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  • St. Joachim – Pray for Us

  • Pro-Life

    From United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

     

    WASHINGTON - In response to the leak of a draft opinion in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, some abortion advocates are calling for nationwide demonstrations, disruptions of church services, and the personal intimidation of specific Supreme Court justices. Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore, chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Pro-Life Activities invited the faithful to unite in fasting and prayer: “In the midst of current tensions, we invite Catholics around the country to join us in fasting and praying the Rosary on Friday, May 13, the Memorial of Our Lady of Fatima. Let us offer our prayers and fasting for these intentions:

    · For our nation, for the integrity of our judicial system, and that all branches of government be dedicated to seeking the common good and protecting the dignity and rights of the human person, from conception to natural death.

    · For the overturning of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey in the Supreme Court’s final decision in Dobbs v. Jackson.

    · For the conversion of the hearts and minds of those who advocate for abortion.

    · For a new commitment to building an America where children are welcomed, cherished, and cared for; where mothers and fathers are encouraged and strengthened; and where marriage and the family are recognized and supported as the true foundations of a healthy and flourishing society.

    · For Our Blessed Mother’s intercession and guidance as the Church continues to walk with mothers and families in need, and continues to promote alte

  • Father Stu Movie

    The Movie “Father Stu” (Rated “R”) is playing in Marshfield.
    “It is the true story of Father Stuart Long, a man from Montana who had been a boxer, failed actor, a butcher and a trouble maker a flawed man who eventually found himself, looking for a higher purpose. He found his purpose in the pursuit of faith, driven by a desire for a deeper relationship with God.” – Mark Wahlberg
     

    Sony Pictures will release the film, Father Stu, on Good Friday, April 15, 2022.

    It’s encouraging that Mark Wahlberg’s passion to make this film is coming to fruition and we appreciate the thoughtful and diligent work of the production team.

    From the Diocese of Helena Montana:
    Father Stuart Long’s dramatic conversion to Christ before becoming a priest led many people to Christ and the Catholic Faith. His courageous witness left a special legacy in the Diocese of Helena.

    Viewers should be warned that the film contains objectionable language, violence, and adult content. However, it’s our hope that the redemptive story of Fr. Stu’s conversion will invite viewers to faith and strengthen believers.

    Bishop George Thomas, who ordained Father Stu to the priesthood and Bishop Austin Vetter, the current Bishop of Helena agreed; Father Stu—raw and unfiltered, combative and grace-filled, witnesses to the truth that no one is ever beyond the reach of redemption.

     
    Now Showing at Roger Cinema in Marshfield.
    Thursday Apr 21st 6:40 PM
    Friday April 22nd 6:40 PM
    Saturday April 23rd 12:40PM - 3:20PM - 6:40 PM
    Sunday April 24th 12:40PM - 3:20PM - 6:40 PM
    Tuesday April 26th 6:40 PM
  • Library Corner

    Check out the links below to see what new resources the church library has to offer:

    How to Make Sense of Suffering

    What Really Happens After We Die?

    When God is Silent

    Brief Catechism for Adults

    St. Joseph New American Catechism NO. O (gr. 1-2)

    New St. Joseph First Communion Catechism (gr. 1-2)

    New St. Joseph Baltimore Catechism No. 1 (gr. 3-5)

    New St. Joseph Baltimore Catechism No 2 (gr. 6-8)

    Fr. McBride's Teen Catechism

    Donations

    How to Bring Fallen Away Catholics Back to the Church CD

    Rome Sweet Rome

    Rediscover Catholicism

    The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic

    Living Joy

    This is the Faith

    Guide to the Passion

    The True Meaning of Christmas

  • Diocesan FB pages

    Family Life and Men of the Cross Facebook Pages We hope to increase our communication and outreach to the people of the diocese. One way to do this is through social media, specifically Facebook. We have combined our "Marriage and Family Life" and "Youth and Young Adult Ministry" Facebook pages into one page called "Diocese of La Crosse Family Life," which can be found here. Also, there is a Facebook page for the men of the diocese called "Men of the Cross," found here. Please Follow, Like, and Share these pages.