July 17, 2016

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July 17, 2016
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J
oseph Parish
Mission Church of St. Vincent de Paul
9961 Elk Grove Florin Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624 ● (916) 685-3681 ● FAX (916) 685-7254
Mission Church: 14673 Cantova Way, Rancho Murieta, CA 95683 ● (916) 354-2403 ● FAX (916)354-2404
We, the parish community of Saint Joseph Catholic Church (Elk Grove) and Mission Church of Saint Vincent de Paul
(Rancho Murieta), enriched by many traditions and cultures, come together to worship God in Sacrament, liturgy, and prayer.
We are committed to acting as One Body in Christ, and to living our One Faith with the help of the Holy Spirit. We
continually seek to reach out in loving service to others, both within our parish as well as in the greater community, in order to
spread the Good News of our faith.” (Parish Mission Statement)
Schedule of Services
Office Hours
Saint Joseph Parish
Saint Joseph Parish
Weekend Masses
Saturday
Sunday
4:30 PM
7:30 9:00 11:00 AM
& 1:00 PM (Español),
& 5:00 PM (Filipino Mass Every First Sunday,
English Mass - All Other Sundays)
Weekday Schedules (Monday to Friday)
Liturgy of the Hours
7:30 AM
Daily Mass
8:00 AM
Rosary
8:30 AM
First Friday Mass
7:00 PM
Eucharistic Adoration
Friday
8:30 - 10:00 AM
Every First Friday
7:30 - 10:00 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday
2:30 - 3:30 PM
Or By appointment
Mission Church of Saint Vincent de Paul
Weekend Masses
Saturday
Sunday
Weekday schedules
Daily Mass (Wednesday)
Service of the Word
(Fridays)
Eucharistic Adoration
Every First Friday
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday
Monday
9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Tuesday to Friday
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Visit us on our website:
stjoseph-elkgrove.net
See us on Facebook: St. Joseph Catholic Church (Elk Grove, CA)
Mission Church of Saint Vincent de Paul
Monday/Wednesday/Friday
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Parish Staff
Fr. Julito R. Orpilla (Pastor), ext. 122
e-mail: [email protected]
Fr. Carlo Tejano (Parochial Vicar), ext. 125
e-mail: [email protected]
Deacon Larry Hiner,
e-mail: [email protected]
Aurora Fragozo-Aguirre (Parish Administrator), ext. 120
e-mail: [email protected]
Sr. Ma. Imelda Grace Dañas, RVM (DRE of Faith Formation),ext. 124
5:00 PM
9:00 AM
e-mail: [email protected]
8:30 AM
Jerome Baybayan (Youth Ministry Coordinator), ext. 123
e-mail: jbaybayan @stjoseph-elkgrove.net
8:30 AM
Erwin Jimenez (Administrative Assistant II), ext. 121
e-mail: [email protected]
8:30 AM
4:00 - 4:30 PM
Or By appointment
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School
Trina Koontz (Principal) (916) 684-7903, ext. 12
e-mail: [email protected]
Tammy Babich (Preschool/EDP Director) (916) 691-4825
e-mail: [email protected]
Veronica Padilla Perez (Administrative Assistant), ext. 127
e-mail: [email protected]
Karina Santana (Administrative Assistant), ext. 128
e-mail: [email protected]
Bill DuVal (SVdP -Administrative Assistant), (916) 354-2403 ext. 129
e-mail: [email protected]
Anna Romea (Liturgical Music Coordinator)
e-mail: [email protected]
Saint Joseph Parish
: 07/18 08:00am - Jesus Cortez †
: 07/19 08:00am - Jamie & Merlina Benigno (SI)
: 07/20 08:00am RM 08:30am - For the People of SVdP
Thu: 07/21 08:00am - For the People of SJP
Fri: 07/22 08:00am - Fr. Carlo Tejano (SI)
Paul Seishas (SI)
Sat: 07/23 04:30pm - Amelia Reyes †
RM 05:00pm – Paul Samson †
07/24 07:30am – Jose G. Viray †
Dionisio T. Pangilinan †
09:00am - Lucila Mendoza †
Steven T. Molen †
RM 09:00am - For the People of SVdP
11:00am - Cristina Veloso †
Alex Bonon †
01:00pm - Ana Maria Meza de Hernandez †
05:00pm - Missa Pro Populo
First Reading
Pray For Our Military Families
Steven Alsop
Josh Alonzo
Don R. Baker II
Solomon Bolt
Carl Ian Bravo
Nicklaus Brincka
Grant Boone
Jaclyn Buno
Alondra Cruz
Mark Dollar
Benjamin Erwin
Matthew Farrell
Joey Feathers
Roman Fernandez
Gabriel Franzoia
Serena Grandov
Graham Hebert
Bryan&Nancy Horsey
Breanna Johnson
Valery Keaveny Jr.
