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Jan. 20 - St. Ann Catholic Church, St. Anna, Wisconsin, US

St Ann

N188 School Street, New Holstein

894-3147

The Catholic Communities of

Holy Rosary

1724 Madison Street, New Holstein

898-4884

SS Peter & Paul

413 Fremont Street, Kiel

894-3553

Eucharist

Three Parishes - One Faith

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time January 20, 2012

St. Ann

Sunday: 8:00 a.m.

Holy Rosary

Saturday Vigil: 4:00 p.m.

Sunday: 10:30 a.m.

Wednesday: 9:30 a.m.

SS. Peter & Paul

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 p.m.

Sunday: 9:00 a.m.

Tuesday: 8:30 a.m./Church

Thursday: 8:30 a.m./Chapel

Liturgy of the Word

& Communion

St. Ann

Wednesday at 8:30 a.m.

Holy Rosary

Monday at 8:30 a.m.

SS. Peter & Paul

Monday-Friday 6:25 a.m. /Chapel

Friday at 8:30 a.m. /Chapel

Reconciliation

Saturday

Holy Rosary

3:00—3:30 p.m.

SS. Peter & Paul

4:15 p.m. or by appointment

Sunday

St. Ann

Third Sunday after Mass


Cup O’ Joe

Weekly Reflections by Joseph Zenk, Parish Director

This coming Tuesday, Jan. 22, marks the

40 th anniversary of the United States Supreme

Court ruling on Roe v. Wade, legalizing abortion

within our country. Bishop Ricken has written a

column on it to be placed in this week’s diocesan

newspaper, The Compass. I also felt it would be

good for you to hear. So the following are the

words of Bishop Ricken:

Clarity and Compassion

This year is the 40th anniversary of the Roe versus

Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion.

Since this decision, over 53 million children have

lost their lives. The untold damage to their families

is often suffered in silence with many negative

repercussions emotionally, spiritually and sometimes

even physically.

The death penalty is still "rigorously defended by

many." Euthanasia is becoming more

widespread and seen as a solution to old age and

poor health and human embryonic stem cell research

is being used to destroy human embryos to find

medical solutions to maladies of others.

Brothers and sisters, the culture of death that Pope

John Paul spoke about so vociferously seems to be

gaining ground. Pope Benedict is defending life so

clearly by making it clear that if we exclude God

from our lives, we will destroy ourselves entirely.

The natural right to life is safeguarded by our

Constitution and ought to be protected by our

laws because life is a right given by the Creator

that no law should contradict.

We have been through a journey of 40 years,

wandering in the desert of more and more assaults

on life. This attitude of anti-life is so pervasive

that the weak of mind do not make a distinction

between reality and violent video games that

annihilate others with very violent means. Once

the culture of death takes over, what is the

difference between killing the innocent ones

inside the womb and those outside the womb?

Brothers and sisters, we have a lot of soul searching

to do and repentance to engage in. When Pope

Benedict launched the Year of Faith last October,

he "spoke of the grave difficulties of our time and

the need for the Church to lead people out of the

desert and clasp sinners to its bosom." The Pope

called for "authentic conversion and witness to

charity so the Church might be the visible community

of God's mercy." May the Dear Lord forgive us!

Readings for the Week

Monday Heb 5:1-10/Mk 2:18-22

Tuesday Heb 6:10-20/Mk 2:23-28

Wednesday Heb 7:1-3, 15-17/Mk 3:1-6

Thursday Heb 7:25-8:6/Mk 3:7-12

Friday Acts 22:3-16/Mk 16:15-18

Saturday 2 Tm 1:1-8/Mk 3:20-21

Weekend Neh 8:2-4a, 5-6, 8-10/1 Cor 12:12-30

Lk 1:1-4; 4:14-21

Join us next week as our readings’ focus is: “The

fulfillment of God’s word is cause for rejoicing.” The

word of God provides instruction, challenge, and

promise for all who believe. As we receive God’s

word, we must be open to all that it holds for us.

We are called to rejoice that we possess God’s word,

follow it, and have it fulfilled in our lives.

Year of Faith (Oct. 11, 2012 – Nov. 24, 2013)

Spend time in prayer as to what mission in life

God is calling you to through your baptism.

