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									Welcome to the faith community of

       ST. FRANCIS DE SALES
                                  LAKE GENEVA, WISCONSIN

December 5, 2010                               We, the community of St. Francis de Sales Parish, seek to LIVE JESUS
2nd Sunday of Advent                           through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit by ministering to the needs of
                                               our brothers and sisters through Word, Worship, Education and Service.




PRAYER & WORSHIP                                                          PARISH OFFICE
Mass of Anticipation: Saturday, 5:15 p.m.                                 Hours: Mondays, 10:00 a.m.—3:30 p.m.;
Sunday Mass: 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 a.m.;                                           Tuesdays—Thursdays, 7:30 a.m.—3:30 p.m.;
               5:00 p.m. (Spanish)                                                Fridays, 7:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m.
Daily Mass: Monday—Friday, 7:00 a.m.; Saturday, 8:00 a.m.                 Address: 148 W. Main Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147
School Mass: Thursday, 9:00 a.m.                                          Phone: (262) 248-8524 Fax: (262) 248-5302
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Thursday, 10:00 a.m.—6:00 p.m.,       Parish Web Site: www.stfrancislg.com
                          followed by Spanish Prayer Group at 6:00 p.m.
                          and English Rosary Group at 7:00 p.m.           PARISH SCHOOL
Reconciliation: Saturday, 4:00 p.m.;                                      Address: 130 W. Main Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147
                Sunday, 4:30 p.m. (Spanish)                               Phone: (262) 248-2778 Fax: (262) 248-7860
MASS INTENTIONS                                                   MINISTERS’ SCHEDULE, DEC. 11/12
FIRST SATURDAY, Dec. 4, 2010                                      GREETERS
8:00 a.m.    Eva & Herman Bollweg                                 5:15 p.m.           Helene Churchill
5:15 p.m.    John Thomas Leahy (Fr. Tom)                          7:30 a.m.           Arlene Breuninger, Barbara Giovannoni, Pat
                                                                                      Moorhouse, Pat Reynders
SUNDAY, Dec. 5, 2010                                              9:00 a.m.           Maureen Allenstein, Amy Amann, Joanne Gasperik
7:30 a.m.        Bernadean Trotta (Fr. Tom)                       10:30 a.m.          Mike Huml, Lisa Parker
9:00 a.m.        Joan Geldermann & Betty Zappitelli       (Fr.
                      Terry)                                      USHERS
10:30 a.m.          Mardelle Larsen & Rob Lenon (Fr. Terry)       5:15 p.m.           Wilbur Metz, Brad Wozniak, John Wozniak, Rose
5:00 p.m.           All Parishioners (Spanish Mass) (Fr. Angel)                       Wozniak
                                                                  7:30 a.m.           Dell Krohn, John Maas, Don Voit, Ron White
MONDAY, Dec. 6, 2010                                              9:00 a.m.           Brent Amann, Ray Lucivansky, Dennis Lyon
7:00 a.m.       Glenn Barlow                                      10:30 a.m.          Patrick Frank, Jeanette Goldsmith, Michael
                                                                                      Johnson, Robert Weidner
TUESDAY, Dec. 7, 2010
7:00 a.m.       Brent Starck
                                                                  LECTORS
                                                                  5:15 p.m.           Natalie Dunn
4:00 p.m.       Jackie Regester & Sean Brauser Wedding
                                                                  7:30 a.m.           Michael Ploch
                                                                  9:00 a.m.           Diane Read
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 8, 2010
                                                                  10:30 a.m.          Joan Huml, Ian Weber
7:00 a.m.    Lucille Krause (Fr. Angel)
9:00 a.m.    Joan Geldermann (Fr. Terry)                          SERVERS
7:00 p.m.    Special Intention (Fr. Tom)                          5:15 p.m.           Mackenzie Dvorak, Madelyn Pacholczak
                                                                  7:30 a.m.           Nicole Cox, Andrew Glass
THURSDAY, Dec. 9, 2010                                            9:00 a.m.           Emily Amann, Dominic Lazzaroni
7:00 a.m.      Maria Adrian & Rick Dunlap                         10:30 a.m.          Kelcy Weber, Ellie Weber

