Catholic Church

Saint Peter
Catholic Church
1250 South Shore Drive, Forest Lake, Minnesota 55025
Parish Office: 651.982.2200
School Office: 651.982.2215
After Hours Emergency: 651.629.1565
ST. PETER STAFF
PASTOR
FR. DANIEL BODIN ............. 651-982-2203
ASSOCIATE PASTOR
FR. PAUL SHOVELAIN......... 651-982-2204
DEACONS
GARY HOULE ...................... 651-982-2200
RALPH L’ALLIER ................. 651-982-2200
TERRY MORAVEC ................ 651-982-2200
PARISH ADMINISTRATOR
GENE SCHOMMER ............... 651-982-2217
DIRECTOR OF PASTORAL CARE
LISA ENGSTROM.................. 651-982-2229
DIRECTOR OF FAITH FORMATION
SUE FAST ............................. 651-982-2235
DIRECTOR OF YOUTH/CONFIRMATION
JASON BECKER .................... 651-982-2223
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC/LITURGY
BONNIE WURSCHER ........... 651-982-2224
ASSISTANT MUSIC DIRECTOR
BRUCE NOLDEN .................. 651-982-2232
DIRECTOR OF STEWARDSHIP/VOLUNTEERS
DEBBIE LARSON .................. 651-982-2227
INTERIM PRINCIPAL
MIKE CONWAY ................... 651-982-2214
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING/DEVELOPMENT
KAREN ANDERSON ............. 651-982-2215
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 12, 2014
FROM THE ASSOCIATE PASTOR
Attention all men!
Are you looking for opportunities to get connected with fellow men at St. Peter? Do you enjoy
serving others and sharing the love of Christ with others? Well, if you answer yes to either of those
questions I encourage you to join the Knights of Columbus! We are blessed to have a very active
council here at St. Peter. This weekend, as well as several other weekends each year, the Knights
host pancake breakfasts as a way to raise money for many programs our parish offers, such as our
faith formation program. Please stop by the pancake breakfast and talk with them about joining the
Knights of Columbus (KC).
In my first few months at St. Peter, I have been very blessed to be a part of the council. By joining the
council I was able to connect with many other men and get to know them and their families. That
has truly been a blessing for me. Another added bonus about the Knights of Columbus is that they are international. So,
in my 8 years as a Knight, I have been a part of 4 councils. I joined the KC council in my home parish, St. Michael
Catholic Church in St. Michael. I transferred to the University of St. Thomas Council during my undergraduate years
there. Then I transferred to my teaching parish, St. Patrick in Oak Grove, and most recently I transferred into St. Peter
Council, which is Father Gibbons Council #3657.
Our parish KC council also helped with the Youth and Family Night this past August 20 and they will be helping again
with a Turkey Bingo Fundraiser on November 15. They also helped organize the Golf Tournament that was a part of the
Parish Festival. The council also donated the tootsie rolls that our parish parade float handed out during the Forest Lake
4th of July Parade. They are a vital aspect of our parish life.
The Knights of Columbus organization was started in 1882 by Fr. Michael McGivney and men from his parish. Together
they worked to strengthen parish life and reach out to those in need. 132 years later, the KC’s continue to fulfill that
mission and there are 1.8 million members throughout the World. I encourage all men 18 and up to consider joining the
Knights of Columbus as a way to grow in your faith. You will be given opportunities to be formed in the faith as well as
opportunities to share the faith. This, my brothers, is what we are all to do since we are baptized! We are called to bring
Christ to others. For more information about the Knights please contact Tony Angelo at (651) 982-1550 or feel free to talk
to me.
Homily Follow Up
Last weekend, I asked a question, “Are you comfortable?” Christ came to challenge the elders and chief priests who
were comfortable in the ways of the world. As Pope Benedict said, “We are not made for comfort, we are made for
greatness!” One way we often find comfort is by listing to our favorite music in the car ride. A way that you could
sacrifice some comfort is by listening to the Lighthouse Media CD’s that the parish offers in the back of Church. Yes,
you may prefer the comfort of listening to your choice of music but the Lighthouse Media CD’s will help you grow in
your faith and help you become great! Another way you could move out of your comfort zone is by letting others know
you attend St. Peter’s by sticking a St. Peter’s Decal on your vehicle. On my first visit to St. Peter back in May, I received
a decal and I placed it on my vehicle as a way of letting others know where I was assigned. Stop by the parish office to
get a decal or pick one up from the bulletin board, they are free!
