Immaculate Conception Church of the “God’s People Sharing God’s Word” 2300 Church Road

Church of the
Immaculate Conception
“God’s People Sharing God’s Word”
2300 Church Road
Arnold, Missouri 63010
636-321-0002
Fax. 636-321-0004
www.icarnold.org
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Most Rev. Robert Carlson
Archbishop of St. Louis
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Rev. Larry Huber
Pastor, Ext. 1, 14
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Padre Ricardo Vogt, S.J.
314-633-4463
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Mr. Joseph Streckfuss
Deacon, Ext. 1, 57
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Mr. Steven Schisler
Deacon, Ext. 1, 55
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Mr. Brad Buchek
Deacon
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Mr. Don Walker
Deacon
Immaculate Conception Parish
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God’s People sharing God’s Word in Jefferson County since 1840
PARISH PRIEST
Reverend Larry Huber, Pastor
636-321-0002, ext 1-14
E-mail [email protected]
PARISH OFFICE
Office Hours: Tuesday thru Friday: 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Monday, Saturday and Sunday the Office is Closed
Rental Information
636-321-0002, ext. 1,10; FAX: 636-321-0004
E-mail: [email protected]
PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION
Tuesday and Wednesday, 6:30-7:45 pm
Mary Winkelmann, Coordinator 636-321-0002, ext. 1,74
[email protected]
PARISH WEBSITE www.icarnold.org
CHILDREN’S LITURGY PROGRAM
Open to children ages 2 through the 2nd grade.
Sundays, during 11:00 AM Mass
Sarah Wise, 636-321-0002 ext 1-30
PARISH CENTER
636-321-0002, ext. 2, 3.
PARISH BOOKKEEPER
Julie Cronin 636-321-0002, ext 1-11
PARISH BULLETIN E-mail [email protected]
HOLY CHILD SCHOOL
Mr. Dwight Elmore, Principal
636-321-0002, ext. 1,20
[email protected]
Certificate Program (636) 321-0002 ext. 1,27.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY 636-321-0002, ext. 6
TENDER LOVING CARE
PARISH COUNCIL (Fourth Wednesday, 7:30 PM)
Angel Weldele @636-343-4310
Mark Howell (Chairman), Roger Owensby, Elmer Yung,
Meals for sick or recovering and
Cathy Fugina, Kelly Weinrich, Betty Kutilek, Kevin Engle,
rides to church or doctors,
Charlie Arriaga, Letty DiMariano, Meghan Swaller,
Vince Selders, Kusal Mihindukulasuriya..
CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST
THE LORD’S DAY
5:00 PM Saturday
7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM Sunday
12:30 PM, Spanish Mass
WEEKDAYS
Monday through Saturday, 8:00 AM
CONFESSIONS
Friday, 7:15 to 7:45 AM
Saturday, 4:00 to 4:45 PM, or by appointment.
MORNING PRAYER and COMMUNION SERVICE
Monday—Friday, 6:30 AM
DEVOTIONS TO OUR MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP
Tuesday, just before the 8:00 AM Mass
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
ROSARY Tuesday and Saturday after 8:00 AM Mass and
Church open by appointment daily for prayer.
Sunday, 6:30 and 8:30 AM
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on the First Friday
of each month, from 8:30 AM until 5:45 PM, concluding
PRAYER GROUP
with Benediction.
Renewal Prayer Group - Every Wednesday - 7:30 PM,
Parish Center
BAPTISM OF CHILDREN
First and Third Sundays of the month at 2:00 PM or by appointment. Parents are required to attend one preparation
meeting, on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM in the Parish Center. Parents should be registered in the
parish. Godparents must be at least 16 years old and baptized, confirmed, practicing Catholics.
MARRIAGE
To allow sufficient time for marriage preparation, at least six months’ advance notice is required. Contact the Parish
Office to schedule a planning meeting with a priest
HOLY ORDERS and CONSECRATED (RELIGIOUS) LIFE
Have you considered serving God’s people as a priest, deacon, brother or sister? For more information, call the
Rectory or the Archdiocesan Office of Vocations at 314-792-6460.
PASTORAL CARE OF THE SICK: ANOINTING and HOLY COMMUNION
The Sacrament of Anointing is for anyone seriously ill or anticipating surgery. It is available after any Sunday Mass or
by appointment with one of the priests. Holy Communion will be brought on Sundays to anyone who is unable to
come to Church; call the Rectory Office (ext. 1,10).
