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To all our visitors…
Bishop John R. Gaydos, the clergy and the faithful of the Diocese of Jefferson City welcome you and hope that your time in
our Mother Church may be an opportunity to share our faith
and joy in Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Our parish was formed in 1959 and was elevated to the title of
Cathedral in 1968 and dedicated in 1974. Please enjoy the beauty of this spacious building dedicated to the Glory of God and
the memory of Saint Joseph, the Husband of Mary. It was built
for the inspiration of all who enter. Free tour booklets are available.
All visitors who are not of the Roman Catholic faith are most
welcome to join us in prayer and worship, but not to receive Holy Communion. Reception of Holy Communion is a sign of full
unity and membership in the Catholic community. Together let
us all pray for the unity of all believers.
If you desire to become a member of the Roman Catholic
Church or to become a member of the Cathedral Parish, please
call the parish office at 573-635-7991.
All contributions to the Cathedral ministries and maintenance
are sincerely appreciated. Please remember this Cathedral parish
in your Will, gifts and estate plans to support our parish’s ongoing mission.
Cathedral Organizations and Ministries
Altar Servers
Athletic Committee
Baptism Preparation
Bereavement Committee
Boy Scouts
Catholic Cancer Support
Cemetery Board
Charities
Christ Renews His Parish
Collection Counters
Confirmation Preparation
Cub Scouts
Cursillo
Director of Music
Divine Worship & Spiritual
Development Committee
Divorce Assistance Group
Edge Youth Program
Episcopal Servers
Eucharistic Adoration
Extraordinary Ministers
of Holy Communion
Finance Council
Funeral Luncheon
Girl Scouts
Deacon Dan Joyce
Mr. Craig Husting
Deacon Christopher Baker
Mrs. Barbara Poetker
Mrs. Donna Kuebler
Mr. Denis Gladbach
Mr. Thom Day
Deacon Jim Kliethermes
Mr. Fred Kummer
Msgr. Robert Kurwicki
( Ex- officio Member)
Mr. Bill Luebbert
Deacon Christopher Baker
634-7959
634-8731
636-8935
893-2064
893-6313
634-2864
636-8939
893-7872
636-7939
635-7991
Monsignor Kurwicki
Mr. Lucas Knipp
Mrs. Julie Gramlich
Fr. Christopher Aubuchon
Mrs. Rose Mengwasser
635-7991
353-4046
634-4165
635-7991
636-8549
Fr. Christopher Aubuchon
Vacant
Mrs. Pat Dowd
Mrs. Teresa Fritz
635-7991
635-8060
636-8935
M/M Tony & Charlotte Wening 761-5193
Mr. Duane Buersmeyer
636-3097
Mr. David Lankford
635-9454
Mr. Larry Schulte
690-9449
Mr. Brian Johnson
636-5319
Mr. John Poepsel, Interim
893-8173
635-4507
636-8597
Gospel of Life Committee
Greeters
Home & School
Helias Representative
Knights of Columbus
Ladies Auxiliary
Lectors
Marriage Preparation
Nursing Home Visitation
Parish Association
Parish Nurse
Parish Pastoral Council
Parish School of Religion
Prayer Line
Pro-life
Samaritan Center Board
School Board President
School Principal
Secular Franciscan Order
Special Event Dinners
St. Brigid Quilters
Steering Committee
Stewardship Committee
Ushers
Vocation Committee
Welcoming Committee
Youth Ministry
Mrs. Gina Newlon
230-6718
Deacon Dan Joyce
634-7959
Mrs. Melissa VanDyne
694-8243
Mrs. Leslie Verslues
645-2008
Mr. Rich Anderson
659-3523
Mrs. Tina Sellner
635-6980
Deacon Dan Joyce
634-7959
Please call the parish office
635-7991
Ms. Lois Fairchild
636-2558
Vacant
Mrs. Lou Anne Rowan, RN
635-4022
Mr. Joe Boland
761-4890
Mrs. Cara Sue Cockerham
291-4889
Please call the parish office
635-7991
Mr. Ed Bode
635-7874
Mr. Bernie Fechtel
893-6400
Mr. Roger Dudenhoeffer
893-8483
Mr. Don Schnieders
893-5990
(Member at Large)
Mr. Rick Morrisey
632-6691
Mr. Spencer L. Allen
635-5024
Ms. Maureen Gray, OFS
(423) 598 3603
Mrs. Janice Houser
636-9842
Mrs. Rosana Weidinger
893-3493
Monsignor Kurwicki
635-7991
Mr. Lew Hancock
893-6870
Mr. Bob Asahl
584-8010
Mr. Stephen Meystrik
761-9241
Mrs. Lisa Larkin
434-4275
Mrs. Julie Gramlich
634-4165
Cathedral Parish Information
Registering in the Parish
To join our parish, please contact the Parish Office at
635-7991 Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
Persons interested in becoming Roman Catholic should
contact Mr. Dan Kempker, 496-5499
Registering in the Cathedral School
Parents wishing to know more about our grade school,
are encouraged to call the Cathedral school principal,
Mr. Spencer L. Allen at 635-5024.
Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
Parishioners facing surgery or struggling with
serious illness may request this Sacrament of
healing by calling a priest at the Parish Office.
Sacrament of Baptism
Parents requesting the Sacrament of Baptism
for their children should be registered members of
the parish and they should contact the Parish Office.
Vocations to the Christian Married Life
Couples planning to marry at the Cathedral must contact
the Parish Office at least six months in advance.
Ordinarily, no marriages are celebrated during Lent.
Vocations to the Priesthood and Consecrated Life
If you are interested in becoming a priest, deacon, sister or brother, please contact Fr. Joe Corel at 635-9127.
Year of Consecrated Life
Cathedral of Saint Joseph
Jefferson City, Missouri
HOLY MASS SCHEDULE
THIS COMING WEEK
01/25 Start of Catholic Schools Week
Distinguished Graduate Award, 9:00 a.m. Mass with
reception following in the Undercroft
Confirmation, 9:00 a.m., School Commons
Luke 18 Meeting, 11:00 a.m., Mary Room
01/26 Centering Prayer, 12:10 p.m., Chapel
RCIA, 6:15 p.m., Catholic Center
01/27 Missouri House, 10:00 a.m.
Ping Pong, 3:10 p.m., Undercroft
K of C Teacher Appreciation Dinner, Helias Council
Cub Scouts, 6:30 p.m., Undercroft
Welcome Committee, 7:00 p.m., St. Joseph Room
Schola Rehearsal, 7:00 p.m., Bishop Marling Room
01/28 Missouri House, 10:00 a.m.
Ladies CRHP, 5:30 p.m., St. Joseph Room
Golf Meeting, 6:00 p.m., Mary Room
PSR, 7:00 p.m., School
K of C Officers Meeting, 7:00 p.m., Cry Room
Choir Rehearsal, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral and
Bishop Marling Room
01/29 Quilters, 8:30 a.m., Bishop Marling Room
Pastor/Principal Meeting, 9:00 a.m., Parish Office
Missouri House, 10:00 a.m.
FIAT, 3:10 p.m., Undercroft
Challenge Club, 3:30 p.m., Mary Room
Rosary, 7:00 p.m., Chapel
01/30 Staff Meeting, 9:30 a.m., Parish Office
Home & School Volunteer Appreciation Chili
Supper, 6:00 p.m., Undercroft
01/31 Parish Ministries Day, 9:00 a.m., Cathedral
Confessions, 4:00 p.m., Cathedral
02/01 Boy Scout Sunday
Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast, 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
Undercroft
Luke 18 Meeting, 11:00 a.m., Mary Room
NFP, 2:00 p.m., St. Joseph Room
Sunday, January 25
7:00 a.m. Ruth Ovaitt
9:00 a.m. James Kleffner
11:00 a.m. Parishioners
Monday, January 26 (SS. Timothy & Titus)
6:30 a.m. Phil, Kevin & Larry Farnan
8:00 a.m. Marie Nothhouse
Tuesday January 27 (St. Angela Merici)
6:30 a.m. Mary Ann Sailer
8:00 a.m. Eula Scherr Couch
Wednesday, January 28 (St. Thomas Aquinas)
6:30 a.m. Howard ‘Red’ Huber
8:00 a.m. Eugene Cook
Thursday, January 29
6:30 a.m. Alan R. Leach
8:00 a.m. L & D of Frank Huhman Family
Friday, January 30
6:30 a.m. Patricia A. Oidtman
8:00 a.m. Hermina Cremer
Saturday, January 31 (Fourth Sunday)
5:30 p.m. Nancy Dalton
Sunday, February 1
7:00 a.m. Ralph ‘Inky’ James
9:00 a.m. Parishioners
11:00 a.m. Robert Maher
STEWARDSHIP NEWS
Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Holy Scriptures reminded us multiple times of our need to share our goods with the poor of this
world. The Cathedral of Saint Joseph relies on the support of
parishioners who generously give their time, talent, and treasures to make Jesus Christ known. Our Fiscal Year to Date Offerings are as follows:
Offertory Budget 07/1/14-6/30/15
Budget Goal per Month
Weekly Goal
$
$
$
2,371,863.00
197,655.00
45,613.00
Collection
January 4
January 11
January 18
January 25
$
$
$
$
78,736.00
67,587.00
42,789.00
To date for January
Budget Goal 07/01/14 - 01/18/15
Sunday Collection 07/01/14 - 01/18/15
Difference
$
$
$
$
189,112.00
1,322,777.00
1,435,941.00
+ 113,164.00
Prayer for Catholic Schools Week
Lord Jesus, Son of God,
Thank you for the gift of Catholic education.
