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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
Gospel of Life Committee
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
Mr. Bill Luebbert
Deacon Christopher Baker
634-7959
634-8731
636-8935
893-2064
893-6313
634-2864
636-8939
893-7872
636-7939
635-8060
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
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
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
Mrs. Gina Newlon
635-7991
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
635-4507
636-8597
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 EASTER WEEK
04/05 EASTER SUNDAY-ALLELUIA
Masses at 7:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. (Bishop Gaydos), and
11:00 a.m.
Second Collection for Infirm Priests & Retirement
04/06 NO SCHOOL & PARISH OFFICE CLOSED
Catholicism DVD, 8:45 a.m., Mary Room
Centering Prayer, 12:10 p.m., Chapel
Scouts take down chairs, 6:30 p.m., Cathedral
04/07 Elections, All day, Undercroft
Missouri House, 10:00 a.m.
Vocations Committee, 3:30 p.m., St. Joseph Room
Support Group, 7:00 p.m., Cry Room
Youth Board, 7:00 p.m., Mary Room
Schola Rehearsal, 7:00 p.m., Bishop Marling Room
Cleaning of the Cathedral, 7:00 p.m.
04/08 Missouri House, 10:00 a.m..
Pictorial Photo Session, 2:00-8:30 p.m., Undercroft
K of C Dinner/Business Meeting, 6:15 p.m., Chancery
Catholicism DVD, 6:30 p.m., Mary Room
PSR, 7:00 p.m., School
Choir Practice, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral &
Bishop Marling Room
04/09 Quilters, 8:30 a.m., Bishop Marling Room
Pastor/Principal Meeting, 9:00 a.m., Parish Office
Missouri House, 10:00 a.m.
Pictorial Photo Session, 2:00-8:30 p.m., Undercroft
Ladies Auxiliary, 6:30 p.m., Mary Room
First Holy Communion Rehearsal, 6:30 p.m.,
Cathedral
Rosary, 7:00 p.m., Chapel
04/10 Diocesan Speech Meet, All day, Undercroft
Staff Meeting, 9:30 p.m., Parish Office
Private Tour of Cathedral, 12:30 p.m.
04/11 Book Club, 9:30 a.m., Mary Room
Confessions, 4:00 p.m., Cathedral
Samaritan Center Second Collection Weekend
Super Chix & Super Dudes Night Out, following 5:30
Mass, Undercroft and School Gym
04/12 Scouts Recycle Weekend
First Holy Communion, 1:30 p.m., Cathedral
NFP, 2:00 p.m., St. Joseph Room
Divine Mercy Devotion, 4:30 p.m., Chapel
XLT, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral
EASTER SUNDAY, April 5
7:00 a.m. Parishioners
9:00 a.m. Harold Welch and Edwin Tellman
11:00 a.m. Frank & Tillie Oligschlaeger
Easter Monday, April 6
6:30 a.m. L & D of Tellman & Luebbering Families
8:00 a.m. Ralph “Inky” James
Easter Tuesday April 7
6:30 a.m. George Goedde Family
8:00 a.m. Mathilda Wall
Easter Wednesday, April 8
6:30 a.m. Frank & Mary Schwarzer
8:00 a.m. Don Schell
Easter Thursday April 9
6:30 a.m. Marvin Schulte
8:00 a.m. Mary “Virginia” Hemmel
Easter Friday, April 10
6:30 a.m. Lucille Reeves
8:00 a.m. L & D of Leonard Bonnot Family
Easter Saturday, April 11 (Divine Mercy Sunday)
5:30 p.m. Pete & Pat Redel
Sunday, April 12
7:00 a.m. L & D of Gregory Family
9:00 a.m. William T. Zumwalt
11:00 a.m. Parishioners
1:30 p.m. Patricia Sanchez, Margaret Ann Kleene and L & D of
the First Holy Communion Families ( First Holy Communion)
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
March 1
March 8
March 15
March 22
March 29
$
$
$
$
$
36,894.00
51,181.00
44,332.00
42,126.00
*
To date for March
Budget Goal 07/01/14 - 03/29/15
Sunday Collection 07/01/14 - 03/29/15
Difference
$
$
$
$
174,533.00
*
*
*
OPERATION RICE BOWL
We prayed, fasted and gave alms-and now we celebrate! Our
Lenten journey with CRS Rice Bowl ends in our own hearts,
where Jesus reigns forever. Let us rejoice in our risen Lord-and
in the lives we’ve changed this Lent in Tanzania, Nicaragua, Niger, Lebanon, the Democratic Republic of Congo and all over the
world! Don’t forge to turn in your CRS Rice Bowl!