Prayer for the Enkindle Gathering

Please remember to hold in prayer the Enkindle Gathering

– held at the Lodge in Steinthal this coming Saturday,

Jan. 26. This is the gathering to which we are inviting

those members who are no longer praying with us to

come and share their story. Pray that hearts would be

open on both sides and that relationships would be

rekindled.

Board of Trustees Meeting

The Board of Trustees for Divine Savior School will be

meeting this coming Tuesday, Jan. 22 nd in the Parish

Life Center at New Holstein at 6:30 pm.

A Knight of Creative Crusades

Third Annual Divine Savior Benefit Auction

Mark your calendars now for Saturday, April 6, 2013 at

Altona Supper Club in New Holstein. For further information

or to be a part of the organizing committee, please

call Jeff or Dawn Voland at 894-7061

“Time, Talent & Treasure”


Christian

Prayer

Line

Divine Savior School News

The 2nd and 3rd grade students have

been a bit 'buggy' lately! They have just

started an Einstein science unit on bugs.

Throughout this unit the children use

the scientific method to learn about

various worms and bugs.

The hands on experiences allow them

to use their skills of observation, to

collect and record data, and to make

hypotheses about those observations.

The children can't wait to 'dig in' when it

is time for science.

There is always something new happening at our

Elementary Campus. Call our Main Office (898-

4210) for more information or to schedule a tour of

our classrooms, or visit us during Catholic Schools’

Week (Jan. 27- Feb. 1).

Women’s Retreat

Join us for a weekend retreat that

is right in your backyard! Women

Celebrate is sponsoring their 12th

annual women’s retreat at the

Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake on February 8 - 10.

Inspirational music and worship, motivational

speakers, Christian fellowship, great food and lots of

fun! The retreat is Catholic-based, yet embraces

Christ and His people from all Christian walks of life.

Women from Fox Valley Catholic Parishes make up

the planning team for this exciting event.

Go to womencelebrate.org for more information or

to register, or call Jessie at 920.788-3837. Deadline

is January 25. Ladies, don’t miss this opportunity!

Christian Women Anniversary

Women of St. Anna, Holy Rosary and SS Peter & Paul

Celebrate with us!

100-years of SS Peter & Paul Christian Women

Sunday, February 3 from 1 PM - 2 PM

413 Fremont Street, Voland Hall

Live Music by Harpist Paula Settle

Cake and refreshments served

If able to attend, please call

SS Peter & Paul Rectory at

894-3553 before January 28

HUMAN CONCERNS CORNER

Wisdom comes from knowing yourself and your

limitations.

Knowing your limitations spawns humility,

prudence, and discretion.

Make a Gift through an IRA Charitable Rollover

Normally, a distribution from your IRA is taxed as

ordinary income. However, recently enacted,

“fiscal cliff” tax legislation extends a charitable

giving opportunity throughout 2013 for individuals

70½ or older. Through 2013, you may continue

to make a direct distribution from your IRA to a

qualified charity, such as your parish, the

Bishop’s Appeal, the Catholic Foundation, or

another diocesan institution. Such qualified

direct distributions to charity from your IRA are

not subject to income tax. The new law also

provides that you may consider such distributions

made in January 2013 as if made in 2012. In

addition, the new law provides a special election

available to individuals who took a distribution

from their IRA after November 30, 2012 and

before January 1, 2013 and who make a gift to a

qualified charity before February 1, 2013. Such

individuals may treat the gift as an IRA charitable

rollover, even though the distribution was not

directly made from the IRA to charity.

For more information about how you and the

Church can benefit from an IRA charitable rollover,

contact your tax preparer, your parish

office or the Catholic Foundation for the Diocese

of Green Bay at 920-272-8173; or e-mail at

Catholicfoundation@gbdioc.org.

Confirmation Parent Meeting Reminder

A parent meeting has been scheduled for

Wednesday, January 30 beginning at 7:30 pm in

Voland Hall. All parents and confirmation students

from SS. Peter & Paul and Holy Rosary should

attend. Questions? Contact Danielle at 898-

9248 or Mary Jo at 894-3553.