Joseph King
Freddie Koeller
Glenn Lewis
Stephen Lindahl
Kyle Linebaugh
James Lovello
Amber McGovern
Russell Miller
Midori Mekata
Mike Montini
Jared Ortner
Sean Passmore
Cherry Pangilinan
Dominic Peterson
Ian Rubstello
Michael Riehl
Jousha Shaffer
Zachary Schiele
Jason Stiles
Shawn Tostado
Jason Lee Tudor
Jerry & Davita Vega
Jaime Wong-Lopez
Jordan Wood
Jason Woodford
Shai-Lin Ynacay
Shawn Zachary Gibson
Diosdado Pangilinan
Military Prayer List Additions
To add new names of active military to our
military list, please send an e-mail to
[email protected] or call Pat at 916-686-5977.
Today’s Readings
— Abraham and Sarah show hospitality
to messengers of the L
(Genesis 18:1-10a).
Parish Weekly Collection
Weekly Goal:
Psalm — He who does justice will live in the presence
of the Lord (Psalm 15).
Second Reading
— Paul speaks of the stewardship
given to him to complete the word of God, the mystery
hidden from ages past (Colossians 1:24-28).
Gospel
— Martha, you are anxious and worried about
many things. Mary has chosen the better part
(Luke 10:38-42).
St. Joseph
SVdP
$ 11,200.00
$ 2,600.00
Offertory this Week:
St. Joseph
$ 10,143.27
SVdP
$ 2,541.00
FOR EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer)
If you wish to contribute via EFT (electronic fund transfer)
please visit our parish website for more information.
“Thank you for your generosity and may God continue to bless
you with His providence.”
Mon: Mi 6:1-4, 6-8; Ps 50:5-6, 8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23;
If you know of someone who is recently ill or has
recently passed away, please call the parish office at
685-3681 to have them prayed for, at the weekend
Masses. Thank you.
Tues: Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Ps 85:2-8; Mt 12:46-50
Wed: Jer 1:1, 4-10; Ps 71:1-4a, 5-6ab, 15, 17;
Intención de Misas para Difuntos y Enfermos
Readings For The Week
Mt 12:38-42
Mt 13:1-9
Thur: Jer 2:1-3, 7-8, 12-13; Ps 26:6-7ab, 8-11;
Mt 13:10-17
Fri: Jer 3:14-17; Ps 63:2-6, 8-9; Jn 20:1-2, 11-18
Sat: Jer 7:1-11; Ps 84:3-6a, 8a, 11; Mt 13:24-30
Sun: Gen 18:20-32; Ps 138:1-3, 6-8; Col 2:12-14;
Lk 11:1-13
Si usted conoce a alguien quien esta o ha estado
recientemente enfermo o recientemente falleció, por favor
llamar a la oficina de la parroquia al 685-3681 en horas
de oficina por la mañana o pasar a la oficina con el
nombre de la persona para pedir por ellos durante
nuestras misas de fin de semana.
Submit bulletin Articles by Friday 12
(one week prior ) to:
e-mail: [email protected]
noon
Saint Joseph Parish
Thank You from the WYD Delegates!
Once again, thank you for your generous contributions to these young individuals and their sponsors who
will be traveling to Krakow, Poland to participate in World Youth Day. With your support our teens and
parents raised over $60,000 in two years, which helped cover the costs of our pilgrimage to the city of saints.
These are the names of the individuals and their sponsors who will travel and Participate at World Youth Day
events:
Juan René Aguirre
Aurora Fragozo-Aguirre
Joshua Esguerra
Toni Esguerra
Dominic Hinton
Stacy McCarley
Jill Lujan
Emma Lujan
Noemi Martin
Xochitl Martin
Fabian Cortes
Jerome Baybayan
Isabella Zammarrelli
Cynthia Zammarrelli
Ana Saucedo
Brittanni McCarley
Fr. Brian Atienza
We will be participating in Days in the Diocese at the Diocese of Warsaw-Praga where we will be staying
in the homes of the parish families at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour. During our 2nd week we will travel to
Krakow Poland, and participate in the World Youth Day festivities! Please keep us in your prayers and for our
safety as we travel. Please know that you and your families will be in our prayers as we make our pilgrimage
to see Pope Francis. May our Lord continue to bless you and your families.
