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www.upcatholic.org THE U.P. CATHOLIC DEATHS, BAPTISMS, WEDDINGS November 27, 2015 13 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 DEATHS BAL, Antoinette, 96, St. Agnes, Iron River BOROWSKI, Elaine Marie, 76, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood BOWEN, Jerry, 58, St. John the Evangelist, Ishpeming BROW, Helen, 76, All Saints, Gladstone DALBECK, Lois Jean, 66, Immacu- late Conception, Wakefield DELLANGELO, Charles, 95, St. Agnes, Iron River DELLICH, Lillian, 89, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood EADE, Cheryl, 66, St. Anne, Escanaba FARTHING, James, 75, Resurrec- tion, Menominee GLOVER, Bonnie, 74, St. Anne, Escanaba GEMBOLIS, Rosemary, 66, Immac- ulate Conception, Wakefield HARRIS, Edwin, 64, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Bark River HUMES, Michael W., 51, St. Ignati- us, Houghton LEPPANEN, Eileen, 91, St. Christo- pher, Marquette MCDONOUGH, Nancy, 77, St. Anne, Escanaba MEYERS, Kitty, 64, St. Christopher, Marquette MITCHELL JR., Arthur "Art," 87, Immaculate Conception, Iron Mountain NAULT, Lynn Marie, 52, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood NIEMI, Edward, 54, St. John the Evangelist, Ishpeming SIMMONS SR., James Joseph, 90, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood SOMMERS, William, 97, Immacu- late Conception, Wakefield TEMPLER, Joseph John, 91, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood VANDERLEEST, Tara, 39, All Saints, Gladstone VERBOS, Mary Ann, 90, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood BAPTISMS BARK RIVER, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: Colt David Ashby; Wade Joseph Haeusler CRYSTAL FALLS, Guardian Angels: Joseph Zaupa ESCANABA, St. Anne: Levi De- Grand; Vivienne Delvaux ESCANABA, St. Thomas the Apos- tle: Weston John Dziergas GLADSTONE, All Saints: Godoveo Johnson-Nieto; Josalyn Meyette; Jackson Meyette HOUGHTON, St. Ignatius Loyola: Mia Alexis Kirkish IRON MOUNTAIN, Immaculate Conception: Luca Cory; Elliana Cory; Lyndi Burrell IRONWOOD, Our Lady of Peace: Alex Jorge Cruz ISHPEMING, St. Joseph: Jordyn Neaves; Evan Sibley KINGSFORD, St. Mary Queen of Peace: Frederic Husing LAKE LINDEN, St. Joseph: Ga- brielle Sharon Hodges; Sedrick William Gray; Wyatt Joseph Curto MARQUETTE, St. Louis the King: Violet Louise Zambon; Grant Kretovic; Blake Beres; Calvin Clegg; Henry Gerlach; Isabelle Pierce; Carly Ogle; Asher Hag- erty MARQUETTE, St. Michael: Madilyn Thiel; Annika Ylkanen; Sonja Ylkanen MARQUETTE, St. Peter Cathedral: Rosemary Talley; Greyson Noble NEGAUNEE, St. Paul: Camille Jeannette Pascoe NORWAY, St. Mary: Logan Nathan- iel Masterson; Eleanor Susan Pastor; Milo Richard Meneghini SPALDING-HERMANSVILLE, St. John Neumann: Bryer Wolsker; Rylin St .John; Zoey Blahnik; Maverick Mott; Sophia Kleiman VULCAN, St. Barbara: Kamden Robert Kraemer WELLS, St. Anthony of Padua: Nicholas Joseph LaMarch WEDDINGS BARK RIVER, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: Sherry Klein and Chris Godfrey; Cassandra Strem and Brian Kleiman; Morgan B. Delveaux and Brock J. Smith; Brook Breanne Crabb and Brock James Mercier CRYSTAL FALLS, Guardian Angels: Kristine Robinson and Jason Rivard GLADSTONE, All Saints: Holly Richer and Jacob Berlinski HANCOCK, Resurrection: Caitlin Margaret Rose and Joshua Michael Van Straten IRONWOOD, Our Lady of Peace: Amanda Jean Solors and Clinton Raymond Gustafson ISHPEMING, St. John the Evangelist: Anna Nurmela and Christopher Page; Jonel Filizetti and Marcus Nelson MARQUETTE, St. Peter Cathe- dral: Patricia Furlong and Steven Davis RUDYARD, St. Joseph: Blythe Ward and Lance Tremblay; Maria Meehan and Eric Becher SOUTH RANGE, Holy Family: Paula Ann Jack and Pedro Apo- lonio Villa; Nicole Ellen Little and Don Keith Verran SPALDING-HERMANSVILLE, St. John Neumann: Megan Beau- champ and Jordan Hafeman; Kristin Johnson and Jared Triest; Nicole Pavlat and Justin Dom- browski; Connie Draze and Ron Wells VULCAN, St. Barbara: Liane Dunn and Donald Arnold BY DEACON THOMAS FOYE THE DIOCESE OF MARQUETTE The department of divine worship for the Diocese of Marquette has compiled these brief catechetical reflections on aspects of the Holy Mass. This is the second part of the nine part series. The reflections are also available for parish bulletins, visit www. dioceseofmarquette. org/divineworship/ understandingmass. The first article in this series re- ferred to the seven sacraments as the most powerful way of having a person- al encounter with Jesus. We all have expe- rienced the sac- raments but few have a good under- standing of them. While we know what each of the seven is named, do we know what makes them a sacrament? What is the common thread that binds them together as sacraments? The Catechism of the Catholic Church, defines a sacrament as an effica- cious sign of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us through the work of the Holy Spirit. (1210) That is a great deal to digest! I find a defi- nition by Karl Rahner, S.J. more helpful. He says sacraments are all, visible signs that participate in invisible realities. A personal encounter with Jesus is one of these invisi- ble realities. We can only see these invisible realities with eyes of faith. As St. Paul says, We walk by faith, not by sight. (2 Cor 5:7) This is one of the difficulties in understand- ing the sacraments. The realities they produce are invisible but we still participate in them. They do not simply indicate or point to other realities but allow us to actually be part of or take part in other invisible realities. An example of an invisi- ble reality that we all take part in is love for another person. We cannot see love but we can feel it and know that it exists beyond any doubt. Some invisible realities are feelings while others are events or places. Examples of invisible realities within the Mass include the Last Supper, Jesus' death on the cross, the Supper of the Lamb and the Mass in heaven with the angels and saints. We participate in all of these invisible realities whenever we attend Mass, the celebration of the Holy Eucharist. The remaining articles will discuss our participation in these realities as well as others. Understanding the Mass: Invisible realities

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