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SS. JOJ{Wel (BP/RJf}lCJ((]) P}l1?JSJ{ June 10 et 11, 2006
St. John Church, Columbus at Catalpa
(cBenton J{ar6or :MI)
St. Bernard Church, Delaware at Ogden
PARISH MISSION STATEMENT: "To grow as a Catholic community, united by the Holy Spirit, living our
faith in Jesus Christ and sharing God's truth and love with aU people.
Suuday Masses: Saturday (at St. Bernard's) 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 am (St. John's)
11:00 am (St. Bernard's)
(Sunday Mass is tape-delayed
broadcast on radio WHFB, 1060
AM, at 10:30 am)
Confessions: (at St. Bernard's)
Saturday 3:30-4:45 pm
and anytime by request.
Sacraments for the Sick: Notify the pastor of those who are in the hospital or homebound, so they may receive the Sacraments. Baptisms: Arrange with the pastor. Marriages: Meet with the pastor at least six months before the wedding date. New Parishioners: Please register by calling the rectory or by stopping in the office. Prayer Line: To request prayers, call 927-1810,983-7865 or 983-2930 Offertory Gifts: Call Grace Guardino (925-9929) or Shirley Vorres (926-8602) St. Bernard's Hall
St. Johu's Hall
925-9644
925-9037
Sisters' Convent:
926-6483
Parish Office - 925-2425
Fax # 925-4678
600 Columbus Avenue, Benton
Harbor, 49022
Pastor, Fr. Bill Jacobs
("Father BiU") ext. 12
[email protected]
Associate Pastor, Fr. Bogdan
Werra
Lake Michigan Catholic Schools
Contact Information
John Berlin
Executive DirectorlMiddle-High
School Principal
Secretary, Marcia Grover ext. 10
[email protected]
Wayne Stefanich
Middle-High School Assistant
Principal! Athletics Director
Admin. Asst., Ron Jennings ext. 11
Cindy Payovich
Director, Business Services
Deacon Couple:
AI & Rocki Lazaga (H) 926-2822
[email protected]
Cell 1-269-861-0019
Catholic Community Center
(Sr. Rita & Sr. Mary)
346 Catalpa BH
926-6424
The Readiness Center
(Sr. Paulita & Sr. Sharon)
347 Catalpa BB
926-4084
Parish Council Dan Fitzgerald Mary Ann Hinz Nancy Johns Ed Nickel Sue Radenbaugh Bill Shine Tom Strzyzykowski Finance Council Brad Bryan Dick Garlanger Frances Piggott Ed Nickel Kris Nuter Jack O'Brien Dave Simaz MiddlelHigh School
& Business Office
915 Pleasant St.
St. Joseph, MI 49085
269-983-2511
Jody Maher
Principal, Elementary School
3165 Washington
St. Joseph, MI49085
269-429-0227
Catholic Community Education Commission Members Rev. Msgr. Thomas Martin Fr. William Jacobs Dave Boelcke Rusty Cutter William Grover Deb Hermann Paul Maloney Dolores Landeck Mason Tony Monte Kris Nuter Sheila Zellmer Diocesan Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Frank Wipple
Knights of Columbus
(contact person)
William Grover
876-2559
SSe JOHN & BERNARD PARISH -- BENTON HARBOR., MI LITURGIES FOR THE WEEK:
Sat., 61105:00 pm (B) Fr. Bill Jacobs & Family by Virginia Sivacek
Sun., 6/11 9:00 am (1) Joan Romeo 'V' by the Romeo Family
11:00 am (B) Bernard Wasmer 'V' by Geraldine
Cunningham
Mon., 6/12 5:30 pm (J) Ed & Jean Kroll t by Georgiana Conrad
Tue.,6/13 8:00 am (1) Jeff Sass t by Doris Waldo
Wed., 6/14 5:30 pm (B) Brian Kent Allen t by Fr. Bill
Thu., 6/15 9:00 am (B) Our Parish
Fri., 6116 8:00 am (1) Ted Domanski * by Clara Quardokus
Sat.,6/17 8:00 am (B) Bill Baumant by His Children
5:00 pm (B) Ralph Zenner t by the Zenner Family
Sun.,6/11 9:00 am (1) Catherine Capoccia, Bernice & Donald
Phelan 'V' by E. & L. Phelan
11:00 am (B) Janis Smith t by Ray & Sharon Humes
OTHER OPPORTUNITIES FOR PRAYER Fri., 8:30 am - 6:00 pm (1) Eucharistic Exposition * = Death Anniversary .. = Deceased
FLOWERS in front of the altar at St. Bernard's are in memory of
Pam Cianelli from Virginia Sivacek.
