Martha and Mary
Martha & Mary Women’s Group kicks off 2019 on Saturday, January 19 at 10:00 a.m. in Bishop Newell Hall, with a fun hands-on event: “Becoming a Woman of Excellence: How will you spend your Time, Talent and Treasure in 2019?” Side-by-side we will create vision boards to set our positive intentions for the coming year. You will go home with a visual reminder of how you plan to spend your time, talent and treasure this year. If you have any outdated magazines, please bring those for sharing. All other supplies will be provided. Bring a friend; new members are always welcome. Check the Martha & Mary Bulletin Board in Bishop Newell Hall for more information and a schedule of upcoming events.
Fr. Gittins shared many insightful ways that we are called to discipleship. For those who did not have a chance to check over his books or for anyone who was not able to attend the conference, there are several of those still available. The cost is per book is $20.00 and will be available in the parish office.
The annual Wyoming Pro-life Weekend begins Friday, January 18 at 7:00 p.m. with Holy Hour at St. Mary’s Cathedral. On Saturday, January 19, Mass will begin at the Cathedral at 9:00 a.m., followed by a free breakfast in Hartmann Hall. Gather at the Cheyenne Depot at 11:00 a.m. for presentations then silently march to the Supreme Court building at noon. At 12:45 p.m., the KOC Council 801 will serve a free lunch at 507 W 28th St, Cheyenne. The Celebrate Life Banquet begins at 5:30 p.m. at Little America Hotel. The speaker is Brad Stine. Tickets for Banquet are $75 – Single, $125 – Couple, $35 – Child. For tickets and more information please call Rachael at 307-287-6355. Please keep our civic leaders and lobbyists in your prayers.
A group of 17 students will be traveling with Lillie, Fr. Rob and Bishop Steven to Panana for a service mission and World Youth Day from January 18-27, 2019. Keep them in your prayers for safe travels and that they be open to all that they encounter during this time.
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