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St. Joseph the Worker Roman Catholic Church
1796 N. State Highway NN, Ozark, MO 65721 www.sjwozark.org
Extraordinary Form: Fifteenth Sunday After Pentecost
Weekend Masses Saturday Vigil Mass 4:00 pm Sunday Mass 9:00 am
Extraordinary Form 12:30 pm
Daily Masses Tuesday 9:00 am Wednesday 9:00 am Thursday 9:00 am
No First Friday Mass
Rev. Fr. Patrick Ike Nwokoye, PhD, Pastor email@example.com
Rev. Fr. Andrew Williams, Associate Pastor firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Office: 417-581-6328 FAX: 417-581-4957
Parish Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Closed daily from 12:00pm-12:30pm for lunch.
Closed on Fridays, Holy Days and major holidays.
Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday: 3:00-3:40 pm or by appointment
Baptism Please contact the parish office
Please contact the priest at least six months prior to the proposed wedding date
Anointing Of The Sick
Please call the parish office to arrange for anointing.
Religious Education, First Sacraments, Confirmation: Please contact the parish
Welcome to St. Joseph the Worker St Joseph the Worker Catholic Church is a faithfully formed welcoming community, alive with love for God and
one another. We have an unwavering focus on Christ and are committed to fulfilling our responsibilities as members of God's family by sharing and proclaiming the faith. Day by day, we are working toward our goal of growing a
vibrant Catholic community of faith for all by embracing our blessings and generously sharing of our time, talents and treasures.
Contacts Deacon: Rev. Mr. Horacio Quiles email@example.com Ethan Osborn, Seminarian Secretary: Carol Craig firstname.lastname@example.org Interim DRE: Fr. Andrew Williams email@example.com April Mika firstname.lastname@example.org Preschool: Terri McKiernan email@example.com Liturgical Music (Sat. Vigil & Sun. Morning): Barry Reicher firstname.lastname@example.org Liturgical Music (Latin): Valarie D’Souza email@example.com
At the time of this printing, the Finance Report for September 5 & 6 was unavailable. Please see the updated report in next week’s
A community of Catholic men, founded on the principles of charity, unity and fraternity, to bring financial aid and Assistance to those in need. Please contact Mark Kern, Grand Knight, at 913-894-5074 for more information.
Even though Bishop Rice encourages all to return to Mass; The Dispensation from the obligation to
attend Mass continues until further notice. While livestreaming Mass, please pray the Act of Spiritual
PSR PARENTS Let me begin by assuring you of my prayers during this time, especially as school starts up again. Let us pray
for one another and thank God for our parish. Following are a few announcements regarding
the beginning of PSR [Parish School of Religion]. In-Class Sunday PSR will begin in mid-September.
PSR, la educación de los niños, comenzará a mediados de septiembre.
Another option is to do PSR on your own at home; more details attached.
O, si prefieres, puedes enseñar a tus hijos en tu hogar; detalles adjuntos al correo electrónico.
If you haven't already, please fill and return the attached PSR form, indicating whether you
want PSR in class or at home. We need to know numbers for the year so we can order books.
Por favor complete el formulario y devuélvalo. También digas en el formulario si deseas PSR en
clase el domingo, o en tu hogar. As a parish, one of our tasks is to assist parents in the faith education of their children. This year we will have
two options for PSR: In-Class or At-Home. The details about these are in the
Inserted document, "PSR Plan 2020-2021." Also attached is the PSR registration form (more copies in the gathering space). I ask that you get these forms in
as soon as you're able. All of us are called to faith in the Son of God, Jesus
Christ. Faith in Him, listening to His Word, and receiving His Sacraments is what leads us to joy, peace, and eternal life. It's the Lord who forgives us, saves us, gives us life, gives us purpose, and gives us the grace to fulfill what He asks of us. Let us continue to pray for one another and give God continual thanks for our
May God bless you, Father Andrew Williams
Liturgy Masses and Offerings
Sat., Sep. 12 The Most Holy Name of Mary 4:00 p.m. SJtW Parish Family Sun., Sep. 13 Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 9:00 a.m. Gary Beeson+ (M. Beeson) 12:30 p.m. Fritz Faust (a.p.) Mon., Sep. 14 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross No Daily Mass
Tues., Sep. 15 Our Lady of Sorrows 9:00 a.m. Don & Marlene Kubicki Family Wed., Sep. 16 St. Cornelius, & St. Cyprian 9:00 a.m. Liv. & Dec. Members of Don Stone Fam. Thurs., Sep. 17 St. Robert Bellarmine 9:00 a.m. LaVonna Nash Fri., Sep. 18 9:00 a.m. No Daily Mass Sat., Sep. 19 St. Januarius 4:00 p.m. Robert A. Self Jr+ (M. & R. Watts) Sun., Sep. 20 Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 9:00 a.m. SJtW Parish Family 12:30 p.m. Susan Clayton+ (J. Varga)
The suggested ‘Mass Intention’ offering amount, per diocesan policy,
is $10.00 per intention.
