March 6 - St. Katharine Drexel

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March 6 - St. Katharine Drexel
March 6, 2016
Fourth Sunday of Lent
Parish Information
Address................................. 119 West 7th Street, Kaukauna, WI 54130
Phone ........................................................................................ (920)766-1445
Website ............................................................................... www.skdchurch.org
Parish E-mail and for the bulletin ................... [email protected]
Parish Elizabeth Ministry E-mail ........... [email protected]
Churches and Sites
St. Francis ....................................................... 433 County Rd. CE, Kaukauna
St. Mary..................................................................119 W. 7th St., Kaukauna
Rectory........................... 134 West Ann Street, Kaukauna, WI 766-2966
Parish Office Hours
Monday -Thursday ............................................................ 8:00 AM - 4:00PM
Friday .......................................................................................8:00 AM - Noon
Parish Staff
Pastor ................................................................................. Rev. Jerome Pastors
Deacon........................................................................ Randy Haak 766-1235
Business Manager......................................................................... John Johnson
Liturgical Coordinator ................................................. Donna VandenHeuvel
Admin. Assistant .........................................................................Edie Schneider
Scrip Coordinator/Admin. Assistant ...................................Paula Huelsbeck
Cemetery ......................... Sue Zwiers (Faith Formation Office 766-5997)
Maintenance ....... Tom Kettleson, Tom Diedrich, and caring & dedicated volunteers
Faith Formation
Faith Formation Office .................................................................... 766-5997
Director of Catholic Formation .................................................... Jeff Kacala
Education/Curriculum Specialist ............................................... Susan Zwiers
Disciple Apprentice Coordinator .......................................Elizabeth Verges
Valley Area Special Needs Rel. Ed. Dir. ...............................Belinda Micke
809-4637 ([email protected])
Catholic Education
Kaukauna Catholic School System
Headmaster: Larry Konetzke (Holy Cross Campus) .................. 766-0186
St. Katharine Drexel Parish, St. Mary’s Church only has a Hearing Loop
for hearing aid users equipped with T-coils.
Mass/Liturgy Schedule
Weekend Masses:
Saturday
Sunday
Weekday Masses:
Tuesday
Wednesday
Friday
Liturgy of Word with Communion
Thursday
Holy Day:
Holy Day Vigil
Holy Day
4:00 PM
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
10:30 AM
St. Mary Church
St. Francis Church
St. Mary Church
St. Mary Church
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
St. Mary Church
St Francis Church
St. Mary Church
8:30 AM
St. Francis Church
6:30 PM
8:30 AM
St. Mary Church
St. Mary Church
Parish Prayer Chain:
♦ Claire Opsteen at [email protected]
♦ Marion Ragen (766-3618)
♦ Joyce Bruecker (766-2901)
Sacraments
Reconciliation: Saturday 9:00–10:00 AM at St. Mary church or by appt.
Baptism: Please contact the Parish Office at least 2 months prior
Marriage: Please contact the Parish Office at least 6 months prior.
Sacrament of the Sick: Call anytime 766-2966
St. Katharine Drexel Mission Statement
To continue the mission
of Jesus through
prayer, service and sharing.
FR. JERRY’S CORNER
[email protected]
Heeding the gospel call to love others, the World’s Poor collection will take place this weekend, March 5-6. Through the collection we are asked to host a combined collection for agencies that work against poverty and promote dignity in the name of the Catholic Church. The 2016 collection includes the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, Peter’s Pence, and the Catholic Relief
Services collection. Please join Pope Francis and be a witness of charity throughout the world.
In conjunction with area parishes and Habitat for Humanity, we will be invited to participate in building a home for Wilmar &
Elizabeth Reyes and their 3 children as part of Catholic Build. You will have a chance to participate in the construction of the house,
make and serve lunch, and help us raise $5,000. This is an invitation from Jesus to shelter the homeless.
