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  • First Sunday Of Advent
    All day
    Dec-03-17

    Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent is the season encompassing the four Sundays leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas). Advent devotions including the Advent wreath, remind us of the meaning of the season.
    Traditionally, Advent wreaths are constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which four candles are inserted, representing the four weeks of Advent.  Ideally, three candles are purple and one is rose, but white candles can also be used.
    The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, when the priest also wears rose vestments at Mass. This Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, because the faithful have arrived at the midpoint of Advent, when their preparation is now half over and they are close to Christmas.
    The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of his second coming to judge the living and the dead.

  • CEC Women Weekend
    All day
    Dec-03-17

    300 N 18th St, Norfolk, NE 68701, USA

    300 N 18th St, Norfolk, NE 68701, USA

  • Mass SJF
    8:15 AM
    Dec-03-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Mass STM
    10:15 AM
    Dec-03-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • St. Mary’s Christmas Program
    1:00 PM
    Dec-03-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Movie Night SJF
    4:00 PM
    Dec-03-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Movie Night December 3, 2017 “It’s a Wonderful Life”. At the St. Jane’s Prep Center. Two showings 4:00 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.

  • Movie Night SJF
    6:15 PM
    Dec-03-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Movie Night December 3, 2017 “It’s a Wonderful Life”. At the St. Jane’s Prep Center. Two showings 4:00 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.

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    • First Sunday Of Advent
      All day
      Dec-03-17

      Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent is the season encompassing the four Sundays leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas). Advent devotions including the Advent wreath, remind us of the meaning of the season.
      Traditionally, Advent wreaths are constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which four candles are inserted, representing the four weeks of Advent.  Ideally, three candles are purple and one is rose, but white candles can also be used.
      The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, when the priest also wears rose vestments at Mass. This Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, because the faithful have arrived at the midpoint of Advent, when their preparation is now half over and they are close to Christmas.
      The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of his second coming to judge the living and the dead.

    • CEC Women Weekend
      All day
      Dec-03-17
      300 N 18th St, Norfolk, NE 68701, USA
      300 N 18th St, Norfolk, NE 68701, USA
    • Mass SJF
      8:15 AM
      Dec-03-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Mass STM
      10:15 AM
      Dec-03-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
    • St. Mary's Christmas Program
      1:00 PM
      Dec-03-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
    • Movie Night SJF
      4:00 PM
      Dec-03-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States

      Movie Night December 3, 2017 “It’s a Wonderful Life”. At the St. Jane’s Prep Center. Two showings 4:00 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.

    • Movie Night SJF
      6:15 PM
      Dec-03-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States

      Movie Night December 3, 2017 “It’s a Wonderful Life”. At the St. Jane’s Prep Center. Two showings 4:00 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.

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  • Adoration STM
    6:00 AM-7:00 AM
    Dec-05-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Come spend 1 hour with Jesus!

    What is Eucharistic Adoration?
    Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves “the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before us”.
    During Eucharistic Adoration, we “watch and wait”, we remain “silent” in His Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist … By worshiping the Eucharistic Jesus, we become what God wants us to be! Like a magnet, The Lord draws us to Himself and gently transforms us.
    In its fullest essence … Eucharistic Adoration is “God and Man reaching out for each other, at the same time!”
    The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present – Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity!
    At the beginning of the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a priest or deacon removes the sacred host from the tabernacle and places it in the Monstrance on the Altar for adoration by the faithful. “Monstrance” is the vessel used in the Church to display the consecrated Eucharistic Host, during Eucharistic adoration or benediction. The word monstrance comes from the Latin word monstrare, meaning “to expose”. It is known in Latin as an Ostensorium. When a consecrated host is placed in the monstrance, It is said to be a solemn exposition.
    When the Monstrance contains the Sacred Host, the priest does not touch it with his bare hands, but instead, holds it with a humeral veil, a wide band of cloth that covers his shoulders (humera) and has pleats on the inside in which he places his hands.
    At all other times, the reserved Sacrament is kept locked in the Tabernacle, so that the faithful may pray in the presence of the Sacrament.
    Are you tired because of the burden of your duties, because of frustration due to unsuccessful projects, because many misunderstand you? Are you heavy laden with guilt from past sins? Are you trying to find hope and meaning in life? Do not lose heart! Abandon yourself to Jesus in this “Sacrament of Love”: He will refresh you!
    The more time you spend with Jesus, the more you will come away feeling renewed and healed. Miracles of conversion, peace, discovery of vocations, answers to prayers, physical healings, and many other wonderful things happen where and when the Lord Jesus is adored in the Blessed Sacrament. They are the “gifts” that point to the Almighty Giver and testify to His Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament…
    Let us love being with the Lord! There we can speak with Him about everything. We can offer Him our petitions, our concerns, our troubles, our joys, our gratitude, our disappointments, our needs and our aspirations. Above all we can remember to pray: ‘Lord send laborers into Your harvest! Help me to be a good worker in Your vineyard!’
    We grow spiritually with each moment we spend with Jesus! Through our Adoration, Jesus calls us to a personal relationship (to become His friends and disciples), to “remain in Him” (Divine Intimacy), to “remain in His love” (Keep His commandments). He promises that all those who remain tightly bonded to Him, will bear much fruit and “their joy will be complete”. For without Him, we can do nothing.
    Through this “friendship”, we are inspired and strengthened to take on life’s challenges, to carry our daily cross with a new attitude, to become a “new creation” (more and more like Jesus).

