5th Sunday In Ordinary Time

Parish Office.................................................715-381-5120
School..............................................715-386-3941, Opt. #1
Faith Formation.............................715-386-3941, Opt. #2
Fax.................................................................715-381-5125
[email protected]org
Web Address...........................www.stpatrickofhudson.org
STAFF
1500 VINE STREET, HUDSON, WI 54016
FEBRUARY 8, 2015
Pastor: Fr. John Gerritts......................715-381-5120, x106
Associate Pastor: Fr. Patrick McConnell
..............................................................715-381-5120, x102
Deacon Gregg Miller.....................................715-386-3957
Deacon Howard Cameron..............................715-381-1861
Principal: Dan Bell.................................715-386-3941, x0
Faith Formation Director: Larry Huiras
.....................................................715-386-3941, opt. #2, x9
Coordinator of Youth Activities: Tricia Pieper................
[email protected]center.org
Liturgist: Terry Bogenhagen...............715-381-5120 x 104
Secretary/Cemetery: Ellen O’Brien....715-381-5120 x101
Finance Director: Barbara Kaiser.......715-381-5120 x103
Maintenance: Mark James............................715-386-3941
Pastoral Council Chair: Nini Milbrath........715-386-3518
Finance Council Chair: Brian Huffman......715-426-0220
Parish Trustees:
Sam Cari.........................................................715-549-6424
Claire Zajac....................................................715-426-0220
SACRAMENTS
Baptism: Please attend a class offered on the second
Tuesday (February 10) of each month at 6:30 PM in the
Music Room. No need to register for the class, just show
up. Please contact Ellen if you have any questions.
5th Sunday
In Ordinary Time
He told them, "Let us go on to the nearby villages
that I may preach there also. For this purpose
have I come." So he went into their synagogues,
preaching and driving out demons throughout
the whole of Galilee. - Mk 1:38-39
Marriage: Please make arrangements for marriage prep at
least six months before the wedding. Please contact
Fr. John Gerritts.
Reconciliation: Saturdays at 10:00 AM
Pastoral Visit: Please contact Fr. John Gerritts or
Fr. Patrick McConnell if you or a loved one is sick,
hospitalized or homebound.
NEW PARISHIONERS
PRAYER LIST
Please pray for: Steve Bates, Paul Blazel, Barb Breault,
Maxine Erker, Marlene Feucht, Alexander Giffen, Lora
Gray, Margaret Hauptmann, Harold Kaiser, James King,
Pat King, Don McGinley, Ron Miller, Bridget Olson,
Gerald Olson, Ethan Richmond, James Rogers, Steven
Smith, Carolyn Sperry and Sister Jane Winkler.
To be added or removed, please contact Ellen O’Brien at 715-381-5120,
x101.
We welcome all who have moved into our community and
are celebrating our weekend liturgy with us today. We
encourage you to register as members of our parish.
Please begin the registration process by going online to
www.stpatrickofhudson.org, stop in the Parish Office
during the week, or on the third Sunday (February 15)
after the 9:00 and 11:00 AM Masses.
ST. PATRICK CHURCH, HUDSON, WI
MASSES
Saturday, February 7
5:00 PM
! Margaret Schweizer.......................
John & Georgine Moelter
Sunday, February 8
7:00 AM
For the People of the Parish
9:00 AM
! Mary Hoel.......................................
Cathy Lange
11:00 AM
In Honor of Brian Schmidtknecht....
Schmidtknecht Family
Monday, February 9
8:00 AM
! Amanda Granger
Tuesday, February 10 St. Scholastica
8:00 AM
! Daryl Bjornstad..............................
Deanna & Family
Wednesday, February 11
8:00 AM
! Marty O’Connell............................
Joe & Barbara Smrdel
10:00 AM
(CCH) ! Marcella Lewis.......................
Earl & Carol Fox
February 14/15
READERS / COMMENTATORS
5:00 PM
7:00 AM
Thursday, February 12
8:00 AM
! Mary Marzolf.................................
Mike & Sue Finke
(Red Cedar Canyon)! Helen Wilinski........
10:30 AM
Victoria Novak
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
Friday, February 13
8:00 AM
(Church) ! Sally Van Allen....................
Family
9:00 AM
(School) In Honor of Mrs. Zweilhofer..
