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June 17 & 18, 2018

510 East First Street Ankeny, IA 50021 21

June 23 & 24, 2018

Page 2 Welcome to Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart Catholic Church

Hospitality • Welcome to Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart Church! If you are interested in joining OLIH, please pick up a form in the Gathering Space, download on-line at www.olih.org or stop in during office hours to register. Daily Mass Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday at 8:30 am Communion Service Thursday: 8:30 am Rosary in the Daily Chapel 7:55 am on Sunday 7:45 am Rosary Cenacle on Monday & St. Michael Chaplet on Wednesday 8:05 am Tuesday-Thursday-Friday Weekend Masses Saturday: 5:00 pm Sunday: 8:30 & 10:30 am (During the summer, the Nursery is open during the 8:30 am Sunday Mass) Marriage Contact a priest or deacon at least six months in advance.

Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday: 4:00 - 4:45 pm Anointing of the Sick The sacrament is available to those seriously ill or suffering from prolonged illness. Call the parish office for more information.

Parish Summer Office Hours Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am-12 Noon Bulletin Deadline See page 5 for dates; we publish every other week during the summer.

Baptism Baptisms are normally held the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month after the 10:30 am Mass. Contact the office to schedule.

Preparation for Baptism Classes meet at 7:00 pm in the Conference Room: Jul 10, Aug 7, Sep 4, Oct 2, Nov 6, Dec 4

Parish Mission Statement “Alive in the Spirit, we the members of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart Parish, gather to worship God and celebrate Sacraments. Recognizing our responsibility to respond to our Baptismal call from Christ, we are a nurturing community of hospitality, prayer, formation, and service. As we look to the future, we embrace the challenges and opportunities of our growing community by identifying our individual and community gifts which enable us to be Christ to all.”

Prayer • Formation • Service

▲▲▲ BREAK OPEN THE WORD My 3-year-old niece was standing at the door the other day wanting to go outside and it was so hot no one else wanted to go out. She finally said, “I just want to go smell the flowers again.” That stirred up something within me—how often do I “smell the flowers”? All too often we are so busy and driven in our daily lives that we scurry past the beauty of God’s creation. This summer take time to slow down and enjoy! Pause a moment and look for God in the midst of creation, in the midst of your day-to-day activity and most importantly in the midst of your heart! Regardless of what you have going on today —go out and smell the flowers! June 17 Reflection: In today’s Gospel we hear two parables. The first is about a farmer who scatters seeds, then sleeps and rises. The second parable is about the mustard seed—the smallest seed that produces the largest plant. Which of these parables do you connect with? Are you the farmer who plants seeds and watches them grow knowing that you have no control over their fruitfulness? Have you considered even the tiniest of seeds that have been planted in your heart and what may be growing as a result? Seeds are a great metaphor for our faith life. The seed holds within it life that we cannot see or even comprehend until we plant it and allow it to grow. Something to ponder: “Sometimes when you are in a dark place you think you’ve been buried, but actually you’ve been planted.” (Christine Caine) June 24 Reflection: As we look at today’s Gospel consider what do we know about what has already happened? Mary has been with Elizabeth for 3 months. Together these women shared in the knowledge of who Jesus is. While these women have been talking and singing praises, Zachariah has been mute, unable to speak, for the duration of Elizabeth’s pregnancy. In today’s Gospel Zachariah speaks for the first time, calling his son ‘John’ and singing the praises of God. Silence has a way of opening our hearts to things that we would often dismiss with words, explanations, or questioning attitudes. This week give yourself the gift of silence. Shut off your phone and find a place where you can enter into silence and be able to stay there for a little while. Try for an hour, but start where you are and go as long as you can. When it gets hard, you may want to consider what is making it hard… are you distracted? Are you trying to avoid what is stirring up in your heart or your mind? What surfaces as you sit in silence? Where do you sense God in the silence? Sometimes we need something to focus on as we sit in silence, I often use scripture or a quote from a book. My favorite verse is “Be still and know that I am God” from Psalm 46. Focus on each word, focus on them together and individually. Be open to where the Spirit may lead you in this time of prayerful silence! —Patty Mayer, Adult Faith Formation Director Like Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart on Facebook

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Hospitality •

Prayer • Formation • Service PARISH DIRECTORY

▲▲▲ NEWS TO KNOW TREE REMOVAL As many of you have noticed, the trees along the north edge of the parking lot were removed this past week. This was necessary, as the trees were too big to replant. Although we do not have records of who donated for those trees, we do know that many were donated in honor of loved ones. Please know that as we replant, we will continue to honor the memory of your loved ones with the new trees planted.

