Light of the World - St. Anne`s School, Wabasso

Light of the
Pregnancy Care Numbers:
Care Net 800-395-4357
Birthline 800-786-0200
Birthright 800-550-4900
Parish Office – Wabasso
Fr. Anthony Hesse - Residence
St. Anne’s School
St. Anne’s Fax
E-mail: [email protected]
St. Mary’s Church
St. Mathias Church
Our Lady of Victory
Our Lady of Victory Fax
On Line Bulletin: , click on links – Area Churches
SUN, MAR 15th:
6:00 p.m. Following Christ Series at St. Anne
MON, MAR 16th: No Mass
6:30 p.m. Education Mtg.
TUE, MAR 17th: 6:00 p.m. at St. Mary + Anthony Guetter
5:00-6:00 p.m. Adoration at St. Mary
WED, MAR 18th: 8:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Victory + Eugene & Richard Estum
10:00 a.m. at Belview + Ruth Kramer
6:15 p.m. Supper at St. Anne
7:00 p.m. Stations at St. Anne
THU, MAR 19th: 8:30 a.m. at St. Anne (School Mass) + Don DeCann
5:30-6:30 p.m. Adoration at St. Mathias
6:30 p.m. at St. Mathias + Fr. Leonard Jenniges
St. Mathias CCW mtg. following Mass
FRI, MAR 20th: 8:00 a.m. at St. Mathias + Kathleen Schilling
Stations of the Cross
Mon: Is 65:17-21/Jn 4:43-54
1:30 p.m. St. Anne’s School
Tue: Ez 47:1-9,12/Jn 5:1-16
7:00 p.m. OLV – Fr. Tony (Soup Supper at 6 p.m.) Wed: Is 49:8-15/Jn 5:17-30
7:00 p.m. St. Mary – Parish
Thur: 2 Sm 7:4-5a,12:14a,16/Rom 4:13
7:00 p.m. St. Mathias – Dc. Mike
16-18,22/Mt 1:16,18-21
SAT, MAR 21st: 5:00 p.m. at St. Mary + Gert & Lawrence Wurscher
Fri: Wis 2:1a,12-22/Jn 7:1-2,10,25-30
7:00 p.m. at St. Mathias for the Area Faith Community
Sat: Jer 11:18-20/Jn 7:40-53
SUN, MAR 22nd: 8:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Victory + Bernard Macht
Sun: Jer 31:31-34/Heb 5:7-9
10:00 a.m. at St. Anne + Mary Jane Salfer (COF)
Jn 12:20-33
Before daily Mass and at 4:30 p.m. before 5 p.m. Mass on Saturday
Welcome!! We are glad you came to join with us in our worship today. We hope that you have
felt God’s love in a new, refreshing way…
From Fr. Tony
As the snow melts and the brown and dirty grass gives
way to the fresh green new life that awaits, so too do we
experience a similar change in our lives as well. The
image of this butterfly reminds us of what not only takes
place in nature but also what should take place in our
hearts. Just like the new life of the monarch butterfly that
springs forth from a dormant cocoon, so too does new life
spring forth with the celebration of Easter.
Jesus suffered a painful death, and for some of us, this
Lent is painful as well (i.e. fasting, praying, and
almsgiving). Although our suffering is nothing compared
to the suffering that he accepted, we too are called to
participate in it. For with death, comes new life. Christ’s
glorious resurrection is a wonderful reminder to us of His
conquering of sin and death, of His great love, and of His
invitation to come to Him with our
suffering and pain. All of us have
experienced suffering at one point in our
lives. Some of us have experienced it
through death of a loved one. Others
experienced suffering through a loss of a job or a struggle
with our current jobs or schoolwork. Others have
experienced suffering within family relationships. While
others experience suffering with changes that take place in
our lives. One example of change, the priests from the
region decided to offer only three reconciliation service in
different parts of our region. Instead of several services
throughout the region, like we had one at St. Anne’s and
Our Lady of Victory, it was decided that we will have only
one for our area (see schedule). However, I will be
offering several individual confessions also. Because we
have only one priest for our area (compared to two last
year), other changes can also be seen on the Holy Triduum
schedule. Our Worship/Spiritual Life Committee will
evaluate and revisit these times and places next year.
