April 19, 2024: Weekend Update

"Yes, all is well when we seek only the will of Jesus.”


~ St. Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face


Handy Links:

  1. Parish Website
  2. Online Giving
  3. Eucharistic Adoration Sign-up
  4. Acolyte Schedule
  5. Altar Server Schedule
  6. Lector Schedule
  7. Catholic Youth Sports
  8. Cub Scout Pack 128
  9. Retreat Schedule


Bulletin – Fourth Sunday of Easter

Bulletin Advertisers Quarter 2

2024 May Grad Gift Flyer

2024 May Scrip Form

Mother’s Day Roses Flyer



Please welcome in Baptism Zoe Marie McBride Hammack and Amelia Louise McBride Hammack, daughters of Andrew and Colleen. Congratulations!

St. Teresa Winner of Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest

Congratulations to Peter Casady for winning the Knights of Columbus district and regional Free Throw Competition, qualifying him for the Knights State Free Throw Competition.

Eucharistic Adoration

The following hours are still open for adoration. Please consider taking an hour. The link to the online sign-up HERE and is on our website:  Home>Authentic Worship>Adoration

Open Holy Hours: 

Sat 9-10am, 3-4pm

Pink Sisters Available Holy Hours

Pink Sisters are in need of adorers to cover the following holy hours:

Mondays: 4pm;

Tuesdays: Noon

Fridays: 9:45am, Noon, 2pm;

Saturdays: 6:30pm;

Sundays: Noon, 4pm, 6pm.

Call Tabby at 402-499-6028 with questions or to accept an hour.

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St. Teresa School Job Opportunities

St. Teresa School is hiring the following position for the 2024-2025 school year:

Director—after School Care Program.

For more information or to set up an interview, please contact the school office at 402-477-3358.

Walk the Little Way

St. Teresa School exceeded their goal for a total of $53,000 in donations. Thank you for all your generous donations that made this possible! The students walked to Calvary Cemetery while praying the Rosary for all the donors & the prayer intentions that were given to the school and students.


St. Teresa School Enrichment Award

St. Teresa School offers an Enrichment Award to graduating 8th graders who plan to attend Pius X High School. This award gives students some tuition assistance. If you are interested in donating to this Award Fund, please contact Sr. Mary Michael at 402-477-3358 or Sr.Mary-Michael@cdolinc.net.

St. Teresa School Enrollment Open

Enrollment (Preschool—8th grade) in St. Teresa School for the 2024-2025 school year is currently open. Please go to www.cdolinc.net/enrollment and follow the instructions provided.

Opportunity Scholarship of NE

This program enables students from lower-income families, students with special needs, students who experience bullying, students from military families, students in foster care, & students who are denied option enrollment by public schools to access scholarships to attend private school. See info@nebraskaopportunity.org for more information. See https://stlfschool.org  for diocesan and parish scholarship opportunities or call the school office at 402-477-3358.

School Lunches:

Monday, April 22nd:  Salisbury Steak, Potatoes & Gravy, Roll, Fruit

Tuesday, April 23rdPancake on a Stick, Hashbrown, Fruit

Wednesday, April 24th: BBQ Chicken Patty, Corn, Bread, Fruit

Thursday, April 25th : Sloppy Jo with Bun, Fries, Fruit

Friday, April 26th : Pizza, Salad, Fruit

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St. Teresa Thrift Shop

The Thrift Shop made $4,243  last weekend.

Hours for business:

Fridays 4-8 and Saturdays 9-3

Please donate during business hours.

Charity & Stewardship Appeal

Please prayerfully consider giving to CSA, an annual diocesan appeal to support many ministries including Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House, Catholic Social Services, The Tribunal, Family Life Office, & others.

Our Parish Goal for CSA is $67,600. We will receive 80% of this as a rebate. All funds in excess of our goal will be returned to us. Thank you for your generosity.

Pledge Cards:

Please sign your pledge card after all Masses on April 20-21, 27-28, and May 4-5. Home visits will take place on May 5th. Volunteers are needed to help with home visits. Call Dave at 402-450-2996 to volunteer or for more information.


Online Giving

Looking to simplify your tithe to St. Teresa?  Simply text “Give” to  402-925-9925, use the QR code, or click the black heart in the upper right corner of our website: www.stlfchurch.org to securely set up a recurring gift within minutes.