UNDER CONSTRUCTION We thank the Knights who volunteered to be our parking lot attendants. If you would be willing to help out this summer, there is a sign up sheet on the kiosk. For our attendees, thank you for treating each other with patience ‘in thought, word and deed’ on entering and exiting. Keep it up! Since our parking lot construction will be dependent on the weather, we cannot always predict where we’ll be in the process. We have been promised there will always be a driveway open and some spots available and a door through which to enter!

THE CATHOLIC MIRROR Our diocesan newspaper’s subscription drive kicks off this month. Please consider taking a subscription to The Catholic Mirror. It’s the only publication that features Catholic news and inspiring stories from around our diocese along with reflections and teachings from our bishop.

Parish Office Faith Formation Priest Residence Youth Ministry PreSchool Fax Pastor Fr. Steve Orr

964-3038 964-3545 964-3125 965-1394 964-3106 964-5997 [email protected]

Deacons Jeffrey Boehlert [email protected] Steve Udelhofen [email protected] Parish Minister Sister Susan Widdel

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Director of Youth Faith Formation: Gr 9-12 Tom Primmer [email protected] Assistant DYFF: Elementary Joyce Clawson [email protected] Assistant DYFF: Pre K, Kindergarten & Special Needs Mary Sankey [email protected] Middle School Ministry Coordinator & Assistant DYFF Abby Henderson [email protected] FF Secretary Barbara Smith

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Director of Youth Ministry Randy Henderson [email protected]

MASSTIMES.ORG Don’t take a vacation from God this summer. Go to Masstimes.org and find the nearest Catholic church and Mass times while you’re traveling.

SAVE THE DATES THIS SUMMER & BEYOND Just want to make sure you have penciled in the following events and plan to attend: Jul 8 Fr Larry’s Retirement at St Luke’s; Open House 12:00-2:30 pm Aug 26 Holypalooza, the Inside-Outside Picnic; 11:30 am-2:00 pm Dec 2 Fr Steve’s ‘Celebration of Service’; 11:30 am-3:00 pm; program at 2:00 pm

▲▲▲ YOUTH MINISTRY WHAT DID YOU DO THIS SUMMER? MADE IT BETTER Christ’s Hands Outreach Retreat is open for registration. This 3-day local “mission trip” takes place 7:00 pm, July 8 – 7:00 pm, July 11. Anyone currently in grades 6 through 8 is invited to join us at OLIH and go out to local service sites. Cost is $85 and sponsorships are available. Sign up online. Contact Abby, [email protected] for further details.

G.L.U.E.—HOLDING IT TOGETHER Faith Formation classes may be over, but we’re still meeting about God, Life, the Universe and Everything! GLUE is an opportunity to focus in on a topic of faith and have open, honest, and candid conversation as well as ask questions. The goal of GLUE is to promote deep discussion about the intersection between faith and life. Join us at 7:00 pm in the Youth Room on June 20, July 18 & August 22.

Director of Adult Faith Formation Patty Mayer [email protected] Director of Music & Liturgy Kyle Lechtenberg [email protected] Director of OLLL Pre-School Shelley Tegels [email protected] Nursery Co-Coordinators Laura Parsons & Molly Pendleton [email protected] Business Manager Becky Robovsky

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Bookkeeper Mary Reichter

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Communications Coordinator Joan Sieczkowski [email protected] Secretary Amy Wall

[email protected] Please remember — Isaac Berthelsen, son of Amy & Andrew. God grant him eternal rest.

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Prayer • Formation • Service

▲▲▲ FAITH IN ACTION HELP NEEDED FOR PARISHIONER One of our elderly parishioners needs help with her laundry and housekeeping twice a month.She is willing to pay for this service. Contact Sr Susan if you are interested, [email protected] or 515.964.3038.

OLIH PARISH RUMMAGE SALE JULY 26 – JULY 28 READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 17 Sun: Ez 17:22-24/Ps 92:2-3, 13-14, 15-16 [cf. 2a]/2 Cor 5:6-10/Mk 4:26-34 Mon: 1 Kgs 21:1-16/Ps 5:2-3ab, 4b-6a, 6b-7 [2b]/Mt 5:38-42 Tues: 1 Kgs 21:17-29/Ps 51:3-4, 5-6ab, 11 and 16 [3a]/Mt 5:43-48 Wed: 2 Kgs 2:1, 6-14/Ps 31:20, 21, 24 [25]/Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 Thurs: Sir 48:1-14/Ps 97:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7 [12a]/Mt 6:7-15 Fri: 2 Kgs 11:1-4, 9-18, 20/Ps 132:11, 12, 13-14, 17-18 [13]/Mt 6:19-23 Sat: 2 Chr 24:17-25/Ps 89:4-5, 29-30, 3132, 33-34 [29a]/Mt 6:24-34