  • 3 Year Olds Sing At OGH
    10:30 AM
    Dec-05-17

  • Mass SJF
    5:30 PM
    Dec-05-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • RCIA Class SJF
    7:00 PM-8:30 PM
    Dec-05-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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    • Adoration STM
      6:00 AM-7:00 AM
      Dec-05-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States

      Come spend 1 hour with Jesus!

      What is Eucharistic Adoration?
      Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves “the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before us”.
      During Eucharistic Adoration, we “watch and wait”, we remain “silent” in His Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist … By worshiping the Eucharistic Jesus, we become what God wants us to be! Like a magnet, The Lord draws us to Himself and gently transforms us.
      In its fullest essence … Eucharistic Adoration is “God and Man reaching out for each other, at the same time!”
      The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present – Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity!
      At the beginning of the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a priest or deacon removes the sacred host from the tabernacle and places it in the Monstrance on the Altar for adoration by the faithful. “Monstrance” is the vessel used in the Church to display the consecrated Eucharistic Host, during Eucharistic adoration or benediction. The word monstrance comes from the Latin word monstrare, meaning “to expose”. It is known in Latin as an Ostensorium. When a consecrated host is placed in the monstrance, It is said to be a solemn exposition.
      When the Monstrance contains the Sacred Host, the priest does not touch it with his bare hands, but instead, holds it with a humeral veil, a wide band of cloth that covers his shoulders (humera) and has pleats on the inside in which he places his hands.
      At all other times, the reserved Sacrament is kept locked in the Tabernacle, so that the faithful may pray in the presence of the Sacrament.
      Are you tired because of the burden of your duties, because of frustration due to unsuccessful projects, because many misunderstand you? Are you heavy laden with guilt from past sins? Are you trying to find hope and meaning in life? Do not lose heart! Abandon yourself to Jesus in this “Sacrament of Love”: He will refresh you!
      The more time you spend with Jesus, the more you will come away feeling renewed and healed. Miracles of conversion, peace, discovery of vocations, answers to prayers, physical healings, and many other wonderful things happen where and when the Lord Jesus is adored in the Blessed Sacrament. They are the “gifts” that point to the Almighty Giver and testify to His Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament…
      Let us love being with the Lord! There we can speak with Him about everything. We can offer Him our petitions, our concerns, our troubles, our joys, our gratitude, our disappointments, our needs and our aspirations. Above all we can remember to pray: ‘Lord send laborers into Your harvest! Help me to be a good worker in Your vineyard!’
      We grow spiritually with each moment we spend with Jesus! Through our Adoration, Jesus calls us to a personal relationship (to become His friends and disciples), to “remain in Him” (Divine Intimacy), to “remain in His love” (Keep His commandments). He promises that all those who remain tightly bonded to Him, will bear much fruit and “their joy will be complete”. For without Him, we can do nothing.
      Through this “friendship”, we are inspired and strengthened to take on life’s challenges, to carry our daily cross with a new attitude, to become a “new creation” (more and more like Jesus).