Dziękuję wielu łask Bożych, niech cię Bóg błogosławi.
CFF Corner
Attention St. Joseph CFF Families:
FINAL REGISTRATION FOR CFF is
August 14, 2016 for gr ades 1-6th and August 21st
for Confirmation year 1 and 2, after the 9AM,
11AM and 1PM Masses in the Renwald Room,
St. Joseph Parish! You may fill out the form online
and BRING IT WITH YOU TOGETHER WITH
YOUR PAYMENT on that day in order to secure
your child’s spot for the classes, or come and fill out
your registration on August 14th and 21st, 2016 with
your tuition payment for the year 2016- 2017.
This date is the last registration date for the next
CFF school year. Tell your families and friends!!!
We will be accepting payment with cash or check
only. If you have any questions, please feel free to
call 916-685-3681 or contact Sr. Grace RVM or
Jerome Baybayan by email:
[email protected] or
[email protected]
Del Rincon de Formación de Fe
Atención Familias del Catecismo:
La ULTIMA FECHA DE INSCRIPCIONES para
el catecismo para los grupos del primero al
sexto año es el domingo 14 de agosto y para el
grupo de confirmación es el dia 21 de agosto,
después de las misas de 9:00am, 11:00am y 1:00pm,
en el salón de Renwald, Ud puede llenar el
formulario de inscripción en línea y traerla junto con
su pago, para asegurar un lugar en las clases ó
también puede venir y llenar el formulario de
inscripción el mismo día y hacer el pago
correspondiente. Esta es la ultima fecha para
inscribir sus hijo(s), en el catecismo para el año
escolar 2016-2017. Favor de mencionar esto a sus
familiares y amigos. Únicamente aceptamos pagos
con cheque y/o efectivo. Si Usted tiene alguna
pregunta favor de comunicarse a la oficina de la
Parroquia al 916-685-3681 con Sister Grace RVM o
con Jerome Baybayan por correo electrónico a
[email protected] o
[email protected]
Saint Joseph Parish
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
The French Revolution is hardly a “treasure” in
our story, yet in 1789 it began to dismantle the way
the world was organized: feudalism. The collapsed
society had three basic divisions: those who work,
those who fight, and those who pray. There wasn’t a
great deal of movement among the ranks, yet one
way to move out of the workers and the fighters was
in the direction of the folks who prayed. These were
the First Estate, the clergy.
One of the key persons in any manor or village
was the priest. He could read, at least a bit, and so
was the source for pronouncements and news from
government and Church. He was assigned to
celebrate the sacraments frequently and in
conformance with certain rules.
Seminaries did not exist before the Reformation.
Astute Protestant reformers then forced the Catholic
world toward a more educated and able clergy.
Before that, young men apprenticed with a priest to
learn the essentials, and would be presented to the
bishop for ordination. Other priests emerged from
the university system, where students were required
to be invested as clerics. Still others were monks,
ordained not so much for ministry outside the
monastic walls, but to offer Mass only for the
intentions of the community’s benefactors.
—Rev.
James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
WATCH YOUR POSTURE
Our posture is often a tip-off to our hospitality
and reverence for the Lord. Note the actions of
Abraham as he greeted the Lord in the presence of
three men who appeared near his tent. He ran from
the entrance of the tent to greet them. He bowed to
the ground as he met them. He and Sarah, his wife,
hastened to prepare a meal and bring food and water
to their guests.
In the Gospel story, Jesus’ friend Mary sat at his
feet in order to listen to him speak.
How do we welcome and reverence the Lord?
What do our actions show? Do we remember the
Lord’s presence in the Blessed Sacrament? How do
we welcome the Lord in the scripture readings?
How do we acknowledge his presence in our
brothers and sisters, both at Mass and afterwards?
