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COMMEMORATIONOFALLTHEFAITHFULDEPARTED•NOVEMBER2,2014
HOLY ROSARY
CATHOLIC PARISH
724EASTBOONESLICKROAD•WARRENTON,MISSOURI63383-2216
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Reverend John Mayo
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Mark Schmierbach
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(636) 456-3698 ext. 1
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MISSIONSTATEMENT
Holy Rosary Parish, empowered
by the Holy Spirit, strives to
create a faith community that
loves one another through
prayer, service, education,
example and support. We are
called to use the gifts and talents
God has given us to challenge
ourselves and reach out to
others with Christ’s love.
Holy Rosary Parish - Reaching out to others with Christ’s love
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COMMEMORATIONOFALLTHEFAITHFULDEPARTED(ALLSOUL’SDAY)NOVEMBER2,2014
HOLYROSARYPARISHDIRECTORY
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PARISHOFFICE:456-3698ext.1
456-5560 FAX
OFFICEHOURS:Monday-Friday,8:30amto4:30pm.
MASSSCHEDULE:
Ext. 1: Debbie Brown, Parish Secretary
[email protected]
Ext. 3: Fr. John Mayo, Parochial Administrator
[email protected]
Ext. 4: Jean Hayden, Parish School of Religion
[email protected]
Ext. 240: Doris Miller, Bookkeeper
[email protected]
Saturday (vigil): 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am
1:30 pm (Spanish)
Monday through Friday: 8:00 am
First Saturday Devotion Mass: 8:00 am
Holy Days: Varies, see bulletin
PARISHWEBSITE:
www.holyrosarywarrenton.com
EUCHARISTICADORATION:
Adoration is in the church weekly on Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.
until Wednesday, 7:45 am. Benediction of the Most
Blessed Sacrament Wednesday at 7:45 a.m.
HOLYROSARYSCHOOL:456-3698ext.2
716 East Booneslick Road, Warrenton, MO 63383
Ext. 2: School Menu
Ext. 231: Lori Racine, Principal
[email protected]
Ext. 230: Janice Holt, Secretary
[email protected]
PERPETUALHELPDEVOTIONS:
Devotions, Tuesday morning after the 8:00 am Mass.
SACRAMENTOFRECONCILIATION:
SCHOOLWEBSITE:
Tuesday & Thursday: 7:30 - 7:50 am.
Saturday: 4:00 - 4:45 pm.
Sunday: 7:30 - 7:50 am.
Confessions available anytime by appointment, call the
parish of ice to arrange a time.
www.holyrosarywarrenton.net
HOLYROSARYACTIVITYCENTER
636-456-3698, ext. 235
PARISH SERVICES
PARISHHALLRENTAL:Call the parish office, ext. 1.
SACRAMENTOFBAPTISM:
SUNDAYBULLETINARTICLES
Must be a registered member of the parish and have
attended a pre-baptismal class. See Father John after
mass, then call the parish of ice.
Please submit bulletin articles by Noon on Monday.
Email articles to [email protected]
or drop it off at the parish office. Holidays may
change this schedule.
SACRAMENTOFMATRIMONY:
Arrangements must be made with Father John, at least 6
months in advance. Preparation program is required. No
weddings after 2:00 pm on Saturday.
NEWPARISHIONERS
Welcome to our Parish. We ask that you register at the
parish of ice as soon as possible. If you are moving
please notify the parish of ice.
COMMUNIONCALLS:
We will be glad to visit homebound and bring Holy
Communion for long or short term con inement at home.
PARISHIONERINFORMATIONFORM
Please complete this form and place in collection basket or mail to:
HOSPITALCALLS:
Holy Rosary Church, 724 E. Booneslick Rd., Warrenton, MO 63383
We like to visit our parishioners who are hospitalized. If
you know of someone in the parish who is in the hospital,
please notify the parish of ice. HOSPITALS NO LONGER
CONTACT US FOR PARISHIONERS.
