2018 Annual Fish Fry: Four busy weeks, lots of delicious food, great workers, awesome desserts and many compliments. When you think about the amount of parishioners who donate their time to work these four weeks’ it’s truly a dedication and a blessing. St. Paul’s has built up quite a reputation and we can all be proud of what we represent and accomplish. A full report will be in an upcoming bulletin. Many many thanks to all who make this annual event such a success!
Armed Forces Day is just around the corner. There will be a meeting on April 14th after mass to begin the planning of this years chicken dinner. All parishioners are encouraged to attend this meeting. New ideas are always welcome.
"Feed My Lambs" - a beautiful hard covered book with colored pictures and a history of all the parishes in our Lacrosse Diocese will be available for sale following Mass until sold out. These sell for $33. This book was created to commemorate our Lacrosse diocese sesquicentennial. Books must be paid for at time of pickup. Checks should be made out to St. Michael's
St. Michael’s Parish is installing a handicap lift to the basement The cost of the project will be approximately $18,000. Donations are being requested so as not to dip so heavily into savings. To donate simply place your donation in a plain envelope (do not use parish envelopes) mark it lift project, include your name, and place it in the collection basket. If you want to donate secretly give the envelope to Fr. Letona. Money counters will be notified on how to deposit these funds.
Sesquicentennial of the Diocese of LaCrosse: Bishop Callahan will be celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Diocese of LaCrosse by celebrating mass at different Parishes in the Diocese. St. James has the honor of hosting one of the asses. This mass will be on April 7th at 6pm. Come and help celebrate this milestone with His Excellency. A small Reception will follow.
Our Camp Douglas food pantry is in dire need of donations. Please con- sider bringing a few groceries and place them in the box at the entry of the church.