ST. STEPHEN CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM THE WITNESS Lisa Geisler 266-9863 (ext 100) Office Manager Catholic Student Center firstname.lastname@example.org Rev. Ken Glaser September 13, 2009 266-9863 (ext 104) Priest/Chaplain Director of Campus Ministry email@example.com Erin Kass Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 266-9863 (ext 103) Campus Minister firstname.lastname@example.org Kelly McCormick 266-9863 (ext 105) Development Coordinator/ Business Manager email@example.com Anastasia Nicklaus Schmelzer 266-9863 (ext 102) Director of Liturgy & Music firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Len Froyen 266-9863 Deacon email@example.com PEER MINISTERS 266-9863 (ext 108) firstname.lastname@example.org Bethany Fiagle Spiritual Life email@example.com Joel Ford Community Life Fordj87@uni.edu MISSION STATEMENT Emily Hurd We are a Catholic faith community. Social Justice Our mission is to proclaim the Gospel and build up God’s Kingdom. firstname.lastname@example.org We proclaim the Gospel... --when we welcome all in a spirit of Christian hospitality. Stephen Waterman Campus Outreach --when we celebrate God’s presence in worship, prayer and community. email@example.com --when we live as a sacramental community which embodies God’s presence. We build up God’s Kingdom... --when we offer opportunities for spiritual growth and faith formation. --when we commit ourselves to serving others and working for social justice. --when we act as good stewards of our time, talents, and financial resources. 1019 W 23RD STREET • CEDAR FALLS, IA 50613 • 266-9863 • WWW.STSTEPHENUNI.ORG THIS WEEK @ ST. STEPHEN DISCIPLESHIP COUNCIL firstname.lastname@example.org MONDAY THURSDAY Jason Dole SEPT. 14 SEPT. 17 President email@example.com Anne Rohde Vice President Nm 21:4b-9; Phil 2:6-11; Jn 3:13-17 1 Tm 4:12-16, Lk 7:36-50 firstname.lastname@example.org Regina Reinig 8:00A Building Opens Secretary email@example.com 12:30P Peer Minister Meeting Community Life 8:00A Building Opens Tracy Chapman 3:45-4:00P Reconciliation firstname.lastname@example.org Tim Getting No Daily Mass 4:30P EUCHARIST email@example.com Weston Hageman 5:15P AA Meeting weston.hageman@ 4:00P Adopt-A-Grandparent hawkeyecollege.edu 7:00P GIFT Group GIFT Groups Stefanie Cogdill 11:00P Building Closes 7:00P Rosary firstname.lastname@example.org 9:00P Men’s Group Courtney Holubar email@example.com 11:00P Building Closes Joel Kirner FRIDAY firstname.lastname@example.org Social Outreach SEPT. 18 TUESDAY Kayla Boyle email@example.com Sean Matthys SEPT. 15 1 Tm 6:2c-12; Lk 8:1-3 firstname.lastname@example.org 8:00A Building Opens 1 Tm 3:1-13; Jn 19:25-27 Jessica Pickhinke email@example.com 8:00A EUCHARIST Community Service Karen Kobliska 1-4P Habitat for Humanity firstname.lastname@example.org 8:00A Building Opens 5:30P T.G.I.F. Event Stephanie McDonough email@example.com 5:00P Building Closes Hannah Walsh 7:30P Witness Choir SATURDAY firstname.lastname@example.org SEPT. 19 Rehearsal Catholic Worker House Cassandra Loecke email@example.com 9:00P TUESDAY PRAYER: 1 Tm 6:13-16; Lk 8: 4-15 Christa Sander OUR LADY OF SORROWS firstname.lastname@example.org Liturgy Planning 11:00P Building Closes Noon Building Opens Michael McAndrew email@example.com 5:00P Building Closes Megan Splittgerber firstname.lastname@example.org 5:00P EUCHARIST AT RCIA Team Margaret Hart ST. PATRICK CHURCH email@example.com WEDNESDAY SUNDAY Katie Tecklenburg firstname.lastname@example.org Ambassadors SEPT. 16 SEPT. 20 Matt Bauerly Wis 2:12, 17-20; Jas 3: 16-4:3; Mk 9:30-37 email@example.com 1 Tm 3:14-16; Lk 7: 31-35 Kelsey Flattery firstname.lastname@example.org 8:00A Building Opens TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY OF Jeanette Roush ORDINARY TIME email@example.com 9:00A MOM’s Group Invitation & Information 9:45-10:00A Reconciliation Elizabeth Madsen Noon Weight Watchers Mtg 10:30A SUNDAY MORNING EUCHARIST firstname.lastname@example.org 11:30-2P RECEPTION FOR DEACON LEN Sarah Marsh 1:00P Staff Meeting email@example.com FROYEN Adopt-A-Grandparent 7:30P GIFT Group 5:30P El Faro Meeting Dawn Kobolt 7:00P RCIA firstname.lastname@example.org 9:00P PRIME TIME 7:30P GIFT Group Victoria Moran email@example.com 11:00P Building Closes 9:00P SUNDAY EVENING EUCHARIST 11:00P Building Closes "Who do you say that I am?" Habitat for Humanity This is