Our regular 8 a.m. Sunday presider, Fr. Joe Jagodensky, is leaving to become associate pastor of Christ King and St. Bernard. Our parish has enjoyed his provocative homilies for many years, and you can... Continue reading »
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Active participation in liturgy is one strong and positive way to remain active and involved in the faith – and that’s especially true for kids! We invite youth – boys and girls – who... Continue reading »
Unfortunately, we have to cancel for this year! If you’re still looking for exciting things to do with kids, consider the St. Sebastian PAL Summer Camps. Click here to learn more.
All parishioners received a census form in their March mailing. It’s an opportunity to update your contact information – especially if you’ve gone from a land line to mobile, or if you’ve moved. If... Continue reading »
By Carole Poth, Cluster Administrator Mark volunteers at the fish fry. Cindy is a catechist. Andrew is a youth member of the parish council. We are so grateful to be blessed with leaders, followers... Continue reading »
After several meetings and a parish forum to discuss the parish’s mission and vision, the pastoral council and strategic planning committee are pleased to announce Saint Sebastian Parish’s new mission and vision statements. Mission... Continue reading »
On Sunday, May 14, Meet Two of Our Partner Farms Recently 58 Wisconsin family dairy farms received notice that their milk contracts were terminated because of changes in Canada’s milk pricing policies. Creameries and... Continue reading »
Canning jars made by companies like Mason, Ball and Kerr withstand high heat and pressure. They’re surprisingly expensive and for small farmers making jams, salsas and pickled products, the cost of canning jars cuts... Continue reading »
Spring cleaning? Set aside your usable items for the St. Vincent de Paul Bundle Weekend on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23 at St. Catherine’s.