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Holy Spirit Parish Weekly Newsletter

He is risen! Alleluia!

Easter time is starting to wind down but is still here for a couple weeks. We celebrate the Ascension this coming Sunday, but before that we have four saints (three in one day!), two of whom are of exceptional importance to English-speaking Christians. 

Summer PSR Registration is Open! There's a chance to win a $50 gift card if you are a new visitor OR bring a friend to our sALt Youth Group, and our Couples Connect Kickoff Event is next month. Here is your weekly update on what's going on in the parish.

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We are excited to be offering our Intensive Summer PSR Program for the Summer of 2022 for Grades 5-8!

Click Here to Register or for More Info

Tuesday, May 24th

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Saint Bede the Venerable

Saint Bede the Venerable almost never left his monastery once he became a monk, but he influenced the entire Church of his day. One of the most well-rounded scholars, he wrote and taught in all areas of knowledge. Bede's writings were read in church even before his death.

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Saint Mary Magdalene de' Pazzi

Saint Mary Magdalene de' Pazzi is known as the "ecstatic saint" because of her unusual gifts from God. To safeguard the authenticity of her visions, her confessor had her dictate them to fellow sisters. The result was five volumes encompassing ecstasies, letters, and inspirational sayings.

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Saint Gregory VII

Saint Gregory VII, originally known as Hildebrand, was a reformer before and during his papacy. He struggled to gain the Church's freedom from undue civil influence and paid a price for his efforts. Gregory VII died in exile in 1085. Thirty years after his death, the Church won its struggle.

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Thursday, May 26th

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Eucharistic Adoration

Every Thursday

6 PM - 8 PM

Holy Family Chapel

Saturday, May 25th

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St. Augustine of Canterbury

An Italian Benedictine monk who became the "Apostle of the English," Saint Augustine of Canterbury is honored by the Catholic Church on May 27. Under the direction of Pope Saint Gregory the Great, Augustine founded the famous See of Canterbury and preached the Catholic faith to the country's Anglo-Saxon pagans during the late sixth and early seventh centuries.

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Sunday, May 29th

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sALt Youth Group

Who - Any high school student.

What - Prayer, Fellowship, Games and sometimes food.

When - 7:30 PM on Sundays

Where - Father Mosovsky Hall


Come and visit Youth Group for the first time OR bring a new friend to visit and you will get entered for a chance to win a $50 gift card of your choice!

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Jesus Ascended Into Heaven.

Read the Mass Readings!

Ascension Sunday

Some Thoughts for Reflection

Did the Ascension Really Happen?

At the climax of the forty days spent with the disciples after his resurrection, Jesus ascended bodily into heaven. Catholics have always understood this to be a literal, miraculous event. We believe it really happened-and as a Church we profess it every Sunday. But the dogma also has its detractors.

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Why the Ascension and Pentecost are Essential

Are the Ascension and Pentecost just "After-Parties" of Easter?

Or are they significant events in God's plan to save each and every one of us?

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Save the Dates!


Holy Spirit Parish's new marriage ministry Couples Connect is having its kickoff Meet & Greet Social. All married couples of all ages are invited!

Join us for a night of food, drinks, free babysitting and to get to know other couples in the parish and provide input on what you would like to see in our Marriage Ministry.

Couples Connect Kickoff Meet & Greet Social

Friday, June 24th

7:00 PM (Fr. Mosovsky Hall)

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Holy Spirit Parish Picnic

Saturday, July 30th

6:00 PM (Fr. Mosovsky Hall)


If you are able to assist, please email Mike Schmiesing, Pastoral Assistant:

Email Mike
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“Come, Holy Spirit. Let the precious pearl of the Father and the Word delight come. Spirit of truth, you are the reward of the saints, the comforter of souls, light in the darkness, riches to the poor, treasure to lovers, food for the hungry, comfort for those who are wandering.”

-St Mary Magdalene de’ Pazzi