May 29, 2016 - St. Peter`s Parish

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May 29, 2016 - St. Peter`s Parish
ST. PETER’S PARISH
Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
C
May 29, 2016
orpus Christi Procession
Sunday, May 29, 1 p.m.
Beginning at 1 p.m. at
Our Lady of Perpetual Help/
Redemptorist Parish,
3333 Broadway,
Exposition, Adoration, and the
opportunity for Confession.
Benediction will be at 2 p.m.
followed by the solemn procession
of Our Lord to the Diocesan Shrine
of Divine Mercy/Our Lady of Good
Counsel Parish, 3934 Washington
Street, and closing Benediction.
In this special Year of Mercy,
we particularly invite everyone to
join us at this pilgrimage site and
gain additional indulgences.
Altar Prepared for the Feast of Corpus Christi, detail from an Antiphonary, Italy, Milan, ca. 1470–95.
MASS SCHEDULE
Sunday Masses
Saturday…………………...………….……….5:00 p.m.
Sunday………….………...9:00 & 11:00 a.m., 5:30 p.m.
Weekday Masses (Legacy Chapel)
Monday-Wednesday & Friday………………...8:15 a.m.
All-School Mass Thursday in Main Church.….8:15 a.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday………………………………….4:15-4:45 p.m.
Or by appointment, contact Fr. Steve Cook or Fr. Amthor
OUR MISSION
We of St. Peter’s Parish are a faith community who have as our
model our Lord Jesus Christ and the fulfillment of his mission. We
profess who we are by our shared belief and understanding of the
Gospel. As people called to conversion, we come together to
celebrate and bear witness to God’s redemptive activity in our
Lives. We live out this mission of Christ through prayer and
worship and through our baptismal call, which challenges us to
minister to and with others.
Eucharistic Adoration (Legacy Chapel)
Tuesdays………………………… 8:45 a.m.—7:00 p.m.
St. Peter’s Parish • 815 East Meyer Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64131 • Parish Office: 816.363.2320 • www.stpkc.org
Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
May 29, 2016
THE CATHOLIC STEWARD
Monday
9:00 a.m.
May 30 — Memorial Day — Office Closed
Priest’s Intentions
Tuesday
May 31 — Feast of the Visitation of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
The Nunnink Family (Gillbanks Family)
8:15 a.m.
Wednesday
8:15 a.m.
June 1 - St. Justin, martyr
† Lawrence Meyers (Susan Meyers)
Thursday
8:15 a.m.
June 2 - Ss. Marcellinus & Peter, martyrs
Priest’s Intentions
Friday
June 3 - Solemnity of the
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Priests Intentions
8:15 a.m.
Saturday
5:00 p.m.
Sunday
9:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
5:30 p.m.
June 4 - Immaculate Heart of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
† Bridget Campbell (Buren Family)
June 5– 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time
† Diane O’Malley (Barbara Rundquist)
St. Peter’s Parishioners
† Maurita Rose Perll-Hohman (The Family)
Please remember in prayer those who have died.
Grant them eternal rest and peace, O Lord!
† Denotes Deceased
Peter’s Pence—Thank You
Thank you for your generous support of our Holy Father’s
charitable works through the Peter’s Pence Collection. Our
contributions will be combined with those from our brothers and
sisters around the world to help Pope Francis provide essential
relief to people in need. Your generosity is an act of solidarity
with the universal Church, answering the call to become a
witness of charity. May God bless you.
PLEASE NOTE
The 5:30 p.m. Mass
on Sunday, June 19
(Father’s Day)
will be cancelled due to the
“Pitching for Priests” softball game.
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Gn 14: 18-20; Ps 110: 1-4; 1 Cor 11: 23-26; Lk 9: 11B-17
T
he more popular name for today’s Solemnity of the Most
Holy Body and Blood of Christ is Corpus Christi, which of
course in Latin means the “Body of Christ.” The Church has
celebrated this feast at this time since it was proclaimed by Pope
Urban IV in 1264.
