May 8, 2016 - Saint Anthony Catholic Church and School

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May 8, 2016 - Saint Anthony Catholic Church and School
Welcome to the Cluster Catholic Parishes of
St. Anthony, St. Mary
& Holy Family
Growing and Spreading the Good News of the Catholic Faith in the Heartland.
St. Mary’s First Communicants
along with Fr. Steve: left: Landin Bock, Karsyn Penk,
Canon Madison; right: Ethan Letvinuck, Jackson Raese
and Hayden Rakovec in back.
Zachary Deavers
of Holy Family
Congratulations!
Fr. Steven Brice, Pastor
Cell Phone: 715-937-1644
Email: [email protected]
Cluster Parish Main Office
407 North Division Street
P.O. Box 69
Loyal, WI 54446
Parish Office: 715-255-8017
Parish Email:
[email protected]
Parish and School Website:
www.stanthonyloyal.org
Music Coordinator: Seth Duprey
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 920-901-9938
Religious Ed. Coordinator:
Margie Ouimette
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 715-255-8636 ext 109
“Do this in memory of me.”
St. Anthony School
208 W. Spring St.
Loyal, WI 54446
School: 715-255-8636
School Email:
[email protected]
St. Mary School
119 N. Main St.
P.O. Box 129
Greenwood, WI 54437
School: 715-267-6477
School Email: [email protected]
Parish Mass Schedules
Saturday, 4:00 PM
Holy Family, Willard
Saturday, 6:30 PM
St. Anthony, Loyal
Sunday, 8:30 AM
St. Mary, Greenwood
Sunday, 10:30 AM
St. Anthony, Loyal
Ascension of the Lord / Seventh Sunday of Easter · May 8, 2016
Dear of People of St. Anthony, St. Mary and Holy Family Parish:
“…Why are you standing there looking at the sky?”
(Acts 1:11)
How could they not stare at the sky? They had walked with him on the shores of
Galilee, seen him brutally crucified, then experienced him gloriously risen….. and
now…. now he was gone. Hopefully they had experienced other graduations and so
knew that letting go of the child makes way for the adult. The disciples had been
children, dependent on Christ. Now they were to become adults, bearers of the light
themselves.
I apologize for the inaccuracies of the priest schedule in the bulletin these last couple of weekends. The Hispanic
community made some special requests that Fr. Joe and I had to scramble the schedule to accommodate. We had
Spanish Masses last Saturday and this Saturday for a baptism and two First Communions. The children’s fathers
have to work on Sundays and so they asked if we could have their celebrations on Saturday. The hope is to allow
members of the Hispanic community to make our parish their home. The Spanish community here is still in its
infancy. But so was the community in Colby at one time, which now has ascended to over 300 people celebrating
each weekend. No longer a dependent child, it is a vibrant community walking in the light of Christ!
Along with First Communions, baptism and weddings, May is the season for Graduations. Next Sunday at the
8:30am Mass we will honor those from Holy Family and St. Mary’s who are graduating from Greenwood High
School May 21st. The St. Anthony Seniors will be honored at the 10:30am Mass May 22nd. To all parents
struggling to let them go, the Ascension is your Feast! To become adults they must stop being children!
May also draws us close to the end of the fiscal year. It would be wonderful to complete our Diocesan
Annual Appeals at St. Mary’s and Holy Family. The Appeal funds the operation of our diocesan ministries and
many missions formally funded through second collections. Any shortfall in meeting our target must be paid out
of our operating funds and so deprive parish ministries of support. I will be sending a letter to all St. Anthony’s
members making a “13th Month Appeal.” We need about one month’s extra income to pay our bills through June
30th. If we each did what we could our parishes would ascend from bumping along to flying!!
There has been quite a bit of concern and discussion among St. Anthony school families and parishioners this past
week about the Transitional Living Center. The lack of information is allowing worry and concern to fester. The
week I got back from the Holy Land, Judy Morrow and I met again with Catholic Charities staff to work out a
clear proposal. We should have it ready for inclusion in next Sunday’s bulletin, the newspaper and parish website.
Once people have the facts we will finally be ready for public discussion of the idea. An open community
meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25th in St. Anthony’s Church Hall at 6:30pm. Catholic Charities Staff
as well as Judy Morrow and myself will be there to summarize the proposal and respond to questions.
With so many players involved, the decision making process is complex. In the end, St. Anthony parish has to
support this for it to go ahead. Before it is brought to St. Anthony’s we need a commitment from Catholic
Charities that they will administer it. Their decision will be made June 20th. But their decision will depend on
there being the broad community support this ministry will need to sustain it. So our present focus is on
approaching community organizations and businesses to establish their support.
