Queen of All Saints

November 9, 2014
The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
Queen of All Saints
6603 Christopher Drive, St. Louis, MO 63129-4919
Rev. Msgr. Joseph M. Simon, Pastor
Deacon Richard H. Schellhase
Rev. Brian S. Fallon, Associate Pastor
Deacon Joseph J. Wingbermuehle
Mission Statement
As members of Queen of All Saints Parish we are a community united in the Catholic faith,
nourished by the Eucharist, and sent to make Christ known to all through word and deed.
Holy Sacrifice of Mass
Eucharistic Adoration
Sunday Mass (Saturday Vigil 5:00 p.m.)
7:30, 9:00, 10:30 a.m., 12:00 noon
Tuesdays 8:45 a.m. - Wednesdays 6:00 a.m.
Weekday Mass
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday 6:15 and 8:15 a.m.
Perpetual Help Devotions and Benediction
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 8:15 a.m.
Saturday 7:45 a.m., 4:00 - 4:45 p.m.
Holidays: Refer to bulletin inside
Anytime: Contact the parish priest (314) 846-8207
ST. LOUIS, MO 63129-4919
Rev. Msgr. Joseph M. Simon, Pastor………………............Ext. 204
Rev. Brian S. Fallon, Associate Pastor……………………..Ext. 205
Deacon Richard Schellhase………………………………...Ext. 251
Deacon Joseph Wingbermuehle……………………………Ext. 252
Sadie Wingbermuehle, DRE, Adult Faith Formation……...Ext. 206
Dr. Cathy Johns, Ed.D., Principal of QAS School………...Ext. 305
Carrie Sallwasser, CRE, Principal of PSR…………………Ext. 311
Christine Detwiler, Youth Minister………….………..…...Ext. 232
Christopher Dunn, Liturgical Music…………………...…471-4659
Rectory/Parish Office Phone (Ext. 200)………………….846-8207
School Phone (Ext. 300)………………………………….846-0506
PSR Phone (Ext. 312)…………………………………….846-8126
Coordinator of Liturgical Music, Christopher Dunn……..471-4659
Limbach Hall (Ext. 313)….…………………………........846-8207
School Nurse (Ext. 323)…………………………………..846-0506
School Cafeteria (Ext. 325)……………………………….846-0506
Fax Number – Rectory…………………………...……….846-0636
Fax Number - School……………….…………..…...……846-4939
Adult Resource Center (ARC) (Ext. 208)……..……….....846-8207
Youth Minister (Ext. 232)……………………….…....…..846-8207
Church Hall (Ext. 276)……………………………….…...846-8207
Rectory Meeting Room (Ext. 209)…………………......…846-8207
Athletic Field Concession Stand………………...……......293-0585
Athletic Field Rainout Number………..……….…….…...846-4402
Web Sites:
(Click on link for School or PSR)
Home & School Association:
Activities Association:
Archdiocese of St. Louis:
E-Mail Address:
Msgr. Simon
Fr. Fallon
Sadie Wingbermuehle, RCIA,
& Pastoral Care
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Christine Detwiler, Youth Ministry Office [email protected]
Dr. Cathy Johns, Ed.D.,
[email protected]
Principal of QAS School
[email protected]
Carrie Sallwasser, CRE, PSR Principal
Holly Wille, PSR Secretary
[email protected]
PARISH OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
ADULT RESOURCE CENTER is located in the Church Hall.
BULLETIN DEADLINE is Monday at 4:00 p.m.
All announcements must have a name and telephone number
attached. Announcements are published one time only but
will be repeated if requested. Send to: [email protected]
BAPTISMS following Sunday Masses, 1:15 p.m.
Arrangements must be made through the parish office.
Anyone who has never attended a Baptismal Preparation Program must attend prior to the Baptism. It is recommended that
the parents attend the class before the birth of their child.
The Program is held the 4th Wednesday of January, March, May,
July, September, and the 3rd Wednesday of November at
7:00 p.m. in the Adult Resource Center.
Please contact the parish office to make a reservation.
MARRIAGES must be arranged with one of the priests at
the parish office. Preparation must be at least six months
prior to anticipated date of wedding.
FUNERALS must be arranged through a priest at the parish
office. If a family member dies, who resides outside QAS, please
notify the parish office.
Anyone discerning a religious vocation should contact a
parish priest or the Archdiocesan Office of Vocations at
Please notify the parish office to arrange for the Sacrament of the
Sick or a pastoral visit. Also please notify the parish office when
someone is admitted to the hospital. Because hospitals are by law
not permitted to share patient information, the hospitals do not
notify the parish of parishioner patients.
