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1 F Welcome to St. Francis Borgia Parish Church O ce 115 Cedar Street Church Fax Website: School 225 Cedar Street School Fax Website: Archdiocese of St. Louis Website: Fr. Joseph Wormek ~ Pastor Fr. Fredrick Devaraj, C.Ss.R. ~ Associate Pastor Fr. Kevin Schmittgens ~ Part Time Associate Pastor June 18, 2017 The Feast of Corpus Christi Mass Schedule Saturday: 8:00 am, 4:30 pm Sunday: 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 am Monday: 7:00 am Tuesday: 7:00 am Wednesday: 7:00 am Thursday: 7:00 am Friday: 7:00 am and 8:15 am (School) First Fridays: Grandview 10:00 am Holy Days: Mass mes will be listed in the Sunday bulle n. Sacrament of Reconcilia on Tuesdays: A er 7:00 am Mass Saturdays: A er 8:00 am Mass and from 3:30 ll 4:15 pm. Eucharis c Adora on Tuesdays a er 7:00 am Mass un l Wednesday morning 6:45 am. First Friday Nocturnal Adora on & Benedic on 6:30 pm in Church (unless stated in bulle n). Anoin ng of the Sick A er the 9:00 am Mass on Sunday. Other arrangements can be made by calling x1514 for Fr. Joe or x1513 for Fr. Freddy. SFB Mission Statement The Catholic Faith Community of St. Francis Borgia Parish strives to live according to the gospel through worship, educa on, and service, and to create a parish environment where all may feel welcome, a rmed, and part of this Chris an family. "A father is neither an anchor to hold us back nor a sail to take us there, but a guiding light whose love shows us the way." Happy Father s Day

2 Parish Sta Contact Informa on (Church O ce * School ) Pastor Fr. Joseph Wormek Ext cell phone: Associate Pastor Fr. Fredrick Devaraj, C.Ss.R. Ext cell phone: Part Time Associate Pastor Fr. Kevin Schmi gens Ext kevin.schmi cell phone: Sacramental Ministry Deacon Gilbert Holtmeyer Sacramental Ministry Deacon Leon Noelker Business Manager Jennifer Hill Ext Principal Michelle E er Ext me CRE Kyra Gulledge Ext Music Coordinator Lucy Tobben Administra ve Assistant Donna Holdmeyer Ext Secretary Barb Mohesky Ext Bulle n Editor Chris ne Piontek Ext Website Editor Cindy Philipp Ext Maintenance Manager Joe Holtmeier Ext Pastoral Council Chris Derner (Chair Person) Mike Gillen Ka e Kuenzel Rose Mantle Amy Niehaus Kathy Haddox Debbie Toedebusch Ximena Kriete Kris n Perriman Mike Jones Parish Board of Educa on Mike Perriman (Chair Person) Tricia Nelson Bridge e Beaman Ka e Piontek Ginna Chris ansen Kris Posinski Tracy Kampschroeder Jill Gro Rosloniec Kathleen Marquart Marriage Prepara on Call the Rectory or Parish O ce at least six months before the wedding. Bap sm Prepara on Bap sm Classes are for parents on the Third Wednesday of each month, 7:00 pm in Notre Dame Hall. Bap sms are celebrated every Sunday a er the 11:00 am Mass. Call the Parish O ce for informa on. Chris an Ini a on of Adults For more informa on on becoming a Catholic, call Deacon Leon Noelker at the Parish O ce. Pre K-2nd Grade - Children s Liturgy of the Word Children are dismissed at the beginning of Mass with volunteer catechists to re ect on the Gospel at di erent levels: Pre K- through grade 2. They return to their families a er the homily. Infants Cry Room on west (right) side of sanctuary. Food Pantry Hours Mondays & Thursdays 4:00-5:30 pm. Prayers for Expectant Mothers If you or someone you know is expec ng a child, and you d like to have a rose placed on the altar as a reminder for prayers throughout the pregnancy, please contact the Pro-Life Commi ee at Ask for Jane Maune. SFB Parish Library Located on the 1st Floor of Jesuit Hall in the Gold room. Prayer Tree The members of the Prayer Tree express their love for their neighbor by praying each day in the comfort of their home for inten ons that are given to them over the telephone. If you have an inten on that needs prayers, please call Dot Filla ( ) or Janet Boland ( ). Anyone interested in becoming a member of the Prayer Tree Ministry, please contact one of these ladies. Hospital Visits Visits to our parishioners at Mercy Hospital in Washington are made twice a week, based on Fr. Wormek s & Fr. Freddy s schedule. In serious cases, and on weekends, contact Fr. Wormek or Fr. Freddy. We suggest that you call the parish o ce at , for Fr. Wormek (ext. 1514) or Fr. Freddy (ext. 1513), if you or your family member is in the hospital, since the hospital is restricted from no fying the parish without your permission, and/or there may be a delay in upda ng your parish preference in the hospital computer. Call or leave a message at the above extensions. Also if you would like a priest or deacon to visit you at your home or bring you communion, please call the above number and extension. Parish O ce Hours The parish o ce hours are 8 am ll 5 pm, Monday through Friday, unless stated in the bulle n. There is normally someone available during the lunch hours, however, on occasion we may have to close at lunch due to special circumstances. Parish Bulle n Deadline Please submit bulle n informa on via to by 9:00 am Tuesdays. Cemetery Clean-up March 1-15 and September 1-15

3 St. Francis Borgia, Washington, MO # Prayer Before Mass Come Holy Spirit and quiet my heart and my head, as I gather with my friends and neighbors to celebrate Mass. I am saint and sinner. Open my ears to Your words. Open my mouth in prayer and song. Open my eyes to see your mystery in symbol and sign. Open my heart in love for You and my neighbor. Quiet the thoughts and distrac ons that will keep me from prayer. Strengthen me to take the Mass into my life this week. Amen. Notes from Fr. Joe Wormek Congratula ons to Deacon Leon who celebrated his 21st anniversary of Ordina on to the Diaconate this past Thursday. Thanks Deacon Leon for your service to our parish all these years. We pray for your con nued health and well-being. Happy Father s Day to all our fathers, grandfathers, godfathers and adopted fathers!!! Jesus speaks a lot about His Father and our Father in heaven. There always seem to be a connectedness between our father on earth and our heavenly Father. Let us pray for our fathers and their blessing to us. Liturgically we celebrate the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ this weekend. We believe that we have the very presence of Jesus with us. As we receive Holy Communion, let us remember we are tabernacles which Jesus lives in each day. I also believe most of us, no ce I am including myself, do not avail ourselves of the grace and power of Jesus within us. Thank you, Jesus for the gi of your presence in our lives. Your Pastor, Fr. Joe Wormek Bap sm Class The next Bap sm class will be held on Wednesday, June 21st at 7:00 pm at Notre Dame Hall. All new parents are required to complete a Bap sm class before having your baby bap zed. Call the parish o ce (636) if you plan to a end. THIS WEEK.. Sunday (6/18) Father s Day +Mass at 7:00, 9:00 & 11:00 am +Teen Mass at SFBRHS 6:00 pm Monday-Friday Rosary 6:30 am +Mass at 7:00 am Monday (6/19) Food Pantry Open 4:00 5:30 pm +Grateful Hearts Prayer Mee ng 7:00 pm (Church) Tuesday (6/20) Confessions a er 7:00 am Mass +Eucharis c Adora on a er 7:00 am un l 6:45 am Wednesday Quil ng 8:00 am to 12:00 pm Wednesday (6/21) +Cenacle of Divine Mercy 7:45 am (JH Choir Rm) +Adult Choir & CCC Prac ce 7:00 pm (JH Choir Rm) +Bap sm Class 7:00 pm (NDH) Thursday (6/22) +Food Pantry Open 4:00-5:30 pm Friday (6/23) +Divine Mercy Chaplet (immediately following 7:00 am Mass) Saturday (6/24) Masses: 8:00 am and 4:30 pm +Confessions a er 8:00 am Mass and 3:30-4:15 pm +Choir singing at 4:30 pm (Fr. Freddy s Farewell Mass) +Farewell Party for Fr. Freddy 5:30 7:00 pm (JH, 3rd Floor) Sunday (6/25) +Mass at 7:00, 9:00 & 11:00 am +Meet & Greet with Linda Pahl a er 9:00 am Mass +Combined Chris an Choir Concert at OLL +Teen Mass at SFBRHS 6:00 pm Honor Our Lady of Fatima Public Rosary on 100 th Anniversary of Apparitions Sunday, August 13th, 12:30 pm, Riverfront Park Wednesday, September 13th, 10:00 am, Riverfront Park Please join us for public square rosary rallies on the anniversary dates of the 100 th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fa ma Appari ons.