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I would like to thank all those who helped make our parish mission a spiritual success for our parish.
Last February, the parish mission committee was formed. Throughout the months leading to our
September mission, this committee did a great job of organizing the help of many parishioners and
addressing the many details that go into a parish mission. Most parish missions would consider it
successful if the church is half full. When you add up the number of people who attended both weeks of
our parish mission, the church was three quarters full each day. One of the committee members believes
that there were around 150 parishioners volunteering for the mission in one way or another. A number of
parishioners told me how much they enjoyed attending the mission. There is no sure way to measure the
success of a parish mission. However, the large number of people who volunteered and attended the
mission seems to indicate a huge success. Over the next months and years, I believe that the Graces
generated from this parish mission will have a profound effect on our parish and the surrounding area.
Speaking of God’s Graces, they were certainly flowing a week and a half ago during our grandparent’s
day at Holy Child grade school. Because we had four hundred grandparents who signed up to visit their
grandchildren at Holy Child that day, we could not use the church for the Mass Celebration. As a result,
there were a number of grade school families at the gym the night before grandparent’s day setting up for
the Mass Celebration. We also had a number of our grade school parents working the different stations
during the entire morning of grandparent’s day. By all accounts, it was a hugely successful day for the
Holy Child community. Like our parish mission, I would like to thank all of those who were involved in
making this event such a great PR occasion for Holy Child grade school. With so many young parents
involved in our grade school, the future is very bright for our grade school.
Fr. Huber
“Prayer is not a monologue, but a dialogue; God's voice is the most essential part.
Listening to God's voice is the secret of the assurance that he will listen to mine.” Andrew Murray
Resolutions for Stewards
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“Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s.”
- Matthew 22:21
Everything we are and everything we have belongs to God. We aren’t “owners” of anything, we are merely
“stewards” of the gifts God has given each of us. All God is asking is that we give back a portion of what He
gave us. This is the essence of Stewardship. God should be our first priority in everything. All else comes
second.
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General Fund
Parish Improvements
Loose Cash
$
$
$
10,527.50
310.00
728.75
Holy Child Tuition Assistance
St. Vincent de Paul
Votive Candles
New Church Sign
$
$
$
$
100.00
570.00
95.81
71.00
Others
$
110.75
$
12,513.81
October 12, 2014:
673 Envelopes distributed
225 Envelopes in collection
41 0nline Envelopes
2 Youth Envelopes
“In an unfair world, we must act justly. In a harsh
world, we must be merciful. In a proud world, we
must walk humbly with God.”
Scripture Union USA
MANY THANKS
IC Lectors:
Lector Meeting
Tuesday November 18th
7:00 pm in Church
Existing lectors are encouraged to attend and those
interested in becoming a lector for IC are invited.
We do have openings on the lector schedule, so if
you are considering becoming a lector, this is an
opportune time to find out more.
If you have any questions, please call Joe Herman
314-712-1941 or Hollie Strawn 636 575-3201.
On behalf of the Redemptorist Liguori Mission
Preaching Team, thank you for your generous free
will contributions totaling $2,345 for mission week 1
and $2,179.76 for mission week 2. Your
contributions will be used for the continuation of
preaching parish missions, especially to smaller and
rural parishes. Again, a BIG THANKS to all who
worked on and attended the missions. Through the
intercession of our Mother of Perpetual Help, may
you keep the spirit of the mission alive. We
appreciate your continued prayers for our apostolic
endeavors. My next mission is at St. Dominic’s in
Holton, KS (October 11-16).
Reverends Peter Schavitz and Donald Willard,
C.Ss.R.
Website Sponsorships Available!
In the weeks ahead, our parish representative from Solutio, Inc., will be setting up the advertising for our
website for the year.
Please consider participating in this effort since the revenue from the ads is what makes the website
possible at no cost to the parish.
It’s a great way to get your name in front of the families in the parish. Advertisements may be purchased
for a business, family memorial, or you can sponsor an ad supporting Catholic Charities, Knights of
Columbus, Vocations, etc.
Please give these ideas some thought. We need and appreciate your help! If you are interested or just
curious as to prices and want more information, please contact 636.764.6706 or
[email protected]
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The Advent/Christmas Choir
will begin practicing Wed.,
Oct 29, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm in the
parish center. I really would
like to combine young voices
with "experienced" voices.