PRAYER LINE: [email protected] or 846-6859
MEALS for sick or recovering: Pastoral Care, 846-8207, ext .206
RIDES to church or doctors: Pastoral Care, 846-8207, ext. 206
Contact the parish office (Ext. 200)…………..……846-8207
A hearing device is available that transmits information
from the P.A. System. The device is available in the rear
vesting sacristy. Personal ear pieces are available at Radio Shack.
NEW PARISHIONERS are asked to contact the parish office.
If you have a change of address or if you move out of the
Parish, please notify the parish office, 846-8207, Ext. 200.
[email protected]
Rev. Msgr. Joseph M. Simon, Pastor
Rev. Brian Fallon, Associate Pastor
Scott Gurley, Chairperson
Mike Redd, Vice-Chairperson
Sheila McDonald, Secretary
Dino Busalachi, Christian Formation
Jeanne Herzberg, Christian Service
Tim Tierney, Finance Council
Patty Stevens, Liturgy
Betsi Nappier, Social Life
Jeff Dreste, Stewardship
846-8207, ext. 204
846-8207, ext. 205
November 9, 2014
When the Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica (Nov. 9) falls on a Sunday, as it does this year, it
replaces the celebration of the Ordinary Sunday (Thirty
-second Sunday in Ordinary Time) because the basilica
is the episcopal seat of the pope as the bishop of Rome.
The dedication of the basilica took place on Nov. 9,
324 by Pope St. Sylvester I. It is located in Rome on
property then owned by the Laterani family; hence the
title, the Lateran Basilica. Originally dedicated as the
Church of the Most Holy Savior, it was later given an
additional dedication to St. John the Baptist, hence the
present name of St. John Lateran Basilica. The pope
actually lived on the property from the 4th century until
1309 when the papacy was transferred to Avignon
(France) by Clement V during what history calls the
“Babylonian captivity”, a 70 year period of seven
popes when the French controlled the Church. The
papacy returned to Rome in 1378 during the pontificate
of Gregory XI. The present structure was commissioned in 1646 by Innocent X. Beneath the high altar
rests the remains of the small wooden table on which,
according to tradition, St. Peter celebrated Mass. Today’s feast marks the anniversary of the dedication of
the church which is “mother and head of all churches
of Rome and the world”, and serves as the pope’s cathedral (not St. Peter’s Basilica). Most important, today the Church recalls that the Church is the Mystical
Body of Christ. Jesus continues to make himself present through the life of the Church, especially the celebration of the sacred mysteries, the sacraments and the
proclamation of the gospel. St. Paul reminds us today
in his First Letter to the Corinthians: “You are God’s
building. According to the grace of God given to me,
like a wise master builder I laid a foundation, and another is building upon it. But each one must be careful
how he builds upon it, for no one can lay a foundation
other than the one that is there, namely, Jesus Christ.”
He continues: “Do you not know that you are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwells in you? If
anyone destroys God’s temple, God will destroy that
person; for the temple of God, which you are, is holy.”
Today, we celebrate the living presence of Jesus in his
Church, and we his living body in the Spirit….. This
afternoon at 2:00 p.m. the Mass of Remembrance for
all who died this past year will be celebrated at Queen
of All Saints. May they rest in peace! ..... Please read
Archbishop Carlson’s letter pertaining to Ferguson in
today’s bulletin. You may watch his video presentation at http://archstl.org/peace.
Monsignor Joseph Simon
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Queen of All Saints Parish is in need of immediate
cash to cover the replacement of school furniture, ceiling tiles, fixtures, and education supplies, and for repairs to or replacement of HVAC units in the school.
These cash needs are directly related to the mold remediation effort that took place in the school in September. The Finance Council foresees a need for a pledge
from each family payable over the next 6 – 9 months,
this in addition to ordinary monthly or weekly contributions. A special letter was sent to each registered
parishioner home recently containing a donation envelope for “Mold Remediation Appeal”. Donations
may also be made through Faith Direct (enroll at the
parish office or online at Faith Direct; the QAS parish
code is MO86). The estimated expense for remediation repairs in the school and the church hall exceeds
$520,000. The repair or replacement of HVAC systems is unknown at this time. Once it is ascertained, it
will be announced. We appreciate your assistance in
covering these extraordinary expenses which obviously were not known at the time the budget was prepared
for this year.
Catholics may gain a plenary indulgence for all temporal
punishment due to sin for anyone who has died by performing the following:
Pray for the souls in purgatory: one Our Father and
one Hail Mary
Recite the Apostles Creed
Receive Holy Communion
Go to confession within 20 days
Pray for the Holy Father’s intention
Have no attachment to sin.
The Book of the Dead will be in the main
lobby of the church during the entire month
of November. You are welcome to add
names at any time during this month. We
also hope everyone will remember the names that are in
the book in their prayers. The names of the persons you
write in the book do not have to be members of the parish
and it is not limited to someone who passed away this
year. In fact, you can repeat someone’s name from a previous year.