Schmidtknecht Family
Michael Leonard & Tom Still / Carol
Keller
Mary Jo Harden & Mike Reisdorf /
Julie Kaul
Lanida Bauer & Sam Cari / Pam
Carlson
Barbara Gagliardi & Rebecca Reams /
Nathan Oliver
GREETERS
5:00 PM
7:00 AM
9:00 AM
Saturday, February 14 Sts. Cyril & Methoduius
10:00 AM
Confessions
5:00 PM
! Marjorie & Charles Gavin............
Family
11:00 AM
Sunday, February 15
7:00 AM
For the People of the Parish
9:00 AM
Seminarian Sam Schneider...............
Vocation Committee
11:00 AM
! Edward Fenwick............................
Gary & Ruth Burns
Sylvia Emery, Dave & Leigh Weiss,
John & Deidre Worrell
Vicki Denning, Roy Rudy,
Volunteered Needed
Larry & Pam LaPean, Margaret
McIntyre, Nick & Amy Schneider
Sean Denning, Carla Garrett, Laura
Obenauf
SERVERS
5:00 PM
7:00 AM
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
Alex Still, Corey Feyereisen, Sam
Landry
3 Volunteers Needed
Rita Bauer, Spencer & Maxwell
Krueger
Joseph Gagliardi, Shane Dietzmann,
Jordan German
A LOOK AHEAD
MUSIC MINISTRY
Mass times:
5:00 PM
7:00 AM
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
6:30 AM
10:00 AM
6:30 PM
2
Dominic Mitchell / Ann Mitchell
Terry Bogenhagen / Kari Weiss
Latria
Praise Company
5TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
CHURCH SUPPORT
encourage those individuals who have accepted the call to
Consecrated Life to live that life with passion, and for all to
embrace the future with hope.
Adult Envelopes .................................................$12,628.13
Loose Offertory.......................................................$563.92
Building Debt Reduction .....................................$3,266.50
Youth ..........................................................................$6.70
Utilities......................................................................$30.00
Total ..................................................................$16,495.25
Additionally as the Holy
Father now calls us to
dedicate a year to
Consecrated Life, it is
fitting that this year we
celebrate the 50th
Anniversary of the
Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, or “Lumen Gentium”.
This is the document from the Second Vatican Council that
addresses Religious Life. It is particularly appropriate for us
in Hudson to recognize this celebration because it is less than a
year ago that we celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the arrival
of the Carmelite Sisters in Hudson. We are grateful for their
presence in our community, their witness to living out the
Gospel in a particular way, and the prayerful ministry they
offer. This coming April they will also be hosting the final
profession of vows with Sister Patricia Erickson of the
Carmelites.
WeShare ............................................ $1,102.00
WEDDING BANNS
I Andrew Katz & Megan Ryan
MEMORIAL
IN MEMORY OF: Jo Moelter by Thomas and Wendy
Demma.
A THANK YOU
I want to thank all of you who gave me cards, gifts or
invitations this Christmas.
We are also blessed to have Sister Margaret Lamberty living
and serving in our community. Sister Margaret continues to be
a great witness to the students she serves at our school and the
staff with whom she works. Moreover we remember with
great fondness the Sisters who have served our community in
the past, including the Sisters of Saint Agnes who taught in our
school, and Sister Mary Mattern, Sister Marybeth Wilhelm,
Sister Dalene Kube, Sister Bernadette Kalscheur, and Sister
Yvonne Roscoe, all of whom served our parish in varied roles,
but all substantial and impactful in her own way. With
gratitude for the service many committed to Consecrated Life
have given our community, to assist those currently serving in
maintaining the passion in the present time, and to keep hope
alive for the future, we continue each week to offer our
Diocesan Vocation Prayer, praying that the Lord will continue
to bless us with servant people willing to commit themselves
to the Consecrated Life.
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Save the date!
The fifteenth annual Saint
Patrick School Gala will be
held on April 11, 2015! We'll
be celebrating the fifteenth
anniversary of our school gala
and the one-hundred and
fortieth anniversary of
Catholic education in
Hudson!
Finally, included in the bulletin this week is a summary of our
financials for the past six months. Our parish operates on a
fiscal year that runs from July 1 to June 30. As part of our
commitment to be transparent we have included a summary of
our financials for your review as an insert in the bulletin, and it
is also available online on our website. As you will notice by
the report, the good news continues to be that we are paying
down our mortgage. However, as explained previously by a
member of our Finance Council when they spoke at each of
the Masses, the greatest challenge we face is an unexpected
decrease in collections. This began at the time of our capital
campaign and continues. If it persists we will need to begin
looking at our options to maintain a healthy cash flow, such as
slowing the rate at which we are paying off our mortgage.
