Weekly bulletin of Saint John Nepomuk Chapel

30th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Stewardship thought for the week

October 29, 2017 – 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time


“You shall love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your mind.” – MATTHEW 22:37

Do you put other “gods” before God? Is your love of money, power, status or some personal possession greater than your love for God? Do you really recognize that everything you have and everything you are is a gift from God? The good news – it’s not too late to put God first in your life in all things.


Last weekend’s collections:  Envelopes $ 1,360.92; loose $223.00; World Mission Sunday $278.00


Total:  $1,861.92




Date Intentions Celebrant
Saturday, October 29 Michael Tallent, Jr Father Frank Koeninger
Sunday, October 29 Klenc Family


Father Paul Rothschild
Saturday, November 4 Virginia Buckley Father Frank Koeninger
Sunday, November 5 Jan Klenc


Friar Ed Mundwiller

Upcoming Masses:





Retirement Fund for Religious–there will be a second  collection next weekend.


Goulash Festival News–We are still in need of items for prizes.  Please bring any new gifts or gift cards to the rectory.  Your generosity will go a long way to making our biggest annual fund raiser a success.


We will be raffling hams and turkeys at the Festival.  Contributions of these items will be greatly appreciated.  Please contact Sue at the rectory.



Saint Lucas Lutheran Slovac Festival in south city is celebrating the 27th anniversary of its Slovak-Fest on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Festivities will run from 11am to 6pm in the St. Lucas Church hall(gym), 7100 Morganford Road, St. Louis, Mo. 63116. There will be traditional Slovak dinners and pastries and a Christmas Bazaar. Admission is free.


My Parish app—Winter will be here soon which always brings the possibility of inclement weather and mass cancellations.  Our Parish app is the best way to stay informed about what’s happening here at SJN.  It’s free and easy to sign up.  Just text “App” to 88202.


Saint Mary Magdeline Parish will be holding their 26th annual Juried Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, November 18 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm in the former  school  building (4323 South Kingshighway).


Approximately 40 crafters will present their handcrafted items.  There will be a quilt raffle, attendance prizes,m baked goods and BBQ dinners (from 11 am – 3 pm).


For more info call Cookie at 314.832.4531.













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