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St. Francis of Assisi - CATHOLIC CHURCH
4556 Telegraph Road, St. Louis, MO 63129
Phone (314) 487-5736 www.sfastl.org
Rev. Anthony R. Yates
Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Conor M. Sullivan
Associate Pastor
[email protected]
St. Francis of Assisi Parish
Parish Staff Directory
4556 Telegraph Road
Phone (314) 487-5736 Fax (314) 487-3701
www.sfastl.org
[email protected]
Rectory Hours 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (closed noon - 12:30)
Pastoral Staff
Al Ecker
Deacon
[email protected]
Russ Fink
Deacon
[email protected]
Bill Sinak
Deacon
[email protected]
Tammy Chumley
Coordinator of [email protected]
Evangelization /
Youth Minister
Mary Anne Hertling Music Director
Adult
Choir Director
Scott Sedovic
[email protected]
(314) 221-1860
Parish Staff
Cathy Nicholson
Business
Manager
[email protected]
Pam Kemlage
Administrative
Assistant
[email protected]
Renee Angeli
Child Safety
Coordinator
[email protected]
Parish School & Preschool
4550 Telegraph Road
Phone (314) 487-5736 ext 121 Fax (314) 416-7118
D. Gregory Sturgill
Mary Ann Batisto
Principal
School Secretary
[email protected]
[email protected]
Parish School of Religion
Melissa Baker Coordinator of
Religious Education
[email protected]
ext 125
Preschool and Extended Care
Elaine Dyn
Preschool Secretary
[email protected]
ext 132
Facility requests: [email protected]
Bulletin requests due Monday at noon to
[email protected]
Celebration of the Holy Mass
Saturdays
Sundays
8:00 am 4:30 pm
7:00 am 9:00 am
10:30 am 12:00 pm
Weekdays
Monday-Friday 6:00 am
8:00 am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays:
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
5:30 pm until all are heard
St. Anthony Devotions
Tuesday after the 6:00 am and 8:00 am Mass.
Eucharistic Adoration
Monday through Thursday
9:00am to 5:00pm
9:00am to 10:00 pm; Friday from
Sacrament of Baptism
Attendance at a Baptismal Preparation Class is required prior to
Baptism. Classes are held the 1st Thursday of the month in the
Rectory Meeting Room. Please call the rectory or visit our website to
register.
Sacrament of the Eucharist and Confirmation
For those who have been baptized Catholic or wish to enter the Catholic Church, sessions in the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults) is required. For more information contact Jean Ameduri
(314) 487-2216.
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
If you or a loved one is seriously sick and would like a visit from one
of the parish priests, please call the rectory to request a visit. Due to
privacy laws, hospitals no longer call to notify churches of
parishioners who are ill so we need to be notified by a family member.
Sacrament of Marriage
The Archdiocesan Preparation Program requires a minimum of six
months before your expected wedding date for spiritual study,
instruction and discussion. Contact the rectory office to begin your
preparation.
Sacrament of Holy Orders and Vowed Religious Life
If you are interested in learning more about a vocation to the
priesthood or consecrated life, please contact one of the parish priests
or the Archdiocesan Vocations Office at stlvocations.org
Holy Communion for the homebound
Anyone in our parish who is homebound who would like to receive
Holy Communion please contact Deacon Al Ecker at 314-487-4602 to
make arrangements.
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL SOCIETY:
HELP LINE; (314) 289-6101
Ext 2232
Welcome to Our Visitors
If you are new to the area, we look forward to meeting you personally. We pray that through our worship, you may experience the depth
of God’s love for us. To become a member, please e-mail the rectory office at [email protected] or register online at
www.sfastl.org (click on the welcome tab and select “register”). We hope that you find a home here among friends who pray together,
work together and play together.
If you have not been active in the practice of the Catholic Faith, we encourage you to return. If you would like to speak with someone on
the parish staff, please do not hesitate to contact any one of us.
If a previous marriage has kept you from receiving the Sacraments, we invite you to contact one of the priests. In many cases we can
work with you toward a favorable solution so you can again receive the Sacraments in the Catholic Church.