The theme for this year’s Bishop’s Appeal is “Faces of God’s Mercy.” The Bishop’s Appeal is a stewardship opportunity for
each of us to reach out to thousands of people in search of Jesus’ love. Each gift supports the ministries of the Diocese of Green Bay
which serve our parishes, Catholic Schools and communities. Children in Catholic Schools and parish religious education programs
learn to know and love Jesus. Whether you consider and increase in giving or not, please accept my thanks for whatever you can give.
Our goal for the 2016 Bishop’s Appeal is $69,218. Join with me in being “Faces of God’s Mercy.”
The Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy is a remarkable occasion during which the entire Catholic Church, under the humble leadership of Pope Francis, opens wide the doors to the saving mercy of Christ. This year of mercy invites us to reflect upon the
Corporal Works of Mercy. One of them is to clothe the naked. The first thing that we think about is how we donated clothes, but that is
just the physical reality. The spiritual reality changes us to clothe ourselves and others in the dignity of God’s love. Do I clothe myself
and others in the dignity of God’s love? For what we do to the least of my brothers and sisters we do to Jesus.
If you did not receive a copy of the book entitled, “Rediscover Jesus: An Invitation” by Matthew Kelly we will have extra
copies at the entrances of churches for you to take. In Chapter 6 we are asked the question, “Do you have a really good reason not to
take Jesus at His word?” Jesus, I believe. Help me to grow out of my doubts and unbelief.
As we continue our journey through Year II of “Disciples on the Way” we will continue to focus on “Formation in Prayer
and Holiness” and recognize God’s invitation to be holy, to come, to meet Jesus, to know Jesus and to grow in faith. We will continue
to have a holy hour the First Friday of each month from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM at St. Mary church. Our next holy hour will take place
on Friday, April 1. The first weekend of the month there will be an insert with prayers that you can say individually or as a family
every day for that particular week. You can pick out a word or phrase from that prayer each day and reflect upon it.
“Mary: A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother” with Dr. Edward Sri on the first Thursday of the month, Next Session
April 7: 1:00 PM or 6:30 PM at the St. Aloysius Site. Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom with Jeff Cavins & Sarah Christmyer on the
second Thursday of the month, Next Session March 10: 1:00 PM or 6:30 PM at the St. Aloysius site. Check our website
www.skdchurch.org for further information.
Peace,
Fr. Jerry
Weekend of February 2727-28, 2016
Sharing ................................................ $ 14,628.00
Loose..................................................... $
644.97
Children Envelopes ............................. $
0.91
Maintenance ........................................ $
335.00
Heating ................................................. $
138.00
KCSS Subsidy...................................... $
90.00
The Worlds Poor ................................. $
30.00
Ash Wednesday ................................... $
25.00
Easter Flowers ..................................... $
215.00
The Bishop’s Appeal
$69,218.00
St. Katharine Drexel Parish has
raised 32,187.00 for the 2016
Bishop’s Appeal. In these try$32,187.00
from 209
ing times the needs of our surfamilies
rounding community grow and
the assistance provided by the
Appeal is needed more than ever. If you have
not yet made your commitment to this year’s
Appeal, please consider doing so in the days ahead. Your gift to
the Bishop’s Appeal will help continue the vital services, ministries and programs that help so many throughout the Diocese.
WELCOME
New parish members of St. Katharine Drexel Parish:
Alex & Laura Notz and five month old son Isaac James.
Watch for additional information on the Notz family.
We are happy to have them as members of our parish family!
Prayer for the week…
Taste and see the goodness of the Lord. Amen.
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Extra! Extra!!
You can now order scrip and have it available for pickup
on Sunday between the 8:30 and 10:30 Masses at the
St. Mary Site!! Call 766–1445 for more information and to
order yours today!
St. Katharine Drexel Parish | Kaukauna
iturgy
Rejoice!
This Sunday is the fourth Sunday
of Lent. Traditionally it is known
inistry
at “Laetare” Sunday, so called
from Donna from the first word of the Entrance
[email protected] antiphon. “Laetare” (Rejoice),
taken from the Latin translation of
Isaiah 66:10-11, sets a joyful anticipation of the Easter mystery.
