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NOVEMBER 11, 2018 32ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

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Three parishes working together to grow in faith, hope, and love.

Weekday Mass Schedule

See page 2 of the bulletin for the weekday schedule as it is periodically subject to change based on pastoral circumstances.

Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday 5:00 PM All Saints, New Richland (307 1st St SW) Sunday 8:00 AM St. Joseph, Waldorf (225 3rd Ave North) Sunday 10:00 AM St. Ann, Janesville

(313 W 2nd St)

Weekend Exposition and Reconciliation Saturdays at All Saints

4:00 PM Exposition After Mass or Upon Request

5:00 PM Mass Sundays at St. Joseph

7:00 AM Exposition After Mass or Upon Request

8:00 AM Mass Sundays at St. Ann 9:00 AM Exposition After Mass or Upon Request

10:00 AM Mass

Extended Weekly Eucharistic Adoration Everyone is welcome to visit the Chapel of Divine Mercy at St. Ann Church for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at the following times:

Monday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM

*Handicapped accessible churches.

*Devices to assist the hearing impaired are available.

*Low-Gluten hosts are available.

St. Joseph, Waldorf Established 1878 2028—150th Anniversary St. Ann, Janesville

Established 1874 2024—150th Anniversary

All Saints, New Richland Established 1879 2029—150th Anniversary

MASS, CONFESSIONS, ADORATION

313 W 2nd St, PO Box 218 Janesville, MN 56048-0218

Phone: 507.234.6244 Fax: 507.234.6237 Parish Office Email: stannjan@hickorytech.net

Website for Parishes: www.stannjan.com Pastor: Fr. Michael Cronin, I.V.Dei, JCL Parish cell phone: 507.236.5485 Email: pastorcscc@icloud.com

Secretary: Vicki Ziemke

507.234.6244 stannjan@hickorytech.net St. Ann Faith Formation: Katie Cahill

507.351.7212 stannparishff@gmail.com All Saints and St. Joseph Faith Formation:

Mark Domeier mdomeier@nrheg.k12.mn.us RCIA Coordinator: Faith Ryan

faithyree@hotmail.com Safe Environment Coordinator: Mary Wolff

mwolff@isd2835.org Accountant: Andrea McNeely, CPA

andrea.mcneely@mcneelytax.com St. Joseph Sacristan: Mike Rollins

Coordinator of Parish Social Ministry for the Mankato Deanery: Richard DeBona

PARISH OFFICE INFORMATION AND STAFF

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LITURGY SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK AHEAD Monday

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

8:00 AM 9:45 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:00 AM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM

St. Ann - Janesville St. Ann - Janesville Janesville Nursing Home St. Ann - Janesville St. Ann - Janesville

New Richland Care Center All Saints - New Richland All Saints - New Richland St. Joseph - Waldorf St. Joseph - Waldorf St. Ann - Janesville St. Ann - Janesville

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No Mass Scheduled Dan Schultz † John Janson † Gale Johnson † Mary Fette †

Margaret Ann Chicos † Exposition of the Eucharist For the Parishes

Exposition of the Eucharist Jim and Doris Adams † Exposition of the Eucharist Ruth Fury Intention

New Goal TBD $545,897.06

Cash in Hand Needed for Build Start (75%): TBD $348,170.54 Pledges Needed for Build Start (25%): TBD $197,726.52

Project Renew 2018 has been revised to replace the existing parish center rather than a parish center addition to the church. Fr. Mike and other parish leaders will be in Winona on November 20, to present the new plan to Bishop Quinn and the College of Consultors. It would be great to show the Bishop and his advisors that we are continuing to raise funds and getting close to goal. If you haven’t yet made a gift or pledge, now is the time.

Thank you.

PROJECT RENEW AT ST. ANN - 10/30/18 WEDNESDAY MASS - ST. ANN

This week our 4-12 grades celebrated Mass with Fr. Mike.

We are so blessed to have this opportunity each month and were fortunate this week to have Karen Priem play the piano with our morning group. Thanks Karen! Thanks also to Sydney Gahlon for volunteering to read and Bonnie Johnson for training her in!

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STEWARDSHIP OF TIME AND TALENT Saturday, Nov 17

Gift Bearers/Sacristan:

Lector:

EMOHC:

Mass Servers:

Ushers:

Sunday, Nov 18 Gift Bearers:

Lector:

EMOHC:

Mass Servers:

Ushers:

Sunday, Nov 18 Gift Bearers:

Lector:

EMOHC:

Mass Servers:

Ushers:

3 TO JOIN FLOCKNOTE TEXT “PARISHIONERS” TO 84576

GOSPEL CONNECTION

5:00 PM Mass at All Saints, New Richland Misgen Family/Nancy Rudau

Jim Steen

Jim Misgen, Joanne Misgen, Lori Anderson Anton D., Jayna D.

Randy Anderson, Jim Klocek

8:00 AM Mass at St. Joseph, Waldorf Kyle and Jill Courtney Family

Sarah Madden

Marijo Beckstrand, Patti Schlaak, Becky Stenzel Clay S., Ciara S.

Terry Kalis, Terry Traynor, Tom Phillips 10:00 AM Mass at St. Ann, Janesville Pat and Cees Fury

Kelly Heitkamp

Patti Heitkamp, Bill Adams, Faith Ryan Jack C., Luke C.

Volunteers

EMOHC: Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion

As we edge closer to the closing of the liturgical year, the Church selects readings that remind us of the final close: the second coming of Christ.

It's easy, perhaps, to forget that this is a dogma of our Catholic faith. We see this dramatic end times language in today's Gospel. "The sun will be

darkened ... and the stars will be falling from the sky."

As Christians and as human beings, we know all things will come to an end. "But of that day or hour, no one knows." The "end of the world" and end of time at Jesus' coming is in a future unknown. But God has given us beautiful reminders of this truth. We see the signs and symbols of ending all around us -- nightfall at the end of each day; the life cycle of crops coming alive, bearing fruit, and being harvested; our own death. That, too, will come at an unknown day and hour. But that is the way of things.

Even as God created in Genesis, He gave us a sense of time -- the sun rising and setting, a beginning and an end -- to mark our days.

So how do we welcome these built-in forms of measurement? Do we take time to quietly recollect at the end of each day? Do we see every morning as a fresh start for mercies new? Do we observe the seasons and reflect on what they might be speaking to us of God and His glory?

"Heaven and earth will pass away, but my works will not pass away." The little beginnings and little ends are opportunities to renew our faith in Jesus, if only we have the eyes to see!

Prayer for Vocations

God our Father, You made each of us

to use our gifts in the Body of Christ.

We ask that you inspire

young people whom you call to priesthood and consecrated life to courageously follow Your will.

Send workers into Your great harvest so that the Gospel is preached, the poor are served with love, the suffering are comforted, and Your people are strengthened by the sacraments.

We ask this through Christ our Lord.

Amen.

Campaign for Human Development a diocesan collection, will be next weekend, November 17-18. An envelope is provided in your annual box for this collection if you wish to participate. Please make checks payable to your parish. Thank you.

For more information visit:

www.usccb.org/cchd/collection

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4 VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.stannjan.com

ALL SAINTS & ST. JOSEPH FAITH FORMATION

Nov. 11 - Mandatory Confirmation Retreat 11:00 AM in Madison Lake - All Saints Church

Nov. 14 - Regular Classes

Nov. 21 - No Classes - Thanksgiving Break Nov. 28 - Regular Classes

ST. ANN FAITH FORMATION

Some folks have received emails from the parish or Fr. Mike requesting money via a bill or invoice.

Often it uses a gmail address like:

pastorcscc@gmail.com.

Please know that this is fraudulent activity and we are working with IT specialists, banking officials, and law enforcement to deal with this problem which is more common than we think.

Nov. 11 - Mandatory Confirmation Retreat 11:00 AM in Madison Lake - All Saints Church

Nov. 14 - Regular Classes

Nov. 21 - No Classes - Thanksgiving Break Nov. 28 - Regular Classes

FRAUD ALERT

EAGLE SCOUT

Congratulations to Rhett Oelke of St. Ann Parish who achieved the honor of Eagle Scout.

Bonnerup Funeral Service will offer an event for Survivors of Suicide Loss from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM on Saturday, November 17, at 2210 E. Main Street in Albert Lea. The program features an American Foundation for Suicide Prevention documentary of “A Daughter’s Journey” that follows a young adult through her story of milestones, family coping and positive growth after the loss of her father. This year’s film shares hope, connection and resilience in the aftermath of a suicide loss. The intent is that survivors will know they are not alone and can find hope, meaning and even joy after losing a loved one. There is no cost for this event. You do not need to stay for the entire event if you are unable to do so. Register by calling 507.373.2461 or by email:

judy@bonnerupfuneralservice.com Additional information is available at:

www.survivorday.org

SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE DAY PORNOGRAPHY AWARENESS

While pornography seems like one of those problems that is just too big to do anything about, there are plenty of simple action steps anyone can take in order to stem the tide of this harmful pandemic. For example, parents can visit

www.ProtectYoungMinds.org for practical help and those addicted to pornography can visit

www.ReclaimSexualHealth.com to begin a journey of healing. There is a lot of information available at www.EndSexualExploitation.org. Please join the growing movement!

