hockey team has taken on a special service project. They would like to
assist Emily's Place which serves homeless young women. The team is
trying to gather as many items as they can to help give these young
women a chance to get off the streets and sleep in a warm house.
They come without normal house items that we all take for granted. Some
items they need include soap, detergent, coffee, toothpaste, shampoo,
conditioner and anything else that seems fitting. The team's goal is to
gather as much stuff as possible during their game on Saturday, January
23rd. Also, there will be a basket at Cathedral the following school
week where people can drop off any other things they have to contribute.
All supplies will be delivered to the house for these women to use
ASAP. As you do your shopping this weekend, please add an item or two
for Emily's House. Thank you for your support!
Our Catholic elementary schools have a wonderful event with nationally
known speaker Willow Sweeney coming up. You are all invited and
welcome. Here's the necessary information:
Homework….Carpools…Packing Cold Lunches….being a parent is one of the toughest, yet most rewarding parts of our lives!
It’s time to take a break and attend an event that you will NOT WANT TO MISS!
Please mark your calendar, find a babysitter and join us for Top 20 Training with Willow Sweeney on February 8th and February 22nd at 6:30 p.m.
at the Paramount Theater. Willow Sweeney is the co-founder of Top 20
Training. She as co-authored several books, including Top 20 Parents:
Raising Happy, Responsible and Emotionally Healthy Children. She is the
most recent recipient of the St. Cloud Times 5 Under 40 recognition.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: Top 20 Training
When: February 8th - Top 20 Parents Live Above the Line: How Our Thinking Governs Our Experience
February 22nd - Top 20 Parents Help Their Children Learn from Mistakes and Move Outside Their Comfort Zone
Where: Paramount Theater
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Cost: FREE***This is an adult only event.***
How do you get tickets? Follow the Steps Here:
these instructions, there is a link that will take you to the ticketing
site. Tickets CAN NOT be accessed through the Paramount website. Only
through the link below. 1) Each person can reserve up to four
tickets.2) You can select “email” as a delivery option and you will
be able to print your tickets right at home. 3) You can also
select “mail” and we will mail them to you, or “will-call” and we will
keep them here for you to pick up.
You will be asked to create an account …. But at no time will you be
asked for a credit card …5)Tickets for these two events can only be
accessed through this link:
We will be starting ACT prep with our juniors in February. Junior
parents will be receiving more information about this. I have purchased
ACT prep books for juniors, so there is no need for parents to do
for Cathedral's main fundraising event Celebration of Seasons has
started. This event is extremely important to CHS. Money raised at
this event goes directly to support our school's arts, athletics,
activities, and academics. The money is also used to support
scholarships. This year's event will take place on Saturday, April 30th 2016
at the River's Edge Convention Center. We will need your help to make
this event successful. The following are a few things needed..
1. Silent Auction items
2. Live Auction Items
Please contact Nina Steil at 320-257-2143, or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help.
This is an important message from our Bishop:
allegation of past sexual misconduct involving Father Antonio Marfori
has recently been made. Because of that allegation, Bishop Kettler has
asked a Diocesan Response Team to hold listening sessions for the people
of all parishes in which Father Marfori served. There will be
listening sessions on the following dates:
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 - 6:00 pm St. Paul's, Sauk Centre (to be held at Our Lady of Angels due to the remodel project at St. Paul's)
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 - 8:00 pm St. Agnes, Roscoe (with St. Margaret, Lake Henry)
Thursday, February 4, 2016 - 6:30 pm Sts. Peter and Paul, Gilman (with St. Elizabeth, Brennyville and St. Joseph, Morrill)
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 - 7:00 pm Cathedral High School (with St. Francis Xavier, Sartell)
Thursday, February 11, 2016 - 7:00 pm Christ Our Light, Zimmerman
Father Antonio Marfori served in the following parishes:
Francis Xavier, Sartell, part-time associate October 1978
Cathedral High School, St. Cloud
1978-1980 St. Paul, Sauk Centre
1980-1984 Post graduate studies
St. Agnes, Roscoe
1985-1993 St. Margaret, Lake Henry (while continuing at
St. Agnes) St. Pius X, Zimmerman
1993-2007 St. Anne,
2007-2008 Canonical Administrator, St. Elizabeth, Brennyville,
Sts. Peter and Paul, Gilman, and St. Joseph, Morrill
2008-2010 Leave of absence (medical)
You are invited to attend any of the above listening sessions. These sessions will have three primary goals:
1. to assure parishoners of Bishop Kettler's support and assistance;
2. to offer a process whereby sexual misconduct issues/concerns can be voiced and discussed;
3. to allow other potential victims the opportunity to come forward and receive assistance and healing.
Diocesan Response Team will be present for any parishioners who wish to
attend. The listening sessions will not be open to the news media.