* Due to Easter bulletin schedule,
current totals will be delayed
Don’t forget to turn in your CRS Rice Bowl in the box
provided at the back of the Cathedral.
PRAYING TOWARD NEXT WEEK:
SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER
First Reading:
Second Reading:
Gospel:
Acts 4: 32-35
1 John 5: 1-6
John 20: 19-31
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YOU CAN FIND THE BULLETIN AND
CURRENT MONTH CALENDAR ONLINE AT:
www.cathedraljc.org
Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!
Easter Sunday
April 5, 2015
A LETTER FROM OUR BISHOP
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
WELCOME to all who gather in our Cathedral Church for:
Easter Sunday.
My dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
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 Resurrection, Wellsville
As nature reawakens with the beauty of flowers and trees,
lifting up our spirits, so too our hearts are filled with great joy
as we once again celebrate the Risen Lord’s triumph over death.
His glorious victory is victory for us who are members of his
Body through the sacrament of Baptism. The final verses of the
Easter sequence summarize our faith well:
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 Charity of the Incarnate Word (CCVI).
Christ indeed from death is risen, our new life obtaining.
Have mercy, victor King, ever reigning!
Amen! Alleluia!
Let us also remember that we are in the midst of the Year of
Consecrated Life, and continue to give thanks to God for the
witness these women and men provide in our world. May the
Resurrection always be a source of hope and inspiration for
them, just as it was for the disciples who experienced newness
of life in seeing their Risen Lord.
CONGRATULATIONS to Jackson, William and Charlotte
English, children of Neal & Donna English, who were baptized
at the Cathedral during the Easter Vigil!
Cathedral Parish Troop 104 collects recyclable metals the 2nd
Sunday of every month. They accept aluminum cans, scrap aluminum, copper and brass. Scouts are available to unload your
metals from 7:30-11:00 a.m. in the southwest corner of the parking lot, near the entrance to the Diocesan Center. Proceeds go
into the Troops ‘High Adventure’ fund for one of a kind, out of
state camping trips. Please support Scouting by donating your
recyclable metal to them. Thank you!
I hope you have had the opportunity to read about the recently announced Holy Year of Mercy in The Catholic Missourian.
The official and solemn proclamation of this Jubilee will take
place on the Second Sunday of Easter, Divine Mercy Sunday.
We are truly blessed to have this special opportunity to be
touched by God’s grace, as we journey together toward eternal
life with Christ.
Finally, I would like to extend a warm welcome to all who
joined the Church at the Easter Vigil. Please know of my prayers for you, that your relationship with Christ may grow ever
deeper throughout this joyous season.
IF YOU HAVE MOVED or are planning to move, changed
your name, celebrated the birth of a child into your family, please
remember to contact the parish office to update your records.
You may reach us by calling (573) 635-7991 or e-mail us at [email protected]
Wishing a blessed Easter to you all, I am
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Most Reverend John R. Gaydos
Bishop of Jefferson City
WELCOME NEW CATHEDRAL MEMBERS
Amanda Lambert
Marilyn Browry
Rachelle Zbinden
Lance & Courtney Schlup
Glen & Michelle Roussin
Sarah Jones
Kenny & Brenda Haslag
Linda Clutter
Christopher & Lindsay Roepe
Stephanie Thomeczek
Lisa Stocking
John & Lindsey Roush
Debra Massman
Stephen & Ashlyn Wheeler
Matthew & Kim Beffa
Joey & Ruth Ann Stratman
Virginia Lee
Julie Noack
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION (RCIA)
April 4, 2015
Bishop John R. Gaydos
Allison Jolly
Christina Nussbaum
Brianna Cowley
Neal English
We look forward to meeting and praying with you! If you have
been attending Mass here at the Cathedral and have not registered we invite you to please register; forms are available in the
parish office.
Aaron Jolly
Leslie Woods
Gala Dempsey
Donna English
We are very thankful to God for these persons who entered the
Roman Catholic Church during the Easter Vigil at the Cathedral. Please extend your kindest and warmest welcome to each
of them.