a question Jesus presents to his disciples and to We now have all of the dates set for Habitat each of us. We often times struggle to discover the for Humanity this year. Habitat for correct word or phrase that may express this Humanity is a Christian ministry that builds understanding. It is important to realize sometimes homes for people who are in need. Last year, words cannot express this faith in which we profess. we helped build homes for those not only in financial You have been introduced to the Peer Ministers and our need, but also for those in the Cedar Valley that were pastoral staff and today you met our Discipleship Council. affected by natural disasters. Our first date to These are the individuals who are responsible for volunteer is September 18th from 1-4 p.m. The sign up planning, advertising and carrying out the opportunities sheet is on the bulletin board in the lobby! Please sign up that allow us to put our faith into action. You are invited if you are willing to help us make a difference right here to take advantage of these offerings. Perhaps this will in the Cedar Valley! If you have any questions, please allow you to answer this question not only with words but contact Emily Hurd at firstname.lastname@example.org. also with your Christian actions. Honoring Deacon Len Froyen Peace, Fr. Ken Glaser For many years, Len and Gail have been instrumental in Rosary Club helping our faith community grow. Whether it was planning and leading the pre-marriage retreat, The Rosary Club leads the rosary on Thursdays coordinating the cleaning of the Student Center grounds at 7:00pm in the Student Center chapel. Join in the fall and spring, organizing ‘Taco Tuesday,’ or us as we celebrate the mysteries of the rosary. sharing his passion for his Catholic faith through a homily, Deacon Len has shown the true meaning of Roman Catholic Studies Lecture service. On Sunday, September 20, we will have an Noted historian of American Catholicism, Robert Orsi, opportunity to express our thanks. We will celebrate will give a lecture, "Relics, Rosaries, Statues and Deacon Len’s 20 years as a permanent Deacon in the Other Objects: TheLife of Catholic Things," on Archdiocese of Dubuque along with his retirement at the Thursday, October 8, at 7pm in the Student Center 10:30 a.m. Mass, followed by a reception in the social hall. chapel. Orsi is the first holder of the Grace Craddock Please join us! Nagle Chair in Catholic Studies at Northwestern * * * * * * * * University in Evanston, Illinois. He taught previously at If you would like to help with the preparation for the Fordham University, Harvard University and Indiana days events, please see the sign-up sheets in the University, and is past president of the American gathering space. Academy of Religion. Orsi is the author of three award-winning books about American Catholicism: The T.G.I.F. Event Madonna of 115th Street: Faith and Community in Italian Join us Friday, September 18th, at 5:30pm Harlem, 1880-1950; Thank You, Saint Jude: Women's for a photo scavenger hunt! Bring your Devotion to the Patron Saint of Hopeless Causes; and camera and think creative thoughts! Between Heaven and Earth: The Religious Worlds People Make and the Scholars Who Study Them. This lecture is FREE and open to the public. Pre-Marriage Retreat During the course of our lives, whether by deliberate decision or by the coming Tuesday Prayer together of favorable circumstances; we have a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Join us for Tuesday prayer at 9:00pm Marriage is a once-in-a-lifetime decision. It September 15 as we journey with Our Lady of often follows a series of favorable circumstances. It Sorrows. All are welcome! leaves an indelible mark on our souls and calms our restless hearts. We come to the Church for its blessing Men’s Group and later recall our wedding with gratitude. St. Stephen the Witness wants to help you make good on The first Men's Group for the semester will be held on your once in a lifetime decision and the circumstances Thursday, September 17th at 9:00 PM. This group is that contribute to a lasting relationship with God and the open to any young man wanting to grow deeper in faith vows you take on your wedding day. We have been a with other young men from our community. We will blessing for many and have been grateful for the gather at 9:00 