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ST.

JOSEPH PARISH
306 Iowa, PO Box 165, Olpe, KS 620-475-3326
Parish email: st.joseph_olpe@yahoo.com
Facebook: “St. Joseph Catholic Church”
Fr. Brandon Farrar, Parochial Administrator
Fr. Ratna Swamy Nannam MSFS, Parochial Vicar
fatherratnaswamy@gmail
March 3, 2019 – Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Celebration of the Eucharist: Reconciliation: Saturdays @ 4:30 PM


Saturday @ 5:00 PM Baptisms/Anointing of Sick/Counseling AND
Sunday @ 8:30 AM Marriages/Annulments: – contact Rectory
Sunday mass at St. Mary’s (Hartford) – 10:30 AM

St. Joseph Parish Contacts: Sat. 03/02 5:00 pm +Larry Wille/Martha Robinson
Accounting/Office Adm: Laurie Schmidt 475-3326 Sun. 03/03 8:30 am For the people of the parish
(office hours - Wednesdays/Fridays 9-12 ) Mon. 03/04 NO MASS
Bulletin deadline-TUESDAY @ NOON Tues. 03/05 5:00 PM +Phillip Orear
Wed. 03/06 ASH WEDNESDAY
Altar Society: Carolyn Cole 340-3766 7:30 AM +Ralph Redeker
Cemetery: Terry Taylor 340-5062 7:00 PM +Cliff Cole
Family Life Ministry: Kay Schmidt 475-3767 Thur. 03/07 7:30 am +John Blaufuss
Finance Council Brian Schmidt 475-3767
Fri. 03/08 7:30 am Damian Tolbert
Funeral Dinners: Linda Dieker 475-3567
Knights of Columbus: Brian Flott 343-9241 Sat. 03/09 5:00 pm +Mel Reed
Outreach Arlene Redeker 475-3414 Sun. 03/10 8:30 am For the people of our parish
Pastoral Council: Diana Kuhlmann 475-3784
MASS OPENINGS: We are now booking masses through June
Religious Ed: Rose Redeker 475-3403
(Father Swamy will be gone during May, thus no weekday
Masses). Please stop by the rectory during office hours, email,
or call and leave a message. THANK YOU!!

ST. JOSEPH PRAYER LIST


Mary D Brinkman, Montana Cole, Paul Frizell, Dave Goodell, Leonarda Henderson, Bob Hohne, Sharon Lake, Evelyn Musick, Benedict
Nannam (Father Swamy father), Bev Schaefer, Jim Wecker, Sonny Wendling, & all battling cancer.
United States Army: SFC Matthew S. Richter, Sgt. Austin Burenheide, Pvt. Johnnie Bell, Captain Jacob Haag, Pvt. Brandon Raybourn
Air Force: Master Sgt. Andrew Stevenson Marines: Lt. Colonel James Bechtel Navy: Robert King

COLLECTIONS Mark your calendars……


Plate $ 226.00 Mar. 6 ASH WEDNESDAY – Masses @ 7:30 AM
Envelopes 1,526.00 (44) And 7 :00 PM
Social Support 240.00 NOTE: CCD students meet in church
Leaven 146.00 Mar. 19 Blood pressure/sugar screening & bingo –
TOTAL ……… $2,138.00
Plaza – 10:30 AM
THANK YOU! As a reminder, LEAVEN payments of Mar. 19 PARISH WIDE Meeting – St. Joseph
$18 were due in February and SOCIAL SUPPORT OF School Basement – 7 PM
$30 is due in March. Envelopes for both of these are April 11 Penance Service – 6:00 PM
in your packets. Thanks so much to our faithful and
generous supporters!
LITURGY SCHEDULE
ASH WEDNESDAY , March 6 – 7:30 AM ASH WEDNESDAY – March 6 – 7:00 PM
Servers: 2 volunteers Servers: Max Blaufuss, John Musick
Lector: Delores Heins Lector: Donna Bolen
Ministers: Debbie Cole Ministers: Rose Redeker, Donna Bolen, Ryan Arnold
Ashes: Delores Heins, Greg Markowitz Gift Bearers: Ryan Arnold family
Ashes: Donna Bolen, Alan Nuessen

Saturday, March 9 Sunday, March 10


Servers: Jed & Brody Cole Servers: Truman and Millie Bailey
Lector: Clare Spellman Lector: Donna True
Ministers: Clare Spellman, Dorothy Blaufuss Ministers: Mike & Shirley Langley, Donna Bolen
Kathy Stevenson Gift Bearers: Dorothy Schmidt, Charlotte Coble
Gift Bearers: Clare Spellman, Joe Haag
Sacristan: Arlene Redeker

