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Holy Trinity & St. Michael


Holy Trinity & St. Michael Staff Shared Pastor

Rev. Jacob A. Strand

Holy Trinity Office –Ext. 104 Deacon: Rev. Mr. Ralph Horner St. Michael Office – 262-334-5270 Wednesday 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Cell Phone – 262-343-1795 hornerr@archmil.org

Holy Trinity Church

305 Main Street P.O. Box 461 Kewaskum, WI 53040

Phone – 262-626-2860 Fax – 262-626-2301

Office Hours: M-F 8:30a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Shared Admin. Assistant – Mrs. Jenni Bolek Ext. 105 htparish@htschool.net

Dir. of Admin Services– Mrs. Nancy Boden Ext. 106 bodenn@archmil.org

Facilities Manager 262-626-2603 Mrs. Diane Schickert Ext.102 schickertd@htschool.net St. Michael Church 8883 Forest View Road Kewaskum, WI 53040 Phone – 262-334-5270 stmickew@kmoraine.com

Shared Admin. Assistant – Mrs. Jenni Bolek Office Hours: Tuesdays 8:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m.

Holy Trinity School 305 Main Street P.O. Box 464

Kewaskum, WI 53040 Phone 262-626-2603 Website: www.htschool.net

Principal – Mrs. Holly Dumproff Ext. 101 principal@htschool.net

Admin. Assistant—Mrs. Diane Schickert Ext.


School Secretary—Mrs. Angela Schickert Ext.

100—schickerta@htschool.net Religious Education Program (K thru Grade 11)

Phone: 262-626-2650 htsmreligioused@hotmail.com Shared Dir. of Religious Education Mrs. Mary Breuer Ext. 103

Shared Assistant – Mrs. Jessica Herriges Joint Pastoral Council Chair

Mr. David Trautner Phone – 262-203-2683 trautnerda@yahoo.com St. Matthias Chapel Caretaker

Mr. John Klahn - Phone: 262-626-2752 EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

Tuesdays 5:30 p.m.—9:00 p.m. Benediction—HT (Tuesdays 8:00 p.m.—9:00 p.m.—Holy Hour with Music)

Wednesdays 6:30 p.m.—8:00 p.m. Benediction—SM Fridays 8:30 a.m.—2:30 p.m. Benediction—HT


Tuesdays: 8:30 p.m.

Fridays: 7:15 a.m.

Saturdays: 3:15 p.m.


West Bend

Saturday: 7:30 a.m., 5:00 p.m.


Tuesday 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., Sat. after the 8 a.m. Mass



Thur. Evenings 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

ST. MATTHEW CHURCH Campbellsport Saturday 3:30 p.m.


Dear Parishioners,

Several months ago, someone asked me, “When I come up for Communion, do I have to receive from the cup?” After I explained to him that he did not, he responded, “Really? I always thought good Catholics received both and bad Catholics only received the host!” This was just one of many conversations I have had with Catholics who are confused about reception of Holy Communion.

The Church teaches definitively that in the Eucharist Jesus Christ is truly and substantially present, Body, Blood,

Soul, and Divinity, under the form of bread and under the form of wine. Both forms together offer a more amplified sign;

however, receiving both is not necessary. Quite understandably, some may think that Communion under both signs is always more appropriate because at the Last Supper, Christ gave the Apostles Himself under the form of bread and wine, but it is important to remember that the Mass is not merely a re-enactment of the Last Supper. (If it were, I should get kicked off stage for being a terrible actor!) Rather, initiated by Jesus at the Last Supper, the Mass is a liturgical action that has organically developed over a 2,000-year history whose theological content derives from our Lord’s passion, death, and resurrection.

Distributing the Eucharist only under the form of bread ensures that the Eucharist under the form of wine is never spilled. I have experienced such accidents at Masses more often than I would like to believe. The Church teaches that when “even a small danger exists” of such an accident happening, Communion under both forms “is to be completely

excluded” (Redemptionis Sacramentum, no. 101). Holy Communion under one form entirely prevents such mishaps and safeguards the sacredness of the Eucharist.

