All Saints Catholic church & School October 25 & 26, 2014

All Saints
Catholic church & School
October 25 & 26, 2014
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
We, the members of All Saints Parish, gather together to promote our lifelong faith journey.
We are committed to gaining a greater understanding of God through Word and Sacrament, faith
formation, responsible stewardship, and service to those in need.
By reaching out to others and uniting as a family, we seek to make God the primary focus in our lives.
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School Website:
He said to him, "You shall love the Lord, your God, with
all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your
mind. This is the greatest and the first commandment.
The second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as
yourself." - Mt 22:37-39
Parish Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
10:30 am
8:00 am
8:00 am
9:00 am
4:00 pm
3:00 - 3:45 pm
or by appointment
Wednesday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
4th Sunday of 1:00 - 4:00 pm
the Month
6:45 am
8:00 am
All Saints Parish Staff
Parish Office Center ~ 363-6130
Priest’s Residence
Business Manager
Parish Secretary
Pastoral Associate
Dir. of Music Ministries
Dir. of Communications
Dir. of Formation
Director of Youth
Formation & Ministry
RCIA Coordinator
Scrip Coordinator
Rev. John R. Flaherty
(Emergency only)
Mike Klappholz
Tracy A. Huk
Jenn Boyens
Margene Rule
Linda Stavropoulos
Bev Gearhart
Brian Conway
Casey Bilodeau
Dan Thraen
[email protected]
Ext. 116
[email protected]
Ext. 107
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Ext. 111
[email protected]
Ext. 108
[email protected]
Ext. 100
[email protected] Ext. 109
[email protected]
Ext. 106
[email protected] Ext. 104
[email protected]
Ext. 114
[email protected] Ext. 113
Jo Meister
Sherri Tow-Selensky
[email protected]
[email protected]
Ext. 112
All Saints Parish School ~ 363-4110
School Principal
School Office Manager
Preschool Director
Childcare Director
Marlene Bartlett
Elaine Collins
Sheri Miller
Carrie McArtor
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All Saints Catholic Church  720 29th St. SE Cedar Rapids, IA 52403
Ext. 234
Ext. 233
All Saints
Grocery and Pharmacy Scrip Available
Buy your groceries and prescriptions with Scrip gift cards
from these retailers and earn money back towards the area of
your choice, and the All Saints Technology Fund: CVS
Pharmacy-$25 cards (reloadable at our Scrip website, Fareway-$25/$50/$100 cards,
Nelson's Meat Market-$25 certificates, Target-$25/
$100 cards (reloadable), Walgreens-$25 cards (special
order $100 cards) Wal-Mart/Sam's Club-$25/$100 cards
(e-gift cards available or special order $250 cards) Don't
forget to drop off your Hy-Vee and Hy-Vee Drugstore receipts to the
parish or school office, and help earn money for All Saints School in
their Cash 4 Students program.
Pay your Kohl's bill with Scrip
Did you know that you can purchase Kohls Scrip to pay your
Kohl's bill? $25 and $100 increment gift cards are available.
Also, Kohl’s scrip can be purchased online as an e-gift card
also known as ScripNow! at or our
mobile scrip website Show your
scrip on your mobile device at the register to make your
purchase or pay your Kohl's bill. They will scan the scrip
certificate on your phone. It is that easy!
Scrip is available in many places for your
 Drop off an order to the scrip mailbox by childcarelet us know where you want to pick up your order
 The parish office, 8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday
 After weekend masses
 Regis Middle School (see Regis newsletter for dates)
 Online at
 On your mobile phone at
Questions? Email us at [email protected]
Thank you for your support of the Scrip program at
All Saints - fundraising while you shop!
Stewardship Corner
We fulfill the commandment to love our
neighbor when we exercise good stewardship
— joyfully sharing our gifts of life, abilities,
and resources to meet our neighbor’s need.
All Saints Library Update
A sincere thank you to those who have generously donated
new or gently used books for others to enjoy. As we are
updating the library system, we are removing duplicates to
create more shelf space. They will be on the library cart in
the narthex for anyone one who wants to give them a new
PLEASE NOTE We cannot take any more donated
books at this time. We want to preserve the quality of
books available and not overcrowd the space.