January 18th, 2015
2ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Respect Life Events
This year marks the 42nd anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision that legalized abortion virtually on demand in the United
States. Thousands from the St. Louis Archdiocese are expected to attend the annual March for Life Thursday, January 22, in
Washington, D.C. Approximately 2,000 young people will go to the March for Life as part of the Office of Youth Ministry's
Generation Life pilgrimage January 21-25. A number of teens from our parish will be in attendance as well. The trip includes
special programming, including Mass with Archbishop Carlson. A live blog of events will be at blog.stlouisreview.com/genlifestl.
Also be sure to follow @genlifestl on Twitter and Instagram and on the Youth Ministry Office's Facebook page at
www.facebook.com/genlifestl.
The U.S. bishops have announced a "9 Days for Life" novena January 17-25 to encourage
nationwide solidarity in prayer for daily intentions, including for couples experiencing
infertility, those mourning the loss of a child through abortion, children in need of adoptive
homes, and for an end to abortion and use of the death penalty. Individuals can join by
mobile app, text message or email.
For those not able to make it to the march, the Respect Life Apostolate and Office of Young Adult Ministry will hold a Young
Adult Pro-Life Holy Hour and Rosary at 7 p.m. January 22 at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. A gathering will be held
afterward in Boland Hall.
I am grateful for the efforts of our parish’s Pro-Life Committee. They do wonderful work to help keep us informed on life issues
and reminding us of our call to constantly pray. On Thursday, January 22 our parish will observe the National Day of Prayer for the
Protection of Unborn Children at the morning Masses.
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
This coming week, we also observe a week of prayer for unity. Each year during this time, as Christians
deeply committed to Christian unity, we pray in a special way with Jesus who prayed “that they may be
one” (John 17:22).
The theme for this year’s observance is, “Jesus said to her, ‘Give me a drink’” All are invited to join in the
ecumenical prayer service for Christian Unity at St. Justin the Martyr Parish, 11910 Eddie and Park Road,
Sunset Hills, MO. Fr. Leobardo Almazan, OP, Prior of St. Dominic Priory will be the preacher.
May we always keep in mind that this parish exists to give glory to God in all we do and for each one of us to be sanctified in our
lives.
Have a great week! St. Francis of Assisi, pray for us.
Join us as we discuss chapter 3 of
"Four Signs of a
Dynamic Catholic".
There will be two opportunities for
discussion.
Choose the time that best suits
your schedule!
Monday, January 26 @ 8:45 am in
the rectory meeting room
Thursday, January 29 @ 7:00 pm
in the rectory meeting room
Our Lady Fa ma Statue
Please consider honoring the
Blessed Mother by having Our
Lady of Fa ma Statue in your
home for one week. It is very
simple, no one comes to your
home, and it is a wonderful
way to show your love for Mary
and ask for her blessings. For
informa on or to schedule a week in February call
Chris Cuneo at 846-4439.
Jan
18-25
Uding Family
894-9786
Jan
25 - Feb 1
MaryAnn Meurer
894-7793
WELCOME TO ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI
From the pen of Fr. Sullivan……..
Did you know?
Next weekend I will be away, marching for life in Washington DC with hundreds of thousands from around the country. Since
Roe v. Wade, tens of millions of unborn children have been legally murdered in our country. To date, the estimate of legal
abortions is around 57 million. The population of the entire United States is 316 million. That means about 15% of our
overall population in the United States has been aborted. No genocide, no holocaust, no mass killing has ever come close to
that number in the recorded history of the world.
The most curious aspect of this pro-life vs. pro-abortion (pro-death) debate is the fact that pro-lifers are frequently labeled
as illogical, bible thumping, and irrational. However, we can argue against abortion without ever talking about our religion.
Here is the line of logic: The fertilized egg is human. (This is pure scienti ic fact—the zygote, the embryo, the fetus… at every
stage the baby in the womb is human. It simply cannot grow into anything other than a human being.) The fertilized egg is
alive. (Once again, pure scienti ic fact—the cells begin dividing/reproducing on their own, with a completely unique genetic
structure). If something is both alive and human, does that not make it a human life? Then the question is: “When is it ever
acceptable to take an innocent human life?” The answer is simple: never. So, you can prove that abortion is wrong without
ever appealing to religion.
I have never received a satisfying response to this line of logic from someone who is pro-abortion. If you happen to hear a
good response yourselves, please share it with me!