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P) 314.792.7841
F) 314.792.7842
October 10, 2014
Brothers and sisters in Christ,
By now we should all realize that there is no going back to
the status quo following the tragic shooting of Michael
Brown. Rightly so! The status quo was not good enough.
This tragedy has left a community struggling to cope with
anger and frustration that it had repressed for many years.
Now is our moment of truth. We can let the anger and frustration spill over in violence, and then be repressed again.
Or we can take the opportunity to break the cycle and address the underlying issues that cause the anger and frustration.
But we need to keep in mind the issues here are bigger than
Ferguson. They are as deep as the hold of sin on the human
heart and as broad as the solidarity of the entire human race.
That means we will not be able to fix things quickly. But we
have to move forward. And it is not just Ferguson or the
greater St. Louis metropolitan community, but the entire
country and the whole Church that needs to look at these
Is it not a sad reality that we integrated professional baseball
and schools a long time ago, but have not integrated everyone’s heart?
The sin of racism in our cities and our nation must be dealt
with, but never with violence. There are small but vocal
groups currently threatening violence. I urge anyone who
feels the desire to violently lash out to first pause and consider the potential consequences of their actions: Will violence make the situation right? Will it right the wrongs? Or
will it only make things worse? The unrelenting desire for
revenge is a position that seeps into our souls and can become contagious carrying with it a commitment to violence.
As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Returning violence for
violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a
night already devoid of stars...Hate cannot drive out hate:
only love can do that.” What’s the solution? For all of us to
be quick to apologize for our own faults, and as quick to
forgive the faults of others as we want them to be in forgiving ours.
We need to come together in prayer and dialogue to address
the deeper underlying issues - family breakdown, racial profiling, quality education, abuses of authority, lack of gainful
employment, fear of one another, mistrust of authority, black
on black violence, and white flight.
In God we are all one family and we need to call upon Christ
the Prince of Peace in prayer to give us the strength to sit
down together as brothers and sisters.
So, let’s ask: what blueprint does God have in mind for us?
And let’s remember that Christ gave us the blueprint: to
love God with all our heart and mind and soul and strength,
and to love our neighbors as ourselves. What that means for
us is that we must respect the dignity of each other. We
show that respect by having a willingness to sit down together and dialogue, by having the humility to admit our mistakes and say we are sorry, and by praying for one another yes, praying! Praying that God fills our hearts with love for
one another, removes the hate we have allowed to fester
there, and teaches us how to express our love in concrete
It is no longer the time to ask “What would Jesus do?” It is
time to ask “What is Jesus doing?” What Jesus is not doing
is adding violence to violence. Remember what he said to
his disciples in the Gospel of Luke when they asked if they
should call down fire from Heaven to consume a town that
didn’t welcome him? (Lk 9:54). He rebuked them. Jesus is
also not ignoring the problem and hoping it will go away!
What Jesus is doing is pleading with us to listen to each other, respect each other, and help each other.
That’s the same Jesus who said: “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” Christ calls us
to promote peace, not provoke violence. Our Lord Himself
suffered the most terrible of injustices, because although
incapable of doing wrong, He was nevertheless condemned
to suffer and die on the cross. And when one of his disciples
responded by lashing out in violence he said “Put away your
Inspired by the example of Christ, I fervently renew my call
to everyone in Ferguson and the greater St. Louis community: be an instrument of peace amid the chaos! Work for
calm in the turmoil!
If we depart from God’s blueprint, the fruit of our thoughts
and actions will not be peace but its opposite - force and
It’s time to turn to a different kind of power - persuasion and
service. It is the way of Gandhi and Blessed Teresa of Calcutta. It is the way of the Lord who is filled with love and
mercy. It is the way each of us should be. May the God
who suffered on the Cross fill us with love, and guide our
thoughts and actions.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson
Archbishop of St. Louis
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“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?
Offertory Collection for the weekend of November 2, 2014:
All Saints:
Campaign for Human Development:
Capital Improvement Fund:
Mold Mediation Appeal:
Retirement for Religious:
St. Vincent de Paul:
Tuition Assistance:
$ 640.00
$ 594.00
$ 725.00
$ 1,530.00
$ 1,322.00
$ 129.00
Thank you!
“We can certainly call you friends because of the way you
care for our retired members,” writes a religious brother.
Your gift to last week’s collection for the Retirement Fund
for Religious benefits some 35,000 senior sisters, brothers,
and religious order priests. May God bless you for your
More than one-third, 38.1%, of regular donors contribute
through the Faith Direct electronic-giving program. Currently
238 donors are enrolled in the program. The average weekly
donation of Faith Direct donations is $7,669.76 which is
$398,827.52 per year.
