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    Dear parishioners and friends of St. Pius V and St. Joseph parish communities,

    St Pius V is undergoing significant changes, as previously announced Mickey Kimmes is retiring after 33 years of faithful service to St. Pius V church. Please join us in wishing Mickey well as she begins the next adventure of her life. Change is never easy. It always demands saying “good bye” to a way of thinking and living in order to say “hello” to something new. Please join us in honoring Mickey at her reception held on Sunday, June 15th after the 8:30 am mass in St. Pius V’s basement.

    Over the course of this summer St. Pius V parish will commence work on four major projects. The first project is remodeling the liturgical space; it includes installing new church pews, new altar, painting, and matching colors for the new furnishings. Volunteers are needed to help Shawn Carpenter installing the pews; painting, heavy lifting, cleaning, and gardening are greatly needed and appreciated.

    The second project had already begun over Lent time 2013, this project included a much needed space addition and utilities for our church kitchen; the new addition will ease the kitchen’s traffic and enhance the use of our kitchen facility for parish events.

    The third project involves the installation of a Marian Shrine on the southeast corner of the church; the Marian shrine and landscape include a 4’ wide sidewalks connecting to the sidewalk by the south entrance of the church. This statue depicts Mary as a Mother holding a child with two small children praying and looking up to our Blessed Mother.

    The outdoor project has a seating area and a platform for the statue. A garden committee is being formed to maintain the area around the shrine, if you are willing to volunteer a couple of hours of your summer doing gardening at St. Pius V, please contact Jeanette Croatt.

    The fourth project includes the construction of a 16’ semi-circular driveway on the south side of the church. The new driveway will have an entrance of about four parking spaces up from the present sidewalk and will exit next to the garage. After the addition of an elevator last fall and drop-off driveway this fall St. Pius V’s south entrance is quickly becoming the most popular entrance to our church facility. All these projects have been submitted and approved by the members of St. Pius V’s Parish Council.

    Change and transformation is not easy, but it is necessary. John Henry Newman reminded us: “To live is to change, and to have changed often is to have become perfect.” As Catholics all must look to responsible use of our limited resources. Good stewardship makes it important to find ways to share our resources creatively. For this purpose I am inviting you to prayerfully consider contributing to these projects. We have set up a contribution account named, “Blessed Virgin Chart Account”. Perhaps, you will like to give your contribution as memorial for a love one.

    Friends in Christ, together we can complete these projects and more. Do not forget to turn to Our Blessed Mother in prayer because “through her anything is possible”.

    Yours Truly, Fernando Ortega, Pastor


    CHURCH OF ST. PIUS V 410 Colvill St. W. • P.O. Box 367

    Cannon Falls, MN 55009 507-263-2578

    Emergency # 651-229-5189

    Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am-4:00 pm

    Office closed for lunch 11:30 am-12:30 pm.

    Fax: 507-263-8005 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.stpiusvcf.org Pastor: Father Fernando Ortega Retired: Fr. Leonard Siebenaler

    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 - 8 pm

    Deacon Kevin Downie [email protected]


    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: [email protected] Website: www.stjosephmiesville.com Pastor Father Fernando Ortega Retired: Fr. Leonard Siebenaler

    Masses Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am (Latin) 10:30 am

    Weekdays Wednesday 5:00 pm Thursday 8:30 am

    Confessions Saturday 5:30-5:45 pm Adoration: Thursday ~ 9 am-7 pm

    CHURCH OF SAINT MARY 8433 239th St. E.

    Hampton, MN 55031 651-437-5546 Emergency # 651-629-0809

    Parish Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:45-8:45 am Fax: 651-437-3506 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.stmarysnewtrier.com Fr. Stan Mader [email protected] Rectory Phone: 437-5652

    Masses Memorial Day Weekend—Labor Day

    Sunday 8:00 am After Labor Day—January 1

    Sunday 8:00 am January 1—Memorial Day Weekend

    Saturday 5:00 pm (Confessions at 4 pm)

    Weekdays M & F -7:30 am & 1st Sat 8:30 am

    Confessions Saturday 9:00-9:30 am

    Adoration: Monday 8 am - 4 pm


    MATHIAS 23315 Northfield Blvd. Hampton, MN 55031

    651-437-9030 Emergency # 651-629-0809

    Parish Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00—4:00 pm (Vermillion or Hampton) Fax: 651-437-3427 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.stmathias.com Fr. Stan Mader [email protected] Rectory Phone: 437-5652