 There will be two masses that day at St. Joseph—7:30 AM and 7:00 PM. ALSO, there will be mass in
St. Mary’s in Hartford at 5:30 PM.
PLEASE NOTE: There will be no CCD. Students are asked to attend Ash Wednesday mass.
 During Lent (Ash Wednesday til Holy Thursday) Adoration will be in the chapel in the church
basement.
 Stations of the Cross will be held each Wednesday during Lent at 7:00 PM, beginning March 13.
 A Penance service will be held on April 11 at 6:00 PM at St. Joseph. Penance services will be held at
Sacred Heart on April 4 at 7 PM and at Didde Campus Center on March 27 at 8:30 PM.

Parish-Wide Meeting
All parishioners are invited and encouraged to attend an open-meeting at 7:00pm on Tuesday, March
19 in the school basement. The three proposed construction options and campaign procedures will be
discussed in detail. A question and answer session will then follow. Please play a part in this
important discussion about our future.

With the Call to Share campaign winding down, we are asked to remind you that your gift is still
needed. Thank you to all who have given and responded generously. To date, St. Joseph has
contributed $6,087 of their $12,740 goal with 62 of 195 parish families contributing. Your
commitment will help ensure someone is always loved and never alone.

Spring Festival is right around the corner. If you would like to donate a prize, cash, gift card or
certificate, please contact me, or leave a message at, 620-475-3580. Thank you in advance for your support
and generosity. Kathy Redeker Raffle chair
Do you know someone attending the University of Kansas? Maybe someone headed that way this fall? All prospective KU
students, parents, benefactors and friends are invited to enjoy a night in Lawrence at the St. Lawrence Center. Come
and see what the St. Lawrence Center is all about, learn about SLC scholarships, and hear from current students about
being Catholic at KU! Join us on Sunday, March 3, 2019 from 4:30-7:30pm. Mass and dinner included! Please RSVP on
the website at kucatholic.org/homeonthehill. Questions? Email jconrad@kucatholic.org.

The 6th grade class would like to invite parish members to help with the last service
project of the year. Our class will be taking donations of food during the Lenten Season
to give to Food for the Poor. The items that are needed most are nonperisable food
products such as; noodle, mac/cheese, and rice cups, pop top cans of ravioli, spaghetti,
pasta sauce, canned fruit, and etc, small boxes of pasta, pudding and fruit cups, shelf
stable milk, cereal, pancake mix made with water, small containers of syrup, and
breakfast bars. Healthy snacks are needed also. We encourage everyone to check the
grocery isles for good tasteing, healthy items that will satisfy a hungry student.
Donations can be placed in the book bags in the back of church. Our class is looking
forward to doing our part to help this service project be successful.
…………………Amanda Arndt and the 6th grade CCD class

 Sacred Heart Boy Scout Troop 158 will host their 7th annual pasta dinner on Friday, March 29 in the parish
hall from 5-7 pm. Tickets are $8 per meal and available at the door.

 MEN UNDER CONSTRUCTION will be held on April 6 at Church of the Ascension in Overland Park. More info.
can be viewed on the bulletin board in the church vestibule.

 The 13th annual “WOMEN’S SPIRITUALITY CONFERENCE” will be held on April 6 at St. Thomas More Parish
Commons in Manhattan, KS. Registration fee is $35 for adults and $20 for students. Please check out more
information on the bulletin board in the church vestibule.

 Young Women (grades 5th-10th) along with their mothers or guardians are invited to “Look to Him and Be
Radiant” on April 7 from 2-4 PM at the Sacred Heart parish hall. Two women from Benedictine College will
address topics of self-respect, beauty, and theology of the body. Please RSVP to Kellie at
kellie.vajgrt@gmail.com by April 1.

Give your children the gift of participating in a summer camp at Prairie Star Ranch. It could
help them know the difference between fleeting happiness and enduring joy. It will help give
them the opportunity to begin to experience an authentic joy that can sustain them for a
lifetime. To check it out and/or register, go to www.archkck.org/camp
“St Joseph Catholic Church CCD parents! Please apply for scholarships to send your kids to one of these camps this
summer! We can also raise additional money with a “fun”raiser after Mass soon! Ask me for more information!”
……….Kay Schmidt

Please check out the 2018 BBQ donors listing on the next page. We are grateful to these
businesses/individuals for helping fund our Family Ministry and other programs at St. Joseph!!
THANKS!