The Cathedral Parish of St.
Raphael was formed on July
1, 2008 by the merger of
located within a few blocks
of the Capitol Square.
404 E. Main St.
The buildings of two of
those historic parishes –
Holy Redeemer and St.
Patrick – provide the
current facilities for the
Cathedral Parish. Mass is
offered every day in both
The parish
rectory is at the Holy
Redeemer site, while the
offices are at the St. Patrick
120 W. Johnson St.
Old St. Raphael Cathedral
was destroyed by arson in
2005. Bishop Morlino has
announced his intention to
erect a new cathedral on the
same site (at West Main and
Fairchild). In the meantime,
an outdoor Way of the Cross
is located there.
Fairchild St.
January: the Month of the Holy Name of Jesus
Above is the beautiful “IHS” from the tabernacle at Holy Redeemer Church. IHS are
the first three Greek letters in the name “Jesus.” (Photo by parishioner Tom Reitz)
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Cathedral Parish  Madison, Wisconsin
/CathedralParishMadison 
Most Reverend Robert C. Morlino
Bishop of Madison
Reverend Monsignor Kevin D. Holmes
[email protected]
(608) 257-5000 · office
(608) 255-1658 · residence
Reverend José Luis Vázquez
Parochial Vicar
(608) 255-1658
Deacon Raymond Lukesic
Director of Pastoral Care
[email protected]
Marc Laudonio
Director of Evangelization and Catechesis
[email protected]
Nicole Garcia
Director of Parish Life and Mission
[email protected]
Amber Cerrato
Director of Religious Education
[email protected]
Daniel Button
Pastoral Year Seminarian
[email protected]
Leona Rane
Alice Buechner
Maria Culligan
Parish Secretaries
[email protected]
Parish Office
404 East Main Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
(608) 257-5000 – fax 257-5565
Holy Redeemer Church
West Johnson Street
(one half block off State Street)
Saint Patrick Church
East Main Street
(three blocks east of the Capitol Square)
Pro-Life Baby Bottle Boomerang
As the nation mourns the 41st anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade Supreme
Court decision that decriminalized abortion, our parish is teaming up
with Pro-Life Wisconsin to help build a Culture of Life in Wisconsin.
This weekend, January 25th-26th, please pick up a baby bottle after
Mass. Fill that bottle with your spare change, with currency, or with a
check to Pro-Life Wisconsin. Your gift will help support Pro-Life Wisconsin’s work throughout the state. Please return the bottles to church
on the weekend of February 22nd-23rd.
Recycle the Warmth Blanket Drive This Weekend
The 22nd Annual St. Vincent de Paul Recycle the Warmth Blanket Drive is
being held this weekend, January 25th-26th. Please place your new, or
gently used, blankets and bedding in the containers in the back of Holy
Redeemer or in the narthex at St. Patrick. You may also help by contributing money (placed in the regular Mass collection, clearly marked), which
will be used to purchase blankets and bedding. Thank you for helping
Discipleship Small Groups
Do you desire to go deeper in your encounter with Jesus Christ? Would
you like to gather with fellow parishioners on a regular basis for a time
of prayer, study and fellowship?
Beginning in February, small groups of 6-12 people each will begin
meeting monthly in peoples' homes to discuss Forming Intentional Disciples, a book aimed at helping Catholics grow as disciples of Jesus who, in
turn, invite others to follow Jesus.
Different groups will meet in various locations in the Madison area
as well as on different days of the week and times; hopefully one of the
groups will work for you!
If you are interested in joining one of these small groups please contact Marc Laudonio at [email protected] or 257-5000 by Friday,
January 31st. He will be happy to answer any questions and help you
find a group to join!
Monsignor Holmes Away
Beginning this Wednesday evening, Msgr. Holmes will be away from
the parish for a brief vacation. He will be back to celebrate the weekend
Masses on February 8th-9th. Next Wednesday, February 5th, the Blessed
Sacrament will remain in the Adoration Chapel all day, and there will be
no Benediction at 5:00 pm.