Day after day, week after week, You give
us many opportunities to grow and learn.
Help us respond to the gift of faith so that we
may be recognized as Your disciples.
Amen.
PRAYING TOWARD NEXT WEEK:
FOURTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
PRIESTS’ RETIREMENT &
SEMINARIAN COLLECTION UPDATE
First Reading:
Second Reading:
Gospel:
The Christmas Assessment for our parish for the 12 Seminarians and 17 Retired Priests of our Diocese is $24,600. We have
received $9,534. We still owe $15,066. If you have not given,
please consider helping. Bring your donation and place it in the
collections next weekend. Please mark the envelope: Assessment for Seminarians and Retired Priests. Thank you.
Deuteronomy 18: 15-20
1 Corinthians 7: 32-35
Mark 1: 21-28
CSA-2015 UPDATE
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As of January 16, 507 families, or 35.6% of our 1424 parish
families have donated $205,002 which is 95.1% toward the Cathedral’s Catholic Stewardship Appeal goal of $215,531.
Cathedral School Since 1960!
Third Sunday
January 25, 2015
THE VERB
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Ministry Day is next Saturday, January 31, beginning at 9:00
a.m. in the Cathedral. If you serve as, or would like to be in the
ministry of Usher, Lector or Extraordinary Minister of Holy
Communion, plan to attend this mandatory meeting. This is a
chance to review our practices and to obtain new members.
Each session will be a quick 40 minutes. Our last session was in
2011.
WELCOME to all who gather in our Cathedral Church for The
Third Sunday of Ordinary Time, and Catholic Schools
Week!
WEEK OF PRAYER: We ask each member of our Cathedral
parish to pray for the members of one of the parishes or missions in our diocese this week. As a Cathedral Church, all our
parishes are linked to us and we wish to deepen the spiritual
bond with them. Therefore, we will pray this week for St.
Thomas the Apostle, St. Thomas.
Our Cathedral Parish has 5,000 souls to fill these ministries and
as Altar Servers, yet we are very understaffed. Ideally, in order
to fulfill the monthly needs of our weekend Masses we need 75
Lectors, but only have 51 volunteers, need 150 Eucharistic Ministers, yet have 93 volunteers, need 100 Ushers, but have 61 and
need 100 Altar Servers, but only have 46 volunteers.
WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CONSECRATED LIFE: Pope
Francis has asked us to remember in prayer, all members of
communities of Male and Female Religious. This week we
pray for the Living and Deceased members of, plus for an
increase in vocations for, the Sisters of the Third Order of
St. Dominic, OP.
PILGRIMAGE OPPORTUNITY
Msgr. Kurwicki would like for you to experience the ancient
Greece of St. Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles. We will be on
pilgrimage in his footsteps from September 27 to October 7,
2015. The cost is at an incredibly low price of only $3,740. We
will visit, pray and explore Athens, Corinth, Thessaloniki, Philippi, Ephesus, Island of Crete, Island of Patmos as well as Santorini. Msgr. Kurwicki was last on tour in 2013. If you have any
questions, please ask him. Brochures can be found in the parish
office, plus the vestibule of the Cathedral.
CONGRATULATIONS to Sophia Hays, daughter of Nathan
& Amanda Hays, and Blaze Pezley, son of Virgil & Gina Pezley,
who were baptized in the Cathedral last week!
FROM DEATH TO NEW LIFE-The Cathedral Parish Family
extends its sympathy and prayers to the families of Frank
Mischlich, brother of Dorothy Witthar and Adrianus ‘Andy’
Nelen, father of Fr. Louis Nelen. May they have eternal rest in
their heavenly home and may the Lord give comfort and peace to
their loved ones who mourn their loss.
ALTAR SERVER DODGEBALL TOURNEY
SCRIP may be purchased at the school during regular hours.
Please support our school!
The Vocation Office is hosting a Dodgeball Tournament and
pizza party at Monsignor Lammers Gym at St. Peter’s School
for the altar servers of the three Jefferson City parishes on February 8 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. The parish with the winning
dodgeball team will receive a “traveling” trophy for the year.
RSVP to Marybeth Hunton at [email protected] by
February 4.
Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast
Next Sunday, February 1—7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Cathedral Undercroft– Adults $7 Children $5
Pancakes, Sausage, Eggs, Juice & Coffee
ALL SERVED FAMILY STYLE
CATHEDRAL PICTORIAL DIRECTORY
WILLIAM H. SIMON SCHOLARSHIP
Everyone is encouraged to take this opportunity to visually
represent the parish in the St Joseph Cathedral 2015 Pictorial
Directory. You may sign up on line for the photo sessions that
begin in March through the parish website,
[email protected] by clicking on the Parish
Photo Directory on the right side of the screen. If you need help
with the on line sign ups, or do not have access to the internet,
call Dena Brand at 782-3757, Linda Kempker at 636-4746 or
Liz Kliethermes at 893-7872 for assistance. Manual sign-ups for
the photo sessions will be held on January 30 in the Undercroft
from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. during the Chili Supper.