Who knew?
DynamicCatholic,Alive!–WhatisPrayer?
Prayer is, irst and foremost, a heartfelt
conversation and living relationship with God.
“Whether we realize it or not, prayer is the
encounter of God’s thirst with ours. God thirsts
that we may thirst for Him” (CCC, 256). Prayer is
the irst essential element of a serious spiritual
formation process. “There is no substitute for a
daily commitment to prayer” (Archbishop
Carlson). How does your prayer life stand right
now? archstl.org/dynamic
MarriageChallenges?Retrouvaille
(a French word meaning rediscovery)
Is a program to help couples heal & renew their marriages
that offers tools needed to rediscover a loving marriage
relationship. It has helped thousands of couples with
marital problems & crises, even couples who are separated
and divorced. The next program begins with the weekend
of February 6-8, 2015.
For further information, call 1-800-470-2230
Or visit www.HelpOurMarriage.com.
LIGHTHOUSEMEDIAKIOSK
The new Lighthouse Media Kiosk in the main vestibule
is illed with CDs and books to help you build,
strengthen and share the faith! These are timely topics
from some of today’s bestselling Catholic authors like
Dr. Scott Hahn and Fr. Michael Gaitley. Pick up a CD
for your drive to work and pass it on to evangelize a
friend or family member. Suggested donations are
only $3 (CD), $4 (book), or $2 (booklet). Titles are set
to change monthly so don’t wait—now’s the time to
make this a great year for growing the faith!
NamingandCommendationCeremony
Fr. Brian Fallon will celebrate Mass and offer a Naming and
Commendation Rite for infants who died before birth. The
Rite provides for the claiming of the child and
commendation of the child to the loving mercy of God. The
Rite is intended to place the infant's death in the context of
faith and offer prayers and support to those grieving the
loss of the child. Any family who would like to participate in
the Naming & Commendation ceremony is asked to contact
Jeannine at 314.293.0670.
Queen of All Saints
6603 Christopher Drive
St. Louis, MO 63129
The Rectory Office will be closed on Monday January 19th in honor of Dr. Mar n Luther King , Jr.
Adora on Chapel will also be closed.
School will not be in session and there will not be PSR that evening.
Thursday, January 22nd & Friday, January 23rd there will be a communion service at 6:00 a.m.
January
18th,
2015
November
16th,
2014
2ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI SCHOOL
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
2015-2016 Kindergarten Registration is scheduled for Monday,
January 26th and Tuesday, January 27th, from 7:00 until 11:30
AM in the School Office Conference Room. A baptismal
certificate and a birth certificate are requested at time of
registration. The age of admission policy for kindergarten states
that a child must be age 5 no later than August 1, 2015.
Kindergarten testing dates and information will be provided at
this time. All students entering kindergarten are required to
receive a physical and furnish up-to-date immunization records
prior to the first day of school.
Alive in Christ 2015
Applications
Applications will be accepted
beginning January 26, 2015 for
the 2015 Alive in Christ
Scholarship Program. St. Francis of Assisi School will have
available the application beginning Sunday, January 25, 2015
at the open house from 10 a.m. until noon. Alive in Christ
scholarships provide inancial assistance to families who
would like their children to attend a Catholic elementary
school in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. Scholarship award
amounts are based upon inancial need and will be awarded
on a irst come, irst serve basis.
The program is open to families with new students entering
Kindergarten through 4th grade or Catholic families with students currently attending an Archdiocesan elementary
school. Applications will be available at your school of ice or
online at www.archstl.org//ttef beginning January 25, 2015.
For more information please call Laura George at 314-7927735 or [email protected]
ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI
PRESCHOOL & PRE–K
REGISTRATION FOR 2014/15
SFA Preschool is a comprehensive, early childhood
facility that is dedicated to providing children and
parents with quality education and services provided
by a loving staff.
We offer 2, 3, and 5 day programs as well as extended
care until 6:00 p.m. daily. Classes are open to all
children who have their 3rd birthday by August 31st , 2015,
and are toilet trained.