Whether we kneel, stand, or sit in the Lord’s
presence, may our hearts and minds always be
attuned to him.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
América es un continente nacido del mestizaje que
tomó a los europeos, los indígenas y los africanos
para engendrar algo nuevo. Normalmente pensamos
en el mestizaje de sangre que produjo nuevas razas
latinoamericanas. Pero también existe el mestizaje
cultural que produce nuevos elementos latinoamericanos. Uno de estos es el sarape, hijo de la tilma precolombina y el manto español. Este mestizaje en tela
tiene sus principios en el siglo XVIII con una proliferación de talleres en Zacatecas, Saltillo y otros lugares. Esta cobija colorida, de algodón o lana, fue desarrollada para añadir color y belleza a los charros de
siglos pasados.
A través de la historia el sarape ha sido usado por
vaqueros, jinetes, soldados y revolucionarios. Hoy
día el sarape, jorongo, frazada, gabán o cobija se ha
convertido en símbolo de tradición mexicana y se
encuentra decorando hogares, restaurantes e iglesias.
México no es el único país que ha desarrollado un
mestizaje en tela, también Guatemala, Colombia, El
Salvador y otros más tienen sus telas y tapetes particulares que mezclan los colores y los diseños para
celebrar el talento y la creatividad del mestizaje latinoamericano.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.
CUIDA TU POSTURA
Nuestra postura es muchas veces un indicio de
nuestra hospitalidad y reverencia por el Señor.
Observa las acciones de Abraham cuando saludó al
Señor en presencia de tres hombres que aparecieron
cerca de su tienda. Corrió desde la entrada de la
tienda a saludarlos. Se postró en tierra a su
encuentro. Él y Sara, su esposa, se apresuraron a
preparar una comida y llevarle alimento y agua a sus
invitados.
En el relato del Evangelio, María, la amiga de
Jesús, se sentó a sus pies para escucharlo hablar.
¿Cómo le damos la bienvenida y reverenciamos
al Señor? ¿Qué demuestran nuestras acciones?
¿Recordamos la presencia del Señor en el Santísimo
Sacramento? ¿Cómo le damos la bienvenida al
Señor en las lecturas de las Escrituras? ¿Cómo
reconocemos su presencia en nuestros hermanos y
hermanas, tanto en la Misa como después?
Ya sea que nos arrodillemos, nos pongamos de
pie o nos sentemos ante la presencia del Señor, que
nuestro corazón y nuestra mente esté siempre en
sintonía con él.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Saint Joseph Parish/Saint Vincent de Paul
St. Vincent de Paul Society News
Noticias de la Sociedad de S.V. de Paúl
• Sunday, July 17: Pr ay and
• Cada miércoles r ezamos el Rosar io con los
sing at local convalescent
hospitals. We meet first at
Bruceville Terrace, 8151
Bruceville Rd., Sacramento,
at 1:15pm and then drive to
our second visit at Elk Grove
Rehabilitation, 9461 Batey
Ave, Elk Grove, at 2:20pm. Everyone ,
especially families, is invited to come. No
reservations necessary. For more information,
please contact Lynn at 916-687-6442 or
[email protected]
• Every Wednesday: Rosary with r esidents at
Windsor, 9461 Batey Ave. Meet in the north
dining room at 10:30am.
If you or someone you know is in need of help
with food, clothing or utility bills, please call our
confidential hot line at 916-667-2779. One of our
volunteers will return your call to schedule a home
visit to discuss your needs. God Bless You.
residentes del Asilo Windsor, en el 9461 Batey
Ave. en Elk Grove. Nos reunimos a las 10:30am
en el comedor norte.
Si usted o alguien que usted conoce necesita
ayuda de comida, ropa u otro gasto del hogar, por
favor llame a nuestra línea confidencial, al
916-667-2779 y deje mensaje. Cuando le regresemos
su llamada platicaremos sus necesidades en su casa.
Que Dios los bendiga.
Rosana's Missionary Year News!
After a year away from my home parish I am so
excited to be back and to be able to share my
experiences from my year in Atlanta Georgia and
my motivations for deciding to give another year.
Please join me for an evening of sharing and
reflection. Bring your friends and meet me in the
St. Juan Diego room on August 5th at 6:00pm
before first Friday mass. For more information
please feel free to contact me at 916-919-9610
Want to Sing for God?
St. Joseph Parish is in need of volunteer
musicians who can sing or play an instrument. If you
are interested, please contact Anna Romea at
[email protected] .
