March 17th, 2019 - Second Sunday of Lent
“I am the Lord who brought you from Ur of the Chaldeans to give you this land as a possession.” (Genesis 15:7)
Just as the Lord gave Abraham, Moses and the Israelites a land to possess, He has also given each of us a home. Whether your home is grand or humble, it is a gift from God. Abraham prepared a great sacrifice to the Lord in gratitude for the home God gave him. How do you show your gratitude to God for the home He has given you? Do you make a sacrifice of any kind? Do you return any of your finances to God, investing equally in your eternal home just as you invest in your earthly home?
Theology on Tap for Young Adults
Holy Land Pilgrimage
Holy Spirit Adult Ed Lenten Study
Holy Spirit Parish's Lenten adult ed study No Great Love: a biblical walk through Christ's passion with Dr. E. Sri begins the week of March 5th with three options for meeting: Tuesdays 9am, Thursdays 7pm, or Sundays 10am. Call 232-5900 to sign up and prepare to encounter the love of Jesus this Lent.
WALKING TOWARD ETERNITY STUDY WITH JEFF CAVINS
St. William's Fish Fry
The St. William's Men's Club would like to invite everyone to join us for our 17th annual fish fry at the Argusville Community Center, Argusville, ND on Friday March 8th, 2019 from 4:30-7:30pm. Adults $10.00. Children age 7-12 $5.00. Children 6 and under are free.
REDEEMED 2019 “Made for Greatness” Men’s Conference
Bishop John Folda invites all men of the Diocese of Fargo to join him on Saturday, March 30 at the Delta Hotel in Fargo for the REDEEMED 2019 Made for Greatness Men’s Conference. Hear dynamic speakers such as Bill Donaghy (creator of the RISE 30 Day Men’s Challenge), Father Sean Kilcawley (Integrity Restored), Bishop John Folda, and more as they unpack what leads to the authentic greatness. Early registration is only $40 through March 10. For more information or to register visit: www.fargodiocese.org/redeemedmen or call Brad Gray (701) 356-7903.
Msgr. James Shea Parish Mission
Sts. Anne & Joachim Catholic Church (5202 25th St. S., Fargo) will be featuring Msgr. James Shea for their parish mission “The Blessed Virgin Mary Compared to the Air We Breathe.”
The talks will take place March 10-12 and begin at 7 p.m. each night. Children and adults are welcome to all presentations and free childcare will be available on site. The topics for each night are:
- Sunday, March 10: How Mary Reveals Christ to Us
- Monday, March 11: Mary, the Channel of God’s Mercy in Suffering
- Tuesday, March 12: Mary, the Mother of All the Faithful
For more information, please call Katie at (701) 235-5757 or visit www.stsaaj.org/parish-mission.
Retrouvaille: Help for Hurting Marriages
Retrouvaille is an international, peer-run program that has assisted hundreds of thousands of hurting married couples turn the tide, find new hope, and rediscover the love that initially brought them together. Surveys have shown that 3 out of 4 couples who complete the entire program are still married five years later with stronger, healthier marriages. Retrouvaille will be held locally April 26-28, 2019 in Fargo with additional dates regionally in February and March. Visit www.HelpOurMarriage.com or call (701) 356-7962 to find out more or to register.
FAITH AND FITNESS—TRY IT!
Get a jump start on your New Year’s resolutions by coming to a new Faith and Fitness class at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Fargo. Join us on Wednesdays, at 11:45 AM, as Deb Kuntz (a St. Anthony’s parishioner and certified instructor) leads us in a stretching and strength class. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. No cost to attend and all ages are welcome. A free will offering will benefit the St. Anthony’s St. Vincent de Paul Conference.
National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC)
This is an amazing 3-day conference for high school students and chaperones. The pilgrimage dates is November 20-24, 2019 and this conference happens in Indianapolis, IN. Each day NCYC has great keynote speakers, many workshops for students and adults along with wonderful entertainment for all in the afternoons and evenings. Also offered each day is Mass, reconciliation and adoration. The trip cost is $700/student and includes transportation by bus, hotel accommodations, meals each day and registration for the conference(a complete packet). For every eight (8) students registered with deposit and paperwork into the Diocese by June 15, 2019 an adult chaperone from that parish goes free. Priests and religious go free but must register with this diocese no later than June 15, 2019. For more information and to register, go to www.nationalcatholicyouthconference.org or contact Kathy Loney at 701-356-7902. Each parish priest and DRE or Youth Minister has received info on this wonderful pilgrimage!
