The Our Shepherds – Our Future Capital Campaign will kick off in our parish May 1/2. It will help us address the needs within our diocesan-wide faith family. The objectives of this capital campaign are to endow and build up a restricted fund for seminarian education, as well as fully fund our priests’ retirement. You can become more informed by reading the capital campaign newsletters attached below:
April 2 Good Friday Service – 1 pm in the Main Church – Reservations required via SignUp Genius – streamed April 3 Holy Saturday:
Easter Vigil – 9 pm – Main Church – Reservations required via SignUp Genius April 4 Easter Sunday: Masses at 7:30 am, 9 am; 11 am* streamed; NO 6PM MASS ON EASTER
All Easter Masses require reservations via SignUp Genius.
WOMEN ALIVE EVENT! Take time to enter into the stillness this Advent season and welcome Christ more deeply into your heart. Light a candle, pour a glass of wine or brew a cup of tea, and join us for Simply Still on Tuesday, December 15, at 7:00 p.m. via live stream.
How are you preparing to welcome Jesus more deeply into your heart and life this Christmas?
Join the St. Robert’s parish community in A Journey through Advent with music from The Vigil Project,reflections by Fr. Dave Pivonka TOR, and a devotional companion booklet to help you celebrate Advent and Christmas in a deeper way.
Advent & Christmas Reflection Booklet
Reflection questions for each week of Advent
Music by The Vigil Project
5 Talks by Fr Dave Pivonka TOR
Code to access Digital Download
Digital Download Card (if you just want online
Code to access music, talks, and Advent & Christmas Reflection Booklet online
You are invited to watch this intro welcome video about the program!
Contact Teri Burns, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions or would like to obtain access to the digital download even if you are unable to attend Mass.
From Feb. 21 – 24, presidents of bishops’ conferences from around the world will meet at the Vatican to discuss the clergy sexual abuse scandal and our global response as a Catholic Church. In a continuing effort to be as transparent as possible, Bishop Walkowiak would like to share an update on this topic and answer some of the questions he has received from parishioners.
All youth ages 5-14 years old are invited to participate in this judged competition. Make a poster about the true meaning of Christmas. Info and forms will be given to catechists for distribution. The poster must be made on 11×17 size paper/poster. Any other size will NOT be accepted. Contact Steve VanderLaan (email@example.com). Deadline for submissions is Friday, December 20. Posters and submission forms should be returned to the Faith Formation Office or Parish Office. Entries will be displayed at St. Robert’s. Let’s keep Christ in Christmas!