Download the flyer/order form here: Jersey Boys Flyer
Please use this form to register for all Religious Education and Sacramental Preparation classes.
There is a one time $30.00 registration fee per family per year to help defray the cost of materials. No family will be denied due to the inability to pay. There are scholarships available.
All classes start this fall. You will be notified of time, date and location as soon as the calendar is available.
Deadline for registration for all classes is June 30th to be able to order materials required.
We are excited to be able to help you and your family on your Journey of Faith!
Catholic Services Appeal 2022: Finding God in All Things
The 2022 Catholic Services Appeal kickoff will officially begin next week, and you will receive information and a response card in your mailboxes. The CSA is a diocesan-wide campaign that supports the mission of the Church locally, regionally and globally. We Catholics are so blessed to be part of the Universal Church, finding our unity in Jesus Christ. The work of the Church requires careful stewardship. It requires tending and care, just like other important parts of our lives. We spend time and resources keeping our lawns green and manicured. We spend time and resources keeping our bodies nourished and healthy. We spend time and resources keeping our houses updated and in good repair. We spend time and resources building relationships with our friends and family. Our Church also requires time and resources.
Each year, the CSA reaches across parish boundaries so that, together, we can tend to the needs of our parishes, parishioners and the people of northern Michigan and beyond. Many of the programs, ministries and outreach efforts supported through our collective gifts are beyond the scope of individual parishes. The Diocese of Gaylord exists to further God’s work to connect, uplift, and strengthen parishes, parishioners, and communities in their relationship with Jesus Christ. The diocese carries out its important role in the everyday work of the Church in many ways during both ordinary and extraordinary times.
We appreciate your thoughtful consideration.
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HEADLINES FROM ROME…
The Consecration of Russia and Ukraine
to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
will be pronounced by the Pope
on the afternoon of Friday 25 March in St Peter’s Basilica.
The act of consecration will be performed in communion
with the local Churches throughout the world.
Bishop Walsh has asked parishes to hold a special day of prayer for the above purpose.
The CPR Parishes will have the following schedule of prayer events for you to participate in this great cause we are called to follow by Our Lady…
Friday, March 25 – The Annunciation
(All take place at St. Mary/St. Charles Church in Cheboygan)
Confessions to follow Mass until 10:15am
12 Noon – 1:00pm Holy Hour with Praying of the Rosary
Confessions available during the hour.
4:30pm – Adoration with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
5:30pm – Stations of the Cross
6:30pm – Praying of the Rosary
7:00pm – Night Prayer with Benediction
5:30pm-6:45pm – Confessions
Because of there not being priests available, there may not be a Communal Penance Service. Everyone is encouraged to find a time for Individual Confession that are listed in the Lenten brochure and on this special day of prayer.
Why not gather to Pray for the People of Ukraine
and Russia on this day!
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The Faith Formation Families along with the Middle School/High School Youth group students and their families from CPR Parishes will be participating in the Salvation Army’s Walk for Warmth, which raises funds to help families with heating, electric, and rental assistance within Cheboygan County. To help their effort please drop donations off at St. Mary/St. Charles parish office by Thursday, February 10th at 4:00 p.m. Please make all checks payable to The Salvation Army.
Let’s join together in this Corporal Work of Mercy and help our brothers and sisters in need. If you have questions please call or email Kim Socolovitch at 231-627-2105 or firstname.lastname@example.org.