We are very proud of our preschool and would love
to give you a tour! You can visit us at sfastl.org or contact
Mrs. Elaine Dyn at 314-487-5736 ext. 132, or [email protected]
CatholicFamilyTuitionAssistance
Any Catholicfamily wishing to apply for tuition assistance
through the Archdiocese for the 2015-2016 school year
must submit a “FACTS” application. You may apply online
at https://online.factsmgt.com/aid .
Students must attend an Archdiocesan or Parochial
Elementary School or an Archdiocesan or Parochial High
School to be eligible. The due date for the application is
March 15, 2015 an d must include a copy of your
2013 Income Tax Return and 2014 W2’s.
TheCatholicEducationCenterappreciatethesupport
oftheACAandallofitsdonors.
WELCOME TO ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI
Fabulous St. Francis
Fish Fry Crew
Be A Part of The Fabulous St. Francis Fish Fry Crew
Please bring your time and talents and be part of the
Parish Fish Fries. We need workers for: Food
Prep, setting up, serving and cleaning up. All help is
welcome and appreciated.
Dates are Feb 18th, Feb 20th, Feb 27th, March 6th, March
13, March 20, March 27, and April 3rd.
Contact Margaret Hunt [email protected] or
618.531.4547 to sign up or for more information.
TWENTY AND THIRTY SOMETHINGS
New Year’s resolution to volunteer? The
Society of St. Vincent De Paul offers a
variety of opportunities for your adults, including:
•
Home visitation of the needy through 140
chapters, to provide food, rent, and utility
assistance.
•
Three young adult chapters, in Soulard, South
Grand, and Midtown.
•
Five area thrift stores and eighty food pantries.
For details, please contact Bryan Kirchoff
[email protected] or (314) 640-4366.
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Pro-Life Meeting
Pro-Life is a ministry of continued prayer, sacrifice and
action. We will be meeting on Tuesday Jan 20th, that’s
this Tuesday, in the rectory conference room at 7:30. All
are welcome and needed. Please keep the pro-life
ministry in your daily prayers.
Contact: Jan Whitman (618) 281-2119 or
[email protected]
SilverwareNeeded
St. Francis of Assisi cafeteria is in need of silverware. If you
have any forks or spoons you would be willing to part with
the cafeteria would gladly take them. Forks and spoons can
be dropped off at the school or rectory.
Next Sunday
Jan 25th
is Donut Sunday!
Please join us
in the parish center
for food and fellowship
after the 7am, 9am & 10:30am Masses.
ATTENTION RACE FANS!
Start your engines and Race down to
SFA Cub Scouts, Pack 647
PINE WOOD DERBY
Sunday, February 8, 2015
11:30 a.m.
St. Francis of Assisi Parish Center
Bring your past Derby cars to enter in the
Classic Car Show.
Chili Cook Off and Pot Luck will be served.
An exciting afternoon of racing is guaranteed.
Just a Reminder……
Bulletin submissions must be received by noon on the
Monday prior to publication. Please be sure to have your
submissions in by that time in order to be considered for
the bulletin on the following Sunday.
Bulletin submissions can be sent to
[email protected]
January 18th, 2015
2ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Stewardship Reflection
Thank you for your Gi s of Treasure! Weekly Fiscal YTD
Offertory Received
$15,966 $358,586
“Jesus turned and saw them following Offertory Received-Electronic
$6,772 $109,120
him and said to them, ‘What are you Christmas offertory
$15,033 $18,788
looking for?’” – John 1:38
Vo ve Offerings
$93
$3,116
$2,792 $11,277
What are you looking for? Are you Debt Reduc on*
was ng your me looking for the
material comforts of the world? Or, is Total Income
$40,656 $500,887
your heart longing for something deeper that can only be
found by spending me with God? Take me, each day,
Budget Required
$18,721 $486,746
in silence and ask the Lord what it is that He wants you
Over (under) Budget
$21,935 $14,141
to do.
Special Collec ons
T3 Fund
Seminary
Other Collec ons
Families Enrolled in OSV Online Giving
Week ending 1/3/15 (week26)
$767
$5,790
$400
$20,122
186
*Thank you for your dona ons to our
debt reduc on fund. Our current loan
balance is $122,378
2014 Contribu on Statements
2014 Contribu on statements will be available a er all
Masses beginning next weekend. Feel free to stop a er
Mass to pick up your statement. In addi on, we will be
e-mailing statements to those families which we have
e-mails on file. If you prefer to have yours mailed, please
send a self-addressed stamped envelope to the Rectory.