Offering Holy Communion under the form of bread alone also decreases the spread of germs. As you have been recently reminded at every Mass by listening to the soundtrack of coughing and sneezing, the cold season is well under way. From talking with parishioners about the distribution of Holy Communion, many are concerned that receiving the Eucharist from the distribution chalice puts them at risk to contract viruses. I share those concerns myself, especially given my proclivity toward getting sick. And because the purifying of vessels is permitted only for priests, deacons, and instituted acolytes, I do not have the option of avoiding these germs.

Technically speaking, the Bishop of the diocese has the ability to allow distribution of Holy Communion under both kinds. If he gives permission, then Communion can be distributed under both forms in parishes if it seems “appropriate to the priest to whom, as its own shepherd, a community has been entrusted.” (General Instruction of the Roman Missal, no. 283).

With the strong support of the Prayer and Worship Committees from both parishes, I have decided that we will begin offering Holy Communion only under one form as the norm beginning the First Sunday of Advent, which is the beginning of the Liturgical Year. However, at the discretion of the Prayer and Worship Committees, Holy Communion may still be offered under both forms on certain Holy Days. After much prayer, consideration, and conversation, I believe distributing under one form on weekdays and most Sundays is a prudent decision. If you would like to speak with me directly about this change, please know that I would welcome a conversation with you.

I am hopeful that this change will provide the opportunity for everyone to focus more intensely on the sacred reality of the true Presence of Jesus at every Mass, especially at the moment of receiving the Eucharist. To receive the Eucharist under the form of bread is to receive the fullness of Jesus Christ, Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity. Sometimes we become so

established in our routines that this reality can easily escape us. I am also hopeful that less Communion stations will increase reverence toward the Eucharist (for example, always bowing or genuflecting anytime you are in front of or passing by the Eucharist). Increased reverence helps welcome the gift of deeper faith in the real Presence.

I want to acknowledge and thank the many Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion who have been very gracious in helping distribute the Body and Blood of our Lord so reverently and prayerfully. You will still be needed, but just with less frequency.

I pray this modification of HOW we receive does not distract us from what is most important, which is WHO we receive.

We should try not to be excessively focused on the visible sign of bread or wine, which merely serves to communicate the reality that it contains. In the end, whether we receive the Eucharist under one form or two forms is of minor importance.

What is of major importance is Jesus Christ, who continues to offer himself to us, Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity, in the Most Holy Eucharist.

In Christ, Father Strand



Heartfelt Thanks—Our thanks and appreciation goes out to Greg & Kim Gutjahr, Ken & Brenda Becker, Jim Klassen, and Margie Janz who provided us with a neat and clean worship area.

Cleaning Schedule Saturday, November 23rd—

The Rettler Family


Weekend of November 3, 2019

Tithing/Offertory $15,448.00

Required Weekly Budget Goal: $13,000.00


Weekend of November 10, 2019

Weekly Envelopes $2,686.00

Weekly Loose Collection $156.65

Holy Day Collection $239.00

St. John of God All Souls Day $352.81

Required Weekly Budget Goal: $3,966.00

Students were excited to make their wish lists this week for the Scholastic Book Fair. Classes were able to preview the book fair and then shop at a later day.

Special thanks to Amanda Gall for chairing this year’s book fair! We couldn’t have done it without you.


Holly Dumproff Principal

Holy Trinity School

principal@htschool.net 262-626-2603

We welcome our newly registered members of Holy Trinity: Noah & Kimberly Schoofs & Family

Ecumenical Gathering of the Faithful Service WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27

Holy Trinity—7pm

Social in the Gathering Space following the service.

Collection at the Ecumenical Service will be for Family Promise & Kewaskum Food Pantry Thanksgiving Day Mass—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Holy Trinity Church—9am

Thanksgiving Day Collection will be for St. Vincent de Paul.

We will also be collecting non-perishable food items.

Ecumenical Service—Choir Rehearsal Wed., November 20th—7pm at Peace Church Please join us! We will sing on Wednesday, November

27th, 7pm at Holy Trinity Church.

St. Ben’s Scarf, Mittens Project – Thank you to all who have so generously knitted or donated, gloves, mittens, scarves, etc. for the poor of St. Ben’s in Milwaukee. As of this writing, we have taken two loads to their center. The Brothers are most appreciative of your efforts and with this early cold weather indicated how badly these are needed. We would like to continue this ministry next year again. Please continue to knit and procure these items, but please store them

yourself until we begin the collection next year as we have no where to store them until then. Thank you for remembering those in need. As they are our brothers and sister in Christ.