Being on the Diocesan Committee on Parishes, I also
see and hear a lot of changes will be happening over the
next couple of months and years (i.e. cutting of Masses,
merging of parishes, combining and sharing job positions,
etc.). Our parishes will experience a lot of pain because it
means change. Sadly, it is another reminder of our priest
shortage and people shortage. That is why we need to
continue to pray for more priests and to evangelize our
faith to get people to come back to Church or to join our
Church. However, with death comes new life, and I pray
that we too may experience new life from these changes.
May God give us the strength to accept suffering, to offer
it to Him, and to receive the new life that He shares with
us. Therefore, when we suffer, may we turn to Christ who
is the Resurrection and the Life.
May You All Have a Blessed Lenten Journey Leading
You to A Joyous Easter! With the Risen Christ’s Love,
Fr. Tony Hesse
Tues. March 17
*5:00 PM – St. Mary
Wed. March 18
*7:00 AM – Our Lady
12:00 PM – St. Mathias
*6:00 PM – St. Anne
Thurs. March 19
*7:30 AM – St. Anne
3:00 PM – Our Lady
*5:30 PM – St. Mathias
7:00 PM – St. Mathias
Fri. March 20
*7:00 AM – St. Mathias
12:30 PM – St. Anne
Sat. March 21
*4:00 PM – St. Mary
Sun. March 22
*7:00 AM – Our Lady
Tues. March 24
12:00 PM – St. Mathias
*5:00 PM – St. Mary
Wed. March 25
*7:00 AM – Our Lady
*6:00 PM – St. Anne
Thurs. March 26
*7:30 AM – St. Anne
12:00 PM – Our Lady
Fri. March 27
*7:00 AM – St. Mathias
12:30 PM – St. Anne
*6:00 PM – St. Mary
Sat. March 28
8:00 AM – St. Mary
*4:00 PM – St. Mary
8:00 PM – St. Mathias
Sun. March 29
*7:00 AM – Our Lady
Mon. March 30
6:00 PM – St. Anne
Tues. March 31
*5:00 PM – St. Mary
7:00 PM – St. Anne
Wed. April 1
*7:00 AM – Our Lady
*6:00 PM – St. Anne
* Indicates that
Confessions will go until
10 minutes before
otherwise, all
confessions will go for
an hour.
Regional Reconciliation
Mar. 15 – 3:00 PM – Springfield
Mar. 22 – 3:00 PM – Sleepy Eye
Mar. 29 – 3:00 PM - Wabasso
Holy Thursday Mass, April 2nd
7:00 PM – St. Anne
with Adoration until 11:00 PM
Good Friday Services, April 3rd
12:00 Noon – Our Lady of Victory
3:00 PM – St. Mary
7:00 PM – St. Anne
Easter Vigil Mass, April 4th
8:15 PM – St. Anne
Easter Sunday Masses, April 8th
7:00 AM – St. Mary
9:00 AM – Our Lady of Victory
11:00 AM – St. Mathias
Whether you are a 4th grader or a 12th
grader, whether you are “newbie” or a
“pro” at serving, this is for all of you. I
will be having rolls and juice after the 9:00
practice and before the 11:00 practice at the particular
churches. Come early or stay late (depending on the
location and times). If you can’t make it to your own
parish time/date, then come to a neighboring parish. If
you have questions, please call me. The dates/times are:
St. Mary, March 28 – 9:00am (doughnuts afterward)
Our Lady of Victory, March 28 – 11:00am (doughnuts
St. Anne St. Mary OLV
St. Mathias
$ 4,722.25 $ 1,544.00 $ 970.00 $ 2,955.00
Children $
44.19 $
3.50 $ 3 .00 $
85.00 $ 61.00 $ 27.00 $ 30.25
“Of all the wonderful gifts that God has given to us,
the gift of His own Son is truly the greatest. How can we
ever thank God for a gift like that? God does not ask us
to sacrifice our own precious firstborn, but He does ask
that we be generous in making some sacrifices for Him.”
“A rich man who gives to the poor does not bestow
alms, but pays a debt.”
St. Ambrose of Milan
“Death: the end of excuses, the beginning of eternity.”
“God loves the world so much and blesses us with the
gift of his son, Jesus. How do you receive and share this
gift of love?”