The St. Louis Review Reminder
Sunday TV Mass time change
Effective January 4, 2015, the ION channel is moving our local
Sunday TV Mass to the 5:30 a.m. time slot. The change is due
to an expansion of their entertainment programming schedule.
For up to date information about all Mass options available for
the homebound, please visit archstl.org/mass or call
314.792.7500.
Each year in January, the archdiocese gives all Catholic
households the opportunity to pay for their St. Louis
Review subscrip on by including a special envelope in
their monthly packet. If any household is unable to pay
for their subscrip on, the parish will pick up the cost.
While we are more than happy to provide the Review to
anyone who wants it, we appreciate it if those who are
not in interested in receiving it would let us know by
marking your envelope “Please Cancel”.
Please remember your parish in your will
January 18th, 2015
2ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Life Teen Mass 12:00 noon every
Sunday. All are welcome!
Life Nights/Youth Group events every Sunday 7-9 unless
otherwise noted. All high school teens welcome!
Upcoming Events
January 18th - Luke 18 prep meetings begin 2:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
January 21st –25th Pro Life Pilgrimage to Washington DC.
January 25tth - No Life Night.
Beginning Jan 18 - Feb 22 Luke 18 prep meetings (Life Nights)
will be held on Sundays 2 - 4:30 p.m.
Next Rock Night - January 28th
7-9p.m.
YOUTH CHOIR MEMBERS
Our next practice will be from 3 to 4 on
January 20th. We will be singing at the
10:30 Mass on January 25th.
For more information call
MaryAnne Herling (314) 892-2020.
St. Francis of Assisi Home and School Association is
hosting a trivia night and silent auction on Saturday,
February 21, 2015.
$120.00 for tables of 8.
Price includes 10 rounds of trivia, soda, and one
libation ticket per player. The evening will include
silent and live auctions, attendance prizes, 50/50,
heads or tails, and prizes for top teams.
We are also looking for donations to be used in
auction baskets and attendance prizes. For additional
information or to book a table, please contact Sarah
Della Croce at [email protected] or 845-6356.
Please visit www.sfasports.net for registration
forms, contact information and a calendar of SFA
Athletic Association events/dates.
Buddy Bass Tournament
The annual Tom Ryan buddy bass tournament is now in its
22nd year. The tournament will be held March 21 at the lake of
the Ozarks. Proceeds are used to cover some of the equipment
and uniform cost for our sports programs. The Entry fee is $120
per boat. This includes entry into big bass and it
entitles fisherman to refreshments, barbecue, and a door prize.
The tournament will be launched out of the Red Oak resort.
Entries will be taken until March 15.
Non-fishermen are also welcome to attend. We are looking for
support to help barbecue, help with weigh-in or help with set up
and teardown. For nominal $25 donation any parishioner can
attend. This will entitle you to refreshments barbecue and a
door prize. We also welcome anyone interested in supporting
the tournament by donating items to be used as door prizes.
Please contact John Sokolich at 314-675-8112 or Todd Koepke
at 314-814-1574 for more details. There will also be an
application on the sfasports.net website. Thank you and we look
forward to seeing you there.
White House Retreat for Men
February 2015
Come aside and rest… Mk 6:31 Peace, my gift to You.
The Lord invites us to spend time with Him but our busy
lives can get in the way. The Savior’s words of long ago
call out to us today. But there will always be one more
thing to do, another pressing need that will push Him out
of view. So ‘come with me and rest a while’, the
invitations there for everyone, even those with no time to
spare. It may seem like a sacrifice of time we can’t
afford, but not a moment is wasted when that time is
spent with the Lord. The Lord’s gift of peace is waiting
for you at the Jesuit White House Retreat just off
Christopher Road. The retreat experience is presented in
a format intended to deepen our spiritual outlook and to
help us to manage the stress and doubts of everyday life.
Here you can discover a new basis for a richer, fuller,
faith-centered tomorrow. Join the men of our Parish in
February 2015. Our retreat begins the evening of
Thursday, February 5th and ends after lunch on Sunday,
February 8th.
