Holy Redeemer Parish - E

Holy Redeemer Parish
Founded 1886
17 Joy Ave. Webster Groves 63119
HOLY MASS:
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.
Weekday: M-F 6:15 & 8:15 AM (September-May)
M-F 6:15 & 8:00 AM (June-August)
Holy Days: See Bulletin Announcements
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION:
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. until Wednesday 6:00 a.m.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Saturday: 4:00 to 4:45 p.m.
Rectory/Office: (314) 962-0038
Fax: (314) 962-2084
Website: www.holyr.org
PASTOR
Reverend Kenneth A. Brown
IN RESIDENCE
Most Reverend Edward M. Rice
DEACON: Deacon John P. Flanigan, Jr.
The Baptism of the Lord
January 11, 2015
Fr. Kenneth Brown, Pastor
Holy Redeemer School
314-962-8989
Principal—Mrs. Pam Galluzzo
314-962-3560 Fax
Parish School of Religion
[email protected]
Mrs. Darcy Callahan
School Secretary—[email protected]
Parish Council Chairperson
Church Meeting Room 314-962-0038 #125
Rectory Meeting Room 314-962-0038 #124
Music Director , Todd Senzig
Rectory Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 AM—4:00 PM
Bulletin Deadline: Monday Noon–contact [email protected]
[email protected]
314-962-8989 X 2
[email protected]
John Lee
Youth Director, Mike Huggins
Deacon John Flanigan
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Holy Name Society/Men’s Club 4th Thursday CJ Muggs
MASS INTENTIONS
Monday, January 12
Hebrews 1:1-6 Mark 1:14-20
6:15 am Frank & Roberta Arnoldy
8:15 am Kathleen Oates
Tuesday, January 13 St. Hilary
Hebrews 2:5-12 Mark 1:21-28
6:15 am Roque Hernandez
8:15 am Veronica Furey, Special Intention
Wednesday, January 14
Hebrews 2:14-18 Mark 1:29-39
6:15 am John J. Noonan
8:15 am Pete Senden
Thursday, January 15
Hebrews 3:7-14 Mark 1 40-45
6:15 am Parish Purgatorial Society
8:15 am Francis Dwyer, Jr.
Grades 1-4
Friday, January 16
Hebrews 4:1-5, 11 Mark 2:1-12
6:15 am Tom Greteman
8:15 am Johnson & Christopher Perez All School Mass
Saturday, January 17 St. Anthony
Hebrews 4:12-16 Mark 2:13-17
5:00 pm (Vigil) John Henry, Special Intention
Sunday, January 18 Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
1 Samuel 3:3-10, 19 1 Cor. 6:13-15, 17-20 John 1:35-42
7:30 am Barbara Ring, Special Intention
9:00 am People of the Parish
11:00 am Donna Vogt
REST IN PEACE
Marguerite Walsh
Frances Walrond
Sylvia Luebbert
Nellie Zerega, mother of Jim Zerega
Ted Pepple
MINISTERS FOR JANUARY 17-18
EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS
5:00 pm R. Petty, K. Plurad, J. Samson,
J. Taylor, J. Venker, M. Venker
7:30 am A. Fusz, E. Fusz, P. Brockland,
C. Jeep, J. Whyte, J. Zapf
9:00 am R. Bischoff, D. Dahl, C. Devanny,
T. Gerard, S. Flanigan, C. Keenoy
11:00 am S. Miano, P. Miano, T. Miano,
E. Franke, C. Goodheart, P. Vogt
SERVERS
5:00 pm M. McManus, K. McWay, K. O’Donnell
7:30 am K. Haug, R. Haug, A. Kessler
9:00 am A. Leyson, J. Leyson, M. Martinez
11:00 am C. Mank, N. Mank, H. Maurice
LECTORS
5:00 pm
7:30 am
9:00 am
11:00 am
Brett Moorehouse
Paul Fiess
Tracy James
Joe Franke
LITURGY OF THE WORD FOR CHILDREN
PreK-1st Grade—Matt McMillin
PHOTO DIRECTORY
We are planning another pictorial directory
early this spring and we are looking for a volunteer to coordinate with LifeTouch Studio. If
you are interested please contact Pat at 314-962
-0038. LifeTouch is scheduled to be here for a
total of 10 days.
FATHER BROWN’S CORNER
There is a small alcove immediately to the right as one enters church through the handicap-accessible doors
off Joy Avenue. In this alcove there are votive candles and a shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary. For the past
several months there had been an oversized chalk sketch on paper of the Madonna and child. The artist of
that piece was Craig Thomas, an artist whose work can be found on display throughout the Midwest. Because many parishioners expressed their appreciation for his work, I commissioned him to produce an oil
painting of Mary and Jesus after the style of the first picture. He did so, and now that acrylic and oil painting
is installed in that alcove. As you might guess, a creative artist exercises his own sensibilities in making
choices in the execution of a piece. The one thing I asked him to keep in mind is that we wanted an image in
which we see Mary offering the Christ to a supplicant world. In my uneducated artistic opinion, I think he
has produced a beautiful piece. I encourage parishioners to stop and spend a devotional moment before that
image, especially as the Christmas season comes to an end, committing themselves to accept anew Our Holy
Redeemer in their hearts.