Diocesan Men’s Lenten Retreat, March 7-8
All Catholic men are invited to join their brothers in Christ for the annual Diocesan Men’s Lenten Retreat at the Bishop O’Connor Center. The
theme is Fortes in Fides (firm in your faith) and will feature Bishop Robert
Morlino, Fr. John Zuhlsdorf ("Fr. Z"), Msgr. Kevin Holmes and Fr. Eric
Nielsen as retreat masters. There will also be time for Mass, Reconciliation, reflection, and prayer. For more information and to register, go to or call 608-821-3160.
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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 26, 2014
In observance of Catholic Schools Week, which begins today, we have a
guest column from Fr. John Silva at Immaculate Heart of Mary in
Monona. Among our local parochial schools, Immaculate Heart is the only
one that offers families from outside that parish the same tuition rate as
Dear Friends in Christ:
I was thinking back to my own personal experience with Catholic
Schools as a young child. I truly feel blessed by the example that my
teachers demonstrated to me of the importance of being close to the
Catholic Church. And, I think it was significant that my teachers taught
me that lesson aside from just learning it
from my parents.
Although it’s essential for parents to be
the domestic church and instill the foundation of faith and love of Christ into
their children, there is something powerful about those lessons being reinforced
at their school. It shows the child that
what the parents are instructing them
lives elsewhere, and it also allows the
children a vehicle to express their faith in
their religious classes, as they celebrate
the Sacraments, and are able to pray with
their peers.
Our faith is fully alive at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic school in
Monona because children are able to learn about God through the Catechism curriculum. Unlike a public school, learning about God and talking about God is not only allowed, but sometimes encouraged. One of
the most important lessons I learned while at Catholic school is that
God is in charge of our lives. Even more so, I learned that God loves us
every moment of our lives. The more I learned about God in school, the
more I realized how very much he loves me.
Attending Catholic schools helps to build a foundation of faith at an
early age so that it becomes a part of your core self. I believe that anything worth doing comes with a cost – whether it’s your time or your
money. In my opinion, Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School is
worth the cost because God is truly the center. It doesn’t much matter if
you learn how to read, write, and do math if you don’t learn about God
and His purpose for our lives we will lack true joy.
I want to personally invite you to come and visit Immaculate Heart of
Mary Catholic School and meet our wonderful principal Mrs. Mary
Bartsch, the faculty, and staff during Catholic School Week Open House
on January 26 from 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p .m.
Fr. John Silva
Parochial Administrator
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church
Monday, Jan. 27 – St. Angela Merici
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Joseph Morschauser
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
Deceased of Walter Crapser Family
Tuesday, Jan. 28 – St. Thomas Aquinas
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Meinrad Diederich
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
Poor Souls in Purgatory
Wednesday, Jan. 29 – Weekday
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Mark & Donald Rapacz
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
Poor Souls in Purgatory
Thursday, Jan. 30 – Weekday
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Marie Diederich
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
Special Intention: Pam Barton
Friday, Jan. 31 – St. John Bosco
12:10 pm at St. Patrick
† Jeanette Diederich
5:15 pm at Holy Redeemer
Poor Souls in Purgatory
Saturday, Feb. 1 – Weekday
8:00 am at Holy Redeemer
Special Intention: Mary Lisa Ehlinger
5:00 pm at St. Patrick (Vigil)
† Perry & Joan Schappe
6:30 pm in Spanish at Holy Redeemer (Vigil)
† Victor Manuel Hernandez Saenz
Sunday, February 2
Presentation of the Lord
7:00 am at Holy Redeemer (Tridentine)
Special Intention: Terry Heimerl
9:00 am at Holy Redeemer
† David Martineau
11:00 am at St. Patrick
† Sebastian Carvalho
11:00 am in Spanish at Holy Redeemer
Living & Deceased Members of Henry &
Margaret Wastian Dorn Family
5:00 pm at Holy Redeemer
People of the Cathedral Parish
6:45 pm in Spanish at Holy Redeemer
Living & Deceased Members of Henry &
Margaret Wastian Dorn Family
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Cathedral Parish  Madison, Wisconsin
/CathedralParishMadison 
This Week at St. Raphael
Tuesday, January 28
10:30 am Mass at Capitol Lakes
This Week at St. Patrick
Tuesday, January 28
6:30 pm Main Event
7:00 pm Gregorian Chant schola practice
Wednesday, January 29
1:00 pm Bible Study
6:30 pm RCIC Classes
7:00 pm Baptism Classes (in Spanish)
Thursday, January 30
7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal
Sunday, February 2
9:00 am Religious Education Classes
12:00 pm Young Adult Brunch
6:00 pm St. Vincent de Paul Society Meeting
This Week at Holy Redeemer
Tuesday, January 28
6:00 pm Confessions in Spanish
6:30 pm Prayer Group (Spanish)
Wednesday, January 29
6:30 pm Fr. Mazzuchelli Discussion Group
7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal
Thursday, January 30
6:30 pm Spanish Ceremony Rehearsal
6:30 pm Spanish Choir Rehearsal
Friday, January 31
6:00 pm Hour of Adoration (Spanish)
6:00 pm Fe, Esperanza y Amor mtg.(dining room)
Electronic Giving
Parishioners interested in making their regular
contributions to the parish through electronic
funds transfers (EFT) may do so by completing a
form online ( or
by calling the parish office.
