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Saturday, November 6

This week, our church celebrates National Vocation Awareness Week from November 7th to 13th.

This is an annual week-long celebration of the Catholic Church in the United States dedicated to promoting vocations to the priesthood, diaconate, and consecrated life through prayer and education, and to renew our prayers and support for those who are considering one of these particular vocations.

Everyone has a calling, a specific way in which we are to love God, others, and ourselves. God calls all of us to live out our baptismal promises to follow and imitate Christ in a particular state of life. This is our vocation.

There are four categories of vocation that our Church uses to help us discern God’s plan:


single life


religious life

In each of these four ways of life, God calls us to freely and generously respond to his call. By living out our vocation, we experience deep fulfillment and joy.

What are the vocations of all those within your Church of the Home?

How can your Church of the Home support those that are answering the call to a vocation of priesthood or religious life?

Did you know?

  • Every year, around 200 people in America make a profession to religious life and the priesthood.

  • Also, about 400 people begin the process of entering religious life each year.

  • There are 45,100 women religious and 15,549 men religious in America.


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.



Live A Life Of Generosity

Join Sr. Marla as she reflects on a family lesson regarding generosity and how she came to understand that generosity should know no limits.

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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This month, Tony, Wayne, and Fr. Tom are competing in NO SHAVE NOVEMBER.

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 at the end of November will choose the style of facial hair the others have to have for the 1st weekend of December.

TOMORROGAMEDAY Packer Party & Chili Cook-Off

As the Packers travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs,

Resurrection will be hosting a watch party to see our boys in Green and Gold claim a victory in the Chiefs Kingdom.

During the first half of the game, there will be a chili cook-off between 10 contestants. Think you have the best chili at Resurrection? Enter it in the cook-off and let the best chili win.

Cost: $5 per adult,

includes Baked Potato Bar, chili, and desserts

For more information, to enter the chili cook-off or to purchase tickets, click the image above.



While I was raking, I found leaves in the shape of chickens.

Apparently, I have a type of poul-tree in my yard.




Ruby and Res

A new idea: having a Ruby ward off any interruptions to important meetings.

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