Free Throw Contest

January 24, 2013 starting at 3:30 pm

Boys & Girls Ages 10—14

Divine Savior Kiel Campus Gym

Contact John Mahloch at 894-7281

for more information

Sponsored by Kiel Knights of Columbus

St. Ann

Donna Schmitz 894-7153

Valeria Kempf 894-2370

Holy Rosary

Dianna Dyer 898-4982

Rita Greuel 898-5213

SS. Peter & Paul

Agnes Arndt 894-2952

Betty Dorn 898-5496

Fran Pitz 894-3017


CALENDAR OF EVENTS + MASS INTENTIONS

JANUARY 21-27

Monday—Friday: Liturgy of the Word

w/Communion—6:25 am/Chapel

Tues Mass 8:30 am/Church +David Vollmar

SSPP Pastoral Staff Meeting 4 pm/Rectory

Divine Savior Board of Trustees Mtg 6:30 pm/HRPLC

Wed Faith Formation Classes

Grades KN—7 6—7:15 pm

Grades 8—12 7:30 to 9 pm

Thurs Mass/Chapel 8:30 am +Inex Muenster

Mass at Willowdale 10 am +Eugene & Lucille Loose

$crip Volunteer @ Rectory 2-4 pm

Fri Liturgy of the Word w/Communion—8:30 am/Chapel

Sat Enkindle Gathering at Steinthal Lodge – 1-4 pm

Reconciliation 4:15 pm

Mass at 5 pm +Ginnie Ortlieb

Sun Catholic Schools Week

Mass at 9 am +Fay & Leo Mertens

Donut Sunday (in school)

Sat/Sun Building/Main Collection

$crip Sales after Mass in Voland Hall

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Volunteer Appreciation Dinner

vol·un·teer—Noun: A person who freely offers to take part

in an enterprise or undertake a task.

We will be honoring the many volunteers that help make

our faith community at SS. Peter & Paul so special by giving

freely of their time and talents.

If you volunteer in any way for SS. Peter & Paul, you are

invited to join us on Saturday, February 2, 2013, beginning

with Mass at 5 pm followed by a dinner in Voland Hall at 6:30

pm. We’ll planning a winter picnic!

Please sign up on the sheet by January 26 in back of church

so we know how many to plan for.

Catechist Needed

As baptized members of the Body of Christ, we are called to

participate in building up the Kingdom of God. Our Faith

Formation program offers you opportunities to do just that!

Please look into your heart and answer God’s call to feed his

sheep. We are in need of catechists for the freshman class,

teaching the sacraments for the second semester.

Contact Mary Jo Meyer (894-7210) for more information.

THANK YOU!!

A special “thank you” to all who helped make our church

environment so beautiful for the Advent & Christmas season,

and to those who helped take the decorations down and put

away. We greatly appreciate all of you!!

Blessings, Julie Kraus & Lynne Becker

SS. PETER & PAUL, KIEL

Ministry Schedules

The new ministry schedules are done and if you provided

the parish office with an email address it has been sent to

you via email. If not, the schedules can be found in the back

of church. If you’d like to receive them via email, or if you

did not receive one, please contact the office.

Student Offering Envelopes

KN through high school juniors students received their student

offering envelopes at class on Wednesday. If they did not pick

them up after class, they can be found on a table in Voland

Hall. Divine Savior School students received their envelopes

through the school. High school seniors do not receive student

envelopes and are encouraged to contact the rectory office if

they wish to become adult members of the parish.

Everything we have is a gift from God. Students are encouraged

to give a gift each week to the God who has been so generous

to them.

If your child did not receive envelopes and would like them,

please contact the rectory office.

Congratulations

Baptism is the first of the seven sacraments by which one

becomes a member of the Church and a new creation in

Christ. We welcome Easton James into our Christian family

today. Easton is the son of Angie (Cole) and Chad Koeck. We

congratulate them and pray he may live and grow in the

knowledge of Christ’s love.

Your Stewardship Sharing—January 12 & 13, 2013

Adult Envelopes $ 3,749.00

SS. Peter & Paul Liturgical Roles-Jan 19/20

5:00 pm 9:00 am

GREETERS

C-Reszczynski Family

E-Dawn Voland

C-Lynne Becker

W-Pat Schwartz

LECTOR Faye Billmann Cassie Raquet

EUCHARISTIC

MINISTERS

SERVERS

USHERS

Loose Offering $ 318.54

Student Envelopes $ 12.00

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS!

