in today’s Gospel, also tells of God’s
bounty. If we accept the Lord’s invitation to life in Him,
we will be filled with joy.
PRAYER CHAIN
How blessed we are to have faith. It is truly a gift. No
matter what happens, our Heavenly Father will see us
through. He can make some good come from any situation if we just trust Him. If you would like us to join you
in prayer, please call or text Shirley at 636-734-2798 or
email [email protected]
WOMEN’S ANNUAL FALL RETREAT
The Women’s Annual Fall Retreat at King’s House is
scheduled for October 17 - 19. Please come and enjoy
a faith-filled spiritual get-away. Sign up soon by contacting Jeanne Puscian/636-946-7047. We will try to car
pool!
PICTORIAL DIRECTORIES AND DVD OF
PARISH HISTORY
If you have not picked up your copy, please contact the
rectory. They are free. We hope you will enjoy a trip
down memory lane.
ADULT SPIRITUAL FORMATION
We are currently offering a retreat program based on the
teachings of Pope Francis on Tuesday evenings at 7:00
PM and on Friday mornings at 8:30 AM. It is not too late
to join us. Sessions are held in the downstairs adult education room.
MASS COUNTS
The Archbishop has directed that we do a count of all
persons attending mass this weekend. Please be patient
while we do this.
TOAST FOR TECHNOLOGY
The Technology Committee is proud to announce this will be our second annual fundraiser to benefit SESR
The evenings event will feature some of the area’s best microbreweries including Square One, 4 Hands,
Trailhead, O’Fallon Brewery and more. Brew Masters will be present. Barefoot Wines will also be there.
This year we will feature a new local winery, Rack House-West Winery. Cardinal Sin Vodka will be back
by popular demand. Appetizers will be available. A silent and live auction will be held with all proceeds going towards technology upgrades at SESR. Tickets may be purchased in advance at a discount for $25.
Tickets at the door will be $30. Please consider a tax deductible charitable contribution and your family/
business name will be highlighted during the event. For information, call Kerry/636-219-6021
TO THE FAITHFUL OF THE
ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. LOUIS
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
“Today vast numbers of people still do not know Jesus
Christ.” Pope Francis began his message for this year’s
celebration of World Mission Sunday with these words.
But he quickly offers us the way to make a joy-filled, lifegiving difference. “World Mission Sunday is a privileged
moment when the faithful of various continents engage
in prayer and concrete gestures of solidarity in support
of the young Churches in mission lands.”
On October 19, as the Archdiocese of St. Louis celebrates this “privileged moment” let us join our brothers
and sisters around the world who will gather at the
Lord’s Table to celebrate, with great joy, our common
vocation as missionaries. Our prayers and concrete
gestures of solidarity will help build local churches, like
the church in Mongolia, the world’s youngest Catholic
Church, and churches across the globe.
Your financial help on World Mission Sunday, offered in
the collection for the Society for the Propagation of the
Faith, will support the 1,150 young mission dioceses and
communities who await the “Good News” of Jesus as
their saving hope.
Pope Francis encourages us to take joyful part in the
Church’s mission to all the nations, as we live our lives
grounded in love for Jesus and concern for the needs of
the most disadvantaged. May World Mission Sunday
offer each one of us an opportunity to accomplish both,
as we share the joy of the Gospel and help the poor by
our fervent prayer and through generous hearts!
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson
Archbishop of St. Louis
TRUNK-OR-TREAT WITH DUCHESNE
OCTOBER 18
Get into the Halloween spirit with Duchesne High
School! DHS’ Outreach service organization is sponsoring our annual Trunk-or-Treat on Saturday, Oct. 18.
From 4 to 6 PM, we’ll be hosting a fun, safe Halloween
celebration in the Duchesne parking lot. The theme this
year is Walt Disney/Disney Pixar. Grade school students and families can stop by for games, treats, and a
magical night! For more info, visit www.duchesne-hs.org
or email Ms. Lammert at [email protected]
15 Birthday Lunch
16 Cross Country Meet, McNair Park, 4:15 PM
17 NED Show assembly for students K - 8, 11:50 AM
POSITION AVAILABLE
Part-time LPN, Twenty hours per week at St. Elizabeth
Adult Day Care Center of St. Charles. For additional
information, please call 314-772-5107.