    Masses Memorial Day Weekend—Labor Day

    Sunday 10:00 am After Labor Day—January 1

    Saturday 5:00 pm (Confessions at 4 pm) January 1—Memorial Day Weekend

    Sunday 8:00 am

    Weekdays T & F 8:30 am

    Confessions Friday 9:00 –9:30 am

    Adoration: Tuesday ~ 9 am - 7 pm


    Vermillion, MN 55085 651-437-9030 Emergency # 651-629-0809

    Parish Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-4:00 pm (Vermillion or Hampton) Fax: 651-437-3427 E-mail: [email protected] Website: stjohns-vermillion.com Fr. Stan Mader [email protected]

    Rectory Phone: 437-5652 School Phone: 437-2644

    Masses Memorial Day Weekend—Labor Day

    Saturday 5:00 pm (Confessions at 4 pm) After Labor Day—January 1

    Sunday 10:00 am January 1—Memorial Day Weekend

    Sunday 10:00 am

    Weekdays Tuesday 6:30 pm & Wednesday 9 am/8 am (non-school days)

    Confessions Tuesday 6:00-6:30 pm


    New Trier



  • FROM FATHER STAN 3 As the school year ends, there are a number of transitions, whether in attitude, approach to life (It’s summer!) moving to a different school or having ended formal education, physical moves, or changes in marital status, any number of things.

    Some changes in our parishes: Mass times – I appreciate that most people are being supportive about this. I do recognize that when you reduce services, there are sacrifices. On the other hand, it will allow me to be more present on Sundays, to visit faith formation classes a bit at Vermillion, attend and/or encourage gatherings after Masses in other parishes and provide each parish with some time at a premium, community building time for the Eucharist.

    Sr. Tresa is stepping down as principal, as noted before. She will become the director of faith formation for all three parishes, as well as do some pastoral visiting, facilitate some adult education, and working part time as an aid in the school. Surprisingly, we hope to have her do this while working a reduced schedule. Sr. Tresa Margret and Sr. Noel will be leaving for India Monday, June 9, returning in mid-August. Blessings on their time away, reconnecting with family and their religious community in India.

    Raena Reinardy is stepping away from facilitating the Faith Formation classes for St. Mary and St. Mathias. I very much appreciated her work with that these past several years. It took some work off my plate, and gave me some flexibility when hearing confessions in and out of the parish during Advent and Lent. It became a bigger job than originally planned, with more responsibilities, especially with the older grades. She handled it all with skill, grace and good nature. Thanks Raena!

    In addition, at all parishes there will be some maintenance work done, whether small or large, e.g. some painting or varnishing at St. Mathias, painting and roof repair and landscaping at St. John the Baptist, heating system replacement and other possible items at St. Mary’s Church. I’m hoping for a rather quiet summer, but it probably won’t be!

    Several of our parishes have not yet reached their goal for the Catholic Services appeal. At St. Mary and St. Mathias we need a bit more in order to get a rebate from the Archdiocese. Please make a donation if you have not done so yet.

    What makes a parish a parish? It is more than a place to hold services, be it Sunday Mass, weddings, baptisms or funerals. A parish needs members, not consumers. It needs to worship, do ministry, educate, reach out to other, show charity, develop ways of prayer, study, hospitality and generosity. About 25 years ago a group of people looked at the scriptures, canon law and other resources and came up with a list of seven essential elements for a vibrant parish.

    They include: Sacraments and Worship. Through these the parish community experiences sacred moments of healing, forgiveness, commitment, communion and service. The celebration of the Eucharist and well planned worship services which effectively proclaim the Word of God among us and invite active participation by all members will be provided by the parish so that the parishioners may be initiated and sustained in the Body of Christ.

    Prayer and Spirituality. The parish community is primarily a community of faith. Opportunities for places and times of private and communal prayer are to be provided with sensitivity toward the rich variety of cultural expressions.

    Ministry, Charity and Justice. Members of the parish are called to become ministers through their reception of the sacraments of initiation: Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. The most significant place for that ministry to take place is in the everyday life of parishioners seeking to renew society with the spirit of the gospel. The parish community must also acknowledge and promote ministry which is directed to, for, and with the sick, the dying, the poor, the disabled, the afflicted, the lonely, the alienated, and the unborn. It must also promote family life, catechesis, education and action on behalf of justice for all.

    In the celebration of the sacred liturgy, the various ministries of the Church such as reader, special Eucharistic minister, server and cantor should be exercised, for it is in the assembly of the people of God that the Church is a sign or sacrament of its own nature.

