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www.upcatholic.org THE U.P. CATHOLIC CALENDARS (ALL TIMES LOCAL) July 14, 2017 17 DIOCESAN CALENDAR JULY 21-23: Steubenville Youth Con- ference, Kenosha, Wis. 21-23: Family retreat weekend (second), Marygrove Retreat Center, Garden 28-30: Family retreat weekend (third), Marygrove Retreat Cen- ter, Garden 30-AUG. 1: God's Call in the Wil- derness discernment weekend, Porcupine Mountains, Ontona- gon AUGUST 7-9: Diocesan seminarian retreat, Marygrove Retreat Center, Garden 7-11: Diocesan Youth Choir Camp, St. Peter Cathedral, Marquette 11-13: Family retreat weekend (fourth), Marygrove Retreat Cen- ter, Garden 13: Combined collection, National Church (Catholic Campaign for Human Development, National Retirement for Religious, and Catholic University) 15: Assumption of the Blessed Vir- gin Mary, holy day of obligation, diocesan offices closed 17: Principal meeting, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Bishop Baraga room, dioce- san offices, Marquette 17: U.P. Catholic Foundation board meeting, 4-6 p.m., Bishop Baraga Room, diocesan offices, Mar- quette 18-20: St. Vincent de Paul retreat, Marygrove Retreat Center, Garden Diocesan youth choir camp set for Aug. 7-11 in Marquette 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,pickupacampregistrationformatthediocesanice,or by contacting Samuel Holmberg at (906)-227-9122. Ask Bishop John Doerfler to pray for you Parishioners have the opportunity to ask Bishop John Doerfler to pray for them. Helping to fulfill one of his primary obligations, to pray for the people of the Diocese of Marquette, Bishop John Doer- ler invites parishioners to send personal prayer requests. Returned prayer cards are kept in his private chapel, where he will pray for your intentions for the next year. Cards were mailed to every regis- tered parishioner in the diocese. The cards are also available to print by going to www.dioceseofmarquette.org/bishop. Diocesan National Church collection set for Aug. 12-13 All parishes and mission of the diocese will be taking up the Diocesan National Church Collection the weekend of Aug. 12-13. This new collection combines three previously separate collections into one and supports the following organizations that aid the Church in America. Catholic Campaign for Human Development: This collection supports programs that address the causes of poverty and provide a sustainable future for those who are struggling across the country. In addition, 25 percent of funds collected remains in our diocese to fund local anti-poverty projects. To learn more visit, www.usccb.org/cchd/collection. National Retirement Fund for Religious: Across the United States hundreds of religious communities lack finan- cialresourcessicienttomeettheretirementandhealth- care needs of aging members. Nearly 33,000 elderly sisters, brothers, and religious order priests benefit from this collec- tion. To learn more visit: www.retiredreligious.org. Catholic University Collection: The funds from this col- lection enable Catholic University to expand its impact in preparing the next generation of leadership for our Church and nation. The university was established by the Vatican and the U.S. bishops in 1887, it is the national university of the Catholic Church. To learn more visit: www.collection. cua.edu. Save the date for the Carmelite Monastery Silver Tea The annual Silver Tea at the Carmelite Monastery in Iron Moun- tain, Sept. 16-17. Tickets are on sale at parishes throughout the diocese. The cost is a suggest donation of $1 each or six tickets for $5. This years prizes include a smart TV and sound bar, handcraft- ed quilt and cash prizes. The tea is open to the public. Tea, sandwiches and baked goods will be served. Also available for purchase will be arts, crafts, jams, jellies and baked goods, including