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OUR LADY O P EACE F

Parish Bulletin

510 S. C OL UM B U S A VEN U E ● M A R SH FI EL D , WI 54449 ● (715) 384-9414 ● olpmarshfield.com

JULY 8, 2018

14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Holy Sacrifice of the Mass Weekend Mass Times: Saturday: 5:30 pm Sunday: 8:30 am and 10:00 am Weekday Offerings: Monday: 7:00 am Communion Service Tuesday: 5:30 pm Mass Wednesday: 7:00 am Mass Thursday: 7:00 am Mass Friday: 7:00 am Mass Confession: Saturdays, 4:45 pm or by appointment First Saturday of the Month: 8 am Mass with Adoration until noon

—————————————————————— Business Manager Kara McManus kara@olpmarshfield.com Bookkeeper Brenda Dieringer finance@olpmarshfield.com Music Director Elijah Schuh music@olpmarshfield.com Sister Virdean Meyer adulted@olpmarshfield.com Communion to the Homebound Pauline Hebert & Debbie Hebert 715-305-8641 Prayer Chain Jane Anderson 715-207-0477 requestforprayerolp@gmail.com Bulletin bulletin@olpmarshfield.com

Office Hours:

Monday—Friday: 8:00 am—4:00 pm

office@olpmarshfield.com 715-384-9414

WELCOME TO ALL OF OUR FAMILIES AND VISITORS! The Amazing Parish Prayer Heavenly Father, We thank you for gathering us together and calling us to serve as your disciples. You have charged us through Your Son, Jesus, with the great mission of evangelizing and witnessing your love to the world. Send Your Holy Spirit to guide us as we discern Your will for the spiritual renewal of our parish. Give us strength, courage, and clear vision as we use our gifts to serve You. We entrust our parish family to the care of Mary, our mother, and ask for her intercession and guidance as we strive to bear witness to the Gospel and build an Amazing Parish. Amen


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Parents reques!ng to have a child bap!zed are invited to call the Parish Office at 715-384-9414.

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Celebrated on Saturdays from 4:45—5:15 p.m. and by appointment. Communal Penance Services are held during Advent and Lent.

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Ongoing catechesis is essen!al in the faith forma!on of the youth of Our Lady of Peace Parish (OLP). Children must be enrolled con3nually from the First Grade in either Columbus Catholic Schools or OLP’s Religious Educa!on Programs (H.O.P.E.) to receive either the Sacraments of First Eucharist or Confirma!on.

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Knowing how important it is to marry in the Church, we are happy to see weddings take place in our parish. As this prepara!on takes !me, couples are asked to contact the Parish Office 8—12 months before the wedding.

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If any parishioner is ill at home or going into the hospital and would like to receive the Anoin!ng of the Sick, please contact the Parish Office at 715-384-9414. NEW OLP PARISHIONERS To join the Our Lady of Peace Parish Community, please register at the Parish Office located at 510 S. Columbus Ave., at the Welcome Desk in church or call 715-384-9414.

ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA On July 14th, we celebrate the feast of the "Lily of the Mohawks." St. Kateri Tekakwitha is the first Native American woman to be canonized. Orphaned by a smallpox outbreak, Kateri survived with severe scarring and impaired eyesight. Despite tragedy, she was a devout girl at a young age, often building crosses from sticks in the woods. When she was 18, she began secret instruction in the Catholic faith with French missionaries. Her commitment to Christianity and vow of virginity was misunderstood and ridiculed by her fellow villagers. She escaped to a nearby mission, where she attended daily Mass, taught the children, and cared for the sick and the elderly. Sometimes the greatest misunderstandings can come from those closest to us. Like St. Kateri, God invites us to be faithful to our commitments of faith and to always respond in love. Immediate openings at Our Lord at Pope St. John Paul II Perpetual Adoration Chapel, 510 S. Columbus Ave., on Tuesdays 1pm-2pm and Saturdays from 11am-noon. If you are able to adore at one or both of these times please call Jean at 715-387-0571 or Dale at 715-383-2262. God Bless You!

