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Holy Week Updates. We need some feet to wash on Maundy (aka Holy) Thursday! Please come to the Maundy Thursday mass at 7 pm this Thursday and, if you're willing, prepare to have your feet washed, in remembrance of Jesus washing the feet of his disciples on the night he was betrayed. If you'd prefer not to have your feet washed, you are still very much welcome to attend.
We'll have an all-night prayer vigil starting at 8:30 pm in the Chapel on Maundy Thursday, remembering Jesus' request to his disciples: "Stay awake and keep watch with me." Stop by any time Maundy Thursday evening.
We need a lector (reader) to do a reading at the Easter Vigil this coming Holy Saturday at St. John's Military Academy at 8:00 pm (NOT 7:30 pm). If you can do a reading at that mass, kindly contact the parish office at (262)965-3924.
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Day-time Lent series at St. Mary's
Along with our usual Wednesday evening Lent series, we're going to offer an opportunity for a day-time Lenten discussion group as well. We'll read, "Wisdom Distilled from the Daily: Living the Rule of St. Benedict Today" by Sr. Joan Chittister, OSB. We'll meet on Wednesday mornings at 9:45 am on March 8, 15, 22, 29 and possibly April 5. If you want to be a part of this group, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the parish office at (262) 965-3924.
Youth Group Mission Trip
The 2016 St. Mary's Youth Mission Trip under the leadership of Kim and Pete Jankowiak and Assistant Chaperone Meghan Hyland, traveled to Mt. Hope, West Virginia from July 10-16 . Our nine youth group members along with the Team Effort organization experienced service work, and daily evening devotions On their free day, they went whitewater rafting!
St Mary's Family Sunday School
A one hour class for kids and their parents. Kids then take some of the prominent roles during the 10:00 mass. First lesson was on the Lord's Prayer. Parents like this format and are able to learn along with their children (and perhaps teach them a bit, too). This is good family time on a Sunday morning. The first Sunday of every month is Family Sunday School. Teachers are parish member Sarah Beneker and Fr. Scott
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