Sacred Heart Parish of Du Quoin, Illinois – Founded In 1857
Immaculate Conception Parish of Tamaroa, Illinois – Founded in 1890

October 02, 2022

We hope your stay in 0ur area is pleasant and enjoyable .
We pray for your safety on your return travel back home

We hope you will join us again as we continue
to discover the difference God’s love makes in our lives!
We’re blessed because you’re here!

Often we feel that our faith is weak, unable to overcome all our doubts or give us the confidence to face our trials. Jesus’ closest friends, his apostles, may have felt the same way, as today we hear them aske him to increase their faith. Jesus responds by issuing them a challenge, telling them that even a small amount of faith has the power to do great things. Let us accept that challenge today, recognizing that our faith, however uncertain, has brought us herein the first place to worship the Lord and celebrate the Eucharist.

Taking Care of Business

When we were kids, my brothers and sisters and I thought that you were not supposed to say the blessing before meals in a restaurant. You were not supposed to flaunt your faith in public. It probably had more to do with fear of being embarrassed if non-believers saw us praying. I think of that when I hear St. Paul telling Timothy, “God did not give us a spirit of cowardice but rather of power and love and self-control” (2 Timothy 1:7). All three readings mention the difficulties that people of faith will encounter, and each reading has its own way of facing those hardships.

Jesus gives the practical advice: Look at the difficulties of being a disciple as just part of your job. No servant expects to be praised by his master for doing his job. So if the Lord says I must forgive those who hurt me, or be patient with customers, or share what I have with the poor–no problem; it’s part of the job of a disciple. If someone I know is in pain, I’m there to support them. Too tired to go to church after work on a holy day? Just taking care of business.

So how do we get the strength and self-control to roll with the punches? Paul reminds us in the second reading to stir the gifts of the Spirit into flame. If you take time to pray every day, if you look for God in other people, if you see difficulties as your share of the cross–you’ll find those gifts of faith, power, love, and self-control beginning to grow stronger inside.

We can trust that this is more than just wishful thinking by going to the first reading. When the prophet cries out for help with the misery and violence in the world, he hears God’s promise that the vision (of hope for deliverance) will be fulfilled even if it seems to be delayed. We too hear that promise when we start to get discouraged, for God’s promise “will not disappoint” (Habakkuk 2:3).

Tom Schmidt, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.


Give Thanks by Giving Online

Don’t Forget, Gift to Sacred Heart & Immaculate Conception Are Tax-Deductible

You Don’t Have to Take a Rain Check on Your Offertory Support

Even when the weather is bad and you can’t make it on Sunday, you can fulfill your Offertory support! With ParishSOFT Giving, you can give from anywhere and even set up contribution in advance. This creates a safer flow of cash for Sacred Heart and Immaculate Conception because we know when we can expect your support, and it allows you to participate in giving even when you cant make it here.

Sacred Heart and Immaculate Conception now provides online giving
through software called ParishSOFT Giving. This is a convenient and safe way to make a onetime or recurring donation. Getting started is easy—
just click the Online Giving link on the top bar.

All parishioners will first click on the Fund button and make a selection from the drop down menu. For weekly envelopes,  select PARISH.  A SUB FUND button will open.  When you click on the Sub Fund button, another drop down menu will appear and you will find ENVELOPE and a few more choices. Parishioners of Sacred heart will select ENVELOPE for weekly gifts. Parishioners of Immaculate Conception will find an ’Immaculate Conception’ link further down in the drop-down window, you will select that so your gift will be for Immaculate Conception gifts. Immaculate Conception parishioners will only be able to do online giving for the weekly envelope.

When you participate, your gift will transfer directly into the appropriate parish bank account. You won’t have to remember to write a check or stop by the ATM on Sundays! If you manage your bills online, why not give to your church online? It’s safe and secure, and you decide exactly when your gift is made and where it goes. 

If you have any questions please feel free to call the office and we will help you!