Taking Out Books
When you take out books or CDs please put the information
called for on the clipboard on the small table between the
library shelves.
Returning Books
Put returned books and CD’s on the bookshelves next to the
entrance marked “Return Books Here.” Please do not try to
put them on the shelves as we need to check them in. Then
cross off the information on the clipboard and note the date
you returned them.
Again, thank you for your generosity in donating books the
past few years. Our goal is to offer Catholic classics, spiritual
renewal, daily meditation, saints, up to date information
about our Catholic faith, and resources for specific topics for
those in formation and those seeking good Christian fiction.
Supporting Education in Haiti
See the smiling faces, and the serious ones,
too? These are the children and youth of our
sister parish, Notre Dame De Lourdes, Belle
Fontaine, Haiti. Please join in supporting their education.
Take a picture home and pray for all these students. Their
opportunities may seem limited but each year we learn more
and see the light grow brighter as we support, encourage and
empower this rural Haitian community.
Through your generous efforts Fr. Magloire provides for the
education of 4,500+ students. To fund their schooling
for a year we ask for $150 per student. Form a team:
families, classes, any group can share a student sponsorship.
Donations in any amount may be placed in the collection
basket at Mass or mailed to All Saints Parish business office.
Checks should be made out to All Saints Parish. Please write
“Haiti Students” in the memo line and on the envelope.
Thank you from the students of Notre Dame de Lourdes and
the Haiti Committee!
“Priye pou nou, nap priye pou ou.”
“Pray for us we pray for you.”
Please Pray For the Following People
Our RCIA Candidates Need Sponsors!
(Why people want prayers isn't important, the prayers are!)
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and
children over the age of reason (7) [RCIA], is
the process for non-Catholics to join the
Church. An important part of that process is
those who walk with the Candidates and
Catechumen as their sponsors. This season we
have 9 adults and 3 children so far. Some have a sponsor but
we need 3 more for the adults and 3 for the children (ages
10,12 & 7).
Who can be a Sponsor?
Anyone who is a baptized and Confirmed Catholic who is
active in the Church is eligible to be a sponsor. Your witness
as a practicing Catholic is the most important qualification.
No special degree is required, just a prayerful and caring
What is the Time Commitment?
From now until Easter Vigil in early April you will be asked
to give an hour to an hour and a half a week, either Sunday
morning or Thursday evening. But those who have been
sponsors can tell you, it’s addicting! You learn as much as the
candidates do in the process. We are forming a community,
not just learning about the Church.
What does a Sponsor do?
1. Prays for the person they are sponsoring.
2. Represents the community of All Saints.
3. Listens to their needs and questions.
4. Is a companion, sharing time and support.
5. Is respectful of the person’s faith background, and
becomes a bridge during the transition from their former
religious affiliation to Catholicism.
6. Is present for the main Rites and as often as possible for
the weekly sessions.
Can you help?
Contact Jo Meister, RCIA coordinator
363-6130 ext. 112 / [email protected]
Geraldine Richards, Rusty Parr, Donna Curtin,
Lucille Walter, Ann Dwyer, Randy Dvorak, John
McIvor, Carroll Voelker, Charles “Chip” Witcher, Pam
Lillibridge, Mary Hill, Mike Barber, Margaret Harris, Kellyn
Moeller, Kenneth & Louise Hebron, Dorothy Loehr, Taryn
Ann O’Toole, Therese Cavin, Duncan Fabor, Hubert Gent,
George Gent, Charles Richart, Steve Richart, Caray Frank,
Phyllis Simonin, Pete Bailey, Charles Quinn, Susan Benson,
Patricia Jennings, Charles Vermeersch, Marek Leo Rudzki,
Marilyn Frank , Bill Sabin 
Parishioners & Family Members
on Active Duty - Ted Welch
To add a name call Brian Conway, Communications Director, at 3636130, ext. 104. Names will be listed for 4 weeks and may be renewed.
Please do not call or email the people listed above for details regarding
their request.
 Recently deceased will be listed for two weeks.
