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<ul><li><p>THE ASCENSION OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST </p><p>Sunday, May 24, 2009 The External Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord </p><p>St. Mary, Our Lady Help of Christians is the official name of the church in Salem. The parish was founded in 1885 with the cornerstone of current church laid July 4, 1898. </p><p>The church was consecrated by Bishop Thomas OGorman on June 17, 1907. </p><p>St. Mary, Our Lady of Perpetual Help is the official name of the parish in Marion. Marions parish was founded in 1881 with the current church built in 1952. </p><p>The Rev. Martin E. Lawrence, Pastor 605-421-8557 (emergency cell) martinus@triotel.net The Rev. Charles J. Duman, Priest-In-Residence 605-425-3220 </p><p>www.salemcatholic.org - Salems Parish Weblog </p><p>St. Mary, Help of Christians 340 N. Idaho St. Salem, SD 57058 </p><p>Phone .......................................... 605.425.2600 Fax .............................................. 605.425.3310 Parochial School ....................... 605.425.2607 </p><p>Mailing Address P.O. Box 308 Salem, SD 57058 The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass Weekends ........ Sat. 6:00 pm, Sun. 10:00 am Weekdays ............... Monday-Friday 8:25 am At Nursing Home ................ Thursday 1:30 pm 1st Friday of the Month .......... (Latin) 7:00 pm 1st Saturday of the Month ................. 8:00 am </p><p>Sacrament of Penance (anytime by request) Saturday ................................. 12:00-12:45 pm Wednesday &amp; Friday .............. 8:00-8:15 am </p><p>Baptism: Instruction required, contact office </p><p>Marriage: Instruction required, contact par-ish office at least six months in advance </p><p>Pastoral Care of the Sick: Please contact the Parish Office to arrange for the parish priest to make a home visit </p><p>Eucharistic Adoration: 6:00 pm 1st Friday </p><p>Bulletin Items for Salem: Please e-mail items to martinus@triotel.net or bring to the Parish Office no later than </p><p>Tuesday at 12 noon </p><p> Our Lady of Perpetual Help </p><p>306 East State Street Marion, SD 57043 Rectory ....................................... 605.648.3298 </p><p>Mass Schedule: Weekend ............................. Saturday 4:00 pm </p><p>(Penance prior to Mass) Weekday ...................... Wednesday 9:30 am </p><p>(at Tieszen Nursing Home) </p><p>Bulletin Items for Marion: Contact Cyndy Weber 605.648.3188 or 605.648.3615 (work) by noon on Tuesday </p><p> Marys St. of Marion, SD </p><p> Marys St. of Salem, SD </p><p>NOVENA IN PREPARATION FOR THE FEAST OF PENTECOST (MAY 31, 2009) FRIDAY, MAY 22ND THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 30TH </p><p> Prayer for everyday of the Novena: </p><p>O Lord Jesus Christ Who before ascending into heaven did prom-ise to send the Holy Spirit to finish Your work in the souls of Your apostles and disciples deign to grant the same Holy Spirit to me that He may perfect in my soul the work of Your grace and </p><p>Your love. Grant me the Spirit of Wisdom that I may despise the perishable things of this world and aspire only after the things that are eternal, the Spirit of Understanding to enlighten my mind with the light of Your divine truth, the Spirit of Counsel that I may ever choose the surest way of pleasing God and gaining heaven, the Spirit of Fortitude, that I may bear my cross with You and that I may overcome with courage all the obstacles that op-pose my salvation, the Spirit of Knowledge that I may know God, and grow perfect in the science of the Saints, the Spirit of Piety that I may find the ser-vice of God sweet and amiable, the Spirit of Fear that I may be filled with a loving reverence towards God and may dread to displease