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5 The following individuals are volunteering their time and talent to serve as outreach coordinators for our parishes. If you have a specific need or request, please feel free to call Fr. Mike, contact the parish office, or make contact with one of the following:

St. Ann — Barb Ahlman 507.234.5853 St. Joseph — Marilyn Stenzel 507.465.0124

All Saints — Mary Bohlen 507.383.5156 PARISH OUTREACH

The ancient Greek dramatist, Euripides, wrote, "No one can confidently say that he will still be living tomorrow." We seldom focus on that reality and often act like we are confident of a tomorrow. However, we all know names of those who died suddenly, maybe in tragedy or simply in the quiet of sleep. Calling those names to mind will probably still not force most of us to contemplate our own mortality tonight before placing our head on the pillow, but

perhaps it should.

We don't need to obsess about dying or fear the unknown, but realizing the gift of today and reflecting on the possibility that it may be our last day can cause us to act differently. We might forgive more easily, argue less, and embrace one another.

Rather than procrastinate, we might act now. We could become more mindful of our surroundings, see the needs in people, and reach out to those who are lost.

I write these Everyday Stewardship reflections every Sunday. You might read them in your parish bulletin, on a website, or in social media every Sunday. Just in case this is the last Sunday you ever have a chance to read these reflections, what is God calling you to do now before it's too late. If you are still here next Sunday after taking all this seriously, you might wonder at what it was to live more fully and to give of yourself more freely. Don't let a single day pass you by without truly loving others and your God. One thing you can be confident about: This day will never come again.

--Tracy Earl Welliver, MTS

EVERYDAY STEWARDSHIP Visit www.dow.org to learn more about

area news and events within our Diocese.

I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your prayers, cards, gifts and thoughtfulness during these past two months. The Lord has blessed me with incredible healing and continues to strengthen me day by day. I am truly blessed to have such a wonderful family and friends. Blessings to all of you from the bottom of my heart.

Marcia Schultz NOTE OF THANKS

GOSPEL WORD SEARCH

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IN LOVING MEMORY

Funeral services for Lorayne M. Shurson of New Richland were held at 11:30 AM on Friday, November 2, at the All Saints with Fr. Mike Cronin presiding. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery, New Richland.

Lorayne died Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the New Richland Care Center. She was 96 years of age. Lorayne was born April 25, 1922 on the family farm in Freeborn County, the daughter of Francis and Mary (Paczkowski) Mucha. She graduated from Freeborn High School in 1939 and the Mankato Beauty School in 1940. In 1940 she and her twin sister, Lorencie, moved to New Richland and opened the Twinette Beauty Shop. She was united in marriage to Merle S. Shurson on June 26, 1945, they lived in New Richland where Merle owned a trucking firm.

Lorayne was a member of the All Saints Catholic Church where she served in the Ladies Circle and the Church Guild. She was a member of the Andrew Borgan American Legion Auxiliary and had served as treasurer. She owned and operated Lorayne’s Beauty Shop. She also enjoyed playing bridge and watching the Minnesota Twins.

Lorayne is survived by her children Gary (Kathy) Shurson of Minnesota City, MN, MaryAnn Shurson of Platteville, WI, Michael (Pam) Shurson of New Richland, MN, and David (Nancy) Shurson of Maricopa, AZ. Grandchildren include Eric Shurson, Nicolas Shurson, Jessica Shurson, Andrew Shurson, Marcus Shurson and Kalana Shurson.

Great grandchildren include Anders Shurson, Annika Shurson, Haddon Shurson, Lewis Shurson and

Mayce Lennon. Sister Lavone Gaskill of Great Falls, MT, and brother Francis (Connie) Mucha of New Richland, MN. Also surviving is Bud Shurson, Pat Shurson,Vince Peterson, Joan McGuire and several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Merle and two sisters Evelyn Hubert and Lorencie Shurson.

BABY BOTTLE CAMPAIGN - ALL SAINTS

Please return your baby bottles with your change to the church by next Sunday, November 18.

Thank you for supporting this campaign. All money collected will be used to assist women residing in the Diocese of Winona-Rochester to choose parenting or adoption rather than abortion.

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S MASS SCHEDULE

All Saints St. Joseph St. Ann St. Ann All Saints St. Joseph St. Ann

All Saints St. Joseph St. Ann All Saints St. Joseph St. Ann

Saturday, December 22 Sunday, December 23 Sunday, December 23 Monday, December 24 Monday, December 24 Tuesday, December 25 Tuesday, December 25

Saturday, December 29 Sunday, December 30 Sunday, December 30 Monday, December 31 Tuesday, January 1, 2019 Tuesday, January 1, 2019

5:00 PM 8:00 AM 10:00 AM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM 8:00 AM 10:00 AM

5:00 PM 8:00 AM 10:00 AM 5:00 PM 8:00 AM 10:00 AM

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7 THANK YOU FOR JOINING US!

