Please be sure to fill out and turn in the registration forms for the School of Mary summer catechesis program, which will be conducted by the Sisters from Monday, July 15 to Thursday, July 18 from 9 AM until noon for children and youth ages 5 through 18 (Mass will be available each day).
The morning will consist of catechesis classes and some fun! On the same days and during the catechesis for the children, the priests will offer catechesis and prayer time for the parents.
Registration forms are available in the vestibule.
The Sisters will need adult helpers for the classes. The Sisters would also like to offer child care, so that parents could attend the classes as well, and need volunteers to assist with child care. If you are 17 or older and would like to help, please contact the Sisters at 612-353-6343 or by email at email@example.com.
All Saints will be pleased to host professor and author Dr. Peter Kwasniewski on Wednesday, January 9 at 7:30 PM. Dr. Kwasniewski will present Why Catholic Tradition is Not Optional or Incidental — Especially in the Liturgy . Mark your calendars now; more details to follow later in the month.
The annual Hog Raffle, Pumpkin Patch, and Bake Sale in support of the co-op will take place on Sunday, October 21. The Hog Raffle is for two half-hogs which will be processed, wrapped, and delivered in November. Tickets will be on sale following the Masses on both October 14 and October 21 at $5 each or 5 for $20, and the winners drawn on October 21. The hogs and pumpkins support local growers, so here’s a chance to go hog wild. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or to volunteer.
The All Saints’ festivities will be held on Sunday, October 28, which is also the feast of Christ the King. The 10:30 High Mass will conclude with Benediction and special prayers. A festive potluck will follow, so please bring a small dish or dessert to share. The afternoon will conclude with an outdoor procession around the block at 2:30 PM while we chant the Litany of the Saints as a public witness to our Faith; the children are invited to dress as a saint of their choice for the procession. All are invited!
Tuesday, January 15 – Sunday, January 20, 2019
Registration is now OPEN
Registration for the annual pilgrimage to the national March for Life. The fee of $460 covers: Bus transportation to D.C. and tip; hotel; 6 meals; visiting D.C. landmarks; Students for Life of America Conference; National March for Life. Pilgrims are responsible for up to 9 meals, mostly during the bus trip. Families of high school pilgrims are welcome to attend. Registration for groups will be taken on a first come, first served basis. Registration deadline is October 31 (unless it fills earlier). Group leaders can register and find many more details at archspm.org/marchforlife.