    Evangelization and the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) The parish community shall have planned programs and processes to give and receive the gospel with all including those who no longer practice their religion or who do not actively embrace any religion.

    Education and Catechesis. One measure of a parish’s success “... is its ability to foster a sense of vocation, of eagerness to live out the basic baptismal commitment to service whether this be done as a lay person, religious, deacon or priest. The parish community will ensure that the Catholic Education is available to all its members, of all ages.

    Consultation and Governance. The parish community shall ensure that consultative structures be in place within the parish whereby the pastor will be made aware of the people’s needs, especially spiritual needs, their desires and their opinion on matters which pertain to the good of the Church so as to develop an awareness that all parishioners are members of the parish as well as the diocesan and Universal Church. Administration and Stewardship. The parish community shall ensure proper and just fiscal administration, business, personnel and property management in response to the community’s commitment of time, talent and treasure.

    Is your parish doing all this? Are you a part of it?

  • Find us on the web at www.stpiusvcf.org and connect with Faith Formation and

    Youth Ministry on Facebook at St. Pius V Faith Formation & Youth Ministry.

    Join us for a reception for Mickey Kimmes in celebration of her 33 years of service at St. Pius V on Sunday, June 15th in the lower level following the 8:30 am Mass. Refreshments will be available. Mickey will retire at the end of June, 2014. All are welcome!

    A reminder to Altar Servers that they need to be at church 15 minutes prior to the beginning of Mass to help with the preparation for Mass (lighting candles etc). If you are unable to be at a Mass that you are scheduled for, you need to find a replacement.

    There will be no church cleaning until the pew project is completed.

    The St. Pius V Parish Family welcomes Keegan Thomas Schweigert, son of Aaron & Stacie Schweigert, who was baptized here Sunday, June 1st.

    Time to sign up for VBS! VBS is Monday, June 23-Thursday, June 26 from 5:30-8:00pm. The theme is “Weird Animals, Where Jesus’ love is One-of-a-Kind”. VBS is for children entering preschool-grade 5 in the fall. There is no registration fee and dinner is included. Volunteers will be needed to help with food and activities. Please contact Debbie Bauer at 507-263-4680 or email to [email protected] if you would like to volunteer. Extra registration forms are available at church entrances or online. The link is on the home page. Sign-up to volunteer is also available in the front entrance of the church.

    See comm. page 9 for MINIstree!

    PULSE youth is having a fundraiser Thursday, June 12th. They will be asking for donations to park cars in the lower level lot on the day of the bike race. They will also have a food stand for hot dogs and beverages.

    Old church pews from St. Pius V are available to anyone who wants them. Please arrange your own transport.

    Camp Victory Lock-in forms and payment due date has been extended by a week. The forms and payment are now due Sunday, June 15th. The cost is $40. Forms and payment can be dropped at the parish office. Extra form packets are available at church entrances and online. The lock-in is for youth entering grades 6-12 in the fall. A bus from Camp Victory will pick the youth up at St. Pius V at 6:00pm on Friday, June 20th and will bring them back to St. Pius V on Saturday, June 21st.

    Don’t forget to drop off your new or gently used clothing and items for the food drive and birthday boxes in the baskets at church entrances. The Wednesday Youth Group (grades 6-12) will be collecting all during the summer months. Thanks in advance for your generosity

    Soon there will be an opportunity to give witness to the sanctity of life right here, right now! The Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) booth at the Cannon Valley Fair presents the truth and beauty of life from the moment of conception. We are looking for help in staffing the fair booth July 1 to July 4, Tuesday thru Friday. Most shifts are two hours. Please call if you can give some time to promote a culture of life. CHOOSE LIFE! Call Helena Byrne 263-0533 or Marge Krause 263-3106. If no answer, please leave a message.


    & COMMUNITY CALENDAR Sunday, June 8 Pentecost 8:30 amMass for Francis Arthur (Bud) White† PULSE Pastoral project presentation Monday, June 9 Tuesday, June 10 8:00 am Mass for special intentions for Maria Roresty NO Church cleaning today 6:30 pm VIRTUS training session in LL Wednesday, June 11 Thursday, June 12 9:00 am—5:00 pm PULSE Bike fundraiser Friday, June 13 8:00 am Mass for St. Pius V parishioners who are ill or have special needs 8:30 am—8:00 pm Eucharistic Adoration Saturday, June 14 3:00 pm Confessions 4:00 pm Mass for Jack Doyle† Sunday, June 15 8:30 am Mass for St. Pius V Parish Family Retirement Reception for Mickey Kimmes in the LL following Mass —ALL welcome

    Pre Baptism Formation classes will be held at St. Pius V the 3rd Tuesday of each month for both St. Pius V and

    St. Joseph. Please contact the parish office - [email protected]

    if you want to schedule the class.

