Catholic Church & School
215 Second Street West + Chaska, Minnesota + www.gachaska..org + (952) 227 227--4000
OCTOBER 9, 2011 TWENTY TWENTY--EIGHTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
Church & School Staff Listed Alphabetically E-Mails for Staff: FirstInitialLastName@GAchaska.org Example: DEbert@GAchaska.org Fr. Doug Ebert, Pastor 227-4000 Sara Anderson, Bookkeeping/Music Assistant 227-4000 Rev. Mr. Jim Bauhs, Deacon 227-4092 Amy Gallus, School Principal 227-4010 Fr. Thomas Joseph, Sacramental Minister within the Latino Community 227-4093 Emily Klinker, Director of Faith Formation 227-4007 Maria Koehn, Latino Administrative Assistant 227-4015 Lori Reznick, School Administrative Assistant 227-4010 Jean Rief, Pastoral Associate 227-4095 227-4004 Miguel Salinas, Parish Analyst/Room Scheduling Jennifer Salwei, Accounting 227-4001 Teresa Schmidt, Director of Worship 227-4084 Gary Van Eyll, Parish Director 227-4002 Paul Meger, Maintenance Supervisor 227-4013
TRUSTEES Steve Rasmussen Mark Sanda Bill Meyer, Trustee Emeritus PARISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL Jeoff Will FINANCE COUNCIL Travis Olson FAITH FORMATION COMMISSION Ed Hajek, firstname.lastname@example.org SCHOOL COMMISSION Tom Tierney, email@example.com WORSHIP COMMISSION Gerry Olsen PASTORAL CARE COMMISSION Becky Porspakka PARISH LIFE COMMISSION Linda Forner ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION Paul Meger
448-5922 277-4283 361-3024 448-5113 960-4940
Lay Minister Schedule October 15th & 16th
Mass Intentions Monday, (8 a.m.) Carol Wolf ┼ Wednesday (5:30 p.m.) Russel & Darlene Schmid ┼ Thursday (5:30 p.m.) Priest Intention Friday (9:20 a.m.) —— Saturday (9:20 a.m.) Roger Lawler ┼ -at Auburn Manor
Saturday (5 p.m.) Sunday (8 a.m.) Sunday (10 a.m.) Sunday (6:15 p.m.)
Teri Rothmeir ┼ Parishioners of Guardian Angels Kathleen Quast ┼ Donald Forner ┼
Next Weekend’s Readings (October 16th) First Reading — The LORD said to Cyrus, his anointed, “I am the LORD, there is no other” (Isaiah 45:1, 4-6). Psalm — Give the Lord glory and honor (Psalm 96). Second Reading — Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy to the church of the Thessalonians: We thank God always for all of you (1 Thessalonians 1:1-5b). Gospel — Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is God’s (Matthew 22:15-21).
Knights of Columbus Calendar Raffle Results
239-8799 442-4361 546-1190 448-3312 448-6912
PRAYER LINE, Jessica Oberpriller 361-3165 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lectors Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers Servers - Candle 1 Servers - Candle 2 Server - Cross/Incense Server - Cross/Incense Sacristans Usher/Greeter Usher/Greeter Usher/Greeter Usher/Greeter Homebound Homebound
This Week at G.A. Monday, October 10, 2011 - Sunday, October 16, 2011
5:00 pm Guy Drees MaryAnn LaValle Sharon Schleicher Bill VanHecke Kathy Setten Tricia Feilmeyer Bill Meyer Mary Meyer Don Hanninen Sue Hanninen Megan Schierman Karie Holmstadt Isabel Drees David Holmstadt Bill/Mary Meyer Virgil Gestach Carol Gestach Brad Gestach Steve Gestach -----------
Congratulations! Please call Steve at 952-448-3127 or Chuck at 952-448-2819 to collect your winnings. There will be no coffee & donuts after this Sunday’s Masses. Join the pancake breakfast in the school gym sponsored by the K of C 8:00 a.m. to noon. Next Sunday’s Hospitality is sponsored by the Parish Council. 8:00 am Dorothy Wermerskirchen Randee Gerold Paul Gerold Bonnie Moore ----------Tom LaTour Debbie LaTour Pat Halloran Lucy Halloran Sam Winfield Katie O’Keefe Colby Rothmeier Joey Winfield B. Moore Everett Walter Ken Stacken Tom Dahl Joe Atkinson Connie Liestman Jim Kleinedler
10:00 am Mike Richelsen Jenny Richelsen Rita Vannett Dianne Eiden Ben Kendal Kristin Vidmar Rick Lindemeier Judy Lindemeier Dennis Meyer Lola Meyer Zachary Miller Josh Salonek Chris Salonek Maranda Vannett Dennis & Lola Meyer Marty O’Keefe Tim Collins Volunteer Needed Volunteer Needed -----------
6:15pm Gary Klingelhutz Jackie Weber ---------------------
Ken Forner Leanne Forner ----------Jackie Weber Mary Muhs Susan Fasching Andrew Fasching Vanessa Fasching -----------
From Father Doug
Rituals and Catholic Funerals
