April 2015 - Diocese of Superior

DIOCESE OF SUPERIOR
CHANCERY BULLETIN
1201 Hughitt Avenue
P. O. Box 969
Superior, WI 54880
Tel: 715-392-2937
Fax: 715-392-2015
www.catholicdos.org,
VOL. 58, NO. 4
April 1, 2015
Please Note: The Chancery Office will be closed at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday April 2 through Monday April 6.
CHILD ABUSE PROTECTION MONTH
THE BIBLE ON NBC
APRIL 5, 2015
Beginning Easter Sunday evening, April 5
2015, the new series, AD: The Bible Continues,
will premiere nationwide on the television
network NBC, with episodes continuing for
twelve successive Sunday evenings.
Materials have been prepared to help make this
series itself a catechetical tool. Catechetical aids
have been prepared by Sophia Institute Press:
Click here to access A.D. Catholic Viewer's
Guide and A.D. Ministers and Martyrs: The
Ultimate Catholic Guide to the Apostolic Age.
The Archdiocese of Washington is also
developing a series of short catechetical videos
which will be available to help give a Catholic
perspective on the series and is available for
anyone to access. Click here to access those
videos. Priests, deacons and other parish leaders
are encouraged to publicize this information.
THE QUICKENING: LEADERSHIP SEMINAR
APRIL 10-12, 2015
“The Quickening” is a two and a half day
ecumenical Christian leadership seminar that is
being held in Rice Lake. At a wonderful
discount, this opportunity is being provided in
our area. If you want to talk with someone who
has experienced this training and can share with
you how this has changed her life, call Angie
Beranek: 715-434-3473. For more information,
click title.
DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
APRIL 12, 2015
Divine Mercy Sunday is celebrated on the
Second Sunday of Easter. Pope John Paul II
proclaimed: “It is important then that we accept
the whole message that comes to us from the
word of God on this Second Sunday of Easter,
which from now on throughout the Church will
be called Divine Mercy Sunday.” For more
information click Divine Mercy Teachings
for devotionals click EWTN.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAYS
APRIL 23, 2015
The Office of Ecclesial Ministries and Diocesan
Consultation is pleased to provide the
opportunity for Pastors, Parish Life Coordinators
Parish Directors, Deacons, Religious Sisters,
Parish Catechetical Leaders (Principals,
Teachers, DREs, CREs, Youth Ministers)
– and Parish Leadership Teams to learn and
grow together in 2015.
April 23 - Continuous Change:
Leading People Through It;
Not Just Surviving It
Location: Hayward, WI
All individual leaders are welcome to attend. It
is hoped that participants will take advantage of
this opportunity by attending as a parish
leadership team. For more details, contact Chris
Newkirk: [email protected]; 715-394-0204,
or go to the Office of Ecclesial Ministries.
NEW FEATURE ON BULLETIN: You can now CLICK on the TITLE to see the website or enclosure.
Diocese of Superior
Chancery Bulletin
April 2015
DIOCESAN HIGH SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
TRAINING
April 24-26, 2015
As part of the new evangelization, the Diocese
will bring in special guest Doug Tooke, Diocese
of Helena, MT, to work with youth to build
leadership skills and equip them to become a
strong community of diocesan youth leaders.
This training is open to students in grades 9-12.
It starts Friday, April 24, 7:00 p.m. and ends
Sunday, April 26, 12:00 p.m. and
is held at Crosswoods Camp,
Mason, WI. Registration and
cost ($110/person) is due by
April 17. Contact Megan Noll:
715-234-5044; [email protected]
APRIL 25, 2015 & JUNE 27, 2015
The Office of Ecclesial Ministry & Diocesan
Consultation is pleased to be providing
Session 2 of enrichment specifically for any and
all lay people who have a heart of service and a
passion for common good. This series offers a
basic foundation for living in a “joyful” service
to others as Pope Francis encourages us all to do.
The next sessions are:
April 25- Exploring Major Themes of
Catholic Social Teaching
June 27- Service Education
This second session is from 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Tony. See enclosure for specific details, or
contact Chris Newkirk: 715-394-0204;
[email protected]
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THEOLOGY OF THE BODY I
April 26 - May 1, 2015
A TOB Head & Heart Immersion Course will be
held on Sunday, April 26 through Friday, May 1,
and taught by Bill Donaghy, International
Speaker and Theology of the Body Institute
presenter. It will be held at the Techny Retreat
Center, Northbrook IL (Chicago Area). Click
Forms, flyers and more or contact Megan Noll:
715-234-5044; [email protected]
PAPAL VISIT
REGISTER BY APRIL 30, 2015
Pope Francis is coming to Philly
September 2015. A delegation of
families, single, married, divorced,
etc. are welcome to join the diocesan pilgrimage.
