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  • Saint Mary Catholic Church 32 1

    st St. NE

    Winnebago, Minnesota

    Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church 214 S. Holland

    Blue Earth, Minnesota

    Pastor: Rev. Peter Klein

    Administrative Assistant: Pat Boettcher; Faith Formation & Youth Ministry: Angie Nagel & Pat Salic

    Maintenance: Duane Rorman (SS Peter & Paul)

    Office: 214 S. Holland, Blue Earth 56013; 507-526-5626 – Website: www.sspeterpaulmary.org

    Summer Office hours: Mon., 8 a.m. – noon., Tues., 8 a.m. – 10 a.m., Wed., 9 a.m. – noon., Thurs., 8:00 – noon.

    Sunday, June 16th, 2019 – The Most Holy Trinity SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE

    Saturday, 5:15 p.m., SS. Peter & Paul

    Sunday, 8:00 a.m., St. Mary

    Sunday, 10:00 a.m., SS. Peter & Paul

    DAILY MASS SCHEDULE

    Tuesday, 8:30 a.m., St. Mary

    Wednesday, 7:30 a.m., SS. Peter & Paul

    Thursday, 10:00 a.m., St Luke’s, Blue Earth

    Friday, 8:30 a.m., SS. Peter & Paul (1st Friday

    Mass is followed by Holy Hour)

    Please check page 3 of bulletin for

    any changes to the schedule

    Sacrament of Reconciliation

    Saturday, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m., SS. Peter & Paul

    Sunday, 7:15 – 7:45 a.m., St. Mary

    Sacrament of Baptism

    Arrangements are made by contacting the pastor in

    advance of the date.

    Sacrament of Marriage

    Arrangements for preparation & the date are made by

    contacting the pastor at least 6 months before.

    Pastoral Care of the Elderly/Sick

    Please contact the pastor when someone is hospitalized or

    homebound.

    Prayer Network

    Anyone wishing to have the prayerful support of our

    parish community may relay your prayer request to Ruth

    Kastner (943-3478) or Jeanette Verdoorn (526-2333) to

    initiate the calling tree.

    For prayers requests for St. Mary's, call Mary Franta

    (893-4326) or Chris Rockers (893-3729).

    Faith Formation We have resources & activities for growth & formation

    of faith in all members of all ages. For our young people,

    we have programs & youth ministries coordinated by

    Angie Nagel at SS. Peter & Paul (526-5626) & Pat Salic

    at St. Mary (236-2195).

    Joining or Returning to the Catholic Church

    The rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the

    process for adults to become members of the Catholic

    Church. For additional information, please contact the

    pastor.

    To rent the Social Hall of SS Peter & Paul

    To schedule activities/events, please contact Pat

    Boettcher(526-5626)

    Bulletin notices Contact Pat by Wednesday afternoon at

    the office ([email protected]) or by phone (526-

    5626).

    http://www.sspeterpaulmary.org/mailto:[email protected]

  • PASTOR’S PARISHABLES

    We continue to make progress on our July 1st transition:

    Our 2 parishes will be linked with Fairmont-East Chain

    & will be pastored by Fr. Andrew Beerman, currently

    pastor in Fairmont-East Chain, with the assistance of Fr.

    Brian Mulligan, ordained 1 year ago & currently

    associate pastor at the Winona Cathedral. They will both

    be at all 3 of the Masses here in Blue Earth-Winnebago

    on their 1st weekend, July 6/7, for introductions & next

    steps. I’m anticipating good things for you: Not only a

    new voice but new voices. Every pastor brings his own

    gifts & ideas & emphases in ministry & reaches different

    people in different ways. The new pastors coming soon

    will bring a good time of new growth.

    Our churches look a little more ordinary now that the

    Easter Season is completed. “Ordinary,” in fact, is the

    term we use for the time of the year apart from Advent-

    Christmas (celebrating the incarnation) & Lent-Easter

    (celebrating the paschal mystery). But “ordinary,”

    liturgically, does not mean ordinary as we ordinarily use

    the word ordinary. That plain term in Latin (ordinare)

    means “to set in order or in relation to each other,” so

    “Ordinary Time Sundays” are not plain ones but ordered

    ones. Queued up. These 34 Sundays are set in order to

    tell the rest of the story. Or, in the official language of our

    Church’s lectionary: These 34 Sundays in each liturgical

    cycle “do not celebrate a specific aspect of the mystery of

    Christ but are devoted to the mystery of Christ in all its

    aspects.”

