The primary responsibility of the parish pastoral council is to assist the pastor in directional and strategic planning, through a spirit of prayer and discernment, and to recommend goals and priorities in the shape of a long‐range pastoral plan. The parish pastoral council is advisory and consultative in that the council members cannot act apart from the pastor.
Fr. Philip Waibel O.S.B.Norm Zollner, ChairmanRene' Metteer, SecretaryKevin AmanKathy BaldwinRaeanne BarthAustin BischoffMeghan BischoffWinnie BoltonKevin GrossEmma HareAnn RavaCristo RojasJim SchaecherRon SmithDaniel Traeger
Members are appointed by the pastor for three year, staggered terms of office. The Parish Pastoral Council was constituted in January of 2004. Contact Person: Father Philip Waibel, OSB, 503. 845.2296
The primary responsibility of the parish finance committee is to assist the pastor in planning, reviewing, and recommending financial income and expenditures for all the areas of parish life. Meetings are monthly. The parish runs on a fiscal year (July to June). It is the critical function of the committee to assure the financial stability and long‐term financial health of parish finances. Additionally, because of the size and complexity of the parish buildings and properties, short term and long term maintenance assessment and planning is a necessary exercise of stewardship.sp;
Fr. Philip Waibel O.S.B.Bob FesslerJeff ForellJim HallKen KraemerFeliz MerazPete ParadisMike SchacherSharon SmithJohn VandecouveringPaul Zollner
Members are appointed by the pastor for three year, staggered terms of office. The Parish Parish Finance & Physical Plant Committee was re‐constituted in January of 2004.
The primary responsibility of the Parish Liturgy Committee is to assist the pastor in planning the celebration of the sacramnts and other liturgical services, recruiting and training qualified ministers to serve the community, discussing and evaluating the various dimensions of liturgical celebrations (e.g. music, environment, involvement, participation, etc.) and recommending ways to help make the liturgies more prayerful, beautiful, and welcoming. The appropriate documents and instructions from the Vatican and the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, as well as directives from Archbishop Vlazny and the various offices of the Archdiocese are studied for local application. The Liturgy Committee is advisory and consultative to the pastor. 3>
Fr. Philip Waibel, OSB, pastor Don Dunn Lupe Guerrero Maria Guerrero Tim Jaeger Joe Kloft Jerry Lauzon Tony Morris Carol Piatz Joe Roy Lenore Schaecher Pilar Zamora
Except for the pastor, deacon, and those whose job places them on the committee, members are appointed by the pastor for three year, staggered terms of office.
This a group of people who will work over a period of at least the next three years to:
Fr. Philip Waibel, O.S.B.Marilyn AnnenKathy BaldwinPhaedra DibalaEmma HareCarol PiatzBernadette Wagner
The "Cenerations of Faith" Committee was constituted in January of 2004. A variety of subcommittees will be formed to carry out the work of drawing up a comprehensive plan for intergenerational faith formation in the parish over the next several years. Contact person: Kathy Baldwin 845.845.2296.
Contact Person: Father Philip Waibel, OSB, 503. 845.2296
Contact Person: Sr. Dorothy Jean Beyer, OSB (503.845.2296)
Contact Person: Rosa Ibarra (503-845-4276)
St Mary Parish - A Roman Catholic Parish with a Benedictine Tradition since 1881 575 E. College Street, Mt. Angel, OR 97362 Office: 503-845-2296 Faith Formation: 503 845 4282 Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm