During the “Month of October ” the rosary only will be recited 20 minutes before Mass * Needed: Parishioners of the parish to lead the congregation in reciting the rosary. A sign-up sheet can be found on back table in gathering room. Your help in being a prayer leader (Ladies, men or young adults) in reciting the rosary would be greatly appreciated. Parishioners * Please show respect for the rosary being prayed and enter church quietly. Thank you.
Tuesday-Oct. 11 at 9 a.m. in the dining hall will be the “Tying of Fleece Quilts” for the needy in our area. We extend an invitation to come and join us, ladies or men of the parish. Please bring a scissors with you. Questions, please call Sue Mueller @ 715-659-3911
Thursday, Oct. 13 – “Chalice of Mercy in the Year of Mercy” – St. John the Baptist Parish, MarshfieldYou are invited to the annual diocesan Gospel of Life Celebration on Oct. 13. Hear the inspiring Valentyna Pavsyukova, who immigrated to the U.S. from Ukraine at the age of 18, underwent a powerful conversion and founded Chalice of Mercy, a beautiful pro-life mission to Ukraine. Valentyna will speak of God’s abundant graces in her life and mission and the latest initiatives of Chalice of Mercy. The 7:00 pm talk (parish school, lower level) will be preceded by 6:00 pm Mass at St. John the Baptist Parish, 201 W. Blodgett St. There will be a free-will offering at the talk to benefit Chalice of
Mercy. To read a feature article on Valentyna or view some short videos, visit www.diolc.org/respectlife.
The weekend of October 15th and 16th, 2016 . Representatives from Blest Art, Inc. will be selling religious items, after all the weekend masses. These items hold special value, as they are not only unique, but purchasing them helps support the Christian people, in the Holy Land. Blest Art, Inc. is not a team of merchants, rather family ambassadors for the 600 plus families working to stimulate the economy once thriving that is now troubled. This art is an invaluable way to sustain the Christian community in the Holy Land. The handiwork has been passed down from many generations. Blest Art, Inc. strives to keep this tradition alive. This company accepts all forms of payment (cash / credit card / personal checks) Check out the website: wwwblestart.com to view their wonderful items.