We are asked on this day to concentrate on two expressions of the
Body of Christ — the Holy Eucharist and the Church itself.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church (#1327) states the
importance of the Eucharist quite succinctly and directly: “In
brief, the Eucharist is the sum and summary of our faith.” At the
center of every Mass is our celebration of the Eucharist. The word
“Eucharist” comes from the Greek word eucharistia which means
“thanksgiving.” It is through the Eucharist which we receive the
Lord’s greatest gift to us, and it should be in thanksgiving and
delight which we receive it.
This holy day should also remind us of all those things for which
we should be thankful. Gratitude is at the basis of a life of
stewardship. It is through thanksgiving for all we have received,
especially the Holy Body and Blood of Christ through the
Eucharist, that we find the motivation and the commitment to be
good stewards.
The Pontiff Emeritus Benedict XVI in one of his writings spoke of
the Eucharist in this way: “In the Eucharist a communion takes
place that corresponds to the union of man and woman in
marriage. Just as they become ‘one flesh,’ so in the Eucharist we
all become ‘one spirit,’ one person with Christ.” Today we thank
God for the incredible gift to us of the Eucharist.
Copyright © 2016 Catholic Stewardship Consultants, www.CatholicSteward.com
A
n Antiphonary, Antiphonal, " Antiphony" or Antiphoner
(Latin antiphonarium, antiphonarius, antiphonarius liber,
antiphonale; Greek ’antíphonon, antiphon, antiphone, anthem) is
one of the liturgical books intended for use in choro (i. e. in
the liturgical choir), and originally characterized, as its name
implies, by the assignment to it principally of the antiphons used in
various parts of the Roman liturgy.
Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
This week at
St. Peter’s
May 29, 2016
Divine Mercy, Behold Thy Mother
BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 30,
ALL DAILY MASSES
IN MAIN CHURCH
DURING PARKING LOT
Diocesan Marian Conference
RENOVATION.
Monday
9:00 a.m.
May 30 — Memorial Day—Parish Office Closed
Mass - Church
CH
Tuesday
8:15 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
4:00 p.m.
May 31
Mass—Church
Eucharistic Adoration—Church
Rosary Group
CH
CH
LC 200
Wednesday
8:15 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
7:15 p.m.
June 1
Mass—Church
Ceramics
Women’s CRHP 8
CH
RR
LC 210
Thursday
8:15 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
June 2
Mass—Church
Reservoir
Men’s CRHP 7
CH
CH
LC 210
Friday
8:15 a.m.
June 3
Mass—Church
CH
Saturday
8:30 p.m.
4:15 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
June 4
Eucharistic Minister Training
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Mass
CH
CH
CH
Sunday
9:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
5:30 p.m.
June 5
Mass
Mass
Mass
CH
CH
CH
Annual Parish Picnic — Save the Date
Mark your calendars and plan to join us
for our annual Parish Picnic:
Sunday, June 26, 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
Burgers and dogs provided – grilled to perfection by our
Knights of Columbus.
All parishioners are invited and encouraged to attend.
Legacy Center
LC 200 Board Room
LC 210 Green Room
LC 220 Youth Room
LC 102 Legacy Basement
RCT Rectory
Church
CH Sanctuary
MR Church Basement
CR Choir Room
BR Bride’s Room
RR Romero Room
School
GR Garden Room
(School Cafeteria)
MC McKay Center (Gym)
SP School Parking Lot
OFF Off-Site
Friday, June 17 — Saturday, June 18, 2016
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
8812 E. Gregory Blvd., Raytown, MO 64133
Friday: 5:15 p.m. - 9:50 p.m.
Mass Times: Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday:7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Adoration … Confession … Relics … Music … Food … Vendors
Friday, 5:15-6 p.m.-Finger foods
Saturday 7:35-8:15 a.m. Doughnuts, 11:30 Lunch
Speakers:
Fr. Tom Sullivan, “Bearing Witness to the Truth”
Fr. Adam Johnson, “You Haven’t Long to Live – What Then?”
Deacon Patrick, “Signs of the Times”
Michael McGlenn, “To Battle – Armed with Love and Mercy”
John Carpenter, “Mary’s Mantle of Protection”
Mark Kiser, “The Eucharist: Our Most Merciful Gift”
Endowments Ensure Our Future
Did you know that St. Peter’s has two
endowment funds, created to help support
parish and school needs for generations to
come? Endowments are like a “retirement
account” for the parish: funds are invested
and only the income may be used.