CATHOLICISM DVD SERIES
THANK YOU
LENTEN ADULT EDUCATION: "Seven Deadly Sins-Seven
Lively Virtues" CATHOLICISM DVD Series by Fr. Barron
are held each Monday at 8:45 a.m. and Wednesday at 6:30
p.m. in the Mary Room. (lower level of Parish Office). The
final topic on April 6 and April 8 is “Lust and Charity". For
more information call Verna Luebbert (573) 635-8060, or the
Parish Office (573) 635-7991.
Bishop Gaydos and the Cathedral Priests and Deacons wish to
sincerely thank all who worked so hard to make the Chrism
Mass this past week so memorable. Blessings to all who keep
the Cathedral clean, our Choirs, those who prepared and
cleaned up from the meals as well as the many people that made
the special effort to attend the Chrism Mass.
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Jefferson City, Missouri
SPIRITUAL OPPORTUNITIES
VOCATION NEWS
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: Spend one hour a week with
our Lord in the Adoration Chapel. If interested in committing to
an hour on a regular basis, contact the Parish Office, (573) 6357991.
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: Rev. Msgr. Donald Lammers,
Eldon, Sr. Peggy Bonnot, CCVI, Jefferson City, Deacon
Robert Reinkemeyer, Tipton, Seminarian Brad Distler,
Conception Seminary College. The Diocese has 12 Seminarians.
CENTERING PRAYER will meet next on April 6, 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) 893-2064.
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 April 11-12
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.
PSR is for students grades 1-8 who attend public school and
seek instruction in their faith. The next class is April 8 at 7:00
p.m. in the Cathedral School. If you have questions about this
program contact: Cara Sue Cockerham (573) 291-4889.
BENEDICTINE MONASTIC WEEKEND
The Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in Clyde, Missouri, will host a Come and See monastic weekend for women
discerning a religious vocation. The event is scheduled for Friday, April 10 through Sunday, April 12, 2015. Participants
will enter into the rhythm of contemplative life, experience the
time and place for listening to God, share with others who might
also be discerning a religious vocation and ask vowed religious
about monastic life. Those who would like to participate should
be single Catholic women between the ages of 18 and 45. The
event is free for those participating, and there is no commitment
involved to attend. For more information, please contact Sister
Ruth Elaine Starman, OSB at (660) 944-2221 or [email protected] Information is also available online
at www.BenedictineSisters.org.
CONFIRMATION-Confirmation rehearsal is April 22, 7:00
p.m., in the Cathedral. 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, April 13 at
6:15 p.m. at the Catholic Center. If you are interested or have
questions, please call Dan Kempker at (573) 496-5499 or email
him at [email protected]
SUPPORT GROUP for individuals experiencing separation
and/or divorce issues, meets the first Tuesday of each month in
the Cathedral Cry Room. The next meeting will be April 7 at
7:00 p.m. Please contact Lucas Knipp at (573) 353-4046, or Paul
Rockers at (573) 301-9865, if you are interested in attending or
would like more information.
CATHEDRAL CLEANING
We will be doing a thorough cleaning of the Cathedral on
Tuesday, April 7 at 7:00 p.m., and are in need of some volunteers. Please call Jim Biggerstaff at (573) 635-8111, if you have
questions or you can give us a hand! Thank you!
COUPLE-TO-COUPLE LEAGUE is hosting classes on Natural Family Planning (NFP). The next meeting is April 12, 2:00
p.m., in the St. Joseph Room. Call Mark or Chelle Smith Vandergriff, (573) 893-3319 to register.
SEEKING CHRIST FOR OUR NATION
The Jefferson City Deanery began an initiative to celebrate a
Mass each month at a parish in the deanery with the specific
intention of praying for our nation. The Cathedral will host
the Mass on Tuesday, April 28 at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome.
Bring a friend.
SIXTH ANNUAL CATHEDRAL
GOLF TOURNAMENT
Date: August 14, 2015
Location: Eagle Knoll Golf Course
Lunch: 11:00 a.m. Provided by the K of C
Shotgun Start: 12:30 p.m.
Cost: $400 per team/$100 per person
This is a fun way to get to know your fellow parishioners and a
great way to promote your business and show your family support. Past proceeds have gone to supplement teachers’ salaries,
commons and bathroom renovations, athletic uniforms, score
boards, archery equipment, field bleachers, new concrete drive
behind undercroft. Registration forms will be available at the
School and Parish offices after April 3. Please send all entry
forms along with sponsorship fees and team entry fees to the
Parish Office.
DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA
The Daughters of Isabella, Glennon Circle 322, will be meeting
on Monday, April 6, at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Tanner Bridge Road. Snacks will start at 6:00 p.m. with the business
meeting to follow at 6:30 p.m. Please plan to attend.
RED CROSS THANK YOU
Thank you for hosting the March 20 Blood Drive. We were very
pleased with the willingness of the donors to share this life saving gift, with 19 units collected! Your support will go a long way
toward replenishing blood supplies and ultimately saving lives.
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Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!
April 5, 2015
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS &
LADIES AUXILIARY NEWS www.kofc12992.com
LITURGICAL MINISTRIES
LECTORS
Saturday, April 11
5:30 p.m. Debbie Stokes,
Norman Weavers
Sunday, April 12
7:00 a.m. Jeffrey Cowley
9:00 a.m. Gina Frank, Dan
Kempker
11:00 a.m. Morgan
Fuemmeler, David Lankford
SERVERS
Saturday, April 11
5:30 p.m. Jacob Dunn, Jake
Hoelscher, Sam Owens, Cora
Walsh
Sunday, April 12
7:00 a.m. Jacob Cowley,
Jessica Cowley
9:00 a.m. Rett Dobbs, Maricah Frank, Jacob Hoke, Cristian Prasad
11:00 a.m. Lexi Boeckmann, Lindsey Byers, Elliott
Lammers, Aaron Sackman
USHERS
Saturday, April 11
5:30 p.m. Andrew Blunt,
Terry Jarrett, David Lanigan,
Alan Mudd
Sunday, April 12
7:00 a.m. Bob Asahl, Raymond Caspari, Melvin Schebaum, Mike Voyles
9:00 a.m. Brad Dobbs, Brian Johnson, Jim Keller, John
Reed
11:00 a.m. Mike Barnes,
Dana Frese, Kevin Irving,
Walter Malmstrom III
GIFT FAMILY
Saturday, April 11
5:30 p.m. Dan Walsh
Sunday, April 12
7:00 a.m. Frank Cremin
9:00 a.m. Luke Prenger
11:00 a.m. Tom Verry
EXTRAORDINARY
MINISTERS OF HOLY
COMMUNION
Saturday, April 11
5:30 p.m. Janet Chinn, Bob
Heald, Terry Jarrett, Judy
Magee, Alan Mudd, Michael
Suresh, Mary Ann Young
Sunday, April 12
7:00 a.m. Bob Asahl, Jeffrey
Cowley, Diane Hatcher, Judy
Lewis, Larry Lewis, Alan
Mengwasser
9:00 a.m. Paul Oligschlaeger, Al Rush, Karen Rush, Joe
Scherr, Sr. Laura Jean Spaeth,
Charlotte Wening, John
Wenzlick
11:00 a.m. Denise Barnes,
Kimi Bax, Joan Branson,
Christina Dudenhoeffer, Keith
Dudenhoeffer, Kenneth Gartner, Anne Rapp
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.
Brother Knights our next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the CATHOLIC CENTER. It will
be preceded by a meal beginning at 6:15 p.m. Please plan to attend so you can enjoy the comradery and help make our Council
the best that it can be. The Attendance Award pot has grown to
$150. Every member of our Council is eligible to win; but you
must be present to collect.
On Saturday, April 11 at 8:00 a.m. our Council will be picking
up litter along Highway 179 from Route C to Christy Lane.
This activity only takes about 1 to 1.5 hours; so for very little
investment of your time you will feel good about helping the
community, mingle with your fellow Council members and get a
little exercise to boot. We will meet at Highway 179 and Christy Lane. With 8 to 10 volunteers, we'll be done by 9:30 a.m..
Contact Dale Highfill (573) 659-7208 or [email protected]
for more information.
GREETERS
Saturday, April 11
5:30 p.m. Felix Blumi, Kay
Blumi, James Foley, Melanie
Foley
Sunday, April 12
7:00 a.m. Donna Brunk,
Dan Schuette
9:00 a.m. Alice Bonnot,
Brad Dobbs, Jill Dobbs, Ken
Hussey
11:00 a.m. Steven Byers,
Eric Knox, Vicki Kummer,
Linda Sallin
LADIES AUXILIARY will meet on Thursday, April 9 at 6:30
p.m. in the Mary Room We will be making jewelry for our
Spring wardrobe. Please bring a hand towel. Contact Tina Sellner at (573) 635-6980, with any questions.
