St. Robert Bellarmine Church St. Charles, MO 63303

St. Robert Bellarmine Church
St. Charles, MO 63303
November 16, 2014
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
ST. ROBERT BELLARMINE CHURCH
“A Parish With A Family Perspective”
REV. PATRICK D. RYAN, Pastor, REV. MSGR. RAYMOND HAMPE, Priest in Residence
DEACONS: LONNIE WEISHAAR; PHILIP KING; JOSEPH MEIERGERD (Part-time)
MRS. CAROL A. BRECKLE, Director of Religious Education, MRS. JAN M. MCARTHUR, Pastoral Associate
RECTORY
1424 First Capitol Drive, South
St. Charles, MO 63303
Phone: 636-946-6799
FAX: 636-946-0380
E-mail: [email protected]
MASS SCHEDULES
SUNDAY MASSES
Saturday, 8:00 AM
and 5:00 PM
Sunday, 7:30, 9:30,
and 11:30 AM
DAILY MASS
Monday through
Friday, 8:00 AM
DEVOTIONS
Our Lady of Perpetual
Help on Tuesdays
after 8:00 AM Mass
EUCHARISTIC
ADORATION
Thursdays,
8:30 AM. - 7:30 PM
SCHOOL
1 Seton Court
St. Charles, MO 63303
Phone: 636-946-6716
FAX: 636-946-2670
E-mail: [email protected]
PSR (PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION)
1424 First Capitol Drive, South
St. Charles, MO 63303
Phone: 636-946-6461
FAX: 636-946-0380
E-mail: [email protected]
SACRAMENTS
BAPTISM: Parents should contact the rectory to arrange the date for the baptism of their
child. Baptisms are normally at 12:30 PM on Sundays. A baptismal preparation training
session is required for parents who are having their first child or who have never attended a
preparation session. Contact the rectory to sign up for the baptismal preparation class.
RECONCILIATION: Saturdays from 4:30 to 4:55 PM and Sundays from 9:00 to 9:25 AM.
Or call the rectory for an appointment.
MATRIMONY: Please contact the rectory six months in advance so that plans and instructions can be made.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK: For anointing of the sick, hospital visitation, or communion
calls for anyone elderly, homebound, ill, or in danger of death, family members are asked to
call the rectory. Please remember that hospitals no longer notify us of an individual being in
the hospital.
PARISH WEBSITE
www.strbellarmine.com
PARISH COUNCIL OFFICERS
President: Mrs. Sharon Brader/636-441-2203
Vice-President: Mrs. Judy Meiser/636-928-4118
Secretary: Mrs. Vicki Grant/636-949-7924
BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS
DEADLINE: Tuesdays, 9:00 AM, prior to the weekend the article is to appear. Please provide contact name and
phone number.
FULL PAGE INSERTS: Must be approved before inclusion in the bulletin. May run for one week only. Please call
the rectory to reserve a week.
MINISTRY SCHEDULE
Monday, November 17
8:00 AM Don Krekeler
Tuesday, November 18
8:00 AM Helen and Joseph Hudak
2:00 PM Josephine Spernoza
Wednesday, November 19
8:00 AM Laverne Heck
Thursday, November 20
8:00 AM Pat Schone
Friday, November 21
8:00 AM Billy Crockett
Saturday, November 22
8:00 AM Helen Danahey
5:00 PM David Reis
Sunday, November 23
7:30 AM Wilfred Post
9:30 AM Ed Loeffler
11:30 AM People of the Parish
November 22/November 23
Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe
Eucharistic Ministers
5:00 PM Deacon Lonnie Weishaar/C, Marsha Hoette/C,
Doug Hoette/C, Donna Ardolino/C, Jim Ardolino/B
7:30 AM Deacon Lonnie Weishaar/C, Jon Howard/C, Susan
Howard/B
9:30 AM Deacon Joe Meiergerd/C, Rachel Anderson/C, Judy
Mahon/C, Carrie Rudberg/C, Mary Waller/B
11:30 AM Eunice Cluny/C, Nancy Frese/C, Beverly Menner/C,
Lewellyn Gregory/C, Jean Hampel/B
Lectors
5:00 PM Bill Rebore
7:30 AM Cathi Smyth
9:30 AM Paul Rudberg
11:30 AM Jan McArthur
Servers
5:00 PM Elsie Nabzdyk, Walter Nabzdyk
7:30 AM Margaret Eikermann, Judy Meiser
9:30 AM Meghan Anderson, Amanda Maasen
11:30 AM Abbey Goslin, Tiffany Goslin
LAST WEEK’S COLLECTIONS
Sunday Offering
$ 11,498.00
Our sincere thanks to those who so very generously
support St. Robert Bellarmine Parish.
