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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 Larry Huber, Pastor Pastor: frhuber@stjojo.net Deacon Fielding Harrison & Deacon David Billing Parish Office/Secretary: trish.seaman@stjojo.net Dwight Elmore, School Principal School Office/Principal: dwight.elmore@stjojo.net 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.-7:30 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.

  • 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.

    May 5, 2013 SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

    44TH SUNDAY OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR.…………$7,791 44TH SUNDAY OF LAST FISCAL YEAR...…..…...........$11,905

    July 1 thru June 30 Year-to-Date CURRENT FISCAL YEAR…..…...………………….$412,083 LAST FISCAL YEAR……….………....………….…$402,964

    Building Fund/Capital Campaign APR. 28TH, 2012.….................................................................$55

    Expansion Fund/Multi-Purpose Building BALANCE OF ACCOUNT…………………….............$47,734

    May 6 through 12

    Mass Intentions

    Mon 8:00 a.m. Jerome Huber Tue 8:00 a.m. Jerry Boehmer Tue 7:00 p.m. Chris Norman Wed 8:00 a.m. Mel Schneider Thu 8:00 a.m. Brad Seaman Fri 8:00 a.m. Clete & Teresa Orf Family L & D Sat 5:15 p.m. Alex & Josephine Vehige Sun 7:30 a.m. Paul Rothermich Sun 10:00 a.m. Parish

    Feast Days Thu Ascension of the Lord Fri St. Damien de Veuster

    Server’s Schedule

    Monday thru Friday 8:00am Nathan Woerther & James Harr Sat 5:15pm Mark Schroer & Scott Reynolds Cross Bearer: Daniel Schroer Sun 7:30am Stephen Hill & Russell Hill 10:00am John Citrowske & Thomas Citrowske Cross Bearer: Jonathan McCullough

    Lectors

    Sat 5:15pm Nick Ferranto Sun 7:30am Paulette Wilmes Sun 10:00am Margie Wilmes

    Ushers

    Sat 5:15pm Bill Luetkenhaus & Michael Stockglausner Sun 7:30am John Hoff & John Knobbe Sun 10:00am Harry Wilmes & Steven Weiler

    Gift Family

    Sat 5:15pm Bob G’Sell Family Sun 7:30am Nick & Vickie Gilb Sun 10:00am Ralph & Rose Orf

    Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

    Sat 5:15pm Esther Aston, Judy Orf, Sherri Aston Sun 7:30am Jerry Wilmes, Pat Wilmes, Rita Schulte Sun 10:00am Deacon Billing, Carolyn Richardson Scott Cornett

    Rosary

    Sat 4:50pm Diane G’Sell

    Vocation Prayer Chalice

    Patrick & Lynn Coleman

    USCCB ACTION ALERT! Protect Rights of Conscience and Religious Liberty!

    The Obama Administration’s contraceptive/ abortifacient/sterilization mandate will begin to be enforced against nonprofit religious schools, charities and health care providers on August 1. In the days to come, Congress must decide whether to address this problem through must-pass leg- islation before that deadline. Members of the House should be urged to include the Health Care Conscience Rights Act (H.R. 940) in the next bill needed to keep the federal government operating. Please act today to protect conscience rights and religious liberty! Recommended Actions: ∗ Send emails through NCHLA’s Grassroots Action Center

    at nchla.org/actiondisplay.asp?ID=292. ∗ Contact your Representative by phone. Call the U.S. Capi-

    tol switchboard at 202-224-3121, or call your Representa- tive’s local office. Additional contact info can be found on Representatives’ web sites at www.house.gov.

    Suggested Message: “Please include the Health Care Con- science Rights Act (H.R. 940) in upcoming ‘must-pass’ legisla- tion. Government must not force Americans to violate their religious and morel beliefs on respect for life when they pro- vide health care or purchase health coverage.” When: Please contact your Representative today!

