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ST. CHARLES BORROMEO CATHOLIC PARISH January 4, 2015 | 440 Kendall Street, Burlington, WI | 262.763.2260 www.mystcharles.org

Rev. Jim Volkert, Pastor | Rev. Yamid Blanco, Associate Pastor

An Epiphany Message Three new figures appear on the horizon of Christmas: the Wiseman coming from the east. God’s epiphany draws near. In the liturgy of the Church, the Feast of Epiphany means manifestation, because God reveals Himself and shows forth His glory. This understanding of the feast makes us think first of the star that appears overhead to guide the Wiseman. We also think of their long journey from the east following that distant star on the horizon. But there is a deeper meaning to this understanding of Epiphany. The Holy Spirit invites us to consider the inner path these wise ones have trod. This is an inner path to God and the manifestation of His glory. It begins with the mysterious encounter of the human intellect and human heart with the light of God Himself. In the words of St. John, “The real light which gives light to every man was coming into the world” (Jn 1:9). These Wiseman were undoubtedly following this light before the star appeared to them. God was speaking to them in the wonder of all created things, saying, “I am. I exist. I am the Creator and the Lord of the whole world.” At a certain moment, beyond the veil, he drew them even closer to Himself. He began to reveal to them the truth of His coming into the world. They were made aware of the divine design of salvation in some way they could not fully understand. And the Wiseman responded with faith to that inner epiphany with God. During the time of Epiphany, the liturgy of the Church leads us on our own journey toward Jerusalem. We turn our hearts toward the holy city, which has become “the city of the great king.” Even if the people of Jerusalem are unaware that the King of Glory has been born in their midst, we still rejoice. For Jerusalem is the city of the great King. May the Wiseman be our guide so that our daily walk will always have as its aim Jesus Himself, the eternal Son of God and the Son of Mary. (From the writings of St. John Paul II)

WANTED… Eucharistic Ministers Eucharistic Ministers prayerfully serve the people of St. Charles by distributing the Body and Blood of Christ during Eucharistic celebrations. St. Charles is in need of Eucharistic Ministers, especially for the 8:00 & 10:00 Masses on Sundays. Please consider volunteering for this very rewarding ministry. Call the parish office at 763-2260 or Pat Lawrence at 262-757-3180 to sign up. A short training session will be given. Parish Census Our 2015 Parish Census is underway. Completed census forms can be dropped in baskets on the usher stands or dropped off at the parish office. If you have not received a form yet, they will be available at the back of church throughout December. Please contact the parish office if you need to have the form mailed to you. Thank you all for your cooperation in completing this important update.

PARISH SUPPORT Monies Collected—Christmas December 24th & 25th, 2014 Membership ................. $21,057.95 Offertory ........................ $1,936.81 Hispanic Membership & Hispanic Offertory ........................... $272.00 Building Fund ..................... $25.00 Total Received ............ $23,291.76 Monies Collected—All Sources December 27th & 28th, 2014 Membership ................... $7,855.00 Offertory ........................... $829.05 Hispanic Membership & Hispanic Offertory ........................... $328.45 Building Fund ..................... $25.00 Total Received .............. $9,037.50 Total Combined ......... $32,329.26

Mass Intentions Monday, January 5 8:00 am Rosary 8:30 am Mass at Mary’s Tuesday, January 6 8:00 am Rosary 8:30 am † Ed Siehoff Wednesday, January 7 8:00 Rosary 8:30 am † Ed Osmolak Thursday, January 8 8:00 am Rosary 8:30 am † Bill & Kathryn Fonk Friday, January 9 8:00 am Rosary 8:30 am Mass at St. Mary’s Saturday, January 10—Sunday Vigil 5:15 pm † Members of St. Charles Sunday, January 11—The Baptism of the Lord 8:00 am † Francis Koenen 10:00 am † Joseph & Karen Kiesler 10:00 am † Joseph Warren

Holy Duster Schedule Tuesday, January 6th—Hispanic Community Tuesday, January 13th—Hispanic Community Additional Holy Dusters are always needed. Please call Jackie Heiligenthal to volunteer at 262-661-4272

Directory Parish Office…………...…………..…...........262-763-2260 Emergency After Hours Phone #..................262-210-9588 440 Kendall Street · Burlington, WI 53105 Hours: Mon—Fri. 9:00—4:30 p.m. Hispanic Ministry……….….….………..…..262-767-2630

