Very Rev. Richard J. Stoffel, Pastor—
Also serves: Resurrection Parish, Allenton 629-5240 SACRAMENTS
Reconciliation: See schedule inside
Baptisms: Parents must attend pre-baptism instruction on the First Sunday of the month, at 11:30AM, in the church. Please call the Parish Office to register.
Marriage: Couples contact the pastor at least six months in ad- vance. At least one party must be a registered member of the parish and a practicing Catholic.
Anointing of the Sick & Communion to the Ill and Homebound:
Inform your pastor of persons who are ill and/or confined to their homes.
PARISH MEMBERSHIP Families and single persons,18 years and older, must be registered at the parish in order to receive services the parish offers.
We, the members of St. Peter Parish, Slinger, Wisconsin, as a true Christian Community, under the guidance of
the Holy Spirit, resolve to make our parish a center of spiritual growth and renewal. We dedicate ourselves to the call of the Mission of the Church by providing Catholic education, formation
and moral guidance, based on the gospel, for all the people of our community. We accept the challenge to live a Christian life!
We celebrate our relationship with God through Liturgy, Sacraments and Prayer. As a faith-filled community, we promise to be caring and supportive of our brothers and sisters in Christ, who may be
hurting spiritually, physically, emotionally or financially.
To foster a just and peaceful society, each member, with his or her talents, time and treasure, will
contribute to the good and growth of our entire Parish. May the Holy Spirit bless our efforts to form
a faithful, trusting and loving community.
Parish Website- www.stpeterslinger.org School Website- www.spcsslinger.org Parish E-Mail- email@example.com Archdiocesan Website-www.archmil.org Bulletin Deadline: Monday before 10:30AM Pulpit Announcements: Thursday before 10:30AM Calendar: Contact Parish Secretary
NEIGHBORING PARISHES MASS SCHEDULE
Resurrection: Wednesday & Friday 8AM;
Saturday 6:45PM; Sunday 8:30AM St. Lawrence: Tuesday & Thursday 8AM;
Saturday 4PM; Sunday 9:45AM
C A T H O L I C C O N G R E G A T I O N
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MAY 5, 2019
3RD SUNDAY OF EASTER CONGRATULATIONS TO ST. PETER
SADIE BALCOM DREW BERGER LUCAS BINGEN SOLOMON BRAHM PIERSON BUSALACCHI
WILLIAM BYMAN ADAM DORNACKER
XAVIER GEHRING JACK GONZALEZ JEFFREY GREENHILL
BRISTOL HARRIS MADILYN HELDT
COLIN HETZEL KEVIN HILL HAYDEN HUGHES
MASON JANZER ZOE JOHNSON BROOKLYN KOWALSKE
ABIGAIL KRATZ EVAN KUSTA
REESE LEIDER ASHLYN LENNARTZ
BRADYN LISKO NICOLAS OKRUSZYNSKI
HALEY OURS SOPHIA RATKOWSKI
TRYSTAN ROETHLE MASON ROSKOPF ABIGAIL RUFENER ALLISON SANDBERG
LOGAN SCHLOEMER SAMANTHA SCHULTZ
EDEN SHUMWAY KAYLA STEWART KAYLEE THIBODEAU
ELIAS TORRES CYPRIAN VAN EPEREN
S T . P E T E R C O N G R E G A T I O N · S L I N G ER , W I
Parish Fax (262) 644-7951 Parish Telephone (262) 644-8083 Very Rev. Richard J. Stoffel ext. 2106 firstname.lastname@example.org
Deacon Robert Derks (414) 313-5184 email@example.com
Donna Sternke, Parish Secretary ext. 2105 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rita Kuhaupt, Bookkeeper ext. 2208 email@example.com
Andy Smith, Music Director ext. 2210 firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Maintenance ext. 2203
Lisa Schmitt, Minister of Aging (262) 644-8818 email@example.com
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION DIRECTORY Paul Rogers, DRE Pastoral Assoc ext. 2209 firstname.lastname@example.org
Eileen Belongea, DRE YM 6-11 ext. 2207 email@example.com