Help Needed: Please plan to get involved with the sale by donating, helping at and shopping the sale. It’s a great way to meet other parishioners. Volunteers are needed throughout the week of the July 22. The sign-up sheet is on the kiosk in the gathering space. Donations accepted*: (only during the dates/times below) Sunday, July 22 from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday, July 23 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm Sale Dates/Times: Thursday, July 26, 4:00-8:00 pm ($5 early bird entrance fee from 4:00-5:00 pm) Friday, July 27 8am-7pm Saturday, July 28 8am-Noon Proceeds will support the Center for Social Ministry which offers adult faith formation poverty and justice education programming including JustFaith in the DSM area. Unsold items will be donated to St. Vincent De Paul. *Please only bring items that have been gently used and are clean and in good saleable condition. We cannot accept all items including but not limited to: large appliances, TVs, stuffed animals, non-working items, chemicals, paint. See the kiosk in the gathering space for a more complete list.

WE’VE GOT TO GET OURSELVES BACK TO THE GARDEN

READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 24 Sun: Is 49:1-6/Ps 139:1-3, 13-14, 1415 [14a]/Acts 13:22-26/Lk 1:5766, 80 Mon: 2 Kgs 17:5-8, 13-15a, 18/Ps 60:3, 4-5, 12-13 [7b]/Mt 7:1-5 Tues: 2 Kgs 19:9b-11, 14-21, 31-35a, 36/ Ps 48:2-3ab, 3cd-4, 10-11 [cf. 9d]/ Mt 7:6, 12-14 Wed: 2 Kgs 22:8-13; 23:1-3/Ps 119:33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40 [33a]/Mt 7:15-20 Thurs: 2 Kgs 24:8-17/Ps 79:1b-2, 3-5, 8, 9 [9]/Mt 7:21-29 Frid: Acts 12:1-11/Ps 34:2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9 [5b]/2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18/Mt 16:13-19 Sat: Lam 2:2, 10-14, 18-19/Ps 74:1b-2, 35, 6-7, 20-21 [19b]/Mt 8:5-17 Next Sun: Wis 1:13-15; 2:23-24/Ps 30:2, 4, 5-6, 11, 12, 13 [2a]/2 Cor 8:7, 9, 13-15/ Mk 5:21-43 or 5:21-24, 35b-43 ©Liturgical Publications Inc

The Agape Garden is in desperate need of help with weeding. With the late spring and a diminished volunteer attendance this year, the planting is incomplete and large parts of the area are being lost to weeds. If folks could come for even as short of a time as 30 minutes and make a dent, it would help. Work times are Tuesday and Thursday evenings starting around 5:00 pm and Saturday morning, starting around 8:00 am. The garden is located at 7384 NW 16th St, Ankeny.

CELEBRATING 60 YEARS TOGETHER Don and Doris Ott celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary June 17, 2018. They were married on June 17, 1958, by Msgr. Francis Schuh in St. Lucas, IA. A long journey enlivened by nine children, and 19 grandchildren. They're grateful for the many friends, colleagues, customers and employees who have become a part of their lives over the past 60 years. Doris says. "Church and God need to be involved because you can't do it alone. There's lots of living, loving and laughing." Happy Anniversary! Love your grandkids, Shanna, Wil, Dylan, Danielle, Dallas, Clayton, Sable, Daphne, Halei, Sydney, Tate, Dane, Trent, Emmy, Cameron, Kaleb, Drew and Eden

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11th Sunday in Ordinary Time/Nativity of St John the Baptist

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▲▲▲ UPCOMING EVENTS

SENIOR POTLUCK

ALL THE NEWS THAT’S FIT TO PRINT In the summer we produce bulletins every other week. If you wish to have an item included in the bulletin please News plan accordingly. Our schedule is as follows: Deadline Issue Dates from June 22 July 1 & 8 OLIH July 6 July 15 & 22 Jul 29 & Aug 5 July 20 Our Updates will still go out every Thursday. If you would like to be added to this email list (especially if you are travelling and unable to pick up a copy of the bulletin) please visit our website, www.olih.org and sign up where indicated.