Discuss Fr. Mazzuchelli Memoirs & Evangelization
It's not too late to join the discussion of the memoirs of Venerable Fr.
Samuel Mazzuchelli, a great missionary priest in our lands in pioneer
times, and how to apply this inspiration for the New Evangelization.
Meet in the Holy Redeemer Church library for 8 consecutive Wednesdays (which began last Wednesday, January 22), 6:30-8:00 pm. The book
is $6. For more information, contact [email protected]
Prizes Requested for Bingo
As part of our St. Patrick’s Day parish brunch in March, we will be enjoying our annual bingo games. If you could donate prizes, please bring
them to the parish office Mondays through Thursdays from 9 am to 3
pm. We mention this now in case you have some Christmas gifts that
you would like to recycle.
The Catholic Herald
The current parishioner envelope packet contains an envelope for The
Catholic Herald. Only $20 a year is asked for an annual subscription—the
balance of the subscription fee is paid by the parish. Please pay for your
renewal this month, making your check payable to The Cathedral Parish.
If you are not currently receiving The Catholic Herald, please indicate on
your check that it is for a new subscription.
 CATHEDRAL 20S&30S 
Special Service Night: We Need You!
Tuesday, Jan. 28th, Taco Tuesday at Men’s Shelter
Attention shopaholics, chefs, waiters, and volunteers of the 20s and 30s
group! We need your help to prepare and serve a meal for the men at
the Grace Episcopal Church shelter this month. We're looking for people to shop for food this upcoming week, cook the meal from 4-6pm on
Sunday the 26th at St. Patrick's, or serve the meal from 7-9pm on Tuesday the 28th. Taco Tuesday is fast approaching and we need all cooks in
the kitchen!
Too busy to shop, cook, or serve? We're also accepting cash donations to help cover the cost of the food. Feel free to join us for any or all
of these activities - no act of service is too small! Please contact Mike at
[email protected] or Jen at [email protected] for more details or to sign up for a slot.
Please note: The previously scheduled Movie Night for Thursday, January 30th
has been replaced with this service event. Please join us on Sunday and/or Tuesday
instead of Thursday this week as we reach out to those in need. Our Thursday nights
will resume on Feb 6th with our first discussion on Theology of the Body.
Young Adult Brunch Next Sunday
Have some brunch before heading out to your Super Bowl parties! Join
us for our 20s and 30s brunch after the 11:00 am Mass at St. Patrick on
February 2nd (the first Sunday of each month). Cash donations are appreciated to offset the cost.
To receive email updates about Young Adult activities in our parish, please
contact Nicole Garcia at 257-5000 or [email protected]
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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 26, 2014
The Main Event with Special Guest - Abbot Rooney!
January 28th: The Holy Eucharist
‘The Main Event’ is a systematic study of the Catholic Faith for adults,
revealing how all the aspects of the Catholic Faith fit together into one
beautiful plan of God designed to bring us to authentic happiness. The
next session will be the second of five sessions on the sacraments presented by Abbot Marcel Rooney, former head of the Benedictines. ‘The
Main Event’ is held weekly on Tuesday evenings 6:30—8:30 pm at St.
Patrick. Check the website for more details, including the full schedule
and topics of each gathering.
