St. Ambrose Catholic Church

St. Ambrose Catholic Church
820 West Homer M. Adams Parkway, Godfrey, IL 62035-3335
www.saintambroseparish.org
Mass Schedule: Saturday, 4:30 PM
Sunday, 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM
Sacrament of Reconciliation, Saturday, 3:30-4:00 PM or by appointment
Office: 618-466-2921
Fax: 618-466-2959
Rectory: 618-466-6408
Bulletin Deadline
In Parish Office no later
Than Friday by noon
[email protected]
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Normally monthly during
Saturday 4:30 PM Eucharist
or Sunday 10:30 AM
Eucharist, following Parent
Preparation.
SACRAMENT OF
MATRIMONY
Practicing Catholics of the
parish. Please contact the
Pastor.
Parish Staff
Pastor
Fr. Steve Pohlman [email protected]
Deacon
Dcn. Bill Kessler ............ [email protected]
Dcn. Tom Wilkinson ......................... 618-462-9121
Business Manager
Cathy Mahan .................. [email protected]
Parish Office
Debbie Ellebracht ........ [email protected]
Pat Klasner . ................. [email protected]
Kathleen Lieber ............ [email protected]
St. Ambrose Catholic School
618-466-4216
Principal ............................................ Susan Schmidt
[email protected]
Office Manager ................................. Jean Connoyer
[email protected]
School Board………………………...Barbara Buhs
[email protected]
Pat Kornfeld—-Victim Assistance Coordinator
217-698-8500 Ext 155 [email protected]
Thirtieth Sunday
Youth Ministry
Marcia Dressman . . . . . .
[email protected]
In
Ordinary Time
Parish Nurse-Cathie Ketterer ......... 618-466-2921
Annulments-Sandy Willings ........... 618-973-0999
Oct. 26, 2014
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Mass for the Week
MONDAY, OCTOBER 27
7:00 AM
5:30 PM
Communion Service
Fred Wuellner
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28
7:00 AM Communion Service
8:15 AM
Jackie Wittman
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29
7:00 AM
Communion Service
ALL SCHOOL MASS
Elizabeth Meszaros
8:15 AM
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30
7:00 AM
8:15 AM
Communion Service
Special Intention for Patty Salaris
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31
7:00 AM Communion Service
8:15 AM
Theresa Jane Jun
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, All Saints
4:30 PM
St. Ambrose Parishioners
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, All Souls’ Day
8:00 AM
10:30 AM
Lee & Alice Baalman
Catherine Kasten
Glen & Jeff Maher
Alice Bolin
Leon & Barbara Little
Cleo Maher
Jim Smith
Christian Formation
PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION
Nancy Godar, Coordinator 466-0545
PSR is for students in grades 1-8 who attend public or
private school. Classes are from 9:15 AM-10:15 AM in
the School.
Any questions please call Nancy.
COME & LEARN ABOUT BECOMING A CATHOLIC
Greg Mattingly, Coordinator
Inquiry sessions are after the 10:30 AM Mass in the Pastoral Center. Call the Parish office at 466-2921 to express
your interest.
SAVE THE DATE
St. Ambrose Auction—-January 31, 2015
Julia’s Banquet Center
YOU CAN UNDERSTAND THE BIBLE
If you want a better understanding of our faith, and a
deeper relationship with God, then you should join us for
The Bible Timeline Study.
The Bible Timeline is a Catholic Bible study that can help
anyone to make sense of the bible and experience the lifechanging power of God’s Word. The study takes you on a
journey through the entire Bible and brings you deep into
each period of salvation history, so that you can discover
the amazing story woven throughout all of Scripture. The
Bible Timeline has helped hundreds of thousands of people
to have a better understand the bible and a deeper relationship with Christ, and it will help you too.
The study will include a series of twenty-four videos presented by Jeff Cavins. (Perfect attendance is not necessary.) Each video will be preceded by a lively group discussion.
St. Ambrose will begin The Bible Timeline on Thursday,
November 6th at 9:30AM and 6:45PM in the Pastoral
Center.
Sign up forms at each entrance to church.
For more information contact Greg Mattingly at 210-2628
or Mary Ann Bray at 465-4049.
