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Tim’s Topics: Grateful Giving is in Season

As always, if we familiarize ourselves with the saints, we can discover pathways to holiness by these remarkable men and women who had infused their lives with Gospel-derived values and acted accordingly, most often heroically. No matter our situation in life, there are saints who emerged from similar backgrounds, who conquered the same, seemingly intractable, … Continued

So, who is getting the vocation cup this weekend

Your Prayers Make A Difference…  The Vocation Chalice travels among parishioners and reminds us to pray for vocations. We want to thank all parishioners for receiving the chalice and their prayers. You can join in prayers for vocation and can also have the chalice at your home. To receive the Vocation Chalice: contact Claudia Sajnog, … Continued

Tim’s topics: Your gift of Talent

“Do I really have talents?” I cannot tell you how many times I have been asked that question in talking with people about stewardship. The conversation goes something like this: “Time I get. I never feel I have quite enough of it, but I understand the need to give my time for others. Treasure, too. I always … Continued

Calling All Children by Mary Kickel

Advent is upon us, and our Music Director, Chris Schaljo is working on the programming for our Christmas Concert. This year the concert takes place on Friday December 29th at 7:00 p.m. We hope that every single school aged child in our congregation sings in this concert. There is also the opportunity for children to … Continued

Don’t Start Christmas without Advent: Here’s Everything You Need to Know!

November 24, 2017 By Gretchen Filz (Sharing this article from  ©  The Catholic Company; ) WHAT IS ADVENT? Advent is the beginning of a new liturgical year for the Catholic Church. The date for the beginning of Advent falls each year on the Sunday closest to November 30th – the feast day of Saint Andrew the Apostle. Advent … Continued

Christy’s Calendar Corner: Parenting is hard and we want to help

Parenting is hard. Raising your children in the Faith is daunting. We are here to help! You’ve heard it so many times: ‘parents are the primary educators of the faith for their children’ and ‘the home is the domestic church.’ Join us for our first Parent Formation Night: Parents, You are Necessary Presented by Brad Bursa Dir. Of Youth … Continued