PM for some food and social time. Our opportunity. We invite you to participate in our discussion will then follow. All are welcome to join us. If Pre-Marriage Retreat that will be Friday, October 9, you have questions, please contact Fr. Ken Glaser at from 7-10pm and Saturday, October 10, from email@example.com 8:30am-5:00pm. Contact the Student Center office at (319) 266-9863 for registration materials. CMA Volleyball Tournament Monday, September 14th, St. Stephen will be hosting Adopt-A-Grandparent the annual Campus Ministry Association Monday, September 14, from 4-5pm, we will be volleyball tournament. We would like to going to the Cedar Falls Health Care Center to see you out there to bring home the visit the elderly. If you have any questions, trophy for St. Stephen. See the bulletin please contact Dawn at firstname.lastname@example.org or for game times and dates. Victoria at email@example.com MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!! Pancake & Cinnamon Roll Breakfast: On October 17th, St. Stephen will host our Annual Pancake and Cinnamon Roll Breakfast during UNI’s homecoming! We will begin serving breakfast at 8:00am! St. Gabriel’s Breakfast Fundraiser: A pancake/sausage breakfast will be held on Sept. 27 from 8am until noon at St. Gabriel Catholic Church located at 21275 U Ave. in Reinbeck (on T-55 blacktop). Cost is: Adults $5 and children $3 (under 5 years of age). Proceeds will go to sending high school youth to the National Catholic Youth Conference in Kansas City! S ocial Family Weekend Brunch: On Sunday, October 4, St. Stephen the Witness will be hosting our annual Family Weekend Brunch. Reservations are required. Please contact the Student Center Office. El Faro Meeting: On Sunday, September 20, at 5:30pm there will be a El Faro meeting in the classroom. Everyone is welcome to attend. Questions ? Please contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org Canterbury Forum: The Canterbury Forum will present its second program of the Fall 2009 series on Sunday, Sept. 20, at 7pm at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Cedar Falls. Jay Lees, UNI faculty member, will be presenting a documentary of the Parkersburg Tornado and the relief efforts. The doors open at 6:30pm and E ducation treats are always welcome. St. Patrick RE Kick-Off News: Join us for our Fall Kick-Off at 5:45 in the Dutcher Gym this Wednesday, September 16 before our faith formation programs for grades 1 through 8 begin at 6:45. There will be a 9th grade parent/teen meeting at 7:00 following the Kick-Off. Hot dogs and lots of fun will be served to help us get the year started.Catechists are needed for grades 4 and 9. You may be the special person we are looking for! Kindergarten RE Begins on October 7 and there are a few openings. The group is limited to 12 participants. Contact Amy Hoyer at 266-8711 or <email@example.com> for more information. Fall 3-in-1 Appeal Dear Non-student Community Members: Each year the Archdiocese takes up a three-in-one appeal on behalf of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, Catholic Univeristy of America and the Missions Appeal. Envelopes and material are mailed directly to homes of individuals who are registered in a parish. If you do not receive a direct mailing you will not receive the information. Know that even I am registered at St. Patrick as a parishioner, since St. Stephen the Witness is only recognized as a Student Center. Thank you for your generous support of our community, but it is also important that you are connected to a parish in the Archdicoese of Dubuque as well. Thank you, Fr. Ken Glaser Stewardship Reflection Even though the Lord led them out of Egypt and provided for their every need, the people in today's first reading were complaining and ungrateful. Does my stewardship of God's gifts show that I know from Whom they came and am grateful? St. Stephen the Witness would like to express our 2009-10 B ULLETIN A DVERTISERS - THANK YOU! St. Patrick Catholic Church deep gratitude to the Seventh & Washington Streets Archdiocese of Dubuque for Cedar Falls 266-3523 Weekend Mass Schedule: their support with paying Saturday at 5:00pm down our debt! Sunday at 8:00 & 10:00 am St. Stephen Mass Collection Last Week + EFTs: $6,626.87 Y.T.D.: $31,661.24 Thank you for your generosity!
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