29TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME • OCTOBER 19, 2014

29TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME • OCTOBER 19, 2014
As members of St. Dominic Catholic Parish, we commit ourselves
“To Seek Christ, Know Christ, and Become Christ,
Each One for the Sake of All.”
18255 WEST CAPITOL DRIVE • BROOKFIELD, WI 53045
Message from Our Pastor
Over the years, as Pastor of this
wonderful parish community, I have
personally experienced many of you as
having been very faithful in fulfilling
your stewardship of time, talent and
treasure responsibilities as dedicated,
committed members of our parish.
Conscious of your love for Jesus
Christ and his Church and the calling to
become intentional disciples of the
Lord; it becomes my annual pastoral
responsibility to ask each and every
adult member of our parish community
to help invest in providing the time and
talent needed, as well as underwrite
the cost involved in financing the
mission of our vibrant parish.
Together, we will present our
commitment forms at the foot of the
sacrificial altar of our Lord in the
sanctuary of our Church, as we
celebrate our annual Time, Talent and
Treasure Campaign Commitment
Weekend at all Masses, on October
25/26.
To be renewed, to be reawakened, to
restore trust, to be ignited in faith:
REVIVAL is the theme of our 2015
Stewardship Renewal and for our year
of mission and ministry at St. Dominic
Catholic Parish. There is power, a
mighty power, when together, we offer
our time, talent and treasure to help
build the Kingdom of God in our
surrounding neighborhoods. It is
through the power of the Holy Spirit,
that we are called to ignite our faith
and to burn with the fire that can’t be
contained!
~Father David H. Reith
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Joy of the Gospel
Evangelii Gaudium
Pope Francis’ Letter To The Church
Reading & Discussion Group
Thursdays at 7:00 pm
through 11/20/14
St. Dominic Marcy Center
Join our Teaching Parish Seminarian
Michael Thiel, in reading together and
discussing the Holy Father’s Apostolic
Exhortation. Find out what the Pope
actually says, not what the media reports.
Download a copy from our website,
stdominic.net, or purchase one at the
Marian Center and bring it along.
No homework required!
Mass Of Remembrance
Wednesday, November 5
6:30 pm
Please join us for a special Mass of
Remembrance on Wednesday,
November 5,
at 6:30 pm.
ALL
parishioners
who have
died within
the past year
will be
remembered
that night.
If you have
recently lost a loved one who was not
a member of the parish, or lost a baby
to miscarriage, and would like them
to be remembered at this celebration,
please call Susan McNeil at
262.781.3480.
Please join us for this special Mass.
All are welcome!
Update About Fr. Luke
Dear Members of our Parish Family,
We have been receiving
inquiries in reference to
news being shared about
health concerns for
Father Luke Strand.
Hopefully, this
information will be
helpful for you. Recently, both Father
Brad and I received a call from Father
Luke informing us that he had been
diagnosed with colon cancer. It has
been found early, and the medical team
and Father Luke are finalizing the
strategies and plans for medical
procedures to help ensure best
possible results for Father Luke.
What can we do for Father Luke? At
his request, it would be very reassuring
to add our prayers to the many being
offered for him, that God will send his
Holy Spirit to help guide the medical
personnel working with him to
maximize results in the short term and
beyond. May the Holy Spirit also
strengthen the resolve of Father Luke
to hope for remarkable results! Mary,
health of the sick, pray for us.
~Father Dave
Rosary For Life
Join with members of our Respect Life Committee in
praying the Rosary, petitioning for the sanctity of all life,
on October 21, November 4, and November 18, in the
Chapel. Don’t know the Rosary well? Prayer aids will be
available! For more information, please contact Susan
McNeil at 262.781.3480 or [email protected]
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St. Dominic Catholic Parish
Women Grace
OF
presents: Anna Nuzzo and Nancy Salerno
“Be Love” Tour
Sunday, November 11
10:10 am
in the Marcy Center
John Paul II wanted to be known as
the Pope for
families.
A significant
amount of his
writing was
directed towards
families, including
his letter on the
Christian Family
in the Modern World. Come hear
seminarian Michael Thiel explain
JP2's letter and its benefits to families
facing challenges today.
October 29, 2014, 7:00 pm
St. Dominic Catholic Parish, PAAC
**Please note the location change**
“Let no one ever come to you without being better and happier.” — Mother Teresa
Join Anna and Nancy as they share this message with original
contemporary songs and an inspirational personal journey. Experience
God’s love and consolation more deeply, inspiring you to love others.
Be inspired! Be love! Join us!
Please contact Molly Schmidt, 262.781.3480 or
[email protected] with questions.
Support The Cub Scouts—Elegant Farmer Pies!
The cub scouts are here to tantalize your taste buds. In our 2nd year for our
scouts and with the help of The Elegant Farmer in
Mukwonago, fruit pies are being sold after all Masses on
October 25 & 26. Some pies will be available for purchase
but they won’t last long! Please take advantage of this
delicious fundraiser and help our scouts raise money for badges, camping
equipment, pine wood derby and other scouting events.