3/16 Fr. Aaron Johanneck, For all Candidates
Fr. Jeremy Kucera, For Religious Vocations
Fr. Dennis Labat, Dcn. Jacob Niemand
Msg. Eugene Lozinski, Shawn Polman
Fr. Mark Mallak, Tanner Thooft
Fr. Brian Mandel, Troy Timmerman
Fr. Leland Mead, Garrett Ahlers
St. Anne’s School Calendar Cash Drawing
winners: Sponsored by Catholic United Financial
Mar 8: Hayden Altermatt
Mar 9: Brandt Patton
March 2015
Mar 10: Sarah Franta
30 15 15 15 15 15 15
Mar 11: Anita Runck
30 15 15 15 15 15 15
30 15 15 15 15 15 15
Mar 12: Charlotte Salfer
30 15 15 15 15 15 15
30 15 15
Mar 13: Arnie Goblirsch
Mar 14: Delbert Skoblik
Please keep the following dates in mind for some important
event that will be taking place. We encourage you to join
us for these events:
March 15: St. Mary’s Chicken Dinner Mass at 10 a.m.
March 18: Eucharistic Adoration at OLV from 9-9
March 19: St. Mathias CCW Mtg following 6:30 p.m. Mass
March 24: Area Pastoral Council mtg. at OLV
March 26: Chrism Mass in Willmar
April 2-5: Triduum
April 9: St. Anne’s CCW Mtg. following Mass
April 11&12: 1st Communion Weekend
April 18: 7 p.m. Confirmation at St. Anne’s
April 19: Capital Campaign Dinner
Open House Come-and-Go Bridal Shower honouring
Mariah Bierl, daughter of Peter and Susan Bierl, and
bride-to-be of Chad Norberg, will be held Saturday,
March 21, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at St. Mathias
Church Social Hall in Wanda. Everyone welcome!
Bridal Shower on Sat, April 4th at Our Lady of Victory
School Hall from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Bride: Rachel,
daughter of Dennis & Jane Plaetz of Lucan. Groom:
Pat, son of Steve & Barb Lienemann of Morris. Couple
is registered at Target and Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Results are in! St. Anne’s School students raised
$10,680 through the Catholic United Financial Raffle,
exceeding the $8000 goal. The prize drawing will be held
on Thursday, March 19. Thank you and good luck in the
drawing to all those who purchased a ticket. A portion of
these funds will be used to equip classrooms with audio
systems. The top selling students were Emma K. Salfer
and Lainey Plaetz. The 6th grade class sold the most
tickets per student and will enjoy a pizza party sponsored
by the CUF. Thank you again for your continued support.
First Annual Capital Campaign Dinner Planned
Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 19, when the
first annual Capital Campaign Dinner, “Building Together
for God’s Children”, will take place. The purpose of the
campaign is to raise funds for capital expenditures relating
to school building maintenance and improvements. Three
improvements have been targeted: building accessibility
improvements, bathroom renovations, and re-tuckpointing of exterior masonry.
“Wild, Wild West” is the theme so shine up your boots
and buckles, saddle on up and ride out for a rootin’tootin’ good time. A prime rib dinner with all the fixin’s
will be served alongside a little hootin’ and hollerin’
entertainment, followed by both a silent and live auction.
The roundup will be held at the Wabasso Community
Center with social hour beginning at 5:30 pm. Tickets can
be purchased for $75 per person by givin’ us a holler at the
school office - 507-342-5389. If you are not able to attend
but are interested in supporting our cause, consider making
a contribution to the silent or live auction. St. Anne’s has
nurtured thousands of children in their faith and academics
throughout the years. Through this annual campaign, we
hope to ensure that thousands more may have the
opportunity to “Enter to learn Christ, and Exit to serve
God bless, Mary Franta, Principal
Come and support the Catholic Heart Work Camp
participants. They will be serving a free will supper at
St. Anne's each Wed. at 6:15 p.m. during Lent before
Stations of the Cross which will be at 7 p.m. This weeks'
menu will be Soup.
First Communion meeting for parents and students
will be on Sunday, March 15 at 1:00 in the St. Anne's
school meeting room.
Matthew Kelly, well known Catholic speaker, will
be in Marshall on June 7 from 4-8 pm. Matthew Kelly is
the author of many books including Rediscover
Catholicism and The Four Signs of a Dynamic
Catholic. We've also had several CD's available in the
Lighthouse collections that are in the back of each parish
which some of you may have listened to. Matthew Kelly
is also one of the authors of the confirmation program,
Decision Point, which is being used in our cluster and the
speaker in the DVD used at the First Reconciliation
meeting. Tickets are $39 and are now available at If you are interested in buying
tickets, but don't do the internet thing, contact Sherry
Plaetz and she'll help you.
