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  • SAINT PIUS V Cannon Falls SAINT JOSEPH Miesville SAINT MARY New Trier SAINT MATHIAS Hampton

    SAINT JOHN BAPTIST Vermillion 14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JULY 3, 2016

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    Vestments A couple weeks ago, the administrator from my previous assignment gave me a call. She said she had been trying to text me and was puzzled why I had not returned

    her texts. I never received her texts. She blamed her phone and chalked it up to modern technology. The reason she was puzzled by my lack of response was that she had an offer that was too good for me to pass up.

    Five or six years ago, when I was at my previous assignment, I noticed that the vestments were getting threadbare, and I really did not care for them because they were monstrosities from the 70’s. So, at our fundraising dinner called the “Platinum Dinner”, we had a live auction and with a thing called “fund-a-need”. I communicated that the need was new vestments: chasubles and stoles for the priests, and dalmatics and stoles for the deacon. The deacon at my last assignment did not like wearing the dalmatic, but since dalmatics are the vestments deacons wear at Mass he wore it at my insistence. A dalmatic is a similar vestment to the priest’s chasuble, but the difference is that dalmatics have sleeves. So, with the money raised, we purchased four chasubles and four dalmatics, all with matching stoles for about $2000. Vestments are expensive, but $2000 is considered inexpensive when it comes to vestments.

    I leave my previous assignment for this one, and a few months later the new pastor is installed. He was not particular enamored with the vestment in the sacristy, and purchased new vestments. I did a funeral one time there. I saw the vestment. They looked OK, nothing too spectacular. But after a year with those new vestments, the pastor decided it was time to clean out the sacristy. Since I liked the vestments purchased from the money

    raised at the Platinum Dinner, they offered them to me as a gift from them. The price was right: free. So they are in the closet at Saint Pius, and Father Siebenaler and Deacon Kevin wore them for the first time on the day they were delivered to me. Unlike the deacon from my previous assignment, Deacon Kevin likes the idea of wearing a dalmatic, and opined that Saint Joe’s should purchase some dalmatics. I told him that we’ll see about that.—TB

    Coverage for the Extraordinary Form Mass I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that we have three priests that will cover the Extraordinary Form Mass on Sunday for the unforeseeable future. They are Father Andrew Jaspers, Father Byron Hagen, and Father Kyle Kowalczyk. Father Jaspers is parochial vicar at Saint Agnes in Saint Paul and is part-time spiritual director at Saint John Vianney Seminary. He will do the second and fourth Sundays of the month. Fathers Hagen and Kowalczyk are parochial vicars at Divine Mercy in Faribault, and will cover the first, third and fifth Sundays of the month. Father Kowalczyk was at the end of May and is excited to say the Mass in the Extraordinary Form. The bad news is that in order secure these priest to cover the Mass, the time of the Mass had to remain at 12:30.—TB

    Fr. Terry’s Weekly Appointments: Monday: Day Off Tuesday: 8:00 AM Mass (St. Pius) Wednesday: 5:00 PM Mass (.St Joe’s) Thursday: 9:30 AM Staff Meeting (St. Joe’s) 11:00 AM Dentist (Minneapolis) Friday: 8:00 AM Mass (St Pius) 11:00 AM Mass (The Gardens) Saturday: 3:00 PM Confessions (St. Pius) 4:00 PM Mass (St. Pius) Sunday: 8:30 AM Mass (St. Pius) 10:30 AM Mass (St. Joes)

  • CHURCH DIRECTORY 2

    CHURCH OF ST. PIUS V 410 Colvill St. W.

    Cannon Falls, MN 55009 507-263-2578

    Emergency # 651-229-5189

    Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am-2:00 pm

    Fax: 507-263-8005 E-mail: spvparish@gmail.com Website: www.stpiusvcf.org Pastor: Father Terry Beeson Retired: Fr. Leonard Siebenaler Deacon: Kevin Downie

    Masses

    Saturday 4:00 pm Sunday 8:30 am

    Weekdays Tuesday & Friday 8 am

    Confessions Saturday 3:00-3:30 pm Adoration: Friday ~ 8:30 am - 7 pm

    CHURCH OF SAINT JOSEPH

    23955 Nicolai Ave. E. Hastings, MN 55033

    651-437-3526 Emergency # 651-229-5189

    Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am-12:30 pm Fax: 651-437-3506 E-mail: stjosephm@embarqmail.com Website: www.stjosephmiesville.com Pastor Father Terry Beeson Retired: Fr. Leonard Siebenaler

    Masses Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 10:30 am 12:30 pm (Latin)

    Weekdays Wednesday 5:00 pm Thursday 8:30 am

    Confessions Saturday 5:30-5:45 pm Adoration: Thursday ~ 9 am-5 pm

    CHURCH OF SAINT MARY 8433 239th St. E.