FRIDAY, Dec. 10, 2010                                             (Schedules are located in racks at both entrances of the church and
7:00 a.m.        Stanley “Sam” Considine & Intentions of          on the parish website, www.stfrancislg.com.)
                   Mary Monckton Family
                                                                  BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS
SATURDAY, Dec. 11, 2010                                                All articles for the bulletin must be submitted in writing
8:00 a.m.      Helen Mollinger (Fr. Angel)                        to the parish office or emailed to rep@sfdslg.org. (Please note
5:15 p.m.      Don Kutz (Fr. Terry)                               the new email address.) The deadline is at noon on Monday.
SUNDAY, Dec. 12, 2010
7:30 a.m.       Henry Rogers (Fr. Tom)                            FINANCIAL STEWARDSHIP
9:00 a.m.       Bernard Faley & Carter Darwin (Fr. Terry)         November 28, 2010
10:30 a.m.      Morgan Clifford & Terio Guerero (Fr. Terry)       Parish Envelopes                                            $7,692.45
5:00 p.m.       All Parishioners (Spanish Mass) (Fr. Angel)       Offertory                                                   $2,259.12
                                                                  Capital Campaign                                                $0.00
                                                                  Angel Fund                                                      $5.00
COUNTING CONTRIBUTIONS                                            Human Concerns                                                 $58.00
12/6—Rosemary Schiltz, Dolleen Brenton, Meg Joyce                 (The Angel Fund benefits families of our day school program who need tuition
12/13—Helen and Ken Jacobson, June Borst                          assistance.)

                                                                                       Offertory Weekend of Novlember 28
CARING FOR THE ALTAR                                                                                                                 Surplus /
12/6-12/12—Mary Jo Krause                                                                     Actual                Goal*           (Shortfall)
12/13-12/19—Ann Michuda                                           Weekly
                                                                  Envelopes                   10,052                 9,750                302
                                                                  Weekly Offertory             2,259                 2,259                 -
             Scripture for the week of December 5, 2010                                       12,311                12,009                302

 5    SUN Is 11:1-10/Rom 15:4-9/Mt 3:1-12
 6    Mon Is 35:1-10/Lk 5:17-26                                   Year-to-Date
                                                                  Envelopes                 187,636               222,750            (35,114)
 7    Tue Is 40:1-11/Mt 18:12-14
                                                                  Year-to-Date
 8    Wed Gn 3:9-15, 20/Eph 1:3-6, 11-12/Lk 1:26-38               Offertory                   62,194                50,067            12,127
 9    Thu Is 41:13-20/Mt 11:11-15                                                           249,830               272,817            (22,987)
 10   Fri Is 48:17-19/Mt 11:16-19                                 *Goal figures are budget that results in $75,000 deficit.
 11   Sat Sir 48:1-4, 9-11/Mt 17:9a, 10-13
 12   SUN Is 35:1-6a, 10/Jas 5:7-10/Mt 11:2-11                        Thank you for your support of St. Francis de Sales
                                                                  Parish.

