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					                  The Parish Family of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
                               #2 Seton Court • St. Charles, Missouri 63303
                                Rev. Msgr. Robert P. Jovanovic 946-6717
     St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Web Site: www.SetonScene.org and visit us on Facebook.com/SetonScene
                            Archdiocese of St. Louis Website: www.archstl.org

  Rev. Msgr. Robert P. Jovanovic, M. Ed., Pastor             Parish Council Chairperson
        Rev. John Mayo, Associate Pastor                         Brian Lamb, 314-973-8424
     Rev. Msgr. Edward Reilly, In Residence                   School Board Chairperson
   Deacon Dan Graham, Deacon Jerry Hurlbert                         Sue Iffrig, 947-6569
            Deacon Richard Tadlock                             PSR Board Chairperson
             Church and Rectory                                 Maureen Ferracane, 939-4818
                 #2 Seton Court                                Child Safety Coordinator
             St. Charles MO 63303                                 Janet Mitchell, 946-6717
          Phone 946-6717 Fax 946-9263                                Music Director
       Parish Staff E-Mail Addresses                     Mary Poettker, mpoettker@setonscene.org
Janet Mitchell               info@setonscene.org                 SESR Regional School
Marie Guccione         mguccione@setonscene.org
Msgr. Jovanovic            robertj@setonscene.org
                                                                        K-8
                                                           #1 Seton Court; St. Charles MO 63303
Fr. John                 frmayo@setonscene.org
                                                               Phone 946-6716 Fax 946-2670
Dcn. Dan Graham      revmrgraham@setonscene.org
                                                            E-mail address: info@MySESR.org
Dcn. Jerry Hurlbert revmrhurlbert@setonscene.org
                                                                Principal, Ms. Joanna Collins
Dcn. Richard Tadlock revmrtadlock@setonscene.org
                                                           E-mail address: jcollins@MySESR.org
                 Stephen Ministry
           revmrhurlbert@setonscene.org
                                                          Concession Stand, Field - 636.481.4359
      Contact Deacon Jerry Hurlbert at 946-4670            Concession Stand, Gym - 724-9921
       Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP)                           PSR Office - 669-6706
               CRHP@setonscene.org                             Director, Mrs. Nancy Burian
                   Daily Masses                           E-mail address: nburian@setonscene.org
       Monday thru Friday 6:15 and 8:15 a.m.             YMCA School-Age Child Care 669-6705
         Saturday 8:15 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
                                                           IMPACT: Youth Ministry - 669-6723
                  Sunday Masses
                                                            Meeting in Parish Hall, Sunday 7 p.m.
        7:00, 8:15, 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon
                                                              Youth Minister, Wayne Burbach
                Nursery (ages 1-4)                         E-mail address: impact@setonscene.org
    available at 10 am Mass in the school building
                     Holy Days                             Sacramental Preparation for Baptism
                 Anticipated Mass                          Please contact the rectory for baptismal
              (Night before) 7:00 p.m.                       preparation during your pregnancy.
          6:00 and 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.                     Baptisms are celebrated on the
                                                              1st and 3rd Sundays at 1:15 p.m.
                    Confessions
              Saturday 4:00 - 4:45 p.m.                  Sacramental Preparation for Marriage
                Also by appointment                     Please contact the rectory at least six months
                                                           prior to your wedding for preparation.
  Perpetual Adoration of the Eucharist
       24 Hours a Day in Chapel                        Bulletin notices must be submitted by email to
Prayers to Our Mother of Perpetual Help                info@setonscene.org before 9 AM on Monday,
                                                      the week before the bulletin date.
 Tuesday morning after 8:15 a.m. Mass
                                                               Holidays require additional time.
Feast of Christ the King                                                                                              November 25, 2012


