Forming Disciples; Leading All to Christ
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MON-THU 8:00 am-4:00 pm FRI 8:00 am-12:00 pm PARISH REGISTRATION Welcome! If you would like to join our parish, talk to one of our priests, stop by the office, or visit us online, stpatrickwentzville.org/join.
Please keep your contact information current.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK &
Call the office to arrange for anointing for someone who is seriously ill or preparing for surgery. If ill, home- bound, or hospitalized, we can visit upon request.
Please call before setting a date. Preparation takes at least six months.
Celebrated on Saturdays by appointment. Baptismal clas- ses are held by appointment in the rectory meeting room.
You must call the parish office to schedule a baptism or register for class.
RCIA - For adults who wish to become Catholic, contact Cyndi Barclay at 636-332- 9225, ext 234.
MASS INTENTIONS are ac- cepted in the parish office.
SPONSOR FORMS- If you have a Confirmation Spon- sor form or Godparent form that needs to be signed, see Fr. Brian right a#er Mass.
PARISH OFFICE 405 S. Church St.
Wentzville, MO 63385 P—636-332-9225 F—636-887-2055
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701 S. Church St.
Wentzville, MO 63385 P—636-332-9913 F—636-887-2065 firstname.lastname@example.org PASTOR
Rev. Brian Fischer, Ext. 226 email@example.com ASSOC. PASTOR
Rev. George Fitzsimmons, Ext. 223 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Gerson Parra, Ext. 282 email@example.com PERMANENT DEACONS Deacon Bernard Buckman Deacon Kirk Lackas Deacon Pat Rankin SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Jill Gould, Ext. 149 firstname.lastname@example.org PASTORAL ASSOCIATE Rachel Henry, Ext. 1451 email@example.com OFFICE MANAGER
Rebecca Stoehner, Ext. 221 firstname.lastname@example.org SECRETARY
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EVANGELIZATION DIRECTOR Cyndi Barclay, Ext. 234 firstname.lastname@example.org YOUTH MINISTER Jackie Steckel, Ext. 227 email@example.com MUSIC DIRECTOR Carrie Piotrowski, Ext. 777 firstname.lastname@example.org SCRIP COORDINATOR Sarah Norton, Ext. 222 email@example.com COMMUNICATIONS Holly Sanders, Ext. 427 firstname.lastname@example.org SCHOOL DIRECTORY www.stpatrickwentzville.org/
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MAY 30 NO 5 PM MAY 31 9 AM ONLY
There is always something very tender and heart- warming about a kiss.
When someone who loves us offers us a kiss, it sends a clear message that we are valued and special. We occupy a unique place in their lives and have a dis- tinct purpose. Kissing cele- brates the wonder and beauty of human life. In a very powerful way, we are connected, through inti- mate touch, with another human being. With the in- carnation of Christ, God kissed humanity. God, re- vealed so perfectly in Jesus Christ, showed us that we have value and are made in God’s image and likeness.
Mortal human beings radi- ate with the presence of God and are worthy enough to reveal the inti- macy of the Divine Mystery.
The human race is not simply something God cre- ated from a distance but
something special within which God dwells.
It is no wonder then, why the poor hold such an hon- ored place in Jesus’ minis- try. They speak of God’s love and they cry out for the compassion that is due them as children of God.
Justice is about setting re- lationships right because we are all filled with God’s love and have dignity. The human story is understood as a partnership, a true and new covenant, celebrating a love relationship be- tween all of creation and their Creator. It is a story that does not end with the Cross or even the Resurrec- tion. The story finds its happy ending in the Ascen- sion. Our human narrative is still evolving and moving ever more closely toward that day when all will be one in Christ.
Jesus now sits at the right hand of the Father as the Christ of God. In the as- cended state, we see what
we are all meant to be- come and have before us the trans- formed life that
awaits all of creation. The disciples got a glimpse of what this transfiguration would be on the holy mountain and it is an es- sential part of the Good News we are called to pro- claim! Christ, now ascend- ed to the Father, sets our paths straight and gives us a look at what awaits us.
