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Bulletin April 8, 2018

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   April 8 Divine Mercy Sunday              

               ST. MICHAEL'S PARISH MISSION STATEMENT 

St. Michael’s Christian Community, located on the Menominee Indian Reservation, is a diverse Christian community reaching out to all residents, learning, loving, sharing, and communicating with one another through the teachings and practices celebrated in the Mass and the holy sacraments of the Catholic Church by integrating sacred symbols and spiritual practices of the Menominee.

                                      

                                                                

 

 

                           ST. ANTHONY'S PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

St Anthony Church is a community of people where a 

sense of belonging welcomes one and all;

where tradition and culture offer deeper

faith,hope and love;

Where religious education becomes pathway to our identity.

            St. Anthony Church is a community of people

Where you belong forever.

 

Anamehawikamek Welcome 

 

                                                                                                                                        

ST MICHAEL’S                          and                                     St. Anthony's

                         P.O. Box 610        P.O. Box241

                     Keshena, WI 54135                             Neopit, WI 54150                                     www.stmichaelkeshena.org  

                                                                        

      Parish Administrator, Fr. Joel Jores - 715-799-3811 - pastor@livingwaterslivingfaith.org                           Associate Priest: Fr. Francis Zurbano-715-799-3811 - pastor@livingwaterslivingfaith.org 

                    Deacon Mark Fuller - 715-201-2961 deaconmark@livingwaterslivingfaith.org 

      Parish Secretary St. Michael, Vicki Hermsen  - 715-799-3811 - vicki@livingwaterslivingfaith.org

Parish Secretary St. Anthony, Mary Harte – 715-756-2361 – stanthony@livingwaterslivingfaith.org 

Religious Education Kathy King-Tucker - 715-799-3927 – ltucker@frontiernet.net  

 

Find us on Facebook:  stmichael Keshena and stanthony Neopit

                     

       ANNOINTING OF THE SICK: Individual arrangements can be made through the Parish Office          

       BAPTISM:  Preparation program required. Please contact the Parish Office.

       MARRIAGE:  Make arrangements with the pastor six months prior to desired date.

       CONFIRMATION:   

 

 

 

 

A Note From Your Deacon:

I love the season of Easter! Easter cannot be remembered only for a day.  It is so important that there are 50 days in the Easter season, ending with the feast of Pentecost.  We first celebrate the Octave of Easter, eight days of special celebration of the resurrection of Christ.  Each day of the Octave is ranked as a Solemnity in the Church’s liturgical calendar, the highest ranking of liturgical feasts. At Masses during the Octave of Easter, as on Sundays, the Gloria, is recited or sung. And at the end of each Mass of the Octave, the double Alleluia is sung at the dismissal.  The Gospel readings at Masses during the Octave of Easter include passages from the Gospels that relate various appearances of the Risen Jesus. Reflecting on these Gospel texts is a wonderful way to prolong the celebration of Easter.  

On the eighth day of the Octave of Easter, we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday.  In 2000, St. John Paul II declared that from then on throughout the Church the Second Sunday of Easter would also be called the Sunday of Divine Mercy. This is entirely appropriate since, as St. John Paul II reminded us, “Divine Mercy is the Easter gift that the Church receives from the risen Christ and offers to humanity…”    He reminds us too that “mercy is an indispensable dimension of love.”  St. John Paul II would refer to mercy as “love’s second name.”  

On this Divine Mercy Sunday, let us recall the message from St. Faustina, who first promoted this devotion.  The Divine Mercy message is one we can call to mind simply by remembering ABC:

A - Ask for His Mercy. God wants us to approach Him in prayer constantly, repenting of our sins and asking Him to pour His mercy out upon us and upon the whole world. 

B - Be merciful. God wants us to receive His mercy and let it flow through us to others. He wants us to extend love and forgiveness to others just as He does to us. 

C - Completely trust in Jesus. God wants us to know that the graces of His mercy are dependent upon our trust. 

 There is a Divine Mercy Chaplet that is prayed daily in many churches and there is a Divine Mercy image that is hanging in many churches as well.  This image shows Jesus with pale and red rays of light coming from his heart.  The red rays represent Christ’s blood and the mystery of the Eucharist. The pale rays represent the water of Baptism and the Gift of the Holy Spirit. From the Sacred Heart of Jesus, God’s merciful love shines forth and illumines the world.  