For more information and to make your reservation
contact: Gene Rosche @ 846-0405, Mike Wigand @
487-0782 or Bill Fulhorst @ 846-3636.
Visit:
www.whretreat.org for photos and more information.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Jan 18th - Jan 25th, 2015
Sun.
1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19; Ps 40:2, 4, 7-10;
1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20; Jn 1:35-42
Mon.
Heb 5:1-10; Ps 110:1-4; Mk 2:18-22
Tues.
Heb 6:10-20; Ps 111:1-2, 4-5, 9, 10c;
Mk 2:23-28
Wed.
Heb 7:1-3, 15-17; Ps 110:1-4; Mk 3:1-6
Thurs
Heb 7:25 -- 8:6; Ps 40:7-10, 17; Mk 3:7-12, or any
of a number of readings for the Day of Prayer
Fri.
Heb 8:6-13; Ps 85:8, 10-14; Mk 3:13-19
Sat.
Heb 9:2-3, 11-14; Ps 47:2-3, 6-9;
Mk 3:20-21
Jon 3:1-5, 10; Ps 25:4-9; 1 Cor 7:29-31;
Mk 1:14-20
Sun.
sfaSCRIP
Sales after 4:30pm, 9am, 10:30am, Noon Masses
Jan 24th & 25th Volunteer Schedule
4:30 p.m.
Henning
9:00 a.m.
Hollemeyer
10:30 a.m.
Volunteer needed
12:00 p.m.
Minnelli
Purchase in stock items at the rectory
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH
SUNDAY, January 18
7:00PM - 9:00PM - Adult Volleyball– Parish Center
7:00PM - 9:00PM - Life Night– Life Teen Space
MONDAY, January 19
Martin Luther King
No School or PSR
Rectory Closed, Adoration Chapel Closed
TUESDAY, January 20
2:45PM - 4:00PM - Girl Scout Troop 839 - Rm 19
2:45PM - 4:00PM - Youth Choir Practice - Church
6:30PM - 8:00PM –Cub Scout Pack Meetings - Rm 6
7:00PM - 9:00PM - Adult Faith Formation Mtg - RMR
7:00PM - 9:15PM - Guitage Practice
7:30PM - 9:00PM - Cotillion - Parish Center
7:30PM - 9:00PM - Pro - Life Committee - RCR
WEDNESDAY, January 21
9:00AM - 10:30AM - Moms in Touch - RMR
4:30PM - 5:00PM - Cheer Practice - Gym
7:00PM - 8:30PM - Boy Scout and Crew Mtgs - Parish Center
7:00PM - 9:00PM - Parish Council - RMR
THURSDAY, January 22
7:00 PM - 9:30PM - Adult Choir Practice - Church
FRIDAY, January 23
3:00PM - 4:30PM - Girl Scout SWAP Event - Parish Center
SATURDAY, January 24
10:00AM - 11:30AM - RCIC Class - RMR
SUNDAY, January 25
7:00AM - 1:00PM - Donut Sunday - Parish Center
10:00AM - 12:00PM - School Open House - School
7:00PM - 9:00PM - Adult Volleyball– Parish Center
Jan 24
4:30PM Mass
Jan 25
7:00AM Mass
Jan 25
9:00AM Mass
Jan 25
10:30AM Mass
Jan 25
12 Noon Mass
Sis Suter
Mary Ann
Hoeynck
Karen Young
R. Niedringhaus
Gloria Haar
Dianne Walsh
A. Jaskiewicz
Tim McGee
Jane Poelzl
Linda Bukowski
Irene Hotop
Ordinary Minister
Deacon Sinak
Pat Rotty
Sue Trokey
Mary Ann Hodits
Marilyn Missey
Judi Yemm
Ordinary Minister
Deacon Fink
Dee Hanewinkel
Jim Hanewinkel
Linda Kohnen
Mark Schomaker
Patricia Rocchio
Ordinary Minister
Deacon Ecker
Angel Bush
Rosemary Nigro
Mary Schmelzle
Cindy Peth
Michael
Rohrbacker
Visiting
Seminarian
Lectors
Polly Fick
Ed Greaving
Henry Schaper
Amy Kramer
Life Teen
Joe Randazzo
Servers
Casey Romine
Sophia Henson
Ellie Henning
Brian Hollemeyer
Kaitlyn Larsen
Dominic Arras
Jessi Crenshaw
James Whitman
Radina Jost
Lexi Bush
Maddy Minnelli
Eric Throm
Cantors
Group Guitage
Adult Choir
Choir Youth
Life Teen
Pat Brusati
Lynn Hennesy
Jan 24 - 25
Schedule
Extraordinary
Ministers
Children’s Catechist
Please pray for the sick in our parish
Art Adams
Joe Adkins
Marina Amato
Ken Baetje
Terri Baldwin
Dennis Banker
