Celebrating the Life of St. Francis

You are invited to join the Secular Franciscans for the St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day Mass on Thursday, October 4, at 7:00 p.m. at St. Austin Campus of the Parish Community of St. Bridget, 4050 Upton Avenue North, Minneapolis (Victory Neighborhood of Mpls. and Robbinsdale) and the reception that will immediately follow in Brennan Hall.
Join us for the Blessing of Animals

Sunday, October 7th 11:30 on the Parkway! Invite your friends, neighbors and their beloved pets to meet on the corner of Dowling Avenue North and Victory Memorial Drive.

A gathering of all faiths! All are welcome as we honor our Patron Saint of animals, ecology and messengers.

Spread the word! 
Come Celebrate with us - Oktoberfest is just around the corner.....

Saturday, October 13th following the 4:30pm Mass at St. Bridget's
Our Oktoberfest Celebration will take place in the school gym, across the street from St. Bridget's
Amid non-stop violence, here’s an invitation to 10 days of peace

Sunday, October 14th 4pm - 6pm

Opportunities and Contacts for participation in Prison Ministry:
Certain prerequisites are required and participation in Mentorship and Charis retreats require a minimum of one year commitment

           For information about Prison Ministry opportunities please contact:
Fay Connors, Ph: 952-250-7613, E-mail: fay.connors@gmail.com
Kevin Connors, Ph: 952-426-8633, E-mail: kjc379@gmail.com
SAVE THE DATE! Plan to join us for an important ALL PARISH MEETING on Sunday, October 21st after the 9:30 AM Mass in Brennan Hall . We will gather to listen to one another and share our thoughts and concerns for the parish as we move forward in our transition process to become one parish in one building. Your input is an important part of this process. If you have not yet received a survey call, please call the parish office 612-529-7779
Indiana Jarvis has had a wonderful time in Greenland!

To see many more of his wonderful photo's check out his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/paul.jarvis

Welcome Home Fr. Paul - you were missed!

Patty Stibal