Dr. Paul Byrne, M.D – Wednesday, March 13

We will be pleased to host Dr. Paul Byrne, M.D. who will present Protecting Life: Concerns about “Brain Death,” Organ Transplantation, Advanced Directives, and Palliative Care on Wednesday, March 13, at 7:30 PM at St. Maron’s Church on University Avenue.

Father of twelve, Dr. Byrne has been a consultor and contributor with various pro-life organizations for over forty years and has been a guide to several bishops in clarifying the morality of difficult medical questions. These important issues are often misunderstood by well-meaning Catholics, so plan to attend. Refreshments will be provided by the men of St. Joseph’s Guild and the Knights of Malta. There will be a low Mass at 6:30 PM beforehand here at All Saints.

Home School Coop Fundraiser – October 21

The annual Hog Raffle, Pumpkin Patch, and Bake Sale in support of the co-op will take place on Sunday, October 21. The Hog Raffle is for two half-hogs which will be processed, wrapped, and delivered in November. Tickets will be on sale following the Masses on both October 14 and October 21 at $5 each or 5 for $20, and the winners drawn on October 21. The hogs and pumpkins support local growers, so here’s a chance to go hog wild. Please email allsaintshomeschoolcoop@gmail.com for any questions or to volunteer.

All Saints Festivities, Sunday October 28

The All Saints’ festivities will be held on Sunday, October 28, which is also the feast of Christ the King. The 10:30 High Mass will conclude with Benediction and special prayers. A festive potluck will follow, so please bring a small dish or dessert to share. The afternoon will conclude with an outdoor procession around the block at 2:30 PM while we chant the Litany of the Saints as a public witness to our Faith; the children are invited to dress as a saint of their choice for the procession. All are invited!

March for Life 2019

Tuesday, January 15 – Sunday, January 20, 2019
Washington D.C.
Registration is now OPEN

Registration for the annual pilgrimage to the national March for Life. The fee of $460 covers: Bus transportation to D.C. and tip; hotel; 6 meals; visiting D.C. landmarks; Students for Life of America Conference; National March for Life. Pilgrims are responsible for up to 9 meals, mostly during the bus trip. Families of high school pilgrims are welcome to attend. Registration for groups will be taken on a first come, first served basis. Registration deadline is October 31 (unless it fills earlier). Group leaders can register and find many more details at archspm.org/marchforlife.

Saint Padre Pio Comes to America, September 25

Tuesday, September 25, 6:30 pm
Cathedral of Saint Mary, 25 8th Ave. S, St. Cloud

The tour of the relics of Padre Pio on the occasion of the 50th commemoration anniversary of Padre Pio’s death. Relics of Saint Pio will be available for public veneration. For more information and a list of all tour locations, visit saintpiofoundation.org.