The St. Peter’s Parish Endowment was created in 2013. It is an
unrestricted fund whose income may be used for either parish or
school needs. The St. Peter’s Endowment Trust Fund for Catholic
Education was established in 1990. It is a restricted fund whose
income supports Catholic education at St. Peter’s. If you would
like more information about our parish endowment funds, contact
Karen Conley in the parish office.
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Congratulations
St. Peter’s
Class of 2016
May 29, 2016
Eucharistic Minister Training
St. Peter’s Liturgy Office will host a Eucharistic Minister training on Saturday, June 4 from
8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. If you are interested in serving as a Eucharistic Minister at
weekend or holy day Masses, please come! We also invite those who are interested in the
Hospital Eucharistic Minister to join us for this special training. If you would like a small
refresher course on Eucharistic Ministry, you are welcome as well!
Legacy Center North Parking Lot Renovation to Begin
Peter Andersson
Griffin Lanning
Zayin Barnes
Ava Lee
Jack Batten
Sam Linson
Sophia Bellamaganya Elyse Makar
Our plans for the “Safe to School” project have been approved! We’re happy to report that
construction will begin on our parking lot facing Meyer Blvd. right after Memorial Day
weekend. Kissick Construction is our contractor, and they are working with us and the
diocese to finalize the contract that’s within our budget. Thanks to all the Campus Master
Planning committee and the individuals who assisted in getting the plans, permits, and
communications in place. Let the work begin!
Claudia Benge
Elise McGhie
Lauren Biritz
Grant McHugh
Cooper Brandmeyer
Charlotte McKee
Quad Fest at St. Teresa's Academy
Brendan Brewster
Harrison Meyer
David Chamberlain
Thais Montagner
Anna Chapman
Domenic Monteleone
Aspen Cherrito
Katie Moore
Anna Coble
Koby Murphy
Emily Cory
Savanna Murphy
Alex Danzo
Drew Newman
John Duffy
Michael Nulton
Saturday, June 4, 6-8:30 p.m.
Adult only event (over 21)
Enjoy an outdoor summer evening on the beautiful Quad of St.
Teresa’s Academy featuring live music, great food, and cold
beverages. Entertainment provided by the Lauren Krum Quintet
(jazz, contemporary, country, folk). $40 in advance (by June 1) | $50
at door. Included in your ticket price: all you can eat bar-b-que; unlimited beer, wine and
lemonade; and funnel cakes. Limited seating so make your reservation now:
stteresasacademy.org/quadfest. Rain alter native: Gopper t gymnasium.
Mary Claire Dunagan Matthew Ong
Maggie Duncan
Vivian Owens
Carlie Duus
Jalaysia Reed
Kevin Egan
Spencer Reinhardt
Julia Flores
Quinn Reller
Sara Gallo
Charles Roder
Abigail Growney
Katy Rouse
Ella Hair
Jake Ruff
Elise Hawley
Brendan Safley
Seamus Hellings
Avery Schmitz
Joseph Hunter
Harrison Shank
Genesis Jeffries
Peter Simon
Zoey Jensen
Caroline Smith
Anna Johnson
Xavier Stovall
Anna Dae Jones
Ryan Swope
Calvin Jones, Jr.
Jenna Thiemann
Grace Kauten
Sophia Trozzolo
Brendan Kiefer
A.D. Vickery
Kyle Klaiber
John Weir
Avery Kuhls
Nora Weir
Vincent Kuzava
Simon Williams
Morgan Wright
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Divine Renewal Retreat
June 2-5 (Thursday, 6-9 p.m.; Friday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.)
Church of Nativity Gymnasium, 3800 W 119th St., Overland Park, Kansas
Be filled with the Holy Spirit! Experience spiritual, inner, and physical healing. The retreat
will be given by the Vincentian priests from India. Registration is free! Bring your own
lunch or buy a lunch box at $7, provided by an Indian restaurant or popular sandwich shop.
Make a reservation, with lunch option, by Friday, May 27, to Michael Johnson at
913.488.1824 or [email protected]
Is your marriage going down the right road . . . or is it a little off track?