Early bird registrations are through April 30,
2015. Pilgrimage begins with a flight out of
Minneapolis (other airports can be arranged),
visits to the Shrines of St. John Newman and St.
Katherine Drexel. Should families need an
alternative plan, the DOS is doing a family
exchange with Philadelphia area parishioners.
Parishes may contact Megan Noll: 715-234-5044,
[email protected], Office of Marriage, Family
& Youth Ministry, to set a parish mission for a
Q&A session.
THE MANY IMAGES OF MARY
May 2, 2015
Superior Diocesan Council of Catholic Women,
Superior Diocesan Chorale and the Office of
Worship are presenting a Retreat Day of
Spirituality and Fun on Saturday, May 2, at
St. Anthony de Padua Church, Tony, with
registration and hospitality at 8:30 a.m. For more
information, click title.
Many of our parishes are able to view a Sunday Mass sponsored by the Diocese of Duluth.
Please consider using the following bulletin announcement to help support the TV Mass:
The Diocese of Duluth sponsors a televised Mass at 9:30 a.m., every Sunday from the Basilica of the
National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., viewable in many areas on WDIO TVDuluth. Donations are welcome, with checks made out to TV Mass, please, and sent to TV Mass,
2830 E. 4th St., Duluth, MN 55812. For more information contact the Diocese of Duluth at (218) 724-9111
Diocese of Superior
Chancery Bulletin
April 2015
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CULTURE OF LIFE PARISH REPS
MAY 7, 2015
SOLEMNITY OF THE LORDS ASCENSION
MAY 17, 2015
It is the goal of the Diocesan Respect Life Office
to assist all pastors, parish directors, and parish
life coordinators in the dissemination of Culture
of Life programs, projects, materials, and current
events. In order to accomplish this task, a parish
representative is necessary in each parish and/or
cluster. Under the guidance of the parish
leadership, the representative(s) would work
with them to implement any culture of life
activity in the parish. Assistance from the
Diocesan Respect Life Office is available. Twice
a year – spring and fall – parish contacts are
called together for in-service and sharing. All
parish leaders are encouraged to appoint a
respect life parish representative and send the
contact information for them to Debra Lieberg:
715-394-0240; [email protected]
Spring meeting for parish respect life reps is
scheduled for Thursday, May 7, 2015.
In 2006, the Catholic Bishops of Wisconsin
voted to transfer the Solemnity of the Lord’s
Ascension from, Thursday of the Sixth Week of
Easter, to the Seventh Sunday of Easter. This
was intended to allow a greater number of
people to celebrate the feast with due solemnity
in the context of the Mass. This year, the
Ascension of the Lord is observed on May 17,
2015. It may not be celebrated on any other day.
SUCCESSFUL ADULT FORMATION
BEYOND BIBLE STUDY
May 14, 2015
All parish Catechetical Leaders and others who
work with Adult Formation Ministry in the
parish are invited to learn more about effective
ways to minister. Janet Schaeffler, OP, a
national known adult formation speaker and coauthor of the leader guide for Our Hearts Were
Burning Within Us, will be at St. Anthony
Parish, Tony, WI on May 14, 2015 to present
Successful Adult Formation Beyond Bible
Study. The topic will give tricks and advice to
help disciple adults within parishes. The event
is co-sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor. Katy
Maier, our representative, will be present with
samples of formation materials, click title.
CANCELLATION REMINDER
SUPERIOR MUTUAL MINISTRY TEAM
SUMMIT, an organization within the
Department of Catholic Formation, will not
conduct the originally scheduled gathering on
May 7 at St. Therese of Lisieux, Phillips.
SAVE THE DATES
65TH ANNUAL SUPERIOR DIOCESAN COUNCIL
OF CATHOLIC WOMEN CONVENTION
JUNE 15 & 16
Nativity of Our Lord Church, Rhinelander
WEDDING JUBILEE
JULY 25, 2015- 11AM
Cathedral of Christ the King, Superior WI
Beginning at 11:00 a.m.; with lunch to follow.
