Bulletin – 33rd Weekend in [Extra] Ordinary Time

Dear Friends,

Mass on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at 4:30 P.M. Thanksgiving pot-luck to follow the Mass. It is not too late to sign-up–just let me know that you can be with us and what you can bring! 

Remember to sign our Book of Life available in Church during November with names of family and friends who have died this past year. 

Remember to hold Eric Bartleson and his family in your prayers.  Eric experienced a stroke (brain bleed) this past week and is being treated at Gundersen Lutheran hospital.  He has a Caring Bridge account:  ericbartleson –one word, where you can follow his progress. He is in rehab now and the family is requesting NO VISITORS so that Eric can rest and get well.  

We are at the end of this Year of Grace with the 33rd Weekend in [Extra] Ordinary Time.  Next Sunday we celebrate the yearly feast of Jesus, our brother and friend.  Formerly we have known this Sunday as Christ, the King, but the words, “brother and friend” speak more clearly to our relationship with him.

Come; celebrate with us this Saturday!

Peace and love,

Pastor Kathy


  • Malachi 3: 19-20
  • 2 Thessalonians 3: 7-12
  • Luke 21: 5-19

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