Please contact Bob Magnus at 262.860.1466, with any questions.
Baby Items Needed!
The St. Dominic Respect Life Committee is collecting baby
clothes and items to benefit young mothers assisted by The
Women’s Support Center in Milwaukee. Please bring your
donations (unwrapped) and place them in the cribs located in
each of the narthexes. Thank you for your generosity! Please call Susan
McNeil at 262.781.3480 with any questions.
St. Dominic Respect Life Committee for 40 Days for Life!
The St. Dominic Respect Life Committee will be praying at Affiliated Medical
Services, an abortion clinic, in Milwaukee. We’re taking part in the national
campaign, 40 Days for Life, until November 2, from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. This is a
peaceful prayer vigil – we do not engage those coming or going. Please consider
joining us at AMS, located at 1428 N. Farwell Avenue, in Milwaukee.
ProLife Wisconsin Dinner and Auction
The St. Dominic Respect Life Committee invites you to the Prolife Wisconsin
Annual Auction on Saturday, October 25, at Olympia Resort and Conference
Center. $47.50 each. For info, please contact Mary Baxa at 414.852.6116.
Safeguarding All
God’s Children
Training
All adults who work
with children more
than once in a calendar
year or who chaperone field trips are
required to complete a background
check as well as complete
Safeguarding Training. Will you be
involved in athletics, fine arts, in the
school, playground duty, lunchroom
duty, children’s ministry, youth
ministry, or a retreat this year? To
register for a session, please visit
http://www.archmil.org/offices/
safeguarding.htm , click on the date
you would like to attend, and follow
the registration instructions.
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An EXERCISE in putting GOD FIRST
A first step in our renewal journey to live as
faithful stewards.
Take a look at personal priorities:
A SELF-ASSESSMENT.
(for personal/family use only)
Stewardship Renewal Weekend—October 25/26
Life is your Gift
Creator God, life is your gift to me.
Through baptism, you invite me to
share the gift of my life in service to
others. Be with me as I choose each
day to show Your Presence in our
world. Give me the courage and
generosity to respond to Your love,
to Your call.
Open my heart that I may accept
Your challenge to build the Kingdom
in my parish, my community and
throughout the world.
For if not me, who?
If not here, where?
If not now, when?
If not for Your Kingdom, why?
I make this prayer
through Christ, our Lord.
Amen.
You Are Called!
Step 1: How I spend the time entrusted to me:
Name six to ten things you spent the most time doing
regularly this past year.
Step 2: How I spend the financial resources entrusted to me:
Name six to ten things you probably spent the most money
on this past year.
Step 3: God as a priority during the past year—a self-evaluation:
Mark an “X” on the line below that you think represents how
high a priority God has been in your life this past year (using
actual time and money spent as a partial indicator).
____________________________________________________
Low
High
Step 4: God as a priority during the coming year—a personal
decision:
Draw a small circle on the line above that represents how
high a priority you would like God to be in your life during
the NEXT year.
Step 5: My concrete plan:
What are some of the things I could START, STOP, or
CONTINUE, that would help me toward what I decided in
step four above?
Start: ____________________________________________________
Stop: ____________________________________________________
Continue: _________________________________________________
To be renewed, to be reawakened, to restore trust, to be ignited in faith: REVIVAL is the theme for our 2015
Stewardship Renewal and for our year of mission and ministry at St. Dominic Catholic Parish. There is power, a mighty
power, when together, we offer our time, talent and treasure to help build the Kingdom of God. It is through the power of
the Holy Spirit, that we are called to ignite our faith and to burn with the fire that can’t be contained. The fire that calls us
to love God first, above all else, and to love our neighbor as our self.
 You are called to reawaken to the Catholic faith and to deepen your love of Jesus Christ!
 Your are called to restore your trust in God to care for you in all things!
 You are called to intentional discipleship!
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Soles For Education Walk!
There is only one week left before
the big event! Thank you to all those
who have gone online and registered
to join Team St. Dominic.
Additionally, a huge thank you to
those who have
pledged to support a
walker. As of last
weekend, we have
gained $1900 in
pledges. That is only $600 away from
our goal. Please remember that
100% of what is pledged and donated
stays right here at St. Dominic
Catholic Parish, for use in tuition
assistance. Last year, we were able to
help every family who asked for
help. Please consider joining me for
a beautiful autumn walk through the
Menomonee River Parkway, next
Saturday, October 25. If you already
have plans, please consider pledging
me and I'll walk the walk for you!
