St. Joseph Catholic Church Farmington, Missouri Where Hospitality and Love Meet

Where Hospitality and Love Meet
St. Joseph Catholic Church
Farmington, Missouri
Join us for the K of C
Breakfast TODAY
in the cafeteria
following the
7:30 & 9:00 Masses
Join us for the K of C
Blood Drive TODAY in
the gym from 8 am
12:30 pm. All donors
receive a FREE breakfast!
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Living the Gospel Message Since 1890
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From the Pastor’s Pen
Dear Parishioners of St. Joseph,
We Salute Our Veterans...
Thank You for
Serving our Country!
Join Us TODAY for a
Free Breakfast in Your Honor
Our Knights of Columbus are proud to honor our
parish’s veterans with an appreciation breakfast for
Veteran’s Day, TODAY after the 7:30 and 9:00 am
masses. All veterans are invited to enjoy a
complimentary all-you-can-eat breakfast from our
Knights. Our school children will be present to serve
our parish’s veterans.
Our Special Mass and
Anointing of the Sick for our
Sick, Homebound and Elderly. . .
a prayerful experience for all
A warm and heartfelt thank you to our Women of Mary
for the wonderful meal they served this past
Wednesday for our parishioners who attended the
Healing Mass and received the Sacrament of the
Anointing of the Sick. We had over 100 present who
received the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.
Our sincere thanks to Agnes Hinkebein, RN, our
parish health minister, who coordinated this special
event and to our 8th grade students who were so
helpful serving as ministers of hospitality. It truly was a
prayerful experience for all. Our thanks to Agnes for all
that she does throughout the year for our parish family.
Due to Our Priests Being Away This
Week, We Will Have a
Communion Service
This Thursday and Friday
Both Fr. Dyer and I will be away this week, joining our
Yesterday’s Kids for the Branson Christmas Trip. Thus
there will be Communion Services THIS Thursday and
Friday, Novemeber 13 and 14.
Knights of Columbus
Blood Drive - TODAY
The Knights of Columbus will be hosting a
blood drive today in the gym from 8 am - 12:30 pm.
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Help the Hungry Bake Sale is just
around the corner...
I have been in the kitchen looking through
cookbooks trying to decide what I will be
baking for the Cookin’ Clergy Contest
Our community’s Help the Hungry Bake Sale is
scheduled for Saturday, November 22 in our school
gym. The bake sale benefits St. Vincent dePaul and
Ministerial Alliance food pantries. All parishioners are
invited to bake an item to bring to this annual event.
Our parish will be hosting the bread booth.
Our Holiday “Giving Tree”
is up and ready for you to pick an ornament to
help those visiting St. Vincent de Paul Pantry
The Women of Mary are again sponsoring a "Giving
Tree" to benefit our St. Vincent dePaul organization.
Since many of our clients who visit our St. Vincent de
Paul come only once a month, we are hoping to have
some Christmas presents available for them and for
their children in early December. The tree is located in
the entry of the Parish Center.
You may take an ornament from the tree, purchase
the item on the label, and then place the unwrapped
item under the tree. The volunteers from St. Vincent
dePaul will pick up the items and distribute them to
their clients before Christmas. Thanks to everyone for
your support to our holiday giving tree, each year you
are so generous to those in need from our local
community.
Thanksgiving Day Mass at 9:00 am
with our Tradition of Sending Home with
You Blessed Loaves of Bread
As you make family plans for Thanksgiving Day,
please consider joining us for the 9:00 am mass to
give the ultimate gift of gratitude of Thanksgiving, the
Holy Eucharist.
For the past nine years, we have had the tradition of
the blessing of loaves of homemade bread to be taken
home and shared at your family’s Thanksgiving meal.
During the offertory collection, I will again invite you to
bring can goods, or monetary gifts for the poor to the
altar. These items will be blessed at the end of the
mass followed by the blessing of the bread.
My sincere thanks to Dolores Eddleman and her
family who will be baking the loaves of homemade
bread for this special St. Joseph’s Thanksgiving Day
tradition.
