Mon. 5:15PM Mary Lou Torgerson

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MASS INTENTIONS & MASS SCHEDULE
FOR THE WEEK OF
Monday, February 2, 2015
Through
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Thurs.
Fri.
5:15PM
7:00AM
5:15PM
7:00AM
9:15AM
5:15PM
Sat.
5:15PM
Sun. 8:00AM
10:30AM
Mary Lou Torgerson
Michaela Romano
John Lee
Bill Pollmeier
Special Intentions
Ag Forey
Joan Pano
Special Intentions
People of the Parish
COLLECTIONS
Income needed 7/2014-6/2015)
Offertory received YTD
Offertory needed each week
Offertory
Roof Fund
Building Fund
Cemetery Fund
$410,000.00
$179,141.51
$7,884.62
$6282.50
$49.50
$368.75
$7.75
(Includes “Online Giving”)
NEXT WEEK’S READING
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
1st Reading: Deuteronomy 18:15-20.
2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 7:32-35.
Gospel: Mark 1:21-28.
Sunday
Sunday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Friday
Saturday
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Calendar of Upcoming Events
2PM Pray the Rosary
9:1510:15am Elementary Rel. Ed Classes
8:15-9:15 Book Group
7:00pm RCIA
7:00pm Choir Practice
Pray the Divine Mercy
3PM Chaplet
Before Mass Pray the Rosary
MUSIC FOR
February 1, 2015
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday Only
Entrance: Praise The Lord, Ye Heavens - Hymn
#5424 (Joyful, Joyful melody)
Prep. Of Gifts: As We Gather At Your Table Hymn #311
Recessional: How Great Thou Art - Hymn #423
SAVE THE DATE!
February 28, 2015
SHADOWS OF THE CROSS
DAY OF REFLECTION
Join us as we journey with Jesus on His Way of the Cross. Hear
the perspectives of those who were with Him then. Who are you
on the Way of the Cross today?
A morning of spiritual renewal and reflection at the
St. Francis of Assisi Newman Center that is open to
all adults and high school students! The event will
begin at 8:30 am with sign-in and a light
breakfast. The day ends after a soup luncheon. For
more information contact: Julie Mahoney 309-3332923 or Sr. Janice 309-313-5644
By the Numbers...
St. Paul's Home and School's
Trivia Night. Saturday, February 7,
2015. Trivia will start at 6:30 pm in
the St. Paul's Gym. Get your
teams of eight together for $10 a person or $80 per
table. Contact Karen Walter at 224-1206 for more
information.
Women's Guild Fellowship & Meeting
Saturday February 7, 2014
Fellowship at 8:00am and meeting at 9:00am, in the
Church Chapel. Dana Brooks and Rose Roe from
the National Council of Catholic Women will be the
guest speakers. All women of the parish are invited
to attend.
The Prophets: Messengers of God’s Mercy
If we consider that God is the Divine Bridegroom
and the Church is his Bride, then the prophets can be
seen as “spiritual marriage counselors.” They afflict
the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, calling us
to return to our covenant relationship with God.
They urge us to repentance, warn us of the dangers
of sin, and announce the blessings of faithfulness.
Their prophetic words speak to us even today, as
they draw us closer to our heavenly Bridegroom.
Join St. Paul Church for this Great Adventure study
on the prophets, presented by Thomas Smith! Each
week, you will come to know a prophet from
Scripture and learn how his message sheds light on
our faith and our lives. In getting to know these
messengers of God, you will read Scripture and the
Catechism, while answering thought provoking
questions and powerful reflections. Plus, you will
learn practical ways to apply the messages of the
prophets in your own life.
A study on the prophets has been one of the most
requested programs from The Great Adventure.
Like A Quick Journey and The Bible Timeline, The
Prophets: Messengers of God’s Mercy places the
Old Testament prophets in context of salvation
history, making their personalities and contexts easy
to follow, understand, and relate to our lives.
St. Paul will begin The Prophets: Messengers of
God’s Mercy on February 11, at 10am and February
12 at 6pm. You will find it enriching and
inspirational.
PRINCIPAL & TEACHER APPLICATIONS:
The Catholic Diocese of Peoria is seeking
applicants for anticipated principal and
anticipated teacher openings for the 2015 2016 school year in its 37 elementary, 5
secondary schools and two pre- K-12
academies, all located in Central Illinois.
Application materials for principal and
teacher positions outlining qualifications
and procedures are available at
www.cdop.org [highlight Education,
highlight Office of Catholic Schools, click on
drop-down list and highlight Diocesan
School Openings/Employment Application
Procedures] or by calling the Office of
Catholic Schools (309) 671-1550.
On behalf of the Macomb Knights of Columbus, we
sincerely thank the residents of McDonough County
and local businesses for the success of our Tootsie
Roll fundraiser for intellectually disabled citizens of
McDonough County. We are also thankful to the
employees of Hy-Vee, McDonald’s East,
McDonald’s West, and Walmart for allowing us to
solicit at their locations.
In addition, the Knights are especially grateful to the
following businesses and individuals who made
donations in advance of our can collection:
All Pets of Macomb PC
Arnold Bros. Heating and Cooling, Inc.
Assumptions
David Culver, O.D. LTD.
Flack, McRaven & Stephens
Illinois State Police FCU
Matthew McClure DMD
Morton Community Bank
NTN Bower
Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.
Red Ox Restaurant
Reusch Butler & Associates, PC
STC Investments
Swede's Autobody
Terrill Title Co. Inc.
Timothy Fitzgerald D.D.S.
Tony Ensenberger State Farm
I would also like to thank the Knights and their
families that helped collect donations. I am pleased
to announce that we just distributed nearly $950
from this year’s collection. The donations went to
the Macomb School District Chapter Reading
Program, the St. Paul Chapter Reading Program, and
the Special Olympics.
Sincerely,
Steve Bennett, Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll
Fund Drive Chair