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    PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

We are a Christian community called together to grow in faith and to celebrate God’s love for us in the Mass and Sacraments of the Catholic Church.  Through the gospel message and our common worship we are challenged to give Christian witness by our lives and service to others. 

ST MICHAEL’S 

P.O. Box 610

Keshena, WI 54135

www.stmichaelkeshena.org

Parish Administrator, Fr. Joel Jores - 715-799-3811 - pastor@livingwaterslivingfaith.org

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

Religious Education Lois Maczuzak  - 715-851-2947 - maczuzak@frontiernet.net

SATURDAY MASS:    6:00 pm    SUNDAY MASS:  10:30 am

CONFESSION:        Saturday 5:30 - 5:45pm

ROSARY:  Saturday 5:30 pm     Sunday  10:00 am 

DAILY MASS: Chapel Southside of Church

Tuesday/Thursday   8:00 am  and Wednesday/Friday  10:00 am

KATERI PRAYER CIRCLE:  After 8 am mass on Thursday morning    

ADORATION:  1st Thursday of the Month from 6-7 pm 

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:  2016 May 8th at Gresham. Next class 2018.

 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Third Tuesday of the month – 7 pm, Grand Knight Paul Marroquin 715-799-3765 


Father Joel Writes

Memorial Day Prayer

Dear Heavenly Father,

With a sober heart we come before You this Memorial Day. We pause for a moment and call to mind all the men and women who have died in the service of our nation since 1776.

Dear God, please look with mercy on our brave and selfless brothers and sisters, who did not shirk from their tasks but gave themselves completely to the cause of defending and protecting us all. Bless all who have given their lives for the sake of   liberty, and grant them eternal rest with You. 

We remember also our brave men and women now serving in our Armed Forces, both at home and abroad. Dear God, send out Your angels to protect them all. Help them discharge their duties honorably and well. Please bring them safely home to their families and loved ones. Please bring Your peace and mercy to our troubled world.

We ask this, Father, in the name of Jesus, Your Son.      Amen 

Your Co-Traveler,       

 Father Joel


 


 FAITH FORMATION UPDATES

 

We are looking forward, planning forward, and praying a lot. We are looking forward to the summer and the wonderful opportunities that the warm weather offers us in Wisconsin. We are planning forward for the 2016-2017 Faith Formation sessions. And as always we are praying for guidance from the Holy Spirit in this endeavor. We are also asking all of you to pray to the Holy Spirit to guide us in our efforts to enhance our Faith Formation Program. We are also praying for volunteers to consider becoming teachers of our faith this coming session. Family fun with school coming to an end and life becomes very busy with all of the end of school year activities. With summer vacations just around the corner, often family life even gets busier. Here is a way to help you to keep your faith in your family life during this time and actually, all the time. Post a lined sheet on the refrigerator with the heading, “Keep in Your Prayers Today.” Family members are encouraged to write down what they want the other members of the family to pray for that day. What a wonderful way for all members of the family to connect with each other daily and realize that God is part of our daily lives!


CALLING ALL YOUNG ADULTS OF ST. MICHAEL’S PARISH!!!! If you are in  high school from St. Michael’s, mark your calendar NOW! We need for you to step forward and volunteer to help out at your parish Picnic on Sunday, July10th after the 9:00 mass. Your help is needed with the games and fun activities we are planning. Please, set a good example for our young ones and volunteer! Put your faith into action! More information as we get closer to the date! Mark your calendar, NOW!  


SERVERS NEEDED

 

Last we mass! It would be wonderful if this would happen every week.  Calling young people of St. Michael’s to volunteer to become acolytes, servers at the altar. Once you have received your First Communion you can become a server. It is easy and very rewarding. Call me or the rectory for more information or talk to me after Sunday’s mass!   God bless,    Lois Maczuzak

                     

 

NOTE MASS TIME CHANGE ON JULY 10TH TO 9:00 AM INSTEAD OF 10:30. 
 

THE MOST HOLY TRINITY

MAY 29, 2016

 

     05/30……………...………………..……….…No Mass     

05/31…..................................Members of the Military

  06/01......For all people traveling the holiday weekend

    06/02…..........................................Kateri Prayer Group

06/03.……….Waupochick Family LIving & Deceased

06/04.............................Barbara Wauposchick-Wilber

06/05.................................Popes, Preists & Religious 

  

 

                                                              Liturgical Ministers

                   Saturday, June 4, 2016 - 6:00 pm

Lector:   Lela Schwitzer     Servers:  Matthew Schwitzer   Eucharistic Minister : Pat Gwidt  
     Sunday, June 5, 2016 - 10:30 am 
                        Lector:  Jim & Ellie   Servers: Susan Shawanokasic  Eucharistic Minister :  Jim Gilane
                                                               Sokoly 

 

             Weekly Giving  

                      May 21st & 22nd

       Envelopes                      $2,793.00

          Loose                             $   456.30

             Home Mission                $    305.00

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATION 

 

 TECH HELP WANTED:  St. Michael’s is in need of someone with website management skills to help guide us with the ins and outs of the tech part of the web site. If you think you can help us with this effort, please call me at 715-851-2947. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter.

 

COMMITTEE INFORMATION   (Continued from last week)    

PASTORAL COUNCIL – MEMBERSHIP

PASTOR: The pastor presides over the pastoral council and is normally present for all meetings. The pastoral council selects a chairperson who chairs meetings, thereby allowing the pastor to fully participate in the deliberations of the pastoral council.

