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Saint Clare

Catholic Church

8th Sunday in Ordinary Time

~March 3, 2019~

7616 Fritz Street, Wind Lake, WI 53185 Phone: 262-895-2729 Website: stclarewindlake.org Pastor: Father Ed Tlucek Parish Administrator: Woody Ritchey

Mass Schedule

Saturday - 4 PM/Sunday - 9:30 AM Weekday:

Monday Communion Service - 8 AM Wednesday - 5:30 PM Friday - 8 AM Holy Hour - 4 PM St. Thomas-Waterford Mass:

Weekend: Sat. 4:30 PM, Sun. 8 & 10 AM Weekday: Tues. & Thurs. 8 AM

Reconciliation

Saturday 3 PM or by appointment Pastoral Council

Pam Crafton, St. Thomas Pastoral Council Michael Czysz, Men’s Society

Judy Dalton, Fundraising Michael Galecke, Stewardship &

Strategic Vision Paul Glysz, Chairperson &

Prayer & Worship

Jon Golembiewski, Vice Chairperson, Christian Formation & St. Thomas

Pastoral Council Mary Isely, Human Concerns Pamela Jendrzejek, Secretary, Prayer & Worship, & Strategic Vision

Debbie Klamert, Christian Women Chris Moczynski, Finance

Mark Zaruba Finance Council Amy Lange, Finance Chair

Brian Pesch Amy Rausch Margo Roslawski

Parish Trustees Brad Lowe Chris Moczynski Liturgical Ministers

Chris Czysz, Lector Peggy Liginski, Eucharistic Maddie Moczynski, Altar Server Ruth Schneider, Art & Environment

Dan Stokely, Head Usher Parish Staff

Dawn Armstrong, Admin. Assist.

Christina Kuenzi, Dir. Liturgy & Music Maureen LeGros, Dir. Youth Ministry

Trista Minezes, Dir. Christian Form.

Michelle Pintar, Admin. Assist.

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Mass Intentions

Saturday, March 2

4 PM † Robert Nisiewicz Sunday, March 3

9:30 AM ~ Intentions for Christian Women Monday, March 4

8 AM ~ Word and communion service Tuesday, March 5

8 AM ~ Mass at St. Thomas Wednesday, March 6

5:30 PM ~ Ash Wednesday Thursday, March 7

8 AM ~ Mass at St. Thomas Friday, March 8

8 AM ~ Intentions for the homebound Saturday, March 9

4 PM ~ Intentions for the military Sunday, March 10

9:30 AM ~ Intentions for St. Clare Parishioners

The Week Ahead

Sunday, March 3

9:30 AM Christian Formation Class Gr. K-8

Before/After Mass: Popcorn Sale - Christian Women Monday, March 4

1 & 6 PM Spiritual Growth Book Club Tuesday, March 5

5:30 PM Christian Formation Meeting 6 PM Burn the Mortgage Celebration 7 PM Prayer & Worship Meeting Thursday, March 7

6 PM Substance Addiction Ministry 7 PM AA Meeting

Friday, March 8 4 PM Holy Hour

7 PM Stations of the Cross Saturday, March 9

9 AM First Communion Retreat 4 PM Closed Captioning During Mass Sunday, March 10

1 PM Secular Franciscans St. Paschal Baylon 6 PM Confirmation Class Gr. 9-11

Readings for the Week of March 3, 2019

Sunday: Sir 27:4-7/Ps 92:2-3, 13-14, 15-16 [cf. 2a]/1 Cor 15:54-58/Lk 6:39-45 Monday: Sir 17:20-24/Ps 32:1-2, 5, 6, 7 [11a]/

Mk 10:17-27

Tuesday: Sir 35:1-12/Ps 50:5-6, 7-8, 14 and 23 [23b]/Mk 10:28-31

Wednesday: Jl 2:12-18/Ps 51:3-4, 5-6ab, 12-13, 14 and 17 [cf. 3a]/2 Cor 5:20—6:2/

Mt 6:1-6, 16-18

Thursday: Dt 30:15-20/Ps 1:1-2, 3, 4 and 6 [40:5a]/Lk 9:22-25

Friday: Is 58:1-9a/Ps 51:3-4, 5-6ab, 18-19 [19b]/Mt 9:14-15

Saturday: Is 58:9b-14/Ps 86:1-2, 3-4, 5-6 [11ab]/

Lk 5:27-32

Next Sunday: Dt 26:4-10/Ps 91:1-2, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15 [cf. 15b]/Rom 10:8-13/Lk 4:1-13

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Movie of the Month: Amish Grace

Shown on March 28, 2019 at 1 PM in Holy Family Hall

When tragedy takes the lives of five Amish schoolgirls in Pennsylvania, Ida, the mother of one of the girls faces a profound test of faith. As she begins to feel like an outsider within her own community, Ida must decide whether or not to stay with the Amish -- and her beloved husband. Delicately crafted, this movie is a moving testament to the power of forgiveness.

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

“The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry,” is a line in “To a Mouse” from poet Robert Burns. I have often been asked who writes my LOA (LOVE ONE ANOTHER). I quickly respond, “I do.” Do you honestly think that any self-respecting ghostwriter would put their craftsmanship to these weekly presentations?

My weekly LOA is usually created on a Sunday night or Monday evening, which gives me time to reflect on the week’s past events or situations, focusing on either local or national interests. All of life is a teaching moment. And, as I have said before, God is speaking to us constantly. It’s a matter of applying our spiritual understanding to the happenings that surround us.