    SUNDAY STEWARDSHIP With gratitude for all you have given in either time,

    talent or treasure your parish community is grateful. May 29/June 1, 2014

    Envelopes & Plate ........................ .$5,288.73 Cath Service Appeal Rebate 2013 .. $478.75 Youth Camp Victory-Reg ............... $105.00 Total ........................... $5,872.48 Weekly budget ............................... $7,965.46

    PARISH STAFF Pastor: Fr. Fernando Ortega 507-263-2578 [email protected] Business Administrator: Mickey Kimmes 507-263-2578 [email protected] Parish Office: 507-263-2578 Parish Secretary: [email protected] Pre-Grade 10 Faith Formation Coordinator: Debbie Bauer 507-263-4680 [email protected] Associate for Youth Ministry: Cindy Meyers 507-263-4800 [email protected].com Admin Assist/Webmaster: Linda Rogers 507-263-4800 [email protected] Music Director: Sue Franke-Clark Building & Maintenance: Shawn Carpenter 507-263-2578 Prayer Network: Rosemary Pirrung 507-263-5321

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

  • Save the Date! Sunday, October 26 will be the Chicken Dinner/Raffle Drawing & celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the dedication of our church after the fire.

    Planning has started for a “2nd Friday Family Rosary & Potluck” evening here at St. Joseph’s. Details coming.

    June 21, 2014 Jake Converse & Danielle Riley

    June 28, 2014 Paul Nelson & Sara Otto

    Miesville Mudhens Schedule June 8 2 pm vs Northfield June 11 8 pm vs Mpls Lakers June 13 7:30 pm @ Dundas June 15 2pm vs Hampton (Dan’s Bar Day) June 18 8 pm vs Rochester Royals June 20 8 pm vs Lake City


    LITURGICAL SCHEDULE Saturday, June 14 6:00 pm Lector Julie Fox Eucharistic Ministers Sharon Illa, Rita Molitor & Mike Otto Ushers Tim Niebur & Jim Peine Servers Josie & Johnathan Jenson

    Sunday, June 15 8:00 am Ushers Mark Lokowich, Rob Bestgen

    Sunday, June 15 10:30 am Lector Judy Foley Eucharistic Ministers Julie Niebur, Lisa Peine & Nick Ries Ushers Ken & Kathy Nelson Servers Claire McGrath & Sarah Stoffel


    Sunday, June 8 8:00 am Extraordinary Form of the Mass for Phil & Ashley Simones 10:30 am Mass for Bernice Olson† Monday, June 9 Tuesday, June 10 6:30 pm VIRTUS training at St. Pius V Wednesday, June 11 5:00 pm Mass for Fr. Gilbert J. Endres† Thursday, June 12 8:30 am Mass for Richard Fox† 9:00 am—6:00 pm Eucharistic Adoration Friday, June 13 Saturday, June 14 3:00 pm Wedding Ceremony of Kim Schauer & Ryan Otto 5:30 –5:45 pm Reconciliation 6:00 pm Mass for † Sunday, June 15 8:00 am Extraordinary Form of the Mass for the repose of the soul of Lorraine Matsch 10:30 am Mass for Nick Bauer† & Joe Ries†

    COLLECTION June 1, 2014

    Envelopes & Plate .......................... $3,773.08 Electronic Contributions ............... $800.00 Building Fund Electronic .................. $65.00

    Weekly Collection budget .......... $4,327.00

    Thank you very much!

    PARISH STAFF Pastor: Fr. Fernando Ortega ext. 11 [email protected] Business Administrator: Patti Brown 437-3526, ext. 10 [email protected] Faith Formation Director: Cathy Roche ext. 24 [email protected] Associate Youth Minister: Norma Berens ext. 16 [email protected] Music Director: Heidi Mace [email protected] Buildings Maintenance: Nick Ries Custodian: Mike Otto Grounds Maintenance: Steve Susag Cemeterian: Rebecca Susag

    VBS—July 21-24 (9am-noon) Registration continues! Forms can be found near the display in the parish hall. Registration will end June 15 or until we reach 60 students.