DONUT SUNDAY
Please join us this Sunday, Oct. 26th
after Masses for donuts, coffee and juice.
We thank the St. Ambrose School Parent
Association for hosting this month.
Men's Bible Study
The conflicts of the early Christians in Corinth are in
many ways similar to our struggles today as Christians.
They, too, witnessed division, scandal, immorality, persecution and other trials. In response, St. Paul taught the
Corinthians about the Church as the Body of Christ, introducing them to the most powerful gift of all: the
Eucharist.
Join us for First Corinthians: The Church and the Christian Community at St. Ambrose Pastoral Center every
Saturday. For more information call Greg Mattingly at
210-2628 or [email protected]
Mass of Remembrance
In an effort to remember and pray for your departed loved one we, the Faith community of St.
ambrose lovingly welcome you, your family and
friends to participate in the
Liturgy of All Souls
Monday, November 3rd
7:00 PM
COAT DRIVE
The Youth Group and Women’s Group have joined
together again to coordinate the parish Coat Drive.
We are looking for nearly-new coats for children/
adults to donate to those in need for fall, winter and
spring. You could help us by gathering coats at home,
washing the coats, and dropping them off at one of
the large boxes near the front entrance or office
lobby. The drive lasts from October 6th through November 2nd. Thanks!
Volunteers Needed
The Bereavement Team was wondering if their
would be people in our St. Ambrose Parish
Community that know how to knit or crotchet.
We are in need of shawls for our Bereavement
Shawl Ministry.
If you are interested or have any questions please
call Pat or Debbie at 466-2921
at the parish office.
November Food Drive…
Canned soups, stews, chili and prepared pasta.
Thanks so much for your continued contribution to those in
need. Please check the expiration date—the local organizations will not accept dates on canned or boxed goods.
Thank you.
Recent BAPTISMS
The Christian community here at St. Ambrose welcomes
with great joy:
Rylee Michelle... daughter of Patrick and Chasity
(Lankford) Curry.
Grant William...son of Eric and Amy (Tungett) Pruitt.
Free Webinar Series: Building a Better Disciple-This fall the Office for Catechesis will offer a free webinar series for Catholic adults. Over the course of five
webinars we will explore what it means to be a Christian
through the lens of Acts 2:42. “They devoted themselves
to the teaching of the apostles and to the communal life,
to the breaking of the bread and to prayer.” Full information on the series is being posted at webpage BuildingABetterlDisciple.tumbir.com. What follows is a quick
overview of the sessions (clicking on the links will take
you to the registration page for each webinar).
October 27, 2014 Christian Community: The Foundation of Discipleship—Faith is nurtured and sustained in
the context of a community of believers. This session
will explore how the Church in various contexts (family,
parish, school, etc.) sets the stage for a life of discipleship.
https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/222598314
All webinars begin at 7:30pm. (Central Time) and will
last 90 minutes. Catechists and teachers in the diocese of
Springfield in Illinois who complete all five webinars
and submit the requisite forms to their principle or parish
catechetical leader will be granted 10 hours of credit in
Discipleship and Spirituality. Participation in fewer than
five webinars will be awarded with two (2) hours in Personal Spiritual Enrichment for each webinar attended,
The participant forms will be e-mailed after each webinar to all who participated.
Bereavement Notes
Thank to all those who provided food and served at the
funeral for Ron Webb. Your help is always greatly appreciated.
The Bereavement Team
PARISH NURSE NEWS
Parish Nurse, Cathie Ketterer
Alton Memorial Hospital
Parish Nurse Office Hours: Tues. Oct. 28th, 8-11AM
Just a reminder from your parish nurse—I am here
almost every Tuesday from 8-11AM. If you have high
blood pressure, your doctor likes to see a record of
manual blood pressures outside of the office setting.
Come see me you’d be surprised at the resources I can
help you with.
Our Sympathy
For the families of all
those who have died, especially
Ron Webb
Wonderful St. Ambrose Parishioner & Friend
Harold R. Baird
Father of Richard Baird
SCHOOL NEWS
**You can purchase Scrip from 7:30am to 3:30pm Monday-Friday in the main office at school. We will work to
make your Scrip purchasing as easy as possible. Scrip is
also available after most masses. Thank you to everyone
who has purchased Scrip or used their Schnucks e-script
card.