The day-to-day challenges of life o#en find us strug- gling with our incomplete- ness. Today’s celebration gives us the strength to persevere, knowing that we’ll eventually be well.
May our hearts be enlight- ened so that we can know this hope and the surpas- sing greatness of Christ’s power! ©LPi
May 16 - May 23
12:00 PM Pro-Life Mtg SH 6:30 PM Narcotics Anonymous MR
6:00 AM Rise & Praise OLZ 8:15 AM Bible Study MR
9:00 AM Quilters QR
10:00 AM Pro-Life Mtg SH/OLZ 6:30 PMRiver City 4-H Club Mtg
SH 8:30 AM Coffee & Catholicism SH/OLZ 10:00 AM Holy Hour & Rosary AC/OL 10:00 AM Crocheters MR 6:00 PM Soul Sisters SH 7:15 PM Men’s ACTS Core Mtg SH 5:00 PM Reconciliation CH 7:00 PM Revive- Catholicism 101
SH/OL 7:00 PM AA Newcomer MR 8:30 AM Men’s Prayer Group SH
9:00 AM AA MR
4:00 PM Reconciliation CH 7:00 PM Youth Ministry Español SH 6:30 PM Narcotics Anonymous MR
AC Adoration Chapel CA Cafeteria in School CH Church
CR Conference Room in Rectory MR Meeting Room in Rectory
OL Online (F)acebook (Y)ouTube (Z)oom PC Parish Center in School
QR Quilt Room in Rectory SC School
SH Social Hall in Church YR Youth Room in School
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May 9, 2021 Collection Year to Date Budget $ 29,017.00 $ 1,305,765.00 Actual $ 27,765.78 $ 1,225,547.24 Overage Shortage $ 1,251.22 $ 80,217.76
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Your holy service to the Lord touches so many hearts and inspires so
God bless you with peace and joy as you celebrate your birthday
and another year of faithful service to Christ.
Wishing you a birthday filled with God’s blessings, Thanking God for the gift
of your faith-filled life, and Praying that the Holy Spirit
will strengthen you
as you serve the Church.
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Thank you for supporting SVDP throughout the year.
Most Needed Save the Date AUG 19-22 Men’s ACTS
Retreat May 24-29 Mary Martha
Volunteer Work Week
St. Vincent de Paul
The pantry is well- stocked with canned
food at this time.
The following items are most needed.
June 17-20 Women’s ACTS
Retreat 21 Golf Outing
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The Memorial Chalice
One of the time-honored traditions of the Fourth Degree of the Knights of Columbus is the Memorial Chalice and Chalice Ceremony. When a Fourth Degree member in good standing passes away, a chalice is donated in his memory to the religious order or organization of his choosing. The beautiful Chalice Ceremony is conducted as part of the deceased Sir Knight's wake or funeral vigil. A chalice, engraved with the Sir Knight's name, is presented to the fami- ly, used in the memorial Mass, and then delivered to the recipient by representatives of the assembly according to the Sir Knight's wishes.
On May 5, 2021, at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, a chalice presenta- tion was made in honor of Joe Morris to Deacon Marcos Rodriguez, by Wentzville Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Assembly #2620 members Larry Myers and Frank Klaas. Joe was a long-time mem- ber of St. Patrick Parish that passed away on April 4, 2020. He served in the U. S. Air Force for 8 years and was honorably discharged with the rank of Staff Sergeant. He graduated from St. Louis University in 1961 with a BSC in Commerce and was elected to Alpha Sigma Nu and Jesuit Honorary Fraternity. Joe served on the Federal Grand Jury for two years. He was an Oasis Reading Tutor for 15 years and a volunteer at DePaul Hospital and at St. Joseph Hospital at Lake St.
