July 30 & 31
Saturday - Bounty B Basement Boys
5:30 to 9 pm
Sunday - Outdoor Polka Mass 10 am
Clete Bellin Band - 11 am - 1 pm
DJ - Boogie Time Duke 2 - 6 pm
Grilled Chicken Dinner—Sunday, 11-2 pm
Food - Games - Silent Auction -
Adult Mini Bowling
Large Live Auction
Big Raffle, Side Raffles, 50/50 Raffle
Good Shepherd Parish fosters a Catholic community dedicated to worship, education, moral values and social
Justice by prayer, service and sharing through the grace of God, for salvation of all.
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Parish Office From The Desk of Liz Rollmann
62 E. Main Street
Chilton, WI 53014
Chilton Area Catholic School Tuition Assistance Program Needs Your Help!
Ministry Office (920) 849-9363
Catholic School (920) 849-4141 Dear Good Shepherd Parishioners,
Religious Ed. (920) 849-9363
Chilton Area Catholic School is looking for people to consider becoming a
Pastoral Team & Staff “Godparent” to a student at our school through our unique program called
Fr. Robert Kollath Pastor “Adopt-A-Student”. Without the Adopt-A-Student Program some families
Dennis Bennin Deacon would not be able to consider sending their children to our school. Each year
Pat Wettstein Dir. Of Music Ministry expenses increase in all forms of education. This is why the Adopt-A-Student
Sandy Winkel Business Manager Program is extremely important as it gives another way to help Chilton Area
Diane Schneider Admin. Assistant Catholic, its students and families. In the past years we have had a wonderful
Liz Rollmann Principal response to this program by people in our community and it has helped many
Anne Stemper RE Coordinator students with their tuition.
Ruth Thede Housekeeper
The “Godparent” has become a very important part of Chilton Area Catholic
Chilton Area Catholic School School. A Godparent is not told who the student is, as this is confidential.
Phone 849-4141 Parents receiving this help must fill out an application that is submitted to the
Cafeteria 849-2034 Chilton Area Catholic principal. The principal has the right to accept or reject
Convent 849-4377 the application, depending on family needs, the number of applications re-
Liz Rollmann Principal ceived and the amount of funds available. Parents can only apply if they are
Janet Emmer Secretary members in good standing at Good Shepherd Parish. Parents unable to meet
church financial obligations must discuss their parish status with the principal
Board of Education or pastor to get consent in not fulfilling their church support.
Paul Breckheimer 849-7078
Currently we have thirteen families that need tuition assistance. Adopt-a-
LouAnn Buhl 849-2717
Student families are responsible for a minimum of one third of their tuition
Gary Friederichs 849-4862
amount. Tuition for the upcoming year is $1,425. We hope many will con-
Dave Leitner 849-7097
sider this program as a means to provide others a Catholic Education. In the
Kelly Owens 849-4520
past years we have had a wonderful response to this program by people in
Jackie Schnackel 849-8284 our parish community. Chilton Area Catholic School has been blessed with
Karen Schuette 849-4677 wonderful Godparents! Donations of any amount are appreciated.
Kim Schwobe 849-4360
Mary Jo Weber 849-9891 Looking forward to your support!
Religious Education Liz Rollmann
Anne Stemper 849-9363 CACS Principal
Good Shepherd Council Members -----------------------------------------------------cut here-----------------------------------------
Rose Criter 849-2602 ----------------
Terry Criter 849-2371
Angie Gross 849-2987 I am willing to help sponsor a student at Chilton Area Catholic School. I am
Rindi Kasper 849-2851 enclosing my check in the amount of $_______________ to be used for stu-
Bonnie Mallmann 849-9679 dent tuition.
Don Mullard 849-9621
Chuck Schuknecht 849-9295 Your Name ___________________________
Joseph Schumacher 849-9600
Gene Sinner 439-1191 Address_____________________________
Parish Trustees Phone Number _______________________
Glen Calnin, Trustee-Treasurer
Joseph Schumacher, Trustee-Secretary
Please make checks payable to Good Shepherd Parish and send them to
Parish Fax—920-849-7270 60 E. Washington St. Chilton, Wisconsin 53014
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Weekly Stewardship Update
Fiscal Year 2011-2012
Week of: Stewardship Loose Of-
Stewardship Loose Of-
Saturday, July 30 - Saint Peter Chrysologus, bishop/doctor fering
4:00 pm Cliff Moehn
7:30 pm Delphine Basler
July 23-24, 2011 (Week 4
July 23-24, 2011 (Week 4 $
$ 7,041.00 $
7,041.00 $ 487.45
Sunday, July 31 - Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time of 52)
8:00 am Victor & Agnita Nennig
Needed weekly to meet
Needed weekly to meet
10:00 am Victor Geiser - Polka Mass budget: $
$ 9,949.13 $
9,949.13 $ 673.08
Monday, August 1 - Saint Alphonsus Liguori Over (Short) for the
Over (Short) for the
7:30 am Morning Prayer week:
week: $ (2,908.13) $ (624.63)
$ (2,908.13) $ (624.63)
Stewardship Budget for
Stewardship Budget for
Tuesday, August 2 - Saint Eusebius of Vercelli, bishop year: $ 517,355.00 $35,000.00
year: $ 517,355.00 $35,000.00
7:30 am Morning Prayer
4:30 pm Josh Malkmus
Wednesday, August 3 - Weekday Please remember the Good Shepherd Parish En-
8:30 am Ambrose, Esther, Willard Schmitz & Ralph Schleicher dowment Fund, supporting local religious educa-
tion, in your estate planning and gift giving. Con-
Thursday, August 4 - Saint John Mary Vianney, priest tact the rectory office for more information.
