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St. Anne SUMMER JAMis Saturday, June 18. SAVE THE DATE! Raffle tickets are now available for parishioners to buy and sell. Take as many as you like to help promote our parish celebration.
RE-IMAGINING: The entire interior of the church is covered with plastic as the ceiling is painted. Once that's finished, light fixtures will be installed and flooring installation will begin. In addition some pew upholstery isues have been addressed and spandrel glass was installed in the former doorways of the east entrance. You can find more information on renovation progress and the overall church re-imagining process at stanneswausau.org.
CELEBRATING OUR RENOVATED CHURCH Saturday, June 18 - Evening Prayer, 7 p.m. - The First Worship SUNDAY, JUNE 19
DEDICATION MASS WITH BISHOP CALLAHAN
NOMINATIONS ARE BEING SOUGHT for parishioners to serve on the Pastoral Council. If you are interested and willing, you may nominate yourself, or offer the name of someone else you think would serve the parish well. Email nominations to Evie Nielsen. The Pastoral Council meets nine times a year for one hour and is the pastor’s primary consultative body on general matters of parish life. Members can serve two three-year terms.
RESPECT LIFE: U.S. Catholics are encouraged to fast and pray for life on Friday, which is the Memorial of Our Lade of Fatima. The Bishops have identified particular prayers of intercession, as well as asking people to pray the rosary. Mass will be celebrated at 7 a.m. Friday and a group of parishioners will pray the rosary after Mass.
Please be attentive - and responsive - to recent communication from Fr. Tom regarding the INSPIRED BY THE SPIRIT campaign. If you have not yet received information about INSPIRED BY THE SPIRIT, it will be coming soon.
COMMUNITY MEAL: St. Anne parishioners will serve the weekly Community Meal on Thursday, June 2. This meal is served to people who might otherwise go without a good, nutritious meal. Volunteers are needed to help prepare and serve the meal. Desserts also are needed. Learn more by contacting Chris or Dana.
NEW NEIGHBOR NEED: The refugee families our parish is sponsoring will soon have driver’s licenses and, thus, the need for cars to drive to work and other places. If you have ideas as to how we might find cars for them, send an email to our teams.
BRING YOUR RICE BOWL when you come to Mass. They are being collected in in the Gathering Space. You can also contribute online.
THANK YOU to those who contributed to our May Share Sunday collection to bene fit the Neighbor's Place.
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.
Fr. Tom encountered this flock of sheep being herded at the end of the day while he was was walking the Camino de Santiago in Spain in 2019. It's a fun video complement to last Sunday's gospel and homily.
And, here is a link to the Good Shepherd prayer that concluded this week's Quick Things video.
MASS THIS WEEKEND
> 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 LIVESTREAM: A livestream of the 8:30 a.m. Sunday Mass is offered and can be watched then or anytime after 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.