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FACEBOOK: Keep informed about
events at Holy Rosary. Visit the parish
website and click on the Facebook link.
You don’t need a facebook account to
view the page.
COMMEMORATIONOFALLTHEFAITHFULDEPARTED(ALLSOUL’SDAY)NOVEMBER2,2014
 From Father John’s Desk...
Fall DinnerGratitude
Thank you to all who came to
work, shop, and eat last
weekend at our Fall Dinner. We
served over 1,800 dinners and
had good crowds upstairs
shopping as well! The Lord
certainly blessed us with good
weather.
Our next dinner is April 26. Let
us begin to pray and work now
to make this dinner such a
blessed success as this Fall
Dinner was.
FeastofAllSaints
One popular question kids ask
to try to stump me is how many
saints. The real answer
frustrates them: we do not
know.
Our not knowing comes
partially out of the different
ways saints have been named
over the centuries and
preservation of records. Lists
do vary, but there are at least a
couple of thousand saints the
Catholic Church has canonized.
These holy men and women
have been given to us by God as
examples of holiness to help us
on the way to heaven. Others
have also been named as
patron saints for different
professions, activities, or over
other parts of human life. May
we not forget to ask the help of
these holy men and women in
our life.
with the Lord and saints in
heaven. How can our prayers
now help our family
members, friends, or people
who we do not even know,
reach heaven?
Think of a straight line,
stretching from the time of
creation to the inal judgment.
We only live during one small
segment of it, and thus have a
limited perspective of the line.
But God, is over and above the
line. He sees all creation in a
moment. With such
perspective, God knows in
advance that we are going to
pray for someone who may be
in need of prayer to receive
His mercy at the moment of
death, or who are in
purgatory and need prayer to
be puri ied of their sins.
With the perspective God has,
no one is ever beyond mercy
or needing our prayers.
Instead, praying for souls is a
fruitful privilege that allows
us to continue to feel close to
those who have died. Whether
it is a person we feel certainly
is in heaven, or a person who
we thought we would never
pray for due to the hurt they
caused in our life, or a person
we do not know, let us pray
for the dead, knowing that it
is ours to do and for God to do
what He needs to do with our
prayers.
FeastofAllSouls
This Sunday, we remember all
of the faithfully departed and
pray that they may be joined
ClassonTheologyofthe
Body
Plan on attending the class
that I will be teaching on
Theology of the Body
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beginning next Tuesday,
November 11, at 7:00 pm in
the school library. This
interesting look at the human
person through the eyes of
faith will hopefully enlighten
and inspire you on the path to
heaven.
FaithfulCitizenship
Election Day is Tuesday,
November 4, 2014. As
Catholics we are encouraged
to actively participate in the
political process while taking
into account the moral
dimensions of each issue. For
information on forming your
conscience, visit archstl.org/
faithful-citizenship. On this
webpage you will ind political
process guidelines, an
overview of Church teaching,
prayer resources, and more.
I will see you in Church! - Fr.
John
PRAYERSFOR
FATHERDEMPSEY
Former pastor, Fr. Jack
Dempsey, remains at St
Agnes Home in Rm. 15, on
hospice care. It is difficult
for him to talk on the phone
but he continues to welcome
brief visits from his friends
& former parishioners. The
Home is located at 10341
Manchester Rd. Kirkwood,
MO (the cross street is
Woodlawn). He asked for
your continued prayers.
COMMEMORATIONOFALLTHEFAITHFULDEPARTED(ALLSOUL’SDAY)NOVEMBER2,2014
 PRAY FOR OUR MILITARY 
Werememberthefollowingwhoserveourcountry:
RYAN MEADOR........................................ Army, Italy
JOHN ANTAL ............................................. Air Force, USA
JEFF ANTAL............................................... Air Force, USA
BRYAN C. SCHLENTHER ...................... Navy, USA
RYAN DOUGHERTY................................ Air Force, U.S.A.