All Saints Day Mass
All Saints Day Mass will be at 8:00 AM in the
church on Saturday, November 1st. It is not a
Holy Day of Obligation this year, but as it is the
parish feast day, we would love to see a large
crowd. We hope you can join us!
Prayer Service for the Deceased
On Sunday, November 2nd at 2:00 pm All Saints will hold
an All Souls Day prayer service in the church in remembrance of all who have died. Particularly remembered will
be the parishioners who have died in the last year. There
will be a reception in the Social Hall immediately after the
service. All are welcome to attend.
Please contact Linda Stavropoulos at 363-6130, ext. 109 or
[email protected] for more information or to
volunteer to help.
Piano Accompanist Needed
All Saints School is currently
seeking a piano accompanist for
their annual Christmas concert.
This person must be able to play
for a few rehearsals during the day
in November, and attend the
Christmas concert on December 15th at 7:00pm. If
interested, please contact Ms. Wagner (363-4110 ext. 249
or [email protected]).
Adoration in the Chapel
Every Wednesday 8:30AM - 4:30 PM
4th Sunday of the Month from 1 - 4PM
The GIVING TREE is coming!
November 15th & 16th will be the first week
for the Giving Tree.
Financial New$
Automatic Withdrawal
Offertory Cash
October 19, 2014
Did you Know? It takes $27,455 each week to cover regular,
ordinary expenses that keep All Saints running!
*There are 1073 households registered at All Saints.
A Changing Way of Life for Priests
On the one hand, the core role of the priest is clear and neverchanging. On the other, there has been a dramatic change in
what priests do and in the presence of priests within the
Catholic Church in the United States.
Think about a priest in 1950 and think about one today. In
1950 there were 652 Catholics per priest, most of whom were
in active ministry. By 2000, there were 1,257 Catholics per
priest, and nearly a third of all priests are retired or over the
age of 70.
Today, priests collaborate in ministry with a wide variety of
specialized lay ecclesial ministers and deacons who serve as
Directors of Religious Education, youth ministers, pastoral
associates, and many other roles.
Of the more than 19,000 Catholic parishes in the United
States, a little more than 4,000 have more than one priest. On
the other hand, over 2,000 parishes have a pastor who
simultaneously pastors another parish. Another 8,000 parishes
are served by a single priest-pastor who pastors no other
Priests live in their parish communities—typically the same
building where parish offices are located, "above the store" so
to speak, often with a minimum of privacy. Almost all
diocesan priests in active parish ministry are on call 24 hours a
day—more than 90 percent, according to one recent survey of
priests conducted by CARA, the Center for Applied Research
in the Apostolate at Georgetown University.
From 1970 to the present, the total number of priests fell by
20,000, or one-third of the total number of priests in 1970.
Yet priests' dedication to their people has dramatically
cushioned this remarkable reduction in numbers. As a result,
almost all Catholics say they are aware that there are fewer
priests, but only one in four report that this has affected them
(CARA Catholic Poll 2000).
Like Protestant seminarians, Catholic seminarians are now
spread across the entire age range. More than a third of
seminarians are over the age of 35. Combined with fewer
vocations to priesthood in general, this means that there are
now dramatically fewer priests under the age of 35. In 1965,
one in five of all active diocesan priests were under 35. By
2000, fewer than one in twenty active diocesan priests were
under 35. Priests are older today and there are simply fewer
priests to whom they can turn for assistance and support.
In spite of all these challenges, priests are not merely satisfied
in their ministry; they report being highly satisfied. Only a
handful of priests say they would not become a priest if they
had it to do all over again. In a survey conducted for the Los
Angeles Times, just 7 percent of all priests who were polled
felt this way.
The sheer giving nature of priests. It's something to celebrate.
It's something for which we need to thank God. It's something
for which we need to thank priests.
Counters Wanted!
Looking for a way to give your
Power of One hour of service?
We are looking for people
interested in offering counting.
Volunteers will come in on
Sunday once a month (or less if
we get more volunteers/1) to count the offering.