the Sisters famous bread. TOMLINSON, Mary, 86, St. Jo- seph, Lake Linden TRYAN, Betty, 91, St. Anne, Escanaba YOURKOSKI, Stella, 101, St. Bar- bara, Vulcan BAPTISMS CALUMET, Sacred Heart: Brooks Gannon Dominic Dessellier ESCANABA, St. Anne: Vale Marie Grabowski; Emma Hughe; Ab- igail Boucher; Ruby Jacobsen; Hayley Lucas; Isla Lucas; Alina Bradfield GLADSTONE, All Saints: Jose- phine Breitzman; Holy Family: Mason George Hays HANCOCK, Resurrection: Domi- nic Bow Pearce; Tanner Hannon HOUGHTON, St. Ignatius Loyola: Reece Knoch; Bennett Felipe Bustos IRON MOUNTAIN, Immaculate Conception: Gabriella Howe; Alonzo Caruso; Lorenzo Caruso IRON RIVER, St. Agnes: Riley John Shimun ISHPEMING, St. Joseph: Landon Trudgeon; Megan Luke LAKE LINDEN, St. Joseph: Jack- son John Rappana MANISTIQUE, St. Francis de Sales: Masin Tryan MARQUETTE, St. Michael: Mason Thomas Morais; Lina Gill; St. Peter Cathedral: Owen Pap MENOMINEE, Holy Redeemer: Aiden Ashbacher NORWAY, St. Mary: Jonah David Langin; Mario Robert Meneghini SOUTH RANGE, Holy Family: Ezra MacQueen; Kyle Matthew Jukkala; Elena Mae Rashleigh WEDDINGS ESCANABA, St. Joseph & St. Patrick: Chelsea Marie Clair- mont and Andrew James Jacques; Haille Kay Bernson and Jonathan William Van Steen MANISTIQUE, St. Francis de Sales: Kristina Kay Flynn and Mark Daniel Grulke MARQUETTE, St. Peter Cathe- dral: Christy Burkhart and Mi- chael Foye; Susan Mathieson and Nicholas Laurila FROM PAGE 16 BISHOP DOERFLER SCHEDULE JULY 15: Pastor Installation Mass with dinner to follow, 4 p.m. St. John Neumann, Spalding 16: Mass, 8 a.m., St. John Neu- mann, Hermansville 16: Mass and reception to follow, 9:30 a.m., St. Bruno, Nadeau 21-23: Steubenville Youth Confer- ence, Kenosha, Wisconsin 30-31: God's Call in the Wilder- ness Vocations Trip, Ontonagon AUGUST 5: Mass, 4 p.m., St. Kateri Tekak- witha, Bay Mills 5: Mass and reception to follow, 6 p.m., St. Isaac Jogues, Sault Ste. Marie 6: Mass, 8:30 a.m., St. Isaac Jogues, Sault Ste. Marie 6: Mass, 10:30 a.m., Holy Family, Barbeau 6: Mass and reception to follow, 12:30 p.m., St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Bay Mills 8-9: Diocesan seminarian retreat, Marygrove, Garden 12: Mass and reception to follow, 4 p.m. Mass, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood 13: Mass and reception to follow, 8 a.m. Mass, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood 13: Mass and reception to follow, 11 a.m. Mass, Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood JULY 14-16 A Holy Hour in honor of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel will take place 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. Enrollment in the Brown Scapular will be offered on the evening of July 16. SUNDAYS, July 16-30 Father Brian Gerber will present The Spirituality of the Saints at All Saints Parish in Gladstone on Sunday evenings 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. 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. SUNDAY, July 16 Holy Family Parish in Barbeau will host an annual chicken BBQ from noon until 5 p.m. The dinner includes chicken, mashed potatoes, baked beans, roll and dessert. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for children and free for children under five. A bake sale and drawings will also be avail- able. SUNDAY, Aug. 6 The Legion of Mary, Mar- quette Curia will meet at 1:30 p.m. at St. Barbara, Vulcan. AUGUST 18-20 Marygrove Retreat Center in Garden will host a St. Vincent de Paul Society (SVDP) re- treat. This retreat is intended to feed the spirit of those who are constantly drained while feeding others. It is open to members of the SVDP along with those who work and volunteer at SVDP. For more information or to register, visit www.marygrove. org or call (906) 644-2771. THE U.P. CATHOLIC CALENDAR

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