The easy, graphic, and dismissive presentation of death in contemporary entertainment is disheartening. Some character, in the course of a few hours, may end a number of lives as unimaginable horror may appear graphically, even dramatized in slow motion to assure our absorption. Such violence in the video game world seems to be generally accepted. The most troubling of all this is the dismissive nature of what has happened: a human being’s life has been ended – what about that person’s loved ones? Why do we not see the funeral? Where is the grief? Death is something we fear, for ourselves and our loved ones. Yet, we are entertained by human death in denial of this fear and without acknowledgement of grief. I have seen advertisements from secular organizations proposing some sort of simplification of death as they encourage cremation without “ritual complications.” Loving rituals are behavioral patterns that make us truly human. People celebrate milestones of life with rituals: birthdays, baptisms, first Communions, Confirmations, weddings, anniversaries, graduations, and promotions, to name a few. The avoidance of ritual at the end of life denies the importance of all that has happened during our time between conception and death. Funerals are a critical component of our Catholic culture of life. When a loved one dies, we need to remember the time we have shared – remembrance is at the essence of loving behavior. The loss of a loved one’s presence in our time is sorrow that we need to share as loving memories seal the book of life. Every life is important in the eyes of God. When we are baptized, we are baptized into the life, suffering, death, and resurrection of Christ Jesus. In baptism, we become adopted children of God; this is more important than any human achievement – this puts us in a personal relationship with the Creator of all things and makes us each singularly and individually important in the eyes of God, our Father. This is worthy of ritual! An important pre-funeral ritual is the Visitation (Wake, Vigil), where we focus our remembrance on the deceased. The reality of the present has us
remembering what we have lost. These are opportune times for eulogies. The Funeral Mass of the Resurrection points us to the promised outcome of faith – redemption and eternal life with resurrected bodies (remaining who we are). The reality of the present has us hoping for that day when we will all be together again. This is about the hope of our faith in God. A hope centered on that final day when Christ will return and the bodies of the faithful will, through the merits of Christ, be resurrected and delivered from evil. Eulogies detract from this sacred space. If eulogies are desired, they should be at the luncheon following the funeral. Although cremation is permitted before a funeral, the Church prefers that cremation be delayed until after the funeral liturgy. We reverence the body as the housing for our spirit to grow in faith and love in God’s material creation. This body being buried is the body that will be resurrected in glory, very likely from ashes or dust. We prefer to reverence the body in its state as life ended rather than later in the process. Without undue delay, the body or complete cremains should be interred or buried. This puts us in the harsh present and universal reality of death. It is the punctuation mark of life going on after life is lost. It recognizes the finality of death; it is time to let this sacred life return to God as the grief process leads toward healing. End of life rituals acknowledge and emphasize our individual dignity as embodied spiritual beings. When love becomes bracketed by death, our faith is our hope. Our nature as integrated beings of spirit and flesh is all we know. We need faithful reassurance that this is also our promised eternal nature at the resurrection when we are reunited with our loved ones. Our religious rituals reflect to God our love of our gift of life. They reaffirm the promise of the resurrection that helps us through our grief. Our faithful rituals point to our hoped-for eternity, when suffering, death, and all our mortal fears and tears will be forever ended; when we trivialize this reality, we become dismissive of the fulfilling promise of faith.
Parish Calendar & Events
Mass Intentions … Mass intentions may be for the living and the departed, with a + designating in the bulletin a deceased person. There is a $10 suggested donation per Mass intention. Permission from the sick person or his/her family must be granted before a name’s inclusion in these prayers. To schedule a Mass intention, call Jean in the parish office.
