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St. Francis, Francesville; St. Henry, Medaryville;
St. Joseph, Pulaski; St. Peter, Winamac Rev. Leroy G. Kinnaman, Pastor
Cluster Email: [email protected]
Cluster Website: preciousbloodcluster.org
Cluster Correspondence: 401 N Monticello Street, Winamac, IN 46996 Bulletin Deadline: Wednesday Morning by 9:00 A.M.
Phone: 574.946.4906 Fax: 574.946.4962
LITURGY SCHEDULE Monday, October 16 at St. Peter 8:00 A.M. +Robert P. Kinnaman Fred & Linda Plake
Tuesday, October 17 NO MASS
Wednesday, October 18 at St. Joseph 8:00 A.M. +Richard Reutebuch Family
Thursday, October 19 at St. Joseph 8:00 A.M. +Leo Fox Family
Friday, October 20 at St. Peter 8:00 A.M. +Fr. Bert Woolson Fred & Linda Plake
Saturday, October 21 4:00 P.M. at St. Peter +Juan Knarr Kenny & Doreen 6:00 P.M. at St. Joseph +Carl & Mary Helen Kimmerling Bill & Peach Roth
Sunday, October 22 8:00 A.M. at St. Francis +Our Cluster Family 10:00 A.M. at St. Peter +Richard Bischoff
LITURGICAL MINISTERS Saturday, October 21 at 4:00 P.M. (St. Peter) Reader: Rex Allman Ministers: Viv Reinhold, Carol Vires & Andy Pesaresi Servers: Bonnie Budd & Martin Crist Ushers: VOLUNTEERS
Saturday, October 21 at 6:00 P.M. (St. Joseph) Reader: Maggie Rowlands Ministers: Cindy Scott, Larry Brady and Beth Ruff Servers: Emma Hoover & Randy Roth Ushers: Tim Weaver, Ron Roth & Rick and Lisa Foeg
Sunday, October 22 at 8:00 A.M. (St. Francis) Reader: Dillar Ames Ministers: Mike Owen & Joanne Stevens Servers: Jonathan Ottow
Sunday, October 22 at 10:00 A.M. (St. Peter) Reader: Tony Pesaresi Ministers: Dan Murphy, Phyllis Czech and Donna Nicholson Servers: Cale & Curtis Pesaresi
Oh, by the way…
Where to begin? On Monday, 17 July, Fr. Bert paid one of his periodic visits. He told Rachel
and me to sit down. He needed to tell us something. The story was
laid out to us. Keeping in his persona, he didn’t share too much
information with too many people too early. Over the next 2 & ½
months the story unfolded. Early on, he designated Rachel and me
as powers of attorney for his medical issues. Thanks to the hospital
for providing all the legal forms. Uncommon for him, he was
rather definitive in certain areas. Marita was to handle the parish
finances; Rachel was to take over his personal finances, I was in
charge of the funeral liturgy. Even there, he had a few specific
directions. Vestments were definitive. Watch and John Deere
wallet! All viewing was to be at Frains. (Normally a priest’s
viewing is in church.) The funeral dinner was to be at St. Peter
where he had served as Pastor. He did suggest a few songs for the
Liturgy. Everything else about the Eucharist was left to me. Rachel
and I along with Frain Mortuary have honored all his wishes.
Friday, 22 September, 8:00 p.m., an ambulance took him to PMH. Fr. Bert was life-lined from
PMH to South Bend at 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Rachel stayed by his side till Saturday morning (37 hours
awake). Rachel and I have tried to keep activity as much as “business as regular” around here. From
24 September, with the exception of Monday, 25 September we were in South Bend every day
dealing with medical issues. Words cannot express the dedication and support from the multitude of
doctors and nurses in ICU at South Bend Memorial. At 5:00 a.m. Friday, we received a call to return
to Memorial Hospital ASAP. Thankfully, he had his last two breaths with Rachel. It is difficult to put
into words at flat-lining, intubating, extubating, a cue ball procedure and many other procedures
where decisions had to made. We very appreciate the prayers and support many shared with us. May
he rest in Peace.
MESSAGE OF POPE FRANCIS
FOR WORLD MISSION DAY 2017
Mission at the heart of the Christian faith
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Once again this year, World Mission Day gathers us around the person of Jesus, “the
very first and greatest evangelizer” (Paul VI, Evangelii Nuntiandi, 7), who continually sends
us forth to proclaim the Gospel of the love of God the Father in the power of the Holy Spirit.
This Day invites us to reflect anew on the mission at the heart of the Christian faith. The
Church is missionary by nature; otherwise, she would no
longer be the Church of Christ, but one group among
many others that soon end up serving their purpose and passing away. So it
is important to ask ourselves certain questions about our Christian identity
and our responsibility as believers in a world marked by confusion,
disappointment and frustration, and torn by numerous fratricidal wars that
unjustly target the innocent. What is the basis of our mission? What is the
heart of our mission? What are the essential approaches we need to take in
carrying out our mission?
