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1 St. Paul Catholic Church ~ St. CharlesBorromeo, Haiti, Sister Parish ~ T h e L o v e o f C h r i s t I m p e l s u s t o b e a U n i t e d p e o p l e t o s e r v e o u r g o d July 11, 2021 MASS SCHEDULE WEEKEND MASSES Saturday : 4:00 pm & 5:30 pm Sunday: 7:00 am, 8:30 am 10:00 am DAILY MASSES Mon. Fri: 7:00 am CONFESSIONS Saturday: 3:00-until all are heard OR Anytime by appointment Our Mission Embrace the God who loves you; Engage in our community that journeys with you; Serve the world that needs you. This is the heart and soul of what we are about as faithful followers of Jesus Christ at St. Paul Parish in Highland, Illinois. PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am 4:30 pm Friday: 8:00 am 12:00 pm CONNECT Phone: Fax: Website: Facebook: /St-Paul-Catholic-Church Address: th Street, Highland, IL 62249

2 NEWLY ORDAINED Deacon Joseph Zagorski, who spent two years at St. Paul during his internship, will be assisting and preaching at Mass next Sunday, July 18 at 10:00am, and available for greetings in the narthex after Mass. Congratulations Joseph! VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Sign up now! HANDICAP ENTRANCE is now the west ramp of the church. Arm chairs are immediately inside. LARGE PRINT WORSHIP AIDES are in the racks at the narthex and west entrances of the church. These are provided for people who are visually challenged. Please take one to help you worship with us. DISTRIBUTION OF HOLY COMMUNION AFTER MASS will be at the west entrance of the church. This service will no longer be offered after August 16. We have been happy to provide this service during the pandemic. Those wishing to continue to receive the Holy Eucharist are welcome to have this brought to your home by a family member. If this is not possible, contact the parish office and we will assign someone to bring you Holy Communion to your home. NO ADORATION AND BENEDICTION after August 16, 2021, due to the closure of the church. We will resume after the new year. EVENTS IN CHURCH UNTIL AUGUST 16: Anything after 4:00PM Choir practice Fr. Pat s Pen Fr. Pat Jakel, Pastor Written in the Love of Christ Adoration and Benediction FUNERALS: IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Pierron are happening now. However, if a family desires a funeral on Saturday, it can be held at St. Paul Church until August 16. Just FYI. SILENT AUCTION NOTE: All items donated MUST be new and never used. Thanks so much! MEGA RAFFLE COMING SOON NEW: ONLINE SILENT AUCTION Tickets available late July or early August; Drawing: Sept. 12; 1:00pm. PLEASE HELP US! DONATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED NOW If parishioners/businesses have prizes to offer, please contact the Parish Office at (618) or Auction Chairpersons, Frank ( ) or Gina ( ) Lipski. We are accepting gift cards, travel packages, collectibles, gift baskets & crafts, as well as monetary donations. All items must be new. Thanks so much! CONSTRUCTION UPDATE Church/PLC canopies/e. church foyer are removed Utilities for all buildings are being relocated CONSTRUCTION PERSONNEL ONLY ARE ALLOWED INSIDE CONSTRUCTION FENCE SCHEDULE & ACCESS NEWS CAMPUS PROJECT TIMELINE Monday - Friday: No weekday events are held in the church during construction hours: 7:00am - 4:00pm beginning now. Church Totally Closes: Mon., Aug. 16, 2021 Church Reopens: Mon., Dec. 20, 2021 Completion of entire project: Thurs., Apr. 28, 2022 LITURGICAL VENUES; between August 15 & Christmas BLESSED SACRAMENT (Tabernacle) Parish Office Chapel CONFESSIONS: Saturday, 3:00-3:30 Parish Office Chapel MASS: Saturdays, 4:00pm, 5:30pm St. Paul Gym MASS: Sunday, 7am, 8:30am, 10am KC Hall MASS: Weekdays, 7am Meridith Funeral Home MASS: Wednesday, 7am (masks required) Hospital Chapel SCHOOL MASS: Thursday, 8:20am St. Paul Gym FUNERALS: IC, Pierron BAPTISMS: Only during Saturday Masses in Gym ACCESS TO THE CHURCH: By way of the narthex (9th Street) By way of the west entrance (Olive Street) ACCESS TO THE PARISH LIFE CENTER: St. Paul Gym/Cafe Main Entrance (9th St.) for Sat. Masses Lemon Street Entrance to All Floors Lemon Street Cafeteria Ramp Entrance (People with walkers & wheelchairs are required to have assistance at this ramp by an able-bodied person. Access directions are forthcoming) DROP BOX HAS BEEN MOVED Due to construction, our 24-hour drop box has been moved to the east side (Lemon Street) entrance of the Parish Life Center. As a reminder, please use only the middle drawer marked SECURE DROP, as the top drawer of the drop box is labeled US Mail and is for incoming and outgoing US mail only. Thanks! July 11,