The William H. (Bill) Simon Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to Catholic students who are in financial need for the purpose of attending an accredited college or university of the student's choice. The scholarship is $ 1,000 per semester to assist
the student in meeting educational needs. It is the intent to
award three new scholarships each year; however, the actual
number of new awards will be contingent upon the current number of previous recipients that are eligible for renewal.
Applications may be picked up at the Parish Office, School Office
or the Chancery.
With everyone’s help and participation, we can make this year’s
pictorial directory the best ever and a great resource for the St
Joseph Parish family. Sign up early for the best availability of
times!
Photo session dates are:
March 4-7; March 10-11; March 17-20
April 8-9; April 14-18; April 21
May 12-14; May 16
Weekday sessions begin at 2:00 p.m., end at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday sessions begin at 10:00 a.m., end at 4:30 p.m.
by Msgr. Kurwicki
The deadline for submission of the application, SAR, and letters
of recommendation is March 31, 2015.
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AND THANK THEM FOR SUPPORTING OUR BULLETIN!
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Year of Consecrated Life
Cathedral of Saint Joseph
Jefferson City, Missouri
SPIRITUAL OPPORTUNITIES
VOCATION NEWS
PRAY FOR VOCATIONS—The Cathedral Vocations’ Committee invites you each week to pray for a Priest, Religious,
Deacon and Seminarian serving in our Diocese. This week,
please keep in your prayers: Fr. Paul Hartley, Vandalia, Sr.
Laura Jean Spaeth, SSND, Jefferson City, Deacon David
Miller, Boonville, Seminarian Paul Clark, Kenrick-Glennon.
The Diocese has 12 Seminarians.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: The Adoration Chapel is in
need of a few dedicated individuals willing to commit to an hour
a week. Individuals are always welcome to pray in the Adoration
Chapel without committing to doing so every week. Substitutes
to cover hours are always needed. Vacant hours are:
Sunday: 3:00-4:00 a.m. & 4:00-5:00 a.m.
Tuesday: Midnight-1:00 a.m., 5:00-6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: Midnight-1:00 a.m., 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Thursday: 1:00-2:00 a.m.
Friday: 1:00-2:00 a.m.
Saturday: 3:00-4:00 a.m., 4:00-5:00 p.m., 6:00-7:00 p.m.,
7:00-8:00 p.m., & 8:00-9:00 p.m.
COME EARLY TO PRAY THE ROSARY: The Rosary will
be said before each Mass for the intention of Vocations to the
Priesthood and Religious Life. Our next Rosary will be on the
weekend of February 7-8.
NIGHT OF VOCATION AWARENESS
HOLY ROSARY-Come and join us on Thursday nights at 7:00
p.m. to pray the Most Holy Rosary in the daily Mass Chapel.
POPE FRANCIS AND THE FAMILY is the theme of this
year’s Night Of Vocation Awareness (NOVA) dinner and auction to support vocations, taking place at 5:30 p.m. on Friday,
February 13, at the Holiday Inn Executive Center, Columbia.
Gather your family and friends and join Bishop Gaydos for an
evening of prayer, fellowship and fun in this Spirit-filled atmosphere. For reservations go to www.diojeffcity.org or call the
Stewardship Office at (573) 635-9127.
CENTERING PRAYER will meet next on January 26, at 12:10
p.m. in the Chapel. Please join us. Contemplative Prayer is a
powerful way of moving into a deepening experience of divine
union. For questions, contact Barbara Poetker at (573) 8932064.
PSR is for students grades 1-8 who attend public school and
seek instruction in their faith. The next class is January 28, at
7:00 p.m. in the Cathedral School. If you have questions about
this program contact: Cara Sue Cockerham (573) 291-4889.
