DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA • NOVEMBER 9, 2014

DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA • NOVEMBER 9, 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
It is a goal of St. Dominic Catholic
Parish and our Quad-parish cluster to
offer good experiences of Eucharistic
adoration for all Catholics in our area;
and by working together, to help
accomplish a beautiful and sacred
perpetual adoration of Jesus Christ in
the Holy Eucharist!
On Monday, November 3, I had the
enjoyable opportunity of presiding at
SURRENDER, a Night of Adoration and
Worship, here at St. Dominic. This new
offering of Eucharistic Adoration has
been coordinated by Brian Magliocco,
our parish Evangelization Minister. It
features praise and worship music, a
Scripture reading and homily, along
with Benediction. The next Surrender
evening will take place on Monday,
December 1.
Our neighbors at St. Mary’s Visitation
Parish, Elm Grove, have opened their
offering of perpetual Eucharistic
Adoration to our Quad-parish cluster.
This is a blessing to be able to offer
adoration of our Lord in his Eucharistic
presence, perpetually.
It is an ambitious task to find people
willing to cover the hours of every day.
If you would like to take part in this
devotional prayer and would like to
commit yourself to a specific time
period on a regular basis, please call St.
Mary’s Liturgy and Music Office for
more information at 262.782.4485.
In addition to this, our parish Chapel
is open for your convenience during
the day on weekdays for prayer and
reflection in the presence of the Risen
Jesus, reserved in the tabernacle.
~Father David H. Reith
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Celebration Of Adult Confirmation
Next week, we have the wonderful opportunity to celebrate
the sacrament of Confirmation of Stephanie Julie Grassel.
Because, ordinarily, the celebration of the sacrament of
Confirmation is reserved for the bishops, we rarely have the
opportunity to celebrate the sacrament in the setting of our
parish liturgies. Archbishop Listecki has given Father Dave
permission to confirm Stephanie on Sunday, November 16 at the 9:00 am Mass.
Stephanie was a member of St. Dominic Catholic Parish as a child, and some of
you may remember supporting her and her family when she became seriously ill
in her childhood. Stephanie is an amazing young woman, and her faith is
inspiring. Please join us for this wonderful celebration!
Farewell To Susan McNeil!
Next weekend, at all Masses, Susan will be speaking
to extend her farewell, after 14 incredible, very blessed
years of serving the St. Dominic Catholic Parish
community.
Between the 9:00 am and 11:00 am Masses, there
will be a reception in the Marcy Center. Please come
for refreshments and to wish Susan well in her new
position of Director of the Nazareth Project for
Marriage and Family Formation. Susan will also be
available to greet you, after all of the other Masses, in
the south narthex.
Attention Seniors!
On Tuesday, Nov. 11, our day will
begin with Mass at 10:30 am
celebrated by Fr. Brad.
The LIR singers will entertain us for
our program.
Parishioner Rita
Arnold is a
longtime
member of this
group. Please call Valerie Cherek at
262.523.0748 for reservations for
this meeting.
Don’t Miss Our Christmas Party!
Our traditional off-site Christmas
luncheon will be held at the Silver
Spring Golf Club this year!
Information and menu selection
forms are available in the kiosks in
both narthexes of Church. Payment
and the form are due at the
November 11 meeting or returned to
the Parish Center by this date. The
program for the Christmas party will
be The Broadway Singers, back by
popular demand!!
We look forward to seeing all
members, guests and newcomers!
Singers Needed For The
Christmas Season
Singers of all voice ranges are
invited to join the St. Dominic Adult
Choir, as we
prepare for the
Christmas
Season. This is a
great
opportunity if
you have limited
time, but always
wanted to sing in
the choir. The
series of 7 weeks
of rehearsals
(Thursdays from
7-8:30 pm)
culminates with
Christmas
Masses, accompanied by members of
the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
For more information, please contact
Paul Burzynski, at
[email protected]
Volunteer Opportunity - College / Military
Care Package Help Is Needed
Care packages will be assembled on Saturday, Nov. 22,
from 9:00 am to 11:00 am in the Parish Center. If you are
able to help or would like more information, please
contact one of the Care Package Coordinators.
Donations are still being accepted for Care Packages going to college students
and military men and women. Cash donations, gift cards or product donations
of your choice can support this great cause. If you are able to support this
program, please contact the coordinators below or visit the parish website.
Thank you for supporting this worthwhile program!
College Care Package Coordinators
[email protected]
Meg Siehr 262.751.8751
Eileen Jarosz 262.650.0658
Can You Feel The Excitement?
We kicked off Smiles for Miles last weekend at all Masses.
Thank you so much to those who have chosen to participate in
this exciting project. If you were not able to stop by our table,
please consider selecting a box from your home and filling it
with school supplies, warm mittens, hats, socks and small treats.
You will find labels for your boxes on the tables in the narthexes. Many people
have asked, “Which age group of children receive the fewest boxes?” That is
definitely the older girls and boys in the age groups of 5 to 9 and 10 to 14 years.
That is not to say that each of the boxes isn’t a welcome blessing. Return your
filled boxes to the church by December 10. When you return your boxes, please
place them under the tables in the narthexes. If you have any questions, please
feel free to contact Stacey Seim at 262.780.1448 or [email protected]
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Pillar II: The Sacraments
The Seven Storey Mountain
St. Dominic Book Club
November Book Club Selection!
Pillar II: Sacraments is the second of
the four part Pillars program that will
launch you on an amazing journey
through the Catechism of the Catholic
Church. Don’t miss this opportunity
to take part in an inspiring learning
experience, sure to draw you closer to
Christ through deeper understanding
of the teachings of His Church.
