St. Robert Bellarmine Church St. Charles, MO 63303

St. Robert Bellarmine Church
St. Charles, MO 63303
October 19, 2014
Twenty-Ninth 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 20
8:00 AM Billy Crockett
Tuesday, October 21
8:00 AM Alice Boschert
2:00 PM Vocations
Wednesday, October 22
8:00 AM Don Krekeler
Thursday, October 23
8:00 AM Wilfred Post
Friday, October 24
8:00 AM David Reis
Saturday, October 25
8:00 AM Laverne Heck
5:00 PM Benedict Ardolino
Sunday, October 26
7:30 AM Pat Schone
9:30 AM People of the Parish
11:30 AM Sue Anglemyer
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 25/October 26
Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Eucharistic Ministers
Deacon Lonnie Weishaar/C, Carolyn Stuhlsatz/C,
Matt Pate/C, Phyllis Vance/C, Marsha Hoette/B
Deacon Lonnie Weishaar/C, Karen Schaffner/C,
Margaret Eikermann/B
Deacon Phil King/C, Vicki Grant/C, Judy Mahon/C,
Mary Waller/C, Judy Boul/B
Deacon Joe Meiergerd/C, Maureen Matz/C, Barb
Bizelli/C, Pat Witten/C, Eunice Cluny/B
Lectors
Valerie Dalton
Dave Guntli
Kevin Boul
Jeremy Simpson
Servers
Michael Bamert, Doug Hoette
Sharon Brader, Jan Guntli
Tyler McLaughlin, Braeden McLaughlin
Jan McArthur, Hank Powell
CALENDAR
LAST WEEK’S COLLECTIONS
Sunday Offering
$ 9,054.00
Our sincere thanks to those who so very generously
support St. Robert Bellarmine Parish.
ALTAR SOCIETY
Jan McArthur is in charge of the Altar and Sanctuary this
week, October 24 and 25.
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 24
Bingo starts at 6:30 PM. Doors open at 4:00 PM.
Floor: Team 6 Captain: Paul Rudberg/636-940-0131
Kitchen Set-up Team: Vohsen/Holbrook
Kitchen Serving Team: Team A
Bingo Cleaning Team: Team B
Bingo of Oct. 10 = $ 339.50
Kitchen = $ 397.00
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 24, 2014: C. Wamble, C.
Weishaar, M. Wentker, S. Wilke, J. Woerndle, B. Bizelli,
and V. Brockel. Thanks for your support of our Friday
Night Bingos!
DEVOTIONS
Recitation of the Rosary takes place every morning Monday through Saturday after the 8:00 AM Mass and on
Sunday mornings before the 7:30 AM Mass. Perpetual
Help devotions are held every Tuesday morning after the
8:00 AM Mass. Eucharistic Adoration is held every
Thursday from 8:30 AM—7:30 PM.
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. Hakenewerth 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/636-441-5476. Thanks in advance for your donations.
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Chili for the Homeless -- by 10:00 AM
RCIA -- 7:00 PM
St. Vincent de Paul Society -- 7:00 PM
Bingo -- 6:30 PM
CHILI FOR THE HOMELESS
To those who are cooking chili for the St. Patrick Center:
Your chili needs to be in the Rectory Meeting Room on
Monday, October 20, by 10:00 AM. Thank you!
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL SOCIETY
St. Vincent DePaul Society will hold their bi-monthly
meeting on Tuesday, October 21, at 7:00 PM, in the
Lounge. If you are interested in joining this ministry,
please plan to attend the meeting.
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL UPDATE
During September, we received 146 calls for various reasons. We directly helped 51 families (108 adults and
children). The balance of calls were properly attended.
Our expenses totaled $6,803, which included : Rent =
$1,232, Electric = $3,887, Gas = $1153, Water = $331,
Car Repair = $ 100, Disaster Relief = $ 100.
Thank you patrons, organizations, and those contributing
through the poor box. All are welcome to attend our
meetings held on the first and third Tuesday of the month
at 7:00 PM in the Teacher’s Lounge.
Prayer: For all those who are poor and destitute, may
we bring them our Lord’s love.
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE REPOSE
OF THE SOULS OF:
Jim Kleffner,
Brother of Tom Kleffner,
Edna Oakes, Parishioner
May they find everlasting peace and joy in Heaven.
