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16 October 2, 2015 THE U.P. CATHOLIC DEATHS, BAPTISMS, WEDDINGS www.upcatholic.org DEATHS BRASSAW , Viola, 100, St. Sebastian, Bessemer BUCHKO , Stephen Joseph, 92, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood BUCHT , Bonnie, 76, St. Florence, Drummond Island BYKKONEN , Rita, 73, Our Lady of Peace, Ahmeek CZERNESKI , David, 63, St. Sebas- tian, Bessemer ERVA , Gerald, 84, St. Ignatius Loyola, Houghton FRAPPIER , Shirley, 80, All Saints, Gladstone HALL , Donna, 78, Holy Spirit, Menominee KIMBALL , Robert Norman, 78, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood LAFOND , Stephen, 74, Holy Spirit, Menominee LAURICH , Esther, 95, St. Michael, Marquette MAKOSKY-SACHECK , Emily, 87, St. Joseph & St. Patrick, Escanaba MCCARTHY , Elaine, 84, St. Ignatius, Houghton NELSON , Grace, 90, St. Sebastian, Bessemer OZAK , Viola, 91, Our Lady of the Snows, Hessel PETERSON , Randolph, 67, St. Mi- chael, Marquette POISSON , Rose Marie, 84, St. Joseph, Lake Linden RICHARD , John, 76, All Saints, Gladstone SPECKER , Kathleen, 88, St. Michael, Marquette SAIN , Lorraine, 83, Sacred Heart, Ewen SARGENT , Violet, 103, St. Andrew, Nahma SEYMOUR , Donald, 89, St. Anne, Escanaba TERZAGHI , Clelia L., 88, St. Paul, Negaunee URBIS , Clarence, "Jim," 77, Immacu- late Conception, Watersmeet VALLIER , Joan, 86, St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Ignace VASSEAU , John, 89, St. Michael, Marquette BAPTISMS BARK RIVER , St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: Autumn Rose Tourangeau CALUMET , Sacred Heart: Sophie Elizabeth Ruotsala ESCANABA , St. Thomas: Ella Marie Knuth; Weston John Dziergas HANCOCK , Resurrection: Samuel Kass IRON RIVER , St. Agnes: Lorenzo Mateo Bartel ISHPEMING , St. John the Evan- gelist: Gavin Devold and Ethan Fredrickson MARQUETTE , St. Michael: Michael Verbridge and Hayden Barton; St. Louis the King: Isabelle Pierce WEDDINGS BARK RIVER , St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: Carol Konkel-Derocher and Lionel (Leo) J. Peltier CALUMET , St. Paul the Apostle: Abbey Sue Mishica and Michael Dale Yeo ESCANABA , St. Anne: Bonnie Man- ninen and Darryl Leppanen GLADSTONE , All Saints: Audrey Hewitt and Jonathan Belaire ISHPEMING , St. John the Evan- gelist: Michelle Kipling and Jon Devold; Megan Gerou and Andrew Coombs; Kimberly Gischia and Paul Redding LAKE LINDEN , St. Joseph: Kaitlin Codere-Lanouette and Mark Sarazin MARQUETTE , St. Michael: Mary- anne Viola DeGabrielle and William Leslie Muter; St. Peter Cathedral: Cassaundra O'Neill and Jonathan Strolle; Alan- na Budgick and Joseph Heffron NEGAUNEE, St. Paul: Chiara Rae Alto and Mitchel Philip Cain 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 mentioned in Sacred Scripture: Therefore [Judas Maccabeus] made atonement 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 Eucharis- tic sacrifice, so that, thus purified, they may attain the beatific vision of God.610 The Church also com- mends almsgiving, indulgences, and works of penance undertaken on behalf of the dead. 1371: The Eucharistic sacrifice is also offered for the faith- ful 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 reali- ty of Christian death. In the Eucharist, the Church expresses her efficacious communion with the departed: offering to the Father in the Holy Spirit the sacrifice of the death and resur- rection of Christ, she asks to purify his child of his sins and their consequences, and to admit him to the Paschal full- ness of the table of the Kingdom. It is by the Eucharist thus celebrated that the community 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. The Catechism of the Catholic Church is available in an electronic verision at www.usccb.org/catechism What does the Catechism say? Prayer for Mourners Lord God, you are attentive to the voice of our pleading. Let us find in your Son comfort in our sadness, certainty in our doubt, and courage to live through this hour. Make our faith strong through Christ our Lord, Amen. Courtesy of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Space available - Contact Dcn. 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