Bulletin for the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time. We prepare to start our Gifts from the Heart Christmas gift drive, and Fr. Bart talks about how we will be supporting the work of our parish conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
Bulletin for the Solemnity of All Saints. Fr. Bart reports on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Mass attendance, as revealed by our October Count. We also describe how Gifts from the Heart and Christmas Food Baskets will change this year due to the pandemic. Finally, we remember the people we said goodbye to from our community in the past year.
Bulletin for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Bart looks ahead to the month of November with thoughts on the Communion of Saints and our relationship with all the faithful departed who have gone before us.
Bulletin for 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Letters on the Women’s Care Center and Faithful Citizenship for Catholics. Also thoughts from participants on our book discussion of The Cross and the Lynching Tree.
Bulletin for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Bart suggests ways to make the Rosary a bigger part of your life. Also, next weekend we resume regular collection of non-perishable food and personal care items. This month, the donations will go to the Lussier Community Education Center food pantry, serving the Wexford neighborhood.
Bulletin for the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time. As the seasons change from summer to fall, our focus shifts in the Church from Care of Creation to Respect for Life at all stages.
Bulletin for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time. A major election is coming up on November 3. As Catholic Christians we are called to form our consciences, study the issues and candidates, and bring our faith to bear on our choices at the ballot box. This week’s bulletin includes a compact guide from the U.S.C.C.B. to the Church’s teaching on major issues. We also prepare for the start of Respect Life Month in October and report on Catholic Charities Adult Day Center, one of our parish outreach recipients.
Bulletin for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Bart will be at the Presbyteral Assembly this week, but we will still have weekday Masses. Also, if you missed getting a copy of the Annual Report last week, you can view it at Annual Financial Report 2019-2020 or you can pick up a copy at the parish office.
Bulletin for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, plus Annual Report. Plus the Bible Timeline Study is starting, and faith Formation registration is open until September 15. Go to https://stamadison.org/re-registration/ for more information and a link to our on-line registration form. Finally, we print some thoughts on civil dialogue in this season of often-heated political debate.
Annual Parish Financial Report 2019-20. A report of the financial status of the parish for the fiscal year July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020.
Bulletin for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time. We reflect on the Season of Creation, back-to-school season in this time of Covid-19, and Grandparents. Also, faith Formation registration is open. Go to https://stamadison.org/re-registration/ for more information and a link to our on-line registration form.
Bulletin for the 21st Sunday of Ordinary Time. Fr. Bart shares a prayer to St. Monica for perseverance in difficult situations. We also share information about a group for men that is starting at STA.
Bulletin for the 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time. We have prayed so many times for an end to the Covid pandemic, and yet, six months have gone by and it is still with us. It is so easy to get discouraged. This weekend, Deacon Jerome reflects on this weekend’s Gospel reading about a persistent mother with a sick child and what we can learn from her about persistence in prayer.
Bulletin for the 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time. Our parish conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul reports on the work they have been doing during the Covid-19 pandemic. Plus we provide information on why Catholic schools matter and how you can get your questions about the Catholic Christian faith answered and maybe even become Catholic.
Bulletin for the 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time. A warning about someone impersonating Fr. Bart on Instagram. How you can help the Lussier Community Education Center keep their families afloat during the Covid-19 pandemic. And Deacon Jerome reflects on the wonderful, marvelous, fabulous, glorious food Jesus gives us so we can share with others!
Bulletin for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time. This is the last weekend to bring school supplies for our collection to help the Lussier Community Education Center provide supplies to 250 students. Also related to education, the community in Waspam, Nicaragua, sent us a note describing how our donation to them helped support the education of children in the area.
Bulletin for the 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time. This weekend, Fr. Bart reflects on St. Mary Magdalene, whose Feast we will celebrate this Wednesday at 8:30 AM. She is sometimes known as “the witness of Divine Mercy” and an “apostle to the apostles” and serves as a model for the role of women in the Church.
Bulletin for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time. We introduce our newest staff member, Deacon Jerome Buhman, who will be working with baptism and marriage preparation. And on page 4 you can find out about the new system we have installed in our HVAC system to purify the air and help keep everyone in our building healthier.
Bulletin for the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. The Healing Ministry Team reflects on their Pentecost vigil, Greg updates us on our construction progress, and we share a prayer for deliverance from the evils of racism in all its forms.
Bulletin for Trinity Sunday. Fr. Bart and the Wisconsin Bishops comment on recent protests, unjust killings, and the sin of racism. We also share information on how you can help the food pantry at the Lussier Community Education Center and an update on our construction project.
Bulletin for Pentecost. Fr. Bart reflects on Mass in a time of social distancing, Greg updates us on the progress of the construction project in the Chapel, Sacristy, and Church, and a Journey group leader talks about Bishop Hying joining her group via Zoom.