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Notes From Fr. Larry
January 2015
DEAR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHRIST,
We are in the midst of the Christmas
season. After celebrating the incarnation,
God becoming human, we now rejoice in
the model that Mary, Joseph and Jesus
give us in the Holy Family. Next week, the
visitors from the East come to pay homage
to the Newborn King on the Feast of the Epiphany of
our Lord.
Epiphany Sunday has been designated Immigration
Sunday by the Minnesota Bishops and begins National
Migration Week as promoted by the United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops. We have just retold of
story of Mary and Joseph needing to migrate for the
Roman census and for reasons of safety, they flee to
Egypt to protect the child, Jesus. Others reached out
to them in their need while they were separated from
their home of Nazareth. In our own day, many families
face similar situations due to economic conditions or
violence in their home countries. Bishop Hoeppner
says, “We reflect on our responsibility, as a loving
Christian community, to welcome them and advocate
for just policies that respect their human dignity and
promote the well-being of their families. I hope that we
can take this year’s Immigration Sunday as an
opportunity to grow in faith by reaching out to the
strangers in our midst and by forming stronger bonds of
solidarity in our communities.”
January 22 is the 32nd Anniversary of the Supreme
Court decision that resulted in legal abortions
throughout the country.
The protection of the
defenseless unborn child must be a priority in
promoting the Gospel of Life. Many of our youth and
adults will be participating in the March for Life in both
Washington D.C. and St. Paul. May these efforts bear
the fruit of leading our nation to value the gift of life.
By the end of January, parishioners will receive a
statement of your fiscal stewardship for the calendar
year which you may need for tax purposes. I want to
thank the entire parish community for your gracious
response in supporting all of the ministries of St.
Joseph’s Parish.
Fr. JohnMelkies is home in India visiting his family. In
addition, he will be visiting our sister parish, Sacred
Heart in Kundukulam for two days. He will celebrate
Mass, visit with the parish families, and bring a booklet
put together by our Catholic School children which
describes in words and pictures our parish and school.
We look forward to hearing about Fr. John’s visit when
he returns.
Stay warm and safe during this month, experiencing the
warmth of Christ in the midst of our parish.
Your brother in Christ,
Father Larry Delaney, Pastor
Liturgy
WE ARE FAMILY You are encouraged to take a
moment after Mass to congratulate those who
celebrate sacramental moments in our midst:
baptisms, first communions, wedding and anniversary
couples, confirmed, graduates, et cetera. Let’s assure
each other of our prayerful support and get to know
one another better in our parish family.
BAPTISMS are not encouraged during Lent so please
consider your child’s baptism either before Lent or on
Easter. Lent begins on February 18 and Easter is April
5.
LITURGICAL MINISTRY TRAININGS will be held on
Sunday afternoon, January 25 in the church. Lectors
will be at 1:15, ministers of Holy Communion at 2:00
and altar servers at 3:00. To serve as a lector, one
must be in good standing with the Catholic church.
Altar servers must be baptized Catholic and in at least
fifth grade. Ministers of Holy Communion must be
confirmed, in good standing with the Catholic church
and at least 16 years old. Please consider serving our
parish in one of these ministries! We are very much in
need of all ministries, but especially communion
captains and sacristans. If you would like further
information, please contact the liturgy office. The next
training will be in April, 2015.
BOWING AT MASS Just a reminder that during the
Creed we bow at the words, “and by the Holy Spirit
was incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and became man.”
This is a profound bow…meaning a bow from the
waist. We bow because this simple gesture reminds us
of what Jesus did for us. If we truly thought about and
realized the awesomeness of these words, the bowing
would be second nature. When receiving Holy
Communion, there is a bow of just the head, and an
enthusiastic “Amen”!
MONDAY EVENINGS IN JANUARY—There will be NO
Monday evening Mass, reconciliation, rosary or
MCCM gatherings during the month of January while
Fr. John is away in India.
