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ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC PARISH 6020 Old Antonia Rd., Imperial, Missouri 63052 | stjosephimperial.org | 636-464-1013| Founded 1905
Please join us at St. Joseph for a traditional CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION
Sunday, June 3, after the 11:30 A.M. Mass Procession lasts approximately 30 minutes
on St. Joseph's parish grounds Refreshments served afterwards
OUR PARISH MISSION STATEMENT As Catholics in the Archdiocese of Saint Louis under the patronage of
Saint Joseph, in communion with our Holy Father, Pope Francis, and
Archbishop Carlson, we are called by our Lord Jesus Christ to be His
Church and live His Gospel. With joy, we strive to fulfill our Baptismal
calling by fervent prayer and worship, sound teaching and sharing our
faith, serving others and fostering unity in diversity. Guided by the Holy
Spirit, we commit ourselves to be responsible stewards of all God's
gifts.
If you have been inactive in the practice of your Catholic Faith, we
encourage you to come home. If you would like to speak with someone
please do not hesitate to contact us.
If a previous marriage has kept you from receiving the Sacraments, we
invite you to contact one of the priests. In many cases we can work with
you toward a favorable solution so you can again receive the
Sacraments in the Catholic Church.
CELEBRATION OF THE HOLY MASS Saturday: 8:00 a.m. / 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 7:00 a.m. / 8:30 a.m. / 10:00 a.m. / 11:30 a.m. / 4:30 p.m.
Weekdays: Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. / 8:00 a.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Monday-Friday: 7:00 a.m.
Eucharistic Adoration
Sunday—Saturday: Anytime except during Mass
Sacrament of Baptism Attendance at a Baptismal Preparation Class is required prior to Baptism. Classes
are held the 2nd Thursday of the month. Please call Leslie to register and schedule a baptism.
Sacrament of the Eucharist and Confirmation For those who have been baptized Catholic or wish to enter the Catholic Church, RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) classes are required. For more
information contact Sr. Rosemary.
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick If you or a loved one is seriously sick and would like a visit from one of the
parish priests, please call the parish office to request a visit. Due to privacy laws, hospitals no longer call to notify churches of parishioners who are ill so we need
to be notified by a family member.
Sacrament of Marriage Contact the rectory office to begin your marriage preparation at least nine months
before the anticipated wedding date.
Sacrament of Holy Orders and Vowed Religious Life If you are interested in learning more about a vocation to the priesthood or consecrated life, please contact one of the parish priests or the Archdiocesan
Vocations Office at stlvocations.org or (314)792-6460.
Holy Communion for the Homebound Anyone in our parish who is homebound and would like to receive
Holy Communion please call Valerie Maddux at (314) 440-9370 to make arrangements.
St. Vincent de Paul Society Helpline (636) 464-1013 Ext 300
Sr. Christine’s Food Pantry (636) 464-7580 Ext 301
Parish Cemetery Bill Regelsperger, (314) 808-2522
Knights of Columbus Mike Vickery, (314) 374-8754
FORMED – The Catholic Faith. On Demand. www.formed.org | Parishioner code: Y3GV6R
ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC PARISH 6020 Old Antonia Rd., Imperial, MO
Phone: 636-464-1013 | Fax: 636-461-0411
CLERGY
[email protected] by Monday at 12 Noon.
Sr. Carol Sansone, ASCJ
Ext. 107
PARISH SCHOOL | PRESCHOOL | PSR 6024 Old Antonia Rd., Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 636-464-9027 | Fax: 636-464-8792
Ext. 110
Ministry Schedule
June 2, 4:30 pm June 3, 7 am June 3, 11:30 pm June 3, 4:30 pm June 3, 8:30 am June 3, 10 am
Extraordinary
Ministers
SUN
5/27
MON
5/28
Little Flowers Mtg. 6 p.m.—Cafeteria
TUE
5/28
WED
5/30
Faith Alive Food & Fellowship 5 p.m.—Church
THU
5/31
CPR Training 8– 11 a.m.—Cafeteria
Centerstage 7 p.m.—Music Room
FRI
6/1
NA Meeting 7:30-9:30 p.m.—LBB
SAT
6/2
Adoration Committee Mtg. 9 a.m.—Nursery
MASS INTENTIONS
8:00 a.m. Sr. Pat Paczosa (special intention)
Wednesday May 30, 2018
8:00 a.m. Kitty Todt
Thursday May 31, 2018
8:00 a.m. Katy Walterscheid
Friday June 1, 2018
8:00 a.m. Rev. Robert Fleiter
Saturday June 2, 2018
8:00 a.m. Gerald Olliges
4:30 p.m. Kitty Todt
Sunday June 3, 2018
8:30 a.m. Arnold Curry
11:30 a.m. Dorothy Bohac
Parish Stewardship: 5/7/18--5/13/18
St. Vincent de Paul
Mass at 9 AM
Parish Office will be closed Monday, May 28 in observance of
Memorial Day
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
We hear in the 28th Chapter of Matthew today that “the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had
ordered them. When they all saw him, they worshiped, but they doubted.” Remember that doubt dwells on the other side of
the coin from faith and remember too that faith is a gift.
