Administration

Holy Land Collection

The Pontifical Good Friday Collection for the Holy Land takes place in parishes on Good Friday, April 14th. Pope Francis has asked parishes to support this collection to help Christians in the Holy Land. This year, in response to the U.S. Bishops’ call to solidarity with suffering refugees and persecuted peoples, including Christians, in the…

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We Are Hiring!

Director of Social Justice Support, coordinate and shape all actions connected to the ministries of Social Justice and Charity Outreach. Director of Community Life Oversee, support, coordinate, and develop parish and fundraising events. More Information Read whole job descriptions on the archdiocesan career page (follow purple links above). Email (or mail) a cover letter, resume,…

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New Finance Chairperson

Our new FC chairperson is parishioner Jim Dirlam! Jim is a graduate of DeLaSalle and earned a B.S. in Business at Marquette University. His varied experiences includes four years as a USMC (United States Marine Corp.) officer, eight years at Pillsbury Co. in finance and credit management and 30 years at Dayton-Hudson Corp. (now Target…

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From Archbishop Hebda

Dear Brothers and Sisters, One year ago this month, Pope Francis bestowed on me the honor and responsibility of leading this Archdiocese. You may recall that it was a time of considerable uncertainty and unrest. We were trying to make sense of unspeakable harms that occurred over many decades. The abuse crisis had led to…

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Global Solidarity Sunday

Global Solidarity Sunday is the weekend of March 25/26 in our archdiocese with the theme: “…I was blind and now I see” (Jn 9:25). This is an opportunity to reach out in solidarity to our brothers and sisters around the world, letting our light shine for those who still hunger and thirst for God’s mercy,…

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Recycle Please

As you know, there are many reasons to recycle besides the good feeling you get from doing it! Recycling saves landfill space, conserves resource, and saves energy and water. Here at our parish, we offer ample opportunity to recycle. Sometimes, however, recyclables are placed in the wrong receptacle. This happens most commonly in the social…

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February Blood Drive

Our blood drive on Valentine’s Day helped to save and sustain lives in our community. A total of 13 units were collected from 16 registered donors—with the number of lives potentially saved estimated at 39! In fact, every two seconds someone needs blood and only volunteer blood donors can save them because blood cannot be…

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50th Anniversary Celebration

See photos from our 50th Anniversary, Founding Members Celebration, Feast of St. Edward on our Facebook page by clicking here.    Thank you to the MANY people who worked on our 50th Anniversary and Feast of St. Edward! Including the 50th Task Force, Feast Committee, Worship Committee, Liturgical Volunteers, Musicians, Choir Hospitality, Food & Beverage,…

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Classroom Crucifixes

If you walk into the faith formation classrooms, you’ll now see a new crucifix hanging on the wall. The crucifixes were hung this winter as a result of generous donations from parishioners. The faith formation team is grateful to those who generously donated to make this possible. According to the Catholic catechism, the crucifix is…

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Catholic Services Appeal Foundation

Support the CSAF! You make a difference! Because of your generosity, the 17 Collective Ministries of the Archdiocese reach over 200,000 people each year—the homeless, the hungry, the imprisoned, students in financial need, the disabled, the hospitalized, seminarians, missionaries, immigrants and American Indians. When we all join together in support we are able to do…

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