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”.
CONFIRMATION STUDENTS
Please remember that Candidate Information Forms and
Sponsor Forms are due in the Religious Education Office by October 29.
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. Anyone in grades 8 through 12 is welcome to attend. Please consider joining us.
WORLD MISSION SUNDAY
Today is World Mission Sunday! We are invited today 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. Your prayers and generous gift
to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith in the collection today help the work of priests, religious and lay
leaders in Mongolia and throughout the Missions who
offer the poor practical help and the experience of God’s
love and mercy, His hope and peace. Please keep the
Missions in your daily prayers. Please be as generous
as you can to today’s collection. 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 19
TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN
ORDINARY TIME
(Lec. 145)
1) Isaiah 45: 1, 4-6
2) 1 Thessalonians 1: 1-5b
3) Matthew 22: 15-21
FOCUS: Jesus teaches us how to reconcile our earthly
commitments with our obligations to God. Jesus challenges us to examine how we demonstrate our fidelity to
Him while living in the world. Do worldly attachments or
loyalties get in the way of our being faithful to Jesus and
His teachings? Today’s readings show that there need
not be a conflict between fulfilling our civil obligations
and our obligations to God.
LITURGY OF THE WORD
The prophet Isaiah tells us that God uses even the pagan king, Cyrus, to do His will. Saint Paul gives thanks
for the Thessalonians, who live their faith in Christ with
total conviction. In the Gospel, Jesus disarms the Pharisees by telling them to give to Caesar what belongs to
him but give to God what belongs to God.
PRAYER CHAIN
Never underestimate the power of prayer. Prayer truly
changes things. God loves each one of us as if we were
the only person on earth. If you have a special intention,
and you would like us to join you in prayer, please call or
text Shirley at 636-734-2798 or email [email protected]
The St. Charles Friends of Birthright
Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Annual
ROSE GALA
SPEAK LIFE
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Old Hickory Golf Club
Cash Bar Opens 6:00 PM
Dinner 6:30 PM
Presentation of the Nell Kirchner Award
To Sam and Gloria Lee
Oral Auction and Raffles
Dance music by “Arion”
$75.00 per person
For Reservations: Sharon Clausner (636)947-0432
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.
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.
A CALL FOR PEACE IN OUR COMMUNITY -- ARCHBISHOP ROBERT J. CARLSON
By now, we should all realize that there is no going back to the status quo following the tragic shooting of Michael
Brown. Rightly so! The status quo was not good enough. This tragedy has left a community struggling to cope with
anger and frustration that it had repressed for many years. Now is our moment of truth. We can let the anger and frustration spill over in violence, and be repressed again. Or we can take the opportunity to break the cycle and address
the underlying issues that cause the anger and frustration.
But we need to keep in mind the issues here are bigger than Ferguson. They are as deep as the hold of sin on the
human heart and as broad as the solidarity of the entire human race. That means we will not be able to fix things
quickly. But we have to move forward. And it is not just Ferguson or the greater St. Louis metropolitan community, but
the entire country and the whole Church that needs to look at these issues.
Is it not a sad reality that we integrated professional baseball and schools a long time ago, but we have not integrated
everyone’s heart?
The sin of racism in our cities and our nation must be dealt with, but never with violence. There are small but vocal
groups currently threatening violence. I urge anyone who feels the desire to violently lash out to first pause and consider the potential consequences of their actions: Will violence make the situation right? Will it right the wrongs? Or
will it only make things worse? The unrelenting desire for revenge is a poison that seeps into our souls and can become contagious carrying with it a commitment to violence.
As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a
night already devoid of stars...Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” What’s the solution? For all of us to
be quick to apologize for our own faults, and as quick to forgive the faults of others as we want them to be in forgiving
ours.
We need to come together in prayer and dialogue to address the deeper underlying issues -- family breakdown, racial
profiling, quality education, abuses of authority, lack of gainful employment, fear of one another, mistrust of authority,
black on black violence, and white flight.
In God we are all one family and we need to call upon Christ the Prince of Peace in prayer to give us the strength to sit
down together as brothers and sisters.