Thank you for the many well wishes, cards and messages that I received on my birthday. It was a very blessed day as it
fell both on our School Marathon and on the Rediscover Celebration! This last year has probably been the most blessed
in my life, as I received the gift of the priesthood and it has been amazing. Words cannot describe my gratitude to God
for this awesome gift and thank you for letting me share it with you!
God bless you all!
Father Paul
Readings for the Week
Monday: Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31 — 5:1;
Lk 11:29-32
Tuesday: Gal 5:1-6; Lk 11:37-41
Wednesday: Gal 5:18-25; Lk 11:42-46
Thursday:
Eph 1:1-10; Lk 11:47-54
Friday:
Eph 1:11-14; Lk 12:1-7
Saturday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Lk 10:1-9
Sunday:
Is 45:1, 4-6; 1 Thes 1:1-5b;
Mt 22:15-21
PASTORAL CARE AND SPIRITUALITY
Please Pray For
James Gajeski
Alex Schiefelbein
Nancy Crumrine
Beverly Zerwas
Pete Peters
Jack Healey
Kim Hedin
Allie Wolfbauer
Mary Doughty-Mohar
Judy Gallaty
Ron Paul
Respect Life
Blake Brunner
Clarence Zeleschnak
Michele Taylor
Bonnie Welsch
Kathy Augustine
Ellen Winistorfer
Judy Ufford
Mike Wilde
Tom Gallaty
Benjamin Thomas Reinke
From the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops –
The Church’s mission is to show each person the love of
Christ. As uniquely created individuals, we each have
unique gifts which we are called to use to share Christ’s
love.
As the 2014 Respect Life Program begins, let us take a
moment to reflect on the theme, “Each of Us is a Masterpiece of God’s Creation,” and how this truth affects both
our understanding of ourselves and others and the way
we live.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
Although we set aside October to particularly pray for
respect for all human life, let us never cease this urgent
work.
O Virgin Mary, Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, Thou
glory of the Christian people, joy of the Universal
Church, salvation of the whole world, pray for us, and
awaken in all believers a lively devotion towards the
most Holy Eucharist. Obtain for us the grace to communicate worthily and often.
(Raccolta 418)
Love and justice must motivate each of us to work for a
transformation of our own hearts so that we can transform the world around us. This is the message of Pope
Francis. May the Risen Lord put the Gospel of Joy in our
hearts so that we may bear witness to the greatest love
story ever told.
Immediate need for adorers:
10:00 am Sunday
12:00 am Monday
1:00 am Monday
8:00 am Monday
3:00 am Tuesday
3:00 am Friday
6:00 pm Saturday
Generational Healing Mass
Father Jim Livingston will celebrate a Generational Healing Mass on November 6 at 7:00 pm at St. Peter with refreshments to follow in the Multi-purpose Room.
Second adorers needed:
3:00 p.m. Monday
6:00 p.m. Monday
10:00 p.m. Monday
2:00 a.m. Tuesday
4:00 a.m. Tuesday
9:00 a.m. Tuesday
6:00 p.m. Tuesday
12:00 a.m. Wednesday
4:00 p.m. Monday
8:00 p.m. Monday
12:00 a.m. Tuesday
3:00 a.m. Tuesday
6:00 a.m. Tuesday
2:00 p.m. Tuesday
9:00 p.m. Tuesday
1:00 a.m. Wednesday
This is a partial list; to be continued in next week’s bulletin.
For a complete listing see the North bulletin board in the
Church vestibule.
Contact Cheryl (651.464.6823) or Jean (651.466.0324) to
make Eucharistic Adoration a part of your life.
In Lamentations 5:7 it states: "Our forefathers have
sinned and are now dead, and we bear their punishment." The Healing of the family tree is directed to lifting
this punishment or bondage of body, mind or spirit; and
this is done by applying The Healing Power of the
Eucharist.
The core of the Healing Service is the Holy Sacrifice of
the Mass celebrated for the intention of healing these
bondages that are trans generational in one's family tree.
There is a distinction between sin and the effects of sin.
Only original sin, not personal sin, is inherited as Paul
teaches in Romans 5:12. But the Bible teaches that sin's
counterpart, the effects of sin - punishment - in the form
of suffering, illness; inclination toward sinful habits, addictions, etc. can be inherited. Prior to attending Mass try
to receive confession.