Our Joint Parish Councils will study the proposal at their meeting May 19th. The open community meeting follows
on the 25th. If additional community meetings are needed they will be scheduled. All of the input from those
meetings will be forwarded to the Catholic Charities June 20th meeting. If the proposal makes it through those
deliberations, then it will come back to the St. Anthony’s Parish Council for final approval at their July 21st
meeting.
If only Jesus were with us in the flesh to tell us what to do! But then we’d never become adult believers. No
sense standing around looking at the sky.
Fr. Steve
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STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE
Holy Family LITURGICAL ROLES
Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 4:00 PM
Lector: Rita Mayenschein
Servers: Alexis Oestreich, Elizabeth Revier, Danica Revier
Eucharistic Ministers: Bob Trunkel, Joanne Trunkel, Lori Aichele
Music: Ashley Volovsek
Ushers: Bill Kokaly, Dan Boh, Bill Snedic, Ed Bayuk
Greeter: Avis Suda
Holy Family Parish
For Saturday, April 30, 2016
Adults…………...$ 544.00
Offertory……….$ 116.50
Students………...$ 0.00
Total…………. ..$ 660.50
DAA goal is $5,847.00 Total so far: $4,514.00
St. Mary LITURGICAL ROLES
St. Mary Parish
For Sunday, May 1, 2016
Adults………………. $2,914.00
Offertory………….…$ 314.63
Students………………$ 13.00
Online Giving……...…$ 80.00
Total……………….. $3,321.63
DAA goal is $14,054.00
DAA total so far….$10,250.00
Sunday, May 15, 2016 at 8:30 AM
Lector: Chris Sonnetag
Servers: Amanda Bogdonovich, Olivia Cullen, Jaren Cullen
Eucharistic Ministers: Amy Nigon, Pete Dejno, Bill Lindner,
Jason Bravener, Luke Nigon
Music: Maddi Raese
Ushers: Bill Sladich, Joe Ortner, volunteers
Greeter: Dick & Bonnie Lindner
St. Anthony Parish
For Sat/Sun, April 30/May 1, 2016
Adults…………………$4,545.00
Offertory……………..$ 256.50
Students……………. $
0.00
Online Giving……….. $ 531.00
Total………………….$5,332.50
St. Anthony LITURGICAL ROLES
Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 6:30 PM
Lector: Joann Oestreich
Servers: Jacob Baumgartner, Brady & Bailey Bravener
Eucharistic Ministers: Rick, Margie and Jennifer Szymanski,
Gerard Baehman, Richard Bukovec
Music: Seth Duprey / Stephanie Duprey
Thank you for your generous donations!
Sunday, May 15, 2016 at 10:30 AM
St. Anthony Cemetery Clean Up will be Monday,
May 16th with rain date on Tuesday,
May 17th. We will be starting at 4:30 pm.
Bring your rakes, shovels and wheelbarrows
to help us get the cemetery back in shape for
the summer. Thank you!
Lector: Bob Meyer
Servers: Mya Beyerl, Ethan Beyerl, Olivia Hoeser
Eucharistic Ministers: Chuck & Julie Loos, Michelle Malm,
Sharon Schoonover, Tara Scheel
Music: Cherilyn Jakobi / Coni Meyer
Children’s Liturgy: Done for the summer.
Welcome to our newly baptized member of God’s Holy Family and St. Anthony Parish!
Baptized on May 1, 2016, Savannah Jae Milz, daughter of Jay and Audrey Milz
Thank You to Julie Loos, Tara and Cesyn Scheel for helping with our First Annual Parish May Crowning. Julie put together beautiful
May baskets for the participating children to take home using them first for pew decoration's, for obtaining the flowers and vase for the
procession. Tara helped organize and Cesyn helped the children besides being in the procession and singing in the choir loft along with
three other young ladies. Our altar servers all volunteered and the children in the procession did a fantastic job. Tryn Scheel was the
crown bearer and Anna Smrcka crowned the Blessed Mother. Thank You to all the parents that brought their young and older children to
honor Mary. We had twenty young people involved, what a great turnout. And thank you to Chuck, for getting Our Blessed Virgin
Mary statue ready. God Bless You All - Janet Boh
**Catechist inservice May 11, 6:30-8:30 at St. Mary’s in the parish basement, Miora Kneer will present 6:30-7:30, then we will
have an organizational meeting. **Family Life meeting Thursday, May 12, 6:30 pm at St. Anthony’s school library.
**Re-scheduled date for joint RE meeting is Wednesday, May 18, 6pm at Holy Family.
Moira Kneer, a retired Chaplain, a member of the National Speakers Association and, presently, Community Outreach
Coordinator for Sacred Heart Hospital's Center for Spiritual Care & The Healing Place in Eau Claire, is scheduled to speak
on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at St. Anthony’s church hall at 2:00 p.m. and at St. Mary's church hall at 6:30 p.m. Moira's
presentation is in conjunction with the Year of Mercy. Please join us for this thought provoking presentation. Parishioners
from all three cluster parishes are welcome. (St. Anthony attendees, please park in the parking lot to avoid school buses.
