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1 Saint Andrew Catholic Church 566 4th St NW Elk River, MN Office Hours Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM-3:30 PM Friday 8:00 AM - Noon Pastor Fr. Mark Innocenti Associate Pastor Fr. Arockiya Newton Pastoral Associate Deacon Fred St. Jean Mass Schedule Weekday Monday 8:00 AM Tuesday 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Wednesday 8:00 AM Thursday 8:00 AM Friday 10:30 AM (Guardian Angels Care Center) Weekend Saturday 5:00 PM Sunday 8:30 AM 10:30 AM 12:30 PM (Spanish) Sacraments Reconciliation Saturday 3:30-4:30 PM Tuesday after 6:00 PM Mass Baptism Call the Parish Office. Marriage Contact Parish Office at least six months before wedding date. Anointing of the Sick Seasonally or by request Eucharistic Perpetual Adoration 7:00 PM Sunday through 11:00 AM Saturday AUGUST Vision Building the kingdom of God here and now through the witnessing of a lived faith. Mission We, as a Catholic faith community, cast wide our net in welcoming all people as Christ. In a spirit of generosity, we utilize our time, talent and treasure to educate and serve one another.

2 From the USCCB Website Fr. Mark Innocenti Why does Jesus give himself to us as food and drink? Jesus gives Himself to us in the Eucharist as spiritual nourishment because He loves us. Gods whole plan for our salvation is directed to our participation in the life of the Trinity, the communion of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Our sharing in this life begins with our Baptism, when by the power of the Holy Spirit we are joined to Christ, thus becoming adopted sons and daughters of the Father. It is strengthened and increased in Confirmation. It is nourished and deepened through our participation in the Eucharist. By eating the Body and drinking the Blood of Christ in the Eucharist we become united to the person of Christ through His humanity. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him (John 6:56). In being united to the humanity of Christ we are at the same time united to his divinity. Our mortal and corruptible natures are transformed by being joined to the source of life. Just as the living Father sent me and I have life because of the Father, so also the one who feeds on me will have life because of me (John 6:57). By being united to Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in us, we are drawn up into the eternal relationship of love among the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. As Jesus is the eternal Son of God by nature, so we become sons and daughters of God by adoption through the sacrament of Baptism. Through the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation (Chrismation), we are temples of the Holy Spirit, who dwells in us, and by His indwelling we are made holy by the gift of sanctifying grace. The ultimate promise of the Gospel is that we will share in the life of the Holy Trinity. The Fathers of the Church called this participation in the divine life divinization ( theosis). In this we see that God does not merely send us good things from on high; instead, we are brought up into the inner life of God, the communion among the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. In the celebration of the Eucharist (which means thanksgiving ) we give praise and glory to God for this sublime gift. Join the Well-Read Moms Book Club! Attention all moms, new and old! You are invited to join our Well-Read Book Club for fellowship, community and of course great reads! This is a great way to grow in faith and knowledge with your fellow parishioners. The group meets on the second Thursday of each month at Saint Andrew in Meeting Room 4 at 6:30 PM. This year we will be reading books by C.S. Lewis, J.R.R Tolkien, Leo Tolstoy as well as several others. For more information please contact Katelyn Cummings at New Altar Server Training! Students in grades 4 9 are invited to participate in the altar server ministry. If you re interested in joining or would like more information. Please contact Diane at or x311. Permission form deadline is September 23; training will begin early October. 2 Baptism preparation classes are by appointment. Please call the Parish Office to register for the class. We welcome the following children through the sacrament of Baptism: Colton Mitchell Gorham, son of Rodney & Amber Nolan Oliver Bloom, son of Kyle & Danielle Remain in Me as I Remain in You. Saint Andrew urgently needs adorers for early morning hours. PLEASE PRAYERFULLY CONSIDER ADORING JUST ONCE A MONTH! The Adoration Committee is looking to fill the 1:00 AM Friday and 2:00 AM Saturday Adoration time slots. Four adorers Friday Four adorers Saturday We are asking you to commit to only one hour a month. Please call Colleen or Eva for more information. The Eucharist: Jesus truly present Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity! May our Adoration never cease. For more information contact Colleen Solors, , or Eva Jahnke, We guarantee it will be the best hour of your week! New Choir Members Welcome! The choirs are beginning rehearsals soon, and we hope you ll join us! Check out the various groups below. If you d like more information on any of them, feel free to stop up and see Diane after Mass, or call her at the Parish Office. Children s Choir for grades 2-5; rehearsals are Wednesdays 4:00-4:45 PM. Youth Choir for grades 6-12; rehearsals are Wednesdays 5:30-6:20 PM. Adult Choir for adults, college age and older; rehearsals Thursdays 7:00-8:30 PM. Men s Choir/Women s Choir for adults, college-age and older; rehearsals are several Thursdays a month. You don t need to be a member of the Adult Choir to join! Funeral Choir for adults interested in ministering to families experiencing a loss through music. Rehearsals are prior to the funeral. Small groups for teens and adults not interested in a weekly commitment. These groups sing at non-choir Masses. Instrumentalists for teens and adults who play guitar, flute, etc. even tambourine! You would be a great addition to one of the groups!