Kim Slizewski, RE Secretary ext. 2211 REsecretary@stpeterslinger.org
Religious Education Absentee Line ext. 3002 SCHOOL (SPCS) DIRECTORY
Cheryl Jaeger, Principal/Marketing Dir. ext. 3100 firstname.lastname@example.org
Yvonne Stucke, School Secretary ext. 3105 email@example.com
Childcare, Theresa Smith ext. 3103 firstname.lastname@example.org
PASTORAL COUNCIL: Ex-Officio Members Very Rev. Richard J. Stoffel, Pastor
David Grant, Trustee/Treasurer Sherry Schaefer, Trustee/Secretary
PASTORAL COUNCIL: Elected Members Cheryl Piefer-Wachtel, Chair (2015) (2018) Mike Duley, Vice Chair (2014/2017) Mark Duellman (2016)
Jim Chervenka (2017) Brian Dhein, Secretary (2018) Dan Kern (2018)
Joel Schodron (2018)
Knights of Columbus Council #12588 Chad Balcom (920) 539-8880 or email@example.com
Legion of Mary, Ann Hayden (262) 644-5072 Prayer Line, Irene Wolf (262) 644-8082
SUPPORT BUSINESSES SUPPORTING US When you patronize Schaefer’s BP, for every $3 minimum in-store (not fuel) purchase you can enter a monthly drawing for 5 dollars of free fuel.
Every Sunday when you dine and present our church bulletin to your server at Texas Roadhouse 10% of
your meal is donated back to our parish. READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 5, 2019
Sunday: Acts 5:27-32, 40b-41/Ps 30:2, 4, 5-6, 11-12, 13 [2a]/Rv 5:11-14/Jn 21:1- 19 or 21:1-14
Monday: Acts 6:8-15/Ps 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30 [1ab]/Jn 6:22-29
Tuesday: Acts 7:51--8:1a/Ps 31:3cd-4, 6 and 7b and 8a, 17 and 21ab [6a]/Jn 6:30- 35 Wednesday: Acts 8:1b-8/Ps 66:1-3a, 4-5, 6-7a /Jn 6:35-40
Thursday: Acts 8:26-40/Ps 66:8-9, 16-17, 20 /Jn 6:44-51 Friday: Acts 9:1-20/Ps 117:1bc, 2 [Mk 16:15]/Jn 6:52-59
Saturday: Acts 9:31-42/Ps 116: 12-13, 14-15, 16-17 /Jn 6:60-69
Our community changed lives this Lent. We raised
$1,740.11—CRS Rice Bowl THANKS YOU!
Monday, May 6
12Noon Book Study, Clare Hall Rm 101 4:30PM Jazzercise Class, SPCS Gym
6PM Technology Meeting, SPCS Lunch Room Tuesday, May 7
4:30PM Jazzercise Class, SPCS Gym 6PM Legion Of Mary, Clare Hall Rm 101
7PM Christian Formation & Evangelization, Clare Hall Rm 201 7:15PM Prayer & Worship Committee, Clare Hall Rm 103 7:15PM Human Concerns Committee, Clare Hall Rm 102 Wednesday, May 8
6PM SING! Practice, Church Conference Rm 115 7:15PM Sacred Choir Practice, Church Conference Rm 115 Thursday, May 9
8:30AM-6PM Eucharistic Adoration-St. George Chapel, Clare Hall 4:30PM Jazzercise Class, SPCS Gym
5:30PM TOPS, Clare Hall Rm 101, 103 5:30PM Little Flowers, SPCS Rooms 101 & 102 5:30PM Blue Knights, St. George Chapel in Clare Hall 6:30PM Adult Bible Study, Church Conference Rm 130, 133,
Gathering Space Friday, May 10
9AM SPCS Picnic, Fr. Rick’s Front Lawn
6:30PM SPCS Spring Concert
Saturday, May 11 MAY CROWNING Sunday, May 12 MAY CROWNING
9AM Coffee & Catholic Answers, Gathering Space 4:30PM Church Show & Tell, Church & GS
6:30PM MounTeens Adoration, Church
Monday, May 6 8AM Ed Habersetzer†
1:30PM Jeanne Kreilkamp† (Autumn Oaks)
Tuesday, May 7 *6:30PM COMMUNION SERVICE
Wednesday, May 8 8AM COMMUNION SERVICE Thursday, May 9 8AM Bill, Trudie & Denny Duehning†
Friday, May 10 8AM Mass at Resurrection, Allenton 4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER
Saturday, May 11 4PM Confessions
5PM Ray, Clara, Donald Held†(SC) 8PM Katherine Giencke†
Sunday, May 12 7:30AM Art & Eleanor Fassbender†
10:30AM Shirley Senger†
6:30PM MounTeen Adoration (SING!) (SC)Sacred Choir
From the Pastor’s Desk Parish Support
