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    ST. PETER & ST. CASIMIR

    PARISH BULLETIN SEPTEMBER 17, 2017 — 24th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    FRIENDLY REMINDERS

    This Sunday 9/17: III Order of Secular Franciscans Potluck after 10:30 Mass @ Franciscans Downtown ALL ARE WELCOME! Wednesday 9/20: REP Classes Begin, located in St. Peter Middle School 6:15-7:30 Grades 1-6 6:30-8:00 Grades 7-8

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    St. Peter’s Pastor: Rev. Arul Joseph Visuvasam v_aruljoseph@hotmail.com or 715-344-6115

    Deacon: Ray Heitzinger Lay Ministry Coordinator rheitzinger@outlook.com

    Administrative Assistant: Tracy Spoerl stpeters@pacellicatholicschools.com

    Parish Secretary: Judy McLaughlin bulletin-secretary@pacellicatholicschools.com

    Director of Religious Education: Shirley Wanserski dre-stpeters@pacellicatholicschools.com

    Youth Minister: Jodi Moss youthminister@togetherinfaith.org

    Music Director: Nicole Van Tiem nicolevantiem@gmail.com

    Pacelli Catholic Middle School (Grades 5-8)

    Principal: Ellen Lopas: 715-344-1890

    PCS Central Office: 715-341-2445

    Maintenance/Custodian: Paul Firkus

    Parish Office Hours:

    M - TH 8:30 - 3:00

    Friday 8:30 - 11:30

    Closed Friday afternoon

    PLEASE FIND YOUR OWN SUBSTITUTE IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO SERVE - THANK YOU

    MONDAY, September 18

    8:15 am Mass @ Holy Spirit (thru Sept)

    TUESDAY, September 19

    8:00 am †Jacqueline Werra

    †Stanislaus Eberhard WEDNESDAY, September 20

    8:00 am †Elaine Pulchinski

    Special Intention for Brothers & Sisters of Ed Krayecki

    THURSDAY, September 21

    8:00 am †Donna Sipla

    †Bob Rowe

    FRIDAY, September 22

    8:00 am †Mary/Victor Ziolkowski

    †Michael Parnell McGrail, Sr.

    SATURDAY, September 23

    8:00 am Communion Service

    4:00 pm †Dorothy Drefcinski

    For the Families of St. Peter & St. Casimir Parishes

    SUNDAY, September 24

    7:30 am †Stanley Karcz

    †Myron Laska

    10:30 am †Martha Czaplinski

    †Clara Stanchik

    Parish Website: stpeter.us�

    SAINT PETER’S MASS INTENTIONS THIS WEEK

    Contact Information:

    � Date & Time� (Next Week)�

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    � MINISTERS �

    of the� EUCHARIST�

    � ALTAR �

    SERVERS�

    � MINISTERS �

    of� HOSPITALITY�

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    SELLERS�

    � SATURDAY� 4:00pm� September 23, 2017� �

    � Mary Sadler� Beverly Niescior�

    � Gladys Glodoski� Matthew Bablitch� Gerald Weber�

    � Mark Pakulski� **NEED� SERVERS**� �

    � Kelly Feist� Jeffrey Feist� Virginia Groshek� Katie Riedl�

    � Dawn � Weber�

    � SUNDAY� 7:30am� September 24, 2017�

    � Lee Petersen� Brenda Suplicki�

    � Pamela Spaid� Michael Spaid� Mary Makuski�

    Felix Van Tiem� Kristoph Van Tiem� Frederick Van Tiem� Bánk Bodor� Huba Bodor� Koppány Bodor�

    � Frederick Vieth� Bob Govet� Marvin Przekurat� Darlene Przekurat�

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    � SUNDAY� 10:30am� September 24, 2017�

    � William Maher� Angel Gebeau�

    � Eve Krueger� Cheryl Kehl� Natalino Xuereb�

    � Corey Baron� Christian Baron� Isaac Bacon� Mathias Gebeau�

    � Gene Numsen� Paul Firkus� Mary Kitowski� Carl Knuese�

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    Holy Mass Explained � 5� �

    Before leaving for my vacation in August, I started explaining about the Holy Mass. I stopped with Part 1, “Gathering Rites”, which concludes with the Opening Prayer. This week I resume it from Part 2.� � Part 2: Liturgy of the Word � After the Gathering Rites, we sit down and listen to the Word of God. It is proclaimed to us from the Holy Scripture, which has totally 73 Books (Old Testament 46 Books and New Testa- ment 27 Books) written by human authors, but inspired by the Holy Spirit. On Sundays, there are three readings read from the Bible. We believe that God speaks to us in the in- spired Books. Hence, the reader, at the end of the reading, announces “This is the Word of God”. Having heard God speaking to us, we all respond saying “Thanks be to God.” � �

    The first reading is read from the Old Testament, except dur- ing the Easter Season, during which it is read from the “Acts of the Apostles” in the New Testament. This narrates the his- tory of how God manifested His love, chose the people of Isra- el, made covenant with them; at the same time, how the peo- ple were not faithful in responding to God’s love. Generally, the first reading is related to the Gospel passage chosen for the day. � �

    Following the first reading one of the Psalms, which is an in- spired hymnal from the Book of Psalms in the Old Testament, is either sung or recited. The psalm is very closely connected to the theme of the first reading. � �

    The second reading is read usually from one of the letters of St. Paul. Sometimes it is read also from one of the letters of St. Peter or of St. John. � �

    The third reading is taken from one of the four Gospels. Since we believe of the unique presence of Christ, who speaks to us directly in the Gospel, it has been a long custom in the Catho- lic Church to stand in attentive reverence to hear the Gospel. The Gospel is always read by the priest or the deacon, repre- senting Christ. At the beginning of the Gospel�reading, having introduced from which of the Gospel the passage is read, we all make sign of the cross on the forehead, lips and the heart. We do so, in order that we may be cleansed in our mind to understand God’s Word, lips to proclaim His Word and heart to love Him dearly. The priest or the deacon concludes the Gos- pel�reading saying “The Gospel of the Lord

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