Sacred Heart

Saturday, October 1 – Weekday

4:00 – 4:30 pm Confessions
5:00 pm Mass Intention

  • Elmer Mohr by Lisa
  • Juanita Ray by The Crain Family
  • Dorothy Prusacki

Sunday, October 2

8:00 am Rosary
8:00 – 8:15 am Confessions
8:30 am Mass Intention

  • Danny Kowzan by David & Susan Robinson
  • Brandon Lowe by Al & Sharon Martin
  • Loretta Schneider by Betty & Brenda

Monday, October 3 – Weekday
7:00 am Prayer Service

Tuesday, October 4 – Weekday
Saint Francis of Assisi

7:00 am Rosary at Sacred Heart

Wednesday, October 5 – Weekday
Saint Faustina Kowalska, Virgin; Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, Priest

5:30pm Prayer Service

Thursday, October 6 – Weekday
Saint Bruno, Priest; Blessed Marie Rose Durocher, Virgin

7:00 am Prayer Service

Friday, October 7 – Weekday
Our Lady of the Rosary

7:00 am Mass Intention

  • Elmer Eugene Kellerman by Al & Sharon Martin

Saturday, October 8 – Weekday
4:00 – 4:30 pm Confessions
5:00 pm Mass Intention

  • Fr. Clem Dirler by Gina & Joe Cushman
  • Eugene Majarocon by Tony & Tess Jones
  • Annette Hart by Sacred Heart Quilters

Sunday, October 9

8:00 am Rosary
8:00 – 8:15 am Confessions
8:30 am Mass Intention

  • Stan Wheatley by Betty & Brenda
  • Brandon Lowe by Tom & Chris Kelley
  • Joe Sammovigo by Campanella & Rice Families


Do you have someone who would like a visit?

Parish Priest and Ministers of the care visit those who are homebound, nursing home residents and hospital patients.

If you or someone you know would like a visit please contact the rectory 542-3423.

Sacred Heart

Ushers for month of October

Tony Jones, Harold Calderon, Paul Martin

Joe Lane, Steve Marek, Tim Cobin

Saturday, October 8 – 5:00 pm

Altar Servers: Isla Calderon & Maggie Kellerman
Lector: Kathy Krisfaluzy
Extraordinary Ministers: Priest, Kathy Krisfaluzy

Sunday, October 9 – 8:30 am

Altar Servers: Ethan & Adam Bathon
Lector: Chuck Smith
Extraordinary Ministers: Priest, Kelly Paxton

Money Counters – October 10

Patty Reaves & Kathy Scaglione

Saturday, October 1
Second Collection – Social Justice
Rolling Dumplings at Haffner Hall
9 am – Noon – St. Joseph Thrift Store open
9:30 am Pickleball at gym

Sunday, October 2
11 am – 2 pm Chicken & Dumpling Dinner

Monday, October 3
8:00 am – 12:00 pm Quilting at Haffner Hall
9-11 am & 5-7 pm St. Joseph Thrift Store Drop off

Tuesday, October 4
8:00 am – 12:00 pm Quilting at Haffner Hall
9 am Ministerial Alliance meeting at Velocity Church
7:00 pm KC meeting

Wednesday, October 5
7 am – 5 pm Eucharistic Adoration
8:30 am Pickleball at gym
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm PSR Class: Prayers- Rosary

Thursday, October 6
9 am – 4 pm St. Joseph Thrift Store open
Choir Practice
6:00 pm RCIA at Haffner Hall – Trinity, Faith & the God Who is Love

Friday, October 7

Saturday, October 8
9 am – Noon – St. Joseph Thrift Store open
9:30 am Pickleball at gym

Sunday, October 9

Immaculate Conception

Saturday, October 1 – Weekday

Sunday, October 2

10:00 am Mass Intentions

  • Sponsors of CES
  • David Tomaszewski by Bernard & Rita Winkeler
  • Fr. Carl Kabat OMI
  • Sam Hiller by Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wesolah

Monday, October 3 – Weekday

Tuesday, October 4 – Weekday
Saint Francis of Assisi

7:00 am Rosary at Sacred Heart
No Mass at St. Bruno

Wednesday, October 5 – Weekday
Saint Faustina Kowalska, Virgin; Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, Priest

Thursday, October 6 – Weekday
Saint Bruno, Priest; Blessed Marie Rose Durocher, Virgin

Friday, October 7 – Wednesday
Our Lady of the Rosary

Saturday, October 8 – Weekday

Sunday, October 9

  • Bill Harris by The Harris Family
  • Jeff Liggett by The Harris Family


This Sunday – September 25th – We will be having our fun filled parish picnic right after mass. Meat will be provided, please bring a covered dish. Hope to see you there!