    Ordinary Time has 2 phases, a shorter one in winter

    between the season of Christmas & the season of Lent

    and a longer one through the summer & fall between the

    season of Easter & the season of Advent. The pre-Lenten

    phase begins Monday after the Baptism of our Lord. It’s

    then interrupted by Ash Wednesday for the seasons of

    Lent & Easter; then it resumes Monday after Pentecost &

    continues until the end of the Church year.

    The 1st 2 Sundays when Ordinary Time resumes after

    Pentecost have had special feast days assigned to them

    (like Christ the King has been assigned to the last Sunday

    in Ordinary Time, the Sunday before Advent). These 2

    feasts following Pentecost are today’s Trinity Sunday &

    next Sunday’s Body & Blood of Christ (also known as

    Corpus Christi). They are “concept” feasts, not

    commemorating events like Easter & Pentecost but

    celebrate truths of our faith.

    The great mystery of the Blessed Trinity that we’re

    celebrating today, as we’ve noted before, is represented

    symbolically in the windows of both our churches. In St.

    Mary’s, near the back on the left, is that unique triangle

    with the Latin words: “The Father is God,” “The Father is

    not the Son,” “the Son is God,” “the Son is not the

    Father,” & so on. In SS Peter & Paul’s,

    above the Good Shepherd image in the

    main sanctuary window, there are

    images of the hand, the lamb, & the

    dove, representing the Father, the Son,

    & the Holy Spirit (overwhelmed by the

    Good Shepherd image & so hardly noticed).

    Each year I provide a directory of the Mankato

    Deanery of priests, so you can be more familiar with our

    Church beyond our parishes. Here’s 2019 – 2020’s:

    The Mankato Deanery of the Diocese of Winona

    In our deanery there are 9 pastors of 22 parishes

    (Only 3 of the 22 are not linked to others: Waseca Sacred

    Heart; Mankato’s SS. Peter & Paul and St. John)

    There are 14 priests in our deanery:

    9 pastors, 1 associate, 1 seminary rector, 3 senior priests

    These are the 9 pastorates:

    Fairmont-Blue Earth-Winnebago-East Chain,

    Fr. Andrew Beerman + associate Fr. Brian Mulligan

    Janesville-Waldorf-New Richland, Fr. Antony Arokiyam

    Madison Lake-St. Clair, Fr. Robert Schneider

    Mankato, St. John the Baptist, Fr. John Kunz

    Mankato, St. Joseph & Lake Crystal, Fr. Tim Reker

    Mankato, SS. Peter & Paul, Fr. Andrew Whiting

    Mapleton-Vernon Center-Good Thunder, Fr. Andy Vogel

    St. James-Madelia, Fr. Tim Hall

    Waseca, Fr. Greg Leif

    Wells-Minnesota Lake-Easton, Fr. Greg Havel

    2 of these 14 priests are in special ministry:

    Fr. Vogel at the Newman Center at MSU &

    Fr. Javier Ibarra in a Mankato seminary

    There are 3 senior priests:

    Fr. Joe Fogal, Fr. Andy Olsem, & Fr. Gene Stenzel

    The Deanery includes a number of Catholic schools:

    Fairmont (pre-K – 6), Madelia (pre-K – 6), Madison Lake

    (child care; pre-school; all-day/every-day kdgrtn),

    Mankato (pre-K – 12), Waseca (pre-K – 4), Wells (K – 6)

    There is a high school seminary in Mankato:

    Bl Jose Sanchez Del Rio (Institute of the Incarnate Word)

    There is a Newman Center at MSU in Mankato:

    St. Thomas More

    There is a motherhouse of sisters in Mankato:

    The School Sisters of Notre Dame.