    • 3 Year Olds Sing At OGH
      10:30 AM
      Dec-05-17
    • Mass SJF
      5:30 PM
      Dec-05-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • RCIA Class SJF
      7:00 PM-8:30 PM
      Dec-05-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
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  • Mass STM
    8:15 AM
    Dec-06-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • K-8 Sing At OGH
    1:00 PM
    Dec-06-17

  • K/C Burgers SJF
    5:00 PM-6:30 PM
    Dec-06-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

    The Knights of Columbus serve burgers on most Wednesday nights in Randolph at St. Jane Frances de Chantal 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m.  Come show your support and enjoy one of the best burgers around!

  • SJF CYO Shopping Night
    6:15 PM
    Dec-06-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Wisdom Wednesday STM
    6:45 PM-8:00 PM
    Dec-06-17

    Osmond, NE 68765, USA

    Osmond, NE 68765, USA

    EVERY adult parishioner is invited to attend Wisdom Wednesdays to listen to an adult lesson to learn more about our church, the Mass, prayer, etc.

  • FFF K-12 Regular Class STM
    6:45 PM-8:00 PM
    Dec-06-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Family Faith Formation K-12 Grades Regular Class

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    • Mass STM
      8:15 AM
      Dec-06-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
    • K-8 Sing At OGH
      1:00 PM
      Dec-06-17
    • K/C Burgers SJF
      5:00 PM-6:30 PM
      Dec-06-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States

      The Knights of Columbus serve burgers on most Wednesday nights in Randolph at St. Jane Frances de Chantal 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m.  Come show your support and enjoy one of the best burgers around!

    • SJF CYO Shopping Night
      6:15 PM
      Dec-06-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Wisdom Wednesday STM
      6:45 PM-8:00 PM
      Dec-06-17
      Osmond, NE 68765, USA
      Osmond, NE 68765, USA

      EVERY adult parishioner is invited to attend Wisdom Wednesdays to listen to an adult lesson to learn more about our church, the Mass, prayer, etc.

    • FFF K-12 Regular Class STM
      6:45 PM-8:00 PM
      Dec-06-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States

      Family Faith Formation K-12 Grades Regular Class

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  • SJF Parish Service For Families
    5:00 PM-7:00 PM
    Dec-07-17

    Yankton, SD 57078, USA

    Yankton, SD 57078, USA

    Service for Families by Families (please no one younger than 13) December 7, 2017 members of St. Jane Francis Parish will be going to serve people in need at The Banquet in Yankton S.D. 5:00 p.m. –  7:00 p.m. Sign up sheets will be available closer to the date.

  • Mass STM (Immaculate Conception)
    7:00 PM
    Dec-07-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

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  • Baptism
    All day
    Dec-09-17

    Kenna Clausen Baptism

  • Mass SJF
    5:00 PM
    Dec-09-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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  • Second Sunday Of Advent
    All day
    Dec-10-17

    Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent is the season encompassing the four Sundays leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas). Advent devotions including the Advent wreath, remind us of the meaning of the season.
    Traditionally, Advent wreaths are constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which four candles are inserted, representing the four weeks of Advent.  Ideally, three candles are purple and one is rose, but white candles can also be used.
    The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, when the priest also wears rose vestments at Mass. This Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, because the faithful have arrived at the midpoint of Advent, when their preparation is now half over and they are close to Christmas.
    The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of his second coming to judge the living and the dead.

  • Sons of the Legion Event Osmond
    All day
    Dec-10-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Mass STM
    8:15 AM
    Dec-10-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Mass SJF
    10:15 AM
    Dec-10-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Knights of Columbus Exemplification/Lunch Provided SJF
    11:00 AM
    Dec-10-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Advent Penance Service SJF
    3:30 PM
    Dec-10-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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    • Second Sunday Of Advent
      All day
      Dec-10-17

      Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent is the season encompassing the four Sundays leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas). Advent devotions including the Advent wreath, remind us of the meaning of the season.
      Traditionally, Advent wreaths are constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which four candles are inserted, representing the four weeks of Advent.  Ideally, three candles are purple and one is rose, but white candles can also be used.
      The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, when the priest also wears rose vestments at Mass. This Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, because the faithful have arrived at the midpoint of Advent, when their preparation is now half over and they are close to Christmas.
      The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of his second coming to judge the living and the dead.