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From The Pastor’s Desk (continued): consistency with each other despite being written down at different times and for different peoples who inhabited different cultures. They also compared favorably to independent manuscripts of Jewish and Roman historians in the times of Christ; in our own times, recent archeological explorations in the Holy Land have found the Bible time and time again to be meticulously accurate in corroborating places and events when lined up against known geography and history. The gospels we call apocryphal and that we do not include in the Bible are filled with fanciful and unverifiable material about Jesus’ life and teaching and, as such, have not been viewed as trustworthy guides for a true life of faith in Jesus Christ ever since the end of the 4th century!
Despite our modern technology and presumed intelligence, we forget that our fathers and mothers in faith were far closer to the evidence and the actual experiences that the gospels record than we, and, as such, we should trust their judgment; after all, they were willing to die for it!
6.) Mary In May – The month of May has a special focus on Mary due to her unique role in Our Lord’s Passion, Death &
Resurrection, the Easter Mystery, and has always concluded with a Marian Feast Day on May 31; long-time known as Mary:
Mediatrix of All Graces, it was changed by Pius XII to Mary’s Queen-ship; in 1969, the feast of the Visitation of the Bd.
Virgin Mary was transferred to May 31 to emphasize scriptural foundations of Marian devotion. Pray for us!
1.) Grateful words of heartfelt thanks to a.) Small replace- ment decorative wood parts for those missing on our 9th and 14th Stations of the Cross were recently hand-crafted to fully restore their appearance; those who have been noting the missing decorative elements will now appreciate their restored symmetry, thanks to an anonymous woodworker; b.) Dave Beine for making a beautiful wood framework to hold part of our 1992 church stained glass windows so that they can now serve as a beautiful privacy divider in our reconciliation chapel, project funded by an anonymous donor; c.) All whose Easter greetings, kindness, and remembrance made my first Easter without Dad peaceful and powerful.
2.) Parishioners Are Welcome – To attend the ordination of Deacon Jonathon Schmeckel to the priesthood on Saturday, May 18, 2019 in the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Milwaukee @ 10:30 AM; he will be shared associate pastor come June 18, 2019!
3.) The St. Vincent de Paul Society – Of such great help to the poor, needy and disadvantaged in Slinger and surrounding communities, announced it will soon need to get a used replacement truck for their work; with great gratitude for all our Vincentians and the Society do through their ministries and thrift store and to honor our upcoming Village 150th Anniver- sary celebration, wanting our community to always be a home for all, we recently donated $5,000 as a parish to this worthy effort and encourage you always to consider making donations to the St. Vincent de Paul as the things you bring are either given freely by voucher to needy families or, when sold at thrift prices, monies raised assist with food, medical, rent, transporta- tion and utility needs.
4.) Help for Notre Dame in France – Is being coordinated on-line by the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC – go to https://
www.nationalshrine.org/support-notre-dame to make a gift to support the Cathedral and those affected by the devastating fire in Paris on April 15, 2019.
