December 14, 2014 - Saint Columbkille Parish

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December 14, 2014 - Saint Columbkille Parish
Third Sunday of Advent
December 13-14, 2014
200 East Sixth Street ● Papillion, Nebraska 68046 ● Phone (402) 339-3285 ● Fax: (402) 592-4753 ● www.saintcolumbkille.org
O God, who see how your people
faithfully await the feast of the Lord’s
Nativity, enable us, we pray, to attain
the joys of so great a salvation and to
celebrate them always with solemn
worship and glad rejoicing.
Today’s Collect Prayer
St. Columbkille Parish Directory
REV. DAMIAN ZUERLEIN, PASTOR
402-339-3285 ext. 103 [email protected]
REV. KEVIN VOGEL, ASSOCIATE PASTOR
402-339-3285 ext. 106 [email protected]
PARISH STAFF
Deacon Eldon Lauber, Pastoral Associate 402-339-3285
ext. 105 or [email protected]
Steve Baxley, Pastoral Minister, 402-339-3285
[email protected]
David Batter, Director of Music & Liturgy 402-339-3285
ext. 107 or [email protected]
Deacon David Krueger, Stewardship Director 402-339-3285
ext. 104 or [email protected]
Judy Lauber, Parish Office Manager 402-339-3285 ext. 100 or
[email protected]
Jackie Buso, Bulletin Editor/Athletics 402-592-1533 or
[email protected]
Jan Bode, Finance Director 402-592-8494 or
[email protected]
Bill Heese, Maintenance/Grounds Coordinator 402-616-4740 or
[email protected]
St. Columbkille Education Center
224 East 5th Street, Papillion, NE 68046
ST. COLUMBKILLE GRADE SCHOOL 402-339-8706
Jim Makey, Principal, 402-339-8706 or
[email protected]
Brandi Redburn, Assistant Principal, 402-339-8706 or
[email protected]
Carmen McCartney, Secretary,
[email protected]
Heather Hixson, Bookkeeper
[email protected]
ST. COLUMBKILLE RELIGIOUS FORMATION 402-339-0990
Lori Long, Director, [email protected]
Nicole Cook, Coordinator of Disciple Formation
[email protected]
Judie O’Connor, Office Manager, [email protected]
Sr. Jean Marie Faltus, SPIRITuality ALIVE 402-593-9214 or
[email protected]
SACRED HEART PRESCHOOL, 402-991-3405
Julie Crnkovich, Director [email protected]
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Vigil: 5 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12 p.m. & 5 p.m.
Daily Masses: Monday-Thursday, 8:15 a.m.,
5:30 p.m.; Friday, 6:20 a.m., 8:15 a.m.;
Saturday, 8:15 a.m. (Communion Service)
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Monday-Thursday, 5-5:20 p.m.; Saturday, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Baptismal preparation classes are required for parents with
children to be baptized.
Call the Parish Office at 402-339-3285 for information.
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
The Archdiocese requires a minimum of six months notification for
all who are to be married in order to arrange for and complete
the various activities/programs associated with marriage
preparation. Please contact the Parish Office before setting a
date.