9:00 am No Mass (Century Ridge)
Friday, August 5 - The Dedication of the Basilica of Saint Mary
8:30 am Norman Nennig
3:00 pm Wedding - Gross and Heiberger
Saturday, August 6 - The Transfiguration of the Lord
4:00 pm Diane Petrusky and Herman Danes Missionary Cooperation Plan
7:30 pm Doris Knaus Visiting Missionary Appeal - Catholic Diocese of G.B.
August 6-7, 2011
Sunday, August 7 - Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am Alois Bolz Purpose of the Appeal: Each year the Catholic Dio-
10:00 am Norman Nennig cese of Green Bay receives over 200 applications
from mission organizations to participate in this pro-
gram; of these, 38 groups are invited. In our diocese,
receipts from all the parishes are pooled and then di-
vided equally among this selected group. We use this
fair-share system to enable our missionary speakers
to go to less populated parishes in our diocese without
fear of receiving less income. For this reason, we ask
that you do not contribute directly to your mission ap-
peal speaker, or the organization represented. Each of
the 38 groups have been selected carefully, based on
their needs and concerns. The Missionary Coopera-
tion Plan is conducted by the Catholic Foundation on
behalf of the Diocese of Green Bay. Thank you for
your support & prayers for the Missions.
A second collection will be taken up next weekend
August 6 & 7 at our parish. Our visiting missionary
A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the priest will be Rev. Father Joey Aguilar who will be
breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn preaching the appeals for the Diocese of Virac, Philip-
pines. Feel free to use the enclosed envelope for your
mower is broken. donation to the appeal.
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RELIGIOUS ED NEWS JESUS & COMPANY
RE REGISTRATION – Register today - reminder the cost BY THE TIME you read this our Mary Garden may have
is $55.00 per child until August 1st and then prices will go taken on a whole new meaning. We have a plan (or at least
up. Forms are available online at the parish website. a thought) on how we could add to the contents of the gar-
den so as to consider this space as a memory garden also.
Will you have a 1st grader this school year? Remember The reasoning for this will be discussed and decided on
to register for the Religious Education program. during future nights in the Room. Stop in when you can, so
we can get this one going. Once explained our plan will
make a lot of sense to everyone.
Readings, Reflection and Discussion
July 31, 2011 – Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time DOES ANYONE have any idea on how we are doing on a
weekly body count in J&C? In past years the numbers
Reading I: Isaiah 55:1-3 seemed to dwindle during the summer vacation time. But
Reading II: Romans 8:35, 37-39 this year, probably due to an active crop of incoming 7th
Gospel: Matthew 14:13-21 graders, the space in The Upper Room has remained full
and used almost every week. That makes one expect big
Question for Children: What are the ways that Jesus things when school starts because on those Wednesday
shows he loves you? nights when Religious Ed is scheduled we should be able to
bulge the walls! Well, that’s our dream so let’s see how it
turns out as a reality. You will have the option to stop in be-
Question for Youth: How do you make sure that your life fore RE - or after - or both before and after. We hope you
decisions correspond to your faith? will have some time to give to us during the year. It looks
like we will be busy from day one of school so hopefully you
Question for Adults: In your experience, what "false ob- can be a part of the action. Like you aren’t busy enough
stacles" have you or people you know experienced, sepa- already, right? OK, share whatever you can with us….just
rating them from Christ? Things such as divorce, or marry- be aware that you are needed and welcome.
ing outside the Church or not attending Mass or others?
