QT CONVERSATION: Celebrating a Holy Woman If you're viewing this on your phone, this link might work better.
MORE ABOUT SISTER THEA
At left is a link to Sister Thea Bowman's legendary presentation to the U.S. Catholic Bishops in June 1989, which is referenced in this week's Quick Things video.
Here is a link to information onSister Thea Bowman Week at Viterbo University, as well as a link to the "Celebration Event" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS FOR UKRAINE
On Friday at 5:15 p.m. we welcome our neighbors from First English Lutheran Church to pray the Stations of the Cross mindful of the suffering being endured by the people of Ukraine.
This sacrament of Love, Mercy and Invitation is offered during Lent at 9 a.m. Saturdays and 5-6 p.m. Wednesdays. During renovation Reconciliation is celebrated in the Parish Library. Here is a link to a guide to the sacrament and examination of conscience.
On the first two Sundays of April we gather items for the Women’s Community. Bring donations along to Mass or drop them in the Gathering Space during the week. Learn more about this week’s beneficiary at womenscommunity.org. These are the items being requested this month: · Bottled juice · Body wash · Body lotion · Cooking oil · Tuna · Sugar · New pillows · Laundry detergent & dryer sheets · Paper towels · Toilet Paper · Hair conditioner · Single toothbrushes · Gas & Grocery gift cards.
Here's a video update on what's happening in our church. You can find more renovation photos, as well as an updated presentation on our church re-imagining project at stanneswausau.org/re-imagining.
GIVE US THIS DAYis an excellent monthly prayer resource with daily psalms, scripture, intercessions and reflection. The parish’s group discount subscription will be renewed soon, so if you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, contact Paul Hoffer for more information at. You can learn more and see a sample copy at giveusthisday.org.
HANGING BASKETS AND PATIO PLANTERS are being sold to raise funds for the summer Youth Mission Trip. Here's a link for a brochure with complete information and an order form. The order/payment deadline is March 31.
Throughout Lent we'll share in Quick Things a link to a Lenten reflection by Abbot John Classen of St. John Abbey in Collegeville, Minn.
OUR PRESENCE IS ENOUGH
Catholic writer Eric Clayton offers an essay based upon the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. A young father and husband, he is also the author of the recently published Cannonball Moments.
ALMSGIVING: Introducing CRS & Operation Rice Bowl
Rice Bowls are available in baskets at the entranceway of church. You can also contribute online.
Catholic Relief Services is on the ground assisting the more than 1.5 million people fleeing Ukraine. Here's a link to learn more about what CRS is doing and to make a contribution.
A PARABLE AND A PRAYER At right is a link to the first of our recent presentation by Fr. John Meoska, OSB, of St. John's Abbey, which was offered at the Church of the Resurrection.
At right is the third of the recent presentation, which was offered at St. Anne. The Tuesday night presentation is not available.
If you've ever wondered whether your contribution to the Diocesan Annual Appeal accomplishes anything important, read Fr. Tom's bulletin column from last week. You're contribution, whatever the amount, helps such stories to continue. You can contribute online via the link below, or by writing a check to "St. Anne Parish" with DAA in the memo line.
Click on the image to learn more about the 2021-22 Diocesan Annual Appeal and to make your contribution.
SHARING WITH THE PARISH
Parish worship and ministries depend upon the generosity of ALL parishioners. And, it couldn't be easier to make a contribution. Scheduling an ongoing contribution or making a one-time donation - is just a click away. Thanks to all who share generously with the parish.
Plans are set for another great summer youth mission trip for youth and adult chaperones! We will once again partner with Group Mission Trips and head to Grand Rapids, MI, July 2-9. Click here for registration details. Spots are limited. Why wait?
YOUR LINK FOR MASS
At left is a link to connect with this week's livestream of Mass.
> MASS IN PERSON is at 4 p.m. Saturday, 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday in McKillip Hall. > MASS ONLINE: The 4 p.m. Mass is offered online and can be watched live or anytime after that using the link at left. You can also find a link at the parish web site. Here are links to the worship aid for Sunday's Mass and the readings we'll hear at Mass. A link to this weeks worship aid will be included in the pre-Sunday email.
BEGINNING EASTER SUNDAY, the livestream of Mass will move to 8:30 a.m. Sundays.
ST. ANNE SUMMER JAM
SATURDAY, JUNE 18
Watch for more details coming soon