Sign-up sheets, bulletin announcements, and
posters will be mailed to parishes soon.
*Milestone years include: 10, 25, 40, 50 and 60.
Click title.
Diocese of Superior
Chancery Bulletin
April 2015
2016 WISCONSIN PASTORAL
HANDBOOK CHANGES
Please review information in the 2015 WI
Pastoral Handbook. Changes to the 2015
Handbook have been made thus far this year but
if other changes are necessary, either now or in
the future, please note the enclosed form to
facilitate these changes. Before the draft of the
2016 Pastoral Handbook is sent to the publisher
this fall; the form will also be included again in
the August Chancery Bulletin for any additional
changes. It is helpful if changes that occur over
the summer months are submitted as they occur.
Contact Debra Lieberg, Chancellor:
[email protected],715-394-0240.
SACRAMENTAL RECORDS FOR
CANDIDATES & CATECHUMENS
Each year, at the Easter Vigil
candidates (baptized Christians who
make Profession of Faith and receive
Eucharist and Confirmation) join in
full-communion with the Roman Catholic
Church. The sacraments of Confirmation and
Eucharist should be noted in the parish
Confirmation and Communion books. The
Profession of Faith and date should also be noted
in the Parish Baptismal Register., under the
“Date of Baptism” column. Any subsequent
marriage for the candidate can also then be noted
in the “Remarks” column of Baptismal Register.
The sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist and
Confirmation should also be properly entered in
the appropriate sacramental registers for
catechumens (the non-baptized) who join the
Church at Easter. Contact Debra Lieberg:
[email protected]; 715-394-0240.
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CATHOLIC GIFT ANNUITIES NOW AVAILABLE
FOR SCHOOL/PARISH SUPPORT
The Department of Development is excited to now
be able to offer parishioners the opportunity to
participate in a Catholic Gift Annuity Program
through Catholic Extension. As a “Mission
Diocese” this new program will give the diocese
the ability to offer donors an easy way to leave a
legacy while receiving fixed income for life. As a
service to the Diocese, Catholic Extension will
handle all the administration of the annuity that
ultimately benefits the diocese, parish, school or
ministry of the donor's choice. Contact Steve
Tarnowski, Dir. of Development: 715-394-0223,
[email protected]
WISCONSIN DEATH
DIOCESE OF MADISON
Rev. George William Fox,
age 85, died February 28, 2015.
Grant him eternal rest, O Lord,
and may perpetual light shine
on him forever. Amen.
HAPPY EASTER!
FROM THE STAFF AT THE DIOCESE OF SUPERIOR
CATHOLIC
DIOCESE OF SUPERIOR
Chancery Bulletin Supplement
April 1, 2015
1. From the Bishop’s Office
The National Catholic Bioethics Center
Ethics and Medics –April 2015
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Word of Life –April 2015/May 2015
Confirmation Scheduling for Spring 2015
2. From the Office of the Chancellor
Monthly Calendar of Events –April/May 2015
WI Pastoral Handbook Changes
WI Pastoral Handbook Updates Form
April/May Clergy Prayer Calendars
Wedding Jubilee Celebration
3. From the Office of Catholic Formation
Successful Adult Formation Flyer
The Quickening
4. From the Office of Marriage, Families & Youth Ministry
High School Leadership Training
5. From the Office of Worship
SDCCW: Many Faces of Mary
March 27, 2015
Word of Life
April 2015
Intercessions for Life
April 5th
Easter Sunday
For those who suffer:
may they find their strength
in the hope of the Resurrection;
We pray to the Lord:
April 12th
Divine Mercy Sunday
For those who feel alone in their grief following an abortion:
may they come to understand and experience
the Lord's mercy and healing;
We pray to the Lord:
April 19th
Third Sunday of Easter
That the Holy Spirit may continually inspire
our words and actions to build up of a culture of life;
We pray to the Lord:
April 26th
Fourth Sunday of Easter
For all people:
may we realize our own God-given dignity,
as well as the dignity of others;
We pray to the Lord:
Word of Life April 2015
Bulletin Briefs
“Every child, at every age of development, brings us God’s smile and invites us to recognize that life is his gift, a gift
to be welcomed with love and preserved with care always and at every moment.”