If interested, please contact Jenn Boyens, bookkeeper for All
Saints. Phone 363-6130, ext. 108, or
[email protected]
Happy Together
Dates for Catholic Couples
What a great time last Saturday! The next event
is Nov 8, 5:15 - 7:00 pm in the social hall. Even
if you didn’t come to the first one, come to this
one! To register call or email: Lynn Holverson
@ 319-431-6313 / [email protected] or Jamie
Morrissey @ 309-335-2958 / [email protected]
Heavenly Father,
We come before you today to ask your blessing on
our brothers, whom you have called to the
Sacrament of Holy Orders.
Lord Jesus,
We ask that you support them with your presence
and fill them with grace to serve You faithfully.
Gracious Spirit,
Unite us in service with those whom you have
called. Open our hearts to encourage our brothers
and sons to pursue your calling, And open their
hearts to hear Your call to this most Holy
Youth Religious Activity Opportunities
If you are interested in attending youth events contact Casey
Bilodeau at [email protected]
Archdiocesan Middle School Youth Rally (grades 6-8)
The Middle School Youth Rally, celebrated on All Saints
Day, will excite kids to be a saint to the world around them.
The day will be a combination of fun, prayer, and nationallyknown speakers.
Date: November 1, 2014
Time: 5:00 - 8:30 PM
Place: St. Mary, Waverly
Cost: $20 per person
Archdiocesan High School Youth Rally (grades 9-12)
"Siri-us Faith" will be the theme of this year's bi-annual
Archdiocesan Youth Rally. The day will be a celebration of
our Catholic faith and help high school teens know that God
and the Communion of Saints provide a constant companion
for them in their lives. We will be helping them see how
they can encounter God and His Church in the digital area of
their lives.
Date: November 2, 2014
Time: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Place: Sullivan Brothers Convention Center, Waterloo
Cost: $40 per person
Teens Encounter Christ (TEC)
TEC is a three-day Catholic retreat experience for high
school seniors that focus on the Paschal Mystery.
• TEC #554 - Xavier - Nov. 22-24, 2014
• TEC #555 - Marquette - Jan. 24-26, 2015
• TEC #556 - Beckman - Feb. 28 - March 2, 2015
• TEC #557 - Don Bosco - Mar. 14-16, 2015
• TEC #558 - Calmar - Mar. 21-23, 2015
• TEC #559 - Wahlert - Apr. 18-20, 2015
Cost: $75 per person
National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC)
NCYC is a chance for high school teens (grades 9-12) to
experience the national Catholic Church! NCYC is three
days of general sessions with over 20,000 teens, workshops,
interactive experiences, prayer, and great community
building opportunities for your parish teens. The
Archdiocese of Dubuque brought over 1,400 people to
NCYC in 2013!
Dates: November 19-22, 2015
Place: Indianapolis, IN
Cost: (TBD), approximately $500 per person (includes
registration, lodging, transportation,
administration expenses, some meals, and a T-shirt)
Religious Education News
There will be no RE Classes on
Wednesday, October 29th due to
area high school football playoffs.
If you have questions, contact Casey
Bilodeau, Director of Faith
[email protected] / 319.363.6130 ext. 114.
Confirmation News!
November 16th is our Confirmation
Retreat! This retreat is mandatory for
Confirmation students! Retreat will be
from 12:00-6:30 at Regis Middle
School. We are currently looking for
junior or seniors in high school as well
as adults to help on November 16th. If
you are interested in helping lead this
retreat please contact Casey Bilodeau,
[email protected] / (319)
363-6130, ext. 114.
Bruins Beat
All Saints School celebrated God's wonderful gift of
grandparents on Grandparents'
Day Friday October 17. The
celebration began with a beautiful
prayer service. The picture shows
students honoring grandparents in
heaven by bringing forth pieces of
ribbon that will be combined to
make a beautiful memorial
wreath. The celebration also
included a delicious turkey
dinner, tours, photographs and
book adoptions for the library.
Thanks APT for all of your time and work for this
outstanding event.
Service Opportunities at Regis
Baskets of Hope
Raking by 7th grade students
October 31
 Decorating a wheelchair for Mercy
Hospital November 12
 Working as Elves for the Mercy Hospital Auxiliary
 November 13 Advent project—Working with the Zach
Johnson Foundation to provide student lunches over
Christmas break.