    • Sons of the Legion Event Osmond
      All day
      Dec-10-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
    • Mass STM
      8:15 AM
      Dec-10-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
    • Mass SJF
      10:15 AM
      Dec-10-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Knights of Columbus Exemplification/Lunch Provided SJF
      11:00 AM
      Dec-10-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Advent Penance Service SJF
      3:30 PM
      Dec-10-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
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  • No Mass
    All day
    Dec-11-17

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  • Adoration STM
    6:00 AM-7:00 AM
    Dec-12-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Come spend 1 hour with Jesus!

    What is Eucharistic Adoration?
    Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves “the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before us”.
    During Eucharistic Adoration, we “watch and wait”, we remain “silent” in His Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist … By worshiping the Eucharistic Jesus, we become what God wants us to be! Like a magnet, The Lord draws us to Himself and gently transforms us.
    In its fullest essence … Eucharistic Adoration is “God and Man reaching out for each other, at the same time!”
    The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present – Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity!
    At the beginning of the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a priest or deacon removes the sacred host from the tabernacle and places it in the Monstrance on the Altar for adoration by the faithful. “Monstrance” is the vessel used in the Church to display the consecrated Eucharistic Host, during Eucharistic adoration or benediction. The word monstrance comes from the Latin word monstrare, meaning “to expose”. It is known in Latin as an Ostensorium. When a consecrated host is placed in the monstrance, It is said to be a solemn exposition.
    When the Monstrance contains the Sacred Host, the priest does not touch it with his bare hands, but instead, holds it with a humeral veil, a wide band of cloth that covers his shoulders (humera) and has pleats on the inside in which he places his hands.
    At all other times, the reserved Sacrament is kept locked in the Tabernacle, so that the faithful may pray in the presence of the Sacrament.
    Are you tired because of the burden of your duties, because of frustration due to unsuccessful projects, because many misunderstand you? Are you heavy laden with guilt from past sins? Are you trying to find hope and meaning in life? Do not lose heart! Abandon yourself to Jesus in this “Sacrament of Love”: He will refresh you!
    The more time you spend with Jesus, the more you will come away feeling renewed and healed. Miracles of conversion, peace, discovery of vocations, answers to prayers, physical healings, and many other wonderful things happen where and when the Lord Jesus is adored in the Blessed Sacrament. They are the “gifts” that point to the Almighty Giver and testify to His Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament…
    Let us love being with the Lord! There we can speak with Him about everything. We can offer Him our petitions, our concerns, our troubles, our joys, our gratitude, our disappointments, our needs and our aspirations. Above all we can remember to pray: ‘Lord send laborers into Your harvest! Help me to be a good worker in Your vineyard!’
    We grow spiritually with each moment we spend with Jesus! Through our Adoration, Jesus calls us to a personal relationship (to become His friends and disciples), to “remain in Him” (Divine Intimacy), to “remain in His love” (Keep His commandments). He promises that all those who remain tightly bonded to Him, will bear much fruit and “their joy will be complete”. For without Him, we can do nothing.
    Through this “friendship”, we are inspired and strengthened to take on life’s challenges, to carry our daily cross with a new attitude, to become a “new creation” (more and more like Jesus).

  • Mass SJF
    5:30 PM
    Dec-12-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • RCIA Class SJF
    7:00 PM-8:30 PM
    Dec-12-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Healing Mass At Yankton, SD
    7:00 PM
    Dec-12-17

    Yankton, SD 57078, USA

    Yankton, SD 57078, USA

    HEALING MASS … Tuesday, November 14 and Tuesday, December 12 at St. Benedict’s Church, Yankton, 7:00 p.m. Those with physical, emotional, spiritual, and/or mental needs are invited. Confessions and adoration to follow. Sponsored by St. Ben’s Healing Ministry.

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    • Adoration STM
      6:00 AM-7:00 AM
      Dec-12-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States

      Come spend 1 hour with Jesus!

