Fr. Joe Jagodensky posted a thank you on his blog. If you are interested, you may view it at: https://joejagodensky.com/2017/08/27/thank-you-st-sebastianparish/ If you missed Fr. Joe’s last, memorable homily on the 27th of August visit,
Posts in category: Prayer & Worship
As you consider your faith journey in 2017, please consider the following Holy Week dates. See complete schedule here.
Visit this site, or click here to download a legal-paper calendar as you consider your faith journey in 2016.
Immaculate Conception of Mary Holy Day Mass Tuesday, December 8 St. Sebastian – 8:15 a.m. Christmas Masses Thursday, December 24 St. Catherine – 4:00 p.m. St. Sebastian – 4:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Friday, December... Continue reading »
October 18, 2015 – In Mark’s Gospel, James and John may change their minds about sitting right next to Jesus in his glory.
Who’s the first person you usually see at St. Sebastian? Often it’s the greeter or usher, welcoming you and providing a worship aid. Hospitality ministers are the official host of the Eucharist celebration – someone... Continue reading »
The Church makes a big deal about hearing – “hear” the gospel with ears that usually hears what they want to hear. “See” the good news active in your life as though vision is... Continue reading »
He is Risen! What might it have been like for the first disciples, also filled with questions, fears and doubts, to experience Jesus as risen from the dead? What effect did that have on... Continue reading »
By Father Larry Chapman. Lent is a time of healing and conversion. Certainly the healing touch of the Lord is what we seek in our lives, and it dominates the message of Lent 2015... Continue reading »
Our beautiful piano is back in church, just in time for Lent and Holy Week. As noted earlier, Farley’s House of Pianos in Madison donated a great deal of time and effort – including... Continue reading »