A Reflection on the Catholic Vision of Respect for Life
Excerpt By Peter J. Cataldo, Ph.D.,
Each of us is called to respect life. It is a call that resonates in
the heart and conscience of every person in every time, place,
and circumstance. St. Paul tells us today that the human body
is “for the Lord, and the Lord is for the body,” that the body is
from God, and that we are not our own. What Christ offers to
every human being is that fullness of life which shares in the
life of God. This sharing in God’s life gives human life an
inestimable value and makes it a sacred reality entrusted to us
by God. We, the recipients of God’s precious gift of life, may
not dominate this gift and treat it as a mere object but are
called to be good stewards of it. “In giving life to man,” the
Holy Father tells us, “God demands that he love, respect and
promote life. The gift thus becomes a commandment, and the
commandment is itself a gift” (The Gospel of Life, 52).
The gift and dignity of life, however, face multiple threats
today both old and new. There are the “ancient scourges,” as
John Paul II calls them: poverty, hunger, endemic diseases,
violence, and war. The list of threats includes genocide,
mutilation, torture, subhuman living conditions, arbitrary
imprisonment, deportation, and disgraceful working
conditions. The newer threats include widespread abortion,
euthanasia, human cloning, human embryonic stem cell
research, drugs, and tampering with the world’s ecological
As the threats to human life and dignity are many, so also are
there many dimensions to respecting life. In his eloquent
reflection on the commandment, “You shall not kill,” found in
his encyclical The Gospel of Life, Pope John Paul II explains
how this commandment is both an absolute prohibition against
murder and an absolute positive requirement. This imperative
is “to respect, love and promote the life of every brother and
sister, in accordance with the requirements of God’s bountiful
love in Jesus Christ” (The Gospel of Life, n. 76). To preserve the
commandment not to murder is at the same time to work to
protect and serve all those who are weak and vulnerable: the
sick, the poor, victims of racism, immigrants, widows and
widowers, orphans, the hungry, the thirsty, the naked, and the
imprisoned. “The deepest element of God’s commandment to
protect human life,” the Holy Father writes, “is the
requirement to show reverence and love for every person and
the life of every person” (The Gospel of Life, n. 41).
Because the right to life is the foundation of all the other
inalienable rights, to be pro-life is to contribute to and
acknowledge the common good in its entirety, and likewise,
to advance the common good is to acknowledge and defend
the fundamental right to life (see The Gospel of Life, n. 20). This
means that whoever is committed to respecting human life and
dignity must recognize two things: that any single issue does
not exhaust respect for life, and that preeminent among the
threats to human dignity are those that directly and
intentionally take innocent human life. Who among us is not in
some way discouraged and disheartened about the way in
which people are marginalized, how human life is treated as a
mere object, and how our society in many ways seems
engulfed by a culture of death. To be counter-cultural can be a
lonely task. Nevertheless, we are a people of hope. Pope
Benedict XVI has taught that “Man’s great, true hope which
holds firm in spite of all disappointments can only be
God,” (Saved in Hope, n. 27).
Prayer for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Father, for the strength you have given me I thank you.
For the health you have blessed me with, I thank you.
For the women who are going through breast cancer and
their families
I ask you to strengthen and to heal as you see fit.
Lord we know you want us to be in good health and to
Lord use us to do the work you have for us to do.
For we know time is getting short on this earth.
Lord be with every woman who is sick
and encourage them as only you can.
I know how faithful you are.
You have shown yourself to be everything
you say you are in your Holy Word.
I praise you for you made this body
and you can heal this body.
In Jesus Name I pray.
God’s Light Shines on All Saints
Prairiewoods Craft Bazaar
Photos by Bev Gearhart
Saturday, November 15th
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Prairiewoods Community Center
Metro Catholic Outreach is participating in this sale
and all proceeds from their tables will benefit MCO.
We are so thankful for the many craft donations
received for this show.
Please come see us at the sale and help us continue our
mission to serve those in need.