PRAY FOR OUR SICK: Charlie Beland, Lori Cook, Mary
Gagnard, Anna Gober, Marie Hicks, Sr. Vivian Karas, Jim Kehrer,
Lucinda Kuykendall, Nino Mammina, Helen Jean Mayer, Josephine
Naylor, Justin Peachey, Eddy Quardokus, George Romeo, Sass
family, John Sedon, Mary Shine, Chris Sineni, Theresa Stokes,
Robert Tibbitts, Sr., Adam Tilly, Bob Van Horn, Linda Wallenfang,
Frances Wiet, Bob Williams, Ed and Lobby Woodfin and Rosalie
Wright.
Our Offering of Tbanks to God last weekend:
L
Adult envelopes: (353 of 674) $ 14,705.54
39.10
Student envelopes: (21)
879.32
Loose offering:
$ 15,623.96
49 Week Average: $ 14,388.84
Needed to make weekly budget: $ 13,750.00
49 Week over budget to date: $ 31,303.44
From the desk of t he Pastor:
My Dear Friends in Christ!
Today we celebrate the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity - a
celebration that challenges us to consider God, who God is, and what
role God plays in our lives. Are we followers of Jesus Christ or
merely admirers? Does our belief in God make any difference in how
we live?
As believers, we must mold our behavior and lives around our
faith in Jesus Christ. We must express our commitment and love to
others because of our commitment and love for God. In our lives, we
have three separate experiences of God: God as Father, God as
Word, and God as the unity of the Church. The Father who sent His
Son also sent the Holy Spirit; we have in our hearts the presence of
the Trinity: God's unfailing, enduring, and undying love. "It don 'I
get any better than that ... "
Our real work in life is to change "if' to "since", (i.e. not "if
you love me, but "since" you love me.) Then the commandment to
love and serve will be easy for us to obey.
K.D.S.A. 2005: We just received our semi-final totals from last
year's drive. We exceeded our goal by a total of$21,079.00, which
will be refunded to our Parish - some additional funds may as yet be
received at the Diocese. Thanks for your always, generous response
to this noble cause.
K.D.S.A. 2006: As we continue our follow-up process, we are rapidly
approaching $100,000.00 in pledges for this year's drive. As of this
writing, 434 families have pledged a grand total of $94,599.42.
"As your Pastor. J can 'I begin to thank you enough {or your
generous response to this worthwhile cause. "
OTHER ITEMS:
I. Ground-breaking for the SS John-Bernard Parish Center is set for
12:15, Sunday, July 2 after the 11:00 Mass. A reception will follow.
Please plan to join us for this historic occasion in our wonderful
Parish History! Construction will actually begin several days later, on
Wednesday, July 5.
2. NOW HEAR TIllS!! The weekend of June 18 will feature two
special celebrations for our Parish:
(a) At the II :00 Mass, Fr. Bogden Werra will be celebrating his
25 th Anniversary Jubilee Mass at St. Bernard's Church. A reception
in the social hall will follow this important milestone in Fr. Werra's
Priesthood. Do plan to stop by to offer Fr. Werra best wishes and
congratulations!
(b) At 1:00 pm that same afternoon, Mr. Ron Demblowski will
be honored at a special reception at the Rose Center, adjacent to St.
Joseph's Church. Ron has served our bi-parish community faithfully
for some 29 years. He is retiring and moving to be near his aging
parents. Do plan to stop by to offer congratulations to Ron for his
many, many years of dedicated service.
3. Fr. Wieber's Retirement: One of my brother Priests, Fr. Donald
Wieber of St. Joseph's Parish in Watervliet is retiring on June 30
after 49 years as a Priest of the Diocese of Kalamazoo. Fr. Wieber
has assisted us on many occasions for Communal Penance Services,
and has also played an important role at Lake Michigan Catholic. We
salute his dedication to God, his service to the Church, and wish him
many years of relaxing and enjoyable retirement. A reception for him
is being hel<,i on Sunday, June 25, noon to 3:30 at the St. Joseph's
Church Hall.
4. Msgr. Thomas Martin: As you may have noticed in the "Diocesan
Good News", Msgr. Thomas Martin, currently Pastor at our Sister
Parish in St. Joseph, will become the Rector of the Cathedral in
Kalamazoo, effective September I. We congratulate Msgr. Martin on
his new position and wish him God's Blessings always in this new
and challenging position. We also thank him for his two wonderful
years of service to our Bi-Parish Community. Msgr. Michael Osborn,
currently on assigrunent in Rome, will be the Pastor of St. Joseph's
Parish, effective September I. Many of you have met Msgr. Osborn,
then Father Osborn, as he subbed for me the last two New Year's
weekends here at SS. John-Bernard's.
"God never infringes or burglarizes the human will. He may long to
come in and help, bUI He will never cross the 'picket line' ofour
unwillingness!"