**The Riverbender has secured a bus and driver for St.
Ambrose School. All 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students
are eligible to attend the after school program. There are
numerous activities such as art classes, German classes,
computers and many more available. Call the school office for more information.
**This is a quick reminder to ALL parents. All of the
fundraisers that St. Ambrose School sponsors are used to
help defray tuition costs. The total cost to educate a child
at St. Ambrose School is about $5,100.00 per child. So,
fundraisers are held throughout the year to keep tuition
costs down. Our main 2 fundraisers are the Applefest, and
the auction in January. Please VOLUNTEER and PLAN
to attend the auction on January 31st.
**On November 8, 2014, the 34th Annual Benefit Dance
for the William M. BeDell Achievement and Resource
Center will be held at Julia’s Banquet Center from 8-12.
The band will be Mondin and beer and soda will be provided. St. Ambrose Parishioners, Shirley Weidman has
directed this benefit for 34 years. It is the only fundraiser
for the organization. Please support Shirley and the William M. BeDell Center. Tickets are only $15.00 dollars
per person. For tickets or for more information, contact
Sue Schmidt at 466-4216 or 466-8629. If you cannot attend please consider making a donation.
Calendar:
October 21-26—Book Fair/Community Center
October 27-31—Red Ribbon Week
October 31—Spirit Day/Neon colors
November 5—Confirmation Meeting/7:00pm/
Community Center
November 10—11:00am dismissal/Parent Teacher
Conferences 12:00-7:00pm
November 11—Veteran’s Day/No School/
Papa John’s Night
November 12—Picture Retakes
NOTICE
“St. Ambrose School admits students of any race, color,
sex or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made
available to students at the school. It does not discriminate
on the basis of race, color, sex, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and school administered programs.”
Scholastic Bookfair
We will be open following Mass on
October 26th—Donut Sunday
Please stop by and
check out all the gift ideas.
Applefest Thank You
A BIG “Thank YOU” to everyone that helped make Applefest 2014 a success! We were blessed in many ways
this year with great weather, great turn out, and especially
great help. This event was made possible with the support
of our community, our school parents, and our parish
families and friends.
We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to all of
the businesses and individuals of the school and parish
that made contributions to Applefest. These donations help
provide tremendous amounts of support, resources and
funds that help our event continue to be a success each
year.
We would also like to thank all of the individuals and
families that donated time in various areas during the
event. Whether working the games, food or beverage areas, basket raffle, ticket sales, set up and tear down, Applefest could not have been done with out your help.
A special thank you to our Applefest committee: Tom
and Erin Spain, Jim and Amelia Dixon, Alison Richars,
Jaymie Smith, Jeff and Shannon Lauritzen, Kevin and
Darcy Rowland, and Suzanne and Bob Cogan. Your
countless hours and assistance in planning, set up and
work are most appreciated. You are a wonderful group of
people and we are truly grateful for all of your hard work
and efforts!
A very special thank you to former Applefest Chairs,
Craig & Katie Dixon. Your continued guidance, help, and
assistance in every aspect of Applefest was most appreciated (and needed.) We cannot begin to thank you enough!
Sincerely,
Kevin & Mary Kline, Applefest Co-Chairs
ST. AMBROSE
YOUTH GROUP
**Don’t forget to contribute to the Annual Coat Drive!
Watch your email for details of October activity. If anyone has any service projects for the Youth Group or you
know of someone who needs something done in our
church community please contact me—Marcia Dressman.
**Be sure and put these dates on your calendar!!
• November 9—meeting 5:00-7:00 PM will be helping
sort coats for the Women’s Group
• November 23—Tentative Activity
My contact information is: Marcia Dressman
[email protected]
Have a Blessed Day!
Liturgical Roles
Saturday, Nov. 1st & Sunday, Nov. 2nd
PRESIDER: Fr. Steve Pohlman
4:30 PM, 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM
LECTORS
4:30 PM Jerry Lavick
8:00 AM Marjorie Barban
10:30 AM Sandy Willings
EUCHARIST MINISTERS
4:30 PM Diane Adams, Anna Heavner, Lisa Heffington, Pat
Kessler, Michaela Moore, Sharon Roberts, Jack Von Ah, Kathy
Wittich.
