Saturday with the Sisters – Young ladies ages 11-14 are invited to register for a day of prayer, work, and community spent with the Filiae Laboris Mariae. The day will begin with Holy Mass at 9:00 a.m. and be followed by time spent working with the Sisters, learning about the Sisters’ daily life, and preparing and enjoying lunch together. We will also pray the Holy Rosary and some of the Divine Office. The event will conclude at 2:00 p.m. Please fill out a registration found in the back of church and return it to the parish office or to one of the Sisters. Space is limited to 10 registrants per date. There will be 2 dates offered: Saturday, January 30 & Saturday, February 13. Please indicate your preferred date when registering. Thank you!
On Wednesday, December 9th, the men of the St. Joseph’s Guild will meet, but in a NEW location. Because of the governor’s proclamation, Flaherty’s Bowl is not able to host the group at this time. Therefore, Fr. Mould will offer a special 7:00 PM Mass at All Saints followed by his planned talk – ’The Fruits of the Mass’. Some socialization will take place in the newly-insulated garages. BYOB and snacks.
All women of the parish are warmly invited to attend the Queen of All Saints Sodality meeting this coming Monday, November 16th at the church. Mass begins at 6:30pm followed by prayers to OMPH. Our talk will be given by Mother Maria Regina on Living the Total Consecration to Our Lady. There will also be light refreshments. We look forward to seeing you there!
The All Saints Homeschool Co-op is planning an evening of two different kinds of plays, and you are invited! Mark your calendar for Saturday, December 12. At 5:00 PM many of our elementary-aged students will present a Nativity Play. Later in the evening many of our older students will present several short comedic one-act plays. A meal will be served in-between. We hope you can join us!
An All Saints party is being planned for Sunday, November 8th at St. Mark’s in St. Paul from 1:00 to 4:30. Pizza will be provided. A Flocknote was sent out to determine how many might be able to come. Look for more information via Flocknote in the days to come.
Wednesday, January 22 is a National Day of Penance in the United States on account of the 47th Anniversary of the horrific Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision striking down anti-abortion laws across the country.
Pro-Life Action Ministries is leading a Prayer Rally from 8:30 – 9:30 AM at the Planned Parenthood in St. Paul.
The 2020 Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life March for Life will take place at noon on the Minnesota State Capitol grounds in St. Paul. The purpose of the March is to commemorate the 60 million+ lives lost to abortion (and the women and men who have been hurt as a result) and to call for renewed respect and protection for all members of the human family, including unborn children and their mothers.
Please pray for our March for Life participants and Fr. DiRocco making the nearly 1120 mile pilgrimage to our nation’s capital this week. They will be praying for all of us, as well. Thank you to those whose financial donations helped ensure a full bus.