— 2009-10 Respect Life Program Flyer, USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life
Activities
“I pray that at every level a general commitment to support the family will reappear and be strengthened,
so that today too—even amid so many difficulties and serious threats—the family will always remain, in
accordance with God’s plan, the ‘sanctuary of life’.”
— Pope Saint John Paul II, The Gospel of Life (Evangelium Vitae, no. 6)
© 1995 Libreria Editrice Vaticana. Used with permission.
“Human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception.”
— Catechism of the Catholic Church, No. 2270
CCC, second edition © 2001 LEV-USCCB. Used with permission.
“[T]he pro-life position is often misunderstood as neither showing compassion to mothers nor caring
about the children after they are born. This is unfortunate. … Those who see a lack of compassion from
pro-lifers may not be aware of the many resources and compassionate care available to women facing
unplanned pregnancies. … [Crisis pregnancy] centers exist to provide warm and caring environments for
mothers and families who find themselves with an unexpected pregnancy.”
— Life Issues Forum: Racing Toward a Culture of Life
(www.bit.ly/RacingToward)
Mary Prentis, USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities
“What joy fills My Heart when you return to Me. Because you are weak, I take you in My arms and carry
you to the home of My Father.” (Diary, 1486)
— © Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the B.V.M. Used
with permission.
Life, Marriage and Religious Liberty.
Visit www.usccb.org/pray. Join the Movement!
Copyright © 2015, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC. All rights reserved.
Word of Life
Intercessions for Life
May 3rd
May 2015
Fifth Sunday of Easter
For families facing a serious illness:
May the Lord provide for their needs
and inspire those around them
to serve and support them in love;
We pray to the Lord:
May 10th
Sixth Sunday of Easter
For mothers:
That they may be strengthened in bringing
the life-giving love of Christ
to their children and to the world;
We pray to the Lord:
May 17th
Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord/
Seventh Sunday of Easter
For the most vulnerable among us—
the unborn, persons with disabilities, the poor, the sick, and those near death:
May their unique gifts be recognized,
and may we treat them as the gifts that they are;
We pray to the Lord:
May 24th
Pentecost Sunday
For all people:
May the Holy Spirit lead us to a deeper
understanding and appreciation for the gift of every person’s life;
We pray to the Lord:
May 31st
The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
For married couples:
May their love for each other reflect the love of God
and inspire those around them to love selflessly;
We pray to the Lord:
Word of Life may 2015
Bulletin Briefs
“If someone who has worldly means sees a brother in need and refuses him compassion, how can the love
of God remain in him?”
— 1 John 3:17 (NABRE © 2010 CCD. Used with permission.)
“No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.”
— John 15:13 (NABRE © 2010 CCD. Used with permission.)
“When God created each of us, He did so with precision and purpose, and He looks on each of us with
love that cannot be outdone in intensity or tenderness. Moreover, the Lord invites each of us to behold
ourselves and each other with the same wonder and awe.”
— 2014-15 Respect Life Program flyer,
USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities (http://bit.ly/2014Flyer)
“Pope Francis has captivated the world with his humility, warmth and compassion for each person. Vivid
accounts of his tenderness for “the least of these”—the elderly, the imprisoned, those with disfiguring
disabilities, the unborn, and many more—seize our attention. Why? At the heart of each of these
interactions is a truth which resonates in our hearts, revealing to us something essential to understanding
ourselves and our purpose. We are loved.”
— 2014 Respect Life Month statement, Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley,
O.F.M. Cap., Chairman, USCCB Committee on Pro-Life Activities
(http://bit.ly/2014RLP)
“For you did not receive a spirit of slavery to fall back into fear, but you received a spirit of adoption,
through which we cry, ‘Abba, Father!’”
— Romans, 8:15 (NABRE © 2010 CCD. Used with permission.)
Life, Marriage and Religious Liberty.
Visit www.usccb.org/pray. Join the Movement!
Copyright © 2015, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC. All rights reserved.
Confirmation Schedule Spring 2015
PARISH(ES)
DAY
DATE
TIME
Hammond – St. Mary’s I/C
Saturday
February 14
7:00 p.m.
Ashland – Our Lady of the Lake w/ Sunday
Dauby – St. Peter
April 19
10:00 a.m.
Spooner – St. Francis de Sales w/
Sarona – St. Catherine
Shell Lake – St. Joseph
Sunday
April 19
10:00 a.m.