Residential Volunteer Program | Sacred Heart Monastery
Residential Volunteers live and work at the Monastery which is situated on the banks overlooking the Missouri River. Each volunteer works up to 30 hours each week leaving time for play, prayer and reflection. During the first week, the volunteer is given time to unpack and settle in. There is an official welcoming blessing ceremony with the Monastic Community. The orientation includes introductions to:Liturgy of the Hours, Lectio Divina (traditional Benedictine practice of scriptural reading, meditation, and prayer), Sacred Heart Monastery's sponsorship relationship with Avera and Mount Marty College, and the history of the Yankton Benedictines. After the first week, the volunteer enters into the Benedictine balance of Ora et Labora - Pray and Work. Spiritual Direction is available upon request. Discover Sacred Heart Monastery's Residential Volunteer Program.
Cost: Volunteer is responsible for financial, medical and personal needs. A small stipend is included.
Traditional Marriage Rosary Rally
God's Marriage and the Traditional Family need our prayers. That is why you are invited to join our Rosary Rally for Traditional Marriage at St. Anthony's (Parking Lot) on March 23rd from 12-1pm. This Rosary Rally will be one of 1000 Rallies across the United States. It is coinciding with St. Joseph Feast Day (Protector of families). St. Louis de Montfort said: Public prayer is far more powerful than private prayer to appease God's Mercy in times of public tragedy and suffering."
The liberal media and the radical homosexual movement work hard to replace traditional marriage with same-sex "marriage". They even call these unnatural and sinful lifestyles "families".
Sadly, many people who support traditional marriage in private fail to stand up to the advancing homosexual agenda in public. "AND WHEN GOOD PEOPLE DO NOTHING, EVIL ADVANCES".
So please stand with St. Joseph and Our Lady's Rosary Warriors and join us for this Rosary Rally on March 23rd at St. Anthony's from 12-1pm. If any questions, please call Cindy Petrich at 701-552-1675.
God Will Bless You!!!!!!!
Development Coordinator – St. Paul’s Newman Center
FT Elementary Teacher
Tender Hearts, our early childhood program, is currently hiring individuals to come play with us! Come be part of an amazing ministry where you get to see God’s hand at work in the lives of children and their families. We are Christ-centered, play-based, and quality-rated. We believe in messy play, big emotions, and undeserved grace. We believe that empowering, encouraging, and supporting our staff members is just as important as caring for children. As a smaller program with only 18 children, we are tight-knit and family-focused. Tender Hearts is a program of The Perry Center, a home for women experiencing an unexpected pregnancy. We serve these women, as well as families in the community.
Our staff members are hand-picked not for their diaper-changing abilities, but for their character and heart to serve God, and it truly shows. We look for individuals who first and foremost want to serve, and from there, we teach you what you need to know!
We have part-time hours available in our infant, toddler, and preschool rooms. Bonus points if you can read Bible stories in a sing-song voice, spoon-feed lasagna to two or three babies at a time, and if you don’t mind being a human jungle gym. Free meals and snacks, no nights or weekends, casual dress, and a super fun encouraging environment for staff members. Truly, it’s the best job you’ll love.
Tender Hearts Early Childhood Program- The Perry Center
FT Media Specialist
Full-Time Elementary School Teacher
Part-Time Respect Life Director
Diocese of Fargo is currently accepting applicants for a PT Respect Life Director. The successful candidate will develop a vision and strategy to assist our Bishop in fostering and teaching the culture of life by providing leadership in educational activities, pastoral care and prayer. Candidate must be a faithful and practicing Catholic with an understanding of correct doctrine and integrity of life, have strong communication skills, computer skills, and a professional social media presence. A background in Catholic health care bioethics is preferred. Email cover letter, resume, and three references to: Barbara.Augdahl@fargodiocese.