As we dwell in the physical springtime of our region today and see all the new life bursting forth, it’s hard to believe that any-
one might not believe in Almighty God. With God as the author of all life, we see Him everywhere, in the abundance of
flowering trees, all the birds (flying about and singing), the baby animals and for that matter, in all of the families in the
parish who are welcoming little ones in the coming days.
Be mindful of doubt. It’s a normal human response. But the Evil One often uses it to create anxiety and fear in the people of
God. This doubt is clearly not from God and we must test it in our prayers to see if it leads to desolation or consolation. Test
everything in prayer.
4 MAY 27, 2018
FAITH ALIVE SERIES! Seminarian Charlie is starting a series of summer interviews at St. Joseph Imperial called -
FAITH ALIVE! To start, he began with the Pastor. ;-) This is the first video in the summer series.
In the interview, we discuss some new activities going on at the parish in the summer months.
Stay tuned to the bulletin and announcements for coming attractions.
The inaugural FAITH ALIVE evening with -
Food, Fellowship and
Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 5 p.m.
We will start with grace before meals at 5 p.m. in church.
Mark your calendars.
SCHOOL’S CORNER .
Congratulations to our St. Joseph Catholic School Graduating Class of 2018.
We are proud of you and wish you the best in high school and the future. May you always know God’s love and our love for you. Thank you, parents and families, for your support of our school and its values and traditions.
Living History
Rachel Miller, a child Holocaust survivor from France, spoke to
Mrs. Mraz’s 8th grade American History classes on Tuesday, May 8.
The 8th graders studied World War II and the Holocaust for several
weeks, and with assistance from Erin Mulchek, Art Teacher, con-
structed a Holocaust Remembrance Tree. The students then made a
Garden of the Righteous to recognize those who did the right thing
in a time when so many did not.
Congratulations to Mrs. Deborah Mraz, St. Joseph Middle
School History/Social Studies teacher, who was awarded a grant
from the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center
in Bridgewater, New Jersey, and Stephanie Johnson, Aquatics
Director and Special Olympics New Jersey National Coach. Mrs.
Mraz will be taking courses this summer through Yad Vashem to
become certified as a Middle School Holocaust educator.
Mrs. Mraz is honored to receive this grant. She looks forward to us-
ing a wider range of course materials in our Middle School history
program. We appreciate this great opportunity that was presented to
Mrs. Mraz as she enriches our students’ better Understanding of
history.
$One for the Children
St. Joseph School students are taking the initiative to support the parish Capital Campaign. They are asking all
parish students in PSR and those who are in the parish, to join them in “$One for the Children”, a student
effort to take ownership for the new playground.
Sister Carol introduced the idea recently as a way for the students to become involved and say “thank you” to
St. Joseph Parish. If a minimum of 500 school and parish students combined each enroll 10 donors who
commit to $1 a month (or more) for 12 months, we will raise $60,000 for the new playground. Students who
reach their goal will have their names listed on a plaque in the playground.
Parishioner Mike Price has been researching area playgrounds and will be sharing some exciting pictures soon.
Mike is assisting Fr. Shaughnessy in gathering information for Sr. Carol and student committee members,
Kaylie, Briana, Maria and Erica. What a beautiful addition this playground will be for our parish children!
If you are a student and wish to participate in “$One for the Children,” simply submit your name to the
school office. It is important that your name and phone number are clearly written and submitted with your
donations. Your donations may be sent monthly or all at one time. Print clearly so we will have your name
properly recognized for the student donor board.
Thank you. More information will be coming soon!
Follow the parish on INSTAGRAM at stjoeimperial_1905
This account will follow all sorts of various things
going on in the parish community!