FREE SEMINAR FOR GRIEVING FAMILIES
UNDERSTANDING YOUR GRIEF:
TOUCHSTONES FOR HOPE AND HEALING
Date: Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
NEW Location: The Stegton Banquet Center
1450 Wall Street
St. Charles, MO 63303
Join us for an evening of Hope and Healing
with Dr. Alan Wolfelt
Register Online at Baue.com or call/636-946-4042
CARVING YOUR VOCATION
The School Sisters of Notre Dame will be holding an
upcoming vocations event on October 23rd.
Women over the age of 18 are welcome to join us for
prayer, reflections and conversation. Pumpkin carving is
a fun fall activity, but it can also be a way to learn more
about yourself and how God may be calling you.
Join us for this unique opportunity!
It will be held at the Maria Center on 336 Ripa Street in
St. Louis from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Cost is donation only. RSVP by October 20 to
Catherine Burkart at 618-303-9322
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Hello to all couples, priests and religious who have ever
made a Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekend. A
2014 Enrichment will be presented just for you on Saturday, November 8, at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta (Father
Rosy Rosebrough’s parish). The event begins with
Mass at 4:30 PM and a closing prayer at 9:00 PM. Simple pot luck and presentation as well (bring a meat dish
or appetizer to share). RSVP by November 1 to Sam &
Liz Cohen at 636-256-9055 or by email:
[email protected] No strings attached beyond a free
will donation toward expenses.
COME CATCH THE FIRE
This is a year-long series for young adults, providing
prayer, presentations, and praise and worship. It will
begin on Thursday, November 13th from 8-10 PM with
“You Are Called? Are You Listening?” Worship will be
led by Adam Bitter. The evening is at the Sisters of St.
Joseph motherhouse on 6400 Minnesota Ave. Sponsored by the Association of St. Louis Vocation Directors,
the series encourages young adults to share their faith
journeys in response to God’s call. For more information, go to www.csjsl.org
50th Anniversary Photo Montage
A slide show highlighting the days events is available to
enjoy on our website at www.strbellarmine.com
Photos for you to look at are in the vestibule of church
along with DVD’s to check out and view at home.
LINDENWOOD SOFTBALL TRIVIA NIGHT
On November 8th, the Lindenwood University Softball
team will be hosting its 1st Annual Trivia Night. It will be
held at St. Robert Bellarmine Church. This trivia night
will serve as a fundraiser to help Lindenwood Softball
compete for a conference and national championship.
Doors open at 6:00 PM and trivia starts at 7:00 PM.
Tables of 8 are available for $180, or $25 per person.
There will be an auction as well as door prizes, games
and much more! For more information, or to reserve a
table, contact Kristin Miller/636-627-2511 or through
email at [email protected]
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS CLOWN
WORKSHOP
God has a sense of humor. He created the Knights of
Columbus Clowns. Join us for a workshop to learn how
to be a clown on Saturday, October 18th at St. Elizabeth
Ann Seton Church. Registration is at 8:30 AM. Cost is
$15 for adults, $10 for age 10 - 17. No one under age
10, please. A light breakfast and lunch will be served.
Call Mary Murphy/636-240-1637, so that we know how
many plan to attend.
THE COMMITTEE TO RESTORE AMERICA
Learn your God-given Constitutional rights, protect our
Religious Freedom and bring peace to our communities.
Help restore America to its Christian and moral foundation. Come hear national speaker, author, radio talk
show host, attorney and Constitutional expert KrisAnne
Hall, on Wednesday, October 15th at St. Joseph Church
(Fr. Pezold Hall), 1355 Motherhead Rd, Cottleville, MO
63304 or Thursday, October 16th at Knights of Columbus Hall, 50 Rue St. Francois, Florissant, MO 63031.
Both events start at 7:00 PM. There is no charge to attend.
For more info, call 314-807-3362 or
[email protected]
WHAT’S HAPPENING?
