Women’s Morning of Reflection at St. Adalbert Parish
Easter is quickly approaching!
Join us as we prepare for Christ’s Resurrection by following in the footsteps of Mary the mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and Veronica
9am Coffee, Tea, Light Breakfast in the Kolbe Room...
9:30am Reflection by Fr. Jim Cosgrove
11am Adoration, Reflection, and Opportunity for Confession
A free will offering will be taken to supplement the cost of this event
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Please join St. Adalbert Women’s Ministry for a weekly hour of discussion and fellowship over tea/coffee as we read John Paul II’s “Letter to Women”
This letter is an introduction to the Christian concept of woman and her indispensable role in the Church,the family, society, and the world.
This study will begin on March 21st and will be held every Wednesday for 8 weeks in the Casimir Room...
Morning session: 9am-10am or
Evening session: 6:15pm-7:15pm
On March 11th, St. Adalbert's Traditional and Schola choirs will be providing the music for the 5:30pm Sunday Mass at St. John the Evangelist Cathedral. All are welcome to join us as we enjoy this privilege of providing music for one of the Cathedral's weekend liturgies!
Our largest sin is pebble in God's ocean of Mercy. Share this video with someone you needs it. God's waiting at ALL Catholic churches tonight 5:00pm-8:00pm. It doesn't matter how long it's been, it doesn't matter what you've done. Stop holding onto your past... Feel freedom...
Do you ever think or have another ask you... "Why do I need to go to Confession? I can confess my sins to God myself"? Watch this. And don't forget, stop into ANY Catholic parish tonight between 5:00pm and 8:00pm for Confession.
Happy Birthday to our parish's Catechetical Leader Annette Klanac! 🎈🎂😄 If you see Mrs. Klanac today, be sure to wish her a happy birthday and say an extra prayer as we wish her many blessings for the upcoming year! 🙏
Just as the Lord was tempted in the wilderness, we are tempted each day. Watch out for these temptations especially during Lent.
Have you been watching the Winter Olympics this past week? Here is a great story about a nun who used to be an Olympic speed skater.