    Special thank you to those who helped with the Graduation Mass and Brunch: Gene, Laurie and Allison Stoffel, Amy and Maria Furlong, Jackie and Jacob Reuter, Joe, Vickie and Peter Schweich, Kathy and Sara Goranowski. Thank you to Fr. Ortega and the staff of St. Joseph church for your support.

    Virtus session is scheduled for Tuesday, June 10 at St. Pius V (Cannon Falls). See community page for more information.

    Youth Ministry June

    18 - Summer Stretch begins 20-21 - Lock In 25 - Summer Stretch

    Time is running out to get your Summer Stretch registration in! Sign up - call Norma!

    The 5 parish Lock-In event is Friday to Saturday June 20-21. The cost is now $40 for grades 6-12.

    Congratulations Class of 2014:

    (top row-left to right) Peter Haggerty,

    Taylor Engstrom, Emma Streff, Teresa

    Vieths, (bottom row) Katelyn Neubauer, Fr.

    Ortega, Amanda Leifeld,

    Stacy Rother.

  • The demolition phase for the installation of the new heating system will begin on Monday. This will bring about the removable of all the pipes running through the pews and many of the pipes hanging from the ceiling downstairs. There will be some holes through the floor where the pipes have been. All those should be less than two inches in diameter. There will also be some holes in the plaster downstairs where the pipes go through the walls. All that will be addressed during the summer.

    Thank you to everyone that joined in congratulating our high school graduates last

    Sunday. Thank you to the KC’s, Catholic United Financial, Trophy House & Carrie Schaffer for contributing to the gift basket for the graduates. Thanks you to St. Theresa & St. Nicholas Society for funding the celebration and the Junior class and parents for hosting. We will stop Eucharistic Adoration on Mondays for a few weeks as the noise and work of putting in the new heating system will not be conducive to adoration.

    We will be putting a book in the back of the church, a sort of calendar where people can enter in birthdays, wedding anniversaries and death anniversaries. Those names will be read as part of the intercessions as those dates come up. Please write them in at least 1-2 weeks ahead of time.

    Summer vacation is here, check out our library of books and movies in the back of church. If you have checked books or movies out, please remember to return them to share with others.

    Baptism Class Saturday, June 14 at 10:30 am at St. Mary’s School in New Trier. If you are planning a baptism, but have not been to a class in three years, please plan on attending.

    St. Mary’s is having a Kickball Tourney Saturday, June 28th. This is a co-ed tournament for ages 18 and over and is double elimination. Contact Greg Gergen at 651-503-0437 to sign up your team!


    PARISH CALENDAR Sunday, June 8 8:00 am Mass for Sandy & Millie Foss† Monday, June 9 7:30 am Mass for Jerry Ficker† NO Eucharistic Adoration Heating System demo begins today Tuesday, June 10 Wednesday, June 11 Thursday, June 12 Friday, June 13 7:30 am Mass for the Tri-Parish Community Saturday, June 14 9:00 am—9:30 am Reconciliation 10:30 am Baptism Class in the school Sunday, June 15 8:00 am Mass for Lawrence Peine† Congratulations to Wm & Theresa King 65th Wedding Anniversary

    LITURGICAL SCHEDULE Sunday, June 8 8:00 am Lector Rita Feidt Eucharistic Ministers Larry Hofmeister, Lenore Peine, Karen Reinardy, Ray Gergen Ushers George Weatherly, Jeff Angell, Nick McGrath Servers Stephen, Jakob & Andrew Reinardy Gift Bearers Barb Meyers Rosary Leader Bob Reinardy

    Sunday, June 15 8:00 am Lector Rita Feidt Eucharistic Ministers Leon Gergen, Pat Ramel, John Carpenter, TJ Nordling Ushers Steve Beissel, John Carpenter, Joel Erickson Servers Helena Wiik, James & Faith Reinardy

    PARISH STAFF Parish Office: 651-437-5546 Email: [email protected] Business Administrator: Patti Brown Music Director: Alan Reinardy Cemeterian: Michelle Kimmes

    COLLECTION June 1 ................................................ $6,580.00 Weekly budget .............................. $2,500.00 This week’s difference................ +$4,080.00 Budgeted year to date............... $120,000.00 Collected year to date ............... $128,366.07 Over year to date ............................ $8,366.07

    Thank you very much!

    2014 High School Graduates:

    Nick Ostertag, Heather Beissel

    Fr. Stan Kaylee Kopp

    Matt Foss

  • We are looking for someone to assist in the chairing of the Fun Fest, to be held on August 24.