ST. FRANCIS DE SALES                                                                                               LAKE GENEVA, WISCONSIN
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE                                                 PLEASE PRAY FOR…
      St. Francis de Sales parish will celebrate Our Lady of               The following parishioners are ill
Guadalupe on Sunday, Dec. 12. The celebration will begin with a       and would like to be remembered in
serenade in the church at 5 a.m., followed by a short reception in    your prayers:
the school gym, from 6 to 7 a.m. There will be a re-enactment
after communion at the 5 p.m. Spanish mass.                           Jerome Kehl               Karen Hoffman
                                                                      Jackie Heinrich           Chloe Beidler
LET’S GET A SPIRITUAL WORKOUT!                                        Jo Anne Fesenmaier        Tina Bromberger
                        Come and share with us a take-home            Bob Nordhaus              Jesse Brugger
                   retreat in preparation for Advent.                 Karen Hess                Kelly Hughbanks
                                                                      Matthew Lichtenauer       Jack Stotko
                        When: Monday-Thursday, Dec. 13-17             Lily                      Barb McMahon
                        Time: 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.                       Bernie Hackbarth          George Elblein
                        Where: St. Francis de Sales Church.           Judy Eckert               Martha Flury
                            (Friday will be in the Jonah Room)        Donald Robert Comstock    Fred Lichtenauer
                                                                      Robert May                Kimberly Wendt
     Since this is a challenging time, the only condition required    Michael Markham           Bernie Williams
to participate is a serious desire to encounter our real selves and   Ben Lambert               Taylor Zimny
to grow in closeness to God and to discern God’s will in our          Wayne Rogers              Phyllis Kortas
lives.                                                                Cheryl Johnson            Stan Bence
     MATERIALS: You will need to bring note pad, a pen and            Lois Weeks                Kylie Machacek
your Bible.                                                           Shirley Olson             Marco A. Morales
     To register please contact Fr. Angel: 414-232-0489               Tom Johnson
HANDS & FEET GROUP
      Do you know someone in our parish that could use a few
hours help with chores? (Raking, baking, cleaning, reading,
visiting, etc.) We are forming a new ministry to lend a hand to
those in our parish. We need names of folks who would wel-
come a bit of extra help around their yard or home. For more in-
formation, please contact Kathy Dustman at 248-6966.
                                                                         THE WEEK AHEAD: DEC. 5-12
                                                                      Sun –  Advent Breakfast
SHEPHERDS OF CHRIST                                                          9:00 Rel. Ed. (Grades 4K-5)
     You are invited to come and pray with us. We pray for                   6:30 Confirmation Class
priests, the renewal of the Church and the world as well as for       Mon– 12:30 Stepping On Potluck
our own families and their needs. Your prayers can make a                    7:00 Prayer Group
difference! Next date: Wednesday, Dec. 8, at 10:30 a.m.               Tues– 11:00-12:00 Reconciliation (Fr. Terry)
                                                                             6:00 Small Faith Group
NEW EMAIL ADDRESSES                                                          7:00 Chorale
     Please note that some of the email addresses for St. Francis            7:00 RCIA
de Sales employees have changed. Please look at the contact list      Wed– 10:30 Shepherds of Christ
in the back of the bulletin for updated information.                         3:30 Market Day Pickup
                                                                             6:00 Rel. Ed. (Grades 6-8)
BELL RINGERS NEEDED                                                          7:00 Contemporary Choir
     St Francis de Sales will once again be “ringing the bells for    Thurs– 7:30-6:00 Adoration
the Salvation Army.” We will be ringing the bells at Stinebrink’s            6:00 Rosary/Prayers (Spanish)
Piggly Wiggly in Lake Geneva on Friday, Dec. 17. There is a                  7:00Rosary/Prayers (English)
signup sheet in the parking lot entrance to the church. Won’t you            7:30 Bible Study
please consider giving an hour of your time for this very             Fri–   7:00 Emmaus Women
important mission? Eighty percent of the money collected stays        Sat–   9:30 AA
in Walworth County. Any questions, please call Carole at 248-                10:00 Children’s Choir Practice
4665.                                                                        6:30 Spanish Formation
                                                                             7:00 Emmaus Men
                                                                      Sun – KC Breakfast
PRAYER FOR OUR TROOPS                                                        9:00 Rel. Ed. (Grades 4K-5)
     Lord, hold our troops in Your loving hands. Bless them and
                                                                             1:00 Communal Reconciliation Service
their families for the selfless acts they perform for us. Protect
                                                                             6:30 High School Youth Ministry
those who are stationed overseas, especially Daniel Woda.