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  • Mass Schedule – BE=SS Peter & Paul, W=St. Mary’s Mon No Mass Tue. /W 8:30 AM – Mike Ziegler Wed./BE 7:30 AM – Leo Killion Thur. BE – St. Luke’s 10:00AM – Francis & Phyllis Sohler Fri. /BE 8:30AM – Connie Hanlon Sat. /BE 5:15PM – Fred & Anita Virnig Sun./W 8:00AM –Teresa Walters Sun./BE 10:00AM – Ray Detke

    NEXT WEEK’S MINISTRY SCHEDULE:

    Sat. , June 22: Servers: Carissa Engesser SSPP Eucharistic Ministers: Don Bleess/Mary Warner & Mary Uppena Gift Bearers: Jason & Andrea Spencer family Ushers: Bob Spencer Group Sun., June 23: Servers: Spencer Salic St. Mary’s Brody Haugh Eucharistic Ministers: Joyce Eastvold/Rich Findley & Mark Franta Gift Bearers: Chuck & Sara Murry Ushers: Mike Salic Sr. & Mike Salic Jr. Sun., June 23: Servers: Brandi Uecker SSPP Ministers of Communion: Margaret Haag/Shawn Hassing & Vitres Samek Gift Bearers: Scott & Amy Kramer family Ushers: Shawn Hassing Group

    KC Corner

    June 21st-KC Cooking @ St Mary's Church

    for Fr. Klein potluck.

    June 30th Parish Picnic @ SSPP serving our

    grilled chicken.

    The SS Peter and Paul Parish picnic will be Sunday, June 30, 2019, after the 10:00 am Mass. It will be a potluck meal as in the past with the Knights of Columbus grilling chicken.

    Parish members attending are asked to

    bring the following: salads or side dishes

    for those with last names beginning with A-

    P and desserts for those with last names

    beginning with Q-Z. We will also take this time to honor Father Klein for his time with us.

    Mission items: Council of Catholic Families the Sacred Heart Mission is no longer in need of empty pill bottles. Please don’t drop any more off at church until we hear otherwise.

    Pastoral Council, Finance Council & CCF minutes are available at SSPP church entrance.

    To the Knights of Columbus Blue Earth

    and Winnebago: Thank you to all who

    helped us move to our apartment and to help

    move our items out to the fairgrounds for our

    auction. We really appreciated your kindness

    and thoughtfulness. Dale & Karen Bleess

    Nacel Open Door is seeking a short term

    WELCOME family for students that would attend

    the Blue Earth High School in the fall, 2019-2020.

    Roberto of Spain, Nam of Vietnam, Ilgaz of Turkey

    and Serena of Italy. Please contact Julienne Antes at

    507-304-2143 to choose your student and for more

    information.

    Mark your Calendars!! Farewell Party for

    Fr. Peter Klein St. Mary’s Church Hall

    Friday June 21, at 6:00pm. Hamburgers, pork

    burgers, hotdogs, and all the fixings,

    Beverages and dessert will be provided. Just

    bring a dish to share!!

    SACRIFICIAL GIVING

    Sacrificial Giving, SS Peter & Paul: 6/8 & 9 /2019

    Adult/Plate giving needed weekly: $4,292.00

    Adult/Plate giving last week: $3545.50

    Adult/Plate giving needed yr-to-date: $214,600.00

    Adult/Plate giving fiscal yr-to-date: $208,815.41

    Sacrificial Giving, St. Mary: 6/9/2019

    Adult/Plate giving needed weekly: $1,057.00

    Adult/Plate giving last week: $1093.60

    Adult/Plate giving needed yr-to-date: $52,850.00

    Adult/Plate giving fiscal yr-to-date: $61,415.29

  • FAITH FORMATION/YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS Angie Nagel - 526-5626 (office) - 526-3485 (home) - 507-276-5114 (cell), [email protected]

    Amor Dei Mission Trip Who: Youth currently in Grades 8-12

    When: Sunday, June 16 - Wednesday, June

    19

    Where: Mankato, MN -- Fitzgerald Middle

    School

    Cost: ONLY $50.00 -- includes housing,

    meals, supplies, camp t-shirt

    What: You don't have to travel hundreds

    of miles away to find opportunities for

    service. During this mission trip, all service

    will be done in the greater Mankato area.

    Interested??? -- Contact Angie as soon as

    possible if you are interested in participating

    in this 3 day mission trip that's only 50 miles

    away and only $50.00!!