River Falls – St. Bridget
Sunday
April 19
11:00 a.m.
Hudson – St. Patrick
Sunday
April 19
2:00 p.m.
Washburn – St. Louis
Saturday
April 25
5:00 p.m.
Phillips – St. Therese of Lisieux
Wednesday
April 29
7:00 p.m.
Superior – St. Francis Xavier w/
Friday
Superior – Cathedral/Christ the King
May 1
7:30 p.m.
Glidden – Most Precious Blood
Saturday
May 2
4:00 p.m.
Sayner – St. Mary
Sunday
May 3
9:00 a.m.
Rib Lake – Good Shepherd
Sunday
May 3
9:00 a.m.
Woodruff – Holy Family
Saturday
May 9
4:00 p.m.
Medford – Holy Rosary w/
Sunday
Whittlesey – Our Lady/Perpetual Help
May 10
11:00 a.m.
Osceola – St. Joseph w/
Somerset – St. Anne
Farmington – Assumption/BVM
May 13
7:00 p.m.
Park Falls – St. Anthony w/
Friday
Butternut – Immaculate Conception
May 15
6:30 p.m.
Hurley – St. Mary/Seven Dolors w/ Saturday
Saxon – St. Ann
May 16
4:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Updated: 3/17/2015
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
DIOCESE OF SUPERIOR
April 2015
CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH
NEW FEATURE:
Click on event for more
information and link.
Thursday
04/02/15
HOLY THURSDAY: Easter Triduum Begins
Friday
04/03/15
GOOD FRIDAY
Chancery Closed
Sunday
04/05/15
EASTER SUNDAY
NBC: The Bible 7pm
Monday
04/06/15
Chancery Closed
Tuesday
Thursday
04/07/15
04/09/15
NCEA CONFERENCE
Location: Orlando, FL
Contact Peggy Schoenfuss; [email protected]; 715-234-5044
Wednesday
04/08/09
CATHOLICS AT THE CAPITOL
Friday
Saturday
04/10/15
04/11/15
SCHOOL OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP
Topic: Ritual, Tradition and Celebration
Location: St. Anthony Church, Tony
Contact Chris Newkirk: [email protected]; 715-394-0204
Sunday
04/12/15
DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
Friday
Saturday
04/17/15
04/18/15
LAY LEADER OF PRAYER ONGOING FORMATION WORKSHOP
Contact Paul Birch: [email protected]; 715-394-0233
Wednesday
04/22/15
EARTH DAY
Thursday
04/23/15
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY
Topic: Continuous Change: Leading People Through It;
Not Just Surviving It
Location: St. Joseph Church, Hayward
Contact Chris Newkirk: [email protected]; 715-394-0204
Friday
Sunday
04/24/15
04/26/15
HIGH SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TRAINING
Special Guest: Doug Tooke; Diocese of Helena
Location: Crossroads Camp Mason WI
Contact Megan Noll: [email protected]; 715-234-5044
Saturday
04/25/15
LAY MINISTRY ENRICHMENT (Session 2 of 3)
Topic: Exploring Major Themes of Catholic Social Teaching
Location: St. Anthony Church, Tony
Contact Chris Newkirk: [email protected]; 715-394-0204
Sunday
04/26/15
CATHOLIC HOME MISSIONS APPEAL
Contact Steve Tarnowski: [email protected]; 715-394-0223
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS
Tuesday
04/28/15
Thursday
04/30/15
PRINCIPAL MEETING
Location: St. Francis de Sales, Spooner
PRINCIPAL MEETING
Location: Nativity of Our Lord, Rhinelander
Contact Peggy Schoenfuss: [email protected]; 715-234-5044
March 27, 2015
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
DIOCESE OF SUPERIOR
May 2015
Month of Blessed Mother, Mary
NEW FEATURE:
Click on event for more
information and link.