DECEMBER 5, 2010                                                                                   2ND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
LITURGICAL CALENDAR ADVISORIES:                                         HOLY DAY MASS SCHEDULE
Christmas and Holy Family (Dec. 25-26, 2010):
     This year, the Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord          Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed
(Christmas) falls on a Saturday. Because Christmas is a            Virgin Mary
Solemnity, Mass on Saturday evening, Dec. 25, is that of               Wednesday, Dec. 8
the Nativity. The Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary,             7:00 a.m., 9:00 .m., 7:00 p.m.
and Joseph follows on Sunday, Dec. 26. Mass celebrated
on the evening of December 25 is the Mass of Christmas,            Christmas (Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord)
not the Holy Family.                                                   Friday, Dec. 24
     As a practical matter, the Secretariat observes that              4:00 p.m. Mass in Church
pastors and other priests should not feel obliged to schedule          4:15 p.m. Mass in Parish Center
a Mass with the people on Christmas evening, even if a                 9:15 p.m. CHORAL PRELUDE
Saturday evening mass is usually on the parish                         10:00 p.m. Midnight Mass (English)
schedule. On a night when families (and many priests                   12:00 a.m. Midnight Mass (Spanish)
themselves) gather at homes for Christmas dinner, a
Christmas Mass on Saturday evening would likely not be                  Saturday, Dec. 25
attended by many people. Moreover, it would be difficult to             8:00 a.m.
find sufficient liturgical ministers (altar servers, musicians,         9:30 a.m. CHORAL PRELUDE
lectors, etc.).                                                         10:00 a.m.
                                                                        NO 5:15 p.m. MASS on Saturday, Dec. 25
Mary, Mother of God and Epiphany (Jan. 1-2, 2011):
     Saturday, Jan. 1, marks the Solemnity of Mary, Mother         Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph
of God, which in 2011 is not a holy day of obligation                  Sunday, Dec. 26
because it falls on a Saturday. The Solemnity of the                   7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
Epiphany of the Lord follows on Sunday, Jan. 2. Epiphany               5:00 p.m. (Spanish)
outranks the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God. Just as the
Mother of God points the way and leads us to her Son, her          Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God
Solemnity gives way to the Epiphany. Therefore, Mass on                Friday, Dec. 31
the evening of Jan. 1 is the Vigil of the Epiphany, and                4:30 p.m. Mass (English)
Evening Prayer I of the Epiphany is prayed.                            7:00 p.m. (Spanish)

LESSONS & CAROLS                                                        Saturday, Jan. 1
    Epiphany of the Lord Lessons & Carols                               9:00 a.m. Mass (English)
    Sunday, Jan. 2
    1:00 p.m.                                                      Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord
    St. Francis de Sales Church                                        Saturday, Jan. 1
                                                                       5:15 p.m.
FILIPINO CELEBRATION
     All parishioners are invited to a Filipino celebration at          Sunday, Jan. 2
St. Francis de Sales with a mass on Friday, Dec. 17, at 6:00            7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
p.m.                                                                    5:00 p.m. (Spanish)
     The mass is to observe a tradition in the Philippines.
Novena masses are an integral part of the faithful preparation    COMMUNAL RECONCILIATION SERVICE
for Christmas. In the Philippines, the tradition called                The sacrament of reconciliation will be celebrated with a
“Simbang Gabi” or “Misa de Gallo” (Dawn Mass) refers to           Communal Reconciliation Service on Sunday, Dec. 12, at
the original tradition of celebrating mass at around 4 a.m. on    1:00 p.m.
each of the nine days before Christmas, culminated by the
midnight mass.                                                    ADVENT RECONCILIATION
     It is an extremely popular celebration with the huge         Individual confessions will also be held at the following
crowd of town folks filling the church’s joyful anticipation of   times:
the coming of the Lord. The mass is usually followed by the            Tuesday, Dec. 7, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
hefty breakfast of native dishes: bibingka, puto bunbong and               (Fr. Terry, English only)
kutsinta, with the native chocolate drink and ginger tea.              Friday, Dec. 17, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
     For more information, please call Belle Canda at 262-                 (Fr. Angel, English or Spanish)
245-9624, Nympha Centeno at 262-745-4284 or Ivy Lopez at               Saturday, Dec. 18, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon
262-374-1309.                                                              (Fr. Terry, English only)