Join us for Pillar II: Sacraments, in
the Marcy Center, beginning
December 9, 2014 at 7:00 pm and
continuing every Tuesday at 7:00 pm,
through March 17, 2015. For more
information or to register, contact
Debbie Caputo in the Parish Center, at
262.781.3480 or
[email protected]
In 1941, a brilliant, good-looking young man decided to
give up a promising literary career in New York, to enter
a monastery in Kentucky, from where he proceeded to
become one of the most influential writers of this century.
Talk about losing your life in order to find it. Thomas
Merton's first book, The Seven Storey Mountain,
describes his early doubts, his conversion to a Catholic
faith of extreme certainty, and his decision to take life
vows as a Trappist. Although his conversionary piety
sometimes falls into sticky-sweet abstractions, Merton's
autobiographical reflections are mostly wise, humble, and concrete. The best reason
to read The Seven Storey Mountain, however, may be the one Merton provided in
his introduction to its Japanese translation: "I seek to speak to you, in some way, as
your own self. Who can tell what this may mean? I myself do not know, but if you listen,
things will be said that are perhaps not written in this book. And this will be due not to
me but to the One who lives and speaks in both."
Questions? Contact Nancy Jurss at [email protected]
Please join us Monday, November 10 at 7:00 pm in the Parish
Center, for a discussion of “The Seven Storey Mountain” by
Thomas Merton. All are welcome!
St. Dominic Catholic Parish Is Hiring!
St. Dominic Catholic Parish is a large, suburban, vibrant, evangelizing parish
of 2,200 families. We are seeking a
dynamic, energetic professional for the
exciting position of Pastoral Associate.
Primary responsibilities include:
Assist the parish priests in overseeing
the pastoral care needs of the parish.
Direct parish bereavement ministry.
Direct human concerns and outreach
ministries.
Direct adult and family ministry,
including RCIA and Adult Confirmation.
Oversee parish discipleship and evangelization efforts.
Oversee marriage preparation.
St. Dominic is committed to growing intentional disciples, and this position is
a unique opportunity. This position includes some night and weekend work and
is a full-time, 12-month position.
A master's degree in theology, pastoral studies or ministry is preferred. A
bachelor's degree in those specific areas will also be considered.
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3
to
5 years ministerial experience minimum, preferably in a parish
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Active faith life
Practicing Catholic in good standing
Please email your resume and references to Amy Whittenberger,
Director of Administrative Services, at [email protected]
by November 21, 2014.
St. Dominic, pray for us!
IT'S BONUS DAYS!!! The more
desserts that are purchased, the more
our school earns! There are 14
delicious pies to choose from for your
Thanksgiving & Christmas
celebrations. As a bonus this month,
you will receive a FREE dessert
pedestal with a $90 purchase using
promo code NOVBONUS.
Order forms and additional
information can be found in both
narthexes. Go to
www.marketday.com and place an
order or complete and return the
order form to the school office.
Online orders should be placed by
Monday, Nov. 10 at 11:00 pm and
paper forms returned to the school
office before 12:00 pm on Friday,
Nov. 7. Orders can be picked up
Friday, Nov.14, in the school cafeteria
from 2:30-4:00 pm. If you have any
questions, please call Ann Klingsporn
at 262.844.8942.
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With Gratitude, Hope And Excitement For The Future, We Say
Thank You!
Right here, at 18255 W. Capitol Drive,
there is power, a mighty power, a fire
that is calling us to love God first, and to
love our neighbor as our self. Thank you
to all the parishioners who have
returned their commitment cards for the
annual renewal of financial support. We
are deeply grateful for your generosity and for answering the call to give from
your first fruits, not from what is left.
Over the past several weeks, we have heard about the revival. To be renewed,
to be reawakened, to restore trust, to be ignited in faith. 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.
As stewards of God's gifts, we are not to be passive beneficiaries. We are to
cooperate with God in our own redemption and in the redemption of others. We
are also obliged to be stewards of the Church—collaborators and cooperators in
continuing the redemptive work of Jesus Christ, which is the Church's essential
mission. This mission—proclaiming and teaching, serving and sanctifying—is
our task. It is the personal responsibility of each one of us as stewards of the
Church.
Thank you for your continued support. God bless and praise all of our
members for doing their part in carrying out our mission: to Seek Christ, Know
Christ, and Become Christ, each one for the sake of all.
Stewardship Summary
Budget for fiscal year end
6/30/15: $1,725,321
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Budget for 7/1/14 through
11/02/14: $525,781
Actual for 7/1/14 through
11/02/14: $525,317
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Budget for week ending
11/02/14: $34,027
Actual for week ending
11/02/14:
$43,172
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Thanksgiving Food Collection
We will be collecting non‐perishable
food and cash
donations to benefit
our parish St. Vincent
de Paul Society in
their ministry of reaching out to the
hungry, especially, in their work with
the Waukesha Food Pantry.
Please bring your donations to the
8:30 am Thanksgiving morning Mass.
Your gifts will be brought to the altar
during the preparation of the gifts.
Little Blue Book of Advent
Meditations
The “Little Blue Book” of daily
Advent meditations will be available
in the narthexes, beginning November
15/16 . This tool serves as an
excellent resource for connecting our
hearts to the deep spiritual meaning
of the Advent Season. These books
are available for a free will donation.
Please return the envelopes provided,
to the office in the Parish Center.