More details will be coming
every week!
A MESSAGE FROM FR. JOHN
Beginning with the First Sunday of Advent on November 30,
in the Church we began a year dedicated to Consecrated Life.
This dedicated year will run until the Feast of the Presentation
of the Lord on February 2, 2016. In an opening message this
year, Pope Francis explained that the purpose of devoting a
year to Consecrated Life is so that we may look back on the
past with gratitude for the significant contributions made by
women and men. These include Sisters, Brothers, and Priests
who have committed themselves to live religious vows – to
both the Church and the world – and in the present time, to
If you would like to review a complete set of our financial
statements, we simply ask that you make an appointment with
our Finance Director Barbara Kaiser.
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FEBRUARY 8, 2015
SAVE THE DATES: Saint Patrick Parish Lenten Speaker
Series with Jackie Witter: Mondays: March 2 and
March 9.
LADIES OF THE PARISH...
Please join CCW (Council of Catholic Women) at 6:30 PM
on Tuesday, February 10th for our general meeting.
Agenda items include Pax Christi nominations and planning
for a Sunday Brunch in March. Desserts will be provided,
you may bring something to share if you wish. We meet in
the Social Hall -- hope you'll join us!
Dr. Jackie Witter will elaborate on the teaching of Pope
Francis to prepare us for Lent and Easter.
2015-2016
SAINT PATRICK SCHOOL OPEN
HOUSE REGISTRATION AND
SOUP AND PIE SOCIAL
PAX CHRISITI
Albert Cardinal Meyer – Bishop of Superior, initiated the
“Pax Christi Medal” which means Peace of Christ. This
award is to recognize the devout, hard working Christian
women within our parishes. It is truly an honor to nominate
these deserving women who live their faith as an example
for us all.
Your family is invited to attend our
2015-2016 Open House Registration
Kick-Off and Soup and Pie Social on
Sunday, February 8th (today) from 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM.
A Preschool and Kindergarten Orientation and Registration
will be held from 2:00 - 3:00 PM. Our school will be open
for tours; Elementary families, we especially encourage you
to tour the Middle School wing at this time. Saint Patrick
School offers a rigorous academic and faith-based
education. Please take this opportunity to visit with the
faculty to learn more.
There is a box in the outer office marked Pax Christi.
Please fill out a paper nominating a woman from our parish
who you believe would be a good candidate.
Please include a brief summary of why she would be a good
candidate.
Due date is March 1, 2015.
Following your tour, join us for our Soup and Pie Social, a
tradition not to miss. Whether you are a new family
looking to meet new friends, or old friends looking to
gather for a delicious lunch together, our Open House will
remind you why Saint Patrick School is your home. For
further information on any of our programs from Preschool
(3 years) to Eighth grade, please contact our principal, Mr.
Dan Bell, at 715-386-3941.
KIDSCARE – PARENTS NIGHT OUT
Do you need an evening out to relax or just spend some
quality time with your spouse? Do you want to have that
special Valentine’s dinner with that special someone but
you feel guilty leaving your kid(s) behind while you have
fun. Problem solved, SIGN-UP for our KidsCare-Parents
Night Out. The High School Mission Trip Team is hosting
a KidsCare evening on Saturday, February 14th from 5:30
– 9:30 PM at Saint Patrick School. There will be arts and
crafts, games and activities for the kids lead by the Team.
Children two years old and up are encouraged to come and
have a fun time with these teens. The fee is $5.00 per child
per hour and all monies go toward the Mission Trip costs
for the group. Sign-up after all Masses the weekend of
February 7th and 8th or email Tricia Pieper at
[email protected]
God Is Calling You to a Deeper Relationship with Him? If
we consider that God is the Divine Bridegroom and the
Church is his Bride, then the prophets can be seen as
“spiritual marriage counselors.”
They afflict the
comfortable and comfort the afflicted, calling us to return to
our covenant relationship with God. They urge us to
repentance, warn us of the dangers of sin, and announce the
blessings of faithfulness. Their prophetic words speak to us
even today, as they draw us closer to our heavenly
Bridegroom. Saint Patrick Parish will begin a 10 week
study, “The Prophets: Messengers of God’s Mercy” on
Thursday, February 19 at 6:00 – 7:30 PM in the Knights
of Columbus room. To register, please contact Ellen
O’Brien at 715-381-5120 x-101 or e-mail:
[email protected]
“OREMUS”
A CATHOLIC PRAYER STUDY PROGRAM
This eight week study during Lent will be offered on
Thursday mornings from 9:15 to 11:15 AM at Saint Patrick
Parish. It will teach the essentials of a fruitful prayer life.