Ecumenical Service Before the Service: Join members of St. Michael, Holy Trinity and Peace UCC in getting St. Michael's hall ready for the Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Volunteers are needed to help prepare and set up the dining room on Wednesday, November 27 at 5pm. Work includes light cleaning and setting of tables and should take less than an hour. Then, head over to Holy Trinity for the Ecumenical Prayer Service at 7pm. Please call Rhonda at 262-388-9710 to be added to the volunteer list for Wednesday.

2020 Calendars are here!

If you haven’t picked one up yet, there are still some available at both parishes.

Please submit pictures of events & happenings in our parishes—fellowship, bible studies, First Friday Coffees, First Saturday Mass, blessings, etc.—so we can include them in our monthly parish newsletter. Thank you.

There will be a 2nd collection for Christmas Flowers

next Sunday, November 24th.


Question of the Week How does my faith bring me joy?

November 4 Cathy Rinzel November 5 Joseph Herriges November 6 Jeanine Nowak November 7 Mary Markham November 8 Micah & Caitlin

Wheeler Prayer Request for Priests

Week November 17—November 23, 2019 Sunday, November 17 Fr. Peter Patrick Kimani Monday, November 18 Fr. Timothy Kitzke Tuesday, November 19 Fr. Dennis Klemme

Wednesday November 20 For an increase in vocations to the Priesthood

Thursday, November 21 Fr. Christopher Klusman Friday, November 22 Fr. Kenneth Knippel Saturday, November 23 Fr. Thomas Knoebel


PARISH MEMBERSHIP Families and single persons 18 years and older are to be registered at the Parish in order to receive the service the Church offers to all members of our Parish Family. To join St. Michael or Holy Trinity parish please contact Jenni Bolek at:

stmickew@kmoraine.com or htparish@htschool.com Holy Trinity Parish (262) 626-2860,

St. Michael Parish (262) 334-5270.

Registration forms can also be found on the parish website https://www.kewaskumcatholicparishes.org

2019/2020 Faith Formation Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

K-8th Grade: Class 9th-11th Grade: Class Kringle Sales

Thank you to everyone who supported the Religious Education Program by ordering Kringles.

November Birthdays

Rosemary Fickert—Nov. 27 Cedar Ridge

S125 Cedar Ridge Dr West Bend, WI 53095

Happy Birthday!


Preparation for the Sacrament of Baptism involves special instruction for the parents. Please call the parish office preferably before the child is born for more information. Baptisms occur on the 2nd Sunday of the month during the 9am Mass at St. Michael and on the 3rd Sunday of the month during the 11am Mass at Holy Trinity. Deacon Ralph Horner will provide private baptism ceremonies after Sunday Mass upon request. Baptism sponsors must be practicing Catholics who have received the Sacrament of Confirmation and are at least 16 years old. If married, they must be in a sacramental (valid) marriage. If two sponsors are chosen, one must be a man and the other a woman.


Please contact the parish at least six months in advance of the anticipated wedding date. Couples should refrain from setting a firm date until they have talked to the Priest to discuss Marriage plans. At least one of the parties must be a registered, practicing Catholic member of our parish.

Into Your Hands, O Lord, We Commend Her Spirit Please remember in your prayers Shirley Raddatz of St.

Michael Parish, who recently passed away.

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their souls and all the souls of the faithful departed,

through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen

The Joint Choir will be singing for the Thanksgiving Mass at Holy Trinity 9am on Thursday, November 28th.

Practice—Monday, November 25th at 7:00pm in Holy Trinity Church.

Anyone from Holy Trinity or St. Michael Parishes are welcome to join in.

Thank you to all the Parishioners for coming out and supporting our

Catholic Heart Workcamp!

2019 Increased Offertory

Thank you to everyone who returned their commitment cards. A few commitment cards were received without names, so this may be a reason why you will receive a second/third commitment card in the mail. Thank you for your continued support of Holy Trinity & St. Michael!