Mass Intentions Donations Now Available Through Online Giving

It is now available to make a donation for a Mass Intention through our Online Giving.  Scan the QR Code and select the “Mass Intention” Fund. Please choose the “one-time payment” option only. Then please email Theresa-Kottwitz@cdolinc.net and let her know you’d like to schedule a Mass. Please indicate if the person is living or deceased and  specify if you have any preferred dates of Mass Times. Also let her know if you made a donation online.



Grand Group

We have a change in plans for our April 19th event. “Taste of the Philippines is being postponed to November. Instead, we will have pizza and salad before we see the film, “Therese”. Please RSVP to Phyllis at 402-488-9177 by Wed, April 17th.

Marriage on Mission

Marriage on Mission is hosting a Date Night on Sun, April 28th, 7:30-8:30pm. The night includes a talk on the vocation of marriage from Fr. Holdren with wine & cheese refreshments. Free babysitting is provided. Please RSVP by Wed, April 24th by clicking HERE.

Flower Art: Evening of Floral Design

Please join Renee & Mary Cunningham who will help us create our own personal bouquet on Fri, May 3rd at St. Teresa School Cafeteria at 7pm. Event open to women ages 13 and older. Cost: $25. bring own vase approximately the size of a 1L/32oz Mason jar. RSVP Deadline: Fri, April 26 to Mary Pat at 402-314-1296,  marypatmcbride8@gmail.com or Renee at reneeanncunningham@gmail.com, 402-610-3153.

Mother’s Day Roses

Join us in adorning St. Teresa Altars with roses in honor of Mothers you love. Purchase roses for a mother or a mother-figure in your life. Cost: $5 per rose. Roses can be purchased by clicking on the QR code or dropping a check in the collection basket or rectory drop slot. Please mark in the memo section, “Mothers Day Roses”. Due Date: Sun, April 28th. Acknowledgement cards will be available at the church exits beginning April 28 for you to pick up to include in a card. To order a rose or several roses, click HERE.

Vigil Candles Cost Increase

Due to the rising cost of the larger vigil candles, we have had to raise our suggested donation amount to $5.00 per candle. A sign is on the vigil lights stand.

 Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

All are invited to attend the retreat-like adult formation at St. Peter Parish for CGS, July 14-19, 2024. The course focuses on the most essential aspects of liturgy & scripture for young children & how adults can learn to listen to God with them. Suited for those looking to invest in personal formation & those with a heart for working with the young. If interested in more info, please contact Beth Ruhl at mruhl87@ gmail.com. For any who choose to volunteer with the program at St. Teresa for the 2024-2025 school year, tuition & book fees will be reimbursed.


Volunteer Bedmakers

Volunteers are needed to help make beds at the Waverly Retreat Center. This is a great opportunity for students needing to complete service hours. Opportunities: Mon, April 29th from 9-10:30am and 7-8:30pm. To sign up, click HERE.

St. Veronica Ministry

If you are experiencing or have experienced a miscarriage, we want to offer you our support, prayers, & love as a parish family. Please fill out the Google Form on stlfchurch.org > Compassionate Service > Family & Social Ministries > Veronica Ministry. Please complete as much or as little information as you would like and we will be in touch. You may also call the parish offices at 402-477-3979. Please note that we are unable to offer medical advice. All medical questions should be referred to your physician.


Altar Society Prayer Line

An Altar Society Prayer Line has been established to lift up our prayers to God as a parish community. Leva Orationes Deo is Latin for lift up prayers to God.  Requests can be made by e-mailing  levaorationesdeo@yahoo.com or by calling (the first caller on the list) Mary Pat McBride at 402-314-1296. All intentions will be sent by e-mail to the Altar Society e-mail list. If you want to participate in the phone prayer line, please contact Mary Pat.


Planned Parenthood Rosary & Mass

Every Tuesday 9:30—10:30am at 5632 S. 48th Street, Lincoln. Pray for an end to abortion with fellow Catholics every Monday. Rosary: 9:30am outside Planned Parenthood. Mass: 10am at the Right to Life Center


Parish Office | 402-477-3979

General Hours: 9am-4pm Mon-Thu

The parish office is closed on Fridays.