DANIEL HOEFLER .................................. Army, Afghanistan
CAMERON Mc CARTY ........................... U.S., Nat’l Guard
MATTHEW COTNER .............................. Army, Nat’l Guard
KEITH NIEMANN .................................... Army, Nat’l Guard
COREY HUGHES ...................................... Afghanistan
MIGUEL CARLOS ..................................... Air Force
THOMAS KNAUST .................................. Air Force, USA
KYLE KISNER............................................ Iraq
DANIEL HESS ........................................... Army, USA
MICHAEL SCHREINER .......................... Marines, USA
TREVOR OWENBY.................................. Marine, USA
ZACHARY KNAUS ................................... Air Force, Japan
MARK STOVERINK ................................. Air Force, USA
MATT COOPER......................................... Marines, Afghanistan
BEN CORBETT ......................................... Army, Iraq
AMANDA ANDRILIUNAS ..................... Army, USA
JEFF ANDRILIUNAS ............................... Army, USA
CHRISTOPHER HAWKINS ................... Army, USA
CHRIS GAMBLIN ..................................... Army, Iraq
ROLANDO COLON .................................. Army, Afghanistan
JAKE McCULLEN ..................................... Army, USA
CARL FINNERN........................................ Marines Reserve, USA
RYAN MORSE ........................................... Army, USA
FRANCISCO CARLOS, JR. ...................... Navy, USA
TYLER SPARKS ........................................ Air Force, USA
KRISTEN BADGLEY................................ Marines, USA
BEN GOSSETT .......................................... Marines, Afghanistan
CHRIS STUART ........................................ A ir Force, Afghanistan
MICHAEL RAINE ..................................... Army, USA
ERIC PAYNE .............................................. Marines, Japan
NATHAN MILLIGAN .............................. Army, Nat’l Guard
ANDREY SUTTON ................................... Marines, USA
October19,2014(envelopes)
Regular Envelopes (197) ....................... $ 9,226.50
Loose Change ..................................................... 895.57
School Support (2).............................................. 30.00
Tuition Assistance (3) .............................. 310.00
Building Maintenance ()..............................................
1:30 p.m. Spanish ............................................. 219.47
Meat for Fall Dinner (7)................................. 625.00
Registeredfamilies(871)
ParishionerMatchingGifts ..................... .110.00
CompanyMatchingGifts .................................... .00
[Permanent Diaconate ............ 20.00]
[World Missions....................... 471.00]
Grand Total ................................. $ 11,907.54
Total for Parish ......................... $ 11,416.54
AllSoul’sDay
“Those who trust in him will
understand truth, and the faithful will
abide with him in love, because grace
and mercy are upon his elect, and he watches over
his holy ones.” Wisdom of Solomon 3:9
Here’s the ironic thing about people who are
generous. Those that give freely and cheerfully do
not do it to be rewarded. They do it to show their
love for God and their neighbors. Yet, because of
their generosity, they typically are given more
than they gave away!
PRAYERFOROURMILITARY
Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands.
Protect them as they protect us. Bless
them and their families for the sel less acts
they perform for us in our time of need.
We ask this in the name of Jesus, our Lord
and Savior. Amen.
“LADIESCRAFTANDCROPNIGHT”
ST.PETER’SPLAY
Linda Daly, cantor at 5:00 p.m. mass, has
the lead in a play, “Smoke on the Mountain”, a very funny musical with lots of
gospel and bluegrass music. There is a group going
from church, including Fr. John, on November16th
(incorrect date given previously). The play is in St.
Peters at 2:00 p.m. Carpools from church. If interested, contact Linda at 636-456-0776. Tickets are $12.
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Friday, November 7th at 6 pm
Holy Rosary Activity Center
We are going to try to do this the
irst Friday of every month.
Bring a project to work on could be
scrapbooking, card making, crocheting or just come and visit.
Bring a snack to share.