3 This Week at Saint Andrew MONDAY Aug. 27 Readings for the Week of August 26, 2018 Sunday: Jos 24:1-2a, 15-17, 18b/Ps 34:2-3, 16-17, 18-19, 20-21, [9a]/Eph 5:21-32 or 5:2a, 25-32/Jn 6:60-69 Monday: 2 Thes 1:1-5, 11-12/Ps 96:1-2a, 2b-3, 4-5 [3]/ Tuesday: 8:30 AM Church Cleaners (CH) 9:00 AM Quilters & Crafters (#3) 7:00 PM Youth Group (#4) WEDNESDAY Aug. 29 THURSDAY Aug. 30 SATURDAY Sept. 1 SUNDAY Sept. 2 6:30 PM Bible Study (#1 & #2) 8:30 AM Blood Pressure & Health Counseling (#1) 6:00 PM Youth Group Movie Night (G) 11:00 AM Spanish Choir Rehearsal (#1 & #2) CH - Church #1 - Meeting Room 1 C - Cafeteria #2 - Meeting Room 2 G - Gym #3 - Meeting Room 3 SC - School #4 - Meeting Room 4 P - Parish Office Do you have a green thumb? We re looking for several people to join the flowers/green plants group to help with watering and pruning the plants in the church and entry ways. It only involves a few days every month. If you re interested please contact Diane. Mt 23: Thes 2:1-3a, 14-17/Ps 96:10, 11-12, 13 [13b]/ Mt 23:23-26 Wednesday: 2 Thes 3:6-10, 16-18/Ps 128:1-2, 4-5 [1]/ Mk 6:17-29 Thursday: 1 Cor 1:1-9/Ps 145:2-3, 4-5, 6-7 [1]/ Mt 24:42-51 Friday: 1 Cor 1:17-25/Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, [5]/ Mt 25:1-13 Saturday: 1 Cor 1:26-31/Ps 33:12-13, 18-19, [12]/ Mt 25:14-30 Next Sunday: Dt 4:1-2, 6-8/Ps 15:2-3, 3-4, 4-5 [1a]/Jas 1:17-18, 21b-22, 27/Mk 7:1-8, 14-15, Director of Liturgy & Music USHERS: September 1 & 2 5:00 PM *Dennis Gallenberg, JoAnne Adamski, Karen Walz, Joanne McChesney 8:30 AM *Ron Beckerleg, Rich Belanger, Joe Sadowski, Jim Wood, Dave Guimont 10:30 AM *Joe Weeks, Tony Mikols, Jon St. Germain, Tom Larson, Jon Grunewald * Denotes Captain ALTAR SERVERS: September 1 & 2 5:00 PM Zeke Hipsag, Sub Needed 8:30 AM Ellen Dehn, Sub Needed 10:30 AM Emily Tran, John Paul Hudson GREETERS: September 1 & 2 5:00 PM Kathryn Koerner, Loretta Hanggi, JoAnne Adamski 8:30 AM Lee Dziuk, Katie Lehmann family 10:30 AM Thor & Sherri Smerek family LECTORS: September 1 & 2 5:00 PM Kevin O Connell 8:30 AM Gary Keifenheim 10:30 AM Margie Church PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS Mary our Mother, you joyfully accepted the call to bear God s Son to a waiting world. Hear our prayer for those called to serve as priests, deacons, religious, consecrated seculars and lay ministers. May they embrace the joys and challenges of bringing Christ to the world today. Amen. Masses for the Week MONDAY, August 27, St. Monica 8:00 AM Lorraine Kolles TUESDAY, August 28, St. Augustine, bishop 8:00 AM Int. Anita Kolles 6:00 PM Lucille Beaudry WEDNESDAY, August 29, The Passion of St. John the Baptist 8:00 AM Brian Quigley THURSDAY, August 30, Weekday 8:00AM Fabian & Cathy Sadowski FRIDAY, August 31 10:30 AM Jerry Bromen (Guardian Angels Care Center) TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME SATURDAY, September 1 5:00 PM Vernon Kolles SUNDAY, September 2 8:30 AM Frank Lewandowski Sr. 10:30 AM Rupert & Elizabeth Zimmer 12:30 PM Parish of Saint Andrew