For more information please call Lisa Engstrom at 651982-2229.
PARISH AND COMMUNITY
Parish Connection Fair
Everyone is invited to come see and
celebrate all St. Peter has to offer at
our Parish Connection Fair on Saturday Oct 25 after the 5:00 pm Mass and
Sunday, Oct 26 after all morning
Masses.
This event will help you connect with
a new ministry, find ways to be more
engaged in your parish, meet new
people, and more! Enjoy refreshments,
fellowship, and the chance to win
prizes!
Young @ Heart Up-Coming Event
Young @ Heart is hosting an informational presentation
On Friday, October 17th @ 1:00 pm
“+Cross America”
The summer of 2013, Daniel Reinke, a parishioner, literally walked across America beginning on the West Coast
and finishing on the East Coast.. Daniel will share many
stories and encounters that he experienced on this once in
a lifetime journey of sharing his faith.
Join us in St. Peter’s Hall
Refreshments and snacks available
Everyone Welcome
“Give Hope” For The Whole World
Next Sunday, October 19th, is World Mission Sunday.
Through prayer and financial gifts of support, we join
together with every Catholic in the world to give hope to
those most in need. Giving envelopes are included in the
parish envelope packets. They may be placed in the
regular collection next Sunday. Checks should be made
out to St. Peter Church / memo line – World Missions.
Forest Lake Community Blood Drive
Monday, October 13, 2014
8:00 am—7:00 pm
St. Peter Catholic Church
If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please call Nancy at 651-233-0854. Walk-ins
are welcome. Please remember to bring some form of ID.
Children’s Christmas Cantorum
Students Grades 3—7
The Children’s Christmas Cantorum will sing at the 4:00
pm Christmas Eve Mass and on Sunday, December 28th
at the 11:00 am Mass.
Rehearsals begin on Wednesday, October 22nd, 6:30-7:00
pm in the church.
There is still time to join – call for details and to register.
Bonnie Wurscher: [email protected] or
651-982-2224
All Things Catholic Gift Shop
The month of the Holy Rosary is October and the entire
month is dedicated to the Rosary. It is a good time to
commit to praying the Rosary everyday, which is the best
method of honoring Mary. We have many beautiful
rosaries and wonderful reading materials relating to
Mary and the rosary, both for adults and children as well
as some great CD's for meditating on the mysteries of the
rosary.
The Metro Dining Cards will be available for purchase
in gift shop until the end of October. You will be able to
pick them up after Friday morning Mass, before and after
Saturday evening Mass and before and after all Sunday
morning Masses. The cards are also available in the parish office during the week.
Be sure to stop in at our booth during the Parish Connection Fair on October 25th & 26th after the Saturday evening Mass and Sunday morning Masses. We look forward to visiting with you and answer any questions you
may have about the gift shop and the Ladies Auxiliary.
God bless
The Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary
Turkey Bingo Returns!!
Mark your calendars!
Save the date!!
Mark your calendars and save the date to join Fr. Paul
Shovelain for an evening of Turkey Bingo on Saturday,
November 15th. This is a fundraiser for the youth programs here at Saint Peter, with funds benefiting all youth
preschool –grade 12. Watch the bulletin for more information soon!
PARISH AND COMMUNITY
THIS WEEK’S EVENTS
Monday, October 13
Thursday, October 16
Tuesday, October 14
Friday, October 17
8:00 am Red Cross Blood Drive
8:30 am Daily Mass / Confessions
for Dorothy P. Nagle †
6:30 pm Faith / Works
7:00 pm RCIA
8:30 am Daily Mass / NO Confessions
for Bernie Daninger †
9:30 am Women’s Bible Study
2:30 pm 9-12 Grade Youth Open House
5:00 pm Multiple Choir Rehearsals
5:30 pm NET Formation Prep
6:00 pm Adult Bible Study
6:00 pm Intercessors & Prayer Team
6:30 pm School Advisory Meeting
Wednesday, October 15
8:30 am Daily Mass / Confessions
for Andy & Carrie Peltier
and Family
No School—MEA
8:30 am Daily Mass / Confessions
for Tim & Theresa Duffy
6:00 pm Widow/Widower’s Group
7:00 pm New Member Orientation
No School—MEA
8:30 am Daily Mass / Confessions
for Lisa LaCasse
8:30 am CORE Team Retreat
1:00 pm Young @ Heart
Sunday, October 19
8:00 am Sunday Mass
for the Family of Hank &
Nancy Wallraff
9:15 am RCIC
9:30 am Sunday Mass
for June Bodin †
11:00 am Sunday Mass
for Harold & Mary
Simonson †
5:30 pm Sunday Mass
for the People of the Parish
12:15 pm Baptism
Saturday, October 18
7:00 am Men’s Bible Study
8:30 am Daily Mass / Confessions
for Rev. George Wertin †
9:30 am Little Flowers
3:30 pm Confessions
5:00 pm Anticipatory Sunday Mass
for Blanche Maurer †
Discerning A Call To The Priesthood?
