Riverbend TEC - Holy Trinity, Winsted
Aug
5
Aug 7

Riverbend TEC - Holy Trinity, Winsted

  • Holy Trinity Catholic Church

What happens at TEC?

Participants experience the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ through participation in music, discussions, talks, prayer, Scripture, liturgy, and celebration.

Each of the days of the retreat has a central theme:

Die Day” is the first day – a day centered on the death of Jesus Christ. On “Die Day”, participants reflect on many different aspects of their lives, focusing on better relationships with God, self, and others.

Rise Day” is the second day – a joyous celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. On “Rise Day”, participants celebrate the presence of God’s love in their lives.

Go Day” is the third day – a day which explores the continuous call to spread the Good News. On “Go Day”, participants recognize and prepare to carry forth the message of Jesus Christ.

A Riverbend TEC weekend seeks to facilitate spiritual growth through participation in group activities and prayer experiences. The faith of every individual is respected and invited to open their hearts more fully to Jesus Christ.

Participation

Retreats are open to youth and adults. Youth must be 16 or older. Most weekends have some adult participants.

Weekends are staffed and attended by people primarily from the Catholic Diocese of New Ulm, although people from other areas of Minnesota, other states, and even foreign nations have attended.

Though a Catholic retreat, non-Catholics are welcome and do participate.

Click here for more information.

150th Anniversary - Church of the Japanese Martyrs - Leavenworth
Aug
19
10:00 am10:00

150th Anniversary - Church of the Japanese Martyrs - Leavenworth

  • Church of the Japanese Martyrs

Church of the Japanese Martyrs, Leavenworth celebrates their 150th Anniversary

Saturday, August 19, 2017
10 a.m.         Antique Threshing/Plow Demonstrations
                    Horse Drawn Historical Tours
                    Softball Museum and Stories
                    Church Archives Open
11 a.m.          All School Reunion (food stand and socializing)
1 p.m.           Men's Reunion Softball Game
2:45 p.m.     Women's Reunion Softball Tourney
5:30 p.m.     Float in Sleepy Eye Parade

Sunday, August 20, 2017
11 a.m.           Current-Past Parishioner/Family Meal (Free will offering)
12:30 p.m.     Parish History Reenacted
2 p.m             Celebration of the Most Holy Eucharist

Click HERE for an information flyer.

Riverbend TEC - Holy Trinity, Winsted
Jan
13
Jan 15

Riverbend TEC - Holy Trinity, Winsted

What happens at TEC?

Participants experience the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ through participation in music, discussions, talks, prayer, Scripture, liturgy, and celebration.

Each of the days of the retreat has a central theme:

Die Day” is the first day – a day centered on the death of Jesus Christ. On “Die Day”, participants reflect on many different aspects of their lives, focusing on better relationships with God, self, and others.

Rise Day” is the second day – a joyous celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. On “Rise Day”, participants celebrate the presence of God’s love in their lives.

Go Day” is the third day – a day which explores the continuous call to spread the Good News. On “Go Day”, participants recognize and prepare to carry forth the message of Jesus Christ.

A Riverbend TEC weekend seeks to facilitate spiritual growth through participation in group activities and prayer experiences. The faith of every individual is respected and invited to open their hearts more fully to Jesus Christ.

Participation

Retreats are open to youth and adults. Youth must be 16 or older. Most weekends have some adult participants.

Weekends are staffed and attended by people primarily from the Catholic Diocese of New Ulm, although people from other areas of Minnesota, other states, and even foreign nations have attended.

Though a Catholic retreat, non-Catholics are welcome and do participate.

Click here for more information.

Riverbend TEC - Holy Redeemer, Marshall
Feb
17
Feb 19

Riverbend TEC - Holy Redeemer, Marshall

What happens at TEC?

Participants experience the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ through participation in music, discussions, talks, prayer, Scripture, liturgy, and celebration.

Each of the days of the retreat has a central theme:

Die Day” is the first day – a day centered on the death of Jesus Christ. On “Die Day”, participants reflect on many different aspects of their lives, focusing on better relationships with God, self, and others.

Rise Day” is the second day – a joyous celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. On “Rise Day”, participants celebrate the presence of God’s love in their lives.

Go Day” is the third day – a day which explores the continuous call to spread the Good News. On “Go Day”, participants recognize and prepare to carry forth the message of Jesus Christ.

A Riverbend TEC weekend seeks to facilitate spiritual growth through participation in group activities and prayer experiences. The faith of every individual is respected and invited to open their hearts more fully to Jesus Christ.

Participation

Retreats are open to youth and adults. Youth must be 16 or older. Most weekends have some adult participants.

Weekends are staffed and attended by people primarily from the Catholic Diocese of New Ulm, although people from other areas of Minnesota, other states, and even foreign nations have attended.

Though a Catholic retreat, non-Catholics are welcome and do participate.

Click here for more information.

Riverbend TEC - St. Mary, Bird Island
Apr
14
Apr 16

Riverbend TEC - St. Mary, Bird Island

What happens at TEC?

Participants experience the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ through participation in music, discussions, talks, prayer, Scripture, liturgy, and celebration.

Each of the days of the retreat has a central theme:

Die Day” is the first day – a day centered on the death of Jesus Christ. On “Die Day”, participants reflect on many different aspects of their lives, focusing on better relationships with God, self, and others.

Rise Day” is the second day – a joyous celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. On “Rise Day”, participants celebrate the presence of God’s love in their lives.

Go Day” is the third day – a day which explores the continuous call to spread the Good News. On “Go Day”, participants recognize and prepare to carry forth the message of Jesus Christ.