Catholicism 101
We offer a monthly 3-session overview of the Catholic Faith for adults at
St. Patrick Church that occurs every other month. The series is intended
especially for (1) those seeking a basic introduction to Christianity and/
or the Catholic Church, (2) parents with a child to be baptized, and (3)
couples preparing to be married in the Church. Session I will next be
offered Tuesday, March 4th, with sessions II and III on the following two
Tuesday evenings. Sessions begin at 6:30 pm.
For further information on any of these programs, visit our website at, or contact Marc Laudonio at 257-5000 or
[email protected]
Every Sunday, 7:00 am at Holy Redeemer Church. Latin-English booklets
are available to help you pray the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.
Catholic Woman’s Club
Madison Catholic Woman's Club invites all women of the diocese to join
them on Tuesday, February 11th, at St. Maria Goretti Church, for lunch and
the annual baby shower. Guests are invited to bring an unwrapped infant
size baby shower gift to be given to Pregnancy Helpline and Women's Care
Center. Rosary at 10:40, Mass at 11:00 am, with lunch following. The featured speaker is Paul M. Matenaer, J.C.L., Defender of the Bond and Promoter of Justice, Diocese of Madison who will speak on Marriage Nullity divorce and annulment process. Cost is $16.00. Check payable to Madison
Catholic Woman's Club should be sent to Cathy Pryes, 2510 Canterbury
Rd., Madison 53711; 271-9679 by Monday, February 3rd.
NFP Classes
Couple to Couple League will offer an NFP class beginning Saturday,
February 8th and continuing March 8 and April 5 at 1:30 pm at St. Christopher Parish, Verona. For questions concerning NFP, go to or call Alison Hetue, Diocesan NFP Coordinator at 821-3134
or email [email protected] Register at
Monday, Jan. 27 – St. Angela Merici
2 Sm 5:1-7, 10/Mk 3:22-30
Tuesday, Jan. 28 – St. Thomas Aquinas
2 Sm 6:12b-15, 17-19/Mk 3:31-35
Wednesday, Jan. 29 – Weekday
2 Sm 7:4-17/Mk 4:1-20
Thursday, Jan. 30 – Weekday
2 Sm 7:18-19, 24-29/Mk 4:21-25
Friday, Jan. 31 – St. John Bosco
2 Sm 11:1-4a, 5-10a, 13-17/Mk 4:26-34
Saturday, Feb. 1 – Weekday
2 Sm 12:1-7a, 10-17/Mk 4:35-41
Sunday, February 2
Presentation of the Lord
Mal 3:1-4/Heb 2:14-18/Lk 2:22-40 or 2:22-32
Purification of Blessed Virgin Mary (Tridentine)
Mal 3:1-4 / Lk 2:22-32
At Holy Redeemer Church:
Monday – Wednesday, 4:15 – 5:00 pm
Saturday, 7:30 – 8:00 am
At Saint Patrick Church:
Saturday, 3:30 – 4:30 pm
At Holy Redeemer Church: Perpetual Adoration. Eucharistic Chapel is located on the
ground floor of the church, and may be
reached through the side door from the parking lot. On Wednesday only, adoration is in
the upper church from 9:00 am until Benediction at 5:00 pm.
