Document 437308

Saints Mary and Joseph Catholic Church
Carlinville, Illinois
Carol Link
Parish Bookeeper
[email protected]
Jennifer Frericks
Coordinator of Religious Education
[email protected]
Rev. Angel Sierra
Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Marianna Sathuluri
Parochial Vicar
Rose Marie Price
Carol Lefler
Religious Ed. Assistant
Parish Maintenance
[email protected]
Linda Wood
Parish Secretary
[email protected]
Rocco Cania
Youth Minister
[email protected]
Cheryl Ogden, RN
Parish Nurse
217- 414 - 5542
Weekend Mass Times: Saturday (Vigil) 5:00 pm - Sunday 8:00 am and 10:00 am
Daily Mass: Monday, Thursday and Friday: 8:00 am and Wednesday: 5:00 pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday 4:15 pm - 4:45 pm and by appointment.
Parish Office Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri: 9:00 am -12:00 Noon, Wed. 1:00 - 5:00 pm
2010 East First South Street (Rte 108) - P.O. Box 647 - Carlinville, Illinois 62626
Web: www.ssmjc.org
Office: (217) 854-7151
Fax: (217) 854-9228
Ss. Mary and Joseph Church
The Thirty Third Sunday Ordinary Time - November 16, 2014
Parish Address:
2010 East First South Street
P.O. Box 647
Carlinville, IL. 62626
Parish Office: 217- 854-7151
Parish Office Hours:
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Friday:
9:00 am – 12:00 Noon
Wed.: 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Mass Times
Saturday (Vigil): 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8 am and 10 am
Mon,Thurs and Fri: 8:00 am
Wednesday: 5:00 pm
Holy Days:
As announced
— Sacrament of Reconciliation —
Saturday: 4:15pm - 4:45 pm
and at other times by appointment
—-Chaplet of Divine Mercy—Monday:
8:30 am
— Scriptural Rosary —
Monday:
9:00 am
— Eucharistic Adoration —
Thursday: 8:30 am -12:00 pm
November 2014
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Next weekend, November 22-23, 2014, is the annual Diocesan
Campaign for Justice and Hope (DCJH) Collection. This collection will
be used to help the tens of thousands of people living in poverty in our
Diocese of Springfield in Illinois.
All the money collected will be given out, through a grant process, to
local programs and organizations that give realistic hope to the poor. Like
all Catholic ministries, the DCJH reaches out to the broader community,
without regard to race, ethnicity or religion. However, we do require that
grant requests have the signature of the pastor or an active member of a
Catholic parish.
Last June, twenty-three (23) organizations/programs received grants
from the 2013 November DCJH collection. Everyone who applied for a
grant received some assistance. All the money collected was distributed
through grants. The Catholic Times November 15-16, 2014 issue has
information on the organizations which received grants.
Mon. 11/17: St. Elizabeth of Hungary
8:00 am: Kathleen Eldred Tue. 11/18: The Dedication of the
Basilicas of SS. Peter and Paul
8:00 am: Communion Service
Wed. 11/19: Ordinary Time
8:00 am: Communion Service
5:00 pm: Geraldine Lange
Birthday
Thu. 11/20: Ordinary Time
8:00 am: Duane Morehead 11:00 am: Carlinville Rehab:
Mary Bausano Fri. 11/21: The Presentation of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
8:00 am: Polly Kufa 11:00 am: Friendship: Jim Burns Sat. 11/22: St. Cecilia
5:00 pm: Tom Burns Sun.11/23: Jesus Christ The King
8:00 am: Florence Koster 10:00 am: Jack Stankoven Families living in poverty deserve our prayer, action and financial
support. Please give generously to the DCJH collection and, when
possible, share your time and talent.
If you did not receive an envelope for the DCJH collection, donations can
be sent to: Diocesan Campaign for Justice and Hope, 1615 West
Washington Street, Springfield, Illinois 62702. For more information, email [email protected] or visit the website at www.dio.org.
