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  • St. Leo the Great Parish, Tyndall, SD

    St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Springfield, SD

    Fr. Joseph Forcelle pastor@stleotyndall.com

    (Parish Office Closed Monday)

    Business Manager: Mary Minow

    stleochurch@hcinet.net St. Leo Parish Office

    hours 9am-5pm Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

    Bulletin deadline: Wednesday Noon

    St. Leo the Great Parish 100 East 20th Avenue

    P. O. Box 47 Tyndall, SD 57066

    605-589-3504

    www.stleotyndall.com

    Visit us on Facebook

    St. Vincent de Paul Parish 1203 Wood Street, Springfield, SD

    Mailing Address: P. O. Box 47, Tyndall, SD 57066

    Sacrament of Reconciliation Penance

    St. Leo - Tyndall Saturday at 4:45pm Sunday at 7:45am

    St. Vincent - Springfield Sunday 10:10am

    (or by appointment)

    Baptism On weekends by appointment. Pre-baptismal meeting required for

    first time parentsbest done PRIOR to childs birth.

    Marriage Diocesan Policy requires six (6)

    months preparation for all couples planning marriage. A wedding can

    NOT be booked until this preparation is underway. Contact

    Fr. Joseph Forcelle well in advance of any desired marriage date.

    Fifth Sunday of ordinary times Catholic Family Sharing Appeal, the annual collection taken by the Diocese of Sioux Falls, is a resource that depends directly on our generosity. Many of you have already seen the page in the Bishops Bulletin detailing the amount asked of each parish. St. Leos goal is $28,000 and St. Vincents goal is $8,000 for 2018. This year the video message from Bishop Swain features several individuals and ministries funded in part each year by CFSA.

    Much of my own ministry in the diocese has been funded by CFSA. I spent my first two years in the diocese as director of the Youth Office. A few years after that I was sent to SDSU for a degree in counseling which I used in Catholic Family Services as a part-time therapist. I have been the director of campus ministry at both SDSU and USD, and have benefited from the support of the Marriage Tribunal, Marriage Preparation Programs and now in Prison Ministry in Springfield. Our parishes have received much support from the Youth Office, Safe Environment Office, administrative support, and great youth programs like Totus Tuus and Discipleship Camps. Our diocese does an outstanding job of carefully using the monetary gifts we all contribute to these and many more ministries. Sunday TV Mass and so much outreach to the homebound, the homeless and needy, and many more ministries depend on CFSA. As with so many effective programs, we do not notice the impact of CFSA, but it is there every day in so many ways.

    I strongly urge you to join me in supporting the CFSA this year. If you cannot contribute financially, please offer prayers for the many ministries supported by the appeal. We are indeed stronger together.

    Father Joe Forcelle, pastor

    Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Times

    February 4, 2018

    Simons mother-in-law lay sick with

    a fever. He approached, grasped her

    hand, and helped her up. Then the

    fever left her and she waited on them.

  • Masses this week February 5-11

    Mon. No Mass ( Fr. Joes day off) Tues. 8:30am SL-Tyndall +John F. Post 3:30pm GSH-Tyndall +Edith T. Post Wed. 8:30am SL-Tyndall +William & Irene Schuurmans Thurs. 8:30am SL-Tyndall +Norm, Marge, & Sadie Gross Fri. 8:30am SL-Tyndall +Deceased Members of Dan Forth Family

    Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time Masses Sat. 5:30pm SL-Tyndall +Helen Rezac Sun. 8:30am SL-Tyndall Members of SV & SL 10:30am SV-Springfield +Michael Carmody

    We are in need of Daily Mass Intentions

    Lenten regulations for Catholics These are the MINIMUM for Lent. All are encouraged to thoughtfully consider going beyond these minimum regulations.

    The Christian faithful are to do penance through prayer and fasting, abstinence and by exercising works of piety and charity. All Fridays through the year, especially during Lent, are penitential days.

    Abstinence: All who have reached their 14th birthday are to abstain from eating meat on Ash Wednesday and on all Fridays of Lent.

    Fasting: All those who are 18 or older, until their 59th birthday, are to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Only one full meal is allowed on days of fast. Two other meals, sufficient to maintain strength, may be taken according to ones need; but together, they should not equal another full meal. Eating between meals is not permitted, but liquids are allowed. The obligation does not apply to those whose health or ability to work would be affected seriously. People in doubt about fast or abstinence should consult a priest.