8:00 AM Noncy Dooling, Terry Dooling, Ann Dooling, Linda
Hawkins, Cindy Mareing, Greg Mattingly, Sheila Mullen, Ida
Stevens.
10:30 AM Melissa Certa, Marsha Certa, Joseph Certa, Debbie
Marshall, Duane Mossman, Yvonne Mossman, Angie Nicholson, Linda Wickenhauser.
SERVERS
4:30 PM Annie Carpunky, Amber Dyer, Jon Podner
8:00 AM Natalie Brown, Stephen Elliott
10:30 AM Isaac Hendrickson, Jacob Hendrickson,
Emma Nicholson
GREETERS
4:30 PM Steve & Debbie Nolan
8:00 AM Terry & Noncy Dooling
10:30 AM Duane & Yvonne Mossman
GIFT BEARERS
4:30 PM Please Volunteer
8:00 AM Please Volunteer
10:30 AM Please Volunteer
USHERS
4:30 PM Chris Burns, Paul Crull, Jim Ellebracht, Wayne
Hensley, Tom Papin, Tom Schmidt.
8:00 AM Jim Baalman, Allen Davenport, Max Heinz, Tom
Juravich, Robert Klaus.
10:30 AM Jerry Elliott, Joey File, Bill Horn, John Kline, John
Klockenkemper, Jack Seibold, Larry Spain.
USHERS
Please be aware of parishioners seated in your areas that
need communion brought to them in their pews.
Please alert the Eucharistic Minister
Thank you for your cooperation
Glory To God, glory to God, glory to God in the
highest,
And earth peace, on earth peace to people of good
will.
We praise You, we bless You, we adore You, we
glorify You,
We give You thanks for Your great glory, Lord
God, heavenly King, O God, almighty Father.
Lord Jesus Christ, only Begotten Son,
Lord God, Lamb of God, son of the Father,
You take away the sins of the world,
Have mercy on us; (echo)
You take away the sins of the world,
Receive our prayer; (echo)
You are seated at the right hand of the Father;
Have mercy on us. (echo)
For you alone are the Holy One, You alone are the
Lord,
You alone are the Most High, Jesus Christ,
With the Holy spirit, in the glory of God the Father.
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts.
Heaven and earth are full of Your glory.
Hosanna in the highest, hosanna in the highest.
Blessed is He,
blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord.
Hosanna in the highest, hosanna in the highest.
Hosanna in the highest, hosanna in the highest.
Please keep in prayer those in
the military.
Tim Baker, Kraig Kline,
Tyler Jones, Sean Mullen,
Cpl John Schwank USMC
Ronald Wisnasky, USMC
Grant Jones
Please call the parish office at
466-2921 with other names.
The St. Ambrose Women’s Group
Is now selling Pecans 16oz $11.00; English Walnuts 12oz
$9.00; Cashews 12oz $9.00; Cinnamon Glazed Pecans
10oz $8.00; Chocolate Covered Pecans 12oz $8.00;
Pecan Caramel Clusters 8oz $8.00; Pecan Log Roll 4oz
$5.00. Just stop by the Parish office and place your order
today. They will be arriving the first week of November,
just in time for your holiday baking and gift giving. Payment is due at time of order.
Deadline for ordering is Monday, October 27th.
Please remember St. Ambrose Parish and
School in your will and financial planning.
Families and friends who have military service members will gather for the 6pm mass at Sts. Peter & Paul
Catholic Church on Monday, October 27th. All are welcomed. Any questions please contact Kris Kline at:
[email protected]
Please note:
Anyone interested in meeting monthly to
pray for those family and friends who serve in our military
and their families please contact Kris Kline at:
[email protected]
Volunteer Appreciation Open House
Happy 80th Birthday to
Fr. Rudy Nowakowski, OMI
On October 26th
(As they say in Latin) Multos Annos
Many More Years!
