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Theology on Tap - Sunday, January 28

Faith, food, and fellowship at Prairie Brothers Brewing Company, 4474 23rd Ave S, Fargo. 5-6pm Happy Hour with pulled pork sandwiches and chips (free will offering for food). 6-7pm Presentation: "The Pilgrim's Way - JT Kennelly will discuss his recent pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago." The talk is free, but all are encouraged to support our generous host, Prairie Brothers Brewing Company. All young adults ages 21-40 are welcome to come join us as we mix great beer and good food with better knowledge!

ValenDine Dinner

Cathedral ValenDine Supper on Saturday February 10th: Invite your favorite someone for an elegant dinner and entertainment hosted and prepared by head chef Monsignor Goering! Social hour begins at 6pm with dinner to follow. Dinner includes antipasto plate with assorted meats and cheeses, homemade cavatelli and Italian sausage, pork marsala and a mushroom sauce, salad and dessert. Wine and beverage bar too! Entertainment provided by Dr. J. Hershberger & Co. Cost: $50 per couple, $25 per person. 604 Broadway. Please RSVP to Diane at 701-235-4289 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  

Bishop Folda speaks at Catholic Man Night –

Monday, January 29th from 6-8 p.m.. Hosted by Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 210 5th Ave W, West Fargo ND. Bishop John Folda is the guest speaker. This monthly event, provides Catholic men an opportunity to gather together to pray, share a meal, and learn more about their faith.

EXPLORE LIFE ISSUES AT CATHOLIC COLLAGE

We face difficult medical decisions at every stage of our lives.  Come learn how to Navigate Health Issues with a Catholic approach.  Fr. James Ermer will present principles of decision making, including patient autonomy, preservation of life, and ordinary vs. extraordinary means.  Dr. Richard Vetter will cover beginning of life issues, such as fertility treatments and prenatal diagnosis.  Dr. Walter Johnson will address end of life issues, such as Advanced Care Directives and care for the dying.  This is one of six courses offered on Sunday afternoons starting February 11.  The event takes place at Shanley High School.  Find out more and register at catholiccollage.com or visit facebook.com/CatholicCollageFargo/

Diocese of Fargo REDEEMED 2018

Bishop John Folda invites all the faithful of the Diocese of Fargo to join him on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at the Scheels Arena and Shanley High School for the REDEEMED 2018 Conference. The theme of this conference is "Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by name: you are mind." (Isaiah 43:1). Adults and youth will gather at Scheels Arena to hear dynamic speakers such as Dr. Edward Sri, Dr. Greg and Lisa Popcak, and Nic Davidson (Youth program) as they inspire and equip us in vibrantly and joyfully living out our faith. Internationally renowned Cat. Chat for Kids and Magician Jeffrey Salveson will host the children's program at Shanley High School. The day will also feature Mass with Bishop Folda, opportunities for confessions and a Family Dance by the Front Fenders. Early registration is only $25 - adults, $15 - ages 15-17 with a Family Maximum of $100 - with early registration by March 18. For more information or to register, visit: www.fargodiocese.org/redeemed or call the Office of Marriage and Family Life at (701)356-7900.

“Gathering” Support Group for Post-Abortive Women

Project Rachel together with Catholic Charities of North Dakota are offering a “Gathering” post-abortion support group for women who have begun their healing journey either through the Sacrament of Reconciliation or a Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat.  The group will meet on the 4th Monday of every month at a designated location in the Fargo area. These monthly gatherings consist of a half-hour meditation before the Blessed Sacrament followed by a share discussion.  Confidential registration required.  To register and learn location of meetings, please call 844-789-4829

 

Job Openings

 

Teachers Wanted

JPII Catholic Schools is seeking to fill the following positions:

·                 Substitute Para-Professionals 

·                  After School Program Worker (PT)

For more information please call 701-893-3231 or visit http://www.jp2schools.org/central-office/careers/

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 Seeks Volunteers

Hospice of the Red River Valley is looking for individuals to join our volunteer team. The volunteer program at Hospice of the Red River Valley provides essential support in our day-to-day work. Volunteers can choose how they would like to help provide compassionate care to patients and their families: through companionship visits, haircuts, running errands, doing light housekeeping, massage therapy, fixing meals, pet therapy, sewing projects and many other ways.
 
To apply to our volunteer program, visit www.hrrv.org/volunteer.
For more information, contact Megan Schroeder at 701-356-1538 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or Kristi Sherven at 701-356-1506 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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.