11th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
June 13, 2021
FAREWELL & RETIREMENT RECEPTION
St. Mary’s Parish invites all parishioners and friends to a Farewell & Retirement reception for Father Steinle to be held this Saturday, June 19th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The reception will be held at the
Axe & Oak House
117 W. 4th Street
(across from the Wilton Café)
The reception is hosted by St. Mary’s Parish and the Ladies Society of St. Mary’s.
Bishop Zinkula wants to pray for the people he serves in the Diocese of Davenport, by name and by prayer intention. So much so, that he invites people to share their prayer intentions with him on his new prayer webpage https://www.davenportdiocese.org/prayer-requests. Prayers may also be submitted by email at email@example.com or in a printed note mailed to him at Diocese of Davenport, 780 W. Central Park, Davenport, IA 52804.
UPDATE ON PAVING OF CHURCH PARKING LOT
$126,000 Goal (includes Triple B bid & extra costs for seeding and sidewalk repair)
$ 73,955 Received from the estate of Phyllis Dolin
$ 35,000 Grant received from Leland Smith Foundation
$ 10,418 Received from parishioner Building Fund donations
$ 6,627 Amount needed to reach goal of $126,000
PARISH & FINANCE COUNCILS
Meet today after Mass.
If someone has the need to social distance at Mass, please inform an usher and they will conveniently seat you in the side pews. We want all vaccinated and non vaccinated parishioners to feel comfortable.
Father’s last Sunday at St. Mary’s is two weeks from today, June 27. Father Bud and Deacon Dan will begin on July 4. Deacon Dan’s office will be in the rectory where Father Steinle had his office.
Fourteen years ago yesterday, June 12, our “new” church was dedicated. Happy 14th Anniversary to St. Mary’s (present) Church building.
MEALS ON WHEELS
Normally, July is St. Mary’s month to deliver Meals on Wheels in Wilton. Meals are delivered on M, W, & F starting at 11am and take about an hour. Wanda Einfeldt will let us know if volunteers are needed for July.
ANNUAL DIOCESAN APPEAL
Thanks to those who continue to honor their Annual Diocesan Appeal payments. We still have $2,000 yet to come in from those who are making pledge payments. Many thanks for your support of the Appeal. Your support helps both the diocese and our wonderful parish.
ST. MARY’S WEBSITE
Do you use it to view the current bulletin if you are unable to attend Mass? Do you use it for the Lay Ministry Schedule? Our website address is always on the front cover of the bulletin. It is www.stmarywilton.org
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is the process for a baptized person to make a Profession of Faith in the Catholic Church or for an unbaptized adult to receive Baptism, First Eucharist and Confirmation. Classes begin this fall. For information contact Deacon Dan 563-320-2462 or Sister Cheryl (563-299-6983).
JUNE EXTRA ENVELOPES
Please be generous to the following Special Collections during the month of June; Catholic Communications, Building Fund and Peter's Pence (for the works of the Holy Father). Thank you.
Collection June 6
Offertory $ 36.00
Total $ 1886.00
Building Fund $ 2150.00
Lay Ministers June 20
Comm Jeremy Lies
RDR1 Jeremy Lies
RDR2 Jeremy Lies
Euch Min Steve Grotzky
Ushers Rick Janney
Gift Bearers Jim Fox Family
Greeters Not Needed
June 20, Sunday - Ed Williams
SAINT MARY’S CHURCH
701 E. Third Street
Wilton, Iowa 52778
Reverend David Steinle, pastor (319) 572-6550 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Diocese of Davenport’s new COVID-19 protocols, based on CDC guidelines, begins this Sunday, May 23).
Those who are fully vaccinated are not required to wear masks or maintain social distance.
Those who are not fully vaccinated are still required to wear masks and maintain social distance.
No one will ask if you have/have not been vaccinated. We will use the honor system.
The Church will remain marked for social distance so that all will be comfortable in all pews.
The baptismal font may be used.
Financial baskets will be passed throughout the church.
As always, feel free to have a small bottle of hand sanitizer with you.
The Offertory procession and the carrying of gifts to the Altar will be reinstated. Gift bearers will be assigned from previous Lay Ministry lists.
Congregational singing is permitted. Missalettes & hymnals may be used. Cantors are permitted if they have been vaccinated.
Multiple readers are permitted. For easier scheduling, we will continue to use one Reader for several weeks.
Communion remains under the bread form only. Communion may be received on the tongue. Those who wish to receive on the tongue and are not vaccinated are asked to receive at the end of the Communion line.
Communion distributors do not have to wear a mask if they have been vaccinated.
Servers are permitted. Because our servers are young & have not served Mass for over a year, they will need to be retrained. This will be done when Religious Ed begins in the fall.
The Sign of Peace may be exchanged within households; a wave or bow to other households is preferred.
A pastoral note:
St. Mary’s will not violate your privacy by asking your vaccination status. We trust that all will make informed decisions about masking for the health and safety of themselves and others. Some who are vaccinated may still wish to wear a mask. We respect everyone’s choices with charity and understanding.
St. Mary’s Pastoral Leadership
Pastor Office Manager Rel. Ed. Coordinator
Rev. David Steinle Wanda Einfeldt Lynette Fagner
(cell) 319-572-6550 email@example.com 641-715-4004
Finance Council Directors/Trustees Liturgy Committee
Joe Kaufman, 563-785-6545 Jim Gavin, 563-506-5112 Jill Brooks
Phil Keese, 563-785-4448 Dennis Sass, 563-732-3737 563-260-5770
Doug Wilson, 563-785-6388
Parish Council Ladies of St. Mary’s Cemetery
Jeremiah Costello Mary Iossi, President Scott Wolf
563-370-2065 563-349-0537 563-370-3734
Denise Timmerman, Secretary Denise Timmerman, Treasurer
563-349-3880 563-349-3880 Music Coordinator
Ross DeLong, Vice President Amanda Rockow, Secretary Bev Reuter
563-340-3991 563-349-0525 319-321-8524
515-290-251 Funeral Dinner Coordinator Prayer Chain
Kathy Keese Jean Semsch Colleen Nichols
563-260-4904 563-340-3327 563-260-2212
Scott Wolf, President