Saturday
05/02/15
9am-5pm
MARIAN DAY RETREAT
Location: St. Anthony de Padua, Tony
Contact Sharon Thomas: [email protected]; 715-748-5824
Tuesday
05/05/15
11:00 am
YEAR OF CONSECRATED LIFE CELEBRATION
Location: St. Anthony Parish, Tony
Contact Sr. Phyllis Wilhelm, OSF: [email protected]; 715-292-6082
Thursday
05/07/15
SPRING MEETING FOR PARISH LIFE REPRESENTATIVES
Contact Debra Lieberg: 715-394-0240; [email protected]
Sunday
05/10/15
MOTHER’S DAY
Monday
05/11/15
WORLD DAY FOR VOCATIONS
Thursday
05/14/15
PCLEADERSHIP DAY
Location: St. Anthony de Padua, Tony
Contact Peggy Schoenfuss: [email protected]; 715-234-5044
Friday
05/15/15
FEAST DAY OF SAINT ISIDORE THE FARMER,
PATRON SAINT OF FARMERS
Sunday
05/17/1505/21/15
NCCL CONFERENCE
Location: Buffalo, NY
Contact Peggy Schoenfuss: [email protected]; 715-234-5044
Sunday
05/17/15
SOLEMNITY OF THE LORD’S ASCENSION
Replaces the 7th Sunday of Easter
Sunday
05/17/15
12pm-4pm
EXTREME FAITH CAMP TRAINING
Location: Our Lady of Lourdes, Dobie WI
Contact Megan Noll: [email protected]; 715-234-5044
Sunday
05/24/15
SOLEMNITY OF PENTECOST
Conclusion of the Easter Season
Monday
05/25/15
WORLD JUSTICE AND PEACE (MEMORIAL DAY)
Special Day of Prayer in Diocese of Superior
*CHANCERY OFFICE CLOSED
Friday
Friday
05/29/1506/05/15
TOTUS TUUS TRAINING
Location: Winona, MN
Contact Megan Noll: [email protected]; 715-234-5044
Sunday
05/31/15
SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST HOLY TRINITY
March 27, 2015
WISCONSIN PASTORAL HANDBOOK CHANGES
Additions/Changes
April 2015
The following underlined sections are changes to the 2015 Wisconsin Pastoral Handbook;
Red = Delete, Green = Add, Blue = Change
F-24
Fraher, Rev. Leonard W.
715-246-7855
9459 Kirkwood Way North, Maple Grove, MN 55369
Delete
Change
F-31
Stefancin, Joseph F.
227 E. South Street, Medford, 54451
Change
(change from W. to E.)
March 24, 2015
WISCONSIN PASTORAL HANDBOOK UPDATES
Please look over information pertaining to your parish, school and/or organization in the Superior section of the WI Pastoral Handbook and update
any changes by using the table below. Please print clearly. Note: Email addresses are not included in the handbook unless submitted by you. Send
this form with the changes by May 15, 2015, to Debra Lieberg, Chancellor, via fax: 715-392-2015, email: [email protected]; or USPS:
Debra Lieberg, Diocese of Superior, P.O. Box 969, Superior, WI 54880. Changes are sent to Milwaukee in June (and again in the fall) to assist in the
publication of the 2016 WI Pastoral Handbook. Any changes that occur during the summer months can be sent when they occur. This form will be
included on the diocesan website and will also be included in the August bulletin for any further changes. Contact Debra Lieberg:
715-394-0240; [email protected] Thank you!
Parish or Organization
Name & Address
Handbook
Page #
Type of Correction
Circle or underline the
action to be taken
Delete Add
Change
Delete Add
Change
Delete Add
Change
Delete Add
Change
Delete Add
Change
Delete Add
Change
Description of Change
Comments:
PERSON COMPLETING THIS FORM: Phone: 715Print Name:
Email:
Signature:
March 10, 2014
March 10, 2014
DIOCESE OF SUPERIOR
CELEBRATES
WEDDING JUBILEES
If your 2015 wedding anniversary is one of the following*,
please join the Very Rev. James Powers,
Diocesan Administrator, and also other couples in celebrating.
*other years will be considered
WHEN:
Saturday, July 25, 2015
TIME:
11:00 a.m. Mass
12:30 p.m. Catered Lunch
WHERE:
Cathedral of Christ the King,
Superior, WI
CONTACT YOUR PARISH OFFICE FOR DETAILS.
Our lives are intertwined forever, blessed in faith,
filled with compassion, understanding and love.
May 14, 2015
9:30 AM — 4:00 PM
Successful Adult
Formation Beyond
Bible Study
For Parish Catechetical Leaders and Others who
Minister to Adult Formation
St. Anthony de Padua Parish Hall
N5323 Maple Street
Tony, Wisconsin 54563
Janet Schaeffler, O P
is a Dominican Sister of
Adrian,
MI.
