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PALM SUNDAY
MARCH 29, 2015
2801 EAST FOURTH STREET • DULUTH, MINNESOTA 55812
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekday ...... Monday-Friday 7:00 AM
(Except Wednesdays)
School Mass Wed. 9:00 AM
Weekend .............. ….Saturday 4:30 PM
………………..Sunday 8:00 and 10:30 AM
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE
Saturday 10:30-11:30 am or by
appointment.
HOLY ROSARY SCHOOL
Phone ..................................... (218) 724-8565
Principal .......................... Mr. Jesse Murray
Development Director……..Ms. Lee Stubenvoll
FAITH FORMATION
Phone..................................... (218) 728-6985
Kari & Maria Landgren: K-8
Betsy Kneepkens: High School
RCIA (CONVERTS)
Phone..................................... (218) 525-2962
Bob & Sandi Arola
MARRIAGE PREPARATION
Please contact the Parish well in advance.
Interview with Father Muhich or Deacon
Brannan and marriage preparation class
required.
BAPTISM
Please call the parish to make arrangements.
A preparation class is required for the
baptism of a first child.
NURSERY
Nursery service available for the 8AM and
10:30 AM Masses, lower level.
NEW PARISHIONERS
THE MOST REVEREND
PAUL SIRBA
BISHOP
PARISH OFFICE & RECTORY
Phone ..................................... (218) 728-3646
Office Hours…..Mon.-Th. 8:00 AM 4:00 PM
............................. .Fri. 8:00 AM-1:00 PM
Email..... [email protected] gmail.com
PARISH STAFF
Rector ................................ Fr. Peter Muhich
Parochial Vicar………………..Fr. Elias Gieske
Deacon ............................... Rodger Brannan
Business Manager ................. Terry Coombe
Communications ..................Jack Worachek
Director of Music…………...Catherine Brown
PT Receptionists..……………...Toni Landgren
………………….Sarah Mehle
Please phone the parish office to
register. The parish community
welcomes you sincerely and invites you to
join us in all parish endeavors.
BULLETIN DEADLINE
Announcements due by Monday 4 PM.
www.duluthcathedral.com
Thomas Muehlberger came to the end of
his earthly pilgrimage recently. Eternal rest
grant unto him, Oh Lord, and let perpetual
light shine upon him. May Tom and all of the
faithful departed rest in peace.
A complete listing of Holy Week liturgies and confessions is in the
insert to the bulletin this week and on the parish websites for the
Cathedral, St. Mary Star of the Sea and Our Lady of Mercy.
Due to publishing deadlines the Stewardship
report was not available this week. A complete
Stewardship report will be in the Easter Bulletin.
Divine Mercy Sunday is April 12th. There
will be Adoration and confessions in the
Cathedral from 1:30 PM—3:00 PM. Benediction
and the sung Chaplet of Divine Mercy at 3:00 PM.
Several Priests will be available for Confession.
This is a great day to seek out the Lord’s abundant
Divine Mercy.
When you provide a check as payment, you authorize us either to
use information from your check to make a one-time electronic
fund transfer from your account or to process the payment as a
check transaction.
World Meeting for Families’
Theme for March is Creating
a Future. Creating the Future
Marriage is meant to be fertile and
welcome new life. Children shape
the future, just as they themselves
are shaped in their families.
Without children, there can be no future. Children reared with
love and guidance are the foundation for a loving future. Wounded
children portend a wounded future. Families are the bedrock for
all larger communities. Families are domestic churches, places
where parents help children discover that God loves them and has
a plan for each child’s life.
Roast Beef Dinner at Holy Rosary School.
Prepared by the Knights of Columbus
Sunday April 12 from 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM.
Adults $10.00 Child (5 to 12) $5.00 under 5
Free. Take-outs are available.
Come to the Cathedral to celebrate Mass and
Divine Mercy Sunday and stay for dinner!
Everyday Stewardship
In trying to understand the true power of stewardship, we need
not look any further than the cross. It serves as a tremendous
example of giving everything away freely for God and the people of
God. Jesus answered the call, regardless of the cost, and the cost
was life itself.
Duluth-Superior Catholic Young Adults Interested in
fellowship and/or opportunities to grow in your faith while
connecting with other people your age? DSCYA seeks to assist you
in this through social gatherings, Theology in Tap, service, and
prayers nights. Aimed at ages 21-39. For upcoming DSCYA
events, check out our website at dscya.weebly.com,
email [email protected] to subscribe to our email list, or friend
us on Facebook.
Most of us will never have to sacrifice our lives in response to
God's call. But there are Christians all across the globe that do
every day. Missionaries have died due to violence or disease.