If there is a parishioner who would be interested in serving as the financial patron for this work of art, perhaps in memory of one's mother, he or she should contact Fr. Brown.
Father Brown
YOUTH GROUP
JustFaith to Offer Sanctity of ALL Life Program
JHigh—a ministry just for the 7th and 8th graders of
the parish. Our next JHigh Night is Wednesday February 4th from 7-8:30PM.
This program will provide a clearer understanding of
Church teaching on the death penalty, abortion, stem
cell issues, in-vitro fertilization and other life issues
taken from the Pro-Life Office of the USCCB and
JF. Please join us from 6:30-8:30 PM in Church Meeting Room on Jan. 12 for 6 weeks and open your hearts
and minds to the worth and dignity of all life. There is
no cost and all materials will be provided. Please contact Bill Smith at 918-0723 or [email protected] with
questions or to register.
Lifeteen— Lifeteen meets EVERY Thursday from 7830PM in the cafeteria! We will continue with our
theme of “Dignity of the Human Person” throughout
the spring semester, make plans to join us!
Want to get involved and keep up on the latest news??
Like us on Facebook “Holy Redeemer Youth Ministry
-Follow us on Twitter “@HolyRedeemerLT”
-Follow us on Instagram “HolyRedeemerLT”-Send an
email to [email protected] and ask to be added to the
email list.
Eucharistic Adoration: An Additional adorer is needed for the 1-2PM time spot. Please contact Ann Wollaeger if you are able to help at 420-8050.
THANK YOU
Dear Parish Family,
Thank you for very much for your generosity this Christmas! You helped over 165 men, women and children
from St. Pius V Immigrant Refugee Ministry and Head
Start programs experience the true meaning of Christmas, along with countless others who benefited from
your donations of basic home and personal care items.
May God bless all of you with a safe, happy and healthy
New Year!
The Plurad Family
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
Thank you for supporting St Vincent de Paul. Already
this month, we have been able to rescue 2 Webster families from having their heat turned off. We always tell
our clients that our help comes from you, our parishioners, because of the blessings you have received. They
are so grateful. God bless you and know that your
SVDP Conference is grateful too! If you are interested
in a hands-on way of assisting SVDP, contact Raoul
Robichaux at [email protected] for more
info.
PRAY FOR THE SICK
Toni Berberich
Alice McDonough
Ruth Noyes
Bonnie Brunty Frederick Femmer Claire Audrain
George Mockler Mary Slais Alberta & Joseph Simeone
Patricia Wilhelm
Ralph Nuelle
Toni Corno
Ford Brauer
Louise Kopsky
Maryann Sexton
Ann Clifford
Suzy Volansky, friend of Do & John Reis
Vicki McWhorter, friend of Toni Berberich
David E. Nothstine, nephew of Jim Doubek
Helen Claire Mashburn, mother of Janet Doubek
Ann Chopin, sister of Jim Perabo
Jen Cronin, niece of Jim & Kathy Dowd
Nicholas Famolaro, grandson of Deeds & Faith Fletcher
John Bussen
Robert Bradshaw, friend of George Mockler
Bernie Ceriotti, niece of Jim & Marlene Serati
Mark Reeds, friend of Deeds & Faith Fletcher
Rosemary Rowe, sister of Sr. Angela Senyszyn, OSF
Carole O’Neil, friend of Bob & Janet Hart
Mary Beth Hall, sister of Carol Horn
Paul McLafferty, father of Margie LaMore
Heather Starr, sister of Sue Flanigan
Barbara Karney Williamson, friend of Pat Dwyer
Morgan Taylor, friend of Kelly Radar
Elizabeth Stanley, granddaughter of Ruth Stanley
Kay Hess
Mary Witzig, cousin of Mary Shasserre
Timothy Schiefelbein, son of Wayne Schiefelbein
Floyd Gilliam, former parishioner
Lynn Rosen, sister of Barb Dolan
Nelson Cunningham, friend of Margie LaMore
Liz Hicks, cousin of Lisa Reed
Connie Tulin, former HR teacher
Lynne Broeder Mack, niece of Pat Dwyer
Due to privacy laws we no longer are informed of hospital stays.
Family members, please notify the rectory.
PRAY FOR THOSE SERVING OUR COUNTRY
CPL Patrick Whyte, USMC , son of Joe & Cheryl Whyte
THANK YOU!
