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  • W E L C O M E T O

    Saint Joseph Catholic Church D E C E M B E R 2 7 , 2 0 1 5

    Jasper, Indiana

    Monday, Dec 28, 2015 No Bosco Middle School 5:30pm St. Vincent de Paul 6:30pm Venture Crew Meeting No Parish Council

    Tuesday, Dec 29, 2015 12:00pm Cursillo Prayer Group 12:00pm Prayer Group L. Luegers 6:30pm Boy Scout Troop 182

    7:30pm AA Support Group

    Wednesday, Dec 30, 2015 8:30am Legion of Mary

    Thursday, Dec 31, 2015 New Year's Eve PARISH CENTER CLOSED

    Friday, Jan 1, 2016 New Year's Day PARISH CENTER CLOSED

    Sunday, Jan 3, 2016 8:00am Adult Choir Rehearsal 10:00am Youth Choir Rehearsal

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    Monday: December 28 2015 The Holy Innocents, Martyrs

    8:00amMarvin Gerlach 6:30pm..Martin Buschkoetter

    Tuesday: December 29, 2015 Fifth Day within the Octave of the Nativity of the Lord

    8:00am...Georgia Kleiser 6:30pm.....Adrienne Luegers Wednesday: December 30, 2015 Sixth Day within the Octave of the Nativity of the Lord

    8:00am.Robert L. Nalin 12:05pm.....Mabell Schitter

    Thursday: December 31, 2015 Seventh Day within the Octave of the Nativity of the Lord

    8:00am..Marilyn Schmitt 4:00pm..Scott Bohnenkemper

    Friday: January 1, 2016 Holy Day of Obligation The Octave Day of the Nativity of the Lord, Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God

    8:00am.Wayne, Patty, David & Tom Traylor 10:00am.Peace throughout the World in 2016

    Saturday: January 2, 2016 St. Basil the Great & St. Gregory Nazianzen, Bishops

    8:00am..Leona Kluemper 4:00pm ..Henrietta Sis Ruxer

    Baptism of Kate Reckelhoff

    Sunday: January 3, 2016 The Epiphany of the Lord

    6:00am.................................People of the Parish 7:30am........Art Mathies 9:00am.Jobe Zoglman & Vic Wagner 11:00am.Lucille & Gover Salb

    Baptism of Burke L. Rasche 4:00pm.........En Espaol

    CHURCH SCHEDULE

  • Pastor Reverend Raymond Brenner Ray@SaintJosephJasper.org

    Associate Pastor Reverend William Traylor Bill@SaintJosephJasper.org

    Hispanic Ministry Reverend Gene Heerdink

    Phone ................... 812-634-9405 Gene@SaintJosephJasper.org

    Healing Ministry Sister Carolyn Bouchard, SP Carolyn@SaintJosephJasper.org

    Deacon Reverend Mr. Levi Schnellenberger Levi@SaintJosephJasper.org

    Parish Catechetical Leaders Pam Freyberger, DRE, PCL Pam@SaintJosephJasper.org

    Mike Hagerdon, CRE, PCL Mike@SaintJosephJasper.org

    St. John Bosco Youth Ministry ............................... 812-481-2442

    Parish Manager Jane Gehlhausen Jane@SaintJosephJasper.org

    COMMISSION

    REPRESENTATIVES

    Christine BrinkmanParish Council

    Bob Herzog.....Education

    Sr. Carolyn..Social Concerns

    Fr. William Traylor...Liturgy

    Dan Fritch.Finance

    Open..Youth

    PARISH CENTER

    BUSINESS HOURS

    Mon - Thurs: 8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

    Wel c o me t o S a i n t J o s e ph Ca t h o l i c Chu r ch 2

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    OUR MISSION STATEMENT

    The people of Saint Joseph Parish are called to be a faith-filled family who forgive freely, act justly, love tenderly and walk humbly with God.

    CONTACT US 1029 Kundek Street Jasper, Indiana 47546

    Phone: 812-482-1805 Fax: 812-482-1814

    Website: www.SaintJosephJasper.org

    Facebook: St Joe Jasper Twitter: stjoejasper

    Email: editor@SaintJosephJasper.org

    PASTORAL STAFF

    PRAYER L INE

    Daytime call:

    Mildred Gramelspacher

    812-482-1911

    Late Afternoon & Evening:

    Eileen Hall

    812-482-5829

    Allow us to pray for you.

    RECONCILIATION

    SCHEDULE

    Wednesday before 8:00 a.m. Mass

    Thursday following 6:30 p.m. Mass

    Saturday 11:00 a.m. 12:00 Noon

    and by appointment.

