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PALM SUNDAY MARCH 25, 2018 SAINTS JOSEPH, 25, 2018palm sunday Ι march 25, 2018 b a r r o n , c a m e r o n , c h e t e k s t r i c k l a n d , w i assumption blessed virgin mary p
PALM SUNDAY MARCH 25, 2018 SAINTS JOSEPH, 25, 2018palm sunday Ι march 25, 2018 b a r r o n , c a m e r o n , c h e t e k s t r i c k l a n d , w i assumption blessed virgin mary p
PALM SUNDAY MARCH 25, 2018 SAINTS JOSEPH, 25, 2018palm sunday Ι march 25, 2018 b a r r o n , c a m e r o n , c h e t e k s t r i c k l a n d , w i assumption blessed virgin mary p
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  • PALM SUNDAY MARCH 25, 2018

    B A R R O N , C A M E R O N , C H E T E K & S T R I C K L A N D , W I

    ASSUMPTION BLESSED VIRGIN MARY P A R I S H C L U S T E R

    SAINTS JOSEPH, PETER, BONIFACE &

    ONE. HOLY. APOSTOLIC. UNIVERSAL CHURCH. WE ARE CATHOLIC. WE ARE FAMILY. WELCOME HOME!

    C O N N E C T ! W I T H T H E W O R D

    Tuesday

    6PMST. PETER, CAMERON Wednesday

    7:15AMST. JOSEPH, BARRON Holy ThursdayMass of the

    Lords Supper

    7PMST. PETER, CAMERON Good Friday

    Passion of the Lord

    1PMST. PETER, CAMERON Holy Saturday

    Easter Vigil

    8:30PMST. PETER, CAMERON Easter Sunday Masses

    7:45AMABVM, STRICKLAND 9:30AMST. JOSEPH, BARRON 11AMST. BONIFACE, CHETEK

    MESSAGE FOR THE WEEK

    Our humanity bleeds through today's Gospel passages in more ways than one. We see both elation and fall, hope in the midst of the darker sides of our natures. If we allow it, these Gospels hold a mirror to our own fickle hearts. The crowds cry "Hosanna" and the Apostles profess allegiance unto death. In a manner of days -- even hours -- Jesus is betrayed, abandoned, denied, condemned, tortured, and executed. As God, he could have stopped this horrific narrative from unfolding, but he doesn't. He allows free will to play itself out. There are nearly two millennia between this spectacle and us. We can stand safely removed, if we choose. But Lent invites us to return to this story. Lent invites us to find ourselves in the people we encounter there. Are we the repentant woman at Bethany? Are we naysayers of such lavish piety? Have we acted in a way that betrays those we love or denies what we know to be good and true? Have we fallen asleep in our faith? Have we unfairly accused others of a crime or immorality we imagine, though perhaps they didn't commit? Do we help others carry their burdens? Do we stand in solidarity with those who suffer? Do we care for the dying? This week, take up today's Gospel again. Look carefully at the Passion narrative and sit with it in silence. Find yourself in the story and ponder its meaning for your own life. Journey with Jesus to the foot of the Cross so that you too may say, along with the faithful centurion, "truly this man was the Son of God!"

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  • Saturday 4:00 pm Olivia King by Joseph & Irene Mujwid Family ABVM 5:30 pm Pray the Rosary Before Mass SP 6:00 pm Pat Gehan by Gehan Family SP Sunday 7:30 am Pray the Rosary Before Mass SP 8:00 am All the People of our Parish Cluster SP 9:00 am Pray the Rosary before Mass SJ 9:30 am All Souls SJ 10:30 am Pray the Rosary before Mass SB 11:00 am Joann Stefl by Jene & Marge SB

    Tuesday 6:00 pm Dennis Sailor by Friends and Family SP Wednesday 7:15 am Special Intention for Families SJ 8:00 am Eucharistic Adoration until 3:00 pm SJ 2:45 pm Divine Mercy Chaplet SJ Holy Thursday 7:00pm All the People of our Parish Cluster SP Good Friday 1:00 pm Good Friday Services SP Holy Saturday 8:30 pm All the People of our Parish Cluster SP Easter Sunday 7:45 am Jean Ebner by Robert ABVM 9:00 am Pray the Rosary before Mass SJ 9:30 am Yvonne Anglesburg by Pat Sirovatka SJ 10:30 am Pray the Rosary before Mass SB 11:00 am Richard Scott by George & Betty Scott SB

    SB-St. Boniface SJ-St. Joseph SP-St. Peter ABVM-Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

    Cluster Administrative Office www.sspbandj.org 827 E. LaSalle Avenue Barron, WI 54812 Phone: 715-637-3255 Fax: 715-637-3252 Email: stjosephchurch@chibardun.net Email: stbonifacechetek@chibardun.net

    Ministry Staff Fr. Bala Raju Policetty, Sacramental Minister..715-292-8681 E-Mail . bpolice@rediffmail.com Very Reverend John Gerritts .Supervising Pastor Patty Gerber, Parish Director..715-642-2560 Email.pgerber4127@charter.net Deacon Dan Ford 715-924-3514 Office Staff Marsha Rheingans, Secretary/Bookkeeper Anne Stephens, Faith Formation Mindy Hamilton, Assistant Religious Education Coordinator

    Sacraments Reconciliation: Father Bala will be present in the Confessional, for Reconciliation at all parishes, 30 minutes prior to all Masses, Tuesday-Saturday; and prior to Sunday Mass at St. Peter; and 9-10am on the1st Saturday of the month at St. Joseph. Reconciliation may also be received following most Masses or by appointment.

