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18 June 16, 2017 THE U.P. CATHOLIC CALENDARS (ALL TIMES LOCAL) www.upcatholic.org DIOCESAN CALENDAR JUNE 16-21: Families of Nazareth re- treat, Marygrove Retreat Center, Garden 20: St. Joseph Association meet- ing, 11 a.m., Bishop Baraga con- ference room, diocesan offices, Marquette 21: Diocesan finance council meeting, 9:15 a.m. - 3 pm., Bishop Baraga conference room, diocesan offices, Marquette 22: Training seminar, "Volun- teers: Recruiting, Engaging and Retaining," 10 - 11 a.m., Bishop Baraga Room, diocesan offices, Marquette; also offered via Zoom 23-25: Sacred Heart retreat, Marygrove Retreat Center, Garden 28: School bookkeeper workshop, Bishop Baraga conference room, diocesan offices, Marquette JULY 4: Independence Day, diocesan offices closed 14-16: Family retreat weekend (1st), Marygrove Retreat Center, Garden 21-23: Steubenville Youth Confer- ence, Kenosha, Wis. 21-23: Family retreat weekend (2nd), Marygrove Retreat Center, Garden 28-30: Family retreat weekend (3rd), Marygrove Retreat Center, Garden JUNE 23-25 The Sacred Heart of Jesus will be the focus of the week- ends retreat at Marygrove Retreat Center in Garden. During the weekend there will be common prayer times, the Holy Mass, time for quiet individual prayer and confessions. In addition, through con- ferences, participants will enter into a deeper under- standing of how devotion to the Sacred Heart can enrich everyones lives. Father Tim Ferguson along with Deacon Steve and Jackie Gretzinger will facilitate the talks. For more information or to register, visit www. marygrove.org or call (906) 644-2771. SUNDAYS, June 25-July 30 Father Brian Gerber will present The Spirituality of the Saints at All Saints Par- ish in Gladstone on Sunday evenings beginning June 25 through July 30 at 6:30 p.m. He will share the spiritual wisdom of the saints through their teaching and stories of their heroic lives. SUNDAY, July 9 The Awaken Ministry summer series will take place at St. Mary Queen of Peace Parish in Kingsford from 6:30 until 8 p.m. The evening con- sists of praise and worship, a talk relevant to the Gospel message, and closes with Eu- charistic Adoration. To learn more about Awaken, see the story on page 12 of this issue. JULY 14-16 The Carmelite Monastery in Iron Mountain will host a holy hour each night in honor of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. For more information, see the left hand column of this page. JULY 18-26 A novena to St. Anne will be held at St. Joseph Parish in Ishpeming for nine consec- utive days beginning on July 18. Weekday Masses followed by novena prayers are at 8:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday Masses are at 5 p.m. and 9:30 a.m., respectively. The novena concludes on July 26, the feast of Saints Anne and Joachim. THE U.P. CATHOLIC CALENDAR Carmelites to hold public Holy Hours July 14-16 A Holy Hour in honor of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel will take place July 14-16 at the Carmelite Monastery in Iron Mountain. The Holy Hour will begin at 7 p.m. each evening consisting of benediction, reflections on our Blessed Mother, rosary, litany of Our Lady and Hymns. Father Thomas Acklin, O.S.B., a Benedictine Monk from St. Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe, Penn., will conduct the Holy Hour. His talks will include the theme of Our Lady of Fatima and her message. Enrollment in the brown scapular will be of- fered on the evening of July 16 for anyone who wishes to enroll. Diocesan youth choir camp registration open The second annual diocesan youth choir camp is slated for Aug. 7-11. It will be held from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day at St. Peter Cathedral in Marquette. Children ages 10-17 with all skill levels are encouraged to attend. The camp staffwill provide youth with a unique opportunity to learn music, play musical instruments, compose, and to develop their voices. Financial assistance and housing are available upon request. To register, pick up a camp registration form at the diocesan ice, or by contacting Samuel Holmberg at (906)-227-9122. Holy Name Catholic School offering summer academy Holy Name Catholic School in Escanaba will offer a summer academy with the theme of inventions and inventors. The acad- emy is open to all area students in kindergarten through sixth grade. The academy runs Monday through Thursdays, July 10 through Aug. 3, from 9 a.m. until noon. The days will be structured around reading, math, writing and science activities, many of which will be hands on. In addition, there will be recess, snacks and a campfire. To register or to learn more call the school ice at (906) 786-7550. Summer homeless shelter available in Marquette A summer shelter for homeless in Marquette will be held this summer at Marquette area churches. To volunteer for shifts, visit www.SignUpGenius.com, click on the magnifying glass icon and type in SummerShelter@aol.com. Franciscans end service in diocese after more than 100 years 50 & 25 YEARS AGO BY LARRY CHABOT FROM OUR SUNDAY VISITOR JUNE, 1967 Newly ordained for the diocese were Fathers Thomas Wantland, Dan- iel Zaloga, and Raymond Zeugner. Bishop Thomas Noa appointed seven people to plan the first priest senate in the diocese. St. Paul Catholic High School in Negaunee closed after 35 years. FROM THE U.P. CATHOLIC JUNE, 1992 The first thing he'll to do in retirement, said U.P. Catholic editor Chuck Gabel, is "throw away my alarm clock." Robert Stebler of Hubbell became the fifth U.P. man to head the Michi- gan Knights of Columbus. Franciscans of St. John Province ended 109 years of service at Es- canaba St. Joseph Parish. Corpus Christi processions set for around the diocese The Catholic Church will celebrate the Sol- mentiy of the Body and Blood of Christ, or Corpus Christi Sunday, on June 18 this year. Below is a list of parishes holding processions in their communities. The events are scheduled for June 18, unless otherwise noted. BARAGA, Catholic Community: A Mass at 11 a.m. will be held at the L'Anse Waterfront Park. Following the Mass, the procession will take place through the streets of L'Anse and end with a potluck picnic. In the event of rain, it will be held at Sacred Heart Parish. (Note: There will not be a 10 a.m. Mass at Sacred Heart Parish in L'Anse or a noon Mass at Most Holy Name of Jesus/St. Kateri Tekakwitha Par- ish in Assinins on the day of the procession). EWEN, Sacred Heart: Procession begins at 3 p.m. GARDEN, St. John the Baptist: Following the 11 a.m. Mass. GWINN, St. Anthony: Following the 10:30 a.m. Mass, around the parish grounds. IRON MOUNTAIN, St. Mary & St. Joseph: Fol- lowing the 10 a.m. Mass. ISHPEMING, St. John the Evangelist: Begins after the 9 a.m. Mass, around the block of the parish. MARQUETTE, St. Peter Cathedral and St. Michael: Beginning at noon at St. Peter Cathedral and walking up Fourth St. to St. Michael Parish. A bus will be available to bring participants from St. Michael to St. Peter and then back to St. Michael. A bus will also follow along in the procession for those who are unable to walk. A picnic will follow. NORWAY, St. Mary: Following the 4 p.m. Mass on Saturday. Procession through the neighbor- hood and returning to the parish for bene- diction. The evening will end with a potluck dinner. ONTONAGON, Holy Family: Procession with espers at 3 p.m. PERKINS, St. Joseph: Following the 11 a.m. Mass. Procession around the church pausing at Marian grotto for prayers and ending with benediction in the sanctuary. Have photos of parish or school events? Send to: news@dioceseofmarquette.org

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