Truly yourj> in Christ! Fr. Bill Jacobs, Pastor, SS John & Bernard Parish THE MOST DOLY TRINITY JUNE 11 2006
A FAMILY PERSPECTIVE: Even though the apostles
"doubted" Jesus still gave tbem a clear mission. It is nonnal
that child;en will doubt their parents. Like Jesus in today's
gospel, parents must be clear about their expectations .. Cla~ity
is a gift we give our children; doubt is a search for direction
and tbe first step to insight.
BRIDGES: Widows and Widowers will meet on Sunday,
June 25, 3:00 pm at St. Bernard's. After our meeting, we will
select a restaurant, and those who would like to, will go out
for dinner (dutch treat). The meeting are always better when
YOU come. Please call Terry Wallis, 463-5774, to let her
know you care coming.
FR. LEO A. T AUBITZ is celebrating the 50th Anniversary
of his Ordination. Bishop James A. Murray will preside over
a Mass on Sunday, June 25 at 11 :30 am at Holy Maternity of
Mary Church in Dowagiac. A dinner will immediately follow
Mass at the Dowagiac Elks Lodge #889. Seating is limited, so
reservations are required. For more information or to make
reservations, lease call 269-445-0999.
THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY CENTER would like
some wood chips and/or straw for the Community Garden.
Please contact Sr. Mary if you have any to donate.
FUNERAL LUNCHEON DISHES at St. Bernard's are in
the ball, at St. John's are in the kitchen - Please pick yours
up.
Liturgical Ministers' schedule for June 17 & 18:
Lector
5 pm D. Carter
Commentator
C. Quardokus
9 am J. Stouffer
B. Grover
II am P. Quattrin
O. Mileski
Servers
T. Grover, A. Phillips,
C. Vojtko
T. Hamilton, D. Sirk,
P. Nuter
S. Copi, r. Holbert,
P. Brunner
Extraordinary Ministers of Communion:
5 pm: J. Basly, R Fish, P. Peterson, R Laz.aga, Sr. Paulita,
R Lucker, M. Grover
9 am: K. & B. Boyle, R & S. Vorres, G. Gaunder, C. Taylor,
T. Wallis, B. Williams
II am: H. Molter, M. Schueneman, S. Thompson, M. McDonough,
~ings, A. & A. Takacs, S. Siriano, N. Campau
Greeters
Bob & Ryan G1eissner
Nursery Volunteers for June 18:
9:00 am - Sherri Christensen d& Jackie Forestieri
II :00 am - Betsy Langbo & Lisa Clancy
K OF·C CORNER:
61.18/ ; ·UtJl Annual K ofC Soup Kitchen Gol f Outing
6/i~'
C
. y Rosary & Social Night, st. Bernard's, 7:00 pm
7/5 . ~ •. . -gular Business Meeting and Installation of Officers
i . .,
.
after 5:30 Mass. Potluck to follow.
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY CENTER: Personal items are
needed. Next weekend, please bring toilet paper, deodorant,
dish detergent and laundry detergent.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: Still plenty of volunteer
opportunities available! Join the Habitat Crew this summer as
either part of the construction crew or in food service. Build
dates: July 18, 19,20 and 22. Volunteer as little or as much
as your schedule permits. Please contact Linda and Ed
Wendholt,429-6895.
ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC Church is hosting a blood drive
on Friday, June 23, noon - 5:45 pm, at 5353 Roosevelt Rd,
Stevensville. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the
Women's Ministry. Call 429-4570 if you would like to make
an appointment for blood donation time. You must have
photo ID or donor card to donate.
50" WEDDING ANNIVERSARY - Diocesan Celebration.
Those celebrating 50 years this year, please can the rectory by
15 JUly.
FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI, Sunday, June 18 after the
II :00 am Mass. A joyous celebration at 3 outdoor altars for the reading of the Gospels, song and prayer. A procession to: 1) The Outdoor Stations, 2) The Bell Tower, and 3) The Grotto, will be lead by Fr. Werra with the Monstrance. ADOPTION ORIENTATION meetings are being scheduled
on a monthly basis for couples interested in infant Adoption
througb Catholic Social Services/Catholic Family Services in
Kalamazoo. We especially bave need for families willing to
parent an infant of a minority group and/or infants with some
mild special needs. Please contact Anna Starr at 269-381­
1234 for more information.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE <R.E,O.l Pbone: 983-7797, Fax: 983-7798 E-Mail: [email protected] 220 Church St., St. Joseph, MI 49085 Ron Demblowski, Director - Ruth Shuler, Secretary ADULT CATECHETICAL TEAM NOMINATIONS: The
Adult Catechetical Team is. currently seeking new members.
The Team is made up of parishioners from the two parishes.
For more infonnation or to join the Team, please contact Ron
Demblowski at the R.E.O.
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