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, fr. K
Quick one-liners for you:
◼As a reminder to all prospective Confirmation students, your mandatory class meeting, as stated
during the Rite of Enrollment by fr. K, will be on Wednesday, October 25th beginning at 7:15 PROMPT
and last until 9:15. If you have questions, please contact the Cluster Office early, do not wait until the last
minute. Thanks. ◼The Lazarus Collection will be next weekend, October 21 & 22. The focus this month will be toiletries.
Immediate needs given to us by the Pulaski County Food Pantry are shampoo and conditioner; men’s &
women’s deodorant, men’s and women’s body wash and razors. Thank you for your continued support.
It is very much appreciated. ◼The Liturgy classes at St. Joseph Parish will resume this coming Tuesday, October 17th at 6:30 P.M.
Cluster News!!!! With Appreciation
Thank you all for the care and support given to my brother, Fr. Bert
Woolson, during his illness.
Thanks also to all those who arranged for and participated in the
viewing, funeral Mass, luncheon and burial.
I will especially treasure the many stories shared with me of how my brother touched
your lives. It is comforting to know that he was loved and appreciated by so many.
Know that you will be in my prayers.
Anne Woolson Campbell
Cluster Weekly Activities
Tuesday, October 17 Wednesday, October 18
6:30 P.M. Liturgy Classes at St. Joseph 5:30 P.M. RE Classes at St. Peter
PRAYER REQUESTS: Please keep the following individuals in your prayers: Mary Baunach (Barbara Mau’s Mother), Bill Bope (Judy Berger’s son-in-law), Marie Brown (sister-in-law of Lois Heater), Susan Downing, Rose Marie Garcia (friend of Theresa Logan), Shelia Buczek, Shelia Garling, Marsha Gearhart, Mary Ann Johnson, Marie Kraft, Leona Kinnaman, Greg Loehmer, Theresa Logan, Robert Meyer, Miles Shidler (grandson of Betty Wallace), Larry Toosly, &
Graham Vollmer Please remember in your prayers all of our Cluster family and friends who mourn the loss of a loved one, all who have
no one to pray for them, those who have died through violence or natural disasters and all those who have died recently.
If you have someone to add to the prayer list, notify the Cluster Office. Please keep in mind,
your request will remain on our list for four weeks unless we hear back from you that they
should remain on the list. Thank you!
Please notify the Cluster Office at 574.946.4906, if a loved one is admitted to the hospital,
rehab center, nursing home, or is homebound. fr. K CANNOT make calls to people that he is
NOT AWARE OF. Thank you!
Sympathy is extended to the family of Pauline Fites, age 87. Pauline
passed away on Tuesday, October 10th. Her funeral Mass was celebrated on
Saturday, October 14th. Please keep the Fites family in your thoughts and
prayers during this difficult time.
NCCW MEETING: The Monticello District of Catholic Women will host their fall meeting on
Wednesday, October 18 at Our Lady of the Lakes Church in Monticello. The schedule for the
day is as follows:
8:30-9:00-Registration 10:45 (in Church)-Rosary
9:00-10:30- Business Meeting 11:00- Mass
10:30-10:45- Break Lunch will be served after Mass and is $5.00
The program will be Canonization of Francisco and Jacinta Marto presented by Suzanne
Gardiner. Please RSVP to Helen Beiwswanger at 574.278.7587 by October 16th. Thanks!
ANNUAL TURKEY DINNER: St. Joseph Catholic Church in Delphi will host their Annual Turkey
Dinner on Sunday, November 5, in their Honan Hall. Adults are $8;
Children 6-12 are $4; and under 6 eat for Free (carry-outs $.50 extra).
Dinner includes turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green
beans, cranberry sauce or applesauce, roll, dessert and a drink. The
dinner will be served from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Please to try them
for a delicious meal!
St. Francis Solano News
St. Joseph News
CHRISTIAN MOTHERS MEETING: The Christian Mothers will meet
after Mass on Saturday, October 28th. A pizza dinner will be
served. If any married lady would like to join the Christian
Mothers, please contact Diana Tiede at 574.278.7221 or Denise
Johnson at 574.278.7896.
St. Peter News
October 8, 2017- St. Francis
General Offerings: $190.00 Loose Collection: $10.00
October 7, 2017
General Offerings: $1,426.00 Loose Collection: $121.00 Votive Lights: $195.90
October 7 & October 8, 2017 General Offering: $1,452.00 Loose Collection: $307.00 Children’s Offering: $15.31 Votive Lights: $14.00