Bulletin – Pentecost – First Communion Sunday

Dear Friends,

Mass is on Sunday, June 9, 2019 at 10 A.M. 

Come celebrate with the Darst Family as Liam makes his first holy communion!

Remember our weekly collection of non-perishable food items for the Winona Food Shelf when you go shopping this week. 

SAVE THE DATE!  Sunday, July 7, 2019 will be our celebration this year of Mary of Magdala and all women, followed by a potluck lunch at the Redig Family Farm–watch for the sign-up sheet soon! 

This Sunday we will celebrate Pentecost–that day, sometime after the first Easter when through the power of Jesus’ Spirit, the apostles found the strength and courage to proclaim that Jesus had lived, died, rose from the dead and was now reigning in glory with his Abba God.  Pentecost calls us friends to the same courage in sharing Jesus” love for all.

This Sunday will be a special day for Liam Darst and his family as he makes his first, holy communion becoming more fully a member of our parish.

Come; celebrate with us, this wonderful step for Liam and his family!

Peace and love,

Pastor Kathy


  • Acts 2: 1-11
  • 1 Corinthians 12: 3-7, 12-13
  • John 20: 19-23

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