2015 Stewardship Renewal Update
The 2015 St. Dominic Stewardship Renewal offers you an opportunity to be
ignited in faith and to answer your call to holiness. Prayerfully consider what
God asks of you in relation to the financial resources given to you as His steward,
and renew your commitment to God using your skills, interests and talents. If
you have already renewed your commitment, thank you! To date, we have
received 461 commitment cards for a total pledge of $905,460. Our goal is
have 1,000 families pledge a total of $1,500,000.
Gifts to God through St. Dominic Catholic Parish directly support our mission
and ministries. Your increased offering will support the:
 Formation of intentional disciples by expanding adult lifelong faith formation
and evangelization efforts;
 Education and formation of our children and youth by providing additional
resources for our day school and child and youth ministries;
 Ongoing maintenance of our facilities, campus, and technology capabilities.
Please help us reach our goal by completing a 2015 stewardship commitment
card and returning it to the Parish Center or online at stdominic.net. For your
convenience, the renewal form is contained in this week’s bulletin. Thank you!
Year End Charitable Giving Ideas
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Gifts of appreciated stock will afford a charitable income tax deduction and
capital gains tax savings.
Many corporations will match gifts to a qualified non-profit organization
made by their employees and retirees.
Endowment Fund which is a separate entity created solely for the
furtherance of Catholic education and formation, including both the parish
day school and lifelong faith formation programs.
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Seeking Your Help
Congratulations to our SMART
team for passing the team
qualification round this past
weekend! Our eighth graders scored
29 out of 30 questions correctly to
include the extensions. Way to go,
Knights!
In case you didn't know, St.
Dominic Catholic School is the only
middle school in the United States
and Canada to have a SMART
team. We are very blessed to have a
wonderful collaboration with the
Medical College of Wisconsin and
Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Special thanks to founder and
coach, Mrs. Donna LaFlamme, junior
high science, for her dedication to our
students.
We are so very fortunate at St. Dominic to have
such a wonderful facility to host so many
opportunities to connect people to Jesus Christ
through us; his disciples. These facilities are shared
by so many people throughout the entire day that it
takes every person to help take care of them.
The parish and school Safety and Security
committee have been working hard to develop
plans to ensure that the facilities stay safe and that those who use this space are
safe at all times. This requires that those individuals that have keys to the
facilities use them with utmost care and responsibility. At no time should
individuals be entering our buildings without first seeking approval from the
pastoral staff even if they do have a key. We are concerned for the welfare of all
of our parishioners, employees and guests. Please report any and all instances
of key abuse to a member of the pastoral staff. Thank you.
First Reconciliation
Please keep our parish second graders in your prayers as
they participate in the sacrament of reconciliation for the
first time on either November 10 or 15.
May they feel and grow to know God’s unconditional love
for them as they continue on their faith journey.
Can You Help?
There is still a need for someone or a group to take on the
wonderful task of teaching the 1st grade class on Thursday
afternoons. If you are not able to commit to the entire semester,
would you consider helping in a few classes?
I am able to do one or two of them, but would appreciate any
help. I will provide you with lessons to look over and plan and
we have an abundance of supplies and materials to enrich the children's
learning with crafts, music, or viewing the church or chapel to enhance their
learning. If you are interested, please contact me, Mrs. Stacey Irvine, at your
earliest convenience, at [email protected] or 262.781.3480.
Sunday Nursery and Children’s Liturgy of the Word (C.L.O.W.)
Our Sunday nursery and C.L.O.W. will occur this weekend, during the 9:00 am
Mass. CLOW is designed for children in 1st- 4th grade. Father will call the
children to the sanctuary for a blessing and then they’ll go to the Marcy Center
for kid-friendly readings and discussion with some Confirmation candidates.
Reverse Trick-or-Treating
Two weeks ago, the K3-1st grade classes made treat bags for the
Ronald McDonald House families. Donations were greatly
appreciated and extremely generous. Thank you to those who
provided all sorts of treats, from candy, to stickers, to glow sticks.
These bags were made to share with a child being treated at
Children's Hospital. On Friday, October 31, Mrs. Irvine dropped off
325 goodie bags, and the Ronald Mc Donald House could not have
been more excited and happy to receive them! God’s blessings to those families,
as well as those here at St. Dominic, as they care for their sick children.
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 newborntoddler 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
Located in both narthexes of the
church are children’s bulletins and
crayons geared toward young ones
ages 3-7. Feel free to pick one up on
your way into Mass for them to do
activities and coloring during Mass.
These activities relate to the readings
and Gospel for that weekend. There is
also a basket of children’s books in
the narthexes for them to borrow and
put back after Mass. Please feel free
to help yourself in the event you
forgot to bring something along to
engage your little ones!
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Junior High (7th & 8th graders)
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PLUG-IN Youth Group- open to ALL 7th and 8th graders in the parish, on
Wednesday, November 19, 6:00-7:30 pm, in the Youth Room. It’s our
service night, and we’ll be making cards for a nursing home and for
wounded soldiers. We will have materials available and you can bring in
any materials to help make the cards. Call or email to let us know you are
coming.
Did You Know?
We have 4 teams in the CYM*
volleyball league?
High School (9th-12th graders)
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Join us for YOUTH GROUP on Wednesday, November 19, 7:30-9:00 pm, in
the Youth Room in the Parish Center. Chat, Create and Chew! Chat with
your peers, Help create something special for Christmas for someone in
need and chew on some snacks provided.
MISSION TRIPS for 2015
There are a few openings left for our trips! Please contact the Youth Ministry
office for details and fundraising options.
