• St Joseph Church, Black River Falls
  • St Kevin Church, Melrose

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Marian Crowning Brunches

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St Joseph Marian Crowning May 6, 2018

 
 

St Kevin Marian Crowning Brunch May 6, 2018

 
 

St Joseph Family Banquet Help and Attendance Sign-ups

St Joseph Family Banquet May 19, 2018

 
 

St Joseph Family Banquet Attendance Sign-up

 
 

Staff

Office Hours

Hours Tues-Thurs
St Joseph Church
10:00AM to 4:30PM

Friday
St Kevin Church
2:00PM to 5:00PM
(Spring to Fall)

Mass Times

St. Joseph
Saturday 4:00pm
(Confessions 3:30PM)
Sunday 8:00AM (October - March)
10:00AM (April - September)
Tuesday Mass & Adoration
4:00PM
Wednesday - Friday
7:30AM

St. Kevins:
Sunday 10:30am (October - March)
8:00AM (April - September)
Wednesday 9:00AM

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Interactive Monthly Calendar

Universalis

Tue 17 April

Tuesday of the 3rd week of EastertideInvitatory Psalm | Office of Readings | Morning Prayer | Evening Prayer | Night Prayer | Mass(Saint Donan)

St Donan, or Donnan, came from Ireland and established a monastery on the Isle of Eigg in the Inner Hebrides. On Easter Sunday 617 he and his 52 companions were celebrating Mass when Danish pirates arrived. The pirates allowed them to finish the Mass and then beheaded them all. Donan is the patron saint of Eigg.(Bl Baptist Spagnoli of Mantua (1447-1516))

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Wed 18 April

Wednesday of the 3rd week of EastertideInvitatory Psalm | Office of Readings | Morning Prayer | Evening Prayer | Night Prayer | Mass(Saint Laserian or Molaise (- 639))

He was born in Ireland, became a monk on Iona, and was ordained priest in Rome by St Gregory the Great. Returning to Ireland, he entered the monastery at Leighlin, of which he became abbot a few years before his death. He was active in promoting harmony between the Celtic and Roman churches, notably in the matter of the date on which Easter should be celebrated.(Blessed Marie-Anne Blondin (1809-1890))

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Thu 19 April

Thursday of the 3rd week of EastertideInvitatory Psalm | Office of Readings | Morning Prayer | Evening Prayer | Night Prayer | Mass(St Alphege (- 1012))

St. Alphege became a monk at Deerhurst, Gloucestershire, about 970, and eventually Abbot of Bath. In 984 he became Bishop of Winchester where he was known for his personal austerity and almsgiving. The king sent him to parley with the Danish raider Anlaf, and this he did with such success that Anlaf never raided England again. In 1005 Alphege became Archbishop of Canterbury. The Danes were raiding once more and in 1011 they besieged Canterbury and captured it. Alphege was imprisoned and an enormous ransom was asked for his release, which he forbade to be paid. On 19 April 1012, at Greenwich, his captors, drunk with wine, and enraged at ransom being refused, pelted him with bones of oxen and stones, till one of them, called Thurm, dispatched him with an axe. He was buried in St. Paul’s and by his death he became a national hero. As an act of reconciliation Canute in 1023 translated the body to Canterbury where it was buried near the high altar. Later Lanfranc confirmed the cult, and had a Life and Office written in his honour, and Thomas Becket just before his death commended his cause to God and Alphege.(St Henry Walpole (1558 - 1595))

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