5.) What Does the New Testament Leave Out? – Is a question some religious programming raises about the life & times of Jesus when they mingle materials from the canonical gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) with material found in gospels called apocryphal (Proto-Gospel of James, the Gospel of Judas, the Gospel of Peter, the Gospel of Thomas). The existence of gospels in addition to the familiar four may come as a surprise to some and lead those given to make excursions into ‘conspiracy theories’ to wonder what the Church has been trying to hide! The facts are that existence of these gospels has been well known for a long time despite their seemingly relative, recent re-discoveries during the 20th century. From them we know that many manuscripts circulated in the first 300 years after Christ; the number of contradictory gospel accounts made it necessary for the Catholic Church to end the confusion and decide which of the books belong in the Bible, which are worthy of preservation for the sake of instruction in the faith, and which are not. How did they decide this? On the basis of historical reliability! Eyewitnesses and their descendants tested the claims of each gospel account presented for authentication and found only Matthew, Mark, Luke and John to have complete reliability. One of the apocryphal gospels alleges to describe some rather bizarre miracles said to have been done by the child Jesus; others contain sayings contrary to well-known teachings of Jesus. The report of the life, miracles and teaching of Jesus in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John not only resonated with the oral memories handed down to us by the Apostles and early church missionaries but also were found to have internal
Sunday, April 21, 2019 Sunday Envelopes $30,124.00 Offertory 2,252.00 Holy Thursday 515.35 Holy Land 1,034.75 Easter 7,741.00 Electronic Deposits 2,089.00 Endowment Fund 110.00 Capital Improvements 15.00 Rice Bowl 1,740.11 Vigil Lights 120.00 CC/Debt Reduction 4,553.00 Needy Families 155.00 Passion Play 622.13 THANK YOU! $51,071.34
Sunday, April 28, 2019 Sunday Envelopes $ 9,719.00 Offertory 696.00 Easter 548.00 Electronic Deposits 2,700.00 Endowment Fund 130.00 Capital Improvements 5.00 Vigil Lights 114.00 CC/Debt Reduction 1,006.00 Needy Families 50.00 Passion Play 50.00 Miscellaneous 1,214.68 THANK YOU! $16,232.68
Matthew Hughes & Toni Gumina!
Matthew & Toni were married on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 at St. Peter.
A WARM WELCOME TO ST. PETER PARISHIONERS RECEIVING THE
HOLY COMMUNION—3/2/2019 JAMES ROBERT ZURN
BAPTISM & HOLY COMMUNION—4/20/2019 SANTOS RODRIGUEZ
PROFESSION OF FAITH/HOLY COMMUNION/
ANNIE CATHERINE HACKBARTH, GINA MARIE LUKASZEWICZ, DIANE MARLENE SOBOTTA
HOLY COMMUNION & CONFIRMATION:
MARION DIANE UNERTL
S T . P E T E R C O N G R E G A T I O N · S L I N G ER , W I
ST. PETER CATHOLIC SCHOOL
SCRIP PROGRAM -Looking for a special gift for Mother’s Day? How about purchasing gift certificate for her favorite place to shop for flowers or gardening items? Or how about a gift certificate for her favorite place to eat? Check it out at the Scrip table!
If you would like information about our school, shadow a classroom or take a tour, please contact Cheryl Jaeger, Principal/Marketing Director at 262-644-8083 x24 or firstname.lastname@example.org. May God bless you and your families as you consider this important decision for your child.
COFFEE & CATHOLIC ANSWERS May 12th - MARY
May 19th –EVIL & WHERE IT COMES FFROM Send suggestions for topics to Kim at email@example.com or 262-644-8083 x2211
COME TO THE MOUNTAIN MAY 12th, 2019
6:30-8PM @ST. PETER CHURCH MounTeens Youth Group invites you to this once a month Youthful Holy Hour of Adoration, spiritual reflections, teen witness talks, worship music and fellowship. PLEASE JOIN US!!
Summer Childcare Available at St. Peter Catholic School. We are offering Summer Childcare from June 10 – August 29 from 6:30AM-5:30PM. It is open for any children
ages 3 and up. The child must be toilet trained. Please see the bulletin insert for further information.
Congratulation to the SPCS Calendar of Cash Winners April 15th-18th
Mike O’Connell, Jodi Magyar, Tracy Buddenhagen, Sue Stoffel
(no school 4/19-4/26)
Slinger High School is presenting its annual Local History and Culture Night on
Wednesday, May 15th @ 6:30-8:15PM in the Performing Arts Center at Slinger High School. This year's theme -150th
Anniversary of the Village of Slinger. Feel free to wear your letterman's jacket, bring your yearbook, newspaper clippings, or show off awards. Group photos can be requested.
