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St. Joseph Catholic Church Josephville
Founded 1852 1390 Josephville Road Rectory/Office: 636-332-6676 Wentzville, MO 63385 www.stjojo.net School: 636-332-5672
Reverend Robert Samson, Pastor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sacramental Emergency: 314-606-2023 Deacon Fielding Harrison & Deacon David Billing Email: DavidBilling@archstl.org Trish Seaman, Parish Secretary Parish Office/Secretary: email@example.com Jill Nance, School Principal School Office/Principal: firstname.lastname@example.org MASSES: Weekday: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. and Tuesday 7:00 p.m. Sunday: Saturday 5:15 p.m., Sunday 7:30 and 10:00 a.m. Holyday: To be announced as scheduled CONFESSIONS: Tuesday 6:30-6:50 p.m. Friday 7:30-7:50 a.m. Saturday 4:30-5:05 p.m. Sunday 7:00-7:20 a.m. ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT: NEW PARISHIONERS: Tuesday 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Please call the Rectory to register BAPTISMS: By appointment MOVING: Please let us know. PERPETUAL HELP DEVOTIONS: PRIESTHOOD AND RELIGIOUS LIFE: After Tuesday Masses If interested, please contact the parish rectory or the Vocation Office at 314-792-6460 MARRIAGE: Arrangements must be made at BULLETIN: Deadline is Tuesday at Noon least six months in advance.
Pipe Organ $300,000 Stained Glass $150,000 Total Church Building $1,777,599 Rectory Building $372,975 Preschool Building $319,744 Bus Garage $117,092 School Building $2,264,704
Dynamic Catholic, Alive! Mary as a Model
We may know a lot about the Blessed Virgin Mary - celebrating her Immaculate Conception, her birth, the Annunciation, her glorious Assumption, etc. How can we sum it up? This way: Mary is the only human creature who shows us that God’s original plan for us - that we could always choose in accord with His Divine Will - was possible. Think about it - without Mary, how many of us would be wondering if any of us could get close? Let her “yes” inspire us. (CCC 484-507)
22ND SUNDAY OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR….....$4,273 WEEKLY BUDGET AMOUNT NEEDED……….....….$7,054 Difference….…………….………...………….…...…-$2,781
July 1 thru June 30 Year-to-Date CURRENT FISCAL YEAR ACTUAL……...…..…...$146,078 CURRENT FISCAL YEAR BUDGET……..........…$155,188 Difference………………………………...…….………-$9,110
St. Joseph Parish Mission Statement In response to our baptismal call from Jesus Christ, we the people of St. Joseph Parish, as members of the Roman Catholic Church,
desire to live and teach our faith in our families, school, and workplace, relying on the Word of God and the grace of the sacraments, especially the Holy Eucharist.
December 4, 2016 SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
December 5 through 11
Mon 8:00 a.m. Paul Rothermich Tue 8:00 a.m. Betty Piel Tue 7:00 p.m. Robert Mennemeier Family L & D Wed 8:00 a.m. Charlie Wilmes & Andrew Norton Wed 7:00 p.m. Clara Panke Thu 8:00 a.m. Fr. Ike Thu 7:00 p.m. Frances Westhoff Fri 8:00 a.m. Todd Heppermann Sat 5:15 p.m. Leanne Wortmann Sun 7:30 a.m. Parish Sun 10:00 a.m. Grace Cornett
Monday thru Friday 8:00am Maddie Mulnix & Aidan Blair Sat 5:15pm Aidan Blair, Lillian Blair, Jackson Blair Sun 7:30am Maddie Mulnix & Tate Mulnix 10:00am Grace Harr & James Harr Cross Bearer: Andrew Schwerdt
Sat 5:15pm Vickie Gilb Sun 7:30am Dolores Fitzgerald Sun 10:00am Carolyn Richardson
Sat 5:15pm Bill Luetkenhaus & Sean Martin Sun 7:30am Joe Kersting & Ted Eggering Sun 10:00am Ray Orf & Jerry Fischer
Sat 5:15pm Jennifer & Richard Zolper Sun 7:30am John & Leanne Hoff Sun 10:00am Chris Schneider Family
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Sat 5:15pm Steve Thielker, Donna Thielker, Norm Ritter Sun 7:30am Tom Schaefer, Alice Roettger, Rita Schulte Sun 10:00am Deacon Billing, Bonnie Roettger, Larry Bean
Sat 4:50pm Tom & Lorraine Wilmes
Vocation Prayer Chalice If you are willing to have the Vocation Prayer Chalice in your
home for a week, please call the parish office.
When we reflect on how blessed we are to have our basic needs met such as food, shelter, water,
and electricity, we need to keep in mind our neighbors who are not as fortunate. I want to thank all those who gave donations last weekend to help the needy in our community. We have already begun providing assistance to those in need. As you can see from the offering report below, we are behind in meeting our parish budget at this time. If you are behind in your tithing, the end of the year is a good time to catch up. Recently the Archdiocese had our parish assets ap- praised. This is done every five years. Below are the results of what the replacement value is at this time: Let us pray for each other this week.
Father Bob Samson
Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception Holy Day of Obligation
Mass Schedule Wed., Dec. 7 at 7:00pm
Thu., Dec. 8 at 8:00am & 7:00pm
SCRIP CONTEST— Now through Dec. 19. Students have a chance to win free scrip by having
the most sales! First place will win $30 in scrip, second place will win $20 in scrip, and third place will win $10 in scrip. CHRISTMAS PARADE & FUNDRAISER - Sun., Dec. 4. St. Joseph School will have a float in the Wentzville Christmas Parade. The parade will begin at 5pm at Budget Towing on Luetkenhaus Blvd, travel south on Luetkenhaus Blvd, then head west on Pearce Blvd, ending at the Wentzville Firehouse. Be- fore the parade, visit Ellbee’s General Store located at 6 W. Main St. between 1-5pm. Our St. Joseph teachers will be man- ning the soda and drink shop for the afternoon. Stop by and purchase a warm drink and snack and a portion of your pur- chase will be donated back to the school.
William Bartold Lucille Bean John Brugmann Parker Calbreath John Dungan
Karla Haddock Alice Heppermann Mikayla Hoff Donny Kopmann Lucy Menne
Bob Roettger Grace Roettger Jim Rothermich Mary Tepen Tim Tuschhoff
Stewardship Awareness “Therefore, every tree that does not bear good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire.” Matthew 3:10 Do you bear good fruit for Christ? Or do you spend your time, talent and treasure constantly acquiring more toys, clutter and junk. Our time, our talent and our treasure are gifts that God has given us. What we do with them is our gift back to God. What gifts are you planning to give to the Lord during this upcoming Christmas season.
Euchre tournament There will be a Euchre Tournament sponsored by the Knights of Columbus next Sat., Dec. 10 at 7pm in the cafeteria and every second Saturday through March 2017. These tourna- ments are open to the public. Cost is $10. Keep your partner. For more information call Ralph Orf at 636-485-5306.
Attn: Ladies of the Parish The Annual Ladies Christmas Party will be Mon, Dec. 5. All ladies of the parish are invited to at- tend! Cocktails start at 6:00pm and dinner is at
6:30pm. Please bring a covered dish. Meat, bread, and des- sert will be provided. If you would like to attend but have not yet RSVP’d, call the parish office. Enjoy an evening of Christmas cheer with your parish family!
Breakfast with Santa Bring your children to our Breakfast with Santa on Sat., Dec. 10 from 8:30am-11am! Menu includes pancakes, sausage, muffins, bananas, juice, milk & coffee. In addition to a visit and photo with Santa, there will also be crafts, games, face painting, let- ter writing to Santa, and more. Cost is $5 for adults and chil- dren (ages 2 and under are free). Please register by Dec. 7 by filling out the registration form located in the vestibule or on our website at www.stjojo.net. For questions call 636-332- 5672. Proceeds will benefit St. Joseph School.
Christmas Poinsettias Each year forty poinsettias are purchased to decorate the Church for Christmas. If you would like to make a donation for a poinsettia in your honor or in memory of a loved one, please send $10 in an envelope along with the name to be rec- ognized and place it in the collection basket, mail it, or bring it to the parish office by Mon., Dec. 19. The names will be printed in the bulletin the weekend after Christmas.
Lectors, ushers, extraordinary ministers, and gift bearers are needed for the Christmas Masses. Please let us know when you would be available. Sign-up sheet is in the vestibule.
National Night of Prayer for Life On the evening of Dec. 8th, the Feast of the Immaculate Con- ception, prayer vigils will be held across the country to pray for an end to abortion and all other sins against life. St. Paul Church in St. Paul, MO will have four hours of prayer to Our Lady of the Americas beginning at 8pm. Join in prayer across America to seek the Lord’s mercy and restore life, liberty, faith and peace.
To the people of St. Joseph Parish,