Rose- colored vestments are permitted to be worn this weekend,
instruments may also be played at Mass and the altar may be
decorated with flowers. Lent is half over.
Mass Intentions
Week of March 6, 2016
&
Saturday 05
4:00 PM
Sunday 06
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
10:30 AM
Fourth Week of Lent at a glance:
Sunday, March 6
♦ Stations of the Cross according to Mary at 1:00 pm, St. Mary
Church
Monday, March 7
♦ Rosary at 11:00 am, St. Mary Church
♦ Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Reconciliation at
6:00-7:00 pm, St. Mary Church
Tuesday, March 8
Wednesday, March 9
♦ KCSS students Gr. K-4 Stations of the Cross at 2:20 pm,
Holy Cross.
♦ Deepening Session at 6:00 pm, St. Aloysius Site
Thursday, March 10
♦ Study of Acts “The Spread of the Kingdom" at 1:00 pm
and repeated again at 6:30 pm At St. Al’s
Friday, March 11
♦ KCSS students Gr. 5-8 Stations of the Cross at 8:30 am,
Holy Cross.
Saturday, March 12
♦ Reconciliation at 9:00-10:00 am, St. Mary Church.
Sunday, March 13
♦ Stations of the Cross according to Mary at 1:00 pm, St. Francis
Church
Almsgiving:
♦ Lenten Collection: Personal items for the Homeless Connection and Warming Shelter.
♦ Rice Bowl for Catholic Relief Services
Readings for the Week of March 6, 2016
Sunday: Jos 5:9a, 10-12/Ps 34:2-7/2 Cor 5:17-21/Lk 15:1-3, 11-32
Monday: Is 65:17-21/Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13/Jn 4:43-54
Tuesday: Ez 47:1-9, 12/Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9/Jn 5:1-16
Wednesday: Is 49:8-15/Ps 145:8-9, 13-14, 17-18/Jn 5:17-30
Thursday: Ex 32:7-14/Ps 106:19-23/Jn 5:31-47
Friday: Wis 2:1a, 12-22/Ps 34:17-21, 23/Jn 7:1-2, 10, 25-30
Saturday: Jer 11:18-20/Ps 7:2-3, 9-12/Jn 7:40-53
Next Sunday: Is 43:16-21/Ps 126:1-6/Phil 3:8-14/Jn 8:1-11
©Liturgical Publications Inc.
March 6, 2016 Fourth Sunday of Lent
1:00 PM
Monday 07
11:00 AM
6:00 PM
People of the Parish
Fourth Sunday of Lent
Ann Stumpf
Ruth VanTreeck
Joe & Helen Coppus
Scott & Norman Vanderloop
Gene & Rita Verhagen’s 70th
Wedding Anniversary
Raymond Baumgarten
Stations of the Cross
St. Mary
St. Mary
St. Francis
St. Mary
St. Mary
Rosary
St. Mary
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
and Reconciliation
St. Mary
Tuesday 08
8:30 AM
Sr. Mary Rose and all the defenders St. Mary
Wednesday 09
8:30 AM
George Greenwood
St. Francis
Thursday 10
8:30 AM
Liturgy of the Word with
Communion
St. Francis
Friday 11
8:30 AM
Living & Deceased members of the
Paul Schommer & DeWildt families
Martha Gorzlancyk and parents St. Mary
Saturday 12
4:00 PM
Geroge & Kathleen Greenwood
Hilaria, Melvin & Paul Gelling
and John Geiger
St. Mary
Sunday 13
Fifth Sunday of Lent
8:30 AM
People of the Parish
St. Mary
8:30 AM
Francis Kerkhof
St. Francis
10:30 AM
Michael & Louise Smith
Gene King & Don Edmonds
St. Mary
RECONCILIATION:
Saturday - 9:00 AM at St. Mary Church
It is not always possible to know who is hospitalized, living at a care facility or who
wishes to have Holy Communion brought to them at home. We are asking for your
help. If you know someone who wishes to have Holy Communion brought to them
please contact the Parish Business Office at 766-1445.
