Twenty second Sunday in Ordinary Time MASS INTENTIONS FOR by dmpe


									                           Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

  MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK                    READINGS for August 30-September 5, 2004
SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE:                          Mon.    1 Cor 2:1-5/Lk 4:16-30
Sat. 5PM Margaret & Ivan Quinley               Tues.   1 Cor 2:10b-16/Lk 4:31-37
Sun.8AM The People of the Parish               Wed.    1 Cor 3:1-9/Lk 4:38-44
   10AM John J. Turner                         Thurs   1 Cor 3:18-23/Lk 5:1-11
                                               Fri.    1 Cor 4:1-5/Lk 5:33-39
WEEKDAYS AT 8:00:                              Sat.    1 Cor 4:6b-15/Lk 6:1-5
Mon. Communion Service                         Sun.    Wis 9:13-18b/Phlm 9-10, 12-17
Tues. Communion Service                                Lk 14:25-33
Wed. Communion Service
                                               PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR SICK: Hubert Creason
Thurs. Prosperi, Taddeucci & Mantia
                                               (brother of Fr. Rich Creason), John Perkins, Jerry
                                               Dygert, Vern Abernathy (brother-in-law of Sr. Leah
Fri.   Temporiti & Oldani Families
                                               Holzum), Salvatore (Pop) Rosaforte, Jeffrey Williams,
                                               Bob Levdansky (brother of Jane Levdansky), Karl
                                               Weinkauff (brother of David Weinkauff), Dominic
Sat. 5 PM Albert Frank (anniversary)
Sun. 8AM Mr. & Mrs. Leo Deters                 Licavoli, Scarlet Busch, Frances Salamone, Beverly
    10AM The People of the Parish              Collins (sister-in-law of Sean Collins), Mary Ann
                                               Morris, Frank Janisch, Diane Naum (sister of Louis
LECTORS: September 4-5, 2004                   Naum), Dolores Halling, Linda Cordell, Casey Krings,
Sat. 5PM John Wegman                           Al Walsh, Betty Prosser (mother of Barb Prosser), Pat
Sun. 8AM TBA                                   Cleeland, Peter Pranschke, Shin’ichi Kumonomido,
    10AM TBA                                   Sr. Mary John Cleary, Rose Wolfcale, Jane Giles
                                               (mother of Carol Giles-Straight), Joe Niebalski, Leo
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS                          Louvier (brother of Shirley Kammien), Arthricia
Sat. 5PM Deborah DaLay/TBA                     Temes, Jane Miles, Judy Kaestner, Edward Dee,
Sun.8AM Barb Sopp/Roland Martir                Terry Moran, Joe Roddy, Mary Zucchero, Karen
   10AM Mike Goeke                             Ware, Genevieve Pollack, and all of our homebound.
         Barb Giles
         Diane Gozdzialski                     Help! Volunteers Needed for Coffee & Donuts.
         2-TBA                                 Rush McAllister has retired. Is there anyone who
                                               would like to volunteer to take his spot? It is lots of
DONUT DRIVER: Marie Myers                      fun and you get to meet lots of Cronanites. If you can
                                               help with this ministry please contact Rush or Delores.
Julie Hasenstab                                LECTORS & EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS:
Jean Snyder                                    The Liturgy Committee is drawing-up the schedule for
                                               the Fall and Winter. Please sign-up by using the
CHILDREN’S LITURGY:                            forms posted on the white-board in the back of church.
Preschool - Anne Perkins                       We need to hear from anyone interested in serving,
Preschool - Anne Perkins                       even longtime ministers.
School Age - Mary Thome
                                               “Take One” - Shantivanam - Includes article
Stewardship/Collection: 8/22 - $ 2,994.00      written by Jennifer Halling from Kansas! Please
                                               check the tables in the back of church for The Summer
Archdiocesan Dev. Appeal: - $ 7,627.00         Forest Newsletter. Please take one.
toward our goal of $8,935.
             Thank You!
                                               August 29, 2004

       CALENDAR FOR AUGUST, 2004                                         Marilyn’s Memo

B.A.S.I.C. meets every Saturday - 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.              Here is a short series about helping each
in the Coffee/Donut area.                               other escape from our comfort zones. I have the
                                                        problem; it may apply to others. Comfort zones
St. Vincent de Paul Society meets the first             are necessary. We all need boundaries. Some of
Saturday of each month - 4 p.m. in the Church.          these need flexibility but time and habit harden
                                                        them, hold but do not free us. We get back our
Note: In September, the SVDP meeting will be            freedom by reaching out to help others and often
Saturday, September 11 instead of the first             discover we are the ones helped most. Four
Saturday, September 4.                                  people took that risk recently to create a car pool
                                                        for Jean Liefield. There are two more
Parish Council Meeting - 3rd. Wednesday of each         opportunities to participate. Call Sean Collins.
Month at 7:00 p.m. - Marilyn’s office.
29 - Tai Chi Chih - 9:30 am. outside.                           Deanna is still with us. Guidelines for
                                                        worship will soon be posted. Will Deanna read
Men’s Retreat: The men of the community are             them? To be both welcoming and to preserve a
invited to a three-day retreat at White House-the       prayerful worship setting, where no child will
Jesuits’ St. Louis Retreat House. Any man               experience frightening words and acts, calls for
interested in going from Thursday evening Sept,         judgment and courage from all of us. Only the
16th until Sunday the 19th (2:30 p.m.), please see      felt sense of the presence of others helped me
info on the bulletin board in the north vestibule or    confront Deanna last year. The grace to escape
call Rick Weber at.                                     our comfort zones surround us. The response is
                                                        up to us!
your help! Our “Under the Stars” auction,               Liguorian: Rev. David Polek, C.Ss.R will be
(Saturday, Oct. 23, 2004) is a success every year       the representative who will preach Liguorian at
because of the generous and creative donations          the parish this weekend, August 28-29, 2004.
from Cronanites. Don’t put it off another week.         Please join me in welcoming him to our parish.
We need your donation now. Contact Kathy Hunn,
Barbara Prosser or Gina Heagney and use your            Collection For Relief of the Victims of
imagination. Donation forms are in the back of          Hurricane Charley: As the damage assessments
church.                                                 have come in, the Bishops of Florida have
                                                        appealed for aid and the Church is responding.
PARISH CARD PARTY rescheduled to Saturday,              This weekend, August 28-29, the Archdiocese of
Oct. 9, 7:00 p.m. in the parish center basement.        Saint Louis will have a special collection for the
Euchre, bridge, pinochle, hearts, poker --you name      relief of those who have suffered loss in this
it. Enjoy an evening of conversation and card           disaster. This collection will go to the Hurricane
playing with your friends. B.Y.O. snacks &              Charley Relief of Catholic Charities in order to
beverages. Cards provided.                              provide material aid.
                                                        All Catholics are asked by the Archdiocese of St.
Pilgrimage to Fatima and Santiago de                    Louis to pray for the consolation and relief of the
Composetela & more! Come join us for a                  people of Florida in this time of distress and
wonderful trip to Fatima and the tomb of St. James      sorrow. We ask your heartfelt generosity in
the Apostle and more! Dates are Oct. 20-31.             helping to meet the material needs of those who
Msgr. Ed Griesedieck will be our leader.
                                                        suffer from the effects of Hurricane Charley. Our
Everything is first class. The price is $2,575. for a   generous response to this collection will show our
double room. If interested please call before Sept.
                                                        solidarity with the victims and help them know
7th. Travel Tyme -(636) 391-1000.
                                                        that they are not forgotten in their time of tragedy.
                                                        Thank you in advance for your consideration and

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