So, let’s ask: what blueprint does God have in mind for us? And let’s remember that Christ gave us the blueprint: to
love God with all our heart and mind and soul and strength, and to love our neighbor as ourself. What that means for
us is that we must respect the dignity of each other. We show that respect by having a willingness to sit down together
and dialogue, by having the humility to admit our mistakes and say we are sorry, and by praying for one another -- yes,
praying! Praying that God fills our hearts with love for one another, removes the hate we have allowed to fester there,
and teaches us how to express our love in concrete ways.
It is no longer the time to ask “What would Jesus do?” It is time to ask “What is Jesus doing?” What Jesus is not doing
is adding violence to violence. Remember what he said to his disciples in the Gospel of Luke when they asked if they
should call down fire from Heaven to consume a town that didn’t welcome him? (Lk 9:54). He rebuked them. Jesus is
also not ignoring the problem and hoping it will go away! What Jesus is doing is pleading with us to listen to each other, respect each other, and help each other.
That’s the same Jesus who said: “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” Christ calls
us to promote peace, not provoke violence. Our Lord Himself suffered the most terrible of injustices, because although
incapable of doing wrong, He was nevertheless condemned to suffer and die on the cross. And when one of his disciples responded by lashing out in violence he said “Put away your sword!”
Inspired by the example of Christ, I fervently renew my call to everyone in Ferguson and the greater St. Louis community: be an instrument of peace amid the chaos! Work for calm in the turmoil!
If we depart from God’s blueprint, the fruit of our thoughts and actions will not be peace but its opposite -- force and
violence!
It’s time to turn to a different kind of power -- persuasion and service. It is the way of Gandhi and Blessed Teresa of
Calcutta. It is the way of the Lord who is filled with love and mercy. It is the way each of us should be. May the God
who suffered on the Cross fill us with love, and guide our thoughts and actions.
BASKETBALL SEASON IS COMING SOON!
SESR’s 2015 basketball registration is now open! 3rd
grade - High School league play and our 1st and 2nd
grade instructional league classes. Registration for
league play will be open until October 31st; after that
there will be a $25 late fee added. Our 1st and 2nd
grade instructional league will be open until December
31st. There are no games. We run this as if it were a
camp or clinic. It will be held on Saturday mornings in
Jan. and Feb. New this year, we will be using Sports
Sign up for our registration.
Go to https://
setonscene.sportssignupapp.com/Login to create
your account and get registered! You will still be able to
pay by sending in a check, or you may pay by credit card
with no added fees! For more info, contact Danielle at
[email protected] or call 314-401-3569.
DONATIONS NEEDED
A Toast for Technology is a fundraiser to raise money for
the school technology budget. We are looking for new
or like new items to include in silent auction baskets. If
you have an item or items to donate, please contact Ada
Hood/636-300-7516 or [email protected] or drop off
your donation at the St. Elizabeth/St. Robert Regional
School (#1 Seton Court, St. Charles, MO 63303, ATTN:
Ada Hood) or at the Hood residence (505 River Bend
Estates Dr., St. Charles, MO 63303). We need sports
items, hand-crafted items, small business items
(Pampered Chef, Thirty One, Stella & Dot, etc.), lottery
scratchoff tickets, wine, craft beer and spirits, etc.
Please submit your donations no later than Nov. 1st.
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 8:00 PM to
10:00 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, 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 info, go to www/csjsl.org.
BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE AND
ALL SOULS DAY MASS
All parishioners are invited to write the names of loved
ones who died during the past year in the Book of Remembrance located at the front of Church during the
month of November. Fr. Patrick Ryan and the St. Robert’s Bereavement Committee invite you and your family
to join us for the Feast of All Souls Mass at 9:30 AM on
Sunday, November 2, 2014. During the Mass, the
names of all those buried from St. Robert’s during the
past year will be read and the bell tolled for each. A candle with the name of each will be lit in their memory and
will burn in the Sanctuary for the next 7 days. All are
invited to a reception with refreshments, which will be
held in the parish hall immediately after Mass.
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Conclusion of First Quarter
Grades 2-5 attend presentation of ANNIE -Duchesne High School
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All-School All Saints Liturgy
27-31 Fall Break
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
EVERYTHING TO KNOW
ABOUT VETERANS BENEFITS
The Villages of St. Peters, 5400 Executive Centre Parkway, St. Peters, MO is presenting a seminar on Thursday, October 23rd from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM entitled
“Everything to Know about Veterans Benefits”. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP with Lori/314-4713757.