Bread & Wine Donation for the
week of March 6
is in thanksgiving of
Gene & Rita Verhagen’s
70th Wedding Anniversary
The World’s Poor collection for Peter’s Pence, Catholic Relief
(American Bishop’s Overseas Appeal) and Catholic Campaign
for Human Development is this weekend March 5-6. Envelopes
for this collection were in your March monthly packet of envelopes. Additional envelopes are available at both sites.
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Calendar of Events
SUN. Mar. 6
1:00 PM Stations of the Cross (church) (SM)
6:30 PM Bingo (SH) (SM)
MON. Mar. 7
All articles for the March 12-13, bulletin
due by noon in writing.
11:00 AM Rosary (church) (SM)
1:00 PM Walking Club (SH & café) (SM)
5:00 PM Gym Rental (gym) (SM)
6:00 PM Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
and Reconciliation (church) (SM)
6:00 PM Leaders Meeting for Pack 3104 (Rm 6E) (SA)
7:00 PM AA Group (SH) (SM)
7:00 PM Knights of Columbus Meeting (SM)
7:00 PM Radiant Light Choir Practice (church) (SM)
TUE. Mar. 8
9:00 AM - Noon Christian Community Resale Store (120 E 2nd St.)
5:30 PM
Parish Building and Grounds Meeting (PO)
6:30 PM
Boy Scout Troop 104 (SH) (SM)
6:30 PM
Pastoral Council Meeting (PO)
WED. Mar. 9
10:00 AM Walking Club (SH & café) (SM)
6:00 PM SKD Deepening Session (Whole Building) (SA)
THUR. Mar. 10
Announcements for the weekend March 5-6
Masses are due by noon in writing.
All articles for the March 19 & 20, bulletin
due by noon in writing.
1:00 PM - Noon Christian Community Resale Store (120 E 2nd St.)
1:00 PM Study of Acts “The Spread of the Kingdom” (SA)
6:30 PM Study of Acts “The Spread of the Kingdom” (SA)
6:30 PM Glory & Praise Choir Practice (church) (SM)
FRI. Mar. 11
4:30 PM Home Schoolers Closing Basketball night and
party (gym) (SM)
SAT. Mar. 12
9:00 AM - Noon Christian Community Resale Store (120 E 2nd St.)
SUN. Mar. 13
1:00 PM Stations of the Cross (church) (SF)
6:30 PM Bingo (SH) (SM)
7:00 PM Confirmation Class (YR) (SA)
**Site Codes
SA - St. Al Campus
SF - St. Francis Campus
SM - St. Mary Campus
**Room Code
PO - Parish Office
SH - Social Hall
café - cafeteria
PC - Parish Center
RM#-Classroom
YR-Youth Room
Winter & Spring Schedule for the Brown County Book Mobile.
The Brown County Book Mobile will be at the
St. Francis parking lot, 431 Cty. CE, Hollandtown
Tuesday, Mar. 15, Apr. 19, and May 17 from 4:30 to
6:30 pm.
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Kaukauna Social Concerns Committee
We need new members from St. Katharine Drexel parish to help
with collections taken during the year, the Warming Shelter, the
Rose Sale on Mothers Day and anything else we are interested in
doing for this parish and the community of Kaukauna. We work
with Holy Cross and St. Paul's Elder Services. Our Meetings are
the last Monday of the month at 6:00 pm at St. Paul's - Haen
Room August - April. Right now we need help selling Roses on
Mothers day weekend at St. Mary's and St. Francis. If anyone
would like to volunteer for one of the masses, call Carol Cappaert at 766-7196. You don't have to join the committee to volunteer. Thank you!
Thank you St. Katharine Drexel Parish for your
GENEROSITY to Loaves and Fishes. Total brown
bag collection from February 27-28, Masses was 80
bags. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped with
getting the bags from the three sites to Loaves and Fishes.
Walking Club!!!!
Only four weeks left! Hoping for nice weather and dry sidewalks.
Come walk with us on Monday from 1:00 to 2:00 PM
and Wednesdays from 10:00 to 11:00 AM. Held in the
social hall and cafeteria at the St. Mary’s site. We walk
around the outer walls and through the halls.