Mass Intentions are needed. Use the envelopes in the Gathering Space or call the Parish Office.
Today’s Readings First Reading — Remember the commandments and hate not your neighbor (Sirach 27:30 — 28:7). Psalm — The Lord is kind and merciful, slow to anger, and rich in compassion (Psalm 103). Second Reading — Whether we live, or whether we die, we do so for the Lord (Romans 14:7-9). Gospel — Forgive one another from your heart (Matthew 18:21-35). Extraordinary Form: 15th Sunday after Pentecost (Luke 7: 11-16) Raising of the Widow’s Son.
Readings For The Week
Monday: Nm 21:4b-9; Ps 78:1-2, 34-38; Phil 2:6-11; Jn 3:13-17 Tuesday: 1 Cor 12:12-14, 27-31a; Ps 100:1b-5; Jn 19:25-27 or Lk 2:33-35 Wednesday: 1 Cor 12:31 — 13:13; Ps 33:2-5, 12, 22; Lk 7:31-35 Thursday: 1 Cor 15:1-11; Ps 118:1b-2, 16ab-17, 28; Lk 7:36-50 Friday: 1 Cor 15:12-20; Ps 17:1bcd, 6-8b, 15; Lk 8:1-3 Saturday: 1 Cor 15:35-37, 42-49; Ps 56:10c-14; Lk 8:4-15 Sunday: Is 55:6-9; Ps 145:2-3, 8-9, 17-18; Phil 1:20c-24, 27a; Mt 20:1-16a
News & Events
RCIA Rite Of Christian Initiation of Adults
If you or anyone you know is interested in joining the Catholic Church, learning more about our Church, our beliefs, and our Catholic faith,
please call the Parish Office at 417-581-6328 or by emailing to: firstname.lastname@example.org to have your
name placed on a contact list.
RETIREMENT FUND FOR THE RELIGIOUS
The Retirement Fund for the Religious is on the weekend of September 19 and 20. These funds will
help provide necessary help for our religious Sisters, Brothers or Religious Order Priests. These
men and women have dedicated themselves to service and acts of mercy. Many of them are
elderly and need assistance. The fund will help provide medications, nursing care help, and other
necessities. Please consider giving to the Retirement Fund.
QUILTERS Stitch by Stitch Quilters will resume
Quilting on Thursday, September 17 from 1to 4pm in the Church Basement. These quilts will provide help to those in need in our community. You are
invited to join our group. Masks are required. For more information contact
Donna Savage 417-634-2147 or Gloria Eft 319-429-5522.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION We are pleased to announce Adoration of The
Blessed Sacrament will begin in the Main Church at St. Joseph the Worker. Adorers are needed on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursdays from 10am to 5pm. Please call Jodi Jones 816-853-2713 or
Sandra Hadley 209-275-2958 or by emailing: email@example.com or by signing up in the
Gathering Space. God Bless Our Parish.
RECONCILIATION The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered on
Saturday’s from 3-3:40pm, or by appointment by sending an email to:
Father Patrick or Father Andrew at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER COVID-19 has been a source of stress for many
married couples. The mission of Worldwide Marriage Encounter is to proclaim the value of
Marriage and Holy Orders in the Church and in the world. They provide couples, priests, and
religious with the opportunity to enter more deeply into their sacrament through a weekend experience designed to enhance the skills needed for living out God’s plan for a fruitful and loving relationship, in
all the circumstances of life! They have worked out the necessary logistics and safety pr