ATTENTION LADIES:
Do you find it difficult to find time to truly relax, quiet your mind and talk to God? A retreat at White House is the perfect opportunity to find the peace, quiet and inspiration your soul is looking for. It’s like a 3-day vacation with God! Join the women of our parish on our annual retreat from July 26 to July 29. Retreats at White House are si- lent, guided retreats based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. All of your meals are provided and everyone receives their own private accommodations. There is no set fee to attend; White House operates on a free-will offer- ing basis. To register call Susan Crawford at: 636-282-2520 or visit www.whretreat.org to find additional dates.
2018/19 School Board It is with great excitement that we
announce to you the 2018/2019
school board election results.
Hrdlicka, Matt Schutte, Aaron Mathis and Nick Blomstrom.
Your 2018/2019 School Board Executive Committee is-
President: Chris Coleman
Hirschman, John Konersmann and Angela Mueller.
Please join me in welcoming the new members of the board.
The future at St. Joseph is bright and they are excited to get to
work as your new school board.
We would also like to say a big 'Thank You' to Randy Stahl,
Dustin Bain, and Leslee Brown for their service on the school
board.
As I say my goodbye as your sitting president I want to say
'Thank You' for allowing me the opportunity to serve the St.
Joseph School community. I will continue to serve on the
marketing committee for the school and do my best to pro-
mote our amazing school. These are exciting times for our
school and I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the
future of our school.
St. Joseph School
Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Friday hours are 9:00 a.m. - Noon
We are open for any and all questions and ...... Tours Scrip sales Box top and empty cartridge returns Playground fund donations School business
The school office will be closed -
June 25th-July 5th
MOST HOLY TRINITY 7
Maximize Your Gift to St. Joseph Parish One excellent way to make a meaningful gift is with a gift of stock. As the stock market reaches one new record high after
another, a gift of stock becomes a more and more compelling choice for many donors. Here’s how it works:
You bought 10 shares of XYZ stock for $100 more than a year ago. The stock is now worth $1,200. You donate the 10 shares
of XYZ to the Faithful and Wise Steward Campaign. You then receive your charitable tax letter reflecting the value on the
day the transfer takes place ($1,200 +/-).
Therefore, you made a $1,200 gift to the campaign, with an actual cost of only $100!
Gifts of stock are often recommended by financial advisers because the donor is able to make a much more significant gift
than by simply writing a check! For more information or If you would like to make a gift of stock to St. Joseph Parish, please contact Pat Griffaw at the
Archdiocesan Finance Office at 314-792-7123. If you would like to make a gift of stock to our Capital Campaign, please
contact the Roman Catholic Foundation at 314-918-2890.
Theology on Tap Summer Series – “The Summer of
Love” This summer, join young
adults from across the arch-
diocese for our Theology on
Tap Summer Six Pack – six
nights of engaging talks,
drink specials, and great
10th, July 24th, and
be held at 7 PM at Kirkwood
Station Brewing Co. This
different aspects of relation-
Email [email protected] or
from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm at
the KC Hall located
at 1623 Jeffco Blvd.,
Arnold, MO.
Catholic radio, AM 1460 KHOJ Hear inspiring local programming, engaging live
call-in shows, daily Holy Mass, devotions and much more. For a program schedule and a free CD call
(314)752-7000 or toll-free (877)305-1234.
We invite you to attend our monthly meeting in the
St. Joseph Food Pantry Meeting Room.
Check out our new website for all your
sports needs: SJS.SIPLAY.COM
8 MAY 27, 2018
Prime Timers Our next meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 20th at
1:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. All parishioners 55 and
over are invited to join us. For further information, call Judy
314-315-3449 or Donna 636-464-5453, or just come to the
meeting!
The St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store truck will be
available to receive donations on Saturday, June
9th ONLY during the flea market hours of 9am –
3pm. For those wishing to donate large furniture
items, please call our Church at 636-464-1013 –
Option 3 and leave a message as to what you
are donating, so that if we need to secure a sec-
ond truck we may do so. As we celebrate the
mystery of the Trinity we also realize the mystery of
how much God loves and cares for us each day.