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A Special Evening for the Women
of St. Joseph's Parish
Our 5th Annual
Advent by Candlelight
“God’s Gift of Snow”
Our annual Advent by Candlelight evening will soon
be upon us... this is a wonderful way for our ladies to
prepare their hearts for the Christmas season each
year. This year’s Advent by Candlelight will be held on
Sunday, November 30 from 6:00 - 8:45 pm for our
ladies to come together for an evening of reflection,
celebration, and friendship as they prepare the way of
the Lord during the Season of Advent.
This evening is designed to bring our ladies together
for a relaxing evening of socialization while providing
a faithful reflection on the preparation for Christmas.
Sue Wilker, RN, Program Coordinator for the
Archdiocese Priest Wellness Program will be our
guest speaker and will give a heartfelt spiritual
presentation on “God’s Gift of Snow”.
Her presentation will be followed by a meditation by
our parishioner, Risha Gaines. The inspirational
music for the evening will be provided by Daryl
Buchheit. This evening is an exceptional time to
focus on the true meaning of Christmas as we prepare
for our family celebrations.
Several of our ladies will once again host a table for 8
and serve as hostesses for the evening. Our
hostesses will provide their guests with appetizers,
desserts and beverages.
The décor and table settings will be unique to each
hostess as the tables can be elaborate or simply
decorated. Some hostesses may bring china and
crystal, some paper and plastic, others may bring a
combination of both. It all works to transform our
parish center into a lovely setting for the evening. This
year we are asking all tables to have only one
hostess.
This evening is also designed as a fund raiser for our
“Secret Santa” fund to help parishioners in special
need this holiday season. The top hostess raising the
most money from her guests at her table will receive a
special gift. All women are welcome! If you would
like to attend, please call the parish office and let us
know! Deadline to RSVP for this special evening is
Monday, November 24.
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Preparing for the Upcoming
Holiday Season
As you and your family prepare for the Holiday
Season, please note our mass schedule.
Holiday Mass Schedule
Thanksgiving Day • 9:00 am
Christmas Eve • 5 pm & midnight masses
Christmas Day • 7:30, 9 & 10:30 am masses
Feast of the Holy Family • Sunday, Dec 28 at
7:30, 9, & 10:30 am masses
New Year’s Day • 8 am & 7 pm
For Those Attending Our
Yesterday’s Kids Trip to Branson
This Week...
Our Yesterday’s Kids will be leaving this Wednesday,
November 12 at 8:00 am to board the bus for
Branson for three days of good food, good friends and
laughter. We will celebrate mass together on
Thursday morning at Our Lady of the Lake. This
year we are honored to have three priests in
attendance: Fr. Dyer, Fr. Tony and myself. Please
remember to keep us in your prayers.
And Finally...
Just a reminder that the Mass Intention Book opened
recently on Monday, November 3, for the year 2015.
We still have several openings for Mass intentions.
“Always remember that as long as we keep the
Eucharist the center of our lives, everything else will
fall in place...of that I am confident”!!!
Blessings of Peace…Fr.
Rickey
A Prayer for our Brothers and
Sisters in Ferguson
O, Loving Father, You, the creator of the earth and
creator of human beings in your image, send your
Spirit upon our neighborhoods and members of our
churches that our hearts become hearts of love and
not hearts of stone. May your Spirit fill us with insight
and understanding of the issues that lay below the
surface. We stand before you in our brokenness,
pleading for your grace to come upon us, that we
might be filled with your presence at this time. We ask
this through Christ our Lord.
Amen.
Taken from a prayer from the Ferguson Ministerial Alliance.