DO YOU LOVE DIVINE MERCY? Everyone who wants to live Mercy and the spiritual life more deeply is welcome to attend our twice monthly meetings. Sister Mary Veronica will lead us through teaching, prayer and fellowship. The next meeting is Thursday, July 12th @ 7 PM at Corpus Christi Church (10075 HWY BB - Bakerville, WI). Meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month unless otherwise indicated. Questions? Please contact: fsofdivinemercy@gmail.com or 715-451-2395. Please spread the word!

Soup or Socks

Summer Food for Kids

Items Needed: · Jars of PB-16-18 oz. · Jelly- 18oz, (not glass) squeeze jars kids friendly flavors · Cereal 12oz- Cheerios, Raisin Bran, Life · Granola bars · Goldfish crackers · Animal crackers · Pretzels (bigger the bag the better) · Gallon ziplock bags · Fruit cups · Applesauce cups · Fruit leather · Saltines

The purpose of the program is to supplement the food availability for kids who normally receive free/ reduced cost meals and NOW (Nutrition on Weekends) packs during the school year. (Please check for expiration dates so will be good through September 10, 2018) Money is also needed. Checks should be made out to United Way with “summer food program” in the subject line. Food collected for this project should be taken to SOS and marked for the "Summer Food for Kids" boxes. They can be left inside the outer door with a sign attached when pantry is closed. There will be a collection site at your church. We will be packing boxes/making snack mix every other Monday at SOS at 1pm. We will start June 25 If you or anyone in your congregation would like to help pack or for more information through September 10. contact Kathy at <kasbehnke@gmail.com>

God’s work…our hands.

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WELCOME TO OUR LADY OF PEACE PARISH


PARISH NEWS Finding Christ in Our Weakness By Seminarian Arturo Vigueras

We are very excited to welcome Fr. Doug to our Our Lady of Peace family! Rev. Douglas C. Robertson was born in 1965 and raised in La Crosse, the youngest of five children of Charles, a firefighter, and Jean, a nurse. He attended St. Patrick’s and Cathedral schools and graduated in 1983 from Aquinas High School. He graduated in 1988 from Winona State University with bachelor’s degree in English Education and is a licensed 7-12 teacher. His Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction is from Minnesota State University at Mankato. He also graduated in 1996 from the Mundelein Seminary at the University of St. Mary of the Lake. Fr. Doug was ordained a priest of the Diocese of La Crosse at the Cathedral on 13 July 1996. He served pastoral and chaplaincy assignments in Marshfield (St. John’s), Mondovi, Wisconsin Rapids, Fountain City, Independence and LaCrosse before returning to Marshfield but now at Our Lady of Peace.

“We are glad to have you as a part of our Church. May God enrich our lives together as we worship and serve Him.” Genesis 21:22

We are currently in need of volunteers to help serve our parish in the following two areas: 1. Office Help— Main task will be answering phones. Times available are Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8-Noon and Monday, Wednesday, Friday afternoons from noon-4. 2. Religious Education Teachers and Teacher Assistants If interested or want to learn more contact Kara at office@olpmarshfield.com or 715-384-9414

Capital Improvement Campaign Update — July 2, 2018 The donations and pledges are coming in and we are so very grateful. We still have to fund the heating system for the school.

As of July 2: 155 donors have pledged/donated $283,607.12. This is 75.6% of our $375,000 goal. Thank you so much for your support.