Activists stood up for the basic rights of others and have lost their
own right to live. Men and women who swore to keep the peace or
rescue others from disaster have traded a lifetime with family and
friends for the sake of the vulnerable. These people answered that
call and responded with courage and commitment.
AROUND THE DIOCESE
Bulletin Notices
Ham Bingo! St. Mary Star of the Sea, Sunday March 29th.
Lunch at 1:00 PM, Bingo starts at 2:00 PM. Boards are $2 each or
3 for $5. There will also be a raffle with a $500 first prize.
But even though our sacrifice might not be as great, it does not
diminish the power in the response. Perhaps through our small
everyday actions, someone will be touched by God and then
transformed. It is not the size of the sacrifice that counts, but the
complete willingness to give that sacrifice. Jesus' sacrifice is
sufficient for the salvation of all humanity. Now, we are called to
translate that reality into our own somewhat simple lives.
Mary: A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother, an
extraordinary study that reveals Mary's unique role in God's
Kingdom and in our lives will be presented at St. Ben’s. This
series, filmed on location in the Holy Land, will place you in the
midst of the powerful drama of her earthly life. You will learn how
she works in our lives today, drawing us ever closer to her divine
Son. This 8-week study begins on Tuesday, April 7th at 7:00
PM For more info or to register, call Sister Anna Rose
(218) 724-4828 or email [email protected]
Northland Family Programs invites you to “Tea for Two”
a mother/daughter event for girls ages 9-13 and their mothers (or
a female relative, friend or mentor in place of the mother). Learn
about body changes and cycles, self-image and effective mother/
daughter communication in a short presentation. Then the two of
you will sit down to a pretty table with fancy treats, tea and punch
and have time to talk. The tea will be Sunday, April 19th 2-4 PM
at Essentia Health, St. Mary’s Medical Center in Duluth. Cost of
the program is $20.00 for mother and daughter. Preregistration is required call Kathy 800-842-0279. Registration
deadline is April 14th.
On those days when being a good steward seems too difficult, look
to the cross and find strength in a God who knows how hard this
earthly life can be at times. Look to fellow stewards who are
carrying their crosses and find empathy and companionship.
Reflect on the lives of saints and those who gave their lives because
of their love of God. Then go forth into a world that so badly needs
Jesus and give thanks for knowing how hard the day otherwise
would be without him.
Tracy Earl Welliver, MTS
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Include us in your future plans!
Please keep the Cathedral of Our Lady of the
Rosary and Holy Rosary School Endowment
in mind as you do your estate planning.
Thank you!
CATHEDRAL PASTORAL & FINANCE COUNCILS
LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS: There are a few
openings on the Cathedral Pastoral Council and the
Finance Council. During the month of April nominations
should be sent in writing (or email) to the parish office.
The Pastoral Council gives me advice and assists with the
outreach, spiritual, social, and educational ministries of the
parish. It meets at 6:30 on the 2nd Thursday of each month
at the rectory. The Finance Council oversees parish
buildings, budgets, and finances. It meets at Noon on the
3rd Wednesday of the month at the rectory.
A MESSAGE FROM
FATHER PETER MUHICH
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE: Holy Week
begins with today’s Palm Sunday Liturgy
and will culminate with the Sacred
Triduum: the Liturgies of Holy Thursday,
Good Friday, and Holy Saturday/Easter Sunday. This is the
most sacred time of the year. Take a look at the Holy Week
Schedule flier in this bulletin or on the parish website and
join us for as many of these special liturgies as you can.
There are many opportunities to make a good during Holy
Week listed on the flier as well.
GLUTEN-FREE HOSTS NOW AVAILABLE AT ST.
MARY STAR OF THE SEA: Consecrated gluten-free
hosts are now available at St. Mary Star of the Sea as well as
the Cathedral. The main celebrant of each Mass will have a
pyx with these gluten-free hosts in his paten with the
regular hosts. If you need to receive a gluten-free host,
please be in the communion line of the main celebrant and
ask the priest for a gluten-free host.
GOOD FRIDAY STATIONS OF THE CROSS:
Our Lady of Mercy (Park Point): 6:00 PM All are welcome.
THE BLESSING OF EASTER FOOD ON HOLY
SATURDAY: I will impart the Blessing of Easter Food
that is traditional for Slavic peoples on Holy Saturday, both
at the Cathedral of Our Lady at 10:00 AM and at St. Mary
Star of the Sea at 12:30 PM. If you have never participated
in this before you might want to ask a Polish or Slovenian
friend. Basically all you need to do is bring some food that
you and your family will eat on Easter Sunday in a basket or
other contain and I will bless it. All are welcome.
PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND:
Join Fr. Tony Wroblewski and Fr. Peter Muhich on a
Pilgrimage to the Holy Land in January 2016. Though we
are still finalizing details we are looking at an
approximately 11-day pilgrimage leaving on January 11,
2016. We are now building a preliminary list of people who
may be interested and who will want a brochure and more
detailed information once it is available. To be placed on
this list either call the parish office in Brainerd for Fr. Tony
(218) 822-4040 or email Fr. Tony at
[email protected] or call the Cathedral parish
office for Fr. Peter (218) 728-3646 or
[email protected]
NEW PART TIME ADULT EVANGELIZATION
POSITION OPENING: We will be creating a new Adult
Evangelization Coordinator position at the Cathedral. This
position will coordinate our evangelization and faith
formation efforts, working with our Parish Evangelization
Team and adult education programs. The position will be
15 hours/week. Anyone interested is asked to contact the
parish office (728-3646).
At the great Easter Vigil our candidates will
profess their belief in all that the Holy Catholic
Church believes, teaches and proclaims to be
revealed by God before Bishop Sirba. They will
then receive the Sacrament of Confirmation
and the Sacrament of First Holy Eucharist. As
we enter into the holiest week of the year, please continue to pray
for them.
Holy Rosary School News
www.holyrosarymn.org
Join our school community in prayer and preparation
during the final week of Lent.
On Wednesday, April 1st (9 am), the school Mass is being
led by Holy Rosary School’s parent organizations, the School
Board and Partners in Education.
For more information, contact Fr. Peter Muhich or Fr. Eli Gieske,
728-3646, or Bob and Sandi Arola, 525-2962,
[email protected], or visit www.duluthcathedral.com
and click on Learning and on Becoming Catholic (RCIA).
On Thursday, April 2nd (8 am), the school community is
participating in Stations of the Cross held at the Cathedral.
Students continue to open their hearts and follow the
invitation of Pope Francis, celebrating the Joy of the
Gospel through morning prayer and serving others
through a variety of projects. Holy Rosary students
contributed a wee $323.01 to Little Treasures Daycare
from their St. Patrick’s Day mission collection.
Outdoor Way of the Cross in Duluth on Good Friday.
Communion & Liberation invites you to join us April 3 with
meditations and singing. The procession will begin at the College
of St. Scholastica at 4:30 PM and will end at the Cathedral at 6:00
PM. The participants will attend the Good Friday Liturgy at the
Cathedral at 7:00 PM. Everyone is invited to join in this
Procession of the Cross.
Did You KNOW???
Small classes make a difference. The average
student-teacher ration in Duluth Area Catholic
Schools is 12-1.
Child Care in the Nursery is available for the
8:00 AM and the 10:30 AM Mass every Sunday.
The Nursery is located in the lower level of the
Cathedral. Use the stairs by the Baptistery.
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MASS INTENTIONS
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Thur.
Sat.
Sun.
7:00 AM
7:00 AM
9:00 AM
7:00 PM
8:00 PM
8:00 AM
10:30 AM
Marilyn Manderfeld
John Donovan
Sp. Int. Irene Moser
Francis Steele
Mary Williams
Richard Peterson
Parishioners
Saturday Apr 4th and Sunday Apr 5th
Altar Servers
8:00 PM
Noah Buraglio
Thomas Landgren
Dean Hudoba
Nick & Jenna Altonen
8:00 AM
Anthony & Thomas Landgren
Nick Lemon
PRAYER AND SPIRITUAL LIFE:
There is real power in prayer!
We do have an active Prayer Support Ministry as part
of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary
community. If you need prayers said, or if you are
interested in becoming part of the prayer line, call
Mary Lemon at 724-8689.
Come and pray with us! On Sunday, April
19th after the 10:30 Mass, join us in prayer. We
will be near the front of the Cathedral by the St.
Joseph side chapel. If you cannot join this small
group in prayer, please continue to pray for the
people of our parish to be evangelized.
10:30 AM
Jack Lemon
Grace Strandberg
Natalie Goetzman
Eucharistic Ministers
8:00 PM
Mike & Cathie Miller
*Open*
*Open*
8:00 AM
Toni Landgren
Paul Thomsen
Bob DeRoche
*Open*
10:30 AM
Jim Splan
*Open*
*Open*
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Perpetual Adoration at St. Mary Star of the Sea, substitutes
needed, call Christine Ficken 724-7713.
