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All Saints Parish.. Our mission is to invite all to strengthen their experience of the message and Spirit of Jesus and in partnership with the family, to create a Christ-centered learning environment which integrates our Catholic faith and supports the uniqueness of each person

All Saints Catholic Church

All Saints is located at 601 4th St. Madison Lake MN and is part of the Diocease of Winona

St Clair Immaculate Conception

All Saints Academy

All Saints Academy Offers: • Child Care Center • Early Childhood Classes for 3, 4, & 5 year olds • After School Enrichment Program • Summer Enrichment Camp • Faith Formation • Youth Group

Summer Enrichment Camp

Summer Enrichment Camp provides a safe and fun learning experience for all.

Child Care Center

The Child Care Center is committed to providing children with a Christian based learning environment that will stimulate their minds, and in a warm, safe setting that will care for their bodies and souls.

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Father Robert Schneider will be doing a film festival this year. The first film will be shown at All Saints Madison Lake Scheid Hall on Sunday, September 25th beginning at 3 pm. The movie is called “As it is in Heaven”, a 2004 Swedish film. If you come, be sure to be on time, as you need to see the beginning to understand the movie.

The second film will be shown at Immaculate Conception in St. Clair on Sunday, October 23rd at 3 pm. This movie is called “Lars and The Real Girl”, a 2007 film staring Ryan Gosling, Emily Mortimer and Paul Schneider.

The movies are available on Netflix if you would want to watch once before joining us, or if you want to watch it and are unable to be with us.

We don’t believe these films will be of interest to children, so we are recommending High School aged and older.

Hopefully the film and the discussion afterward will help us deepen our faith and our own experience of God working in the “mess” of our lives. You may want to bring a pillow or a cushion to sit on as the metal chairs are not the most comfortable.

13 Day Holy Land & Jordan Pilgrimage

October 30 - November 11, 2016

$3,590.00 PER PERSON FROM MINNEAPOLIS

Contact Fr. Schneider 507-469-9979 

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New Mass Schedule 

Saturday

4:00 PM in St. Clair - November thru April

5:00 PM in Madison Lake - May thru October

Every Sunday 

8:30 AM in St. Clair

10:00 AM in Madison Lake

 

Saint of the Day

  • Blessed John Henry Newman Saint of the Day for September 24 (February 21, 1801 – August 11, 1890) https://wp.franciscanmedia.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/SODSep24.mp3 Blessed John Henry Newman’s Story John Henry Newman, the 19th-century’s most important English-speaking Roman Catholic theologian, spent the first half of his life as an Anglican and the second half as a Roman Catholic. He was a priest, popular preacher, writer, and eminent theologian in both Churches. Born in London, England, he studied at Oxford’s Trinity College, was a tutor at Oriel College, and for 17 years was vicar of the university church, St. Mary the Virgin. He eventually published eight volumes of Parochial and Plain Sermons as well as two novels. His poem, “Dream of Gerontius,” was set to music by Sir Edward Elgar. After 1833, Newman was a prominent member of the Oxford Movement, which emphasized the Church’s debt to the Church Fathers and challenged any tendency to consider truth as completely subjective. Historical research made Newman suspect that the Roman Catholic Church was in closest continuity with the Church that Jesus established. In 1845, he was received into full communion as a Catholic. Two years later he was ordained a Catholic priest in Rome and joined the Congregation of the Oratory, founded three centuries earlier by Saint Philip Neri. Returning to England, Newman founded Oratory houses in Birmingham and London and for seven years served as rector of the Catholic University of Ireland. Before Newman, Catholic theology tended to ignore history, preferring instead to draw deductions from first principles—much as plane geometry does. After Newman, the lived experience of believers was recognized as a key part of theological reflection. Newman eventually wrote 40 books and 21,000 letters that survive. Most famous are his book-length Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine, On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine, Apologia Pro Vita Sua (his spiritual autobiography up to 1864). and Essay on the Grammar of Assent. He accepted Vatican I’s teaching on papal infallibility while noting its limits, which many people who favored that definition were reluctant to do. When Newman was named a cardinal in 1879, he took as his motto “Cor ad cor loquitur” (“Heart speaks to heart”). He was buried in Rednal 11 years later. After his grave was exhumed in 2008, a new tomb was prepared at the Oratory church in Birmingham. Three years after Newman died, a Newman Club for Catholic students began at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. In time, his name was linked to ministry centers at many public and private colleges and universities in the United States. Pope Benedict XVI beatified Newman on September 19, 2010, at Crofton Park. Benedict noted Newman’s emphasis on the vital place of revealed religion in civilized society but also praised his pastoral zeal for the sick, the poor, the bereaved, and those in prison. Reflection John Henry Newman has been called the “absent Father of Vatican II” because his writings on conscience, religious liberty, Scripture, the vocation of lay people, the relation of Church and State, and other topics were extremely influential in the shaping of the Council’s documents. Although Newman was not always understood or appreciated, he steadfastly preached the Good News by word and example. The Liturgical Feast of Blessed John Henry Newman is October 9.