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JULY 8, 2018 ● 14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Do you remember when you left home for the first time to make your way in life? This is a scary action and it can impact the whole family. The one leaving will often have mixed feelings, wanting to strike out and be independent; and yet feeling the pain of leaving loved ones. Parents will have the same mixed feelings; on one side, they are glad that their son or daughter is ready to move on, and also know they will miss them very much. The differences between leaving and homecoming are usually happy experiences for all involved. Yet, homecomings can be complicated too. The one returning for a visit may have changed significantly since going away, and those at home may have changed too. There can be mistaken expectations based on how things were in the past, rather than on how things have changed in the meantime. Adjusting to what has taken place while the family member was away can be difficult for everyone. In the Gospel reading for today, we hear of Jesus returning to his home town of Nazareth, having left there some time previously. He had spent the best part of thirty years in Nazareth. During that time, he was known by all as the carpenter; the son of Mary. However, since leaving Nazareth, Jesus’ life had taken a new direction. He had immersed himself into the work that God had given him to do. He had left Nazareth as a carpenter; he returned as a teacher and a healer. There was in fact much more to Jesus that his own townspeople had ever suspected while he was living among them. The gospel suggests that the people could not accept this and as a result the people in Nazareth rejected Jesus. They wanted him to be the person they had always known; they would not allow him to move on from that. Jesus’ homecoming turned out to be more painful than his leaving home. God’s unique Son, who proclaimed the presence of God’s kingdom, was experienced by the people of Nazareth as a thorn in the flesh, to use an image from today’s second reading. The people of Nazareth thought they knew him well. The image they had of Jesus, which they held on to with stubbornness, became a block to their learning more about him. Too easily we assume that we know someone, when we only know one side of them. We can form strong opinions on the basis of past experiences. We can become so attached to these opinions that even when the evidence is there to challenge them, we are completely unmoved. There was more to Jesus than the people of Nazareth could know. Indeed, there is always more to every human being than we are aware of. That is true even of those we would claim to know well; such as, family members and good friends. We are each made in God’s image. There is a profound mystery to each one of us. We can never fully probe the mystery of another person’s life. We each need to approach everyone with the awareness that there is more here than I can see. It was Jesus’ very ordinary life (the life of carpenter) that made it difficult for the people of Nazareth to see him as he really was. God was powerfully present to them in and through someone who was as ordinary, in many respects, as they themselves. God continues to come to us today in and through the ordinary, in and through those who are most familiar to us. In the religious sphere, there can be a certain fascination with the extraordinary and the unusual. The Gospels suggest that the primary way the Lord comes to us is in and through the ordinary every day routine of our lives. The Lord can reach us through an experience that initially seems very negative. St Paul made this discovery for himself according to his letter today. He struggled with what he called a thorn in the flesh. It is not easy to know what he means by this. Whatever it was, he wanted to be rid of it. He saw no good in it and he prayed earnestly to the Lord to take it from him, fully expecting that his prayer would be heard. Paul’s prayer was answered, but not in the way he expected. In prayer he came to realize that God was powerfully present in and through this thorn in the flesh. When we struggle with something inside ourselves or with something outside ourselves, some other person perhaps, we can be tempted to see the struggle as totally negative and just want to be rid of it. Like Paul, however, we can discover that this difficult experience is opening us up to God’s presence. The very thing we judge to be of little or no value can create a space for God to work powerfully in our lives. There is something of a paradox in what Paul hears the risen Lord say to him, ‘My power is at its best in weakness.’ It is often when we most feel life as a struggle that God can touch our lives most powerfully and creatively.

MISSION STATEMENT LOVE GOD LOVE OTHERS MAKE DISCIPLES

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MASS & LITURGICAL MINISTRY SCHEDULE 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Check Ministry Scheduler Pro for most up-to-date info)

Sat. July 14 5:30 pm Lectors: Joe Baierl (1), Marie Fleisner (2) Euch. Min.: Nancy Baierl, Marie Fleisner, Mark Fonferek, Chuck Kahl, Carmela Kolbeck Servers: Daniel Adler, Theresa Adler Ushers: Bill Draxler, Andy Martin Greeters: Tom Fleisner, Jim Kress, Scott Maurina, Rich Nesbitt, Kay Viergutz Music Min.: Joan Frericks Sun. July 15 8:30 am Lectors: Julie Schlagenhaft (1), Tom Schlagenhaft (2) Euch. Min.: Kathie Boyance, Brigid Dean, Corrine Johnson, Terese Michalski, Tammi Timmler Servers: Dominic and Austin Springer, Sam Wilczek Ushers: Tim Hughes, Jeff Timmler Greeters: Larry Steinwagner, Joe Orella Music Min.: Edna DeVries Sun. July 15 10:00 am Lectors: Steve Van Wyhe (1), Wayne Schultz (2) Euch. Min.: Clarence Hartl, Mary Hartl, Andrew Spencer, Sheila Spencer, Steve Van Wyhe, Lori Zimmerman Servers: Riley Schueller, Haley and Josh Van Wyhe Ushers: Patrick Andreae, Nate Mueller, John Boyle Greeters: James Banks, Jon Boyle, Eric Fehrenbach Music Min.: Janet Orella Communion Ministers to the Homebound July 8-14: Pauline Hebert/Dan Aumann July 15-21: Mary Jean and Micheal Seelen/Debbie Hebert Funeral Servers July 8-14: John Bujalski/Fred Bersalona July 15-21: Dick Thomer/Stan Charron