ALTAR SOCIETY
Peggy Boschert is in charge of the Altar and Sanctuary
this week, November 21 and 22.
CARE CENTER FOOD PANTRY
When you do your shopping this week, don’t forget the
poor! The menu for November is:
Chicken & Dumplings, Cranberry Sauce,
Instant Pudding, Pop Tarts
Powdered Milk (optional)
Items always welcome by Sts. Joachim and Ann Care
Service: Cereal, peanut butter, jelly, spaghetti sauce,
spaghetti, toilet paper, diapers, rice or rice meals, or
cakes of soap. Please place items in crate. Thanks for
your continued support of the Care Center.
FRIDAY NIGHT BINGO -- NOVEMBER 21
Bingo starts at 6:30 PM. Doors open at 4:00 PM.
Floor: Team 2 Captain: Diane Bocklage/314-780-1697
Kitchen Set-up Team: Dennison/Mueller
Kitchen Serving Team: Knights
Bingo Cleaning Team: Team B
Bingo of Nov. 7 = $ 773.50
Kitchen = $ 402.25
Thanks for all you do to make our Bingo successful!
BINGO DESSERTS
The following are scheduled to bring desserts for the
Friday Night Bingo on November 21, 2014: B. Hilker, J.
Hillis, C. Hodges, M. Holbrook, R. Holzum, D. Ivy, K.
Johannes, and J. Krebeck. Thanks for your support
of our Friday Night Bingos!
THANK YOU
Jacob and Matthew Ule and Lori’s extended family
would like to thank each of you for the support you have
shown to them over the last two years. At the family’s
request, any donations that you might wish to make in
Lori’s memory in order to help Jacob and Matthew
should be to Lori’s Legacy at www.giveforward.com.
ST. PATRICK CENTER
Once again winter is at our door. We will be collecting
new or used (in good condition) winter clothing of all
varieties. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Hakenewerth whom
have volunteered to make trips to St. Patrick’s which
allows us to collect all items of outerwear. This includes
coats, sweaters, hats and gloves for men, women and
children in all sizes. Thank you Shirley and Jim. Please
place your donation in the box provided in the church
vestibule. If you have any questions, please contact
Mary Waller/636-441-5476. Thanks in advance for your
donations.
CALENDAR
17
17
18
19
21
22
Chili for the Homeless -- at Rectory by 10:00 AM
RCIA Meeting -- 7:00 PM
St. Vincent DePaul Meeting -- 7:00 PM
Men’s Club -- 7:00 PM
Bingo -- 6:30 PM
Spirituality Workshop -- 9:00 AM to Noon
CHILI FOR THE HOMELESS
To those who are cooking chili for the St. Patrick Center:
Your chili needs to be in the Rectory Meeting Room on
Monday, November 17, by 10:00 AM. Thank you!
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL SOCIETY
St. Vincent DePaul Society will hold their bi-monthly
meeting on Tuesday, November 18, at 7:00 PM, in the
Lounge. If you are interested in joining this ministry,
please plan to attend the meeting.
MEN’S CLUB
The Men’s Club will meet on Wednesday, November 19,
at 7:00 PM, in the Family Room. New members are always welcome to join! Call Tom/636-926-3588 if you
have any questions or for more information.