I live pretty much a daily routine: prayer in the morning (Mass, unless celebrated during the day), exercise on the stationary bike for 30-35 minutes, and then breakfast: oatmeal with honey, blueberries and 21 almonds (not 22 or 20, but 21). My routine can be interrupted from time to time due to the necessity of scheduling meetings or trips out of the archdiocese, but those are included in the planning.

This past Tuesday, there was no LOA, as you may well know, regardless of it being a priority in my routine. I feel writing this weekly reflection connects me to many of you, my friends, as I get to share my thoughts about the daily struggles of living our faith.

That being said, the absence of the LOA should indicate that something serious interrupted my routine. Last Wednesday night, I started to experience abdomen pains. I recognized these pains because, in the past, they have occurred because of generating gall bladder stones.

Now, the normal procedure and remedy is to remove the gall bladder, and that usually corrects the problem. In 1990, my gall bladder was removed. However, I still generate stones. When they build up in my system, they cause discomfort, but the pain usually passes in about a half an hour, and I can continue my routine. However, if they block those internal ducts, they have to be removed by a

gastrointestinal (GI) doctor. The discomfort from last Wednesday night continued into the weekend, and by Monday, it was problematic.

My personal GI doctor was visiting family in Pakistan, so his office urged me to go to the emergency department at Froedtert Hospital.

The difficulty is that the symptoms caused by stones mimic other problems: heart problems, cancer, etc. Therefore, various tests must be performed in order to assure that it is the stones.

They scheduled me for the stone removal through a procedure called an endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), which necessitates going into those ducts and removing the stones. This was done on Tuesday. On Wednesday, I was encouraged to rest for recovery, and then I was sent home.

Plans, especially routines, change instantly when it comes to one’s physical well-being. Many of us enjoy relatively good health, and so we are not always aware of our bodily dispositions. But, when our health is in jeopardy, all routines and plans fall by the wayside.

Generating stones without a gall bladder is my superpower. I would gladly trade it for six winning lottery numbers, but we must settle for what’s given to us. If anyone is in need of stones, I would gladly share.

Our spiritual life is experienced in somewhat the same manner. We have a spiritual routine that we develop. This is good. It gives us a certain stability, but we must never be complacent, because we never know when God will make a demand on us, and our routine must stop to address ultimate questions. The lesson for us is that we belong to God, and our lives can change in an instant. We are always operating in God’s time. So, I apologize for this week’s LOA being late, but remember, my friends, it’s never too early or too late to LOVE ONE ANOTHER.

Most Reverend Jerome E. Listecki, Archdiocese of Milwaukee

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CHRISTIAN WOMEN IN THE NEWS March 2019

Well has everyone had enough snow??? I’m definitely ready for Spring. Please add to your prayers God’s blessing on March 14

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(the night of the Irish Ceili) for good weather.

Our Irish Ceili is SOLD OUT. A huge thank you to everyone who purchased tickets to make this a success. We will have a wonderful evening of food, song and entertainment.

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The time is: 5:30 PM doors open Dinner is at: 6:15 PM

Irish dancers at: 7 PM

Irish singer: Throughout the evening Our chili dinner, in connection with the Ice Fishing Jamboree, was a big success as we served 91 bowls of chili. Thanks to all the women who made the chili and the kitchen crew who put everything together.

Today, we are having our Popcorn Sale. Stop in the Narthex and choose from lots of favorite flavors.

Our next meeting is April 11, 2019 at 6:30 PM and we will have a floral

demonstration given by Dee Otto from DJ CUSTOM. You do not want to miss her wonderful flower arrangements.

Keep smiling and give thanks to God every day for this wonderful world we live in.

See you at our next meeting!

CHRISTIAN FORMATION CORNER

Registration is OPEN for Vacation Bible School!!

St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Clare together will host VBS this summer.

June 24-27

8:30 AM- 11:30 AM each day at St. Clare church

FREE for kids going into 4K-5th grade

Adult and 6th-12th grade volunteers needed.

Sign up you kid or sign up to volunteer at the St. Thomas web site.

http://www.saintthomaswaterford.org Click Faith Formation

then click Vacation Bible School

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BURN THE MORTGAGE CELEBRATION Please join us for the celebration of the Burn the Mortgage Campaign to be held on Tuesday, March 5 starting at 6 PM in the church. We will begin with a prayer service and then retire outside to “burn the mortgage” and then return to the hall for libations and some light fare. It is a wonderful opportunity to commemorate the tremendous generosity of the people of St. Clare in retiring the mortgage, so please come and celebrate the community that is St. Clare.

You deserve it!

2019 Men of Christ Conference March 30

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Fr. Ed Invitation Statement

I would like to invite all men and their sons and fathers to the upcoming 13

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Annual Men of Christ conference being held on March 30

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at the Miller High Life Theater in downtown Milwaukee.

This is a great day with dynamic speakers who will present on multiple topics. Lunch is provided as well.

Please stop at the table in the back of church for more information and sign ups for this great day of growing in your faith with over 3,000 other men!

Dear St. Clare Members,

Thank you all very much for the wonderful cans of soup and money you collected for us (Helping Hands Food Pantry) on Souper Bowl Sunday. This will carry us through the winter months.

Thank you also for the food too that you collected for us each week. This so helps us serve our families.

Thank you for caring!!!

Helping Hands Food Pantry Committee

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• Home & Auto • Health & Dental • Business

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Helping you Protect Tomorrow, Today Dean J. Rodziczak, President

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Master Technician Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-5:00pm, Sat. by Appt.

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