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Monday, December 15
8:15 a.m. † Stacie Shaw (Columban Priest)
5:30 p.m. † Becky Barry (Columban Priest)
Tuesday, December 16
8:15 a.m. † Paul Ballweg (Fr. Vogel)
5:30 p.m. † Chester & Mildred Crail (Fr. Zuerlein)
Wednesday, December 17
8:15 a.m. † Anton & Mary Miratsky (Fr. Zuerlein)
5:30 p.m. † Ashley Ellis Rozell, Jr. (Columban Priest)
Thursday, December 18
8:15 a.m. † Marjorie Keenan (Fr. Zuerlein)
5:30 p.m. † Henry Kroenke (Fr. Vogel)
Friday, December 19
6:20 a.m. † Rosemary Lang (Fr. Steve)
8:15 a.m. † Richard Mahoney, Sr. (Fr. Vogel)
Saturday, December 20
8:15 a.m. Communion Service (Dcn. Thomas)
5:00 p.m. † Lawrence Kawa (Fr. Vogel)
6:30 p.m. † William C. Knox (Fr. Vogel)
Sunday, December 21
7:30 a.m. For the Parish (Fr. Zuerlein)
9:00 a.m. † Shirley A. Von Dorn (Fr. Steve)
10:30 a.m. Christian Swanson-Blessings (Fr. Zuerlein)
12:00 p.m. † Fritz Buglewicz (Fr. Steve)
5:00 p.m. † Edmund Berkes (Fr. Vogel)
DEACONS OF ST. COLUMBKILLE PARISH
David Graef
Bill Hill
Steve Jordan
David Krueger
Eldon Lauber
Frank Mascarello
Jerry Overkamp
Russ Perry
Bob Stier
Brian Thomas
Duane Thome
Eric Vande Berg
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St. Columbkille Parish
A Message from your Pastor
Dear Friends,
As I write this letter, I have just finished
putting up the Christmas tree in my house and
decorating it. I always find setting up the Christmas
tree a holy moment, but one filled with melancholy
and memories because the tree and many of its
decorations belonged to my mother. Each ornament
holds memories from childhood or, for the newer
ornaments, memories of past parishes and friends.
The tree itself, a “fake” one, had for years born the
name “the pencil tree” – so named by my siblings
because it is very narrow. My mother liked it because
it did not take up a lot of space in her small living
room. With my decorating ended and a glass of wine
poured, an email went out to my siblings letting them
know that the “pencil tree” was standing once again.
Christmas carols were playing quietly in the
background when I began to wonder where did this
tree thing get its start?
I know that there are lots of stories crediting
Martin Luther with bringing the tree into the home for
Christmas, but I thought there must be a deeper and
older story. I know St. Boniface, a missionary to the
German people in the 8th century, cut down an oak
tree that was worshipped by the local people. When
the gods did not strike Boniface down as they
expected, the people converted to Christianity. He
helped the Germanic peoples move from worshipping
trees to worshipping the God of Jesus Christ. Many of
the monks from St. Columbkille’s monasteries did the
same with other Germanic tribes. Maybe it had
something to do with that?
Here is what I found: By the early Middle
Ages, a story began to circulate that when Christ was
born in the dead of winter, every tree throughout the
world miraculously shook off its ice and snow and
produced new shoots of green. About the same time,
Christian missionaries preaching to Germanic and
Slavic peoples were taking a more relaxed approach to
cultural traditions. These missionaries believed that the
Incarnation proclaimed Christ's lordship over those
natural symbols that had previously been used for the
worship of pagan gods. Not only individual human
beings, but cultures, symbols, and traditions could be
converted. So, to have evergreen garland in your home
was no longer seen as a means to worshipping trees.
However, the most likely story about
Christmas trees links them to “mystery plays” and
celebrations that
were held in the 14th
and 15th century.
They were rowdy,
imaginative
performances done
by laypeople and
taking place in the
open air. Mystery
plays celebrating the
birth of Jesus were linked to the story of creation,
because Christmas was also considered the feast day
of Adam and Eve. As part of the mystery play for that
day, the Garden of Eden was symbolized by a
"paradise tree" hung with fruit. The mystery plays
were banned in the 16th century because they got too
wild, but the thought is that people then took the
banned public performance into their own homes.
Early Christmas trees were called “paradise” trees and
were often hung with round pastries that were to
symbolize the Eucharist (hosts). The custom gained
popularity in Germany in the 17th and 18th centuries.
So much so that preachers were concerned that the
tree was becoming more important than the nativity
story. The Christmas tree became popular in the
English speaking world in the 19th century with the
immigration of many Germans to the United States
and Canada.
Which brings me back to my tree and a
comment I heard recently. Someone was talking about
the items they were putting on their tree and said that
the ornament was too beautiful to hang on a tree.