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Our Pastoral Team
Very Rev. Rickey J. Valleroy, V.F................Pastor
email: [email protected]
Rev. James W. Dyer................... Associate Pastor
email: [email protected]
Deacon Albin Gegg ............... Permanent Deacon
Susie Rohrer ......................................Co-Principal
email: [email protected]
Shirley Bieser.....................................Co-Principal
email: [email protected]
Agnes Hinkebein .................Pastoral Health Care
email: [email protected]
Jane Ramos ...Coordinator of Religious Education
email: [email protected]
Kari Scott.................................Preschool Director
email: [email protected]
Lisa Cartee .................. Office / Business Manager
email: [email protected]
Jeannette Ragsdale....................... Bulletin Editor/
................................................... Event Coordinator
email: [email protected]
Sandi Brooks ............. Evangelization Coordinator
email: [email protected]
Connie Grindel & Phyllis LaPlant...............RCIA
email: [email protected]
Mike Ward....................... Maintenance Supervisor
Paul Gaines ................................. Pastoral Council
Jim Eaton ........................... Financial Commission
Ed Brown............................ Cemetery Association
Parish Business Office Hours
Monday thru Friday • 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Phone (573)756-4250 • Fax (573)756-6938
10 North Long Street • Farmington, MO 63640
Happy Anniversary
November 9, 1957
November 11, 1967
Dick & Lou Chessey
Ed & Sue Brown
November 10, 1972
November 15, 1980
Jim & Jane Hardy
James & Linda Gillespie
November 10, 1984
Andrew & Sherry Huitt
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Mass Schedule
Monday thru Friday..................................... 7:00 am
Friday (All School Mass Aug-May).............. 8:05 am
Sunday Observance
Saturday ............................................... 5:00 pm
Sunday .......... 7:30 am, 9:00 am, and 10:30 am
Holy Days of Obligation......... 7 am, 8 am, and 7 pm
The Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays 4 pm, Sundays 7 am, or by appointment
The Sacrament of Baptism
Baptisms are held the first Sunday of the month
after the 10:30 am Mass. Baptismal preparation
class required.
The Sacrament of Marriage
Celebrated after meeting the bride and groom and
beginning preparation six months before the wedding,
in accordance with Archdiocesan Wedding Policy.
Eucharistic Adoration
Thursdays 7:30 am through
Closing Prayer Service at 5:15 pm.
First Fridays of the month from 9 am through
Closing Prayer Service at 2:15 pm.
St. Vincent dePaul Society
Open Tuesday and Friday from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
For assistance call 756-0997
Happy Birthday
November 9
November 11
November 13
Becky Fingerhut
Luke Boyd
Jim Aldridge
Paige Greif
Buddy Bordewick Mary Heberlie
Barb Halter
Ronald Brooks
November 14
Alana Masters Tanner Corcoran
Dagney McCarver Doug Gaines
Joyce Wozniak
Bridgette
Marcia Pease
November 15
Sansegraw
Ralph Trepasso
Mark Trolinger
Mark Basler
November 10
Frances Zolman Willie Eddleman
Jessica Hinkebein
Harry Harness
November 12
Laura Torres
Ally Boyd
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Anointing of the Sick
Mass & Luncheon
Wednesday, November 5
Our sincere thanks
to our Parish Health
Minister, Agnes
Hinkebein, for organizing
such a special morning
for those seeking the
Sacrament of Healing.
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and Mass Intentions
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Ministers
of the Liturgy
Week of November 10 - 16, 2014
Monday:
Readings:
7:00 am:
St. Leo the Great
Rv 1:1-4; 2:1-5; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 18:35-43
Henrietta T. Hodges
Tuesday:
Readings:
7:00 am:
St. Martin of Tours
Rv 3:1-6, 14-22; Ps 15:2-5; Lk 19:1-10
Vel Schnurbusch
Wednesday: St. Josaphat
Readings: Rv 4:1-11; Ps 150:1b-6; Lk 19:11-28
7:00 am: Bill and Joan Kure
Thursday:
Readings:
7:00 am:
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
Rv 5:1-10; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b; Lk 19:41-44
Communion Service
Friday:
Readings:
Weekday
Rv 10:8-11; Ps 119:14, 24, 72, 103, 111,
131; Lk 19:45-48
Communion Service
7:00 am:
The Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday Readings: Ez 34:11-12, 15-17; Ps 23:1-3, 5-6;
1 Cor 15:20-26, 28; Mt 25:31-46
Saturday:
5:00 pm:
Sunday:
7:30 am:
9:00 am:
10:30 am:
Living & Deceased
Members of Women of Mary
Mary A. Govreau
Chris & Janice Larson
Parishioners
visit www.stjosephfarmington.com and click on
“daily mass readings” for easy reference.
St. Joseph Catholic Church
Parish Mission Statement
We are called by our Lord Jesus Christ,
to be His church and live His gospel.
We strive to fulfill our baptismal calling
by prayer, worship, teaching and in
sharing our faith and serving others.
Guided by the Holy Spirit and
through our patron St. Joseph, we
commit ourselves to the responsible
stewardship of all God’s gifts.
