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1 St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church 601 N. 4th, St. Charles, MO Parish Vision Statement: We are the parish that, through our communion with Jesus, guided by the Holy Spirit: Welcomes all; Celebrates our unity, diversity, and traditions; Uses God s gifts to serve and teach others and be the face of Jesus Christ in the Community. Parish Office: School Office: Religious Education Office: Latino Ministry: St. Vincent DePaul Society: Founded leave a message after the recording Pastoral Staff: Father John Reiker, Pastor: Father Bob Menner, Associate Pastor: Father Don Schramm, Senior Associate: Deacon Don McElroy, Deacon Deacon Fred Haehnel, Deacon Jorge Perez, Deacon in Training Mrs. Silvina Baez, Latino Ministry Mrs. Becca McCullough, Director of Religious Education Mrs. Peggy Dupree, Office Manager Ms. Becky Sanchez, Office Secretary Mrs. Ann Hoffman, School Principal Mrs. Mary Kutchback, Organist, Pastoral Associate for Seniors Mrs. Beth Duello, Director of Music Mrs. Lisa Delicath, Contemporary Youth Choir Mr. Juan Saldana, Hispanic Choir Mr. Sam Plummer, Youth Ministry Mr. Ron Weisar, Parish Council Chairperson Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation: Saturdays 4:00 to 4:45 p.m. or by appointment Schedule of Holy Mass Saturday: 8:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m. vigil for Sunday Sunday: 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. in Spanish 28TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Sacrament of Baptism: Arrangements made after parental instruction. Call the parish office for more information. Sacrament of Matrimony: Contact the parish office six months prior to wedding to begin preparations Weekdays: 6:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. Holy Days of Obligation: watch the bulletin National Holidays: 9:00 a.m. Eucharistic Adoration: Third Mondays, 8:30am to 6:30pm Parish Office Business Hours Perpetual Help Devotions: Tuesdays following the 8:00 a.m. Mass Monday thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Bulletin deadline: Monday 10:00 a.m. Parish Hall Rental: Neal or Pat at (gym) Peggy at (café) OUR WARM WELCOME TO ALL! We welcome all who come and worship with us. If you wish to join our parish faith family, or have a change in your contact information, kindly complete this form. You can return it to the Rectory, place in in the collection, or give it to a Priest or Deacon. Name Cell/Phone Number Address/Zip Please make the above changes to my parish record I wish to find out more about the Catholic faith I would like to speak with a Priest/Deacon Interested in information about annulments/validation Information on having my children baptized Please pray for:

2 Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish! What a Fun & LovingPicnic! We thank God for Jesus Light and Love shining through everyone before, during and after our parish picnic. So many people, children and youth and young adults, singles and parents and retired all pitching in and all enjoying one another. I heard people comment on how working the Picnic helped them to meet new friends and feel an important part of the parish. To me it seemed everyone worked together so smoothly like a championship team even the clean-up crew was like a well-oiled machine. We are all so deeply grateful to so many who gave so many hours and days to make it all go so beautifully and smoothly organized, especially our chairpersons Gregg and Rikki Jost and their Team and Jason and Beth Norviel, who gave such outstanding service. God the Holy Spirit was hard at work in all of you drawing us all to be one active Body of Christ. I see such giftedness and love and willingness to say YES to Jesus call in our SCB Parish Family. God love you all! Good News of Jesus Working in our Borromeo Family Last week I had a very nice visit with Ann Blume and her family in the hospital. Soon her family will be moving her to Our Lady of Life Apartments in Shrewsbury to be closer to them. Although still recovering from her sickness, she was glowing about how Father Bob had all the people at our 11:30am Sunday Mass raise their hands in prayer and blessing and farewell over her. She said she truly felt the love of Jesus shine upon her and fill her soul through the wonderful, loving people of the 11:30 Mass. Ann had continued participating in the 11:30 Mass with her husband of over 60 years. Ken had been an usher at the 11:30 Mass for many years before and after it became bilingual, until he passed on to our Lord last October. Thank you, Borromeo Family, for being so warm and loving again and to all. World Mission Sunday Next Weekend! We are called to this Eucharistic Celebration and invited to DO GOOD ON EARTH, to be missionary by From the Pastor s Pen putting our faith into action in support of the work of missionaries like Sister Clara who rescues girls from human trafficking in India, giving them a loving home. Your prayers and generous gifts to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith on World Mission Sunday support the tireless work of so many priests, religious and lay leaders around the world as they offer practical, emotional and spiritual care to communities, children and families in desperate need, bringing the light of Christ to the darkest of circumstances. For more information, visit: Prayer of the Week God our Father, You see Your children growing up in an unsteady and confusing world. Show them that Your ways give more life than the ways of the world, and that following You is better than chasing after selfish goals. Help them to take failure, not as a measure of their worth, but as a chance for a new start. Give them strength to hold their faith in You, and to keep alive their joy in Your creation. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Joke of the Week An elderly widow and widower had dated for about five years. The man finally decided to ask his sweetheart to marry him. She immediately said yes. The next morning when he awoke, he couldn t remember what her answer had been. After about an hour of trying to remember to no avail, he got on the phone and gave her a call. Embarrassed, he admitted that he didn t remember her answer to the marriage proposal. Oh, I m so glad you called, she said. I remembered saying yes to someone, but I couldn t remember who it was. Spread the Gospel, the Good News about Jesus and His Borromeo Family! Your brother in Jesus, Father John Please pray for our loved ones who are hospitalized or ill, including: Eddy Lopez, Jim Brown, Abraham Sanchez, Annie Blume, Nettie Bruer, Bill Powers, and all in our families who are living with long term illness. Homebound, Critically Ill or in the Hospital? If you are homebound and wish to receive the Eucharist, or receive a visit while in the hospital, please call Mary Kutchback at or the parish office at

3 Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 13, 2013 Last weekend was another successful Parish Picnic for St. Charles Borromeo! Just like every other year, the success of the Picnic is dependent on hundreds of people volunteering from our church and school community. Our thank you to all of these individuals, including these key members: Athletic Association: Adam Hirtz Home & School: Trish Hirtz Pro-Life: Sandy Boschert PSR: Becca McCullough Hispanic Ministry: Silvina Baez Boy Scouts: John Hilker Cub Scouts: Katie Hicks Girl Scouts: Beth Norviel Youth Ministry: Sam Plummer Mission Trip: Jorge Perez and Ron Weisar Advance Ticket Sales: Banker: 5K/Fun Run: Fryer: Prize Room: Bingo: Silent Auction: Kitchen: Volunteers: Sponsorship: Washer Tournament: Trivia Night: Marketing: Entertainment: Marilyn Edmondson and Mary Hammond Dave Hermann and Suzanne Kelch Stephanie Adamski Bill Knoblauch Scot McCullough Mary Kutchback Michelle Hawkins, Laura Kulma and Katie Hicks Bob Palmer, Catherine Herrod, Steve & Cheryl Jerowski Bob & Pam Montgomery Julie Weber and Tami Knobbe Mitch & Amy Hoffman, Gregg & Wendy Box Tammy Buehler Marc & Maureen Montgomery Jeff & Maureen Prinster An extra special thanks goes to Jason and Beth Norviel for their leadership of the Parish Picnic for 5 years. They ve been wonderful mentors and leaders for all of us. Gregg & Rikki Jost and Team, chairpersons Congratulations to these winners! Chili Cookoff: 1st: Jeffery Borgmeyer; 2nd: Larry Plummer; 3rd: Mary Borgmeyer People s Choice: Jeffery Borgmeyer Washers Tournament: Family Division: John & Sydney Hilker; Competitive Division: Ken & Amy Booth 50/50 Raffle: Rob Crawley, Frank Netsch, Willis Schmidt Tech Raffle Winners: TV: Mary Fine; Wii U: Karen O Toole; Kindle: Mike Reilly Class Basket Winners K: American Girl: Avery Braun 1: Main Street: Megan Hollemeir 2: Pamper Me: Steph Saulet 3: Nook: Kathy Reiner 4: Barbie: Betsy Nunn 5: Lotto Wreath: Judy Sharma 6: Beats Headphones: Cindy Poelker 7: Vera Bradley: Jayme Bergman 8: Beats Wireless Spkr: Alex Rozycki 1 Mile Fun Run Winners 1st place Boys: Aiden Roelling, 7 min. 10 sec. 1st place Girls: Mia Adamski, 7 min. 22 sec. 1st place: 2nd place: 5K Winners Jeff Weymouth, 19 min. 7 sec. Mitchell Booher, 21 min., 15 sec. And a special THANK YOU to everyone who helped make our booth a success and run so smoothly!! We appreciate all the helpers, the donors, etc. We couldn t do it without each and every one of you. God bless you all! Ladies Sodality

4 Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish! Monday, October 14, St. Callistus I, pope/martyr 6:30 a.m. Communion Service 8:00 a.m. George Drackert 4th anniv. Tuesday, October 15, St. Teresa of Jesus, virgin/doctor 6:30 a.m. Alice Daiber 8:00 a.m. Chris Weber Wednesday, October 16, St. Hedwig, religious 6:30 a.m. Michael Keenoy 8:00 a.m. Dick Johannesman Noon (Spanish) Jeanine Burns Hart Thursday, October 17, St. Ignatius of Antioch, bp/martyr 6:30 a.m. Mathilde Borchardt 3rd anniv. 8:00 a.m. Jennie Lemanski 3rd anniv. Friday, October 18, St. Luke, Evangelist 6:30 a.m. Peter John Thebeau 8:00 a.m. Robert DiGerolamo Sr. 9:15 (Parkside) Gerald and Catherine Heinsz Saturday, October 19, Sts. John de Brebeuf & Isaac Jogues, priests, and Companions, martyrs 8:00 a.m. Elise Getz 5:00 p.m. Henry Gerhardt Sunday, October 20, 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:00 a.m. Our Parish Family 8:30 a.m. Lou Borgmeyer 10:00 a.m. Loretta Suchman 11:30 a.m. Clarence Heckmann Readings of the Week Mon: Rom 1:1-7; Ps 98:1-4; Lk 11:29-32 Tue: Rom 1:16-25; Ps 19:2-5; Lk 11:37-41 Wed: Rom 2:1-11; Ps 62:2-3, 6-7, 9; Lk 11:42-46 Thu: Rom 3:21-30; Ps 130:1b-6ab; Lk 11:47-54 Fri: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18; Lk 10:1-9 Sat: Rom 4:13, 16-18; Ps 105:6-9, 42-43; Lk 12:8-12 Sun: Ex 17:8-13; Ps 121:1-8; 2 Tm 3:14 4:2; Lk 18:1-8 Gospel Reflection In the Gospel reading today a miraculous healing takes place and we find another genuine expression of gratitude. In this Gospel passage Jesus cures ten lepers. Yet, the sole person to return and give thanks is a Samaritan, an outsider to the people of Israel. Luke point s out that it is the foreigner who is open to Jesus and his message. The cured Samaritan shows his adoration and overwhelming gratitude by coming to Jesus and prostrating himself, lying flat on the ground before him. The gratitude that the Samaritan shows is a true response of faith. Not only is he cured but he is saved as well. Where do you find God s healing in the world? How do you show gratitude to God? Servers, 