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Liturgical Life

Place Everything in the Hands of Jesus

Place Everything in the Hands of Jesus By Nohora Lopez, Eucharistic Adoration Coordinator During Eucharistic Adoration, we spend time adoring the true presence of Christ in the Eucharist. The experience of the real presence of the body, blood, soul, and divinity of Jesus Christ in silence, prayer, a ...

Go Make Disciples

Go Make Disciples By Fr. Bill Van Wagner, Parochial Vicar The Diocese of Madison, at the behest of Bishop Hying, is in the formative period of a diocese-wide initiative of Evangelization. Through “Go Make Disciples”, the Bishop is encouraging all of the faithful of the Diocese of Madison to recomm ...

Walk with Jesus During Lent

Walk with Jesus During Lent By Fr. Tony Thirumalareddy, Parochial Vicar Lent is a time of repentance. It is a 40-day period of fasting and penitential preparation for Easter, which imitates Jesus Christ’s fast in the wilderness. The importance of the season of Lent in the Church is to observe and ...

Distribution of Ashes During the Pandemic

Distribution of Ashes During the Pandemic By Sr. Denise Herrmann, CSA, Pastoral Associate & Director of Liturgy and RCIA Ash Wednesday is one of those notable days on the Church calendar that gets the attention of both Catholics and non-Catholics. The concept of ashes strikes a chord with peop ...

Liturgy of the Hours - Prayer of the Universal Church

Liturgy of the Hours - Prayer of the Universal Church By Fr. Bill Van Wagner, Parochial Vicar The Liturgy of the Hours, sometimes called the Divine Office, is the daily common prayer of the Church. In compliment to celebration of the Holy Mass, the Liturgy of the Hours, consisting of five distinct ...

What Are You Looking For?

What Are You Looking For? By Sr. Denise Herrmann, CSA, Pastoral Associate & Director of Liturgy and RCIA John the Baptist was with two of his own disciples when Jesus walked by. John said, “Behold the Lamb of God.” The two disciples followed Jesus who turned to them and asked, “What are you lo ...

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