Life can be difficult, and so can the challenges you face in marriage.
Does the distance between you seem wide?
Are you already separated? Looking for a
better way? Retrouvaille can help and
offers hope for a better relationship.
Retrouvaille is a peer ministry of volunteer
couples that can help you learn the tools of healthy communication, build intimacy and heal,
just as they have done in their own marriages. Retrouvaille is Christian-based, and Catholic
in origin, but welcomes couples of all faiths as well as non-religious couples. Retrouvaille
can help get your relationship back on track. For more information about an upcoming
Retrouvaille Weekend program for couples, contact registration team: Local telephone
@ 800.470.2230 or visit our website: HelpOurMarriage.com.
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May 29, 2016
St. James Food Kitchen
Prayers
Lynne Madeo, Beverly Shea and Mary O’Dower will be joining our loyal regulars of Pat
Morrissey, Judy Whalen, Carolyn Biritz, Patti Owsley, Peg Allin, Noreen Zahner, Michael
Jones, Richard Hair and Arden Weis for our next shift on Wednesday, June 1.
St. Peter’s community prays for the following
people: Ron Adrian, Angela Barbosa, Harvey
Blackstone, Mary Brashear, Bob Cook, Charles
Cook, Sally Euston, Don Harris, Julie Huey, Ken
Johnson, Julie Lisac, Joseph Ludwikoski, Mike
McDonald, Michelle Melland, Kris Omecene,
Karl Royce, Scott Rundquist, Paula Silvey, Mike
Spaeth, Diane Stiles, Ashton Thomas Stout, Jim
Whitehurst, the elderly and infirm, the chronically
ill and their caregivers.
OUTPACE POVERTY Walk/5k Run
You can make a difference right now by joining the movement to
Outpace Poverty. On Saturday, June 18, walk or run to support
families and individuals working toward self-sufficiency. We'll take
steps together — as a community — to raise awareness and funds to fight poverty in our
neighborhoods.
Your participation makes an immediate impact in many lives. Plus, you'll enjoy a fun-filled,
family-friendly event including continental breakfast, music, live entertainment, special
visits from Sluggerrr and KC Wolf, balloon artists, face painting and much more!
Proceeds from Outpace Poverty 2016 benefit the many programs and services provided by
Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph. The mission of Catholic Charities is to
transform lives and communities through hope-filled care, services and advocacy.
For more information go to: https://www.outpacepoverty.org or contact Dan, 816.877.0300
or [email protected]
Please notify the parish office of any new
intentions or of any names that should be
removed.
For Their Safe Return
St. Peter’s community prays for an end to war
and a safe return for those from our community
serving in the military: Jon Connelly, and Angelo
Castillejo.
Altar Cleaning Schedule
VIP’s / June
Save the date for our annual trip to Lake Jacomo on Thursday, June 16. We’ll join our
friends from Visitation and St. Therese Little Flower near the lake with food games and boat
rides.
Sacred Heart Enthronement: What is it and why do it?
To "enthrone" simply means to display. Enthronement of
the image of the Sacred Heart is a way for us to invite Our
Lord to be present in our homes as our constant
companion. By displaying the Sacred Heart image in a
prominent place, and by dedicating our families to the
Sacred Heart of Jesus, we profess that Christ is King of our
hearts and that we desire Him to be present with us always.
May 29
Jun 5
Jun 12
Jun 19
Jun 26
A Thomas, V Huey & B Martin
Flo Mundy, Maxine Alvarez
M Gude, Andrea & Audrey Carroll
Lynn Madeo, Sally Wirtz
Stacy Robertson, Sheri Biritz
May Purificator
Maria Pelto
June Purificator
Flo Mundy
The image itself, a blessed picture or statue, should recall the image that St. Margaret Mary
Alacoque described seeing when Our Lord appeared to her:
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Around His Heart is a crown of thorns
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The flames coming from His Heart show the intensity of His Love
There is a wound, from the soldier's spear, showing that our sins hurt
Him in the Heart
Above the flames is a cross showing that His Love for us was so great
that He died for us
If your family would like your home enthroned to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, please contact
Father Amthor, 816.363.2320, #129 or email [email protected] For more
information on Enthronement to the Sacred Heart, visit http://kcsjfamily.org/sacred-heart.