Believing in this, our lives can then overflow in
thanksgiving and praise. Through your gifts, the
Society of St. Vincent de Paul brings the love and
care of Jesus to those in need by assisting families
with thrift store vouchers, paying for utility bills,
rent, car repairs, and more. We invite you to make
friends, grow your faith, and help a Neighbor in
Need by becoming a St. Vincent de Paul Vincen-
tian. Our Prayer Meeting is Wednesday, June 13th
and our Business Meeting is Monday, June 25th
both at 6:30 pm in the church nursery. For more
information, please contact
[email protected] Helping Neighbors
Starts at Home.
Mass Intentions are low for weekday masses at - 630 & 8 a.m. You are welcome to contact the parish office to schedule or put your requests in the collection basket.
Thank you.
SPRINGTIME INSIDE FLEA MARKET & TREASURE SALE
Sponsored by St. Joseph Prime Timers June 9, 2018 - 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
St. Joseph Imperial Gym Food available by Knights of Columbus
Call soon— a few spaces are still available!! Call Donna 314-640-1062
SVDP will have a trailer available for all leftovers or just drop offs!
For World Peace Redemptorist priest will have Mass and
Confession for the First Saturday
Devotions of Fatima at Sacred Heart Church, Crystal City
on Saturday June 2 at 8:30 A.M. with a taped program
with meditations on the rosary.
Lower Bridge Building .
St. Joseph School invites families
to register their children in our school
for the 2018-2019 school year.
There is still room in our Kindergar-
ten through Grade 8 classes and in
Preschool--Pre-K 3. There is a wait pool created for Pre-
school--Pre-K 4 classes.
who are willing to give their children the opportunity to
learn and grow with us.
St. Joseph School has been a vital part of St. Joseph Parish
since 1909. Our mission has remained the same: to be a
school where faith and tradition build excellence. We are
proud of our students and the role the students play in the
school’s history and the life of the Church.
Please call the school office at 636-464-9027 soon to
schedule a tour.
2018-2019 school year. Registration is
open to current and new families registered
in the parish. All students should be registered by August
15, 2018 for the 2018-2019 PSR school year. We will not
have an open house this year. Our first class will be
August 22, 2018.
PSR Sessions Classes are held on Wednesday evenings during two
sessions:
Early Session 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Late Session 6:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Tuition is to be paid in full by August 16, 2018. You will
receive your PSR calendar via email before August 22
which include your child’s catechist.
All families that have unpaid tuition from this year (2017-
2018) need to have their balance paid in full before register-
ing or preferred session placement will not be guaranteed.
Tuition: Effective for the 2018-2019 School Year.
$130.00 – 1 child
$230.00 – 2 children
$330.00 – 3 children Maximum amount due for 3 or more
*$10.00 - Book fee per student *$25.00 - Sacrament fee for students in 2nd and 8th
grade. * A minimum payment of $80.00. We will no longer have
required service hours.
Home & School Scrip Cards The St. Joseph Home & School scrip gift cards will now be
sold is the School Office instead of the Parish Office.
Thanks!
A MORNING WITH MARY, MOTHER OF PRIESTS with Fr. Joseph Aytona, of the Fathers of Mercy,
(appears on EWTN speaking on spiritual maternity for priests)
Saturday, June 9, 2018 - All Women are invited on the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary to St. Michael the Archangel Parish, 7622 Sutherland Ave. in Shrewsbury, MO 63119. 8 am Mass; 9 am 2 Talks on spiritual maternity and the priesthood, Adoration, Rosary and other prayers, Priest Adoption. Noon Potluck Lunch. Free, but please REGISTER by JUNE 6 - Online www.stlspiritualmotherhoodforpriests.com, Email [email protected] or Call 314-275-0890. Sponsored by the Apostolate of Spiritual Motherhood for Priests in the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
Join us for the DVD Series and Study of
Seven Deadly Sins and Seven Lively Virtues
By Bishop Robert Barron
To be held in the Queen of All Saints Meeting Hall
Beginning Wednesday, June 6, 2018,
From 6:30 P.M – 8:00 P.M.
Meeting dates are June 6, 13, 20, and 27
A workbook is required for this series and must be
purchased by the attendee for $12.00.
This DVD study is open to all Parishes in the
South Deanery
[email protected] or 314-471-9365
Mary at Catholic Gifts and Books 314-469-6700
Books will cost $12.00.
Connie Lohse will pick them up for you on June 4, 2018
and have them for you at the first meeting on June 6.
Bryan Becker
Zachary Breakfield-Bousquet
Robb Breck
4139 Jeffco Boulevard, Arnold, MO 63010
(636) 464-1855 • Fax (636) 642-4091 [email protected]
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