~Mrs. Jill A. Fischer
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Respect Life and Empathy Go Hand In Hand
This month our students are focusing on the virtue of empathy. There is no
greater time to teach this virtue than during
Respect Life month. Empathy is the ability to
understand and appreciate the needs of others
and act accordingly. In order to show true respect,
one must have empathy. At the core of both is
love; true love where the needs of another are
more important than your own. But it is the
understanding the we are all created in God's
image and with great love that we should respond
in love to the needs of others from womb to
tomb. There is no better example of how to do
that than the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is no accident
that these two things run parallel in our faith practice. She is the epitome of
respecting life and ultimate surrender we all must have to the will of God.
Come See Our “Boo-tiful” Creations!
Come check out our student scarecrows scattered
about the Brookfield Village Art Crawl, where local
artists will have their work on display, this Friday
evening. Ms. Lorenz and Mrs. Barker worked with our
students to develop and construct these "boo"tiful
creations.
Have You Been Called?
Even though classes and activities have begun, there are still
opportunities for you to help Children’s Ministry. Substitutes
are needed for Sunday mornings, Tuesday evenings and
Thursday afternoons. A catechist is needed for 1st grade on
Thursday afternoons, beginning in January. Without dedicated parish members,
our programs cannot successfully run and be of benefit to our parish children
and families. Please prayerfully consider helping as your schedule allows. If you
are moved to help, please contact Stacey Irvine, at 262.781.3480.
Holiday Fun!
During the week of October 26, the LFF K3-1st graders
will be bringing candy to class, to bag up and be
donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Wauwatosa.
While we can all enjoy trick-or-treating, there are
families and children who cannot, due to personal
illness or that of a sibling. If you are interested in donating candy or snack sized
Ziploc bags, please do so at the Parish Center, by October 24. Thank you!
Children’s Ministry Calendar Of Events
Tuesday, October 21: LFF classes for K5-6th grade 6:15-7:30 pm in school
Wednesday, October 22: Toddler Playgroup 10:00 am-noon Marcy Center 5/6
Thursday, October 23: NO LFF classes for K5-6th grade (School Open House)
Sunday, October 26: LFF classes for K3-1st grade 9:00-10:15 am in school
Nursery during 9:00 am Mass in Marcy Center 5
Children’s Liturgy of the Word (C.L.O.W.) during 9:00 am
Mass for grades 1-4, dismisses to MC7
Join Us For Playgroup!
Are you a new parent or
grandparent? New
to the area, parish
or school? Looking
for something to
do with your
newborn - toddler aged child(ren)?
Then, join our newborn-toddler
playgroup that meets weekly on
Wednesdays, in Marcy Center 5/6
from 10:00 am until noon, for fun and
conversation. Bring your snack and
enjoy interacting with other adults
while your children play.
Children’s Bulletins & Books
Children’s bulletins and crayons,
geared toward young ones ages 3-7
can be found in both narthexes. Feel
free to pick one up on your way into
Mass for them to do activities and
coloring. These activities relate to
the readings and Gospel for the
weekend. There is also a basket of
children’s books in the narthexes for
the children to borrow and put back
after Mass.
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Junior High (7th & 8th graders)
 PLUG-IN (Youth Group) This Wednesday, October 22, 6:00-
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7:30 pm, in the Youth Room, in the Parish Center (office
building). Join us for pumpkin carving– bring your own
pumpkin. If possible, bring it cleaned out, and something
orange or pumpkin flavored to share to eat!
If you haven’t done so yet, all parish 7-8 grade families need
to turn in a Policy and Guidelines Acknowledgement Form. If you
haven’t received one, please call the Youth Office.
Coming this summer! A ½ week Summer Outreach Camp. The cost is
$125.00. Call the youth office for info, a registration form, and to get in on
fundraisers.
High School (9th-12th graders)
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Youth Group Wed., Oct. 22, 7:30-9:00 pm, in the Youth Room in the Parish
Center. Pumpkin carving contest – bring your own pumpkin. Please bring it
cleaned out, and something orange or pumpkin flavored to share to eat!
MISSION TRIPS for 2015
If you missed last week’s registration/informational
meeting and want information about camp, please contact
Debbie in the Youth Ministry office.
 WORKCAMP-June 20-27, open to all 9th -12th graders,
to Mifflinburg, PA.
 LIFETREE ADVENTURE-July 25-August 1, open to all Jr/Sr in high school
(you must have participated in a mission week) and to all young adults and
adults. We’re going to Big Lake, Alaska!
Frassati YOUNG ADULT Day
Saturday, October 25 at Holy Hill
Registration begins at 12:15 pm
Event is 1:00-9:00pm
Mass with Bishop Hying,
conferences, confession, spiritual
direction, hiking, social time,
adoration, evening meal.
Speakers: Rosario Rodriquez: the
innocent victim of a vicious crime in
the streets of Los Angeles, where an
act of gang violence left her near
death, but now inspires others to see
how God ultimately brings greater
good from tragedy.
Matt Smith: starred in MTV’s “Real
World New Orleans” and then later
on “The Road Rules Challenge: The
Gauntlet.” Currently Matt is the VP of
Life Teen international.