4 Financial Report Week Ending August 19, 2018 Stewardship Adult Envelopes $ 14, EFT Adult Envelopes $ 8, Loose Plate $ 1, High School Students $ Children $ $ 24, Other Donations Assumption $ 2, Tuition Assistance Program $ Saint Andrew School Donation $ Legacy Endowment Donation $ 1, Funeral Fund $ $ 4, Outreach Ministry CAER $ Saint Andrew Mission Outreach $ $ Total Contribution $ 28, Regular Weekly Contributions $ 24, Amount Needed for Budget $ 21, This Week s Surplus/Deficit $ 2, Fiscal Year-To-Date Surplus/Deficit ($10,660.04) In today s first reading, Joshua challenges the people to decide whom they will serve. Recalling God s faithfulness to them and to their ancestors, the people declare, We also will serve the Lord, for He is our God. May we, too, be mindful of God s gifts to us and renew our commitment to serve Him with grateful hearts. After-School Childcare Helper at Saint Andrew Catholic School in Elk River (K-5) Saint Andrew Catholic School is looking for responsible, fun, creative people to work in our after school care program. Our minimum hiring age is 17 and up. We encourage anyone looking for a part-time job to apply. Hours are anytime between 2:30-6:00 PM, Monday thru Friday; some additional hours possible on non-school days and during the summer. Responsibilities include supervision of students during indoor and outdoor activities, games, reading, arts and crafts, and helping with homework. They will also have daily contact with parents and staff and be comfortable taking control of behavior and discipline issues. If interested, please Laure Hipsag at 4 Deacon Fred St. Jean CAER Needs Most needed: cereal, coffee, canned juice, pasta sides, chunky soup, mayonnaise, tea and size 4 and 5 diapers. Also needed: gently used tote bags, paper bags and plastic bags to help people visiting CAER bring their groceries home. Pope Francis The love with which individuals and communities treat the poor, the weak, and the hungry, is the best measure of faith. Faced with the cry of hunger all sorts of hunger of so many brothers and sisters in every part of the world we cannot remain detached and calm spectators. God s love for humanity hungry for bread, for freedom, for justice, for peace and above all for His divine grace never fails Jesus continues to feed his people making himself a living presence through us. July 29, 2018 I found this beautiful prayer that ties in with Pope Francis when he said that Jesus makes himself a living presence through us. Prayer of St. Teresa of Avila Christ has no body but yours, No hands, no feet on earth, but yours. Yours are the eyes through which He sees, With compassion on the world. Yours are the feet with which He walks to do good. Yours are the hands with which He blesses all the world. Yours are the hands, yours are the feet, Yours are the eyes, you are His body, Christ has no body now on earth but yours. Rosa Renteria Prayer Line: If you would like to put someone on the prayer line, please call Sherri at Office hours: Monday 9:00 AM 3:30PM Formación de Fe y preparación para los sacramentos El programa de este año ya pronto comenzara para Formación de Fe. Por favor hablen a la oficina con Rosa o con Jim Thorp al para poder hacer una cita y poder registrar a sus hijos. Este programa ayudara a sus hijos a fortalecer su Fe Católica y aprender más sobre que significa ser católico. Este programa es para todos los niños, aunque ya tengan el sacramento de Primera Comunión y Confirmación. Si su hijo/a ya hizo la Confirmación, pueden registrarse al Ministerio de Jóvenes, pueden hablar con Jim Thorp para más información y para registrarse, este programa es una manera de involucrarse a la comunidad. Para bautizos pueden hablar con Patricia Rosales al: para las clases y más información Festival de otoño Anoten la fecha para el Festival de este año, será el 16 de septiembre. Habrá mucha diversión, juegos para niños, rifas de dinero y/o un carro KIA nuevo y entretenimiento, música en vivo, premios, bailables tradiciones mexicanos y autentica comida mexicana y elotes mexicanos. Los esperamos!