Mary’s Mantle
November 1st, 9:15-10:30 AM
Scotus Hall, Immaculate Conception Parish in Cedar Rapids
Archbishop Jackels is the keynote speaker, kicking off this
program for area women to promote our spiritual growth,
and pray for vocations and the Church. We will meet on the
third Saturday each month for exciting speakers, spiritual
teaching, and support for living our Catholic Faith. Bring
friends, gather with women to learn, pray for the Church,
and experience Christian fellowship! Contact: Mary
Kaufmann 319 431-8764, Lorrie Erusha 319 551-9004.
Catholic Evangelization Outreach
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
Tuesday, November 4, 6:30 pm.
Joan Hackbarth was raised in a faith-filled
Jewish home. She was introduced to the
Catholic faith by her husband, Dan. After the
death of her daughter, Rebecca, she
encountered Jesus through their church
community and God continued to reveal
Himself to her through many other life
challenges. Come hear a story of an
amazing faith journey.
A light meal is provided after the
talk. Childcare is available. There
is no charge and all are welcome. Bring a friend!
Daylight Savings Time Ends Next Saturday
Just a friendly reminder to turn your
clocks back next Saturday before you go
to bed! An extra hour to sleep, hooray!
Loaves & Fish Partners
In this Sunday’s Gospel we find the truth that
loving God isn’t merely a matter of fervor in our
hearts, but that it must be expressed in doing
good for the sake of others.
The 2nd Annual St. Vincent de Paul Friends of
the Poor Walk was a major success. Through your
generosity to our mission of helping those in need St.
Vincent de Paul was able to raise over $10,000.00 after
expenses. SVdP is blessed to have great corporate and
individual sponsors for our event. Thank you for your
continued support!
This week at the pantry we made up 105
boxes of food which will feed 349 people.
Our most needed pantry items this week
Canned Chicken
Pasta Sauce
Canned Soup Stew
Pork & Beans Cake & Cookie Mix
Thank you all for everything you do for MCO!
" Be an active presence in the community as living cells, as living
stones." ~ Pope Francis
Mass for Mental Illness Awareness
Cub Scout Catholic Religious Medals
Sat., Nov. 8th. 8:30 a.m. until noon
St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton, Hiawatha
An adult partner must accompany all Scouts. All
Scouts interested should register in advance by contacting
Tracy Schloss ([email protected] / 319-551-2505). Each
scout must also purchase a workbook at the scout shop on
their own. Please plan on working on your books a little each
night until completed. These cannot be done the night before
the workshop.
The workshop is designed to complete a couple of the harder
requirements as a group.
Light of Christ: This program is for Tiger
and Wolf cubs. All requirements must be
completed before third grade. Light of Christ
Scouts will come at 8:30 with their completed
books and we will provide the Church tour,
a prayer service, and sign their books where
possible. They will be done at10:30 a.m.
Parvuli Dei: This program is designed for Bear
and Webelos Scouts . Parvuli Dei Scouts please
have your book completed with the exception
of Step 1-#2 Creation, Step 4-#2 make a gift
and Step 5-#4 make a banner. We will end
the day with a prayer service and signing of
the books if possible.
A Mass for Mental Illness Awareness will be held at 2 pm
Sunday, Oct. 26, at St. Patrick's Church, 120 5th St. NW,
Cedar Rapids. All persons with mental illness and their families and caregivers are invited to this service.
Did you know . . . One in four persons sitting in our pews
has a family member struggling with mental health issues.
Theology on Tap
Thursday evenings in October, 7:00-8:30 pm
Butcher Block Steakhouse, 568 Boyson Rd. NE
 Stump The Priest. October 30 - Bring
your questions to an open forum for Fr.
Chris Podhajsky to address on the fly.
Theology on Tap is a Catholic outreach
ministry welcoming all young adults, of any
faith, in their 20’s and 30’s for socializing &
discussion on a range of topics.
Faithful Citizenship
You can make a difference! Join Catholics
throughout Iowa in bringing the richness of our
social teaching to elected representatives. You
can help raise the level of ethics, morality and
civility in today’s policy debates by joining the
Iowa Catholic Conference legislative network. Click on “Join
the Network” at or on
Facebook at and
help advance the common good.