Notes From Your Pastor:
         Feast of Christ the King: Today we celebrate the Solemnity of the Feast of Christ the King. It is the
last week of the Liturgical Calendar year. The solemnity of Christ the King was established by Pope Pius XI in 1925. It celebrates
an aspect of Jesus’ identity rather than an event in his life, and is thus classed among the “idea feasts” (another example would be
Holy Family Sunday). Originally celebrated in October, it was moved to the last Sunday in Ordinary Time, in the 1960s. It cele-
brates Christ’s reign over all things, a theme definitely sounded in the solemnity of the Ascension. By instituting the feast of Christ
the King, Blessed Pius XI hoped to renew the faith of the people, which had suffered from the secularism and atheism of his day.
He wrote on this occasion: “People are instructed in the truths of faith, and brought to appreciate the inner joys of religion far more
effectively by the annual celebration of our sacred mysteries than by any pronouncement, however weighty, of the teaching of the
Church. Such pronouncements usually reach only a few and the more learned among the faithful; feasts reach them all; the former
speak but once, the latter speak every year—in fact, forever.”

         Missalettes: The missalettes we have used this year were for the whole year as opposed to seasonally. With the
coming of Advent it is time to replace the present missalettes. We would like to begin doing this on Tuesday, November 27 after
the 8:15am Mass. Anyone who would be able to help, whether you attend Mass or not, we will begin changing these books out
about 8:45am and go as long as everyone has the time. If we have many volunteers we could get this accomplished in one day. The
old saying “many hands make for light work.”

         Scrip Sales:            Especially with the holidays approaching have you considered purchasing Scrip Certificates from
the Parish? In case you are not aware, every certificate you purchase earns some cash for the parish. It varies but every little bit
helps. Remember there are certificates for groceries and also for many different retail and restaurant establishments. These can be
used for your own individual purchases and/or as gifts. In the last couple of months our sales have dropped considerably and we
would like to pick them up and if at all possible increase the amount of sales. So your support of this program is greatly appreciated,
not only at this time of the year but throughout the entire year. These certificates are available in church after all the Masses on
weekends and at the rectory during the week. The rectory office hours for selling Scrip are from 8am to 8pm, Monday through Fri-
day and 9am to 4pm on Saturday. Scrip certificates make great Christmas Gifts!!

         Thanksgiving and Advent:                               We just celebrated Thanksgiving which is shortly before Advent, but
since it is not really a church feast day and is not universal to all countries, it sort of pops in unconnected to the rest of the liturgical
year. The focus on Thanksgiving is on gratitude. Can we retain that focus and make it our focus during Advent as well? It would
seem to make a good preparation for Christmas to be able to bring a grateful heart to the celebrations of that feast.

         Take the Time to Plan for Advent: Next weekend we begin the Season of Advent. We know
that Advent is the season of preparation for Christmas. Every year we use the time, both liturgically and in our homes, for this
preparation. Maybe if we start planning a little earlier this year we can make the season relate more to the deeper meaning of Christ-
mas. I am talking about doing the same things that we usually do to get ready for the holiday but to do them with more intention.
For example, most families send Christmas cards. (Although the post office is losing business the rest of the year, this is apparently
not so when it comes to Christmas cards.) Is there something you can do with your children to make this ritual more personal, more
an expression of care from all the members of the family? Can the children sign a personal note on the card (at least to the people
they know)? Could they make something like a bookmark or something decorative to insert into the card that will express their own
"Merry Christmas" to the recipients? Can this include their own personal prayer for these people? Many times there is someone that
the family has fallen out of touch with, or maybe even out of favor with. Is an apology or forgiveness in order? This annual ritual of
reaching out to friends and relatives near and far with Christmas cards may be a perfect vehicle to accomplish this. Another way to
expand this into a ministry is to include sick or shut-in members of the parish or residents at a nursing home or senior housing facil-
ity. A sincere promise of prayer for these folks can be touching for them and formative for the children. The family can pray to-
gether for these people’s intentions during prayers at bedtime, or include it at grace before meals or during the Advent Wreath
prayer time. Another part of our preparation ritual includes decorating our house. Is there an older neighbor who can use assistance
with decorating? Might bringing handmade decorations or even a poinsettia brighten their residence? This might work for those
senior housing facility or nursing home residents as well. Perhaps your family can “adopt” someone for the season, possibly bring-
ing them to Mass on Sunday if they need a ride, or even bringing them home or out to a coffee shop for brunch after Mass.

         On Retreat: This afternoon I leave for Retreat out of town and will return late Friday. I will pray for all of you
and I ask that you remember me in your prayers as well.