JULY REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAMS Tuesday

Wednesday

DIVINE MERCY COMMUNITY

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Coming Soon! Mark Your Calendars Wisconsin Farm Technology Days July 10-12 Location: D&B Sternweis Farms and Weber’s Farm Store—Heiman Holsteins 9885 Co. Hwy H Marshfield Your children are invited to grow in faith at a Totally Catholic VBS this summer! Discover how Jesus rescues us through life’s storms. High school and middle school students are welcome to volunteer. This is an easy way to get a lot of service hours OLP Vacation Bible while having fun helping kids grow in faith. Registration forms and Volunteer Sign Up forms can be School Monday—Friday July found at olpmarshfield.com and at the Welcome Desk in church. For more information, contact Joann Roehl at 23-27 roehljoann@gmail.com. 9:30 a.m.—noon

MARSHFIELD PARISH PULL Gates Open at 5 Pulling Starts at 7 The Knights of Columbus is again sponsoring the Our Lady of Guadalupe Silver Rose Run. The Silver Rose which starts its run in Canada and makes its way to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Monterrey, Mexico will be making a stop in Marshfield at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church on July 21st. Please join us for a prayer service at 4:00 PM.

MASS INTENTIONS/READINGS SUNDAY July 8, 2018 8:30 am † Dale Folz 10:00 am † Our Lady of Peace Parish Family Ez 2:2-5/Ps 123:1-4/2 Cor 12:7-10/Mk 6:1-6a MONDAY July 9, 2018 7:00 am Communion Service Hos 2:16, 17b-18, 21-22/Ps 145:2-9/Mt 9:18-26 TUESDAY July 10, 2018 5:30 pm † Elizabeth Fahey Hos 8:4-7, 11-13/Ps 115:3-10/Mt 9:32-38 WEDNESDAY July 11, 2018 7:00 am † Raymond and Irene Johnson Hos 10:1-3, 7-8, 12/Ps 105:2-7/Mt 10:1-7 THURSDAY July 12, 2018 7:00 am † Albert and Lucetta Kroll Hos 11:1-4, 8e-9/Ps 80:2-3, 15-16/Mt 10:7-15

3:00 pm

Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet in Church

7:00 pm

Adoramus Te Choir Practice

7:30 am

Moms in Prayer

7-8:00 pm

Praise Choir Practice

SATURDAY July 14, 2018 5:30 pm † Philip Ejercito

2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month • 7pm

Meetings are held at Corpus Christi

SUNDAY July 15, 2018 8:30 am † Olive and Jim Pankratz 10:00 am † Our Lady of Peace Parish Family Am 7:12-15/Ps 85:9-14/Eph 1:3-14 or 1:3-10/Mk 6:7-13

WELCOME TO OUR LADY OF PEACE PARISH

FRIDAY July 13, 2018 7:00 am † Don Anderson Hos 14:2-10/Ps 51:3-4, 8-9, 12-14 and 17/Mt 10:16-23

JULY 8, 2018 ● 14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

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MASS & LITURGICAL MINISTRY SCHEDULE 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Check Ministry Scheduler Pro for most up-to-date info)