May we put our total trust In His Mercy!

 

Deacon Mark

 

The Mass – A slice at a time

 

It is also for the presiding Priest to regulate the Word of God and to impart the final blessing. He is permitted, furthermore, in a very few words, to give the faithful an introduction to the Mass of the day (after the initial Greeting and before the Penitential Act), to the Liturgy of the Word (before the readings), and to the Eucharistic Prayer (before the Preface), though never during the Eucharistic Prayer itself; he may also make concluding comments regarding the entire scared action before the Dismissal.


 Faith Formation Update


There was no class on Wednesday due to Easter break.  The remaining schedule is as follows:

April 11

April 18

April 25

 

May 13 - First Communion

 

World Day of Prayer

In observance of World Day of Prayer for Vocations on Saturday, April 21, 2018, the Vocation Office of the Green Bay Diocese will host an Evening of Prayer with Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at St. Agnes Parish in Green Bay. The evening will begin on Saturday, April 21, with the 4:15 P.M. Mass celebrated by Fr. Schuster, Vocation Director, and conclude with Benediction at 7:00 PM. Please come and offer a prayer! St. Agnes Parish is located at 1484 9th Street in Green Bay.


Divine Mercy Sunday – Praising His Mercy

From all that dwell below the skies, let the Creator’s praise arise: Alleluia. Let the Redeemer’s name be sung through every land, by every tongue: Alleluia. Eternal are your mercies, Lord; external truth attends your word: Alleluia. Your praise shall sound from shore to shore, till suns shall rise and set no more. Alleluia. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 Divine Mercy Sunday

April 8, 2018  

 

St.Michael 

     4/09……..………....………………..…………….…No Mass     

   4/10…..…………........Rev Callistus Elue, Rev Martin Fox

   4/11…Deacon Conrad Kieltyka, Deacon Michael Madden 

   4/12…….……………………………..…Kateri Prayer Circle

   4/13……….…………………………………..Manuel Ramos

   4/14……….…Matt & Genevieve Otradovec & Family L&D

   4/15……………………………………………Estelene Ladd

 



  

Financial Blessings

March 31st & April 1st  

Envelopes

  $1,540.00   

Loose

    $502.00  

Bishop Appeal Goal

  $6,754.00

Bishop Appeal Received

   $2,040.00

Holy Land

    $252.00

Rice Bowl

    $41.65

THANK YOU FOR DONATION

 

Liturgical Ministers  

Saturday, April 14, 4:00pm
Lector          Servers      Eucharistic Minister 

 

Bryan Lepscier

Claire Chevalier

Ashley Moses

Jean Thibodeau

 

Sunday, April 15, 9 am 

Jim & Ellie Sokoly

           -

Deacon Mark

 

Saturday, April 21, 4 pm

Fay Waupochick

Isabella Waupochick

Tony Waupochick

 

Sunday, April 22, 9 am

Sue King

           -

Rayna Tucker

 

 

 

Rice Bowls

If you have not done so, please turn in your Rice Bowl. It can be put in the collection basket or brought to the Parish Office. Checks can be made out to the parish. Please put Rice Bowl in the memo line. Thank you!

 

EASTER FLOWERS 2018 IN MEMORY OF:

Pamela Jean Wilber

Dan Hanauer Sr.

Thibodeau Family

Anonymous

Pawelcyzk & Gwidt Families

Fenlon & Hoffman Families

Lorraine & Glenn Harmon Family

Vigue, Planz & Tucker Families

George & Marcella Wilber

Franklin Rabideau Jr.

Ray & Elaine Pelky

Robert & Mary Geimer

Dr. Steve & Signe Chojnacki

Besaw & Frechette Families

Dave Wilber Sr.

Joe, Mark, Paul Wilber

Melvin “Dusty” Otradovec

David L. Corn

Jack & Pat Hermsen

James & Ruth King

Bob & Paulette Gear

Walter & Elina Sulskis

Cecil Grignon

Thomas Huff

Barbara V. Wilber

Vicki Jacobs Kiar

Roger Sr. & Jr., Dennis McPherson

Golke & Shomberg Families

Taylor Waupochick

Mott & LaRock Families

Joleen & Kinsey Kaquatosh

Conrad & Zita Turkowitch

 

Thank you to all who donated to the flower account. 