MORNING OF QUIET PRAYER
Come to the Quiet Lenten Refreshment with God. Join us for
a morning of guided, quiet prayer on: Saturday, February 28,
9:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m. at the Catholic Center. This morning of
prayer is sponsored by the St. Joseph Cathedral Centering Prayer
Group and will be facilitated by Reverend Matthew J. Flatley
and Sister Laura Jean Spaeth, SSND. Various forms of reflective
prayer will be experienced and materials available for continuing
practice. Coffee and Bottled Water provided - Free Will Offering
(only). For more information contact Barbara Poetker, at: (573)
291-1415, or, [email protected]
CONFIRMATION-Our next session is February 8, at 9:15
a.m. in the School Commons, on ‘Made for Mission’. For more
information, contact Dave Lankford at (573) 635-9454. Our
Confirmation is April 23, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a process of
inquiry, study, prayer, and sacraments by which adults are baptized or received into the Catholic Church, or receive the sacrament of Confirmation. The next class is Monday, January 26
at 6:15 p.m. at the Catholic Center, and will focus on the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation. If you are interested or
have questions, please call Dan Kempker at (573) 496-5499 or
email him at [email protected]
OPERATION RICE BOWL
CATHEDRAL EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
There is a full time Accounting Coordinator position open in
the parish office. Some duties are, but not limited to: making
deposits, paying invoices and recording these into the accounting data base, electronic payroll for approximately 70 employees, making federal and state withholding tax deposits, preparing federal and state quarterly payroll report, working with the
Diocesan office regarding lay retirement programs, etc… Applicants should be computer proficient and have the ability to learn
software quickly. The parish uses Parish Data System General
Ledger and Payroll software. If interested, please send resume’
by Monday, January 26, to St. Joseph Cathedral, Pastor, 2305
West Main Street, Jefferson City, MO. 65109, or e-mail it to
[email protected]
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This year is the 40th anniversary of the Rice Bowl. It began as a
small project in the Diocese of Allentown to bring awareness of
and food relief to the hungry in Africa. Today, 13,000 parishes
across the country, including our own, participate in CRS Rice
Bowl in order to feed the hungry at home and abroad and to
deepen our experience of Lent.
As you probably know, 75% of the money collected goes to Catholic Relief Services to subsidize food distribution, agricultural
development, clean water access and other projects in the developing world. The remaining 25% remains in our Diocese. Many
parishes choose to keep that share to help fund local hunger and
anti-poverty, while others choose to submit the entire amount in
which case the 25 % goes to Catholic Charities to support similar
efforts.
We urge you to take a look at the website at
www.crsricebowl.org. They have great resources to help you
including prayers, stories and reflections. There is even a handy
CRS Rice Bowl app for your phone or tablet which will deliver
daily reflections, meatless recipes, as well as track and share your
Lenten commitment. Ash Wednesday is February 18!
Third Sunday
Thank Your Catholic School Teachers!
January 25, 2015
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS &
LADIES AUXILIARY NEWS www.kofc12992.com
LITURGICAL MINISTRIES
LECTORS
Saturday, January 31
5:30 p.m. Ceil Callahan,
Debbie Stokes
Sunday, February 1
7:00 a.m. Richard Hronick
9:00 a.m. Christina Baker,
DeAnne Rickabaugh
11:00 a.m. Laurie Harding,
David Lankford
SERVERS
Saturday, January 31
5:30 p.m. Jacob Dunn, Ava
Morrisey, Anna Owens, Sam
Owens
Sunday, February 1
7:00 a.m. Jim Donovan
9:00 a.m. Rett Dobbs, Dan
Haake, Matt Haake, Thomas
Schappe
11:00 a.m. Lexi Boeckmann, Ben Ewers, Andrew
Ewers, Aaron Sackman
GREETERS
Saturday, January 31
5:30 p.m. Randy Dunn,
Sharon Dunn, Jackie Owens,
Roger Owens
Sunday, February 1
7:00 a.m. Virginia Haar,
Karen Haar
9:00 a.m. John Backues,
Shelba Backues, Patricia Keller, Jim Keller
11:00 a.m. Carolyn Bluma,
Mark Knernschield, Lee
Knernschield, Janel Luck
GIFT FAMILY
Saturday, January 31
5:30 p.m. Gary Fogelbach
Sunday, February 1
7:00 a.m. Martha Duemmel
9:00 a.m. Andrea Huenink
11:00 a.m. Paul Schlup
EXTRAORDINARY
MINISTERS OF HOLY
COMMUNION
Saturday, January 31
5:30 p.m. Stuart Howser,
Jennifer Luebbert, Judy
Magee, Julie Mercurio, Ken
Rowan, Don Stokes, Mary
Ann Young
Sunday, February 1
7:00 a.m. Bob Asahl, Jeffrey
Cowley, Larry Lewis, Bobbi
Meyer, Barbara Poetker, Larry Poetker, Dan Schuette
9:00 a.m. Richard Hafner,
Brian Johnson, Gail Kusick,
Jane Ledbetter, Andrea Olsen,
Tim Rickabaugh, Lori Stoll
11:00 a.m. Kimie Bax,
Christina Dudenhoeffer, Keith
Dudenhoeffer, Vicki Kummer,
Anne Rapp, Debbie Sackman,
Mike Wilson
THE DOOR IS OPEN - Knights are Catholic men,
18 years of age and older, who are committed to
making their community a better place while supporting their Church and protecting and enhancing
their family life. All the good works we do are based on our four
core principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.