3 Business Office Dineen Czar Executive Manager Laurie Scott Accountant With everyone abuzz these days with summer activities, we just wanted to send a happy reminder to all that online giving is a quick and hasslefree way to schedule your donations for our regular weekly collections or special collections, which can be set up as recurring transactions or as a onetime transaction, using your debit or credit card or as an ACH transaction (automatic withdrawal from your bank account). Our online donation provider, WeShare, can be accessed either on our Parish website (stpaulhighland.org) or via the WeShare website (stpaulhighland.weshareonline.org). If you have any questions about setting up your profile to get started with online giving, please feel free to call Laurie Scott or me at the Parish Office, or us at or We are here to help and are happy to do so! Making your donations to St. Paul Parish via online giving through WeShare is more efficient than conventional envelopes, which gives you more time to...shine ON, not only during the summer but all year long!! St. Paul is hiring a part-time (11 a.m.1 p.m.) cafeteria staff person to work during the school year, 23 days each week. For more details, please call Dineen in the Parish Office, , ext. 203, or Dineen at Thank you! Food Service Consultants, St. Paul School s cafeteria service provider, is hiring a school cafeteria manager to cover the St. Paul School cafeteria program. Responsibilities include preparing and serving food items to students and school personnel, maintaining food service facilities in a safe and sanitary condition, placing weekly food orders, and conducting monthly food inventory. If interested or for more information, please contact Al Sanders at or Financial Stewardship July 4, 2021 WEEKLY REPORT FOR: PARISH SUPPORT Church Envelopes Online Giving Loose Collection Repairs & Maintenance TOTAL PARISH SUPPORT NEEDED FOR BUDGET WEEKLY OTHER COLLECTIONS Sister Parish St. Paul Outreach Peter's Pence TOTAL OTHER COLLECTIONS TOTAL SUPPORT JULY 4, 2021 CAPITAL CAMPAIGN UPDATE WEEKLY REPORT FOR: CAPITAL CAMPAIGN TOTAL CAMPAIGN GOAL Pledged (incl. nonpledged contributions) Received Expenditures: Capital Campaign Expense Phase 1 (School West Wing Reno) Phase 2 (Parish Center & Gym AC) Phase 2.5 (Windows, Ramp, Auto Doors) Phase 3 (New Bldg. & Church Reno.) Total Expenditures $13,410 4, $18,604 $20,510 $1,562 $ $1,747 $20,351 JULY 4, 2021 $7,500,000 $7,084,057 $5,155, , , , , ,036 $2,223,279 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 3