To Register go to: http://
www.jbyouth.net/livesite/
registration_entrance.php?send_to=%
2Fpages%2Fregister
LFF For Teens
 7th grade: Today, Oct.
19, Nov. 2
 8th grade: Today, Oct.
19, Nov. 2
 9th grade: Today, Oct. 19, Nov. 9
 10th grade: Today, Oct, 19+parents
meeting 11:00 – 11:50 am in the
PAAC, Nov. 2 for our Service Day
Can You Help?
We’re looking for discussion
leaders to help with our 10th grade
LFF. You would not be responsible for
the teaching. For more information,
please contact Debbie Olla in the
Youth Ministry Office.
Confirmation 2014-2015
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Session #2
Oct. 19- Alioto/Kearney, Baran/
Kane, Lengell/McKibbin,
Whittenberger/Otten, Zwolinski
Oct. 26 - Goetze
Nov.16 - Case/Thiel
Service
Oct. 19 - Whittenberger/Otten
at the Open Door Cafe
Saturday, Nov. 8 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Cousins Center in Milwaukee
"What are you looking for?" Arise Missions has partnered with Franciscan
University of Steubenville to host Encounter. Here, you will encounter Christ in a
new and deeper way. You will encounter fellow young adults in an environment
that fosters fellowship, passion and faith by hearing impactful talks that connect
faith and real life. You will encounter the love of Jesus, experiencing dynamic
community with other Catholics. Become equipped to discern where God is
calling you, and get real answers to life's biggest questions about life, love,
career and relationships.
Get the details and register at www.arisemissions.org!
How Do I Get A Boston Store Community Days Coupon Book?
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After Masses next weekend, Oct. 25/26 and Nov. 8/9.
You can pick one up in the Parish Center.
Feel free to email [email protected] to place your order
and have them mailed to you.
Download the flyer from stdominic.net and have your child in
the school or LFF bring it home. Please indicate that on the flyer.
Or, order online at: http://bit.ly/ZDLkLc with free shipping!
100% of the $5 coupon booklet price goes to support
St. Dominic Youth Ministry and our Mission Trips.
We appreciate your support!
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Women Of Christ Conference
The 6th annual WOMEN OF CHRIST® CONFERENCE is
November 1, 2014, at Washington County Fair Park, West Bend.
This year’s theme is Jesus and Mary: Two Hearts- One Journey.
Come explore the mysteries of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and
Immaculate Heart of Mary, with speakers Fr. James Kubicki and
Fr. Andrew Apostoli. Discover the treasure of forgiveness in the
healing life story of Rosario Rodriguez. Confession and Adoration
will be available all day. There will be a 7:30 am Mass for All Saints Day and 4:00
pm vigil Mass with Archbishop Jerome Listecki, for All Souls. Also, you’ll want to
visit the great vendor market to get a jump start on your Christmas shopping.
Register at www.womenofchrist.net. For more information, please contact us
at 262.646.0193 or [email protected]
Fair Trade Holiday Market At St. John Vianney
On October 26, St. John Vianney will be hosting their annual Fair Trade
Holiday Market. This is a great opportunity to buy gifts for yourself and your
loved ones, that also benefit artisans in the third world and here at home, by
offering fair trade items and items produced by organizations who espouse a
preferential option for the poor. Come and see the beautiful gifts, and you will be
inspired to start your Christmas shopping. Some of our vendors will be selling
delicious fair trade chocolate and fair trade coffee, as well. Again this year, we
will be offering that marvelous, mouth-watering cinnamon bread that was such
a hit last year! You’ll find the Market in the school cafeteria. It will be open from
8:00 am to 2:00 pm, on Sunday, October 26.
New Horizons Weekend of
Healing for Separated/
Divorced
Friday-Sunday, October 24-26,
Schoenstatt Retreat Center
This healing weekend is designed to
help each participant embark upon a
new phase of life. It is
an opportunity for
divorced persons to
pause and examine
their lives – their strong
points and weaknesses,
their hurts, disappointments, joys and
frustrations. It is a weekend of
involvement.
The cost of $150.00 includes five
meals and lodging for the entire
weekend (financial assistance is
available).
Registration deadline is Friday,
October 17, 2014. For more
information or a registration form,
please contact Annette in The
Nazareth Project office at
414.758.2201 or visit the following
website: www.johnpaul2center.org/
NazarethProject/
Single Again
Single Again is a quad-parish
support group for those in the
process of divorce and beyond, does
not require registration, and is free.
It offers an opportunity to learn, to
find support, and to make new
friends, all leading to healing. They
meet every other Thursday, from
7:00-8:30 pm, at St. John Vianney, in
the Parish Center, room P201. The
next session will be October 23.
All are welcome!
Scripture With Scholars
Join us on Tuesday, October 28,
7:00 – 8:30 pm, at the Cathedral of St.