Therefore, all ages are invited to participate in this
year's Advent/Christmas Choir. This choir sings at
the 11:00 am Sunday mass throughout Advent,
the10:00 pm mass Christmas Eve, and the 11:00 am
mass Christmas Day. We only practice once a
week, so please consider participating this year.
Julie 636-296-5159.
VOTIVE CANDLE OFFERINGS
Please use the envelopes that are
provided for the candle offerings.
Thank You
“Come Catch the Fire”
It is a year-long series for young adults,
providing prayer, presentations, and praise
and worship will open Thursday, Nov. 13,
8-10 p.m., with “You Are Called? Are You
Listening?” Praise and 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 information, go to www.csjsl.org.
My deepest vocation is to be a witness to
the glimpses of God
I have been allowed to catch.
Henri Nouwen
October 19, 2014
Sharing Our Story...
Through Faith and Family
Women of the parish and community…you are
invited to bring your mother, sister, daughter and/or
friend and join us for mass and breakfast
immediately following. Sr. Cathy Doherty SSND
will lead us in our morning reflection. We hope
you will take this time to share the morning with us
and get to know other women of faith.
Saturday, November 8, 2014
Mass: 8:00 am
Breakfast: Immediately following
Presentation: 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Reservations appreciated:
314-608-3176 or [email protected]
No charge--love basket offering available.
The Cub Scouts will be lighting the candles on Nov.
1st in anticipation of All Souls’ Day on Nov. 2nd.
Please remove any grave decorations that you wish
to keep before that weekend as they will be cleaning
the cemetery Thank You.
IC Gardeners!
Mulching Day
Saturday, October 25,
starting at 8:00 am.
Weather Permitting
Gardeners please clean up your gardens prior to
mulching day. All Parishioners are invited to participate.
We always need help on this day. I am hoping that new
gardeners and willing parishioners will come and work
with us. Lunch will be served. If interested, call Joan
Steele, 636-296-7377. Thanks!
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Daily Scripture Readings
Reading God's Word is a handy
resource for anyone needing ready
access to the daily and Sunday
Scripture Readings. Ideal for lectors to
use for preparation for proclaiming Scripture at Mass,
for classroom teachers in preparing for school
liturgies, for prayer, study and reflection. Please
pickup an envelope in the back of church to place an
order for this book. Return the envelope to the
Rectory or place it in the collection basket. Cost of
each book is $13.00. Please make checks payable to
Immaculate Conception.
Books have arrived and are in the rectory and may be
picked up daily from 8:30 am - 3:30pm.
National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows
The Francis Revolution:
The Papacy at the One-Year Mark
with John Allen
Saturday, November 1, 9:00 am - Noon
Throughout his public life, Pope Francis has been noted
for his humility, his concern for the poor and his commitment to dialogue as a way to build bridges between people
of all backgrounds, beliefs and faiths. Join us as John Allen, author and reporter for the Vatican, talks about Pope
Francis’ first year in the papacy.
Cost: $25 For more information, call 618-397-6700 ext.
6270. snows.org/programs
PRIMETIMERS
We are going on a hayride on October
27th at Stuckmeyers. It starts at 6:00 pm.
If you haven't signed up and wish to,
please call Carol know at
464-8799. Also remember to bring a long fork to
roast your hot dogs. The meal will be provided, but
we do need desserts, finger food types.
In November, we will be having our chili cook-off
and then we will play "Rob your Neighbor." We
need chili makers. If you are willing to bring chili
that would be great. We would appreciate
it if you let Carole at 464-8799 or
Dianne at 282-2116 know if you plan to bring chili.
Hope to see you all at the hayride
October 19, 2014
Little Sisters of the Poor
9th Annual Trivia Night/ Silent Auction
Nov. 7, 2014
Our Lady of the Pillar’s Parish Life Center at 401 S.
Lindbergh Blvd, Creve Coeur, MO 63131.
Doors open at 6:00 pm; play begins at 7:00 pm. Veteran
broadcaster and KMOX Radio Personality Johnny Rabbitt
will be our host. This fun event includes a Silent Auction,
attendance prizes, and cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd
place. Snacks, beer, wine and soda will be provided.
You may bring your own food/snacks as well.
$200 reserves a table for up to 10 players. Advance registration is recommended.
