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The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
December 28, 2014
6535 Highway YY—Washington, MO 63090
Phone: (636) 239-4216 Fax: (636) 239-3590
Website: www.stgertrudechurch.org
Reverend Philip Krill, Administrator
616-243-7566 (cell phone) [email protected] www.encounteringthetrinity.com
Reverend Bernard J. Wilkins, Retired In-residence Reverend Mr. Charlie Gildehaus, Deacon
Mrs. Kathy Mueller, Compliance and Operations Mgr. (e-mail) [email protected]
Mrs. Michelle Gildehaus, Administrative Assistant (e-mail) [email protected]
Ms. Tina Seals, Bulletin Editor/Committee Manager (e-mail) [email protected]
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
December 28, 2014
TODAY'S READINGS
First Reading -- Those who honor their parents will be
greatly blessed and will atone for sins
(Sirach 3:2-6,12-14) or Genesis 15:1-6; 21:1-3.
Psalm -- Blessed are those who fear the Lord and walk in
his ways (Psalm 128) or Psalm 105.
Second Reading -- Be thankful; do everything in the name
of the Lord Jesus (Colossians 3:12-21 [12-17]) or Hebrews
11:8, 11-12, 17-19.
Gospel -- The child grew and became strong, filled with
wisdom (Luke 2:22-40 [22, 39-40]).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass (c) 1969, 1981, 1997,
International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
WE ARE GOD'S HOLY FAMILY
The scriptures of Israel are filled with many stories of barren couples who were miraculously granted the gift of children by God. Surely the best known among these is the first
reading from today, from which Luke took inspiration when
he recounted the miraculous birth of John the Baptist to
Zechariah and Elizabeth, and the more miraculous birth of
Jesus to Mary and Joseph. In each instance, we are given
examples or role models of those who trusted in God. More
than examples of those who trust, they are models of selfsurrender. They abandoned their own presuppositions and
prejudices about the workings of the world and turned their
lives over to belief in a God who can make life grow where
none ought to; a God who can turn death around into a new
and unimagined life; a God who can, today, take a tiny child
of humble parents in an insignificant town and make him
into a light for all the world. This is what we, as God's holy
family, are called to do each day: to trust not in ourselves
and the way we think things should be, but to open ourselves and surrender ourselves in faith to a God of endless
promise.
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of St. Gertrude Parish is to proclaim
Jesus Christ as Savior: in Word, in Worship,
in Service, and in Witness.
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
December 28, 2014
From the Heart of Fr. Phil
Weekend of December 28, 2014
Incarnation
“…And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us…” (Jn.
1:14)
“…And He is called Emmanuel, which means:
us…” (Mt. 1:23)
God-with-
What is the meaning of Christmas? What is the Mystery that we
behold when, like the Three Wise Men, we come before Him and
“fall on our knees” to adore Him”?
It is the Mystery of the Incarnation: the miracle of God-becomehuman. In Jesus we behold the Face of God. And what do we see
when we look upon the Face of God? We see the Face of Mercy.
We see the Face of Divine Mercy.
“God became man,” the early church fathers said, “so that men
and women could become God.” God’s Passion is to be at-onewith the creatures - you and me - He made for Himself.
Around the year 190 a.d., St. Irenaeus made this amazing statement:
“Since the One who saves [Jesus, the Eternal Word] already existed [from all eternity in the Trinity], it was necessary that those
who would be saved should come into existence, that the One
[who saves] should not exist in vain.”
In other words, you and I were created so we could receive the Gift
of Christmas. We were created so we could hold God in our hands;
so we could take into our bodies and souls, the very Body and Blood
of the God who saves. Jesus in the Mystery of the Eucharist is the
very same flesh-and-blood infant Mary wrapped in swaddling clothes
and placed in a manger. He came to her so she would give Him to
us.
Christmas means that God desires to enter into the closest intimacy
with those He made for Himself. He has chosen, called, and predestined us since before the foundation of the world (Eph. 1:4; Jn.