John the Evangelist, 812 N. Jackson
Street, for an exploration of Changes
in Understanding the Bible in the
last 50 years, featuring biblical
scholar, Sr. Diane Bergant.
This event is free and open to the
public. No registration is required.
Coping At Holiday Time-When Someone You Love Has Died
Tuesday, November 11 at 6:30 pm - St. John Vianney, room P201
Special presenter: Martha Furst, Lead Chaplain, Allay Home Hospice
The holidays present a special challenge to those who are grieving. It’s
supposed to be (and is) a time of great joy and happiness, filled with special
gatherings, celebrations and liturgies.
But what do you do when you feel this
huge hole in you? Can you even
participate, and if so, how?
This session will aid you in reflecting
upon the dynamics of grieving and to
“befriend” the loss of a love one in the
midst of your holidays. It will draw upon
our Christian tradition and helpful
pastoral practices to provide a healthy spiritual and emotional foundation for
entering these coming holidays. The session is free and open to all. Registration
appreciated but not required; to register, please call Janlyn Carvalho at
262.796.3944 or email [email protected]
Catholic I.D Video Blog
Get inspired for a life of Catholic intentional
discipleship, by viewing these engaging “Gospel-in-a
Minute” weekly videos. You can find them simply by
searching “Catholic I.D.” on YouTube!
Practice everyday evangelization by sharing these
videos with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and email.
The videos are produced by the Archdiocesan Offices of
Evangelization and Communication.
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You’re Invited To A Special
Halloween Dance Party!
Guests with cognitive or physical
challenges are invited on
Saturday, October 25
6:00-9:00 pm, SMV gym,
13000 W. Juneau Blvd in Elm Grove.
Join us for games, face
painting,
bingo, and a
DJ! Come in a
costume, bring
Adventby Candlelight
Tuesday, December 2
6:30 - 9:00 pm
St. Dominic Catholic Parish - PAAC
AN EVENING FOR WOMEN TO PREPARE THEIR
HEARTS AND MINDS FOR ADVENT
Continue to watch the bulletin for further details!
PRAYER, MUSIC, DESSERT AND FELLOWSHIP
a friend, and get ready
for TONS of fun!
Please contact Debbie Royston at
[email protected] or Jenny Moyer
at [email protected] with questions
or to register, by October 21, 2014.
*Sponsored by St. Mary’s Visitation
Youth Ministry
Sponsored by
Women OF Grace
7th Annual Catholic Memorial Haunted House
The students of Catholic Memorial will be hosting a Haunted House on Oct . 24,
25, 31 and Nov. 1, 7:00 to 10:00 pm, with a
family friendly hour at 6:00 pm on Oct. 25
and Nov. 1. The cost is $7.00 per person
and is not recommended for children under
age 11, during regular hours.
This year, CMH has partnered with the
Waukesha Public Library and the Big Read
program. The house will be transformed
into a tribute to Edgar Allen Poe. All
proceeds benefit Fisher House Milwaukee –
Wisconsin’s first “home away from home”
for veterans and their families as they seek
medical treatment in southeast Wisconsin.
The Haunted House is located at 601 E.
College Avenue, Waukesha. For more information please contact Mary McNulty
at [email protected] or 262.993.4434.
Victim Assistance
If you or anyone you know has been sexually abused by church personnel and
would like assistance, please contact Sr. Susan Rosenbach, the Victim Assistance
Coordinator for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee at 414.758.2232. If you would
like to report independent of the Archdiocese, please contact The Healing Center
at 866.302.3215.
Annual Day Of Reflection For
Women At Holy Hill
The MACCW invites women
throughout the Archdiocese to their
Annual Day of Reflection on Wed.,
Oct. 29, at Holy Hill, 1525 Carmel
Road in Hubertus.
The day begins at 8:00 am at the
Cafe, with breakfast. Then, there will
be Benediction, after which Fr. Ken
Omernick, will speak on Mindfulness
& Meditation. After a break,
confessions will be heard, then Mass
at the Basilica, and a brief
presentation about the Basilica. Later,
you are free to explore the grounds.
Lunch is on your own.
The cost to attend, which includes
breakfast, is $25.00 per person.
Reservations, are required. Please
send your check payable to MACCW
to: MACCW, P.O. Box 259, Muskego,
WI 53150. All reservations must be
received no later than Monday,
October 20.
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In Loving Remembrance
In your charity, please remember in your prayers the
following people who recently died:
† Leroy Schueller, father of John (Linda) Schueller
† Anne Hering, wife of Stefan Hering
Remember In Your Prayers…
...parishioners or family of parishioners who are ill, or
recovering from injury or surgery, especially Judy Bickler,
Brian Brouillette, Kathy Cosich, Carol Dati, Kathleen
Fischer, Bridget Griepentrog, Larry Hanson, Elaine
Kleinhans, Dave Kornacki, Tom Leupold, Janet Lillie, Adam
David Maresca, Joe Marincic, Marlene Pribe, Kenneth
Schaefer, Jeff Steinhardt, Peggy Tate, Jim Toby, Mary Jane
Walsh, Kim Widmann, Katie Wilkenson, Jim Wolak, Pat
Wutke and Jim Zielinski
Sanctuary Lamps
The Church Lamp will burn in October in thanksgiving
for the life of Alan Schartner.