The 5k for God is on Saturday, April 25th at 9:00 AM
at St. Raphael’s Church in Duluth. Registration
5Kforgod.com. We hope to see you there whether
you are running, walking or cheering!
Q
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What are the servant songs of Isaiah? How do they
relate to Jesus' life and ministry?
The four servant songs, Isaiah 42:1-4, 49:1-6, 50:4-9, and
52:13--53:12, are strategically placed in Second Isaiah to
offer hope and consolation to a suffering Israel during its
Babylonian Exile.
Israel had been defeated by the Babylonians, who
destroyed their Temple, killed the last of the kings in
David's lineage, and exiled them from their land,
transporting them to Babylon. This is the context in
which Second Isaiah composes his powerfully poetic
book of hope and consolation. A significant part of that
message is the portrait of God's servant, who is called to
be a source of hope and encouragement for the people.
Each of the four poems emphasizes God's choice and
election of the servant. The last poem stresses the
suffering and rejection of God's servant, along with his
eventual death. Isaiah is certain that God will use the
servant's innocent suffering as a way to redeem and
remove the guilt and sin of others. Thus the servant
becomes a source of salvation for himself and for others.
Who is this servant? Many suggest that Isaiah was
referring to Israel herself, as she underwent exilic
suffering which would ultimately prove to be redemptive.
Jesus' followers, including those for whom Mark wrote
his Gospel, understood Jesus' ministry in terms of
Isaiah's suffering servant whose innocent suffering and
death became the means of salvation for all.
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8:00 AM
10:30 AM
Paul Sanford & Mike Miller
Toni Landgren
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Please contact Jack at the Parish Office, 728-3646 to get on the
schedule. Liturgical Ministers receive training before they are
scheduled to serve. Altar Servers please notify the office if you are
“trading” days or times with other servers. The schedule is also
available at the parish website: www.duluthcathedral.com.
Grieving the loss of a loved one is a very challenging
process. The normal grieving time for a significant loss is three to
five years, with the second year being the most difficult. This
process of grief will be done in a healthy or unhealthy way. In
order to help those that are grieving, Cathedral will be offering a
five-week course on grief education and support. The classes are
open to the public, and will begin Wednesday, April 8 from 7:00
PM to 8:30 PM, in the Multipurpose Room. To register for the
classes, please call Bridget Leighton at 724-8597.
Discover the infinite potential of your
marriage! Register for the April 11-12 Marriage
Encounter at www.marriages.org. Weekends
are held at Mt Olivet Conference and Retreat
Center in Farmington. For more info call
651.454.3238.
SUNDAY MORNING TV MASS: The Diocese of
Duluth sponsors a televised Sunday Morning Mass at
9:30 AM on WDIO/WIRT TV. The program is made
possible by a generous grant from the Catholic
Extension Society and through your donations.
Donations to: TV Mass, Diocese of Duluth, 2839 E. 4th St. Duluth,
4 MN 55812 or www.dioceseduluth.org and click “Donate”.
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It was during the fourth century in Jerusalem that
Christians first starting using palm branches in
commemoration of Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem.
Today, we continue to use palms in most churches on
this Sunday, Catholic and Protestant alike. It is one of
those traditions of worship that, no matter how far
apart we may seem at times, we continue to share due
to our common heritage.
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The commonality found in the worship on this
particular Sunday seems to highlight the fundamental
truth in the observance: Jesus Christ died for everyone.
He did not die on a cross for just Catholics, or just
Orthodox, or just Protestants. Whether one
acknowledges it or not, he was crucified for all those
who are born of man. Today, we rejoice not just for
what he has done for us but also for what he has done
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 29, 2015
Monday:
Is 42:1-7/Jn 12:1-11
Chrism Mass:
Is 61:1-3a, 6a, 8b-9/Rv 1:5-8/Lk 4:16-21
Tuesday:
Is 49:1-6/Jn 13:21-33, 36-38
Wednesday:
Is 50:4-9a/Mt 26:14-25
Mass of the Lord's Supper: Ex 12:1-8, 11-14/1 Cor 11:23-26/
Jn 13:1-15
Friday:
Is 52:13--53:12/Heb 4:14-16; 5:7-9/
Jn 18:1--19:42
Saturday: Vigil: Gn 1:1--2:2 or 1:1, 26-31a/Gn 22:1-18 or
22:1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18/Ex 14:15--15:1/Is
54:5-14/Is 55:1-11/Bar 3:9-15, 32--4:4/Ez
36:16-17a, 18-28/Rom 6:3-11/Mk 16:1-7
Next Sunday:
Acts 10:34a, 37-43/Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b8/Jn 20:1-9 or Mk 16:1-7 or Lk 24:13-35
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