  • Jeanne Kee: Financial Secretary

Mon-Thurs: 9-4 | jeanne-kee@cdolinc.net

  • Theresa Kottwitz: Parish Secretary

Mon-Thurs: 9-2 | Theresa.Kottwitz@cdolinc.net

  :: Job Opportunities ::

St. Teresa School Job Opportunities

St. Teresa School is looking to hire a Director of After School Care Program for the 2024-2025 school year. For more information or to set up an interview, please contact the school office at 402-477-3358.

St. Patrick Church: Pianist Wanted

Do you like playing the piano? Do you enjoy playing for others? Do you want to share your talents in church? If you’ve answered yes to one or more of these questions, please contact Fr. Schweiger at 402-466-2752 or fr.troy-schweiger@cdolinc.net. We have a position open for a well-established four-part choir.


Blessed Sacrament Job Opportunities:

  • Music Director: We are seeking a skilled Director of Music Ministry to coordinate music for all liturgical celebrations of the parish, serve as organist, pianist, and/or cantor, and direct both the Adult Choir and our parish Children’s Choir. The ideal candidate has at least 1-2 years of experience in a similar role or in directing choral music and has a familiarity with Catholic music. This role is part-time and pay is commensurate with experience. The parish is located at 1720 Lake Street, Lincoln, 68502. Start date is June 9th or earlier with some training beforehand. Please send a cover letter and resume to fr.mike-morin@bsc.churchwith MUSIC DIRECTOR in the subject line.
  • 6th-8th Grade English and Literature Teacher: Please email credentials to Jennifer-tran@cdolinc.net.


St. Joseph School Job Opportunities:

  • Paraprofessional: This position involves working well with children in small and large groups, carrying out tasks for teachers, recess/lunch duties and  production (working knowledge of computers and office equipment). Confidentiality, flexibility, and strong skills in communication, collaboration, and relationship-building are essential. The position involves furthering the mission of St. Joseph Catholic School by contributing to a positive Catholic learning environment. Start date: August 2024. Please send resume and references from supervisors to kevin-naumann@cdolinclnet.
  • Kindergarten Teacher: Key qualities desired for this position are strong collaboration and experience with diverse learning needs. The position involves furthering the mission of St. Joseph Catholic School by contributing to a positive learning environment. Start date: August 2024. Please send resume, references from educational supervisors, philosophy of education, and an explanation of why you would like to teach in a Catholic school to kevin-naumann@cdolinc.net.


Spirit Catholic Radio: Community Engagement Coordinator

Spirit Catholic Radio is seeing a full-time Community Engagement Coordinator for their Omaha Office. This position is responsible for awareness of the Spirit Catholic Radio Network across the State of Nebraska and Iowa with Catholic school, parishes, and apostolates/ministries. You will coordinate a presence at relevant area events, recruit & train volunteers, execute outreach events, communicate with Catholic schools, parishes, apostolates/ministries, and coordinate delivery of prayer aides & materials across the listening area. See spiritcatholicradio.com for a full job description and to apply.

Villia Maria Special Education Teacher

Villa Maria School is seeking a Special Education Teacher for the 2024-2025 school year. Please call Sr. Jeanette Rerucha at 402-786-3625 or email her at sr.jeanette-rerucha@cdolinc.net.

Women’s Care Center: Bilingual (English & Spanish) Parenting Instructor

Women’s Care Center, the nation’s largest and most successful pro-life pregnancy-resource center has a job opportunity available in Lincoln, Nebraska. We provide free and confidential counseling, support, and education to help pregnant women choose life, have healthier pregnancies, and become better parents. We serve 33,000 women annually at 35 centers in 12 states—and we’re still growing!  We are currently seeking a Bilingual (English and Spanish) Parenting Instructor. Training is provided. This position is part-time. If you have a passion for helping pregnant women choose life, we would love to talk to you.  Please send your resume to Ashley at acapuyan.wccindy@gmail.com.

Cathedral of the Risen Christ: Send resume for all positions to Angela-Miller@cdolinc.net. For the Assistant Principal position, please also include a cover letter and references.

    1. Assistant Principal: Duties include developing a mentoring program, overseeing special education and 504s, evaluation of teaching staff, and collaboration with the leadership team. Candidates must have a Nebraska Administrative certificate or be eligible for a provisional certificate.
    2. Teacher, 7th Grade English (2024-2025 School Year): The ideal candidate will be a strong communicator, a team player, and has a passion for teaching in a Catholic School.