Thank you.)
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STEWARDSHIP OF TIME AND TALENT
**** St. Anthony School is now accepting registrations for the
2016-2017 school year for children entering 4K through grade 6.
Please contact the school at 715-255-8636 or
[email protected] to request a registration form,
or for further information.
St. Mary’s Memorial Fund, Inc. will hold its annual
meeting on Monday, May 9, 2016 in the school library.
Election of two directors will be held. The term of Jackie
Lindner has expired and she is eligible for re-election, and a
director for a two year term remaining to replace Arnie
Kappus. Additional nominees will be considered at the
meeting. Parishioners who have donated a minimum of
$100 are members and eligible to vote on all issues at the
meeting. Any other parish members are invited to attend.
The Fund’s regular monthly meeting will follow the Annual
Meeting. (Other directors currently serving are: Dick Adler, Mary Jo Gregorich and Giles Susa, Jr.)
St. Mary’s School News
FELLOWSHIP AT HOLY FAMILY will be held after Mass
on Saturday, May 14th. Please note, instead of the usual potluck Fellowship there will be doughnuts, cookies and beverages served in the church entrance. Hopefully the weather will
cooperate and more people can visit with family and friends
outside.
THEME BASKET DONATIONS FOR HOLY FAMILY
CHURCH BAZAAR: It was decided at the PCCW meeting to
put out a container in the church entrance for donations for
Theme Baskets for the bucket raffle at the Bazaar. We encourage donations of any amount, and the PCCW ladies will do the
shopping and put together some creative
baskets. We would like to get more people involved as the bucket
raffle is a fun activity and a good fundraiser for our
church. IT'S ONLY 4 MONTHS UNTIL THE BAZAAR!!
St. Anthony School News
Wednesday, May 11th: Mass prepared by Grades 5&6
Friday, May 13th: Please join us for our spring
musical, Get in the Game, at 1:00 in the
church basement!
Saturday, May 14th: Happy Birthday, Mrs. Laesch!
Thursday, May 12: Children's Mass at 8:15 a.m.
**St. Mary's School registrations for the 2016-2017 school
year are now available in the school office. Please call 715267-6477 for more information. Please note: Registration
forms have been mailed to all students who visited us in
March and sent home with all continuing students.
Parish News
Spring Change of Seasons is May 21st in Loyal. If you are a
Senior Citizen and need your windows washed or other jobs
done, call Interfaith at 715-743-2885 to reserve your spot on the
list. If you get the answering machine, leave a message. You
will receive a confirmation call. A deadline of May 14th for
signing up has been set.
Volunteers: If you can give a morning of your time to help our
elderly it would be so appreciated. Volunteers will meet at St.
Anthony’s Parish Hall May 21st at 8:00 am for breakfast. Please
call Rhonda 715-937-1822 by May 14.
St. Anthony's annual plant/garage sale will be held this year
on June 9 & 10 from 8:00 am - 4:00pm. We will be receiving
matching funds from Catholic Family Life Insurance. Please
bring your items down the afternoon of June 7 and by 4pm on
June 8th. Thank you!
Adult Religious Class will meet on May 10 at 10:30 AM at
the home of Vicki Gray at W5580 Lovers Rd, in Greenwood.
We will be studying John Ch.8. Lunch will follow discussion.
St. Anthony Cemetery. Please remove any winter/Christmas
decoration from the cemetery that you wish to keep by May 8th.
Any remaining after this date will be discarded. Thank you.
The week-end of June 18/19, Fr. Keith Kitzhaber will be
conducting the annual Mission Coop at our parishes:
St. Anthony, Loyal; St. Mary, Greenwood; and Holy Family,
Willard. Since 2014 Fr. Kitzhaber has been the Associate
Pastor of Santa Cruz Parish, Bolivia, the mission parish of the
Diocese of La Crosse. He will be here to celebrate the weekend Masses and to appeal for your support on behalf of the
people served through the parish begun by our own diocesan
priest, Fr. Joe Walijewski in 1958. We also recently honored
the work of Fr. Ed Penchi, another priest of the diocese who
served there for over 30 years. An envelope will be provided
for the convenience of making your donation. Please make
checks payable to your local parish and return the envelope
through the weekend collection or parish office. Thank you in
advance for the sacrifices you make on behalf of the mission of
the Church and the annual Mission Coop.
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Community News
Swiss Steak Dinner at Thorp American Legion Hall sponsored
by American Legion Auxiliary served family style with a complimentary glass of wine and carnation for Mom. Serving
starts at 11:00. Price is $13; Under 6 free. Carry outs available!
