SM & SOZ SEPTEMBER 2021 NEWSLETTER

"OPENING OUR HEARTS TO HEAR THE VOICE OF THE LORD"

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The Kickoff Family Mass: Feast of the Nativity of Mary

Wednesday, Sep. 8th, 6:30-8pm

653 Milwaukee Street

Lomira, WI

WE ARE CELEBRATING THIS FEAST DAY WITH A SPECIAL MASS, A BLESSING & ICE CREAM SOCIAL! IN HONOR OF MARY, I INVITE YOU TO WEAR YOUR MIRACULOUS MEDAL, WEAR BLUE, & PRAY FOR ST. MARY'S INTERCESSION AS WE BEGIN ANOTHER YEAR OF LEARNING OUR CATHOLIC FAITH!

  • All grades and family members are welcome!
  • Please remember to arrive a little early as Mass will begin at 6:30 PM.
  • Please help us to prepare! RSVP below by Monday September 6th
  • Following Mass will be a blessing and brief teaching about our September Holy Habit
Pop-Up Catechesis: Nativity of Mary
Volunteer to be a Prayer Partner

We invite you to be a prayer partner for our children and youth receiving Sacraments this year! Our hope is to have a partner for each child! Please help spread the word! Click on the button for more information and to sign up!

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YOUTH FELLOWSHIP MEAL (Grade 7-11) 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

SEPTEMBER 15TH WILL BE A BURGER BAR PROVIDED BY THE PARISH

WE HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US TO RELAX AND HAVE SOME FUN BEFORE CLASS!

ST. MARY & SONS OF ZEBEDEE FAITH FORMATION OFFICE

The mission of St. Mary and Sons of Zebedee Faith Formation Program is to aid parents in the Catholic faith formation of their children. At Baptism, parents promised to carry out the faith formation of their children and are considered their children’s primary teachers. Our parish catechists assist parents and children by providing quality religious education in a safe and spiritual setting. The collaboration between parents, catechists and students is essential to the growth of the Catholic Faith. The partnership promotes children to grow in their love for God and their understanding of their Catholic faith. It also cultivates their God-given gifts and talents and encourages them to follow in the path of Jesus. Furthermore, it encourages them to serve God and others compassionately and generously as Catholic Christians, which leads them to evolve into active members of their faith community.