Women’s Eucharistic Holy Hour

Ladies of Lincoln, please plan to attend the Eucharistic Holy Hour on Fri, April 26th at 5:30pm. Hors d/oeuvres, wine, coffee, & tea reception will follow. Cost: $25. Then on Sat, April 27th come & hear Keynote Speaker Donna Cori speak on, “Keeping a Mary Spirit Throughout a Martha Day”. Convention includes coffee & rolls, lunch, Mass with Bishop Conley, Silent Auction, Raffle & LDCCW Business Meeting. Cost for day: $30. Registration at https://form.jotform.com/200576709676163or send check to Teresa Koch, 812 West Walnut Rd, Odell, NE 68415. (Make checks to LDCCW)

St. Mary’s, Lincoln, School Garage Sale & Open House

St. Mary’s, Lincoln, will be selling furniture & books from our old school building on April 26-27, 8-Noon. Children’s books: $1/2books, school desks: $10-14, bookshelves & filing cabinets: $10-30. Other furniture negotiable. Cash/check only.  School building Open House: April 28, 11-Noon.

Pius X Catholic Day of Giving

Pius X  High School is taking part in the first ever Nebraska Catholic Day of Giving on May 1st! Proceeds from this special day support the students & staff at Pius X. Online donations begin April 15th. Offline gifts may be made at any time. Learn more at PiusX.net/givingday.

Salt Dogs Faith & Family Nights

Join us at Haymarket Park for the Salt Dogs Faith & Family Nights! We have a variety of entertainment beginning 2 hours prior to games including, In-Stadium Chapel with the Players, Catch in the Outfield, Player Autographs, & Live Church Band on the Concourse. Bake Sales & Merchandise Booths on the Concourse will remain until the end of the game. Upcoming dates: May 19, 1pm, June 23, 1:05pm, July 14, 1:05pm, Aug 28, 7:05pm.



Camp Kateri Tekakwitha 2024 Sky Camp Counselors Needed!

Camp Kateri is seeking camp counselors (students currently in grades 9-12). Our program staff and high school counselors are the foundation of our camps. Counselor will lead campers through activities, faith conversations, & reflections. Your role is to make camp a safe & adventurous place for kids to play outdoors & grow closer to God. All volunteers will earn 48-72 school service hours & receive a camp T-shirt. Applications are found at www.campkateri.org.

Diocese of Lincoln 2024 Summer Camps Open for Enrollment

Sky Camp: current grades 4-6; Tekakwitha Games: Current grades 7-8; Family Camp: 7 families with 2 adults; Catholic Adventure Camp: Current grades 3-4. Registration and camp information found at www.campkateri.org. Scholarships are available!


Pro-Life Education Series

Pro-Life Education Series continues Sunday, April 21, 7pm at St. Patrick’s Church. Speaker: Carol Szczepaniak has a MS in Healthcare Ethics & will be speaking on, “Healthcare & Medical Research from a Pro-Life Perspective. Topics covered: cure for Sickle Cell Anemia, animal-to-human transplants, & unethical medical practices. Sponsor: St. Patrick’s Knights of Columbus.


Worldwide Marriage Encounter

Strengthen, renew, and rekindle your marriage sacrament by attending the next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Experience on:  April 26-28, Dillon; April 12-14, Elk Mountain, WY; Oct. 4-6, Grand Junction, CO; & Nov. 1-3, Dillon, CO; Virtual: Thursday evenings, April 11 – May 23, 2024. Seven 2-2.5 hour sessions beginning at 6:00 p.m. Questions, contact: Brenda & Gary Granger: 402-370-5839 or www.wwme.org

Physician Heal Thyself

"Physician Heal Thyself"  is a retreat, April 27, 2024, hosted by Lincoln Catholic Medical Association and Nebraska Catholic Nurses Association to bring together health and medical professionals of all specialties, physicians, nurses, and medical students to enhance our faith in our everyday lives and practices.  Go to lincoln.cathmed.org-ev to register or contact lnkcma@gmail.com for more information.

Eucharistic Revival Holy Hours

All are invited to join the Christ the King Sisters at Villa Regina Motherhouse, 4100 SW 56th St, for Eucharistic Revival Holy Hours. Join in adoring Jesus, truly present in the Eucharist, on the following dates: May 12. All holy hours begin at Noon except Divine Mercy Sunday, April 7th which will begin at 3pm.


Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat: 

“God has forgiven you but you cannot forgive yourself?” Attend a confidential Rachel’s Vineyard post abortion healing retreat April 19-21 near Omaha/Lincoln.  $275 with partial scholarships available. Email: helpingrachel@yahoo.com or text/call 402-671-3749. Additional Info www.rachelsvineyard.org


THE EUCHARIST: The Source and Summit of our Faith

Come to St. Robert Bellarmine in Omaha on April 26 and 27, 2024 to hear friends from EWTN and Catholic Answers speak on THE EUCHARIST: The Source and Summit of our Faith. This 2-day symposium will feature: Fr. Wade Menezes, Tim Staples, Coleen Kelly Mast, Joe Heschmeyer, and Stacy Trasancos. Jack Williams, General Manager of EWTN Radio, will serve as our emcee as we explore the Eucharist. A bookstore will be open before, during, and after the symposium with a Saturday box lunch available for pre-purchase. The symposium will be held from 7 - 9:30 pm Friday, April 26, and 9 am - 4:30 pm Saturday, April 27. Tickets are $25 each. For more info and to purchase tickets, go to spiritcatholicradio.com/april


Human Trafficking Conference

Are you passionate about combating sex trafficking? Join us on Fri, April 26, 9:30am-1:30pm. This conference will  deepen your knowledge and response capabilities by learning the scope of the issue, identification strategies and survivor-centered care.  In-person-$20 and includes lunch. Online-$10. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/united-we-stand-human-trafficking-conference-egistration-837953961857?=oddtdtcreator

Jen Fulwiler: Maternal Instincts

Discover the world of Catholic comedy, a genre rooted in rich traditions and relatable humor.  Headliner Jen Fulwiler brings a fresh perspective to Catholicism through humor. Friday4/26Buy tickets at www.rococotheatre.com.  Benefiting St. Joseph SFA & Catholic education.


Pius X High School Summer Camps

The summer camps offered by Pius X are now open for registration! Learn more and sign up at www.PiusX.net/camps. Camps include math, performing arts, and various athletic options for a variety of ages.

Marian Mantle

Come join us and Mary, Our Sorrowful Mother, in praying for our prodigal children to return to the faith. We are the Marian Mantle Silent Strength Prayer Group. We bring our prodigals to Our Lady of Sorrow and ask Her to lead them home. We pray for Her mantle to cover them with Her protection and care while they are gone. We pray as a group and let the Holy Spirit and Our Blessed Lady handle the rest. We meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 4pm in Rectors Hall of the Cathedral of the Risen Christ. Questions or concerns, contact Kathy Neugebauer at 402-423-3810 or kneguba@gmail.com.


Hearts Restored: Post-Abortion Healing Ministry

Find hope & healing with Hearts Restored. This post-abortion ministry will accompany you on your unique healing journey, offering mentorship, individual counseling, group settings, retreats, spiritual support, & more. Call Hearts Restored hotline at 402-783-HOPE (4673) or email the confidential, secure inbox at FindPeace@HeartsRestoredNebraska.org. Learn more at HeartsRestoredNebraska.org.

Masses of Healing

All are welcome to attend the 2024 Masses of Healing at John XXIII Diocesan Center (3700 Sheridan Blvd) on the following Sundays: June 23rd, Sept 8th, Dec 8th. Schedule for the day:

     1:15pm: Confessions Begin

     1:30pm: Divine Mercy Chaplet

     1:50pm: Blessing of Articles

     2:00 pm: Healing Mass

Abortion on Demand in NE?

A petition, “Abortion Rights,” is circulating to amend the NE Constitution on the Nov ballot to allow for abortion on demand up to birth. Visit www.savethebabykilltheballot.com for more information, materials, or ideas on how to protect the unborn and stop this amendment.

 Young Adult Women’s Retreat

“Back to the Garden: Healing the Feminine Heart with Jesus, the Bridegroom” is a Young Adult Women’s Retreat on April 19-21 at the Waverly Retreat Center, with Fr. Cole Kennett & Sarina Stokes. Click HERE to register.

Marian Camp 2024

Camper & Counselor registrations open Jan 20th. Camp sessions: June 23-26 and June 28-July 1. Cost: $200 for 1st camper; $150 for 2nd camper. Camp is for girls entering 6th-9th grades. Camp located at Camp Kateri Tekakwitha, McCool Junction. Financial Aid available Dec 11-Jan 8. See mariansisters.org/marian-camp.html or scan the QR Code for more info or to register as a camper or counselor.

