Bulletin – Presentation of Jesus in the Temple

Mass on Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 10 A.M. 

Monday, February 3, 2020 at 7 P.M. at First Congregational church in Winona, the second of a series of three presentations entitled, “Winter Lights” will be held. These presentations are a combination of music and prayer to give us hope in these somewhat dark times–sponsored by the Interfaith Council of Winona. 

Mark Your Calendars–March 22, 2020 is “World Water Day!”  Think about how you protect and care for our precious gift of water.

Dear Friends,

With Sunday’s feast, we officially end the Christmas Season–40 days ago.  This feast in the past was also known as Candlemas Day when people brought their candles to church to be blessed. The feast of the Presentation remembers in addition, Jesus’ first entry into the temple and Mary’s purificaton after giving birth.

We will bless throats this Sunday in deference to St. Blaise, the patron of ailments of the throat.

Come; be with us this week!

Peace and love,

Pastor Kathy


  • Malachi 3: 1-4
  • Hebrews 2: 14-18
  • Luke 2: 22-40

All Are One Roman Catholic Church Safety Policy

 Every effort will be made to ensure the safety of all attendees at All Are One services and social activities.  Any violation of this policy will be reported immediately to local law enforcement.  (This statement was updated and reviewed with the Board of All Are One Roman Catholic church at the July 2, 2018 board meeting and was reviewed with the parish).

All Are One Roman Catholic church Statement as a Sanctuary Support Community

“We affirm that as a congregation of people of faith, we are taking seriously the call to provide sanctuary support in the Winona Sanctuary Network. We recognize that our immigrant neighbors are a vital part of our community and local economy and that due to a broken immigration system they have not all been allowed the legal protections that they deserve. To this end we will use our privilege and our resources to stand with our community members that are in fear of deportation. As a sanctuary support community we are able to do this by providing; prayers, security, time, money, advocacy, relationship, and fellowship to the degree that is within our power.”