         Birthdays:            Father John celebrates his birthday on Sunday, November 25th.
Feast of Christ Lent
First Sunday of the King                                                                                       February 25, 2012
                                                                                                               November 26, 2012

            Feast of Christ the King                                  Weekly Stewardship at St. Elizabeth’s
Reading I: Daniel 7: 13-14                                             YOUR GIFTS TO GOD For the week of November 19, 2012
Reading II: Revelation 1: 5-8                                                 “Jesus answered, ‘My kingdom does not belong to this
Gospel: John 18: 33-37                                               world.”                                       JOHN 18:36
Scripture Focus Today’s Gospel is all about the world not                     How often do we put all our time and energy into
recognizing Jesus. Neither the Roman world nor the Jewish            building a kingdom here on earth, forgetting that life here is
religious community recognized who Jesus really was. They            short? The real kingdom is in the next life. Yet, how much time
call Jesus “king”, but they do not realize the truth of what they    and energy do we invest in working for that eternal kingdom?
say. In John’s Gospel Jesus is in control of the situation. He is    Regular Collections
already the victor. He walks the way of the cross like a king to              Sunday envelopes                            $15,371.00
his throne and he rules from the cross. Jesus’ power is the truth             Loose offerings                               1,029.29
he has and the truth he is. His kingdom is not of this world, but             TOTAL                                       $16,400.29
his kingdom is very much coming into this world of ours. That                             368 Envelopes = 19%
kingdom calls into question the way things are done by the rul-      Special Collections
ers of this world.                                                            Capital Campaign                                800.00
                                                                              Maintenance and Repairs                          50.00
Life Focus How have you recently experienced the conflict                     Apostolic Works                                 200.00
between the values of the kingdom and the values that modern                  Immaculate Conception                            25.00
society preaches? What are the obstacles that pull you away                   Human Development                             1,173.00
from following Jesus?                                                         Retired Religious                                75.00
                                                                              Superstorm Sandy                               200.00
             Welcome To Our Parish                                            Christmas Flowers                                25.00
                                                                              Solemnity of Mary                                25.00
Recent Registrations
                                                                              Seminary                                         15.00
SARAH AMPLEMAN


           Kindergarten Open House                                             Please remember to Pray for our Sick: Becky Ga-
          St. Elizabeth-St. Robert Regional School is hosting an     jewski.
Open House for all children entering Kindergarten in 2013.                   Please remember to Pray for the Deceased: Pablo
Please join us for stories, games, art, music, computers and         Rodriguez—uncle of Nellie Pawlak; Bernadine Nizza—sister
snacks        in    our      Kindergarten          classroom!        of Len Nowak; William Wilker—father of Julie Hogan. May
          Date: Friday, December 7, 2012                             they and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the
          Time: 1:00-3:00 PM                                         mercy of God, rest in peace.
          Location: SESR Kindergarten Classroom                              Prayer Hotline requests: Please contact Gerry
          Parents, please join us in the School Library at 2:30 to   Boudreau at g-bboudreau@sbcglobal.net.
learn more about our school, the application process, financial
aid, and meet the parents of your child’s future classmates.                      Young Catholic Musicians
Call to reserve a spot for your child: 636.946.6716.                                 Christmas Concert
                                                                              The Young Catholic Musicians Annual Christmas
            Year of Faith Resources                                  Concert will be December 28 & 29, 2012 at Seven Holy Foun-
         To mark the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican          ders Church in Affton from 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Tickets
Council, Pope Benedict XVI has called for a Year of Faith be-        are: $10 for Orchestra seating and $5 for General Admission.
ginning October 11, 2012 and concluding on November 24,              Narrators: 12/28 – Bishop John Gaydos and 12/29 – Mr.
2013. This Year of Faith gives us the opportunity to deepen our      Roche Madden. It will be an inspirational evening for your
relationship with Christ and live more fully charity in the          Christmas Season. Mail Ticket requests to: Concert Tickets,
world. Please visit www.archstl.org/category/event-categories/       c/o Mary Smith, 144 Cottage Ave., St. Louis, MO 63119. Make
seminars-workshops and www.archstl.org/year-of-faith for             checks payable to: The Young Catholic Musicians.
events and resources and they become available.
                                                                               Pro-Life Collection Schedule
                                                                                     December 1/2, 2012
   Breakfast with Santa and Boutique                                  5:00 pm         L. Kaufman, T. Mattingly, L. Mattingly
          SESR Home and School presents Pancake Breakfast             7:00 am         Sr. R. Harper, Sr. L. Wester
with Santa and Santa’s Boutique on Saturday, December 8 in            8:15 am         M. Banks, J. Sams, L. Wentzel
the cafeteria from 9-11am. The cost of this event is $5 per child    10:00 am         D. Miget, T. Bayer, C. Bayer
and $2 per adult. Enjoy pancakes and sausage, visit with Santa,      12:00 Noon       Impact Youth Members
games, etc. Bring a canned good for a chance at a raffle basket.             There will be a collection for Birthright and Pro-Life
Questions or to volunteer to help please contact Julie Wunder-       Organizations after all Masses next weekend December 1/2.
lich at 314.477.5007 or Angie Stockhausen at 636.441.2206
Feast of Christ the King                                                                                            November 25, 2012