    We will be putting a book in the back of the church, a sort of calendar where people can enter in birthdays, wedding anniversaries and death anniversaries. Those names will be read as part of the intercessions as those dates come up. Please write them in at least 1-2 weeks ahead of time.

    Children’s Liturgy: We are hoping to revive teaching our little ones, ages 3-6 the word of God during Mass. We need about 6 more volunteers willing to help us. Doesn’t take much time. If we don’t get the 6 volunteers it will only be offered once a month. Call the parish office for information. We would like to start this in June.

    Parish Office: During the summer months of June-August, Rhonda Rother will not be in the office on Wednesdays.

    Thank You: We would like to thank Father Stan for the beautiful service and all the Church Ladies for the lovely luncheon at the funeral for Dick Podritz. Denise Podritz and the family of Dick Podritz


    BETTER AIR INCORPORATED Better Air Incorporated is owned and operated by Kevin Betterly, a parishioner at St. Dominic's in Northfield. He has owned his business since 1978 and specializes in heating, air conditioning and ventilation. Another option is geo-thermal heating. You can reach him at 507-663-1208 or www.betterairinc.com for an estimate. We thank Kevin for advertising in our five parish bulletin. Charitable Works Committee thanks everyone involved in the recent Red Cross Blood Drive. A big thank you to the Randolph-Hampton Fire Department for the use of Station #2. Also thank you to everyone who helped before, during and after the drive and those who brought food for the Red Cross workers. We want to especially thank all those who came to donate blood. We collected 43 units, which will save many lives. The need for blood is constant-the gratification is instant.


    PARISH STAFF Parish Office: 651-437-9030 Business Administrator: Rhonda Rother [email protected] Cemeterian: Rosie Giefer 651-437-9025 Church Basement: 651-480-0088


    Sunday, June 8 10:00 am Mass for † Matt & Kate Thurmes Monday, June 9 Tuesday, June 10 8:30 am Mass for † Marianne Nicolai 9:00 am-7:00 pm Eucharistic Adoration Wednesday, June 11 Thursday, June 12 Friday, June 13 8:30 am Mass for † Larry Doffing 9:00 – 9:30 am Reconciliation Saturday, June 14 10:15 am Tri Parish Baptism Class at St. Mary’s, New Trier (school) Sunday, June 15 10:00 am Mass for † Dallas & Marge Millard

    LITURGICAL SCHEDULE Sunday, June 15 10:00 am Reader Mary Nicolai Eucharistic Ministers Mark May, Kaye Kosir, Kent & Renee Otte Ushers Rich & Loraine Neisen Servers Alec & Grant Otte Greeters Jim & Diane Rother

    COLLECTION June 1, 2014

    Env & Plate ..................................... $2,589.00 Weekly Budget ............................... $2,889.00 Budget Year to Date ................. $144,450.00 Collected Year to Date ............... $147,486.91 Overage to date ............................... $3,036.91

    Thank you very much!

    2014 High

    School Graduates: Ben Endres, Kelsey Wall, Fr. Stan & Cody Pirkl

    Hampton Cardinals Schedule: Sun., June 8 2pm at Hampton Sun., June 15 2pm at Miesville Wed, June 18 7:30 pm at Cannon Falls Sun., Jun 22 2 pm at Hampton

  • Congratulations to Crystal Knutson who will be confirmed at Mass this weekend. She will be marrying Tom Schultz at St. John’s July 19. While baptized Catholic and had received First Holy Communion as a child, she had never been confirmed. She attended the RCIA classes for four months, and recently completed some additionalal Confirmation training.

    We will have a parish council meeting Tuesday, June 17 at 7:10 pm.

    Wedding Banns III: Brian Braun and Michelle Hess will celebrate the Sacrament of Marriage Saturday, June 14, 2014. Please keep Brian and Michelle in your prayers.

    Parish Office: During the summer months of June-August, Rhonda Rother will not be in the office on Wednesdays.

    Church Cleaning: Families with last names beginning with L help clean the church during the month of June. Come any time that suits your family. See list in janitorial closet for areas to clean.

    Reminder: Weekday Masses starting this week will be held in the chapel on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm and Wednesdays at 8 am

    Flat Father Stan - Are you and the family traveling this year? Well take Father Stan with you! Take the picture of Flat Father Stan provided in the bulletin, color it, weatherize it, and pack him in your bags! Then, as you travel, be sure to take pics of Flat Father Stan and send them to [email protected] - They will be shared on our youth Facebook page! And Brandy will be searching for a special someone to create a Summer scrapbook with all of our parish travelers' photos. This activity is for kids aged 1-100! Let's stay connected these summer days!