Did you know that now you can give to Queen of All Saints
using your iPhone? In 2013 Faith Direct introduced their new
iPhone app. Existing Faith Direct users can now manage every
aspect of their account right from their iPhone or iPod. This
exciting new addition to eGiving at Queen of All Saints is another great reason to use Faith Direct for your gifts of treasure.
To learn more about the Faith Direct iPhone App, scan this QR
Code with your iPhone or iPod and download the app today!
Don't have a Faith Direct account? Enroll online by visiting www.faithdirect.net and use our church code, MO86, or
pick up an enrollment form from the parish office to get started!
With the busy times of Thanksgiving and Advent season
right around the corner, enrolling in Faith Direct today is a
great way to ensure your gifts of treasure to Queen of All
Saints are received even if you may be out of town. Please
pick up an enrollment form from the parish office today or
enroll online at www.faithdirect.net - our Church Code
is MO86. Already using Faith Direct? Don't forget to add
your Christmas or End-of-Year contributions to your account this fall.
Ordinary monthly operations continue during the mold expenditure appeal currently taking place at Queen of All
Saints. We appreciate financial support of all parishioners
during the mold crisis. Please consider adding Mold Remediation Appeal to your monthly or weekly donation choices
at Faith Direct, the parish's electronic eGiving program.
Thank you for your prayerful and financial support of Queen
of All Saints Parish.
Monsignor Simon and the Finance Council
A monthly contribution to the Tuition Assistance Fund will
assist QAS in providing $35,956 in tuition grants to 16 school
families that were awarded tuition assistance for 2014-15.
Your donation provides financial assistance to those families
who have qualified for tuition assistance. Are you someone
looking for a way to assist a school family with their tuition? It’s a win-win decision, both for families desiring Catholic education for their children but facing difficulties paying for
tuition, and for donors who can assist these families through
tax-deductible contributions to the Tuition Assistance Fund
(the pink envelope in the monthly packet or through Faith Direct at www.faithdirect.net. The parish code for enrolling in
Faith Direct is MO86).
If you are increasing your weekly or monthly donation via
Faith Direct, please contact them at faithdirect.net, then your
e-mail address and password. Or perhaps you desire to increase your second collection (extra appeals) donation
amounts. New donors must use the church code for Queen of
All Saints, MO86 and follow the instructions. Also, if your
credit card number has changed, please notify Faith Direct of
the new card number.
One-Time Gift Through Faith Direct
Make a One-Time Gift to Queen of All Saints! Scan this QR
Code with your smart phone to make a One-Time donation to
Queen of All Saints using our secure mobile gift
page. (Please note: donors already registered
with Faith Direct should not use this code. They
are already set up under a different electronic
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Pro Life Christmas Cards Now Available!
Why Eucharistic Adoration?
If you plan to send Christmas cards, please consider
purchasing your cards from the QAS Respect Life
Committee. Cards will be sold for your convenience
after the Sunday Masses in the Church Hall. Sale
Dates are Sunday, November 9, 15, 23 and December 7. Proceeds from the Christmas card sales support the large pro-life billboard on I-55. This billboard is seen by thousands of drivers but is very expensive. The billboard rental is $2,675/month and
all funds are raised through donations and Christmas
card sales! Your support helps keep the pro-life
message in front of St. Louis drivers every day!
We welcome the newest members to our parish family:
Theodore Edward, son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Barczewski,
6608 Christopher View Ct.
William Robert, son of Mr. & Mrs. Jason Garner, 6637
Towne Woods Dr.
To Adore Him and give Him the honor
which is due to Him, as we confess His supreme dominion over all things and the absolute dependence of everything upon Him
Who is our One and Last End!
For more information, contact the Parish Office, 846-8207, ext. 200
Eucharistic Adoration Volunteer
I commit the following time each Tuesday/Wednesday to the
Lord present in the Blessed Sacrament on the altar at Queen of
All Saints Church:
(Adoration: Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. to Wednesday 6:00 a.m.)
SVDP Request for Family
Family in dire circumstance in need of:
Washer and Dryer
Chest of drawers (3 or 4 drawer)
Full or queen-size bed
Please contact Tom Knese, QAS president of
SVDP Society at 314-803-4078. Thank you.
Please pray for those who are ill or hospitalized: Everette
Huegerich, Michael Maniaci, Dolores McMullin, Debbie
Mecca, Greg Slesinski, Kathleen Hediger, Nicole Koenig,
Russ Beerman, Sr., Karen Thaman, Ron Dieckmann, Kelly
Mueller, Neri Prichard, Mary Christisen, Norma Stillman,
Steve Kohner, Bernadette (Buerke) Valko, Joe Klein, Patricia Cragen, Rosemary Nagy, Gerry Everding, Cathy Coughlin, Jackie McClanahan, Annie (Pozzo) Meahl, Gary Meadows, James Mercurio, Gene Buerke, Audrey Kriegshauser,
Mary Ann Amato, Greg Mueller.