Louis. In 2014 he was awarded the Cardinal Regali Service Award.
4th Degree Assembly #2620 members present a memorial chalice to Deacon Marcos Rodriguez on May 5, 2021.
Offering a Mass for a special intention is a long-standing tradition in the Catholic Church. It is usually considered that special graces are obtained for whom the Mass is said.
Why have a Mass offered?
Simply put, it’s the greatest form of prayer we have available to us on earth. It’s important to remember that once our loved ones have passed away, they can no longer pray for themselves. It’s up to us to keep praying for their souls! And since Mass is one form of pray- er, all of us at Mass are especially praying for that special intention along with the priest.
Who can you offer a Mass for?
It’s a common myth that a Mass may only be requested for the dead. You may request that a Mass be offered in celebration of an anniversary, sacrament, or birthday. A Mass can also be requested for those who are sick or suffering.
How do you request a Mass?
You can call or visit the parish office or send us an email to schedule a time and date. Mass intentions can be scheduled up to one year in advance. Requests will be honored on a first- come, first-serve basis and will be granted as close to the requested date and time as possi- ble. The suggested offering is $10 per intention.
Why are you asked to pay for them?
There is no price tag on a Mass and the person who has made an offering has not "bought a Mass," which is patently impossible. What has happened is that the priest has committed himself to celebrate a Mass according to the intentions of the person making the offering.
The important part is to remember that you are not paying for the graces from God (which are of infinite value and cannot be paid for), but for the material things that are involved with celebrating that particular Mass.
How do you let someone know an intention is scheduled?
You can send a card, text, or email. The parish office does has Mass cards available at no cost.
These look like a greeting or sympathy card but inside there is space to record the time and date of the Mass intention, whom the intention is from, and Fr. Brian signs them. These cards can be given to the living person for whom the Mass is offered or to the family of the deceased.
Where can you find more information?
For specific questions regarding Mass Intentions, contact the parish office at 636-332-9225, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.stpatrickwentzville.org/intentions.
Reflection Question of the Week
In the immediate a#ermath of Jesus’ ascension, and as a means for healing within the group, Peter and the apostles discerned Matthias as the replacement for Judas. What are some areas in your faith life that need healing in order to feel whole? ©LPi
WEEK OF MAY 16 Sunday
Acts 1:1-11/Ps 47:2-3, 6-7, 8- 9 /Eph 1:17-23 or Eph 4:1- 13 or 4:1-7, 11-13/Mk 16:15-20 Monday
Acts 19:1-8/Ps 68:2-3ab, 4-5 acd, 6-7ab [33a]/Jn 16:29-33 Tuesday
Acts 20:17-27/Ps 68:10-11, 20-21 [33a]/Jn 17:1-11a Wednesday
Acts 20:28-38/Ps 68: 29-30, 33-35a, 35bc-36ab [33a]/Jn 17:11b-19
Acts 22:30; 23:6-11/Ps 16:1- 2a and 5, 7-8, 9-10, 11 /Jn 17:20-26
Acts 25:13b-21/Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab [19a]/Jn 21:15-19
Acts 28:16-20, 30-31/Ps 11:4, 5 and 7 [7b]/Jn 21:20-25 Next Sunday
Acts 2:1-11/Ps 104:1, 24, 29- 30, 31, 34 [cf. 30]/1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 or Gal 5:16- 25/Jn 20:19-23 or Jn 15:26- 27; 16:12-15
Sunday: The Ascension of the Lord
Tuesday: St. John I, Pope and Martyr
Thursday: St. Bernardine of Siena, Priest
Friday: St. Christopher Magallanes, Priest, and Com- panions, Martyrs
Saturday: St. Rita of Cascia, Religious
Next Sunday: Pentecost Sunday
Commissioned & Sent
Have you heard the Good News? If you're reading this, chances are you probably have. You've heard the good news that God became man and that Jesus suffered, died, and rose for you, me, and everyone in between. Do you know you're part of it?