    PARISH STAFF School Principal: Sr. Tresa Margret 651-437-2644 [email protected] Parish Office: 651-437-9030 [email protected] Business Administrator: Rhonda Rother Rel Ed Directors: Sr. Tresa Margret/Sr. Noel Music Director: Patty Aslesen [email protected] Cemeterian: Greg Ries & Rhonda Rother

    Sr. Tresa Margret, Principal PreK-Grade 6

    NEW for 2014-2015: St John the Baptist School-Vermillion is excited to announce new Extended Day and Everyday options for our preschool students. The (optional) afternoon preschool day will end at the same time as grade K-6th dismissal at 3:30 pm for parent pick up and bus loading. Please tell your friends!

    Congratulations to our 6th grade graduates from St. John the Baptist School! We are very proud of them, and are confident they will do well in all parts of life going for-ward. They are bright, interesting, and caring.

    Youth Community Corner Brandy Wentzler (507) 429-6434

    [email protected]

    There is still a tiny bit of time to get your Summer Stretch registration in! Sign up for one fun Wednesday or sign up for all of them! Call Brandy ASAP.

    The 5 parish Lock-In event is happening Friday to Saturday June 20-21. The cost is now $40 for grades 6-12. Call or email Brandy for registration materials.

    Kingdom Kids - We are meeting "off-site" Monday June 9 at 5 pm. Have a parent bring you and your bike to Spring Lake Park. We will ride the trails and share a meal to finish. Youth Fellowship - grades 8-12: Monday June 23rd - Join us for Island Bowling. The cost is $10 per person. Parent drivers will be needed. Call, text, email Brandy to get registration forms before Fri-day, June 20.


    Sunday, June 8 Pentecost Monday, June 9 Tuesday, June 10 6:00—6:30 pm Reconciliation 6:30 pm Mass for † Anita (Lee) Endres Wednesday, June 11 8:00 am Mass for Special Intention Thursday, June 12 Friday, June 13 Saturday, June 14 10:15 am Tri Parish Baptism Class at St. Mary’s, New Trier (school) Sacrament of Marriage Braun-Hess 4:00 pm Reconciliation 5:00 pm Mass for † Fritz Frandrup Sunday, June 15 The Most Holy Trinity

    LITURGICAL SCHEDULE Saturday, June 14 5:00 pm Lector Jack Siebenaler Eucharistic Ministers Steve & Jeanne Marthaler, Jennifer Schneider, Kathy Kriha, Martin Thomas Ushers Dave & Jean Beskau, Bernie & Jacob Frandrup Servers Allison Wentzler, Aiden Endres, Marty Lau Rosary Leader Steve Marthaler Money Counters Dennis & Cookie Rother, Joe Kummer, Greg Ries

    COLLECTION June 1, 2014

    Envelopes & Plate .......................... $3,758.49 Weekly Budget ............................... $3,706.00 Budget Year to Date .................. $207,888.00 Collected Year to Date .............. $237,777.55 Overage to date ............................ $29,889.55

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  • OUR PARISH COMMUNITY 9 Thank you to everyone that bought pizza’s for the mission trip fundraiser. Melanie reached her goal and made over 100 pizza’s!

    St. Pius V is starting what is called the MINIStree for donations for specific events and activities for our youth programs. There are 10 Ministree donation cards on the “tree” in the front entrance of the church. If you can donate the item, please take the card and return the item and card by the date specified. BE SURE to turn in the card too. We receive a donation from Catholic United for each card returned. Please turn the items and cards in to the parish office. These Ministree donation cards are for the upcoming youth Lock-in. We are in need of other items for the lock-in as well. Items such as ear buds, gift cards, socks, nail polish, games etc. These can be dropped off at the parish office or left on the table in the youth room.

    A VIRTUS training session will be available this Tuesday, June 10th at St. Pius V. The session will begin at 6:30 pm in the lower level. Any adult who works with or volunteers for activities that involve children or vulnerable adults is required by the Archdiocese to attend a training session. If you are planning on helping with VBS or the Camp Victory Lock-in and have not attended a VIRTUS session in the past, then register on-line at www.virtus.org and click on “Registration: in the left column.