November 9, 2014
Adopt-a-Family Special Appeal
Many families are still available for adoption this Christmas. This program provides their only Christmas celebration.
Make it your own family project or a project of a scout troop, breakfast or lunch
club, book club. Help us keep Christ in
Christmas. Family sign-ups are available
every weekend in the Church hall after
Masses through November 15-16. Thank
you once again for your generosity. Your
parish St. Vincent de Paul Society.
...Is sponsoring an Annulment Information Seminar, presented by Sr. Donna Fischer, SSND, on Sunday, Nov. 16, 6:00-8:00
pm at Mary Mother of the Church, 5901 Kerth Rd, in classroom
below the church. Sr. Donna has helped many through the annulment process and will share her knowledge and provide an
opportunity for questions. There is no charge. For further information call 314-894-1373.
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BOOK FAIR! Today!!
Reading is the most important skill you
can teach a child. Of all the skills children learn, reading is the one on which
you have the most influence.
The Queen of All Saints School invites you to our “Sir
Readalot’s Castle Book Fair” being held in the school library after the 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 Noon Masses on November 9.
Prayer Group for Moms/Grandmas
Moms in Prayer is a group of moms who meet for one hour
each week to pray specifically for our children
(grandchildren), our schools, and our teachers. Please consider joining us on Wednesday mornings, 9:00 - 10:00
a.m. Come and experience the joy of replacing anxiety with
peace and hope when you pray with other moms. Feel free
to join us every week, or, as your schedule allows. Babies
and toddlers welcome! For more information, contact Jeannine Sinak, 293-0670 or [email protected]
Advent and other new CD’s arriving soon!
Check the bulletin and kiosk.
Due to the holidays, ALL bulletin announcements for the
weekend of November 30 must be in the parish office no
later than Tuesday, November 18, by 4:00 p.m.
Thank you for contributions last month. The November
meal bags will help the Arnold Food Pantry provide Holiday meals to their clients. You may drop off your filled
bags any time to the yellow cart in the church hall.
Canned Ham
Boxed Potatoes or Stuffing Mix
Canned Yams or Sweet Potatoes
Evaporated Milk
Canned Gravy or Broth
Cream of Mushroom Soup
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Are you looking for a meaningful way to begin Advent
and get ready for this Christmas season? Before the craziness of shopping, preparations and parties start –
wouldn’t we all like to find a way to prepare our hearts
for the true meaning of Christmas?
Advent blanket-making began two years ago on the first
Sunday of Advent at QAS after hearing about a homeless
man who froze to death on our city’s streets. Since that
time, so far, QAS parishioners have come together and
hand-made over 70 fleece blankets that were then delivered to St. Patrick’s Center to help protect those in need
from the bitter winter cold. We are offering the opportunity again this year to start your Advent in an impactful
way. Sunday, November 30, from 2-4 p.m. the QAS
gym will be open to all who would like to participate
in this project. Entire families can work on their blanket
together, mothers and daughters, groups of friends, even
Girl Scout troops. And this is a great service activity for
eighth graders to do with their confirmation sponsors!
You can start looking now for your fleece at any fabric
store. Just purchase two pieces of fleece, 2 yards each,
one in a solid color and the other in a coordinating print
or both in solid colors. Bring the fleece, some good,
sharp scissors, a ruler if you have one, and possibly
something to cushion your knees as this is an on-thefloor project. We will show you a very easy way to make
a warm fleece blanket in about an hour. If you are unable
to come on November 30, you are welcome to make your
blanket on your own and drop it off at the Parish Office
where we will pick it up before delivering downtown – or
contact us to come pick it up from your house. If you
need to know how to make the blankets, please email
Mary at the address below. We will be happy to send the
instructions to you.
Let’s start this Advent season off with warm hearts,
knowing we will be helping others stay warm this winter!
To ensure we have adequate space and supplies, please
RSVP Mary at [email protected]
Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have,
for such sacrifices are pleasing to God. Hebrews 13:16
The special envelope in your packet for All Souls Day, November 2, is for Masses for deceased family members and friends
who will be included in our Purgatorial Society Mass Intention
listed in our bulletin weekly. Names on this envelope will not
appear as individual Mass intentions.
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The St. Vincent DePaul Society is starting
the “Christmas Sharing Program”. This
program is a two-fold program consisting
of the Adopt-A-Family and the Giving
This year will be the same personal program as last
year. If you adopt a family you will be purchasing for
a specific family with a wish list provided by the family. The Giving Tree items will also be a specific wish
for a designated recipient.