      What is Eucharistic Adoration?
      Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves “the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before us”.
      During Eucharistic Adoration, we “watch and wait”, we remain “silent” in His Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist … By worshiping the Eucharistic Jesus, we become what God wants us to be! Like a magnet, The Lord draws us to Himself and gently transforms us.
      In its fullest essence … Eucharistic Adoration is “God and Man reaching out for each other, at the same time!”
      The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present – Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity!
      At the beginning of the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a priest or deacon removes the sacred host from the tabernacle and places it in the Monstrance on the Altar for adoration by the faithful. “Monstrance” is the vessel used in the Church to display the consecrated Eucharistic Host, during Eucharistic adoration or benediction. The word monstrance comes from the Latin word monstrare, meaning “to expose”. It is known in Latin as an Ostensorium. When a consecrated host is placed in the monstrance, It is said to be a solemn exposition.
      When the Monstrance contains the Sacred Host, the priest does not touch it with his bare hands, but instead, holds it with a humeral veil, a wide band of cloth that covers his shoulders (humera) and has pleats on the inside in which he places his hands.
      At all other times, the reserved Sacrament is kept locked in the Tabernacle, so that the faithful may pray in the presence of the Sacrament.
      Are you tired because of the burden of your duties, because of frustration due to unsuccessful projects, because many misunderstand you? Are you heavy laden with guilt from past sins? Are you trying to find hope and meaning in life? Do not lose heart! Abandon yourself to Jesus in this “Sacrament of Love”: He will refresh you!
      The more time you spend with Jesus, the more you will come away feeling renewed and healed. Miracles of conversion, peace, discovery of vocations, answers to prayers, physical healings, and many other wonderful things happen where and when the Lord Jesus is adored in the Blessed Sacrament. They are the “gifts” that point to the Almighty Giver and testify to His Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament…
      Let us love being with the Lord! There we can speak with Him about everything. We can offer Him our petitions, our concerns, our troubles, our joys, our gratitude, our disappointments, our needs and our aspirations. Above all we can remember to pray: ‘Lord send laborers into Your harvest! Help me to be a good worker in Your vineyard!’
      We grow spiritually with each moment we spend with Jesus! Through our Adoration, Jesus calls us to a personal relationship (to become His friends and disciples), to “remain in Him” (Divine Intimacy), to “remain in His love” (Keep His commandments). He promises that all those who remain tightly bonded to Him, will bear much fruit and “their joy will be complete”. For without Him, we can do nothing.
      Through this “friendship”, we are inspired and strengthened to take on life’s challenges, to carry our daily cross with a new attitude, to become a “new creation” (more and more like Jesus).

    • Mass SJF
      5:30 PM
      Dec-12-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • RCIA Class SJF
      7:00 PM-8:30 PM
      Dec-12-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Healing Mass At Yankton, SD
      7:00 PM
      Dec-12-17
      Yankton, SD 57078, USA
      Yankton, SD 57078, USA

      HEALING MASS … Tuesday, November 14 and Tuesday, December 12 at St. Benedict’s Church, Yankton, 7:00 p.m. Those with physical, emotional, spiritual, and/or mental needs are invited. Confessions and adoration to follow. Sponsored by St. Ben’s Healing Ministry.

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  • Mass STM
    8:15 AM
    Dec-13-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • K/C Burgers SJF
    5:00 PM-6:30 PM
    Dec-13-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

    The Knights of Columbus serve burgers on most Wednesday nights in Randolph at St. Jane Frances de Chantal 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m.  Come show your support and enjoy one of the best burgers around!

  • FFF 7-12 Regular Class/Meal Served STM
    6:45 PM-8:00 PM
    Dec-13-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Family Faith Formation 7-12 Grades Regular Class-Confirmation & High School/Meal Served

  • SJF Prep Classes
    7:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Dec-13-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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    • Mass STM
      8:15 AM
      Dec-13-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
    • K/C Burgers SJF
      5:00 PM-6:30 PM
      Dec-13-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States

      The Knights of Columbus serve burgers on most Wednesday nights in Randolph at St. Jane Frances de Chantal 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m.  Come show your support and enjoy one of the best burgers around!

    • FFF 7-12 Regular Class/Meal Served STM
      6:45 PM-8:00 PM
      Dec-13-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States

      Family Faith Formation 7-12 Grades Regular Class-Confirmation & High School/Meal Served

    • SJF Prep Classes
      7:00 PM-8:00 PM
      Dec-13-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
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  • Mass SJF
    8:15 AM
    Dec-14-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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  • Mass STM
    8:15 AM
    Dec-15-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

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  • Mass SJF
    5:00 PM
    Dec-16-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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  • Third Sunday Of Advent
    All day
    Dec-17-17

    Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent is the season encompassing the four Sundays leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas). Advent devotions including the Advent wreath, remind us of the meaning of the season.
    Traditionally, Advent wreaths are constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which four candles are inserted, representing the four weeks of Advent.  Ideally, three candles are purple and one is rose, but white candles can also be used.
    The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, when the priest also wears rose vestments at Mass. This Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, because the faithful have arrived at the midpoint of Advent, when their preparation is now half over and they are close to Christmas.
    The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of his second coming to judge the living and the dead.