EL PUENTE TRIVIA NIGHT
El Puente Trivia Night: Friday, May 1, Immaculate Conception Church Kertz Hall. Doors open: 6:00 p.m. Trivia begins:
7:00 .p.m. $120 per table of 8 or $15 per person (Individual registrations will be combined to make tables of 8). Homemade
tamales, chips & salsa, beer & margaritas available for purchase.
To register send contact information to: [email protected] or El Puente, 1102 E. McCarty St., Jefferson
City, MO 65101
El Puente Hispanic Ministry’s mission is to serve as a bridge
between the English and Spanish
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.
DIOCESAN PILGRIMAGE
The First Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage at the National Shrine of
Mary, Mother of the Church, 176 Marian Drive, Lake of the
Ozarks, Laurie. Sunday, May 3.
1:00 p.m., There will be Priests to hear confession
2:00 p.m., Mass with Bishop Gaydos
3:15 p.m. Pilgrimage procession on Grotto grounds
4:00 p.m. Dinner $5
For more information contact Fr. Pat Dolan, (573) 374-6279
www.mothersshrine.com.
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YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS
PRO-LIFE NEWS
The Cathedral Youth Ministry is offering a retreat for all juniors and seniors presented by the Benedictine College Campus
Ministry. "You Are The One I have Chosen", April 25-26 in
the Cathedral undercroft.10:00 a.m. Saturday to 11:00 a.m. Sunday. Fliers will be in next weeks bulletin. For more information
email Julie Gramlich at [email protected] or call
(573) 635-7991.
Missouri Right to Life seeks a data entry operator who is prolife and interested in contributing their efforts to protect human
life. Other duties included would be backup receptionist and
general office duties. Hours are somewhat flexible and will
range between 20 and 25 hours per week. Vacation/sick leave
benefits. Please send resume with references to Missouri Right
to Life, PO Box 651, Jefferson City MO, 65102. For more information call 573-635-5110 or email [email protected]
Next Youth Board Meeting is Tuesday April 7 at 7:00 p.m. in
the Mary Room. If you are interested in joining the Youth
Board please attend.
FAMILIES IN NEED PROGRAM
Saturday April 11-All 6-8th grade students are invited to attend the Super Chix and Super Dudes night beginning after the
5:30 p.m. Mass with pizza. The girls will then stay in undercroft
and boys head to school gym for a dodge ball tournament. Ice
cream sundaes for all. Look for flier to be sent home with students
Items requested for April 14 delivery: Peanut butter, Jelly,
Bisquick, Syrup, Fruit cocktail. Please place in provided containers at all exits of the Cathedral. Thank you for your continued support!
Tuesday April 14-The EDGE program will be attending a
movie.
Currently, only 502 of the 1500 families of the Cathedral
parish have signed up for the 2015 Pictorial Directory!
You are under NO obligation to purchase additional pictures
and all who have their picture taken will get a free pictorial directory! Also, we have 2 cameras available during April for photo sessions. With everyone’s help and participation, we can
make this year’s pictorial directory the best ever and a great
resource for the Cathedral parish family. Sign up early for the
best availability of times!
CATHEDRAL PICTORIAL DIRECTORY
Thursday April 16-Helias Youth will be Cooking and Serving
dinner at the Salvation Army.3:15-5:45 p.m.
HELIAS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
In an effort to help our community members at the Boys and
Girls Club of Jefferson City and to promote the many talents of
Helias students, we are proud to host Family Art Night in the
Helias Commons April 23, from 6:00–8:00 p.m. Helias invites
all students in the Jefferson City area and their families to join in
the fun. The cost of $5 (at the door) will cover the participation
fee and supplies needed to create the artwork. If a participant
wants to take part in more than one of the four offered workshops it will cost an extra $2 per workshop. Participants will
choose from batik, painting, ceramics, and jewelry artwork to
make and take home. In addition, during the Family Art Night,
Helias students’ artwork created during the semester will be on
display. For further information, please contact Jerica Hunt (573)
694-2070 or email [email protected]
You may sign up on line for the photo sessions through the parish website, www.cathedraljc.org by clicking on the Portrait
Sign-up under Links on the left 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 6364746 or Liz Kliethermes at 893-7872 for assistance. You will be
able to manually sign up after all Masses on the weekend of
May 2/3!