Contact Brian Johnson (573) 694-1991 for more information
about joining this great organization or visit our website at
www.kofc12992.com.
Our breakfast on January 18, was enjoyed by over 200 patrons.
$500 in profit has been donated to the Diocese to help defer
costs being incurred during the Pro-Life March to Washington
D.C. Thanks to all who attended and to our Brother Knights,
Lady Knights and Boy Scout Troop 104 for helping make this
another enjoyable event. Congratulations to Cliff Olsen for
winning $135 in the 50/50 drawing.
Congratulations to Lew Hancock for being selected as Knight
of the Month by the Missouri State Council of the Knights of
Columbus for October/November. This well-deserved award
was presented to Lew at our January 16 steak dinner celebration.
K of C’s 2015 Free Throw Competition–All SJCS boys and girls
ages 10-14 are invited to participate in this fun event to see how
many free throws you can make out of fifteen (15) attempts. All
participants will be awarded a dress down pass. Please contact
Coach Rothweiler to sign up for next week’s event.
USHERS
Saturday, January 31
5:30 p.m. Dana Frese, David Gramlich, Ryan Lock,
John Young
Sunday, February 1
7:00
a.m.
Charles
Duemmel, Rich McCarty, Al
Meyer, Jim Mullen
9:00 a.m. Thomas Imhoff,
Joe Loethen, Sean Lovelace,
John Wenzlick
11:00 a.m. Steve Houser,
Craig Lammers, Phillip Rockers, Scott Thieret
LADIES AUXILIARY will meet on February 5, in the Mary
Room at, 6:30 p.m. Please bring a tally of your estimated charitable hours of service to the school, church, KC's, and community for the annual report. Dues are $10 for the year and may be
brought to the meeting or mailed to Arlene Taylor, 4404 Merry
Lane, Jefferson City, MO 65109. After a short meeting we will
play Bunco. It is an easy game to learn. Prizes will be awarded.
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC SEARCH
MUSIC MINISTERS
Saturday, January 31
5:30 p.m. Dewayne Carver
Sunday, February 1
7:00 a.m. Rose Mengwasser
9:00 a.m. Cathedral Schola
11:00 a.m. Joyful Noise
Anyone who cannot serve at their appointed time will
kindly arrange for a replacement!
When you are assigned as an offertory family, please let
one of the ushers know that you are there for that Mass.
THANK YOU!
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The search for the Cathedral’s Director of Music began in early
December. The committee met with Msgr. Kurwicki and Fr.
Aubuchon and began by reviewing, then finalizing, the “Duties
of the Director of Music”, a document which would be posted on
the Cathedral’s website and referred to in our advertising.
Three venues were used in our advertising: catholicjobs.com,
musicasacra.com, and National Pastoral Musicians.com. These
were the same sources used successfully in the selection of our
last Director of Music. The advertising is producing good interest, and to date, we now have 13 applicants for the position. The
search team will meet on Tuesday, February 3 to review all of
the resumes, and any reference materials submitted by the applicants, in order to determine which of these would be the best
possible fit for our Cathedral parish. Initial contacts will be
made by the chairman of the search committee to determine the
actual level of interest in the position. Interviews with these
applicants by the search team would then follow.
Please keep the search for our Director of Music in your daily
prayers.
Cathedral of Saint Joseph
Year of Consecrated Life
Jefferson City, Missouri
YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS
PRO-LIFE NEWS
The Luke 18 Retreat team will meet the following Sundays in
the Mary Room: January 25 , February 1, 8, 15, 22 all meetings are at 11:00 a.m. The Luke 18 Retreat is February 27-28
and ends March 1 after the 11:00 a.m. Mass. All 7th grade students have been sent the registration. Please turn in as soon as
possible, as we will need to find host homes. We need approximately 8 host homes for the Luke 18 Retreat. This is a great
opportunity to get to know a few of our awesome Helias students and the 7th grade class of 2015. Please consider, and contact Julie at [email protected]
Ping Pong, Tuesday, January 27, 3:10 p.m., Undercroft
XLT Adoration, Sunday, February 8, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral
BISHOP GAYDOS TO OPEN MIDWEST MARCH FOR
LIFE AT CAPITOL! We cordially invite all to the Capitol on
Saturday, January 31, for the opening prayer and remarks by
Bishop Gaydos at the rally at 10:45 a.m. inside the Rotunda.
There will be many exhibits on display from 8:30-10:45 a.m.
inside the Capitol for early birds and those unable to march.
Lots of surprises and free precious feet pins to first 300 people
at the Governor's Mansion as March begins at 10:00 a.m..
(Begin to gather at 9:30 a.m. for free give a ways.) This will be
an event to remember! Register for life affirming luncheon by
calling (573) 340 8444 by January 28. Reservations required as
seating is limited. Info: www.midwestmarchforlife.com or FaceBook MIDWEST MARCH FOR LIFE event.
