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					                                 THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
                                       WORLD MISSION SUNDAY
                                      SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2011

            MASSES FOR THIS WEEK                                     THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH

Monday, October 24 Saint Anthony Mary Claret,                        Monday, October 24
bishop                                                   1:00   pmWhy Catholic (JoRean Hoffman) – Rm. 203
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  8:00 a.m. Victor & Dolores Eckert                      1:30   pmPrayer Group - (Bev Luegers) – Library
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  6:30 p.m. Ed. J. Eckert                                3:30   pmYouth Choir Rehearsal – Rm. 118
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Tuesday, October 25                                      5:30   pmSt. Vincent de Paul Mtg. – Rm. 203
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  8:00 a.m. Dan & Marie Rohleder                         6:30   pmMen’s CRHP Mtg. – Rm. 203
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  6:30 p.m. Robert Gunselman                             7:00   pmWhy Catholic (C.Gramelspacher) -Rm.307
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  7:00 p.m. 2nd Grade Parent/Student                                Tuesday, October 25
            Sacramental Preparation                     8:00 am – Senior Program – Activity Center
Wednesday, October 26                                  12:00 pm – Cursillo Prayer Group – Chapel
  8:00 a.m. Special Intention for M/M S. & M.G.         6:30 pm – Boy Scout Troop #182 Mtg. – Rm. 216
 12:05 p.m. Special Intention for M.V. & S.V. &         6:30 pm – Why Catholic (Dana Hoffman) – Rm. 302
            family                                      7:00 pm – Prayer Shawl Ministry Mtg. – Rm. 304
Thursday, October 27                                              Wednesday, October 26
  8:00 a.m. Claude A Gramelspacher                      8:45 am – Legion of Mary – Rm. 203
  6:30 p.m. Albert & Aldela Schlachter                  5:30 pm – Hispanic First Comm. & Parent
            Confession & Adoration following Mass                  Classes – Rms. 307 & 308
            until 8:00 p.m.                             6:30 pm – Why Catholic (Kathy Schneider) – Rm. 203
Friday, October 28 Saint Simon & Saint Jude,                        Thursday, October 27
apostles                                                9:00 am – Why Catholic (Judy Heidorn) – Library
  8:00 a.m. Otto & Florence Fierst                      9:30 am – Bible Study for Mothers w/young
Saturday, October 29                                              children (Nicole Hulsman) – Rm. 205
  8:00 a.m. All Missing & Exploited Children            3:45 pm – Respect for Life Mtg. - Library
  5:30 p.m. William “Bill” Dedrick                      6:00 pm – Why Catholic (Mona Resenbeck) – Rm. 203
Sunday, October 30 Thirty-First Sunday in               7:00 pm – St. Joseph Choir Rehearsal – Rm. 118
Ordinary Time/Reformation Sunday                                     Sunday, October 30
  6:00 a.m. Rita Begle                                  6:00 am – Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast –
  7:00 a.m. People of the Parish                                  Activity Center
  9:00 a.m. Marcella Beyke                              8:00 am – St. Joseph Choir Rehearsal – Rm. 118
 11:00 a.m. Pat Ebenkamp                                9:00 am – Pre-school Sunday School – Rm. 205
  4:00 p.m. Spanish Mass                               10:00 am – Why Catholic (Kurt Hedinger) – Rm. 302

                                                                 A NOTE FROM SISTER BEATA
        ANNUAL K OF C MEMORIAL MASS                    God bless you and thank you for your many
The Annual K of C MEMORIAL MASS for all                prayers, cards, visits and get well wishes. Special
members of Council #1584 who have died this past       thanks for the many people who took care of me
year will be held at Holy Family Church on             the morning I fell down the steps. I have said many
Monday, November 7th at 7:00 p.m. This service is      prayers of thanksgiving for all of you and thank
open to the public. We encourage all family            God I did not break an arm, leg or hip. I am doing
members and relatives of the recently deceased         very well and hope to be at the Monastery in a few
Knights to attend.                                     days. At present my vision is not yet normal. After
                                                       much prayer I have made the decision to resign
                                                       from my position as House Parent of Owl House
              PRAYER LINE CONTACT                      and be of service to the Sisters at the Monastery.
To put someone on the Prayer Line contact:             God bless all of you and you will be in my prayers
Jim and Mildred Gramelspacher at 482-1911 or           daily.
Eileen Hall in late afternoon at 482-5829.                            Sister Beata Mehling
Anyone interested in being a member of the Prayer
Line please call Sr. Mary Jane at 482-1805 ext. 111.