Please remember the military and families
and the sick in your prayers.
Military: Tyler Derickson, Kyle Hillenbrand, Adam
Jenniges, Jeremy Jenniges, Luke Jensen, Noel (Plaetz)
Kubat, Zachery Miller, Cameron Pohlen, Gabrielle
Rohlik, James Ryer, Jeff Salfer, Eric & Jen Schueller,
DeeAnn (Guetter) Stalvey, Cody Stoltenburg, Christopher
M. Valentine, Dana Vollmer.
Guidelines for Praying for the Sick – A) Names are
placed on the prayer list for three weeks. B) Names can be
listed as often as one wishes but the request must be
renewed each time by calling the office 342-5190.
Week 1: Richard Berg, (2) Special Intentions, Marcella Plaetz
Week 2: Special Intention, Robert Fischer, Mike Rohlik,
Eugene Boerboom & Delbert Whitmire
Week 3: Molly Fischer, Marcene King, Jackie Schlenner,
Special Intention, Roger Wall, Marcia Knott
Rose VanHecke birthday is March 25. Her address is:
1205 6th St. W., Shakopee, MN 55379
CCW News for Lent: Take the Journey of Love
The Heart of Love. Make a list of at least ten people
whom you will pray for daily. Include your friends, your
enemies, those you don’t like. Forgive them if they have
wronged you, and ask forgiveness if you have wronged
Please consider making the 2015 Spring 40 Days For
Life Campaign from Feb. 18 through March 29, 2015 a
part of your Lenten experience. The 40 Days For Life
Campaign is firmly rooted on a foundation of prayer and
fasting. We fervently believe that prayer and fasting will
end abortion and your prayers will be very much needed
and appreciated.
With each campaign, God continues to answer our
prayers by saving babies and closing abortion facilities.
Since 40 Days For Life Campaigns began in 2007, 9699
babies have been saved from abortion, 107 abortion
workers have quit, and 60 abortion facilities have closed.
Locations in MN to pray outside of an abortion facility
during this Spring campaign are in Robbinsdale, Rochester
and St. Cloud, and in SD, Sioux Falls.
Please go to for more information
and daily devotionals during the spring campaign or if
interested in attending a prayer vigil outside an abortion
facility, please contact Melanie Schumacher at 507-4304827. Thank you.
AFC Reverence for Life Melanie Schumacher
Open House 90th Birthday Celebration for Aggie
Hoffmann will be on Saturday, March 21 from 3-5 p.m. at
St. John’s Lutheran Home Chapel, Springfield. Aggie
taught at St. Anne’s for many years. Come and help her
WAFER the local Food Shelf is participating in the
MN FoodShare March Campaign a program of the Greater
Minneapolis Council of Churches to fight hunger. We are
asking congregations in this area to join in the effort
around the theme “Be the Hero, Fight Hunger.”
Donations of cash can be mailed to WAFER, P.O. Box 63,
Wabasso, MN 56293. Food donations can be taken to the
food shelf when it is open or there may be a box in the
back of your church to deposit nonperishable food. The
food shelf is open every Thursday morning from 9:3011:30 a.m. and the first Thursday of the month from 5:00
to 7:00 p.m.
San Lucas Fundraiser: The St. John Paul II Area
Faith Mission Group invites you to their annual Wine
Tasting, Dinner and Silent Auction on Saturday, March 21
at the Crow River Winery east of Hutchinson. This year
we will be serving a Greek Dinner. Tickets are $40.00
each and includes appetizers, Greek Dinner, and six wine
samples. All proceeds will go to benefit our Mission in
San Lucas, Toliman, Guatemala. If you would like to
purchase tickets, please contact Gerald Kucera at 320-3272441.
Redwood Area Hospital Hospice Spring Lunch &
Table Show will be on Sat., March 21 at Gloria Dei
Lutheran Church, Redwood Falls. Table Tours at 10:30
a.m. with Lunch at 11:30 a.m. Host a table: each table
host decorates a table for four to eight guests in any theme
that you choose! Share your creativity with our guests!
You will be provided tickets to sell for your table for $15
each. Guests will tour the fabulously decorated tables and
enjoy a delicious meal. For more information contact:
Karen Melges at 507-637-4668
Lucan Lions invite everyone to their Annual
Scrambled Egg & Ham Breakfast on Sunday, March 22
serving from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the Lucan Community
Center. Proceeds will go to Project New Hop for Veterans
and community projects.