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL UPDATE
During October, we received 147 calls for various reasons. We directly helped 31 families (86 adults and children). The balance of calls were properly attended. Our
expenses totaled $6,587, which included : Rent = $
849, Electric = $3,267, Gas = $200, Water = $133,
Food = $715, Clothes = $67, Furniture = $85, Car Repair = $ 123, Home Repair = $850, Supplies = $23, and
Annual St. Vincent DePaul Dues = $275.
Thank you patrons, organizations, and those contributing
through the poor box. All are welcome to attend our
meetings held on the first and third Tuesday of the month
at 7:00 PM in the Teacher’s Lounge.
Prayer: No work of charity is foreign to the St. Vincent
DePaul Society.
TJ’S PIZZA FUNDRAISER
“The Knights” want to thank you once again for your tremendous support of our TJ’s Pizza fundraiser last weekend. It was a huge success and we will be able to support many local charity efforts due to your participation.
Thank you again and we will see you in the spring with
more treats!
EARLY BULLETIN DEADLINE
Due to an early submission requirement for the bulletin
of the weekend of November 29th and 30th, all bulletin
items must be submitted to the Rectory by 9:00 AM on
Wednesday, November 19th. Sorry for the inconvenience.
CARDBOARD CITY IS HERE!
Our youth group has been studying causes of homelessness and what can be done about it. We have now constructed homes of cardboard boxes and are living outside in solidarity with the homeless until after the 11:30
Mass on Sunday. Participants may bring one pillow or
one blanket. To keep warm they have lined their box
with rags and shredded newspaper and layered their
clothing. They were not allowed to bring food along and
parents could not bring food to them. Teens will be begging for your support for the St. Vincent de Paul Society
after all weekend Masses. Please pray for those struggling to keep their families together in their own homes.
Studies show that most Americans do not have enough
resources to be able to sustain themselves more than
eight weeks in the event of job loss of serious illness. In
other words, this could be any one of us!
PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION
The first grading period ended on November 12 and report cards will be available at Parent-Teacher Conferences on Sunday, November 23 between 10:30 and
11:30 AM. Any parent who is unable to attend the conferences is asked to call the office or see the catechist to
schedule an appointment at another time.
In anticipation of the Thanksgiving holiday, there will be
no classes on Wednesday, November 26. The sacramental preparation classes will meet Tuesday, November 25.
PRAYER CHAIN
Could there be anything more comforting than feeling
the Lord’s presence? We have this every time we turn
to Him in prayer. He is always there to help us and to
guide us. If you have a special intention and would like
us to join you in prayer, call or text Shirley or email
[email protected]
CATHOLIC RADIO - 1460 AM
The Rosary is said Monday through Saturday at 10:00
AM, and Monday through Friday at 8:30 PM.
RECTORY STAFF EMAIL
Please remember to change your address book for
church emails. Recent changes with our server will not
allow us to receive emails sent to the old sbcglobal.net.
The correct email addresses are:
Father Ryan
[email protected]
Carol Breckle
[email protected]
Laurie Schueddig
(Bookkeeper/
Office Manager)
[email protected]
Karen Vossenkemper [email protected]
(Secretary)
Thank you for reviewing your email accounts and making the appropriate changes.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER16
THIRTY-THIRD SUNDAY
IN ORDINARY TIME
(Lec. 157)
1) Proverbs 31: 10-13, 19-20, 30-31
2) 1 Thessalonians 5: 1-6
3) Matthew 25: 14-30 or 25: 14-15, 19-21
FOCUS:
Let the light of faith overcome our fears of the darkness
and of the unknown.
The Lord graced each of us with many abilities. These
abilities give us the strength to confront life’s complexity
and, with the help of our Lord, enable us to reach new
heights. Let a fearless desire to please the Lord fill our
lives.
LITURGY OF THE WORD
The Book of Proverbs praises the worthy wife who
brings honor and good. In the second reading, Saint
Paul confirms that we are children of light. Our concern
is to be ready for Jesus’ return. Our hearts are certain
that the Savior will return at any moment. Jesus teaches
us to use our gifts to the fullest.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
PANCAKE BREAKFAST
The Knights of Columbus will hold an All You Can Eat
Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, November 30th from
8:00 AM to 11:30 AM. Breakfast includes excellent omelets, pancakes, sausage, eggs, biscuits and gravy, juice,
milk and coffee. The cost is $6.00/Adults -- $3.00/ Children (6-11 years) -- Children (5 years and under) eat
free! In addition, the Knights are holding a Blood Drive
at the same time as the breakfast. Please consider donating a unit of blood to the Red Cross. Those who donate blood that day, will receive a FREE Breakfast.
COOKIE AND CHRISTMAS RESALE
The Cookie and Christmas Resale will be held the weekend of December 13/14. Boxes for the Christmas resale
items will be located in the vestibule of the Church beginning the weekend of November 22/23. (Christmas
items only, no clothes please!) All jewelry is welcome
and appreciated. The Ladies’ Council will also be making phone calls to parishioners requesting donations of
home-baked cookies, breads, or candy. Any questions,
call Cathy/636-723-0436 or Martha 636-441-4609.
SCHOOL NEEDS RECYCLED PAPER!
Our Regional School is always in need of recycled paper (8 1/2” x 11” - clean on one side). If you have any or
know of someone who does, please drop it by the SESR
school office. We would greatly appreciate it!
CARE NOTES
Those who have experienced the loss of a loved one
may find that their pain and sense of loss is more real
during the holidays. As much as others may want to,
they sometimes cannot make things better, and may
even be impatient with the prolonged grief that many
experience. Whether the loss is fresh, or the anniversary of a loved one’s death, getting through the holidays
can be a challenge. The bereaved can learn from others
who have gone before them in this experience. Several
CareNotes are now available in the church vestibule to
offer options for making choices that may offer some
comfort, peace and moments of healing during the holidays. Please take a moment to review the CareNotes
and select those that will help you in the healing process.
HOLIDAY REMEMBRANCE
CANDLELIGHT MEMORIAL PROGRAMS
Baue Funeral Homes will host several Holiday Remembrance programs at their various locations. The dates,
times and locations are as follows:
Thursday, December 4th -- 7:00 PM -- O’Fallon Chapel - 311 Wood Street -- O’Fallon, MO 63366
Saturday, December 6th -- 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM -Cave Springs Chapel -- 3950 West Clay Street -- St.
Charles, MO 63301
Monday, December 8th -- 7:00 PM -- St. Charles Chapel
-- 620 Jefferson Street -- St. Charles, MO 63301.
RSVP at Baue.com by December 1st, 2014 or call Baue
Community Services at 636-946-4042.
INFERTILITY SUPPORT GROUP
A discussion group meeting will be held on the second
Wednesday of each month from 5:30 to 7:00 PM at
Mercy Hospital, Department of Fertility Care Services, 11700 Studt Road, Suite C (one block south of
Olive on Studt Road, east of New Ballas Road). This
group has been formed to provide an opportunity to meet
with others experiencing infertility to share insights, feelings and experiences. Please call to confirm meeting
time and date. (For more information on the group or
seminar, contact 314-997-7576. The next scheduled
date is: December 10, 2014.
All meetings are held at 11700 Studt Avenue, Ste C,
St. Louis, MO 63141. Please watch the website for
upcoming information at mercy.net/fertilitycare.
CHRISTMAS MORNING TREATS
Fr. Dominic Garramone, “The Bread Monk”, is returning
to the K of C #823 in St. Charles on Saturday, December 6, 2014 for a bread making demo of Christmas
Morning Treats. Demo will have some quick breads that
can easily be made on Christmas morning. For further
info and tickets, please contact Leo DeMars/314-5043638.
18 St. Robert Bellarmine Confirmation Sponsor
Training Session -- 7:00 PM
18 SESR Home & School Meeting -- cafeteria, 7 PM
19 Birthday Lunch
19 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Confirmation Meeting for
8th Grade Parents -- SE Church, 6:30 PM
COLLECTION FOR THE CATHOLIC
CAMPAIGN FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Next week’s Collection for the Catholic Campaign for
Human Development (CCHD) needs your help. CCHD
was founded to end the cycle of poverty in the United
States by funding organizations that help people help
themselves. With the tradition of improving education,
housing situations, and economic development, CCHD
continues to make a positive impact on communities
nationwide. Your contribution will defend human dignity
and help those living on the margins of our society.
Please give to the CCHD Collection.
MEDICAID EXPANSION COMMUNITY MTG.
Please join Catholic Charities of St. Louis and our partners, Metropolitan Congregations United, and Missouri
Health Care for All, for the first St. Charles Community
Meeting on Medicaid Expansion. You will learn about
the need for Medicaid Expansion in Missouri, important
updates for the 2015 Legislative Session, and how you
can get involved and take action to ensure that 300,000+
Missourians receive access to health care. The St.
Charles Community Meeting on Medicaid Expansion will
take place Tuesday, November 18th from 7-8 PM at
First United Methodist Church (801 First Capitol Dr.,
St. Charles, MO 63301). Please RSVP to Meg Olson,
[email protected] or 314-367-5500, ext. 1128.
As Pope Francis wrote in The Joy of the Gospel, charity
means “working to eliminate the structural causes of
poverty and to promote the integral development of the
poor. This means education, access to health care, and
above all employment.” We know that expanding Medicaid certainly increases access to health care for so
many of our neighbors, and it also creates jobs in Missouri. So join Catholic Charities as we live out the Gospel and work to eliminate a significant structural cause of
poverty in our state!
CATHOLIC SINGLES GROUP
Catholic Singles group is having a Christmas Dance on
Saturday, Dec. 6th from 8 PM to Midnight at Ascension
(230 Santa Maria Dr., Chesterfield, MO 63005). $12 at
the door, $10 in advance. This includes open bar and
light snacks. For more info, contact Gina at [email protected]
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER WEEKENDS
Take a break from shopping, planning, baking and preparing and put some Christmas into your marriage by
attending a Marriage Encounter weekend. Couples who
have attended report a renewed enthusiasm for their
marriage and a positive outlook for their future. A Marriage Encounter weekend is scheduled for December 57, 2014 or February 6-8, 2015. More information is available at www.stl-wwme.org or by phone at 314-469-7317.
SPIRITUALITY WORKSHOP
Calling all men of the parish. We are hosting a spirituality workshop for all the men of the parish. The workshop
is being held here at St. Robert’s on Saturday, November 22nd from 9:00 AM to Noon. The workshop is being
led by Father Mitch Doyen. Father Doyen is currently
the Associate Pastor at Assumption Parish in O’Fallon,
Missouri. Fr. Doyen has devoted a great deal of his
Catholic ministry to inspiring men to enhance their spiritual experience with God. Father Doyen has titled this
workshop: Walking with men in Scripture finding our
way into the Heart of Christ. Father Doyen has spent
24 years as a priest in high school ministry prior to his
assignment at Assumption in O’Fallon. Most recently,
Father Doyen was president of St. Mary’s High School in
South St. Louis. He has been very involved in Men’s
Work, sharing his faith journey with other men who are
willing to walk the journey with him. Father Doyen plans
to connect his life experience with the stories of Moses,
David, Elijah, Peter, and Paul. He will then invite all of
the men of our parish to make similar connections to
their own life stories. We are asking you to put aside
three hours of your time and come join us on Saturday,
November 22nd and enhance your spiritual experience
with God.
Want to know more about St. Robert Bellarmine Parish?
Visit our website at: www.strbellarmine.com.
TRIVIA NIGHT
SPONSORED BY LINDENWOOD
The Lindenwood University Newman Center is hosting
our 2nd annual trivia night on November 22, 2014 at 7:00
PM. The doors will open at 6:00 PM. Trivia will take
place at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 20 Westbury
Drive, St. Charles, MO 63301. Tickets are $15 per person or $100 for a table of 8. Contact Emily/217-7411129 for more information or to register.