This week, we celebrate the Ascension of our Lord. When Jesus ascended into heaven, he gave specific directions to his Apostles. "Go and make disciples of all nations." They listened! They made disciples, who made disciples, who made disciples, who made disciples, on down the centuries. And here we are! So what's next?
The truth is that we're all commissioned and sent. It happened at our baptism, when we were made sharers in this sacred mission of Jesus.
Who will make the next disciples? I hope it's you!
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PSR Parish School of Religion activity SCH Day School activity
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Jill Gould School Principal 636-332-9913 ext. 149 email@example.com Rachel Henry Pastoral Associate 636-332-9913 ext. 1451 firstname.lastname@example.org Jackie Steckel Youth Minister 636-332-9225 ext. 227 email@example.com
FAITH • HOPE • LOVE
School & PSR Websites www.stpatrickwentzville.org/school
www.stpatrickwentzville.org/psr School Office Hours
Monday-Friday 7:00 AM-3:30 PM
R R R R R R
Rell Sharing the Gospel
It was time for Jesus to go back up to heaven. Before he le#, Jesus asked his
friends to tell the whole world the good news. God wanted all people to
be saved from their sins through Je- sus. If people believed in Jesus, God would forgive them, and they could do
great things to help others. If people refused to believe in Jesus, God would
not forgive them, and they would not be saved. God was with Jesus' friends as they shared the good news. It is your turn now. God wants you to tell the world the good news about Jesus.
God will be with you, too. ©LPi
God, help me as I tell people about Jesus.
20 Preschool Last Day SCH 21 Pre-K Last Day SCH 25 8th Gr. Last Day SCH 27 8th Gr. Graduation SCH 28 1st-7th Gr. Last Day
11 AM Dismiss SCH
FOOD INSPECTION St. Charles Co. recently
inspected St. Patrick School cafeteria and
they received a perfect score of
Great job, ladies!
Use the number below each line to find its matching letter in the boxes.
What word describes what happens to Jesus
in Acts 1:9?
Soccer Registration Open
Soccer registration for the fall 2021 season is here! You can register online at
cyosaintcharlesmo/home Cost is $80/player and an additional $25 for non-parishioners. Last day to sign up will be May 31, no exceptions. If you sign
up and decide that your child does not want to play, there will be a $25 charge to
reimburse your fee. This will not be charged if for some reason your child does
not get placed on a team. For questions, email the St. Patrick Athletic Association
Women’s ACTS Retreat
JUNE 17-20, 2021
Join us for the 2021 Women’s ACTS Retreat, June 17-20, Pallottine Re- newal Center. All transportation pro- vided. Cost $255 (financial assistance available). For info, call Joan Hayes, Director, 314-566-6573; Jackie Steckel, Co-Director, 636-795-7907; or Jackie Barclay, Co-Director, 636-299-3717.
acts and click on the link to download the registration form.
Online Giving Upgrade
Our Online Giving through OSV has been upgraded to a newer, easier-to- use platform! If you currently give online, you should have received an email with instructions on how to log into the new system. Best of all, your existing payment and donation infor- mation has been migrated over so you will not have to set up your gi#s again!
Want to give Online Giving a try? Create your new account at osvhub.com/
Novena for Life
Join us in praying A Novena for Life honoring the Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Sign up at respectlife.org/visitation!
LOCATED IN CHAPEL Our media kiosk is stocked with low- cost Catholic re- sources including professionally rec- orded audio presen- tations from the world's best Catholic speakers, Catholic books, informative booklets, pamphlets, and more!
MAY 21-23 & JUNE 10-12
Be sure to visit the Knights Margarita Booth on May 21-23 for Wentzville Days and enjoy a festival of food, drinks, cra# vendors, live music, car- nival, and more. Visit them again at New Melle Fest on June 10-12 for a pageant, kids & adult activities, pa- rade, beer garden, food, and local music.