For the most updated calendar information for events at G.A., please check our online calendar at
Baptism … Sacramental preparation is required for all parents. Godparents and Grandparents are also encouraged to attend. Baptismal prep sessions are given every other month and Baptism Masses are held once a month. Call Jean in the parish office to schedule a child for Baptism and the parents for baptismal prep.
Prayers of the Faithful ….If you would like a name included in our Prayers of the Faithful for the sick, please call the Parish Office.
Penance...Saturdays from 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and anytime by appointment. Matrimony...pre-registration required one year in advance; marriage preparation course is required. Anointing… If you wish to receive an anointing please call the parish office. Communion for the Homebound...When we come together to pray at our Eucharistic liturgy, we do not forget the members of our community who are unable to be with us because of ill health. We remember them in our prayer, and we wish to include them in our Holy Communion. Members of our community bring the Blessed Sacrament to them to comfort them and to unite them with us in the Eucharist. We are not always aware of those who have this need. Please call the Parish Office to let us know if you or a member of your family would like to have Holy Communion brought to them. That way we can schedule a time for our ministers to visit and bring the Sacrament. Hospital, Nursing Home, Homebound Visits...Churches are no longer notified by hospitals or nursing homes when a parishioner is admitted unless the family has requested it. If you or a family member are homebound, hospitalized or in a nursing home and would like a visit from a member of the pastoral ministry staff, please call Jean Rief in the parish office.
Stewardship Report for October 1 and 2, 2011 Week 14 of our fiscal year Envelope offering $ 11,405 3,482 Electronic offering 14,887 Total offering $
Finance Council Member Wanted The finance council assists the Pastor and Parish Director in the financial administration of our Parish. We are in need of one more member for our Guardian Angels Finance Council. Please contact Gary Van Eyll if you are interested in more information. 952-227-4002. Thank you.
8 a.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
Daily Mass, Church Daughters of Isabella Meeting, SFH Prayer Shawl Ministry, Parish Office
8 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m.
Word & Communion Service, Church BeFriender Meeting, Parish Office Boys Cub Scout Parent Meeting, SFH
3:40 5:30 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.
Teen Cantor Rehearsal, SFH & Choir Loft Daily Mass, Church Faith Formation, School Liturgy Meeting, Parish Office 6:15 Mass Musicians Rehearsal, Church
11 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 6 p.m.
Daughters of Isabella Luncheon, SFH Daily Mass, Church Parish Common Leadership Meeting, SFH & …………………………………..Parish Offices Daily Mass, Church
9:20 a.m. 7 p.m. 9 a.m. 9 a.m. 9 a.m. 9:20 a.m. 3:45 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 8 a.m. 9:15 a.m. 10 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 4 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m.
Spanish Speaking Parishioner Choir Rehearsal, Church
First Sacrament Meeting, SFH Overeaters Anonymous Group, Parish Office Server Practice, Church Mass at Auburn Manor Angel Choir Rehearsal, Choir Loft Weekend Mass, Church
Family Movie Night, SFH High School Youth Group, Gym
Weekend Mass, Church Teen Cantors Choir, Church Weekend Mass, Church Sunday School Faith Formation, SFH Weekend Mass in Spanish, Church Fall Adult Bible Study, SFH Weekend Mass, Church Server Practice, Sanctuary
The Employment Ministry was recently made aware of a Manufacturing Company in Chaska looking to fill numerous positions. If hired, paid training is available during the day. For additional information, please call: 952.448.5100 or go to- www.sosstaffing.com for an application and to view the complete job description.