Saturday, November 15
5:00 pm Mass
Priest:
Fr. James Dyer
Lector:
Terry Guiley
Extraordinary Ministers:
Kevin Boatright, Ron Brooks, Sandi Brooks,
John Crouch, Rosetta Halter
Ushers: Buddy Bordewick, Gary Harris,
Mark Kellogg, Ralph Trepasso
Servers: Kr. Ramos, Ka. Ramos, Ki. Ramos
Sunday, November 16
7:30 am Mass
Priest:
Fr. James Dyer
Lector:
Chuck Hayden
Extraordinary Ministers:
Dotty Bach, Jerry Bach, Jim Eaton,
Steve Forsythe, Rose Hayden
Ushers: Austin Bequette, Ed Brown,
Tom Donze, Dale Jones
Servers: K. Gerwitz, S. Heberlie
9:00 am Mass
Priest:
Fr. Rickey Valleroy
Lector:
George Kracke
Extraordinary Ministers:
Jami AuBuchon, Adam Barnhouse, Rob
Grindel, Sandi Kracke, Charlotte Vander Bol
Ushers: John England, John Podolak,
Mike Turner, Mike Ward
Servers: E. O’Hara, E. Reidt, Z. Seaton
10:30 am Mass
Priest:
Fr. Rickey Valleroy
Lector:
Chad Speakar
Extraordinary Ministers:
Phyllis LaPlant, Isa Sippo, Bill Sippo,
John Thurman, Helen Thurman
Ushers: Mark Bieser, Bob Bone,
James Cissell, Roy Henson,
Servers: E. Lamb, I. Lamb, K. Melton
Monday, November 10, 2014
Sacristans
Brenda Donze, Linda Gillespie,
Karen Jones, Jo Rustemeyer
Money Counters
Donna Black, Mary Brady,
Sue Brown, Kathy Neiner, Debbie Thomure
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Come join us for our weekly Parish Rosary
to be offered this Wednesday at 7:15 pm
Our petition for this week will be:
“For the intentions of our Holy Father, Pope Francis”
In Our Thoughts and Prayers...
Your Gifts to God and Parish
Sunday, November 2 , 2014
Adult Envelopes
Loose
Electronic Envelopes
All Saints Day
We pray for the repose of the soul of
Thelma Chambers
long-time parishioner
May God welcome her home, fill her with
peace, and bless those who will miss her.
We welcome into our faith
community through Baptism...
Christopher Matthew Gober
son of Tracy Gober
“May the Lord give His angels charge over
you, to guide you in all your ways.” Psalm 91:11
Let us pray for those who share weekly
in our Eucharistic Celebration and who are
carrying the gift of life. . .
Golda (Anton) Aseniero
Marsha (Kevin) Brown
Congratulations
to Eric & Kelsey
on the arrival of
Ella Mae Koppeis
on October 29
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$13,521.00
$491.00
$365.00
$394.00
$14,771.00
Current Week
Sunday Offering
Budgeted Amount
Shortage/Overage
$14,771.00
$10,850.00
$3,921.00
Partners in Education
Maintenance & Repair
St. Vincent de Paul
Retired Religious
All Souls
Human Development
Total for Specials
Year to Date
$199,793.99
$195,300.00
$4,493.99
$461.00
$318.00
$639.00
$536.00
$569.00
$80.00
$2,603.00
Thank You For Your Faithfulness!!!
“For we are
God’s fellow
workers…”
1 Corinthians 3:9
We are called to help God build His kingdom
on earth. We are His eyes, ears, hands and
voice on Earth. By giving of our “first fruits” of
our time, talent and treasure we help fulfill
God’s call. Are you doing all you can to help?
Do you spend time in prayer every day? Do
you participate in one of the many parish
ministries? Do you give generously in the
offertory collection each week?
Together we pray for those who are sick. (Parishioners names are in bold.)
Please pray for: Bea Cauley, Rosemary Dunaway, Rhonda LaPierre, Thelma Blake, Bill Jokerst,
Susan Woods, Bathe family, Greg Ribbing, Marilyn Trokey, Jonell Sweeney, Ken & Anna Webber, Shanda
Arnold, Lou Krapf, Jill Walker, Ron Strauser, Emily Grieshaber, Bob Malone, Tracy Beussink, Mary
Jones, Bernadette Blyze, Bob Oder, Robert McManus, Joyce Wozniak, Charles Govreau, Davie
Prather, Bob and Sharon Boyer, Brent Rollens, Annette Wolf, Andrew Colas, Sara Hershberger, Ethel
Backer, June Steneck, Joe Mondello, Todd Mabery, David Ikemeier, Harold & Lois Skaggs, Joel
Hommelson, Rose Petinga, Rick Bach, Wade Goggin, Helen Mell, John Jones, Agnes Davis.