Around Our Parish and Community
obtain an administrator’s license, coaching
experience. Start Date: Negotiable. Deadline to apply:
open until filled. For questions please call (701) 8933231 or e-mail [email protected]
Submit cover letter, resume, activities director
ST. JOSEPH’S CEMETERY If cremation is in your burial application, licensures, transcripts and three letters of
plans, St. Joseph’s Cemetery has a new columbarium, recommendationth to Human Resources, JPII Catholic
which is a beautiful structure that holds cremains. The Schools, 5600 25 Street South, Fargo, ND 58104.
new columbarium is located in the cemetery near the
south entrance. The columbarium has single and ARE YOU SENSING THAT GOD IS CALLING YOU to be
double niches; they will be selling for $1,250 for a more fully ‘present’ to him and to your life? Do you
single niche and $1,525 for a double niche. These feel that you have been working too hard at living a
prices include the plaque for the niche. We still have life that steals your breath and your joy? Have you
very limited space available in the old cemetery for experienced life-altering events such as illness or loss
burial plots for $600 apiece. Plots in the new that have left you wondering ‘Who am I?’ or ‘What
cemetery on the east side are $500 each or $250 for has my life been for?’ Spiritual Discernment is a
traditional way within the church to respond to God’s
infant lots.
calling and answer life questions such as these.
THE POOR FUND COLLECTION for the first weekend of Through contemplative prayer, sacred reading,
November was donated as follows: $770.63 to the reflective writing, and community wisdom, it is a way
Dorothy Day House of Hospitality; $770.63 to the to bring greater knowledge of the Holy Spirit’s active
Dorothy Day Food Pantry; and $698.88 to Churches relationship with us, within us, so that we can go
forth more fully alive and present to the vocation God
United for the Homeless.
has uniquely willed for our lives. The 12-week
CHRISTMAS SEASON IS HERE and many of us are spiritual discernment program at St. Joseph’s will
preparing our homes for family and friends and fun begin the week of January 19, 2015. If you are
celebrations. Christmas also means colder weather interested in participating, please call Jennifer Martin,
and an increased strain on our local homeless shelters. BCC, MAPM, Th.M., at (701)235-9088 or email
This December, families have filled the homeless [email protected]
shelters in the F-M area. Many of these families have
received services and are ready to move into local SAVE THE DATE: CATHOLIC COLLAGE 2015- A variety
apartments, but cannot find apartments to rent. This of Catholic adult education presentations will be
Christmas season, local faith community leaders are offered as a part of the Catholic Collage series on
asking you to help us with one simple task: help us Sunday afternoons, February 8, 15, and 22 at Shanley
find homes this Christmas. We hope you’ll ask High School. Topics include: scripture; reformation
landlords, property managers, and others to help us history; Bishop Shanley; Chesterton; life issues; world
find twenty homes that can be rented by twenty religions; a couple of sessions geared to 2015 ‘Year of
families. A fund is available to protect property Marriage and the Family’; and much, much more.
owners against risk in this program, and renters will Watch for more information in early January 2015.
have financial assistance in renting. We are working
hard to expedite the process. If you are a landlord or CATHOLIC CHARITIES NORTH DAKOTA is seeking an
manager and are interested in the program, simply administrative assistant for the pregnancy, parenting,
call Jen at (701)866-5533 for more information. and adoption services program in the Fargo
Thank you for your help in letting someone say “I’ll be office. This is a 16-20 hour a week position. This
position is responsible for data entry, records
home for Christmas” this year.
management, post adoption search and reunion
JPII CATHOLIC SCHOOLS in Fargo, ND is seeking an support, as well as other administrative tasks as
Athletic Director to lead its extra-curricular programs assigned by the program. Please submit your resume
application
Dec
29
to
Carly
and activities within the schools in keeping with the and
philosophy and mission of JPII Catholic Schools. Duties Gaddie [email protected] or mail to
Catholic Charities North Dakota, 5201 Bishops Blvd,
will include but are not limited to:
Supervise and evaluate coaching staff
Fargo, ND 58104.
Schedule and supervise of events
REAL PRESENCE RADIO Banquet Fundraiser will be
Schedule transportation for events
Supervise the maintenance of athletic facilities held on Thursday, February 19 at the Ramada Plaza
and equipment.