   2013 SESR Basketball Registration
           Players Needed                                                   In Our Parish…Activities and Meetings This Week
          We need players for the following teams: 7th Grade            Monday          November 26
Boys, 8th Grade Girls, 9th/10th Grade Boys. Although the                7:00pm          Parish Council         Rectory Basement
regular signup period has passed, late fees will be waived in           Tuesday         November 27
order to fill these rosters. First come, first served. Signup for all   9:00am          Quilters               Memorare
other teams has closed (thanks and welcome to all our new and           7:00pm          RCIA                   Parish Hall
returning players!). Practices begin at the end of November. To         7:15pm          Choir                  Church
register online please type http://ezrosters.com/stc-sesr/ into         7:30pm          Prayer Group           Music Room
your web browser; instructions are on the main page. For ques-          Wednesday       November 28
tions contact Joy Edler at joy_edler@charter.net or                                     PSR
314.766.6590.                                                           5:00pm          Rock                   Parish Hall
                                                                        7:00pm          SEAS Ministries        Rectory Basement
                                                                        Thursday        November 29
SESR Basketball Officials/Scorekeeper                                   6:30pm          Children’s Choir       Church
        Coordinator Needed                                              7:00pm          Bible Study            Classroom
          The SESR Athletic Association needs an officials and          7:00pm          CRHP 14 Women          Teacher’s Lounge
scorekeepers coordinator for 3rd–12th grade games. The grade            Friday          November 30
school season runs January–March, high school runs January –            6:00pm          Moms Group             Parish Hall
April. Duties include training officials on rules and game call-        Saturday        December 1
ing, training scorekeepers on equipment, and scheduling refe-           9:00am          Legion of Mary         Memorare
rees and scorekeepers for games hosted in the SEAS gym on               9:15am          Baptismal Class        Rectory Basement
Saturdays and Sundays. Benefits include year-round sport fee            10:30am         First Penance          Church
exemptions and more! For questions contact Athletic Associa-
tion President Kate Schneider at sesrathletics@yahoo.com or                  Protecting God’s Children Workshop
Basketball Coordinator Joy Edler at joy_edler@charter.net or                      There will be a Protecting God’s Children Workshop
314.766.6590.                                                           held at Mercy Hospital on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 -
                                                                        6:30pm. Contact Ken Joyce by email at ken.joyce@mercy.net
                   Haiti Mission Trip                                   to register. Please plan to attend if you would like to participate
         A father & son team from our parish is joining the             in any school/parish activities. You will not be able to partici-
Shoeman Water Project on a mission trip to Haiti on Jan. 3rd.           pate if you are not in compliance. For a listing of additional
They will help install water purification systems, provide health       workshops in the area, go to www.archstl.org.
and hygiene education, and spread the Good News. If you’d
like to help they are accepting donations of bar soap and wash                           Gift Giving Liturgy
cloths to give away. Monetary donations are also appreciated.                    The weekend of December 8th & 9th is our Gift Giv-
Checks can be made out to Shoeman Water Project. Donation               ing Liturgy. The items you donate will be given to the families
deadline is December 14th and can be dropped off at the rec-            who have contacted the Apostolic Works Ministry for Christ-
tory. Please consider helping to save desperate people in Haiti         mas assistance. Please bring your unwrapped gifts (NEW
through clean drinking water and the Living Water of God.               GIFTS ONLY) to the Mass you attend the weekend of Decem-
Find out more at www.ShoeManWater.org. Thank you..                      ber 8th & 9th. Some suggestions are clothing, household items,
                                                                        personal care items, and/or gift certificates to provide each
                                                                        family member with a Christmas gift or two. Clothing and fast
Novena to the Immaculate Conception                                     food gift certificates make great gifts for the teens. Remember
          Please join us in praying the Rosary and Novena to the        to use our scrip program--it is easy and it benefits our par-
Immaculate Conception in the chapel after 8:15 a.m. Mass, No-           ish! If you have any questions, please contact Jean Douglas at
vember 29 through December 7 (with the exception of Sunday,             947-4436. Thank you for your continued support.
December 2), when the Rosary and novena will be prayed at
6:30 p.m. in church. The novena prayers are available in the
gathering area in the back of church for those who are unable to        Your Personalized "Brick Pavers" For Sale
join us, but would like to pray the novena individually.                          If you have not purchased your "Family" or
                                                                        "Personalized Brick Paver".....arrangements have been made to
                                                                        have this accomplished this summer at our SEAS Pavilion. For
                   Stephen Ministry                                     details, please click "Pavilion Pavers are Back" on our website:
        Whoever receives you receives me, and whoever re-               www.setonscene.org.
ceives me receives the one who sent me. Matthew 10:40.
Thinking about getting a Stephen Minister or becoming a                         Holiday Concert: St. Peters Choral Society presents
Stephen Minister? Contact Jerry Hurlbert at 636-946-4670 or             the 22nd Annual Holiday Concert on Sunday, December 2 at
revmrhurlbert@setonscene.org.                                           2pm at Fort Zumwalt South High School Auditorium.
Feast of Christ the King                                                                                  November 25, 2012