RCIA
For more information or questions regarding Rite
of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) please
contact Ida Miranda at: [email protected]
Job Opening at Pastoral Center
The Pastoral Center, located at 2110 Broadway in
Sacramento, has an immediate opening for a fulltime (35 hour per week) Front Desk Receptionist.
Work hours are Monday through Friday from
8:30am-4:30pm. The successful candidate must be a
practicing Catholic proficient in Microsoft Word and
Outlook, fluent in both English and Spanish, and
have excellent phone and customer service skills.
We offer competitive wages and a full benefits
package. To apply, please email cover letter and
resume to [email protected] Position is open until
filled.
Knights of Columbus
Past Faithful Navigator’s Dinner
The Knights of Columbus Bishop Gallegos
Assembly are selling tickets after Mass in the
vestibule for the Past Faithful Navigator’s dinner
and announcement of the Sir Knight of the Year on
Saturday, July 23, 2016; No host bar star ts at
6:00pm and dinner at 7:00pm at the
Msgr. O’Connor Social Hall. The menu is
scrumptious Nothing but Turf Dinner, potatoes,
grilled steam vegetables, Rigatoni salad, rolls and
butter. Cost is $20 per person and $35 Couple. Dress
Tuxedos.
Please RSVP by July 17, 2016. Contact SK
Michael Jones, at 916-684-5803; or email:
[email protected] for mor e infor mation.
Saint Joseph Parish
Jubilee Year of Mercy
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Last
Sunday’s
“Good
Samaritan” parable concluded
with Jesus’ command: Go provide
hands-on mercy to the next person
you meet, no conditions, no limits,
no exceptions. But today, Jesus seems to criticize
Martha’s hands-on mercy of hospitality, while
praising Mary’s “hands-off” as “choosing the better
part” (Luke 10:42). Mary sat listening (10:39),
leaving Martha “burdened with much serving by
herself” (10:40). So, is the contemplative life of
prayerful silence “superior,” but the active life of
earning a living, raising a family, running parishes,
schools, hospitals, and social service ministries
“second-class” discipleship? No; Jesus’ example is
not either/or but both/and: silent communion with
God, boundless compassion for people. If we do not
seek Jesus in silent prayer, how will we find Jesus in
all others? If we do not serve Jesus in others, will
our worship, despite its beauty, be anything but
empty ritual? This Jubilee Y ear of Mercy offers us
Jesus’ two-fold challenge: both “go and do” and “sit
and listen.”
Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
17 de julio de 2016
Decimosexto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
La parábola del domingo pasado terminaba con la
orden de Jesús: vayan a hacer obras de misericordia a
su prójimo, sin condiciones, sin limites, sin
excepciones. Pero hoy, Jesús parece que reprocha que
Marta esté practicando la obra de misericordia de la
hospitalidad, por el contrario parece que elogia a
María “quien está haciendo nada” como que “escogió
la mejor parte” (Lucas 10:42). María está sentada
escuchando (10:39), dejando a Marta “sola con todo
el quehacer” (10:40). ¿Entonces parece que la vida
contemplativa del silencio es “superior” y, una vida
activa, de trabajo, de familia, de hacer algún tipo de
pastoral en la Iglesia, en la escuela, en un hospital o
de asistencia social es un discipulado de “segunda
clase”? La respuesta es NO. El ejemplo de Jesús no
es: esto/aquello sino ambos/y; una comunión en
silencio con Dios, una compasión sin límites por las
personas. Si no buscamos a Jesús en la oración en
silencio, ¿cómo encontraremos a Jesús en nuestros
prójimos? Si no servimos a Jesús en el prójimo,
¿nuestra adoración, alabanza, culto, pese a su
hermosura, será cualquier cosas además de un ritual
vacío? Este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia, Jesús nos
ofrece dos desafíos de Jesús: ambos “vayan y hagan”
y “siéntense y escuchen”.
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
Fr. Toms Bible Class
Fr. Tom’s next class will be on
Friday August 12th. The topic
will be “Discovering the Identity
of St. Matthew in the Cycle of
Ten Miracles ”. Reflections on
the sermon on the Mount
(Matthew 8: 14-17 and 9:9-13) in at 10:30am—
12:30pm. Donation accepted, snacks will be
served. For more information please call
916-686-5977.
To celebrate the Sacraments of Marriage
and Baptism, please visit or call the parish office.
