Totus Tuus 2019 for Children Entering Grades 1 – 5

July 29 – August 2, 9:00AM to 2:30PM Fun, faith-building activities for children. The week includes Mass and Confessions, prayer, catechesis, playtime, fun activities, and snacks. Here are some suggestions to help your child(ren) get the most out of the week and an information sheet: Please drop off and pick up your child(ren) in the Social Hall by our Education …

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE

Holy Thursday, April 18 No 7:30 AM Mass Mass of the Lord’s Supper, 7:00 PM (bilingual/bilingüe; incense used) Adoration in the Social Hall after Mass until 10PM Good Friday, April 19 No 8:30 AM Mass Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion, 1 PM (No incense) Servicio de Viernes Santo, 3:30 PM Holy Saturday, April 20 No 4:30 PM Mass and no confessions Easter Vigil …

Helps for a Holy Advent

During Advent we prepare ourselves for the birth of Jesus at Christmas and His spiritual birth into our own hearts. Here are some online resources that can help you: Online Advent Resources http://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/liturgical-year/advent/index.cfm This is a virtual calendar that can help you fully enter in to the season with daily activity and prayer suggestions to prepare you spiritually for the birth …

Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, guidance from the USCCB

Faithful Citizenship

Voting is an important way for Catholic Christians to influence public policy. Our Wisconsin Bishops, in their July 2018 letter on faithful citizenship, call on all Catholics to form their consciences, bring the principles of Catholic Social Teaching to bear on the decisions confronting us, and face the challenges of the public square with joy and courage. To help us …

Sad News from Our Parish Family

On Tuesday, June 26, after a very long battle with lung disease, Maria Covarrubias, gave up her spirit in peace and was carried to heaven, where she is now greeted by Our Lady of Guadalupe, all the Angels and Saints, and Our Lord Jesus Christ.  Her faith has saved her.  Maria was the wife of Ismael Covarrubias, who has looked …