Congratulations to Stacy Schiefelbein on her winning design for the Holy Saints Logo.
William and Jonny Serbus became the 2nd and 3rd Boy Scouts in Kimball Troop 357 history to
receive the Ad Altare Dei Religious Emblem.
The boys started working on this program back in March, when the Covid-19 pandemic
cancelled religion classes at St. Anne’s Church. Wanting to keep a religion program
throughout the school year, the boys decided to partake in this program, working on it every
Sunday in lieu of religion class. The purpose of the Ad Altare Dei ( to the altar of God) program is to help Catholic Youth of the Roman Rite develop a fully Christian way of life in the faith community. The program is organized in chapters based on the seven sacraments. The seven Sacraments are a primary means toward spiritual growth. The most important aspect of the program is that the Scout grows in his spiritual experience of his relationship to God and the church.
William and Jonny completed and passed their board of review on Sept. 8, 2020. Since William
and Jonny earned this Religious Emblem they are also entitled to wear a Boy Scouts of America
Religious Knot over their left pocket. The Ad Altare Dei was presented to the boys on Sunday,
Oct. 4, 2020 with a Mass with Bishop Kettler at St. Augustine Church in St. Cloud. Bishop
Kettler was thrilled to do this special Mass for the Scouts as he was an Eagle Scout 63 years
ago. Four scouts in total earned this emblem, William, Jonny and only two others from the
This is the 2nd religious emblem the boys had earned, as they had previously earned their
Parvuli Dei (Children of God) emblem as Cub Scouts.
William and Jonny are active members and altar boys of St. Anne’s Catholic Church.
They are the children of Matt and Carly Serbus.
CASH RAFFLE WINNERS
$1000 Cash Kuechle Underground Lara Feyma
$500 Cash A. M. Maus and Sons, Inc James Neu
$500 Cash Arnold’s of Kimball Barry Hanson
$500 Cash Kingston Mini Mart Tamilee Adolph
$250 Cash Thomas Ehlinger Agency Michelle Pramann
$250 Cash John and Chris Donnay Kelly Hammerschmidt
$250 Cash Hendricks Sand & Gravel Earl Huckenpoehler
$250 Cash Mom’s Place Renee Brutger
$200 Cash Hendricks Bus Service Shawn & Tracy Theis
$200 Cash Hendricks Bus Service Ada Wiechmann
$200 Cash Hilsgen Bobcat Service Earl Huckenpoehler
$100 Cash Ertl Funeral Home Earl Huckenpoehler
$100 Cash Froehling Bros. Construction Janyce Schmitz
$100 Cash Harvest Bank Peter Shin
$100 Cash Harvest Bank Kenneth Knaus
$100 Cash Harvest Bank Keith & Brandi Henneman
$100 Cash Harvest Bank Lynn Adolph
$100 Cash Land O Lakes Oil Co Jeff & Becky Kastanek
$100 Cash Keith and Nance Markwardt Alex Zoller
$100 Cash Dingmann Funeral Care Debbie Jacobs
$100 Cash Steve and Sue Gohman Jim Stein
$100 Cash Steve and Sue Gohman Kenneth Knaus
$100 Cash R & J Kritter Kare Steve Rosenow
$50 Cash Citizen’s Bank Mary Jonas
$50 Cash Faber Building Supply Yvonne Bubliz
$30 Cash Ag Venture Miranda Muzny
QUILT RAFFLE WINNERS
#1 – Throw by Diane Gavin Myrna Kuechle
#2 – Full/Queen by Women’s Group David Jacobs
#3 – Queen by Barb Hoffmann Mary Ann Edwards
It was a beautiful evening celebrating our 100 year Anniversary. We had 5 visiting priests, Fr. Frank Tomasiewicz, Fr. David Grundman, Fr. Tom Knoblach, Fr. Tom Olson, Fr. Donald Wagner and Bishop Kettler. Thank you to all those who came and helped out with the celebration.
Congratulations to our two First Communion Students who made their First Communion on June 28th.
St. Anne ………………………………. Saturday – 5:00 p.m.
Monday – 8:00 a.m.
Wednesday – 8:00 a.m.
St. Nicholas ………………………….. Sunday – 9:00 a.m.
Tuesday – 8:00 a.m.
St. Wendelin ………………….…….. Sunday – 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday – 7:45 a.m.
Thursday – 7:45 a.m.
Holy Cross …………………………….. Saturday – 4:00 p.m.
Friday – 8:30 a.m.
St. Mary Help of Christians …….. Saturday – 6:30 p.m.
Sunday – 8:00 a.m.
Tuesday – 6:00 p.m.
Thursday – 8:00 a.m.
Here are some pictures of the progress of the Bell Tower.
Born of a noble family, tradition says St. Roch was miraculously born with a red cross on his breast. St. Roch gave all of his fortune to the poor at age 20 after his parents died. In 1315, he assisted plague victims in several Italian cities, miraculously curing people with the sign of the cross. While helping the sick, he also contracted the disease. However, the saint survived after a dog helped him in the forest. The dog brought him food and licked his wounds. He was later mistaken for a spy and spent the rest of his life in prison. According to tradition, an angel appeared in St. Roch’s cell after his death. The angel said that those who invoked his intercession would be cured of the plague.
Prayer to St. Roch
O Blessed Saint Roch,
Patron of the sick,
Have pity on those
Who lie upon a bed of suffering.
Your power was so great
When you were in this world,
That by the sign of the Cross,
Many were healed of their diseases.
Now that you are in heaven,
Your power is not less.
Offer, then, to God
Our sighs and tears
And obtain for us that health we seek
Through Christ our Lord
(Reapeat the above 3 times)
Some of the pictures from the St. Anne’s Live Nativity that took place out at the Lindberg Farm on December 22.
Vacation Bible School was a great success. We had 26 participants this year. Our week was filled with fun activities, crafts, songs, dances, snacks, games, and bible stories. A special thank you goes out to our adult and youth leaders.