ALL are welcome!
Bingo!
Progressive Jackpot is $915.75
Sunday, Mar. 6, 13, 20, April 3, 10, 17 and 24.
Social Hall – St. Mary Site
Doors open 5:00 PM - Bingo Starts at 6:30 PM
St. Katharine Drexel Parish | Kaukauna
Kaukauna Catholic School System
Catholic Formation
766-5997
skdcatholicformation.weebly.com
St. Katharine Drexel-Kaukauna
Vacation Bible School 2016 will be
held July 25th - 29th here at St.
Katharine Drexel. You will not want
to miss all the fun, excitement and
faith experiences that VBS2016 has to
offer. Keep your eyes and ears open
for participant signup coming soon!
Our leadership team is now
forming! We have openings for members of the planning
committee, decorating crew, station leaders and crew leader
guides. If you would like to be a part of all the fun, simply give
Jeff a call in the Catholic Formation Office (766-5997).
www.kcssonline.org / 766-0186
Larry Konetzke, Headmaster
KCSS Classroom Corner
Kaukauna Catholic School System-Middle School Students
Second Quarter Honor Roll 2015 – 2016
8th Grade High Honors: Clare Cops, Kayla Corbeille, Gabriel
Jansen, Veronica Micke, Alexis Schumacher, Vanessa
Uitenbroek, Emily Van De Hey, Taylor Van De Hey, Alexis
Welhouse. 7th Grade High Honors: Emma Eggleston, Elizabeth Estermann, Collin Fritsch, Cole Hammen, Peyton
Johnsrud, Kathryn Ortner, Gideon Patzner, Kristen Van Dyke.
6th Grade High Honors: Jakob Brockman, William Campbell,
Timothy Cops, Samantha Hansen, Miranda Paltzer, Norah
Schaefer, Brady Schmidt, Eve Van De Hey, Owen Van
Helvoirt, Abigail Van Elzen. 8th Grade Honors: Alyssa Bowers. 7th Grade Honors: Brynn Mc Daniel, Thomas Tetzlaff,
Marc Utrie, Courtney Vande Hey. 6th Grade Honors: Ashton
Mc Glone, Charles Nushart.
Register Now for the 2016-2017 School Year!
(Preschool – Grade 8) For More Information call (920) 766-0186
www.kcssonline.org
Confidential Tuition Assistance is Available
Just-5-days 2016 is coming soon!
Our popular mission experience for middle school youth will
be held June 20-24 here in Appleton. Middle school youth currently in grades 6-8 are invited to join us for a week of fun, service and Catholic Social Teaching.
We have a few spots still available for this year’s trip. Parents and youths are invited to contact Elizabeth (766-1445) in
the Catholic Formation Office for more information.
Our 2016 Young Neighbors in Action Mission Experience is
headed to Winnebago, Nebraska from July 9th - 17th. Come
and join an amazing group of teens and adults in the premier
youth mission experience. Contact Elizabeth (766-1445) in the
Catholic Formation Office for more information.
$12,500 Matching Fund Update!! There is an additional
$2,000 donor added to the matching fund!!!
(Total so far $2,450 Thank You!!)
We are working to raise funds to cover the additional costs of
new classical textbooks, consumable materials and workshops
for our teaching staff, advertising, etc.
Please consider helping us meet our goal by May 1st!!
Some Employers Will Match Your Donation. Will Yours?
Make Checks Payable to: KCSS Cash & Credit Card Payments
Welcome!
Mail To: Kaukauna Catholic School System, 220 Doty Street,
Kaukauna, WI 54130
Questions? Call (920) 759-9290 [email protected]
KCSS Story Hour (for Ages 2-5) Wednesday, March 9th 2p.m.3p.m. (Second Wednesday of each Month through May)
KCSS-Preschool Room-Please call to register (920)766-0186
(No charge for Story Hour) Walk-ins and siblings are always
welcome!