17:24) that we should be made worthy to receive Him. Do you believe? Come, then, let us adore Him!!
e.g., St. Athanasius, On the Incarnation #54
Against the Heretics, Book III, ch. 22, v. 3
Mass Times
Saturday:
4:30 pm
Sunday:
8:00 am and 10:30 am
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday’s: 8:00 am
Tuesday’s:
7:00 pm
Monday: Eucharistic Exposition Begins 8:30 am,
and Evening Prayer w/Benediction 7:00 pm
Confession Times
Saturday’s: 3:45 pm-4:15 pm, Sunday’s: 7:30 am-7:45 am
Tuesday’s: 6:15 pm-6:45 pm.
Eucharistic Exposition
Eucharistic Exposition will be held on every Monday
beginning at 8:30 am (following the 8 am Mass) and ending
with Evening Prayer/Benediction at 7:00 pm.
Prayer Chain Requests
Needing those extra prayers? Prayer ministers offer
requested prayers for the needs and intentions of the parish
community. To request prayers, please contact either Eileen
Hillerman (636) 239-4987 or Pat Miller (636) 390-8438 between 10:00 am and 9:30 pm. The prayer ministers will pray
daily for each request for four weeks.
Bulletin Deadline
Articles intended for publication in our parish bulletin need to be received in the Parish Office, in writing, before
Monday, 10:00 am.
In your prayers ...
Please pray for the sick:
Irene Biermann, Patti Bonvicin, Shirley Bourne, Ron Brinker,
Vernon L. Brinker, Joan Compton, Gary Dobsch, Verona
Elbert, Melvin Feldmann, Dorothy Hanneken, Mike Hanneken, Ruth Hellman, Missy Hill, Jeff Hinnah, Alma Holtmeyer, Jennifer Hopkins, Robert Kohne, Marvin Lottmann,
Leona Martin, Dan Meyer, Arlene Moll, Ann Monroig, William Monroig, Mark Monzyk, Toni Osseck, Pat Pugh, Evelyn
Roetheli, Merrill Schelich, Debbie Sullivan, Ethel Thomas,
Dorothy Tobben, Paula Weiskopf, Patty Westhoelter, Warren
Wiedemann, and the homebound and in nursing homes.
Please Pray for those Serving our Country
Patrick Feldmann, Charlie Hillerman, Patrick Kozemski,
Austin Mark, Aaron Maune, Dawn Nowak Ricketts, Andrew
Schull & Kurt Vlasak.
ALTAR FLOWERS
Lester Sullentrup is being remembered this weekend with
the altar flowers donated in his memory. We are honored to
remember and pray for this special intention.
Thank You!
Thank our Advertiser of the Week!!
West Contracting
573-468-4533
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December 28, 2014
From the Heart of Fr. Phil
Odds N Ends
Saturday, December 27, 2014
4:30 pm
Our Parishioners
Sunday, December 28, 2014
8:00 am
Katie and Alvina Hoelscher
10:30 am
Mickey Kimberlin
Monday, December 29, 2014
8:00 am
Virgil and Rose Alfermann
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
7:00 pm
Helen Nieder
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
4:30 pm
Francis Holdmeyer
Thursday, January 1, 2015
9:00 am
Odo Holdmeyer
Friday, January 2, 2015
8:00 am
Ann and Bill Monroig
Saturday, January 3, 2015
4:30 pm
Leola Unnerstall
Sunday, January 4, 2015
8:00 am
Mike and Norbert Luecke
10:30 am
Our Parishioners
New Years
Mass Times
New Years Eve, December 31, 2014
4:30 pm Mass
New Years Day, January 1, 2015
9:00 am Mass
Catholic Men for Christ 8th Annual
St. Louis Conference
Date: Saturday, February 7, 2015 Time: 7 AM
doors open; 8:30 AM Conference begins; Conference concludes with 4:00 PM Vigil Mass Location: Peabody Opera
House, Downtown St. Louis Theme: The harvest is plentiful,
but the workers are few. -Luke 10:2. Speakers: George
Weigel, Tim Staples, Terry Barber and Monsignor James J.
