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St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church HOLY MASS & SACRAMENTS Sunday Mass: Saturday Evening Vigil at 4:30 PM Sunday Morning Masses at 8 and 10:30 AM Weekday Mass: Monday through Friday at 8:00 AM Holy Day Mass: Vigil 5:30 PM, 8:00 AM and 12:00 PM Devotions: Morning Prayer: Mon.-Friday. 7:40 AM Eucharistic Adoration: Mon. 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mon. 5:30 PM Sacrament of Penance (Confessions): Saturday 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM Sunday 9:45 AM - 10:15 AM Baptism: Sundays at 11:45 AM Parents should contact the parish office to arrange a Baptism and to attend preparation class. Holy Matrimony: Please make arrangements at the parish office at least six months before the anticipated marriage. Vocation To The Priesthood And Consecrated Religious Life: Contact the Parish Office or the Archdiocesan Office of Vocations at 314-792-6460. Homebound Parishioners: Please call the Office for Holy Communion to the sick and visitation. New Parishioners: We welcome all new parishioners and are grateful for your active participation. Please visit or call our office to register. Bulletin Deadline: Tuesday, at 12:00 Noon. PARISH STAFF & COUNCILS Administrator Rev. Christopher Martin E-Mail [email protected] Phone Number 314-792-6462 Permanent Deacon Deacon Robert Snyder Business Manager Miss Joan Voskamp Music/Organists Mr. Jim Randazzo Mrs. Elisabeth Kenney Pastoral Associate Mrs. Judy Roderick Maintenance Mr. Charles Nea Parish Council Mr. Jack Tracy 314-607-2728 Finance Council Mr. Larry Millburg 314-849-7212 St. Vincent de Paul Society 314-289-6101 Ext. 2274 Eucharistic Adoration Judy Roderick 314-965-2059 CONTACT US Parish Office 1420 South Sappington Crestwood, MO 63126 Phone: 314-968-0760 Fax: 314-968-8023 E-Mail: [email protected] Website: stelizabethhungary.org Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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    St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church

    HOLY MASS & SACRAMENTS Sunday Mass: Saturday Evening Vigil at 4:30 PM Sunday Morning Masses at 8 and 10:30 AM Weekday Mass: Monday through Friday at 8:00 AM Holy Day Mass: Vigil 5:30 PM, 8:00 AM and 12:00 PM Devotions: Morning Prayer: Mon.-Friday. 7:40 AM Eucharistic Adoration: Mon. 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mon. 5:30 PM Sacrament of Penance (Confessions): Saturday 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM Sunday 9:45 AM - 10:15 AM Baptism: Sundays at 11:45 AM Parents should contact the parish office to arrange a Baptism and to attend preparation class. Holy Matrimony: Please make arrangements at the parish office at least six months before the anticipated marriage. Vocation To The Priesthood And Consecrated Religious Life: Contact the Parish Office or the Archdiocesan Office of Vocations at 314-792-6460. Homebound Parishioners: Please call the Office for Holy Communion to the sick and visitation. New Parishioners: We welcome all new parishioners and are grateful for your active participation. Please visit or call our office to register. Bulletin Deadline: Tuesday, at 12:00 Noon.

    PARISH STAFF & COUNCILS Administrator Rev. Christopher Martin E-Mail [email protected] Phone Number 314-792-6462 Permanent Deacon Deacon Robert Snyder Business Manager Miss Joan Voskamp Music/Organists Mr. Jim Randazzo Mrs. Elisabeth Kenney Pastoral Associate Mrs. Judy Roderick Maintenance Mr. Charles Nea Parish Council Mr. Jack Tracy 314-607-2728 Finance Council Mr. Larry Millburg 314-849-7212 St. Vincent de Paul Society 314-289-6101 Ext. 2274 Eucharistic Adoration Judy Roderick 314-965-2059 CONTACT US Parish Office 1420 South Sappington Crestwood, MO 63126 Phone: 314-968-0760 Fax: 314-968-8023 E-Mail: [email protected] Website: stelizabethhungary.org Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

