Upcoming CCW Meeting, Pro-Life Event & Girl's Group

Here is your weekly round-up of parish news and events:

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! We want to thank those of us that came to clean church before Christmas. Every year it is the same ones and we need to get more to step up to do this project. Sharon Rokus, Shirley Arndt, Marcine Amundson, Marge Arendt, Jeannine Brockman, John & Dottie Jirschele, Dean & Ngaio Schumacker and Mary Bronk 

St. Patrick’s Unit 6 of SSPP will be having their monthly meeting on Thursday, January 14 at 9:30 in the school library. Plans for the Annual Soup Fest will be discussed. Any ladies of the parish are invited to join us. Hostess will be Mary Bronk. 

Tri-City Right to Life/ Wood County will host a pro-life event at 10 AM on Saturday, January 23rd, to commemorate the tragic Roe v. Wade decision. The keynote speaker will be Pastor Isaac Fleming from First Congregational Church in Hillsboro, WI. Isaac also serves as the Board of Governor’s President for Wisconsin Right to Life. The event will be held at: Anointing Oil Faith Church 1320 Pepper Ave. Everyone is welcome to come and hear more about the pro-life message. There will be light refreshments following the speaker. For more information, call Brenda at 715-325-7202.

Little Servants of St. Therese Girls' Group will meet on Thursday, January 28th from 6:00-8:00 PM. We will meet in the adult formation room. All girls ages 8-18 are invited. **Please RSVP if you plan to attend. ** Contact Maggie Kosloski or call the office at 715-423-1351.

Gethsemane of SS Peter & Paul– We pray every Thursday night from 11PM -2:30AM with Mary to save all the unborn from the holocaust of abortion & for the spread of the devotion of the Precious Blood in order to save as many souls as possible from the destructive power of the evil one. For more information call, Jeff Ashbeck (715) 451-0619 or Tony Biolo (715) 213- 4571.

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