You can bring any unwanted shoes (used or
new) to the breakfast – the Lions are collecting
the shoes for the ‘Soles for Souls’ Program,
a program that employs physically and mentally
challenged individuals to repair the shoes to be given to
the poor in undeveloped areas.
St. Michael’s parish in Morgan will be having a CUF
Matching Grant Rummage Sale and Lunch on Friday,
March 20 from 9 AM to 6 PM and Saturday, March 21
from 8 AM to 1PM, bag sale starts at 10 AM. Our social
hall is handicap accessible.
Sunday March 22, 11:00 a.m., St. Joseph's Oratory of
Clements will be having 9th annual Feast Day Mass
All are welcome!
Sunday March 22, The Sons of the American Legion
will be having a Pancake breakfast at the Clements Legion
Hall from 9 am to 1 pm.
St. Mary’s, Tracy Parish Dinner will be on Sunday,
March 22 serving from 11-1 in the Parish Hall. Menu
includes roast beef, roast pork, mashed potatoes & gravy,
geen bean and etc. at a cost of $9/adult and $4/K-6.
Vesta Fireman's Relief Association Pork Chop Feed
will be on Saturday, March 28th serving from 5-8 p.m. at
the Vesta Community Hall. Pork Chop meal is $10 and
Hot Dog meal is $5. Everyone Welcome.
MINISTERS AT THE ALTAR – Sat, March 22 at 10:00 a.m.
Madison Guetter, Genna & Tanner Rothmeier
John VanLoy Extra. Min: Arnie Goblirsch, John VanLoy, Jane & Brent Imker, Sue Andersen
School Mass March 19: Mary Franta, Penny Wall, Sue Andersen, Angie Dudgeon, Kathy Wall
Mary Franta Song Leader: Vickie Daub
Home Com
Lawrence & Leslie Guetter
Money Count Cyrilla & Pat
Money Depositors Joyce & Sue
Driver Fischer
Don Guetter & Sue Andersen
Church Care March 20: Bob & Roxy Boerboom, Casey Jo & Bailey Boerboom
March 27: Sara Burns, Chuck Daub, Jerry & Cheri Dallmann
COF Court #1176 All Catholic Order of Foresters of St. Joseph Court #1176 and their families are
invited to attend the Palm Sunday Mass on March 29 at 10 a.m. and join in the procession into Church.
You are all invited to attend the luncheon which will be served after Mass in the Church Social Hall. This
is for all members and their families at no charge and no RSVP. Just come and enjoy fraternalism.
 FACT OR FICTION? Every woman who belongs to St. Anne’s Church is a member of St. Anne’s
CCW? This is a fact! Yes, ladies, every one of you is a member of the CCW. There is no “I’ll let you
know when I want to join” clause in the By Laws. You automatically become a member of the CCW
when you become a member of the parish. So what’s the big deal? Well, the CCW participates in
charitable projects to help others: Mission of Love, Scholarship Bake Sale, Share the Spirit, serve funeral
dinners, Mission lunch, quilts for the needy and scholarships for local members to name a few.
If you as a member cannot give your time to help with any of these acts of charity, then perhaps you
can give your $15 yearly membership dues. We are not asking for much, but we cannot be viable if we
don’t have income! So far, only 33% of our members have paid their dues. In comparison our Honorary
members have paid 63% of their dues. St. Anne’s CCW is challenging you to get your dues paid and
match our Honorary members percentage. Thank You
 Mission Quilting will be on Tuesday mornings. Your help is appreciated!!
MINISTERS AT THE ALTAR – Saturday, March 21 at 5:00 p.m.
Logan Wagner, McKenna Rohlik, Halle Huhnerkoch
Ann Goche
Extra. Min: Maureen Bernardy, Traci Bernardy, Sue Rohlik, Sue Huhnerkoch
Mark Bliss
Home Com none
Church Care March 21: Traci Bernardy, Carrie Bliss, JoAnn Dolan
Missing a large orange drinking cooler. Needed for the Chicken Dinner. Please return to Church Hall.
St Mary’s parish members: It is time to remember our 2015 “Shepherd of the Field”, Rev. William H.
Bowles. His address is: Rev. William H. Bowles St John the Baptist Church, 4595 Bayview Dr., Fort
Lauderdale FL 33308- 5330
Mission Quilting will be on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Bring sack lunch for noon. Come all or part of the day.