Parish Staff Pastor: Rev. Jim Volkert……….…….……..262-763-1500 E-Mail: [email protected] Associate Pastor: Rev. Yamid Blanco……...262-763-2260 E-Mail: [email protected] Associate Pastor of Hispanic Ministry: Rev. Sergio Lizama, S.A.C………….…….….262-767-2630 E-Mail: [email protected] Parish Secretary/Bookkeeper: Jami Morrow ……………………………………………......262-763-2260 E-Mail: [email protected] Director of Rel.Ed: Barb Lebak………….….262-763-6002 Youth Ministry (Lifeteen): Jim & Kathy Martin …………………………………...….…….….262-767-1525 Pastoral Coun. Chair: Schawn Schoepke…..414-510-1841 Trustee: Barb Bakshis……………………..... 262-539-2694 Trustee: Karen Middlecamp………...……….262-763-7365 Bulletin Editor: Jami Morrow…………....….262-763-2260 Prayer Chain: Soly Chacko………...……….262-581-0055 Sara Schoepke………..…...…414-510-1841

St. Charles Grade School 449 Conkey Street · Burlington, WI 53105 Principal: Mary MacDonald…...…..….......…262-763-2848 Secretary: Kathy Dunn……..………….....….262-763-2848

Catholic Central High School Principal: David Wieters……………..……...262-763-1510

Liturgical Roles Saturday, January 10 at 5:15 pm Altar Servers: Tucker Strommen & Sam Lois Readers/Eucharistic Ministers: Family Mass, Andy Weiger, Marlene Scherrer, Mike Nice, Karen Bauman Ushers: Judy Bartlett, Al Lois, Ralph Yopp, Stan Epping Sunday, January 11 at 8:00 am Altar Servers: Courtney Raboine & Talya Reesman Reader/Eucharistic Ministers: Jacki Scholze, Paul Ogrizovich, Debbie Ogrizovich, Mary Markiewicz, Phil Ketterhagen Ushers: Laurence Cramer, Connie & John Lutz, Chris Miller Sunday, January 11 at 10:00 am Altar Servers: Ben Neu & Joseph Neu Reader/Eucharistic Ministers: Family Mass, Kathy Schaal, Jolene Evans, Steve Evans, George Whitehead Ushers: Brian Schaal, David Heiligenthal, Bob Swanson, Jeff Winkler

Mass Schedule Weekend: Saturday, 5:15 pm, Sunday 8:00 & 10:00 & 12:00 Noon (Spanish) Weekday: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8:30 am

Sacramental Life Reconciliation: 1st & 3rd Saturdays 4:30—5:00 pm Anointing of the Sick: 4th Saturday of month after Mass. Baptisms: Arrangements must be made in advance allowing time for an instruction prior to baptism. Weddings: Consult the Parish Office 6 months prior to wedding. Couples seeking marriage must attend Enrichment Program.

Bulletin Notices: All Inserts and Articles Must be submitted in writing to parish office before 10:00 am on Tuesday prior to the Sunday publication. Deadline may be earlier on Holy Days and/or Holidays! Articles may be e-mailed to [email protected]

Jesus And Me Update Over the last several weeks, the children attending JAM learned about the Advent Wreath and how to prepare their hearts for Christmas. Each child made their own wreath to take home and share with their families. They learned about a Jesse Tree and that we are all part of God’s family. As Christmas drew near, animals and shepherds were added to our stable and then the Holy Family. “Happy birthday, Jesus” from your JAM friends! JAM time happens Sundays during the 10 o’clock mass. Children ages 3 to 3rd grade are invited. We also welcome middle-school students and adults to read stories and help these young ones with crafts. For questions or to volunteer, call Jenny at 767-0740.