Scripture for the Week of October 26, 2014
Sun: Ex 22:20-26/1 Thes 1:5c-10/Mt 22:34-40
Mon: Eph 4:32--5:8/Lk 13:10-17
Tues: Eph 2:19-22/Lk 6:12-16
Wed: Eph 6:1-9/Lk 13:22-30
Thurs: Eph 6:10-20/Lk 13:31-35
Phil 1:1-11/Lk 14:1-6
Sat: Rv 7:2-4, 9-14/1 Jn 3:1-3/Mt 5:1-12a
Sun: Wis 3:1-9/Rom 5:5-11 or Rom 6:3-9/Jn 6:37-40
Mass Intentions
Day Date Time
Mass Intention
Tues Oct 28 8:00 AM  Everett & Lillian Peters
Wed Oct 29 8:00 AM  Florence Feldhaus
Thurs Oct 30 9:00 AM  Donna & Peter Pic
Nov 01 8:00 AM
For the People
Nov 01 4:00 PM  Kathleen Merfeld
Sun Nov 02 10:30 AM
For the People
In the event of a funeral, daily Mass will be canceled.
Updates will be posted at
Opportunities for Prayer
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Wednesdays, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM and
the 4th Sunday of the month from 1 to 4 PM in the Queen of All Saints Chapel.
Devotions to the Blessed Virgin 1st Saturday of the month at 3:35 PM.
Our Mother of Perpetual Help Devotion Tues after the 8:00 AM Mass.
All Saints Prayer Group Tuesdays at 7:30 PM.
Prayer Tree available to anyone who would like us to pray for their intentions. Please call Ramona Welsh at 366-1770.
Women’s Prayer Group Tuesday mornings after Mass.
Rosary 30 minutes prior to the 4:00 PM Mass on Saturday.
Rosary for the Pilgrim Virgin Oct. 26th - 31st: Rich and Marcia Morio; 1741 Applewood Place NE
M.O.M.S. Rosary 7:30 PM 1st Monday of the month, Queen of All Saints Chapel
Rosary at Planned Parenthood All Saints will pray every Monday at 11:00 AM (Corner of 1st Ave SE & 35th St DR SE).
Liturgy of the Hours Chapel, Monday 6:45 AM & Friday 8:00 AM.
Liturgical Ministry Schedule
November 1 & 2
Saturday, 8:00 AM Saturday, 4:00PM
Sunday, 10:30 AM
November 8 & 9
Saturday, 4:00PM Sunday, 10:30 AM
Volunteer Now
Mary Goiffon
Jerry Sullivan
Michelle Simoneau
Sherry Casey
Minister of
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Volunteer Now
Luann Lutkenhaus
John Lutkenhaus
LeElyn Metz
Dale Metz
James Thebeau
Teel Thebeau
Linda Vermeersch
Millie Wendt
Tom Amosson
Bob Bembenek
Sara Lang
Tracy Langhurst
Jo Meister
Kathy Nelson
Peg Schmitz
Nancy Vermeersch
Melissa Beckius
Jack Cosgrove
Dilla Cosgrove
Mary Goiffon
Cindy Lyness
Edward Martin
Linda Vermeersch
Millie Wendt
Ann Hunter
Larry Hunter
Daniel Prentice
Cory Rath
Curran Rosser
Nicole Waters
Norma Waters
Kim Witte
Altar Server
Volunteer Now
Volunteer Now
Ariana Beuckers
Eddie Casey
Stephen Casey
Emily Jennings
Lauren Holverson
Brooke Loney
Carlee Netolicky
Anna Peckosh
Eliot Charipar
Morgan Simoneau
Michael Simoneau
Karly Weiss
Jack Bergquist
William Grainger
Claire Haefner
Jessica Moore
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Deb Hagedorn
Dolores Reisinger
Mary Ducey
Kathy Ulrich
Theresa Harker
C. A. Heitgen, OSF
Mick Erdman
Forrest Rosser
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Volunteer Now
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Elie AbouRaad
Steve Behan
Charles Beusch
Mary Ann Boardman
Daniel Greene
Fred Overmann
Rick Feeney
Joe E Gase
Jim Hall
Bill Hunter
Pete Rethwisch
Bea Rethwisch
Steve Behan
Mary Ann Boardman
Joni Musel
Tom Takes
Mike Votroubek
Marlene Wilson