IN THE NEXT few weeks you will be seeing our Youth Mass
schedule right here. We have Cornerstone’s singing sched-
THE CHANGES ARE COMING ule now so we can put our Masses schedule on paper
How can I prepare for the changes coming in the third edi- (followed by constant periodic reminders) to keep us moving
tion of the Roman Missal? and on track. And here’s the same invitation to you….if you
There are many ways in which you can prepare for the play a musical instrument (guitar, flute, clarinet or whatever)
changes in the Mass: you could contribute to the sounds of Cornerstone. Actually,
+ Make a conscious effort to participate more fully in the just adding your voice to songs would be a valuable and
Mass each Sunday and holy day. worthy contribution….why not give it some thought, OK?
+ Take advantage of the special catechetical sessions we
will be offering this fall to help you prepare and better un- JESUS - help me to use my gifts to serve others.
derstand the changes.
+ Visit the Roman Missal Web site (www.usccb.org/
romanmissal) to study the new texts and to learn more
about the changes.
+ Read the new texts of the people’s parts at Mass. Begin
to study them so that you will be able to pray them well THE FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION
when the new Roman Missal is implemented (on the first
Sunday of Advent). Monday, August 15th, the Feast of the Assumption of the
+ Pray for a renewal of love for the Liturgy in your parish Blessed Virgin Mary, you are invited to Mass at the Dioce-
and in the Church. san Marian Shrine, the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help.
Produc Join Bishop David Ricken for this special celebration. The
l us(This information is taken from the USCCB website on Mass will be outside at 10:00 a.m., Benediction and Rosary
the Roman Missal.) Procession will follow the Mass. Please bring your own lawn
chairs. Directions: Take Hwy. 57 North from Green Bay to
County Trunk K. Turn East on K and travel 6 miles. The
Shrine is one mile East of Champion.
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SUMMER OFFICE HOURS: The CACS office will be Events/Meetings
open from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Monday – Thurs-
day and 7:00 – 11:00 a.m. on Friday’s. Jesus & Company Youth - every Wed. in
the Upper Room (convent) 5:30- 9:00 p.m.
Reconciliation/Confessions - Sat. after-
noons 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Please note
DID YOU KNOW THAT CACS HAS BEFORE, AFTER AND EXTENDED that when we have a Wedding or on the day
CARE FOR OUR STUDENTS? Here is more information… of First Communion, Confirmation there will
Before School Care: A morning care program for all school age be no afternoon confessions. Please watch
children age 3-grade six. It begins at 6:00 a.m. - 7:35 a.m. The bulletin and monthly calendar for these
cost is $4.00/hour per child. The breakfast fee is $30/child for the dates.
Extended Care: An after school care program for Early Childhood Knights of Columbus Meeting - Third
Children from 11:00 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. The cost is $17.00 per day or Mon. at 6:30 p.m. Eagles Club.
$85.00 per week.
After Care: An after school care program for all students from 2:50 The Good Shepherd Legion of Mary
-5:00 p.m. the cost is $3.50/child per hour. The snack fee is $30/ meets Tue. at 2:30 p.m. in the convent;
child for the year. come and pray and share with us.
REGISTRATION FOR 2011-2012: It’s not too late to register your children SVDP - Food Collection is held on the 1st
for the upcoming school year. Please contact the office for more informa- weekend of the month.
tion. We still have openings in our 4K program!
St. Vincent De Paul Society meets the 1st,
SCRIP NEWS: Take advantage of our stock reduction, we have the follow- 3rd & 5th Tue., 7:00 p.m. at the convent.
ing Scrip gift cards in stock: Cheesecake Factory, Cold Stone Creamery,
Game Stop, Gander Mountain, Panera Bread & Shutterfly. We will no St. Anna’s Parish celebrates its 160th An-
longer be stocking these vendors, but you will still be able to order niversary - Outdoor Polka Mass and Dinner
them. Hurry as it's first come first serve before they are gone. We are also on Saturday, August 6 with Mass at 4:00
happy to announce Family Christian Scrip is now in stock. Please remem- p.m. St. Anna's Firemen’s Park with the Bob
ber Scrip when doing all your back to school shopping. Scrip doesn't cost Kuether Band.
any extra money just a little extra time; thanks for supporting CACS Scrip
Fundraising! Monday, August 15th, the Feast of the
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, you
ALUMNI NEWS: Our sympathy to the family of Lucas Hemauer. His name are invited to Mass at the Diocesan Marian
was listed often in this column for his many accomplishments! God blessed Shrine, the Shrine of Our Lady of Good
us with an amazing young man for a little while. He will be missed. Help. Join Bishop David Ricken for this spe-
Please email the school or drop off your Alumni news so we can share the cial celebration. The Mass will be outside at
accomplishments of our former students in our Alumni News section of the 10:00 a.m., Benediction and Rosary Pro-
bulletin! We’d love to hear from you! cession will follow the Mass.