KCSS Athletic Association-Men’s Open Basketball
Tournament April 1, 2, 3 and April 8, 9, 10
Adoration
Mustard Seeds…
Lack of punctuality is a disregard for the value of another person's time, and thus, a lack of charity.
(From Matthew Kelly)
Pass this along to a friend.
March 6, 2016 Fourth Sunday of Lent
Did you know that Elizabeth Ministry Retreat and
Resource Center has adoration in its Visitation Chapel
every Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00 am to
2:00 pm? We'd love for you to join us in adoring our
Lord. Located at 120 W 8th St, Kaukauna WI 54130.
For questions, please call Belinda at (920) 766-9380.
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$crip $cuttlebutt!
766-1445 or [email protected]
Fourteen days until spring!!! Hearing that is music to
my ears! Even though it has been a mild winter I am so ready
for it to be over! I’m starting to stock up on all the scrip you
will need for your spring planting and your summer do it yourself projects! And if you are tackling a big project, we can
order large amounts of scrip! So people build those sheds and
garages!!!
Local Scrip Merchant of the Week
Kaukauna Vacuum & Sewing Center and
KK Sew & Vac II
“Sew, you’re in need of a part for your sewing machine or vacuum? We offer expert repair for your vac or sewing machine!
We have a wide selection of new and used vacuums, sewing
machines, embroidery machines, surgers, and much more.
Come on in and see for yourself.”
Retailers of the Week!
We proudly stock Cousin’s Subs and Culvers!
Scrip Hours at St. Katharine Drexel Parish Office
M to Thurs 8 to 12 & 1 to 4, Fri 8 to12
**Limited inventory is also offered at
St. Francis Site following the 8:30 am Sunday Mass.
Pre-order pick-up between the 8:30 am and 10:30 am Masses at St. Mary. Wednesday night (during faith formation
classes) between 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm at the St Al’s site.
Community Christian Resale Store
120 Second Street
Store hours are Tuesday & Saturday
from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon and
Thursday from 1:00-3:00 pm
Our Parish Fest will be on Sunday, July 10th. The General Store and the Community Christian Resale Store are one and
the same. The same is true with where the profits and proceeds
go. If you have items only for the Parish Fest saved in boxes for
the Parish Fest only and want them out of your home we will
store them. Any questions please call Sue VanNuland (766-2974).
Thursday afternoons have been working out well for
people, so we have decide to continue our Thursday afternoons
from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.
God Bless you all! Sue VanNuland
KCSS RAFFLE CALENDAR WINNERS
02/22
02/23
02/24
02/25
02/26
02/27
02/28
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Charlene Narance #292
GreenBay $20
Dave & Vicky VanDeHey #1001
KAU $20
Jerome Kern #899
KAU $20
Sue Russo #1033
APP $20
Loaves & Fishes Pantry #1095
KAU $20
Lindsay & Clance Catlin #903 Sherwood $20
Larry Konetzke #987
Menasha $25
Sunday
AREA EVENTS
Adult Grief Ministry Group Spring Sessions: Please join us at St.
Mary’s in Greenville for a 4 week adult grief support group. This group is
for adults who have lost a loved one and are seeking support from our
Catholic community. We will be meeting Thursdays March 10, 17, 31
and April 7. Meetings will be held in the St. Mary Library following the
6:30 pm Mass from 7:15 -8:30 pm. Please mark your calendars and
come join us for good company and support in your grief journey. For
more information, call or email the parish office at 757-6555 ext. 205 or
[email protected]
2016 Man Camp: Embark on a life-changing expedition. Discover a
renewed appreciation for God and His works through the vigor and vitality of the great outdoors! Led by Jim VandeHey, Father Dan Schuster, and
the "Man Camp" team, this event is for all men. Boys 12 years and older
accompanied by their father, grandfather, or male legal guardian also may
attend.
• Location: Camp Tekakwitha, W5248 Lake Dr, Shawano,
54166 WI, Date: Friday, March 18 6:00 p.m. through Saturday, March 19 5:00 p.m.
• REGISTER TODAY: Download Man Camp
flyer/registration form and mail in with payment, print a
list of Man Camp essentials and a schedule for the retreat
weekend. Cost:$35 for men ages 18 and up / $10 for boys
between the ages of 12 and 17.