Pray with Scripture. . .
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
2 Pt 1:2-7/Mk 12:1-12
Zep 3:14-18a or Rom 12:9-16/
Lk 1:39-56
2 Tm 1:1-3, 6-12/Mk 12:18-27
2 Tm 2:8-15/Mk 12:28-34
Ez 34:11-16/Lk 15:3-7
2 Tm 4:1-8/Lk 2:41-51
1 Kgs 17:17-24/Gal 1:11-19/
Lk 7:11-17
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Year of Mercy
Sacred Heart Enthronement
May 29, 2016
Purses with Purpose
Thursday, June 16th,
7-10 p.m.
Three Points Event Space
1511 Baltimore, KC MO
3rd Annual Pitching for
Priests Softball Game
Last Week’s Giving to God’s Work
May 16-22
Envelopes
Plate
Online/Other
Total:
Solemnity of the Sacred Heart
Friday, June 3, 2016,
7:00 p.m.
Cathedral of the
Immaculate Conception
416 W 12th Street
Kansas City, 64105.
Best of KC Basketball Camp with
Coach Bill O’Connor
May 31—June 3, 2016
McKay Center Gymnasium
Boys and girls entering 3rd
through 8th grade.
Boys session:
9:00 a.m.-11:15 a.m.
Girls session:
1:00 p.m.-3:15 p.m.
1 coach for every 8 campers!
Maximum camp size is 40 campers.
Late Registration
Available Now!
The 5th Annual Purses With
Purpose ladies’ purse
auction is back and better
than ever! Get ready for a
fabulous evening at Three
Points in the Crossroads
District. This fundraiser for
women includes a silent
auction of purses, tote bags
and wallets of all price
ranges. Guests enjoy wine
and light appetizers while
bidding on bags and the
event comes to a close with a
short presentation and live
auction of designer purses.
Purses with Purpose
is a benefit for the
FIRE Foundation.
Our mission is to provide
children with special needs
the opportunity for an
inclusive Catholic education
in their home parish schools.
For sponsorship opportunities or to make reservations
go to firefoundation.org or
call the FIRE office
816.756.1858 x 247
Cost: $100 includes camp shirt,
insurance, and excellent instruction from experienced coaches/
counselors. Family discount for
two or more campers. For Late
Registration, email Coach
O’Connor at
[email protected] and he
will take care of everything!
Or call 816.885.9308 for more
information.
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$
4,918.00
911.80
78.678.79
84,508.59
Pledges through May 23
Total Pledged
$1,795,225
Pledges turned in
436
Average Pledge
4,120.00
Wings and Such Brunch
Sunday, June 5
9 a.m. — 2 p.m.
St. Therese Little Flower
5814 Euclid Avenue
Fundraiser to support those
attending the Archbishop
James P. Lyke Conference
(lykeconfernce.com) to
renew and revitalize
ministries.
Tickets: Adults - $10, Youth
(6-10) $5 includes: wings,
greens, corn casserole,
breakfast casserole, pulled
pork sliders, beverages and
more.
Girls’ Volleyball
Girls’ volleyball
camps — for
grades 4-8 will
be held at Notre
Dame de Sion
High
School
June 6-9. Registration forms
at www.ndsion.edu or
contact Coach Lampen:
[email protected]
re. Please join us!
Sunday, June 19, 5 p.m.
Father’s Day - Great Family Outing!
Community America Ballpark (T-
bones Stadium) in the Legends
shopping area. Priests from the
Archdiocese of Kansas and
priests from the Kansas City-St.
Joseph Diocese will play each
other in a charity softball game
to benefit vocations in both
dioceses. Sponsored by the
“Catholic Radio Network” that
operates ten Catholic radio
stations in Missouri, Kansas, and
Colorado. Tickets: $10 each.
Contact Pete Hutchison for
tickets at 816.665.0334.
Fr. Amthor taking a swing
Fundraiser for Nativity House KC
“Fiestas de Mexico”
Sunday, June 5, 5-7 p.m.