She
currently
accompanies
others on their faith
journey through days of
reflection,
parish
missions, workshops and adult faith
formation opportunities. She teaches
online courses for C21 at Boston College
and the Virtual Learning Center for
Faith Formation at the University of
Dayton. Janet is a member of the NCCL
Adult Faith Formation Committee. She
has authored hundreds of articles and
several publications in catechetical and
parish ministry and writes the monthly
Gospel reflections for Take-Out: Family
Faith on the Go and was a team member
of authors who wrote the Leader’s Guide
for Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us.
Please Register at
[email protected]
- OR - 715-234-5044
BY MAY 1
Sponsored by: The Diocese of Superior Department of
Catholic Formation and Our Sunday Visitor. Katy Maier
OSV Representative will be present to share resources.
Another Story Begins
Do not withhold your mercy from me, Lord; may your love and faithfulness always protect me. Psalm 40:11

Make new friends
Bring forgiveness and healing
to friends and family in
prayer and action
Develop listening skills
Dealing with special needs in

friendships—loneliness,
confession of sins and more
Mass, Confession & Adoration
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HI G H S CHOO L LE ADE RS ( G RAD E S 9 -1 2 )
All are called to share the story of Jesus. This means that family and
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friends are meant to be part of this incredible journey of faith. At times,
the story is not easy. Jesus encountered pain, suffering and joy! Relationships require forgiveness, mercy and tenderness. Like Jesus, faith leaders
can provide healing to the broken-hearted and compassion to the lonely.
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This leadership training will focus on how to witness to hope!
I knew I wanted to be like them: a committed disciple
“ who
works to build the Kingdom of Heaven on earth.”
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Doug Tooke is the Director of Catholic Formation Services at
the Diocese of Helena and the owner of Monarch Catholic
Ministries. With Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Philosophy
and Theology and a Masters in Pastoral Ministry he has over
twenty years of professional ministry experience. He has
traveled to over 75 Diocese in the past 14 years teaching, keynoting conventions, and training youth ministers. He has spoken
at World Youth Day, NCYC, NCCYM and continues to serve
as a leader in the field. He is blessed by his wife Becky and
five daughters Mederise, Lilian, Joelle, Ainsley & Gwendolyn.
April 24-26, 2015
Crosswoods Camp
$110/person for food, lodging & training
Diocese of Superior
315 W. 5th St. PO Box 280
Haugen, WI 54841
www.catholicdos.org
For registration materials, please contact Megan at
[email protected] or call 715-234-5044.
*Parishes required to send chaperones for interested youth.
SUPERIOR DIOCESAN COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN
SUPERIOR DIOCESAN CHORALE AND OFFICE OF WORSHIP
PRESENTS
The Many Images of Mary
Our time together will consist of discussing how various
images of Mary in art and literature magnify our understanding of who
the Mother of our Lord can be for modern women. A guided meditation
will help lead us into the heart of Mary, so we can respond with a YES to the
Holy Spirit’s desire to reside within us, so that our spirits, like Mary’s, can
“soar on the wings of our Lord.”
A Retreat Day of Spirituality and Fun
Saturday, May 2, 2015
St. Anthony de Padua
N5323 Maple Street – Tony, Wisconsin 54563
Agenda:
8:30 – 9:00
Registration & Hospitality (free will offering)
Social Hall
9:00 – 9:15
Opening Prayer
Church
Welcome
SDCCW President Gayle Johnson
Parish CCW President Kathleen Clay
9:15 – 10:30
Keynote Presentation
Lee Ann Niebuhr
10:30 – 10:35
Break
10:35 – 11:25
Confession or Ribbon Cross Craft
The Many Images of Mary
Church and Social Hall
11:25 – 11:30-Break
11:30 – 1:00
Crowning of Mary Ceremony and Mass – Diocesan Chorale
1:00 – 1:30
Lunch
Social Hall
1:30 – 2:00
Message from Fr. Gerard Spiritual Advisor
Church
2:00 – 2:15
Living Rosary
Sr. Cecilia Fandel
Church
2:15 – 2:30
Litany of Loretto
Lucille Brandner
Church
2:30 – 2:40
Closing Prayer
Gayle Johnson
Church
Mass Celebrants: Fr. Chris Kemp and Fr. Gerard Willger
Our Lady of Good Counsel