4 June 11, 2017 We are grateful for your con nued support and sacri ce to our parish. Sunday O ertory Total $ 20,636 Sunday O ertory Envelopes $ 14,554 Electronic O ering $ 6,082 Weekly Goal for Envelopes $ 22,790 Year to Date Weekly Average $ 21,462 A T Loose O ering $ 532 Tui on Assistance $ 145 Parish Endowment $ 100 Youth O ering $ 4 Food Pantry $ 200 Building Maintenance Fund $ 131 S C : Catholic Communica ons $ 80 Cardinal Glennon $ 740 Steward Reflection Because there is one bread, we who are many are one body, for we all partake of the one bread. 1 CORINTHIANS 10:17 As disciples of Jesus, we are called to lead holy lives and invite others to join us. Living a stewardship lifestyle, being grateful and generous with our gi s, serves a twofold purpose. One, it helps build God s kingdom here on earth. Two, it is a road map to Heaven. Let s help each other get there! Weekly Rosary at Angie s Please join us every Tuesday at 10:00 am at Angie Brinkmann s house (6882 Highway 100, Washington) for the Scripture Rosary. With the 100th year anniversary of Fa ma, this is a special way to honor Mary and re ect on the message at Fa ma, and how powerful saying the rosary can be. For more informa on, you can contact Angie at The Reach Out Ministry Catholic s Divorce Survival Guide The Catholic Reach-Out Ministry is offering another 12- week DVD series, The Catholic's Divorce Survival Guide. This series was created to bring hope and healing to divorced and separated Catholics through counselors, theologians and priests. The Program will be held on Thursday evenings beginning August 3rd at 6:30 pm in the Garden Room of Notre Dame Hall. Please contact Jennifer Hill at the parish office for further information.at (636) , extension 1511 or

5 III Maggie Vossbrink and Andrew Howe I Kelsey River and Tyler Anderson READINGS FOR THE WEEK of June 18 Monday: 2 Cor 6:1-10; Ps 98:1, 2b, 3-4; Mt 5:38-42 Tuesday: 2 Cor 8:1-9; Ps 146:2, 5-9a; Mt 5:43-48 Wednesday: 2 Cor 9:6-11; Ps 112:1bc-4, 9; Mt 6:1-6, Thursday: 2 Cor 11:1-11; Ps 111:1b-4, 7-8; Mt 6:7-15 Friday: Dt 7:6-11; Ps 103:1-4, 6-8, 10; 1 Jn 4:7-16; Mt 11:25-30 Saturday: Vigil: Jer 1:4-10; Ps 71:1-6, 15, 17; 1 Pt 1:8-12; Lk 1:5-17 Day: Is 49:1-6; Ps 139:1-3, 13-15; Acts 13:22-26; Lk 1:57-66, 80 Sunday: Jer 20:10-13; Ps 69:8-10, 14, 17, 33-35; Rom 5:12-15; Mt 10:26-33 Sunday, June 18th Corpus Chris, Father s Day 7:00 am David Brinker 9:00 am People of the Parish 11:00 am Fred Williams III Monday, June 19th 7:00 am Joseph Volmert Tuesday, June 20th 7:00 am Inten on of Norwood and Mary Amos and family Wednesday, June 21st 7:00 am Charlie McDonald Thursday, June 22nd 7:00 am Warren K. Miller Friday, June 23rd 7:00 am Philip Engemann Saturday, June 24th 8:00 am Bill Mentz 1:30 pm Nup al Vossbrink Howe 4:30 pm Frances Miller Sunday, June 25th 7:00 am Hilda Struckho 9:00 am L & D Edward and Agnes Patke Family 11:00 am People of the Parish Suzanne Albert Jonathan Beuke Travis Branson Ma hew Coulter Patrick Feldmann John Heisler Evan Hix Kelly Kosewicz Jessica K. Lamecker Derek Marquart Jacob Maune Jeremy Nieder Frank