Him in any way. Mark me, dear Lord, with the sign of Your true disciples and animate me in all things with Your Holy Spirit. Amen. </p><p> Of all the feasts of Our Lord, I venture to say, that in a certain sense, the Ascen-sion is the greatest, because it is the su-preme glorification of Christ Jesus. Holy Chu r c h ca l l s t h i s A s c en s i on admirable" (Litany of the Saints), and glorious" (Secret, Mass for the Ascen-sion), and throughout the Divine Office of this feast, she makes us chant the mag-nificence of this mystery. The mystery of Jesus Christs Ascension is represented to us in a manner suitable to our nature: we contemplate the Sacred Humanity rising from the earth and ascending visi-bly towards the heavens. </p><p> - From Christ in His Mysteries by Blessed Columba Marmion, O.S.B. (1858-1923) </p></li><li><p>ANNOUNCEMENTS ST. MARYS, SALEM </p><p>FR. JAMES K. SEIWERT will offer the 10:00am Mass today (Sunday) as his </p><p>third Mass of Thanksgiving; we welcome him and his friends from South Dakota. Many of you have met Fr. Seiwert, who was ordained a priest on May 2 in San Antonio, during his visits to Salem over the last two years. Following Mass, Father will offer his first priestly blessing to those who would like to receive it. Please pray for Fr. Seiwert as he prepares for service to Gods people in the Archdiocese of San Antonio. </p><p>MONDAY IS MEMORIAL DAY: Weather permitting, our morning Mass will be celebrated </p><p>at St. Mary Cemetery (and since it is a federal holiday, Mass will be celebrated at 10:00am, and not at 8:25am). If it rains, we will celebrate Mass at 10:00am in the church. Following Mass, Father Lawrence will conduct the blessing of graves. </p><p>THE SANCTUARY LAMP before the Blessed Sacrament burns from May 18 through 30 for </p><p>the happy repose of the soul of Joe Eichacker, at the request of Don and Elaine Eichacker, and from June 1 through 14 for the happy repose of the soul of Lee Baldwin and the intentions of his widow, Mrs. Judy Baldwin. Please remember these intentions in </p><p>your prayers before the Lord Jesus, truly present in the Sacrament of the Altar. </p><p>LEGION OF MARY PILGRIM SHRINE SCHEDULE: May 20: Frances McPhillips; May 27: </p><p>Robert &amp; Kathy Deters; and June 3: Rich &amp; Cathy Roling. Please call 425-3000 for information on how to host the Pilgrim Shrine. The next Patrician Meeting will be on May 28; topic: Moses - the man who conversed with God. </p><p>UPCOMING EVENTS AT SALEM: </p><p>CARNIVAL DAYS are fast approaching: Please mark your calendars for Monday, June 8, </p><p>when our Altar Society will have their annual bake sale (beginning at 9:00am) and lunch (served at 11:00am). </p><p>SCHEDULE OF EVENTS &amp; MASS INTENTIONS - MAY 24 31 </p><p>Ascension of the Lord (observed), May 24 10:00 am Pro Populo S </p><p>Monday, May 25 [Mem. Day at Cemetery] 10:00 am Joe E. Bies &amp; Family S Tuesday, May 26 8:25 am Catholic Order of Foresters S Wednesday, May 27 8:00 am CONFESSIONS S </p><p> 8:25 am Ethel Reda McShane S 9:30 am Intentions of Celebrant NH/M </p><p>Thursday, May 28 8:25 am Jessi Heiberger S 1:30 pm Marcella Hoffman NH/S 7:00 pm PATRICIAN MEETING S </p><p>Friday, May 29 8:00 am CONFESSIONS S 8:25 am Martin Wingen S </p><p>Saturday, May 30 12:00 pm CONFESSIONS S 4:00 pm Pro Populo M 6:00 pm Joe &amp; Anne Eichacker S </p><p>Pentecost Sunday, May 31 10:00 am Pro Populo S </p><p> M=Marion; S=Salem; NH=Nursing Home </p><p>- SCRIPTURAL READINGS - 7TH WEEK OF PASCHALTIDE </p><p>MAY 24 - 31, 2009 </p><p>5/24 - External Solemnity of the Ascension: </p><p>Acts 1:1-11/ Eph 1:17-23/Mk 16:15-20 </p><p>5/25 - St Bede the Venerable, Priest/white: </p><p>Acts 19:1-8/ Jn 16:29-33 </p><p>5/26 - St Augustine of Canterbury/white: </p><p>Acts 20:17-27/Jn 17:1-11a </p><p>5/27 - Easter Feria/white </p><p>Acts 20:28-38/Jn 17:11b-19 </p><p>5/28 - Easter Feria/white: </p><p>Acts 22:30; 23:6-11/Jn 17:20-26 </p><p>5/29 - Easter Feria/white: </p><p>Acts 25:13b-21/Jn 21:15-19 </p><p>5/30 - Vigil of Pentecost/red: </p><p>Acts 28:16-20, 30-31/Jn 21:20-25 </p><p>5/31 - Pentecost Sunday/red: </p><p>Acts 2:1-11/Gal 5:16-25/Jn 15:26 -16:15 </p><p>2 May 24, 2009 </p><p>LET US PRAY FOR POPE BENEDICT &amp; FOR HIS MONTHLY PRAYER INTENTIONS </p><p>Almighty and everlasting God, have mercy upon Thy servant, Benedict, our Supreme Pontiff, and direct him, according to Thy loving kindness, in the ways of eternal salvation; that, of Thy gift, he may ever desire that which is pleasing unto Thee and may accomplish it with all his might. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. </p><p>BENEDICTUS PP XVI </p><p>GENERAL INTENTION/MAY 2009: For Lay Vocation </p><p>Promoters. That the laity and Christian communities may embrace their responsibility for promoting vocations to the priesthood and religious life. </p><p>MISSION INTENTION/MAY 2009: For A Missionary </p><p>Church. In response to the Lord for the gift of faith, may the younger Catholic communities gen-erously participate in the mission of the Church to proclaim the Gospel to the ends of the earth. </p><p>Marcia McCorkell &amp; Douglas J. Durfee, on Saturday, June 13, 2009 at St. Marys in Salem, and Daniel R. Westhoff &amp; Cameron E. Smith on Saturday, June 20, 2009 at St. Marys in Salem. Please remember these </p><p>couples in prayer as they prepare to begin to live the vocation to Christian Mar-riage. </p><p>LET US PRAY FOR THE INFIRMED MEMBERS OF OUR PARISHES: Margaret Konda, Liz </p><p>Kerkvliet, Sue (Lauer) Browen, Bernette Westhoff, Allen Wegener, Rita Mae Heumil-ler, Mary Haiar, Rosie Rotert, Lorie Huls, Tim Hentges, Phyllis Luke, Howard Eickman, Mary Ann Eich, Kathy Townsend, Joan Miller, Dale Heumiller, Karon Barnhouse, Loretta Kirby and Diane (Heumiller) Johnson. </p></li><li><p>SERVICE AT GODS ALTAR </p><p>SALEM, Sat., May 30, 6:00pm: </p><p>Servers...................................... Anthony Tuschen ...................... Adam Eichacker &amp; Kurt Mentele Lector ....................................... Diane McGregor Extra. Min............ Todd Snyders &amp; Rich Roling </p><p>Homebound Comm ....... Jerry &amp; Barb Gottlob Ushers ............ Kelvin Gessner, Marty Gessner ..............................Jim Tuschen &amp; Steve Weber </p><p>SALEM, Sunday, May 31, 10:00am: </p><p>Servers.......................................... Andrew Streff .................................. Mark Streff &amp; John Streff Lector .............................................. Mike Kinzley Extra. Min................. Bill Roth &amp; Randy Sabers Homebound Communion: .......... Laura Gottlob Ushers ............... Bob McCormick, Bob Rayman ................ Boyd McGregor &amp; Chad Krempges </p><p>MARION, Saturday, May 30, 4:00pm: </p><p>Servers........... C. Miller, F. Miller &amp; A. Lickteig Lector ................................................ Dave Haiar Gifts ..................................... Dave Haiar Family Extra. Min.................................. Gary Nowstrup Ushers ...................... Chuck Luke and Dick Luke </p><p> STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE ST. MARY, SALEM: </p><p> C.F.S.A. Update/GOAL = $24,000.00 $24,590.00 pledged - $22,775.00 paid $1,225.00 to collect to reach parish goal </p><p> Collection Report - Published Quarterly </p><p>ST. MARY, MARION: Collection Report - Sun., May 17, 2009 </p><p>Regular Envelopes (21): ................. $387.50 Loose: .............................................. $64.00 Candles: ............................................ $2.00 TOTAL:.......................................... $453.50 </p><p>ANNOUNCEMENTS - ST. MARYS, MARION </p><p>CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR GRADUATES FROM ST. MARYS, MARION: Forrest Miller </p><p>(8th Grade Graduate), Derek Luke (High School Graduate), Jason Prouty and Katherine Luke (8th Grade Graduates). </p><p>3 The External Solemnity of the Ascension </p><p>THE NOTRE DAME SCANDAL: Of the 83 U. S. Bishops who publicly opposed the honor </p><p>given to Mr. Obama at the University of Notre Dames Commencement last Sunday, Bishop Trautmans statement of May 12, 2009 was among the most succinct. I share it with you now: </p><p>STATEMENT OF THE MOST REV. DONALD W. TRAUTMAN, BISHOP OF ERIE, PA: The Golden Dome of Notre Dame, the long revered symbol of a Catholic university, will be disgraced and dishonored on this coming May 17th, the commencement day of the university. On that day the leaders of the university are giving a platform and honor-ary degree to an individual who is a relentless advocate of unrestricted abortion: President Obama. On his fourth day in the White House he approved federal funding to perform private abortions in other countries (the overturning of the Mexico City Policy). He restored to the United Nations Population Fund monies to support abortions, while opposing federal funding for pro-life pregnancy help centers. He authorized funding to conduct human embryonic stem cell research. In the words of Mary Ann Glendon, professor of law at Harvard University who turned down the prestigious Laetare Medal from Notre Dame University, President Obama is an uncompromising opponent of the Churchs position on issues involving fundamental principles of justice. May 17th will mark not just a bad decision by university officials, it will mark a day of shame and blemish for the Catholic record and reputation of Notre Dame University. Its relationship to the Catholic hierarchy and to the fundamental principles of the </p><p>Church has been fractured and will take new leadership to rebuild. Many loyal alumni, students, and faculty will continually pray the rosary in reparation at the Notre Dame Grotto during the graduation. They will give witness of what the real Notre Dame is all about. What should be a day of joyous celebration for graduates and their families will be a day of shame and dilemma as the university leadership moves away from its rich Catholic tradition. Now must begin the work of bringing new luster to the Golden Dome. Now is the time for recommitment to being once again a great Catholic university. </p><p>CATHOLIC FAMILY SHARING APPEAL (C.F.S.A.) </p><p>UPDATE: Thanks to all in both Marion and </p><p>Salem who have pledged and contributed to this years appeal. Please send in your C.F.S.A. card, even if you cannot contribute financially: everyones prayers are needed for the success of this necessary appeal. </p><p>STEWARDSHIP OF TIME ST. MARY, SALEM: </p><p>Church Cleaners for May 30: </p><p>Holly Klinkhammer * Carol Klinkhammer, Roberta Kinzley Jessi Klinkhammer &amp; Karen Knudson </p><p>* = leader, calls other ladies to remind them </p><p>SERVICES AVAILABLE FROM THE CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF SIOUX FALLS: </p><p>RETREATS &amp; EVENTS AT BROOM TREE RETREAT CENTER: For information on retreats and </p><p>other events at our diocesan retreat center, go to www.broom-tree.org or call 1-605-</p><p>263-1040. </p><p>PREGNANT? ALONE? AFRAID?: Call Birthright at 1-605-977-4781, or Catholic Family </p><p>Services at 1-800-700-7867. </p><p>IN NEED OF HEALING AFTER AN ABORTION?: PROJECT RACHEL, a confidential program </p><p>for women and men who suffer from the pain of previous abortions: Call 1-800-700-7867 or 1-605-322-4434 or 1-605-297-3293. </p></li></ul>

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