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Saturday, November 27 - The First Sunday of Advent

"The season of Advent means there is something on the horizon the likes of which we have never seen before. So stay. Sit. Linger. Tarry. Ponder. Wait. Behold. Wonder. There will be time enough for running."
- Jan Richardson.

Tomorrow is the beginning of the Catholic Church’s new year and is the First Sunday of Advent.

The Advent season is marked by anticipation, eager participation, and waiting in joyful hope. While it may be tempting to get caught up in the grandeur and excitement of Christmas, our Churches of the Home are called to different sort of celebration. Advent is to possess an atmosphere of expectant joyous calm with time spent in prayer and mediation.

Resurrection invites you to embrace this season of preparation. Continue the Advent traditions you hold dear and introduce new ideas to observe the season. Don't let Advent pass you by. On December 24th, will your Church of the Home look back and say "Where did Advent go?"

Visit Resurrection's Advent page to find resources to help your Church of the Home grow this Advent. New resources will be added weekly.

Reflection on Advent
from Catholic Central
Advent is Coming: Are You Ready?
from Breaking In The Habit
The Thrill of Hope by Christy Nockels


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



A Time Of Renewed Hope

Join Fr. Paul as he reflects on this Sunday's Scripture readings.

How can hope be found through the act of listening?

Project Nazareth

New to Resurrection is "Project Nazareth: Faith Begins at Home"

This is an initiative that will deliver weekly resources to Churches of the Home. These resources will give suggestions for how to Pray, Listen, Act and Ponder with a given topic throughout the course of each week. Project Nazareth will explore the fundamental Gospel message of the Sunday Mass and other special topics such as the Year of the Eucharist.

This is a way to weave faith formation into the fabric of family life.


This Weekend's Bulletin

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Our parish supports the efforts of bringing people of all faiths together to build awareness and relationships as well as strengthen our partnerships in doing good works throughout our community In many ways.

One example is our involvement with G.I.F.T. (Gathered In Faith Together) which held its annual Thanksgiving Gratitude Prayer Service this week – highlighting the interfaith involvement with Catholic Charities’ resettlement of Afghan Refugees in the greater Green Bay Area.


Volunteer Opportunities at EPH

Help needed at this time:

  • Painting at Stuart Street home - painting has been started and 2nd coat needs to be put on the bathroom, hallway, and upstairs bedrooms.

  • Painting at Lebrun home - the entire unit is being painted. The first coat has been done on most of the rooms.

If you would like to volunteer,

please contact Wendy Nasgovitz at 920-676-3779 or



It's almost over for Tony, Wayne, and Fr. Tom and their NO SHAVE NOVEMBER competition!

This is the last call for everyone to vote for the one who has the wackiest whiskers by donating shaving supplies to

St. John’s Homeless Shelter and the New Community Shelter.

Each contestant has a designated box where you can place your vote.

The contestant with the most item in his box by

5:00 PM on November 30

will choose the style of facial hair the others have to have for

the 1st weekend of December.


Recent Losses to Our Parish Family



What is Rudolph's favorite thing to check

His Advent calen-deer


Health and Wellness

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Ruby and Res

Ruby has seen a great light - the Light of Hope.

May we all be mesmerized by the lights of Advent, just like Ruby.



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