Gimnasio Abierto para Estudiantes de High School Angeles Guardianes ahora tiene un grupo juvenile de high school! Ven a divertirte. Traen a sus amigos. Donde: Guardian Angels School Gym Cuando: Sábado, el 15 de Octubre, 7-9pm Quien: 9-12 graders Costo: Gratis!! pero se aceptan donaciones Habrán botanas ¿Preguntas?? Por favor llamar a Mark Stoltman al 952-943-0869 o Emily Klinker al 952-227-4007
Guardian Angels School News
Education for the
Faith Formation A big thank you to all of the catechists and students for their participation in the Blessing of the animals last week during our Faith Formation Session! Your flexibility and support is greatly appreciated! Sacrament Preparation With the school year in full swing, we are now ready to begin our sacrament programs. Please check your calendars for the following dates: RCIA will have their second meeting THIS Sunday – Breaking Open the Word during the 10am Mass with the presentation to follow in the parish conference room. Confirmation year two will participate in the 6:15pm Mass THIS weekend (10-9-11) Confirmation year two will have their first parent student SPONSOR meeting THIS weekend at 7:15pm in SFH. Please note that sponsors MUST be at all meeting for your second year of preparation. Confirmation year two parent student SPONSOR make up session will be Wednesday, October 12, 2011 at 6:15pm in the school First Sacrament Preparation will have a parents ONLY meeting on Saturday, October 15, 2011 at 9am in SFH Confirmation year one will participate in the 6:15pm Mass on Sunday, November 6, 2011 Confirmation year one will have their first parent student meeting on Sunday, November 6, 2011 at 7:15pm in SFH Confirmation year one parent student make up session will be Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 6:15pm in the school. **Please note you MUST be registered for these programs BEFORE the first meeting. All registration can be found on our website. www.gacahska.org
OPEN GYM for High School Students GA now has a High School Youth Group! Come join us for a night of fun. Bring your friends! ……
Where: Guardian Angels School Gym When: Saturday Oct 15th, 7-9 pm Who: 9-12 graders Cost: Free, but free will offerings accepted Refreshments will be provided! mmmmm
Questions? Call Mark Stoltman ~ 952-943-0869 or Emily Klinker ~ 952-227-4007. See you there!
Mind~Body~Spirit Students at GA School love their new SmartBoard technology! This wonderful addition to four of our school classrooms was the key initiative from the Fund-a-Need Portion of our 2011 Spring Fling. Over 40 different people donated to this portion of the event--Thank you once again for your support and generosity to our school!
First grader Joshua Walter participating in a class activity.
Guardian Angels School is currently registering and forming basketball teams for the winter season. Any Guardian Angels Parishioners in grades 4-8 who would like to join the schools' teams are welcome to do so. Please contact the Athletic Director, Jeremiah Jones, with your interest and he'll send out the reg. information to you. email@example.com
Minnesota Immunization Network Initiative (MINI) FREE FLU SHOTS WHERE:
CHURCH OF THE GUARDIAN ANGEL 215 W. 2nd Street, Chaska, MN 55318 WHEN: SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20th 11 A.M. – 1:30 P.M. FOR WHO: ADULTS AND CHILDREN AT LEAST 6 MONTHS OLD SPONSORED BY: Church of the Guardian Angels and the MINI Project: St. Mary’s Health Clinics, Fairview Health Services, Homeland Health Specialists Inc., River Valley Nursing Center and MDH. MINNESOTA IMMUNIZATION NETWORK INITIATIVE (MINI) VACUNAS CONTRA LA GRIPE GRATIS DÓNDE: CUANDO: PARA QUIÉN:
IGLESIA LOS ÁNGELES GUARDIANES 215 W. 2nd Street, Chaska, MN 55318. DOMINGO 20 DE NOVIEMBRE De 11 de la mañana a 1:30 de la tarde ADULTOS Y NIÑOS MAYORES DE 6 MESES
Patrocinado por la Iglesia de los Ángeles Guardianes y el Proyecto MINI: St. Mary’s Health Clinics, Fairview Health Services, Homeland Health Specialists Inc, River Valley Nursing Center y MDH.
Annual Apple Crisp Sale October 15th and 16th 2011 A sign up sheet is located in the back of church to donate your apples and help peel, bake, or sell these scrumptious treats. We peel apples Friday night starting at 4:00 pm in school gym and start baking 7:00am Saturday morning in the school kitchen. All are welcome to join in the festivities. Proceeds for the G.A. Garden Fund. Tina Holmstadt 448-7569 Are you friendly and outgoing? Due to current ushers’ work schedules changing and ushers moving away we are in need of about 10-12 new ministers of hospitality for the 5 pm, 8 am, 10 am & 6:15 pm masses. Please contact: Marty O’Keefe at 952-368-7541 or firstname.lastname@example.org FAMILIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO SERVE TOGETHER.