  • Collec!on for Immaculate Concep!on ....$ 6,092.50

    Direct Deposits.....$ 2,810.00

    Collec!ons ........$23,837.84

    Amount needed for budget ....$19,983.02

    Difference for Sunday......$12,757.32

    Difference Year-to-Date.....$(14,221.63)

    Dubois Co. Community Meals Collec!on..$ 1,788.21

    Sa i n t J o s e ph Ca th o l i c Chu r ch 3

    Years ago, I asked our parish

    faith forma"on children to pray for

    children who were seeking to be

    adopted into a loving family. I re-

    ceived the first names and pictures

    of children in foster care in our area

    and gave each class a different

    child. In the month of stewardship

    of prayer that we were observing,

    they were to pray for these children

    each day of the month. It was a

    moving experience for the children

    and me. To even contemplate the

    reality of so many children in the

    world who had no place to truly call

    home made us emo"onal. A%er

    some "me had passed, I contacted

    the service that had supplied the

    names to me. About seventy per-

    cent had found permanent families!

    What a tremendous use of prayer!

    We have been given many wonder-

    ful things in this life, including the

    ability to pray. But there are more

    people who can pray than there are

    children who live in stable families.

    According to the Congressional Coa-

    li"on on Adop"on Ins"tute, nearly

    400,000 children in the US are living

    without permanent families. In

    2011, UNICEF stated that there

    were close to eighteen million or-

    phans who had lost both parents

    and were living in orphanages or on

    the street. I can only assume that

    with the events of the past few

    years, par"cularly in the Middle

    East, that staggering number has

    only increased. To think about it is

    truly devasta"ng.

    The Holy Family were refugees,

    having to flee their land to avoid

    persecu"on and death. But, thank-

    fully, they had each other. The Son

    of God already had to be born in a

    stable. Imagine what welcome this

    world would have had for the new-

    born King if not for his earthly par-

    ents.

    Not all of us can adopt a child.

    But we can all use our gi% of prayer

    to pray for those who long for love.

    Everyone deserves love.

    To find out more about adop"on,

    contact your local Catholic Chari"es

    office.

    Tracy Earl Welliver, MTS

    Liturgical Publica"ons Inc

    EVERYDAY STEWARDSHIP

    Happy Feast of the Holy Family!

    As we celebrate this feast it gives me cause to celebrate

    my own family and think about all the "mes weve cele-

    brated together. Like the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary

    and Joseph, weve had our trials but also our blessed

    "mes such as births, Bap"sms, First communions and

    weddings. But weve also shared "mes of sorrow such

    as deaths. Like many families weve had some who le% the Catholic

    Church for some other denomina"on. But we con"nue to love them. As

    you celebrate today, give praise to God for your family and con"nue to

    pray for each other.

    God Bless you.

    T I T H E S F O R D E C E M B E R 1 2 & 1 3 , 2 0 1 5

    Call 812-482-1805 contact Jane

    MARY, the Holy Mother of God

    Vigil Mass Thursday December 31 4:00 pm

    Holy Day Mass Friday January 1

    8:00 am & 10:00 am

  • Sa i n t J o s e ph Ca th o l i c Chu r ch 4

    OUR 173RD YEAR

    IN CATHOLIC EDUCATION.

    Con"nuing the tradi"on.

    LITURGICAL MINISTERS JANUARY 2 & 3, 2016

    Time Eucharistic Ministers

    Servers

    Senior Servers

    Lectors Cantors/

    Choirs Offertory Gift

    Bearers

    Saturday

    4:00

    Priest B4, Marilyn Gunselman, Jodi Smith, Becky Beckman, Marge Jahn, Sydney Traylor, Steve Whalen, Judy Heidorn, Not Filled, Laverne Lechner, Patrick Lottes, Sylvia Metzger

    Delaney Smith Olivia Smith

    Lauren

    Siewers John & Jane

    Chappell Paula Alles

    Family of: Henrietta Sis

    Ruxer

    Sunday 7:30

    Audrey Werner, Dave Kramer, Jan Kramer, Vicki Welp, Christina Schuetter, Cheryl Gadlage, Marge Beckman, Rose Rasche, Patrick Eckerle, Gale Rottet, Sandy Smith

    Erica Schmitt

    Adam Schwartz

    Sr. Renee

    Kyle Werner

    Family of: Art Mathies

    Sunday 9:00

    Jason Pierce, Tina Pierce, Patty Mills, Michael Mills, Carla Moynahan, Bob Moynahan, Lynn Hensley, Bernita Berger, Joyce Kreilein, Greg Beck, Carol Sanders

    Jaysee Pierce Ben Hochgesang

    Brooklynn Pierce

    Judy Bennett Bernie

    Messmer

    Mary Ann Huls

    Family of: Jobe Zoglman &

    Vic Wagner

    Sunday 11:00

    Ambrose Schitter, Jim Dittmer, Bernard Fallon, Kay Hagerdon, Mike Hagerdon, Nichole Faulkner, Doug Faulkner, Kathleen Messmer, Terrie Keusch, Cindi Jones, Stephanie Reinsch

    Nathan Freyberger Not Filled

    Melanie Stone

    Suellen Seng Bob Vogler

    Youth Choir Family of:

    Lucille & Gover Salb

    R E A D I N G T H E B I B L E

    A S S T O RY

    The Sisters of St. Benedict of Fer-

    dinand are offering a program,