Information for the bulletin is due to the parish office by 12:00 Noon on Tuesday.

Please send to: PO Box 218, Janesville, MN 56048 or email: stannjan@hickorytech.net

November 2018 Snow-removal for St. Joseph Church Ray Zimny (ch.) 507.835.4820 or 507.461.3835

Mychal Zimny, John Sikel, and Nick Jewison

Loyola’s Fall Musical: You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown will be today, November 11, at 2:00 PM at the Fitzgerald Theater in Mankato.

The Chapel of Divine Mercy Adoration Schedule at St. Ann will close at 4:00 PM on Wednesday, November 21, and remain closed until the following

Monday, November 26.

Winter Festival at Immaculate Conception Church in St. Clair on Saturday, December 1, beginning at 10:00 AM. Christmas Cookie and Holiday Treat Sale- Cutest Cupcake Contest-Luncheon-Raffle. See poster on parish bulletin boards for more information.

Catholic at the Capitol 2019

Are you tired of divisive angry politics? As a Minnesota Catholic you can begin to transform politics in our state. Join thousands of Catholics from across the state for a day of prayer and advocacy in St. Paul that will inspire you and teach you how to put your faith into action! On Tuesday, February 19, 2019 we’re coming together for life and dignity.

Visit www.CatholicsAtTheCapital.org for details and to register. Space is limited so don’t delay! Transportation options are available.

Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services provides seniors and adults with the assistance needed to continue living at home. For more information, call the Mankato Office at 507.388.6610 or stop in at 530 N.

Riverfront Drive in Mankato.

Janesville:

Food Shelf is located behind Trinity Lutheran Church, 412 N Main Street (use south door entrance) on the following days and times:

Open every Tuesday 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon Second Thursday of the Month 6:00 to 7:00 PM First and Third Saturday of the Month 1:00 to 3:00 PM No proof of income requirements. Anyone in need of food is welcome!

New Richland:

Food Shelf is located at 101 Broadway Street (south of the bank) and is open the First and Third Tuesday of each month from 3:00 to 6:30 PM.

Waseca:

Food at Faith is located at Faith United Methodist Church parking lot, 801 4th Ave NE in Waseca. Third Saturday of the month 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. Produce and groceries are available for $25.00 per bag, first come, first served basis. Open to all.

INFORMATION FOR YOU FOOD ASSISTANCE

THANK YOU

With the recent closing of the St. Ann Parish Center, another location was needed for future gatherings after a funeral.

St. Ann Parish is very grateful to Faith Lutheran Church in Janesville for the use of their facility as needed for families to hold funeral luncheons. The St. Ann CCW Funeral Unit will still help with the preparation and serving of the luncheons and ladies of the parish will still be called on for food donations.

Sister JoAnn Haney, is available for spiritual direction.

To contact her please send an email or call:

peaceonearthjlh@yahoo.com 507.993.0610

SPIRITUAL DIRECTION

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Medicare & Individual Health Plans Jaye Ann Sopkowiak (507) 835-4844 201 2nd St, NE, Waseca ljsopk@hickorytech.net

MADISON LAKE FAMILY DENTAL CARE

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Lynch & Sons Farm Drainage

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McRaith Chapel Waseca ~ (507) 835-2870

Arnoldt Chapel Janesville ~ (507) 234-6775

“Committed to Serving Waseca County for Years to Come” www.janesvillefuneral.com

BOSS SUPPLY INC.

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(507) 234-5646 PO Box 369, 201 N Main St. Janesville, MN 56048 Independent Insurance Agent License #60863 Agency Manager

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www.janesvillestatebank.com Since 1948

FOR ALL YOUR GRAIN BIN NEEDS

Storage Systems • Drying Conditioning Systems

Materials Handling

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McPherson Crop Management

Agronomy, Technology and Data Management Services Since 1993 mcmfarmworks@frontiernet.net

www.mcmfarmworks.com (507) 234-2224 • 602 E. 1st St., Janesville, MN

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Chad LarsonCommodity Manager Office:....507-234-5003 Mobile:..507-461-9144 Fax:...507-234-5011 clarson@guardiannrg.com 4745 380th Avenue • Janesville, MN 56048

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New Richland • 507.381.9485 Todd Herold | Owner

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Red Leaf Cafe

104 Broadway Ave. S. • New Richland We offer catering!

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BAUER’S SPECIALTY SALES

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