Rockhurst High School Theater,
9301 State Line Road, KCMO.
Join us for a belated Mother’s
Day celebration to benefit the
mothers living in our crisis
pregnancy maternity home.
Your contribution will help bring
Nativity House KC into its third
successful year of saving babies.
Donate or purchase tickets by
visiting www.nativityhousekc.org
or contact Maria at 913.488.5358
or [email protected]
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Parish/School Directory
Legacy Center & Parish Office
815 East Meyer Blvd.
Kansas City, MO 64131
Hours: Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Office: 816.363.2320
Fax: 816.363.8157
Website: www.stpkc.org
PASTOR
Fr. Steve Cook, #112
[email protected]
School Office
6400 Charlotte St.
Kansas City, MO 64131
Website: www.stpeterskc.org
Office: 816.523.4899
Fax: 816.523.1248
Celebrating The Sacraments
BAPTISM: The sacrament joyfully
celebrates the entrance of members into our Catholic community.
Please call the parish office to
schedule.
Safe Environment
DIOCESAN OMBUDSMAN
Jenifer Valenti: 816.812.2500
PRINCIPAL
Mary Omecene, #211
[email protected]
CONFIRMATION: Confirmation is
offered to adults through the RCIA
process, and annually for students.
As with other sacraments of initiation, preparation is involved.
To protect the children and youth of
our diocese, report abuse to:
VICE PRINCIPAL
Angie Meyer, #215
[email protected]
ASSOCIATE PASTOR
Fr. Bryan Amthor, #129
[email protected]
SCHOOL SECRETARIES
Sally Euston, #210
[email protected]
Elaine Kovac, #214
[email protected]
SENIOR PRIEST IN RESIDENCE
Fr. Terry Bruce, #115
[email protected]
BUSINESS MANAGER
Warren Blevins, #131
[email protected]
PARISH SECRETARY
Mary Pfeifer, #110
[email protected]
MUSIC/LITURGY
James Wagner, #114
[email protected]
RCIA/YOUTH MINISTRY
Toni Mitchum, #171
[email protected]
COMMUNICATIONS/MARKETING
Paula Holmquist, #120
[email protected]
STEWARDSHIP/DEVELOPMENT
Karen Conley, #127
[email protected]
SOCIAL SERVICES
Dan Needham, 816.877.0300
[email protected]
MATRIMONY: Couples should
contact the parish office as soon as
possible or at least six months in
advance of the desired wedding
date to make arrangements for
preparation.
PARISH COUNCIL MEMBERS
Fr. Steve Cook
816.363.2320
Mary Kay Clune 816.523.6632
Josh Coulter
913.220.8830
Cathy Cusumano 816.510.7726
Josh Lary
816.216.7804
Karen Miller
816.523.6550
Caroline Mudd
816.214.8369
Chris Newman
816.444.1154
Anne Pautler
816.333.2975
Cathy Pedersen
816.986.9684
Marty Seaton
816.986.9684
Jim Schaible
816.405.1040
DID YOU MOVE TO A NEW HOME?
CHANGE YOUR PHONE NUMBER
OR EMAIL?
Please call the Parish office to let us
know. This information is vital to
keep our records as current as
possible. Thank you!
DIOCESAN VICTIM ADVOCATE
Kathleen Chastain: 816.392.0011
[email protected]
1.
The Missouri Child Abuse
Hotline if the victim is under 18
years old at 1.800.392.3738.
The Police.
The diocese, if the abuser is an
employee, volunteer or clergyman in the diocese. The dedicated reporting number is
816.812.2500 and is answered
by the ombudsman, Jenifer
Valenti. Her email is
[email protected]
2.
3.
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION
FOR ADULTS: For those interested
in finding out more information
about the Catholic faith, and/or
interested in becoming Catholic.
Please call the parish office.
More information about the Office of
Child and Youth Protection can be
found at www.diocesekcsj.org/
content/protecting children.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Our
parish continues Christ’s ministry
of making whole the members of
our community who suffer physical or emotional ills with Anointing of the Sick. Please call the
parish office if you would like to
receive this sacrament.
