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Register for REP or Family Life

Posted on August 21, 2019 in: General News

Register for REP or Family Life
Students are expected to be enrolled in Religious Education from 1st-11th grade (if not attending a Catholic school). Registration forms are available on all TriParish websites. Forms and payment can go to your church office.   Religious Education classes are offered by the TriParish in two formats:   REP Classes: Parents will drop off children for weekly grade-leveled classes from 9:15-10:15am on Sundays at St. Mary Parish School. Available for grades K-8. Contact Margie Robers for more information:  mrobers@stmb.org   Family Life Nigh...

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Ministers of Bread and Wine Needed
Have you thought about expanding your spiritual life? Maybe now is that time!  We are in need of    Eucharistic Ministers for all the Masses, especially 4:30 PM. If you are even slightly thinking about it, please give me a call or send me a message. Sue Novasic, 262-763-7837 or suenov5@aol.com  

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Smile.Amazon.Com Parish Fundraiser
Immaculate Conception St. Mary Parish will earn money from the AmazonSmile Foundation when you shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/39-0806246.  

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Tri-Parish Sunday Morning Religious Education Notes
Just a reminder that in order for a child to receive their First Communion preparation, the child must first attend Grade One. We also offer Kindergarten. On another note, we need substitute teachers. You would only be asked to teach maybe two or three times a year. Since we will be in three different locations – grade school, Notre Dame Building and the Annex, we need a few adults to volunteer as hall monitors. Safeguarding God’s Children Archdiocesan certification is required for either one of these jobs. The Safeguarding Class is scheduled at St. Char...

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Harvest for Hot Lunch

Posted on August 14, 2019 in: General News

Harvest for Hot Lunch
Would you like to share your bountiful harvest with our students?  The Burlington Catholic Hot Lunch Program would be grateful for any of your home-grown vegetables or fruits.  Tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, beets, green peppers, green onions, broccoli, cauliflower, watermelon, cantaloupe, etc., may be dropped off at either location: St. Mary campus cafeteria anytime between 8 AM – 2 PM, beginning Tuesday, August 20th. St. Charles campus cafeteria anytime between 8:30 AM – 1 PM, beginning Tuesday, August 27th. We appreciate your generosity! ...

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Catholic Stewardship Appeal

Posted on August 14, 2019 in: General News

Catholic Stewardship Appeal
Each year our parishes are asked to take part in supporting the work and mission of the Church in southeastern Wisconsin through the Catholic Stewardship Appeal.  While the names and testimonials of those whose lives have changed because of the Appeal vary, the messages of faith, hope, and charity remain the same and resonate as strongly as ever.   This year’s theme, Amazing Grace, serves to remind us to be thankful for how the wonder of God’s infinite grace affects and changes us.  Grace helps to deepen our faith, make us more loving, carin...

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Adult Formation Wednesday Nights

Posted on August 12, 2019 in: General News

Adult Formation Wednesday Nights
St. Mary, along with St. Thomas in Waterford, St. Clare in Wind Lake, St. Charles in Burlington and St. Joseph and Lyons have an adult formation program which is intended bring adults into a deeper knowledge of the Catholic Faith. Any adult, even those who are not catholic are invited to attend. You may attend one topic, all sessions in a series or all the series.  The venue for these adult formation series rotate two sites.  St. Mary in Burlington (108 McHenry Street, Burlington, WI 53105) in Heim Hall (the door is located between the ...

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Current Adult Formation Series

Posted on August 12, 2019 in: General News

Current Adult Formation Series
Adult Formation Series   Summer Series on the Sacraments: Everyone is welcome to join us in the gathering space of St. Thomas church in Waterford, Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00 PM for our adult formation series on the sacraments Aug 14   Anointing of the Sick Aug 21   Reconciliation and Forgiveness Aug 28   Sin and Grace   

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High School and Confirmation Parent Meeting
There will be a meeting at 7pm on Tuesday September 10 in Andre Hall at St. Charles for any parents with high school students registered in the Family Life program. Important information about Confirmation will be available. Students need to be registered before this meeting, as classes start Sunday September 15. If you have questions or will miss this meeting, contact Ellie Schultz at eschultz@mystcharles.org  

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Coaches, Chaperones and Volunteers...
Safe Environment Training is being offered Tuesday, September 24 at 6:30 PM at St. Charles. This training is required for anyone in the Archdiocese who works with children. Registration is mandatory. Register at https://milwaukee.cmgconnect.org.  A background check is included in this online process.   

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Helping Families Grow in Faith

Posted on August 07, 2019 in: General News

Helping Families Grow in Faith
It takes everyone in a parish community to grow strong families. Please consider volunteering your talents with our Religious Education program. We need people who want to lovingly serve God - we can train you on the specifics! Is God calling you to serve? Please contact Ellie Schultz to learn more  eschultz@mystcharles.org  

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Burlington Catholic School  (at St. Mary and St. Charles Campuses) Hot Lunch Volunteers Needed!!
The Burlington Catholic School Lunch Program is looking for volunteers to serve lunch to our students one time per month (or more if interested) during the 2019-20 school year.  We have openings at both campuses (serving PK-3 at St. Charles campus and 4-8 and Catholic Central students at St. Mary campus).  If interested, please call the school office at 763-1515 between 8 AM and noon Mon-Thurs, or email  Carol and Suzy at foodservicedirectors@ourbcs.org.  Thank you for your help!  

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EMAIL SCAM iTUNES

Posted on June 20, 2019 in: General News

EMAIL SCAM iTUNES
WATCH FOR UNSAFE EMAIL Be alert for the iTunes Gift Card Scam! The hoax we told you about a few months ago seems to be making its way through the archdiocese again. Several parishes contacted us this week to ask if there is a way to prevent these bogus emails from going out to their staff and parishioners. Unfortunately, there is not. The best defense is to educate your people! If you are not familiar with this scam, it starts with the fraudsters creating a fake Gmail account that appears to come from your pastor. The body of the message usually indicates that the ...

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Our Commitment to Protecting Our Future
The Archdiocese is committed to keeping children safe every day throughout the year. Learn more about their Safe Environment program. Safeguarding All of God's Family provides training for all adults who come in contact with minors. Find upcoming sessions. View Charter Compliance Overview

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Summer Projects on Campus this Year
- Gilbertson Stained Glass will be working on the remaining stained glass windows around the church (scraping, sanding, repair glazing, replacing rotted wood, priming and painting. They have already started and will take 4 to 6 weeks, depending upon weather.  - Cramer Construction will be working on the doors for the Chapel and Heim Hall. Wood is on order. - Krause Konstruction will start working on replacing the mis-colored mortar and painting the exterior of the upper part of the church starting after the grade school is out - could also take 4 to 6 weeks. -...

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Tri-Parish Mens Group

Posted on March 09, 2019 in: General News

Tri-Parish Mens Group
Our Tri-Parish Men’s Group Our Tri-Parish Men's Group meets at 7:00 PM the first and third Wednesday of every month. The meeting takes place at St. Charles in Andre Hall. All men ages 18 and older are welcome to attend.  

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Free Subscription to "Formed.org"
Please log into your FREE parish subscription of www.formed.org with password NBNCWYHere you will find a plethora of information on our Catholic faith which includes Bible studies, movies, biographies and talks.  Make use of this valuable tool for your faith formation.  You can do it by yourself, family or friends.  Our pick of the week is Lectio-Evangelization --   How is Jesus working in our lives to fulfill his call to evangelize? How are we called to respond in the midst of conflict, rejection, and outright persecution? There is no bet...

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