1240 Rush Street
Dubuque, IA. 52003-7556
PARISH OFFICE HOURS:
Monday - 8:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday - 8:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday - 8:00am-5:00pm
Thursday - 8:00am-5:00pm
Friday - 8:00am-4:00pm
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed
ST. COLUMBKILLE HISTORY
ARCHDIOCESE OF DUBUQUE
KINDERGARTEN – 7TH GRADE
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC SCHOOL
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD
NEED HELP? (COMMUNITY RESOURCES)
BLUE BAG PROGRAM/HOSPITALITY FOOD DRIVE
EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE (PARISH)
OUR LADY OF THE SIOUX
SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE
CIRCLE OF HEALING PRAYER BLANKETS
DUBUQUE RESCUE MISSION
ST. PAT'S MEALS
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
THE GABRIEL PROJECT
MINISTRY TO HOME BOUND
CIRCLE OF HEALING PRAYER BLANKETS
CLERGY MEALS MINISTRY
SEVEN SISTERS APOSTOLATE
YEAR END FINANCIAL REPORT
Saturday ~ 4:15pm
Sunday ~ 8:00am, 10:00am
Children’s Liturgy of The Word at 10:00am Mass
Weekday MassesMonday - Friday, 9:00am
Holy RosaryMonday - Thursday, 8:30am
Eucharistic AdorationEucharistic Adoration, Monday - Thursday, follows 9:00am Mass, until 10:00am
Fridays, 7:30am - 9:00am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays ~ 3:00 pm
(or anytime by appointment)
ROMAN CATHOLIC HOLY DAYS
LITURGICAL MINISTERS SCHEDULES
ST. COLUMBKILLE (K-5TH GRADES)
BOARD OF EDUCATION
HOLY FAMILY ON FACEBOOK
MAZZUCHELLI MIDDLE SCHOOL
WAHLERT HIGH SCHOOL
The Pastoral Council is the guiding body of St. Columbkille. The role of the Pastoral Council is to facilitate the periodic formation/revision of St. Columbkille’s Vision,(and work with our Linked Parish, St. Joseph The Worker on a Linked Mission and Vision)to nourish an environment that will encourage achievement of the Vision, and to conduct regular evaluations of its progress. The actions of the Pastoral Council are governed by the Purpose, Mission, Guiding Principles, and Goals of St. Columbkille. As a tool of the Community, the Pastoral Council’s actions are focused on support of the Pastor, Faith Formation Director, and the eight other Ministry Councils/Committees. The Pastoral Council should view itself in partnership with the Pastor, Faith Formation Director, and other Ministry Councils/Committees.
The Pastoral Council maintains awareness of and commitment to the fulfillment of the St. Columbkille Vision, as well as facilitating the periodic formation and revision of the Vision. The Pastoral Council evaluates progress toward strategic goals and calls Ministry Council and committees to accountability in fulfilling St. Columbkille’s Vision. In addition, the Pastoral Council fosters timely and effective communication between Ministry Councils, staff, and the parish community.
GOAL: Empowering the Mission & Vision of St. Columbkille
Chair: Dean Wilgenbusch
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Vice Chair: Steve Mccarron
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Click here to Email Renee Curtiss
Click here to Email Carrie Fitzgerald
Click here to Email Joe Link
Click here to Email Charlie Sisler
Click here to Email Diane Weigman
Click here to Email Sara Palmer
David Hughes, Youth Rep
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not listed at her request
Marie Ware, Dubuque Deanery & Archdiocesan Pastoral Council Rep
Elected by parishioners of St. Columbkille, we meet on the 4th Tuesday of the month, 7:15 pm preceded by parish committee meetings in Fogarty Hall. Meetings are open to parish members to attend.
ARCHDIOCESAN PASTORAL PRIORITIES
ARE ST. COLUMBKILLE PRIORITIES
1 STRENGTHENING PROGRAMS FOR ON-GOING EDUCATION IN THE FAITH
All of our church ministries, such as worship and works of mercy, are inspired by love of Jesus. We cannot love what we do not know, and we cannot know unless someone teaches us. Faith Formation happens in Catholic Schools and religious education, however it also includes ongoing faith formation for persons of all ages, individual, or in groups.
2 ENHANCING THE SUNDAY ASSEMBLY FOR HOLY MASS
Archbishop Jackels shared, “We participate in Holy Mass on Sunday with our community, not only to offer worship to God, but also to be transformed, and to be agents of transformation.” We will focus on the 4 H’s.
† Hospitality † Hymns
† Homily, and † How we celebrate Holy Mass
3 TEACHING STEWARDSHIP AS A WAY OF LIFE
Everything —who we are, what we have, and what we can do — is on loan from God. Stewardship is a way of life that Jesus taught to his followers by his words and example. Each and every one of us has been blessed with time and talents to share. We are asked to share our time and talents. We can share them with family and friends. We can share them with church and our church community. We can share them in our community and world. All to the Glory of God. What we share and give will be shared back ten-fold.
4 PROMOTING VOCATIONS, AND PRIESTHOOD IN PARTICULAR
More priests are needed to fill the shoes of retiring priests not only in this Archdiocese but throughout many parts of the United States. It starts with praying for priestly vocations, talking to young men about priesthood as a vocation, praying and supporting seminarians and more. Supporting our priests throughout the Archdiocese and particularly the priests who serve us. Vocations encompass everyone — religious life, diaconate, marriage and single life are vocations that also need prayer and support.
As pastoral leader of the Archdiocese of Dubuque, I need to share my vision for continuing the mission of Jesus in the Church’s ministries.
As we do not have the resources to do everything we want or need to do, this involves identifying priorities, a focus for our efforts, and energies.
I propose that we focus on four priorities, which resonates with the goals identified in Vision 2000, and which have also been affirmed by pastoral leaders in the Archdiocese.
Another part of my vision is to engage all of us to partner with me and others in our efforts to continue the mission of Jesus in the Church’s ministries.
We cannot stand by as passive onlookers, or expect someone else to do it. There is something each of us can do:
Pray, think, talk about these priorities with others, and strategize on the local level on how to carry them out, for the Glory of God, the salvation of souls, and the authentic development of human society.
May it be so. Amen.
Michael O. Jackels
Archbishop of Dubuque