Quilt tops are available for sewing on corner stand in Kumfert Hall
ST. MARY’S SPRING CHURCH CLEANING March 19th, 20th, and 21st 2015
Thursday, March 19 , 2015
1:00 p.m.
Sweep body of church, entryways, wipe kneelers with damp cloth: Connie Johanneck, Monica Rohlik
3:00 p.m.
Scrub church, choir, and entryway: (wash w/water, vinegar: then rinse with water)
Chris Rohlik, Sue Rohlik, Joleen Irlbeck, Jaye Turbes, Chris Turbes
5:30 p.m.
Kitchen-clean stoves, cupboards, drawers, fridge, shelves, check walls, overhead pipes and windows.
Jolene Steffl, Jennifer Welch, Deb Rohlik, Julie Kramer, Michelle Rohlik, Sue Huhnerkoch, Kathy Rohlik,
Tracy Pistulka, Linda Guetter, Clara Irlbeck
5:30 p.m.
Sacristy & Sanctuary – also west sanctuary entryway, clean & wax cabinets, servers closet, reconciliation room clean
canopy, main & side alters, tabernacle, alter carpet.
Gina McKeown, Carrie Bliss, Jessica Rohlik, Karen Maertens , Mary Morgan
7:30 p.m.
Furnace room-take down tables & chairs (put in kitchen), wipe down pipes sweep off top of furnace, sweep and scrub
floor-rinse with hose.
Neal Rohlik, Gary Rohlik, Dallas Dolan, Anthony Parisek, Herb Froehlich, Curt Pistulka
8:00 p.m.
Wipe down overhead pipes in basement, clean paneling, dust cobwebs, sweep basement floor, basement windows-inside.
Jeff Rohlik, Bruce Rohlik, Andrew Turbes, Mark Liebl, Charlie Rohlik, Mark Bliss
Friday, March 20th, 2015
5:30 p.m.
Basement scrubbing (Wash w/water, vinegar; then rinse with water)
Brian Maertens, Travis Welch, Corey Jenniges, Scott Bernardy, Kevin Kramer, Ryan Kramer
5:30 p.m.
Windows, inside and out, stations, doors, organ & behind, nursery windows, carpet, dust entryway, tables, magazine racks.
Lori Iverson, Lisa Schunk, Tessa Parisek, Shannon Marotzke, Rhonda Froehlich, Megan Irlbeck
Saturday, March 21st, 2015
10:30 a.m.
Set-up the tables and chairs in basement (after basement is dry)
Tony Kramer, Jeremy Dolan, Ben Guetter, Paul Iverson, Scott Huhnerkoch, Cletus Rohlik, Brandon Irlbeck
Wash front and back steps: Traci Bernardy
Bathrooms-wipe down walls, overhead pipes, clean fixtures, scrub floors. Val Wagner
Kitchen- scrub floor (at your convenience, after tables & chairs are removed out of the kitchen) Ann Goche
Large storage room and small Storage room – clean and organize (at your convenience) JoAnn Dolan, Jessica Dolan
The first name on each group of workers in bold is to call everyone else in the same group to remind them of the
time they are to clean.
***Please be on time. If you can’t work your appointed time please get a substitute or exchange with someone. There is a sub list in the back of church or
there are teens that would be willing to work for you. CCW has set a price at $20.00 for hiring a substitute for general cleaning. Your spouse may clean for
you. If you are unable to work at your scheduled time, you may clean on your own time and leave a note as to what you have cleaned.
*** Bring your own pails, rags, and ladders, etc. ***If you come early to do your job please let the other workers know.
*** Snow dates are March 26th, 27th, and 28th
Thank you very much for your time and effort. Remember what you do for the Church, you do for Jesus.
MINISTERS AT THE ALTAR – Sat, March 21 at 7:00 p.m.
Theo Berg, Cody Dudgeon, Stephanie Dudgeon
Angie Dudgeon Extra. Min: Art & Dawn Rohlik, Melody Altermatt, Kevin Jenniges, Kelly Klann
Paul Juenemann, Steve Juenemann
Greeters/Gift Steve Janell Frank
Church Care Steve Janell Frank
Snow Shoveling Roger Frericks, Jason Garman, Chad Hertling
The annual Prolife Raffle will be April 19th. Please let Cindy Moldan [507-752-7588] or Ann Schilling
[507-342-5735] know if you are able to donate an item for the raffle ticket. Please call by March 18th.
Thank you for your generosity.