For more information or to sign up for a
regularly scheduled hour of adoration, visit, call 608-833-0554
or email [email protected]
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Parroquia de la Catedral  Madison, Wisconsin
/CathedralParishMadison 
El Reverendísimo Robert C. Morlino
Obispo de Madison
Reverendo Mons. Kevin D. Holmes
Reverendo Padre José Luis Vázquez
Vicario Parroquial
[email protected]
(608) 255-1658 ext. 228
Amber Cerrato
Directora de Educación Religiosa
[email protected] 257-5000 ext. 12
María Culligan
Secretaria Bilingüe
(Martes a Viernes)
[email protected]
(608) 257-5000
Horario de las Misas en español:
Sábados 6:30 pm
Domingos 11:00 am y 6:45 pm
Sacramento de Reconciliación:
Sábados 5:30-6:15 pm
Domingos 10:15-10:45 am
6:00-8:00 pm
Ministerios Litúrgicos
Sábado, 01 de febrero - 6:30 pm
Lázaro Florencio
Lectores: Luis Paulino, Yesenia Estrada
Otoniel Ortega
Hospitalidad: Eloy Farfán, Guadalupe Hernández,
Víctor Ortega, David Ortega
Domingo, 02 de febrero - 11:00 am
Acólitos: Gabriel Lira, Edwin Barrera
Lectores: E. Cacahua, O. Reyes
Salmista: C. Rubalcaba
Monitor: V. Guerra
Eucaristía: Rodolfo Loera
Hospitalidad: P. Mena, V. Gastelum, J. Zumba,
Luis Alarcón, Gustavo Cosme
Domingo, 02 de febrero - 6:45 pm
Homero Sánchez
Lectores: Claudia Medina, Cornelio Domínguez
Primer lector
Monitor: A. Rivera
Hospitalidad: Vitalino Rodríguez, Guillermina y
Ana Varela, Victoria Vázquez
Queridos Amigos en Cristo:
Estaba recordando mi experiencia personal con las escuelas católicas
cuando era un pequeño niño. Realmente me siento bendecido por el
ejemplo que mis maestros me demostraron
la importancia de estar cerca de la Iglesia
Católica. Y creo que es significativo que
mis maestros me enseñaron esa lección
además de simplemente aprenderlo de mis
Aunque es esencial que los padres sean la
iglesia doméstica e inculquen el fundamento de la fe y el amor de Cristo a sus
hijos, hay algo poderoso acerca de esas
lecciones que son reforzadas en la escuela.
Esto le muestra al niño que lo que los padres les están instruyendo vive en otro
lugar, y también permite a los niños un
vehículo para expresar su fe en sus clases
de religión , en la celebración de los Sacramentos, y tienen la oportunidad de orar con sus compañeros.
Nuestra fe está plenamente viva en el Colegio Católico “Inmaculado Corazón de María” en Monona (Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic
school), porque los niños tienen la oportunidad de aprender acerca de
Dios a través del plan de estudios del Catecismo. A diferencia de una
escuela pública, el aprender y hablar acerca de Dios no sólo está permitido, sino también alentado. Una de las lecciones más importantes que
aprendí en la escuela católica es que Dios tiene el control de nuestras
vidas. Más aún, aprendí que Dios nos ama en cada momento de nuestras
vidas. Cuanto más aprendía acerca de Dios en la escuela, más me daba
cuenta de lo mucho que me ama.
El asistir a escuelas católicas ayuda a construir una base de fe a una
edad temprana para que se convierta en una parte básica de uno mismo.
Creo que cualquier cosa que vale la pena hacer o tener, tiene un costo ya sea su tiempo o dinero. En mi opinión, el Colegio Católico
“Inmaculado Corazón de María” vale la pena el costo, porque Dios es
verdaderamente el centro. No importa mucho si aprendemos a leer, escribir y hacer cuentas, si no aprendemos acerca de Dios y Su propósito
para nuestras vidas nos faltará la alegría verdadera .
Quiero invitarles personalmente a venir y visitar el Colegio Católico
“Inmaculado Corazón de María” y conocer a nuestra maravillosa directora Sra. Mary Bartsch, hacer un tour de la escuela y también conocer a
otras familias hispanas quienes ya tienen sus hijos en IHM, durante la
“Casa Abierta” por la Semana de Colegios Católicos el viernes 31 de
enero a las 6:00 p.m.
Padre John Silva
Administrador Parroquial
Colegio Católico Inmaculado Corazón de María
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3° domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
26 de enero de 2014
Próximas Platicas de Bautismo
Las fechas para clases, si piensan bautizar antes de Cuaresma son:
Miércoles, febrero 5 y 12
Las platicas son de 7 a 9 de la noche en el edificio de educación religiosa ubicado en 30 South Franklin Street, en la esquina de la Iglesia de
St. Patrick (404 East Main Street). Los Bautismos son los sábados a las
9:30 de la mañana y todos los domingos a las 11:00 de la mañana. Para
inscribirse en las clases, llamen a María al 257-5000 de martes a viernes
de 8:30 am a 2:00 pm. Las siguientes clases son el 21 y 28 de mayo.