Cathedral Called and Gifted
Operation Andrew, a program sponsored by the Office
of Vocations, is an opportunity for young men to attend a
dinner with Archbishop John C. Nienstedt where they
can hear vocation testimonials on the priesthood and religious life. We invite any young men, ages 16-35 from our
parish, to attend this dinner.
The Called & Gifted™ Discernment Process is a program
developed by the Catherine of Siena Institute in 1993.
Please RSVP to Anita at 651-982-2201 by October 28.
The dinner will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014,
from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Archbishop’s residence.
Called & Gifted is a three-part discernment process
intended to help ordinary lay Catholics in the average
parish discern their charisms. Charisms, or spiritual
gifts, are special abilities given to all baptized Christians
by the Holy Spirit to give them the power both to represent Christ and to be a channel of God’s goodness for
people (see Catechism of the Catholic Church, 798801). The Called & Gifted process presumes no knowledge of the gifts or background in discernment.
October 18, 2014
Open House
Totino-Grace High School will be holding an Open
House for 7th and 8th graders (and all other prospective
students) and their parents on Monday, October 20.
Doors Open at 6:30 pm with the presentation beginning
at 7:00 pm.
Come find out what makes Totino-Grace such a special
place.
To RSVP online, go to the Admissions page
at totinograce.org. If you have any questions please call
T.J. Paal at 763-586-6314 or visit totinograce.org
St. Charles Borromeo, Doran Hall,
2739 Stinson Boulevard, St. Anthony, MN 55418
This is a one-day workshop. Register on-line at
https://stchb.weshareonline.org/ws/opportunities/
CalledandGifted
The fee is $85.00.
SCHOOL AND FAITH FORMATION
SaintPeter’sCatholicSchool
A foundation of faith and academic excellence
www.school.stpeterfl.org / 651-982-2215
“We, at St. Peter’s Catholic School, in a faith centered environment, strive to nurture the spirit, mind and body of every child, so
that each may pursue life’s journeys with the heart and mind of Jesus.”
School Marathon
Marathon Goal: $50,000
Pledges to Date: $45,131.51
Thank you to all who participated in and contributed to the school Marathon which was held on Saturday, October 5th.
The Marathon is not only an event to celebrate and raise awareness of our Catholic school, but is also essential in supporting the operating costs of the school. If you would like to support the school with a pledge, please mail or drop off
your pledge at the parish or school office.
Favorite Father Fundraiser results to date: Father Bodin $3,370.53 and Father Paul $2,949.40
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the "Favorite Father" Fundraiser so far. There’s still time to turn in your
pledge, so pick your "Favorite Father" and help out our parish school. Pledges can be mailed or dropped off at the parish or school office. Thank you for your generosity!
Thank You Marathon Sponsors!
BLT Services, Inc.
Forest Lake Cycle & Skate
McDonald’s
Twin Cities Osteo Relief Institute
Culligan
Kwik Trip
Minnesota Zoo
YMCA Chain of Lakes
Donald’s Uniform
Mattson Funeral Home
Thompson Lightning Protection, Inc.
Substitutes Needed
 Extended Day Program - Classroom Aides and Teachers
Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten through Grade 6 Teachers
The minimum requirement is 18 years old; however the qualifications vary based on the position.
If you are interested in a substitute position at St. Peter’s Catholic School, please contact Principal Mike Conway, 651982-2214 or [email protected]
Exploring Our Faith: Sacraments—Adult Faith Formation
St. Peter Catholic Church invites you to attend Exploring Our Faith: Sacraments,
We gather each Thursday evening at 7:00-8:30 pm in St. Peter’s Hall.