A Riverbend TEC weekend seeks to facilitate spiritual growth through participation in group activities and prayer experiences. The faith of every individual is respected and invited to open their hearts more fully to Jesus Christ.

Participation

Retreats are open to youth and adults. Youth must be 16 or older. Most weekends have some adult participants.

Weekends are staffed and attended by people primarily from the Catholic Diocese of New Ulm, although people from other areas of Minnesota, other states, and even foreign nations have attended.

Though a Catholic retreat, non-Catholics are welcome and do participate.

Click here for more information.


50th Anniversary of Ordination - Fr. Jerry Berger
Jun
11
1:00 pm13:00

50th Anniversary of Ordination - Fr. Jerry Berger

  • Church of St. Brendan

Fr. Jerry Berger will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of his ordination with a 1 p.m. Mass of Thanksgiving at the Church of St. Brendan in Green Isle, followed by a picnic reception on the church grounds from 2 - 4:30 p.m.

Jun
3
Jun 4

45th Anniversary of Ordination - Msgr. Eugene L. Lozinski

  • Church of St. Mary

Msgr. Eugene Lozinski, pastor at the CHurch of St. mary in Sleepy Eye, will be celegrating his 45th Anniversary to the Priesthood on May 28. Join us for a cup of coffee and some delicious KC donuts on June 3 and 4 in the social room at St. Mary's Church in Sleepy Eye following all the Masses (5:30 p.m., 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Latin).

"Joy of the Gospel" - Day of Reflection - Abbey of the Hills
May
6
9:00 am09:00

"Joy of the Gospel" - Day of Reflection - Abbey of the Hills

  • Abbey of the Hills

Deacon Gordon Richard will lead us in reflection based upon Pope Francis' first principle teaching after becoming our pope: "The Joy of the Gospel."

Participants will learn Pope Francis' vision for our Catholic Church in today's world. The 9-to-3 day will be part presentation, reflection and prayer, plus discussion of this first important teaching of our Holy Father.

Register at www.abbeyofthehills.com or call Valari at (605) 398-9200

Cost: Free Will Donation

Click here for an informational flyer.

Apr
2
5:00 pm17:00

Super Sunday - Marshall

Date: Sunday April 2, 2017

Time:  5:00 p.m. Mass 6:00 Meal p.m. 6:30-8:00 p.m. Music and Adoration

Place: Marshall Middle School

Cost:  Free will donation

RSVP requested by:  Monday March 27, 2017

Email: Dana Webskowski: danaweb@holy-redeemer.com or calling 507-828-5988 or the Faith Formation Office 507-532-3602.

What: Sonar the Catholic band out of the Twin Cities will be rocking it out with us for an evening of celebrating our youth and their Catholic faith! We hope you will gather a group and come to celebrate with us.

Sonar is the Catholic band that leads Steubenville weekends.  You won't want to miss this evening!

Mar
31
4:30 pm16:30

Fish Fry - Henderson

  • Henderson Road Haus Event Center

All you can eat fish fry with potato bar, sponsored by the Church of St. Joseph, Henderson, held at the Henderson Road Haus Event Center.

$14 at the door, $12 in advance
Tickets are available by calling 507-327-0646 or 507-340-1044.

Feb
19
2:30 pm14:30

Living Faith Afternoon - Schoenstatt on the Lake

  • Schoenstatt on the Lake

Living Faith Afternoon

This "mini-retreat" is a great opportunity to grow in a relationship with God. The afternoon will include inspiration, fellowship and prayer in the Schoenstatt Shrine starting at 2 p.m. and ending with a light supper at 5 p.m. Free-will doation for supper. Families are welcome! Topic for February will be: Discovering God in Everyday Life.

RSVP to 507-794-7727 if you would like to attend.

Save the dates for future months:

  • March 19
  • April9
  • May 14
  • September 17
  • November 19
Nov
20
11:30 am11:30

Catholic United Financial Fall Fundraiser - St. John, Searles

  • Church of St. John

11:30 a.m. Soup and Sandwich Lunch, Bake Sale, and Raffle

1:30 p.m. Bingo: includes 30 games of Bingo, of which 10 will be for frozen turkeys. Remaining prizes will pertain to entertaining for the holidays: wine, cheese & crackers, boxes of candy, chips and popcorn, 1919 Root Beer

Door Pirzes will be given

Dessert buffet with coffee and milk

1 card $10 - 3 cards $25

Click HERE for an informational flyer

 

Nov
20
11:00 am11:00

Yoga for Yellow Ribbon - New Ulm

  • St. Anthony Elementary School

Participate in a workout and help raise money for Yellow Ribbon Education and Awareness.

Check in & same day registration begins at 10:30 a.m.

Registration includes Yoga Session (gentle or sculpt), Tee Shirt, Yellow Ribbon Speaker, Refreshments after class & Prize Drawings.

Pre-register online at: www.yogaforyellowribbon.eventbrite.com

$20 if you register before the event, $25 to register at the event

Click here for an informational flyer or call 507-276-7796

Nov
6
9:00 am09:00

Pancake Breakfast - Leavenworth, Japanese Martyrs

  • Church of the Japanese Martyrs

Catholic United Financial Matching Grant Pancake Breakfast

9 a.m. to noon in the Church Hall

Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, applesauce, coffee, juice and milk. $7 for adults, $5 ages 6-12, $1.50 preschool

Click here for an informational flyer.

Oct
23
10:00 am10:00

Sausage Dinner - Comfrey, St. Paul

  • Church of St. Paul

10 a.m. Mass with music by Aggie & Friends
Buffet style dinner from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Takeouts available.
Sausage, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, applesauce, pickles, bread & butter, ice cream, coffee & milk.
Bake Sale & Country Store
50/50 drawing at 2 p.m.