    Joyful Noise Choir Joyful Noise will be singing for the 10:00AM Mass on Sunday, June 30th. All youth and adults are welcome to join us! We will practice at 9:00AM, right before Mass!

    Fall Rummage Sale Spring cleaning is upon us! Are you cleaning out your basement, garage and/or closets and finding things you don't need or use or want anymore? Don't throw those things away! Save them for the SSPP Youth Rummage Sale fundraiser this Fall! Unfortunately, we don't have a place to store things before the sale in September so hopefully you can find a corner somewhere in your home to pile things up. If you have a question about whether or not we will take something you would like to donate, please don't hesitate to call me anytime.

    TOTUS TUUS being offered at SJV this summer! Grades 1-6 -- July 22-26, 9:00AM - 2:30PM -- Prayer, snacks, songs, games, skits, water activities, daily Mass and so much more! Grades 7-12 -- July 21-25, 7:30 - 9:40PM -- Prayer, discussion, snacks, fellowship, and fun activities! Cost: $20 per child / family max of $40

    Calling all Young Singers

    Come sing with the National Catholic

    Youth Choir!

    Friday, July 12, 2019 -- 2:00 - 8:00PM

    Concert performance will be at 7:00PM.

    Our Lady of Good Counsel, Mankato,

    MN Rehearse and perform with world renown

    conductor Andre Heywood.

    Free t-shirt and dinner included.

    Register at

    www.CatholicYouthChoir.org. Sponsored by the College of Saint Benedict

    & Saint John's University.

    mailto:[email protected]://www.catholicyouthchoir.org/
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Saint Mary Catholic Church 32 1 st St. NE Winnebago, Minnesota Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church 214 S. Holland Blue Earth, Minnesota Pastor: Rev. Peter Klein Administrative Assistant: Pat Boettcher; Faith Formation & Youth Ministry: Angie Nagel & Pat Salic Maintenance: Duane Rorman (SS Peter & Paul) Office: 214 S. Holland, Blue Earth 56013; 507-526-5626 Website : www.sspeterpaulmary.org Summer Office hours: Mon., 8 a.m. noon., Tues., 8 a.m. 10 a.m., Wed., 9 a.m. noon., Thurs., 8:00 noon. Sunday, June 16 th , 2019 The Most Holy Trinity SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE Saturday, 5:15 p.m., SS. Peter & Paul Sunday, 8:00 a.m., St. Mary Sunday, 10:00 a.m., SS. Peter & Paul DAILY MASS SCHEDULE Tuesday, 8:30 a.m., St. Mary Wednesday, 7:30 a.m., SS. Peter & Paul Thursday, 10:00 a.m., St Luke’s, Blue Earth Friday, 8:30 a.m., SS. Peter & Paul (1 st Friday Mass is followed by Holy Hour) Please check page 3 of bulletin for any changes to the schedule Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday, 4:00 5:00 p.m., SS. Peter & Paul Sunday, 7:15 7:45 a.m., St. Mary Sacrament of Baptism Arrangements are made by contacting the pastor in advance of the date. Sacrament of Marriage Arrangements for preparation & the date are made by contacting the pastor at least 6 months before. Pastoral Care of the Elderly/Sick Please contact the pastor when someone is hospitalized or homebound. Prayer Network Anyone wishing to have the prayerful support of our parish community may relay your prayer request to Ruth Kastner (943-3478) or Jeanette Verdoorn (526-2333) to initiate the calling tree. For prayers requests for St. Mary's, call Mary Franta (893-4326) or Chris Rockers (893-3729). Faith Formation We have resources & activities for growth & formation of faith in all members of all ages. For our young people, we have programs & youth ministries coordinated by Angie Nagel at SS. Peter & Paul (526-5626) & Pat Salic at St. Mary (236-2195). Joining or Returning to the Catholic Church The rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process for adults to become members of the Catholic Church. For additional information, please contact the pastor. To rent the Social Hall of SS Peter & Paul To schedule activities/events, please contact Pat Boettcher(526-5626) Bulletin notices Contact Pat by Wednesday afternoon at the office ([email protected] ) or by phone (526- 5626).
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