January 18, 2015 - Church of St. Timothy

Second Sunday
In Ordinary Time
January 18, 2015
THOUGHTS IN A ROW
On Monday we observe the MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. holiday. We are still learning lessons about non-violence, and putting
aside our prejudices as we work for a more loving, tolerant and supportive world. There will be a Mass in the chapel of the
Parish Center at 9:00 AM, Monday.
This whole week is a time for PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY. We unite with all Christians who reflect the prayer of Jesus
that “…they all be one…” We also pray with those who aren’t Christian and join with them in our common desire for peace and
justice. Our world seems to continue to find ways of creating discord and war. Some of it flows from poverty and the misuse of
wealth. Keep praying.
This Thursday, January 22, is the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that we continue to fight. We continue to pray for
the legal protection of our unborn. Since we believe in the dignity of all human life and the beauty of all God’s creation, we show
due respect for everything that exists.
Fr. Chuck
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January 18, 2015
LITURGY & PRAYER
SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Scripture Readings for this weekend include:
First Reading — Speak, Lord, for your servant is listening (1
Samuel 3:3b-10, 19).
Psalm — Here am I, Lord; I come to do your will (Psalm 40).
Second Reading — Your bodies are members of Christ; glorify
God in your body (1 Corinthians 6:13c-15a, 17-20).
Gospel — The first disciples saw where Jesus was staying and
they stayed with him (John 1:35-42).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the
Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International
Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights
reserved.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Hebrews 5:1-10
Psalm 110:1-4
Mark 2:18-22
Tuesday:
Hebrews 6:10-20
Psalm 111:1-2, 4-5, 9, 10c
Mark 2:23-28
Wednesday: Hebrews 7:1-3, 15-17
Psalm 110:1-4
Mark 3:1-6
Thursday:
Hebrews 7:25 — 8:6
Psalm 40:7-10, 17
Mark 3:7-12
Friday:
Hebrews 8:6-13
Psalm 85:8, 10-14
Mark 3:13-19
Saturday:
Hebrews 9:2-3, 11-14
Psalm 47:2-3, 6-9
Mark 3:20-21
Sunday:
Jonah 3:1-5, 10
Psalm 25:4-9
1 Corinthians 7:29-31
Mark 1:14-20
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
FOR THIS WEEKEND (2ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME):
Intrigued by Jesus, several disciples start following him, want to know
where he is staying, etc., and commit themselves to Jesus. What
Christian practice of discipleship has deepened my faith and
commitment, leading me to a sense of God with and in me?
FOR NEXT WEEKEND (3RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME):
Simon and Andrew drop what they are doing to follow Jesus and
become “fishers of men.” Where am I in my journey as a disciple of
Jesus? or What do I do each day to continue Jesus’ work?
In Memoriam
Let us keep members of our parish in our thoughts and prayers
especially Evelyn Norgaard, mother of Neil Norgaard, and
Richard Kocon who have recently died. Let the grace of our
prayers enfold the families and friends of these parishioners as
they mourn the loss of their loved ones.
PARKING LOT SAFETY
Recently some cars have been vandalized in the parking lot and
items were stolen. To prevent theft, remove any valuables or
secure them out of sight and lock your car.
2015 CATHOLIC SERVICES APPEAL
“Be Imitators of Christ.”
The 2015 Catholic Services Appeal (CSA) is underway. The
Board of Directors of the Catholic Services Appeal Foundation
thanks all who contributed in 2014 to this organization that is
raising funds to support CSA funded ministries.
The Appeal funds services that no one parish or individual can
do alone and these services must go on despite these troubled
times in our archdiocese. It is important to know that contributions to the Catholic Services Appeal are being used for the
benefit of designated ministries of the Appeal. Please visit the
new Catholic Services Appeal Foundation website at csafspm.org for more information.
Many of our parishioners will soon receive or have already
received a mailing from the Catholic Services Appeal Foundation requesting your support of the 2015 Catholic Services Appeal. Please respond generously. When you give to the Catholic
Services Appeal you provide food and shelter, education, spiritual support, and sacraments to individuals who are in need,
disabled, imprisoned, hospitalized, or in nursing homes.
This year, the theme of the Appeal is: “Be Imitators of Christ”.
Your gift to the CSA helps to meet that challenge by enabling
the funded ministries to reach out and demonstrate Christ’s love
to many, many people in need. Funds given to the Catholic
Services Appeal help to share the message of salvation not only
in our parish but throughout our local Church and beyond.
Commit to helping the CSA supported ministries.