Vacation Bible School - Life is Wild | God is good Registration deadline May 31st VBS Registration for this summer is now
Children completing 3K – 5th grade can sign up for a week-long adventure.
June 17-21, 1-3:30PM (Friday 4:30PM).
To register or volunteer to help contact Kim at
262-644-8083 x2211 or REsecretary@stpeterslinger.org.
It's time to register for next year! Save $50 off your overall tuition when you register before June 1, 2019.
A down-payment of any kind is due at the time of registration.
See the website for a flyer with all the different offerings or a registration form. All students will receive a free gift for registering. Any questions contact Kim at 262-644-8083 x2211, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAFE ENVIRONMENT WEEK Did You Know… Criminal Background Checks are conducted on every priest, deacon, parish director, employee, and volunteer working with minors in active ministry in parishes and schools in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
1.) Thank you to Bob Manning for the donation of a workbench to our garage. It'll be wonderful to store tools properly and to have a solid platform to pound things out.
2.) Also, we appreciate the extra efforts of John Gehring in putting together the stand for our delightful First Communion banners.
3.) We’re having an Open House May 18th & 19th to formally invite the entire congregation to look at our "new" (repainted) gymnasium. We again thank our benefactors from the Dinner Auction, we appreciate the extra expertise from Dave Wolbrink and Jackie Stroik to complete this project.
Knight of Columbus Congratulations goes to:
Justin Schwartz, (one of the newest members) for Knight of the Month and Andy & Gina Bongard for Family of the Month.
COME AND JOIN THE KNIGHTS, “BE NOT AFRAID”
Open House for all new and perspective 3K – 5th grade families is on Tuesday, May 14 from 8AM-6PM. We are inviting you and your child to visit our faith based school while in session, shadow a classroom or tour our school. Any questions please contact us at 262-644-8083 x3105 or cheryl.jaeger@
Thank you for those that have purchased pizza and beef jerky!
A friendly reminder that pick up for pizzas and beef jerky will be on Monday, May 20, 2019 from 2-5PM at Jim’s Place (201 Kettle Moraine Drive South, Slinger)
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION -Sunday School Lenten Project Special thanks to our 5th Graders and catechist, Cindy Rogers for initiating and organizing this Lenten Project. We had great participation from all grade levels. We received a thank you from Slinger Food Pantry, "All donations will go a long way in assisting those less fortunate in our community and Washington County."
Slinger Food Pantry, Barb and Bob Manning
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PLUMBING & HEATING Remodeling New Construction • Service
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• Lumber • Roofing
• Siding • Building Materials
• Builders Hardware • Andersen Windows
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BREAKFAST & LUNCH Monday - Friday: 6 AM-1:30 PM Liquor Sales: 6AM-Midnight Hwy 41 & Hwy K, Slinger/Allenton
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Let us cook up some of our delicious light & fluffy pancakes
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1155 E Commerce Blvd
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SLINGER - MAYVILLE Steve Schauer, Owner/Alumni
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Phillip Funeral Homes
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NOAH NIENSTEDT Funeral Directors
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RURAL SANITATION INC.
Septic & Holding Tanks Cleaned Reasonable Rates Available 7 Days Week ROBERT A. KRATZ & SONS
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FAMILY DENTAL CARE
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Asphalt Maintenance Inc
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL FREE ESTIMATES
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Friedemann Chiropractic 262-297-1551
403 S. Kettle Moraine Dr.
(Hwy 144) Slinger, WI
Amundson Insulation, Inc
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New and Existing Fiberglass, Cellulose, Closed Cell Foam
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• COMMERCIAL • CORPORATE • EDUCATION
• HEALTHCARE • RELIGIOUS • RESIDENTIAL
Your Local Home Project Center
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The Parish would like to recognize the vendors of the renovation project, we appreciate their efforts.
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• Independent Living • Assisted Living
• Memory Care • Activities Program
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