Nancy Bissa

Lisa Manz

Michelle May

Ron Meyer

Todd Olig*

Elizabeth Klauck

Haley Wagner

Todd Olig

Dave Guckeisen

Paula Mahloch

Karen Habermann*

Charlyn Gaedke

Sue Hoelfer

Kevin Voland

Barry Blatz

Joe Greuel*

Andrea Voland

Hannah Voland

Jim Scott

Doug Schneider

Noah Draxler

Jim Draxler*


CALENDAR OF EVENTS + MASS INTENTIONS

Sunday – January 20

Mass - 8:00 AM

+Fr. Cyril Dickrell

Reconciliation available following Mass

Tuesday – January 22

Mission Quilting: 9 AM – 4 PM

Wednesday – January 23

Rosary/Litany – 8:00 AM (Parish Center)

Liturgy of the Word with Communion – 8:30 AM

Faith Formation classes- gr.1-8 @ 6:00 PM

Gr. 9-11 @ 7:15 PM

Thursday – January 24

Mission Quilting: 9AM – 4 PM

Saturday – January 26

Welcome Back Gathering at Steinthal Lodge – 1:00 PM

Sunday – January 27

Mass - 8:00 AM

+Julia Thome

Divine Savior Tuition Fund Collection

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Remember in your Prayers

Rose Atwell, mother of Sue Mintner who passed on to

eternal life at the age of 91 on Sunday. Her funeral was this

past week. May she rest in the loving arms of our heavenly

Father. Please remember Rose and her family in your

prayers.

Giving Tree Thanks

The residents of Homestead Nursing Home greatly appreciated

all the Christmas gifts which were donated from St Ann

Parishioners. A thank you card from the Homestead is

posted on the entry bulletin board of church.

Spring Fund Raising Event

The annual Spring Dinner and raffle is coming up in March.

Those who have prizes for the raffle should contact Valeria

or Larry Kempf at 894-2370. Tickets will be printed at the

end of January so call them with your prizes soon.

Palms

Old palms from last year are being collected and will be used

for the ashes for this year’s Ash Wednesday Mass. You may

put the palms in the box in the gathering room.

ST. ANN, ST. ANNA

Marriage Help

Tuition Collection & Matching Funds

The annual Catholic Financial Life sponsored matching

funds collection for Divine Savior Catholic School will be

Sunday, January 27. Catholic Financial Life will match the

funds up to $1,000. All funds collected on the 27 th will go

toward the parish subsidy. The matching funds from Catholic

Financial Life will go to the parents of students from our

parish attending Divine Savior School to a limit of $200 per

student. The balance of Matching Funds will be added to

the general Divine Savior tuition assistance program.

Envelopes will be available or you may contribute to the

second collection that day.

Mission Quilting

Quilting has started and will continue every Tuesday and

Thursday through March from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. All are

welcome. Come all day or for a few hours. Bring scissors and

a bag lunch if staying for the day; coffee and milk will be provided.

The quilts are donated to the Salvatorian Mission

Warehouse in New Holstein. Quilting takes place at the

home of Ken + Lydia Turba. For questions call 894-3858.

Scrip

Gift card and certificates can be purchased before or after

Sunday Mass in the gathering room or at Citizens Bank in

Kiel during business hours. For questions contact Julie

Brandt or Jayne Engel.

Your Stewardship Sharing – January 13

Church Support Envelopes: $772.00

Loose Offertory: $ 99.40

Heating Collection: $311.41

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS!

ST ANN LITURGICAL ROLES – January 20

GREETERS

LECTOR

EUCHARIST

SERVERS

USHERS

GIFT BEARERS

8:00 AM MASS

Francis Thome

Dorothy Roehrig

Retrouvaille has helped tens of thousands of couples at all stages of disillusionment or misery

in their marriage. This program can help you too. For confidential information about

the program or to register for April program at St. Norbert Abbey April 5-7 call (800)

470-2230 or visit our website at ww.helpourmarriage.com.