 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!
Youth Bible Study For Advent
Are YOU INTERESTED IN BEING A PART OF THIS?
To do so we need the following: (email or call with the information below)
Your name, email address, phone#
What night of the week works best for you 1st and 2nd choice
Would you be interested in being a part of the core team?
LFF For Teens
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7th grade: Nov. 9 & Nov. 23
8th grade: Nov. 16, 5:30-8:00 pm
(special evening session with
parents), and Nov. 23 at regular
time
9th grade: Nov. 9, Nov. 16
(special Church Tour session),
and Nov. 23.
10th grade: Nov. 15 (Saturday)
for Retreat and Nov. 23
Confirmation 2014-2015
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Session #2 (by leaders’ name)
Nov. 16 - Case/Thiel
Session #3 (by leaders’ name)
Nov. 9- Goetze/Bryant
Nov. 16- Alioto/Kearney, Baran/
Kane, Conway/Peot, Lengell/
McKibbin, Zwolinski
Nov. 23 - Whittenberger/Otten
Dec 14 - Case/Thiel
Service: Open Door Cafe
Nov. 16—Conway/Peot
Nov. 23—Alioto/Kearney
TODAY – come cheer on our vball
teams right here in our gym (Nov 9)
Playing at Noon (team Storts), 1:00
(team Jarosz), 2:00(Team Kohl) 3:00
(team Van)
They will also be playing here in
two weeks (Nov 23) To see the
season schedule go to: this website
http://www.cymvolleyball.com/ and
go to the season information..
We have 4 teams in the league. 3 in
the bronze league and 1 in the gold
league.
Lolek is a Catholic faith-building organization for ages
18-35. Join us every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month at
St. Mary's Visitation, in Elm Grove starting at 7:00 pm.
Meetings begin with adoration at 7:00 pm, followed by a speaker.
For more info, visit www.lolekyoungadults.com or like us on Facebook.
Join us this Tuesday, November 11, for
“Bioethics and End of Life Issues” with Dr. Dave Linn
Lolek Social Events
November 15- Potluck Dinner & Game Night! The night begins
at 5:00 pm with Mass at St. Mary’s in Elm Grove.
Something New for YOU from Lolek
Looking for a personal faith sharing experience while making friends with
other like-minded young adults? Would you like someone else to talk to about
the struggles and joys of being a being a young adult Catholic in today's
world? Lolek small faith-sharing groups are a great way to stay focused,
knowledgeable, and passionate about living the faith, while making friends with
amazing people. Topics include, but are not limited to: Bible studies, Theology
of the Body, any Catholic or Christian book, and any ideas you may have. Men's,
women's, and co-ed groups are available with meeting times to be determined
by each individual group.
The Lolek Core Team will set-up small groups this month, based on the
interest shown. Anyone interested in volunteering to lead a particular group is
also welcome to do so. If you are interested in the small groups, please email:
[email protected], with what kind of group (men's, women's, or
co-ed) you are interested in, if you would be interested in assisting with the
coordination, and any ideas for discussion material.
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The de Chantal Society For Women Meets Soon!
We invite all women to take a short respite that promises to offer you silence,
prayer, meditation and spiritual formation – time for you.
We are the de Chantal Society. Sponsored by Saint Francis
de Sales Seminary and the Nazareth Project for Marriage
and Family Formation of the Archdiocese, our mission is to
spiritually form and inspire Catholic women like St. Jane de
Chantal, who are integral to our families, vocations and the
Catholic Church. We ask nothing of you (except prayer!).
Join us at our November gathering (please choose the time
that works best for you, and invite a friend!): Wednesday, November 19 (7:00
– 9:00 pm) or Thursday, November 20 (9:00 – 11:00 am). All sessions take
place at Saint Francis de Sales Seminary, 3257 S. Lake Drive, St. Francis.
Please help us plan by emailing your RSVP to [email protected]
Scripture With Scholars
Join us on Tuesday, November 11, 2014,
from 7:00 – 8:30 pm, at the Cathedral of St.
John the Evangelist, 812 N Jackson St.,
Milwaukee, for an exploration of “Recovering
a Jewish Jesus and Discovering a Jewish
Christianity,” featuring biblical scholar, Fr.
Steven Lampe. This event is free and open to
the public. No registration is required.
Single Again
A Support Group for the Divorced
and Separated
Single Again is a quad-parish
support group for those in the
process of divorce and beyond.
It is open to men and women from
any parish or none, 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. The group meets every
other week from 7:00-8:30 PM at St.
John Vianney Parish, in the Parish
Center, room P201.
The next session will be on
Thursday, November 20, and the
topic will be “Dealing with the
Holidays: Practicalities.”
All are welcome!
Adult Speaker Series
You are invited to a gathering of
speakers at Blessed Savior
Parish. Pique your interest! Bring
questions! Be open for answers!
Walk away with some information!
Be wiser than before you came!
All sessions are in the Parish Hall
on Tuesdays, from 6:30-8:00 pm at
Blessed Savior Parish, 8545 W.
Villard Ave. There is no cost.
November 11, Lynn Ann Reesman,
Our Call to Holiness
December 2 & 9, Rich Harter,
Evangelization, also from 1:002:30 pm
February 3 & 10, Mary Janowak,
Marriage and Healing in
Marriage/Divorce
March 3, Zabrina Decker, Separation
and Annulment Process
April 14 & 28, Dan Scholz, The
Historic St. Paul
Please join us!
