Bulletin – Mary of Magdala Celebration

Dear Friends,

Mass on Sunday, July 7, 2019 at 10 A.M.–Mass celebrating our sister, Mary of Magdala–Mass on the Redig Farm–potluck lunch to follow. Hoping to see many of you there! 

Once again this year, as in years past; we take a break from our regular liturgical schedule of Ordinary Time to uplift the person of Mary of Magdala to her true status as priest and prophet and in so doing, proclaim the equality and rightness of female followers of our brother, Jesus. Mary’s actual feast is July 22–we are just doing ours a little early!

This is not about power and control as demonstrated in the hierarchy of the Catholic church, but about the call of our brother Jesus in and through the lives of women to proclaim his message of love from the altars of our churches and into the daily lives of the People of God.

Come; be with us!  If you haven’t yet signed up, it’s not too late! Respond to this posting and I will give you details. aaorcc2008@gmail.com  –  507-429-3616

A special note:       At the time of the Creed in our Mass;  we will all have the opportunity to renew our baptismal promises as we pray with and for Liam and Sunny Darst as they are baptized into All Are One Catholic community.

Peace and love,

Pastor Kathy


  • Romans 16: 1-7, 16
  • Litany of Women for the Church by Joan Chittister, OSB
  • Gospel of John 20: 1-2, 11-18

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