Family wish lists for the Adopt-A-Family program
will be available in the Church Hall after all the Masses the weekend of October 25 & 26 and every weekend until all families are adopted, but no later than
November 15 & 16. If you need a family wish list
mailed to you or you need more information on the
program, please contact Mercedes Knese at 846-2635
or email to [email protected]
The Giving Tree will be set up in the main lobby of
the Church the weekend of November 22 & 23. At that
time you will be able to take one or more gift tags off
the tree, listing the specific item to purchase for the
designated individual. These tags will range from
clothing and toys to household items or gift cards.
This year all UNWRAPPED gifts for both parts of the
program will be collected in the Church Hall the weekend of December 12, 13 & 14. We will be in the hall
Friday, December 12, from Noon – 7:00 PM; Saturday, December 13, from 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM and
Sunday, December 14, from 7:00 AM – Noon. Members of St. Vincent DePaul Society will deliver all gifts
starting at 1:00 PM.
Come one, come all! There will be cards, dominos or any game you want to play, in the
Church Hall on Wednesday, November 12,
2014, 12:00 noon until 2:30 p.m.
It’s free and cake, coffee and soda will be served. Make it
a Special Day. Bring your spouse, a friend or a shut-in.
The only time cards will be cancelled on the 2nd Wednesday of each month is if there is a Funeral Luncheon in the
Church Hall.
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QAS Senior Fun Seekers
Youth Ministry
Calling All Seniors ~ Come Join Us At QAS
P.S. Please bring to the November 20 meeting or
send to Adeline Chmielewski the $7.00 for our
Christmas dinner and party at Andre’s which is
scheduled for December 11.
Starting in October, we added another youth Mass to each
month. The FIRST and THIRD Sundays of every month,
we will celebrate Life Teen Mass at Noon. Teens are invited to sit in the first couple of pews with the other teens. All
Following the Life Teen Masses, the youth group will meet
for Life Nights (Creative nights on Catholic Teaching, Morality and Current Issues) from 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. in the
Church or cafeteria. We will no longer meet immediately
following the noon Mass.
Fun Seekers Offer Fun Times
Thursday Night Prayer Group
An organizational and social meeting to plan for
2015 will be held November 20, 7:00 pm in the
Church Hall. Refreshments will be served.
Every Thursday, the youth group gathers for prayer group
from 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m. in the Church Hall. Bring a friend!
Adoration at Queen
The Archdiocesan Respect Life Committee will host a
special Mass in celebration of all those whose lives have
been affected by adoption, whether directly or indirectly.
The annual adoption Mass, with Bishop Rice as celebrant,
will be on Sunday, November 23 at 10:00 am at the Cathedral Basilica. This beautiful Mass is especially for any
foster parents, foster children, adoptive parents/
grandparents, birth parents/grandparents, and persons who
were themselves adopted. Special invitation to parents
who are in the process of adopting. A reception will follow the Mass in Boland Hall. For more information, contact the Respect Life Apostolate, 314-792-7555.
Mark your calendars! Open to everyone in the parish,
EVERY 3rd Thursday will be Adoration at Queen, a night
of worship music, a short reflection and time in Adoration
from 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m in the Church.
We invite you to come experience Christ in a new way!
Upcoming date:
November 20th: Church
Bann II Meaghan O’Brien and Jeff Schoor
Congratulations to our newest married couples, Mr. &
Mrs. Brad Adank and Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Kemlage.
May God continue to bless their love abundantly.
Please pray for Camilla McDermott, mother of Ann (Bob)
Bender; and for Helen Massa, mother of Nancy (Joe)
Tucek. May God welcome them home and comfort their
families in their time of sorrow.
Fall Retreat
Save the date now before your schedule books up! QAS Fall
Retreat, open to all high school teens, will be November 1416th. Forms available on QAS website or in the youth office.
Pro-Life March in Washington D.C.
QAS will be attending the Pro-Life March to Washington
D.C. January 21-25th. Forms available on QAS website or
in the youth office. Registration due October 9th.
Join Facebook group Queen of All Saints Youth Ministry for weekly posts about upcoming events and follow
us on Twitter @QAS_YM.
St. Patrick's Center - more than ever - needs pre-packaged salads for the Shamrock Club to serve alongside donated casseroles during lunch. QAS has a small devoted number of regular donors but the need is great. Please deposit bags of salad
and un-opened dressing bottles on the front porch of 132
Staehle Ct. (Grimsley Station to Bluff Farm to Staehle Ct) on
the 1st Wednesday of every month. A volunteer takes them
downtown at 9:30am. Any questions, call Sheila Treptow 8464015. Let us be the hands of Christ!
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Queen of All Saints is excited to partner with the
St. Louis Cardinals on our
First-Ever Cardinals Calendar Fundraiser!
Important details for this fundraiser:
Camp Wyman (35 minutes away)
November 14-16, 2014
$105 due October 30
Arrival Time:
6:30 p.m. at QAS November 14th
Return Time:
After 12:00 Noon Mass November 16th
Transportation: Car-Adult drivers
Forms available on www.qasstl.org or in the Youth Ministry office.