8:00 a.m. Weekdays Monday, October 14 Audrey Dickherber Tuesday/Wednesday, October 15/16 Sydney Hilker, Kate Rolfes Thursday/Friday, October 17/18 Ashley Norviel, Lilia Fuentes, Beth Brueggemann Saturday, October 19 Aaron Klemme, Hank Thro Ministry List: October 19/20 October 19 5:00 p.m. L/C: Tom & Joyce Schneider Youth Choir EM: Gigi Schneider, Linda Beeson, Keith & Nancy Hoffman (Host) Tim Delicath, Denis Watson Serv: Mitchell Booher, Elizabeth & Emma Brueggemann Ush: Larry Ohlms, Richard & Eliaine Rufkahr GB: Craig Herrington Family Gr: volunteers please October 20 7:00 a.m. L/C: Bob Poeling Mary Baronovic EM: Dee Barteau, Elaine Hunt, Madge Eisenbath Serv: Tyler Barteau, Mitchell Box Ush: Jim Eisenbath, Cathy Herrod, Chas. Weber, John Weber GB: Dave & Jean Schaeffer Gr: volunteers please October 20 8:30 a.m. L/C: Melissa Cornwell, Rachel Kitzmann Beth Duello EM: Joe & Gerry Kloeppel, Suzie Choinka, Darrell Fuse (Host) John DuBois, Larry Beerman Serv: Amy & Bryce Edmondson, Nicolette Kolenc Ush: Elmer Dill, Ken Kapeller, volunteers please GB: Mike & Molly Reilly & Family Gr: volunteers please October 20 10:00 a.m. L/C: Steve McKinstry, Pam Montgomery Choir EM: Roland & Carol Faubert, Dorothy Williams, Harriet Pallardy (Host) Judy Dwyer, Rosa Lee Rodgers Serv: Jessica Dent, Arianna Chaves, Nathan Burke Ush: Bill Powers, Gary Snyder, Bob Underwood GB: Rob & Amy Wilson Gr: Harriette Wayne, volunteer please October 20 11:30 a.m. L/C: Olivia Tinoco Munoz, Judy O Connor el coro EM: Guadalupe Damian, Maria Ramirez, Maria Barretos, Richard Veit (Host) Bernardo Silverio, Toni Hernandez Serv: Luz, Alma & Carlos Quiroz Ush: Jeff Kozich, Leobardo Aguilar, Francisco Plaza, Diego Damian GB: Jose Damian & Family Gr: Rafael & Toni Hernandez

5 Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 13, 2013 Scripture Study Groups You still have time to join a Scripture Study group if you have not already done so. Sessions will begin this week, October Please call Suzanne or Gene Carroll to sign up: We will study from the Old Testament Isaiah 40-55, some of his prophecies, and how they are fulfilled in Jesus. ~~ Activities This Week ~~ Sunday, October 13 PRO LIFE SUNDAY Donuts and fellowship in café after all Masses 2nd Grade/6th Grade Class Mass at 8:30am Monday, October 14 Parish Council, Bicentennial Room, 7:00pm Cub Pack Committee, café, 7:00pm Grief Support, St. Charles Room, 7:00pm Tuesday, October 15 Girl Scouts, café, 6:00pm RCIA, Bicentennial Room, 7:00pm W-CRHP9, church office, 7:00pm Wednesday, October 16 Quilting, rectory basement, 8:30am noon Bridges, Bicentennial Room, 5:00 8:45pm First Reconciliation Parent meeting, café, 7:00pm Thursday, October 17 Girl Scouts, St. Charles Room, 6:00pm Boy Scouts, café, 7:00pm Wedding Planning Seminar, church, 7:00pm Friday, October 18 St. Pat casseroles deliver to church office by 8:00a Mission Team reunion meeting, café, 5:30pm Saturday, October 19 Men s Fellowship, Bicentennial Room, 6:30am Event in gym in pm Sunday, October 20 First Reconciliation Parent meeting, café, 10:00am Boy Scout meeting, church office, 11:15am Event in café noon-5pm We offer our prayerful sympathy to the family of Clem Weber, husband of Catherine and father of Patsy Feeherty and Regina Yanics, and to Damien Yanez on the death of his father Ruben Yanez. May they, and all the faithful departed, rest in peace. Spiritual Renewal Saturday, October 26 9:00am in the church office Donuts & coffee after Mass. Join us for a mini-retreat that will cover the readings for the following day. For information or if you need a ride, Call Barb at Contributions for October 5/6 General contributions: $14, Loose: Matching Gifts: 1, Total contributions: $16, Capital Improvement $ Permanent Diaconate $ Mission Sunday $ THANK YOU for the great love you show to our Borromeo Family carrying on the work of Jesus and to those in need by the generosity you display when you share your Treasure, and all God s gifts to you, given for others. Has none but this foreigner returned to give thanks to God? (Luke 17:18) Jesus seems so sad and disappointed in the nine lepers who did not return to thank Him. Do we regularly return to thank God? Or do we run off to our busy lives, taking for granted all the wonderful blessings that God gives to us every day? We pray that, like the one leper who returned, we may regularly take time to thank God for all the blessings He bestows on us. Knights of Columbus Council 823 Fried Chicken Dinners to benefit the parish schools of St. Charles Borromeo St. Peter and St. Cletus TODAY: Sunday, October 13 serving from 1:00pm 6:00pm 20 Westbury Drive, St. Charles Minimum donation: Adults $9.00 Children 6-12 years of age $4 Children 5 and under FREE Please bring a non-perishable food item for the food bank. Carryouts will be available Donations of a dessert would be greatly appreciated Please contact our Prayer Tree for your intentions: or

