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Tri-Parish Bulletin Announcements


    •Harvest Mass: This year’s Harvest Mass will be on Sunday, September 8th at 10 am at the Wayne and Phyllis Buresh Farm.


    •St. Finbarr “Tried and True” Cookbook for Sale: The cookbooks have arrived and they look fabulous! St. Finbarr parishioners have contributed over 535 “Tried and True” recipes to a brand new cookbook that you can own! If you would like to purchase a cookbook for $20 please contact Jenny Gehling at 507-251-7929 or Jenny Weiss at 507-951-3083.


    •Second Collection: There will be a second collection the weekend of June 30th to go towards Peter’s Pence. This collection enables the Holy Father to respond with emergency financial assistance to requests to aid the neediest throughout the world – those who suffer as a result of war, oppression and natural disasters. It likewise provides the faithful with a tangible opportunity to not only empower the weak, defenseless and voiceless, but also sustains those who suffer.


    •Living, Dying and the Power of Presence: We are pleased to announce the upcoming Inspiring Talk and Film Presentation by: Kevin Dunn International Filmmaker & Pro-life Speaker, Director of Fatal Flaws: Legalizing Assisted Death, The Euthanasia Deception & The Vanier Way with Jean Vanier. Are assisted dying laws leading society down a dangerous path? For the past three years, award winning filmmaker Kevin Dunn has travelled to four countries to capture powerful testimonials from those most affected by ‘assisted dying’ laws: the elderly and those who live with disabilities or mental illness. Kevin’s talk, which includes scenes from his films, underscores the need for each of us to become a ‘prophet of hope’ in the lives of those around us. Kevin is currently travelling throughout the world on his “Prophets of Hope Tour”, giving two different talks: “Living, Dying and the Power of Presence” and “The Vanier Way” (featuring Jean Vanier). Talks include clips from his recent films, “Fatal Flaws: Legalizing Assisted Death”; “The Euthanasia Deception” and “The Vanier Way”. These, along with Kevin’s powerful testimony as husband and father of six make for a truly uplifting and unforgettable experience. Are you ready to become a prophet of hope? Join us on June 17, 2019 at the RCTC Heintz Center Commons, 1926 Collegeview Rd E, Rochester, MN 55904. The evening is free of charge however a good will offering will be gratefully accepted. For more information contact livingdyingrochester@gmail.com


    Prayer Chain-Please keep the sick, hospitalized & homebound Tri-Parish members in your prayers. If you would like to be included in the bulletin prayer chain, send an email to triparishsecretary@gmail.com. Your name will be listed in the bulletin for our parish family to pray for your return to good health.


    •Everyone is Invited to Meadowfest Lunch: Come and join us for the Meadowfest Lunch on Sunday, June 30th at St. Finbarr Catholic Church. Serving 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Hot Ham Sandwich, Loaded Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Fruit Salad, Bars, Beverage. Adults: $10.00; Kids 6-12--$5.00; Under 12--Free.


    Parish Tables & Chairs: The tables and chairs at all three parishes are church property and are never to be used outside of the church or borrowed by parishioners. If you have any questions regarding this policy contact Father.

    •Estate Planning: Please keep your parish or cemetery in mind when preparing your estate or will. Thank you.

    •Catholic Charities of Southern MN: Have you always wanted a family? Have you been thinking about adoption but not sure where to start? Call Catholic Charities to schedule an adoption information meeting to learn about different types of adoption, the process, and how to begin. Visit us at www.ccsomn.org or call Catholic Charities in Austin at 507-433-3062, in Rochester at 507-287-2047 or in Winona at 507-454-2270 for more information.

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