Free Blood Pressure Screening Location: Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington, 2nd floor, Internal Medicine Hours: st

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1 and 3 Wednesdays of each month. 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Readings for the week of January 4th Monday:

1 Jn 3:22--4:6/Mt 4:12-17, 23-25

Tuesday:

1 Jn 4:7-10/Mk 6:34-44

Wednesday:

1 Jn 4:11-18/Mk 6:45-52

Thursday:

1 Jn 4:19--5:4/Lk 4:14-22a

Friday:

1 Jn 5:5-13/Lk 5:12-16

Saturday:

1 Jn 5:14-21/Jn 3:22-30

Next Sunday: Is 55:1-11 or Is 42:1-4, 6-7/1 Jn 5:1-9 or Acts 10:34-38/Mk 1:7-11

Retrouvaille Marriage Retreat – January 16-18, 2015 Need Marriage Help? – Do you feel alone? Are you frustrated or angry with each other? Do you argue … or have you just stopped talking to each other? Does talking about it only make it worse? Retrouvaille helps couples through difficult times in their marriages. For confidential information and/or to register for the upcoming weekend at the Redemptorist Retreat Center in Oconomowoc January 16-18, 2015, call 800-470-2230 or visit www.retrouvaille.org. Please Call Us….. If you are at the hospital, shut-in, or homebound and would like Holy Communion, please call 763-2260. We care about you. Complimentary 2015 Liturgical Calendars, from the Pallottines and featuring beautiful works of art, are now available and are located on the usher stands near the exits of church. Feel free to pick one up as you leave!

Back by Popular Demand…..

Mexican Fiesta Dinner Saturday January 10, 2015 5:00-8:00pm St. Charles Andre Hall Sponsored by St. Charles Class of 2015 Adults $10.00 Child (age 10 and under) $7.00 Enjoy burritos, tamales, tostadas, tacos, rice & beans food prepared by Lucky Star Enjoy Live Music & atmosphere Tickets available at school office and also available at the door. Dine in or carry out!!

Birthday Blessings!

The Pope’s Prayer Intentions for January 2015

We wish to acknowledge the special members of our Parish Community who are celebrating their 90th birthday and up this January! ~ Rosemary Busch (Lois) will be 93 on January 5th ~ Hildegard Kwasniewski (Bieciek) will be 91 on January 6th ~ Richard Robers will be 90 on January 26th May God bless each of you!!

Peace That those from diverse religious traditions and all people of good will may work together for peace.

Catholic Central’s 30th Annual Topper Dinner and Auction/Car Raffle CCHS’s Annual Dinner & Auction, held at the Veterans Terrace on December 6th, proved to be another successful event for the local Catholic high school. Guests enjoyed a delicious array of hor d’oeuvres and a delicious dinner served by Gooseberries' Courtyard Catering. Over 250 items were auctioned off through silent and oral bids and included: gourmet dinners, services, vacations, and even a Springer Spaniel puppy, to name a few!! The evening concluded with dancing to music provided by 2013 alum, Jeremy Kuta. The $15,000 grand prize (car raffle) winner was: Joyce Spiegelhoff 2nd through 4th prize winners were: $750-Monica Hochevar $500-Hermelinda Chavez $200-Laura McCarthy Although final numbers are not yet available, 472 car raffle tickets were sold and $16,000 was raised for the school's new bell/phone system!

Consecrated Life That in this year dedicated to consecrated life, religious men and women may rediscover the joy of following Christ and strive to serve the poor with zeal.

www.apostleshipofprayer.org Gigs, Geeks, and God Thursday, January 15, 2015 1:00-8:00 PM Archbishop Cousins Catholic Center Technology is an integral part of the learning landscape today. Join us for a day of workshops and sharing about technology and faith. This is for all who work at passing on the faith in today’s world -- formation ministers, volunteers, teachers, priests, deacons, etc.

Visit http://www.archmil.org/G3.htm for details and registration. Christ ALIVE in our Marriage A Retreat for Couples in their first 5 years of Marriage Saturday, January 24, 2015 St. Margaret Mary Parish, Milwaukee 10:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. $60/couple (Includes continental breakfast, lunch & supplies) Registration is now open! Charisministries.org/Marriage_Wisconsin_Jan2015 Register soon! Space is limited to 25 couples. Questions? Contact Dan O’Brien 414-727-1955, [email protected]