    Anointing of the Sick: By appointment, please call parish office first. If an emergency, please call Father Bala Policetty directly.

    Baptism: Please call the parish office to schedule. First time parents, please plan to attend a baptismal preparation session prior to your childs baptism.

    Marriage: Please make arrangements for marriage prep classes beginning six months before the wedding.

    Homebound Communion Communion is given weekly to our cluster homebound parishioners. If you would like to be added to the list, please call the cluster office.

    Pastoral Visits: Please contact Father Policetty if you or a loved one would like to be visited.

    Weekly Sacrificial Giving

    Adult Loose Special Total

    ABVM $268 $233 $10 $511

    STB $1602 $203 $490 $2295

    STJ $1244 $58 $713 $2015

    STP $1182 $116 $315 $1613

    Thank you! for your continued financial support! Your contributions

    are vital to your parish.

    MON

    6pm

    Rosary/Morning Star Prayer Group, STJ

  • TUES

    9:30am 6pm 6:45pm

    Mass, Dove Health Care Mass, STP Cluster Choir Practice for Easter, STP

    THURS

    7PM HOLY THURSDAY MASS, Adoration Following Mass, STP

    F A I T H F O R M A T I O N RECOGNIZE GOD IN YOUR

    ORDINARY MOMENTS I read a story recently about a teacher who donated a kidney to one of her former students. This tremendous act of selflessness came about because the young person had lost most of the function of his kidneys due to an illness. Literally, that teacher gave the gift of life to someone who wasn't her own child or another fami-ly member. This is certainly radical stewardship. How far would you go to give of yourself so that another might live? Would you have to love him or her like your own child or parent? No one can deny it would be a difficult decision, especially if your giving put your own health at risk. Reflecting on these things helps to provide some perspective on the crucifixion of Jesus. Not only did he suffer tremendously at the hands of the Romans, he gave his life for us so we might live forever. What does true stewardship look like? The cross is a symbol to us of total surrender. When we are called to give of ourselves in ordinary ways in daily life we sometimes hesitate and think twice. Perhaps when we are unsure we should look to the cross and there we can find our strength. And then when the call comes to truly sacrifice and place our trust in God, we may have already developed a lifestyle that makes responding, "yes," that much easier. Tracy Earl Welliver, MTS

    WED

    7:15am 8am

    Mass, STJ Eucharistic Adoration, STJ NO RELIGIOUS ED. CLASSES

    WHY DO WE DO THAT? - CATHO-LIC LIFE EX-PLAINED

    Question: Where do Palm Sunday palms come from and where should they go? Answer: The Palm Sunday cele-bration has ancient origins. Beginning the liturgy "outside" the church, we sym-bolically reenact Christ's entry into Jerusalem. The crowds in ancient Israel waved palm branches - a symbol of royalty - to welcome Jesus. These days, obtain-ing palms takes a lot of planning and co-ordination, as hun-dreds of thousands of churches worldwide need them on the same day! Many in the United States order palms from Florida, California, Texas, or Central America. Many companies stress the sustainability of their production and the just wages paid to their work-ers. The palms used on Palm Sunday are blessed at Mass. This means they shouldn't end up in the trash! Many people weave palms into crosses or families display them in their homes. If you do not plan on displaying your palms throughout the year, they should be burned, bur-ied, or left at the church. In the final case, the palms are burned to provide the ashes for next year's Ash Wednesday service.

    Do you have an idea that might enhance parish life? A suggestion to enhance the building atmosphere of the parish? Do you see a need for repair somewhere in the church? NEW! At the back of each parish you will find a Share

    Board. If you have an idea to share, simply take a card from the board, complete it and drop it into the collection

    basket for delivery to the Administration Office! Ideas will be brought to the attention of the buildings and grounds committee of the parish, and to the parish

    council to determine what actions need or can be taken.

    YOUR BRIGHT IDEAS, SUGGESTIONS, MAINTENANCE

  • FRI

    8:30am 1PM

    Stations of the Cross, STB GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE, STP

    SUN

    7:45am 9:30am 11am

    Mass, ABVM Mass, STJ Mass, STB

    SAT

    8:30PM HOLY SATURDAY MASS, STP Happy Birthday Fr. Bala!

    P R A Y E R S & P R A Y E R F U L O P P O R T U N I T I E S

    Attitude of Gratitude Every week, parishioners and employees of our parishes go over and beyond to make our Catholic Parish Cluster something special!