Ramacciotti.
The Catholic Men for Christ Conference has a newly designed
"user friendly" website. Find conference details and complete
your online registration at catholicmenforchrist.org.
Catholic Women for Christ
6th Annual Conference
Holiday Office Hours
The Parish Office will be closed December 24 thru
January 5. For an emergency you can call Fr. Phil at
616-243-7566.
Date: Saturday, March 21, 2015 Time: 7:45 AM
doors open; 9:00 AM Keynote, 4:00 PM Concluding Mass Location: St. Charles Convention Center, St. Charles, MO
Theme: If you are what you should be, you will set the world
on fire." - St. Catherine of Siena. Speakers: Teresa Tomeo,
Syndicated Catholic talk show host and motivational speaker
and Brenda Sharman, Founding National Director of Pure
Fashion.
For more details and registration, please visit catholicwomenforchrist.org
Rest in Peace
We offer our sympathy and prayers to the family
and friends of Evelyn Peters, who passed away recently. She
is the mother of Kathy Jo Brinker (Pat) of our parish.
May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed,
through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
The Week Ahead
Sun. Dec. 28
Retrouvaille
Marriage Challenges? Retrouvaille (a French word
meaning rediscovery) is a program to help couples heal & renew
their marriages that offers tools needed to rediscover a loving marriage relationship. It has helped thousands of couples with marital
problems & crises, even couples who are separated and divorced. The next program begins with the weekend of February 68, 2015. For further information, call 1-800-470-2230 or visit
www.HelpOurMarriage.com.
Mon. Dec. 29
Tue. Dec. 30
Wed. Dec. 31
Thur. Jan. 1
Fri. Jan. 2
Basketball
starting at
3:00pm
Basketball
starting at
3:00 pm
New Years Eve
4:30 pm mass
Happy New
Year
Mass at 9:00am
Basketball
Starting at
5:30 pm
Cheer Practice
3:00 pm
Sat. Jan. 3
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December 28, 2014
Collection Report for December 13/14 , 2014
WEEKLY
Adult Envelopes (168)
5,513.00
Youth Envelopes (4)
15.00
Loose Offering/Votives
193.00
Immac. Con. (Holy Day) (25)
276.00
Christmas (Holy Day) (2)
25.00
Electronic Giving (Estimate)*
2,085.00
Total Weekly Contributions
8,107.00
Offertory Weekly Budget
9,363.00
Overage/(Shortfall)
(1,256.00)
YTD Offertory
YTD Budget
YTD Difference
218,620
224,714
(6,094.00)
*This average weekly amount will be adjusted each quarter
to estimate what the electronic giving averages each week.
At the end of each month, we will adjust the weekly amt. to
reflect the actual collection for the month.
Parishioner Update
We would like everyone to be sure your address,
phone, cell phone etc. information is correct and up to date
with the Parish office. With the
trend being to delete home phones
and only carry a Cell Phone we
want to remind all who do this to
please contact the Parish office
with your cell number so we can
update our records and have a
number of contact for you.
Thank you for your consideration.
Special Collection Report for December 13/14, 2014
WEEKLY
St. Vincent De Paul (3)
Endowment fund (1)
515.00
10.00
Parish Improvement (16)
416.00
Christmas Flowers (14)
215.00
Seminary (1)
10.00
150 CLUB NEWS
Planning is underway for the upcoming 150 Club
dinner and dance. The date is 2/7/15. If you are currently a
member, you will be receiving your invitation shortly after
Christmas. If you are interested in joining (because you have
heard how much fun it is, or because St. Gertrude is a great
cause), please call or text Victoria Mitana at 636-432-3920,
or email me at [email protected] Cost to join is $100/
couple.
Thanks again for all your support.