Classes will be held in the K of C room beginning on
February 19th and ending on April 9th. The program
includes a workbook for reflection and prayer, DVD
lectures by Fr. Mark Toups and small discussion groups.
This study is an excellent opportunity to deepen your
relationship and your conversation with God.
To register call Shirley Carlson at 715-377-7579.
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CARING AND SHARING HANDS
Faith Formation at Saint Patrick
It is Saint Patrick Parish turn to serve breakfast Tuesday,
February 10, to the homeless and others in need at Sharing
and Caring Hands in Minneapolis. If you would like to
volunteer, we leave from Saint Patrick lower parking lot at
8:15 AM and return to the church by noon. If you have any
questions, call Terry B. at 715-386-5197.
With all the excitement around Catholic
Schools Week, it is sometimes easy to
forget the Initial Faith Formation
process at Saint Patrick and the 500
students enrolled in it.
This process is almost entirely
dependant on the support and volunteer
spirit of the parish. If people joyfully
answer the call to serve as catechists then even the worst
curriculum comes alive for our young disciples. If no one
answers the call then even the best curriculum in the world
will do nothing.
ATTEND PRO-LIFE RALLY
The Knights of Columbus, St. Croix Council 1762 along
with parishioners from Saint Patrick Parish and Saint
Dominic Church in Frederic participated in a pro-life rally
at the Minnesota State Capitol. The rally began with a
Prayer Service for Life at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. From
there thousands marched to the Minnesota State Capitol.
The annual Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL)
March for Life commemorates the millions of lives lost to
abortion. The 41st annual MCCL March for Life marked
the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's January 22,
1973, Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions. Pictured
are Fr. Patrick McConnell along with some of the Knights
and parishioners that participated in the rally.
It takes a little over 95 catechists to staff the current Initial
Faith Formation offerings. High School alone needs 42
catechists to teach courses and host small faith groups.
This year we have been scraping by, particularly in finding
subject instructors with our new high school courses. It is
our hope that making the commitment 6 weeks long and
giving instructors flexibility would result in many new and
accomplished catechists.
OUR Wish list . . .
! Subject Catechists to lead the
instruction of high school students
in a particular faith topic. We are
currently looking for catechists for the following subjects
for this Spring (March/April):
Scripture: we are looking for two individual
catechists who have a passion for learning
about sacred scripture and sharing that passion
with young people.
Vocation/Sexuality: we are looking for a young
couple or two to share the process of discerning
God’s call to holiness and the joy of authentic
love with young people.
Faith Formation New Office Hours
Beginning February 1, the Faith Formation Office
will be staffed Tuesday thru Friday.
! A part-time Coordinator of Children’s Ministry to
oversee the Faith Formation program for children on
Wednesday evenings (grades K-5), and development
of a comprehensive program for children on Sunday
mornings, including Children’s Liturgy of the Word.
Our Office hours from September to May are:
• Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:00 - 3:00 PM.
• Wednesdays
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:00 - 7:40 PM.
For more information about these exciting opportunities, call
Larry in the Formation Office 715-386-3941, opt. 2, ext 9.
As always we are available outside office hours
by appointment.
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SOCIAL CONCERNS CORNER
HUDSON BACKPACK PROGRAM
CHILDREN’S MINISTRY POSITION
Saint Patrick Parish seeks to hire a person responsible for
Children’s Ministry. This will be a part-time position,
generally about 15 hours per week. This individual will
oversee coordination of the Faith Formation program for
children on Wednesday evenings (through grade 5), and
development of a comprehensive program for children on
Sunday mornings, which includes Children’s Liturgy of the
Word. For more information or to apply for this position,
contact Larry Huiras, Director of Faith Formation at 715386-9209, opt. #2, ext. 9, or [email protected]
Saint Patrick Parish members are in their fourth year of
participating in the food collection for the Hudson Area
Backpack Program. We provide food for River Crest
Elementary and Saint Patrick School. This year we are
providing 35 backpacks of nutritious food for families two
times a month; this is the highest count we have ever had.