               MASS INTENTIONS                                                MINISTRY SCHEDULE
 November 26              Monday                                                     December 1/2, 2012
 6:15 a.m.       Andrew Guccione                                                   First Sunday of Advent
 8:15 a.m.       Communion Service
                                                                                   CELEBRANTS
 November 27              Tuesday
                                                                  CONFESSIONS Saturday 4:00 p.m. Msgr. Jovanovic
 6:15 a.m.       M. Fetsch
                                                                  5:00 p.m.    Father John
 8:15 a.m.       Communion Service
                                                                  7:00 a.m.    Msgr. Jovanovic, Deacon Graham
 November 28              Wednesday
                                                                  8:15 a.m.    Msgr. Jovanovic, Deacon Richard
 6:15 a.m.       Mary Krahl
                                                                 10:00 a. m.   Father John, Deacon Hurlbert
 8:15 a.m.       Communion Service
                                                                 12:00 Noon    Father John, Acolyte Crisler
November 29               Thursday
 6:15 a.m.       Gabriel and Joan Cappucci                                   EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
 8:15 a.m.       Communion Service                               5:00 p.m.     C. Brandt
 November 30              Friday                                  7:00 a.m.    J. Bastean
 6:15 a.m.       Communion Service                                8:15 a.m.    R. Groothius
 8:15 a.m.       Jonathan Benne (All School Mass)                10:00 a.m.    J. Orf
 December 1               Saturday                               12:00 Noon    D. Dean
 8:15 a.m.       Poor Souls                                                            LECTORS
 5:00 p.m.       Al Barsanti                                     5:00 p.m.     D. Ledwon, T. Mattingly
 December 2               Sunday                                 7:00 a.m.     B. Boudreau, G. Lawrence
 7:00 a.m.       Belle Rufkahr                                   8:15 a.m.     S. Lanham, J. Winkeler
 8:15 a.m.       Marie O’Shaughnessy                             10:00 a.m.    M. Burke, G. O’Neill
10:00 a.m.       For the Parish Family                           12:00 Noon    S. Ampleman, Impact Teens
12:00 Noon       Anna Kieffer                                                       SACRISTANS
                                                                  5:00 p.m.    R. Hayes
                                                                  7:00 a.m.    J. Doerhoff
                                                                  8:15 a.m.    P. Groothius
                                                                 10:00 a.m.    C. Hurlbert
                                                                 12:00 Noon    K. Crowder
                                                                                       SERVERS
Monday:          Rv 14:1-3, 4b-5; Ps 24:1b-6; Lk 21:1-4           5:00 p.m.    J. Koenemann, M. Koenemann, A. Wilkison
Tuesday:         Rv 14:14-19; Ps 96:10-13; Lk 21:5-11             7:00 a.m.    C. Donovan, G. Owen
Wednesday:       Rv 15:1-4; Ps 98:1-3ab, 7-9; Lk 21:12-19         8:15 a.m.    H. Penning, C. Shryock, M. Stauder
Thursday:        Rv 18:1-2, 21-23; 19:1-3, 9a; Ps 100:1b-5;      10:00 a.m.    V. Calvaruso, B. Justin, J. Kiel
                 Lk 21:20-28                                     12:00 Noon    Z. Askew, D. Gallahan, N. Riordan
Friday:          Rom 10:9-18; Ps 19:8-11; Mt 4:18-22                                   USHERS
Saturday:        Rv 22:1-7; Ps 95:1-7b; Lk 21:34-36              5:00 p.m.     J. Higgins
Sunday:          Jer 33:14-16; Ps 25:4-5, 8-10, 14;              7:00 a. m.    D. Loseman
                 1 Thes 3:12 — 4:2; Lk 21:25-28, 34-36           8:15 a.m.     E. Wooldridge
                                                                 10:00 a.m.    Volunteer
                                                                 12:00 Noon    Impact Members
            Scrip Scheduled Workers for                                               GREETERS
                December 1/2, 2012                               5:00 p.m.     L. Mattingly, S. Mertz
 5:00pm           L. Whitehead, B. Barczykowski, K. Cantrell     7:00 a.m.     M. Johnson, J. Vondera
 7:00am           J. Szarwinski, J. Turner                       8:15 a.m.     B. Gorden, G. Gorden
 8:15am           S. Echelmeyer, S. Gertken, J. Kamp             10:00 a.m.    C. Borgmeyer, S. Borgmeyer
10:00am           M. Josten, C. Justin, R. Kennedy, S. Kness     12:00 Noon    P. Crisler, A. Riordan
12:00 Noon        D. Schaeffler, C. Billing, J. Hogan
        Scrip is sold after all Weekend Masses on Saturday                 Our Lady of Guadalupe (Florissant) would like to
and Sunday. It is also sold in the Rectory Office, Monday        invite all to come and celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Gua-
through Friday 8 am to 8 pm and on Saturday from 9am to          dalupe on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 with Archbishop
4pm.                                                             Robert Carlson presiding at 9 a.m.

