WATCH: Sunday Reflection from the JP2 Catholic University (Sixth Sunday of Easter)


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Reminder: Cemetery Clean-Up

CEMETERY CLEAN-UP Starting May 16th, we are in need of volunteers for grass trimming at the cemetery. Please bring your trimmers. Gas and line will be provided. Please contact Jim Dietsch at 715 574 2877 for details. Volunteers must be 18yrs or older to use the gas trimmers.


Men: Come join us at SS Peter and Paul at 6:00 p.m. on the 2nd Friday of every month for the Holy League Holy Hour





  

Sign of Hope in Syria: Aleppo Consecrated to Our Lady of Fatima

News from the USCCB:
Convocation of Catholic Leaders – The Joy of the Gospel in America, Taking Place July 1-4 in Orlando; Unprecedented Gathering of Catholic Bishops and Leaders from Across the Nation - WASHINGTON—This summer, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops will be convening an unprecedented gathering of diverse leaders from dioceses and Catholic organizations from across the country to assess the challenges and opportunities of our time, particularly in the context of the Church in the United States. An ongoing initiative of the Bishops' Working Group on the Life and Dignity of the Human Person, the Convocation of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of the Gospel in America, will assemble Catholic leaders for a strategic conversation, under the leadership of the bishops, on forming missionary disciples to animate the Church and to engage the culture....Read More

News from the Pope:
Pope: ‘we must ask the Lord for the gifts of love and joy' - (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has reminded believers that Jesus' love is infinite and true, unlike worldly passions that seek power and vanity. The Pope was speaking during Mass at the Casa Santa Marta during which he pointed out that the Christian mission is to give joy and that God’s love is at the core of a true Christian’s life.....Read More
News from the Church:
Sign of Hope in Syria: Aleppo Consecrated to Our Lady of Fatima 
- ALEPPO, Syria — Still reeling from the Syrian civil war, the city of Aleppo saw a ray of hope this weekend with a consecration to Our Lady of Fatima on May 13. The Mass of consecration took place in St. Francis of Assisi Roman Rite Cathedral, which is also known as the Latin Church of the Franciscans. It was presided over by the pastor, Father Ibrahim Alsabagh, and concelebrated by the bishops and priests of the city. The consecration of Aleppo took place on the 100th anniversary of the first Marian apparition at Fatima, the same day that Pope Francis celebrated the Mass of canonization of the shepherd children Francisco and Jacinta Marto at the Fatima Shrine in Portugal.....Read more

WATCH: Sunday Reflection from the JP2 Catholic University (Fifth Sunday of Easter)


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CEMETERY CLEAN-UP

CEMETERY CLEAN-UP Starting May 16th, we are in need of volunteers for grass trimming at the cemetery. Please bring your trimmers. Gas and line will be provided. Please contact Jim Dietsch at 715 574 2877 for details. Volunteers must be 18yrs or older to use the gas trimmers.


Men: Come join us at SS Peter and Paul at 6:00 p.m. on the 2nd Friday of every month for the Holy League Holy Hour





  

Father Solanus Casey — Priest, Prophet, and Porter

News from the USCCB:
USCCB President: Today’s Executive Order Begins a Process - WASHINGTON– Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has issued a response to President Donald J. Trump's executive order signed this morning. Cardinal DiNardo's full statement follows:....Read More

News from the Pope:
Pope sends video-message ahead of Fatima pilgrimage - (Vatican Radio) In a video-message released just two days before his journey the Pope said that “Just hours from my pilgrimage to Our Lady of Fatima, I find myself in a state of joyful expectation for our upcoming encounter at the house of the Mother”. I am well aware, he said, of the fact that you would like to welcome me into your homes, into your communities and into your towns as well: “I received your invitation!”.....Read More
News from the Church:
Father Solanus Casey — Priest, Prophet, and Porter 
- If you heard about a seminarian who struggled all the way through seminary, failed one language class after another, and then was ordained on the condition that he give neither doctrinal homilies nor hear confessions – you probably wouldn’t expect him to amount to much. But Bernard Francis Casey – the sixth of 16 kids from Prescott, Wisconsin – was such a seminarian. And the world is about to find out how far he went in his chosen field.....Read more

WATCH: Sunday Reflection from the JP2 Catholic University (Fourth Sunday of Easter)


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