Recommended Holiday Viewing – Take a moment
to sit back, put up your feet, and enjoy The Forsaken on
Tuesday, December 30 on EWTN at 5:30 pm. This thirty
minute documentary, featuring the Archdiocese of St. Louis
mission program Pan y Amor, will open your eyes to the
lives of children who have been rescued from living on the
streets of Cochabamba and La Paz, Bolivia. Prior to being
rescued, these children barely survived and often went to
sleep hungry and on the streets. Emmy award winner
Chuck Neff does an extraordinary job of capturing the
struggles of these innocent children and their quest for a
brighter future. This is a show you don’t want to miss!!
Meeting Minutes
We are going to try to include Meeting Minutes from all our committees here at St. Gertrude in the bulletin. They will be
a shortened version so all will know what our committees are working on and discussing in their meetings. If you are a committee
head please send your Meeting minutes to Tina Seals at [email protected] Thank You!
FINANCE & ADMISTRATION COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES - SEPTEMBER 23, 2014
In attendance: Jennifer Hill (Shared Accounting) Vern Spaunhorst, Brad Nelson, Vicky Maune
There was discussion on the clarity of the Weekly Contribution Report in the Bulletin. The committee decided the Electronic Collections should be included.
We explored how we can reach out to the non-giving members of our Parish. This process would possibly bring back some members, update our files, and reduce our expenses of sending Parish Information and Envelopes to people that are no longer
members of our Parish.
Brad reported that we received a check for $5,000.00 from the State of Missouri for the Driveway Project. We are told there is
still $2,000.00 that we should get refunded for also.
Jennifer went over the monthly Financial Reports with the committee. And also reported that the Smart Tuition seems to
working really well.
Brad brought to the committee’s attention that we gained 3 students in our School!!!
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Weekday Feasts & Scripture
These are the feast days this week and the Scripture
readings used at weekday Mass, Monday through Friday.
Pray over these readings at your convenience.
Monday, December 29, 2014
Reading I
—
1 John 2:3-11
Gospel
—
Luke 2:22-35
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Reading I
—
1 John 2:12-17
Gospel
—
Luke 2:36-40
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Reading I
—
1 John 2:18-21
Gospel
—
John 1:1-18
Thursday, January 1, 2015 Solemnity of Mary,
The Holy Mother of God
Reading I
—
Numbers 6:22-27
Reading II
—
Galatians 4:4-7
Gospel
—
Luke 2:16-21
Friday, January 2, 2015 Saints Basil the Great and
Gregory Nazianzen
Reading I
—
1 John 2:22-28
Gospel
—
Jon 1:19-28
Saturday/Sunday January 3/4 2015 The Epiphany of
the Lord
Reading I
—
Isaiah 60:1-6
Reading II
—
Ephesians 3:2-3a,5-6
Gospel
—
Matthew 2:1-12
Lottery Winners Monday, December 22, 2014
John Daniels
$ 100.00 sold by Wm. Harlow
Tuesday, December 23, 2014
Chris Schroeder $ 50.00 sold by
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Sue Holtmeyer $ 100.00 sold by Dan Unnerstall
Thursday, December 25, 2014
Pat Ward
$ 50.00 sold by Lucas Wolfe
Friday, December 26, 2014
.
Olivia
Prince
$ 100.00 sold by Nick Prince
Masses During Bad Weather.
December 28, 2014
School News
Dear St. Gertrude Parishioners,
As we prepare to close the 2014 calendar year, I can’t
help but reflect on all of the things that have given me
pride in our school in my first 4 ½ months at St.
Gertrude.
•
We have shown school pride in our attendance at the Washington Town and Country, Borgia
Homecoming, and Holiday Lights Parades, winning 3rd
place in the Town and Country Parade. In each we
had a very large group of students walk with us.
•
We have just about completed our School
Improvement Plan, which will guide the direction of our
school over the next 5 years.
•
We have built a new sacred space within our
school, the St. John Paul II Chapel, that will be accessible to our students all day long.
These are just a few of the accomplishments that give
me so much pride as principal of St. Gertrude School.
I can honestly say that I cannot imagine myself being
any happier at any other school. This is a school and a
parish that really show how to put the “unity” into the
community.
I wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a happy
and safe New Year. I look forward to 2015 and all of
the wonderful surprises that are in store for our school
and parish.