4 Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation Deanna Harlan Thinking about becoming Catholic? INQUIRE WITHIN! The RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) process at St. Paul Catholic Church in Highland is a year-round process. Monthly gatherings are held in June, July and August, with weekly sessions beginning on the first Sunday following Labor Day each year and continuing through the celebration of the Easter season the following spring. This is a personal commitment of approximately 8-12 months or as long as needed. Weekly RCIA sessions meet on Sunday mornings from 8:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., beginning with Mass in the Church. To inquire or learn more about joining our faith family, please contact our RCIA Coordinator, Deanna Harlan at or x217. ONGOING FORMATION FOR CATHOLICS LOOKING FOR FACILITATORS We have had regular inquiries about studies for fully initiated Catholics, that focus on the fundamentals of the Faith. In an effort to fill that need and desire, we will be offering a program of foundational catechesis on basic topics and concepts of the Faith. We are currently looking for facilitators who would be willing to lead these studies on a rotation with others. The leader resources will be provided to you. Participants will have handouts as well. If you are comfortable leading discussions on the Faith and facilitating group conversations, please consider this much needed and exciting new ministry. Please contact Deanna Harlan at x217 or if interested. Thank you to those that have volunteered so far! A table with lost articles, has been set up in the Narthex of the Church. When you come to Mass, please take a look. If anything belongs to you, please take it along home. Thank you! July 11,

5 Pastoral Associate for Pastoral Care and Spirituality Lorraine Senci Seeking Help with Communion Services at Highland Home and Highland Health Care Center...Volunteers from our parish offer a Communion Service every Tuesday at 8:45 a.m. at Highland Home and every Tuesday at 10 a.m. at of Highland Health Care Center. We are in need of Communion Service leaders for both places, to offer one Service per month. Please contact Lorraine in the Parish Office, , ext. 202 or to learn more. S SS S Donations of singleserving packages of Oreos, Teddy Grahams and Animal Crackers may be placed in totes in the Parish Office and Church. These treats are for the communitywide summer Lunch Bunch program. Please feel free to drop off these singleserving snacks throughout the summer. Thanks to everyone for the very generous support of the Summer Lunch Bunch effort! Monetary donations for L.U.N.C.H. Bunch may be sent to Highland Area Community Foundation, with LUNCH Bunch in the check memo line. Thank you! St. Paul Lunch Bunch: July 26 Val Delaney, Kitchen Coordinator Assemble (8:30 a.m.11 a.m.) Louise Hemann Kenny Klaus Kathy Lohman Joan Riffel Cade Altadonna Fr. Kosk Stefan Kaniewski July 26 St. Paul Cafeteria Drive & Deliver (11 a.m.12:30 p.m.) 16years old & older Carol Henrichs Jess Horstmann Mandy Ringwald Monica Toennies Diocesan Reflection: Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time July 11 Travel Light. To do ministry that includes every one of us who is baptized the gospel, Jesus, really, tells us to travel light. No cane, food, suitcase, money. Just go and do. What encumbers me from doing what I am called to do, from doing good work? What food and drink can I give away (mercy work) to help others do good work? What money can I donate to worthy, needed causes? July Saturday, 4:00 PM Saturday, 5:30 PM Sunday, 7:00 AM Sunday, 8:30 AM Sunday, 10:00 AM Server Logan Driemeyer (sub req.) Daniel Wick NOT FILLED Meredith Habing Sophie Schroeder Andrew Sinnock Andrew Capelle (sub req.) Dominick Kampwerth NOT FILLED Wilson Boulanger Daniel Goring (sub req.) NOT FILLED Samuel Kukowski Lucas Marti (sub req.) Addison Ringwald Lector- Tom Hill Bill Wagner Howard Held Judy Keeven Jacob Rose NOT FILLED Brooke Quade Lisa Suever Carol Henrichs Eric Kukowski Extraordinary Minister Paul Finkes Connie Werner Larissa Habing Pat Korte Jan Abbott Lee Trame Nancy Heimann Jane Holtgrave Frank Lipski (sub req.) Jackie Manning (sub req.) Hosp. Team Leader Phil Decker Mark Voegele, Jr. Peter A. Tucker NOT FILLED Kathy Luitjohan Hospitality Minister Dereck Driemeyer (sub req.) Kenny Klaus Martin Klostermann Vernon Rakers Rick Aholt Dean Habing Jerry Klostermann Ray Korte Barb Bellm Paul Ray Capelle Tim Eller Beth Eller Jon Boulanger Skip Gall Jean Gall Steve Gibbs Darrell Luitjohan Gary Moenster Rick Ringwald Laurie Wiedner 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 5