Which got me thinking that the same statement could
be made about Jesus – something too beautiful to
hang on a tree; the tree of the cross. The ornaments
on my Christmas tree are filled with the memories of
my life. Reminders of where I have come from. The
tree serves as a reminder of the never ending love God
has for me – which is green and bears fruit no matter
how cold I have become. God’s love…so strong that
Jesus was willing to be crucified to a tree so that I
would not have to suffer the consequences of my sin.
Two trees. A cross and an evergreen.
Reminding me, and hopefully, reminding you, that we
are loved – always.
Peace,
Fr. Damian
Third Sunday of Advent • December 13-14, 2014
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Athletic
Activities
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The Athletic Department is in need
of up to 5 volunteers to assist with
maintenance at or Sports Complex
on 84th and Fairview Roads. These
individuals will need to meet, at the
minimum, once a month to help
inspect and repair small and large
projects, along with any safety
hazards that could potentially harm
the players and families. Those of
you that are having trouble finding
volunteer hours with things that suit
your abilities, and are a handyman/
handywoman that enjoys to work
outside, then look no further,
because this is the volunteer group
for you. If interested, contact
Adam Boswell at
[email protected] or
402-619-6779.
Parish News & Notes
SACRED HEART PRESCHOOL
We have a busy week ahead! We are
looking forward to our special Advent
program on Tuesday, December 16
beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Social Level
(under the church). Children should arrive
by 6:15 p.m. All are welcome!
Parents who have chosen to schedule a conference with their child’s
teacher will meet at their scheduled time this week.
There are no preschool classes December 17 – January 2.
Enjoy these final days of Advent!
Our next H.S.A. Restaurant Night is on January 7 at Blimpies on
8029 S. 83rd Street from 3-8 p.m. Mark your calendars and come on out
for some food and fellowship. We would like to offer a special thanks to
all those who generously donated to our fund raiser and participated in our
Turkey Bingo night. We have been blessed with all the support during the
past year. Please keep it up as we start 2015.
St. Columbkille Athletics
3rd Annual Bowling Night
January 23, Papio Bowl
$30/bowler
Includes dinner
Super Hero Theme!
16 team limit- early team registration
with payment guarantees a spot.
Registration forms can be found at
www.Saint Columbkille Athletics.org
Proceeds benefit the St. Columbkille
Athletic Department.
Please support our fundraisers in
effort to keep our fees affordable!
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ADVENT BIBLE STUDY
For our Advent Bible Study this
year, we will be using a new series
from Fr. Robert Barron. The
Priest, Prophet, King Study
Program presents the Old
Testament foreshadowing of each
of Jesus’ three offices as priest,
prophet and king and then
describes how Jesus is the fulfillment of each as seen in the New
Testament.
The lessons are as follows:
1. Adoratio: Adam as Priest and The High Priest
2. Challenging False Worship: Elijah the Prophet and The Word Made
Flesh
3. Ordering the Kingdom: King David and the King of Kings
The sessions will take place in the Steinhausen Center at 9:00 a.m. or
7:00 p.m. on the first three Mondays of Advent:
December 15: Jesus the King
Each session will contain two twenty minute videos from
Fr. Robert Barron with follow-up discussions led by Fr. Damian Zuerlein.
St. Columbkille Parish
TEEN Faith News
TEEN FAITH THIS WEEK-FINALS STUDY BREAK!
Everybody needs a little stress relief this time of year! Spend some time
away from the books to get nourished and relaxed before heading back to
the grind! We’ll meet at 7:00 in the Steinhausen Center, and end at 8:30.
Bring your favorite Christmas snack or treat to share. We’ll provide the
main dish, fun, prayer, and friends-everything but textbooks!
TEEN FAITH NEXT WEEK
No meeting. Have a very Merry Christmas!
PANCAKE BREAKFAST THIS WEEKEND
All are welcome to join us for our monthly
Knights of Columbus Breakfast! Join us
December 14 from 8:00 a.m. to noon.
Come to the Social Level for delicious
pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits
and gravy and world famous omelets!