St. Anthony Secretary/Center Coordinator

St. Anthony is looking for a Secretary/Center Coordinator, 32 hours per week.  If interested, please pick up an application and job description at St. Michael’s Parish Office. 

 

Building & Grounds

There will be a second collection next weekend for Building & Grounds.  Please be generous. 

 

Thrift & Gift Volunteers

We are looking for a couple volunteers to train for the front desk and to work in Thrift & Gift two Mondays a month from 11am to 3 pm.  If you can help, please call Cookie at (920) 216-9240 or the parish office at (715) 799-3811. 

 

St. Michael’s Thrift & Gift

Thrift & Gift will be open April 17th from noon to 3 pm.   If you have a donation, it can be dropped off at Parish Office or Thrift & Gift if open.  We need silverware.   Thank you. 


Food Pantry 

St. Michael’s Food Pantry will be open April 17th from 1-3 pm.  We are in need of brown paper bags, personal hygiene items, meat sauce, and soup. 

 

Food Pantry Volunteers Needed

Men and women volunteers are needed for our Food Pantry. The first and third Monday of the month is food pick-up. A few hours are needed to help sort food. The first and third Tuesday of the month is food pantry distribution. We need help from noon to 3 pm.   Can you please volunteer a few hours a month.  Call the Parish Office for more information (715) 799-3811.

 


Book Share

 

Won't you consider hosting one of the Sundays left this year?  It would be greatly appreciated!  Remember we have books for all ages, lots of cookbooks, resource books and religious too!  You are always welcome to drop books off either at the entrance to church before mass or at the church office when they are open.  Questions, please call Anne Sulskis at 715-851-0160.  Thank you!

 

 

Lectors and Eucharistic Ministers Needed

Come help celebrate the Mass by joining us as a lector or Eucharistic minister on Saturday or Sundays.  Preparation is minimal and the rewards of this service are enriching and fulfilling. Please contact the Parish Office at St. Michaels if interested. (715) 799-3811.

 

Estate Planning

When doing your estate planning, please remember St. Michael Parish.  If you have questions, please contact the parish office at 715-799-3811. 

 

Parish Cemetery - Monuments & Markers

The cemetery committee shall create and enforce rules and regulations governing memorials (monuments, markers, statues, etc.) in the parish cemetery. More specifically, materials, sizes, cement foundation use and location on lots should be clearly outlined for each area of the cemetery. 


An overall plan should be established which minimizes cemetery maintenance but enhances beauty and sensitivity for memorializing the bereaved. If space allows, development of cemetery sections with different regulations is suggested, as this provides options for families. 

 

Lectors and Eucharistic Ministers Needed

Come help celebrate the Mass by joining us as a lector or Eucharistic minister on Saturday or Sundays.  Preparation is minimal and the rewards of this service are enriching and fulfilling. Please contact the Parish Office at St. Michaels if interested. (715) 799-3811.


Estate Planning

When doing your estate planning, please remember St. Michael Parish.  If you have questions, please contact the parish office at 715-799-3811.

 

BULLETIN NEWS/ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Deadline for new information is 9:00 pm Tuesday evenings. Contact parish office to Submit. 


St.Michael's Parish Office Hours:

Office hours are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8 am to 3 pm., Wednesday and Friday 9 am to 1 pm. If you have an urgent matter, please contact Fr. Joel or Fr. Francis.

 

St. Anthony's Parish Office Hours: 

Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm.

 


Fr. Joel will have office hours as follows:

Tuesday – St. Michael’s

Wednesday – St. Francis

Thursday – St. Anthony

 

     

Mark Your Calendars/Events St. Michael

          04/8/2018 Book Share              10 am

                04/10/2018  Pastoral Council      6 pm

       0 4/17/2018 Thrift & Gift      12 – 3 pm

          04/17/2018 Food Pantry     1 – 3 pm 

          04/17/2018   Knights of Columbus 7 pm

 


                        MASS TIMES:

                               St. Michael – 4:00 pm Saturday/ 9:00 am Sundays

      St. Anthony – 10:30 am Sundays

               St. Francis Solanus – 8:30 am Sundays

St. Mary10:30 am Sunday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

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