The focus for this year is the Sacraments. We will use the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church
as our guide. The weekly sessions include learning, Q&A, discussion, fellowship and, of course, some treats.
These gatherings are open to all parishioners and other interested individuals.
~ No previous study of the Catechism is necessary or assumed. We are all here to learn. Beginners welcome!!
~ Weekly attendance is NOT required. Come as you may. We have regulars as well as some that attend when their
calendar allows.
~ Child Care is available.
Check us out at the parish website (www.stpeterfl.org). Go to the Parish Life section at the top of the page, and click on
Exploring our Faith. You will see our weekly progress, and where we are heading the next week.
If you have any questions or would like child care services, contact Sue Fast at 651-982-2238 or [email protected]
Please join us as we increase our faith and love for God together.
HERE
AT
ST. PETER
GIFTS TO GOD
WEBSITES
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
FOLLOWING WEEKDAY MASS
SATURDAYS AT 3:30-4:30 PM,
PARISH
WWW.STPETERFL.ORG
SCHOOL
WWW.SCHOOL.STPETERFL.ORG
OR BY APPOINTMENT
SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING
TO SCHEDULE, PLEASE CALL THE PASTORAL
CARE OFFICE OR THE EMERGENCY PAGER FOR
OFFICE HOURS
MONDAY-FRIDAY 9:00 - 4:30
AFTER HOUR EMERGENCIES
MASS SCHEDULE
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
PLEASE CALL THE PARISH OFFICE ONE YEAR IN
WEEKEND
SATURDAY 5:00 PM
SUNDAY 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 AM &
(5:30 PM SEPT—MAY ONLY)
ADVANCE TO BEGIN THE MARRIAGE PROGRAM
Weekend of: 10/05/14
Envelopes ............................ $16,485.44
Plate ....................................... $7,131.14
Online Giving ....................... $1,810.00
ACH ....................................... $7,580.50
Total Collection ................. $33,007.08
Budgeted this Week .......... $28,036.29
Difference ............................ $4,970.79
Budgeted YTD* ................ $329,508.12
Collected YTD* ................. $293,109.89
Variance ............................. $-36,398.23
AND TO SCHEDULE THE WEDDING
WEEKDAY
MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM
ADDITIONAL SERVICES
HOSPITALIZED/HOMEBOUND
THE SICK AND HOMEBOUND OF THE PARISH
MAY ARRANGE TO RECEIVE HOLY COMMUN-
24 HOUR PRAYER CHAIN
651-462-0221 OR 651-464-6164
ION BY CALLING THE PARISH OFFICE
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
TWICE PER MONTH. PLEASE CALL THE PARISH
OFFICE TO SCHEDULE BAPTISM PREPARATION
CLASS AND BAPTISM
SUNDAY 9:30 MASS BROADCAST
LATV CABLE CHANNEL 10
THURSDAYS 7:00 PM
AND FRIDAY 11:00 AM
Building Fund ...................... $2,531.21
Cemetery .................................... $35.00
Seminary .................................... $35.00
*Calculations based on fiscal year
Thank you for your generosity!
NOTE: If you give electronically and
would like envelopes to place in the
Sunday Collection Basket, please
contact the parish office.
PIANO LESSONS
Bruce Nolden (Parishioner)
• 21 Yrs. Teaching Experience
• Masters Degree in Piano Pedagogy
“Forest Lake’s Hometown Funeral Home” • MMTA Member
651-464-4422
RobertsFamilyFH.com
651-464-8428
Forest Lake Location
Owner
Scott Rangitsch
21438 Forest Blvd N • Forest Lake, MN 55025
Phone (651) 464-4540 • Fax (651) 464-8650
www.tiredironcollision.com
Bill Neumann, Agent
2126 2nd St.
White Bear Lake
651-426-6633
E.J. HOULE, INC.
Houle’s Feed - Wild Birdseed
Dog Foods, Horsefeed, Grain
Quality - Service - Dependability
55 SW 2nd Street
651-464-3326
Compliments of Jesse Johnson “Where your party begins.”
State Farm Agent
(651) 464-7227
Top Brands ~ Bottom Prices
651-464-7130
1107 So. Lake St.
Forest Lake
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Confidential Counseling/STD Info
651.464.4340
840 W. Broadway Ave., Ste. 100
Forest Lake, MN
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-566-6170
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WIENS, LTD.