Suites in Fargo. The keynote speaker for the event will
Manage budget for activities
be Tim Staples. Sponsor the event as a patron for
Promote positive school climate
$250, disciple for $500 or apostle for $1,000. Host a
Promote positive communications between table by filling a table of 8 or attend by calling 1-877795-0122 by February 6.
coaches, parents and students.
Preferred: administrator’s license or the ability to
NEWS FROM KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
#4463. Congratulations to Colleen Baltes, our $100
winner for the December 28 drawing of the KC
Calendar Raffle!
Announcements
these precious gifts!
Congratulations to the families of
the children baptized since the
end of November: Oliver Ryan
Vossen, McKenna August Abel,
Baylor Ashe Sender, and Brooks
Copeland Bertie. Praise God for
Congratulations to Molly Gunkelman and Benjamin
Askegaard, married in December. May the joy of their
wedding day never fade!
Pray for Our Deployed
Members of the Military
Brad Ritland (son of Tim and Valerie Ritland)
To update this list, call 284-6228 or email:
[email protected]
St. Joseph’s offers its prayers and
sympathy to the families of those who
have died since the end of November:
Jerome Marsh, Arthur Anderson (father
of Chuck Anderson), Harry Parr, Marilyn
Shur, Margaret Hoerr, Doris Kremer,
Daniel Wolters, Hank Moilanen, Edgar
Peterson, David Fuchs (son of Patricia Fuchs), and
Helen Cahill.
Parishioners In Need of Prayers:
In need of prayers for
your intentions?
Mary:
(701) 532-0535
[email protected]
(Calls are confidential)
Please pray for:
Sam LaBine
Mark Loock
Garrett Grommesh
NAMES LISTED ABOVE are included in weekly
bulletins until they appear in a mailout edition. If you
would like your family member included in future
bulletins, call Stacia at 236-5066
We want to extend a warm welcome to the following
individuals and families that recently joined St.
Joseph’s parish community: Dan and Amanda Kieffer,
Phil & Tara Moenkedick and family, Rozalind
Randorf and family, Michael and Tammy Risinger
and family and Matthew and Jessica Marks and
family.
Domestic Church Corner
The Holy Family: Jesus, Mary and Joseph
MARRIAGE BANNS
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE
FOLLOWING COUPLES:
Emily Krieger and Anthony Schwartz
Exchange of Vows on Saturday, August 1, 2015
Emily Ewing and Jered Oberg
Exchange of Vows on Friday, August 14, 2015
Ashley Nelson and Jake Hirchert
Exchange of Vows on Friday, August 28, 2015
The devotion to the Holy Family was born in
Bethlehem, together with the baby, Jesus. The
shepherds went to adore the child and, at the same
time, they gave honor to his family. Later, in a similar
way, the three wise men came from the East to adore
and give honor to the Newborn King with gifts of
gold, frankincense, and myrrh that would be
safeguarded by His family.
Things to Do:
Say a prayer dedicating your family to the Holy
Family.
Have the whole family participate in cooking
dinner. You might try a Lebanese meal. Some
suggestions: stuffed grape leaves; stuffed
cabbage rolls; lentils and rice; spinach and meat
pies; chicken and dumplings; hummus; Lebanese
bread; tabbouleh, a Lebanese salad; and kibbi, a
traditional Lebanese dish of specially ground
meat mixed with spices and cracked wheat. This
is the same kind of food that Mary served Jesus
and Joseph.
Children’s Faith Formation
THANK YOU to the children who
participated in the Christmas Children’s
Mass as lectors, choir members, or
dramatizing the gospel. We also
appreciate the help we received from
parents with costumes. You helped us worship God
through your participation!
Catholic Heart Work Camp-July 19-26 in Detroit Lakes,
MN. Open to youth who are currently in grades 8-12.
Be a part of a MISSION to serve CHWC style! You will
WORK, SERVE TIRELESSLY, THINK DEEPLY, CELEBRATE
MASS and build relationships. You will dance, laugh
until your side hurts, pray, change on the inside and be
a part of transforming lives and communities FOR
CHRIST! YOU WILL NEVER BE THE SAME! Registration
deadline to guarantee your spot is now due. Deposit
of $100.00 is due with registration. Make sure to plan
ahead and sign up early!
HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone! We resume Sunday
faith formation classes for elementary and preschool/
kindergarten on January 4. We will resume Wednesday **Fundraising for both events is available.
faith formation classes on January 7 for grades 1-5 at
YOUTH 16+, join us on an amazing retreat
4:15 p.m.
experience at Agassiz Valley TEC. The next
TEC will be held January 17-19 at Sacred
Heart Church in East Grand Forks. TEC is a
Youth Faith Formation
three day retreat experience that focuses on
the paschal mystery (the dying and rising of
OUR NEXT YOUTH GROUP gathering will be January 7
Christ). It is a time to personally explore
for youth grades 6-12 from 6:45-8:00 p.m.
what a life lived in Christ is all about. Each retreat is led
ARE YOU WANTING MORE? Play Hard! All 6-8th graders by a team of adults and young adults who have
are invited for “Play Hard” from 6:00-6:45 p.m. on encountered Christ through TEC already. This is a great
Wednesdays in the
gym before youth group. way to meet youth and adults from across the Diocese
th
up. This is one of
“Adoratio” All 9-12 graders are invited to go deeper of Crookston. Contact Melissa to sign
th
graders
and would
the
two
retreats
offered
for
our
11
with praise and worship in the youth room from 8:15be
a
great
retreat
to
go
on
with
your
adult
sponsor.
8:45 p.m. on Wednesdays after youth group.
JOIN US for the March for Life in St.
Paul, MN on Thursday, January 22. The
bus will leave St. Joseph’s at 6:00 a.m.
and will return around 5:30 p.m. This
trip is open to youth grades 6-12 and
parents. Youth will participate in a
prayer service for the unborn at St. Paul
Cathedral and participate in the March
for Life and program at the Capital. Cost is $35.00 per
person. Registration is due by January 18. Space on the
bus is limited, so register early!
Young Adult Ministry (20s, 30s, Married/Not)
THERE WILL BE NO BASKETBALL for young adults in the
gym on Wednesday, December 31.
Adult Faith Formation
JANUARY IS POVERTY AWARENESS MONTH! During
Poverty Awareness Month, join the U.S. Bishops, the
Catholic Campaign for Human Development and the
Catholic Community in the United States in taking up
Pope Francis' challenge to live in solidarity with the
YOUTH MINISTRY SUMMER LARGE GROUP EVENTS:
Steubenville
North
Youth poor! "I want a Church which is poor and for the poor."
Conference -July 10-12 in - Pope Francis, The Joy of the Gospel (Evangelii
Rochester, MN @ the Mayo Civic Gaudium)
Center. Open to youth who are
currently in grades 8-12. A Steubenville High School SENIOR CITIZEN’S SCHEDULE for the next two months:
Reverse Mortgages 2:00 p.m. TGP
Youth Conference addresses the needs of today’s January 22
February
26
Healthy Snack Recipes 2:00 p.m. TGP
Catholic youth with an exciting line-up of speakers,
musicians, and presenters. The conference will
SAVE THE DATE! The women’s morning
challenge the youth to stand firm in their faith; rely
Lenten retreat will be held on Saturday,
upon the awesome power of Jesus Christ who is their
February 28, 2015 from 8:30 a.m.—12:00
guide, friend, and savior; and to show that faith to the
p.m. Online registration for the event will
world. A highlight of the weekend is the powerful time
be available at www.stjoesmhd.com on
of Eucharistic Adoration. If you are beginning your
January
2, 2015.
personal walk with Christ, needing strength to continue
the journey, or just ready to rejoice in the many
blessings He has given, then this is the conference you SAVE THE DATE! MCCM Mardi Gras
are looking for! Registration deadline to guarantee Fundraising Event, Tuesday, February 17,
your spot is Wednesday, January 14, 2015. Deposit of 2015.
$50.00 is due with registration. Make sure to plan
ANNIVERSARY OF ROE v. WADE – January 22, 2015
ahead and sign up early!
SUPER
SAINT
SPOTLIGHT!