5 Parish Staff Phone Parish Business Administrator - Melissa Anderson Director of Liturgy and Music - Diane Pederson Parish Secretary - Tracy Schroedl Coordinator of Strategic Pastoral Planning - Randy Bayerl Parish Office Hispanic Coordinator - Rosa Renteria Parish Nurse - Betsy Clark Trustee-Finance Council - Donna Dohmen Trustee-Finance Council - Michael Dubois Chair-Pastoral Council - Jim Schroeder Hispanic Liaison - Pat Rosales Faith Formation Office Phone Director of Evangelization and Catechesis - Jim Thorp Faith Formation Secretary - Lori Iannuzzelli Saint Andrew Catholic School Phone School Principal - Tom Donlon School Secretary - Sherri Stefano Catholic Charities Counselor Phone Counselor - Sr. Mary Fran Reichenberger, LICSW,OSF Saint Andrew Catholic Cemetery John Greene Doug Hipsag Richard Eversman Dan LeFebvre KNIGHTS KORNER Pancake Breakfast Sunday, September 9 8:00 AM -12:00 PM School Cafeteria We will be serving pancakes, french toast, eggs, hash browns, sausage and bacon with milk, juice and coffee. Enjoy a great meal and fellowship! Proceeds will go to supporting Mission Outreach. Any questions, call Doug Kraus at You Are Invited If you or someone you know is interested in joining the Knights of Columbus please join us immediately following the 5:00 PM Mass on August 25 for an informal cookout and to get more information. Location will be at the KC garage off the east side of the church parking lot. All are welcome. Questions: Please contact Bob Hurd at Wanted: Good men to join our fraternal brotherhood organization for faith, fun and fellowship in service to our church and community. For membership information, call Bob Hurd, Blessings! Doug Kraus, Grand Knight Queen of Peace Council No Calendar of Events: August 25 KC Prospective Member Cookout, 6:00 PM September 8 Pet Clinic at Big Lake, 8:00 AM - Noon 9 Pancake Breakfast, 8:00 AM - Noon 13 General Meeting, 7:00 PM 16 Parish Fall Festival, 11:30 AM - 4:45 PM If you need gluten-free hosts, please check in each week in the Sacristy to let them know. Funeral Luncheons Funeral Luncheon Coordinator Joyce Milless AUGUST: Mart - N SEPTEMBER: O - Rei When it is your month to help, you will be ed to either work the day of the funeral; bring a cake, cookies (two dozen) or bars; or provide a $5 donation, which can be mailed to the parish office or put in the collection basket marked Funeral. Hospital visits If you or someone you know is hospitalized and would like a priest to visit, please call the Parish Office. 5 Saint Andrew is Hiring! Part-Time Kitchen Assistant: Prepare and serve food, store food and clean up kitchen. Must meet county and state food safety certification requirements. Full job description and applications are available in the Parish Office of Saint Andrew Catholic Church. Part-time Custodian/Maintenance: Two evenings per week (3:00-9:00 PM) and as needed for substitution or extra events and summer cleaning. Duties are primarily custodial but may include light maintenance and snow removal duties when necessary. Must be able to work alone and lift 50 pounds, and must not be allergic to cleaning materials. Full job description and applications are available in the Parish Office of Saint Andrew Catholic Church.