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651-464-1110
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BURNET
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651.464.5600
Forest Lake, MN 55025
TIM GARRY
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• Access
& Carey
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7 Days/Wk.
James P. Carey
LONG TERM DISCOUNTS
• Laser
Attorney, Parishioner
Security Access Wrongful Death • Personal Injury 24 HOUR ACCESS & SECURITY CAMERAS
(651) 464-2361
(612) 333-9750
• Secured
407 SW 15 St. • F.L. Industrial Park
901 Marquette Ave., Ste. 500
Fenced Area
www.forestlakeministorage.com
Mpls., MN 55402
www.freewayministorage.com
BirchwoodSeniorLiving.com
Helping Seniors since 1964!
Residential, Commercial, Additions
Andy
Carroll Jr.
(651) 466-0229
(651) 464-7741
ATTORNEY AT LAW
BUCKLEY & JENSEN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
[email protected]
1257 GUN CLUB ROAD
WHITE BEAR LAKE, MINNESOTA 55110
(651) 486-7475
FAX (651) 486-7468
FOREST LAKE
SANITATION
• EVENTS
• FAMILIES
• PORTRAITS
• WEDDINGS
“Local Hauler for Over 40 Years”
651-464-2321
Containers Provided
could
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this
space!
651-274-3271
MUSIC
LESSONS
Consider
Remembering
Your Parish in
Your Will.
-Certified Music Teacher
-Certified Piano Tuning & Repair
Jerry Scanlon
For further information,
please call the Parish Office.
651-464-5649
Larry Bulinski
(651) 247-4076
1155 W. Broadway
651-464-3270
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Insurance and Financial Services Agent
7029 20 Ave. S., Centerville, MN 55038
NEW LOCATION
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Quality Service & Installation Since 1974
Innovative Machining, Inc.
568 N. Lake Street
Business/Shop/Fax
651-464-1253
Cell: 651-329-6435
Precision Vertical Machining
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ROLSETH
CARTER’S
DRUG
JEWELRY & GIFTS
464-2114 “Celebrating over 55 years of Service”
Jewelry & Watch Repair • Batteries Replaced
WYOMING 651-464-3378 • Forest Lake, MN
DRUG
Bob & Mary Carter - Parishioners
462-3131
“Please mention ad when calling”
508 S. Lake St.
Forest Lake
1650 South Lake St.
Forest Lake, MN 55025
651.464.2880
www.centralbnk.com
651-464-4997
Buy 1 Sandwich, Get 1 Free
(with the purchase of a drink)
You deserve a better bagel.
Code SIP
Bob
Ebertz
Parishioner
COMPLETE
COLLISION REPAIR
651.464.6477
www.billsautobodymn.com
651-955-1594 1 mile N. of Forest Lake on Hwy. 8
• Retaining Walls • Paver Patios
• Decorative Rock • Sod • Mulch
• Concrete • Footings
• Additions • Restorations
• Commercial Snow Removal
• Grading and Excavating
HUGO PLUMBING
WELL PUMP SERVICE
Hometown Friendly Service
“Computer Wheel Balancing”
Expert Tire Repair
Tom Thill • 651-433-4866
New Construction • Remodels
Hot Water Heat & Heaters
• Drain Cleaning • Disposals
308 N. Lake St.
651-464-2245
651-464-4371
www.lagrandesalon.com
651-464-0066
*Next to Pizza Hut*
www.thomcocarpet.com
REUB’S TIRE
SHOP, INC.
“On Forest Lake”
JNT LANDSCAPING
Carpet
Hardwood
Laminate
Ceramic
Hunter Douglas
Blinds
651-464-2405
Fax: 651-762-7813
[email protected]
651-395-2400
651-464-2887
Parrot Ice-Shakes
255 Hwy 97
http://larrybulinski.edinarealty.com Across From High School
Phone: 651-762-7801
Ervin G. Savord D.D.S.
(651) 982-6575
Not valid on holidays or other offers
55 So. Lake St.
255 Hwy 97
Across From Forest Lake High School Forest Lake
Parishioners
MARY JO JENSEN-CARTER
612-963-0674
$5 OFF
One Sunday Brunch
when one purchased
at regular price
Jesus
A to Z
Michael O’Neill McGrath, OSFS
A colorful Catholic ABC
book for kids and
families! Includes a glossary of questions
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