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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Men’s Retreat Weekend
During the weekend of Jan. 29-Feb. 1,
2015, men from SJV and St. Dominic
will make their annual pilgrimage to
the Jesuit Retreat House in Oshkosh, on
beautiful Lake Winnebago. Our retreat
director this year will be Fr. Doug
Leonhardt, SJ.
This will be our first year in the
brand new Manresa & LaStorta
facilities. Each private retreatant room
has its own toilet and shower, and
there are elevators available.
We can help arrange for a ride, if you
need transportation. There is also a
fund to assist anyone who may not be
able to afford the full cost of the
retreat. Ladies, this retreat would
make an excellent Christmas gift for
your husband, son, father or brother.
For more information, please contact
John Waymel at 262.790.9070 or
[email protected], or visit the
Jesuit Retreat House website at
www.jesuitretreathouse.org.
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 WITH PRAYER, MUSIC, DESSERT AND FELLOWSHIP
Register as a table hostess, as a group or as an individual.
Each table is responsible for table settings, decorations, candles,
dessert and beverages for a table of 8 ladies. Coffee will be provided.
Please contact Molly Schmidt, 262.781.3480 or [email protected]
to register. Spaces are limited, so don’t delay!
Sponsored by Women
You’re Invited To The Saturday Morning Men’s Group!
Would you like to gain more from your Catholic Faith? Would you like to make
new friendships that are centered in Christ? Would
you like to be more of a spiritual role model for your
family? If so, the Quad Parish Men's Group is for you!
Join ordinary Catholic laymen from surrounding
parishes to connect, and inspire each other. We meet
every Saturday morning from 7:15 to 8:30 in the
Marcy Center, to study and reflect on the weekend’s
scripture readings. Come if you can make it on any Saturday! For more
information, contact Peter Murray, 262.781.9736, or John Zinda, 262.783.5327.
Looking For Employment?
40+ of Southeastern Wisconsin is a self-help support, resource, and advocacy
group for job-seekers from Southeastern Wisconsin. There are no membership,
initiation, or entrance fees. This group helps people to hone their job-seeking
skills and offers network opportunities among participants. It meets every
Saturday morning at St. Dominic Catholic Parish, in MC6 at 8:00 a.m.
Do You Or A Family Member Struggle With
Alcoholism?
St. Dominic Catholic Parish hosts an Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting every Friday evening at 6:00 pm, in Marcy Center 6.
Feel free to join us!
OF
Grace
Mittens & Gloves Are
Needed!
The Christmas
Clearing Council of
Waukesha County has
served this community
and its children for 65 years. . The
CCC helps struggling families, and
makes sure that children are not
forgotten during the Christmas
season. We need your help! With
another anticipated brutally cold
winter, we need to ensure that every
child has a warm, waterproof pair of
mittens or gloves. Throughout the
month of November, collection
barrels will be located in both Church
entrances. Please be generous, and
pick up a couple of pairs of
waterproof mittens and gloves when
you’re out shopping. Hats are most
welcome as well. Thank you in
advance for warming the hearts and
hands of children in Waukesha
County!
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In Loving Remembrance
In your charity, please remember in your prayers the
following people who recently died:
† Cale Austin, grandson of Philip & Dolores Austin,
nephew of John & Jill Austin, Tom Austin, and Julie Austin
Hausinger
† Mark Stern, husband of Jewel, father of Gabriella,
Nicholas and Noah
† Patricia Schiller, mother of Jackie (David) Malson,
grandmother of Karin, Joseph and Andrew Malson
Remember In Your Prayers…
...parishioners or family of parishioners who are ill, or
recovering from injury or surgery, especially Judy Bickler,
Brian Brouillette, 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, Alison Verhaalen, Mary
Jane Walsh, Kim Widmann, Katie Wilkenson, Jim Wolak,
Pat Wutke, Bernadine Zielinski and Jim Zielinski
Sanctuary Lamps
The Church Lamp will burn in November in memory of
Frank Arnold.
The Chapel Lamp will burn in November in memory of
Rennie, Tom & Barb Johnston.