6 Parish Nurse The end of summer is in sight, with the state fair, the new school year and, of course, the church festival. It seems everyone is feeling a sense of anxiety over how to make the most of the remaining days of summer and launch into a productive autumn. Whether you are starting school or sending a child off to school, you are in transition and may be experiencing anxiety. The thoughts and worries about a new living environment, different foods and changes in finances, make it easy to lose sight of the present moment. Taking a few moments to focus on the here and now will help quiet the mind so we can enjoy the last days of summer. Take time to recall with gratitude the good days spent with family and friends. Recalling happy times and good experiences helps us recognize them when they occur in the future. When challenges arise, we can take comfort remembering the feelings of joy and happiness. You may be hearing a lot about mindfulness and that it s good for our health, both physical and mental, but what exactly is it? Mindfulness is somewhat different than meditation. It can be done without sitting, without eyes closed and without chanting or a mantra. (Don t get me wrong, meditation can be time well spent.) It s really about pressing the pause button for even a minute, recognizing what is happening right now, both inside and around us. Kabat-Zinn uses the expression, Where ever you go, that is where you are. It is really seeing the smile of a family member, feeling the grass between our toes or the wind on our face. Here are a few exercises that might help you and your crew ease the transition from summer to fall. Mindful Breath: The morning scramble to get dressed and fed can add to the anxiety of children. Each day or on the first day of school, before walking out of the house, make time to share a brief breath awareness practice. Stand tall, take three full breaths and focus on the sensations of the inhale and exhale each time. Finish by bringing a smile to your face. Do this throughout the school day, whenever you need a pick-me up. Gratitude at Bedtime: Close your eyes and think of three things you are grateful for today. Think of how someone made your day better or helped you today. Think of one thing you did to make it a better day for someone else today. More than ever we need to demonstrate how to calm and re-center ourselves in this world full of opportunities to get off-balance. Whether it s a child having difficulty with a meanie at school or a community recovering from a natural disaster, the world is constantly providing us lessons, which we can use as a reminder that we are never alone. You are precious in My eyes, and honored, and I love you. Isaiah 43:4 Saint Andrew Catholic Church thanks American Family Insurance Bonnie Koste Through the financial support of our advertisers, we are able to print the weekly bulletin at no cost to our parish. We encourage parishioners to patronize and pray for our advertisers. 6 Dear Parishioners, School Principal Tom Donlon x 327 Thank you to all our parents and students for attending our Open House last Thursday. It was so fun for me to meet everyone in the Saint Andrew Catholic School community. We are excited that school starts this Tuesday, August 28, for all our students in grades K-5 and Preschool (3-year-olds). The first day for Prekindergarten (4-year-olds) is Wednesday, August 29. The first few days of school are Parent Drive Days, which means that school busing is not available. We ask that parents drop off and pick up their students using the main church and school parking lot and the Door C entrance. I realize that we can all be a bit harried in the morning, and look for ways to shorten our drop-off and pick-up times. I know it can be tedious to have to drop off and pick up students from the main parking lot, especially when the street near the from entrance of school is so close. However, because of the reserved bus lanes on one side and the busy-ness of the street, it is dangerous to pick up and drop off on the opposite side of the street. I have heard several of close calls that have occurred in the past that could have resulted in the serious harm or even death of a student. We all know how emotionally painful it would be to have such an accident. As the old saying goes, An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Thanks for parking in the main church and school parking lot and using the Door C entrance. Also, I want you to know that the school doors will