The “Knights for life – Blood for Life” blood donation drive will be held on Thursday, February 16, from 2:30 to 7:00 pm in Abts Hall at St Agnes Parish, Weston. The Blood Bank’s levels are low, and they are in need of blood for our community. You can go to the website of the “Blood Center of Northcentral Wisconsin” https://www.bcnwi.org/ for more information. You can also call the Blood Bank to make an appointment at 715-842-0761.
Inspired by the Spirit Campaign Information
As of 30 January, 164 parish members have pledged $816,958.64 (111.15%) toward our goal of $735,000.00. Amount received, $315,981.33 (42.99%) of the pledged amount, balance remaining is $419,018.67.
Quarterly statement reminders are sent in September, December, March and June. Anyone using ACH or Automatic Withdrawals will not receive a reminder, you will receive a statement at the end of the year for tax purposes. With questions or concerns, contact Sarah at 608-791-2653 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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2023 Catholic Schools Week All Schools Mass with Bishop Callahan - Feast of the Presentation of the Lord
Refugee Resettlement Agencies
Refugees and immigrants face daily challenges as they re-establish new lives. ECDC assists newcomers by giving them hope for their future and helping them become self-sufficient, productive members of their new communities!
New Beginnings for Refugees is a Wausau-based community organization which supports refugees throughout critical stages of the resettlement process in Central Wisconsin. We strive to complement the work of ECDC, an experienced national resettlement agency. Both offices are located in Wausau.
Father Alan Slowiak, along with the parish staff, thanks you for stopping. God, through the human writer of the Book of Ecclesiastes, notes a time for everything under Heaven. The invitation is to take the risk and open our eyes and ears to see and hear Jesus in the here and now . . . and respond.
This is our vision, and we wobble, wander, and step forward again. We strive to understand worship in the mind of Saint Paul . . . yes, the celebration, the sacraments and communal devotional prayer but also with practical service and the support of others in the Body of Christ.
Again, thank you for stopping and welcome!