Rauch IV John Rudlof In Deepest Sympathy Please remember in your prayers the soul of Dale Elbert May God welcome him home, and bless all who miss him. Please Pray For All Those Serving In Our Military and Especially For Jamie Skornia Ken Stallmann Jacob Wille Eli Wilson Shayne Yenzer Thank You! Pray For Mary Alice Alfermann Norwood Amos Nicholas Baravik Marilyn Beanblossom Chuck Bleckman Sco Boland Dorothy Bolzenius Nadene Branson Donna Kay Brown Be y Bueker Bev Carter Tom Comage Judy Cur s Andrea Dressel Regina Dutkiewicz Charles Eckelkamp Sr. Michaelanne Estoup RSM Gertrude Filla James Filla Jane Filla Cindy Finder Allen Gephardt Sr. Laure e Haberberger Mary Beth Haddox Tucker Hall Michael Hamann Ray Hilke Marc Houseman Sandra Highly Jared Helen Koper Juanita Lauchstaedt Leola Lohman Sr. Reine Marie Mar n RSM Eva Monzyk Fr. Ed Mundwiller Paula Pedro Todd Ponder Frank Rauch III Rose Marie Richardson Terry Schroeder Chris Siebert Ashley Smith Eileen Spreckelmeyer Norma Stockhorst Frieda Wahlig Collin Warrender Mark Wessel Al Westrich Dorothy Wi haus Ka e Wright For all shut-ins and all those in nursing homes.

6 America the Brave Combined Chris an Choir Prac ce Times Wednesday, June 21st 7:00 pm (SFB Choir Room) Thursday, June 22nd, 7:00 pm (OLL Church) Cenacle of Divine Mercy The Divine Mercy group will begin a small faith group forma on program on Wednesday mornings at 7:45 a.m. beginning June 21, 2017, held at the Jesuit Hall Choir Room. The purpose of the group is to experience the beauty of the Catholic Faith through the study of Sacred Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Diary of Saint Faus na. Members will be encouraged to discern and exercise the Faith through the corporal and spiritual works of mercy, and to help people become sensi ve to the gi and beauty of all life, especially through care for the rejected, lonely, disabled, elderly, sick and dying. This program will help you be er understand the role of trust, forgiveness, and mercy in your daily lives. Divine Mercy is not just devo- onal prayers; it is a Way of Life to be lived. If interested please contact Mary Armistead at If interested in forming an evening group contact Jeanne Hoelscher at Desserts Needed for 5th Friday Dinner Please remember we need desserts for the 5th Friday Dinner. You can drop o your dessert at the cafeteria any me a er 2:00 pm and into the dinner hours on Friday the 30th. Thank You! Eucharis c Adora on There is a dedicated group of men and women currently sta ng 24-hour adora on in our church from 7:30 am Tuesday un l 6:45 am Wednesday. Occasionally a person is unable to be present for their assigned hour. It would be a big help if a small group of people could have their name and phone number on a stand-by list to help them out by being available when they are unable to a end. There is a double bonus a ached to this ministry. First, you are partaking in an act of charity. Second, you are making yourself available to spend one-on-one me with Our Lord. It s de nitely a win-win situa on. Please contact Deacon Leon at for more informa on.