NEW SCHEDULES AVAILABLE SOON
Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors and Servers -- The new
schedule for November through January will be coming
out soon. An e-mail was sent last week asking you to
put in vacation dates or any changes to your profile. The
deadline for changes is Tuesday, October 21st. For
those without e-mail, please call Pat Witten/636-4473638 with your changes.
50TH ANNIVERSARY PHOTO MONTAGE
A slide show highlighting the day’s events is available to
enjoy on our website at www.strbellarmine.com. There
are also additional photos to be viewed in the vestibule
of church. Free DVD’s of the parish history are available
at the rectory. Please stop by to pick up your copy of
the DVD.
STEEPLE UPDATE
After checking into the possibility of a steeple on the
church, it was decided the roof would not support a steeple -- the wind being a big factor. Then a bell tower with
a steeple separate from the church was considered, and
the cost was far beyond our budget. Therefore, that
idea was also dropped. We would like to thank Mr. Dennis Orne of LePique & Orne Architects for his help and
professional opinion.
SPIRITUALITY WORKSHOP
Calling all men of the parish. We are hosting a spirituality workshop for all the men of the parish. The workshop
is being held here at St. Robert’s on Saturday, November 22nd from 9:00 AM to Noon. The workshop is being
led by Father Mitch Doyen. Father Doyen is currently
the Associate Pastor at Assumption Parish in O’Fallon,
Missouri. Fr. Doyen has devoted a great deal of his
Catholic ministry to inspiring men to enhance their spiritual experience with God. Father Doyen has titled this
workshop: Walking with men in Scripture finding our
way into the Heart of Christ. Father Doyen plans to
connect his life experience with the stories of Moses,
David, Elijah, Peter, and Paul. He will then invite all of
the men of our parish to make similar connections to
their own life stories. We are asking you to put aside
three hours of your time and come join us on Saturday,
November 22nd and enhance your spiritual experience
with God.
WHAT’S HAPPENING?
October 20 -- Sts. Joachim and Ann Men’s Club Chicken Dinner -- 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM -- in the cafeteria (lower
level behind the church) -- Cost -- Adults - $8, Children
(6 to 12) - $4, Under 6 - Free.
October 26 -- Immaculate Conception - Augusta -- All
You Can Eat Breakfast -- 8:00 AM to 12 Noon -- Cost -Adults - $8, Children (6 to 12) - $3.
October 26 -- Holy Rosary Church in Warrenton -- Annual Fall Dinner and Craft Show -- Serving Whole Hog Sausage and Turkey Dinner from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM -Cost -- Adults $10, Children (6-12) - $5, Under 5 - Free.
October 26 -- St. John the Baptist Church in Villa Ridge
-- 53rd Annual Sausage Festival -- Family-style meal
served from 10:30 AM to 6:00 PM -- Cost -- Adults -$14,
Children under 12 - $5, Preschool Children -- Free.
November 1 -- St. Barnabas Ladies Guild sponsoring a
Quilt Social -- 1400 North Main in O’Fallon, MO -- Doors
open at 10:30 AM -- Bingo starts at 12:00 Noon -- Refreshments will be served -- For more information, call
Gina Beach/636-240-4556.
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, Amy, Kyle Earnest, Kathy Dougherty, Bernadette
Cheatham, Jean Vaughn, Brandy Dunn, Delores Adams,
Kathy McNamee, Lynsey and Audry Aholt.
KENRICK-GLENNON SEMINARY
Kenrick-Glennon Seminary will host the annual Convivium Dinner Auction on Saturday, November 1st at the
Cedars in downtown St. Louis. If you would like to help
support the formation and education of our future priests,
please consider donating an auction item, providing a
monetary contribution, and/or attending the auction.
Your assistance will be accepted with the heartfelt thanks
of the seminary community. For more information,
please visit www.kenrick.edu/convivium or call/314-7927435.
“Although the Lord is calling us, he is not using a
cellular device.” Please remember to silence your
cell phones before entering church.
PROTECTING SENIORS NATIONWIDE
PUSH
• Skilled Nursing
• Rehabilitation Center
• Independent Living
Contact Social Services at
636-946-4140 ext. 107
www.mountcarmelliving.com
Have 401(k) questions?
Let’s talk.
TALK
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Sarah A. Smith, D.D.S., P.C.
Pediatric Dentist
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