Immaculate Conception

Ushers for the Month of October

Dan Robinson & Jim Majewski

Sunday, October 9

Altar Servers: Emily & Izzi Baggett
Lector: Tiffany Kujawa
Sweet Treats: Brenda Niedbalski


1. Office Hours: Thursdays from 8AM to 2PM – When office is closed, please call 542-3423 (Sacred Heart) for assistance.

2. Planned Giving: Would you consider Immaculate Conception Church in your will or trust? Do you have an insurance policy that no longer fits your needs? You can donate it to Immaculate Conception Church and receive tax benefits as well as the satisfaction of helping the future of our parishes.

IC Parish Hall Rental Rates

$25/hr – Parishioner
$40/hr – Non-Parishioner
$100 deposit – returned after event if no damage.

Confession at Immaculate Conception

Confessions will be heard in the flower room west of the altar either before or after mass. Please wait in the room for Fr. Carl. If he does not see you, please alert him that you are there for confession.

Parish Registration Update

Letters along with a registration form will be mailed / or handed out at church to each parish family who currently has a contribution envelope.

We are updating our parish registration system and this will help the office by filling out the forms to get all of the correct information into the new system. Please return them as quickly as possible. This will be a project that will take some time to complete, but once it is finished it will make sacramental information, contributions, reports, etc. easier to maintain.

Thanks in advance for getting your forms back to the office in a timely manner so we can get the information entered and completed by the end of the year.

Please Pray For . . .

Nursing Home:  Lynn Finn, Connie Horst, Shirley Forys, Rosalea Prusacki, Anna Roberts.

Sick: John Dale, Jim Getzie, Joan Kowalski, Terry Chastain, James Feger, Dorothy Alongi, Steve Porter, Matilda Harsy, Chris Kelley, Mary Iffert, Larry Hutson, David Martin, Bob Stewart, Helen Polcznski, Agnes George, Edna Bailey, Marian Whitson, Ricky Farmer, Lindon Paxton, Cassie Chambers, Margie Quillman, Shelly Page, John Yeo, Joan & Ed Coleman, Lonnie James, Devoney Alvis, Janice Johannes, Bill Poiter, David Harsy, Lindsey Collins, Dorothy Bailey, Wally Franklin, Wanda Schleper, Tom Roznowski, Tom Helmer.

Military Personnel: Col. Aaron S. Cowley, SSgt. Jordan Keller, MGSgt (ret.) Thomas D. Sims, Sgt. Derek S. Sims, SCPO (SS/AW) John Kelley, SPC Mark Yanez, PV2 Jared Albers, Lt. Col. Carly Sims, Sgt. 1st. Cl. Caleb VanVoorhis, SSgt Tyler Jeffers, Lt. Col. Andrew Martin, USAF Airman E-1 Hunter Hill, Master Sergeant & Medical Intel. NCOIC Terry E. Chastain Jr., Nick Depyatic (Airforce), Garrison Alvis (Marines), Capt. Jeremy Roznowski Airborne Army Ranger, Shyanne Roznowski Medical Tech.

Groups News:

PSR Beginning!

It’s not too late to come to PSR class! Registration is in a link with the online bulletin and registration forms will be in the back of the church. If you have any questions please Janet Hayden at 618-318-2674


Funeral Dinner Committee

Parishioners will be called for making food dishes and working. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. If you would like to help or contribute any time, please call:

Theresa Swain: 775-934-6366
Patty Reaves: 618-357-1321
Rita Riggio: 618-571-2132
Barb Craft: 618-571-4562
Cyrilla Prusacki: 618-542-3422


A new school year is upon us. Sacred Heart will again participate in the DuQuoin Weekend Warrior program. This consists of buying items, packing bags, and delivering to the school weekly. Teachers pass these bags out on Fridays to children that qualify.