To add someone to the prayer list contact Pat Boatright at [email protected] or 756-4169.
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“Remembering Yesterday...”
St. Joseph
Catholic
Church
Farmington, Missouri
CELEBRATING
125
YEARS
Where Hospitality
and Love Meet
Last weeks picture:
The parish family from our
1971 photo directory was
Robert and Norma Jean Greif
and family.
Congratulations to Ralph
Schnurbusch for being the first
to call Monday morning with the
correct answer. Thanks to all
who called with the answer!!!
1890-2015
The first person to call the office Monday morning with the
correct answer will receive a special St. Joseph rosary
commemorating our 125th anniversary.
This Week in Our Parish
Mon
11/10
Adult Education - Catholicism:
The Journey of a Lifetime
6:30 pm • Parish Center
Tues
11/11
School Board Meeting
7:00 pm • 8th grade classroom
Wed
11/12
Yesterday’s Kids Trip to Branson
8:00 am • Leave St. Joseph’s
PSR Class
6:00 pm • School
Parish Rosary
7:15 pm • Church
Thurs 11/13
Eucharistic Adoration
7:30 am • Church
RCIA
6:00 pm • Meet, Eat and Greet
6:30 pm • Class begins
Sat
11/15
Squire’s Meeting
7:00 pm • Cafeteria
Sun
11/16
Spanish Mass
3:00 pm • Church
Youth Group
7:00 pm • Cafeteria
Can you identify this family
from our 1971 photo directory?
A Note from
our Pastoral Health
Care Minister,
Agnes Hinkebein, RN
If you are homebound or are
hospitalized or know a parishioner
who is, please contact me in the parish office
or email [email protected]
Thanksgiving Day Mass at 9 am
with our Tradition of Sending Home with
You Blessed Loaves of Bread
As you make family plans for
Thanksgiving Day, please consider
joining us for the 9 am mass
to give the ultimate gift of
gratitude of Thanksgiving,
the Holy Eucharist.
Pope Francis’ prayer intention for
November: That all who suffer
loneliness may experience the
closeness of God and the support
of others.
Thank you to the Figueroa’s (Rafael and Carla)
for their Platinum Donation to our Dinner
Auction!!!
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In all three of today’s readings, the Temple or an image of the Temple is dominant. Ezekiel speaks of streams
of living water flowing out from the Temple, watering the desert, bringing life to all living things, offering fresh
healing to God’s people.
Paul reminds the Corinthians that their faith rests upon the firmest of foundations, Christ himself. More than
that, Paul reveals that those who follow Christ are themselves temples, temples of the Holy Spirit. That is,
God dwells not only with them but in them as well.
For the Jews of Jesus’ time, the Temple had come to be identified with the presence of God and the only
place where authentic worship of God took place. Jesus had a different perception. Jesus identified himself
not with the Temple, but as the temple. By so doing, Jesus indicated a drastic shift in what it means to
worship God, to be in God’s presence. Jesus replaced a place as the focus of prayer with a person—himself.
The Holy Temple
Sometimes reflection on God’s word leads to meditation, sometimes to action, and sometimes to
storytelling. This is one of the storytelling times.
In ancient Israel lived two brothers who loved each other dearly. The older brother had no family. The
younger did. As poor farmers, the brothers shared the same field. At harvest, they shared the wheat they
had grown, each one receiving an equal share. Each would gather his pile of wheat and place it in a sheaf
outside his house.
But one day, after the harvest, when the two had divided the wheat, the older brother woke up in the middle
of the night and thought to himself: “My brother has more responsibilities and mouths to feed than I.” So,
night after night, he took some of his wheat and added it to his brother’s share.
Meanwhile, the younger brother, too, could not sleep. He thought: “My brother has no sons to care for him
in his old age as I do.” So, night after night, he took some of his wheat and added it to his brother’s share.