7 To register, click the link below to complete the form online and , or simply provide your child s registra on informa on directly to Kyra by . You can also drop o your completed form to the parish o ce. For more informa on, contact Kyra Gulledge, ext 1277; h p:// on-bible-school registra on

8 UNICYCLE St. Francis Borgia Uniform Sale UNICYCLE IS BACK We are con nuing to accept uniform dona ons for our next Unicycle Uniform Sale scheduled for, Tuesday, August 1st from 4:30 8:30 pm Please donate the following items at the school o ce or drop o in the gym alcove. Uniform shirts with the school logos (long and short sleeved) Plaid Jumpers (Grades PK-4) Culo es/skort (Grades 5-8) Sweatshirts with the school logo Pants/Shorts Approved Ash Gray eece jackets PE uniform shorts & shirts (Grades 5-8) Unity Tee-shirts Accessories What is Unicycle? Uniform + Recycle = Unicycle Unicycle is an easy way to repurpose gently used and fully wearable SFB Grade School uniforms. All proceeds to bene t SFB Grade School Scholarship Fund Another Way to Stay Connected! Get our parish app to stay in touch with our parish throughout the week. The app o ers instant messaging, Catholic news feeds, prayers, daily readings and re ec ons, Reconcilia on prepara on, and so much more. It also includes a helpful reminder to silence your phone before Mass. Help foster a stronger parish life at St. Francis Borgia! Download our app today at myparishapp.com or search your iphone or Android phone s app store for myparish app. Need help or have ques ons? Call Cindy Philipp at , ext Our 2016 Report to the Community Now Available Online Your invita on to witness the generosity of local Catholics as they build a strong tomorrow for the parishes, schools, and ministries of the Archdiocese of Saint Louis. Dear Friends, What an exci ng year! During 2016, the Roman Catholic Founda on added seventeen Endowment Funds, three Donor- Advised Funds and eight Estate Gi commitments. As of the end of May, over 24,000 Catholic households had pledged more than $100 million to the Beyond Sunday campaign! In total, 101 Catholic elementary schools and all 27 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis enrolled 1,109 Beyond Sunday Scholarship recipients, who received $1.8 million in awards for the school year. Addi onally, over $10.7 million has been returned to our parishes to fund their local needs. Now that s immediate impact! I invite you to review the Founda on s 2016 Report to the Community and join me in thanking God for his abundant blessings, made evident through the generosity of so many in our community. To view the report, please click on the link: h p://rcfstl.org/annualreports/ Gratefully, Mark J. Guyo President & CEO We love having you as part of our ock! Let s keep in touch! Get important updates via & text! You can ll out the KEEP IN TOUCH WITH US! form on our parish website: h p:// Or, from your mobile phone just text BORGIA to Follow the prompts and you re all set up!

9 MA EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS JUNE 24 & 25 4:30 pm Mass K. Marquart G. Marquart J. Humphreys M. Heimann J. Sanford 7:00 am Mass F. Filla D. Mantle R. Mantle C. Volkerding C. Parmen er C. Parmen er 9:00 am Mass C. Hellman B. Howell K. Meyer W. Meyer B. Skornia M. Perriman J. Vietmeier L. Watkins 11:00 Mass C. Bleckman B. Gegg C. Oldenburg D. Oldenburg G. Ruether S. Ruether M. Gillen C. Kuenzel If you are unable to a end Mass on your scheduled Saturday or Sunday,. SERVER SCHEDULE JUNE 24 & 25 June 24 4:30 S. Shortal, D. Shortal, M. Shortal June 25 7:00 J. Vietmeier, D. Toedebusch 9:00 G. McKinnis, P. McKinnis 11:00 N. Alferman We will con nue to have the servers sign up on-line in Call the Parish o ce for more informa on. Thanks, Fr. Joe SHOP & EARN NEWS Week of June 12, 2017 Total Sales... $ 11,325 Tui on Credit Total For School Opera ng Budget... $ % Return 39 Parish Family Orders 12 Online Orders SHOP & EARN WORKERS JUNE 19 -JUNE 25 Monday, June 19 8:00 am 9:30 am ADMIN Friday, June 23 2:45 pm 4:15 pm J. Kelly Saturday, June 24 8:00 am 9:30 am C. Binder 5:30 pm 6:00 pm J. Humphreys Sunday, June 25 8:00 am 10:15 am C. Weber 10:15 am 12:15 am M. Meek Looking for a volunteer to work the 3rd Saturday of the month from 8:00-9:30 am. For more informa on, please Contact Missy Frankenberg at , or FOOD PANTRY June 19 June 22 Monday, June 19 R. Kuebler, M.A. Kuebler, M.A. Kamler, G. Bonas a, L. Ehler, P. Schonberger Thursday, June 22 B. Conroy, J. Conroy, M. Hillermann, R. Caragine, C. Lewis, J. Lewis, J. Kelly Thank You for your con nued support of the Food Pantry. For more informa on you can Ron at ENCORE SCHEDULE June 19 June 24 Mon. 10:00-1:30 M. Wunderlich & J. Parmen er 1:30-5:00 B. Frankenberg & N. Schaefer Tues. 10:00-1:30 K. Haddox 1:30-5:00 R. Gleeson & L. Brinkmann Wed. 10:00-1:30 J. Helm & J. Mentz 1:30-5:00 L. Struemph Thurs. 10:00-1:30 R. Kluesner & V. Engemann 1:30-5:00 M. L. Kliethermes Fri. 10:00-1:30 B. Krawitz & M. Hale 1:30-5:00 C. Lewis & C. Strubberg Sat. 10:00-3:00 M. Ham Ques on of the Week: What is Presto Pay, and how do I use it? Presto Pay is an online payment method that allows you to pay for you orders using an electronic debit To sign up, simply login to your Shop with Scrip account and click the Presto Pay link under Family Func ons on your Dashboard Enter bank account informa on on the secure website Watch your account for 2 small deposits from Great Lakes Scrips and enter these in your Presto Pay registra on to verify your account Then simply send the approval code provided in your from Great Lakes to your coordinator, and your all ready to go!