SUMMER CELEBRATION & AUCTION, JUNE 22 The Family Promise of Greater DSM Summer Celebration and Silent auction is a fun, family-friendly way to celebrate the help our host congregations, volunteers, sponsors and donors provide to our guest families all year long. Enjoy live entertainment, food and beverages while bidding on great items in our silent auction and 50/50 raffle (must be present to win.) Tickets are $50/person and available here or by calling Family Promise at 515-277-7051. Event to be held at Giovannetti Center, 9000 Douglas Ave, Urbandale from 7:00-9:30 pm. We hope to see you there!

CALLING ALL RUNNERS A new group called Catholic Runners meets the second and fourth Saturday of the month in the Des Moines area for a run, fellowship and a reflection while stretching and cooling down. All ages and paces welcomed. Get more information from the Facebook group: facebook.com/groups/448453732253735/

WORLD YOUTH DAY 2019 REGISTERING NOW Join the Diocese of Des Moines as we undertake a pilgrimage to Panama to join millions of other young adults in a celebration of our Catholic faith. Registration and payments are open now for this January 2019 trip of a lifetime. Contact Justin White for details: [email protected] or 515-237-5098.

TAKE24 RETREAT Registration is open for the Take24 young adult retreat July 27-28. The retreat focuses on the question that dominates the bulk of many young adult lives: “What does God want me to do with my life?” Go to dmdiocese.org/take24.cfm or call Justin White at 515-237-5098 for more information.

CATHEDRAL CONCERTS Mark your calendars for Tuesday, July 17 & Tuesday, August 28, 6:00 pm for the all new Cathedral Concerts, two events held on the outdoor plaza at the Catholic Pastoral Center, 601 Grand Ave, DSM. Come for live music, food from places such as The Outside Scoop & Tamales Industry, and beer from Confluence Brewery. Admission is free, but you’ll likely want to bring some cash for food & drink. For more information, go to dmdiocese.org/cathedral-concerts.cfm.

PLEASE PRAY FOR…. Wayne Ball Ann Breeding Edward Brown Bob Chevalier Brady Colton Connie Craig Sydney Dougan

Michael Garvey Anthony Hawkins Barb Holub Marlene Johnson Kerrigan Knipp Steve Landwehr Melissa Laskey

Marjorie Ley Mackenzie Mast Joy Nagel John Niehaus Larry Nikl Gerry Quinn Kathy Schweers

Lola Thimmesch Gary Vanderley Frank Yegge

Please let us know of any parishioner or family member who should still be on this list. We will keep names on the list for three months unless you notify us otherwise.

All Seniors, 55 years and older — Monday, June 18 OLIH Banquet Room Social Hour 5:00 pm/Dinner 6:00 pm No sign-up, no cost, no kitchen! Bring your own plate, silverware, drink and a dish to share. For more info, contact Mike & Judy Schaffer, 964-0276 or the office, 964-3038.

Monday, June 18 8:30 am Mildred Scoles † Tuesday, June 19 8:30 am Jim & Grace Kerrigan † Wednesday, June 20 8:30 am Ida Maletta † 9:30 am Joan & Ed Wilkinson † at Millpond Thursday, June 21 8:30 am Communion Service Friday, June 22 8:30 am Lester & Marian Quinlin † Saturday, June 23 5:00 pm Chuck Bach† Sunday, June 24 8:30 am LeAnn Stefani Anderlik † 10:30 am People of the Parish Monday, June 25 8:30 am Don Righi † Tuesday, June 26 8:30 am Marco & Raymond Stefani † Wednesday, June 27 8:30 am Cletus Chicoine † Thursday, June 28 8:30 am Communion Service Friday, June 29 8:30 am Sabina Volz † Saturday, June 30 5:00 pm Chuck Bach † Sunday, July 1 8:30 am Timothy Heggen † 10:30 am People of the Parish

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June 16/17 & June 23/24, 2017

Hospitality •

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▲▲▲ MINISTRY SCHEDULE SATURDAY, JUNE 23 AT 5:00 PM Altar Server Ava & Riegen Barten, Eli Sinclair Commentator Dwight Whitlatch Cross Carl Potaracke Eucharistic Captain Kathy Kohler Eucharistic Minister LuAnn Coggeshall, Delmer Blank, Jerry Eichenberger, Diana Fitzpatrick, Carol Hink, Rita Johnson, Phil Kohler, Jill Kreutzer, John Mulholland, Dan & Marilyn Neville, Alie Peverill, Charlene & Jeff Robinson, Katie Strabbing Hospitality Captain Randy Hoffman Hospitality Dirk Baker, Dan Battani, Kory Wieland, Volunteer needed Lector Bill Konnath & Mary Clarke