ST. FRANCIS DE SALES                                                                                 LAKE GENEVA, WISCONSIN
TWO BIG THANK YOUS!                                              A REFRESHER COURSE FOR PARENTS OF
     We are so fortunate to have such generous people as part    CHILDREN GRADES 4K - 5
of our St. Francis de Sales Community! Thank you to Pam               It’s not too late to sign up! Come to as many as you
Lenon of Gardenscapes, for once again donating the plants        are able.If you missed the first class, no problem. Each
and upkeep of the gardens nine months out of the year! The       class is independent of the others.
crew of Gardenscapes does a wonderful job providing beauty            Parents, do you feel a bit rusty when it comes to
to the grounds of our parish.                                    talking with your child about the Catholic faith? This
     Another thank you to goes to Manuel’s Handyman              opportunity is for you and it’s FREE! Join other parents
Service for the caulking, repairing and painting done on the     who feel likewise for fun and engaging review sessions
church window sills and walls. Manuel Toledo and his staff       offered once per month on Sunday mornings from 9:00
did a remarkable job filling cracks and matching paint colors!   a.m. to 10:15 a.m. in the Jonah Room 2, located in the
Your generosity is truly a gift to our parish!                   lower level of the Parish Center.
                                                                      Dec. 12—“Full, Conscious and Active” Celebration
COOKIE SALE                                                      of Liturgy
    MOMS Group Cookie Sale will be after all masses on                Feb. 6—The Sacraments: Touching all the
Dec. 18 and 19. Plated cookies will be available for $10, $7     Important Moments of Life
and $5. Great for hostess gifts and to enjoy yourself. All            March 6—Living a Christ-Centered Life
cookies are homemade by the members of the Ministry of                March 20—Prayer: A Response of the Heart
Mothers Sharing.                                                      To register or for more information, please contact
                                                                 Jamie Ploch at 262-248-3498 or plochj9@yahoo.com.


CHRISTMAS MEMORIALS                                              EUCHARISTIC REFLECTION
     As we end a month of                                              Dear friends! Sometimes, our initial impression is
remembering those who have gone                                  that having to include time for Mass on a Sunday is rather
before us in faith, another                                      inconvenient. But if you make the effort, you will realize
opportunity to remember our loved                                that this is what gives a proper focus to your free time.
ones appears. During the seasons                                 Do not be deterred from taking part in Sunday Mass, and
of Advent and Christmas, many of                                 help others to discover it too. This is because the
us are reminded of those who are                                 Eucharist releases the joy that we need so much, and we
no longer with us. If you would                                  must learn to grasp it ever more deeply, we must learn to
like to remember a loved one this Christmas Season, please       love it. Let us pledge ourselves to do this - it is worth the
consider offering a Memorial in their honor. Your donation       effort! Let us discover the intimate riches of the Church’s
will go toward the cost of our seasonal church decorations.      liturgy and its true greatness: it is not we who are
     If you would like to remember your loved ones, please       celebrating for ourselves, but it is the living God himself
complete the form below and return it to the parish office,      who is preparing a banquet for us. (Pope Benedict XVI
along with your donation, no later than Friday, Dec. 17.         at World Youth day 2005)
THANK YOU!! The names of those remembered will be
published in a special bulletin in the beginning of January.     PARISH DIRECTORY
                                                                                         The St. Francis Parish Directory
                                                                                    will be available for sale at the Advent
                                                                                    Breakfast for $15. Pick up your copy
Yes, I wish to make a Christmas Memorial Donation in                                of this handsome hardcover book with
memory of:                                                                          parish member names, addresses, and
                                                                                    phone numbers as well as lots of
_________________________________________________                                   photos and information.         A great
                                                                                    memento, and 100 percent of the
_________________________________________________                                   proceeds go back to the church.