For registration or more information, call 314-421-6022
or visit their website at
www.littlesistersofthepoorstlouis.org (click on
“Donations”).
All proceeds will benefit the Little Sisters of the Poor- St.
Louis Residence for the low-income elderly in their care.
3225 North Florissant Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63107
Ph: 314-421-6022 x 305
Website: www.littlesistersofthepoorstlouis.org
BEGINNING AGAIN OF SOUTH COUNTY
CATHOLIC CHURCHES
Is sponsoring an Annulment Information Seminar,
presented by Sr. Donna Fischer, SSND,
on Sunday, Nov. 16th, 6:00-800pm at
Mary Mother of the Church, 5901 Kerth Rd,
in classroom below the church.
She will share her knowledge and provide an opportunity
for questions. There is no charge. For further information
call314-894-1373.
HEALING MASS FOR THE
SEPARATED AND DIVORCED
Offered by Beginning Again of South County,
Sunday, Dec. 7th,
6:00 pm at Mary Mother of the Church
This is a Sunday Mass. Social to follow.
For further information
call Linda 314-846-9730 or Gail 314-843-5616.
CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR
" St. Joseph Catholic School in Imperial is hosting its
9th annual St. Joseph Craft and Vendor Fair to be
held Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 9:00 am to
4:00 pm. We are currently seeking crafters and vendors to participate in the fair. Registration fee is
$40.00. Please contact Carolyn Swarm
at [email protected] for further details. "
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Immaculate Conception
Parish School of Religion
Our eighth grade Confirmation students and
their parents will meet this Thursday, October 23rd
at 6:30 PM in Church. Please keep our eighth
graders of the Parish in your prayers as they
continue to prepare for the reception of the
sacrament of Confirmation
Mary Winkelmann, Coordinator
636-321-0002, ext. 1,74
[email protected]
JCYM September Schedule
Junior High Meetings
Youth 6th-8th Grade
Meet the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the Month
6:00-8:00 PM in the Youth Center.
High School Meetings
Youth 9th-12th Grade
Meet the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the Month
5:30-8:00 PM in the Youth Center.
*The JCYM Youth Center is the building just left of the
Immaculate Conception Church.
Its that time of year again to start preparing for our
annual trip to Washington DC to march for life!!
JCYM will be heading to DC on January 19th. This
is a retreat experience open to eighth grade students
and High School students who are members of IC or
St. David parishes and or attend the JCYM youth
group. You will be able to get your registration and
information packets in the back of the churches or at
the youth center at IC.
If you have any questions call Sarah Wise at (636)
321-0001 ext. 30
or email [email protected]
Recap of Week 7
October 17th marks the official end of the 1st quarter. If you
have not already done so, you should notice that the Fast
Direct on-line grade book is temporarily closed to parental
viewing. This is because the teachers are busy finalizing
student scores and importing their final grades to the report
cards. Once they submit the reports to the office for my
perusal, I will look them over and then re-open Fast Direct to
parental viewing the on-line grade book. A wonderful 1st
quarter was capped with last weeks Grandparent’s Day
celebration. I would like to thank our students, teachers and
parent volunteers for all that they did to make this day so
special.
Our Middle School parents in grades 6 & 8 attended two very
important meetings on Monday evening. Sixth grade parents
attended the 6th Grade Coalition to discuss those awkward teen
years that their children are going through at school/home. The
eighth grade parents attended the Right Start informational
meeting at Our Lady in Festus. This meeting outlined the
Archdiocesan sanctioned program that the 8th graders will take
part in this year. Dr. Karen Tichy, Associate Superintendant of
Special Education/Curriculum Development, came to Holy
Child to assist our CARE Team in meeting the needs of
children with special needs. This was an especially informative
meeting that is sure to pay big dividends as we move forward
in our goal to assist all children in their pursuit of knowledge.
Grades K-8 were instructed personal boundaries through the
Safe Touch program by the director of the Safe Environment
Program, Mrs. Sara Wise. Lastly, our awesome eighth graders
are preparing to play an integral part in tomorrow nights
annual IC/Holy Child Dinner Auction. **Note** Don’t forget
about the all school Mass tomorrow at 5:00 pm.