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Mass Intentions
Monday, November 10—St. Leo the Great
8:30 am † Henrietta Schamber (Jeffrey & Debra
Makinen)
Mother of Perpetual Help Devotion
Tuesday, November 11—St. Martin of Tours
6:30 am For the intention of Ed O’Connor (Dick &
Nancy Reinhart)
Wednesday, November 12—St. Josaphat
8:30 am † Frank Orlando (Franca Orlando)
Thursday, November13—St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
6:30 am † Robert (Bob) McKnight (Joe Nelson family)
Friday, November 14
8:30 am † Frank Arnold (Rita Arnold)
Anointing of the Sick
Rosary in the Chapel after Mass
Saturday, November 15—St. Albert the Great
3:30 pm Individual Reconciliation in the Chapel
4:30 pm † Susanne T. Kebis (Phillip R. Kebis family)
Sunday, November 16
7:30 am † Ron Janzer (Family)
9:00 am † Ann Breines & Daisie Copeland (Family)
For All Our Parishioners
11:00 am † Virginia Duero (Robert Duero family)
† Robert J. Marincic, Sr. (Lois Marincic)
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
Saturday, November 15
4:30 pm Will Staviski/Alex Reinbold/
Sam Reinbold
Sunday, November 16
7:30 am Adult Servers
9:00 am Matthew Johnston/Cade
Wormington/Jonah Wormington
11:00 am Josephine Stanlick/Grace Strebe/
Rachel Storts
Readings for the Week of Nov. 9
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12/1 Cor 3:9c11, 16-17/Jn 2:13-22
Ti 1:1-9/Lk 17:1-6
Ti 2:1-8, 11-14/Lk 17:7-10
Ti 3:1-7/Lk 17:11-19
Phlm 7-20/Lk 17:20-25
2 Jn 4-9/Lk 17:26-37
3 Jn 5-8/Lk 18:1-8
Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31/1
Thes 5:1-6/Mt 25:14-30 or
25:14-15, 19-21
This Week’s Schedule
Sunday, November 9-Coat, Hat, Glove Drive
9:00 am
Children's Ministry LFF-School
9:00 am
Rite of Acceptance for RCIA-Church
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
7th gr. LFF-School
4:00 pm
School Musical Rehearsal-PAAC
5:30 pm
Hebron House Gathering-MC7/KI
9:00 pm
Adult Men's Basketball-PAF
Monday, November 10
9:30 am
Milwaukee Catholic Mamas-MC 5/6
2:50 pm
Intermediate Band-PAAC
6:30 pm
2nd Grade 1st Reconciliation-Church
7:00 pm
Book Club-PC107
7:45 pm
Finance Council-PC105
8:00 pm
Athletic Board Meeting-MC6
Tuesday, November 11
10:30 am
Seniors Mass-Church
11:30 am
Seniors Lunch-MC7/KI
6:15 pm
Children's Ministry LFF-School/CH
6:30 pm
Home & School Meeting-Resource Center
7:00 pm
Grief and the Holidays-St. John Vianney
7:00 pm
Cub Scout Leader Meeting-MC6
7:00 pm
The Creed-MC7/KI
Wednesday, November 12-School Accreditation Visit
7:05 am
Strings Advanced-PAAC
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
5:30 pm
School Musical Rehearsal-PAAC
6:00 pm
Chess Club-Cafeteria
7:00 pm
Adult & Family Ministry Team-PC105
7:00 pm
Prayer & Worship Committee-MC6
Thursday, November 13- School Accreditation Visit
7:15 am
Stewardship Committee-PC105
9:30 am
Parish Staff Meeting-PC105
2:45 pm
Brownies Meeting-MC2
2:50 pm
School Faculty Meeting-Resource Center
4:30 pm
Children’s Ministry LFF-School/Church
6:00 pm
Cantor Rehearsal-Church
7:00 pm
Adult Choir Rehearsal-Church
7:00 pm
Pope Francis Reading Group-MC7
7:00 pm
Pastoral Council-PC105
7:00 pm
Den 6 Meeting-Cafeteria
9:00 pm
Adult Men’s Basketball-PAF
Friday, November 14
6:00 am
That Man Is You!-MC7
2:30 pm
Market Day Pickup-Cafeteria
2:45 pm
Strings Beginners-PAAC
4:30 pm
St. Ben’s Meal Program-Offsite
6:00 pm
AA Meeting-MC6
6:30 pm
School Movie Knight-PAAC
9:00 pm
Adult Co-ed Volleyball-PAF
Saturday, November 15-Coat, Hat, Glove Drive
Susan McNeil Farewell
7:00 am
Men’s Ministry-MC1-3
8:00 am
40+-MC6
9:30 am
2nd Grade 1st Reconciliation-Church
10:00 am
10th Grade LFF Retreat-MC All
Sunday, November 16-Coat, Hat, Glove Drive
Susan McNeil Farewell
9:00 am
Children's Ministry LFF-School
9:00 am
Stephanie Grassel Confirmation-Church
9:00 am
Babysitter's Training-Cafeteria
9:00 am
Nursery-MC5/6
9:05 am
Children's Liturgy of the Word -MC7
10:00 am
Susan McNeil Reception-MC7/KI
10:10 am
RCIA-AFM Room
10:10 am
9th gr. LFF Church Tour-Offsite
12:30 pm
Baptisms-Church
1:30 pm
New Beginnings-St. John Vianney
5:30 pm
8th gr. LFF-MC All
9:00 pm
Adult Men's Basketball-PAF
YOUTH MINISTRY
DIAMOND DISCOUNT TICKETS
valid for one movie ticket* to any Marcus Theatre.
• $8.00 each
• Up to 27% savings off regular evening admission
• No expiration date
• valid for ALL MOVIES ALL THE TIME
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*Not valid for any feature listed as Alt Event or VIP Seating.
3D and D-Box surcharges apply when applicable. If
excluded, this ticket may be exchanged for an $8.00 credit
toward the purchase of any full priced admission ticket. No
refunds or change will be given. No cash value.
SILVER DISCOUNT TICKETS Save even more!
Silver tickets are great for avid movie-goers!
Complimentary Snack Cash
To sweeten the deal, you will receive one
FREE snack cash voucher – good for $3
off your next concession stand purchase
– with every two Platinum and Silver tickets
purchased. Satisfy your hunger AND your
wallet! Expiration dates apply.
ALT EVENT
All non-traditional film content (ex. MET
performance, live or encore concerts and sporting
events). Features that are considered Alt Events will
be labeled as such online and in the paper.
Extra Special Attraction (X)
MARCUS MOVIE TICKETS ORDER FORM
A restriction on select film titles that limits the use
of Silver Discount Tickets for an average of 2
weeks. Movies that are considered Extra Special
Attractions will be labeled as such online and in the
paper with an X. Movie information lines will also list
any restrictions that may apply to movies.
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• $6.50 each
• Up to 41% savings off regular evening admission
• No expiration date
• Locations listed on the back of ticket
*Not valid for any feature listed as an Extra Special
Attraction (X),VIP Seating or for movies beginning after
5:30pm on Saturdays. When valid, 3D surcharge applies.