National Catholic Youth Conference,
November 19-22, 2015 in Indianapolis,
IN. All Parish Youth in grades 9-12 next
fall are invited to this amazing event!.
FAMILIES IN NEED PROGRAM
Items requested for February 10 delivery: Canned tuna, boxed
pasta, canned green beans, brownie mix and napkins. Please
place in provided containers at all exits of the Cathedral. Thank
you for your continued support!
If you and or your child is interested in
the NCYC 2015 trip, please submit your name to Julie [email protected] For more information visit:
www.ncyc2015.com, or call Julie at (573) 635-7991. The diocese will be getting all the paper work by March 1.
JC MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Marriage Encounter provides the opportunity, atmosphere and
motivation for couples to focus and strengthen their relationships. This weekend is designed to give married couples the opportunity to examine their life together, reasons to celebrate and
areas to improve. Just like other priorities in life, your marriage
requires care and attention. You won’t regret investing this time
in your marriage! Married couples of all ages and faith expressions are invited to share in this experience. Jefferson City
Marriage Encounter has two retreat weekends coming up in
2015: February 14-15 & November 7-8. For more information,
please visit our website at jeffcityme.org or contact Jeff Cremer
(573) 680-5076 or Jill Cremer (573) 694-3292.
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL NEWS
Registration for our Cathedral School is now taking place for
kindergarten and preschool students. If you have a child that is
not currently enrolled, you can get more information or registration resources by calling (573) 635-5024 or by e-mailing:
[email protected] Thanks!
Congratulations to the St. Joseph JV-B Boys Team winning 1st
place in this past weekend St. Stanislaus Annual Basketball
Tournament. Players: Steven Houser, Andrew Case, Blake
Bauer, Dan Haake, Matt Haake, Blake Kirsch, Carson
Stieferman, Brogan Baker and Connor Frank. Coaches:
Christopher Case, Karl Haake and Jason Bauer.
NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING
The St Joseph Cathedral School Archery team competed in a
tournament at St Martins on December 13. The team took third
place out of seven teams. Several of the kids were in the top 20
for their class. This team consisted of Adam Vollet, Morgan
Stoll, Madison Stoll, Jacob Hoelscher, Veronica Swan, Danielle Buker, Katelyn Buker, Aaron Sackman, Andrew Luebbert, Luke Daledovich, Jim Donovan, Grace Marshall, Shae
Johnson, Cora Walsh, Stephanie Dallmeyer, Caleb Mueller,
Natalie Ruetz, Sophie Van Dyne, Austin McElwaine, Lee
Holloway and Gavin Branson.
Natural Family Planning (NFP) involves no drugs or devices,
there are zero health worries and it is immediately reversible
when you want to try to conceive a baby. No doctor visits needed, no prescriptions to fill, no unwanted side effects. To learn
more visit: www.midmonfp.org or contact Mark and Chelle
Smith-Vandergriff at: [email protected], or
(573) 694-2504. A Premenopause Transition class is scheduled
for January 24 in Hallsville. Main Class Series are beginning
February 1st in Jefferson City and February 22nd in Moberly.
Classes are also scheduled individually.
HELIAS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
UPCOMING EVENTS
HELIAS SENIOR PARENTS! Helias Graduation is Sunday,
May 24 with Project Graduation following at 9:00 p.m. at Helias Gym. Project Graduation planning is underway and we need
your expertise and volunteers to make it the best farewell party
for our seniors! Please check the Helias website or your email
box for student registration/parent volunteer info. Deadline for
registration is February 1. For more information email Michele
Caywood at [email protected] or Sheila Hirsch for registration at [email protected] Thank you.
EAGLES CLUB ALZHEIMER’S LUNCH/DINNER, Friday,
January 30. Serving 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and 4:30—7:00 p.m.
Adults: $9 Children 6-12: $4.50, 5 and under: Free. Proceeds go
to Jefferson City Manor.
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ST. STANISLAUS K of C, Wardsville, Parish Gym: Family
Style Country Ham & Sausage Breakfast, Sunday, February
8 from 7:30 a.m. to noon. Adults: $10, Children (5-12) $4, Children under 5: Free.
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573.893.6295
634-3115
TIM RIEKE, D.D.S.
1312 Southwest Boulevard
Jefferson City, Missouri
573-592-9195
Capital Installers, Inc.
Doug Distler
Luebbering Oil Co.
Hwy. 63 North
635-3238
Larry, Bryan and
Brad Luebbering
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DINE-IN • DELIVER • CARRY-OUT • CATERING
Free Estimates 1418 Missouri Blvd. • 573-893-8855
3012 S. 10 Mile Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
phone 57
573.893.4998
Charles Prather
Authorized Dealer
www.raynor.com
Rick Prather
FINE JEWELRY CREATIONS
Tom Kummer
1803 Missouri Blvd., Ste. A.
(573) 634-4241
BEE AT HOME, L.L.C.