Heartfelt thanks to our Holy Redeemer parish family
for all the love, prayers and support we received since
the untimely death of our daughter, Kathleen. Your
thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated. God’s blessings
to you all for joy and peace in 2015.
Jerry & Barb Oates
& Family
ACTUAL BUDGET
12/25/14 Christmas $ 27,593.10
12/28/14 Envelopes $ 8,846.00
Online
$ 5,020.10
Total
$ 41,459.20
YEAR TO DATE
$766,582.40
01/04/15 Envelopes
Online
Total
YEAR TO DATE
$ 13,572.00
$ 4,866.00
$ 18,438.00
$ 18,438.00
$ 36,000.00
$ 36,000.00
$800,900.00
$ 14,600.00
$ 14,600.00
$ 14,600.00
“After me comes he who is mightier than I, the thong of
whose sandals I am not worthy to stoop down and untie.”
Mark 1:7
We are put on this earth to love God, love our neighbor
and make disciples. How many times does our own pride
and ego get in the way on fulfilling God’s plan for us?
Humbling ourselves before God and putting Him first in
all things should be our top priority.
Sign up for Online Giving by visiting our parish website
at www.holyr.org. Please call the Rectory at 962-0038 if
you would like to cancel your set of envelopes.
Total Kenrick Glennon Seminary—$1484.50
January Special Collections:
St. Louis Review Subscription—$30.00
If you are not interested in receiving the Review, please
inform the Parish Office at 962-0038.
Thank you for your support!
Together We’re Better certificates are available in the
Rectory office from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. If you wish to
pre-order or would like an order form emailed to you,
please contact [email protected] Orders placed by Monday
are usually available by Friday afternoon.
CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS
Contribution statements will be mailed to parishioners
by January 31st. Those who do Online Giving may
want to update your stewardship amounts for 2015.
DEBT REDUCTION CAMPAIGN
DECEMBER
ACTUAL
$ 5,014.08
BUDGET
$5,500.00
Loan Balance—$6414,494.75
Thank you for your continued commitment to
Stewardship and our Debt payment
HRAA NEWS
The HRAA is looking to fill the following position:
Assistant Basketball Coordinator
REGISTRATION
Registration for Spring sports (golf, track, baseball and softball) is
January 1st through 15th. Register on-line at ezrosters.com/stl-holyr/
JANUARY PSR
January 10—8th Grade Confirmation retreat (Cardinal Rigali Center)
January 12—PSR 6:30 PM
January 14—First Eucharist parent meeting 7:00 PM in Church
January 19—NO PSR Martin Luther King Day
January 26—PSR 6:30 PM
The Catholic Women’s League of
Holy Redeemer Parish
Invite you to accept the gift of friendship
and hospitality at the
Forty-second Annual Progressive Dinner
Saturday, January 31, 2015
Cocktails 6:15 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.
Dinner 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Dessert 10:15 p.m. to Midnight
Attendance will only be guaranteed for early registration,
and destinations will only be assigned after reservations
are completed.
Send check for $25.00 per person to Kelly Girsch, 11 Mason Avenue
made payable to HR CWL before 1/24/15. Please let us know if you
will be able to host a dinner/cocktails/dessert.
Name:
______________________________________
Address: _____________________________________
Phone: _______________________________________
Email: _______________________________________
St. Patrick’s Casserole Program Team #1, please pick up your
pan after Mass this weekend and return the casserole to the rectory
any time before 4:00 PM on Friday, January 16.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Sunday, January 11
Children’s Liturgy—9:00 AM Mass
RCIA—9:00 AM CMR
SVDP Meeting—10:05 AM RMR
Stephen Ministry—10:00 AM 201
Women’s ACTS Luncheon—Noon Café
Monday, January 12
Cub Committee—7:00 PM RMR
JustFaith—6:30 PM CMR
PSR—6:30 PM
Tuesday, January 13
Eucharistic Adoration
Rosary/Divine Mercy Chaplet—7:15 PM
Wednesday, January 14
First Eucharist Meeting—7:00 PM Church
Women’s ACTS—7:00 PM CMR
Thursday, January 15
Daisy Scouts—3:15 PM CMR
Pinewood Derby—7:00 PM Café
Youth Group—7:00 PM Café
Friday, January 16
Brownies—3:15 PM CMR
Pinewood Derby—6:00 PM Gym
Saturday, January 17
Sunday, January 18
Children’s Liturgy—9:00 AM Mass
Stephen Ministry Class—10:00 Room 201
RCIA—9:00 AM CMR
Basketball games and practices are held
daily in the gym.
STS. PETER & PAUL
FEEDING PROGRAM
Cold, tired, hungry? So are the poor and
homeless at Sts. Peter & Paul whom we
will be hosting on Friday, January 16th
(our monthly dinner).