Or visit our parish website:
http://stjoseph-elkgrove.net/
Rosario a la Divina Misericordia
La Parroquia de San Jose los invita a rezar el
Rosario a la Divina Misericordia todos los miércoles
a las 6:45 de la tarde en la Iglesia.
Grief Support Sessions
St. Joseph's Ministry of Consolation will be
offering ongoing weekly grief support sessions on
Wednesdays, beginning, July 13th until
August 24th. We are present for those grieving the
loss of a loved one or other significant loss in one's
life. We will be meeting in the Renwald Room from
6:30pm - 8pm.
For more information, please contact Marilyn
Petruska at 685-3207 or Mary Ellen Trapp at
893-8863.
Parish Festival News
Blood Drive
The Rancho Murieta Women’s Club, is
sponsoring a blood drive, Monday, July 25,
2016 from 12:00 – 6:00pm in Anderson Hall
here at SVdP. Please bring a photo ID and
remember to eat and drink well before donating.
For more info please contact: Sue Kjome at
916-354-1311.
SVdP Security Team
We currently find ourselves in need of a
designated team to provide of the secure
opening and closing of our Church before and
after a variety of services. If you can participate
in this effort please contact Bill. This would
primarily involves regular weekend and Holy
Days of Obligation Masses, but would also
provide for security of the facility outside of
normal hours. We are need of one additional
member for Saturday evening Mass.
WE NEED YOU!!!
Give your church family your TIME and
TALENT and you will become a treasure to
your parish. We NEED, EM’s, Lectors, Ushers
and Alter Servers. Please consider taking part in
our expressions of Faith. Contact one of the
ministers and make your desire to serve known.
The leaders of each ministry are: Sherry Agrella,
Lectors, Ed Denison, EM’s Bill DuVal, Ushers,
and Jimi Collons, for Altar Servers. WE NEED
VOLUNTEERS
FOR
OUR
USHER
MINISTRY.
Monday Night Prayer Group
Come and join us for prayer and fellowship
on Monday nights at 6:00pm for the Rosary and
Chaplet of Divine Mercy. You can be home by
7:00pm or stay and socialize. The TWO Hearts,
Jesus and Blessed Mother, are waiting for you.
Our country really needs prayers. Don’t think
twice, just come.
Bulletin Deadline Notice
Bulletin submissions must be sent to Bill by
noon no later than Wednesday, a week prior to
its’ run date. If there is an important
announcement let Bill know by Friday at
9:00am. Don’t forget to check out the rest of
the bulletin!
The annual Parish Fun Festival
will be held September 10th & 11th.
In honor of the “Year of Mercy” this
year’s festival theme is simply
“Mercy”.
• Dinner tickets for the annual
Festival Dinner on Saturday,
September 10th will go on sale starting August
13th & 14th and will continue until September
4th. Tickets will be sold in the vestibule after
each Mass and at the parish offices of both
St. Joseph and St. Vincent de Paul. Last year’s
Western Hoe-Down was so enjoyed by all that
we decided to do it again this year. Don’t miss
out on the opportunity to bring the whole family
to this Western Hoe-Down event. We will be
serving BBQ Ribs & Chicken with all the
fixings for $20 per ticket. A table of 8 can be
reserved for $150, and includes 8 dinners and a
pitcher of beer or bottle of wine.
• This year we will have once again, a special
Buckaroo BBQ and Movie Night for the kids.
For $5 per ticket, children ages 5-12 can dine in
the Buckaroo Corral located in the St. Peter/
St. Paul room. The Buckar oo Dinner will
include a hot dog, chips, juice and a dessert.
After dinner, popcorn will be served with the
movie. It will be a fun night for the kids while
the adults have a relaxing evening.
• Festival Raffle tickets will be mailed out at the
end of July and will also available for purchase
in the vestibule after each Mass starting in
August. Make sure you get them in with your
donation early, for a chance to win one or more
of the three “early bird drawing” $50 prizes.
Early bird drawings will be August 14th, August
21st, and August 28th after the 5:00pm Sunday
Mass. Early bird winning tickets will still be
eligible for the grand prizes to be drawn on the
last day of the festival, September 11th.
We would also like your help in making this year
a successful event. We are looking for wine
donations, dinner raffle prize donations and sweets
for the sweet booth the morning of the festival.
These items can be dropped off in the Parish office.

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