         Vinnie’s Autos: Please consider donating a car, boat,                        Altar Society
or motorcycle to Vinnie’s Autos, a car donation and transfer             A big thank you to the November crew for a job well
program of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul. If you would    done. The December crew members are R. Sparrow, P. Helfer
like to donate or to help us in our mission, please call Greg    and N. Helfer. If you like to help clean the church please call
Marino, Vinnie’s Autos program coordinator, at 314.881.6005.     Margie at 636.578.3448
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  We’ll make you feel at home.
                                                    We Buy Houses             Thro’s Auto Service Center                                    Consider               Medical & Nutritional Services
 Culver’s of St. Charles                            Faster & Easier!            Complete Auto & Truck Care Facility                       Remembering
                                                                                       Close and Convenient                                                       Social • Recreational • Therapeutic
  Corner of Cave Springs
                                                    314-200-5122                                                                          Your Parish in
   and Mexico in front of                                                     Honest, Quality Repairs and Maintenance                       Your Will.                    636-724-5114
                                                                                        Domestic & Foreign
       Home Depot
     636-922-7537             America’s favorites
                                                     ANY CONDITION            636-723-0800            636-896-0888                      For further information,     2061 Exchange Dr. St. Charles
    www.culvers.com             made fresh           ANY SITUATION                    923 First Capitol                               please call the Parish Office.   CareClubAdultDayCare.com