6 Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish! St. Charles Borromeo School Dear Parishioners: What a Gospel we have today!! I read recently that if we have nothing else but being thankful, then that is enough. How easy it is to take for granted the myriad blessings we receive, especially in the United States! Thanking God for everything we have is an ongoing lesson we are all learning as well as teaching our children. We continue to work to understand the virtue of prudence. The Gospel on Monday was the story of the Good Samaritan. We talked about the priest who was on his way to serve in the temple using natural prudence in ignoring the injured man. Priests at the time of Jesus served in the temple only once a year. They had to be purified and remain that way until their time of service was completed. Knowing that, we can see why the priest went quickly on his way. If he had stopped to help the injured man, he would have been ritually impure and therefore unable to perform his priestly duties. So his decision to move on was naturally prudent. But was it supernaturally prudent? Supernatural prudence would amount to choosing and acting for the good of all in the effort to get to heaven. The injured man needed immediate help that couldn t wait until the priest returned from his duties. It is something to think about. Please pray for our students and their teachers every day. We cannot do the work of God without both your prayerful and financial support! God bless, Mrs. Hoffman Dear Parishioners, Just a couple reminders for Sacramental Meetings. St. Charles Borromeo Religious Education Confirmation Sunday, November 10, 5 pm Mass followed by dinner and meeting for Confirmation students and parents Sunday, December 8, 8:30 Mass Rite of Signing of the Cross followed by sponsor and student meeting January 10-12, 2014 Luke 18 Retreat April 24, :30 pm Confirmation Mass at St. Charles Borromeo First Reconciliation First Reconciliation Parent Meetings (We have planned two so that each parent may attend one meeting) Wednesday October 16, pm in the Cafeteria Sunday, October 20, am in the Cafeteria Rite of Presentation - October 20, 8:30 am Mass Celebration of the Sacrament of First Reconciliation - Thursday, Dec. 7pm in Church Important PSR dates to remember: October 27 - Intro & 1 st Grade Parent Sunday November 3-3 rd Grade & Latino First Communion Saints Celebration & PSR Ministers at 8:30 am & 11:30 Masses Thank you to the PSR families who participated in our parish picnic by working a shift and/or donating to the silent auction baskets. The auction baskets raised more than $200. In the peace of Jesus, Mrs. Becca McCullough Registration is available and will run through Thursday, October 31, Basketball is available for Third Grade through Eighth Grade only. The season starts the weekend of January 3 and runs through the end of March. The registration fee for Basketball is $80 per child and you may register online at Borromeo-Athletic-Association-Online-Registration.start to register your child(ren). For more information you may visit the Athletic Association website at 20Association.htm or contact Jim Doughty at

7 Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 13, 2013 Marriage in Christ has been promised between: Jaime Allen and Craig Shepherd Tess Keough and Scott Willer Rachel Beilsmith and John Donovan Emily Bonser and Phillip Pogue ATTENTION: Communion Ministers to the Sick If you have borrowed a pyx from the sacristy and are no longer needing it, please return it as soon as possible. Thanks! TRUNK OR TREAT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25: 5:45pm-8:30pm 5:45 Primary Lot is OPEN for Families with Paid Spots 6:00-6:30 Pizza pick up for those who ordered 6:30 LOT IS CLOSED FOR SAFETY! 7:00 Costume Parade Begins 7:15 Trick or Treat Begins 8:15 COSTUME CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED 8:30 Lot Re-Opens Please exit carefully and drive safely $5 Per Vehicle Entry Fee Helps to Fund Event TRICK OR TREAT FROM CAR TO CAR 250 Pieces of Candy Coolers Should be Family Friendly Be Fire Safe! Costume Contest Prizes Awarded for Best Car Best Family People s Choice Volunteers Needed: DJ & Emcee, Help Decorate, Pass Out Pizzas, Contest Judge and More! Questions / Volunteers, Please Contact: Dawn Walter at or Submit by Friday, October YES, we re coming to Trunk or Treat (family name) Oldest child s SCB homeroom teacher (confirmation will be sent here) In case of questions, contact me at: phone $5 CASH Per Spot Enclosed Thank you for supporting & helping to fund this fun family event. Remember SAFETY is everyone s job. YES, We want pizza! $7 Each QTY Pepperoni QTY Sausage QTY Cheese $ Enclosed Please make checks payable to: St Charles Borromeo or SCB. PLEASE SUBMIT NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 You will receive a confirmation parking pass & pizza claim ticket by Wednesday, October 23

8 Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish! Shopping list for October 26/27: spam, applesauce, park & beans, can spaghetti, shampoo, child s toothbrush, squeezable jelly (for Mini-Vinnies) Shop4Life Returns November 17th Mark your calendars for the return of the Borromeo Shop4Life Bazaar on Sunday, November 17 from 9:00am to 1:00pm in the gym. You ll enjoy 20 booths from area crafters selling unique items like homemade jellies, handmade First Communion jewelry and doll clothes, painted goods, headbands, religious bookmarks, decorated cookies, and more. You loved Shop4Life last year and this year it s bigger and better! Pick up a little something new for yourself or do a little Christmas shopping for a friend. While you re there, be sure to also register for the attendance prizes and pick up a few cookies from the Cookie Sale. It s all for a good cause since Shop4Life raises money for the 2014 Youth Pro-Life Pilgrimage to Washington DC. That s Shop4Life on Sunday, November 17th. We hope to see you there! P.S. If you re interested in setting up a booth, please call October is RESPECT LIFE MONTH Please pray for our expectant moms: Katia (October) Christine (November) Viki, Michelle (December) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Let us pray: for all those who work with the elderly, that they may be renewed in wonder and gratitude for those who have been entrusted to their care. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pope Francis challenges us to be protectors of all creation, to be stewards of all God s gifts. We begin to exercise this responsibility when we defend human life especially the unborn and the vulnerable. When we affirm the sacredness of all human life, we acknowledge God s plan for each human being, and we work to defend the gift of life from every form of abuse. Similarly, when we affirm that everything God made is good and worthy of our reverence and respect, we look differently on all God s creation. ~~Archbishop Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis, MO Caring for God s Creation is good stewardship, St. Louis Review July 11, 2013 Please pray for our troops WO Michael Sakalauski (US Army), serving in Afghanistan (brother of Heather Willie) Jorge Lozoya (US Army), serving in Afghanistan (son-in-law of Becky Sanchez) Matthew Ervin (US Navy), started boot camp July 2013 (grandnephew of Ivy Hall) Brent Schulze (US Army), serving in Fort Drum, NY (son-in-law of Steve Cave) MM3 Paul J. Robben (US Navy), attending NNPT School, Goose Creek, SC (son of David & Betty Robben) SPC Molly Jasper (US National Guard), deployed to Afghanistan (granddaughter of Jim & Ann Garrigan) SR Brooke Georges (US Navy), training at Fr. Sam Houston, TX (granddaughter of Jim & Jane Lammert) If anyone in the parish would like prayers for their loved one in the military, please contact the church office at We will be happy to list their name in the bulletin. Advertize in our St. Charles Borromeo 2014 Calendars The parish will very soon order the calendars for But before we do, we would like to extend to our parish members the opportunity to advertise your business on our calendars. We typically order 900 calendars in English and 200 in Spanish, for a cost per calendar of approximately $1. We are very grateful to Joe Kloeppel of Edward Jones for his loyal advertising the past few years. We still need one or two more advertisers. If you are interested in promoting your business, please call the parish office. We are most grateful for your interest!

9 Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 13, 2013 Open your hearts to life! has been a favorite theme of Pope Francis. Opening our hearts to life means that we reject the killing of human beings from the moment of conception to their natural death by abortifacient contraceptives and abortion, in destructive embryo research and IVF procedures, by denying life-saving treatment to those with disabilities, and by hastening death of the elderly and dying in assisted suicide and euthanasia. Opening our hearts to love means opposing the death penalty, as well as slavery, human trafficking, terrorism and unjust war, and that we work to eradicate the conditions of poverty that prevent our brothers and sisters from realizing their full human potential. Nearly all of us are sometimes guilty of rejecting those who get in the way of our plans or make us feel insecure. We may honk with impatience at the driver in front of us or speak abruptly to a colleague who is slow to learn new skills, and per- October is Respect Life Month haps use harsh words at home when a spouse or child forgot to do a promised task. In all these seemingly minor everyday ways, we tear away at the Body of Christ. And when we act this way in front of our children, the family ceases to be a school of love. That is what family is meant to be: a haven of unconditional love, acceptance, affirmation and consolation, where children learn by modeling their parents to accept others and love generously, to share with and care for those in need. It is a place to learn humility and mercy, to learn to imitate Christ. Like the saints, we can learn to love others sacrificially by recognizing our own weaknesses and littleness, and by begging God to transform us. It s not just selfishness that makes it difficult to put others needs and lives ahead of our plans. We fear losing control over the plans that we think will make us happy and fear not having time to do the things that give us pleasure now. The irony is that lasting happiness in this life is found in giving of oneself generously to others, loving gratuitously and seeking nothing in return. The mother of a child who is ill can t help but be moved to comfort her baby through the night, to suffer with him. The son of an elderly parent with dementia can t help but respond with patience and affirmation to the often repeated stories, questions and fears. Those who love need no other reward beyond the happiness they feel in knowing they have brought comfort to another person. Through prayer and through the celebration of Mass and the Sacraments, we can know and love God better. With His help, we can be more aware of the needs of those around us and open our hearts to all human life. After all, the focus of the New Evangelization isn t on memorizing doctrines. It s about learning to live our Christian life fully and bringing Christ s love, alive within us, to all we meet. Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities United States Conference of Catholic Bishops We will remember all our loved ones who have died this year (since November 2, 2012) at the All Souls Mass on Saturday, November 2 at the 5:00pm Mass. Please call the church office ( ) with your loved one s name if you would like a candle for the Mass. There will be a reception after Mass in the café. Please let the office know how many in your family will be attending. World Consecration Pope Francis will consecrate the entire world to the Blessed Virgin Mary on October 13, 2013, the anniversary of Mary s last appearance at Fatima! In conjunction with the Pope s consecration, we encourage all Catholics to make a personal consecration. A personal consecration to Mary is a great way to grow in holiness and become closer to her Son, Jesus. Several consecrations are available, both online and in Catholic bookstores. One consecration you might consider is 33 Days to Morning Glory by Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC. To order, please visit St. Charles Junior Service League annual CARD PARTY will be held Tuesday, October 22 from 7-10pm at St. Peter Parish Center. $9 includes dessert and coffee. For reservations call or