Kathy Pershing, Joanne Stephany

Calvin + Sara Winkel

Terry Winkel, Jacob Winkel

Thome Family


CALENDAR OF EVENTS + MASS INTENTIONS

Monday – January 21

Liturgy of the Word with Communion 8:30 am/Church

Choir Practice 6:15 pm/Church

St. Vincent de Paul Meeting 7:00 pm/Parish Life Center

Tuesday – January 22

Rosary 8:15 am

Bus to Respect Life Mass in Appleton/Leaving HR 5:15 pm

Divine Savior Board of Trustee Meeting 6:30 pm/ PLC

Wednesday – January 23

9:30 am Mass Mike & Jana Gruber

Mission Quilters

RE Classes-Grades 1-8 from 6:00-7:15 pm

Grades 8-11 from 7:30-9:00 pm

Confirmation parent Meeting 7:30 pm/Gym

Thursday – January 24

Rosary 8:15 am

Marian Devotions 1:00 pm/Church

Friday – January 25

Rosary 8:15 am

Helping Hands Food Pantry 5:00-6:00 pm/Gym

Saturday – January 26

4:00 pm Mass +Roland Herzog

Building & Grounds Collection

Sunday – January 27

10:30 am Mass +Lloyd Petrie

Building & Grounds Collection

Catholic Schools Week Begins

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Funeral

Please remember in your prayers, Marian Muellenbach and

her family. Marian’s funeral was on Thursday. May she rest

in peace.

Spring Into Cash Raffle Tickets

are available in the main wing of church for you to pick up

this weekend. Additional tickets are also available in the

main wing for anyone who would like to sell a few extras.

Thank you for your help in one of our major fundraisers of

the year.

Second Collection for the Welcoming Committee

This weekend, we will have the annual second collection for

the Welcoming Committee’s Cookie Care Package Mailing.

The Welcoming Committee will be sending cookie packages to

those college students and military personnel who are away

from home this spring. Thank you for supporting their project.

Poinsettias

If you ordered a plant for the Poinsettia Tree and were unable

to pick it up last weekend, they are available this weekend in

the altar servers’ side of the sacristy. If not picked up, they

will be donated to area nursing facilities.

HOLY ROSARY, NEW HOLSTEIN

Holy Rosary Mission Quilters

will take place every Wednesday morning until Easter at the

home of Julie Ruffing, W1399 Fur Farm Rd. Feel free to join

us anytime. Questions, please call Julie at 898-5966.

THANK YOU

The Christmas season has passed and I wish to extend to all

who shared greetings, gifts, and much good will to me during

the holidays and my birthday. Your love and generosity are

deeply appreciated. I am humbled by your ongoing support

of my ministry at Holy Rosary and St. Ann. I ask God daily for

the health and strength to continue sharing with you. Many

thanks to one and all. You are a blessing to me. May God

bless and keep you all in His Love.

Sincerely, Fr. Harry

Palms

Now that the Christmas trees are down, Lent will soon be on

the horizon. Ash Wednesday is February 13. Boxes are available

in each wing of church for you to return your old palms.

They will be burned and used on Ash Wednesday.

Your Stewardship Sharing

For Week Ending January 13, 2013:

Church Support Envelopes : $4,473.80

Loose Offering: $ 442.22

Building & Grounds Envelopes: $ 446.46

Christmas Envelopes: $ 50.00

Student Envelopes: $ 4.00

Needed Weekly to Meet Budget: $5,192.31

Received this Month: $9,350.80 /Monthly Budget: $22,500.00

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS!

Holy Rosary Liturgical Minister—January 26 & 27

4:00 PM 10:30 AM

SERVERS

-N

USHERS -M

-S

-N

GREETERS-M

-S

BODY

PRECIOUS

BLOOD

Nicole Birschbach

Megan Hickey

Taylor Doherty

Dave Burg

+Al Berenz

Rich Greuel

Kathy Nett

Carolyne Roepke

Marge Reiser

Jean Baldwin

Diane Klotz

Linda Winter

Mike Winter

Volunteer Needed

Volunteer Needed

Skyler Feuerstein

Ethan Hartwig

Luke Halbach

Alex Schmitz

+Bill Habermann

Joshua Nisler

Rachel & Nathan Hansen

Bill Habermann

Nathan Schmitz

Nadine Guckeisen

Sue Morgen

Leslie Fredrich

Sue Philippi

Mary Schwartz

Fred Weber

LECTOR Kathy Burnett Christy Schmitz

CANTOR Kathy Rozga Mary Jane & Joan

ORGANIST Ann Arbuckle Steve Hartmann


‘Til Death Do Us Part

The Winnebago East Shore Lions present “Til Death Do Us Part”