Coffee/orange juice will also be served. Our
monthly pancake breakfasts are announced
in the bulletin. Check it out!
SEAMSTRESSES AND QUILTERS NEEDED
The second graders are finished with their quilt
blocks and now it’s time to put these beautiful
keepsake quilts together! We have many
families that need help sewing. Workshops will
be held in the Social Level, on Saturday,
January 17 and Saturday, February 7, from 8:00
a.m. to noon. We would greatly appreciate your
assistance. Please bring your sewing machines
and lets get these beautiful keepsakes put together!
Contact Julie McAlpine at 402-212-5579 or
[email protected] if you can come help or if you have
questions. Thank You!
READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 14:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Nm 24:2-7, 15-17a; Ps 25:4-5ab, 6, 7bc-9; Mt 21:23-27
Zep 3:1-2, 9-13; Ps 34:2-3, 6-7, 17-18, 19, 23; Mt 21:28-32
Gn 49:2, 8-10; Ps 72:1-4ab, 7-8, 17; Mt 1:1-17
Jer 23:5-8; Ps 72:1-2, 12-13, 18-19; Mt 1:18-25
Jgs 13:2-7, 24-25a; Ps 71:3-4a, 5-6ab, 16-17; Lk 1:5-25
Is 7:10-14; Ps 24:1-4ab, 5-6; Lk 1:26-38
2 Sm 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Ps 89:2-5, 27, 29;Rom 16:25-27;
Lk 1:26-38
Please pray for all those who
have died, and especially for:
† Teresa Archer, mother of
Jean Almeida
† John Almeida, father of
Jim Almeida
May they rest in peace. May
their souls and the souls of all
the faithful departed receive the
mercy of God.
Amen.
YELLOW RIBBONS
Please pray for the following
men/women from our parish who
are now serving in war zones in
other countries:
• Sgt. Eric Stainbrook
• 1Lt. Daniel Macdonald
• Cpt. Jonathan Ruiz
PRAYER FOR OUR SOLDIERS
Heavenly Father,
Watch over our soldiers
who are fighting in harm’s way.
Set your Blessed Mother, the Saints
and all the Angels around them to
keep them safe.
Give them hope, courage and faith
as they give of themselves so
unselfishly for us.
May they be divinely protected and
guided, given peace in their hearts
And may they be brought safely
home to us. Amen.
Third Sunday of Advent • December 13-14, 2014
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STOP BY AFTER ALL THE MASSES
Community Happenings
WIDOWED, DIVORCED AND SEPARATED
Sunday, December 14
Social Level
Sample Fair Trade Coffee!
Pick up Fair Trade Gifts!
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
The death of a loved one, friend or acquaintance can be
a devastating and lonely experience. To help you
through this difficult time, St. Columbkille offers, at no
cost, Bereavement Support Group for adults. This
group allows you to share, cry and laugh together as we
remember those dear to us. It is also a time to pray and
reflect on where God is in our grief. Our next meeting
is Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Office. Please
join us. We want to be there for you. Questions or
comments, call Deacon Lauber at 402-339-3285.
ROSARY LEADERS NEEDED
You have a voice...lead the ROSARY
ONCE a month at 4:30 p.m., before
the 5 p.m. Mass on Saturdays.
Our group needs three new voices to
say our beautiful Rosary just once a
month. If you could help out, we would be very
grateful.
Please call Philip Keyser at 402-331-1135 or
E-mail [email protected] for more information.
PRAYER LINE CONTACT
The Beginning Experience Ministry to the widowed,
divorced and separated will be offering Coping with
Life Alone sessions at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, 5419 N.
114th St., Omaha on Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m.,
January 5 through February 9. The Coping Sessions are
designed to help adult individuals work through the
trauma of divorce, separation or the loss of a spouse
through death. These sessions are open to individuals
of all faiths. This peer-to-peer ministry of people caring
for people is sponsored by The Beginning Experience
Team of Omaha. Cost is $25.00. Scholarships are
available. Pre-registration is not required. For more
information, contact Kay Buhrman, Coordinator
Family Life Span & Bereavement at 402-551-9003 Ext.
