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MAY 6, 2018 – 6th Sunday of Easter

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MAY 6, 2018

6th Sunday of Easter

 

“As the Father loves me, so I also love you.”

 

Congratulations

to the following children who are receiving their

First Holy Communion

Today, Sunday, May 6, 2018 at the 10:00 AM Mass

 

Ilsa Denise Baker

Daughter of Bernie & Melissa Baker

James John Paul Deutsch

Son of Terry & Andrea Deutsch

Brayden Daniel DuPay

Son of Dan & Kim DuPay

Carson Isaac Flicek

Son of Joseph & Jamie Flicek

Cullen Michael Flynn

Son of Adam & Janel Flynn

Tyson Joseph Grant

Son of Jeffrey & Heather Grant

Oliver Russell Grogg

Son of Patrick & Sara Grogg

Carsten Robert Haala

Son of Brittany Haala

Elliiot Elizabeth Kling

Daughter of Heather & +Matthew Kling

Kinsley Grace Mach

Daughter of Joseph & Melissa Mach

 Grace Mary Malecha

Daughter of Kevin & Meghann Malecha

Kayla Marie Michel

Daughter of Norbert & Ashley Michel

Gianna Vita Rickert

Daughter of Joshua & Ashlee Rickert

Gabriel Allen Rynda

Son of Allen & Kimberly Rynda

Kendall Rae Schmoll

Daughter of Joseph & Rebecca Schmoll

Avery Rae Sirek

Daughter of Jacob & Wendy Sirek

Corrine Jane Skluzacek

Daughter of Ryan & Jennifer Skluzacek

Hunter Jeffrey Tuma

Son of Andrew & Jennifer Tuma

Welcome to the Table of the Lord

 

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Religionless Spirituality

 This month’s Lighthouse CD is Religionless Spirituality – Why we need the Church.

This is one of the best, and most important, Lighthouse CDs I have listened to yet.  Renowned Scripture scholar and author, Dr. Tim Gray, speaks directly to the question of “Why do we need the Church?  Can’t I just love Jesus without a church?

He offers incredible insights that make clear the role of the Church as an essential part of God’s plan for salvation.

This talk personally helped deepen my own understanding of the focus of Christ’s teachings, and his establishing the Church.

Not only does this CD increase our appreciation for the Church, but it will help you grow in your own ability to articulate why the Catholic Church is important, especially when talking with other Christians or fallen away Catholics.

You are in my daily prayers.

God bless you,

Fr. Nick VanDenBroeke