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Daily Mass Monday-Saturday at 7:30 a.m. at St. Mary's and on Facebook Live! Our regular Sunday Mass schedule resumes. Confessions at St. Michael's 5-5:25 p.m. Monday-Fridays; 3-4:15 p.m. Saturdays; and 8-8:30 a.m. Saturdays at St. Mary's.

Lenten Tithing Opportunity: Stillwater Catholic Worker Houses

Peace House ($9,500)

 *Re-paint exterior 

 *Regrade around perimeter of garage; remove sand; waterproof foundation

 *Repair and paint fence; rebuild gate; repair and seal ramp railing 

 

Solanus Casey House ($34,500)

 *Remove and replace roofing on garage and house 

 *Remove and replace all of the kitchen cabinets, countertops, stove, and microwave

 *Sand and refinish floors on lower level

 *Remove and replace carpet on stairway and in upstairs hallway 

 *Remove linoleum; install new underlayment; install new linoleum in rear entryway 
 *Refurbish and reseal deck railing and posts; replace existing joist hangers 

 *New metal railings on front stoop and stairway down to street 

 *Pressure wash vinyl siding 

 *Remove and replace tile in bathroom; remove existing tub surround and replace 

 *Remove and replace tub/shower unit in House Mother’s bathroom 

 

Checks made out to the Church of St. Michael or St. Mary's Church (with "Catholic Worker House" in the memo) may be sent to your parish office, or online donations can be made on our parish website. Thank you for your generous support of our Catholic Worker Community! 

 

Lent Tithing Calendar 2021

Learn more about the role these Houses play in our community—and the importance of sustaining your own interior home life—this Lent by participating in the daily challenges provided by this calendar. 
 
Beginning Sunday, February 21 (the First Sunday in Lent) and concluding on Holy Saturday, we will work to change our hearts, our families, and our community through works of mercy centered around “the first school of Christian life”: the home. Join us as we support our Stillwater Catholic Worker Houses—and strengthen our local domestic fortresses—through the traditional Lenten tenets of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.
 
“Home, by its nature, is meant to be a foreshadowing of heaven.” 
 (Theology of Home)