Form with payment due to Christine or the rectory by
October 30th.
Please make checks payable to QAS.
The sale will run October 15 to
November 17.
Calendars will be available to pick up
in early December – just in time for
Each Calendar is $15, and our school
keeps 45% or $7 per Calendar.
Checks are made payable to Queen of
All Saints.
PROJECT HOPE / Nicaragua Donations
I will be going on a mission trip to Nicaragua in January 2015.
I am seeking donations of items you may have in your home
and no longer needed:
New or gently used refillable water bottles
Cloth/canvas bags
Small pads of paper like those sent in mailed charity requests
Call 314-846-2808 and I will pick these items up whether you
have 1 item or 10.
Thank you,
Diane Garrett
READINGS FOR THE WEEK - November 9, 2014
Monday: Ti 1:1-9; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday: Ti 2:1-8, 11-14; Ps 37:3-4, 18, 23, 27, 29;
Lk 17:7-10
Wednesday: Ti 3:1-7; Ps 23:1b-6; Lk 17:11-19
Thursday: Phlm 7-20; Ps 146:7-10; Lk 17:20-25
Friday: 2 Jn 4-9; Ps 119:1-2, 10-11, 17-18;
Lk 17:26-37
Saturday: 3 Jn 5-8; Ps 112:1-6; Lk 18:1-8
Sunday: Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31; Ps 128:1-5;
1 Thes 5:1-6; Mt 25:14-30 [14-15, 19-21]
The Cardinals Calendar makes for a great
holiday gift item, perfect for family, friends,
clients and employees! This 15 x 22 inch calendar will include 2015 spring training and
regular season schedules as well as beautiful
images by club photographers that will celebrate the club’s championship season!
Please contact Dana Kiley at 314-210-3550
or [email protected] for purchase!
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Guided by His Spirit
(Widowed in need of Gathering Socially)
Harvest Luncheon
Miss Sheri's Cafeteria
WHEN: December 14, 2014
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Queen of All Saints Church
This 90 minute mission blends the God given musical talents of Michael James Mette with the genuine
inspirational message of Greg Wasinski. This
presentation is intended to challenge and re-charge
your parish with a spirit of HOPE!
5406 Southfield Center (Southfield Plaza)
Lindbergh Blvd. & Baptist Church Rd.
St. Louis. Mo 63123
Date: November 20, 2014
Time: 11:30 AM
RSVP (NO LATER THAN) November 14, 2014
Marilyn Novak
Carol Sevcik
314- 846 -8921
After some discussion we came to the conclusion that the
there was not enough time to plan and implement everything
that was necessary to make this event a success this year.
Thank your for your interest and the positive feedback we
received. We are, however, planning on having a dance
event next year.
This single night collaboration uses the universal
language of music to encourage people to participate. Reflective and traditional songs will compliment selections from Michael's albums “Bring Forth
the Light” and “Always What I Need.”
Catholics can relate to Greg's stories, which weave
scripture through real life experiences. The examples from Greg's book “Where Faith & Real Life
Come Together...” will encourage the audience to
see how God is at work in everyday life. All of this
is highlighted by Greg's compelling witness, a story
of a spiritual awakening from that of a lapsed cradle
Catholic to a passionate Catholic speaker.
The evening will culminate with Michael and Greg
providing an opportunity for all ages to re-focus on
Christ and re-commit themselves to their Catholic
faith. Greg and Michael will encourage people to
enter into their own journey to “Bethlehem” to bring
Christ into this world every day.
Hearts on Fire
Young Adults
We are attending Theology on Tap at Kirkwood Brewing
Station on Tuesday November 11th from 7:009:00pm. The topic for Theology on Tap is Love Beyond
Borders. We are willing to carpool if you are interested
or you may meet us there. We will meet at St. David
at 6:30pm for the carpool. Food and drinks can be ordered during the presentation. This is a great opportunity
to meet new people from around the St. Louis area and
build your faith. If you have questions, please contact
Anne Bullman at [email protected]
Mission Statement: We, Hearts on Fire, young adults
from Jefferson County and South County, ages 20-35,
single or married, are seeking to deepen our faith and
build community in Jesus Christ through weekly fellowship, prayer, faith sharing, and spiritual growth.
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Liturgical Ministries
Monday, November 10 - St. Leo the Great
6:15 a.m.
Helen & Alice Nadolny
**8:15 a.m.
Dick Viets
Tuesday, November 11 - St. Martin of Tours
6:15 a.m.
Tony Lipina
8:15 a.m.
Carol Weis
Wednesday, November 12 - St. Josaphat
6:15 a.m.