Each morning, the brothers were surprised that their
heaps of wheat had not grown smaller. At last, one
night, the brothers caught one another carrying a bundle
of wheat to the other’s house. Realizing what had been
happening, the brothers rushed to embrace one another
with great brotherly love.
God saw what the two brothers had done and said,
“Blessed be the field where these two brothers are
standing and embracing.” Many years later, King
Solomon built the holy Temple on the very same ground
where these two brothers had embraced, and the holy
Temple became a place of love and blessing to all
people everywhere.
Holy People Holy Place
God’s Temple—God’s church—is built on the care,
support, and love of its members. Where people
embrace, where people gather in God’s name, God is
present, uniting them to one another, making them and
the place holy.
Today’s Readings: 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
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Heartfelt Thanks...
I would like to thank everyone
attended our dinner auction,
supported the class baskets, for
generous donations, and for
generosity. Thank you for helping us
such a successful dinner auction.
who
who
your
your
have
I owe a tremendous amount of thanks to
Jodie Berkbigler, Tiffani Busenbark, Joni
Coleman, Loretta Forsythe, Rachael
Layton, and Sam Wade for all of your help.
The dinner auction was successful because
of all of your hard work.
We make a great team. From little things to
big things - early mornings to late nights,
you ladies did anything I asked and so
much more I didn’t have to ask. Thank you
so much for your unending dedication.
May God bless each of you,
Emily Hale
Help the Hungry
Bakesale Raffle
Take a chance on this
unique table to be raffled
off at the end of the live
auction. Tickets on sale
at the bakesale on
November 22.
$1 each or 6 for $5
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Our RCIA Team
could use some
help in welcoming
those inquiring about
our faith...
The RCIA team would like to extend an invitation
to our Parish to show their hospitality toward
those who are inquiring into becoming Catholic.
How can you extend a warm welcome?
The RCIA Team serves a meal every Thursday
night in the Parish Center to the inquirers and their
sponsors. Since we meet at 6 pm, many are
coming straight from work and have no time to go
home. Each time we meet, there is a planned
menu and desserts.
If you would like to help with a meal by bringing a
dish to one of the RCIA meetings please contact
Helen Thurman at 573-366-8812 or email at
[email protected]
What a wonderful opportunity
to show how welcoming we
are at St. Joseph Parish.
Respect for Life
Respect Life Meeting
There will be a Respect Life Committee meeting
on Tuesday, November 18 at 7:30 pm in the
Parish Center. We will be drawing for the winner
of the Schnuck’s gift certificate during the meeting.
There is still time to purchase raffle tickets. See
one of the Respect Life members if you would like
to be in the drawing!
Please join us!
Advertiser of the Week
This week we would like to thank
Ike’s Florist
for sponsoring our bulletin. Without our sponsors,
we would have to assume the cost of publication.
Please patronize our Advertisers!
Try Bulletin Advertising call 800-876-7000, Ext. 295.
Happenings at Other Parishes
Ste Marie Du Lac • Ironton
Fall Bazaar and Craft Sale
Saturday, November 15 • 9 am - 3 pm
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This Veteran’s Day we remember those
Serving in our Military
Sergeant Jacob Steven Baechle
Captain Tessa J. Klinkhardt, MD
Stationed at Fort Brag
grandson of Ginger Baechle and Dale & Jane Meyer
stationed at Madigan Hospital at Ft. Lewis, WA
neice of MaryLou Brady
Captain David Brewer
Warrant Officer 3 John Roy Masters
Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer in
Salt Lake City, Utah • son of Louise Brewer
GySgt Matthew Carman
Marines at Okinawa, Japan
son-in-law of Mary & Gary Berblinger
Lieutenant Commander Thomas Conklin
Naval Air Station North Island, California
son of Rick & Donna Conklin
Specialist Gregory T. Corcoran
with the 1138 National Guard
grandson of Romana Corcoran
CPT Kevin Costello
Army, Ft. Sam Houston
son of Cris Costello
CPT Joseph Costello
Army, Ft. Sam Houston
