Saint Francisde SalesCatholic ChurchSaint John the Baptist Catholic ChurchDiocese of Crookston601 15th Avenue NorthMoorhead, MN 56560Hours M – F 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.Web https://stfrancismhd.orgPhone (218) 233-4780Fax (218) 227-0021Email [email protected] https://fb.me/stfrancismhd“Seek the Lord in All that You Do!” THIRTEENTH SUNDAYIN ORDINARY TIMEDomingo XIII, Tiempo OrdinarioJune 28, 2020STAFFRev. Raúl Pérez-Cobo, [email protected], ext. 106Sr. Lucy Pérez-Calixto,Guadalupe [email protected], ext. 107Dennis Ouderkirk,Administrative [email protected], ext. 101Devan Hirning, Coordinator ofReligious [email protected], ext. 104Swede Stelzer, ParishManagement [email protected], ext. 108Anthony Schefter,Bulletin/Web/Sign [email protected], ext. 105Dean Bloch and YeseniaMendoza, CustodiansBob Seigel and Kim Bloch,TrusteesMr. Andrew Hilliker, SaintJoseph’s School [email protected] (218) 233-0553PASTORAL COUNCILDanielle HolmesSharon JorschumbShari LeeSr. Lucy Perez-CalixtoDeacon Dean RobertsKelli SimonsonTraci SteffenFrancisco ValenzuelaFINANCE COUNCILKim Bloch – TrusteeAnn HenneCarol NygaardBob Seigel – Trustee“And whoever does not take up his crossand follow after me is not worthy of me.”(Matthew 10:38)VICTIM ASSISTANCEIf you or someone you know hasbeen the victim of sexual misconduct on the part of a priest,deacon, or individual representing the Diocese of Crookston,its parishes, or its schools, yourfirst call should be to lawenforcement. In addition, thediocesanVictimAssistanceCoordinator is available at(218) 281-7895 (24-hour confidential number).
THIS WEEKRITES OF PASSAGEFor the time being Father is suspendingthe 8 am Thursday Mass.BAPTISM We welcome those newlybaptized. Please pray for them as theycontinue to grow in Christ. Parishionersseeking baptism for their child shouldschedule an appointment and completethe preparation before the birth.Saturday 27thST. CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA, BISHOP ANDDOCTOR OF THE CHURCH5 pm, Mass for the Thirteenth Sunday inOrdinary Time – Chad Varriano †Sunday 28thTHIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME8 am, Mass – Bernadine Wambach †10 am, Mass – Pro Populo12 noon, Mass (Spanish) - Roberto Lopez †Monday 29thSS. PETER AND PAUL, APOSTLES8 am, Mass - Helen Nemzek †Tuesday 30thTHE FIRST MARTYRS OF THE HOLY ROMANCHURCH8 am, Mass – Cleola Sauter †7 pm, Mass (Spanish)Wednesday 1stST. JUNÍPERO SERRA, PRIEST8 am, Mass – Elias Hoffart †Thursday 2ndNO MASSFriday 3rdST. THOMAS, APOSTLEOFFICE CLOSEDNO MASSSaturday 4thINDEPENDENCE DAY5 pm, Mass for the Fourteenth Sunday inOrdinary Time – Mark Schreiner †Sunday 5thFOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME8 am, Mass – Pro Populo10 am, Mass – Christian Mothers12 noon, Mass (Spanish) - Jorge & LauraAnguiano (25th Wedding Anniversary)MARRIAGES & BANNS Please join usin praying for all newly married couples& those preparing for the sacrament ofMatrimony. Registered members of theparish are to make arrangements for thewedding at least 6 months in advance.DEATHS Please remember those whoare grieving the loss of a loved one inyour prayers.Roberto Lopez – June 9Francis Theis – June 5Bernadine Wambach – June 2PRAY FOR OUR PARISHIONERSWHO ARE ILL Please join us inpraying for all our sick parishioners. Ifyou are ill and would like to be prayedfor by our parish family, or if you arehospitalized or homebound and wouldlike a visit, please call the parish office.For all parishioners suffering fromCOVID-19 and their families.Michael Anderson Nikolai CarlsonGregory CoulterMichael DaughertyJames EricksonMarge EricksonGerald FolstromAndrew FridgenJulie FridgenKathy HarringtonDaniel Hendricks Judy KuzelTony LeeJeaninne McAllisterJane McGoughAnn MertesLynden MohlerAl MorrisBetty RichardsRobert SeigelKris ShelladayKathleen SteinmannBob StrnadCharles WendlickBlankets are available for you to pass alongto those whom you know need prayers.Names to