Immaculate Conception-Holy Child Dinner Auction
The annual Dinner Auction will be held in the Parish Center
tomorrow night, Saturday, October 18th. As of 10-07-14, this
event is SOLD OUT! An awesome evening of fun will begin
with a Holy Child School Mass at 5:00 pm. All students are
encouraged to attend and help celebrate the Saturday evening
Liturgy with song and prayer. The 8th grade students typically
help set the Auction up. We are in of need one 8th grade parent
to volunteer to 'supervise' the 8th graders, to help keep them on
top of their game that night. Someone who has good rapport
with the kids would be great. More information will soon be
forthcoming.
**Attention Parents of 8th Grade** Confirmation Meeting
There will be a Parent/Child Confirmation Meeting on
Thursday, October 23rd at 6:30 pm.
HC TRUNK –or-TREAT
Mark your calendars folks! The HC Trunk-or-Treat will be
held next Saturday, October 25th starting at 6:00 pm. Please
remember to send in those treats for this evenings festivities!
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Pro Life
Retreats that bring Peace and Hope
IL Ritiro Franciscan Retreat Center in Dittmer, MO
Journeying with Christ on Oct. 24 7:00 pm ~ Oct. 26
11:00 am is planned for caregivers, spiritual directors
and people dealing with various addictions: smoking,
eating disorders and alcoholic challenges.
Embracing the Mystery on Nov. 14 7:00 pm ~ Nov.
16 11:00 am is planned for people dealing with cancer
issues, their caregivers, spiritual directors.
Both retreats include prayer, presentations, sharing and
time for quiet and walking the trails."
IL Ritiro Franciscan Retreat Center
website: www. il-ritiro.org
call: 636-274-0554
email: [email protected]
Separated, Divorced, Widowed?
Our support group (Care & Share)
meets every Sunday at 6:00 pm,
Sacred Heart Parish, Rectory
Basement, 555 Bailey Road, Crystal City, MO. Arise
Ministry of Jefferson County - Contact Carol 314775-1253 for more information.
Parishes around the Archdiocese have begun a 40 day
prayer vigil that will last until November 2nd for an end
to abortion. St. David and Immaculate Conception parish will unite for prayer at the last freestanding abortion
mill in Missouri during 40 Days for Life. It is a prayerful, peaceful vigil outside of the very place where little
unborn humans are losing their lives. We pray for all
involved with the sin of abortion for their conversion and
healing. Come stand in prayer and peaceful witness to
the fact that all human life is sacred. One hour is all that
will be required of your time. We will stand on Wed.
October 29 from 7:00am – 1:00pm. Prayerfully consider
joining us. Signup sheet is on the radiator in back of
church or more info call Mary McMahan 296-1374.
This Weekend, Oct 11 & 12, Annual I.C. Baby Shower for
Birthright of Hillsboro. The playpen is in back of church
now to receive our baby gifts and cash donations which are
needed by Birthright to help women in crisis pregnancies and
their babies. Diapers, coats, jackets, clothing – up to 2T
needed. (No furniture, car seats, toys) This is an important
event; Hillsboro is a busy Birthright, covering 4 counties. The
dedicated workers and volunteers at Birthright work hard to
address the many needs of women who are “choosing”, or
trying to “choose”, life for their babies, and they have great
respect and concern for these courageous young mothers who
often face very desperate conditions if they don’t abort their
babies…alienation of families, loss of homes, some have no
resources at all. Like the Birthrights in St. Louis, Hillsboro
partners with maternity homes, and other pro-life resources to
help mothers and babies. The playpen will remain in back of
church all week through Sat. and Sun., Oct. 18 & 19. No
boxes for cash donations will be left after the last Mass on
Saturday or Sunday, or during the week. Sat, Nov. 1,
Birthright of Hillsboro will hold a dinner/speaker program
with silent auction/raffles; no oral auction this year. Doors
open, 5pm; Dinner at 6pm. Cost $35 per person. Cash Bar.
More info at 314-808-1389. The generous support for
Birthright from our parish is always greatly appreciated by
them. 40 Days For Life runs through Nov. 2, and it consists
of praying and fasting anytime, where ever you are, for an end
to abortion during this 40 day period. Also included is the
request that we become “prayer volunteers” outside the local
Planned Parenthood at the corner of Boyle and Forest Park
Blvd., St. Louis, for one or more hours on any day you
choose. You will join with others who are witnessing and
praying there and who are from parishes from Arnold or from
other parishes in our archdiocese. 40 Days For Life now
operates in many foreign countries. You can get updates and
info about 40 Days For Life at: www.40DaysForLife.Com/
St.Louis. Every 3rd Sat. of every month…Helpers of God’s
Precious Infants Mass at Cathedral Basilica, 8am, followed by
prayerful procession and rosary at Planned Parenthood. Oct.