6 St. Paul Catholic School overall school operations as well as this year s FundANeed to support Updated Teacher Computer Workstations (delayed by several years) and Equipment & Materials for a New Playground (on Broadway) & Outdoor Classroom. As you know, the 2021 Annual Dinner Auction had to be canceled this year. The funds generated from this event directly impact our school and are instrumental in offsetting the cost to educate our students. We turn to you to ask if you are able to support our Remote Dinner Auction during this time of need. You may donate at stpaul21.givesmart.com Donations of any kind are appreciated! We hope that you will consider making a gift to St. Paul Catholic School as a partner in educational excellence. Please know that we are truly thankful for your loyalty and support. If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact us at St. Paul Catholic School at (618) July 11,

7 Pastoral Associate for Youth Faith Formation Molly Korte 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 7

8 Perpetual Eucharist Adoration 10 Things That Happen When You Go To Adoration #4. You get bored sometimes There are going to be times when Adoration can feel anything but glorious. You get distracted, your mind begins to wander, you can hear someone else sniffing next to you. Maybe in the beginning Adoration was full of wonderful feelings! Regular Adoration is when daily life sets in and it can make it feel not so special. But that doesn t devalue or take away from the truth of whatadorationis. Our faith is more than feelings and God will still be working in you. This is the beauty of the Incarnation God made man, coming into all our stresses, fears, problems and yes, boredom. Know that even if an hour spent in Adoration is a continual returning to Him every few minutes when your mind wanders, you are still giving God the best gift you can your time and company. What is Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration? Adoration before the Blessed Sacrament has a long tradition in the church. Over the centuries, many religious orders have had prayer chapels open day and night. The devotion of 40 Hours of Eucharistic Adoration, which started in 1534, eventually developed into Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration. In 1981, Pope John Paul initiated Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in the Vatican Chapel and asked that all parishes in the world do the same. For more information and to select an hour to pray, please contact Marylin McDevitt at or The last 3 Wednesday evening Adoration and Benediction services before the church closes for renovation will be held on July 14, July 18, and August 11, at 6:30pm. Please note that Wednesday evening Adoration and Benediction services will be suspended when our church is closed for its renovation and will resume once the church is reopened. Thank you! July 8, 2021 Story Time with Stefan Dear Brothers and Sisters, I was asked to share my homily from Thursday with you, my Parish Family. I hope you enjoy. God bless! Seminarian Stefan For two days, while reading the Gospels, we have been hearing only specific facts yesterday the calling of the apostles and today specific instructions regarding the mission and proclaiming the kingdom of God. Jesus seems to be very specific in his actions; He leaves no illusions to the newly appointed apostles; He is simply a realist and knows that it will not be easy. How is today's word to be interpreted? It seems to be excellent for priests and even better for a seminarian the calling of apostles and sending forth, but.nothing could be further from the truth. The gospel is for everyone, and everyone is to be an apostle in their life. From the moment of baptism, each of us has been called by God to a specific task, to a specific mission. They are different. Some start families and are family apostles; others devote themselves entirely to the Church and choose the clergy, but each of us has a responsibility to preach the Good News with our lives! Today, unfortunately, we have a problem, and quite a big one, because how many times have we prayed for vocations and for families, and yet how many families are still destroyed and how many vocations have been wasted? In today s world, it is better not to make decisions, to live without obligations this is the new gospel of THIS world to live in the moment. Abortion and euthanasia are the result of a new distorted thinking, devoid of God. They are the result of a lack of responsibility for oneself and for others. Dear Brothers and Sisters, today's gospel is very concrete and has specific requirements. Let us not be afraid of them; let us face them boldly, let us take up the challenge that Jesus gives us, because He strengthens us every day with His word and body. Let us not be afraid to face this world and boldly proclaim the gospel to every creature. Amen. July 11,

