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16 September 1, 2017 THE U.P. CATHOLIC DEATHS, BAPTISMS, WEDDINGS www.upcatholic.org Space available - Contact Dcn. Steve 1-866-452-5112 upc@new.rr.com CATHOLIC CEMETERY Burial Lots, Mausoleum & Columbarium Niches Holy Cross - Marquette 1400 Wright St. Neil Newcomb 225-0191 Holy Cross - Escanaba Hwy M-35 Tom Stannard 786-4685 ERICKSON-ROCHON & NASH FUNERAL HOMES, INC. Scott D. Lutey - Manager 1000 S. Carpenter Ave. Kingsford, MI Thomas W. Nash - Owner/Manager 901 Carpenter Ave. Iron Mountain, MI 906-774-7676 A Tradition of Caring Directors-T. Nash, S. Lutey, Tammy Barrows, Robert Schinderle & Matthew Nash McKEVITT-PATRICK FUNERAL HOME, INC. Mike Patrick - Owner/Manager 305 N. Lowell St., Ironwood, MI 49938 932-1141 Range Funeral Service Inc. Frick-Zielinski F. Home 304 S. Sophie St. Bessemer, MI (906) 663-4410 Ketola-Burla F. Home 635 E. Ayer St. Ironwood, MI 888-932-1832 Range Crematory 401 Hwy 51 South Hurley, WI 888-932-1832 BJORK AND ZHULKIE FUNERAL HOME Ishpeming, MI 49849 (906) 486-8911 Ken D. Farley, Manager Tom J. Farley, Director 200 L'Anse Ave., L'Anse, MI 49946 906-524-7800 or Toll Free 866-524-7800 Susan M. Jacobs, Owner/Manager COMFORT, CARE AND CONCERN JACOBSON FUNERAL HOME, INC. 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 School Sister of St. Francis Jeanette Wodz- inski (Arnold), 97, a native of the Upper Peninsula, died July 21, 2017 in Milwaukee, Wis. She was born Nov. 28, 1920 in Stambaugh, Mich. On June 13, 1938 she was received into the School Sisters of St. Francis. Sister Jeanette made her first vows in 1940, and her inal vows in 1946. She min- istered in education for more than 70 years in Wisconsin, Illinois and South Dakota. During her retire- ment, she volunteered in the development ice at St. Joseph Convent in Milwaukee and served in the ministry of prayer and presence. Sister Jeanette is survived by her brother, Eugene Wodzinski and sister-in-law, Barba- ra Wodzinslki, along with several nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her reli- gious community. A funeral liturgy was held on July 27 at St. St. Joseph Convent. Internment was at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Milwaukee. Sister Jeanette Wodzinski Sister Jeanette Wodzinski DEATHS AYOTTE, Barbara, 84, St. Anne, Escanaba BALMA, Dennis, 69, Resurrec- tion, Hancock BARR, Donald, 79, St. Paul, Negaunee BERLINGER, Erma A., 89, St. Gregory, Newberry BLONIARZ, John, 88, St. Eliza- beth Ann Seton, Bark River BONINI, Violet, 95, Holy Re- deemer, Menominee DE JULIANNIE, Adeline, 103, Immaculate Conception, Iron Mountain DONATO, Anthony, 76, St. John the Evangelist, Ishpeming GOBERT, Margaret, 88, St. Antho- ny of Padua, Gwinn GUSTAFSON, Gerald William, 85, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood JANQUART, Thomas, 58, Resur- rection, Menominee KIDD, Frances, 94, St. Thomas the Apostle, Escanaba KIRKISH, Jean, 78, St. Ignatius Loyola, Houghton LUCCHESI, Georgia, 95, Resur- rection, Hancock LYONS, Robert, 60, St. Paul, Negaunee MONTAGNA, Daryl, 83, St. Peter Cathedral, Marquette MORRISETTE, Agnes, 103, St. Anthony of Padua, Gwinn NELSON, John, 54, St. John the Evangelist, Ishpeming NORMAND, Paul, 86, St. Joseph, Lake Linden OTRADOVEC, Robert, 62, St. Eliz- abeth Ann Seton, Bark River SARVELLO, Frank, 89, St. John the Evangelist, Ishpeming SMALTZ, Robert John, 89, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood STANISLAWSKI, Carl, 92, Holy Redeemer, Menominee STARRINE, Marilyn L., 86, St. Thomas the Apostle, Escanaba WAANANEN, David, 53, St. John the Evangelist, Ishpeming BAPTISMS CHANNING, St. Rose: Everett Schwartz CRYSTAL FALLS, Guardian An- gels: Jolie Kullar ESCANABA, St. Thomas the Apostle: Ignatius Alan Chaillier IRONWOOD, Our Lady of Peace: Abigail Marie Oakgrove; Zoey Mae Oakgrove; Scarlett Janet Rose Leskoviansky ISHPEMING, St. John the Evan- gelist: Dillon Phillips KINGSFORD, St. Mary Queen of Peace: Declan Burrell MARQUETTE, St. Peter Cathe- dral: Mariella Maki NADEAU, St. Bruno: Henry Har- rington WEDDINGS BARK RIVER, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: Robin Jo Schafer and Kent Charles DuBord ESCANABA, St. Thomas the Apostle: Sara St. Ours and Mark Nordin HOUGHTON, St. Ignatius Loyola: Tayler Quarless and Alex Haa- papuro ISHPEMING, St. John the Evan- gelist: Emily Myers and Andrew Manzoline; Billie Jean Dunstan and Jason Sartorelli KINGSFORD, St. Mary Queen of Peace: Kristi Ross and Brett Epperson The Catechism of the Catholic Church states the following in regards to praying for the dead: 1032: This teaching is also based on the practice of prayer for the dead, already men- tioned in Sacred Scripture: Therefore [Judas Maccabeus] made atone- ment for the dead, that they might be delivered from their sin. From the beginning the Church has honored the memory of the dead and offered prayers in suffrage for them, above all the Eucharistic sacrifice, so that, thus purified, they may attain the beatific vision of God.610 The Church also commends almsgiving, indulgences, and works of penance undertaken on behalf of the dead. 1371: The Eucharistic sacrifice is also offered for the faithful departed who have died in Christ but are not yet wholly purified, so that they may be able to enter into the light and peace of Christ 1689: The Eucharistic Sacrifice. When the celebration takes place in church, the Eucharist is the heart of the Paschal reality of Christian death. In the Eucharist, the Church expresses hericaciouscommunionwiththedeparted: offering to the Father in the Holy Spirit the sac- rifice of the death and resurrection of Christ, she asks to purify his child of his sins and their consequences, and to admit him to the Paschal fullness of the table of the Kingdom. It is by the Eucharist thus celebrated that the com- munity of the faithful, especially the family of the deceased, learn to live in communion with the one who has fallen asleep in the Lord, by communicating in the Body of Christ of which he is a living member and, then, by praying for him and with him. What does the Catechism say about praying for the dead?

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