Congratulations to Ella B., our
newest Super Saint! Ella B. has a
very gentle soul. She is courteous
and respectful to everyone she
meets. She is always ready with a
smile to greet students and
staff. Ella always tries her hardest
at whatever she is doing and
always looks for ways to help
others. One of the many things to
appreciate about Ella is how she prays for
others. She is thoughtful and caring in her prayers
and places the needs of others before her own. She
truly embodies what it means to live our CHRIST
prayer--Charity, Honesty, Respect, Integrity, Service,
and Trust.
Upcoming Events:
Monday, December 22—Friday, January 2
Christmas break
Friday, January 9
Geography Bee at 1:00 p.m.—TGP
Tuesday, January 13
Boys basketball begins
Thursday, January 15
School registration for returning families
opens
Monday, January 19
No school—Extended Day open to families
that pre-register
Thursday, January 22
March For Life/Community Service Day for
middle school
January 26-January 30
Catholic Schools Week
Monday, January 26
School registration open for new families
Thursday, January 29
All City Mass for Catholic Schools Week at
9:30 a.m.—Shanley High School
Family Fun
Night
ST. JOSEPH’S ADVENT PROGRAMS filled our hearts
with song and cheer this Christmas Season- Our
students did a beautiful job at all of our Advent
performances this year. Their songs, stories, and
music prepared us for Christmas and shared so much
joy! It was especially special to hear our children’s
voices through our new sound system. Thank you to
all of our families and supporters who helped set this
up and assisted the children with practices. Mrs.
Grieve, our music teacher is especially thankful for
the generous support that makes these evenings so
special.
AUCTION ITEM OF THE WEEK- This week’s
highlighted Dinner Dance Auction item is a
handmade St. Joseph’s Quilt. Made with uniforms
collected through the years, this item will keep you
warm in the winter, and provide you with memories
to last a lifetime. Be sure to purchase your DDA
ticket, for a chance to bid on this item!
St. Joseph’s families gathered in December to enjoy games, hot cocoa, crafts, & cookie decorating.
MEN WHO DESIRE TO GROW into a deeper
understanding of who they are and to grow in
holiness in Catholic community will find a home
here! The St. Benedict Men's House of Discernment
in Moorhead, MN offers community living for six
men, formation opportunities to grow in discerning
a vocation, community prayer and parish
involvement. The household consists of college age
men studying at Concordia College, M-State, and
Minnesota
State
University
Moorhead.
Requirements for living in the house include: one
community meal per week, formation event one
time a semester, conformity with house rules,
participation in house Masses, participation in house
prayer and parish involvement at St. Joseph's Church
and Moorhead Catholic Campus Ministries.
Accommodations of the house include a private
bedroom, shared bathrooms, Internet, cable, pool
table, living room, full kitchen, laundry and chapel.
For more information and to apply, contact: Mike
Heinzen, Parish Administrator for St. Joseph’s
Church, Moorhead, MN; 218-236-5066 or email:
[email protected]
WOMEN WHO DESIRE TO GROW into a deeper
understanding of who they are and to grow in
holiness in Catholic community will find a home
here! The House of Mary in Moorhead, MN offers
community living for five women, formation
opportunities to grow in discerning a vocation,
community prayer and parish involvement. The
household consists of college age women studying
at Concordia College, M-State, and Minnesota State
University Moorhead. Requirements for living in the
House include, one community meal per week,
formation event one time a semester, conformity
with house rules, participation in house Masses,
participation in house prayer and parish involvement
at St. Joseph's Church and Moorhead Catholic
Campus Ministries. Accommodations of the house
include a private bedroom, shared bathrooms,
internet, living room, full kitchen, dining room and
laundry. For more information and to apply contact:
Shawn Erickson, Campus Ministry Coordinator for St.
Joseph’s Church in Moorhead, MN; 218-236-5066 or
email: [email protected]
Sacred Heart Church, Kundukulam—Monthly Report
CELEBRATION OF ANNIVERSARY DAYS OF LEGION OF
MARY—Anniversary days of Legion of Mary of local
units were celebrated in Suravanthi and Itisery, the
two substations of Kundukulam parish. The local units
conducted a few competitions earlier in view of this
celebration. The celebrations started with their regular
prayer sessions conducted in a creative way where all
villagers participated followed by a procession carrying
the statue of Our Lady through the streets in
Suravanthi and around the chapel in Itisery, ending
with solemn benediction. The day ended with a
solemn Eucharistic celebration, two dances by the
children of the respective village, sweets & prizes.