Por el Padre Doug Rituales y Funerales Catolicos La presentacion mas facil y grafica de la muerte es descorazonadora. Algun personaje, en el curso de unas pocas horas quiza finalice un numero de vidas con inimaginable horror y lo haga aparecer graficamente, aun dramatizando en camara lenta para asegurarse de nuestra absorcion. Esta violencia, en el mundo de los juegos de video parece haber sido aceptada en forma general. El problema mas grande de todo esto, es la forma natural en que ha sucedido: una vida humana ha terminado - que sucede con los seres queridos de esa persona? Porque no vemos el funeral? Donde esta el dolor? La muerte es algo a lo que tememos, por nosotros mismos y por nuestros seres queridos. Aun nos encontramos entretenidos en la muerte humana, sin aceptar el miedo y desconociendo el dolor. Yo he visto comerciales de organizaciones seculares, proponiendo algo como simplificacion de la muerte mientras ellos convencen y animan a una cremacion sin "rituales complicados". Los rituales de amor son cadenas de comportamiento que nos hacen verdaderamente humanos. La gente siempre ha celebrado la vida con rituales: los cumpleanos, bautismos, primeras comuniones, confirmaciones, bodas, aniversarios, graduaciones y promociones, por nombrar algunos. El evitar el ritual del fin de la vida, niega la importancia de todo lo que ha sucedido durante nuestro tiempo entre la concepcion y la muerte. Los funerales son un componente critico en nuestra cultura de vida. Cuando un ser querido muere, necesitamos recordar el tiempo en que compartimos - recordar es la escensia del comportamiento humano. La perdida de un ser querido hace presente nuestro tiempo de sufrimiento y es cuando necesitamos compartir las memorias de amor selladas en el libro de la vida. Toda vida es importante a los hojos de Dios. Cuando somos bautizados, somos bautizados a la vida, sufrimiento, muerte y resureccion de Cristo Jesus. En el bautismo, comenzamos a ser hijos adoptivos de Dios; esto es mas importante de cualquier logro humano, esto nos pone a nosotros en una relacion personal con el Creador de todas las cosas y nos hace singularmente e individualmente importante a los ojos de Dios, nuestro Padre. Esto es un ritual que vale la pena! Un ritual importante de un funeral es la Visitacion (velorio, vigilia), cuando enfocamos nuestros recuerdos en el fallecimiento. La realidad del presente es que nos deja recordar lo que hemos perdido. Este es un tiempo oportuno para elogios. La Misa de Funeral de la resureccion nos apunta a recibir las promesas de nuestra Fe- redencion y vida con cuerpos resucitados (recordandonos quienes somos). La realidad de el presente, nos hace tener esperanza de el dia en que estaremos juntos otra vez. Esto es acerca de la esperanza que tenemos en nuestra fe en Dios. La esperanza centrada en ese dia final en que Cristo regresara y los cuerpos de los creyentes,estaran por los meritos de Cristo, resucitados y liberados del mal. Si se desean elogios, ellos deberan presentarse en el comedor seguido del funeral. Aunque la cremacion sea permitida antes del funeral, la Iglesia prefiere que la cremacion sea hasta despuers de la liturgia del funeral. Hacemos reverencia al cuerpo que le dio cabida al espiritu, para crecer en Fe y amor en la creacion material de Dios. Este cuerpo ha sido sepultado como el cuerpo que sera resucitado en gloria, muy probable de la cenizas o del polvo. Preferimos darle reverencia al cuerpo, en el estado en que su vida ha terminado en lugar de mas tarde en el proceso. Sin mas tardanzas, el cuerpo o restos de creamacion debera ser enterrado o sepultado. Esto nos pone a nosotros en el presente de nuestra realidad universal de la muerte. Es el punto final de nuestra vida. Se reconoce la realidad de la muerte; es tiempo de dejar esta vida sagrada regresar a Dios, mientras el dolor nos guia hacia el alivio. Los rituales del fin de la vida, nos dan conocimiento y enfatiza nuestra dignidad individual, como seres humanos y espirituales. Cuando el amor se interrumpe por la muerte, nuestra fe es nuestra esperanza. Somos seres integrados por naturaleza, con espiritu y carne, es todo lo que sabemos. Necesitamos por fe tener la seguridad de que esto es tambien una promesa eterna de resureccion cuando nos reuniremos con nuestros seres queridos. Nuestros rituales religiosos reflejan a Dios nuestro amor y nuestro amor al reglalo de la vida. Ellos reafirman la promesa de la resureccion que nos ayuda a travez de nuestro dolor. Nuestros rituales de fe, no apuntan a nuestra esperanza en la eternidad, cuando el sufrimiento, la muerte y todos nuestros temores mortales y lagrimas se terminaran para siempre.Cuando aceptemos esta realidad, comenzaremos a ser liberados y llenos de las promesas de fe.
