Saint Vincent de Paul Parish   Dutzow, MO and
Immaculate Conception Parish  Augusta, MO
Parish Mission Statement
St. Vincent de Paul at Dutzow, high above the surrounding countryside, shares
with its faithful a rich heritage of Catholic belief. As God’s people our Mission is
to make Jesus Christ present in our daily lives through Divine worship;
Christian education and service to our neighbor; to strive through ethical
conduct, generous hearts, and industrious lives; to give glory and honor to God.

Reconciliation        
Tuesday 7:00 – 7:15 pm at SV
Saturday 4:15 - 4:45 pm at SV
Any other time by appointment.

Devotions        
SV Perpetual Help Devotions are held Tuesday after Mass
IC Perpetual Help Devotions are held Monday after Mass

Eucharistic Adoration
SV- Every Tuesday 5:00-7:30pm
IC- Second Thursday of every month (odd months)
5:00-7:00pm with Benediction and prayers starting at 7:00pm
IC Parish Council/Finance
Committee
Connie Struckhoff- Chair
Lori Aholt
Tom Aholt
Carroll Struckhoff
Doug Holdmeyer
Mary Ann Kluesner
Guy Middleton
Doug Paule
Ken Daming

SV Parish Council
Brenda Napier -Chair
Rick Schwentker-Vice Chair
Lisa Mayer -Sec      
Doug Hindersmann
Dan Miller
Pam Rodriguez
John Matlick
Rick Mueller
Bob Rothrock

SV Finance Committee
Lorraine Struckhoff- Chair       
Karen Holtmeyer        
Gena Mayer                      
Rick Gratza                  
Dan Wessel
Tony Ballmann

School Board
Mark Spann-Principal
Sara Maune-Pres
Kelly Schwoeppe- Vice Pres
Amy Konys-Sec
Pam Fleer
Corrine Mallincrodt
Trisha Goins
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Parish Mission Statement
As members of Immaculate Conception Parish in Augusta and members of the
Archdiocese of St. Louis, we seek to live our Catholic Faith in union with the
Archbishop.  Faithful to the Gospel values of our Lord Jesus Christ, we strive to fulfill
our baptismal call by worshipping together, sharing our faith, and serving others in the
name of Jesus.  Guided by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to be responsible
stewards of God's gifts.  All for the Glory of God and the good of all people
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ABOVE ALL, WE ARE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES.
SMALL ENOUGH TO CARE, HUMBLE ENOUGH TO SERVE,
STRONG ENOUGH TO NOURISH.
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Mass Times

IC ~Immaculate Conception in Augusta
SV ~St. Vincent de Paul in Dutzow

Monday          8:00 am at IC
Tuesday         7:30 pm at SV
Wednesday   8:00 am at SV
Thursday       8:00 am at IC
Friday              8:00 am at SV  
(During the school year Wed. & Fri. Masses are school Masses)
(No Friday Masses from May 22-August 21, 2015)

Saturday:       5:00pm (Sunday Vigil) at SV

Sunday:          8:00 am at IC
10:00 am at SV

Holy Days:     Please check here or the bulletin
for Holy Day schedules.
Dynamic Catholic, Alive! – Pentecost

At Pentecost, Christ poured out the Spirit and revealed Him as a Divine
Person, making the Holy Trinity fully manifest (Compendium, 144). Pentecost
is the birth of the Church, when she began her earthly pilgrimage that will be
fulfilled one day in glory (USCCA, 115). The Acts of the Apostles and the
epistles of the New Testament show the presence and action of the Holy Spirit
in the first-century Church. This Church has expanded through space and
time, under the protection of the Holy Spirit. Have you studied the history of
the Church?

archstl.org/dynamic
The Most Holy Body & Blood

We used to call this special annual celebration of the gift of the Holy Eucharist by the name Corpus
Christi (Latin for “Body of Christ”). The more recent English title puts us back in touch with the vivid
concreteness of Jesus’ gift of himself in his humanity, now present to us as our risen Lord, and
accessible tangibly in the meal form of bread of wine. This Sunday’s second reading from St. Paul’s
first letter to the Corinthians gives us the earliest report of the Last Supper — some ten to twenty years
before the Gospel accounts. Let’s savor his special treatment of this central sacrament of our faith.

“On the night when he was betrayed” reminds us of the drama of the Gethsemane prayer and the
arrest, leading to Jesus’ Passion and death—and the human complicity (Jewish and Roman) entailed
in all of this.

The words identifying the bread and wine with his body and blood point both to the death that separated
his blood from his body and to the fact that his risen presence to the community at worship would
indeed be nurturing and empowering as “bread for the road” in the post-Easter mission.

“New covenant in my blood” is language that reminds the community that it is part of the renewed
covenant people of God. The mandate (spoken twice) —“Do this in memory of me”— makes this more
than a memory; it is a commission to repeat this ritual as a regular practice of the community,
reminding us of our identity as the body of Christ meant for the life of the world.
It is also a repeated proclamation of “the death of the Lord until he comes.” That is a faith claim. What is
proclaimed is not simply the death of a Palestinian craftsman; it is the death of the one we know as our
risen Lord, present and empowering us in the continuation of his mission for forgiveness and the
creation of a community of love and service. The phrase “… until he comes” expresses the sure hope
that the kingdom of God will come to full expression in a future in which we will participate.

And why does Paul include this tradition in this letter? Not for archival reasons. He does it to remind the
Corinthian Christians that their failure to take care of one another is a failure to “discern the body of
Christ” (v. 29) — both as the Lord present in the Supper and as the assembled community sharing the
same graced life and called to minister to one another. This feast delivers a profound challenge to
conversion. Discerning the body gets us involved in unexpected ways with the people and the world
around us.

(by Dennis Hamm, SJ at Creighton Online Ministries
http://onlineministries.creighton.edu/CollaborativeMinistry/052916-corpuschristi.html)

May 23, 2016 - For immediate release from MoDot:
One Lane on Route 94 near Augusta to Close June 6 for Three Months

http://www.modot.org/stlouis/news_and_information/District6Release.shtml?
action=displaySSI&newsId=206937


The Missouri Department of Transportation will close one lane on a section of Route 94 in St.
Charles County for three months starting on Monday, June 6, at 7 a.m.  The westbound lane of Route
94 between Klondike Park and Sanders Road will be closed so crews can repair two slides and
replace pavement in the area.  
Route 94 will be a one lane road for about a mile and traffic will be directed through the work zone
using temporary signals.  Drivers can also detour around the lane closure by taking Route 94 to
Schluersburg Road to Route F.   All lanes of Route 94 will reopen by late August.

Updates on ACA for both parishes.

St. Vincent’s:  Goal:  $18,442; Challenge Goal: $30,400
Current pledges:  $30,440
Woo-Hoo!  Made our regular and challenge goal.

Immaculate Conception: Goal: $  8,848; Challenge Goal: $10,762
Current pledges:  $  9,040
Woo-hoo!  Made the regular goal.  SO CLOSE to the challenge goal!  Still got cards out?  We’re almost
done.  Please get them in regardless of your pledge ASAP.  Thanks!

THANK YOU to Kathy Holdmeyer of SVDP & Connie Struckhoff of IC, our chairs of ACA, for all of your
hard work in running our successful campaigns.  God bless you both!
This Monday is Memorial Day.  Mass is at 9am at Immaculate Conception.






As was mentioned at Mass last weekend, we are now in Summer Schedule till
August for weekday Masses.  No daily Mass on Fridays until students return in
August.