Thank you to those who have volunteered in the past. If anyone cannot help this year, please contact us so we can remove you from the schedule. If we do not hear from you we will assume you can continue to help.

Once again thank you for all your help.
Allen and Patty Reaves (618)357-1321

If you need more post-cards or stamps, call Doris. We could use more volunteers also. Please contact Doris Rottschalk if interested in helping or for more information at 618-542-4080 or rottschalk@frontier.com.

Mother Teresa Cursillo Fourth Day group will meet the 3rd Tuesday of the month.
Meeting is at 12:15 pm at Haffner Hall.

Are you Searching for something more…

Christianity isn’t simply a philosophy for life – the center of Christianity is a person. In this week’s lesson, we will look at the life of Jesus and what he came to do. Ultimately, we need to decide if Jesus really was who he said he was. We can’t sit on the fence. Because if Jesus really was who he said he was, we need to make him the Lord of our lives, and everything changes. Come join us in adult faith formation this Wednesday, September 28th, after the 5:30 Mass. We will meet in Haffner Hall, where we will watch a short video from Formed, and then discuss how Jesus affects our life stories. Anyone, high school age and above, we would love for you to join us. Hope to see you there.

Are you, or do you know of someone who is interested in learning more about the Catholic faith?

Sacred Heart/Immaculate Conception and St. Bruno’s will begin classes for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults on Thursday October 6th. These classes meet weekly from October through April. You do not have to join the Church. You can just find out more about Catholic faith. If you are interested, please contact Christine Kelley at 618-559-6581.


When the Church speaks of the “Real Presence” she means “the whole Christ is truly present, body, blood, soul, and divinity, under the appearances of bread and wine – the glorified Christ who rose from the dead after dying for our sins. (The Real Presence of Jesus Christ is the Sacrament of the Eucharist, USCCB, 2020). To experience the Real Presence at our parish, we have Eucharistic Adoration every other Wednesday (watch the bulletin for dates), and the church handicap door is open weekdays until 4 pm for anyone who would like to visit the Real Presence of Christ in the Tabernacle.

Weekly News:


When a priest celebrates Mass each day, he offers each celebration of the Eucharist for a particular person, or intention. By doing so he applies special graces from God upon that person or intention.

Would you like to offer a mass for someone special? If so, please contact Kelly at the office: 542-3423 (except Thursday’s, call 496-5867). Mass intentions are $10 per person.


It is important to be registered in a parish so sacrament information can be logged and available for reference for any life event that occurs. Please pardon the oversight if you have not been receiving envelopes, or if there has been a life event (new to the parish, marriage, births, new addresses etc.) that we are unaware of. Give the office a call at 542-3423 and we will get you back on the registry and will answer any questions you may have


We are now open on Saturdays from 9 am until noon! We are always needing workers – if you are available to have a good time and like to experience how our faith is working in the community, please consider volunteering to help out!


Monday – October 3
9-11 am Sondra Kuberski & Theresa Swain
5 – 7 pm Doris Kern & Peg Pursell

Thursday – October 6
Store Workers: Don Schutt, Mary Riggio, Karen Simion, Carol Bastien

Saturday – October 8
Store Workers: Don Shutt, Mary Riggio, Rex R, Molly Kern, Elizabeth Benson

If you are interested in volunteering to help please contact Devoney Alvis at 618-790-3976.

Thank you in advance for your willingness to make this work of charity a success!

St. Joseph Thrift Store
110 W. Main St.
Phone 618-414-8472 or parish office 542-3423



The Belleville Diocesan Council of Catholic women will host its annual convention on October 12 at St. Bruno Parish, 204 North Gordon, Pinckneyville. Registration begins at 8 am in the Columbian Club (K of C Hall). Join the ladies as we reflect on “One Bread, One Body”. Speakers will be Bishop Michael McGovern(10 am) and Rev. Joseph A. Brown, SJ (2 pm.) Bishop Michael McGovern will celebrate Mass at 11 am.

Cost of the convention is $20 if paid by Sept. 27 or $25 after Sept. 27 and at the door. Cost of the lunch is included. Registration forms are available from your Sodality president or parish secretary. Complete the registration form and mail to Joan Derringer, 7781 Oakdale Road, Ellis Grove, IL 62241 Questions call 618 -534-6697.