Edward Barrett
Nicholas Beck
Pam Bonnot
Rita Boul
Bob Bradley
Dan Bramer
Mike Bridges
Pat Brinkman
Jan Brown
Gertrude Bucher
William Buelt
Chuck Bilicki
Thomas Burke
Linda Candrl
Janet Chatelain
Helen Clark
Joan Colletta
Jane Comerio
Joe Curran
Maryann Czapla
Rosemary Drexler
Etherine Ecker
Eichhorn Family
Barb Elliott
Sofia Grace Evans
Rose Fassler
Kathy Feld
Marcia Freeman
Jim Gahn
Irene Gamble
Brian Gillyon
Lou Gillyon
Dorris Goodhart
John Gruener
Firmin Hanneke
Marcella Harmon
Edward Hausner
Louise Hausner
Frank Johnson
Joe Jonak
Pat Kern
Mary Kloeppel
Steve Kovach
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Tina Lamb
Jeff Lampe
Lillian Lampe
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Judy Lingner
Jerry Lipsinsky
Audrey Loveless
Helen Miller
Brian Nigro
Depaul & Marie Loc
Nguyen
Marie O'Neil
Chris Parrot
Norm Raaf
Maureen Reese
Padlo Romero
Dylan Roslauski
Craig Ryan
Madonna Ryan
Laverne Sauer
Gloria Schaeffer
Barb Schaper
Henry Schaper Sr.
Adele Schmidt
Pat Schroer
Patty Schultz
Don Shaw
Irene Siering
Anna Marie Stallone
Tom Stallone
Sandy Steiger
David Stein
Michael Stork
Elaine Sullivan
Eileen Summers
Michael Suter
Terry Suter
Mary Turner
Rick Vogt
Bill Vonder Haar
Delores Weber
Adele Williams
Mike Yemm
Pondering Life
Since we know that all genetic information needed for an
individual is already in place right at the moment of conception, that young human being, though extremely small and
vulnerable, only needs time to grow. Abortion is really age
discrimination. (Pro Life speaker Stephanie Gray)
is good
Helpers of God’s Precious Infants
Helpers of God’s Precious Infants is an international
ministry committed to maintaining a loving and prayerful
presence outside of abortion mills where God’s children
are put to death. Helpers of God’s precious infants meet
on the 3rd Saturday of every month at the Cathedral
Basilica in St. Louis at 8:00 a.m. for Mass followed by a
Rosary procession to Planned Parenthood.
Please call Jan Whitman at (618) 281-2119 or
[email protected] for more information or carpooling.
Mon.
Jan 19
6:00 am
Mary McPherson
8:00 am
Christine Berger
Tues.
Jan 20
6:00 am
Bob Jansen
8:00 am
Gary Lederle
Wed.
Jan 21
6:00 am
Rich Batisto
8:00 am
Dr. William Boehmer
Thurs.
Jan 22
6:00 am
Communion Service
8:00 am
Mary C. Deschler
Friday
Jan 23
6:00 am
Communion Service
8:00 am
Larry R. Cleveland
Sat.
Jan 24
8:00am
John Rice
4:30pm
Dominick Martise
Sun.
Jan 25
7:00am
Georgia Grace Kluba
9:00am
Christina Miller
10:30am
Rita Gebelein
12:00pm
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Please pray for the safety of the following
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Isaiah Angeli
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Dominic J. Bono
Frank L. Bono
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Anthony R. Combrevis
Jeff Dirks
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Mark Hahn
Lucas Haug
Steven Holdenried, Jr.
Larry Lawson
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Alex Miller
Jacob Noel
Joseph Noel
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Richard Peacock
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Matthew Selvaggio
Jim Shaw
Suzanne Sippel
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