October 12 -- Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, New
Melle -- Fall Sausage Dinner -- Serving from 11:00 AM to
6:00 PM -- Carry-outs available -- Adult Dinners = $11,
Children (6-12) = $6, ages 5 and under eat free. For
more info, call 636-398-5270.
October 12 -- Immaculate Conception Church of Dardenne -- Fall Festival and Turkey Shoot -- Dinner served
buffet style from 11:30 AM to 6:30 PM -- Carry-outs
available -- Adults = $10, Children (5-12) = $5, Under 5
free- Dining room only. For more info, call 636-561-6611.
October 12 -- Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish -- 60th Anniversary of the Parish -- The Church and School will
host at open house -- Please come and take a stroll
down memory lane-- With questions, call 314-522-9264.
MILITARY PERSONNEL
Please pray for the military personnel serving our country in various areas around the world: Jake Nuernberger, Michael Conley, Priscilla Adams,
Geoffrey Merrick, Timothy Adams, Dave
Denhard, Sean Peters, Kevin Doyle, Christopher and Sambriddhi Winkler, Michael
Adams, Tom Collins, Brian Brewer, Brandon Politte, Melissa Thornhill, Darrell Givens, Dusty
Young, Christina (Humberd) Schofield, Greg Finke,
Brad Virden, Brian Bussen, Eric Muich, Robert John
Mackey, Stephen Copp, Joshua Tullock, Carl Beck,
Randall Trautz, Steve Swartstrom, Chris Suttmoller,
Charles Drucker, Samantha Hill, Luke Morath, Stephen Araniecke, Matt Araniecke, Tyler Gerler, William R. Burnside, Daniel Bardgett , Toni Givens, Matthew Vanness, Patrick Ahrens, Cory Ershen and Michael Lada. Call the Rectory/636-946-6799 to have a
name included. If any of the military personnel listed
above have returned home, let us know.
WE PRAY FOR THE SICK . . .
Ed and Joan Theby, Marion Bergfeld, Evelyn DuBois,
Sr. Rose, Julie Stutz-Weindel, Tariq Eddington, Mary
Ann Mills, Lucy Goolsby, Lori Ule, Carla C., Avery Budde, Sue Beckham, Marge Hutchins, Mary Beth, Mary
Ann Dunnermann, John Finocchiaro, Clinton Jeffreys,
Susan Volansky, Vito Castelli, Madison, Phil Hampel,
Jan Dalton, Andrew Steffenson, Marcus, Richard Lane,
Herta, Carl’s wife, Jimmy Klos, Jay, young man, young
woman, Shirley Klos, Brady, Theresa Keen, William Peters, Jalene Walsh, a relative, Josh Rolf, Robert S., Matt
W., Karrie Bizelli, Eileen Gandt, Patricia Castelli, Patrick
Murphy, a special person and family, Rick Meese, Jennifer Poettker, Kathy W., Ron Theby, Ruth, Barbara,
Debra Shwedus, Jan Probst, Michelle Barnes, Dawn,
Elise Pepple, Mike McElfresh,
Mark Stein, Paula
Weinreis, Kay Bonney, Audrey Meyer, Rosemary DiFerdinando, Kiera, Kathy George, Susan Burns, Walter
Burns, Wanda Rush, David, Ray Gilliam, Bernie Voelkl,
Jake, Nancy Waller,
Amy, Kyle Earnest, Kathy
Dougherty, Bernadette Cheatham, Jean Vaughn, Brandy
Dunn, Delores Adams, Kathy McNamee and Lynsey.
50TH ANNIVERSARY GRADUATE REUNION
Time is drawing closer towards our celebration with our
St. Robert Bellarmine Alumni. This event is being sponsored by St. Robert’s Men’s Club and the Knights of
Columbus. All graduates of our Parish School of
Religion and our Regional School are welcome with
their families to celebrate Mass on Sunday, October, 19
at 11:30 AM with a dinner immediately following.
Enjoy catching up with old classmates and reminiscing
on times shared. Please bring photo albums, pictures
or any mementos you have.
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