this list are added at therequest of the individual or by family onbehalf of the individual. The nameremains on the list unless and until weare contacted and told to take it off.NEW PARISHIONERS We welcomeeveryone to come and worship with ourfaith community. Contact the parishoffice or visit www.stfrancismhd.org toregister. If you are not Catholic, pleasecall the office to learn about RCIA.Welcome to our parish family.PLEASE OBSERVE THESERULES FOR MASSATTENDANCE Please arrive early. Enter and exitonly through the east doors. Yourtemperature will be taken at thedoor when you enter and you willbe escorted to your seat by anusher. Please wait for an usher todismiss you when Mass has ended. You must wear a mask at all times.There are no extra masks atchurch, so please come prepared. Please place your offertoryenvelope or donation in the basketoutside of the sanctuary. Therewill be no collection during Mass. Do not shake hands during theSign of Peace. A simple bow ofthe head is fine. Prior to Communion, the priest willsay; “The Body of Christ.”Everyone will then respond;“AMEN”. There will be no one-onone responses with the priestwhile he is distributing theEucharist. Eucharist is received in thehand only.Please be patient with us as this is allnew to the priest and the staffassisting during the Mass. Thank you.STEWARDSHIP OF TREASUREContributions received the weekending June 20 – 21 (Week #51)Envelopes (20) 2,596.00ACH (28) 4,099.50Loose Plate 9.00Total 6,704.50June Total 19,212.00Monthly Budget Goal 30,466.00% of Monthly Budget Goal63.1%
PARISH NEWSMass is Now Live and In-person!St. Joseph’s Cemetery AssociationSt. Joe’s Cemetery is located on theeast side of 11th Street on the northside of the Crystal Sugar plant inSt. Francis parish has resumed our normal weekend Mass schedule.Moorhead. The cemetery is for the useThe 8 am Georgetown Mass is being celebrated for the time being atof the parishioners of St. Francis deSt. Francis. All are welcome if this time suits you. We are practicingSales, St. Joseph’s, St. Elizabeth,social distancing and taking temperatures of everyone who attends.Dilworth and St. Cecelia’s in Sabin.Above all please plan on wearing a mask; no one will be admittedGovernance is accomplished by awithout one. Elderly and sick people are still asked to stay home; theboard of directors, which is made up ofMass will continue to be livestreamed for those who cannot make it to church or do notthe pastors and lay representativesfeel comfortable doing so. Bishop Hoeppner’s dispensation from the obligation tofrom each parish.attend Sunday Mass in person remains in effect, so nobody has to go to Mass. To viewIf cremation is in your burial plans, St.the livestreams, visit our Facebook page at https://fb.me/stfrancismhd or our websiteJoseph’s Cemetery has two columbaria,at https://stfrancismhd.org.which are beautiful structures that holdsurns of cremains.Within eachcolumbarium there are single anddouble niches. The columbaria areThe church doors will be locked five minutes before Mass begins because of our COVID-19located in the original cemetery near thecleaning protocol. Anyone arriving after that time will not be able to get in.south entrance. They have single anddouble niches. A single niche sells for 1,250 and a double niche sells for 1,525. These prices include the nameplaque for the niche. Plots are 500Our Wednesday morning maintenance crew has slowlyeach or 250 for infant plots. Contactdwindled down to one person, and he surely could use someRob Thom at (701) 566-2605 forhelp. If you have some time on Wednesday mornings fromadditional information or to purchase a8 am to Noon, please consider joining the one man crew inniche or plot.doing light maintenance around the church. Cutting grass,painting and some maintenance are just a few of the manyJOB OPENING AT ST. LIZ’Sopportunities. Remember your reward is eternal life inSt. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church,heaven, but while you are here on earth, we offer coffee,Dilworth, has an opening for either onesoda and cookies!person to fill a roughly 20 hours perweek position as Coordinator ofConfirmation: July 12 at 10 amReligious Education for pre-K throughBishop Hoeppner will be visiting Sunday, July 12, to confer the sacrament ofconfirmation 11th grade, or twoConfirmation on our candidates at the 10 am Mass. ONLY CONFIRMANDS ANDpositions of roughly 10 hours per weekIMMEDIATE FAMILY WILL BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND THIS MASS, DUE TO SOCIALfor a pre-K-elementary coordinator andDISTANCING REQUIREMENTS. If you are not a Confirmand or family member, please10 hours per week for the junior highplan to attend a different Mass this weekend. One possibility would be the Sunday 8and high school coordinator.am Mass which is being celebrated at St. Francis.For more information or job descriptions, please contact Fr. AugieGothman, (218) 287-2705.Summer Retreat Opportunities for Young PeoplePer Bishop Folda and the Convent in Hankinson, we are able to hold our YoungPlease Arrive Early for MassVOLUNTEERS NEEDEDWomen’s (July 15-18) and Young Men’s (July 19-22) Summer Retreats. We havewonderful space to do the necessary distancing and still hold these two greatretreats. Currently we have more room for young women and young men. Thisis for ages 13-17. The fee is 150/person and includes housing, meals, all craftsupplies used, fun times outside, Mass each day, reconciliation and adoration.The topics this year for the young women is “Our unfinished love story” andfor the young men “To the Cor Man’s Relationship with God”.Our young adults who have planned and will present this retreat areabsolutely awesome. You will love all of them. Come one, come all get yourregistrations and deposit of 50 into the Diocese at this address: Youth andYoung Adult Ministry Department, Diocese of Fargo, 5201 Bishops Blvd, Ste A,Fargo, ND 58104. Make checks out to “Diocese of Fargo”. Questions, contactFr. Jasinski at (701) 356-7907. You can find registration forms atfargodiocese.org/youth-1.Lost FoundA pair of child’s prescriptionsunglasses and other assorted itemshave been turned in to the office. CallDennis if you’re looking for anything.KNIGHTLY NEWSImmac. Heart of Mary Council #4463The 100 KC Calendar Raffle winneris Dan Sims – June 24. Congratulations! This is the last KC CalendarRaffle drawing of the year. Tickets willbe on sale soon for new drawingsstarting in January.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SCHOLARSHIPSThe Immaculate Heart of Mary Council #4463 is offering five 200 scholarships to a brotherKnight, son or daughter of a Knight, grandchild of a Knight or spouse of a Knight, in goodstanding with Council #4463. We encourage all to apply. Applications must be received byAugust 17th. Winners will be announced on September 3rd.Please complete the attached form and either mail or email the form to:Financial SecretaryTrent Oschner331 30th Avenue NWWest Fargo, ND [email protected] forms are available at the St Francis de Sales and St Joseph Parish Offices. Pleasecall Dennis at the Parish Office (218) 233-4780 with any questions or --------------------------Immaculate Heart of Mary Council #4463Annual Scholarship ApplicationStudent’s NameStudent’s AddressStudent’s Phone NumberMember’s NameSchool to be AttendedTo be eligible you must: Be a member in good standing of the Moorhead 3rd Degree Knights of Columbus, or the son,daughter, grandchild or spouse of a member in good standing of the Moorhead 3rd DegreeKnights of Columbus; and Be enrolled and attend a post-secondary school.
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Jun 28, 2020 · Lynden Mohler Al Morris Betty Richards Robert Seigel Kris Shelladay Kathleen Steinmann . door when you enter and you will be escorted to your seat by an usher. Please wait for an usher to . These prices include the name plaque for the nic