Bring your own drinks
Open to all the ladies of the parish
RSVP to call Sara Schneider 636-359-3574 or
Debbie Brown at the Parish Office
COMMEMORATIONOFALLTHEFAITHFULDEPARTED(ALLSOUL’SDAY)NOVEMBER2,2014
150thAnniversaryPhoneDirectory
St.Ann’sSodality:December meeting, has
changed to Monday, December 1st because Monday,
December 8th is the Immaculate Conception (a Holy
Day of Obligation). The Christmas Party and Meeting
will be on MONDAY,DECEMBER1ST,at 6:00 pm in
the Cafeteria. St. Ann’s will provide the meal. Bring a
$5.00 gift for Rob Your Neighbor. We would also like
to invite anyone who is interested in seeing what St.
Ann’s is all about to attend the Christmas Party.
We are in the process of updating our annual Guide
Book & Directory for the Church. Recent survey results by Guide Book Publishing show that 92.1% of
families would rather patronize a Guide Book & Directory advertiser over a non-advertiser. It “will pay” to
advertise in our new Guide Book & Directory.To ind
out about advertising in our book, please call the
ChurchOf ice.
UpdateMemberInformation
INOTHERPLACES...
Does our Church database have YOUR family membership record correct? Here is your chance to update
YOUR record for our annual Guide Book & Directory.
It is time for us to update our database with any changes, additions, or deletions that may have occurred in
YOUR family over the past year.
Have you changed your phone number? Are you preparing to move soon? Are all of your children still at
home and are they all included in your membership
record? If you have not already informed the Church
Of ice about changes to your record, please let us
know now so that the information in the Guide Book &
Directory is correct.
The Church Of ice number is 636-456-3698.
Thank you for your help!
St.VincentCo-EdDartballTournament, November
7-8, at St. Vincent Dining Hall, Dutzow, MO. $80 per
team, no alcohol brought in. Call Julie at 636-6671481.
St.Joseph’sChurchofNeier,ShootingMatch,
Sunday, November 2, 2014, 12:00 noon to ? No scopes,
factory barrels only. West on Hwy 50, 1 mile beyond
Union, MO. Turn left of UU to Church Grounds.
ATTENTIONCRAFTERS
St.PaulLadiesSodalityFallQuiltSocial
Sat., Nov. 8th at the St. Paul Knights of Columbus Hall
Doors open at 11am - Bingo starts at noon
Lunch will be served. Quilt raf le also available
AllSaintsCraftBazaar has a limited number of spots
available for the show on Saturday, November 8,
2014. The show is for hand-made items only, no vendors. If you’re interested in participating, please call
Beverly Miller at 636-980-2212 or
Mindy Tihen 314-608-0238.
St.Dominic2ndAnnualJoeHaug“GIVETHANKS”
5KRun/Walkis Saturday, November 29, 2014 at St.
Dominic High School. A “GIVE THANKS” FOOD DRIVE
will accompany the race. Non-perishable items only.
Trophies awarded for Top 3 Overall Men and Top 3
Overall Women plus medals for top 3 men and women
in 6 age categories. T-Shirts guaranteed for all participants. $20 Registration Fee. All Proceeds to bene it
Alumni/Dominican Scholarship funds.
Online Registration at https://racesonline.com/
events/joe-haug-give-thanks-5k
Contact Beth Runge – [email protected] 636240-8303 ext 119 for more information.
2ndAnnualHolidayCraftFair,St.Joseph/
Josephvilleis hosting on Sat., Nov. 15 from 10am4pm. Free admission. Unique handcrafted items for
all your Christmas shopping needs. Raf les, door prizes, food & drink, kids area. If interested in being a
vendor or for more info, contact Christy Blair at
[email protected]
St.TheodoreOneStopHolidayShoppingandBake
Sale,November 16th. Looking for crafters. Contact
Tammy Forbeck at 314-550-5127 for information or
registration form.