                                                                 CELL PHONE COLLECTION
Donation offered by:
                                                                      The Knights of Columbus have placed a cell phone
                                                                 recycling box in the parish library to raise funds for
_________________________________________________
                                                                 Wisconsin Special Olympics. Thank you for thinking of
                                                                 this fundraiser whenever you are ready to toss out your
                                                                 cell phone.


DECEMBER 5, 2010                                                                                    2ND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
SCRIP NEWS                                                     ST. FRANCIS DE SALES SCHOOL NEWS
     From now until Christmas, you can order Scrip                   Saturday, Nov. 13, was not the most perfect day to be
every weekend and pick up your order the following             outside. However, that did not keep a bunch of dedicated
weekend. Have your order to the Scrip lock box in the          St. Francis de Sales School Green Team members, two
chapel entrance by noon on Monday, and you can pick up         parents, and one teacher from donating their time and
your order at mass the following weekend. As always,           working on a worthy project. The only thing that could stop
cash and carry cards are available during the week at the      this motivated group was the rain. The Green Team worked
school office. Thanks for supporting our Scrip program!        as long as possible collecting seeds from prairie plants at the
                                                               Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy. Kishwauketoe Nature
PARISH LIBRARY NEWS                                            Conservancy was created in 1989. The Conservancy is
     This week we celebrate two very important feast           located in Williams Bay, WI, across from the Village
days in the Church: Dec. 8, Feast of the Immaculate            Beach. It is also bordered by Highway 67 (Elkhorn Road)
Conception, and Dec. 12, Feast of Our Lady of                  on the West and Harris Road on the East. It was started to
Guadalupe. If you don’t have time to read an entire book,      preserve the ecosystems and water systems of Williams Bay
try some of the brief selections below:                        and Geneva Lake. The collected seeds the Green Team
Immaculate Conception                                          gathered will be planted along the section of the preserve
  Behold Your Mother: pp. 20-21                                next to Highway 67. The Conservancy has been working
  Mary Queen and Mother: pp. 114-120, 180-182, 204-            tirelessly to remove the invasive species of buckthorn and
206                                                            box elder from this area to prepare it for seeding of native
  Catechism of the Catholic Church: pp.123-124                 prairie plants. Thank you to all the Green Team members
Our Lady of Guadalupe                                          who were able to attend: Bradley Johnson, Emerson
  Miraculous Images of Our Lady: pp. 290-298                   Hochevar, William Lorenz, Thomas Peck, Nikki Cox,
  A Woman Clothed With The Sun: pp. 39-60                      Stephanie Besenhofer, Joanne Walczynski, Carole Homan,
  The Many Faces of Mary: pp. 21-43                            Nora Maus, Laura Walczynski, Dominic Lazzaroni, Kevin
  The Wonder of Guadalupe The best book on the story           Maus, Spud Glass, Jacob Besenhofer, Sophie Engermann.
of the apparition of Our Lady to St. Juan Diego in 1531.       Thank you also to Dan Maus and Vince Lazzaroni, our hard
Gives the background; shows that the picture is a living       -working parent volunteers and to June Wozny, the
miracle. Helped convert more than 9 million Aztecs to          organizer and driving force behind the Green Team! Stay
Catholicism!                                                   tuned! The Green Team plans to host a fundraising event
  The Image of Guadalupe The world-renowned Image              for Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy in January.
of Our Lady of Guadalupe has evoked the adoration of           David Wieters
millions since its first appearance in Mexico City in          Principal
1531. Prof. Jody Smith applies current techniques of
scientific and historical scrutiny to determine if the Image
is attributable to myth or miracle. The advanced               COMING SOON! CATHOLIC                         BOOK        AND
technology of the computer has discovered even more            RELIGIOUS GOODS SALE
astounding features. Both eyes of the picture contain               A wide selection of Catholic books and religious goods
images which preserve for all time a record of what a          will be available for purchase during the Knights of
living person saw!                                             Columbus Breakfast on Sunday, Dec. 14, after all the morning
                                                               Masses. You will find books for all ages, movies, Christmas
NEW Spanish book for children                                  items, Nativity sets, rosaries, statues, gift items, and much
  La Historia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe:                  more.
Emperatriz de la Américas tells St. Juan Diego’s story              This event is being conducted in cooperation with
with the aid of 18 beautiful full-color photographs —          Mystical Rose Books & Gifts and proceeds will benefit our
perhaps the most exquisite and moving depiction of the         parish library. Thank you for your support!
apparitions ever painted.

