meets every Wednesday night from 6 to 7:30
High School Youth Ministry – We would like to invite any high school students to join us on Wednesday nights for youth ministry. There will be join presentations with the Middle School. Then, we will break into separate groups for age-appropriate discussion.
Adult Sessions – During Lent there will be adult faith formation sessions in the nursery on Wednesday nights. So, you can drop you children off and join the session. There will be a 30 minute video presentation followed by discussion.
Family Sacrament Process for all parish children (no matter which school they attend) who are receiving the sacraments of First Reconciliation or First Communion with Confirmation. Workshops are for parents and children.
Confirmation with First Communion - workshops will be in the spring on Wednesday nights from 6:00 to 7:30 pm for children and parents. This is for children in the third year of the sacrament process (usually third grade).
~Confirmation with First Communion, Sunday, May 3rd 5:00 pm~
April 1 – Spring Break – No Classes
April 5 – Easter Sunday
April 29 – Last day for regular classes
May 3 – Confirmation with First Communion
For more information, please contact Fred Robb, Director of Faith Formation, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (231) 642-6603.
His Holiness Pope Francis, has named the Reverend Monsignor Steven J. Raica (RAY-cuh), Chancellor and Vicar General of the Diocese of Lansing, as the new Bishop for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Gaylord. Bishop-elect Raica, 61, is the fifth Bishop of Gaylord, succeeding the Most Reverend Bernard A. Hebda who was named to the lead the diocese in October of 2009 and served until September, 2013, when he was named Coadjutor Archbishop of Newark. The son of Mary and the late Steven Raica, with Polish/Italian roots, Bishop-elect Raica was born on November 8, 1952 in Munising, Michigan. His mother and brother, Joseph, currently reside in Marquette, Michigan.
Reverend Steven Raica is now the 5th bishop to serve the Diocese of Gaylord. The event of his ordination, brought people from all over the world to Otsego County to welcome Bishop Raica. Excitement and joy filled this sanctuary, as Reverend Steven Raica was ordained the 5th Bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord.
For Catholics and believers in Northern Michigan -- it's a momentous occasion. Reverend James Gardiner of Saint Luke Church in Bellaire said, "It's a big deal for catholic people in northern mi we have a leader who is successor of the apostles and works with the Pope." "Bishops from the state all over the country and the world will lay hands on Bishop an ancient sign that designates his as a bishop. It's good to know him and get to know him to begin a journey of service together for the diocese and the people," said seminarian, Tyler Bischoff.
Those close to newly ordained Bishop Raica say this is a well-deserved position -- that he's fit for.
The Diocese of Gaylord covers 21 counties, and more than 500,000 people.
More than 20 fellow bishops, 140 priests and other catholic leaders from as far as Rome were at the ordination ceremony.