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14 February 19, 2016 THE U.P. CATHOLIC DEATHS, BAPTISMS, WEDDINGS www.upcatholic.org Sister Joyce Banks, formerly known as Sister Mary Cher- ubim Banks, 85, died Feb. 1, 2016 at Dominican Life Center in Adrian, Mich. She was in the 67th year of her religious profession in the Adri- an Dominican Congre- fation. Sister Banks was born in Chicago, Ill. to John and Agnes (Joyce) Banks. She graduated from Aquinas Dominican High School in Chicago, Ill.; received a bachelor of music degree in piano from Siena Heights College (University) in Adrian; and a Master of Arts degree in education from Catholic Uni- versity in Washington, D.C. For over 36 years, Sister Banks served as a music edu- cator in various cities, includ- ing Escanaba. In addition she served in Utica, Charlottesville, Va.; Aiken, S.C.; Guayama, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic; and Chicago, Lombard and Elmhurst, Ill. This includes seven years at Aquinas High School in Chicago, an Adrian Dominican secondary school. She also served as music director for 18 years at Immaculate Heart of Mary in Westchester, Ill. and for one year at Holy Trinity/ Visitation in Westmont, Ill. She is survived by a sister, Jean Griffin of Germantown, Tenn. A Mass of Christian Burial was held in the St. Catherine Chapel on Feb 3. Burial took place in the Adrian Dominican Sisters Cemetery. Sister Joyce Banks, OP Si J DEATHS BARRETTE, Daniel, 65, Sacred Heart, DeTour Village BEIRING, Richard "Dick," 72, St. Joseph, Lake Linden BIALIK, Michael, 96, All Saints, Gladstone BRUNETTE, Raymond J., 79, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Bark River CROSCHERE, Matthew, 26, St. Peter Cathedral, Marquette DEBEN, Viola B., 95, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Bark River DEFORGE, John, 69, Holy Family, South Range EKDAHL, Carol, 73, Sacred Heart, Champion FORTIN, Lorraine, 85, St. Michael, Marquette GOUDREAU, Shirley, 57, St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Ignace HAGER, Ralph, 54, St. Joseph, Lake Linden HALL, Mary Catherine, 73, St. Agnes, Iron River HART, Mildred, 92, St. Anthony of Padua, Gwinn HOUGH, Nedra, 85, St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Ignace HOYT, Martin, 67, St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Ignace JOHNSON, Donald, 87, St. Joseph, Ishpeming JOHNSON, Victoria, 82, St. Cecilia, Caspian KANE, Mary Ellen, 81, St. Anne, Escanaba KAPLA, Herman, 103, St. Agnes, Iron River LAFOND, Leo, 71, St. Joseph, Ishpeming LAZZARI, George, 95, St. Ignatius Loyola, Houghton LINDSTROM, William, 74, Immaculate Conception, Iron Mountain LINSMEIER, Marian, 92, Holy Redeemer, Menominee LOPER, Mary Alice, 84, St. Anne, Escanaba MASSOGLIA, Dennis, 62, Sacred Heart, Calumet ORLICH, Ruth, 80, St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Ignace PARIS, Dorothy, 91, Holy Spirit, Menominee PAULIN, Janie, 69, St. Anne, Escanaba STADLER, Anne, 77, St. Florence, Drummond Island WADE, Gloria M., 89, St. Ignatius Loyola, Houghton YOUNG, Mary, 82, All Saints, Gladstone BAPTISMS ESCANABA, St. Anne: Hayden Warren; Hallee Witte; Lexi Moreno; Haddee Mokszycke; Nicholas Hansen; St. Joseph & St. Patrick: Timothy Carlson HOUGHTON, St. Albert the Great: Annalisa Mendes KINGSFORD, St. Mary Queen of Peace: Charlotte Shaker MANISTIQUE, St. Francis de Sales: Nash David Barton MARQUETTE, St. Michael: Vivian Harrington MENOMINEE, Holy Redeemer: Henry Muhs NEWBERRY, St. Gregory: Don Kimbler ST. IGNACE, St. Ignatius Loyola: Ariana Mitchell; Charlotte LaCha- pelle; Cadence Ketchersid WELLS, St. Anthony of Padua: Carter Allen Richer Sister Joyce Banks, OP CATHOLIC CEMETERY Burial Lots, Mausoleum & Columbarium Niches Holy Cross - Marquette 1400 Wright St. Neil Newcomb 225-0191 Holy Cross - Escanaba Hwy M-35 Dale Stannard 786-4685 McKEVITT-PATRICK FUNERAL HOME, INC. Mike Patrick - Owner/Manager 305 N. Lowell St., Ironwood, MI 49938 932-1141 240 MCCANN STREET ST IGNACE, MI 49781 (906) 6437711 FAX (906) 6437089 BRUCE J. DODSON, FUNERAL DIRECTOR Our Family Serving Yours over 40 years." EJSFDUPST EPOBMEK DSBXGPSE KBNFTE DSBXGPSE DBSFOM DSBXGPSE TJODF 302 SOUTH 13TH STREET, ESCANABA, MI 49829 ESCANABA (906) 786-0074 + BARK RIVER (906) 466-2211 FUNERAL HOMES ERICKSON-ROCHON & NASH FUNERAL HOMES, INC. Scott D. Lutey - Manager 1000 S. Carpenter Ave. Kingsford, MI A Tradition of Caring Directors-T. Nash, S. Lutey, Tammy Barrows, Robert Schinderle & Matthew Nash Thomas W. Nash - Owner/Manager 901 Carpenter Ave. Iron Mountain, MI 906-774-7676 Every Lent, Catholics in the Unit- ed States do something amazing. Their prayers, fasting and almsgiving become lifesaving aid for millions of individuals living in conditions of poverty around the world. The hungry are fed; the thirsty are given drink; the homeless find shelter. And this has been going on for more than 40 years. Thats the impact of CRS Rice Bowl from Catholic Relief Services. Thats how what you give up for Lent can change lives. CRS Rice Bowl contributions sup- port projects that assist the poor both overseas and here in the United States. Seventy-five percent of CRS Rice Bowl contributions are sent to Catholic Relief Services and help fund devel- opment projects overseas that help increase and maintain communities access to food. Twenty-five percent of the contributions fund local poverty and hunger alleviation programs in dioceses in the United States. Fasting from meat on Fridays during Lent helps us acquire a mas- tery over our instincts and freedom of heart.(CCC 2043). Fasting is meant to free us. It helps us feel our physi- cal hunger, and in turn, our spiritual hunger for the infinite love found only in God. Gather your community, your friends or your family for a simple meal, an opportunity to eat meatless on Friday while living in solidarity with our brothers and sisters around the world. Consider using this recipe from one of the nations served by CRS. For more information, visit www. crsricebowl.org. Catholics serve through prayers, fasting, almsgiving 1 c rice 1 c lentils 5 c water 1 bunch spring onions, chopped 6 cloves garlic, minced 4 eggs, whisked Salt and pepper to taste 2 T fair trade olive oil Parsley (to garnish) In a large pot, cover lentils and rice in water and soak for 10-15 minutes. Next, bring water to a boil, reduce heat to medium and cook until water is absorbed, about 20 minutes. In a separate pan, saut garlic and onions in oil until translucent, then add to rice-and-lentil mixture. Season to taste. While stirring, slowly pour whisked eggs into the rice-and-lentil mixture; the egg should spread out in "ribbons." Add parsley to mixture or as garnish to each plate. Serve hot.

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