Eucharistic miracles exhibit in Ashland
Our Lady of the Lake Church, Ashland, will host a Eucharistic Miracles of the World exhibit at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 12, and 3 p.m. Sunday, May 13. All faiths are welcome to this extensive photographic display of historically documented eucharistic miracles from around the world. Admission is free. For more information, call 715-682-7620.
Magnificat hosts event
Our Lady of the Lakes Magnificat will host a Magnificat meal, featuring Annette Baber, Saturday, May 19, at St. Agnes Catholic Church, Walker, Minnesota.
The event will begin with registration at 8:30 a.m. and breakfast at 9 a.m.
Breakfast is $15. All women and their guests are invited.
Baber will present on her journey from the Orthodox Jewish faith to Catholicism. She has gone on to become a Charismatic prayer group and Bible study leader and speaker.
Reserve space by May 10.
Checks may be made payable to Lorri Henning, 3080 20th Ave. NW, Hackensack, MN 56452.
Call 218-507-0953 or visit www.ololmagnificat.org for details.
Quilt show at St. Joseph
St. Joseph Catholic School, Rice Lake, will host the 11th annual quilt event Saturday, April 14.
Hosted by the Parish Council of Catholic Women, assisted by the Warriors for Christ youth group and the Knights of Columbus, the event is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the school gymnasium, 111 W. Marshall St.
This year’s theme is “Rock-a-bye-baby” and includes quilting displays and fiber art-related demonstrations, presentations from cluster parishes on their activities and charitable projects, displays from local businesses, vendors, a raffle, café and more.
The Pregnancy Help Center of Rice Lake will be the featured organization, and attendees are invited to donate gently used or new baby clothes, cribs, pack-and-plays, highchairs and new items such as diapers, baby wipes, car seats, etc., to the center.
Quilt entry/registration forms are at area quilt shops, which are also drop-off sites. An online registry can be found at www.stjosephricelake.com by calling 715-234-2963.
Quilts and registration forms are due to drop-off sites by 3 p.m. April 12 or at the school gym between 4 and 6 p.m. April 13. There is no charge to enter a quilt or sewing project.
Admission to the show is $3, which includes chances for door prize drawings. Raffle prizes include three quilts, two wooden cradles handmade by the Knights and three quilter’s baskets.
Medford Cluster hosting Our Lady of Good Help pilgrimage
The parish cluster of Holy Rosary, Medford, and Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Whittlesey, will host a pilgrimage to Our Lady of Good Help, New Franklin, on Saturday, April 28. The cost of $25 per person will include a chartered motor coach with various pick-up sites. Our Lady of Good Help, near Green Bay, is the only Church-approved Marian apparition site in the United States. The pilgrimage will include Mass, rosary and a tour of the apparition site. Contact Ron Schaub at 715-443-2171, or John Krautkramer at for registration information.
Morning of reflection offered in Boulder Junction
St. Anne, Boulder Junction, will hold a morning of reflection, led by Franciscan Sr. Marla Lang, on Saturday, April 21. The event begins with 9:15 a.m. registration. A lunch will be held at noon. There is no cost to attend, and is open to men and women of all ages. Register by calling Michelle, in the parish office, at 715-385-2390 by April 19.
Significant anniversaries celebrated in original Wisconsin dioceses
The first diocese within the state of Wisconsin was founded with Milwaukee as diocesan seat in 1843; the diocese will begin to celebrate 175th anniversary in November.
On March 3, both the dioceses of Green Bay and La Crosse celebrated 150 years since their creation as dioceses. La Crosse’s Bishop William Callahan celebrated Mass at the oldest church in the diocese as the first of a series of celebratory events.
During a Mass of thanksgiving in Green Bay’s restored cathedral, Bishop David Ricken brought attention to the legacy of the diocese. He blessed the assembly with a relic of the True Cross of Jesus that was brought to Green Bay by its first bishop. Bishop Ricken called on the faithful to a spirituality of multiplication where one commits to making two or three disciples, who in turn would continue to process. He said, “We are very comfortable. The Holy Spirit is pushing us … to move from a church of comfort to become missionary disciples.”
The diocese of Superior was formed in May 1905 out of these two dioceses.
Retreat day for adults with cognitive disabilities
The Diocese of Green Bay is hosting a retreat day for adults with cognitive disabilities April 15. The event will include prayer and activities in an integrated setting at St. John the Evangelist Church in Green Bay. The retreat will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $10 and includes supplies and lunch. Call 920-272-8312, or email .