1304 or visit (www.beginningexperienceofomaha.org).
DIVORCE CARE
Divorce Care, a 13 week video seminar and support
group for people experiencing divorce and separation
will be held on Thursday evening beginning January 8
through April 9 from 6:30 to 8:30 at St. Leo the Great,
1920 N. 102 Street, Omaha. DivorceCare sessions
include “Facing My Anger,” “Facing My Loneliness,”
“Depression”, “Annulments”, “New Relationships,”
“KidCare” and “Forgiveness”. Pre-registration is
requested. The cost is $20.00 and includes the seminar
workbook. Contact Kay Buhrman at 402-551-9003 Ext
1304 or email ([email protected]).
KARLY JURGENSEN CONCERT
Join us for a concert in Celebration of the Feast of the
Holy Family, Sunday, December 28 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Holy Family Shrine. Local artist, Karly Jurgensen, noted
for her work with Manheim Steamroller, will perform a
selection of holiday favorites, wedding songs, and her
own original pieces in a concert that is sure to delight
the whole family. The Celebration will continue with
Mass at 2 p.m.
Cathy Beccard
402-592-5862
or e-mail,
[email protected]).
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SAVE YOUR HY-VEE RECEIPTS
Please save your Hy-Vee receipts dated
September 1 -December 31, 2014 to earn
money for our school. You can drop off
your receipts at the school office.
St. Columbkille Parish
Parish Gifts
December 7, 2014
Budgeted Weekly Operating Costs .............. $49,700
Sunday Tithe - Collections .................................... 36,133
Sunday Tithe - Automatic Withdrawal ............... 17,893
Children’s Collection ................................................... 296
Sunday Tithe - Total......................................... $54,322
Other Collections:
Debt Reduction ............................................................ 241
St. Columbkille Education Trust ................................. 84
St. Vincent de Paul ....................................................1,072
Simplify your sacrificial giving through automatic bank
withdrawals! It’s easy, plus our parish family benefits in
many ways. Call the Parish Office, 402-339-3285 to
sign up.
ESTATE PLANNING
A good estate plan provides security for a spouse,
children and/or other family members. Every adult
should prepare and work at a balanced estate plan. Be
sure to include our parish and school in those plans.
The official bequest language to include in your will is
“I, (name) of (city, state, ZIP), give, devise, and
bequeath to St. Columbkille Catholic Church of
Papillion, Nebraska, (written amount or percentage of
the estate or description of the property) for its use and
purpose.” If you have any questions about including
the parish or the endowment in your will, please
contact Deacon David Krueger or Fr. Damian at the
Parish Office: 402-339-3285.
Religious Formation
Information
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE
402-339-0990
Monday, December 15, 5:00 to 6:15 pm
Wednesday, December 17, 5:45 to 7:00 pm
HOSPITAL STAY
If you or someone you know is in
the hospital, would you please call
the Parish Office, 402-339-3285 and
let the parish know.
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Parish
Calendar
Monday, December 15
9:00 a.m. Bible Study
9:15 a.m. Senior Exercise
5:00 p.m. Religious Formation Classes
7:00 p.m. A.O.H.
7:00 p.m. Bible Study
7:00 p.m. Theology of the Body
7:30 p.m. Prayer Group
Tuesday, December 16
9:30 a.m. Zumba
3:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal
6:30 p.m. Teach Me to Pray
7:30 p.m. RCIA
Wednesday, December 17
6:00 a.m. Yoga Fitness
9:30 a.m. Tai Chi
12:30 p.m. Bible Study
1:00 p.m. Rosary Making
5:45 p.m. Religious Formation Classes
6:30 p.m. Kindergarten Program
7:00 p.m. Teen Faith
7:00 p.m. Parish Reconciliation
Thursday, December 18
7:00 p.m. Bereavement
7:00 p.m. Legion of Mary
7:00 p.m. Boy Scouts
7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal
8:00 p.m. Finance Council
Friday, December 19
9:30 a.m. Zumba
Saturday, December 20
7:00 a.m. Yoga Fitness
9:30 a.m. Tai Chi
Sunday, December 16
7:30 p.m. TMIY
BULLETIN DEADLINE
The bulletin deadline is ten days before the issue date.
