St. Pius X Catholic Church
11651 Bus. Hwy. 53
Solon Springs, WI
St. Mary Catholic Church
506 Main Street
St. Anthony Catholic Church
9718 Co. Rd. Y
PO Box 303
11651 Bus. Hwy. 53
Solon Springs, WI 54873
Sacrament of Reconciliation
By appointment, call Fr. Kinney, 715-378-4431 ext.4
Sunday, 8:30 am St. Pius, 10:30 am St. Mary
Tuesday - Friday, 9:30 am
Saturday, 5:00 pm
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04/07/21 Message from Haiti
I am forwarding to you below an excerpt from the Holy Father's Easter Message. He addresses one part to the people of Haiti. He quotes Pope St John Paul who visited Haiti in 1983. The situation is very difficult there now because of political discord, kidnappings and murders.
Bishop Erick Toussaint, the Bishop of Jacmel and a friend of mine, e-mailed me today asking for prayers for the country because things there are not good. Most of the problems are in the urban areas, but food and fuel prices are high and the US Dollar was devalued by 50% last November in exchange with the Haitian Gourd. It has risen slightly since then.
Please pray with our Holy Father for a definite resolution to the problems of the Haitian people.
May the Risen Lord, bless you all,
“Dear brothers and sisters, a good happy and peaceful Easter!
Today, throughout the world, the Church’s proclamation resounds: “Jesus, who was crucified, has risen as he said. Alleluia!”
The Easter message does not offer us a mirage or reveal a magic formula. It does not point to an escape from the difficult situation we are experiencing. The pandemic is still spreading, while the social and economic crisis remains severe, especially for the poor. Nonetheless – and this is scandalous – armed conflicts have not ended and military arsenals are being strengthened. That is today’s scandal....
“The poor of every kind must begin once more to hope”. Saint John Paul II spoke these words during his visit to Haiti. It is precisely to the beloved Haitian people that my thoughts turn in these days. I urge them not to be overwhelmed by difficulties, but to look to the future with confidence and hope. And my thoughts turn especially to you, my dear Haitian brothers and sisters. I am close to you and I want a definitive resolution to your problems. I am praying for this, dear Haitian brothers and sisters.”
These words addressed to the Haitian people are part of Pope Francis' Easter 2021 Message-Urbi et Orbi (To the City and the World).
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