The 2022 Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal Go and do likewise… Luke 10:37

YOU have the opportunity to support the six men who have answered “YES” to God’s call to serve in the Priesthood of Jesus Christ in our Belleville Diocese. The annual cost for each of our seminarians is approximately $48,000. Funding from The Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal helps support the expenses of our seminarians and Vocation Office; your pledge or one-time gift is truly an investment in our faith and the life of the Church here in southern Illinois. Please continue to pray for vocations and consider making your gift today!

Join the Carbondale Life Chain Sunday October 9 — 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Join in an hour of peaceful and prayerful witness for the Unborn. Gather at St. Francis Xavier Church, 303 S. Poplar Street, to line up along Walnut Street (eastbound Hwy 13) Signs will be available.

Blessing of the Harvest

All are invited to the Diocesan Fall Blessing of the Harvest, which will be held on Friday, October 21, 2022, at 1:00 P.M. at the Roan Farm located at 7970 Primrose Road, Venedy, IL 62214.

Those attending are invited to bring harvested grain, fruit and vegetables and garden produce in sealed, marked containers along with animals and farm machinery to be blessed. Pandemic health and safety protocols will be in place. Your are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items to be donated to the local food pantry. We look forward to having you join us!

“Farm Blessing” signs will lead you there.


Keep the Faith growing in Southern Illinois! Subscribe today to the Messenger, the Catholic Newspaper of the Diocese of Belleville.

To subscribe www.bellevillemessenger.org or call 618-233-8670.

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Bishop Michael McGovern will celebrate Mass at the Cathedral of St. Peter on Sunday, October 9, at 5:00 PM. Although it is a regularly scheduled Cathedral Mass, the Bishop encourages the Diocese’s Young Adults to attend. Following this Mass, Young Adults (ages 18-29) are invited to the Undercroft for a social with the opportunity to engage in conversation with the Bishop.

JustFaith Catholic Program Offered on Zoom! Faith and Poverty:

A Biblical Response Through Catholic Social Teaching 9 Consecutive Mondays Starting Oct. 3, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

This program explores God’s call to respond to poverty in our local communities. Participants explore these two questions:

1. What tools does my Catholic faith have to offer regarding huge questions around poverty and injustice

2. In light of poverty and other forms of human suffering, what is the Good News of the Gospel?

This small group program will take place on zoom and will be facilitated by CCHD intern Tyler Timm. The program consists of deep prayer experiences, input from readings and videos, speakers, and group discussion using tools for respectful dialogue. The program was created by JustFaith Ministries is partnership with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

A suggested individual cost for the program is $35 and the purchase of one book for as little as $6 used. For financial assistance, contact Cheryl Sommer, Catholic Campaign for Human Development Diocesan Director at cchddiobelle@gmail.com or 618-624-2838. For more information on the program go to justfaith.org/faith-and-poverty-a-biblical-response-jfc/. Register justfaith.org/faith -and-poverty-a-biblical-response-st-louis-fall-2022-small- group-catholic/


Our annual Chicken and Dumpling dinner is today – October 2nd! This years dinner is a drive through only. We are selling quarts of dumplings for $12 and the meal $17 (meal includes 1 qt. dumplings, 1 pint each of corn & green beans). Drive up is in front and back of Haffner Hall from 11 am – 2 pm. Looking forward to seeing you there!


Our Annual Quilt & Cash Bingo is on Sunday October 16th. It is now time to sell raffle tickets. Our Bingo and raffle are our main money maker for the year so please do your part in helping out. We appreciate it. Thanks to everyone who has donated a quilt for our Quilt Bingo. We now have enough, if anyone still wants to donate something for our small raffle, please bring it to church, or bring it on Bingo day.

Remember ladies we will be asking for soups and desserts for that day, and anyone who would like to help on bingo day would be appreciated.

210 N Gordon St
Pinckneyville, IL 62274
(618) 357-8276

* Link to school lunches in September
* September 26th= Iowa Testing Starts


The School is selling used MacBooks for $200 each. Call the school if interested.