For all volunteers in the parish
To thank You For Your Generous
Gift of time and talent
Sunday, November 16th
9:00 AM—Noon
St. Ambrose Community Center
Please stop by and share a treat with us
Donuts, muffins, fruit & punch
Thank You
We would like to thank all who participated in
the run/walk for the Dravet Syndrome Foundation on October 4th or donated in some other
way. The event was a big success and we
appreciate your support.
The Sutphin Family
In Appreciation
I would like to thank all of the members of St.
Ambrose, the Parish Staff, Cass, Deacon bill and Father
Steve for all the prayers, cards and support given to me
and my family during our time of grieving for the passing of my mother. Since I could not be home, there is no
other place I would choose to be, but here surrounded by
my St. Ambrose Family.
God’s Blessings to you ALL,
Katia and family
“We can do no great things. We can only do small
things with great love.”
Mother Theresa
An Evening of Art & Jazz
Sat. Nov. 8th at Lewis & Clark Community College, Hatheway Hall, 5800 Godfrey Rd. Godfrey. Silent Art Auction —
6:30pm. Ralph Butler Group—6:30pm; Charles Glenn
Group—7:30pm. Tickets $45.00, purchase tickets from the
Catholic Children's Home or an Advisory Board Member.
For more info call 618-465-3594.
Benefitting the Catholic Children’s Home.
Fr. Jerry Wickenhauser’s
8oth Birthday is Sunday,
November 16th. If you would like to send
your good wishes to him.
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Marquette Catholic High School
OPEN HOUSE
Marquette Catholic High school is having an OPEN
HOUSE on Sunday, October 26th from 1-3pm. There
will be short presentations by current graduates at 1:15
and 2:15pm in the gym. Come and see why Marquette
students score so well on the ACT and AP Exams. Come
and meet the students and their teachers. Bring the whole
family. Any questions Meg Miller at 618-463-0585 for
more information.
Marquette Alumni & Parents of Alumni
The Marquette Catholic School Board is in the process of
developing a 5 year Strategic Plan and we are asking for
your input! Please participate in a current online survey
and/or small focus groups that will be held the first week
of November. You can go to www.marquettecatholic.org
NOW to sign up. Look under Announcements
Strategic Plan Survey(s) and Signup for Strategic Plan
Focus Groups. Your input is needed and appreciated.
Thank you!
Grave Blankets & Pillows for Sale
St. Patrick’s Cemetery is please to announce that it will be
selling grave pillows & blankets. For more information
contact6 Dan Gebben at the cemetery office at 618-4660252. Installation is included for all grave at St. Patrick's
Cemetery. Blankets $60.00 and Pillows $40.00
Needs some one to clean her apartment.
Please call Mary at 466-0939
Stewardship
The Amount Given to the Parish
October 19, 2014
Wk #42
Regular Collection
Loose
Votive
Organ Fund
Total Parish Collection
Diocesan & Special Collections
Marquette Catholic High School
Sister Parish-Guatemala
St. Ambrose Education Endowment Fund
Propagation of Faith-World Mission
All Saints
Total of all Collections
•
7,882.00
339.00
32.00
109.00
8,362.00
62.00
225.00
262.00
878.00
37.00
9,726.00
213 envelope holders contributed to the Sunday Collection
OUR 2014 ACSA PARISH ASSESTMENT
$69,275.00
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618-462-8123
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101 EastGate Plaza, East Alton
618-251-2001
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Joan Wiedman, Broker Associate
Attorney
2502 State Street
Brighton, IL
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Medicaid • VA Pension • Nursing Homes
Planning for Disabled Child
618-980-3656
(618) 466-6931
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Serving the Community for over 65 Years.
John W. Hoefert, Jr.
wson INC.
DaROOFING,
Specialists In Quality
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Member RCGA and NRCA
Fully Insured For Your Protection
Financing Available
Since 1978 FREE ESTIMATES
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314-837-4671 • 636-949-6821
IL: 618-207-4175
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023900 St Ambrose Church (A)
Attorney At Law
MATT BROWN
855-546-1383
General Practice of Law
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465-1712
1305 D’Adrian Professional Park
in Godfrey, Illinois
eye exams, glasses, contact lenses
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2415 Home Adams Pkwy
258-4800
467-2500
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618-972-7700
314-355-7700
Serving Illinois and Missouri
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465-3571
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377-4000
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