SECRETARY LAY TRUSTEE: The secretary lay trustee is a full member of the pastoral council.   QUALITIES: Members should be committed to the mission of the church and have a concern for the good of the whole parish. They should have time available, be persons of faith, hope and love, confirmed, practicing Catholics, in good standing with the church and members of the parish. They should also be reflective of the age, diversity and ethnicity of the parish.   SIZE:  It is recommended that the council, including the pastor and secretary lay trustee, be no larger than 12 members.  COUNCIL MODELS AND REPRESENTATION: Outlined below are two models for representation on the pastoral council. Either model may be used. However, parishes are encouraged to consider the organization of an “At Large Council”.

AT LARGE COUNCIL: With the exception of the pastor and secretary lay trustee, all members of the council are selected at large. Following their selection, the council prayerfully determines who will be the liaison to each of the parish committees and groups. The liaison is responsible for maintaining a strong communication link between the council and the committee.  He/she ensures that the council has an opportunity for dialogue and input on significant committee efforts as well as provides an opportunity for committees to be proactive and have input on council initiatives. When matters pertaining to the work of a specific committee are considered by the council, members of that committee should be invited to participate in those deliberations. 

 

REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL: With the exception of the pastor and secretary lay trustee, some members may be selected at large, while others are selected by major parish committees or organizations to represent their needs and concerns on the pastoral council.  SELECTION:   An ad hoc committee, often chaired by the vice chairperson, recruits and provides an orientation program for potential at large members. A slate of candidates is presented to the pastor for approval. Once approved, at an appropriate public event, and in a spirit of prayer, the names of potential members are selected by lot. Selection takes place in spring of each year. New members should receive an orientation before beginning their terms of office on July 1.  The selection of committee and organizational representative to the council in “Representative Councils”

should be determined by their respective group to coincide with the beginning of the program year on July 1.  STAFF: Only in exceptional situations, as determined by the pastor and with the approval of the diocesan Vicar General, should staff be members of the pastoral council. Staff is directly accountable to the pastor. Some staff may be present for meetings on a regular basis or an ad hoc basis serving as resource persons. Staff should receive agenda, minutes of council meetings, and opportunities for input for significant pastoral council initiatives via the pastor.  

 

TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK  . . .

 

       FUTURE EVENTS  

St. Michael’s received a grant from Black and Indian Mission for Religious Education Program in the amount of $3,000.00.   This money will be used for White Boards and educational materials for the Religious Education Classes.

 

TECH HELP WANTED:  St. Michael’s is in need of someone with website management skills to help guide us with the ins and outs of the tech part of the web site. If you think you can help us with this effort, please call me at 715-0851-2947. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter

ST. MICHAEL’S FAMILY PICNIC

July 10th after 9:00 mass. (Note change in mass time that day).  If you would like to volunteer your time or talent, please contact Tim or Kathryn Lohmiller Co-Chairs 715-526-9385.  

Silent Auction - Donations needed!

The Silent Auction committee is looking for donated items for this year's Parish Picnic. You can donate any Creative items, Gift Certificates, Store Gift Cards, Sporting Event Tickets or sponsor a donation for purchasing items for the auction. Items may be dropped off at the Parish office or contact Nancy & Joe Michel 715-799-5044, Judy & Dennis Jansen 715-799-4586 or Kathy & Tim Lohmiller 715-526-9385.


St Michael's Parish Pastoral Council Meeting June 7, 2016 at 5:30 pm Barrett Hall


Thank you to those who have donated to Home Missions. We have received $352.00 in donations. 

Gift and Thrift:  We are open the first and third Tuesday of the month from 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm., June 7th & June 21st   Contact Cookie Vigue if you have any questions 920-216-9240. 

FOOD PANTRY: We will be open the first and third Tuesday of the month. St Michael's Food Pantry will be open Tuesday June 7th & June 21st from 1:00-3:00 pm.  We are in need of toothpaste, meat sauce, canned fruit, tuna and pasta.  We still need one man for Tuesday Food Pantry Day.  Thank You Pat Gwidt 715-799-452

ST. MICHAEL’S FAMILY PICNIC

July 10th after 9:00 mass. (Note change in mass time that day).  If you would like to volunteer your time or talent, please contact Tim or Kathryn Lohmiller Co-Chairs 715-526-9385.   

 

Silent Auction - Donations needed!

The Silent Auction committee is looking for donated items for this year's Parish Picnic. You can donate any Creative items, Gift Certificates, Store Gift Cards, Sporting Event Tickets or sponsor a donation for purchasing items for the auction. Items may be dropped off at the Parish office or contact Nancy & Joe Michel 715-799-5044, Judy & Dennis Jansen 715-799-4586 or Kathy & Tim Lohmiller 715-526-9385.

 

St Michael's Parish Pastoral Council Meeting June 7, 2016 at 5:30 pm Barrett Hall


Thank you to those who have donated to Home Missions. We have received $352.00 in donations. 


Book Share will be closed for the month of May. We are moving to a new location in the Fr. David Barrett Hall. Grand Opening will be sometime in June.

Upcoming Events at St. Anthony Spirituality Center in Marathon

 June 3-5: Theme: Admitting & Accepting: Our Serenity Retreats are open to all recovering alcoholics of any denomination. We gather to explore the spiritual substance of the AA program. Various presenters. Cost of $185 includes six delicious buffet meals and overnight accommodations. Begins with supper on Friday and ends with noon meal on Sunday.  Contact St. Anthony’s in Marathon at 715-443-2236, info@sarcenter.com. Go to www.sarcenter.com to register for an upcoming event. 




St.  Anthony Spaghetti Dinner/Social  

Saturday, June 11th after 4:00 mass at the Neopit Community Center. We are celebrating Feast of St. Anthony, which is June 13th. Our menu is: Salad, spaghetti, garlic bread and desserts. 

 

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