Late Nite Cathechism 3 on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 7:00 PM at the

New Holstein High School Auditorium. Tickets are $25 in advance

or $30 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at Salchert

Meats or by calling Roger Brandt at 894-3505. They are also

available online at www.entertainmentevents.com

Free Dental Care for Children

Offered to low-income families with no insurance or state assistance

to children ages 2-12 years.

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!! Friday, February 1, 2013

Appointments still available, please call (920) 849-9341.

Michael Baus, DDS, SC, Mariah Baus, DDS, Lara Baus, DDS

15 E Main St,. Chilton

Marian Devotions– January 24

1:00 pm: Rosary, Litany and Chaplet

2:30 pm: Communion Service

Book Club

The next Book Club Get Together will be February 13 at 6:30

pm in the Parish Life Center. The featured book is Defending

Jacob by Wm Landay. Feel free to join our informal group any time.

Scrip

We have some changes to our scrip box? McDonald’s is back

with $10 gift cards and we have The Outback in $25 cards.

Your other favorites are still available, too. Ask the representative

in the main wing after Mass. Scrip is also available at

the Divine Savior School kitchen in the New Holstein site during

morning school hours -- M&I Bank also carries some of

these cards and certificates during their banking hours.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Spaghetti Dinner, Open House & Book Fair

Sunday, January 27 at Good Shepherd Parish

CACS Glory Choir students will participate in 10:00 am Mass

All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner Serving 11:00 am-1:30 pm

Chilton Area Catholic School Open House & Book Fair 11:30-2:00

Cosponsored by CAVS Home & School Association, Catholic

Financial Life, Chapter 118-Charlesburg and Catholic Family Life

Baptism

Congratulations on the birth of your child! Contact

the office at least one month before desired date of

Baptism to arrange for preparation.

Marriage

Congratulations on your engagement! Contact the

office at least six months before your intended date

to meet with Joe and to make arrangements for the

marriage preparation process.

Bequests

Please remember our parish when making out your

will. Thank you.

Leadership

Joseph Zenk

Bernard “Pat” Knier

Fr. Bob Kollath

St. Ann 894-3147

stann@bertramwireless.com

Fr. Harold Berryman

Abbey Schoenborn

Sue Mintner

Jim Grott

Cletus Dickrell

Donna Schmitz

Julie Brandt

Parish Director

Deacon

Priest Moderator

stannwi.org

Sacramental Minister

Rel. Ed. Coordinator

Parish Business Manager

Trustee Secretary

Trustee Treasurer

Pastoral Council President

Finance Council Chair

Holy Rosary 898-4884

hrparish_1@charter.net holyrosarynewholstein.org

Fr. Harold Berryman

Sue Philippi

Danielle Ehlenbeck

Carla Nennig

Paula Pethan

Patricia Jaeckels

Mike Kutz

Rex Knauf

Sacramental Minister

Parish Business Manager

Rel. Ed. Coordinator

Youth Minister

Trustee Secretary

Trustee Treasurer

Pastoral Council President

Finance Council Chair

SS. Peter & Paul 894-3553

secretary@sspeternpaul.org ssppkiel.org

Fr. Loren Nys, S.D.S. Sacramental Minister

Mary Jo Meyer Rel. Ed. Coord– High School

Danielle Ehlenbeck Rel. Ed. Coordinator– K-8

Kim Driscoll Parish Office Manager

Lynne Becker Liturgy & Music Coordinator

Jim Draxler Trustee Secretary

Michael Herzog Trustee Treasurer

Mary Vogel Pastoral Council President

Ronald Langenfeld Finance Council Chair

Jackie Thiry Christian Women President

Divine Savior Catholic School 898-4210

www.divinesaviorschool.org

Ben Pfiffner School Administrator

Kerri Vogel

Administrative Assistant

Main Office 1814 Madison St., New Holstein

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