Parish Cluster News and Events
September 9/10, 2017 - Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
to view this weekend's bulletin on our website.
Here are the highlights from this weekend's Bulletin and Announcements:
We are pleased to announce
that the new St. Thomas Pastoral Council members are Cory Plotts and Steve Schmitz. A special thank you to Ann Novotny and Denise Haechral for the time they served on the council.
Second collection this weekend
for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Faith Formation registrations due this Sunday
, September 10, to avoid late fee.
All men of St. Thomas
are invited for brats, hotdogs and refreshments, 7:00 pm this Tuesday, September 12, behind St. Thomas church.
Vigilate Mecum for young adults
, both married and single, ages 18-39, meets every Thursday night at Ss. Peter & Paul. This week -
The Church and the Papacy
Women Adoring Jesus at St. Thomas this Friday
, September 15, 7pm, confessions beginning at 6:30pm.
Mothers of Young Children
, groups are forming and start last week of September, meet bi-weekly.
St. Thomas is looking for someone who loves to bake
and would be willing to assist in organizing the annual Women's Club Bake Sale. This year's bake sale will be the weekend of Oct. 14th and 15th,
we can get help. If you would be willing to assist in organizing this event, or if you have any questions, please call Alice Kashmarek.
For information on the above highlights, please see this weekend's bulletin or visit our website at:
From the Pastor
I want to update everyone on our planned project to tuck point the brick exterior of Ss. Peter & Paul. While we are still raising money for the project, we have signed the agreement to start the restoration late this fall. They will be working on one section of the building at a time. They run a smaller crew through the cold months and are able to tent small sections of the building from the elements, as they go along. We don’t have an exact date for starting, but you should see signs of the work beginning, as winter approaches. I would expect the project to continue into the spring and early summer. If you have not donated to the project, please consider contributing to this needed maintenance of our beautiful church, so we can preserve it for future generations. We are currently $30,000 short of the needed $151,000 total to do the entire building.
Fr. John Gallas
Virtue of Religion
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Sent by Sherry Elsen on Saturday, September 9 at 3:00PM