Sue Bright
Sean Harschnek
Pete Rethwisch
Bea Rethwisch
Dorothy Zaugg
Nick Zaugg
Jeani Murtha
Scott Murtha
Jeanne Amosson
Chris Conway
For more information, or to volunteer please call the contact listed below
Adult Formation
Casey Bilodeau
363-6130 Men of the Eucharist
Larry Hunter
Altar Servers
Deacon Mike Klappholz 363-6130 Metro Catholic Outreach Bob Bembenek
All Saints Quilters
Ann Tow
362-4498 Mother Cabrini Circle Terrie Huff
Amy Shipley
Beth Hennessy
Stephanie Felland
504-4316 Newcomers
Marlene Wilson
Kathy Nelson
362-7695 Pastoral Council
Tim Kennedy
Boy Scouts
Nick Klein
360-6029 Parish Life
Brian Talyat
Catholic School Board Brian Talyat
213-1334 Parish Plant
Bill Knapp
Cub Scouts
Katie Walton
361-1985 Prayer Group
Gerald Sullivan
Eucharistic Ministers
Deacon Mike Klappholz 363-6130 Prayer Shawl
Peg Schmitz
Michelle Simoneau
573-5830 R.C.I.A
Jo Meister
Faith Formation Comm. Marvin Stallman
365-3748 Respect Life
Patty Kauffman
Finance Council
James Barry
365-3056 Sacristans
Sherry Casey
Lisa Wallerstedt
365-7746 Social Justice
Tina Lampe
Girl Scouts
Michelle Green
329-7698 Sponsor Couple
Tom & Mary Takes
Haiti Committee
Steve Schmitz
362-6989 St. Anne Circle
Luann Lutkenhaus
Homebound Ministry
Stacy Cataldo
363-0493 St. Marguerite Circle
Renee Loushin
Hospital Visitation
Ann Hunter
366-6873 St. Monica Circle
Mary Jo Rater
Hospitality Ministry
Sue Bright
Jeanne Amosson
Marv & Lydia Stallman 365-3748 Stewardship
Chris Conway
Kids Against Hunger
Ann Hunter
366-6873 The Marthas
Michelle Green
Colleen Waldron
366-3188 Tues. Women’s Prayer Sandy Murphy
Deacon Mike Klappholz 363-6130 Women’s Guild
Barb Hunt
Liturgy Committee
Sandy Putman
362-3376 Young at Heart
Carmen Welch
November Meetings
Save the Date
Feast of All Saints Steak Fry
All Souls Day Remembrance Service
Stewardship Weekend
Preschool Christmas Concert
School Christmas Concert
1st Reconciliation
Catholic Schools Week
Ash Wednesday
1st Communion
Nov 01
Nov 02
Nov 08-09
Nov 27
Dec 13
Dec 15
Jan 17
Jan 25-30
Feb 18
Apr 11 & 12
Apr 22
Haiti Committee
Respect Life
Parish Plant
Women’s Guild
Catholic School Board
Liturgy Committee
St. Anne Circle
Faith Formation
Young at Heart
Finance Council
Pastoral Council
Parish Life
Lower Level
Social Hall
Social Hall
Social Hall
6:30 PM
10:00 AM
5:30 PM
6:00 PM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
5:30 PM
1:00 PM
6:30 PM
11:30 AM
5:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
Parish Guidelines
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Tuesday through Thursday
before the daily Mass and Saturday from 3 to 3:45 pm.
Sacrament of Baptism: Baptism preparation is required.
Contact the parish office to schedule (some date restrictions
may apply).
Newcomer Registration: Call the Parish Office at 3636130, ext. 100, or register on line at
Sacrament of Matrimony: Couples are to make
arrangements with a parish priest or deacon at least six months
before the intended date of the wedding in order to fulfill the
necessary requirements. Please call the parish office for an
Bulletin Deadline: Items must be submitted in writing to
the parish office by Noon on the preceding Monday to:
[email protected]