SUNDAY, JUNE 24 AT 8:30 AM Altar Server Zoe Hutchinson, Ben & Zach Steemken Commentator Erin Proehl Essy Cross Joe Gioffredi Eucharistic Captain Lynn Harkin Eucharistic Minister Mary Dobson, Janet Harmeyer, Allen Johnson, Jean Larsen, Melisse Leopold, Biff & Cindy Renner, Joleen Scheer, Jean Schmitt, Kathy & Rick Sibbel, Brent & Julie Steemken, Glen & Kathy Swanson Hospitality Captain Marcia Lemke Hospitality Joe Corso, Asa Hutton Jr., Donna Jameson, Mark Schmitt, Doug & Noah Wright Lector Kathryn Vortherms & Lee Przybylski

SUNDAY, JUNE 24AT 10:30 AM Altar Server Brady Claeys, Aidan DiGioia, Eleanor Pattee Commentator John Armstrong Cross Kelley Williams Eucharistic Captain Wayne Rude

Eucharistic Minister Joyce Clawson, Larry Formanek, John & Kris Gaspari, Jay Gerjets, Keri Guerdet, Misty Hade, Penny Hanson, Debbie Landuyt, John & Judy Norris, Helen Roberts, Nancy Rude, Lisa Shaw, Evan Starcevic Hospitality Captain Bill Wood Hospitality Karen Evans, Paul Evans, Chris & Pam McKone, Jeff Richards, Patricia White, Julie Wood Lector Greg Kolbinger & Teresa Hannasch

NURSERY VOLUNTEERS Sunday, June 24 8:30 am: Mary Jane Walton. Olivia Babcock, Mikena Mackey, Emmaline DeBrower

MONEY COUNTERS Monday, June 25 Marilyn Kelley, Vera Mur, Doris Schneider, Bob White

SATURDAY, JUNE 30 AT 5:00 PM Altar Server Riley Birdsall, Aidan Farrell, Ruth Turczynski (sub requested) Commentator Rick Hermann Cross Brad Beuter Eucharistic Captain Todd Misel Eucharistic Minister Pam Carlin, Brian Graeve, Kim Hagedorn, Eric Klingensmith, Robin Misel, Kathy Orsland, Joan & Tom Quinlin, Jeff Sporrer, Nancy SullivanLevy, Pat Timmons, Anita Turczynski, Jim & Mary Ann Wegrzyn, Sr. Susan Widdel Hospitality Captain Frank Kerkove Hospitality Marilyn Kelley, Erin Larsen, Mickey & Mike Myhre Lector Connor Farrell & Diana Fitzpatrick

SUNDAY, JULY 1 AT 8:30 AM Altar Server Tommy Gilbert, Anna & Isabelle Sash Commentator Janet Harmeyer

Cross Bob Ryherd Eucharistic Captain Tom Friedman Eucharistic Minister Lee & Nancy Breitkreutz, Linda & (sub requested) Mike Brodell (sub requested), JoAnn Curran, Erin Frederick, Trevor Goes, Randall Gomez, Rose & Tom Hagemann, Sally Link, Linda McTaggart, Elizabeth Rasmussen, Joan Stover, Jenny Wirtz Hospitality Captain Eugene Schmitt Hospitality Ken Akers, Dave Campbell, Bob Eimers, Chris Harmeyer, Glen Swanson, Volunteer needed Lector Trish Harlow & Denise Cundy

SUNDAY, JULY 1 AT 10:30 AM Altar Server Emmarie Becker, Jacob Chizek, Benjamin Kennedy Commentator Kelly Rondeau Cross Jeff Mau Eucharistic Captain John Ledvina Eucharistic Minister John Armstrong, Jo Kay Boyle, Jan Brown, Kathleen Farley, Barb Ledvina, Jean & Joe Rieck, Jerry Ross, Kari Seivert, Alicia Snyder, Diane Ward, Ruth Ward, Bob White, Laura Wood, Allison Zelle Hospitality Captain Greg Clawson Hospitality Patrick Buckingham, Steve Davis, John & Renness Lonning, Eric Quick, Bridget Reeves, Rick Rewerts, Patricia White Lector Kelly Clark & Ginny Glaub

NURSERY VOLUNTEERS Sunday, July 1 The Nursery is closed for the holiday weekend.

MONEY COUNTERS Monday, July 2 Jim Anderlik, Mike Schaffer, Roger Stefani, Jerry & Lois Frederick

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