PRO-LIFEROSARY
Please join us for the
Pro-Life Rosary,
Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014 1:00 pm
at the Blessed Mother Statue
at school
OR in case of bad weather
in the Annex.
THANKYOU:God answers prayers! Thanks
for your continued prayers for the past year.
They made all the difference. Thanks to those
who sent cards, lowers and Mass Intentions. I'm
so blessed to be a part of the Holy Rosary family.
Carol Ditto
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COMMEMORATIONOFALLTHEFAITHFULDEPARTED(ALLSOUL’SDAY)NOVEMBER2,2014
Ministers
oftheLiturgy
MassIntentions
Monday,November3,2014
8:00 a.m. - Special Intention
Tuesday,November4,2014
8:00 a.m. - JoAnne Katko
Wednesday,November5,2014
8:00 a.m. - Jerry Abernathy
Thursday,November6,2014
8:00 a.m. - Jerry Abernathy
Friday,November7,2014
8:00 a.m. - Vocations
Saturday,November8,2014
5:00 p.m. - Al Mennemeier
Sunday,November9,2014
8:00 a.m. - Gene Flake
9:30 a.m. - Connie Gross
11:00 a.m. - For the People
1:30 p.m. - Special Intention (Hispanic Mass)
ExtraordinaryMinistersofHolyCommunion
Saturday,November8,2014
5:00 p.m. - Nancy Shilharvey, Harry Wilde, S. Abernathy
Sunday,November9,2014
8:00 a.m. - Jo Verhaeghe, Marilyn Stuart, Jojo Pilla
9:30 a.m. - Pat McCullen, Shirley Millam, Jessica Neff
11:00 a.m. - Chris McCormick, Pat Radel, Linda Reinhardt
Lectors
Saturday,November8,2014
5:00 p.m. - Denis Boles
Sunday,November9,2014
8:00 a.m. - Margie Ware
9:30 a.m. - Jessica Gerdeman
11:00 a.m. - Mary Beelek
MassServers
Saturday,November8,2014
5:00 p.m. - Catherine & Dan Le
Sunday,November9,2014
8:00 a.m. - Shane & Nash Vehige
9:30 a.m. - Emma Hambach & Elizabeth McChristy
11:00 a.m. - Melissa Locke & Ariana Wurth
TheLord’sWord
TODAY'SREADINGS
(Several other reading choices available.)
FirstReading-- The souls of the just are in the hands
of God, and no torment shall touch them (Wisdom 3:1-9).
Psalm -- The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I
shall want (Psalm 23).
SecondReading-- Hope does not disappoint, because
the love of God has been poured out into our hearts
(Romans 5:5-11) or Romans 6:3-9.
Gospel-- This is the will of the Father, that everyone
who sees the Son and believes may have eternal life
(John 6:37-40).
UshersforNovember2014
5:00pmMasses-Saturday
Jerry Rust
Merlyn Petersmeyer
Dale Avis
John Barry
8:00amMasses-Sunday
Len Eggering
Francis Ebbesmeyer
Ron Prenger
Norbert Prenger, Sr.
9:30amMasses-Sunday
Alan Kirchner
Charlie Pristel
Frank Stanek
Tony Van Booven
11:00amMasses-Sunday
John Sharp
Madge Flake
Shelia Tucker
William Sherman
If any Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion,
Lector, Server or Usher is unable to perform his or
her ministry at the scheduled time, please call for
your own replacement. New volunteers are always
welcome.
READINGSFORTHEWEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
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Phil 2:1-4; Ps 131:1bcde-3; Lk 14:1214
Phil 2:5-11; Ps 22:26b-32; Lk 14:15-24
Phil 2:12-18; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14;
Lk 14:25-33
Phil 3:3-8a; Ps 105:2-7; Lk 15:1-10
Phil 3:17 -- 4:1; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 16:1-8
Phil 4:10-19; Ps 112:1b-2, 5-6, 8a, 9;
Lk 16:9-15
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9;
1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22
COMMEMORATIONOFALLTHEFAITHFULDEPARTED(ALLSOUL’SDAY)NOVEMBER2,2014
FALLDINNERWINNERS:
QUILT
$500
$100
$100
$100
Please pray for the repose of the soul of:
CLARAPERRIN,
Mother and mother-in-law of
GeorgeandPatThess,and
Grandmother of FatherBillThess,
Former Pastor of our parish.