                                                                   NOTICE TO ALL LECTORS
                                                       Lector workbooks need to be ordered. If any
                                                       Lectors are interested, call the Parish Center at
                                                       482-1805 to order your copy.
      If You Want To Save Your Life, Lose It.                       MASS OF REMEMBRANCE
           Death, Judgment, Heaven, Hell                Weekend of October 29/30, in preparation for the
Tuesday, Nov. 1, All Saints Day                         month of Nov, which is the Church's month to
Dr. Mark E. Ginter, guest speaker                       remember all the faithfully departed, we will
St. Joseph's Parish Center, Kundek Hall                 remember in a special way, the members of our
Same presentation – Two different times:                parish family who passed during the period of Oct
         a) After the 8 a.m. Mass and rosary            1, 2010 through Sept 30, 2011. To allow all
         b) After the 6:30 p.m. Mass                    parishioners to have the opportunity to show their
Refreshments will be served. Call the Parish Center,    support, the deceased will be remembered
482-1805 to RSVP Free will offering will be taken       individually during the entrance rite at the
for St. Joseph’s Holy Family, Inc.                      weekend Liturgy, at which their family normally
                                                        attends. A candle will be brought up in their honor
On January 6th, Epiphany Dinner & Discussion
topic with Dr. Ginter: “Why Catholics Drift” from       and placed in front of the altar.
the Church and How to Keep Your Children
Oriented towards Christ.                                PICTURES OF LOVED ONES WHO HAVE DIED
                                                        In remembering the Faithful Departed, families
                                                        are invited to display photographs of their
        ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR                         deceased loved ones throughout the month of
We are planning our Annual Christmas Bazaar for         November. These pictures can also be of non-St
Sat & Sun, Dec 3rd & 4th. Currently, we are             Joseph parishioners. Please put your picture/s,
planning for the Bazaar to run from 8:00 a.m. till      preferably sized 5x7 or smaller, in the basket in
7:00 p.m. on Sat and 8:00 a.m. till 12:30 p.m. on       the back of Church before October 24, so we can
Sun. We will need volunteers to donate their time       place them on the side altars by the weekend of
and talents in order for our Bazaar to be a success.    October 31st. Remember to put your name and
We have some volunteers offer to make homemade          phone number on the back of your picture/s .
noodles & dumplings for the event. Other items we
need donated are: Costume Jewelry, craft items,
baked goods, turnip kraut & slaw, horseradish,                  THE “BOOK OF THE DECEASED”
jellies & jams, salsas, meat rubs, party mix,           During the month of November, the Church uses
cookies & candies, bread, stocking stuffers & white     this natural autumn time of the year to reflect
elephant items, just to give a few suggestions.         upon the reality of death in our lives. November is
We will have more info and sign-up sheets in the        a time to remember all the Faithful Departed, not
near future. Proceeds will be used for Church           just the newly deceased. The “Book of the
maintenance/upkeep as needed.                           Deceased” will be located in the greeting area near
Also: St. Nicholas will be available for pictures. If   the baptismal font and the Easter Candle. We
you would like your picture taken with him, please      place this book there for the names of deceased
bring your camera to Parish Center after either the     loved ones whom you wish to remember.
Sat evening Mass or the 11:00 a.m. Sun Mass.            Throughout November, the “Book of the Deceased”
                                                        will be brought up in front of the altar at each
                                                        Mass as a sign that we hold them in prayer and
            MONTE CASSINO SHRINE                        affection every time we gather to worship.
Saint Meinrad Archabbey’s pilgrimages to honor
the Blessed Mother at the Monte Cassino Shrine,
                                                              SPIRITUAL ADOPTION BABY SHOWER
located 1 mile east of the Archabbey on State Hwy
                                                        Your spiritually adopted baby is now approaching
62 in St. Meinrad. The public is invited to services
                                                        his or her 9th month. Your baby will be born soon.
which will begin at 2 p.m. Central Daylight Time.
                                                        The “Respect Life Committee” will be having a baby
October 23—Fr. Germain Swisshelm, OSB
                                                        shower the weekend of November 5th & 6th. There
“The Rosary – Album of Our Lady’s Memories”
                                                        will be boxes in the back of church where you can
October 30—Fr. Jeremy King, OSB
                                                        drop off gifts for your baby. Your gifts will be
“Mary, Queen of All Saints”                             donated to Tri Cap/Crisis Connection and Matrix.
                                                        We will also have cookies as part of "Coffee and
ANNUAL SOUP SUPPER AND COUNTRY STORE                    Conversation” after the 9:00 am Mass to celebrate
Saturday, Nov. 5th St. Martin, Whitfield;               the birth of your baby. Thank you for choosing life!
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm; St. Martin Rosary Altar
                                                        The Jasper Mural will be unveiled @ the Dubois Co.
Society's Annual Soup Supper & Country Store.           Museum today, Sun, Oct 23rd @ 1:30 p.m. St. Joseph
