We will have the Northern Illinois Mobile Food Pantry Truck at St Joseph on Wednesday, June 20 from 1:00 to 3:00pm and Wednesday, July 18 from 2:00 to 4:00pm. We will need at least twenty volunteers each day to assist in unloading and distributing the free groceries. Please mark your calendar and watch the bulletin for more information.
St. Paul here we come! We’re heading back to Minnesota this year for the Steubenville Youth Conference, being held from July 27-29. This conference is open to grades 9-12. This is a fun-filled, energetic, and life-changing weekend getaway filled with Mass, speakers, and Adoration.
For more information contact Gabby at 815-277-9722, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sun is out, and we should be too! We’re having a party, and inviting you! Everyone’s coming, you should be there! Bring your family, and a dish to share!
Join us for a parish potluck at St. Joseph Church after the 10:30 Mass on Sunday, June 10. Weather permitting, there will be seating outside and fun and games for the kids! Sign up to bring a dish to pass – see Zak Zovko after all 10:30 Masses until the event. Bring hot or cold dishes, or desserts. Beverages will be furnished.
Cost is $2.00 per person at the door. To sign up a dish by phone, call Connie Kronberg: 815-297-2138.
Meet your friends! Enjoy great food! Support a worthy cause by attending the Presence St Joseph Auxiliary Annual Spring Luncheon this Tuesday, April 24 from 11:00am to 1:00pm at St Thomas Aquinas Church, 1400 Kiwanis Dr., Freeport, IL.
Tickets are $9.00 and will be sold at the door. Carry-outs will be available. Thank you for your support!
The Marian Society will meet at 7:00pm on Thursday, April 12 in Berg Hall. Members are reminded that yearly dues of $10.00 are now payable.
The program will be presented by Peggy Badgett, who writes a weekly column for the Journal Standard. Peggy spent twelve years in pharmaceutical research before becoming a pharmacist. Peggy now lives on a small farm near Orangeville with a menagerie of assorted animals. She is an avid nature lover and adventurer.
Hostesses for the evening are: Carolyn Bowers, Roberta Schradermeier, Shirley Schuck and Pat Weigel. All ladies of St Joseph and St Mary are invited to attend.
Thursday Evening Mass
- in St Joseph at 5:30pm
- in St Mary Church at 7pm in Spanish
Good Friday Services
- Veneration of the Cross in St Mary Church at 12:10pm
- St Mary Youth Living Stations of the cross on St Mary grounds (Outside) at 2pm
- Passion of the Christ viewing in the Holy Family Community Center at 3pm
- Veneration of the Cross in St Mary Church at 7pm in Spanish
- 4 pm Vigil Mass in St Joseph Church
- 7pm Vigil Mass in St Mary Church in Spanish
- 8am Sunday in St Mary Church
- 10:30am Sunday Mass in St Joseph Church
- 1pm Sunday Mass in St Mary Church in Spanish
The Aryl Dailey Free Community Lunch, sponsored by the Society of St Vincent de Paul, will be held on Saturday, January 20. The menu will be Don’s Chili with all the trimmings, rolls, fresh fruit and dessert. The St Mary Ladies Guild will provide the fruit, cookies and cereal bars. We will again be collecting warm winter items. These may be brought to Berg Hall after 9:00am on the twentieth. Thank you for your continued support.