50/50
AttendencePrize
BasketWinners:
#1
Ed Orf
#2
Mike Melvin
#3
Makenzie Bethmann
#4
Bill Verhaeghe
#5
Rachel Whiticar
#6
Bob & Holly Neske
#7
Janet Marchand
#8
Robyn McNew
#9
Bob & Holly Neske
#10
#11
#12
#13
#14
#15
#16
#17
#18
Debbie Brown
May her soul and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Divorced and Separated Catholics
NEW! The Office of laity and Family Life is pleased to
announce the beginning of a new ministry to Catholics
who have suffered from divorce: The Catholic’s Divorce
Survival Guide, a 12 week program covers denial, anger,
grief, guilt, forgiveness, money, the kids, and more. Immaculate Conception Parish-Dardenne is hosting the program beginning January 8, 2015. $25 fee for materials,
with scholarships available. Contact Debi at
[email protected] or 314-276-3859.
Joe Flake
Shirley Marshall
Kevin Scego
Virginia Garrick
Penny Horstdaniel
Jessica Neff
Carolyn Vehige
Rylee Cary
Rylee Cary
Shirley Marshall
MEETINGS
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KnightsofColumbusMeeting, Tuesday,
November 4, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., Social Hour at
6:00 p.m., Dinner is after the meeting.
TRIVIAforMIDDLESCHOOLERS
The National Honor Society of Barat Academy is hosting its 3rd Annual Middle School Trivia Night on November 7. **Attendance Prizes** Prize for Best
Themed Table**Heads or Tails**Raf le** Doors open
at 5:30, trivia begins at 6. The cost is $80 per table or
$15 a person.
Register online at
www.baratacademy.org
SeniorSinglesMeeting,Wednesday, November
5, 2014, at 10:30 a.m. in the Annex.
St.VincentdePaulSocietyMeeting,Wed.,
November 5, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. in the Annex.
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MOTHEROFDIVINEMERCYPRAYERGROUP:Every
Monday after Holy Mass. All are welcome.
BirthrightofWentzville
Any interested parties are invited to attend the
November 3, 2014 Altar Sodality meeting at 7:00 p.m.
in the St. Mary’s Parish Center, 129 Washington St.,
Hawk Point, MO 63349. We will have a GUEST
SPEAKERfrom Birthright of Wentzville. Diane
Graslie, Director of Birthright of Wentzville. Diane will
speak about Birthright. So, if you are curious, please
join us. We will have questions at the end of the
presentation. Light refreshments will be available,
also. Please RSVP by Saturday, November 1, 2014 to
Theresa Pope by calling or texting 636.358.0036 or
email at [email protected] Thank you for your
interest in this worthy community outreach.
Donations are always welcome, but not required, in
support of this worthy cause!”
Patrick Pitti Florissant, MO
Robin Locke Wright City, MO
Noreta Martinek Hawk Point, MO
Mary Dust Ellisville, MO
Colleen Grillo Wright City, MO
QUILTING:Every Tuesday from 8:30 am - 3:00 pm in
the cafeteria (use rear door); Thursday evening 6:009:00 pm.
YOUTHGROUP:Every Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. in the School Library.
LEGIONOFMARY:Every Thursday evening at 6:00
pm in the Annex.
RITEOFCHRISTIANINITIATIONOFADULTS
(RCIA):Every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in School Library.
MEN’SFELLOWSHIP:2nd and 4th Saturday from
7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. in the School Library.
JONAHPRAYERTEAM:Second weekend of every
month, after 5 p.m. and 11:00 a.m. Masses.
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