The Chapel Lamp will burn in October in memory of
Kym Fox.
American Flag Sponsor
The American Flag, that flies outside, between the church
and school, is being sponsored during the 4th quarter,
October 1—December 31, 2014, by the Rowen Family, in
honor of Joseph Matejka, US Marine, WWII.
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Mass Intentions
Monday, October 20—St. Paul of the Cross
8:30 am † Mark LaFond (Bob & Julie Jaworski)
Mother of Perpetual Help Devotion
Tuesday, October 21
6:30 am † James Losapio (Losapio family)
Wednesday, October 22—St. John Paul II
8:30 am † Fr. Quintin Heck (Annette Heck & family)
Thursday, October 23—St. John of Capistrano
6:30 am † Thomas Schmid (Warren & Marilyn Sladky)
Friday, October 24– St. Anthony Mary Claret
8:30 am † Dorothy Ottman (The Ottman family)
Anointing of the Sick
Rosary in the Chapel after Mass
Saturday, October 25
3:30 pm Individual Reconciliation in the Chapel
4:30 pm † John (Jack) McDonald (Sharon Cade)
Sunday, October 26
7:30 am † Shirley Lucey (Ken & Jan Schaetz)
9:00 am † Dr. Eugene Skrzypek (Mike & Joan Hartnett)
For All Of Our Parishioners
11:00 am † Donald H. Lonski (Catherine Valentyn)
† Parents of Warren & Marilyn Sladky (Warren
& Marilyn Sladky)
Wedding Banns
III
Joanne Jones and Patrick Volkert
Please visit www.stdominic.net or call the Parish Center for sacramental information.
Weekend Maintenance Staff, Tim Buckingham...... x282
Parish Center……………………………….….....262.781.3480
School
Office…………………………………………...783.7565
Pastor, Father David H. Reith………………………………..x222
Associate Pastor, Father Brad Krawczyk……………...x224
Deacon, Larry LaFond…………………………….262.373.0340
Deacon, Greg Diciaula…………………………….262.547.4216
Teaching Parish Seminarian, Michael Thiel………..x229
Pastoral Associate, Susan McNeil………………………..x225
Administrative Services, Amy Whittenberger….... x253
Child Ministry, Stacey Irvine……………………………….x251
Liturgy & Music, Paul Burzynski..……………………......x240
Youth & Young Adult Ministry, Debbie Olla………..x252
Finance Administration, Karen Chaffee………...…....x223
Marketing-Communications, Meg Picciolo .............. x248
Parish Membership & Events, Molly Schmidt......... x241
Evangelization Minister, Brian Magliocco…………...x620
Administrative Assistants:
Finance, Jeanne Verthein ................................................. x227
Liturgy/Music & Human Concerns, Barb Schenauer . x242
Lifelong Faith Formation, Debbie Caputo………….x250
Administrative Support, Judy Shilka........................ x228
Maintenance Supervisor, Steve Veres ........................ x282
Maintenance Staff, Dan Hughes ...................................... x282
School Principal, Jill Fischer ............................................. x271
School Secretary, Mary Kay Reinbold .......................... x280
Parish Trustees
Michael Ricci .................................................................. 781.1358
Jerry Buting .................................................................... 783.6555
Pastoral Council Officers
E-mail ................................... [email protected]
Chair, Don Drees ................................................ 262.781.2516
Vice Chair, Jim Palzewicz ......................... 262.790.1209
Secretary, Meg Siehr ........................................ 262.691.2139
Additional Contacts
Marcy Center ........................................................ 781.3480 x233
Marcy Center Kitchen ....................................... 781.3480 x232
Prayer Network: Kathy Monday............................. 790.0535
St. Vincent de Paul Helpline ................................................ x600
[email protected]
Email addresses for all staff members may be found on our website, www.stdominic.net.