  • Theology on Tap Summer Series – Tuesdays in June and July This summer, join young adults from across the archdiocese for our Theology on Tap Summer 4 Pack – four nights of engaging talks, drink specials, and great community: June 21 & 28, and July 12 & 19. All talks will be held at 7 PM at Kirkwood Station Brewing Co. Our featured speakers will be presenting on the Year of Mercy: Theresa Ruzicka, President of Catholic Charities; David and Rachel Leininger with Lifeteen and the Reap Team; SLU professor Fr. David Meconi, SJ; Dcn. Tyler McClay, Missouri Catholic Conference; Fr. Chris Martin; & Bishop Hermann. Email [email protected] or call 314-792-7008 with questions or for more information. Discipulus Summer Course – Exploring St. Augustine’s “City of God” “A Tale of Two Cities: Exploring St. Augustine’s City of God” with Dr. Andrew Chronister. Join young adults from across the archdiocese in discussing deep and important topics at the heart of the human condition - topics such as virtue and sin, life and death, peace and war, and the quest to live the Christian life in the midst of a secular world. This Discipulus Institute course will be held on five Thursday evenings: June 16 & 23, and July 7, 14, & 21 from 7-8:30pm at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary. Make time this summer to grow in your faith while building community with other young adults. The five week course is $25. Please register by email to [email protected], or call 314-792-7008.

    12th Sunday In Ordinary Time

    June 19, 2016

  • Monday June 20 8:00am Tom Barry Tuesday June 21 St. Aloysius 8:00am Raymond & Theresa Haukap Wednesday June 22 St. Paulinus 8:00am Madeline Morrissey Thursday June 23 8:00am Shawn Patrick Reiter Jr. Friday June 24 8:00am Shawn Patrick Reiter Jr. Saturday June 25 BVM 4:30pm Thomas Bartin Sunday June 26 13th Sunday In Ordinary Time 8:00am Vivian Zander 10:30am People Of The Parish

    PATIENCE Patience is the ability to idle your motor when you feel like stripping your gears. --Anonymous

    June 19, 2016

    Liturgical Ministers June 25 and June 26

    Saturday, June 25, 4:30pm Mass Lector: Jane Bell Servers: Volunteers Extraordinary Ministers: Jane Bell, Jack Tracy, Patricia Codden, Barbara Kiesler, Pat Augustyniak Sunday, June 26, 8:00am Mass Lector: Joe Margraff Servers: Volunteers Extraordinary Ministers: Pat Giljum, Ginny Morrow, Judy Simon Sunday, June 26, 10:30am Mass Lector: Fred Buck Servers: Volunteers Extraordinary Ministers: Dee Martin, Pat Beck, Judy Roderick, Jean Taylor, Carole Taylor

    Let us remember in our prayers the sick and shut-ins of the parish

    Golde Caldwell, Gertrude Slama, Fr Edwards, Mark Beck, Tom Hearst, Charlotte Shafer, Jo Klein, Steven Sulze, Cathy Seemayer, Hilaria Green, Victor Sciarrino, David Brophy, Rosalie Hubert, John Bickel, Albert Feldt, Frank Miles, Dana Dahl, Suzanne Kolb, Mike McSorley Sr., Charlotte Ward, Christian Flores, Kevin Vincent, Michael Roth, Carolyn Johnson, Vincent Simpher, James Brumfield.

    GIVE A MEAL-A-MONTH June

    Beef Ravioli, Corn, Pineapple or Jell-O, Corn Bread Mix. (Extra) Toilet Tissue, Paper Towels

    We also encourage those who are unable to attend Holy Mass and desire to receive the Sacraments to please contact the Parish Office.

    Parish Office Vacation Hours

    The parish office vacation hours will be from 9 AM until 12 PM from June 13th through June 17th. Normal office hours will resume on Monday, June 20th, 2016.

    The Weekly Offering for Sunday, June 12th, is not available due to the early bulletin production deadline in order to accommodate the parish staff vacation schedule.

  • June 19, 2016

    “Read Between the WINE’s” Summer Book Club: The Daughters of St. Paul and Pauline Books & Media will host WINE, Women in the New Evangelization and their Summer Book Club on Wednesdays, 2 pm, June 29th – August 31st at Pauline Book’s, 9804 Watson Rd. in Crestwood.

