Women Celebrate Retreat Weekend

Women Celebrate Retreat Weekend

Join us at our 20th Annual Women Celebrate Retreat Weekend
February 4th through February 6, 2022 at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin

REGISTRATION BEGINS ON NOVEMBER 1st!!

Women Celebrate is a Catholic-based weekend women’s retreat, yet embraces Christ and His people from all Christian walks of life. Women 18-years and older of all denominations are welcome. Celebrate your relationship with God, encourage and support one another as women, and experience teachings and fun in your Christian life. We want to continue the work of Jesus Christ by bringing His love into the world! We are excited to spend our 20th Annual Women Celebrate weekend with you at the beautiful four-star Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake, WI.

The weekend includes inspirational speakers, worship, music, skits, plenty of food and plenty of fun!

The organizers are excited to welcome Nicole Phillips, Julianne Stanz, Jan Struck and Fr. Kevin Schneider among others to share God’s spirit and love with participants.

Women Celebrate always includes Mass and an opportunity to experience Reconciliation.

For more information, please visit: womencelebrate.org.



Mount Tabor Center/SPIRITUS – Job Opening

Mount Tabor Center/SPIRITUS – Job Opening

Hospitality Coordinator

Mount Tabor Center/SPIRITUS, a growing youth retreat center, has an opening for a part-time Hospitality Coordinator. This 10 hours per week position includes overseeing food service for retreats and programs.

A Catholic person who is caring, friendly and enjoys interacting with people is desired. Please send an email to: edenfoord@spiritusministries.org or contact by phone at: (920) 722-8918.

Knights of Columbus – Membership Drive in September

Knights of Columbus – Membership Drive in September

As I ponder, to write this note, greetings to the fine people of St. John Nepomucene parish.  Our worthy Knights of Columbus will be conducting a membership drive in the month of September.  You may see Knights sporting their shirts around church.  If you see one, say “hello” or “thank you” for being a Knight.  I asked some of our members what they liked about being a Knight and their responses humbled me as I felt tears form in my eyes.  

The first worthy Knight Pat  said “It’s fun” as he quoted one of his college professors as saying “Do well by doing good”.  Many of the Knights common responses were, “ they liked the comradery of like minded men.” Our worthy Financial Secretary Marty,  commented, “It’s a great way to live out your Catholic faith by performing works of Charity.  Our humble Advocate, James commented, “forgive me if my response is not in line with the others, but …. It makes me a better person”.  Our Field Agent Dan,  who sells Knights financial investments for the protection of its members, said, “While I do make a living working as a Knights Agent, it gives me great satisfaction to offer consolation to grieving members, when they have lost a loved one.”  This man is not just an agent, he is a man of great integrity and faith.

For me personally, it was an amazing consolation, to have the 4th degree honor guard posted by my dad’s coffin, when He passed away.  I remember in later years of his life, his best friends were fellow Knights.

As this message must be brief-we are looking for new members to join the Knights of Columbus.  It’s an amazing opportunity to serve our parish, for a practicing Catholic man, 18-years or older.  God Bless! Vivat Jesus!!

Rod Runde, Grand Knight

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