18, Celebrant: Fr. Brian Fallon, Q.A.S. parish. Note: On the
same day the Missouri Congress overrode the governor’s veto
of pro-life legislation, 5 mothers going into Planned
Parenthood for abortions received information outside from
counselors which caused them to turn around and go across
the street to the mobile Pregnancy Resource Center for help
instead. Praying outside Planned Parenthood makes a
difference!
Oct. 26 – Archdiocesan Respect Life Convention, St.
Charles Convention Center. Luncheon Keynote Speaker is
Melissa Ohden, who survived a saline abortion. Many
interesting workshops and exhibits, which are free. Lunch and
Keynote, $50. Mass at 9:30 am. More info and tickets: 314792-7555. March for Life, Wash, D.C., Jan. 22, 2015 – Bus
trips, lodging options being organized now by archdiocese
R.L.A. Info at 314-792-7451 or [email protected]
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Church Calendar
Mass Intentions
Monday, October 20
6:30 am Morning Prayer and Communion Service
8:00 am Mass
Tuesday, October 21
6:30 am Morning Prayer and Communion Service
8:00 am Mass Grades K - 3
Wednesday, October 22
6:30 am Morning Prayer and Communion Service
8:00 am Mass Grades 4 - 8
Thursday, October 23
6:30 am Morning Prayer and Communion Service
8:00 am Mass
6:30 pm Confirmation Parent / Child Meeting
Friday, October 24
6:30 am Morning Prayer and Communion Service
7:15 am Confessions
8:00 am Mass All School
8:30 am Heavenly Dusters, Team # 2, Barb Abeyta,
Joyce Swaller, E. Webelhuth, Chris Hoelker
10:30 am Woodlands Nursing Home
Saturday, October 25
8:00 am Mass
4:00 pm Confessions
5:00 pm Mass
Monday, October 20
8:00 am
In memory of
Lawrence Jordan
Tuesday, October 21
8:00 am
In memory of
Suzanne Rakers
Wednesday, October 22
8:00 am
In memory of
Joan Guentz
Thursday, October 23
8:00 am
In memory of
LeRoy Long
Friday, October 24
8:00 am
In memory of
Dwight Elmore , Sr.
Saturday, October 25
8:00 am
All souls in Purgatory
5:00 pm
In memory of Alvin Burkard, Sr.
Sunday, October 26
7:00 am
In memory of
9:00 am
In memory of
11:00 am In memory of
12:30 pm In memory of
Kenneth Grabner
James Wichmer
Geraldine Reinschimdt
People of the Parish
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE
Liturgical Ministers October 25th and October 26th
Mass
Times
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
7:00 AM
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
12:30 PM
Presider
Fr. Huber
Fr. Huber
Fr. Huber
Fr. Huber
Redemptorist
Fr. Vogt
Deacon
Brad Buchek
Steve Schisler
Don Walker
Joe Streckfuss
Lectors
Matt Mayer
LaVerne Henzler
**Garett Burns
Brian Ott
Theresa Ott
**Stephen Schumacker
Duke Redd
Chris Fernandez
Hollie Strawn
Hollie Strawn
Michelle Wolk
Eucharistic
Ministers
Diane Sears
Lil Ryan
Janet Herman
Art Siebert
Mimi Siebert
Pat Hupfeld
Tonya Lee
Chris Terry
Velda Walker
Rosemary Leach
Stanley Leach
Joan Steele
Scott Eichholz
Servers
Kylie Murie
Madison Flamm
Sophia Mantia
Don Betz
Carole Betz
Shirley Betz
Tina Bartz
Anna Bartz
Marissa Wheeler
Brandon Anderson
Tori Arriaga
Abby Scheidt
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WEEKLY ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE
Parish Center / Gym / Youth Center