    Medjugorje Message: “Dear children! Pray and be aware that without God you are dust. Therefore, turn your thoughts and heart to God and to prayer. Trust in His love. In God’s spirit, little children, you are all called to be witnesses. You are precious and I call you, little children, to holiness, to eternal life. Therefore, be aware that this life is passing. I love you and call you to a new life of conversion. Thank you for having responded to my call.”

    St. Nicholas Catholic Church in New Market will host its 45th Annual Chicken Cookout on Father’s Day, Sunday June 15, from 10 am—2:30 pm, Masses are at 8:00 and 10:00 am. Dinner includes: 1/2 grilled chicken, cole slaw, potato salad, roll, cookie, milk and coffee. Tickets are $12 for adults, $6 for children under 12. Take-outs are available. Shuttles to the church are available around town—watch for signs! Join us for a fun filled day of The Big Ticket Raffle (drawing at 2:30), children’s games, bingo, crafts and baked goods, cake walk, plant sale, refreshments and more! St. Nicholas Church is 2 1/2 miles west of I-35 on Cty. Rod 2, exit 76.

    BUG OFF to Bugs! Free seminar at Regina Hospital Conference Center in Hastings this Wednesday, June 11, 6:30-8:00 pm. Protect yourself and your family from ticks, mosquitoes, chiggers, spiders and bees. Registration preferred, contact the office at 651-404-1104 or email at [email protected]

    2014 St. John the Baptist

    High School Graduates:

    Nick Wagner, Angela Thomas, Jacob Frandrup, Jacob Johnson,

    Cole Kasel, Brenna Oberg,

    Nicholas Holm, Taylor Heidenreich,

    Sam Leifeld, and Logan Wellman.

    Not pictured Matthew Murphy



    Monday 1 Kgs 17:1-6/Mt 5:1-12 Tuesday 1 Kgs 17:7-16/Mt 5:13-16 Wednesday Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3/Mt 5:17-19 Thursday 1 Kgs 18:41-46/Mt 5:20-26 Friday 1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-16/Mt 5:27-32 Saturday 1 Kgs 19:19-21/Mt 5:33-37 Sunday Ex 34:4b-6, 8-9/2 Cor 13:11-13/Jn 3:16-18

    OUR PARISH COMMUNITY 10 PLEASE PRAY FOR Jennifer Geiger, Martin Kummer, Mary Anne Hennen-Kummer, Dorothy Stoffel, Sr. Bernelle Taube,

    Cheryl Gutierrez, Karen Banaszewski, Willard & Nellie Whipple family, Katie Gogola, Kristin Fox, Vi Schlichting, Mary Beissel, Jim Kruse

    If you know someone that would appreciate prayers for their health and wellness, please call me at the office. -Patti St. Pius ~ Cannon Falls St. Joseph’s ~ Miesville

    St. Mary’s ~ New Trier St. Mathias ~ Hampton St. John the Baptist ~ Vermillion

    New Parishioners: Please contact the parish office to register. Sacrament of Marriage: Arrangements should be made at least six months in advance. Infant Baptism: Please contact the parish office near the time of birth or adoption to arrange for this special event and for pre-baptismal parental instruction. Hospital Patients: Please contact the parish office when you are admitted to a hospital.

    Please submit bulletin announcements to your Parish Secretary by 10:00 am Tuesday.


    It is little known that for over 20 years the

    Knights of Columbus owned the ground on which Yankee Stadium was built. When Pope Paul VI had Mass there in 1965, it was actually on land owned by the Knights of Columbus. It has since been sold to the Yankees. When the stadium opened in 1923, Governor Al Smith, later a candidate for President, and a Knight, threw out the first pitch. During the game, fellow Knight of Columbus Babe Ruth hit the first homerun in the stadium.

    Hold Onto Hope! Join us in witnessing Rwandan genocide survivor IM-MACULEE ILIBAGIZA’s story of Faith, Hope, and Forgiveness! As a New York Times best selling Author and one of the world’s leading speakers, she shares her universal message of healing and hope! She is a living example of faith put into action!

    Date: Wednesday, June 18, 2014 Location: St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church 419 West Lyon Avenue, Lake City, MN 55041

    Schedule: 7:00pm Presentation followed by book signing Doors open at 6:00pm Admission: $20 per person

    Tickets and books available at St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church www.stmaryslakecity.org (under Upcoming Events)

    Immaculee’s website:www.immaculee.com

    For more information, call: Ruth Schneider 651-345-4640 Trish Murphy 651-253-4863


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