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Twenty Seventh Sunday of the Year Homily

Posted on Oct 9, 2018 in Church News

Twenty Seventh Sunday of the Year Homily

  TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR 7 October 2018 Homily I suppose that a few people here remember and watched Princess Diana’s funeral. And, I suppose a few people remember and watched Mother Theresa’s funeral. I did and I was struck by the contrast in these two women who both captured the world stage. As one commentator said of the two: “Mother Theresa gave her life for the poor. Princess Diana, was a concerned tourist.” Princess Diana, was what most of us are really like, we are concerned about the poor, the needy. And, occasionally we do good things, but then we go on with our lives,...

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Fourteenth Sunday of the Year Homily

Posted on Jul 10, 2018 in Church News

Fourteenth Sunday of the Year Homily

  FOURTEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR 8 July 2018 Homily I’ve had a pretty good life. Even though I spent much of my college years being mad at God–I really didn’t want to be a priest. And I’ve spent the last few years being mad at the Church– I think we’ve taken some wrong turns, I can still say, I’ve had a pretty good life. Most people here can say that. Oh, we’ve all had broken legs and broken hearts. We’ve been sick, or buried people we’ve loved. We’ve not understood why something bad happened to us or someone we loved. But few of us have lived with constant pain–Some have, but few of us. Most...

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Thirteenth Sunday of the Year Homily

Posted on Jul 5, 2018 in Church News

Thirteenth Sunday of the Year Homily

  THIRTEENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR 1 July 2018 On Memorial Day many years ago I spent a few hours at my parents’ home. Part of that time I went on a long walk that took me out of the small town where I grew up. It was a very quiet day in Hatley. Eventually, I passed a seventeen year old who apparently had just gotten a new vehicle –one of those little pick-ups. He had the hood up and was just leaning on his elbows, looking at the engine. I yelled out “Hi!” and asked him what he was doing. “Nothing,” he said, “Just looking.” It was a very quiet day...

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Fall Festival is September 15 & 16, 2018

Posted on May 19, 2018 in Church News, Home Page Announcements, Religious Education News

Our annual Fall Festival will be on Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16, 2018. New this year is “Game Mania”!  Watch the game and buy chances to win a TV an Viking/Packer items. Other activities include a euchre tournament, BBQ chicken dinner, craft and bake sale, Connie’s Kitchen, bingo, cake walk, children’s games, treasure jars and theme baskets, Cash Mania raffle, and a live auction. Click here for more...

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2018-2019 Religious Education calendar now available

Posted on May 19, 2018 in Church News, Home Page Announcements, Religious Education News

A printable calendar for Religious Education for the 2018-2019 school year has been posted on the Religious Education page. You can also find the events on our calendar. Watch your email and this website for any updates.

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Ash Wednesday Mass Times – 2018

Posted on Feb 13, 2018 in Church News

Mass Times for Ash Wednesday, February 14, 2018 are: 8:15 AM, 4:00 PM & 7:00 PM  

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Thursdays during Lent – 2018

Posted on Feb 13, 2018 in Church News

Thursdays during Lent – 2018

Join us Thursdays during Lent for Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at 5:30 pm.  Mass will follow at 6 pm.  Then we’ll have Stations of Cross at 6:30 pm.   There will not be a morning Mass on Thursdays during this time.  This schedule is from February 15 through March 22.  There will be an exception on March 1 which will be a Communion Service instead of...

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2018 Holy Week Mass Schedule

Posted on Feb 13, 2018 in Church News

2018 Holy Week Mass Schedule

Holy Thursday, March 29 — Mass at 7 pm. Good Friday, March 30 — Service at 1 pm. Easter Vigil, March 31 — Mass at 8 pm.  (Please note:  Confessions will not be heard this Saturday at 3 pm.) Easter Sunday, April 1 — Mass at 8 am and 10...

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