Photo session dates are: April 8-9, April 14-18, April 21,
May 12-16.
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.
BABYSITTING
TRIVIA NIGHT RESCHEDULED
Helias Catholic sophomore girl with license wanting to earn
some extra cash by babysitting. I am a responsible, hard working
honor roll student who loves kids. I am willing to provide references and would love to talk if you are in need of someone to
provide care for your child/children. Feel free to contact me at
(573) 645-4722 or [email protected] Thank you,
—Jordan Wright
Our Cathedral Home and School Association has rescheduled
Trivia Night to Saturday, April 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the undercroft. For further information, please contact Rick or Tracy
Morrisey at (573)632-6691 or [email protected]
UPCOMING EVENTS
EXERCISE FOR ADULTS
Diocese of Jefferson City parishioners in the mid-Missouri area
are invited for fun, fellowship and a bit of exercise at the Cathedral gymnasium on Sundays from April 12–May 17 for PE for
Adults! from 6:30–7:30 p.m. We will participate in a variety of
PE games we enjoyed from our childhood as well as introducing
some new favorites. All skill levels are encouraged to join us.
Participants should be post-high school age and registered members of a local parish. Please contact Kristan Morris—
[email protected], with questions.
GLOW DANCE, Friday, April 10, 7:00-10:00 p.m. for Grades
6-8, St. Stanislaus Gym. Wear your neon or get painted at the
door! Cost. $5. Proceeds go to St. Stanislaus NCYC.
St. Louis of France Chicken Dinner, Sunday, April 12, 11:00
a.m.-6:00 p.m., Bonnots Mill Parish Hall. Adults $10 Children 612: $5. Raffle and Country Store.
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Wardsville/Osage Bend K of C Council 8399 Charity Golf
Tournament, Friday, May 15, Redfield Golf Course, Eugene. 36
Team Limit. $400 per team/$100 per person. Lunch provided.
Contact: Jeff Ahlers (573) 694-0291
DONNARH
ILDEBRAND
EALTOR
Margaret Thoenen • CRS, GRI
573.690.0113
(573) 680-7137
[email protected]
www.ActionRealEstate.com
634-3115
TIM RIEKE, D.D.S.
1312 Southwest Boulevard
Jefferson City, Missouri
Ken Thoenen • Broker, CRB
Order online at kateandallys.com
573.893.6295
1418 Missouri Blvd. • 573-893-8855
DINE-IN • DELIVER • CARRY-OUT • CATERING
Capital Installers, Inc.
Doug Distler
Luebbering Oil Co.
Hwy. 63 North
635-3238
Larry, Bryan and
Brad Luebbering
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
Enjoy
joy
BANK
761-6100
®
MEMBER FDIC
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
WWW.FREEMANMORTUARY.COM
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“Here to Help You”
Discover
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over timeless
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with hardwood flooring.
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
Big
or Small, We do them ALL!
We specialize in difficult jobs & offer service
in rural areas that other companies do not travel to.
QUICK RESPONSE
573-353-7557 or 573-301-0490
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
CORNERSTONE CONTRACTING CO.
Tuckpointing, Caulking, Waterproofing
www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC
Tim Capps, Owner
636-667-3831 • 573-619-4299
[email protected]
SPECIALIZING IN MASONRY REPAIR AND RESTORATION
www.cstone-masonryrepair.com
Auto - Home
Farm - Life
Business
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
TYLER M. WOODS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
ECOWATER SYSTEMS
®
Andy Wilbers Plumbing
Complete Water Treatment
Joel & Pam Mietzner - Owners
634-2558
www.ecowater.com • 636-3800
Parishioner
JEAGER LAWN CARE
“Your Full Service Plumbing Company
in Mid Missouri”
(573) 619-5730
Licensed and Insured
Immaculate Conception Parishioner
573-636-2424
2505 Mission Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Mowing • Leaf Cleanup • Landscaping • Overseeding
Retaining Walls • Powerwashing
and Gutter Cleaning
(573) 681-3000
680-3481
Licensed & Insured
Serving our Catholic
faith and traditions
as the only
Catholic-owned
funeral service in
Jefferson City.
573-635-5810
Candice Schaefer
Owner/Director
573-893-3242
601 Scott Station, Jefferson City, MO 65109
Associated
Real Estate
573-632-8507
Alan Mudd
www.AlanMudd.com
635-6881
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AT
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