                                                         MVP                                                                  We help make St. Charles smile.
          RISTORANTE                                SUPPLY CO., INC.                                                    Pediatric Dentistry/Orthodontics/General Dentistry/Speciality Care
2061 Zumbehl
(Bogey Hills Plaza)      949-9005                    Heartland Vinyl Siding                                                                                       A GENERAL AND
Joe & Tom Alagna                Parishioners
                                                     1800 Scherer Parkway                                                                                         MULTI-SPECIALTY
                                                                               LICENSED • BONDED • INSURED
                                                     St. Charles, MO 63303    HEATING & COOLING   CARPENTRY                                                      GROUP PRACTICE
                                                                                R      Ray’s
                                                         949-9007                R       Repairs and                                                  Dr. Robert T. Rizzuti and Associates
                                                                                  R       Remodeling                    FAMILY DENTAL SERVICES
  groschdental.com          636-928-4888
 GENERAL DENTISTRY-IMPLANTS-TEETH WHITENING
                                                         949-9050                  (636) 441-0321                        1185 Cave Springs Estates Drive St. Peters, Missouri 63376
         CROWNS-BRIDGES-DENTURES                                              ELECTRIC                   PLUMBING
   INSURANCE ACCEPTED-FLEXIBLE FINANCING              www.mvpsupply.net           Ray & Nancy Vogt, Parishioners                                          636-757-1800


    Meeting the Needs of Area Catholics
            • Rehabilitation Center
    • Skilled Nursing • Independent Living
    Call Social Services 636/946-4140 x 107
         www.mountcarmelliving.com




         Parishioners Michael P. Shea & Donald L. Kohl
   SHEA, KOHL & ALESSI, LC                                   946-9999
        AT T O R N E Y S AT L AW                           skalawfirm.com
                                                                              What We Can Offer
                                                                                                                                                                              WHY IS IT
                                                                              You and Your Business:
                                                                                                                                                                      A man wakes up after sleeping
                                                                              • Many ad size options to meet your budget
                                                                                in color or black and white                                                           under an ADVERTISED blanket
        (636) 946-0767                                                                                                                                                on an ADVERTISED mattress
                                                                              • One-on-one customer service to help build and design your ad
        1008 Country Club Rd.
                                                                              • The ability to change your ad up to 12 times per year                               and pulls off ADVERTISED pajamas
        St. Charles, MO 63303
        BogeyHillsDental.com                                                  J.S. Paluch Company                                1.855.685.5703                     bathes in an ADVERTISED shower
                                                                                                                                                                    shaves with an ADVERTISED razor
                                               Extended hours Monday                                                                                                        brushes his teeth
                                               through Thursday and                                                                                                   with ADVERTISED toothpaste
 Mercy Clinic Pediatrics                       Saturday hours.                                                                                                       washes with ADVERTISED soap
 Judith M. Stucki, MD l Robert J. Bradshaw, MD Same day appointments                                                                                                  puts on ADVERTISED clothes
 107 Piper Hill Drive, Suite 130                                                                                                                                               drinks a cup
                                               available. Welcoming
 St. Peters, MO 63376 l 636-928-5950                                                                                                                                     of ADVERTISED coffee
                                               new patients.                                                                                                                  drives to work
                                                                                                                                                                         in an ADVERTISED car
                                                                                                                                                                              and then . . . .
                                                                                                                                                                         refuses to ADVERTISE
                                                                                                                                                                         believing it doesn’t pay.
                                                                                  (636) 946-6212                                                                        Later if business is poor
                                                                                                                                                                       he ADVERTISES it for sale.
                                                                                     723-2600                                                                                WHY IS IT?


                                                     See
                                                        Your Ad
                                                      in    COLOR
                                                    Call J.S. Paluch Today!
                                                    1.855.685.5703
950556 St Elizabeth Ann Seton Church (A)                                           www.jspaluch.com                                                     For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-855-685-5703

				
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