Campaña de Biberones
Al acercarnos al lamentable 41avo aniversario de la decisión de la Suprema Corte en el caso Roe vs. Wade en donde el aborto fue legalizado, nuestra Parroquia se une a Pro-Life Wisconsin para ayudar a construir una Cultura de Vida en Wisconsin. Este fin de semana—enero
25—26, por favor lleve a casa un biberón después de Misa. Llene el
biberón con monedas, billetes o un cheque para Pro-Life Wisconsin.
Por favor traiga los biberones de regreso a la iglesia el fin de semana
del 22-23 de febrero.
Hora Santa de Adoración
El viernes 31 a las 6:00 pm es la Hora Santa de Adoración Eucarística.
Están todos invitados a dedicarle una Hora de Adoración al Señor.
Recordemos que la Adoración Eucarística es el secreto de los Frutos de
la Iglesia y Fuente de grandes Gracias para quienes participan Adorando al Señor.
Presentación del Señor
El domingo 2 de febrero es día de la Presentación del Señor, día de La
Candelaria. Traigan sus velas y Niñitos Jesús a cualquiera de las tres
Misas de ese fin de semana para que Padre José Luis los bendiga.
Intenciones para Misas
Ahora que tenemos tres horarios diferentes para Misas (sábado 6:30
pm, domingo 11:00 am y 6:45 pm), necesitamos urgentemente más
intenciones. Sólo puede haber una intención por Misa y lo estipulado
es $10 (diez) por Misa. Las Misas tienen que ser reservadas por lo menos con dos semanas de anticipación. Para reservar una Misa, por favor llame a la oficina de la parroquia (257-5000) y hablen con María de
martes a viernes de 8:30 am a 12:00 m y de 1:00 a 2:00 pm
Para más información llamar a la oficina
(608) 257-5000 ext. 11.
Requisitos para Bautismo
 Padres y padrinos deben asistir a una
platica pre-bautismal por lo menos un
mes antes del Bautismo. La platica será
en dos sesiones. Llamar a María a la
oficina para anotarse en las clases.
 Los padres, si es la primera vez que bautizan en la Parroquia de la Catedral, o ha
pasado mas de 3 años desde la ultima vez
que bautizaron, deben recibir las clases pre
 Los padrinos, si son pareja, deberán presentar copia del acta de su matrimonio católico. Recuerden que las personas que no
estén casadas por la Iglesia y vivan juntas
como pareja o familia no pueden ser padrinos de Bautismo. Si los padrinos no son
pareja, pero tienen sus respectivas parejas
y no son casadas por la iglesia, tampoco
pueden ser padrinos.
 Las personas que piensan ser padrinos,
deben ser católicos practicantes: Bautizados
católico, Confirmados, asistir frecuentemente a Misa, acudir al Sacramento de la Confesión y poder recibir la Sagrada Comunión.
 Después de haber recibido la segunda
charla, deben ir a la oficina parroquial llevando los siguientes documentos: Copia
del acta de nacimiento del niño(a), Copia
del acta de Matrimonio Católico de los
padrinos, constancia que los padrinos
han recibido las charlas pre bautismales.
Copia de documento de identidad con
foto de padres y padrinos.
 Los padrinos deben ser miembros inscritos de alguna parroquia católica, y hacer
firmar un formato, que se les entregará
el primer día de clases, por su párroco.
Grupo de Oración
“Jesús Divina Misericordia”
Les invitamos a unirnos en oración este martes 28 de enero a las 6:30 pm. Juntos rezamos el Santo Rosario, la Coronilla de la Divina Misericordia, entre otras oraciones.
Colegio Inmaculado Corazón de María
El colegio Inmaculado Corazón de María (Immaculate Heart of Mary)
les invita a la “Casa Abierta” para familias hispanas el viernes 31 de
enero a las 6:00 pm. El colegio ofrece oportunidades para familias hispanas además de la preciada educación religiosa. Si tiene hijos de kínder a 8vo grado, venga a IHM el 31 y obtenga mas información. Tendremos comida para las familias asistentes.
La Capilla de Adoración Perpetua esta ubicada
en el primer piso del edificio de la iglesia. Para
tener una hora de adoración programada, llame al (608) 833-0554, envíe un correo electrónico a: [email protected], o visite

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