MINISTERIO HISPANO REFLEXIÓN DE LA EPIFANIA DEL SEŇOR (Dia de Reyes) Hoy celebramos la fiesta de la Epifanía, es decir, de la manifestación de Jesús como Señor de todos los Pueblos. Es una gran fiesta para nosotros los cristianos, de manera especial celebrada en Oriente, por su significado: Dios se ha manifestado en Jesús, como un Dios universal, un Dios de la humanidad y no sólo de un Pueblo. EL TEXTO Mateo resalta en el texto el reconocimiento de Jesús como Rey (oro), Señor (incienso) y Redentor (mirra) por parte de los magos de Oriente; y el rechazo de Jesús como rey de Israel por parte de Herodes y las autoridades judías. Estos dos temas serán abordados constantemente por Mateo: el carácter universal del mensaje de Jesús y el rechazo de las autoridades religiosas del mensaje de Jesús. ACTUALIDAD La fiesta de la Epifanía tiene su centro en el reconocimiento que los magos de Oriente le dan a Jesús como Rey, Señor y Redentor; por eso se le llama fiesta de la Epifanía o Manifestación de Dios al mundo. Considero que esta fiesta nos debe ayudar a reflexionar sobre la universalidad del mensaje de Cristo. A veces los cristianos hemos “acaparado” de tal manera el mensaje de Cristo que casi hemos hecho imposible que alguien más se enriquezca de él. Tenemos que ser consciente que Cristo vino a redimir a toda la humanidad y por ello su mensaje ha de ser universal. Lo grandioso de este acontecimiento de los magos es que hace que Jesús “evangelice” todavía sin hablar; es decir, ese pequeño niño, recostado en un pesebre, era ya un mensajede salvación que movilizó a estos magos a buscarlo para adorarlo. ¿Cuál era este mensaje que transformó la vida de estos magos? La persona de Jesús representa para todos los hombre la encarnación del hombre perfecto; analicemos en qué sentido sucede esto. El hombre es un ser que encuentra su realización en la apertura al otro, y su realización perfecta en su apertura a Dios. Por lo tanto, en Jesús encontramos al hombre que está abierto de tal manera a Dios, que es Dios mismo hecho hombre, y también esta abierto a los demás de tal manera que todo el sentido de su existencia somos nosotros. Por esto, el mensaje de Jesús no se puede limitar a unas cuantas prácticas religiosas. Su mensaje llega a lo más profundo del ser humano; él es la realización plena de toda aspiración del hombre. Por eso en él todo hombre puede encontrar un mensaje de esperanza y salvación. ¿Qué nos enseña esta realidad a nosotros? Bueno, creo yo que muchas veces hemos reducido nuestro seguimiento de Cristo a unas prácticas religiosas, donde ser cristiano es: bautizarse, ir a misa, y seguir más o menos los diez mandamientos. Pero la fiesta de hoy nos dice que eso no es lo único de nuestro cristianismo. Ser cristianos es aceptar que en Cristo encontramos una manera perfecta de ser humanos, que en él encontramos el camino perfecto para hacer la voluntad de Dios sobre nosotros. Ser cristianos es vivir desde la verdad, haciendo el bien y buscando radicalmente el amor como principio de acción. Ser cristianos es vivir esa radicalidad en la apertura al otro (mi hermano) y al Otro (Dios), encontrando mi plena realización en el dar y no en el recibir. De esta manera, no es un verdadero cristiano el miembro confesional del partido, sino quien se hace realmente humano por su vivencia cristiana. Si todos viviéramos así nuestro cristianismo, estoy seguro que muchos otros hermanos aceptarían el testimonio de Cristo como testimonio para sus vidas. Entonces estaríamos promoviendo verdaderamente el mensaje UNIVERSAL que Jesucristo nos vino a traer. PROPÓSITO Reflexionemos esta semana: ¿En dónde estoy basando mi seguimiento de Cristo, en el cumplimiento de unos ritos, o en mi esfuerzo por vivir plenamente como humano, tomando a Cristo como modelo? ¿Estoy dando testimonio de mi cristianismo con mis actos o sólo con los ritos? Recordemos que todos nuestros ritos religiosos deben ser expresión de nuestras acciones cotidianas. Hna: Ruth Garcia

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St. Charles Catholic School, Hartland WI-
St. Charles Catholic Grade School located in Hartland Wisconsin.

St. Raphael Catholic Parish Church and Chaplaincy to - St Raphael's
Sep 28, 2012 - How lovely is your dwelling place, Lord God of Hosts. Second Reading. Apocalypse 8:3-4. An angel stood at