Minute Meditations

  •   “Oh, Jesus—my breath, my life—today, trembling, I raise you—in a mystery of love—may I be for the world with you—the Way, the truth, the life—and for you, may I be a holy priest—a perfect victim.”  -from Padre Pio: A Personal Portrait  

Events Calendar

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Latest Events

Sat Sep 24 @ 1:00PM - 02:00PM
Durand/MacLellan Madison Lake
Sun Sep 25 @ 3:00PM - 05:00PM
Adult Film Festival
Wed Sep 28 @ 6:30AM - 07:30PM
Faith Formation 1-10
Sun Oct 02 @ 8:30AM -
9th grade class Mass
Sun Oct 02 @ 8:30AM -
Stewardship Fair
Sun Oct 02 @11:00AM - 11:30AM
Everly Jean Jirak Baptism after Mass
Sun Oct 02 @12:00PM - 03:00PM
Courtney Mullenberg Baby Shower
Wed Oct 05 @11:30AM - 03:00PM
St. Clair School testing
Wed Oct 05 @ 6:00PM - 08:30PM
Confirmation class
Sat Oct 08 @10:00AM -
Reconciliation parent meeting with Fr. Schneider

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Mass Times

Immaculate Conception - St. Clair All Saints - Madison Lake
 Fridays: 9:00am  Fridays: 8:00am
 Saturdays: 4:00pm - November thru April  Saturdays: 5:00pm - May thru October
 Sundays: 8:30am  Sundays: 10:00am
 Confessions: Sundays at 8:00am  Confessions: Saturdays at 11:00am

 We are in need of caring individuals with grandmotherly type instincts to come entertain, rock, and help feed children from infants to two years old. We want the babies to feel loved and cared for and with your help we can make our environment even better. Does your toddler like to play, explore, learn and just be a kid? Well, Little Saints Child Care Center is just the place. We are looking for toddlers from the age of 15 to 33 months. If you are interested or would like to come and see our center, please contact Liz at 243-3819. Little Saints Child Care Center has strived over the last 3 years to make it the best place possible for children. Our staff is hard working and dedicated and has a love for children. If you are assistant teacher qualified and would like to be a part of the staff, we encourage you to stop by and pick up an application or contact Liz at 243-3819.

The Second Vatican Council emphasized this truth of revelation by stating “By His incarnation, the Son of God has united Himself in some fashion with every human being.” An assault on human life is really an assault on God Himself! In The Gospel of Life, Blessed John Paul II reminded us that “this saving event re-veals to humanity not only the boundless love of God who ‘so loved the world that He gave His only Son’ (Jn 3:16), but also the incomparable value of every human person.”   
~Archbishop Stefan Soroka, National Prayer Vigil for Life, Homily, comp line,
January 22, 2012

 

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