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20 October 27, 2017 THE U.P. CATHOLIC CALENDARS (ALL TIMES LOCAL) www.upcatholic.org SATURDAY, Oct. 28 A fall bazaar is scheduled at St. Joseph Parish in Ishpeming from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. There will be baked goods, crafts, a white elephant sale and more. Beginning at 11 a.m. a lunch will be available for $6. SUNDAY, Oct. 29 A fall bazaar will be held at Immaculate Conception Parish in Iron Mountain from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Items include a bake sale, drawings and crafts. Also available will be a spaghetti and chicken dinner with salad, garlic bread, drinks and dessert. Tickets can be purchased at the door, $14 for adults, $6 for children ages 6-12 and free for children five and under. SATURDAY, Nov. 4 The womens group of St. Joseph Parish in Rudyard is set to host a fall bazaar with a soup and salad luncheon from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Also avail- able will be crafts, baked and canned goods, white elephant items, silent auction, Christ- mas items and a prize drawing. St. Michael Parish in Mar- quette will host a bazaar from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Items include crafts, baked goods, books, childrens items and more. A soup, salad and des- sert luncheon will be served from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. The lun- cheon cost is $7 for adults and $3 for children under 12. For more information or to donate items call (906) 228-8180. SUNDAY, Nov. 5 A hunters supper will be held at St. Ann Parish in Bara- ga from 4-6:30 p.m. The menu consists of roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, coleslaw, rolls and desserts. Take-outs are available. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for chil- dren under 12 and children five and under are free. There will also be drawings, and bake and craft sales. Tickets are avail- able at the parish office or at the door. SATURDAY, Nov. 11 St. Louis the King in Harvey will host an annual bazaar from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. A rummage sale, crafts, baked goods, Rada knives, jewelry and several vendors will be available. In addition, a light breakfast of sweet breads and coffee will be served for $3. Beginning at 11 a.m. a lunch that includes roast pork and all the fixings will be available for $8.50. A women's day of reflection is set to take place at St. Mi- chael Parish in Marquette. The presenter will be Mary Malloy, speaking on the topic of The Garments of Grace. For more information see below. NOV. 10-12 Women of the Old Tes- tament, disciples of Jesus, women believers of the early Church, saints, leaders and servants of today will be ex- plored at the Wise Womens retreat at Marygrove Retreat Center in Garden. The week- end consists of prayer, growth and friendship with women of all Christian faiths. The direc- tor is Sister Ellen Enright. * SUNDAY, Nov. 12 The Legion of Mary, Mar- quette Curia will meet at 1:30 p.m. at Resurrection, Menom- inee The Awaken ministry fall series titled, Ignite my Soul, will take place at St. Mary and St. Joseph Parish in Iron Mountain from 6:30 until 8 p.m. The evening consists of praise and worship, a talk rel- evant to the Gospel message, and closes with Eucharistic Adoration. Father Tim Ferguson will be the speaker for the evening. To learn more about Awaken visit www.awakenministry.org. FRIDAYS, Nov. 17 & Dec. 1 The mens club of St. Christo- pher Parish in Marquette will host a fish bake from 4-7 p.m. The menu includes local baked trout, potatoes, coleslaw, rolls and dessert. Take-out meals will be available. The cost is $12 for adults, $6 for ages 6-12 and free for children five and under. SATURDAY, Nov. 25 The Buy Local for the Holidays Lake Linden craft and food bazaar will take place from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Lunch will be provided by the Knights of Columbus with donations being accepted. In- terested vendors pay purchase a space for $25, by contacting Laura at (806) 790-7798 or by email at jimandlaurayooper@ hotmail.com. DEC. 1-3 A wise mens retreat is sched- uled at Marygrove Retreat Cen- ter in Garden. The weekend is a retreat designed to help men put God first, consisting of three days of prayer, Christian fellowship and shared wisdom. Young and old, married and single, Catholic and Protestant men of many walks of life brin their faith and wisdom to encourage each other. The weekends director is Father Ben Hasse. * DEC. 2-3 The Marquette Choral Soci- ety will host its Carols in the Cathedral at St. Peter Cathe- dral. This years performers in- clude the Diocese of Marquette diocesan childrens choir, the Marquette Choral Society with accompainment by members of the Marquette Symphony Orchestra and Samuel Holm- berg, diocesan director of sacred music. Saturdays performance is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., and Sundays is at 3 p.m. *Marygrove retreats: For more information or to regis- ter, visit www.marygrove.org or call (906) 644-2771. THE U.P. CATHOLIC CALENDAR Share Freedom to Serve ads on social media A series of Freedom to Serve ads, produced by Michigan Catholic Conference, are currently being seen on television. The ads address the right for Catholic charitable agencies, health care facilities, and schools to provide services to the general public in accordance with their faith-based mission, without unnecessary or burdensome intervention from the state or fed- eral government. Parishes, missions, schools and all Catholics are encouraged to promote this message by sharing the ads through social media, websites and other places. To learn about the initiative and to share the ads, visit www.CatholicsServe. com. Submit events to The U.P. Catholic calendar Does your parish have an event coming up? The U.P. Catholic invites all parishes and missions to submit events for possible publication in the newspapers calendar. Events can be submitted to news@dioceseofmarquette.org, or by mail to Events - The U.P. Catholic, 1004 Harbor Hills Dr., Marquette, MI 49855. Below are the submission deadlines for upcom- ing issues: Nov. 17 issue: Submit items by Oct. 31 Dec. 8 issue: Submit items by Nov. 21 Dec. 22 issue: Submit items by Dec. 5 Women's day of reflection to focus on garments of grace Women generally enjoy wearing a new dress, pair of shoes or necklace, especially if they were purchased off the final markdown sales rack. But theres a wardrobe that God wants us to build that cant be found in stores or ordered online. Treat yourself and your girlfriends to a special women's day of reflection, called Garments of Grace, on Saturday, Nov. 11, at St. Michael Par- ish in Marquette. Modeling some of her favorite garments, presenter Mary Sellars Malloy will lead participants in thinking about their own spiritual wardrobe, including pieces they already have and ones they might need to add to be the beautiful and joyful daughters of God we are called to be. In keeping with the theme, women are encour- aged to come to the retreat day wearing their fa- vorite garment, accessory or jewelry. This day will begin with registration, coffee and bagels at 9:30 a.m. EST and conclude at 3 p.m. with the opportu- nity to celebrate the sacrament of reconciliation or the chance to talk or pray privately with Malloy. The cost for the day is $10, which includes the morning refreshments, lunch, childcare (if needed) and door prizes. The event is partially funded by a grant from Legacy of Faith, the endowment foun- dation of the Diocese of Marquette. Registrations are due by Nov. 7, and can be made by calling the St. Mi- chael Parish office at (906) 228-8180. Registrants should indicate whether they plan to take advantage of the childcare that will be available. Malloy is return- ing to St. Michael Parish after help- ing to lead the par- ishs Lenten Mis- sion in March. She is an accomplished musician and tal- ented storyteller, who has served as the director of the liturgy office for the Diocese of Saginaw and as the pastoral as- sociate for religious education and social outreach at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Richmond, Virginia. COURTESY PHOTO Mary Sellars Malloy speaks to parishioners of St. Michael Parish in Marquette during a Lenten mission last March.

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