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Due to our sharing Mike Tegeder’s ministry as pastor with the Church of Gichitwaa Kateri, we have needed to work out times and details for the Triduum, so that both parishes can be served. The following are our liturgy times for this year:
· Lenten Reconciliation Service (April 9) — 7 pm
· Palm Sunday Masses (April 12 and 13) – 5 pm and 9 am
· Holy Thursday Mass (April 17) – 8 pm
· Good Friday Service (April 18) – 7:30 pm
· Easter Vigil (Saturday, April 19) - gathering time with fire lit and drumming begins at 9 pm
- prayers of the liturgy begin outside at the fire at 9:15 pm
Easter Sunday Mass (April 20) – 9 am
More details will be shared with the parish on a flyer to be sent soon via email (and U.S. mail for those without email). Watch for it!
If you are interested in this position, or if you know someone that may be interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be accepting applications until April 18. We are excited to make this new part of the parish become a reality.
Happy Spring, Cabrini Sisters!! Are you still mulling over whether you’d like to join this year’s retreat or has procrastination gotten the best of you? Either way, there is still room for a few more DAYTIME participants at this year’s retreat Friday, May 2 – Sunday, May 4. Registration is also OPEN to FRIENDS. Sessions will run Friday 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm; Saturday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm; and Sunday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Register online or fill out a form found in the Franklin Avenue entrance. The cost is $60 and includes meals.
Paul Lakeland will be speaking on “Pope Francis and the Liberation of the Laity” on April 30 from 7 to 8:30 pm at Cabrini. A reception will follow Lakeland’s remarks. This is a free event; no registration required but space is limited. Donations will be accepted. Lakeland’s books will be available for purchase (checks or cash). This event is co-sponsored by St Frances Cabrini, CCCR, and CTA-MN.
A Poor Church & A Church for the Poor: St Francis of Assisi and Christian Poverty” by Shawn Colberg PhD, May 13, 6-9 pm, being held here at St. Frances Cabrini Church. This is the second offering by Cabrini's Education Committee for us as a community to deepen our understanding of faith and its place in our everyday lives. Registration is handled through St. John's School of Theology: 320-363-3670, email email@example.com, www.csbsju.edu/sot/events/theology-day.htm
Sr. Camille D’Arienzo recently interviewed Cabrini Peace Advocate Mary Eoloff for NCR’s blog. When asked what makes her happy, Mary replied, “I know that I am loved by the Spirit with every breath I take. That gives me energy… I know that I am breathing in God and breathing out God. What greater consolation could one have?” To read the full interview go to http://ncronline.org/blogs/conversations-sr-camille/advocate-peace-feels-spirit-every-breath
Marge Schnell has been on dialysis for two years and is ready for a kidney transplant. Is there anyone who would consider donating a kidney? HERE’S THE WAY IT WORKS: You register to donate a kidney to the University of Minnesota Kidney Organ Transplant in Marge’s name. Her name goes to the top of the list for a kidney compatible for her. If interested, you can call Marilyn Leister, Marge Schnell or the Cabrini office.
Would this appeal to you? It is free and easy to subscribe – anyone can receive it (sign up at www.celebrationpublications.org/dailybread). This comes from the same publisher as the NCR (National Catholic Reporter), and each brief reflection is written by one of four women who meet regularly to share thoughts on these readings, with the intention of helping preachers and others who pray with the Scriptures of the day.