Come and visit JESUS whenever you can at the Eucharistic Adoration Chapel.
Open Hours: Sunday 2:00 PM; Wednesday 10:00 AM; Thursday 11:00 AM and Saturday 9:00 AM.
Other early hours are listed in the Chapel. To have questions answered or for more information call 612-605- 2558 or 612-781-4806. Thank you!
September 17 & 18
Start thinking about what you can do for
your Festival. Here are some ideas:
Fall Festival Raffle Tickets are at the University entrance to the Church. Buy and/or sell them. We have extras at the Rectory.
Flea Market Bring items to the garages behind the Rectory Monday thru Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. NO TV's, large furniture or clothing.
Fancy Booth - crochet, knit, carve, paint, holiday ornaments, dish towels etc.
Mystery Gifts Start collecting (searching) for donations of "mystery gifts" for people of all ages for the Parcel Post Booth. Useable items for this booth are needed. Mark the bag "Parcel Post" and bring them to the Rectory.
Bottlemania Any item in a bottle will be greatly appreciated - shampoo, hair conditioner, dish soap, pop, ketchup, bubble bath, hand lotion, deodorant, etc. Bring them during the week to the Rectory.
Volunteers - Think of where you would like to volunteer your time to work. We always need lots of volunteers.
Arts and Crafts Design a theme basket. Pick a theme - Leisure Time, Baking, Golf, etc. - and fill a basket with items relating to your theme.
Call the Rectory weekdays 612-789-7238
|THE CHURCH OF ST. PHILIP is planning the Parish's 100th year
anniversary to be celebrated in May,
2006. Former students and parishioners
are being asked to participate in this celebration by sharing stories, pictures
and involvement in the festivities. For further information contact: Carole and Bruce Humphrys, 763-427-3311; Church of St. Philip (Cindy Boggs), 612-529-3125, 2507 Bryant Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN. 55441-2116.
Today, July 17
Library open after 10:00 a.m. Mass.
Thursday, July 21
AA & Alanon 7:30 p.m. in Kennedy Hall.
Sunday, July 24
Library open after the 10:00 a.m. Mass.
|FATIMA PRAYERS AND ROSARY are recited every Tuesday after
the 6:45 a.m. Mass. All are welcome to participate.
|PLEASE CONTINUE TO SAVE ALUMINUM CANS. Bags of aluminum cans (pop or beer only)
can be put in the containers by the doors of the church or the garages behind
the rectory. Monies received from the aluminum goes towards the Continuing
Our Tradition Campaign.
|KOZLAK-RADULOVICH FUNERAL HOME is organizing a group of people to take a trip out of
Northeast to watch the talented performers
"Tamburitzans" from Duquesne University on August 11th, 2005 at
Moundsview High School. This group consists of 35 elite musicians and dancers from allover
the world performing songs and dances of Eastern Europe. The show provides an
energetic, colorful presentation of live music, song and dance that appeals to
all ages and is a great family- friendly show. Cost is $25 and includes, dinner,
show and transportation. Call 612-789-8869 to RSVP by July 22nd.
POPE JOHN PAUL II
Register to attend Pope John Paul II
Catholic School in 2005-2006: If you would like your child
to be a part of a school community where we have "faith in every
student," contact us at Pope John Paul Catholic School. Immerse your child
in a Catholic School environment that educates him/her academically and
spiritually. For more information about our school program contact us at
612-789-8851. Come and grow in Christ with us!! Give your child a quality
academic education in a values rich environment.
|THE CASTAWAYS Saturday, July 30 - St. Joseph the Worker parking lot, 7180
Hemlock Lane, Maple Grove 6:30-9:30 p.m. Listen to great music and dance under
the stars with sounds ranging from the high energy of Bruce Springsteen to the
soulful ballads of the Righteous Brothers. The nationally-known Minnesota rock
and roll band launched their careers with the 1965 hit, "Liar, Liar".
$5.00 person/$20 per family. Food offered for sale by the KC Maple Grove
chapter. Children's activities provided.