Sat. July 14 5:30 pm Lectors: Joe Baierl (1), Marie Fleisner (2) Euch. Min.: Nancy Baierl, Marie Fleisner, Mark Fonferek, Chuck Kahl, Carmela Kolbeck Servers: Daniel Adler, Theresa Adler Ushers: Bill Draxler, Andy Martin Greeters: Tom Fleisner, Jim Kress, Scott Maurina, Rich Nesbitt, Kay Viergutz Music Min.: Joan Frericks Sun. July 15 8:30 am Lectors: Julie Schlagenhaft (1), Tom Schlagenhaft (2) Euch. Min.: Kathie Boyance, Brigid Dean, Corrine Johnson, Terese Michalski, Tammi Timmler Servers: Dominic and Austin Springer, Sam Wilczek Ushers: Tim Hughes, Jeff Timmler Greeters: Larry Steinwagner, Joe Orella Music Min.: Edna DeVries Sun. July 15 10:00 am Lectors: Steve Van Wyhe (1), Wayne Schultz (2) Euch. Min.: Clarence Hartl, Mary Hartl, Andrew Spencer, Sheila Spencer, Steve Van Wyhe, Lori Zimmerman Servers: Riley Schueller, Haley and Josh Van Wyhe Ushers: Patrick Andreae, Nate Mueller, John Boyle Greeters: James Banks, Jon Boyle, Eric Fehrenbach Music Min.: Janet Orella Communion Ministers to the Homebound July 8-14: Pauline Hebert/Dan Aumann July 15-21: Mary Jean and Micheal Seelen/Debbie Hebert Funeral Servers July 8-14: John Bujalski/Fred Bersalona July 15-21: Dick Thomer/Stan Charron

JULY REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAMS Tuesday

Wednesday

DIVINE MERCY COMMUNITY

4a

Coming Soon! Mark Your Calendars Wisconsin Farm Technology Days July 10-12 Location: D&B Sternweis Farms and Weber’s Farm Store—Heiman Holsteins 9885 Co. Hwy H Marshfield Your children are invited to grow in faith at a Totally Catholic VBS this summer! Discover how Jesus rescues us through life’s storms. High school and middle school students are welcome to volunteer. This is an easy way to get a lot of service hours OLP Vacation Bible while having fun helping kids grow in faith. Registration forms and Volunteer Sign Up forms can be School Monday—Friday July found at olpmarshfield.com and at the Welcome Desk in church. For more information, contact Joann Roehl at 23-27 roehljoann@gmail.com. 9:30 a.m.—noon

MARSHFIELD PARISH PULL Gates Open at 5 Pulling Starts at 7 The Knights of Columbus is again sponsoring the Our Lady of Guadalupe Silver Rose Run. The Silver Rose which starts its run in Canada and makes its way to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Monterrey, Mexico will be making a stop in Marshfield at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church on July 21st. Please join us for a prayer service at 4:00 PM.

MASS INTENTIONS/READINGS SUNDAY July 8, 2018 8:30 am † Dale Folz 10:00 am † Our Lady of Peace Parish Family Ez 2:2-5/Ps 123:1-4/2 Cor 12:7-10/Mk 6:1-6a MONDAY July 9, 2018 7:00 am Communion Service Hos 2:16, 17b-18, 21-22/Ps 145:2-9/Mt 9:18-26 TUESDAY July 10, 2018 5:30 pm † Elizabeth Fahey Hos 8:4-7, 11-13/Ps 115:3-10/Mt 9:32-38 WEDNESDAY July 11, 2018 7:00 am † Raymond and Irene Johnson Hos 10:1-3, 7-8, 12/Ps 105:2-7/Mt 10:1-7 THURSDAY July 12, 2018 7:00 am † Albert and Lucetta Kroll Hos 11:1-4, 8e-9/Ps 80:2-3, 15-16/Mt 10:7-15

3:00 pm

Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet in Church

7:00 pm

Adoramus Te Choir Practice

7:30 am

Moms in Prayer

7-8:00 pm

Praise Choir Practice

SATURDAY July 14, 2018 5:30 pm † Philip Ejercito

2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month • 7pm

Meetings are held at Corpus Christi

SUNDAY July 15, 2018 8:30 am † Olive and Jim Pankratz 10:00 am † Our Lady of Peace Parish Family Am 7:12-15/Ps 85:9-14/Eph 1:3-14 or 1:3-10/Mk 6:7-13

WELCOME TO OUR LADY OF PEACE PARISH

FRIDAY July 13, 2018 7:00 am † Don Anderson Hos 14:2-10/Ps 51:3-4, 8-9, 12-14 and 17/Mt 10:16-23

JULY 8, 2018 ● 14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

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