May God bless you and reward you with peace, joy and hope.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Most Reverend Thomas John Paprocki
Bishop of Springfield in Illinois
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-Parish Financial ReportANNUAL CATHOLIC SERVICES APPEAL
WEEKLY PARISH OFFERING
Week 19
11/09
Total to Date
Parish Assessment
Fiscal Year 2014-15:
$36,670.00
$254.00
$4,164.63
Weekly Envelopes
$3,415.00
$88,452.99
Totals
$3,669.00
$92,617.62
Residual:
Budget Goal
$5,200.00
$98,800.00
-$1,531.00
-$6,182.38
Building Fund: $100.00 ~ Flower Fund: $570.00
Propagation of Faith: $5.00 ~ Votive Candle: $48.60
All Saints Day: $10.00 ~ Campaign for Justice: $20.00
Loose Cash Donated
Difference
Total Collected:
$5,440.00
$31,230.00
11/8-9/2014
11/9-10/2013
Sat. 5 pm
Sun. 8 am
Sun. 10 am
Total
123
145
113
381
Sat. 5 pm
Sun. 8 am
Sun. 10 am
Total
161
107
404
136
Parish Liturgical Ministry Schedule - November 22-23, 2014
Saturday 5:00pm
Music
Sunday 8:00am
Sunday 10:00am
No Music
No Music
No Music
Greeters
Justin & Amy Petrovich
Anna & Jacob Petrovich
Steven & Denise Boente
Dennis & Beth Young
Lector
Kris Rosentreter
Mark & Becky Donaldson
Rick Rosentreter
Eucharistic
Ministers
D. Reid*, T. Reid*, K. Rosentreter,
D. Ahrens*, A. Grichnik*, J. Griffin,
T. Rosentreter, M. Sottoriva, A. Woods, S. Griffin , M. Klaus
S. Millard
J. Delaney*, M. Delaney*, M. Dyer,
W. Dyer, K. Egelhoff, L. Egelhoff,
A. Costello
Altar
Servers
Jacob Petrovich
Logan Rosentreter
Lonny Rosentreter
Allison Rosentreter
Dylan Rosentreter
In charity, please remember in your prayers:
… our military personnel, especially: William Charleton, Jerry Clarke, Jim Garner, Matthew Gazda, Jr., Stefan Gazda, Robert Knight,
Antonio Lane, David Mummert, Bryan Murphy Jr., Jordan Ogden, Glen Pedersen, Todd Petersen and family, Leif Peterson,
Austin Michael Smith, and Nathan Stewart.
… the sick and those in need: Kenny Alberico, Robert Alberico, Marie France Armstrong, Eugene Bellm II, Matt Bellm, Mary Boehm,
Paul Boehm, Karen Buechart, Norman Bowman, Mildred Caldieraro, Jayne Cioni, Susan Cosenza, Karen Dworzynski, Bill Fraser,
Jane Garrett, Sandy Goodman, Tony Grayson, Sydney Green, Helen Greenwalt, Jeena Greenwalt, Paul Greenwalt, Louie Hacke,
David Haley, Trisha Agetta Hall, Bill Harding, Lyndal Herschelman, Bill Hoff, Alice Johnson, Mary Kay Ketchum, Shonna Knight, Ann Link,
Bill Lacy, George Lacy, Sharon Lintner, Michael Marcacci, Sam Oswald, Kristy and Andy Ott, Ronnie Paul, Joshua Renkin, Hazel Renz,
Marie Reznicek, Wilma Rhodes, Regina Richey-Helmers, Chelsea Rives, Betty Robb, Walter Rosentreter, Betty Roth, Gene Rubemeyer,
Russell Ruyle, Cathy Smith, Michael J. Smith, Eric Strutner, Richard Tego, Dennis Toon, Vittorina Wilson and Harry Yeager
… and those who have died in the year 2014: Delphine “Del” Paul, Christine Selvo, Rose T. Hardin, Catherine Monti, George Lintner,
Emily Tomaska, Darrell Bellm, Duane Morehead, Ralph Robinson, Philip Regli and Brad Demuzio.
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News In Religious Education
—A lifelong journey made together—
PSR Calendar
Christmas Program
November
We are began our rehearsals Saturday at
10:00pm. Rehearsals from now on will be held on
Thursday evenings from 7:00pm to 8:00pm and on
Sundays following the 10am Mass. We will not have
rehearsals the entire week of Thanksgiving.
Our final production will be on Sunday, December
21st at 7:00pm.
If you have not signed up and would like to
be a part of our program or would like to be an adult
volunteer please let me know, I would be happy to
have you! Jennifer Frericks at 217-854-7151 or
[email protected]
Wednesday 19th – Regular Classes for grades K-5
Touching Safety Classes for
Grades 6-8 at 5:00pm
and High School at 7:00pm
Wednesday 26th – NO CLASSES
Thanksgiving Break
PSR Snacks
We are accepting snack donations of cookies,
punch, and popcorn for our PSR program. Place them
in the basket with the monster sign!
Thank You!
