Easter III Leaflet
Easter II Leaflet
Holy Saturday waiting inside the tomb.
Kids at home?
Do something beautiful for God and neighbor.
Artwork copyright © 2020 by Lincoln and Camden. Used with permission. SBJ
TRIDUUM LITURGY LEAFLETS
During the Covid 19 pandemic:
Church hours beginning today, Saturday 28 March Open for private prayer.
Monday – Friday
2 – 6 pm
8 am – noon.
Cenacle Chapel of Adoration is open only for regularly scheduled adorers.
Limit 4 adults in the chapel at this time.
The empty font.
“We wait for your loving kindness, O Lord.”
All liturgical services are suspended as of today, the Feast of St. Joseph, until further notice.
For daily and Sunday liturgies go to https://saintjohnsabbey.org/live
PALM SUNDAY MASS LEAFLET
Litany in time of need.
Director of Worship: Liturgy and Music
The deadline for application is April 3, 2020.
Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to:
Mark Dittman, Parish Business Administrator
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
835 2nd Ave NW
New Brighton, MN 55112-6842
Icon installed and blest on Advent IV.
Icon written by Nicholas Markell.
Candle holders designed by Ken Brooks, Saint Paul Fabricating.
Coming this spring: Icon of the Theotokos (Mother of God)
to be located in the chancel choir.
Christmas at Saint John the Baptist.
National Anthem – Independence Day 9:00 am Solemn Mass
Burning of the Mortgage: Closing Mass 22 June 2019
Various opportunities exist for liturgical participation including the following positions:
Peace to all who enter!
Open the Doors to Christ!
Students grade 5 and adults. The Cross bearer leads the liturgical processions in and out of the church for all liturgies and on Major Feast days, lead the procession at the Proclamation of the Gospel. Jay Hunstiger
Students grade 5 and adults. Candle bearers accompany the Cross in processions as well as lead the Gift Bearers from the baptistry to the sanctuary and on Major Feast days, lead the procession at the Proclamation of the Gospel. Jay Hunstiger
Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion
Those interested in serving in this ministry must be approved for a three year term by the pastor. As those who help the ordained minister the Body and Blood of Christ, they must believe what the Church teaches regarding the Eucharist, namely that the Eucharist is the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. Jay Hunstiger
Greeters are the first welcome to those entering the church for liturgies. They also hand out Mass leaflets before the liturgy and direct people as needed. This ministry is at all the weekend and feast day and holiday liturgies year-round. Jay Hunstiger
Ushers receive the collection and hand out bulletins at the end of each Mass. They also assist with emergency needs and direct people as needed. Jay Hunstiger
Lectors (Confirmed students and adults)
Readers are those who proclaim the Word of God with the First Lesson and Epistle at all liturgies throughout the year. Jay Hunstiger
Mass servers participate in Sunday, feast day and holiday liturgies. They carry the cross and torches (candles) in procession and assist ordained ministers at the altar. Training is available (offered twice a year). Love of liturgy and a passion for participatory service are the strongest requirements for this work. Jay Hunstiger
The Altar Guild is responsible for the care of the Sanctuary and its furnishings. They change the seasonal and feast day paraments and candles accordingly. They are also responsible for weekly care of the Sanctuary, including light cleaning duties of the Sanctuary and Sacristies, trimming of candle wicks and replacing the Sanctuary lamp as needed. For some, this is a meditative time; others enjoy working around the sacred objects; still others participate as a team, serving with a friend. Tasks normally take about an hour or less per week Jay Hunstiger
Art and Environment Committee
Advent Wreath 2018
Sanctuary Nativity, Italian hand-carved Lindenwood 4′ figures
Baptismal Canopy with votive pendants, Christmas 2018
Tenebrae Cross post earthquake
Christ in Repose, Holy Saturday 2018
Time-lapse video of the raising of the canopy. (29 October 2018)
This Committee meets monthly from September through May and is responsible for the creation and execution of seasonal décor in and around the church. They also assist in any decision making process in regards to the permanent beautification of the church. From time to time, they make acquisitions of art work, either by commissioning new pieces and/or restoring existing pieces of parish art. Jay Hunstiger
God’s People in Prayer
Palm Sunday Procession
Thursday of the Lord’s Supper at the Mandatum
Schola in the gallery at Tenebrae
Easter Vigil at the Lucernarium
(Good health to those who depart!)
Miserere Mei, Deus, Arlen Clarke
PSA for Relevant Radio, SJB Choir