10 Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish! PARROQUIA SAN CHARLES BORROMEO MINISTERIO HISPANO Oficina: Tel: (636) Fax (636) * INTERPRETACION Llámenos al Terapia en español confidencial Jesús López AUXILIO!, mi hijo no quiere rezar... En los últimos tiempos hemos visto un cambio drástico en la manera en como percibimos las cosas, el desarrollo de la tecnología, HDTV, blue ray, ipod, ipad, smartphones, redes sociales, etc. si bien han acrecentado las comunicaciones a larga distancia, no podemos negar que han afectado negativamente las relaciones persona a persona, y ustedes se preguntarán que tiene que ver esto con que mi hijo/a no quiera ir a misa, rezar y/o profundizar en su relación con Dios. Bueno, tiene mucho que ver, en el mundo de hoy los niños están expuestos de manera constante al desarrollo tecnológico y nosotros como padres muchas veces ayudamos a que eso se intensifique, los niños van creciendo en un mundo virtual donde pueden controlar todo, y evitar lo que no los entretiene, eso incluye las conversaciones en vivo y en directo. De más esta decir que nosotros somos los primeros ejemplos para nuestros hijos y a cuantos de nosotros nos imitaron nuestros pequeñines a hablar por teléfono, sí, al principio parecía simpático que nuestro bebé copiara lo que hace mami o papi, los niños hacen lo que nosotros hacemos, si nosotros comemos carne, frijóles, chile, pan, etc, ellos también lo harán, asi también si ellos nos ven que vamos a Misa con gusto, leémos la Biblia, rezamos el rosario, acudimos a Dios en momentos difíciles, profundizamos nuestra relación con Dios, o hablamos de Dios, pues nuestros hijos ciertamente también lo harán, si es cierto que influye el factor externo de los amigos, sin embargo la influencia que ejercemos en nuestros hijos podemos utilizarla de manera que ellos puedan acercarce más a Dios. En mi propia experiencia he tenido el desafío de no compartir la fe Católica con mi esposo, por lo que mi esfuerzo por mantener a mis hijos en la fe se acrecentan, les comparto algunas sugerencias que he aprendido en mi corto camino de ser mamá, tal vez les puedan ayudar. Cuándo vamos camino a la escuela, rezamos un Padre Nuestro, tres Ave Marías (por las virtudes de la Fe, Esperanza, Caridad y la Pureza), al finalizar pedimos por las personas que tenemos en nuestro corazón, los sacerdotes, papi, los niños del mundo, los bebes que están por nacer, los adolescentes, nuestros familiares, amigos y todas las personas que conocemos, especialmente por las que necesitan nuestras oraciones y por ellos mismos. Al principio la lista fue más corta, ellos fueron agregando con el pasar del tiempo. Si es posible no poner música en el carro mejor, los niños necesitan apreciar el silencio, es ahí donde habla Dios. Al igual que ustedes damos gracias a la hora de comer, y al acostarnos también rezamos la oración a San Miguel Arcángel, esto les da a los niños un sentido más profundo de la protección de Dios, siempre les doy su bendición al ir a la escuela y al dormir. Mis hijos al igual que los suyos tienen una atracción especial por los juegos de video y al igual que ustedes les doy permiso de jugar, sin embargo antes de empezar, rezamos un Padre Nuestro, puede que mi hijo lo haga con mala gana, porque las ganas de jugar son más grandes que las de rezar, pero Dios actúa de manera misteriosa, mientras más juegue, más rezará. Estoy segura que ustedes tienen también algunas sugerencias que puedan compartir con otros padres que se interesan por la espiritualidad de sus hijos. Ser papá o mamá no es fácil, pero tenemos a Dios de nuestros lado. Dios los bendiga siempre. Silvina Sabías Qué...? La palabra ayuno viene del latín "ieunium", y significa la privación voluntaria de comida durante algún tiempo como acto de amor a Dios. INTENCIONES DEL PAPA FRANCISCO PARA OCTUBRE General: Para que cuantos se sienten agobiados por el peso de la vida, incluso llegando a desear su fin, puedan advertir la cercanía del amor de Dios. Misionera: Para que la celebración de la Jornada Misionera Mundial haga a todos los cristianos conscientes de ser no solo destinatarios sino también anunciadores de la Palabra de Dios. Pláticas para Bautismo Las pláticas para Bautismo son el 1º y 2º domingo de cada mes de am, se pide puntualidad. Son necesarias las dos clases para padres y padrinos, debido a la importancia de esta preparación se pide que en lo posible no se traigan niños, por consideración y respeto a los demás participantes, ya que pueden distraer la atención. Para confirmar su asistencia por favor llame a la oficina parroquial