Free Evaluation
“BEE” CAUSE WE CARE
Mary Beffa • (573) 634-8280
[email protected]
573.632.5000
Homemaker Care • Personal Care • Respite Care • Sitter Care
DULLE TRIMBLE
Local Delivery & Catering Available!
FUNERAL HOME
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816 E. Broad
Broadway • Columbia, MO 65201
(573) 442-6811
221 E. High St. • Jefferson City, MO 65101
(573) 636-8313
216 Madison Ave.
Ave
Mike Bernskoetter, Owner
573-634-3299
634-2988
WILSON ORTHODONTICS
Fechtel Beverage & Sales, Inc.
ROOFING &
SHEET METAL
Dustin Wilson, DDS, MS
425 West Elm
Jefferson City, MO 65101
573-636-5161
3121 Emerald Lane
Jefferson City, MO
573-634-5122 • www.dwilsonbraces.com
CommercialIndustrial
P.O. Box 104205, Jefferson City, MO 65110-4205
Specializing in Braces & Invisalign
573-636-7733
Locally Owned & Operated by
The Ruprecht Family for Over 45 Years
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New Construction
Commercial
Install • Sand
Finish • Remodel
(573) 635-7343
Thomas M Ittner, FLMI, FIC
Financial Associate
Beam Central Cleaning Systems
615A CLARK AVENUE
TELEPHONE: [email protected]
JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65101
573/636-9661 520 Dix Rd Ste D, Jefferson City, MO 65109
We’ll Take You There
www.rrcu.org
573-635-4185
Jerry Luebbert,
Owner
659-83
659
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71
659-8371
HEUMAN TREE SERVICE BILL’S ROOFING
Big or Small, We do them ALL!
Patrick C. Dubbert
We specialize in difficult jobs & offer service
in rural areas that other companies do not travel to.
QUICK RESPONSE
573.635.7119 (phone)
573-353-7557 or 573-301-0490
President / CEO
Serving Jefferson City for over 30 years
It’s how we do, what we do.
Call 636-8433
www.midwestblock.com
101 Boonville Rd. • 573-893-3200
Brian D Johnson
573-635-5258
www.braunautorepair.com
893-2505 Financial Advisor
573-635-1454
Open 24 hrs.
3721 W. Truman Jefferson City, MO
DARREN’S REMODELING
Painting • Concrete • Siding • Roofing • Drywall
All Types of Construction
No Job Too Small!
Landscaping & New or Repairs
www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC
Contact Darren at 573-418-8671
LANDSCAPING
Lawn mowing, all landscaping services
Call Michael at 573-855-7355
www.greenacresmidmo.com
Tony Brenneke, MPT
1431 Southwest Blvd.
Suite 3 & 4
Jefferson City, MO 65109
(573) 636-9104
2717 Industrial Drive
Foster’s Transmission
& Service
610 Hilda
Auto - Home
Farm - Life
Business
CORNERSTONE CONTRACTING CO.
573-635-5810
SPECIALIZING IN MASONRY REPAIR AND RESTORATION
Tuckpointing, Caulking, Waterproofing
Tim Capps, Owner
636-667-3831 • 573-619-4299
[email protected]
ECOWATER SYSTEMS
®
JEAGER LAWN CARE
509 Enterprise Dr. • Jefferson City, MO 65109
PH. 573-893-2325
“Your Full Service Plumbing Company
in Mid Missouri”
(573) 619-5730
Licensed and Insured
Immaculate Conception Parishioner
573-636-2424
100 St. Mary’s Medical Plaza
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Mowing • Leaf Cleanup • Landscaping • Overseeding
Retaining Walls • Powerwashing
and Gutter Cleaning
(573) 761-7000
680-3481
Licensed & Insured
Serving our Catholic
faith and traditions
as the only
Catholic-owned
funeral service in
Jefferson City.
Andy Wilbers Plumbing
www.ecowater.com • 636-3800
Parishioner
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
www.cstone-masonryrepair.com
Complete Water Treatment
Joel & Pam Mietzner - Owners
634-2558
TYLER M. WOODS
A MEMBER OF THE SSM HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
Candice Schaefer
Owner/Director
573-893-3242
601 Scott Station, Jefferson City, MO 65109
SANDS CLEANING SERVICES LLC
Associated
Real Estate
Basic/Deep cleaning (mopping, sweeping,
dusting, carpets, floors, windows).
Some Maintenance
Free Estimates • 24 Hour Services
Licensed and Insured
573-632-8507
Alan Mudd
www.AlanMudd.com
635-6881
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