Mary Martha News
WORK WEEK | MAY 24-29
Volunteers from St. Patrick will once again be needed the week of May 24 to work at Mary Martha Thri# Store.
Workers are needed to sort clothing and house-hold donations, price items, stock shelves, and work as cashiers. We welcome new volunteers!
Also, work hours can count as service hours for students.
Frann Kintz will be calling the regular volunteers this week. If you’d like to get on the schedule, would like more info, or haven’t receive a phone call, contact Frann at 636-332-2747 or visit www.stpatrickwentzville.org/mary martha for info.
Adorers Still Needed
CHAPEL ADORATION HAS RETURNED We are using Adoration Pro, a simple, easy-to-use online scheduling plat- form to sign up for weekly commit- ments as well as a way to sign in. To sign up, simply visit adorationpro.org/
patrickwentzville. Adoration is held Monday through Friday, 7 AM until 8 PM. We still have a few open spots available every week day! Note:
More than one person is able to sign up for the same time slot.
Summer Holiday Masses
MAY 30 & 31 | JUL 4 | SEP 5 & 6 On the Sunday before Memorial Day and Labor Day there is no 5 PM Mass and only 9 AM Mass on the Monday holiday. There is no 5 PM Mass on Sun, July 4 with regular schedule on July 5.
Discover the truth, goodness, and beauty of the Catholic
Church, founded by Jesus Christ 2,000 years ago.
May 20 | 7-8 PM
Led by: Clergy & Staff In Person & Online 1st Thursday – More Than Words 2nd Thursday – School of Prayer 3rd Thursday – Catholicism 101
4th Thursday – Encounter 5th Thursday – Stump the Priest
NO REVIVE - ENCOUNTER THUR, MAY 27
“Do we consider ourselves disciples - ready and prepared to share the
Grow Your Faith
If restrictions keep you from coming to church, we will be happy to bring the Eucharist to you. For communion visit, please call the parish office.
WED, JUNE 2 | 10-11:30 AM Come together to share in the joys and struggles of motherhood with fellow moms from our parish and community. Little ones are welcome to attend. Regis- tration is appreciated but not required. Contact Emily at EmilyHughes.Mo
WEDNESDAYS | 6 PM | SH Soul Sisters women’s group is participating in Fr. Dave Pivonka’s The Wild Goose series on Formed. To join, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 636-332-9225 ext. 234.
Don’t worry if you miss a session. You can watch online or just join us at the next session. The Wild Goose series April 14-July 21.
Rise & Praise
TUESDAYS | 6 AM | ZOOM This is a woman’s faith shar- ing and prayer group that testifies to God’s goodness and discusses issues faced by Christian women. To join, email cyndi@stpat sch.org for the Zoom link.
Next Praise 05/18.
TUESDAYS | 10 AM
Each week we have a short pro-life reflection and a dis- cussion of activities we can participate in. Join us in the social hall or on Zoom. Con- tact the office for the Zoom link. Next Pro-Life 05/18.
Coffee & Catholicism
WEDNESDAYS | 8:30 AM Join Fr. George on Wednes- day mornings a#er the 8 AM Mass in the social hall or via Zoom. Contact the office to receive the Zoom link. Next Coffee 05/19.
Scrip Room Help
We are looking for volun- teers to help fill scrip orders before and a#er weekend Masses. If you are available, contact Sarah at 636-332- 9225 or email@example.com.
Men’s Prayer & Talk
Join the men of St. Patrick to talk about our faith, is- sues we face, and help each other become better hus- bands, fathers, and broth- ers. We meet on the first and third Saturday of the month. We start in church with praying the Rosary for Life at 7:40 AM, attend the 8:00 AM Mass, and move to the social hall around 8:30 AM for discussion. Next Meet 05/22.
To order your engraved brick to be placed in the St.