11 Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 13, 2013 Viajar a la frontera U.S.-México por Madi King Nuestro mundo, tanto históricamente como en la actualidad, supone una alta dosis de reflexión sobre la palabra dinero. Tal vez, lo vemos como una medida de la estabilidad o el poder. Sin embargo, si uno se dedica a la exploración de la pobreza que él o ella va a profundizar inevitablemente en el tema de la riqueza y sus recursos financieros. Un activista social emergente puede incluso reclamar el dinero que nos separa de nuestros vecinos mexicanos. Nuestro país tiene claramente un valor materialista mucho más alto, de modo que la pobreza debe ser el resultado de una falta de dinero, verdad? Antes de visitar la valla misterioso definir las fronteras de México y Estados Unidos, que creía en esta teoría del dinero. Racionalicé la pobreza es la falta de recursos financieros. Sin embargo, mi experiencia en la frontera se demuestre lo contrario. Nuestro equipo de la misión llegó a la frontera México-Estados Unidos después de nuestro primer día completo de trabajo. Me gustaría poder expresar mis reacciones a la cerca, pero las palabras no le hacen justicia, no hay palabras podrían hacer esta valla hermoso. El hierro fundido valla llega a veintiún metros en algunas zonas, e incluso se atreve con el Océano Pacífico. La valla no es sólida, lo que permite Tijuana amantes de la playa para ver a los Estados Unidos. El lado mexicano de la playa está muy poblada, mientras que la parte estadounidense parece desierta, a excepción de algunos vehículos de patrulla y helicópteros. Muchos de nuestros miembros del equipo fueron tocados por los poemas y las súplicas esbozadas en la valla. Mi enfoque, sin embargo, estaba en la belleza del mar. Mientras buscaba el horizonte del mar, me di cuenta de mi teoría sobre el dinero estaba completamente fuera de lugar o mal entendido. El dinero no discrimina, la gente hace. Mientras que el dinero puede ser un medio, desde luego, no es el fin. La valla representa control. No podía dejar de pensar en los seres humanos tratan de controlar la tierra, lo que resulta en las fronteras y el odio. Aunque entendí la valla seguía en el agua, no parecía como tal. La valla pareció detenerse en el borde del territorio de la raza humana. Por lo tanto, he visto el mar como el control de Dios, Sus ideas hacia una verdadera buena vecinad amor sin límites y hermoso. De ninguna manera estoy ofreciendo una declaración política o el intento de desafiar la atención de cualquier parroquiano. Entiendo los argumentos muy racionales y lógicos en ambos lados que implican la inmigración y de la propia valla. Simplemente estoy tratando de ilustrar mi experiencia con la frontera. Como estudiante universitario, entiendo mi exploración teológica acaba de comenzar. Sin embargo, ya se ha vuelto muy claro que Dios anhela que lo amemos. Si Él reside en cada uno de nosotros que no puedo dejar de pensar en Él querría que nosotros amamos a todos nuestros vecinos que se extiende más allá de las fronteras estadounidenses. Estoy muy agradecida de haber ido en el viaje misionero a Tijuana. Mi experiencia me ha permitido combinar mi fe y el conocimiento con una visión transformada del mundo. Les puedo asegurar que el dinero no va a cambiar las relaciones internacionales de nuestro mundo: el amor lo hará. La verdad es que la escalera hasta que un alma puede subir desde el nivel más bajo de las profundidades de la más alta a las alturas, incluso una valla. Por tu Matrimonio: Dos no pelean si uno no quiere, para mantener la paz en tu hogar evita discutir con tu cónyuge, especialmente delante de tus hijos. Pregunta de la semana Qué significa la palabra Amén y por qué es importante decirla? Felicidades señorita Guadalupe En la época de Jesús se identificaba a las personas de acuerdo al pueblo donde habían nacido. October 13 11:30 a.m. L/C: Hermila Murillo, Richard Veit el coro EM: Misael Alvarado, Steve Cave, Ampelia V., Maria Fuentes (Host) Toni Hernandez, Dionisia Zamudio Sev: Lilia Fuentes, Isaias Alvarado, Roman Barcenas Ush: Jeff Kozich, Carlos Chica, Ramon Sandoval, Jorge Guerrero GB: Jorge & Ana Guerrero & Family Gr: Rafael & Maria Fuentes PROXIMOS EVENTOS 13 de octubre, 9.30am reunión Fiesta de Guadalupe, en la oficina. 13 de octubre 5pm, Misa Juvenil 19 de octubre 9.30am Feria Hispana de Salud, Centro St Joachim & St Ann. 26 de octubre 8am Retiro para Quinceañeras en Centro Rigali. 27 de octubre 1pm Comite de la Unidad en la oficina. Para más información sobre algún evento por favor contacte la oficina

12 Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish! Traveling to the U.S.-Mexico Border by Madi King Our world, both historically and presently, places a high deal of thought onto the word money. Perhaps, we see it as a measure of stability or power. Nevertheless, if one devotes oneself to the exploration of poverty he or she will inevitably delve into the topic of wealth and its financial means. An emerging social activist may even claim money separates us from our Mexican neighbors. Our country clearly has a much higher materialistic value; so poverty must stem from a lack of money, right? Prior to visiting the eerie fence defining Mexican and U.S. boundaries, I believed in this theory of money. I rationalized poverty to be a lack of financial resources. However, my experience at the border proved otherwise. Our mission team arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border after our first full day of work. I wish I could articulate my reactions to the fence, but no words can do it justice; no words could make this fence beautiful. The iron-casted fence reaches twenty-one feet in some areas, and even ventures into the Pacific Ocean. The fence is not solid, allowing Tijuana beach goers to see into the United States. The Mexican side of the beach is heavily populated, whereas the American side appears deserted except for a few patrol vehicles or helicopters. Many of our team members were touched by the poems and pleas sketched onto the fence. My focus, however, was on the beauty of the ocean. As I searched the sea s horizon, I realized my theory on money was completely misplaced, or misunderstood. Money does not discriminate; people do. While money may be a means, it is certainly not the end. The fence represents control. I could not help but think humans attempt to control the land, resulting in boundaries and hate. Although I understood the fence continued into the water, it did not appear as so. The fence seemed to stop at the edge of the human race s territory. Thus, I saw the sea as God s control; His