St. Rose Catholic Church – Argyle, Mn

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ST. ROSE

CATHOLIC CHURCH

 

MISSION STATEMENT OF

 ST. ROSE OF LIMA CATHOLIC CHURCH

We the community of St. Rose are believers in Jesus Christ; striving to proclaim His Gospel in word and in good deed.  Through worship, evangelization, formation and service we invite our brothers and sisters to know the Lord.

 

Office Information

Office Hours:  Monday - Thursday  (8:00AM-2:30PM)

 (The Office is closed Fridays, Holy Days and Holidays)

Parish Office- 437-6341  email- stroser@wiktel.com

Pastor:  Fr. Luis Buitron

Cell # 1-218-242-5689  (You can also Text Fr. Luis)

Email: lbuitron@wiktel.com

Parish Coordinator: Lori Gruhot 437-6341

RE Youth Coordinator-  Dawn Hoeper 437-6341

St. Rose bulletin is online at:  wiktel.net/strose/

 

DIOCESAN VICTIM ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR: 

Cindy Hulst- 1-218-281-7895

 

FINANCE COUNCIL:

Lein Schiller, Tim Rivard , Mason Sundby and Jesse Sundby

     Heidi Carlson and Nevin Lubarski- (Trustees)

PASTORAL COUNCIL:  Melanie Nelson, Mark Yutrzenka,

 Jeff Anderson ,Pat Crummy , Dawn LaBine and Denise St. Germain.

  Knights of Columbus Insurance The Field Agent for this area is James Suda. For questions about Knights of Columbus insurance, you can reach him at (701)430-0604 or james.suda@kofc.org

 

 

SACRAMENTAL LIFE:

Reconciliation- Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession) Before Saturday evening Mass: 4:15 to 4:45PM.  Before Sunday 8:30AM Mass: from 7:45AM to 8:15AM. --or by Appointment

Infant Baptism- Catechetical Class is required; please contact Fr. Luis

Marriage- all Catholics who have made a decision to enter into marriage must see a priest six months before the proposed wedding date.  If a Catholic is contemplating marriage to a non-Catholic, the Catholic must still contact a priest to fulfill the requirements of the Catholic Church for the marriage to be validly recognized by the Church.

Anointing of the Sick:  Please call Fr. Luis especially before surgery or serious illness.

Shut-ins-   If you know anyone who cannot come to Church, or would appreciate a pastoral visit please let the office or Fr Luis know so a visit can be scheduled.

 New to our area?  Please call (437-6341) or stop by the parish office to register.

 

 

PRAYERS FOR THE SICK                    Please include in your prayers the following people who are need of prayers & healing:

Jill LaBine, Ethel Safranski,

 Steve Deschene, Judy Sten,

 

    (To add or remove a name, please call the Parish Office.  Names will be removed after four weeks You may call and request an additional four weeks.)

 

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE  

October 22, 2017 - 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

“Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s.”  - MATTHEW 22:21

Everything we are and everything we have belongs to God. We aren’t “owners” of anything, we are merely “stewards” of the gifts God has given each of us. All God is asking is that we give back a portion of what He gave us. This is the essence of Stewardship. God should be our first priority in everything. All else comes second.

Sunday Offertory for the year as of: 

October 14, 2017

Adult- 36                            $1,688.00

Student-                                   $0

Loose Plate-                            $32.00

TOTAL FOR THE WEEK:     $1720.00

NEEDED TO DATE-            $35,577.00

RECEIVED TO DATE-          $39,726.89

                               $4,149.89                                                 

(Needed each week - $2,238.00  (7-1-17 – 6-30-18)

Automatic Deposits for September--       $3,065.00

From Your Pastor’s Desk

 If you are homebound and would like me to visit you at your home, if you are having surgery, if you are in the hospital or a nursing home, please contact me on my cell phone — (218) 242-5689.  If you just need to talk to a priest, feel free to give me a call.   OR If you would like me to bless your home, farm, etc., give me a call to set up a time and I will be more than happy to do the blessing. — Fr. Luis

 

MASS SCHEDULES  OCT-NOV-DEC                

Saturdays: St. Rose Church at 5:00PM   

(Rosary 4:30PM)                    

Tuesdays:  Adoration 6PM and Mass 7:00PM  Thursdays:  Mass 9:00AM

 

Sundays: Assumption Church at 8:30AM

   Sundays: St. Stephen’s Church at 10:30AM Fridays:  Tamarac at 10:15AM

ST. ROSE CHURCH MASS SCHEDULE

Tuesday, October 24, Adoration 6:00PM,

Mass 7:00PM

+Elaine St. Germain

By Eurest & Phyllis Pribula

Reader: Arlene

 

Thursday, October 26

Mass at 9:00AM

+Eleanor Gust

By Merle & Jill Adophson

 

** NOTE MASS TIME CHANGE**

Sunday, October 29, Mass at 10:30AM

FOR THE PEOPLE

Reader:   Charles

Servers:  Collin, Ashten, Carsen

Communion Ministers:  Mark T. ©, Patty S.

