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Join BEST LENT EVER

Let’s Have Our BEST LENT EVER What would happen if you spent the next 40 days creating as many Holy Moments as possible? Join us this Lent to find out—just click the link at the bottom of the email! In fact, let’s find out what would happen if our entire parish spent the 40 days of … Read more

You are Called & Gifted!

Special invitation to those whose first language is Spanish below.  Have you ever wondered what your purpose is all about? Have you felt frustrated at times, like you may be spinning your wheels, or perhaps are feeling burned out and need some spiritual direction? This Lent, you are invited to begin a journey of discovering … Read more

What is a BREAD talk?

“I can feel a revival happening,” said Kelli Kleinschnitz, director of faith formation at Holy Saints Area Catholic Community. “I see so many examples of the Holy Spirit inspiring the faithful. That’s why when I saw this clever spinoff of a TED Talk for the Eucharist, I couldn’t help but get excited about it.”  Read … Read more

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

We are saddened to hear about the passing of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI on Saturday, December 31st. He died peacefully in his place of residence, the Vatican monastery, at the age of 95 and his last words, as recorded by his personal nurse, were “Lord, I love you.” Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI served as pope … Read more

Week of January 8, 2023

A Note From Fr. Oswaldo The Epiphany Throughout the entire history of salvation, the word manifestation is present; as a real sign of presence or proof that what has been said is true. The prophecies are not fulfilled, if what they have said is not manifested. It is also a very good way to prove … Read more

Week of January 1, 2023

A Note From Fr. Timothy The Holy Family When Christmas and its Octave Day (January 1st) fall on Sundays, the feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph gets moved from its normal celebration on the Sunday between Christmas and New Year’s to December 30th. A solemnity (like Mary, Mother of God) takes … Read more

Week of December 25, 2022

A Note From Fr. LeRoy On behalf of Fr. Timothy Gapinski, Fr. Oswaldo Roche, and myself (Fr. LeRoy Scheierl) I would like to wish all of you in our Together As One Area Catholic Community and those visitors who simply stopped by to visit us a, “Very Merry and Blessed Christmas!” My hope is that … Read more