SPECIAL COLLECTION FOR EBOLA
At each Mass this weekend, January 17 & 18, we are all invited
to give to a special offering which will support those affected
by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. These funds will be used
by Catholic Relief Services and other various partners to meet
the most urgent needs facing people in West Africa who have
been exposed to the disease. Checks may be made payable to
the Church of St. Timothy, and marked “Ebola”.
JANUARY 3/4 COLLECTION:
$37,639.89
YR-TO-DATE ACTUAL/BUDGET AMOUNTS:
7/1/14 – 01/04/2015 ACTUAL:
$706,435.64
2014-15 BUDGETED AMOUNT:
$677,504.00
VARIANCE TO BUDGET:
$28,931.64
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FAITH FORMATION & ENRICHMENT
EARLY CATHOLIC FAMILY LIFE
The winter session of our Early Catholic Family Life program
will begin Thursday, February 19, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. This
is a seven week program. ECFL was developed in 2000 and
patterned after the highly successful Minnesota ECFE (Early
Childhood Family Education) program. ECFL is a parentchild program that assists parents of children, birth to age five,
with the tools they need to teach their children the Catholic
faith. We ask that you pre-register for the program. If you are
interested, or have any questions, call Robbie Raaen at the Parish Office. There is no charge for the program.
LENT: INFORM, REFORM, TRANSFORM
Jesus went out into the desert; we can go out on a limb! For a
new way of being informed, reformed, and transformed by the
Scriptures, join a Lenten Faith-Sharing group to focus on the
Sunday Mass readings written in contemporary American English. Our resource, This Transforming Word, is just $10 and
contains the readings, commentary, and reflection questions for
every Sunday in the cycle B church year (and can be used for
every cycle B through 2024)!
Lots of options for being in a group: (1) revive your Lenten
group from last year; (2) be in—or form—a new group, (3)
incorporate this resource with your existing GoodNewsPeople
group, or (4) read and discuss informally with a friend. And, if
you are unable to be in a group, but would like to use this book
on your own, we would be happy to order a book for you—just
indicate that when you sign up. Lenten Groups kick-off with a
large group meeting for everyone on the morning of Sunday,
February 15th, right after the 8:30 a.m. Mass in room 224.
Be sure to sign up by February 1st by stopping by or calling
the parish office at 763-784-1329. Ask for Johanna if you
would like more information. Risk transformation this Lent!
CALLING ALL WOMEN
The Catholic Women’s Conference “A Heart Drawn by Love: Sent
on Fire” will be held on Saturday, February 14, 2015 at the Church of
the Epiphany in Coon Rapids, 8:00 am - 2:00 p.m. Experience a day of
inspiration, faith, fellowship, and fun for women around the archdiocese.
It includes inspirational talks, Mass, prayer, entertainment, reconciliation,
vendors, coffee and caramel rolls, and lunch for just $30/person before
Jan 19 ($40 after that). For questions visit www.archspm.org keyword: WINE or call 651-291-441. Register online at www.winecwc.eventbrite.com. This event is sponsored by The Office of Evangelization & Catechesis in partnership with WINE: Women in the New
Evangelization.
GOODNEWSPEOPLE
These groups that began meeting last fall will resume meeting at their
usual time and place beginning the week of February 8th, unless your
group has made other arrangements. We are ALL people of the Good
News every time we put our faith, hope, and love into action.
BANNS OF MARRIAGE
Brittany DeBoer
Brian Leonhardt
February 7, 2015
• FUSION continues January 21st from 7-8:15 in room 125. All
high school teens invited for food, fun, and fellowship
friends included. There will also be a cake!
• We still have 3 spots open for mission trip. If you are interested contact [email protected] for more
detail. We will be going to Ft. Worth, Texas July 18-26.
With fundraising we are hoping to spend very little per teen
to go.
• Keep February 7th open as we will go to NET Ministries
LIFELINE in West St. Paul. There will be Mass, a speaker,
and snacks. It is a great Saturday event with over 1000 teens
from the archdiocese coming and afterwards we can get
something to eat at Applebee's.
• We have a high school retreat upon us! February 20-22nd we
will have a high school retreat in Osceola Wisconsin. We
will be partnering up with John the Baptist in New Brighton
and have a weekend retreat. Cost is normally $99 dollars but
we will only charge $60 a teen. This includes transportation,
meals, and a place to sleep. For more info contact
[email protected]
FR. GEORGE KOLATH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
High School Seniors - If you are interested in applying for the Father
George Kolath Memorial Scholarship, there will be a brief, but helpful,
meeting on Wednesday, January 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 221 at the
parish center. Parents are also invited to attend. Applications will be on
hand and you can also download them from our website
www.churchofsttimothy.com.
