Responding to Renewal – 2017 Stewardship Campaign

The dictionary defines the word mediocre as “average, ordinary, unexceptional, run-of-the-mill.” As disciples of Jesus Christ, we are called to see that there is more to God’s plan than the ordinary business of day to day life. We are called to live each day with Christ as our guide, following his example. Every intentional, faith-centered action we take – large or small – helps to build God’s Kingdom here on earth. Pope Francis reminds us that when we follow Christ, we are on the path to holiness.

Parishioners should have received a letter with highlights of some of the good things happening here. Please respond by returning the Commitment Form with your intention to support the Parish with time, talent and treasure in 2018.

If you do not pray, if you do not talk with Jesus, you do not know him.  —Pope Francis 9/28/2013

You may be inspired by the parishioners who have stepped forward to give lay witness talks at the Masses on October 29th and November 5, 2017 — see below.  Giving witness is an expression of the good news by the parishioners. It is about how we take the gifts from God and share them with others. It is to help all parishioners think about how God works in their lives.

Leah Sealey   8am Mass,  October 29th 

Norm Smaglik   10:30am, Mass October 29th 

Chris Fulcher   10:30am Mass, November 5th  

Margaret Wiemer   6:00pm Mass, November 5th  

I hope you will prayerfully consider responding accordingly.

Blessing of peace and gratitude, Fr. Larry

Questions? Contact Carole Poth, Cluster Administrator – (414) 453-1061 ext 126