son of Cris Costello
MAJ Genevieve Costello
Army, stationed in Afghanistan
daughter of Cris Costello
2nd LT Christopher Hafner
with 278 ACR Knoxville, Tennessee National
Guard • grandson of Richard & Mary Hafner
Sergeant Gerald Hafner
with the 205 ASMC Kansas City National
Guard • son of Richard & Mary Hafner
Master Sergeant James Howey
Air Force in Wright Patterson AFB Dayton, OH
son-in-law of Mary & Gary Berblinger
Private Corey Jones
Army in Ft. Leonard Wood
son of Dale and Arlene Jones
SFC Olivia M. Klinkhardt
Physician’s Assistant at Ft. Sill in Lawton,
Oklahoma • Neice of MaryLou Brady
brother of Tim Masters
Sergeant Timothy Masters
Army National Guard • Tim, his
wife Nikki, and their daughters are parishioners
1st LT Becky (Nekula) Mohan
Stationed at Ft. Lewis, Washington
daughter of Pat Nekula
Captain Jeffrey R. Morris
US Air Force, stationed in Shreveport, LA
grandson of Thelma Chambers
Brandon Paroski
US Army stationed in Virginia
nephew of Steve and Cynthia Paroski
Lt Cmdr. Catherine (Wolo) Perez
US Navy serving in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
daughter of Mike and Jo Anne Wolo
ET2 Josh Rustemeyer
US Coast Guard in Kodiak, Alaska
grandson of Jo Rustemeyer
Seamen E3 Savannah Shelton
US Navy stationed at Norfolk Naval Base, VA
daughter-in-law of Howard & Shirley Shelton
Jeffrey Smith
Stationed in Ft. Leonard Wood, MO
son of Tom & Linda Smith of Coffman, nephew of
Dotty & Jerry Bach, and Pat & Kevin Boatright
BJ Waltz
US Navy stationed in Florida
nephew of Steve and Cynthia Paroski
SSG Frank Wilson, Jr.
US Army Recruiter in New Hampshire
grandson of Madgie Winch
MM2 Jonathan Wilson
US Navy on USS Sea Wolf
son of Ginger Wilson
grandson of Madgie Winch
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Respect Life Committee Raffle
The Respect Life Committee will be selling
raffle tickets for a $150 gift certificate to
Schnucks Grocery Store. This would be a
great way to start the holidays! Tickets are $1
each or 6 for $5.
If you would like to purchase tickets, the
Respect Life Committee will be at:
• Knights of Columbus breakfast
Sunday, November 9
The drawing will be held at the Respect Life
Meeting on Tuesday, November 18
Women of Mary’s
“Giving Tree”
The Women of Mary are
again sponsoring a "Giving
Tree" to benefit our St.
Vincent de Paul
organization. Since the
clients who visit our St.
Vincent de Paul come
only once a month, we
are hoping to have
some Christmas
presents available for them
and their children before
the end of November.
The tree is located in
the entry of the Parish Center. You may take an
ornament from the tree, purchase the item on the
label, and then place the unwrapped item under
the tree. The volunteers from St. Vincent de Paul
will pick up the items and distribute them to their
clients before Christmas. Thanks to everyone for
your support; each year you are so generous to
those in need from our local community.
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The Holy Eucharist is
“the Whole Christ”
Eucharistic Adoration hours
are Thursdays from 7:30 am
- 5:15 pm followed by
Benediction. Everyone is
welcome to visit during
Adoration Hours!
For more information contact
Charlie or Rita at 756-2383 or e-mail
[email protected]
St. Joseph Parish’s
St. Vincent de Paul
Food Pantry
In today’s Gospel Jesus challenges us to “stay
awake” by taking time to seriously look at
ourselves, the priorities of our lives, and how we
are growing spiritually.
Ask yourself “What would Jesus Christ do?”
and then put your gift in the St. Vincent de Paul
envelope so that those who are suffering will be
able to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Open Tuesday and Friday
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
For assistance call 756-0997
Our food pantry serves people
in the St. Francois county
regardless of race, sex,
national origin, religion, or age.
Spanish Mass
NEXT Sunday, November 16
All are welcome to join our Hispanic
community for our monthly Spanish mass
NEXT Sunday, November 16 at 3:00 pm. A pot
luck gathering will follow in the parish center.
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November 16
Youth Group meeting at 7pm in the gym
November 23
Help at Our Father's Table
with their Thanksgiving meal
Look at what’s
happening in our Parish. . .