You can either e-mail your item (please type “Bulletin”
in the subject line), mail or drop off a hard copy to
Jackie in the Steinhausen Center. If you have any
questions, please call 402-592-1533.
See the bulletin and other great topics at:
(www.saintcolumbkille.org).
St. Columbkille Parish
Parish Nurse News
EATING RIGHT THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
When you occasionally skimp on meals because you're busy
shopping, wrapping, and baking, nosh on a protein-packed snack,
such as low-fat yogurt or reduced-fat cheese, to blunt your hunger
before gathering with family or friends.
At parties, pile your plate with lower-fat foods to limit high-calorie
splurges. The following top picks have fewer calories, fat, and
sodium and more fiber than other holiday fare:
• Whole grains, such as whole-wheat rolls, wild rice, and quinoa
• Shrimp, lobster, and other steamed seafood
• Plain or lightly dressed vegetables
• Meat and poultry without the gravy
• Salad greens (lightly dressed)
• Fresh fruit
Keeping in mind portion control, these seasonal favorites can offer fewer calories when you prepare them with an
artificial sweetener used in cooking, such as Splenda. Here's what they have to offer, besides calories:
1. Applesauce and apples - Heart-healthy fiber does indeed keep the doctor away. Look for unsweetened
applesauce to get the fiber without the sugar. Bake apples with the skin to get a potent flavonoid called quercitin,
which helps prevent heart disease.
2. Cheese - You get the most bone-building calcium and protein from hard cheeses.
3. Cranberry Sauce (Unsweetened) - Cranberries spell trouble for bacteria that cause most urinary tract infections.
If you like sweet cranberries, add a minimal amount of sugar, or artificial sweetener.
4. Dark Chocolate - Seventy percent dark chocolate contains the most flavonols -- helpful plant substances that
help decrease cholesterol.
5. Green Beans - Naturally low in calories, string beans are loaded with vitamin K, which helps protect your bones.
They are also a good source of vitamin C and vitamin A, but skip heavy sauces with this veggie. Try beans lightly
tossed with olive oil and lemon.
6. Nuts - Nuts are full of heart-healthy unsaturated fat, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients.
7. Pumpkin Pie - This rich orange vegetable contains carotenoids for making vitamin A in the body and fighting
free radicals. Pumpkin is also a good source of potassium and fiber. Beware: most pies are loaded with sugar.
Use artificial sweetener instead of sugar for a lower calorie dessert.
8. Yams/Sweet Potatoes - Yams offer carotenoids, potassium, vitamin C, and fiber. Candied yams are high in
sugar. Bake with a bit of brown sugar, or with artificial sweetener, for the taste without the calories.
Happy Holidays & Best Wishes to You and Your Family!
Submitted by: Natalie Mandolfo, MSN, APRN-NP
Source: Prevention.com
MORE THAN DISCIPLES
Each of today's four scriptural roles--disciple, prophet, apostle, herald--forms a facet of our life in Christ as we live it day
by day. Isaiah tells us that a prophet is anointed, as we were anointed at our baptism in water and the Spirit, to bring
glad tidings and to promote God's reign of healing, justice, and peace. An apostle, like Paul, is one who is "sent." Each
of us, in his or her own way, is sent by Christ to be a voice of rejoicing, to encourage prophetic voices in the world, and
to make sure that the work of the Spirit thrives. John the Baptist shows us the job of the herald, making the Lord's way
straight, announcing the coming of the Light of the world.
Today we also hear from Mary, model disciple. Her song, the Magnificat, shows us the world we must believe in and
work for: one in which God is praised, where God's favor is bestowed on the humble, where the hungry are filled and the
rich are sent away empty, a world that continues to know and rejoice in the mercy of God that lasts for all ages.