 “Thanks” for those that helped on the Soup and Sandwich Luncheon. We sent money to San Lucas
Missions. Special thanks for the donations – much appreciated. Kathy
 Mission Sewing will be on Monday, March 16 at 1 p.m. Everyone welcome.
 We still need a parish representative from St. Mathias for the Area Faith Community picture directory.
If you can help, contact Carrie Bliss.
MINISTERS AT THE ALTAR – Sun, March 22 at 8:00 a.m.
Zach Turbes, Meghan Bernardy, Jacob Plaetz
Ray Thull Extra. Min: Mike & Annette Rohlik, Bob & Rindy Filzen, Dawn Bernardy
Terry Ourada Family
Church Care Chr. Jane Plaetz, Kathy Plaetz, Amy Rasmussen, Frances Swedzinski
Eucharistic Adoration at OLV from 9-9 on Wednesday, March 18
Soup Supper on March 20 at OLV Hall starting at 6:00 p.m. Station to follower at 7:00 p.m. Proceeds
for the Rice Bowl.
 Ladies if you are 65 and want to be taken off the circle list, contact Annette. Dues for 2015 are $25 and
$10 for Star members and those on the Funeral Committee.
 Quilting will begin on Tuesdays at 1 p.m.
March 2015
1 Masses
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m. St. Anne
2 No Mass
3 Mass
6 p.m. St. Mary
5-6 p.m.
Mtg at St. Mary
4 Masses
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m. Golden
6 p.m. Youth
St. Anne
Supper 6:15 &
Stations at 7
5 Mass
8:30 a.m. St. Anne
School Mass
8 Masses
Daylight Saving
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m. St. Anne
9 No Mass
7 p.m.
10 Mass
6 p.m. St. Mary
5-6 p.m.
Mtg at OLV
11 Masses
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m.
St. Anne
Supper 6:15 &
Stations at 7
12 Mass
8:30 a.m. St. Anne
School Mass
15 Masses
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m. St. Mary
St. Mary’s Chicken
1 p.m. 1st
Communion Mtg at
St. Anne
16 No Mass
6:30 p.m.
17 Mass
6 p.m. St. Mary
5-6 p.m.
18 Masses
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m.
St. Anne
Supper 6:15 &
Stations at 7
22 Masses
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m. St. Anne
23 No Mass
29 Palm Sunday
following all
Masses for 1 hr.
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m. St. Anne
Reconciliation for
30 No Mass
8 a.m. St. Mathias
Benediction 11:15
1:30 St. Anne
7 p.m. OLV – Dc
7 p.m. St. Mathias
– Par
7 p.m. St. Mary –
13 Mass
8 a.m. St. Mathias
1:30 St. Anne
7 p.m. OLV - Par
7 p.m. St. Mathias Fr
7 p.m. St. Mary Dc
7 Masses
5 p.m. St. Mary
7 p.m. St. Mathias
Wedding: Guetter
& Brand at St.
19 Mass
8:30 a.m. St. Anne
School Mass
5:30 p.m. Adoration
6:30 p.m. St.
CCW mtg.
20 Mass
8 a.m. St. Mathias
1:30 St. Anne
7 p.m. OLV - Fr
7 p.m. St. Mathias Dc
7 p.m. St. Mary –
21 Masses
5 p.m. St. Mary
7 p.m. St. Mathias
14 Masses
5 p.m. St. Anne
7 p.m. St. Mathias
24 Mass
6 p.m. St. Mary
5-6 p.m.
7 p.m. APC Mtg
at OLV
25 Masses
8 a.m. OLV
St. Anne
Supper 6:15 &
Stations at 7
26 Mass
8:30 a.m. St. Anne
School Mass
7:00 p.m. Chrism
Mass at Willmar
27 Mass
8 a.m. St. Mathias
1:30 St. Anne
7 p.m. OLV - Dc
7 p.m. St. Mathias Par
7 p.m. St. Mary Fr
28 Masses
following all
Masses for 1 hr.
5 p.m. St. Mary
7 p.m. St. Mathias
31 Mass
6 p.m. St. Mary
5-6 p.m.
1 Mass
8 a.m. OLV
10 a.m. Golden
St. Anne
Supper 6:15 &
Stations at 7
2 Holy Thursday
7 p.m. St. Anne
3 Good Friday
12p.m. OLV
3 p.m. St. Mary
7 p.m. St. Anne
4 Holy Saturday
8:15 p.m. St. Anne