Patrick Parish Church en- trance, simply pick up an order form from the brick display in the church gath- ering area, complete, and mail it with your payment to the pre-printed address.
More info and forms can also be found at stpatrick wentzville.org/bricks.
Become an online member for free! Now through June 30, enter Code MCGIVNEY2020 for 12 months of free online membership. Visit www.kofc .org/joinus today! *Online Membership only. Annual dues of $30 will apply on your Membership Anniver- sary. Local council dues vary.
The following were baptized at St. Patrick Catholic Church:
Saúl & Sara, children of Saúl & Gilberta Tenorio-Guevara Korbin Richard, child of Kyle & Katherine Crowe
Camden Jordan, child of Nick & Amanda McGovern Alana Lucas, child of Lucas & Amy McGovern Ivan, child of Sahid & Maria Hernandez-Cervantes
“...baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit…” —Matthew 28:19
Live the Liturgy
When Jesus was physical- ly with his disciples, he guarded and protected them. One of his greatest desires was that they share his joy completely.
God’s love is the source of all things and their suste- nance. As we conduct the normal routines of our lives it is easy to get caught up in the immedi- acies of this world and lose focus. We become very self and worldly de- pendent, forgetting that God wishes to guard and protect us. The joy the resurrected Christ can offer cannot be found in this world. It takes a bit of faith to realize that God’s will is a constant in our lives and that God desires only the sustenance and goodness of both our bodies and our souls. We need to trust in God’s constant and rejuvenat- ing love. This radical res- urrection trust allows us to experience the joy of God’s presence in all of the good and the bad, positive and negative, life building and life destruc- tive events that we en- counter. God remains where love remains. ©LPi stpatrickwentzville.org org or
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Fiat Women’s Group will meet online on Thur, May 20 for a live rosary and talk with Fr. Ben Sawyer. Due to COVID- 19 restrictions, this talk will be a virtual event only, available on the YouTube livestream channel and Facebook Live.
Visit the Fiat website for more infor- mation, www.kenrick.edu/fiat.
Mid-life singles REFLECT Catholic Weekend Retreat at King’s House Retreat Center, Belleville, (20 min from downtown St. Louis), on June 4-6. Cost is $210 including meals and a single room. Visit www.ReflectRetreat.com, e -mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 314-283-0044 for details.
Run for Life & Learning, benefiting Birthright STL, has 2 options. Join us for the in-person, socially-distanced event at Creve Coeur Lake on June 5, or participate on your own anywhere, any time from June 1-6. To register or donate, visit runsignup.com/
run4lifeandlearning. Sponsorship op- portunities available.
Rummage Sale sponsored by St.
Gianna's Knights of Columbus. Dona- tion Drop Off Times: Thurs, June 10, 9 AM-7 PM; Fri, June 11, 9 AM-12 PM.
Sales Times: Fri, June 11, 3-7 PM; Sat, June 12, 7 AM-7 PM; Sun, June 13, 9 AM -12 PM.
Harvester K of C 2021 Spring Washer Tourney, Sat, June 12, 12 PM, Regis- ter 11:30 AM, Sts. J&A Care Service, 4116 McClay Rd, St. Charles, MO. $40 per 2-person team, cash prizes, food, and beverages sold at tournament.
Contact Tim Plawski at tbonepack@
sbcglobal.net or 314-910-8670 to pre- register.
U.S. Military Veterans Retreat, July 1-3, White House Jesuit Retreat, 7400 Christopher Dr, St. Louis. $30 registra- tion fee is only cost to attendees. Call 314-416-6400 to register or visit www.whretreat.org/veterans-retreat/.
The Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in Clyde, Missouri, invite sin- gle women, ages 18-40 who are con- sidering religious life, to attend our Monastic Experience July 16-22.
There will be daily input on prayer, monastic life and discernment, as well as time for personal prayer and faith sharing. There is no cost to attend. For info, visit www.benedictinesisters.org.