Monday, October 20
8:00 am 3:00 pm
3:00 pm 5:00 pm
3:00 pm 6:00 pm
5:00 pm 9:00 pm
6:00 pm 7:00 pm
6:00 pm 9:00 pm
7:00 pm 9:00 pm
7:00 pm 9:00 pm
7:00 pm 8:00 pm
7:00 pm 9:00 pm
Holy Child
Latchkey
Latchkey
Quilters
Cub Scout
Volleyball practice
AA Meeting
Boy Scouts
Small RCIA
Bereaved Support Group
B
Gym
A-1
Tuesday, October 21
8:00 am 3:00 pm
9:30 am 10:30 am
3:00 pm 5:00 pm
3:00 pm 6:00 pm
7:00 pm 9:00 pm
7:00 pm 9:00 pm
8:00 pm 9:30 pm
Holy Child
LOTW
Latchkey
Latchkey
Desafio Hispanic Community
RCIA
Volleyball Practice
B
YB
Gym
A-1
A-1
A-2
Gym
Wednesday, October 22
9:00 am 2:00 pm
Quilting
3:00 pm 5:00 pm
Latchkey
3:00 pm 6:00 pm
Latchkey
6:30 pm 8:00 pm
Bible Study
7:00 pm 9:00 pm
Parish Council
7:30 pm 9:00 pm
Renewal Prayer group
8:00 pm 9:30 pm
Volleyball Practice
A-3
Gym
B
A-1, A-2
E
D
Gym
A-1
B
D
A-1
Gym
Thursday, October 23
8:00 am 10:00 pm
9:30 am 10:30 am
3:00 pm 5:00 pm
3:00 pm 6:00 pm
6:00 pm 8:00 pm
6:00 pm 9:00 pm
7:00 pm 9:00 pm
7:00 pm 9:00 pm
8:00 pm 10:00 pm
Catechism
LOTW
Latchkey
Latchkey
Quilting
Volleyball Practice
AA Meeting
RCIA
LOTW
YC
YB
Gym
A-1
Friday, October 24
3:00 pm 5:00 pm
3:00 pm 6:00 pm
6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Latchkey
Latchkey
CYC Volleyball Games
Gym
A-1
Gym
Saturday, October 25
8:30 am 9:30am
9:00 am 1:00 pm
1:00 pm 10:30 pm
St. Vincent de Paul
CYC Volleyball Games
Trunk or Treat
D
Gym
Gym
Sunday, October 26
12:30 pm 5:00 pm
5:00 pm 6:00 pm
6:00 pm 8:00 pm
CYC Volleyball Games
Volleyball Practice
LOTW
Gym
Gym
D
Gym
B
D
A-3
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Hospitalized:
Recently Departed:
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David Bryant, Steve Dudak, Jeffrey Alan,
Nick Marty, Zach Brakefield-Bousquet
Please continue to pray for:
Chris Akers
Brenda Arriaga
Holly Bess
Patricia Bonnot
Janet Boyer
Ashley Breyfogle
Julie Casey
Charlie DeBoor
Fr. Jack Dempsey
Sue Douglas
Robert Garrison
Laura Glisson
Al Grossius
Marilyn Horton
John Johnson
Victoria Jones
Catherine King
Eleanor Klahs
Maggie Love
Greg Mayer
Mary Mayer
Kacey McFarland
Savanah Medlin
Arthur Mullins
Carolyn Novak
Gabriel Ott
Jeannie Parks
Thelma Pogorzelski
Yvonne Pierson
Cookie Prindiville
Joyce Rockwell
Joe Ruzicka
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Judith Smith
Al Unterreiner
Geraldine Voigtman
Henrietta Werkmeister
Helen Wiesehan
Victorine Weissenbach
Herman Westrich
Thelma Westrich
Sarah Wise
Jules Zimmermann
Irma Zimmermann
Dan Zmashenski
Peggy Zmashenski
Readings for the Week
Sunday:
Is 45:1, 4-6; Ps 96:1, 3-5, 7-10;
1 Thes 1:1-5b; Mt 22:15-21
Monday:
Eph 2:1-10; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 12:13-21
Tuesday:
Eph 2:12-22; Ps 85:9ab-14; Lk 12:35-38
Wednesday: Eph 3:2-12; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6;
Lk 12:39-48
Thursday: Eph 3:14-21; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 11-12, 18-19;
Lk 12:49-53
Friday:
Eph 4:1-6; Ps 24:1-4ab, 5-6; Lk 12:54-59
Saturday:
Eph 4:7-16; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 13:1-9
Sunday:
Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18:2-4, 47, 51;
1 Thes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
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