Weekly Parish Highlight
Thanks to the Parish Staff, Steve Sykora and Dave Konopinski who brought together our Corbie Lunch last Wednesday. St. Colette was born in Corbie, France-thus the name of our luncheon. Thanks to all who attended!
Weekend of 2/11 & 2/12
Gratitude to those volunteers who worked so hard to bring us the Rummage Sale! It was an incredibly difficult job as the hall remained set up for PSCF. Through all these days of drop off and set up, our volunteers truly gave their all. Thank you so very much. As always, thanks to Sabrina who kept things organized, planned and carried through with even the smallest details.
Thanks to those who dropped off their treasures and to those of you who took time to take some of those treasures home! While the Rummage Sale does in fact help us towards our Education Fund it is truly a social time and something that a number of our parishioners enjoy doing. It's all a part of being a member of the family of St. Colette!
Weekend of 2/4 & 2/5
Special Guest to Sunday School
Our sacristan, Renate, was the special guest at Sunday School last weekend. She talked to the children about what she does during mass and showed them the Chalice, Father's vestments and his mass book.
Weekend of 1/28 & 1/29
Thank you HOly Name Society
Thank you to the men of the Holy Name Society for a delicious Pancake Breakfast this past weekend. It was a great time of fellowship and food!
Congratulations to the First Penance Class
Our warmest Congratulations to the First Penance Class as they have now encountered the mercy of God. May they continue to grow in grace as they now prepare for First Communion. May they live in the mercy of God who loves you as His very own sons and daughters!
Weekend of 1/21 & 1/22
A Fun Debate!
Update 2/2/17 - The Groundhog did see his shadow this morning.....6 more weeks of winter. Thank you for all those who participated in our poll!
We are having a little debate at St. Colette; Will Punxsutawney Phil see his shadow or won't he? Please click here for the poll and vote for what you think his prediction will be, we will reveal the final result in the bulletin after Groundhog Day!
Weekend of 1/14 & 1/15
Get rid of the After Christmas Blues
Christmas came and went, just as it always does and now you may have the blues of "what now?" Have no fear! St. Colette is gearing up for some events that are sure to knock those After Christmas Blues away! Check out our Events Page to see all that's coming up including Pancake Breakfast, Donut Sunday, the Rummage Sale and Night at the Races! You can also take a look at our Volunteer Page to see how you can get involved!
Weekend of 1/7 & 1/8
Thank you for all your kindness to the Church. The Christmas collection exceeded our hopes. The sacrifice that you make for the Church is a blessing to us and deeply appreciated. God's blessings in return a hundred-fold for all your generosity.
Prayers for Bishop Lennon
Bishop Lennon has now officially retired due to health. Please continue to keep the Bishop in your prayers and in your thoughts. We will look to the inspiration of the Holy Spirit and the choice He directs Pope Francis for our new Bishop and Shepherd. We wish and pray Bishop Lennon well and have sent him a letter of our prayerful support during this difficult time. God's peace to him.
Weekend of 1/1 &1/2
Happy New yEar!
"At the beginning of this New Year, O Lord, shower your blessings upon our world and bring us the Peace of Your Son, our Lord Jesus the Christ, who is Prince of Peace, Emmanuel, God among us!"