If excluded, this ticket may be exchanged for a $6.50 credit
toward the purchase of any full priced admission ticket. No
refunds or change will be given. No cash value.
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Gift Cards NEW! Plastic gift card
• Available in $10 or $25 denominations
• Balance remains on the gift card to enjoy again and again
Gift Certificates
Paper certificate with metallic foil
• Available in $5, $10 & $25 denominations
ON BOTH . . . . Good anytime • No expiration date
• Use just like cash
• Use at Marcus theatres, hotels, resorts, restaurants, golf
courses, water parks or spas across the U.S.
Print
Name:_____________________________________
Phone_____________________________________
EMAIL: _____________________________________
Please mark one for delivery
___ I will pick up my tickets after Mass on November 23/24
Product
Cost
DIAMOND
Tickets
SILVER
tickets
$8.00
$8.00 =
$6.50
$6.50 =
GIFT
Cards
$10
$10 =
$25
$25 =
$5
$5 =
$10
$10 =
$25
$25 =
___ I will pick up my tickets in the parish office
___ Please send home through school/LFF with __________
room # _______
Mail or drop of this order form to:
St. Dominic Youth Ministry 18255 West Capitol drive
Brookfield, WI 53045
PLEASE ORDER BY NOVEMBER 11
to have your order by the Nov. 22/23
Orders after Nov 11 will be filled by December 13
GIFT
Certificates
QTY
X cost
TOTAL
COST
Checks payable to: St. Dominic
TOTAL OWED
Office use only
___cash
Paid by
___ check # _____________
Seroogy’s of De Pere, WI, founded in 1899, is owned and operated by third
generation family members who still use the family’s traditional recipes and methods
to produce quality chocolates. You can visit them at www.seroogys.com
ORDER YOUR
Holiday Chocolates
Fundraiser is supporting Youth Ministry Events and Mission trips, Workcamp, SOC
Homemade Chocolate Fudge
8oz. Tray
$4.50 each
4oz. item
$3.20 each
4oz. Item
$3.20 each
9oz. item
$11.50 each
Comes in a tray with a disposable knife
Solid Milk Chocolate Snowman
Hand molded and individually packaged
Solid Milk Chocolate Santa
Hand molded and individually packaged
Homemade Boxed Chocolates
Chocolate Assortment includes our popular meltaways, nut cluster, caramels,
fudges, creams, crisp and other favorites
Meltaway Assortment includes our chocolate, chocolate crisp, peanut butter, butter crisp
and almond meltaways,
Mint Meltaways made with pure oil of peppermint, packaged in their own gift box
Caramels made with real WI butter, packaged in their own gift box
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY
WE CANNOT ACCEPT ORDERS AFTER November 10
So you can have it in time for Thanksgiving, St. Nick and Christmas
ORDER INFORMATION – ON THE REVERSE SIDE
TO ORDER:
Fill out the form below and return by Dropping it off in the parish center
or school office or Mail it to: YM/Attn: Debbie Olla 18255 West Capitol Drive, 53045
HOW TO RECEIVE YOUR ORDER -
You can PICK UP YOUR ORDER
• Saturday, November 22, Sunday, November 23 after Masses
OR • Monday, November 24, 9am - 5 pm in the PARISH CENTER OFFICE
OR • Tuesday, November 25, 9am –7:00 pm in the PARISH CENTER OFFICE
I ordered : _____________________________________________________________________
KEEP this top portion for the PICK UP INFORMATION
SEROOGY’S ORDER FORM
Checks payable to: St. Dominic
PRINT
Name:________________________________________ Phone______________________________
QUANTITY
TOTAL COST
Chocolate Fudge Tray
@$4.50 each ______
$___________
Solid Milk Chocolate Snowman
@$3.20 each ______
$___________
Solid Milk Chocolate Santa
@$3.20 each ______
$___________
TOTAL items ______
cost $__________
Homemade Boxed Chocolates
Chocolate Assortment
@11.50 each ______
$___________
Meltaway Assortment
@11.50 each ______
$___________
Mint Meltaways
@11.50 each ______
$___________
@11.50 each ______
$___________
Caramels
TOTAL items ______
Office use only
cost$___________
TOTAL # of items___________ TOTAL cost $_____________ Paid by __cash __ check # ______
COFFEE/HOT CHOCOLATE SALE
A THREE-FOLD FUNDRAISER
purchase of this coffee supports . . .
#1 Coffee growers in Honduras
#2 Sociedad Amigos de los Niños, orphanage
#3 St. Dominic’s Youth Mission Trips
Buena Vida means good life and, to us, it is the
balance between great coffee and giving back.
PRODUCT
All Buena Vida coffee is imported directly from its origin and roasted
fresh upon order to ensure the highest quality product.
Our full 16 oz., resealable bags can be enjoyed for up to four weeks
and serve 30 cups of freshly brewed coffee.
For every bag of coffee purchased, Buena Vida Coffee
will provide one meal to a child at Sociedad Amigos de
los Niños orphanage in Honduras.
MILD Organic Fair Trade Honduran
Origin: La Paz, Honduras
Roast: Mild and Smooth
Flavor Profile: From the COMSA co-op in La Paz, Honduras, this
organic, Fair Trade coffee blends vibrant, berry undertones with sweet
caramel for a velvety, smooth finish and a fruity punch.