• Questions? Contact Maria at [email protected] or
920-272-8276 or Joe Tremblay at 920-272-8313.
Adoption of Northeastern Wisconsin: Ours Through Adoption of
Northeastern Wisconsin is presenting its 31st Annual Adoption Conference on the St. Norbert College campus in De Pere, WI on Saturday,
March 19, 2016. This conference features workshops for children (ages 9
-18) who were adopted, adoptive parents, and anyone considering adoption. For more information, contact OURS at [email protected] or call 920-435-2626. Visit our website at:
www.oursthroughadoption.org for additional information and registration.
In 1848, Father Theodore Van den Broek accompanied
three boatloads of Dutch immigrants to Little Chute to begin a
new life. Entire families carrying everything they owned arrived
after a difficult 8 week journey by sea. Many of these families
traveled further and settled into what is now Hollandtown. The
Little Chute Windmill stands in celebration of their contribution
to the Dutch heritage in surrounding communities.
Would you consider providing a
portion of your time to this remarkable
monument of Dutch history? The Little
Chute Windmill is in need of Greeters,
Tour Guides and Millers for the upcoming
season. For more information, stop by the
windmill between 2pm-6pm on Wednesday, March 9. Or contact Debby Van
Boxtel, Executive Director, at 920-788-2629 or [email protected]
St. Katharine Drexel Parish | Kaukauna
Catholic Build
In conjunction with seven
other Catholic Parishes
Meet the
Me
Wilmar & dina Reyes Family
:
Elizabeth
$5000. childr
and their
en: Thom
as 9, Marie
and Aliss
liz 6,
on 4 .
Volunteer Opportunities:
♦ Tuesday, March 23, 2016, 7:45 am to 4:00 pm
3 Volunteers needed to install beam & still plates
♦ Tuesday, April 26, 2016, 7:45 am to 4:00 pm
6 Volunteers needed to do ceiling rock
♦ Saturday, May 14, 2016, 7:45 am to 4:00 pm
5 Volunteers needed to paint
A group of volunteers to make and serve lunch
Build site: 322 Washington Ave, Neenah, WI 54956
SIGN UP SATURDAY & SUNDAY IS FEBRUARY 26 & 27
If interested in volunteering or have any questions please contact:
Sue Zwiers at 766-5997 or via email [email protected] or Pat Ryan at 766-1661
March 6, 2016 Fourth Sunday of Lent
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Lenten Regulations:
Pull Out Page for Refrigerator
1. Catholics who have celebrated their 14th birthday are to abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday and all
Fridays in Lent including Good Friday.
2. In addition to abstaining from meat, Catholics who have celebrated their 18th birthday, until they celebrate their 59th birthday, are to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Those who are bound to this
regulation may only eat one full meal. Two smaller meals are permitted if necessary to maintain
strength according to one’s needs, but eating solid foods between meals is not permitted.
Ash Wednesday Services:
February 10, 2016
8:30 AM
12:10 PM
6:30 PM
St. Mary
St. Mary
St Francis Site
Reconciliation Services:
Thursday, February 11
Thursday, March 3
Thursday, March 16
Thursday, March 17
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:30 PM
2:00 PM
St Clare, Wrightstown
Holy Cross, Kaukauna
St. John’s, Little Chute
Holy Spirit, Kimberly
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Reconciliation:
Mondays: February 15
22
29
March 7
14
21
SFC
SMC
SFC
SMC
SFC
SMC
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Stations of the Cross: Sundays at 1:00 PM
February 14 SFC
21 SMC
28 SFC
March 6 SMC
13 SFC
20 SMC
Almsgiving (Lenten Collection)
Rice Bowls: Catholic Relief Services (crs.org)
Personal Care Items: For the Homeless Connection and the
Warming Shelter
Little Black Books (adult’s) & Purple Books (children's)
Miscellaneous Publications: located on the tables in church
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