Holy Family - St. Mary’s Catholic School in Grand Forks, ND is seeking applicants for a primary classroom teacher for 2018-2019. If interested in applying, please send a letter of interest, a resume, two letters of recommendation, a copy of transcripts, and a copy of your ND teaching license to the school office. Attention: Katie Mayer, 1001 17th Ave. South, Grand Forks, ND 58201.
FT Parish Events & Faith Formation
St. Joseph’s Social Care and Thrift Store in Grand Forks, ND is seeking an Executive Director. Required qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, fundraising grant writing experience, and two years of experience supervising staff. Preferred qualifications: Master’s degree or equivalent experience, and experience with budgets. Salary commensurate with experience. Application deadline is January 31, 2019. Send resume with contact information for three references to: Search Committee Chair, St. Joseph’s Social Care and Thrift Store, 620 8th Avenue South, Grand Forks, ND 58201.
FT Assistant to the Executive Director and Fargo Office Manager
The Real Presence Radio Fargo Office is looking for an enthusiastic individual to act as Assistant to the Executive Director and Fargo Office Manager. The candidate for this position will assist the Executive Director. They must demonstrate a firm commitment to the mission of RPR and its identity as a Catholic ministry. Must be proficient with computers, technology and office programs, well-organized; detail oriented and able to manage multiple priority tasks at once; exceptional communication and writing skills; positive attitude and the ability to adjust priorities, must maintain confidentiality and the ability to manage support staff and volunteers. To apply or receive a copy of the job description please call 701-795-0122 or stop by the office at 503 7th Street North Suite 101 in North Fargo.
Nurse or Sonographer
PT Real Presence Live Producer
The Real Presence Radio Fargo Office is looking for an individual to act as Real Presence Live Show Producer. The candidate for this position will assist the Programming Director by accomplishing the steps necessary to produce the weekly Real Presence Live shows Tuesday-Thursday. They must demonstrate a firm commitment to the mission of RPR and its identity as a Catholic ministry. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, strong interpersonal, planning, technology and organizational skills. Must have at least a 2-year Associate’s Degree in Communication or Media preferred and maintain a valid driver’s license. Must have a positive attitude and the ability to adjust priorities, confidentiality and the ability to manage volunteers. To apply or receive a copy of the job description please call 701-795-0122 or stop by the office at 503 7th Street North Suite 101 in North Fargo.
JPII Catholic Schools
FT Director of Religious Education
Head Girls Swim Coach – Shanley High School
Cathedral of St. Mary's Adoration Chapel
The following time slots need adorers:
Sunday - 4am (OPEN), 5am(OPEN) and 6am(OPEN), 11am, 12pm, 2pm (OPEN), 4pm, 5pm, 7pm
Monday- 12am, 1am, 3am, 4am, 11am(OPEN), 12pm, 1pm, 2pm
Tuesday - 1am, 3am, 4am, 10am, 5pm(OPEN)
Wednesday - 12am, 3am(OPEN), 4am, 7am, 9am, 5pm, 6pm(OPEN), 7pm
Thursday - 1am, 2am(OPEN), 3am, 5am
Friday - 6am, 9am, 11am, 12pm, 3pm, 11pm
Saturday - 5am, 10am(OPEN), 11am, 3pm, 5pm(OPEN), 10pm
If you can take one of these hours, please call Cindy Petrich (232-5985) or Marilyn Loegering (347-4031). Thank you!
Hospice of the Red River Valley Volunteers
Emergency Food Pantry Seeking Volunteers
The Emergency Food Pantry has a great need for more volunteers! There are lots of different opportunities to help, regardless of age or physical limitations. Volunteers are welcome Monday – Friday from 8am – noon and 1pm - 4pm.
If you can’t volunteer your time, another way to help is through donations! Some commonly needed items are canned tuna, canned fruit, peanut butter, and milk. We are always in need of hygiene products, baby items (such as food, formula, diapers), and household items (such as detergents and cleaning products.)
With your support we provide individuals and families in need with one week’s supply of healthy food. We couldn’t do it without you!
If you would like to visit us and learn more about volunteering please call 701-237-9337.