To register, contact Sr. Maria Victoria at 660-944-2221 ext. 127 or vocation@
CBC Summer Academy Registration is open for all boys entering 6th, 7th, &
8th grades. Register at www.BeaCadet .org/summer or contact Melissa Ryan at email@example.com or 314-985-6095.
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Parish Directory Corrections and Changes
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POPE’S PRAYER INTENTION
The world of finance
Let us pray that those in charge of finance will work with gov- ernments to regulate the finan- cial sphere and protect citizens from its dangers.
Prayers for Healing
Please remember in your prayers:
To be put on our Prayers for Healing list (public) and/or Prayer Tree (private), contact Lois Schaeffer at email@example.com.
Kim Adams Jim Baird Kinsley Baugh Jennifer Berkbigler Shirley Boedeker Jane Burle Ryan Conner David Debold Lisa Debold Ryan Dodge Scarlett Dooley Carolyn Ebbesmeyer Lambert Ebbesmeyer Ted Eggering
Karen Michelle Ette
Luke Flory Madi Foppe Peter Gallagher Matt Garison Fr. Don Glastetter Janet Grelle Michelle Haines John Haarmann Randy Hammon Reginald Hemmer Sr.
Deborah Hunter Johnley Family Jody Kaplan Harry Kayser Kitty Kelly
Tom Kortkamp Karen Krienke Rylynne Long Tom Love Jake Luechtefeld Tom Luechtefeld Peggy Lukezic Tony Lukezic Phyllis Porter Marie Reed Justin Schlenther Lavada Scott Diana Shanutto Jim Shanutto Janet Solheim
Eric Spruell John Stone Gabe Stonebarger Rose Stribling Carol Terbrock Kay Thieme Carrie Tyler Jim R. Vollmer Matt Webb Colton Woolsey Lilah
24/7 in Chapel, Code 9876 Women’s Rise & Praise Prayer Group
Tuesday, 6 AM • Cyndi firstname.lastname@example.org Email for Zoom Link Encounter
4th Thursday, 7 PM In Church or Live Online Eucharistic Adoration Adorers needed!
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Holy Rosary & Adoration Wednesday, 10 AM In Chapel or Live Online Rosary for Life
Saturday, 7:40 AM Family Rosary
First Sunday, 8:30 & 10:30 AM Flame of Love Rosary First Wednesday, 3:45 PM Men’s Talk & Prayer Group Second & Forth Saturday, 8 AM
Opportunities for Prayer Mass
SUNDAY, MAY 16 7:00 AM - Kathy Reininger 9:00 AM - John Burns
11:00 AM - Verlyn & John Branson 1:00 PM - Spanish Mass
Georgina Vallejo 5:00 PM - Anna Hallemeier MONDAY, MAY 17
6:30 AM - Scott Orf 8:00 AM - Irene Beil TUESDAY, MAY 18 6:30 AM - Betty Neminch 8:00 AM - Phillip Schaeffer WEDNESDAY, MAY 19 6:30 AM - Ruth Wania 8:00 AM - Florence Niehaus THURSDAY, MAY 20 6:30 AM - Geraldine Haefner 8:00 AM - Don Manley FRIDAY, MAY 21
6:30 AM - Holy Souls in Purgatory 8:00 AM - Hillard Gordon
SATURDAY, MAY 22 8:00 AM - Dan Szarwinski 5:00 PM - George Farish SUNDAY, MAY 16
7:00 AM - People of the Parish 9:00 AM - Charles William Huels 11:00 AM - Verlyn & John Branson 1:00 PM - Spanish Mass
Florence Niehaus 5:00 PM - Bobby Eisenbath
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bless the members of our armed forces. Give them courage, hope, and strength.
May they ever experience your firm support, gentle love, and compassionate healing. Be their power and protector, leading them from darkness to light. To you be all glory, honor, and praise, now and
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