ideas towards true neighborly love boundless and beautiful. By no means am I offering a political statement or attempting to challenge the mindfulness of any parishioner. I understand the quite rational and logical arguments on both sides involving immigration and the fence itself. I am simply trying to illustrate my experience with the border. As a college student, I understand my theological exploration has just begun. Yet, it has already become quite clear that God yearns for us to love Him. If He resides in each of us I cannot help but think He would want us to love all of our neighbors extending past our American borders. I am incredibly grateful to have gone on the mission trip to Tijuana. My experience allowed me to combine my faith and knowledge with a transformed vision of the world. I can assure you money will not change our world s international relations: Love will. The truth is the ladder up which a soul can climb from the lowest of depths to the highest of heights even a fence. Halloween Howl for the Homeless 5K Run Saturday, October 19, 9:00am Children s Monster Mile Fun Run follows at 9:20am Both events take place on the St. Charles Community College campus and will benefit Sts. Joachim and Ann Care Service. Costumes are encouraged with prizes awarded to the best in numerous categories Pre-race and post-race activities, include face painting, a bounce house, music provided by the band Doppler FX and more... there s fun for the whole family! Every little gremlin that completes the Monster Mile will receive a prize. Please come to support the most vulnerable among us... those who are homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless. As many of our neighbors continue to remain under-employed and unable to care for themselves and their families, the numbers of those without basic needs continues to grow. Registration fee is $30 per person w/a long-sleeve T shirt. A family registration is $90 for a family of four; and includes four long-sleeve T-shirts. To register for either event go to For more information visit our website at For sponsorship information, contact Julie Feast 314)

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14 Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish! AS NEWLY REGISTERED MEMBERS Rafael & Yamilet Dubon and Vania David & Matilde Lopez, Angel, David, Alicia, Jennifer, Ashley & Gabriel Mario Perez & Veronica Gomez, Arely & Marion Miguel Tapia & Patricia Munoz, James, Richard & Alondra Victor Lopez & Maria de los Angeles, Ana, Cristian & Victor Hugo Tapia & Luz Ramirez, Adriana, Tony, Victori & Alex John Campbell & Annie Spiller Neil & Jessica Flannigan, Branden & Reed Bill & Ellen Connors Robert & Judith Funke Chris & DeeDee St. Gemme and Kyle Manuel & Amparo Torres, Chelino & Chuy Abby Hoyer Ben Barton Milan & Kathleen Berry, Layla, Carter & Nolan Don Rothermich Charles Thielker Shaun & Elizabeth Guccione Kevin & Karin Bohn Marie Bohn Mike & Sheila Becker Edileuza Ordones, Heloisa & Miguel Ivonne Perez, Jonathan & Guadalupe Nick & Becky Schaub and Henrietta Joseph & Jennifer Windsor Antonio & Yaxiri Calderon and Darey Socorro Tena Cesar & Ana Calderon & Janitzia Craft Fairs October 19, at St. Joseph Cottleville from 9am to 5pm. Lots of great crafters, eat while you shop, come and enjoy the Kid Zone, Silent Auction and Raffle Baskets. To benefit the St. Joseph School Band. November 2, at St. Joseph-Josephville, 10am to 4pm. November 9, All Saints St. Peters. Hand-made items, no vendors. If interested in participating, call Beverly Miller or Mindy Tihen November 17, St. Theodore Flint Hill, from 8:30am 2pm in the Parish Center. Benefits the 2015 Pro Life Trip. Let s Eat Out! Sunday, October 13: Fall Sausage Dinner at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in New Melle, serving from 11am to 6pm. Whole hog pork sausage dinners include homemade bread and desserts. Adults $11, children to age 12 $6, ages 5 and under free. For more info: Saturday, October 19th: BBQ at St. Robert Bellarmine, sponsored by the Men s Club and Knights of Columbus, serving from 11am to 7pm. Pork steaks, chicken, brats and more. Dinner w/2 sides $8. For more info: Sunday, October 20: Annual Fall Sausage Dinner at St. Alphonsus-Millwood serving from 11am to 5pm. Adults $9, children 12 & under $4. Whole hog pork sausage and turkey dinners. For more info: Sunday, October 27: Annual Fall Dinner and Craft Show at Holy Rosary in Warrenton. Turkey and whole hog sausage with all the trimmings serving from 11am to 6pm. Adults $10, children 6-12 $5, 5 and under free in dining room only. For more info: , ext. 1. Saturday, November 16: Convivium Dinner hosted by Kenrick -Glennon Seminary, to be held at the Cedars in downtown St. Louis. If you would like to help support the formation and education of our future priests, please consider donating an auction item, providing a monetary contribution, and/or attending the auction. For more info: th Grade Shadowing Programs Barat Academy, now thru November. Call Alison Hodges at or CBC High School, by reservation only. Contact Melissa Ryan or Duchesne High School, throughout the fall semester. Fill out the reservation form at, or contact Lindsay Lammert at or St. Dominic High School, for the fall semester. Please contact Michael Wade at or INTERNATIONAL FAIR TRADE MARKET on Saturday, November 9 from 10am to 4pm and Sunday, November 10 from 8am to 2pm at St. John United Church of Christ, 405 S. 5th. Fairly traded, exotic, and engaging handcrafts created by artists in the developing world. Proceeding go directly back to the people in these countries where they help pay for food, education, housing and health care. For more info call

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