Greeters/Gifts :  Don & Gail Yutrzenka

Music:   Polka Mass

October is Respect Life Month            “Behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age.”   Matthew 28:20

   RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

RE- Oct. 25  NO RE Oct. 18

CARE OF ALTAR LINENS

 

OCTOBER—MARY LABINE

 

UPCOMING EVENTS/PROGRAMS

 

**BAZAAR**

If you would like cranberries and donuts please call Mary Ann Deschene to preorder, also please get your items ready for the County Store.  .Remember we will need your items for the Bazaar and we will also have silent auction items.  If you need these picked up before the bazaar, you may contact Denise St. Germain

1-218-289-3892. 

 

**Fall Festival at St. Rose in Argyle on Sunday, October 29th.  Polka Mass at 10:30am.  Serving Turkey & Ham Dinner from 12:00pm to 5:30pm.  Adults: $12.00; K-6: $5.00; Preschool: Free.  Join us at the Argyle Mall for BINGO, fish pond & baked goods

FUNERAL WORKER LIST:

Contacts: Julie Rivard, Janene Rybaski         

Peggy Feiullerat, Lana Hoeper, Darlene Riopelle

 

     DAA   If you have not already done so, please make your commitment, gift or pledge to the Diocesan Annual Appeal. Our parish goal for 2017 is $11,446.00 . Received so far St. Rose Church as of 9-15-17 is $10,265.00 (51) Donors) with $1,181.00 remaining.

 

**40 Rosaries for Life  The program is called “40 Rosaries for Life” and the goal is to have at least one rosary prayed by a group of parishioners in every parish in the Diocese on a specifically assigned day so that each of the 40 days will be covered by one parish-based rosary. ST. ROSE CHURCH DATE IS:  MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th AT 7:00PM.

 

Life and Dignity Sunday October, 29th, 2017

Bishop Hoeppner is encouraging all parishes in the Diocese of Crookston to focus attention on our civic responsibilities as Catholics and to provide parishioners with the opportunity to register for the Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC) Catholic Advocacy Network. The network aims to be a “Voice for Life and Dignity in Minnesota,helping us to consider issues in Minnesota through a solidly Catholic, nonpartisan lens while also providing concrete opportunities to make a difference.

 

The bishops of Minnesota established the Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC) Catholic Advocacy Network to develop a faithful, compassionate, moral voice for life, dignity, and justice in our state. Next weekend, during Life and Dignity Sunday, all parishioners will have an opportunity to register for the network. You can also register online at MCC’s website: www.mncatholic.org. MCC is the public policy voice for Minnesota’s six Catholic dioceses.

 

 Halloween Party & Haunted Hayride in Tabor, MN:   A Halloween Party & Haunted Hayride will be held in Tabor, Minnesota, at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church Hall on Saturday, October 28, 2017.  The Halloween Party will run from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and will include a costume contest for children 16 & under with cash prizes, and free games with prizes.  Concessions will be available for purchase.  The Haunted Hayride will run from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

 Attend a compassionate and timely Adult Education workshop about End of Life Planning from a Catholic Perspective. Typical questions about end of life issues: Must medical treatment always be continued? Are Catholics allowed to have Living Wills? What is Church teaching about “Death with Dignity”? How do I make my Catholic health care directive? Father Emmanuel Sylvester will address these questions and others during this workshop on Oct. 30 at Noon, and will provide steps for putting together a valid Catholic Health Care Directive. Speaker John Tetzloff, Advanced Case Specialist for Catholic United Financial, will also be on hand to speak about the financial aspects of end of life decisions, including final expenses, estate plans, charitable giving, power of attorney and more. Soup and sandwich lunch will be provided. Contact local Representative Philip Zubrod or the parish office to RSVP: pzubrod@catholicunited.org or 701-840-8560. This is in Warren, MN.

 **NEED A RETREAT?  What a great time of year to take care of your spiritual health!  Many in our parish have attended Cursillo weekends over the years.  Weekends are being offered this Fall and next Spring at Sand Hill Bible Camp, just south of Fosston.  The Men's will be held Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 2018 & Feb. 22-25, 2018.  The Women's will be Oct. 26-29, 2017 & Mar. 15-18, 2018.  Contact Carol Olsonawski (218-689-9081) or Bobbi Mercil (701-866-5706) for more information.  Applications can be printed at crookstoncursillo.weebly.com