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Third Sunday of Advent • December 13-14, 2014
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please call the Parish Office.
182600 St Columbkille Catholic Church (B)
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Papillion, Nebraska 68046
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2 Blks. West of Washington on 6th
82ND & HARRISON
593-6100
THORPE’S BODY SHOP
Personal Injury • Medical Malpractice
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Offices conveniently located in both
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546 North Jackson, Papillion
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402-493-7221
FUCINARO
TRITZ PLUMBING INC.
“Family Owned & Operated Since 1945”
EXCAVATING CO., INC.
RANDY PENKE
Tara Heights
Apartments
Mary Kay
EARL BARNEY, D.D.S., P.C.
331-7679
106 W. 2ND ST.
PAPILLION
www.MaryKay.com/dferrara
331-2313
Parishioner and Independent Beauty Consultant
GO WITH A
PRO
John Turner
Administrator
Off: (402) 339-6010
1507 Gold Coast Rd.
Fax: (402) 339-6088
Papillion, NE 68046
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Wildlife Biologists on Staff Call (402) 339-2653
THOMPSON
ROOFING CO.
Over 50 Years of Service
Complete Roofing Specialist
• Gutter & Downspout Installation
• Residential & Commercial
733-0981
FULLY INSURED
Judy Vacek
Mike & Beth Bartels, PT • Parishioners
Postural Restoration Certified Center
“Giving You the Edge in Your Recovery”
96th & Hwy 370
402-315-3603
Edgept.com
(Parishioner)
402-658-7900
[email protected]
Blankman Services
Office Hours By Appointment
To schedule an appointment please call
Allergy, Asthma &
Immunology Associates, PC
Heating & Cooling
Phone: 306-7154
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2808 South 80th Avenue
Omaha, NE 68124
Telephone: (402) 391-1800
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Financial Advisor
146 North Washington Street
Papillion, NE 68046
402-339-0087
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331-3036
7223 S. 84th Street
LaVista, NE 68128
402-331-8550
www.bankofnebraska.com
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when buying or selling.
Huntington Park
Care Center
Committed to a Standard of Excellence in Quality Care
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4718 S. 135th St. • Omaha
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402-740-6016
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free estimates • 41 years experience
733-4100
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339-3665
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402-991-3140
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Patrick J. Sullivan
1246 Golden Gate Drive
Papillion, NE 68046
(402) 339-9550
Trusted Advice, Valued Results
Healthy Teeth
Make
Happy Kids
(402) 738-1718
www.cmscustomlawn.com
4151 S. 84th St.
Omaha, NE 68127
Dr. Greg Weeder DDS
9825 Giles Road, Suite A & B • La Vista, Nebraska 68128
www.makovickapt.com
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Incorporations, Workers’ Compensation.
Law Offices of Charles E. Dorwart
dorwartlaw.com
[email protected]
Serving Families since 1981
• Free Initial Consultation
440 Regency Parkway Drive, Ste. 139
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Office: (402) 558-1404
Fax: (402) 779-7498
182600 St Columbkille Catholic Church (A)
Residential
18 yrs.
402-339-7727
1410 E. Gold Coast Rd, Suite 700
Papillion, NE 68046
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Bathing & Personal Cares
• Companionship
• Light Housekeeping
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• Retaining Walls
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Since 1985
Jim Mislivec
402-731-2094
•
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Serving Omaha For Over 50 Years
HAWKEYE/NEBRASKA
SIDING
WINDOW & DOOR, INC.
•
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Commercial
Member
Roofing & Guttering • Commercial & Residential
Direct: 402-361-5910
Dan Koch
Mobile: 402-616-9909 Mary Morrow Jeff Henderson
402-740-2008
402-630-0852
[email protected] (Jim 2007)
IA 712-323-5126
NE 402-344-2376
802 Tara Plaza Papillion, NE 68046
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