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
Live streamed masses: Facebook and website.
Sunday: 12:30 pm
In person masses
Tuesday: 9 am - St. Pius (Solon Springs)
Wednesday: 9 am - St. Mary (Minong)
Thursday: 9 am - St. Anthony (Gordon)
Friday: 9 am - St. Pius (Solon Springs)
Saturday: 4 pm - St. Anthony (Gordon)
Sunday: 8:30 am - St. Pius (Solon Springs)
10:30 am - St. Mary (Minong)
Note: Weekday masses from 9/20 - 10/22 will be Communion Services Without a Priest. Fr. Kinney is on vacation.
Annual Catholic Services Appeal
This is the annual Catholic Services Appeal Commitment Weekend throughout northern Wisconsin. Our parish goal this year is that every family and individual will participate to the very best of their ability, in recognition and in thanksgiving for God’s many blessings. All registered parishioners should have received a special letter from Bishop Powers seeking their personal commitment and a pledge of support. If you are among those in our parish family who have already responded in the spirit of stewardship and discipleship or will do so today, fervent thanks and blessings are yours. If you are still contemplating your Appeal gift, please give from your heart on behalf of those whose lives will be changed for the better because you cared. Every pledge and gift is vitally important and will bring us closer to reaching our goal. God will indeed bless and reward your generosity and concern for others, of that you can be assured.
St. Pius $10,655
St. Anthony $ 6,460
St. Mary $14,026
There is always something going on at our Tri-Parishes
A message from Fr. Frank Rouleau about our sister parish in Haiti:
This is what I have gleamed from people in and out of Haitii about the assassination of Haitian President Jovenal Moïse yesterday, 06 July and its aftereffects.
1) There were 26 mercenaries that took part in the raid on the personal residence of the President near Petionville yesterday morning about 1 am. Mr Moïse sufered sixteen wounds to the chest and head. Seven of the mercenaries have been killed by Police in a firefight, six suspects have been arrested, the Police are searching for more suspects. Apparently two of the mercenaries were Haitian American.
2) Madame Martine Moïse was severely wounded. She has been transported to a hospital in Miami, FL. She is in critical, but stable condition. She is expected to survive.
3) The President’s children were home during this attack.
4) Former Prime Minister Claude Joseph is Acting president with Dr Ariel Henry as Prime Minister.
5) Flights in and out of Haiti are prohibited for the next 15 days as the Government declared a “State of Siege”, level above “State of Emergency”.
6) People are venturing out into the streets again today and businesses are slowly reopening. Many people are still sheltering in place.
7) Several reports of turmoil and violence in the streets of Port au Prince and surrounding areas.
8) There have been a lot of people angry with Mr Moïse. He failed to call elections two years ago, thus there is no Legislature in place. He has been ruling by Decree for the last eighteen months which many felt was Unconstitutional.
9) The fact that there is not a lot of Governmental structure in place leaves the country more vulnerable. Gangs have been terrorizing the country over the last two years.
10) The Hurricane season is just beginning.
11) The people are the ones paying the price for all of the political discord in the land: inflation, food shortage, gasoline shortage, and the Coronavirus which has recently hit the country hard. There is still no vaccine in the country.
Let us keep the safety of our sisters and brothers in Haiti in our prayers. Let pray also for a change of hearts there, that hatred and violence may be changed into love and harmony in our beloved Haiti.
Notre Dame de Pèpetual Sèkou, priye pou Ayiti. (Our Lady of Perpetual Help, pray for Haiti). The Haitian people honor Our Blessed Mother, under this title, as Patroness of their country.
Fr Frank Rouleau
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