The Northern Lakes Catholic Communities' Discipleship Committee is made up of volunteers from each of the five parishes. These volunteers have a love for Chirst and their faith, and want to continue to grow in both. The Discipleship Committee is working hard to bring adult faith formation opportunities to our Northwoods.
Through these opportuniites, adults in our community will not only grow closer together as a faith community but also develop a deeper, more intentional relationship with Christ.
Contact Jen today to find out more! (or to volunteer :))
The Chosen Series Season 1!
Jesus challenged his followers to “get used to different”
and the series The Chosen depicts that call in a new way.
We are offering an opportunity for you to get together to watch
and discuss each episode of this amazing program.
All are welcome Wednesday evenings, 6:45-8 pm, at St. Peter’s.
Families with young children are asked to contact Jen Metzger
so arrangements for age appropriate activities can be made.
This will allow those kids and their parents to more fully enjoy this experience.
Questions — call Pam Cira at 715-479-5485.
Start your day with the Rosary!
There is a Rosary Teleconference every Thursday at 7:25 a.m. This time of prayer is organized by some folks at St. Albert and St. Mary's, contact the office if you would like to begin your day praying the rosary with others!
The Women’s Over 50 Spirituality Group (we should change the group name as everyone is over 70!) meets monthly on the third Thursday at 1 pm at St. Peter's to discuss and share the blessings and burdens of aging and the related impact on one’s spirituality. We recognize that our faith journey changes as we move through life ages and stages. This group is suited best for those wanting to explore the unique gifts the years bring.
We have used books addressing various related topics, which we read from when together and usually prompts deep sharing. Our current book is Let This Be the Time, Spiritual Essentials for Life’s Second Act, by Sr. Janet Schaeffler, OP. There is no required reading between meetings, and newcomers do not need the book to participate. One book can last us several months or more as we enjoy conversation and fellowship.
Please consider joining us!
How can I learn more about my faith
and become the man I should to be?
The good news is there are other men who are working on becoming better men, better husbands, better fathers, and striving to live a holy life. These men are taking the time to learn more about Jesus and his Church, and working on becoming the man God is calling them to be. These men are your brothers in faith and are here to support you on the journey to heaven. Consider spending some time with these men and getting to know them a little better.
The Men’s Group meets on and off throughout the year on Wednesday mornings at 6:30am at St Theresa’s. Watch for information in the bulletin. All men are welcome.
Each Wednesday immediately following the 8 am St. Theresa Mass, we will have fellowship and take time to unpack the readings for the upcoming weekend. Please join us as often as you are able! Hope to see you soon!
Ascension presents is a site that offers great webcasts and podcasts on all sorts of current and faith topics. Click the logo above for a direct link to this info.
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Check Out These Great Podcasts:
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Walk with Fr. Mike Schmitz as he reads the Bible following the Ascension Press Bible Timeline each day for 365 days! Start up at any time. Click on the pic to go to the apple podcast store. It is also available wherever you get your podcasts! Oh, and it is on Hallow now too!
Archive of the homilies of Fr. Mike Schmitz. bulldogcatholic.org/homilies This website also contains other resources from the UMD Newman Center.
This podcast is hosted by five priests out of the Denver area and is a “lighthearted exploration of various prominent and obscure Catholic topics.”
These are the homilies of Father David Neuschwander, the Associate Pastor at the Cluster Parishes of Holy Rosary (Medford) and Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Whittlesey) in Northeastern Wisconsin.
Fr. David was ordained a priest on June 1st, 2014 at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior, Wisconsin.
“Fr. Andrew Ricci, a priest of the Diocese of Superior, offers inspirational podcasts of homilies and talks given from a variety of pastoral settings. Fr. Andrew is currently the rector of the Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior, WI.”
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