November 12 - 14
Yesterdays’ Kids Branson trip
Sunday, November 16
EWTN Catholics Come Home
Series featuring Madge Winch
Saturday, November 22
Help the Hungry Bakesale
Thursday, November 27
Thanksgiving Mass 9:00 am
Sunday, November 30
Advent by Candlelight
Tuesday, December 9
Advent Recital in gym
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Our Father’s Table
November 23
4:00 - 6:00 pm
St. Joe Cafeteria
We will be enjoying a traditional
Thanksgiving meal. Please invite anyone
you know that may be in need of a
complimentary homemade meal served with
love and compassion to join us. Our Father’s
Table is located in our school cafeteria, the
entrance is on Carleton Street.
Bell Ringing
St. Joseph Parish will once again
be participating in the United Way
Bell Ringing at Walmart in
Farmington. There will be sign up
sheets in the back of church on the
windows. We will be ringing at the west door
(pharmacy side) on Wednesdays, December
3, December 10 & December 17. Please call
Jeannette in the Parish Office (756-4250) if you
would like to sign up for a time slot, if you
cannot make your time, or if you have
questions. Dress warm if it’s cold, and thank
you for your participation!
2015 Parish Directory
Updates...Last Call
We will be submitting our parish
directory changes within the next two
weeks and your updated information
is needed. If you have any changes
in your information, for example if
you have disconnected your
landline phone, please call the
parish office immediately.
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Help the Hungry
Bake Sale
a benefit for food pantries
Saturday, November 22
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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BBQ Brown Bag Lunch
Friday, November 14
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Auffenberg Chevrolet
hamburger or pulled pork sandwich,
chips, treat, & drink for $5
pre-order at [email protected] or
fax to 573-756-9272
The 9th annual Help the Hungry Bake Sale will be held in St. Joseph’s gym
The bake sale is a joint effort between community churches, businesses, and citizens
to raise funds for the local food pantries, St. Vincent dePaul and the Ministerial
Alliance. This year the need is greater than ever with people of all ages at risk
for hunger. Both food pantries have seen a marked increase in families
needing assistance, serving over 1500 people a month.
Please consider participating!
Breakfast starting at 8:00 am
will include biscuits & gravy, egg casserole, cinnamon rolls
Lunch starting at 9:00 am
including pulled pork sandwiches, chili, chili dogs, nachos, and more
Events for Kids of all Ages
Live Auction
Cookin' Clergy Contest
immediately following the live auction - come and support
Fr. Rickey by bidding on his very own homemade goody!
What you can do to help:
• Bake! Cakes, cookies, breads, pies, pastries, candies - anything homemade will be
appreciated. Items can be dropped off at the gym from 3:30 pm - 7 pm Friday or
by 7:30 am Saturday. There will be a drive-thru drop off Friday afternoon.
• Not a baker? Gift baskets, valued at $25 and up are also appreciated.
• Volunteer some time to work either Friday evening or Saturday.
Help will be needed to set up, manning the booth and clean up.
• Please attend and Stock up on holiday food items.
Come and support Fr. Rickey in the Cookin' Clergy Contest.
• We are in need of volunteers Friday, November 21 from 3:15 - 5 pm
and 5pm - 7pm to assist with set-up.
Questions? or to volunteer, Contact Theresa Kellogg at 701-2992
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St. Catherine of Alexandria
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Celebrant
Fr. Rickey Valleroy
Lector
Marilyn Gegg
Extraordinary Ministers
Jimmy and Susie Herzog
Saturday 7:30 pm Mass
Offertory Bearers
Curt and Lynette Heberlie
Coffman, Missouri
Founded in 1887
Canonical Parish 1919
November 8 Mass Intention
Susie Calvin
Parish Council President:
Jimmy Herzog
November 15 Mass Intention
James Herzog
Your Gifts to God and Parish
Saturday, November 1, 2014
Adult Envelopes ......................... $880.00
Loose.............................................. 30.00
Total.............................................$910.00
Retirement Fund........................... $50.00
All Saints ...................................... $25.00
Thank You For Your Faithfulness!
Happy Anniversary
Kenny & Teresa Gadell • November 9
Parish Council meeting this month will be
held on Wednesday, November 19 at 7pm
Thanksgiving Day Mass at 7pm on
Wednesday, November 26
Blessings of Peace…Fr. Rickey