Catholic Artist Guild Schedule

All Catholic Artist Guild meetings are held in Resurrection Hall, St. Joseph Parish, Lincoln, from 9am-Noon. All meetings include prayer & fellowship. All are welcome to come and check us out! The schedule is as follows: July 20th: Art Techniques: Come visit stations & learn from other artists about their specific techniques in a variety of media.


LDCCW Convention

A warm thank you & many prayers & blessings upon each of you for the work you do in your parishes. All ladies are welcome to attend the LDCCW Convention at John XXIII Center on Fri evening, April 26 & Sat, April 27 from 9am-3pm. For more information or to volunteer to help, contact Caroline Helget, Deanery President, chelget@gmail.com, 402-202-0406.

Silent Directed Retreats

Creighton University Retreat Center is offering 3-day silent directed retreats. 2024 dates: May 2-5, July 14-17. Cost: $375. Click HERE to register.

Pius X Passport to Adventure Club

Pius X Passport to Adventure Club is organizing a WWII Experience of Europe June 3-17th. We will be in Normandy during the 80th Anniversary of D-Day! Itinerary includes: France (Normandy, Mont St. Michel, Pilgrimage to Lisieux); Bastogne, Belgium (Battle of the Bulge); Amsterdam (Anne Frank House); Germany (Cologne, Berlin, Potsdam, Dresden); Czechia (Prague); Poland (Krakow, Auschwitz, Zakopane). Contact shiela.sievert@piusx.net for details!

Planned Parenthood Rosary & Mass

Every Tuesday 9:30—10:30am at 5632 S. 48th Street, Lincoln. Pray for an end to abortion with fellow Catholics every Monday. Rosary: 9:30am outside Planned Parenthood. Mass: 10am at the Right to Life Center, across the street.

Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreats 

The schedule of retreats for Fall 2022 has been released and is available on the Retreat center’s website HERERemember that for St. Teresa parishioners, Men’s Club or Altar Society will pay for half of a standard retreat per year!


St. T | Weekly Calendar: April 21-28

Sun 4.21

1pm: Baptism (CH)

1:30pm: Private Event (KH)

1-9pm: Eucharistic Exposition

Mon 4.22

9am-9pm: Eucharistic Exposition

Tue 4.23

10:30am: Bonnie Murphy Funeral

4:30pm: Leadership Board Mtg (Sch)

6-8pm Scouts

Noon-9pm: Eucharistic Exposition

Wed 4.24

4pm: CCD with Confessions (Sch)

9am-9pm: Eucharistic Exposition

Thu 4.25

7pm: Vocal Concert (Gym)

7:30pm: Choir Practice (CH)

9am-9pm: Eucharistic Exposition

Fri 4.26

2pm: School Confessons (CH)

4-9pm: STAGE (KH)

9am-9pm: Eucharistic Exposition

Sat 4.27

9am: Legion of Mary (MR)

9am-4pm: Eucharistic Exposition

Sun 4.28

7-8:30pm: Marriage on Mission (KH)

1 -9pm: Eucharistic Exposition


Mass Schedule: April 20-28

+ = repose of the soul of

Pro Populo = for the people

The Pink Sisters’ Chapel, 1040 S. Cotner Blvd: open 7am-8pm. The 7am Masses listed (7am PS), said at the Chapel, are open to the public. (The Sunday Masses are private).






+ Dennis Coulter




Pro Populo


Schroedl Family


+ Christine Kozisek

Mon 4.22



Return to the Catholic Faith of Family and Friends

7am PS

Catherine Love, Birthday


+ Dan Kozisek




+ Virginia Ellis

7am PS

+ Tom & Margaret Tracy


+ Joe & Adeline Palensky




Mary & Lee Volkmer

7am PS

+ Jose deLeon


+ Doug Beals




+ Lillian Kozisek

7am PS

Kurt Clyne, Birthday


+ Arleen McCrory




Sam Edstrand

7am PS

+ Ray Master


Living & Deceased

Members of the Einung & Arrigo Families




Deb Clyne, Spec Int


+ William Kozisek


Michael Volkmer




+ Lawrence Jablonski


Pro Populo and

Shower of Roses


Sam & Rhonda Ganz