    Page 2 Parish Bulletin

    MINISTRY SCHEDULE - February 10-11

    Mass Times Eucharistic Min. Gift Bearers Servers Greeters Ushers Lector

    Saturday at St. Leo

    February 10 5:30pm

    Jim Kniffen Pam Novak Ken Ranek

    Volunteers needed

    Memphis Kaul Trey Kaul

    Wesley Kaul

    Volunteers needed

    John Cuka Harvey Fridrich

    Stan Jaeger Paul Jaeger

    Jim Kniffen

    Sunday at St. Leo

    February 11 8:30am

    Mike Schmidt Edward Kniffen

    Debra Baune

    Volunteers needed

    Joshua Schmidt Landon Schmidt Mylee Branaugh

    Volunteers needed

    John Cihak Scott Schuurmans

    David Sutera Don Sykora

    Christi Schmidt

    Sunday at St. Vincent

    February 11 10:30am

    Clare Eastman Connie Miller

    Colleen Ridgway

    Carl & Clare Eastman Family

    Elijah Eastman Grace Eastman Lance Odens

    Greg & Rachel Odens Family

    Leonard Kostal Mary Krumholz

    Daily Bible Readings February 5-11

    Mon. 1 Kings 8:1-7, 9-13; Mark 6:53-56 Tues. 1 Kings 8:22-23, 27-30; Mark 7:1-13 Wed. 1 Kings 10:1-10; Mark 7:14-23 Thurs. 1 Kings 11:4-13; Mark 7:24-30 Fri. 1 Kings 11:29-32; 12:19; Mark 7:31-37 Sat. 1 Kings 12:26-32; 13:33-34; Mark 8:1-10

    Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time Readings Sun. Leviticus 13:1-2, 44-46; 1 Corinthians 10:3111:1;

    Mark 1:40-45

    Confirmation Confirmation Rehearsal at St. Wenceslaus Church in Tabor is at 9:00am on Saturday, February 10. Please bring your sponsor. If they are

    unable to come, please bring a person to fill in for them. They will need to relay information discussed at rehearsal to actual sponsor. Please remember in your prayers the young people of our parishes as they prepare for the Sacrament of Confirmation, Sunday, February 11 at the 3:00pm. May each one be blessed with a deeper love of their faith.

    Cole Bares Hunter Lindula Hannah Cuka Sydney Mueller Avery Johnson Jaxson Schonebaum Makayla Kelley Nathan Scieszinski Kaden Kozak Zachary Sestak Hannah Lindula Cassidy Soukup Allisan VanWinkle

    Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful and kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth your Spirit, and they shall be created. And You shall renew the face of the earth.

    Year End Contribution Records 2017 contribution records will be made available to those requesting a copy. These may be used for tax purposes or for your own personal records. Please contact Mary at the rectory, 589-3504 or email at stleochurch@hcinet.net. We will not print out copies to all parishioners, since many have no need for a copy and this saves the parishes the added expense.

    Money Counters at St. Leo February 4th: Don & Joyce Sykora, Randy & Lisa Weier February 11th: Charlotte & John Cihak, Donna & Ron Zimmerman February 18th: Howard & Mary Hajek, George & Eileen Jaeger February 25th: Dennis Kniffen, Marian Peschl, Pamela Novak, Bobbi Zimmerman

    Lent begins with ash Wednesday, February 14

    Masses: Wednesday, February 14

    St. Vincent: 5:00pm

    St. Leo: 7:00pm

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  • St. Leo and St. Vincent Parishes Page 3

    Pancake Breakfast Tabor Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, February 4 from 9:30am to 12:30pm at the Legion Hall in Tabor. They will be serving pancakes, sausages, eggs, juice and coffee. Proceeds goes to the Scholarship Fund!

    Knights of Columbus The next KC meeting will be in Scotland at St. George Parish Hall at 7:30pm on Monday, February 5. Carpool will leave St. Leo parking lot at 6:45pm. If you want a ride please be there early.

    Dinner, Bazaar, Raffle, & Bake sale St. Benedict Parish in Yankton will be hosting a Dinner and Bazaar, which will be held in the St. Benedict Parish Community Center, 1500 St. Benedict Drive in Yankton on Sunday, February 11 serving 11:00am to 2:00pm. Menu:

    broasted chicken, potatoes, homemade mac-cheese, corn, salads, dessert, and drinks.