PACKER GAME SIGN UP: Please stop in or call the school office to sign Community Potluck Reunion: Members of
up to help in the Miller End Zone for the upcoming season! Thank you to the former St. Charles Parish and Charles-
those that helped during the last season, your help is greatly appreciated! burg Area Residents, Sat. Aug 27th at the
N.H. Community Center. More details to
UNITED COMMUNITY CARDS: They are free and easy to use! Please follow.
contact Amy Shiplett for more information 849-7027 or visit the school office
to pick up a card! If you needed an updated business listing, please pick
one up in the back of church.
Summer Office Hours
CACS ADORATION HOUR: This week the CACS adorer is Jen Jacobs. for the Rectory:
The parish office will close on Fri-
Please help us raise money for our school by using www.goodsearch.com. days at NOON. If you need to see
Put Chilton Area Catholic School as the charity of your choice!
Visit us on the web at www.chiltonacs.avenet.net a staff member on a Friday after-
noon during this time, please call
and make an appointment
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Liturgical Ministers - August 6/7 CACS Calendar Winners for July
Ext. Ministers of the Eucharist
4:00 p.m. Mary Pagel, Rosie Propson, Ginny/Ralph 7/01 Terry and Amy Criter, Chilton 25
Satzer, Helen Schmidlkofer, LaVerne Schmidt 7/02 Nettie Meyer, Chilton 25
7:30 p.m. Nibs/Janell Keuler, Arlene Arenz 7/03 Dan and Sandy Meyer 50
8:00 a.m. Chuck Schuknecht, Ralph Steiner, Pat Stenz, 7/04 Tom Lavey, Malone 100
Ruth Thede, Jane/Art Thiel 7/05 Joe and Jody Geiser, Chilton 25
10:00 a.m. Jeanette Steiner, Charles Zarnoth, Gertie 7/06 Chris and Michelle Bartel, Chilton 25
Bonlander, Bonnie Casper, Rose/Jerry Criter 7/07 Leroy Sell, Chilton 25
7/08 Andrea Ortlieb, Brookings, SD 25
Lectors 7/09 Joe Lavey, Malone 25
4:00 p.m. Bob Graney 7/10 Johnny Schneider, Stockbridge 50
7:30 p.m. Jackie Schnackel 7/11 Alice Schenkus, Chilton 25
8:00 a.m. LouAnn Buhl 7/12 Joe Juckem, Chilton 25
10:00 a.m. Luke Geiser 7/13 Jean Rach, Chilton 25
7/14 Kelly See, Chilton 25
Servers 7/15 Andrew and Abigail Shiplett, Ohio 25
4:00 p.m. Jacob Criter, Celine/Dion Diedrick 7/16 Josh Howard, Kentucky 25
7:30 p.m. Andrew and Anne Krause 7/17 Lorraine Calnin, Hilbert 50
8:00 a.m. Zach Bennin and Alyssa Frank 7/18 Patrick Salm/Angela Cervera 25
10:00 a.m. Danielle, Meghan, Patrick Breckheimer 7/19 Brian Thiel, Chilton 25
7/20 Carol See, Chilton 25
Ushers 7/21 Ann Holzer, Chilton 25
4:00 p.m. Keith, Jerry Juckem and Margaret Krepline 7/22 Breckheimer Children, New Holstein 25
7:30 p.m. Steve and Marvin Woelfel, Paul Juckem 7/23 Arlene Meier, Chilton 25
8:00 a.m. Don/Ginny Ziegelbauer, Dan Jannette, Linda Alger 7/24 Nolan Juckem, Neenah 50
10:00a.m. Bernard Pethan and Guy Arnold 7/25 Colton See, Chilton 25
7/26 Cara Steiner, New Holstein 25
Rosary Schedule: 7/27 Ayla Satzer, Menasha 25
Sat. Aug 6, 3:30 p.m. Shirley Roehrig/Arlyne Sielaff-Frank 7/28 Gary and Deb Friederichs, Chilton 25
Sat. Aug.6, 7:00 p.m. Ray & Judith McFarland-Mueller 7/29 Jed Fesing, Chilton 25
Sun. Aug.7, 7:30 a.m. Therese Gross 7/30 Art Lisowe, Chilton 25
Sun. Aug.7, 9:30 a.m. Sheila Oakley 7/31 Ceil Boehnlein, Chilton 50
Blessing for a Gathering
God of love and kindness
as we gather together this day
we recognize the bonds of unity and purpose
Please remember in your prayers, Lucas Michael Hemauer, that unite us as one.
who passed away on July 23, 2011. You created the world and all that is in it,
Eternal Rest grant onto him O Lord. And let perpetual light
and brought forth man and woman
shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen in your own image and likeness,
initiating the human family.
Send your blessing upon our gathering this day.
May all we do reflect your goodness.
Bring us together as one
So that we may accomplish your will in our lives.
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