remain locked until 8:00 AM. From 8:00 to 8:10 AM, students who arrive at school will be directed to the Cafeteria. Students will be permitted to enter their homeroom at 8:10 AM. Our school day begins at 8:20 AM. We are thankful to have Tacklebox available from 6:30 to 8:10 AM each morning. If your child needs to arrive prior to 8:00 AM, please contact Mrs. Laurie Hipsag, for registration materials at You're invited to join the weekly, Wednesday night Gospel Study/ Prayer gathering, 7:00 PM, at the Saint Andrew Catholic Church, Meeting Rooms 1 & 2. We study the Gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday using Catholic commentary for deeper meaning of the written word. Next is silent prayer for 20 minutes, sharing of the Holy Spirit s insights and our love for Jesus, priest, prophet and king. Contact Eva Jahnke at

7 Director of Evangelization and Catechesis Jim Thorp x 312 Saint Andrew Fall Festival Sunday, September 16, 2018 Part of what makes our festival successful is you! Please remember to sign up to help us Saturday or Sunday. Go to standrewscatholicchurch.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer or go to Saint Andrew website and click on the orange leaf banner to view all of the volunteer opportunities and sign up. Thank you! Share Your Faith With Our Kids! Our Faith Formation programs still need volunteers, especially for first grade and second grade/first Communion. The schedule is roughly every other Wednesday, 6:30-7:45 PM, beginning in late September. If you are able to teach or even help out in the classroom at any grade level 1-11, please contact Jim as soon as possible or Upcoming Catechist Meetings Grades 6-8: Wednesday, September 5, at 6:30 PM at the Church Grades 9-11: Wednesday, September 12, at 6:30 PM at the Church Our initial meeting for Grade 1-5 catechists was this past Wednesday, but we will schedule makeup meetings with anyone who volunteers in the coming weeks. Reminder: The Farmers Market will only accept fresh produce, canned produce, jams, honey or baked goods. We have new Fall Festival yard signs this year. You may pick one up from the Gathering Area to advertise our festival. Please return it to the Gathering Area after the festival so we can reuse them again next year. Festival Wish List Fresh produce, canned produce, jams, honey or baked goods Bottles of wine (10) Plastic, red/white checkered table cloths, 8 long Fun-size candy bars Tootsie Pop candy 2-liter bottles of pop, name brand Gift cards for prizes, such as *Fast food *Caribou or Starbucks *Gas *Target or Walmart All faith formation volunteers will need to renew their Safe Environment requirements before classes begin this fall. The process for renewal is simple and completely online. Please watch for an with instructions. Finally, the complete schedule of classes and other helpful resources are available online. Click the Faith Formation tab at the top of the parish homepage, to find links to printable copies. Youth Pizza and Movie Night All youth grades 9-12 are invited to the end of the summer pizza and movie night in the Saint Andrew Youth Room on Saturday, September 1, 6:00-10:00 PM. We will also be playing outdoor games (beanbag toss, badminton, etc.) A donation of $5 is suggested to cover the cost of food. Please RSVP by Monday, August 27, to Kent Yoder at (call/text) or You may pick up cake and pie containers from in the gathering area. We need cakes for the Cake Walk We need pies for the Food Court You may drop off your donations at the Parish Office any weekday during business hours or bring it to Mass on Sunday and leave it in the Fall Festival box in the Gathering Area. Check back again for updates. Melissa Anderson: or (763) Jackie Sadowski: or (763) days until the Festival! It s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving. Mother Teresa 7 Council of Catholic Women (CCW) Mark your calendar for these 2018 CCW events: Saturday, September 15: DCCW Annual Fall Conference, Fergus Falls/Wadena Deanery. The St. Cloud Diocesan Council of Catholic Women supports, empowers and educates Catholic women in spirituality, leadership and service. CCW programs respond with Gospel values to the needs of the Church. New CCW officer elections will be held at the September 10 meeting. If you have a desire to run for president, vice-president, secretary or treasurer please contact Paula Boesch at for more information. Next CCW meeting Monday, September 10. Have a great summer!

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