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  • “Good St. Joseph, Pray For Us”

    St. Joseph Red Lake Falls

    St. Joseph Brooks

    Weekend Mass Times St. Joseph RLF

    Saturday 5:30 pm Sunday 10 am

    St. Joseph Brooks Sunday 8 am

    Staff Fr. Bob Schreiner, Pastor

    frschreiner@go2joseph.org Dcn. John Bruggeman, Deacon

    deacon@go2joseph.org Sherry Knott, Music/

    Faith Formation Coordinator sherry@go2joseph.org

    Teresa Schafer, Bookkeeper teresa@go2joseph.org Deb Peterson, Secretary

    deb@go2joseph.org

    Parish Office Hours 9 am-3 pm Monday-Thursday

    Phone 218.253.2188 112 Edward Ave-PO Box 400 Red Lake Falls, MN 56750

    www.go2joseph.org

    July 8, 2018– 14th Sunday in Ordinary

    Last week I went down to the cities to visit my son, Steven. We bought tickets

    to the Dakota Jazz Club. I was so proud of my “small town” son who whisked us

    in and out of traffic and got us safely into downtown Mpls. My heart was happy to

    see him confidently locate a parking garage on 10th Ave. just down the street from

    the Dakota.

    We arrived about a half hour before the box office opened so we had some time to

    walk along Nicollet Ave. There was a Starbucks on the corner of 10th and Nicol-

    let, so we purchased a coffee, sat down at one of the tables on the sidewalk and

    “people watched”.

    I soon noticed a man slumped over in a wheel chair sitting right on the corner

    of 10th and Nicollet. He wasn’t moving and I got a little worried about him. He

    was dangerously close to the street and I was nervous that he might roll right out

    into traffic. I asked my son if we should do something for this poor man, he said

    that the man was probably homeless and that we should leave him be. Others were

    concerned as well, as the crowds walked by they would stop and look at him to see

    if there was anything they could do.

    There was a group of young girls sitting at the table next to us and I could hear

    them talking, they were just as concerned as us. Just as we were about to get up

    and go for help, several police officers came along and one of them went to the

    man, touched his shoulder (and to my joy he woke up! Phew he was alive!) They

    asked the man if he needed help and told him that several people were worried

    about him. One officer went into the Starbucks and brought him a glass of water.

    The officers left and I noticed several people stopping to give the man money. I

    thought, Praise the Lord, now this dear man will get food and shelter.

    It was time for the box office to open, my son and I got up from our table and

    headed to the Jazz Club, as we walked by the man in the wheelchair, I heard him

    talking to a passerby, he was handing the man some of his gifted money and ask-

    ing him to go buy him a “bottle”! I was irate! This man was surrounded by people

    who were just waiting to help him, he had resources all around him to make his

    life better. But in the end, what did he want? Alcohol. A band aid for his prob-

    lems. An escape. He didn’t want a solution, he didn’t want a way to make his life

    better, he was holding on to his suffering with both hands shut tight.

    This man in the wheelchair reminded me of some Christians I know, who hang

    on to their pain, fear, despair, loneliness, depression, with both hands clenched as

    tight as they can. When all around them is the love of Jesus Christ, just waiting to

    take all the suffering away! Jesus is our courage and our strength. He is our pur-

    pose our friend and companion. Open your arms and run to Him today!

    Sherry Knott

  • This Week: July 9—July 15, 2018

    Monday, July 9 Feast of St. Augustine Zhao Rong Hos 2:16, 17b-18, 21-22; Mt 9:18-26 Parish Office Closed 8:00 am Reconciliation—RLF 8:30 am Mass—RLF †Jeannette Ste. Marie by Ken & Patti Ste. Marie Family 3:00—9:00 pm Adoration—RLF Tuesday, July 10 Feast of St. Benedict Hos 8:4-7;, 11-13; Mt 9:32-38 9:00 am—9:00 pm Adoration in RLF Wednesday, July 11 Hos 10:1-3, 7-8, 12; Mt 10:1-7 6:00 pm Reconciliation-RLF 6:30 pm Mass—RLF †John Getzin by Linus & Bev Schmitz Thursday, July 12 Hos 11:1-4, 8c-9; Mt 10:7-15 8:00 am Reconciliation-Brooks 8:30 am Mass—Brooks †John Paradis by Francis & Ann Perreault 11:00 am-1:00 pm Parish Office Closed Friday, July 13 Feast of St. Henry Hos 14:2-10; Mt 10:16-23 8:00 am Reconciliation—RLF 8:30 am Mass-RLF †Dick Radniecki by Kevin & Deb Amiot Family 9:00 am– 9 pm Adoration—RLF Saturday, July 14 Feast of St. Kateri Tekakwitha Is 6:1-8; Mt 10:24-33 8:00 am Adoration —Brooks 5:00 pm Reconciliation—RLF 5:30 pm Mass in RLF †Kathleen Amiot by Mike & Marjorie LaCoursiere Sunday, July 15 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time Am 7:12-15; Eph 1:3-14; Mk 6:7-13 7:30 am Reconciliation in Brooks 8:00 am Mass in Brooks Pro Populo 10:00 am Mass in RLF †Russell Miller by the Walski Family

    Thursday, July 12th, the parish office will be closed from 11:00 am—1:00 pm.