THE WEEK AHEAD Monday, November 18

Tuesday, November 19

Eucharistic Adoration—5:30pm—9:00pm—HT Holy Hour with Music—8:00pm—9:00pm—HT Reconciliation—8:30pm—HT

Wednesday, November 20

Great Adventure Bible Study—8:45am—10:45am—SM Eucharistic Adoration—6:30pm—8:00pm—SM

Deacon Horner Office Hours—6:30pm—8:00pm—SM Thursday, November 21

Friday, November 22 Reconciliation—7:15am—HT

Eucharistic Adoration—8:30am—2:30pm—HT Saturday, November 23

Reconciliation—3:15pm—HT Sunday, November 24

St. Michael Sanctuary Lamp week of November 17th is burning that our parish may receive the grace to live always as authentic and whole-hearted disciples of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

SATURDAY HT November 23 4:00 PM

Lector Sandra Passineau Ciborium* Volunteer

Cup* Steve Liegl, Ben Schickert Music Krautkramers & Dahlbergs Servers Hayden Schwinn, Volunteer Min. of Hospitality Matthew Blank, Mary Byrns,

Connor Griesmer, Natalie Krueger, Linda Theisen

SUNDAY HT November 24 7:30 AM

Lector Mary Mertz

Ciborium Deacon Ralph Horner Cup* John & Anne Amerling

Music Andrew Beine & The Thompsons Servers Volunteer (2)

Min. of Hospitality Bret Fahrenkrug, Orion Gonwa, Kathy Hawig, Robert Kirst, Robert Struebing, Volunteer Eucharistic Min. Mary Wietor

SUNDAY SM November 24 9:00 AM Lector Debora Strigenz

Ciborium* Sue Rettler

Cup* Chris Dehler, Jennifer Schmidt Music Jane Meyer & Randy Thull Servers Mara Butschlick, Antoine Coleman Min. of Hospitality Joe Dehler, Volunteer

SUNDAY HT November 24 11:00 AM

Lector Meghan Luedtke

Ciborium* Michelle Walters

Cup* Henry Delcore, Dodie Sargent Music Olivia Krautkramer & Heather Lettow Servers Madelyn & Mikaela Marquardt Min. of Hospitality David Amerling, James Leister,

Bev Rohlinger, Volunteer

* Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion


Saturday November 16, 2019

4:00 p.m. (Fr. Strand) HT † Lois Domach

Sunday November 17, 2019

7:30 a.m. (Fr. Strand) HT For the People of Holy Trinity

& St. Michael Parishes 9 a.m. (Fr. Dirkx) SM † Vince Meyer 11 a.m. (Fr. Strand) HT † Robert & Ralph Kern

Monday November 18, 2019—NO

Tuesday MassNovember 19, 2019 5 p.m. (Fr. Strand) HT † Shirley Kempf Wednesday November 20, 2019

7:45 a.m. (Fr. Strand) HT † Deceased Members of the Lawrence/Rinzel Family

Thursday November 21, 2019

7:45 a.m. (Fr. Strand) HT † John Heisdorf

Friday November 22, 2019

7:45 a.m.

School Mass (Fr. Strand) HT † Pat Gonring

Saturday November 23, 2019

4:00 p.m. (Fr. Dirkx) HT † Roy & Robert Swanson

Sunday November 24, 2019

7:30 a.m. (Fr. Strand) HT † Anna Nigh 9 a.m. (Fr. Strand) SM † Carl Plaum

11 a.m. (Fr. Dirkx) HT For the People of Holy Trinity

& St. Michael Parishes

Bulletin Sunday Articles Due to the Parish Office by Noon Sunday, November 24 Monday, November 11 Sunday, December 1 Monday, November 18 Sunday, December 8 Monday, November 25 Sunday, December 15 Monday, December 2 Sunday, December 22 Monday, December 9 Sunday, December 29 Monday, December 16 Sunday, January 5 Monday, December 16



THURSDAY HT November 28 9:00 AM

Lector Reagan Dricken Ciborium* Lisa Murre

Cup* John Amerling, Joanne Heisdorf

Music Joint Choir

Servers Abby Thull, Volunteer Min. of Hospitality Tom Schoofs, Linda Theisen

Volunteer (2)

Church tradition holds that at a young age, Mary was presented to the Lord in the temple by her parents Joachim and Anna. It was there, in the temple, that Mary was dedicated to the Lord and made her vow of chastity. She lived and grew up in the temple until she was betrothed to Joseph.

Feast Day—Thursday, November 21st


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