Altar & Rosary Membership Form 2016-2017
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We look forward to a fabulous year filled with Faith, Friends, Fellowship, Family and FUN!!
All women of the parish are welcome to join us; we hope to see you there!!
A letter from Fr. Pisut, distributed as an insert in the August 21st bulletin.
Meeting minutes - September 10, 2015
Meeting minutes - April 21, 2015
Minutes - August 18, 2015
Parish Council meeting
2015 March Meeting Minutes
2015 February Meeting Minutes
2014 December Meeting Minutes
Meeting minutes - 11/18/2014
Members are Ann Cernicky, Deacon Joe Coan, Janis Falk, Kent Fieldsend, Fr. Chris Hartsorn, Deacon Kevin Heim, Anthony Klapp, Fr. Jim Livingstone, Deacon Mike Manno, Paul Martin, Ed Mattern, Jerry Minor, Deacon Fred Pins, Amy Wisco, Barb Cortesio (liturgy consultation), Dane Shelton (parish concil representative). Contact Fr. Chris Hartshorn at 515-255-1175, ext. 202 or via email at Fr.Chris@staugustin.org.
Minutes - 10/21/2014
Parish Council Meeting Minutes 8/14
2014 - 2015 Membership form
Meeting minutes- August 19,2014
Knights of Columbus July Meeting Minutes
Installation of Officers & Minutes of 6/17/14 Meeting
Meeting Minutes, May 2014
2014 April Meeting Minutes
April 15 meeting minutes
Minutes from the Knights of Columbus September 19, 2013 meeting
June, 2013 meeting minutes
Meeting minutes- May 2013
March, 2013 meeting minutes
Meeting minutes- June 2013
Meeting Minutes- February, 2013
The Knights of Columbus Council 10558 was established in 1991 at St. Augustin parish. The council welcomes all Catholic men who are over 18 and in good standing with the Church to join our council. Our Council is active in all programs of the Knights of Columbus. The Knights of Columbus is founded on four Principles: Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. We have a general meeting the third Thursday of every month usually in the Parish Hall. Please see our Knights of Columbus Council 10558 News Page at http://www.kofc10558.org/news/
ST AUGUSTIN ALTAR & ROSARY MINUTES JANUARY 5, 2012
Opening prayer was for the New Year Bands in attendance were 1,3,4,6,7,9,10,11,12 and President, Vice President,Treasurer, Secretary, Justine Power and Ann Pisarek. Bands 2, 5, 8, 13 & 14 were absent.
The December minutes were read and approved. Thank you notes for gifts received were read. The vials of candy to the Emeritus people were well received. At least 2 candle boxes (48) were needed and extra if giving to the office people. Making them after our December meeting was a good time to do it.
Treasurer’s Report: Checking $10,073.36 (Reserve Garwood & McLaughlin $6,755.) Savings $26,196.52 (Reserve $5,000 CD Life Members)
Greta gave her experience at Abercrombie & Fitch over the porno poster in the store at Jordan Creek. Suggested we complain to the company (hard to reach) and there is a group American Decency Assn. for complaints.
The horsd’oeuvres on December 8 after the 5:00 Mass was well received. There were 50 in attendance and lots of good food, wine, punch and camaraderie. Thanks to Lisa and Sandra who set it up. Sandra said she would file a report for our activity book.
Thanks to Lisa for the Christmas decoration arrangements for the church and thanks to those that showed up to help on the 19th. However, Saylee was in charge and had her crew. The wreaths and greens were fresh. Our red ribbons, amaryllis and sticks were ours. Does anyone know where the nativity set in the Chapel came from? A Richard Orr has donated the small containers of Frank, Incense and Myrrh which is a nice added touch.
Kelli gave a report on the Prolife Committee and what they are doing. They plan to give away CD’s of Abby Johnson’s talk. Also have plans for other speakers to come. It was moved and approved that we give $300. to help with their expenses. There is Rosary at 7:30 in the Chapel on Sundays by the Prolife Committee. Try to attend it.
It was moved and seconded that we send $100 to Conception Abbey for Perpetual Masses in remembrance of Fr. Polich. It was stated that we still need to give the Church $500 towards refurbishing the church windows. This was voted on in September.
There was discussion on what to do with the donations of Margo Garrity and Pat McLaughlin and for a memorial of Fr. Polich. Some thoughts were of help for decorating the rectory living room, additional cushions for the Church, help in refurbishing the church windows, hearing aids for the church etc. If you have a suggestion, please send it to Georgie and she will compile the list for the next meeting. Karen did receive a bid for cushions which seemed a little high. She will check with someone in northern Iowa and see what their bid is.
Suggested the St. Augustin note cards be sold as a fundraiser. Another one was to do gold cutout of our church and sell for Christmas ornaments. Karen was also going to look into having these items made. A thank you to Sandra and her Social Committee for the 400 shoe boxes given out and a reminder she can always use shoe boxes, wrapping paper and children items to put into them. Good time now while items are on sale.
Fr.Livingstone asked about a Thank You to Fr Lorenz for his past years of helping out at St. Augustin, possibly by a cheese, fruit & muffins after a 10:00 Mass on a Sunday. It was brought to mind that there was a reception for him when he retired. Robin will visit further with Fr about this.
LADIES NIGHT OUT: February 9th/ Bands 7 & 11 are responsible. Probably will do Bunko with everyone bringing a wrapped white elephant for prizes.
First Saturday recitation of the Rosary will be at 7:30 before Mass in the Chapel. Please try to attend and support this.
Next Board Meeting: Thursday Feb. 2nd at 11:30. Kyle Licktenburg from the Diocese will be here to talk about Church decorating. Meeting adjourned at 10:40 am Georgiana Hoerster, Secretary
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World Youth Day, Madrid 2011
“Having been a part of World Youth Day three times, I am convinced of the power of this pilgrimage and encourage all young adults of the Diocese of Des Moines to prayerfully consider joining us in 2011.” –Bishop Richard E. Pates
The Diocese of Des Moines has an exciting opportunity for all young adults throughout the diocese. If you are between the ages of 18 (by Aug. 10, 2011) and 35, consider making a diocesan pilgrimage to Madrid, Spain for World Youth Day, 2011!
World Youth Day gathers together more than 1 million young adults from across the globe for a week long celebration with Pope Benedict VXI.
World Youth Day
Monday, March 1st – 7 PM
All Saints Parish Hall, Stuart
Monday, March 1st – 7 PM
SS John and Paul Parish Hall, Altoona
Tuesday, March 2nd – 6 PM
Queen of the Apostles Parish Hall, Council Bluffs
Wednesday, March 3rd – 7 PM
St. Patrick Parish Hall, Dunlap
Thursday, March 4th – 7 PM
Christ the King Parish Hall, Des Moines
Monday, March 8th – 7 PM
St. Mary Parish Hall, Red Oak
Tuesday, March 9th – 7 PM
St. Joseph Parish Hall, Winterset
Wednesday, March 10th – 7 PM
Ss Peter and Paul Parish Hall, Atlantic
The Social Justice Committee will meet in the parish hall on February 22nd at 7:00 p.m.