    Hampton, MN 55031 651-437-5546 Emergency # 612-405-6955

    Parish Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:45-8:45 am Fax: 651-437-3506 E-mail: info@stmarysnewtrier.com Website: www.stmarysnewtrier.com Pastor Fr. Cole Kracke fr.cole@kracke.us Rectory Phone: 651-318-1005

    CHURCH OF SAINT

    MATHIAS 23315 Northfield Blvd. Hampton, MN 55031

    651-437-9030 Emergency # 612-405-6955

    Parish Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00—4:00 pm (Vermillion or Hampton) Fax: 651-437-3427 E-mail: parishoffice@stmathias.com Website: www.stmathias.com Pastor Fr. Cole Kracke fr.cole@kracke.us Rectory Phone: 651-318-1005

    CHURCH OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST 106 W. Main St.

    Vermillion, MN 55085 651-437-9030 Emergency # 612-405-6955

    Parish Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-4:00 pm (Vermillion or Hampton) Fax: 651-437-3427 E-mail: parishoffice@stmathias.com Website: stjohns-vermillion.com Pastor Fr. Cole Kracke fr.cole@kracke.us Rectory Phone: 651-318-1005 Convent Phone: 651-438-8680

    Miesville

    New Trier

    Hampton

    Vermillion

    Tri-Parish Schedule

    Saturday 4:15 pm Confessions St. Mathias 5:00 pm Mass St. Mathias

    Sunday 8:00 am Mass St. Mary’s 10:00 am Mass St. John the Baptist

    Monday

    Tuesday 6:00 pm Confessions St. John the Baptist 6:30 pm Mass St. John the Baptist

    Wednesday 9:00 am Mass St. John the Baptist (8:00 am during the summer)

    Thursday 8:30 am Mass St. Mathias 9:00 am Confessions St. Mathias 9:00 am-5:00 pm Adoration St. Mathias

    Friday 7:30 am Mass St. Mary’s 8:00 am-3:00 pm Adoration St. Mary’s

    First Saturday 8:30 am Mass St. Mary’s 9:00 am Confessions St. Mary’s Devotions St. Mary’s

  • FROM FATHER COLE 3 Happy Independence Day weekend. I am sure that many of our parishioners will be on the road this long weekend and I wish them a restful and safe vacation. We also welcome any visitors who may be visiting us. This weekend also marks my one year anniversary here as your Pastor. It has been an incredible first year with highlights, and as to be expected some lows. An assignment like this is a challenge for any pastor, but I think more so for a first time pastor. I appreciate all of the counsel and feedback that I have received from many of our parishioners and various boards and councils. Always know that I am ready to hear your comments or suggestions and give consideration to them. I look forward to sharing more of our progress and challenges when we send out the annual report to each parish family. These should be received in September/ October. I did not write a Pastor’s letter with the report last year as I did not have a good grasp on where we were, but with a year under my belt there is more clarity. This past fiscal year (July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016), our three parishes held 13 weddings, 14 funerals and 13 baptisms. Final budget numbers for the year will not be known for another week or two but a summary for each parish will be in the bulletin as soon as possible. Thank you for your continued support of your parish. With regards to the bulletin, I am in discussion with the publisher of our bulletin (Liturgical Publications) about completing the plan that I proposed last August to separate our three parishes into their own bulletin. The 5 parish bulletin has the distinction of being the second largest parish bulletin in the state of Minnesota, only second to St. Stephens in Anoka which publishes a bi-lingual bulletin. They are also a parish that has over 10,000 parishioners and three resident priests. I have always felt that our bulletin is “too busy” and a lot of space is wasted due to repetition and I look forward to a more streamlined bulletin that will be easier to follow and offer more flexibility. I would like to have this completed by September 1st but will have more clarity after meeting with our sales representative. Still Looking! I am still looking for people interested in serving on the parish and finance council at each Church. With regards to parish council, elections will be determined based on the number of candidates that

    we have who are interested. If it is only a few, it will be possible to bypass an election and just use the pastor’s appointment. This in in contrast to the Finance Council which is solely by appointment. If you desire to serve on either

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