PROJECT RACHEL/PROJECT
JOSEPH—Whether you are the
EUCHARIST TO HOMEBOUND
AND HOSPITALIZED: Contact Dan
Questions or concerns?
Carrie Cooper, Director,
[email protected]
mom, dad, grandparent, or sibling,
abortion can leave a hole in a family.
Find healing for your heartache at
Project Rachel and Project Joseph.
Free, confidential, professional
counseling. 913.621.2199 or
888.246.1504 in Kansas;
816.591.3804 in Missouri.
ww.projectrachelkc.com.
BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS — The bulletin deadline is Tuesday at
noon to appear in the following weekend’s bulletin. St. Peter’s
announcements are given first priority and other announcements will
appear if room permits. Please send announcements by email to
[email protected]
The Parish Office will be closed for Memorial Day — Monday, May 30
Summer Hours — Parish Office Closed on Fridays effective June 3 through July 29
MIKE’S
Brookside, Waldo or Beyond?
WINE AND SPIRITS
Brookside
21 W. 63rd St.
816-701-6546
Waldo
85th & Wornall
816-363-3984
Westport
1106 Westport Rd
816-561-3500
www.mikeskc.com
816-254-7100
Contact Mike Anderson to
place an ad today!
[email protected] or
(800) 950-9952 x2612
We’re Here to Help you!
816-333-3330
WE SERVICE HONDA CARS
Harriet Dittemore
Neal Dittemore
Catholic Family
CREDIT UNION
Full Service For All Your Needs
816-444-7440
816-333-6789
Mention this ad for $25 off service visit.
9237 Ward Parkway, Ste 114
www.catholicfamilycu.com
Savings Insured by the NCUA up to $250,000
Patrick M. Reller, CPA
816.926.0900
6247 Brookside Blvd. Ste. 201
Parishioner since 1990
www.kofc.org
www.rellercpa.com
For ad info. call Mike Anderson 1-800-950-9952 • www.4lpi.com
St. Peters, Kansas City, MO
B 4C 02-0939
Brookside Jewelry
3100 Broadway
Suite 319
Kansas City, MO 64111
Specialized Machine
& Hand Engraving
Unique Jewelry Designs
“Quality Work at a Fair Price”
Jeff Chaney (816) 444-0892
$5 or 5% off with Ad
Watch & Jewelry Repair
Let me put my 35 years of investment experience
to work for you. I have worked as a financial
advisor and done investments for
insurance companies. Let me help you.
$2 Off Watch Batteries
306 West 63rd Street
2IÀFH816.561.6888
www.brooksidejewlery.com
Parish Member - St. Peter’s
AUTO
“We do brakes too!”
444-7100 | 7915 Troost
(816) 295-3100
Estate & Antique Jewelry
The Muffler
Doctor
Tromans Financial Advisors is a marketing name for securities and investment advisory services offered
through Royal Alliance Associates, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC.
HOME
COMMERCIAL
www.nestelinsurance.com
Mary Nestel
LIFE
9233 Ward Parkway Suite 124
Kansas City, MO
OFFICE: 816-361-6442
TOLL FREE: 800-878-6443
26 years of Experience
Centennial Title Insurance Agency, Inc.
Jeff & Lori Miller
Owners/Parishioners
Independent Agent
practicing exclusively in
• Wills
• Probate
• Trusts
• Estate Tax
•Beneficiary Rights
816-333-0973
913-451-4990
800 E. 63rd St. • KC, MO 64110
www.onglawfirm.com
parish family
rockhillpetclinic.com
KC’s Hometown
Dry Cleaner
Daniel Huerter, DDS
913.381.4132
Parishoners
Jacque &
Mike Kelly
816.805.4515
Reasonable Fees
4121 W. 83rd St Prairie Village, KS
(816) 352-6868
Parishioner
MICHAEL ONG
ORTHODONTIST
New Brookside Location!
3 West 63rd Street, Suite 100
Dr. Patricia Stewart
Joe Runyan, Owner
Kansascityortho.com
[email protected]
William J LaManno, D.D.S.
816.941.2262
Parishioner
4700 Belleview, Suite L14 • Kansas City, MO 64112
816-931-4585
105 E. Gregory
Kansas City, MO 64114
816-599-7331
816.361.8841
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Spring Specials!
