will be used in planning programming for the upcoming year. See the results in the May 2013
Parish Newsletter or for more information, click on these links!
May 23 8:00-8:45am Friendship Mass
8:45-9:00am School Tour following Mass
A KINDERGARTEN PLAY DAY FOR OUR LITTLE LEARNERS!
If your son/daughter is Kindergarten age (5) consider letting your child stay, May 16th 9:00-11:00am. Our Kindergarten Play Day is designed so your child can come and meet our wonderful and warm Kindergarten (K) teacher as well as some of the future K class members!
Please RSVP [email protected] and let us know if you will join us May 16 or 23rd. We welcome you to call 920.336.3230 to schedule a tour anytime.
A place of calm and peace; a spot to remember and pray. Bricks can be engraved for yourself, children, friend, relative, family, or in the name of a deceased loved one. Forms are available at the parish office or on line at www.gbres—click on financial/memorials to print a form. Please call the parish office with questions, 336-7768. All proceeds from the engraved memorial brick pavers supports the Facilities Endowment Fund at Resurrection. This order of memorial bricks will be placed in the garden this fall, orders are due by
TOUR OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
May 5th Middle School youth and families are invited to celebrate the 9:00 AM Sunday Mass at the Cathedral in Green Bay followed by a tour of the church and museum. We will learn about the beginnings and traditions of our diocese. We will meet at the cathedral. Please call the parish office 336-7768 to register by May 1st.
St Nicholas, St Rose of Lima, and St Edith Stein were just a few of the saints that visited with us at the November Faith Festival. 31 Saints or Curators were on hand to tell us their stories and our own Michael Feldman was the MC for our Saints Quiz Show. A lot of fun and learning was happening among the generations!
Dear Friends in Christ,
In the belief that young Catholics have much to say about the stewardship they exercise over their life
of faith, the International Catholic Stewardship Council hereby announces its first annual Essay Contest on Christian
Stewardship in the Catholic Tradition in order to hear and share the inspiring thoughts of young Catholic students.
The Official Essay Contest Rules are now available on the ICSC Web site. Please click here.
International Catholic Stewardship Council
First Reconciliation Sessions begin on Wednesday, October 3 Register Here!
Twenty-five people are spending 8 Wednesday nights this summer participating in the JustFaith JustMatters module with prayer, discussion and reading. One of the many facts we are learning is that the budget is a moral document.
The fourteen days from June 21—the vigil of the Feasts of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More—to July 4, Independence Day, are dedicated to this “fortnight for freedom”—a great hymn of prayer for our country. Our liturgical calendar celebrates a series of great martyrs who remained faithful in the face of persecution by political power—St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More, St. John the Baptist, SS. Peter and Paul, and the First Martyrs of the Church of Rome. Culminating on Independence Day, this special period of prayer, study, catechesis, and public action will emphasize both our Christian and American heritage of liberty. Dioceses and parishes around the country have scheduled special events that support a great national campaign of teaching and witness for religious liberty.
Resurrection will begin learning this new Mass setting by Curtis Stephan. You can find the music in the Breaking Bread hymnal #874 – #883 and listen to some parts at http://www.ocp.org/newmasssettings/newsettings/massofrenewal.