Pastoral Council

Pastoral Council includes six to nine parishioners who meet monthly (except during the summer) to assist and advise Father in his role as spiritual shepherd of the parish community. To this end, they seek input from parishioners, evaluate issues of concern, prayerfully reflect with Father on matters of pastoral importance, make recommendations and offer him counsel.

2019/20 Pastoral Council
Carol Gabis, Member-at-Large
Joan Dempsey, Member-at-Large
Pat Mooney, Chairperson
Ron Sabelhaus, Member-at-Large
Carol Stehlin, Member-at-Large

Ex Officio Members

Fr. Patrick McMullen, Parochial Administrator
Kelsey Schneider, Business Administrator



Faith Formation Commission


Faith Formation Commission consults with the catechetical leader in developing goals and strategies for adult, family and youth formation.  Throughout the year, the Commission holds educational events that reflect the parish mission and goals and to inspire all on our faith journey.  Small group gatherings and outside speakers and presentations offer opportunities for growth, and spiritual formation is not limited to the walls of the church.  We strive to live out our faith in every facet of parish life, within our families, in our parish community, into the neighborhood, and even by reaching out across the world in our twinning relationship.


2019/20 Faith Formation

Joe D’Angelo
Marianne Hartkemeyer
Ken Koppmeier
John Meyer
Greg Niehaus (Ex Officio Member) 




Peace and Justice Commission

Peace and Justice Commission develops a parish plan and framework for actions and decision-making that is based on Gospel values through self-study and education of parishioners on the principles of Catholic Social Teaching: 
• Life and dignity of the Human person
• Call to family, community, and participation
• Rights and responsibilities
• Options for the poor and vulnerable
• The dignity of work and rights of workers
• Solidarity
• Care for God’s creation
They help the parish community stay informed and updated on Church teaching regarding current Peace, Justice, Integrity of Creation, and Respect Life issues, and promote ways for parishioners to respond appropriately.  
They advocate for:
• Connecting justice with works of charity,
• A more communal and global awareness of problems,
• An understanding of the obligation to share the benefits of God’s creation more broadly, as they facilitate coordination of parish outreach efforts.

2019/20 Peace and Justice Members
Mike Bechtold
Mike Dempsey

Greg Niehaus (Ex Officio Member) 






Finance Commission
Finance Commission advises Father on fiscal matters of the parish; develops an annual fiscal operation plan and other strategies to meet the cost of the spiritual and educational missions of the parish. Meetings: Quarterly

2018/19 Finance
Laura Lupp

Jim Schreyer

Kelsey Schneider (Ex Officio Member)


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