Holy Cross Catholic Church
The Pastor' Note
11-10-19
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

First Reading: 2 Maccabees 7:1-2, 9-14
Second Reading: 2 Thessalonians 2:16--3:5
Gospel: Luke 20:27-38


In Remembrance Liturgy

The month of November is always set aside as a time of prayer for our loved ones who have gone before us. With this in mind, we wish to invite everyone to a special prayer service at 2:00 P.M. on Sunday, November 17th, at Holy Cross Church. This prayer service is called "In Remembrance" and it gives us a prayerful way to remember our loved ones. We will especially remember the members of Sacred Heart Parish, Saint Therese Parish, Saint Rita Parish, Holy Cross Parish and the Crosier Priory who died during the past year. We will show our faith in the Resurrection by lighting a candle for each person that we pray for.

Saint Rita Parish Hillman: Bernice Held, Rita Kruschek and Joe Langer

Holy Cross Parish Onamia: Karen Dahlen, Phyllis Lundeen, Dan Rhode, Char Sievek and Barbara Zytkovicz

Sacred Heart Parish Wahkon: Ron Brown, Jackie Callies, Tom Chandonnet, Jackie Christenson, Del Freichels, Lois Moroney, Lorraine Pearson, Anna Salmonson and Margaret Schubert

Holy Cross Priory Onamia: Albert Becker OSC, Tom Carkhuff OSC, Neil Emon OSC, Clem Gustin OSC, Adrian Piotrowski OSC, Gus Schloesser OSC, Philip Suehr OSC, Timothy Tomczak OSC

Catholic Charities Collection

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud conducts its annual campaign in November every year. The central office of Catholic Charities will be mailing an envelope directly to your home and asking you to help your neighbors in need. Catholic Charities provides food shelves, emergency housing, adoption services, counseling services, and services to veterans in the 16 counties of the Diocese of St. Cloud. Locally, they operate Meals on Wheels and Senior Dining Centers in Wahkon and Onamia. Please review the material that you receive and consider making a gift in order to "Make God's Love Visible" in central Minnesota. Fr. Jerry Schik, o.s.c.









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