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Server Schedule
Readings for the Week of Oct. 19
Saturday, October 25
4:30 pm Eclaire Jessup/Noah Jensen/
Jonny Jensen
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Sunday, October 26
7:30 am Adult Servers
9:00 am Patrick Cartier/Everett Cartier/
Tony Herro
11:00 am Claire Lois/Grace Lois/
Sophia Pittman
Is 45:1, 4-6/1 Thes 1:1-5b/
Mt 22:15-21
Eph 2:1-10/Lk 12:13-21
Eph 2:12-22/Lk 12:35-38
Eph 3:2-12/Lk 12:39-48
Eph 3:14-21/Lk 12:49-53
Eph 4:1-6/Lk 12:54-59
Eph 4:7-16/Lk 13:1-9
Ex 22:20-26/1 Thes 1:5c-10/
Mt 22:34-40
This Week’s Schedule
Sunday, October 19-SVdP Bundle Sunday Weekend
9:00 am
Children's Ministry LFF-School
9:00 am
Nursery-MC5/6
9:05 am
Children's Liturgy of the Word -MC7
10:10 am
RCIA-AFM Room
10:10 am
9th gr. LFF-Youth Room
10:10 am
8th gr. LFF-School
10:10 am
7th gr. LFF-School
10:10 am
10th gr. LFF-Marcy Center
4:00 pm
School Musical Rehearsal-PAAC
9:00 pm
Adult Men's Basketball-PAF
Monday, October 20
8:00 am
Book Fair-Library
9:30 am
Moms Group-MC3/5/6
2:50 pm
Intermediate Band-PAAC
6:30 pm
School Advisory Comm.-Resource Center
7:00 pm
SVdP Meeting-MC6
7:00 pm
Marketing Meeting-PC105
Tuesday, October 21
8:00 am
Book Fair-Library
10:00 am
Sandwich Ministry-MCKI
6:15 pm
Children's Ministry LFF-School/CH
7:00 pm
Teaching Parish Committee-PC105
7:00 pm
Grief Support Group-St. Joseph Tosa
7:00 pm
Rosary for Life-Chapel
7:00 pm
The Creed-MC7/KI
Wednesday, October 22
7:05 am
Strings Advanced-PAAC
7:30 am
Time & Talent Committee-PC105
7:30 am
Saints In (Fitness) Training-MC7
8:00 am
Book Fair-Library
8:30 am
Mass With All School-Church
9:45 am
Bible Study-MC1
10:00 am
Playgroup-MC5/6
10:30 am
Cantor Rehearsal-Church
2:45 pm
Children's Choir Rehearsal-Church
2:45 pm
Strings Intermediate-PAAC
2:50 pm
Young Rembrandts-Cafeteria
6:00 pm
Plug-In 7/8 grade-Youth Room
7:00 pm
Discipleship/Evangelization Team-PC107
7:00 pm
SVdP Social-MC7/KI
7:30 pm
Youth Group 9-12 grade-Youth Room
Thursday, October 23
8:00 am
Book Fair-Resource Center
9:30 am
Parish Staff Meeting-PC105
6:00 pm
Cantor Rehearsal-Church
6:00 pm
School Open House Current Families
7:00 pm
Adult Choir Rehearsal-Church
7:00 pm
Pope Francis Reading Group-MC7
9:00 pm
Adult Men's Basketball-PAF
Friday, October 24
6:00 am
That Man Is You!-MC7/KI
8:00 am
Book Fair-Resource Center
2:45 pm
Strings Beginners-PAAC
4:00 pm
Jones/Volkert Rehearsal-Church
6:00 pm
AA Meeting-MC6
9:00 pm
Adult Co-ed Volleyball-PAF
Saturday, October 25 - Soles For Education Walk
7:00 am
Men's Ministry-MC1-3
8:00 am
40+-MC6
1:00 pm
Jones/Volkert Wedding-Church
Sunday, October 26
9:00 am
Children's Ministry LFF-School
9:00 am
CM LFF Reverse Trick or Treat-School
9:00 am
Nursery-MC5/6
9:05 am
Children's Liturgy of the Word -MC7
10:10 am
RCIA-AFM Room
6:15 pm
Boy Scouts-MC7
9:00 pm
Adult Men's Basketball-PAF
Meeting Room Key
AFM-Adult & Family Ministry Room • CH-Church • C-Cafeteria • KI-Kitchen • L-Library • MC-Marcy Center
PAF-Parish Athletic Facility • PAAC-Parish Arts & Activity Center • PC-Parish Center • PG-Prayer Gardens
• S-Storage • TL-Teacher’s Lounge • YR-Youth Room
Donations are needed
for the annual Care Package Program
This ministry helps to keep our college students and active
military connected to St. Dominic and our community
Suggested donations can be provided in any quantity.
Pre-packaged Food Items:
Snacks, cookies, crackers, trail mix, granola bars
Candy, chocolates, hard candy, gum (after Halloween sales)
Microwave popcorn packets
Macaroni & cheese single serve
Hot chocolate packets
Supplies:
Pens, pencils, highlighters, post it notes, magnets
Personal Care:
Toothbrushes, toothpaste
Shampoo, soap, lotion, hand sanitizer, lip balm
Please drop off donations at the Parish Office by
November 10th.
Order forms for Care Packages are available on the website or in the Parish Office.
For assistance, please contact the St. Dominic Parish Care Package Coordinators.