    WINE is a creative and inspired ministry to invigorate Catholic women through encouraging, supporting, and nurturing them in their faith and by equipping and mobilizing them as intentional disciples of Jesus Christ. Stay connected with your faith and friends this summer, as we read “Blessed Are You: Finding Inspiration from Our Sisters in Faith” by Melanie Rigney. Hope you can join us! For more information call 314-965-3512.

    Back for the Summer BBQ – College Students and Recent Grads (June 23). It's finally summer, and it’s time to celebrate! College students and recent grads (18-24 yrs. old) are invited to a Back for the Summer BBQ as we return home from school and begin the summer festivities. Grab your friends and make new ones as we gather for catered BBQ, drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and enjoy a day in the park with lawn games. We will meet on Thursday, June 23 from 5-8:30pm at Tower Grove Park (Sons of Rest Pavilion on the East side of the park near Grand Ave.) Sponsored by the archdiocesan Office of Young Adult Ministry. Email [email protected] for more information, or call 314-792-7602.

    “News Around Town”

    SPIN Retreat For Married Couples

    Are you interested in growing closer to God and to each other as a married couple? Dr. John and Mary Jane Gresham will be leading a Spiritual Intimacy (SPIN) Marriage Retreat on August 12 through August 13. The retreat will teach, demonstrate, and give you opportunities to practice new ways to pray together as a couple. The 25 hour retreat begins Friday evening with registration at 6:30 PM and concludes with anticipatory Saturday mass at 7:30 PM. The retreat, held at Todd Hall Retreat Center in Columbia, Illinois, is limited to 10 couples. See: genesis-ministry.org to register.

    Please bring your plastic pots, cell packs and trays and place them by the recycling bins on the front parking lot. The Missouri Botanical Garden will be picking them up. Thank you. The Landscape and Garden Committee.

    FATHERHOOD A father carries pictures where his money used to be. --Anonymous

  • This Coming Week at St. Elizabeth’s

    Mon. 6/20 - Eucharistic Adoration after Mass until Perpetual Help devotions at 5:30 pm. - SAJE Chair Exercises 9:30 AM Cafeteria - SAJE Pickleball Gym 9 AM - 12 PM - SAJE Informal Quilting 11 AM Advent Episcopal Tues. 6/21 - SAJE Zumba 11:30 AM Gym Wed. 6/22 - Men’s AA Meeting 7:30 PM Thurs. 6/23 -SAJE Chair Exercises at Advent Episcopal, 9373 Garber 9:30 AM - SAJE Pickleball Gym 12 PM - 3 PM Fri. 6/24 - SAJE Zumba 10:30 AM Gym

    NEWS FROM YOUR PARISH COUNCIL

    Save the date, July 9th, for “Dessert Before Dinner”. Come join us after the 4:30 mass for some Ted Drewes in the cafeteria and a chance to socialize with friends or make new friends. Coming in August movie night at St. Elizabeth’s. More details will be announced in future bulletins.

    June 19, 2016

    THE QUEENS OF SWING

    The Queens of Swing is an All-girl band reminiscent of the 1940’s that combines music, history, and fun. They have performed at church groups, historical associations, and men and women’s clubs. They will be performing at St. Elizabeth’s on Thursday, July 7 at the Adult Social Club meeting. ALL ARE WELCOME to come, members and non-members, to hear the Queens of Swing. Do something different this summer, come for the fun. On Thursday, July7 beginning at 11:30 AM in the cafeteria we will celebrate the Adult Social Club’s Happy Birthday to ALL meeting. So no matter the month, no matter the date, we will celebrate your birthday with Birthday cake, TED DREWES, and the QUEENS OF SWING. No cost, free, free, free! Bring an hors d’oeuvre, a snack, or dip/chips to share. Call Mary Lou Par-sons, 849-1203 by July 4, or sign up on the sheet in the back of church so we will have enough for all. Come for an enjoyable afternoon!

    SUNDAY SERVERS If you have received your First Communion and would like to be a

    server for weekend masses please email Fr. Martin at: [email protected]

    Adults and children are needed.

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