We are in need of chili, salad makings,
sliced cheese, shredded cheese, and desserts. Any good can be dropped offed at
517 Sunnyside or brought to Sts. Peter &
Paul. We are there from 3:15 to 6:30 PM.
Monetary donations are also appreciated
with checks made out to Jane Corbett with
Sts. Peter & Paul in the memo section.
For more information or any questions,
please call 962-5354. Thank you all for
your help.
2014 CHRISTMAS FLOWER MEMORIALS
The David Harlan Family
Alan Hollabaugh
Jeffrey Hollabaugh
Erline Frese
Marge Frese
The Regna Family
The Sack Family
Dena & George Lippert
Mary & Lester Probst
Ethel Mae Probst
Oscar Brennecke
Marie & Oscar Brennecke, Sr.
The Drinning Family
Bill Berberich
Ted & Stephanie Senyszyn
Elizabeth Foster
Anita Shearburn
Everett Shearburn
Joseph Foster
Gene Dzierwa
Mary Ell Shearburn
Deceased of Dr. C. J. Dreyer Family
Lynne Silverman
Patricia Belcher
Karl, Elenor Zilske
Maggie Stickel
Bert & Roy Jerreus
Antonia Zilske
The Beverly Straub Family
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Desmond, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. James Peterson
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence O’Donnell
Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Carson
The Wilson Family
The Wachtel Family
The Stevens Family
The Shaughnessy Family
Donald Early
Mary Agnes Early
William Early
Mac Early
Lee Griffith
Fred & Marie Gosebrink
Henry & Marian Meeh
Conal & Clare Furay
Billie Baxter
Victor Tucci
David Hangan
Mary Margaret McLafferty
Jenny LaMore
Bill Reis
Val & Irene Reis
Michael & Ann Goyda
The Kirschner Family
The Venker Family
Elmer Champion
Homer Champion
William Thomas Champion
Francis J. Dwyer, Jr.
Msgr. Joseph Gottwald
Rev. Al Knaup
The Kaiman Family
The Sullivan Family
Don Hanlon
Mike Hanlon
Jerry Krantz
Anthony & Gus Mormino
The J. J. Ryan Family
Kenneth R. Sweeney
The Wesley Family
Daniel Heagney
Fred Henderson
Adele Henderson
Eleanor Henderson
Bud McCormick
Jinny Worthington
Emma Heagney
The Kilgore Family
The Crotty Family
The Deceased of the Vogt Family
The Deceased of the Monson Family
Donna Louise Vogt
The Darcy Family
Community Peace
Joseph & Leona Schmidt
JoAnn Ebert
The Mangelsdorf Family
Ann Stein
The Feltz Family
The David Sidney Family
Mary Beth Simeone
Albert Kroner
Mrs. Santa Simeone
Joseph Simeone Sr.
Russell Hohlfeld
Barbara Pigeon
Jerry Pigeon
Jerry Antonich
Kathy Reardon
Neil Hohlfeld
Martha Simeone
Susan Simeone
Fred Hohenberger
Lucy Hohenberger
Richard Riegert
Kathleen Oates
Joseph Simeone
Santa Simeone
Albert Kroner
Frances Kroner
SCHOOL NEWS
We will be having an Open House on Sunday, January 25, from 10
a.m.-1 p.m. The Open House kicks off a week-long celebration of
Catholic Schools. All families are welcome and encouraged to attend to find out what has been happening on campus. The teachers,
assistants, some parents and students will be available to tell you all
about our programs and answer your questions. There will be refreshments at the end of the tour. We hope to see many of you
there!
Early registration for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten will be on
Tuesday, February 3, and Wednesday, February 4, from 8-10
a.m. More information will follow in subsequent bulletins or feel
free to contact the school office for more details. School office
number is: 314-962-8989
Our favorite way to show our school is while the students are in
session so you can see us in action. If you are interested, you may
contact the principal Pam Galluzzo for a personal tour. Please call
the school office to schedule a tour. (962-8989)
Everyone at Holy Redeemer School wishes you a blessed Advent
Season and a wonderful Christmas celebration!
ALIVE IN CHRIST
2015 APPLICATIONS
Applications will be accepted beginning January 26, 2015 for the 2015 Alive in Christ
Scholarship Program. Your schools will have
access to the application beginning Sunday,
January 25. Alive in Christ scholarships provide financial assistance to families who
would like their children to attend a Catholic
elementary school in the Archdiocese of St.
Louis. Scholarship award amounts are based
upon financial need and will be awarded on a
first come, first serve basis.
This program is open to families with new
students entering Kindergarten through 4th
grade or Catholic families with students currently attending an Archdiocesan elementary
school. Applications will be available at your
school office or online at www.archstl.org/ttef
beginning January 25, 2015. For more information call Laura George at 314-792-7735 or
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