Rehearsal Scehdule
Thursday, November 20th - 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Thursday, December 4th - 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Choir Only from 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday, December 7th - 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Thursday December 11th - 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Choir Only from 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday, December 14th - 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Costumes from 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Thursday, December 18th 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Dress Rehearsal
Touching Safety Class
In keeping with Diocese Policy it is required to
have a Touching Safety Class once a year. Our K-5
students receive a more comprehensive lesson at
school, so I am only required to have this class for our
students in grades 6th -12th.
The lesson talks about how to handle difficult
situations that teenagers face today. The lesson will
last about 45 minutes and will be this upcoming
Wednesday, November 19th from 5:00 pm-6:00pm
for grades 6th - 8th and from 7:00 pm - 8:00pm
for the High School. Opt Out forms have been sent
home and if you don’t feel comfortable with you child
attending, please send the form back signed.
Youth Group
Our Youth Group will be meeting the first
Wednesday of every month for a group activity.
We will meet from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm and will be in
place of the High School PSR classes that evening.
Teenagers in grades 7th -12th are invited and can
bring friends.
We are currently planning the next event which
will take place on Wednesday, December 3rd.
We are beginning to plan our Mission Trip and
are looking at possible service opportunities for the
Youth Group to participate in. We are open to any
new ideas you have to continue to rekindle the youth
program here at our Church!
Candy!
Candy Sales have begun! Get your peanut
brittle and toffee! We will be selling them before and
after Mass next weekend, November 20th and 21st,
and on Wednesday, November 19th during PSR.
The large boxes of candy which are a pound
are $8 and the small boxes which are a half pound
are $4.
The money raised from this will go to help
fund the Mission Trip this summer!
Mark Your Calendars!
Children’s Snack Program
Wednesday, December 10th
Caroling and Christmas Party
We fell behind a bit this week and were short on
everything except Pop Tarts. Please remember,
there are children in our community who are hungry
every weekend we don’t help.
Wednesday, December 17th
Our Lady of the Snows Filed Trip
Thank you and God Bless,
Bob Reiher
217-473-0684
MORE DETAILS WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON
ABOUT THESE EVENTS!
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November Upcoming Events
Nursing Home Masses
November 2014
All parishioners are invited to celebrate the following Nursing Home Masses
Morse Farms
Heritage Health
Carlinville Rehab
Friendship Home
Thursday,
Thursday
Thursday
Friday
November 6
November 13
November 20
November 21
St. Vincent de Paul
10:00 am
11:00 am
11:00 am
11:00 am
Sunday, November 16, 2014
The next St. Vincent DePaul meeting will be held on Sunday, November 16th
at 9:00 am in the Conference Room of Saints Mary and Joseph Church.
For more information, contact Bob Reiher at 854-9339.
Adult Faith Formation Sessions
Thursday, November 20, 2014
The next session of our Parish Adult Faith Formation will be held on Thursday, November 20, 2014.
The sessions are held each Thursday from 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm in the Conference Room.
The book for study is entitled: “Jesus - A Pilgrimage” by Fr. James Martin, S.J.
Pastoral Council Meeting
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Members of the Parish Pastoral Council will hold their next meeting at 7:30 pm
in the Church Conference Room on Thursday, November 20, 2014.
Members are: Jessica Barkley, Paul Boente, Sarah Boyett,
Kenneth Egelhoff, Susan Reznicek, and Jim Salske.
Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service - Canceled
Sunday, November 23, 2014
Saints Mary and Joseph Church was going to host the Carlinville Ecumenical Prayer Service
on Sunday, November 23th at 6:00 pm in our Church.
Some Pastors and Congregations from the Carlinville Christian Churches
are unable to attend this celebration this year for various reasons.
Thanksgiving Day Mass
Thursday, November 27, 2014
On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 27th a Special Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 am
in our Church. All Parishioners and their families are invited to attend this Mass to offer
gratitude to God for the many blessings we have received during this calendar year.
Fifth Weekend St. Vincent DePaul Collection Sat/Sun, November 29-30, 2014
The St. Vincent DePaul Society will be taking a Fifth Weekend collection
after the regular weekend Masses on Saturday, November 29th and Sunday, November 30th.
For more info, contact Bob Reiher at 854-9339.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING
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Parish Nursing
Could it be more?
The house has been "put to bed". The doors are
locked tight, and the lights are shut down. Sounds of
slumber fill your ears as your family begins to drift off
to a restful sleep. Suddenly, the most horrific sound
comes from the baby monitor and you spring from
your bed, rushing to the crib. Your young infant is
coughing and coughing, as he tries to catch his breath
comes a distinct "whoop" and the coughing begins
anew. This sound is like no other.
