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Church of the Home for Saturday, May 13

Celebrating Mothers

Mother’s Day is a wonderful opportunity to highlight the beautiful vocation of motherhood. It calls us to cherish the gift of life that we receive from our mothers and to pray for all women to whom God has entrusted life in a very special way. For many of us, our mother's were our first tangible encounter of sacrificial love.

John Paul II’s 1988 apostolic letter Mulieris Dignitatem - On the Dignity and Vocation of Women discusses the vocation of women to both biological motherhood and spiritual motherhood. Even women who are not called to be physical mothers can live out a rich a beautiful spiritual maternity.

As we pray in thanksgiving for the gift of mothers, we remember mothers experiencing difficult pregnancies and pray they may find support and encouragement in choosing life for their children. While Mother’s Day is not a liturgical or Catholic observance, many parishes still use this holiday to honor and pray for mothers.

The month of May has traditionally been dedicated to Mary, Mother of Jesus. Mary is the perfect example of motherhood, and is the mother entrusted to all of us by Christ at his crucifixion. Mother’s Day provides an opportunity to pray for mothers while honoring and seeking the intercession of Our Blessed Mother. It is a fitting day to ask God’s special blessing on all mothers.

A Mother’s Love

There are times when only a mother’s love Can understand our tears, Can soothe our disappoints And calm all of our fears. There are times when only a mother’s love Can share the joy we feel When something we’ve dreamed about Quite suddenly is real. There are times when only a mother’s faith Can help us on life’s way And inspire in us the confidence We need from day to day. For a mother’s heart and a mother’s faith And a mother’s steadfast love Were fashioned by the angels And sent from God above.

– Author Unknown

Ways to Make Mother’s Day Special


  • Pray for the Mothers in your life. Ask God for continued blessings upon them. Pray for her strength and peace.

  • Stop in the Church and light a candle for your Mom.

  • Attend Mass on Mother’s Day and invite your Mom to join you!


  • Communicate with the special Mothers in your life.

  • Call, Facetime, Zoom…whatever it takes to wish them a special day. Let them know of your appreciation, and how much you love them!

  • Search for your favorite sentimental photos or memories. Share the photos or video collage with your Mother or post on social media.

  • Reach out to Mothers who have lost children. Pray for their strength, healing and peace.


  • Plan a special meal for your Mother. Take care of the dishes after :)

  • Make your Mother’s favorite meal or treat and deliver it to her in person!

  • Order dinner from your Mother’s favorite restaurant.

  • Eat your meal together …plan a time to eat together and enjoy conversation over a meal.


Join us for Mass this weekend in person at 4:00 PM on Saturday, 8:30 or 10:30 AM on Sunday, on, our YouTube channel, and our Facebook page.



With the help of the Holy Spirit, we are ready to begin. We have everything we need to speak, serve, forgive, challenge, comfort, heal and be witnesses as disciples of Christ. Jesus unleashed the Holy Spirit so that we may never be alone and empowered to reach out to each other on the journey home to him.

Join Fr Tim as he reflects on this weekend's Gospel.




This Weekend's Bulletin

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Living With Real Presence

In Our Community:

A Morning of Res On Mission

Join parishioners of all ages in prayer and service on

Saturday, June 11

9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon

Following a Eucharistic Procession to all four corners of the Resurrection Parish property, teams of people will engage in service throughout the community. How do you get started?

Please complete the following short form either online or by emailing the information to by June 1.

For more information,

please contact Tony Pichler in the Parish Office.

We are the Body of Christ! On June 11 we will be a visible presence of this reality to the Greater Green Bay Community!


Have You Shared Your Thoughts Yet?

The Journeying To Emmaus With Real Presence Listening Process

We are on a journey as a parish community throughout the Easter Season, listening to the hopes and dreams of every parishioner.

Take a moment to share your thoughts through a short survey and/or a SWOT method that identifies the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats that are present in our parish community at this time.

Thank you for being on the journey!


Revealed Podcast

Katie and Tony share the prayer practice of walking a labyrinth.

Within the podcast, they refer to the website to locate labyrinths around the world:

The podcast will be available by 6:00 PM on Saturday, May 13th.



Participate in person or online at

or watch anytime at


Ruby and Res

Ruby had a chance to stay in solitary confinement during today's experience. It was an eye-opening experience that Ruby feels no person or animal should ever have to endure.



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