Guardian Angels is one of 22 churches in Eastern Carver County that make up Love INC. You're invited to a wonderful evening at the Love INC Hope Banquet, Friday, Nov. 4th, at Hazeltine National Golf Club. What an amazing evening it will be as we hear Ray Charles' daughter, Sheila Raye, share her incredible journey from despair to hope. Also, Carol Zimmerman and some friends will provide first-class musical entertainment. You might also find a great deal at the silent auction, and bring hope and encouragement to those in need at the same time!
Hospitality Supplies Needed:
Just as you welcome friends and family into your home with a warm inviting cup of coffee or tea, our Parish office and Sunday Hospitality would like to continue doing the same. We are praying for a few Guardian Angels willing to donate supplies. We are in need of: · Paper goods – o Dinner size plates We also believe this banquet is a great way to o Dessert plates spread the news about what is happening through o Plastic spoons Love INC in our community to those who may o Plastic forks not know. Why not sponsor a whole table, or a o Kleenex · Coffee – half table, and invite a few friends, neighbors, or o Regular co-workers to join you for a fantastic evening? · Grocer’s gift cards to help purchase additional supplies. Call 952-448-2508 or go to www.loveincecc.org Donations may be dropped off in the Parish office between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. M-F or in the to order tickets or to get more information. Collection for Ministries kiosk in back of church marked “Hospitality Supplies”. Gift cards or cash donations marked “Hospitality Supplies” may be placed in the collection basket or in the mail boxes in the back of church. thank you! Volunteer Needed – Giving Tree Ministry:
Our Christmas Giving Tree has long been a wonderful way our Parish has given to people in our community during the Christmas season. The Parish is looking for a volunteer to take over this ministry. If no volunteer is found, we may need to discontinue this wonderful ministry. What’s involved…..
Contact organization and get a list of their needs.
Make tags for the tree. Collect and deliver gifts. Go shopping for missing gifts.
This ministry runs from October to December and is great for a family to do together. If you have questions or are interested in volunteering, contact Patty at 361-6938 or Jean at 227-4095.
Music Ministries at Guardian Angels Upcoming Angel’s Choir Mass Angel’s Choir, comprised of 3rd through 5th graders from ANY school, will be singing for the 5 pm mass on Saturday, October 15. Rehearsal will be that day at 3:30 pm for 5:00 o’clock mass. ALL ARE WELCOME! Please call your YES to Teresa Schmidt at 952-227-4084 or email to email@example.com so we can prepare for singers.
Teen Cantor Choir will be singing Sunday, October 16th for the 10 a.m. Mass! This choir is composed of 6th-12th grade cantors from any school. To sing at this Mass, please show up for BOTH rehearsals: Thursday, Oct. 13th (3:40-4:40 p.m.) Sunday, Oct. 16th (9:15 a.m.) Please call your YES to Teresa at 952-227-4084 or email tschmidt@GAchaska.org
Guardian Angels Quilting
Quilting will start October 20th at 8:00 a.m. in St. Francis Hall. Quilts will be made for Love INC & Bountiful Basket as well as anyone who would like to purchase a quilt during the year. We need stitchers and knitters. If you are interested, please contact Jeanette Van Sloun at 952-466-3384.
with Fr. Jim Livingston Friday, October 14, 7 pm St. Nicholas Catholic Church Carver, MN For more information please call 952-448-2345 or go to www.stnicholascarver.org.
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS Guardian Angels Church #260000 215 West 2nd Street Chaska, MN 55318 TELEPHONE 952 448-5272 CONTACT PERSON Deanna Rosenwinkel SOFTWARE MSPublisher 2007 Adobe Acrobat X Windows 7 PRINTER Ricoh SP C430DN TRANSMISSION TIME Tuesday 1:00 SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION October 9, 2011 NUMBER OF PAGES SENT 1 through 11 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS