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  • Sacrament of Baptism: Arrangements are made by contacting the Pastor in advance of the date. Sacrament of Marriage: Arrangements for preparation and the date are made by contacting the Pastor at least 6 months in advance. Prayer Network: Anyone wishing to have the prayerful support of our parish community, may relay your prayer request to the Parish Office and we will initiate the calling tree. Devices to assist the hearing impaired during Mass at Saint Ann are available. Please contact the Pastor before Mass to learn where they are located.

    Pastor: Rev. Peter J. Klein

    Saint Joseph Church Address: 225 3rd Ave N Waldorf, MN 56091 Rev. Klein may be reached at his residence in Janesville 507-234-6244. Parish Website: www.stannjan.com Mass Schedule: Sunday 8:00AM Weekday/Holy Day Masses: Consult Bulletin Eucharistic Adoration: First Sunday 9:00-10:00AM

    Sacrament of Reconciliation: Available Sundays 7:30—7:50AM and by appointment.

    Pastor: Rev. Peter J. Klein

    Saint Ann Church Address: 313 W 2nd St P O Box 218 Janesville, MN 56048-0218 Phone: 507-234-6244 . Fax: 507-234-6237

    E-mail parish office: stannjan@hickorytech.net

    Parish Website: www.stannjan.com Parish Center: 507-234-5753 E-mail for Faith Formation: stannff@hickorytech.net Mass Schedule: Saturday 5:00PM Sunday 9:30AM Weekday/Holy Day Masses: Consult Bulletin Eucharistic Adoration: Monday thru Thursday

    Sacrament of Reconciliation: Available Saturdays 4:15 - 4:45PM and by appointment.

    Sunday, June 2, 2013 - The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

    Saint Ann Catholic Church Saint Joseph Catholic Church

    Pastoral Care of Elderly/Sick: Please contact the Pastor when someone is hospitalized or homebound. RCIA: The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the process where adults become members of the Catholic Church. For additional information, please contact the Pastor. To rent the Parish Center of Saint Ann, schedule activities and/or events, please contact Everett Adams at 234-5348 leave a message and he will return your call as soon as possible. New Parishioners: WELCOME! Please register at the Parish Office.

  • Welcome! We are so glad that you are here ...

    Weekly Mass Schedule and Intentions

    Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

    June June June June June June June

    3 4 5 6 7 8 9

    No Mass Scheduled 8:00AM Cliff Coonrod 9:45AM Mass at the Nursing Home: MaryLou Kummeth 8:00AM Marland Goettl 8:00AM Rosalie Schimek 8:00AM Marian Sexton 5:00PM Mass at St. Ann: For the Parishes 8:00AM Mass at St. Joseph: Bonnie Spangler Manley 9:30AM Mass at St. Ann: Francis Dauer

    All are welcome and invited to visit Divine Mercy Chapel at St. Ann for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. It is open from 8:00AM on Monday through Thursday 12:00Midnight.

    There are eight time slots that do not have a scheduled adorer.

    Can you help us fill one of the eight hours remaining?

    Monday 1:00PM, Tuesday 2:00PM, 9:00PM

    Wednesday 11:00AM Thursday 1:00AM, 2:00AM, 4:00AM, 10:00AM

    Please contact Dave and Shelley Schultz at 507-234-5740 for more information.

    Mass Intentions for this weekend:

    Saturday, June 1, 5:00PM Joe Fox Sunday, June 2, 8:00AM For the Parishes 9:30AM Bob Mulcahey

    Sacrificial Giving at St. Ann - weekend of: 05-26-13 Adult/Plate giving needed each week: $ 2,993.00

    Adult/Plate giving last week: $ 3,119.57

    Adult/Plate giving needed fiscal year to date: $143,664.00

    Adult/Plate total giving fiscal year to date: $150,414.85

    Catholic Charities: $20.00

    Thank you for supporting our parish with your generous donations.

    Sacrificial Giving at St. Joseph - weekend of: 05-26-13 Adult/Plate giving needed each week: $ 859.00

    Adult/Plate giving last week: $ 1,090.45

    Adult/Plate giving needed fiscal year to date: $41,232.00

    Adult/Plate total giving fiscal year to date: $39,748.41

    Thank you for supporting our parish with your generous donations.

    For future reference, the adoration chapel at St. Ann Church will close on the following days and times throughout the year:

    Holy Thursday the chapel will close at 4:00PM in preparation for the evening Mass and will resume the following Monday.

    Memorial Day and will resume on Tuesday after 8:00AM Mass.

    Fourth of July (Thursday 2013) and will resume the following Monday.

    Holy Day of Obligation, Thursday, August 15, The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the chapel will close at 4:00PM in preparation for the evening Mass.

    Labor Day and will resume on Tuesday after 8:00AM Mass.

    The evening before Thanksgiving Day the chapel will close at 4:00PM in preparation for evening Mass and remain closed until the following Monday.

    Christmas Eve, December 24, through New Year’s Day, January 1.

    Also, when the public school closes during the winter months due to the weather, the adoration chapel is closed. When the public school is 2 hours late during the winter because of the weather, the adoration chapel will open at 11:00AM - this will allow for snow removal from the church parking lot.

    LITURGICAL ROLES Saturday, June 8 (5:00PM) Sunday, June 9 (9:30AM) Giftbearers: Bob & Ann Carda Karen, Lauren, & Landon Dimler Lector: Sister JoAnn Haney Otto Jensen Ministers of the Eucharist: Bonnie Johnson, Harold Kruse, Dianne Thissen, Barb Ahlman, and Jeanette Bartelt and Marny Fasnacht Mass Servers: Volunteers Claire Adams & Kylie Asselin Ushers: Volunteers Volunteers

    Please find your own replacement if needed. Thank you.

    LITURGICAL ROLES for Sunday, June 9 (8:00AM) Gift Bearers: Lenny Kroll Family Lector: Sarah Madden Minister of the Eucharist: Sarah Madden, Marijo Beckstrand, Bernie Peterson Mass Servers: Noah Vahlsing, Tyler Schlaak, Trevor Beckstrand (Cross) Ushers: Lac Lindeland, Pete McGannon, Doug Stenzel

    Please find your own replacement if needed. Thank you.

    Let us join our voices in praise and petition in the Chapel of Divine Mercy at St. Ann as the Chaplet of Divine Mercy is prayed on Tuesday evenings at 6:00PM and Thursday evenings as the Rosary is prayed at 5:30PM. EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

  • PASTOR’S PARISHABLES

    This Sunday’s Eucharist feast (“Body & Blood of Christ

    Sunday”) sent me to the Catechism of the Catholic Church

    for a succinct teaching about “the fruits of holy

    communion” (paragraphs 1391-1397): 1. Causes an intimate

    union with Christ; 2. preserves, increases, & renews the life of

    grace received at baptism; 3. cleanses past sins & preserves from

    future sins; 4. strengthens the unity among members of the

    Church; & 5. fosters a commitment to the poor. This is something we may wish to keep from this year’s Body & Blood of Christ

    Sunday, so we know what to look for, hope for, pray for.

    During the rainy & snowy & difficult spring this year, have

    we been aware of farmers’ plight? Have we ever! Some of us

    have a collection of prayers composed by others that work for us.

    Here’s one for farmers these days, & at a time of testing for those

    who work on the land: “God of all creation, we are mindful of the

    many gifts & blessings you shower upon us. With unending love

    & generosity, you nourish & sustain us with food in great variety

    & measure. You grace us with dedicated & hardworking farmers who care for the land & produce our food. We ask you to hear

    our prayers for farmers & others whose noble work feeds &

    nourishes us all. Keep them safe & healthy. Bless them with a

    harvest of spiritual benefits & just returns for their labor as they

    know the support & gratitude of the community, especially during

    difficult times. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.”

    Pope John 23rd died on June 3, 1963—50 years ago this coming

    Monday. He’s the pope who called for an “ecumenical council,”

    the 1st of its kind since 1869-70 & the 21st in our Catholic history.

    (Like the one almost a century earlier, it was to be held at the Vatican, hence its name “Vatican II”.) When Pope Benedict 16th

    called for a Year of Faith, he scheduled it to begin on the 50th

    anniversary of the convening of the Second Vatican Council.

    We’re now about half way through this Year of Faith

    (October 11, 2012 – November 24, 2013).

    One of the ways I chose to partici