HILLTOPPERS                                                    CATEQUESIS PARA ADULTOS
   The annual Hilltoppers’ Holiday luncheon will be held            Hay alguien en su familia que sea adulto y necesite
Dec. 14 at 12:30 p.m. in the parish hall. Please note          prepararse para la Primera comunión o la Confirmación?
change of date due to Christmas holidays.                      Comuníquese con Hortensia Chávez, 262-249-0684.
     The main entree will be baked ham. All Seniors are             Las clases de primera comunión y confirmación se
invited. Bring a potluck dish. Come early and socialize        estarán ofrenciendo en el sotano de la iglesia en el Jonah
prior to lunch. Hostesses: Mary Kaye and Yvonne Ruehl.         Room. A que hora: Domingos de 3:30 a 4:30 p.m.




ST. FRANCIS DE SALES                                                                               LAKE GENEVA, WISCONSIN
PASTORAL STAFF                                                     PARISH COUNCIL MEMBERS
Pastor                                                             Patrick Frank (thefrankhome@charter.net)           (262) 348-9838
  Fr. Terry Huebner (tjhuebner@stfrancislg.com) (262) 248-8524     David Trautner (trautner@sbcglobal.net)            (262) 348-9690
Associate Pastor                                                   David Wollman (davidwollman66@hotmail.com)         (262) 248-3104
  Fr. Angel Anaya (angelyosef@yahoo.com)          (262) 248-8524   Mary Gronke (mbgronke@sbcglobal.net)               (262) 348-9336
                                            Cell: (414) 232-0489   Phil Hall (phil.hall523@gmail.com)                 (262) 206-4048
Weekend Celebrant                                                  Michelle Oberholtzer (mconowgo@yahoo.com)          (262) 325-4066
  Fr. Tom Fait                                    (262) 248-8524   Leo Borghgraef (borghgraef@ameritech.net)          (262) 248-9059
Parish Secretary                                                   Corinne Haimann (rhaimann1@wi.rr.com)
  Judie Weeks (parish@sfdslg.org)                 (262) 248-8524
                                                                   The Parish Council meets the fourth Thursday of each month at
Director of Liturgy & Music                                        6:30 p.m. Meeting minutes can be found at www.stfrancislg.com.
  Greg Buchberger (liturgy@sfdslg.org)           (262) 248-1680
School Principal
  David Wieters (principal@sfdslg.org)            (262) 248-2778
                                                                   SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
Director of Child Ministry, Grades 4K—5                                  Immediately after the engagement and before any date is set
  Anne Trautner (rep@sfdslg.org)                  (262) 248-8526   for the wedding, the couple is asked to make an appointment with
Director of Youth Ministry, Grade 6—Young Adult                    the priest. Six months is the normal time required for preparation.
  Bill Snyder (youthmin@sfdslg.org)               (262) 248-8397   SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
                                                                        Please call the parish office at (262) 248-8524 for Baptismal
                                                                   preparation/registration.
                                                                   SPANISH BAPTISMS
                                                                        For information about baptisms in Spanish, please call
PARISH TRUSTEES                                                    Esmeralda Perez Sanchez at (262) 279-0668. Para información
Bill Rorig (wrorig@wellsmanufacturing.com)      (262) 248-1983     sobre bautismos en español, por favor llamar a Esmeralda Perez
Jack Stotko (jdstot@wi.rr.com)                  (262) 248-9385     Sanchez a (262) 279-0668.

								
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