[email protected]
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Family Dentistry
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Leather Cleaning & Repair
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Parish Members
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GENE A. WAGNER
PLUMBING
Garage Doors & Openers
(262) 784-4250
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Insured parish member
Charles Hewett DDS MS
Joshua Barta DDS MS
Daniel Holzhauer DDS MS, Parishioner
All Occasions
Chicago & O’Hare
10225 W. Capitol Dr., Wauwatosa 414-463-5700
520 Hartbrook Dr., Hartland
262-367-7076
www.hhortho.com
Bryant Chaffee, Parish Member
(414)541-0121
622 North 79th Street, Wauwatosa, WI 53213
414-645-5477
Brennanlandscaping.com
Timothy T. Brennan
BROOKFIELD
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Complete Homeowners Services
Painting - Carpentry - Odd Jobs - Mowing
Aeration - Upkeep - Snow Blowing and More...
Chaffee Limousine
Waukesha
(262) 650-1900
Pewaukee
(262) 691-2740
Germantown
(262) 255-1900
West Allis
(414) 327-7100
Locally
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KO13 CONSULTING LLC
Commercial Residential
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Professional Pressure
Washing & Parking Lot Striping
Au tomotive Inc.
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(414) 541-9217 24 hr.
GRISWOLD
Hours 7
Schmidt & Bartelt
A Company You Can Trust.
www.geisdoors.com
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Teens & Adults
RONALD J. SCHMIDT, D.D.S.
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18110 W. Bluemound Rd.
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Complete Plumbing Solutions
AUTO BODY INC.
David Strigenz
Collision & Auto Body Repairs
Master Plumber #224873
Parish Member
9921 W. Carmen Ave.
(414) 466-0210
Milwaukee, WI 53225
Fax (414) 466-8337
Owner
262-782-5940
A TREE SERVICE
414-325-8678
Tony Pruski
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ROMAN
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Applications Include, But Not Limited To:
Attics, Box Sills & Crawl Spaces
- Parish Member
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Residential Work
Brian Frantl
(414) 771-5400
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wisconsinvision.com
1-800-705-7011
The Orthopedic Institute of Wisconsin
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FUNERAL HOMES
& CREMATION SERVICES
414-464-4640
www.krausefuneralhome.com
Christopher J. Evanich, M.D.
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
with speciality interest in
joint replacement, sports medicine,
hip resurfacing and minimally invasive surgery.
17000 West North Ave., Ste. 201E
2323 N. Mayfair Rd., Ste. 310
(414) 643-8800
For a price quote call
Jeff Tkachuk at
262-207-2513
Email: [email protected]
www.SeekAndFind.com
21300 W. Capitol Dr.
A great place to eat
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or e-mail [email protected]
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Lorenzo Reina - Parishioner
262-786-8440
(not valid with any other offers)
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Sales Associate
(414) 813-0036
[email protected]
Office Relocation/Storage
Archives Center/Document Scanning
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Darryl D. Stich, D.D.S., Parish Member
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Adam Schultz - Owner
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www.adamsgaragedoors.com
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Oconomowoc, WI
(877) 627-4113
2005 N. Calhoun Rd.
Brookfield, WI 53005
262.782.4300
Bp Gasoline with Invigorate
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Exceptional service since 2003
Full & Self Service Gasoline * Premier Diesel Fuel
Touchless CarWash -Auto Repairs & Diagnostics
Family owned & operated*
RENOVATIONS
MAINTENANCE
PLANTINGS
GoYardvark.com
(414) 628-8861
Sherry Wittemann
Associate Vice President, ABR, CRS, CSRS, GRI
Serving Brookfield and the
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Personal and Business
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and Their Families
KORNACKI &
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Painting/Wallcoverings, Furnishings
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Daniel G. Gundrum, CFP®
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(262) 784-3323
Residential & Commercial
262-373-3800
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS
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1-800-386-1204
Thomas A. Steinbach, D.D.S.
1-866-603-1600
“In a competitive marketplace it pays to have the advantage”
PATRICK & ELIZABETH KANE, PARISH MEMBERS
Enviromental, Safety and Recycling Services
Tobin J. Strupp DDS
Family Dentistry Since 1985
PARISH MEMBERS
Accepting New Patients
14335 W. Capitol Dr.
Brookfield
Office: (262) 783-3311
[email protected]
(262) 790-2500
www.enviro-safe.com
www.struppdentistry.com
414-403-6279 (MARY)
“If it’s a home you’re seekin’,
call Mary Deeken!”
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262-893-8705
[email protected]
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262-252-4260
(262) 796-2850
Family Founded and Operated for 40 years
700 Pilgrim Parkway, Elm Grove
Shea Hughes - Owner / Parish Member
Serving real estate needs
E-Mail: [email protected] for more information
Business Tax and Accounting
Individual Tax Preparation
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Toll Free: 800-823-1410
[email protected]
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[email protected]
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21150 W. Capitol Dr.
Brookfield, WI
Phone 781-2700
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