Graduating high school seniors who are a registered member of St.
Tim’s and a confirmed Catholic with a minimum of 40 hours community/parish volunteer service (beyond those required for Confirmation)
during high school years are eligible. Applicants must also be involved
in some service ministry at St. Tim’s and provide 2 letters of recommendation – with at least one from a person knowledgeable about your
parish service. An official sealed high school transcript is also needed
with the application. Scholarships are usually awarded to 3 or 4 deserving graduating seniors planning to pursue further education next year—
one of them could be you! The application deadline is April 1, 2015 –
but now is the time to start working on that application form! Please
feel free to call Janard Law at 763-422-8547 if you have any questions.
MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH
Wouldn’t it be fun to jump around like crazy? Yes!! – Join
us for a chance to do that at Zero Gravity on Wednesday,
January 21, 6:00-7:30 p.m. in Mounds View. Join other St.
Tim’s youth for an hour of jumping, followed by a 30 minute
cool down with pizza and cupcakes. Cost is $10.
Turn in a signed permission slip, the fee & a Zero Gravity
waiver (on our website or fill it out on Zero Gravity’s website.
Due in the office by Monday, Jan. 19. Participants must
provide their own transportation to and from Zero Gravity.
Jump into winter by joining us at Zero Gravity!
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COMMUNITY & OUTREACH
SEPARATED/DIVORCED/WIDOWED
SUPPORT GROUP
Sponsored by St. Timothy.
January 19, 2015
NO GROUP
St. Tim’s closed for Martin Luther King Day
SOCIAL JUSTICE NEWS
“Be the change you want to see in the world.”~
Mohandas Gandhi
PRAYER FOR PEACE
All are welcome to join the Social Justice Committee immediately following the 5:00 p.m. and 8:30 a.m.
Masses in the East Room in the back of the Church or at the
Peace Site Bench (weather permitting). “Never has the use of
violence brought peace in its wake. War begets war, violence
begets violence.” Pope Francis I
SOCIAL JUSTICE MEETING
Please join us for the next Social Justice meeting on Thursday,
February 19, at 7:00 in Rm. 20 of the Parish Center.
SOCIAL JUSTICE MEET-UP!
Thursday, February 12, 7:00-8:30, Rm. 224 of the parish Center “Fair Trade and Justice with Intelligent Consumer Purchasing: Promoting Social Justice through our Spending –
Part 2”This is a continuation of the meeting from May 8.You
did not need to attend the May 8 meeting for this event.
Sponsored by the Office for Social Justice
CANCER HOME COLLECTION
THIS WEEKEND, JANUARY 17 & 18
Our Lady of Peace Home, located in St. Paul, is a home operated by the Franciscan Health Community for adult incurable
cancer patients who cannot afford to pay for their care. Nothing
is accepted from the patients or their families. Our Lady of
Peace Home receives no payment for the services provided and
relies solely upon the generosity of donors to continue its ministry. Every year, the Council of Women appeals to the generosity of St. Tim’s parishioners for food donations; bedding:
single bed size afghans & quilts; toiletries: deodorant, shave
cream, disposable razors, toothpaste, toothbrushes, mouthwash,
body wash, lotion, lip balm, nail polish, hairstyling products
(gel, spray, mousse, etc.), brushes, & combs; candy: wrapped
Snickers, Milky Way, M&Ms, & similar type candy, hard candy, & soft chewy candy; miscellaneous: slippers, socks, ink
pens, small note pads/Post-it notes, organizers/trays (small) for
patients to use to organize small personal belongings, zip lock
bags, & headphones; paper supplies: toilet paper, facial tissues, napkins, & paper towels; activity books (adults): crossword, word find, Sudoku, & mind challenge types. The weekend of January 17 and 18, these items may be placed in the
boxes at the doors of the church. Cash donations are also being
collected by Women’s Council members at the doors of the
church.
THANK YOU!! THANK YOU!!
What a generous spirit of sharing you, the parishioners of St. Tim’s
showed for our Christmas baskets program, reaching out to others
in need during this Christmas holiday time to help 193 families
receive food, gifts and blankets. About 1000 cards were taken
from the trees, families were sponsored and cash and miscellaneous items were donated to the baskets – as well as numerous volunteers who helped put all the pieces together. THANKS TO
ALL WHO SUPPORTED THIS PROGRAM!!!
