Fr. Courtright is having special summer classes on Wednesday evenings at St. Anthony of Padua, Fargo, in June and July. These classes will use the Baltimore Catechism and are open to those who have never been confirmed, who wish to be confirmed, who are not familiar with Church teaching/practices, or anyone who would like to brush up on basic teachings of the Catholic Church. Classes will start at 7:00 PM and run for 90 minutes.
This summer the Youth and Young Adult Ministry Department is offering two new retreats for students ages 13-17 that are gender specific. The retreat for young women will be held from July 18-21, the young men’s retreat will be held from July 22-25. The uniqueness of these retreats is that young adults will be creating and running these retreats. A priest will be attending each retreat to give a talk, to have Mass each day and to be available for reconciliation! The cost is $150/student. Scholarships are available for those in financial need. The retreats will be held at the Franciscan Sisters of Dillingen Convent in Hankinson, ND. Deadline to register will be Monday, June 18.
For more information and to receive a registration form please contact Kathy Loney at 701-356-7902!
Fr. Larry Delaney, pastor of St. Joseph's in Moorhead, will be leading a pilgrimage to Italy from October 15—October 25, 2018. Highlights of the pilgrimage will include the Papal Audience at St. Peter’s (subject to the Holy Father’s schedule) and tours of all of the major sights in Rome, Orvieto, Assisi, Siena, Florence, and Venice. Fr. Larry will provide daily Mass each day and we will share some wonderful meals together. Brochures and reservation applications are available online at www.stjoesmhd.com. Register soon to ensure your spot for this trip of a lifetime! Call (218) 236-5066 with any questions.
A Catholic camping experience for students entering 4th -8th grade this fall. Register online today: Trinityyouthcampnd.com
June 20-24 at Red Willow (near Binford), July 11-15 at Pelican Lake (near Bonttineau), July 18-22 at Camp of the Cross (near Garrison), July 25-29 at Pelican Lake (Bottineau). Activities include Good News, craft, rec, water sports, daily Mass, skits, campfires, new friends and much more. Registration is due one week prior to the start of each session!
Mother Daughter Days will be held at St. Francis Retreat Center in Hankinson, North Dakota, again this summer.
This is an opportunity for mothers and their daughters to spend cherished time together, grow in their faith, and have some fun. They join the Sisters for prayer, Mass and meals.
Two sessions will be offered this summer: you can chose from: June 28-30 or July 26-28. Note the program begins THURSDAY evening and concludes SATURDAY afternoon.
If you're serious about God, what does He want you to do next? Listen. Listen and act. Why not try listening and acting in a monastery? Job shadow a monk for a weekend.
Monastic Experience Weekend. June 22-24. St Mary’s Monastery in Central MA, 70 miles from Boston. For single Catholic men aged 18-40. With the monks and other young adults, live in the monastery not the guest house, and participate in the prayer, the work and shared and private talks with monks. Prayer, work, community life. A balanced and rhythmical contemplative Benedictine monastic life with a 1600 year history. Serious liturgy (Gregorian chant); serious work (intellectual and manual); good humored people (monks; well, that's the theory!)
Holy Spirit Parish, Fargo, is offering the six- week adult study Untold Blessing with Bishop Robert Barron, Tuesday mornings (6:30am or 9am) beginning June 12. The study examines the three paths to holiness (happiness). Join us and bring a friend! All are welcome!
Bishop John Folda invites you to Putt for a Purpose , at the 12th Annual Bishop's Charity Golf Classic, benefitting Seminarian Education and Youth Programs. Join the fun and fellowship by heading to Rose Creek Golf Course in south Fargo on Monday, August 6th for a round of golf, dinner and prizes. Register three golfers and bring your Priest, Deacon or Seminarian as your 4th player for free! Register online at: www.fargodiocese.org/puttpurpose
If you are not a golfer, please consider sponsoring a priest or seminarian or a hole on the golf course. Your contribution will help support the event and defray costs. Register online at: www.fargodiocese.org/puttpurpose
The Haitian Project (THP) is immediately seeking bright, compassionate, hard-working men and women to live in community, teach, and lead extracurricular activities at Louverture Cleary School (LCS) for a period of 10 months beginning in August 2018. LCS is a tuition-free, Catholic, co-educational secondary boarding school (grades 7-13) supported by THP.