CHILDREN’S DAY—India celebrates her first Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s birthday, November 14 as
National Children’s Day. We celebrated that day, both
schools together, with colorful events of both the
children and the staff. As the students were highly,
spontaneously interested in celebrating the teachers’
day, most of the programs were performed by the
staff in order to encourage the students on children’s
day. The programs started with a prayer session where
the children were very spontaneous in thanking the
Lord enlisting all the privileges that they enjoy at
home, school and the society at large.
MISSION SUNDAY—India had been the mission
country for a long period. The church here should
then contribute for the missionary activities all over
the world in return. That was the message focused
in the Mission Sunday celebration through the
liturgy. The people of St. Joseph Parish in Moorhead
were gratefully remembered for your solidarity in
our journey of faith and offered special prayers for
your well being. It was insisted that through our
prayers primarily witnessing life, promotion of
vocations and material contributions, we all can
participate in the mission activities.
PUBLIC MEETING AND PROTEST MARCH FOR
GOVERNMENT AID—A district level public meeting
and protest march was conducted at Sivagangai
seeking government aid for the schools run by our
educational agency. It was organized by Tamilnadu
Catholic Educational Association all over Tamilnadu
on November 29. Fr. Xavier, along with all of the
teachers from both schools, participated in the same
and Fr. delivered a speech on ‘under financing of the
government and commercialization of education’.
Liturgical Ministries Next Weekend, January 3 & 4
5:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:45 AM
6:30 PM
Sacristan
Dale Johnson
Mark Krejci
Steve Klocke
Paul Erickson
Steve Bosak
Minister of Holy
Communion Captain
Kathy Johnson
Mary Meyer
Julie Krejci
Phillip Paradis
Nancy Dewey
Julia Sullivan
Stacia Erdmann
Ann Hersch
Renee Loehr
Suzanne Nelson
Kimberly Biby
Ann Hersch
Marti Johnson
Helen Ketterl
Patty Knutson
Brandy Pelzel
Beth Randklev
Janine Wolf
Joyce Anderson
Myron Bowar
Janell Hartjen
Marc Hartjen
Doris Kosse
Keith Krogen
Steve Schaefer
Terese Schaefer
Frances Bannerman
Patricia Beach
Jane Giedt
Pete Keller
Marge Klinger
Tammy Klocke
LaVonne Langord
Jeff & Wanda Reisenauer
Nancy Soyring
Rob & Pat Vanyo
Patricia Conteh
Jarrod Erdmann
Kathy Altobell
Terry Hapka
Brett Lyslo
Brian Mancini
Judy Mrosla
Nicole Revier
Dave Sway
Harriet Underdahl
Lector 1
Larry Cihacek
Amanda Girtz
Josh DeCock
Samuel Hurst
Elliott Beach
Lector 2
Angela Gross
Gina Wander
Marsha Cerar
John Wirries
Samuel Beach
Commentator
Jim McKinstra
JoAnn Girtz
Anna Volk
Bob Roers
Simon Beach
Altar Server
Fletcher Biby
Bridget McManamon
Jessica Pham
Josh Johnson
Bethany Loock
Elly Schaefer
Logan Ash
Jenna Ash
Ethan Bannerman
Richard Hanson
Lance Morlock
Zakary Catlender
Charlie Hapka
Madilyn Smith
John Biby
Jason Gross
Sharon Grugel
Gary Grugel
Pam Grugel
Brock Stenberg
Jennifer Stenberg
Kathie Wieser
Chuck Anderson
Joan Bowar
Bill Johnson
Graham & Shirley Larson
John Manney
MaryAnn Manney
Mike Wander
Richard Bannerman
Crystal Grout
Edie Kritzberger
Jack Kritzberger
Chip & Brenda Posch
MaryAnn Stael
Bonnie Steen
Mike Bushy
Jeff Terfehr
Gary Thiel
Youth Team
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