In addition to the food donated in the green bags, each filled
backpack has a voucher from County Market for free eggs,
milk, bread, and cheese. Voucher items cost the program
about $1,600 a month. Funds to cover the cost of the
vouchers come from local groups such as the Lions Clubs,
The Hot Air Affair, the Noon and Daybreak Rotaries, and
Pepper Fest. Businesses like Dick’s Bar, American Bank,
Central Bank, the Hudson Hospital, and Kozy Korner also
support the program. The backpack program also receives
funds from churches and individuals - there are no paid
employees in the program; all 42 backpack members are
volunteers.
WEEK AT A GLANCE
Sunday, February 8
Social by Knights of Columbus #1762
Scrip available after the Masses
Coffee for sale after Masses
9:00 AM RCIA
11:00 AM Liturgy of the Word for Children
5:30 PM Light Weigh One King Bible Study
6:30 PM Adult Boy Scout Leaders
Monday, February 9
9:15 AM Bakery and Produce Give Away
6:30 PM Boy Scouts #148
7:00 PM Food Shelf Committee
Tuesday, February 10
8:15 AM Leave for Caring and Sharing Hands
3:30 PM Youth Worship Team at church
6:00 PM Family Rosary
6:30 PM Adult Enrichment Committee
6:30 PM Baptism Class
6:30 PM CCW (Making Valentine Sweets)
7:00 PM Ministry Meeting
Wednesday, February 11
Faith Formation Classes
3:50 PM Children’s Choir Practice at school
Thursday, February 12
1:00 PM CCW Quilters
7:00 PM Praise Company Rehearsal
Friday, February 13
9:00 AM Mass (School Gym)
Saturday, February 14
10:00 AM Confessions (Chapel)
Scrip available after Mass
Sunday, February 15
Scrip available after Masses
9:00 AM RCIA
11:00 AM Liturgy of the Word for Children
5:30 PM Light Weigh One King Bible Study
6:30 PM ADORE - Youth Adoration, Praise & Worship
The Hudson Area Program was begun at EP Rock in 2007
when the school nurse kept hearing comments from
children visiting her office that they had a stomach ache
because of hunger. Three churches, United Methodist
Church, First Presbyterian, and Mt. Zion Lutheran, working
with the school counselor started providing backpacks of
food for these hungry kids. Since then the program has
grown to provide about 162 Backpacks of food sent home
seventeen Fridays during the school year.
The backpacks are sent home on Fridays to help supplement
food needed for the weekend. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
items are included in each backpack. Generous people
from nine local churches pick up a green bag with an
attached menu, shop for the listed items, and then return the
filled bag to their church. Volunteers pack the backpacks
and deliver them to the school with which they work. All
elementary schools, both public and private, participate in
the program. Participants in the program sign up through
their school counselor - volunteers for the program never
have names of who is receiving a backpack. In an effort to
protect the privacy of participants, a variety of generic
backpacks are used, and the children in the program just
stop by the school office or counselor’s office to grab their
bags and head out the door.
Thank you, Saint Patrick members, for your generous
support of this program.
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(In Hudson Hospital)
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Vieregge Construction Co., Inc.
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Coulee Rd.
Hudson, WI
386-9291
131 Carmichael Rd. Ste. 200, Hudson
T: 855-LAPETITE (855-527-3848)
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MANTYLA WELL DRILLING, INC.
Installat • Well Drilling • Pumps
Installation
Abandonment • Repairing
Well A
Authorized Wisconsin Homes Dealer
433 New Century Dr.
Hudson, WI 54016
744 Ryan Drive
Hudson, WI 54016
715-386-9714
www.vccihomes.com
[email protected]
715-386-5400
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1392 St. Croix Tr. N.
Lak
Lakeland, MN 55043-0797
What is your home really Worth?
www.HudsonRealEstateValues.com
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Phone 651-436-7600
Fax 651-436-5106
Marketing Specialist Broker Associate
715-222-2913
Member FDIC
Cosmetic Dentistry
Sedation Dentistry
Teeth Whitening
Complete Family Care
Sara Cody, D.D.S.
James Kertis, D.D.S.
Ryan Tietz, D.D.S.
2351 COULEE RD HUDSON
715-381-1413
Hudson • 715-386-9301
New Richmond • 715-246-6901
Somerset • 715-247-4501
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1601 Maxwell Dr. • Hudson, WI 54016
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