Little Caesars Pizza packets 

. . . will be going home with students this week. Find any St. Bruno student family to place an order or call the school office.

Are you crafty? Handy? Have a service? Or just want to help? We are seeking donations for our Annual school auction. If you would like to donate something to our auction, please contact the school, Heather or someone else from the school! Almost anything works, handmade items, themed baskets, supplies, monetary donations, gift cards (we have a great gift card program), services you provide.

We will also be having a DELICIOUSLY TEMPTING dessert auction if any of you confectioners would like to donate a special creation for that, please contact Angie or the school!

And lastly, mark your calendars for November 5th and join us at the Columbian Club for our BLUE JEAN BALL!!

Blue Jean Ball St. Bruno’s
17th Annual Dinner and Auction

Saturday, November 5th at the CC Hall Doors open at 5:30pm with Cocktails/ Appetizers 6-7pm Blessing & Dinner, 8:10-8:30 Silent Auction Sections Close, 8:30pm

Live Auction Begins
We Need Help preparing for this event! We are asking for gift cards or basket donations for the silent auction as well as donations for the desserts (sweet treats) Table. Call Heather Perkey with any questions (618)318-2160


“The witness of our Blessed Mother invites us to become more aware of the needs of pregnant and parenting moms in our own parishes and communities… Following Mary’s example, we can ask ourselves how to better know these mothers, listen to them, seek understanding, and help them obtain the necessities of life for themselves and their children. How can we, like the Blessed Mother, lovingly support mothers in welcoming and caring for God’s gift of life?”

USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities Respect Life Reflection: “Called to Serve Moms in Need”

“God inscribed in the humanity of man and woman the vocation of love and communion. Love is therefore the fundamental and innate vocation of every human being.” – St. John Paul II


Bishop Michael McGovern will host three St. Andrew Dinners this fall for young men interested in learning more about the Catholic priesthood. All young men ages 14-32 are invited to attend; parents or guardians are also welcome.

Sunday, November 6 at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Newman Center
(This event will begin with their regular Sunday evening Mass at 5:15 PM)

Sunday, November 20 at St. Mary Parish in Chester at 5:00 PM

Sunday, December 4 at Holy Childhood Parish in Mascoutah at 5:00 PM

These are terrific opportunities to hear some of our seminarians speak about preparing for the priesthood; there will also be time for questions and conversation with Fr. Joel Seipp, Vocation Director. For more information, or to RSVP, please contact Ms. Patti Warner in the Vocations Office at (618) 722-5043, or email to: pwarner@diobelle.org.

Parish Staff
for both Churches

Reverend Carl Schrage
– Pastor of
Sacred Heart Church
Immaculate Conception

Kelly Paxton
– Secretary:
Sacred Heart
Immaculate Conception

Tony Kellerman
– Maintenance:
Sacred Heart
Immaculate Conception

Cara Alongi – 618-201-0699
– Parish Council President
Sacred Heart

Jamie Schrader – 618-318-3900
– Parish Council President
Immaculate Conception

Janet Hayden
– Coord. of Religious Education
Sacred Heart & Immaculate Conception

Krista Piotrowski
– Youth Minister
Sacred Heart & Immaculate Conception

Parish Contact Information
for both Churches

17 N. Walnut, Du Quoin, IL 62832
Rectory Phone – 618-542-3423
Rectory Fax – 618-542-5061

Email – sacredheartduquoin@gmail.com

Sacred Heart Catholic Church:
100 West Main St., Du Quoin, IL 62832
Phone – 618-542-3423
Haffner Hall rental – 618-542-3423

Haffner Hall Phone – 618-542-2285
16 N. Walnut, Du Quoin, IL 62832
Parish Council President – 618-542-6298

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
533 W 2nd North St, Tamaroa, IL 62888
Phone – 618-496-5867

Immaculate Conception Hall rental
– 618-496-5867
Parish Council President
– 618-559-1078

– Suzanne McCrary

Parish Notes:

RECONCILIATION: See Mass Schedule or anytime by appt.
BAPTISM: During weekend Masses by appt. Must be a registered member and attend baptismal preparation session.
MARRIAGE: At least six months prior notification to the pastor.
HOLY MASS: See Mass Schedule