Qualifications: BA/BS; a commitment to Catholic Social Teaching. (No foreign language requirement.)
St. Paul’s Catholic Newman Center (on the NDSU campus) in Fargo, ND is accepting applications for a FT Development Director. The Development Director personally represents St. Paul’s Newman Center and ignites benefactors and potential benefactors to continually support our work. Ideal candidate needs to understand the value of campus ministry at a state university, and be effective in communicating that to the current and future benefactors. Immediately, they will be helping to finish a successful campaign, as well as build the next steps for the future needs of the development program. This position requires previous experience in fund development and the ability to work in an extremely fast, results driven environment. The successful candidate will work closely with the Director of the NDSU Newman Center, as well as current development staff. Immediate goals will be to close out a 21.5 million dollar campaign with a hopeful ground breaking the spring of 2019. The ideal candidate will work with current and future benefactors who have pledged anywhere $100,000 - $5,000,000 and continually focus on networking and growing the donor base. Extensive knowledge and experience with major and planned giving experience is a must. Ideal candidate should be familiar with Raiser’s Edge NXT software. Please click on this link to apply through our talent partner, Sagency. Apply immediately, position open until filled.
Holy Rosary Catholic School in Detroit Lakes, is seeking a qualified 4th grade teacher AND a qualified Middle School Social Studies/K-8 Phy. Ed. teacher. Must hold or be able to acquire a Minnesota teaching license. Interested applicants should send Letter of Application, Resume, Transcripts and any other supporting documentation of their choosing to:
Cathy Larson, Principal, Holy Rosary Catholic School, 1043 Lake Avenue, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota 56501
Holy Rosary is a PK-8 Faith Based Catholic School with small class sizes, motivated students, and supportive parents.
Please apply as soon as possible. The position will remain open until filled.
Holy Family - St. Mary’s Catholic School in Grand Forks, ND is seeking applicants for a primary classroom teacher for 2018-2019. If interested in applying, please send a letter of interest, a resume, two letters of recommendation, a copy of transcripts, and a copy of your ND teaching license to the school office. Attention: Katie Mayer, 1001 17th Ave. South, Grand Forks, ND 58201.
The following time slots need adorers:
Sunday - 4am (OPEN), 5am(OPEN) and 6am(OPEN), 11am, 12pm, 2pm (OPEN), 4pm, 5pm, 7pm
Monday- 12am, 1am, 3am, 4am, 11am(OPEN), 12pm, 1pm, 2pm
Tuesday - 1am, 3am, 4am, 10am, 5pm(OPEN)
Wednesday - 12am, 3am(OPEN), 4am, 7am, 9am, 5pm, 6pm(OPEN), 7pm
Thursday - 1am, 2am(OPEN), 3am, 5am
Friday - 6am, 9am, 11am, 12pm, 3pm, 11pm
Saturday - 5am, 10am(OPEN), 11am, 3pm, 5pm(OPEN), 10pm
If you can take one of these hours, please call Cindy Petrich (232-5985) or Marilyn Loegering (347-4031). Thank you!
The Emergency Food Pantry has a great need for more volunteers! There are lots of different opportunities to help, regardless of age or physical limitations. Volunteers are welcome Monday – Friday from 8am – noon and 1pm - 4pm.
If you can’t volunteer your time, another way to help is through donations! Some commonly needed items are canned tuna, canned fruit, peanut butter, and milk. We are always in need of hygiene products, baby items (such as food, formula, diapers), and household items (such as detergents and cleaning products.)
With your support we provide individuals and families in need with one week’s supply of healthy food. We couldn’t do it without you!
If you would like to visit us and learn more about volunteering please call 701-237-9337.
This Lent, offer your time to the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift store. Offer your strength to pick up donations. Offer your gift of seeing quality to sort merchandise. Offer your creativity to set attractive displays.
Sale proceeds are distributed to local St. Vincent de Paul Council and Parish Conferences for formation and ministry to our friends in need. St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store, 2796 5 Ave S. Call 364-9404 to make your Lenten offering. www.stvincentdepaulthriftstore.org