WHAT’S HAPPENING?
November 22 - 23rd Annual Arts and Crafts Fair - St.
Mary Magdalen Parish (city) - 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM - in
the former Mary Magdalen school building (4323 S. Kingshighway between Bancroft and Sutherland Ave.) - For
more info, call Cookie/314-832-4531.
November 23 - All You Can Eat Breakfast - Immaculate
Conception - Augusta (5912 Highway 94 South) - 8:00
AM to 12:00 Noon - Adult Price =$8.00, Children =
$3.00.
MILITARY PERSONNEL
Please pray for the military personnel serving our country in various areas around the world: Jake Nuernberger, Michael Conley, Priscilla Adams,
Geoffrey Merrick, Timothy Adams, Dave
Denhard, Sean Peters, Kevin Doyle, Christopher and Sambriddhi Winkler, Michael
Adams, Tom Collins, Brian Brewer, Brandon Politte, Melissa Thornhill, Darrell Givens, Dusty
Young, Christina (Humberd) Schofield, Greg Finke,
Brad Virden, Eric Muich, Robert John Mackey, Stephen Copp, Joshua Tullock, Carl Beck, Randall
Trautz, Steve Swartstrom, Chris Suttmoller, Charles
Drucker, Samantha Hill, Luke Morath, Stephen Araniecke, Matt Araniecke, Tyler Gerler, William R.
Burnside, Daniel Bardgett , Toni Givens, Matthew
Vanness, Patrick Ahrens, Cory Ershen and Michael
Lada. Call the Rectory/636-946-6799 to have a name
included. If any of the military personnel listed above
have returned home, let us know.
WE PRAY FOR THE SICK . . .
Ed and Joan Theby, Marion Bergfeld, Evelyn DuBois,
Sr. Rose, Julie Stutz-Weindel, Tariq Eddington, Mary
Ann Mills, Lucy Goolsby, Carla C., Avery Budde, Sue
Beckham, Marge Hutchins, Mary Beth, Mary Ann Dunnermann, John Finocchiaro, Clinton Jeffreys, Susan Volansky, Vito Castelli, Madison, Phil Hampel, Jan Dalton,
Andrew Steffenson, Marcus, Herta, Carl’s wife, Jimmy
Klos, Jay, young man, young woman, Shirley Klos,
Brady, Theresa Keen, William Peters, Jalene Walsh, a
relative, Josh Rolf, Robert S., Matt W., Karrie Bizelli,
Eileen Gandt, Patricia Castelli, Patrick Murphy, a special
person and family, Rick Meese, Jennifer Poettker, Kathy
W., Ron Theby, Ruth, Barbara, Debra Shwedus, Jan
Probst, Michelle Barnes, Dawn, Elise Pepple, Mike
McElfresh, Mark Stein, Paula Weinreis, Kay Bonney,
Audrey Meyer, Rosemary DiFerdinando, Kiera, Kathy
George, Susan Burns, Walter Burns, Wanda Rush, David, Ray Gilliam, Jake, Amy, Kyle Earnest, Kathy
Dougherty, Bernadette Cheatham, Jean Vaughn, Brandy
Dunn, Delores Adams, Kathy McNamee, Lynsey, Audry
Aholt, Joe Gianino, Lorraine Davis, Peggy Stockman, Bill
and Shirley Schaefer.
THE CATHOLIC’S DIVORCE
SURVIVAL GUIDE
The holidays can be difficult for divorced and separated
families. Make your healing a priority in the new year by
attending the new Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide.
The 12-week program follows lay men and women on
the journey to true healing, along with Catholic experts
who address denial, anger, grief, guilt, forgiveness, money, the kids, the ex-spouse, spirituality, annulment and
much more. Immaculate Conception Parish - Dardenne
is hosting the program beginning January 8, 2015.
There is a $25 fee which will cover all materials needed.
(Scholarships are available for anyone who cannot afford
the fee). Contact Debi at [email protected] or 314-2763859 for more information.
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636.926.9989
www.BesedaFlooring.com
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-945-6629
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