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Call today to set up an appointment
Phone: 816-388-9693
Mike and Juli Cochran
14 W. 62nd Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64113
6327 Brookside Plaza
Kansas City, MO 64113
816.523.3700
816.523.7700
www.mypricechopper.com
www.cosentinosmarket.com
Store Director - Scott Friend
[email protected]
Store Director- Charles Larson
[email protected]
(816) 333-3322
(913) 722-2828
RN’s • LPN’s
Errands • 24/7
Offering Private Duty
Home Companions
An Aveda Concept Salon
CharlieHoopers.com
Open ‘til 3 am 365 days a year
(816) 363-2036
913-383-5373
www.SomersetDentalTeam.com
Personal Injury • Consumer Fraud
Wills & Powers of Attorney
Wrongful Death • Business Matters • Mediation
Call on Sherry D. DeJanes
Attorney
406 W. 39th Terrace, KC, MO 64111
[email protected]
PH: 816-753-5922
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www.LandscapeLightingKC.com
Call Steve Hodes Jr at 913-638-1685
Tanner’s - Waldo
Ta
7433 Broadway
75th & Wornall
* dine in • carry out • delivery
* parties welcome *
* 816-363-5242 *
Manager/Master Stylist
Two Locations:
South Kansas City
980 West 103rd Street
Kansas City, MO 64114
Midtown
3300 Main Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
www.carwash103.com
75th & Wornall • 816-822-7525
www.tannersbarandgrill.com
www.
WALDO
PRAIRIE VILLAGE
Kevin & Kathy Euston
Liam Porter
Muehlebach
Funeral Care &
Cremation Services
816-753-4334
816-444-2060 • www.muehlebachchapel.com
6800 Troost Ave. • Kansas City, MO 64131
Family owned and operated since 1954
[email protected]
1414 W. 47th St.
Kansas City, MO 64112
BeliefnRelief.com
Massage Therapy – convenient south KC location
HAMILTON
Kate Aguilera
The Friendly Purveyors of Good
Times, Fine Food & The Pause
That Refreshes
(913) 888-4-BOB
“A proud member of the
Catholic Community”
www.sherrydejanes.com
LAND SCAP E LIGHTING
AND
D ECK LIGHTING
Plumbing + Heating + A/C
816-214-5290
Call Us About Your Son’s Future
Your visit to Somerset Family Dentistry will include:
™ Outstanding, Comprehensive, and Preventative Dental Care
™ Cosmetic & Restorative Services
™ An Experienced, Compassionate Team
™ Family Focused with Children’s Area
We accept Most Insurances
Compassion / Integrity / Community / Team
When Experience, Honesty
& Integrity are Important
Call 913.897.4333
MeLinda A. Garcia, DDS,
Nick, Cruz & Axle
Better Call Bob
$10 dollars off with this coupon
414 E 63rd Street
www.kcneedlepoint.com
[email protected]
7930 Lee Boulevard
Leawood, Kansas 66206
“GREAT EXPERIENCE. GREAT SERVICE.”
HAIR DESIGNS
FACIALS • NAILS • WAXING
7421 Broadway • KC, MO
816.361.1770 • WALDOWELL.COM
For ad info. call Mike Anderson 1-800-950-9952 • www.4lpi.com
B OB
7539 Wornall Rd. • Kansas City, MO
816.444.8080 • lewsgrillandbar.com
Providing Epic Comfort
with Epic Service!
816-333-9757
www.hangerskc.com
KC Needlepoint
12 W
W. 63rd St • KC, MO
DAN KOEHNE, OWNER
816-985-9313
www.danancontracting.com
Family owned
and operated
Andrea Messina
Parishioner
10% Donated back to St. Peter’s
Sunday Brunch
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Open
‘till 3 a.m.
Quality Remodel Services
Plus Aging in Place Renovations
816-361-0663
www.brooksideroofing.com
Joe Saubers, Parishioner
[email protected]
DANAN CONTRACTING
FREE Pick Up and Delivery!
St. Peters, Kansas City, MO
By appointment only
Very reasonable pricing
Dan Draney - LMT
A 4C 02-0939