Purgatorial Society
**8:15 a.m.
Maureen Wilhelm
Thursday, November 13 - St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
6:15 a.m.
Bernadette Godfrey
8:15 a.m.
Matt Mueller (Health)
Friday, November 14
6:15 a.m.
Int. of the Kinney Family
**8:15 a.m.
Christine Rechtin
Saturday, November 15 - St. Albert the Great, BVM
8:15 a.m.
Ken Knobbe
5:00 p.m.
Kathy Brethold
Sunday, November 16 - 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30 a.m.
For the People
9:00 a.m.
Will Bereswill
10:30 a.m.
James Renshaw, Jr.
12:00 Noon
Joe Mattli
**Children’s Mass
After all Masses in the Church Hall:
Grocery Certificate & Scrip Sales
Adopt-A-Family Profiles
Pro-Life Christmas Card Sales
After 7:30, 9:00 & 10:30 Masses in the Church Hall:
Donut Sunday
After 9:00, 10:30 & 12:00 Masses in School:
Book Fair
9:00 am RCIA - Church Hall, Rm 2
2:00 pm Mass of Remembrance - Church
5:00 pm Seraphim Singers - Church
5:00 pm Variety Guild General Mtg. - Cafe
Monday: 7:00 pm Lector Training - Church
7:30 pm KC Mtg. - Church Hall
8:30 pm Mary’s Daughters - Rectory Bsmt.
Tuesday: 8:45 am Eucharistic Adoration - Church
7:00 pm Boy Scout Meeting - Cafe
7:00 pm Devotions - Church
7:00 pm Home & School Brd. Mtg. - CH, Rm 2
7:00 pm Stewardship Mtg. - Rectory Bsmt.
8:00 pm Activities Asso. Brd. Mtg. - Church Hall
Wednesday: 12:00 pm Cards - Church Hall
5:00 pm & 6:45 pm PSR - School
7:30 pm Cub Scout Leader Mtg. - CH, Rm 2
8:00 pm Adult Choir - Church
Thursday: 7:00 pm Adult Faith Formation - ARC
7:00 pm SVDP Blanket Making - Cafe
7:30 pm Celebration Singers - Church
7:30 pm Youth Ministry Mtg. - Church Hall
Saturday 10:00 am Jonah Prayer Team - CH, Rm 2
After 5:00 pm Mass in the Church Hall:
Grocery Certificate & Scrip Sales
Saturday, November 15, 2014
5:00 p.m.
Extraordinary Minister Captain: Loretta Patton
Lectors: Susan & Richard Butler
Cantor: TBA
Servers: Hallie Kilfoy, Adam & John Kuntz
Ushers: Mike & Debbie Millaway, Hal Cruthis
Sunday, November 16 - 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30 a.m.
Extraordinary Minister Captain: Kurt Loeffler
Lectors: Barb Mantia, Chris Redford
Cantor: TBA
Servers: Lucas Giegling, Emily Gurley, Allison Fischer
Ushers: Rich Winkler, Jim Hedgecoth, Al Nadolny
9:00 a.m.
Extraordinary Minister Captain: Sherry Chibnall
Lectors: Kim Dickens, Laurie Dulle
Cantor: Celebration Singers
Servers: Danielle Friedmeyer, Patrick & Teddy Divis
Ushers: Don & Carnetta Vonder Haar, Dave & Pat Hagen
10:30 a.m.
Extraordinary Minister Captain: Pat Knobbe
Lectors: Eric Jarvis, Jeannie Kuntz
Cantor: Adult Choir
Servers: Joe Nesser, Alex & Kyle Heib
Sheila Florian, Julie Hubert, Kevin & Ann McNamara
Proclaimer of the Word: None
12:00 Noon
Extraordinary Minister Captain: Joe Waddock
Lectors: Youth Ministry
Cantors: Youth Ministry
Servers: Andrew Hilliard, Nick Eppy, CJ Cepicky
Ushers: Gerri Zeman, Joe Brown, Bernadette Buerke
Grocery Certificate Sales Teams
November 15 - 16, 2014
5:00 p.m.
Ellen Hunter
5:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
12:00 noon
7:30/9:00 a.m.
Tony & Joan
10:30/12:00 Noon
Frank & Benita
Scrip Certificate Sales Teams
Rick & Roselyn Page
Bob Molen
Bill & Theresa Leingang
Pam & Roger Luchtefeld
Pam & Roger Luchtefeld
Queen of all Saints Night at Orange Leaf
Come support our school at Orange Leaf.
TODAY - Sunday, November 9, from 4 to 9 pm
25% of ALL proceeds will go to
Queen of All Saints Home & School.
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Church Name & Address
Queen of All Saints #012323
6603 Christopher Drive
St. Louis, MO 63129
Contact person: Mary Arconati, 314-846-8207, ext. 202 or 200
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