Chili & Vegetable Soups with Hot Dogs/Coneys,           Church is featured.
Desserts & Drinks. Cost: $6.00 Adults and $3.00
for Children under 12. Carryout available & one                        WEDDING BANNS
Quilt (queen), to be given away.                                 Megan Lampert & Jeff Durlauf II
        DIVINE PROVIDENCE PERPETUAL                                LITURGICAL MINISTERS
      EUCHARISTIC ADORATION CHAPEL”                                   OCTOBER 29/30
The “Divine Providence Perpetual Eucharistic
                                                       EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS:
Adoration Chapel”, is located at 1385 W 6th St in
                                                        5:30 pm – Priest B1, Ann Arvin, Jodi Smith,
Jasper. Chapel has the following open hours: 1
                                                         Daniel Johnson, Betty Johnson, Patrick Lottes,
am on the 4th & 5th Sunday of every month, 5 pm
                                                         Susan Abbett, Dorothy Hall, Pam Bell, Jessica
on the 3rd, 4th & 5th Saturday of every month, 1 am
                                                         Beckman, Judy Heidorn, Lynn Brang
on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month & 11
                                                        7:30 am – Priest B1, Mary Moeller, Christine
am on the 3rd Thursday of every month. If you are
                                                         Brinkman, Michelle Brown, Rosemary Heim,
able to spend an hour with Jesus, please call 630-
                                                         Marilyn Jahn, Deacon Levi, Rose Rasche, Nancy
8382 or email dp@adorationmanager.com. “Then
                                                         Eckert, Sarah Kasprzak, Christine Rue,
He (Jesus) went out to the mountain to pray,
                                                         Kimberly Berg
spending the night in communion with God.” Luke
                                                        9:00 am – Priest B1, Bob Acton, Cheri Acton,
6:12
                                                         Jane Betz, Tom Betz, Patty Scherle, Dave
      ST. CELESTINE CATHOLIC CHURCH                      Kramer, Jan Kramer, Pat Hedinger, Sara Fritch,
                 ANNUAL SHOOT                            Debra Beck, Greg Beck
             Sunday, October 30, 2011                  11:00 am – Priest B1, Michael Hagerdon, Kay
Located 9 miles east of Jasper, & 7 miles west of        Hagerdon, Daniel Schmitt, Joan Mungovan,
Patoka Lake, just off Hwy. 164. Event will be held       Michelle Johnson, Thomas Foisy, Mona
on the grounds of the Celestine Community Club,          Resenbeck, Cindi Jones, Michelle Kerstiens,
1 mile northeast of the Church at 7742 E.                Ambrose Schitter, Honor Hoffman
Ellsworth Rd, Celestine, IN. Fried Chicken Dinners
with our Famous Celestine Homemade Dressing            SERVERS:
will be served at 10:30 am till 4:00 pm EST. 20          5:30 pm – Lauren Siewers/Noah Whalen
Beautiful Celestine Hand-Made Quilts plus our           7:30 am – Adam Schwartz/Mason Berg
special quilt raffle, Country store, Grand Raffle       9:00 am – Adam Betz/Hannah Knies
with $1000.00 grand prize, children’s games &          11:00 am – Gracie & Joseph Hoffman
large inflatable’s. Bingo will be held from 12:30      SENIOR SERVERS:
pm till 5:00 pm. A 12 Gauge Ham Shoot starts at         5:30 pm – Kelsey Siewers
10:00 am. Closed shoot for Beef and Pork Choices        9:00 am – Ryan Betz
at 2:00 pm 1st Choice – ½ dressed beef, 2nd Choice-    11:00 am – Adam Fierst
Beef & Pork thereafter. Mass at 8:00 am at St.
Celestine & at St. Raphael at 10:00 am EST.            LECTORS:
License # 125352                                         5:30 pm – Steven Whalen/Daniel Johnson
                                                         7:30 am – Kyle Werner/Rose Rasche
         OFFERTORY GIFT BEARERS                          9:00 am – Brenda Barth/Bill Schuler
                 October 29/30                          11:00 am – Jane & Ken Krempp
 5:30 pm – _________________________________
                                                       VIDEO:
 6:00 am – _________________________________
                                                         9:00 am – Chuck Renner
 7:30 am – _________________________________
 9:00 am – _________________________________           CANTORS/CHOIRS:
11:00 am – Pat Ebenkamp Family                          5:30 pm – Rosie Bartley
                                                        9:00 am – Rosina Schuler
                    BOSCO NEWS                         11:00 am – Paula Alles/Youth Choir
October 26 - House open until 5 pm for High
school youth.                                          Collection Direct Deposits:         $ 1,706.40
THERE WILL BE BOOK BUSTER TONIGHT, BUT                 Collections for Oct. 15/16          $ 15,281.24
WE WILL BEGIN AT 7:30 PM INSTEAD OF 8:30               Amount needed for budget:           $ 16,371.34
PM, because of no Rel Ed tonight!                      Difference for Sunday:              $     616.30
October 28 - Bonfire at St.Mary's, Ireland for         Difference Year–to-Date:            $ 9,472.61
youth in Grades 6-12 from 6:30-8:30pm. Pumpkin         Children’s Collection:              $       8.93
painting, games, snacks and activities. All youth      Dubois Co. Community Meals          $ 1,522.93
are welcome, don't miss the fun!
November 5-7 - TEC (Teens Encounter Christ), at                 PARISH CENTER ROOM RENTAL
St. Mary's, Ireland for youth who are, Juniors in      Anyone (parish ministries or parishioners) wishing
High School and older. A wonderful weekend to          to rent or use a room in the Parish Center must fill
grow in your Catholic faith. Call Becky with any       out a form 14 days before needing the room and
questions or find the application on line, there are   pay any fee at that time. Please notify Jane of any
still openings for the weekend. 481-2442               cancellations after arranging for a room, so rooms
                                                       won’t be unnecessarily heated or cooled.

				
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