    Church Support for the Week of July 1, 2018 — RLF

    Brooks

    July 14-15, 2018

    5:30 pm MASS in RLF Hospitality: Tony LaCrosse / Pete Hagl Servers: Subs Readers: 1) Mary Derosier 2) Bella Amiot Communion: John & Joanne Covlin / Bev Philion Sacristan: John & Joanne Covlin

    8:00 am MASS in Brooks Hospitality: Brian Paradis / Ray Fisher Greeters: Bernie & Jill DeHate Servers: Eric Gieseke / Will Gieseke Reader: Clarence Gagner Communion: Mike & Sandy Greenwald / Sharon Riendeau / Pam Gieseke / Barb Schmitz Counters: Pam Gieseke / Pam Paradis Sacristan: Deb Champagne Coffee & Rolls: Rodney & Jody Duden

    10:00am MASS in RLF Rosary Leader (9:30) Mary Ann Benoit Hospitality: Al Remick / MaKenzie & Carter Wil- liams / Doug Derosier Servers: Jacob & Grace Harmoning Readers: 1)Susan Harmoning 2) Hallie Harmoning Communion: Warren Malwitz / Jim & Theresa Schmitz / JoAnn Derosier / Heidi Nelson Sacristan: Terry & Linda Nelson Homebound: Dan & Mary Lou Schmitz

    Next Groups to Serve: Brooks: St. Mary’s Group Red Lake Falls: Group #8

    Ministry Schedule

    Offertory $4,192.00

    Building $195.00

    Rel. Education $97.00

    OND $50.00

    Ret. Priest $125.00

    Peter’s Pence $50.00

    YTD $228,022.93

    Offertory $799.00

    Ret. Priests $50.00

    Bldg. $28.00

    YTD $52,538.92

  • Please pray for- Sarah (Olson) Talle, Susan Olson, Jannelle Knott, Sr. Lucille Schafer, Sr. Evelyn Strei, Hunter Vatthauer, Larry Olson, Doug Peterson, Les Arlt, Vern Gagnon, Marty Hogenson, Mary Ann Schafer, Tim Novak, Larry Schafer, Gerald Hoff, Dick & Grant Gunderson, Katsuko Fukasawa,

    Cecilia Pettit, Emma Kees, Jordyn Knott, Leona Hofius, Joan Gould, Del Determan, Bonnie Olson, Carol Proulx, Tom Schmitz, Tim Guillemette, Debbie Benoit, Sharon (Loeffler) Bredemeier, Meloni Rasmussen, John St. Marie, Dale Parantala, Roger Thibert, Francis Perreault, Pete Han- son, Sally Custer, Clare Bruggeman, Jo Lyne LaChance, Jack LaCrosse, our Military, retired priests and all receiving the prayer blankets made by our Sewing Angels. Blankets are available in both parishes for you to pass along to those you know who need prayers. Names to this list are added at the request of the individual or by family on behalf of the individual. The name remains on the list unless and until we are contacted and told to take it off.

    www.go2joseph.org

    News and Notes

    Catholic Daughters Court St. Cecilia #2025 Breakfast - July 29, 2018

    Serving from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm Serving: Biscuits & Gravy, Scrambled Eggs, Beverages at St. Joseph Holy Fam- ily Center. Free Will Offering. All proceeds will go

    toward various charities.

    MONDAY CONFESSIONS: For the remainder of the summer months, the Monday noon confession hour will be suspended. It will resume after Labor Day. Thank you

    Red Lake Falls Food Shelf Summer is here and with it comes gardening. If you are fortunate and have a plentiful garden, maybe you would like to share. The Food Shelf is open every Wednesday from 11 am to 2 pm and would appreciate any extra fruits or vegetables you may have. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Bev Philion at 253-2499 or Bev Schmitz at 253-2681. THANK YOU for your generosity!

    PICNIC TABLE: The wooden picnic tables on the playground are coming to the end of their useful lives. One has already given up the ghost and has been sent to the picnic table resting place. The second is not far behind. We'd welcome a donation to replace it with a new powder-coated galvanized steel 8' picnic table. The cost of such a thing is approximately $ 500.00. If you're interested in such a donation - please let Fr. Bob know. Thank you!

    Summer is here—as a courtesy to your fellow parish- ioners, please remember to find a substitute for your weekend ministry.

    Save the Date All are invited to a benefit for Fr. Don Braukmann on Sunday, August 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Phil