Bulletin info for 5/3/2020
Easter Blessings to Each of You, We would like would share some information from the Bulletin to keep connected and share Parish new. The entire bulletin and other great information and links can be found on our Parish WEB Page
: Father Johnson continue to offer his daily mass privately for the intentions as requested in the intention book (Mass Intentions below). There are no public masses being said until further notice. No sacraments are to be administered during this period as well. Only in grave situations, may a confession and anointing of the sick be administered.
unlocked for private prayer daily
unlocked for private prayer from noon on Saturday until 8:00pm on Sunday
: no meetings this week (Social meeting has been cancelled)
Our Parish Chicken BBQ- has been cancelled at this time.
Saturday June 13th, 2020
Starting @ 11:00am @ Weber Hall
tart collecting those “good saleable” items
along with baked goods.
We will be at Weber Hall on Saturdays May 30th and June 6th
from 11:00am until 2:00pm for you to drop off items.
Items too large or too hard to handle, please call the
office and we will schedule a time to pick them up.
All proceeds to benefit the parish community!
St. John Neumann Prayer Chain:
If you have any requests for prayers please contact Michelle Schubert (585-689-0098) or Carol Comstock (585-317-9459) or email
Parish Prayer List:
Please Pray for: world peace, our country, for those serving overseas, for victims of war, violence and natural disaster, for the sick and suffering including: Fred Marcheson, Todd Hart, Lacey Bach Moore, Carl Schiltz, Gert Hyman, Cathy Keem, Jean H., Elizabeth, Madonna Zittel, Sheri Zittel, Kathleen Anderson, Paul Switalski, Len Mazurkiewicz, Ruth Z., Isabelle, Prudy Allein, Peter, Gayle Lane, Jeanine Peehler, Bob Daniel, Jean Dominesey, Esther Roberts, Anne, Donna, Leona Meyer, Judy Perl, Diane Dutton, Betty Becker-Beu, Rose Gielow, Shirley Becker, Bernie Eley, Michael Bankers, Annabelle Ziegler, Father Jim Fugle, Bob Schuessler, Bill Calmes, Sylvia Nowak, Marilyn Noecker, Mildred Ash, Liz, Lorne LeMieux, Norm Kehl, Ellsworth Smith, Sabrina Marlowe, Nancy Cox, Gerry Fugle, Linda Hall, Judy Carlson, Shaun Vonna, Mary W. and Father Johnson
Souls and Families of Doug, Hazel Berry, Jane Ritter, Jeff True, Elizabeth Beu
The coronavirus pandemic is a sign that we as individuals and as communities need to turn to God. Fully. We need to recognize that sin is sin and we have sinned. We need to pray daily in our private prayers and with our families, asking Jesus to cover us with the purification and protection of his blood. Instead of focusing on our troubles, we look at Jesus and take refuge in his love. When we allow evil to snatch our attention, we feel hopeless and angry. But when we refocus on Jesus, we can joyfully praise God for the goodness he will resurrect from our sufferings. As Christians, we need to be prepared for any kind of suffering. God will work it for many blessings. There is nothing to fear if we purify our lives and choose the path of holiness. When everyone else is panicking, God wants us to joyfully get busy sharing Christ, helping others discover the reason for our faith. Jesus doesn’t want us to be worriers; he wants us to be warriors conquering evil. True followers of Christ will win every battle. Through these victories we will bring the world to Christ! Pray this whenever you begin to worry: “Oh my Jesus, I surrender myself to You. Take care of everything.” “Do not be afraid, little flock, for your Father has been pleased to give you the kingdom…. Be dressed ready for service” (Luke 12:32,35a ) Pray the Rosary. The Blessed Mother has been coming in apparitions for many decades to warn the world about chastisements resulting from sin, while promising that praying the Rosary is a powerful weapon against evil. But pray the first decade of the Rosary for yourself, especially for joy, so that you are strengthened for the battle and become better equipped to conquer evil.
Saturday, May 2–Ted Hojnowski-Jean & Ron Hojnowski -All Parishioners
Sunday, May 3-Randy Farrant-Mark & Michelle George] [All Parishioners]
Monday, May 4- [+Donald Roche-Estate]
Tuesday, May 5- [+Sally Schabloski-Gert Meyer]
Wednesday, May 6- ***no mass***
Thursday, May 7- [+Bernard Perl-Estate]
Friday, May 8- [+Arlene Metz Murray-Family]
Saturday, May 9–Vigil-Fifth Sunday of Easter [+Helen Winch-Ed & Barb Logel] [All Parishioners]
Sunday, May 10-Fifth Sunday of Easter [+Marie Dominesey-Ron & Peg McCormick] [All Parishioners]
on Tuesday, May 5 at 3:05PM