10 C m i Knights of Columbus 3rd Sunday of the Month All You Can Eat Breakfast Bu et held June 18, 2017, 7 am to 11:00 am at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 204 S. Commercial Avenue, Saint Clair, MO The menu consists of: scrambled eggs, deep-dish omelet, biscuits, and home-made sausage gravy, fried diced potatoes, locally made sausage, bone-in ham, bacon, French toast, pancakes, cinnamon rolls, mixed fruit or fresh fruit, co ee, orange juice and milk. The price is $9.00 for adults;$5.00 for service men and women and emergency persons in uniform;$3.00 for children ages 5-12; and Free for children under 5. For more informa on, call the Knights of Columbus Hall a er 4 p.m. or a er 11 a.m. on Saturday sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council Father's Day Breakfast at St. Igna us Community Center Sunday, June 18th from 8:00 to 11:00 am Mill Rd. Marthasville, Mo (Concord Hill) Adults $10, Children (6-12) $5, Ages 5 & under free. All you can eat! Rummage sale at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Hall on Thursday June 22 4:00-7:00 pm and Friday, June 23 from 8:00am - 1:00pm. St. John the Bap st Gildehaus German Games All ye lads and lasses join us at St. John s Gildehaus on June 24 th for our German Games, following 8:00 am Mass in honor of St. John s birthday. For more informa on please visit our website at Event informa on: 5K at 9:30 am Games at 11:00 am St. John the Bap st Campus, 5579 Gildehaus Road, Villa Ridge. Teams of 5 men, 21 years and up of any ancestry; $100 per Team. All you can eat breakfast Immaculate Concep on - Augusta held June 25th, 8:00 am 12 noon. Biscuits & Gravy, Regular & Potato Pancakes, Bone-In Ham, Pork Sausage, Scrambled Eggs, Baked Apples, Country Store. Adults $8.00, Children (ages 6-12) - $3.00. St. Vincent DePaul SFB OLL Collabora on St. Francis Borgia and Our Lady of Lourdes parishes have always shared the community outreach. We host the Food Pantry and Our Lady of Lourdes organizes the St. Vincent de Paul outreach ac vi es. We have many volunteers for our Food Pantry who are members of Lourdes. We have asked them if we could assist with the St. Vincent de Paul outreach and they eagerly agreed. If you are interested in helping in that capacity, please call Norma Roth at St. Vincent DePaul Bene t Rummage Sale All proceeds go to help low income families in our area Holy Rosary Warrenton in the Ac vity Center on: Thursday, June 29, 8:30 am - 6:30 pm Friday, June 30, 8:30 am - 6:30 pm Saturday, July 1, 8:30 - Noon Saturday is brown paper bag everything you can get in the bag for $2.00! We will take dona ons on: Sunday, June 25, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm, Monday, June 26, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Tuesday, June 27, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Regre ably, we cannot accept TV s, computers or nonworking appliances. We accept gently used furniture, clothes, household items, books, etc. Large items can be picked up by appointment but not un l June 26 & 27. Call Lonnie or Joyce before then to arrange