Special blessings and gratitude to Mary Joan Geist, Teena
Badzinski, Nancy Downey, Lucy Witte, Kathy Petron, and Diane
Ochocki who walked this journey with me and spent countless
hours with love, compassion, commitment, and just plain hard
work, and the Blanketiers who made 255 blankets to give to the
children of the families. Then there were those who came out in
the early morning hours to transport food from Cub, others who
accepted, sorted, and wrapped presents, carried the bags of presents to the gym, packed food baskets, and helped with the distribution and delivery of the baskets.
TO ALL . . . . let us continue to share in the ministry of Jesus
Christ and a sincere thank you and health & happiness in 2014:
Rich, Mona, & Annie Lehman, Eric Tran, Russ Landry, John Paul,
Kathy Piche, Linda Boethin, Bill & Ann Palzer, Carol Schmidt,
Deb Kirk, John Badzinski, Gary Stevenson, Terry & Karen Lee,
Kathy & John Wiestenberg, Kathy Manley, Carol Jansen, Vic &
Mary Johnson, Robert, Missy, Makayla & Matthew Persaud,
Bradley Jansen, Dave & Peggy Peterson, Gene Kotz, Patty
Korkowski, Andy & Amy Hendrikson, Lynn & Mark Wienhold,
Phil & Joan Jablonecki, Ann & Mark Genosky, Ron Frank, Bob
McNeil, Dave Case, Irene Revering, Ed Breitbach, Bob & Pat
Trombley, Angie Morgan, Margaret Oehlenschlager, Gary Geist,
Mike Kelly, Jan Sofka, Janard Law, Bobbie Saxe, Bernice Jacobson, Jan Kujawa, Berry, Lorraine Emilson, Joan & Bill Morning,
Richard Brown, Frank & Paula Yanez, Jim Gryniewski, Rudy &
Carol Kalan, Carl & Joyce Pierret, Roger & Susan Tlusty, Judy
Evans, Kathy Lund and any others who came in as sleek and
swift as deer and left as quietly as elves . . . we just didn’t get
your names!!
THANKS TO ALL WHO SORTED FOOD SUNDAY, JANUARY 4:
Karen Holdgrafer-Berry, Sarah Berry, Selena Bohnet, Paul,
Colleen, Jeremiah and John Labelle, Cheryl Peloquin and others
who may not have signed in. Your help is greatly appreciated.
HANSON NAR-ANON FAMILY GROUP
“The Nar-Anon Family Groups are a world-wide fellowship for
those affected by someone else’s drug addiction. As a twelve
step program, we offer help by sharing our experience,
strength, and hope. We carry the message of hope by letting
others know that they are not alone; by practicing the Twelve
Steps of Nar-Anon, and by changing our own attitudes.” (from
the Preamble).
The Hanson Nar-Anon Family Group meets from 7:00 to 8:30
p.m. Thursdays in the Epiphany Church Nursery, 11001 Hanson Blvd., Coon Rapids. For information contact Mary at
612.867.8087 or www.nar-anon.org
DONATIONS WERE GIVEN TOWARD
ST. TIMOTHY’S CHRISTMAS DECORATING
IN MEMORY OF:
Henry & Anna Albers
Sam Anderson
Howard Angerhofer
Barb Arenz
Gerald L. Backer
Byron & Phyllis Bauer
Randy Bauer
Jerry Beaudry
Patricia Becker
Brooks Becker
Ben Bialke
Emily Blasiak
Frank Blasiak
Elsie Boedigheimer
Gabe Boedigheimer
Jerry Budnick
Joyce Cech
Linus Carriere
Peter & Maryann Cholewa
Anton & Marie Christiansen
Paul Christiansen
Doyle Copeland
Robert Dobosenski
Delphine Dugas
Marv Ehrler
Joe Falkowski
Erma G. Fautsch
Ann Finc
Cy Finc
Elizabeth Fischer
Jim Fischer
Kelsey Fischer
Larry Flanagan
Shane Flanagan
Bob Fritz
Jerry Gaul
Lois Gaylord
Genosky Family
Carmon Gregerson
Kathryn Gruber
Leonard Gruber
Reneé Grzeskowiak
Gus Haag
Robert Hadash
Allen Hadash
Barb Hadash
Dennis Hadash
Jane Hadash
Stephen G. Hall
Garry Hallman
Virginia & George Hallman
Ralph & Lucille Hammond & Children
Robert Hank
Larry Hanneman
Pam Hassler
Charles Heid
Dale Heine
Pat Heine
Jeff Henderscheid
John Henderscheid
Betty Hengemuhle
Henry Hengemuhle
Richard W. Henkemeyer
Janie Hirsch
Bob Hosford
Rosemary J. Hrab
Peter Jacquemart
Janicke Family
David Jensen
Richard Jost
Todd Kapler
Judy Kerber
Wm & Beatrice Kimlicka
Philip Kirchner
Helen Kispert
Les Kline
Lloyd Kolar
Kenny Krawiecki
Joe Krawiecki
Rose Krawiecki
Henry Laska, Sr.