MASS SCHEDULE
SA=ST. ANTHONY, SM=ST. MARY, HF=HOLY FAMILY
Monday, May 9
8:15 am SA Fr. Arokiam Mass
For All Parishioners
Lector: Jack Barrett
8:15 am SM Communion Service
Lay Leader: Joyce Rondorf
Tuesday, May 10
8:15 am HF Fr. Brice
Mass
† Della Podobnick
8:15 am SA Communion Service
Lector: Joann Oestreich
8:15 am SM Communion Service
Lay Leader: Joyce Rondorf
Wednesday, May 11
8:15 am SA Fr. Brice
Mass
† Anthony & Beatrice Walter
Lector: Students
8:15 am SM Communion Service
Lay Leader: Joyce Rondorf
Thursday, May 12
8:15 am SA Fr. Arokiam Mass
† Lois Lindner by Pete Lindner
Lector: Marie Kaiser
8:15 am SM Fr. Brice
Mass
† Bud, Marcy & Dylan Denk
Lector: Students
Friday, May 13
8:15 am SA Fr. Arokiam Mass
† Virginia Volovsek by Brian & Julie Denk
Lector: Marilyn Hinker
8:15 am SM Fr. Brice
Mass
† Arlene Lindner by Dick & Bonnie Lindner
Saturday, May 14
4:00 pm HF Fr. Arokiam Mass
† Donna & Pat McFarlane by Barb Ashbeck
4:00 pm SA Fr. Brice Spanish Mass † Deceased members of Hannemann & Hall Families
6:30 pm SA Fr. Arokiam Mass
Special Intention of Danny & Diane Meyer by Duane & Margie Stutte
Sunday, May 15
8:30 am SM Fr. Brice
Mass
† Angeline & John Przybylski by John & Florence Briski
10:30 am SA Fr. Arokiam Mass
† Karen Knack by Joan Knack
Parish Calendar (SA)=St. Anthony, (SM)=St. Mary, (HF)=Holy Family
Monday, May 9: Memorial Fund meeting 8:00 pm in the school library.
Wednesday, May 11: Joint Religious Education Teacher In-service at Holy Family 7:00 pm.
Thursday, May 12: Joint Family Life Committee Meeting at 6:30 pm at Holy Family.
It's time to mark your calendars for VBS 2016! "Cave Quest" VBS will be held Sunday, June 26 - Wednesday, June 29
from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at St. Anthony Church. All are welcome to attend! Registration forms can be picked up and dropped
off in the back of church at St. Anthony's, St. Mary's, and Holy Family. Adult volunteers are needed. If interested in
helping, please fill out a registration form.
Mary, Mother of Jesus, help us to share tone wonders of the Lord with all whom we meet on the way.
--Pope Francis
Please hold in prayer those enduring serious illness in our parishes:IyronHandke,BernardLindgren,
MaryKabbus,ChristopherSternweis,SharonGarbisch,OrvilleGarbisch,RitaMayenschein,Marcy
‹••‘ǡCynthiaBrinker,JuliusŽƒ’ƒ–ƒ—•—•,EthelynTheisen,KatieEnglebretson,
ClaytonKohlnhoferandSherryLouma
Scripture for the Week ©Liturgical Publications Inc
CONFESSION
SCHEDULE
ST. ANTHONY
Saturday
9-10 AM
HOLY FAMILY
Saturday
3:30 PM
ST. MARY
Sunday 8:00 AM
Or anytime upon request
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Readings for the Week of May 8, 2016
Sunday: Acts 1:1-11/Ps 47:2-3, 6-9/Heb 9:24-28; 10:19-23 or Eph 1:17-23/Lk 24:46-53
Monday: Acts 19:1-8/Ps 68:2-7/Jn 16:29-33
Tuesday: Acts 20:17-27/Ps 68:10-11, 20-21/Jn 17:1-11a
Wednesday: Acts 20:28-38/Ps 68:29-30, 33-36/Jn 17:11b-19
Thursday: Acts 22:30; 23:6-11/Ps 16:1-2, 5, 7-11/Jn 17:20-26
Friday: Acts 25:13b-21/Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20/Jn 21:15-19
Saturday: Acts 1:15-17, 20-26/Ps 113:1-8/Jn 15:9-17
Vigil: Gn 11:1-9 or Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b or Ez 37:1-14 or Jl 3:1-5/Ps 104:1-2, 24, 35, 27-30/Rom 8:2227/Jn 7:37-39
Next Sunday: Acts 2:1-11/Ps 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34/Rom 8:8-17 or 1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13/Jn 14:15-16,
23b-26 or Jn 20:19-23
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