    Background * The introduction of H.R 940 was welcomed by both Archbishop William Lori, Chairman of the bishops’ Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty, and Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Chairman of the bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities. * Under the new health care law, the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services (HHS) requires most health plans to cover “preventive services for women,” including services that many citizens find objectionable for moral and religious reasons, such as sterilization, all forms of artificial birth control, and “education & counseling” to promote all of these. The HHS Mandate provides only a very narrow exemption for “houses of worship.” Other religious organizations offering education, health care and charitable services to all in need do not qualify for the exemption.

  • Alan Bean Jim Brugmann Kim Dames-Stillman Jerry De John Fr. Glen Eftink Johnny Grillo Mikayla Hoff Amanda Johnson

    Eileen Kalupa Jean Kelemen Joyce Kelley Marie Kiel Duane Manor Bob Palombo Betty Piel Fred Pund

    Dave Richardson Pat Vogt Schroer Dianne Schwentker Jan Strub Justin Tyler Cathy Ungerboeck Tom Vanderbos John Ward

    Stewardship Awareness “...do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid.” John 14:27 When we let the daily pressures of life trouble us, we begin to believe that we are responsible for taking care of everything. This causes us to frantically cling to our time and treasure. Yet, Jesus tells us not to be troubled or afraid. Take a deep breath, pray and place your trust in God. When you do, you will be a better steward of all that God has placed in your care.

    SCRIP Scrip is a fundraising program that allows you to purchase gift cards that you can use for everyday expenses like food, gas, clothing and entertainment while earning a percentage for our school on each dollar spent. You use them like you would cash or a debit card. Some of the most commonly sold cards are Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Olive Garden, Panera Bread, Exxon/ Mobile, Dierbergs, Shop-N-Save Kohl's, Lowe’s, and Home Depot. A list of all available retailers is in the back of church. Scrip is now being sold at the parish office Mon-Fri to 3pm.

    INSPIRE - Tue., May 7 from 7-8:30pm at St. Joseph Church, Cottleville, MO. Guest speaker will be John Foppe. John was born with seven major birth defects and not expected to live. Quilts of Valor - Tue., May 7 from 8am-2:30pm at Faith Chris- tian Family Church in Wright City, MO. Lunch will be pro- vided. For more info call Jean at 636-456-3980. Outdoor Mass - Wed., May 8 at 7pm at Our Lady of Peace Shrine in O’Fallon followed by the Rosary. Bring a lawn chair. Come pray for peace, religious liberty, and marriage. Chicken Fry - Fri., May 10 from 5-7:30pm at the St. Theodore Knights of Columbus Hall in Flint Hill, MO. 5K Run/ 1-Mile Walk/Children’s Mad Dash for area cancer patients - Sat., May 11 at Frontier Park in St. Charles, MO be- ginning at 9am. To register call 636-947-5009. Coed Softball Tournament - Fri., May 31 and Sat., Jun. 1 at Josephville ballpark. Cost is $100 per team which must consist of at least 5 guys and 5 girls. Proceeds will go towards pur- chasing a well for the ballpark. Call Matt Winkleman to regis- ter a team 636-327-6327. Vacation Bible School - Jun 24-28, 9am-noon at St. Theodore. Register now online at www.sttedvbs.com. Limited space available. For more info call Katie Grau at 901-734-9819. Wiffleball Tournament - Sat., July 20 starting at 5pm at Jo- sephville ballpark. $120 for team of 5-8 players. For more info or to register a team call Angela Knaust at 636-236-4842. Job Openings - St. Joseph School/Cottleville has openings for a part-time nurse and a part-time director of their extended care program. Send cover letter and resume to Sr. Maria Christi at info@stjoecot.org. I’ll Cry to Understand...a Piece at a Time - Written by a local Catholic, this faith-based book gives a realistic look into griev- ing the loss of a child. Visit www.lulu.com/spotlight/karenweis to preview the book. To order, call 314-849-8761.

    JOSEPHVILLE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Next meeting is this Tue., May 7 at 7:30pm in the cafete- ria. Members will be voting on the 8th grade essay contest entries.

    This year the Knights are sponsoring the Annual St. Joseph Golf Tournament which will be held on Sat., June 8 at Warrenton Golf Course. The tou