Billy Lawson
Sabrina Lindberg
Sharon Lindquist
Edwin & Clara Lingut
Frank & LaVern Masag
Kevin Mielke
Lloyd Mielke
Aloha Mikrut
Richard Mrugala
Rod Nagel
John & Caroline Nardinger
Jerome S. O'Brien
Richard Ocel
Anthony Odermatt
Leona Odermatt
John Oliverius
Donald Oquist
Gregory Osterhues
Bill Ovre
John & Emma Ovre
Leslie Ovre
Ray Peter
Everett Philipps
Karen Philipps
Keith Philipps
Robert Philipps
Kevin Philipps
Linette & Glen Pierce
Frank & Mayme Pierzinski
Andrew M. Powers
Florian Price
Violet Price
Leonard & Magdalin Prokott
Mike Quarve
Wilford Redig
Roger Robinson
June Romano
Peter Rothstein
Anthony A. Saldana
Gary L. Saldana
Holly A. Saldana
Lucille Schilling
Leander & Marie Schmidt
Dick & Joyce Selinsky
Joseph & Cynthia Selinsky
Joseph & Theresa Selinsky
Dustin Sheehy
Bradley Simmons
Richard & Henrietta Simons
Bruce Southmayd
Rosemary Stachowski
Vince & Mary Stachowski
Brian Strauss
Edward Sullivan
Janet Towle
Elwood Trustheim
Mike Vawracz, Sr.
Florence Vawracz
Phyllis Vetsch
Kathryn Vleck
Edwin Wagner
Mary Y. Wagner
Victor Wallace
Dale K. Walstad
Gertrude Zach
Leah Zacher
Simon & Katherine Zeck
Orlin Zemke
Shirley Zemke
Gene Zemple
IN HONOR OF:
Jim Albers
Nana Becker
Wm & Michael Peters
Elisa Simmons
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PARISH STAFF
PASTOR:
Fr. Chuck Brambilla
DEACON/BAPTISM PROGRAM:
Tom Quayle
PARISH ADMINISTRATOR:
Lou Ochocki
OFFICE MANAGER:
Mary Mueller
MAINTENANCE
Barry Schuetzler
BOOKKEEPER:
Barb Case
DIRECTOR OF LITURGY & MUSIC:
Bill Steffl
OFFICE HOURS:
Monday – Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
8:00AM-9:00PM
8:00AM-5:00PM
8:00AM-4:00PM
CLOSED
8:00AM-12:30PM
MASS SCHEDULE: *ASL Interpreter at 8:30 AM Mass*
Saturday evening:
5:00PM
Sunday:
*8:30 & 10:30AM
Weekdays: Mon-Wed & Fri 9AM; Comm Service Thur 9AM
Holydays: Variable
COORDINATOR OF LITURGICAL MUSIC:
Therese Jorgensen
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Individual: Saturday following 5:00PM Mass
Penitential Prayer Service: Variable
PRE–FIFTH GRADE/SEASONAL ACTIVITIES:
Robbie Raaen
ROSARY: Tuesday 6:30 PM in Parish Center Chapel
DRE/MIDDLE SCHOOL/BASKETS:
Margaret Kelly
PRAYER REQUESTS: Call 784-2818 or 784-9238.
SENIOR HIGH YOUTH MINISTER:
Nolan Gutierrez
RCIA/ADULT ED/NEW PARISHIONERS:
Johanna Scanlan
COMMUNION FOR HOMEBOUND: Contact Maggie Philbrook
Laine at Parish Office.
SEP-DIV-WID/GRIEF/SR CITIZENS:
Shawn Phillips
CRISIS/BEFRIENDERS/HOSP. SHUT-IN:
Maggie Philbrook Laine
HOSPITALITY/KITCHEN COORDINATOR:
Diane Wiener
BAPTISMS: Parents must attend a pre-baptism class. Call
Parish Office for scheduling.
WEDDINGS: Arrangements must be made at least six months
prior to the wedding.
MISSION STATEMENT
We are a progressive, welcoming Catholic community that values full participation in worship and community service.
We commit to being a peace-loving, Eucharistic community providing integrated faith formation and applying gospel values to daily living.