MEDIUM Organic Fair Trade Blend
Origin: Mexico and Ethiopia
Roast: Medium and Robust
Flavor Profile:
DARK “Tegu” Brew Dark Roast
Origin: Honduras and El Salvador
Roast: Dark and Rich
Flavor Profile: Named after the capital city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras,
our full bodied dark roast combines notes of dark chocolate and caramel
for a bold, rich flavor with a hefty kick.
MEDIUM Nicaraguan Mujeres
Origin: Nicaragua
Roast: Medium
Flavor Profile: Grown solely by women, this single-origin coffee unites
nutty chocolate with mild fruitfulness for an easy drinking brew.
Meet the kids at www.buenavidacoffee.com
As a not-for-profit company, we believe that coffee is
more than perfectly roasted beans; it is an opportunity
to make a difference in the life of one child.
PACKAGED/COST
COFFEE
1 lb bags
$15
Beans or Ground coffee
5 lb bags
$65
Beans or Ground coffee
HOT CHOCOLATE
12 ounce
$10
DECAF Buena Vida Decaf
Origin: Mexico and Guatemala
Roast: Medium and Mellow
Flavor Profile: A balance of South American beans, our calming decaf
blend carries sweet and mellow undertones that soothe the pallet.
COCOA Ghanaian HOT CHOCOLATE
Origin: Ghana
Profile: A rich cup of cocoa flavors naturally dried under the African sun,
this hot chocolate mix provides a decadent cocoa experience.
ORDER INFORMATION
on the back side
TO ORDER:
Fill out the form below
Drop it off in the parish center or school office
or Mail it to: YM/Attn: Debbie Olla 18255 West Capítol Drive, 53045
ORDER by NOVEMBER 10 to pick up on Nov 22/23
HOW TO RECEIVE YOUR ORDER -
You Can PICK UP YOUR ORDER
Order by Nov 10 – you can pick up your order in the MC after Masses on Nov 22/23
OR • after Nov 22/23 in the PARISH CENTER OFFICE Mon.-Wed, Nov 24-26, 8am-5pm
I ordered : _____________________________________________________________________
KEEP this top portion for the PICK UP INFORMATION
Cut and return
Checks payable to: St. Dominic
Buena vida COFFEE ORDER FORM
PRINT
Name:________________________________________
Phone______________________________
email:________________________________________________________
Please mark your order
$10 / 12 oz
$15 / 1 lb bag
Organic
Fair Trade
Honduran
Beans
Ground
Nicaraguan
Mujeres
Beans
Ground
Organic
Fair Trade
Blend
Beans
Ground
“Tegu” Brew
Dark Roast
Buena Vida
Decaf
Beans
Ground
Beans
Ground
Beans
Ground
Beans
Ground
Ghanaian
Hot Chocolate
12 oz tin
AMOUNT DUE
$65 / 5lb bag
Beans
Ground
Beans
Ground
Beans
TOTAL # of items______________
Ground
AMOUNT DUE
TOTAL cost $___________
Office use
Paid by
___cash
___ check # ________
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PLUMBING
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Charles Hewett DDS MS
Joshua Barta DDS MS
Daniel Holzhauer DDS MS, Parishioner
All Occasions
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262-367-7076
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(414)541-0121
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Collision & Auto Body Repairs
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Parish Member
9921 W. Carmen Ave.
(414) 466-0210
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Fax (414) 466-8337
Owner
262-782-5940
A TREE SERVICE
414-325-8678
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262-781-3336
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Sales Associate
(414) 813-0036
[email protected]
Office Relocation/Storage
Archives Center/Document Scanning
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Italian Sports Car Center
Darryl D. Stich, D.D.S., Parish Member
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Adam’s Garage Doors LLC
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Adam Schultz - Owner
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www.adamsgaragedoors.com
Ocon
Oconomowoc, WI
(877) 627-4113
2005 N. Calhoun Rd.
Brookfield, WI 53005
262.782.4300
Bp Gasoline with Invigorate
http://shorewest.com
Exceptional service since 2003
Full & Self Service Gasoline * Premier Diesel Fuel
Touchless CarWash -Auto Repairs & Diagnostics
Family owned & operated*
RENOVATIONS
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(414) 628-8861
Sherry Wittemann
Associate Vice President, ABR, CRS, CSRS, GRI
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CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES
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Jim Swiderski
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Personal and Business
Jeff Sladky - Parish Member
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Serving Parishioners, Their Businesses
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KORNACKI &
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Painting/Wallcoverings, Furnishings
Parish Member
Daniel G. Gundrum, CFP®
Financial Advisor - Parish Member
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Commercial Interior Design, Construction/Remodeling,
(262) 784-3323
Residential & Commercial
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS
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PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT
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ROBERT W. BAIRD & CO
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Charles W. Steinbach, D.D.S.
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!”
Triangle Tool Corporation
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PRESIDENT
8609 W. Port Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53224
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David Marcello
262-893-8705
[email protected]
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Frank Fantazzi, PT, ,DPT, OCS
Parish Member
Mark Snyder, PT, DPT
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www.AmerLandscape.com
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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Joseph M. King
Vice President - Investments
Peter R. Bray, CPA
Susan M. Schmidt, CPA
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Member FINRA/SIPC
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
20800 Swenson Drive, Suite 200
Waukesha, WI 53186
Tel: 262-798-3732
Fax: 262-798-3595
Toll Free: 800-823-1410
[email protected]
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DAVID S. BOMHACK, Agent
[email protected]
ST. DOMINIC, BROOKFIELD
21150 W. Capitol Dr.
Brookfield, WI
Phone 781-2700
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