9 HACSM Collecting School Supplies Highland Area Christian Service Ministry (HACSM) is seeking donations of school supplies and/or contributions for purchasing needed school supplies. In 2020, school supplies were distributed to 73 households for a total of 139 students. You may bring items to the Food 900 Chestnut Street by Wednesday, July 21st. HACSM hours are: 8: 30 am 12:30 pm Monday-Thursday. Phone: Items needed: Calculators TI-80XA, Trapper Keepers with Dividers, Sharpies, Highlighters, Elmer s bottled glue, Plastic 2-pocket folders, Crayola water color paint, post-it-notes, index cards, facial tissue, composition notebooks, washable markers, dry erase markers, small & large glue sticks, pencil top erasers, subject dividers, ear buds, Clorox wipes, back packs. Thank you!!! Office Manager Jennifer Hilling BULLETIN SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS TUESDAY AT 12:00 pm. Please submit items by to: PDF files CANNOT be used JPEG files required Thank you for supporting our Advertisers! 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 9

10 WELCOME TO ST. PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH Thank you for celebrating Mass with us today. Know that you are always welcome, and we are here to serve you in whatever way we can. Please let us know how we can assist you by checking any of the boxes below, and by dropping this form in the collection basket or at our Parish Office Drop Box. I am not Catholic and would like to talk with someone about the Catholic faith. I am a Catholic and interested in parish membership. I am returning to the Catholic Church. I have a special prayer request. I have a change of address, phone, or . Name Address City/State/Zip Phone Mass Intentions Monday, July 12 7:00 am Mass Michael Wetzel Tuesday, July 13 7:00 am Mass Fred & Wilma Bloss Wednesday, July 14 (Masks are required at Hospital) 7:00 am Mass at St. Joseph Hospital Joan Deuser Thursday, July 15 7:00 am Mass Claudette LaFrance Friday, July 16 7:00 am Mass Geraldine Kutz Saturday, July 17 4:00 pm Mass Rick Bloemker & Wally Carrillon 5:30 pm Mass Marie Thole Sunday, July 18 Mass 7:00 am The Parishioners of St. Paul Parish 8:30 am Buck & Claudine Klaus 10:00 am Lillian Kerin Rev. Pat Jakel, Pastor Cell: Rev. Piotr Kosk, Parochial Vicar, ext Lorraine Senci, Pastoral Associate for Pastoral Care and Spirituality, ext. 202 / Cell: Deanna Harlan, Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation, ext. 217 Dineen Czar, Executive Manager & Liturgical Music Coordinator, ext. 203 Jennifer Hilling, Office Manager, ext. 200 Laurie Scott, Accountant, ext. 215 Molly Korte, Pastoral Associate for Youth Faith Formation, ext. 210 Haidee Todora, School Principal, ext. 300 Renee Mitchell, School Vice Principal, ext. 301 July 11,

11 Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm Sat. 9am-2pm (618) Poplar St. Highland, IL Restaurant Banquet Rooms Available Auto Repair 24 Hr. Towing 140 Matter Dr., Highland Highland s Tru-Buy Discount Groceries 610 Broadway/Highland BINGO Knights of Columbus Illinois Route 143 Every Wednesday at 7:00 PM 25 Games with Several Specials Hall Available for Rental Join Us - Call Walnut St., Highland Luallen, Cearlock, Barth & Burnam, Ltd. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 1101 Main St. 114 N. Second St. Highland, IL Greenville, IL (618) (618) Jerome A. Lager 220 North Fourth Street Breese, Illinois Distinctive Memorials & Building Stone Since 1914 Member of American Institute of Commemorative Art LEE S Fine Jewelry, Loans & More For all your jewelry needs, repairs, Home of the $5 Watch Battery Lee & Angie Rinderer 919 Main St. Highland TRI FORD INC State Rt. 143 HIGHLAND IL SINCE 1969 Contact Trey Hill to place an ad today! or (800) x2613 Mark & Gail Frey 4542 State Route 160 Highland, IL Wellen Tax 1402 Mercantile Highland, IL OBERBECK GRAIN CO. Highland New Douglas NOW OPEN! Call Brandi at (618) Plaza Drive Highland, IL hour Access Great Customer Service Onsite Security Digital Video Surveillance Online Bill Pay Variety of Unit Sizes Available Drive-up Access Climate Control For ad info. call St. Paul, Highland, IL B 4C

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