We the parishioners of Christ The King Parish, Diocese of Gaylord, are called by our Baptism to share and live out the Word of God, utilizing our Time, Talents and Treasures. As a Eucharistic People, we reach out to our brothers and sisters by welcoming all to fully participate in Christian Growth and Worship in our parish, local community and world.
Thinking about becoming Catholic?
RCIA (The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
is designed to welcome anyone interested in learning more about Catholicism and/or officially being initiated through the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist into our Catholic Community. Contact Susan Noble 231-938-9214 ext 32 or email: email@example.com.
BIBLE STUDY... Tuesday Mornings from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. We meet in the lower level of CTK Church. Facilitator: Mary Apczynski. Hope to see you soon!
The "great river of mercy", as Pope Francis' calls it in Misericordia Vultus, his introduction to the Jubilee Year of Mercy, "never run dry" because there are always those who are willing to peform acts of mercy in their everyday lives. In the Corporal Works of Mercy, one of the official catechetical texts for the Year of Mercy, the concept of mercy as revealed in both the Old Testament and the New Testament is explored. The development of theology behind works of mercy, as expressed by the early Church fathers, is also examined as a base for in-depth reflections on the corporal works of mercy, their role in the life of the Church and in the lives of individual believers. We encourage you to use this text as a way of living out Pope Francis' call to "become strong in the faith in Jesus Christ."
Evangelization team members for each Corporal Work of Mercy
1. Feed the Hungry - Monica Gregorsky - firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Give Drink to the Thirsty - Scott Jaworski - email@example.com
3. Clothe the Naked - Marie Strong - firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Shelter the Homeless - Laura Truelove - email@example.com
5. Visit those in Prison - Mike Bobrowski - firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Visit the Sick - Mary Jo Piche' - email@example.com
7. Bury the Dead - Susan Noble - firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy - Diocese of Gaylord:
FEEDING THE HUNGRY AND CLOTHING THE NAKED
by Rev. Robert Bissot - 1st in series
SHELTER THE HOMELESS - WELCOME THE STRANGER
by Rev. Tyler Bischoff - 2nd in series
VISING THE SICK
by Rev. John Paul Bashe - 3rd in series
VISITING THE IMPRISONED
by Rev. Raymond Cotter - 4th in series
BURY THE DEAD AND COMFORT THE SORROWING
by Rev. Leonard Paul - 5th in series
by Rev. Polycarp Mblarawa - 6th in series
INSTRUCTING THE IGNORANT
by Rev. Matthew Cowan - 7th in series
ADVISING THE DOUBTFUL
by Rev. Michael Janowski - 8th in series
by Rev. Peter Wigton - 9th in series
BEARING WRONGS PATIENTLY
by Rev. Joseph Blasko - 10th in series
PRAYING FOR OTHERS AND FOR OURSELVES
by Rev. Matthew Furgiuele - 11th in series
Our Diocese of Gaylord pilgrims ran into a familiar face at World Youth Day in Poland..... Archbishop Hebda! Christ the King parishioner, Molly Deyoung is standing to the left of Archbishop Hebda.