Recent news banners have announced the
resurgence of pertussis. This bacterial respiratory
infection is also known as whooping cough because
of the unique and very distinctive cough that
accompanies it. Pertussis is highly contagious and
causes uncontrollable and violent coughing. The
whoop sound occurs as after spasmodic bouts of the
cough, the person tries to force air into their lungs.
Over 10,000 children every year are affected with this
infection. The ages most often affected are infants
through 5-6 year olds. There have been occurrences
of older children, teens and even adults who have
contracted a milder infection if immunity fades.
Research has also shown that it may be possible that
strains have become resident to the vaccine currently
given to infants.
Pertussis symptoms may start very much like a cold.
Very often 10-14 days after exposure, the person
begins with severe bouts of coughing. These are
often describes as the "worst in their lives". These
episodes can be severe enough to crack ribs and
rupture blood vessels in the eyes. Even more
important, during these bouts the infected person can
spread the infection to a dozen more without even
realizing what they are infected. The infection is
transmitted in airborne droplets as they cough.
Pertussis immunization are given to infants in a
series of 5 doses at 2,4,6 months and then 15-18
months. Additional doses are done for children at 4
and 6 years with a booster dose at 11-12 years old.
It's important to have these immunization completed
on the schedule recommendations by the CDC.
Vaccines are effective 80-90% of the time but not
perfect. If it seems to be more than a cold it's always
good to ask "could it be more?"
Parish Notes And Community Events
Salvation Army Bell Ringing
Salvation Army Bell Ringing will begin on November
24th this year. Our Parish will provide bell ringers on
November 24th, 25th, and 26th at Carl”s IGA and at
Walmart.
Peggy Garrison, Mary Dunn, and Leonard Bomkamp
will be calling members of the parish soon to ask you to
help with this worthy cause. PLEASE HELP if you can.
Thanks,
Leonard Bomkamp
K. C. Auxiliary
Decorate the K.C. Hall
For Christmas
The K.C. Auxiliary does not have a regular
meeting in November.
They will decorate the hall for Christmas on
Monday November 17th at 6 pm.
Pizza will be ordered for those who help. Men are
welcome.
For more information call
Beth Young…...854-3028
Holiday Wreath Workshop
MCDD Fundraiser With Emily Ruppel
Friday November 21st at MCDD School, 700 E. Elm.
Doors open at 6:00 pm Class Starts at 6:30 pm.
$50 per person for class and supplies. Please bring
scissors Advanced registration is required & spaces
are reserved on a first-come first-serve basis.
Door Prizes / Snacks / Silent Auction. Purchase tickets
at Cheryl Beanblossom: Edward Jones, Fenton Family
Chiropractic & Goodman Agency
Parish Prayer Chain Invitation
Our Parish prayer chain is inviting new members
to join in this spiritual strengthening of those in
need.
If you are interested in helping in this Ministry
please call our parish office at 854-7151 and we
will mail you the new list with instructions. You
will be asked to call on the next person on the
chain in order to pass on the name of those
requesting prayers.
Health insurance Assistance
Food Pantry
Would you like to help the food pantry this week but
not sure what to give ? Here are a couple of
suggestions: Toilet Paper and other Paper products
All help is appreciated.
Open enrollment for Health Insurance starts
November 15th.
If you have questions and need help call Miranda
Clark, in person counselor and navigator, at 217-7109925 to make an appointment. Services are Free!
To apply from home go to GetCoveredIllinois.gov
or
call the help desk at 866-311-1119
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PLEASE HELP
PARISHIONER INFORMATION
Is it I, Lord?
In stillness, you hear Him calling...the
call to be the hands and feet of
Christ.
We are in desperate need of
Eucharistic ministers for Heritage
Manor nursing home After the first of
the year, the volunteer core group
will drop to just two. Please consider
serving this important ministry so it
may continue. For the residents of
this nursing home this is their weekly
opportunity to be nourished by the
body of Christ.
Please prayerfully reflect "is I you
are calling Lord?"
To volunteer, please call the parish
nurse Cheryl Ogden at
217-414-5542
New members & changes only—Fill in, cut out, and
send to parish office.
Name_______________________________________
Street_______________________________________
City_____________________________
State_________________ Zip________________
Submitted
by___________________________________
Phone (Day)____________________
(Night)___________________
Are you:
____new resident
____new address
____new family member
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___wish clergy to call
___illness in family
___moving away