WE ARE SGS!!!
God bless!
Mr. Michael Etter
Principal
Since we now have a priest living at both St.
Gertrude and St. Ann we will not cancel mass during inclimate weather this winter. Mass will be celebrated every day.
Compliance
“Anyone who works with or volunteers with children
at St. Gertrude/St. Ann Parish must be compliant with the
Safe Environment Program of the Archdiocese of Saint Louis
set forth by the USCCB. (United States Conference of Cathobe a mother
is to nourish
and
protect
truecomhulic “To
Bishops.)”
For questions
concerning
what
constitutes
manity or
and
it currently
to development.”
pliance or whether
notbring
you are
in compliance,
please contact Kathy Mueller at
[email protected]
call 636-239-4216.
Saint Teresa Benedicta of theor
Cross
(Edith Stein)
Word of Life
Fr. Phil’s Calendar
Recent Baptism
(In addition to the following appointments, Fr. Phil has office
hours at We
St. Gertrude’s
Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday, 9 am - 4
want to welcome
our newest
p.m.,
and
in
his
office
at
St.
Ann’s,
Wednesday, 9 am - 4 p.m. He
parishioner who was recently baptized.
welcomes
walk-in
or
pre-scheduled
appointments.)
Cole Victor Alfermann - Parents Chad
and
Here
is
the
weekly
Schedule
for
Fr.
Phil Krill:
Kayla Alfermann
Congratulations and
welcome to the church!
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December 28, 2014
Holy Land Trip Knights of Columbus Washington, MO
Benefit Fish fry—2015
Fr. Phil has been invited to be the Chaplain on a trip to
the Holy Land and Italy on April 13-26, 2015. This trip will
take you to Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Galilee, Capernaum, Rome,
Tuscany, Florence, Assisi, and Venice. This trip of a lifetime
will cost $4,799.00 and is all inclusive as well as air fare. He
would be honored for you to join him on this amazing trip.
Please contact Fr. Phil or the Parish Office for a flyer and more
information. You can also go to www.proximotravel.com as
search “Phillip”, this will give you the trip details.
Serving time : 4-7 pm
January 23
Emmaus Home
February 20
St. Francis Borgia Grade School *
February 27
St. Gertrude Grade School *
March 13
St. Francis Borgia Regional High School *
March 27
St. Ann Catholic Education *
April 3
Our Lady of Lourdes *
*Drive-thru available at the lower level during these dates.
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Bingo is available the first two Sundays of the month at the Washington KC Hall. Beginning at 1:00pm.
Burger Night is every Thursday night from 6:00 to 10:00pm at the KC Hall to benefit Pro-Life.
Chicken and BBQ Dinners are served Sundays, Washington KC Hall. Eat In/Carry Out Dinners from 11 am till 6:30 pm.
Ministry Schedule
Jan. 3/4
Lectors
Eucharistic Minister
Servers
Ushers
4:30 Mass
Tammy Diener
Karen Beste
Linda Lause
Ken Schlitt
Max Diener
Mason Diener
Dave Bourne
Dave Moore
Dave Roetheli
James Wellenkamp
8:00 Mass
Ken Diener
Deb Diener
Laurice Glosemeyer
Mark Glosemeyer
Sandy Jett
Neal Elbert
Daniel Diener
Anna Elbert
Julie Brinker
Blake, Eli, Zack Marquart
Amy Elbert
Bob and
Michelle
Roetheli
10:30 Mass
John Simmons
Rosie Heidmann
Judy Westhoff
Mary Biermann
Matthew Eggert
Lucas Brinkmann
Cree Marquart
Donald Hanneken
Gene Roetheli
Tom Westhoff
Dale Glastetter
Gene Roetheli
Home
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Brenda Hellmann
Jeff Birke
Bell Ringers
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Full Service Salon
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drives to work
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refuses to ADVERTISE
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Management Advisory Services
148 Terschluse Lane
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Personal Counseling and Psychiatry
Individual, Child, Family, and Marriage Counseling
102 E. Springfield, Ste. 202, Union, MO 63084
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