  • Mass STM
    8:15 AM
    Dec-17-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Christian Mothers STM
    9:15 AM
    Dec-17-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

    We gather at St. Mary of the Seven Dolors after Mass on the third Sunday of each month to say prayers for our families.

  • Mass SJF/Preschool
    10:15 AM
    Dec-17-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Holy Hour SJF
    3:00 PM-4:00 PM
    Dec-17-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Hartington Advent Penance Service
    4:00 PM
    Dec-17-17

  • More events
    • Third Sunday Of Advent
      All day
      Dec-17-17

      Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent is the season encompassing the four Sundays leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas). Advent devotions including the Advent wreath, remind us of the meaning of the season.
      Traditionally, Advent wreaths are constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which four candles are inserted, representing the four weeks of Advent.  Ideally, three candles are purple and one is rose, but white candles can also be used.
      The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, when the priest also wears rose vestments at Mass. This Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, because the faithful have arrived at the midpoint of Advent, when their preparation is now half over and they are close to Christmas.
      The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of his second coming to judge the living and the dead.

    • Mass STM
      8:15 AM
      Dec-17-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
    • Christian Mothers STM
      9:15 AM
      Dec-17-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States

      We gather at St. Mary of the Seven Dolors after Mass on the third Sunday of each month to say prayers for our families.

    • Mass SJF/Preschool
      10:15 AM
      Dec-17-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Holy Hour SJF
      3:00 PM-4:00 PM
      Dec-17-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Hartington Advent Penance Service
      4:00 PM
      Dec-17-17
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  • No Mass
    All day
    Dec-18-17

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  • Adoration STM
    6:00 AM-7:00 AM
    Dec-19-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Come spend 1 hour with Jesus!

    What is Eucharistic Adoration?
    Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves “the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before us”.
    During Eucharistic Adoration, we “watch and wait”, we remain “silent” in His Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist … By worshiping the Eucharistic Jesus, we become what God wants us to be! Like a magnet, The Lord draws us to Himself and gently transforms us.
    In its fullest essence … Eucharistic Adoration is “God and Man reaching out for each other, at the same time!”
    The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present – Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity!
    At the beginning of the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a priest or deacon removes the sacred host from the tabernacle and places it in the Monstrance on the Altar for adoration by the faithful. “Monstrance” is the vessel used in the Church to display the consecrated Eucharistic Host, during Eucharistic adoration or benediction. The word monstrance comes from the Latin word monstrare, meaning “to expose”. It is known in Latin as an Ostensorium. When a consecrated host is placed in the monstrance, It is said to be a solemn exposition.
    When the Monstrance contains the Sacred Host, the priest does not touch it with his bare hands, but instead, holds it with a humeral veil, a wide band of cloth that covers his shoulders (humera) and has pleats on the inside in which he places his hands.
    At all other times, the reserved Sacrament is kept locked in the Tabernacle, so that the faithful may pray in the presence of the Sacrament.
    Are you tired because of the burden of your duties, because of frustration due to unsuccessful projects, because many misunderstand you? Are you heavy laden with guilt from past sins? Are you trying to find hope and meaning in life? Do not lose heart! Abandon yourself to Jesus in this “Sacrament of Love”: He will refresh you!
    The more time you spend with Jesus, the more you will come away feeling renewed and healed. Miracles of conversion, peace, discovery of vocations, answers to prayers, physical healings, and many other wonderful things happen where and when the Lord Jesus is adored in the Blessed Sacrament. They are the “gifts” that point to the Almighty Giver and testify to His Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament…
    Let us love being with the Lord! There we can speak with Him about everything. We can offer Him our petitions, our concerns, our troubles, our joys, our gratitude, our disappointments, our needs and our aspirations. Above all we can remember to pray: ‘Lord send laborers into Your harvest! Help me to be a good worker in Your vineyard!’
    We grow spiritually with each moment we spend with Jesus! Through our Adoration, Jesus calls us to a personal relationship (to become His friends and disciples), to “remain in Him” (Divine Intimacy), to “remain in His love” (Keep His commandments). He promises that all those who remain tightly bonded to Him, will bear much fruit and “their joy will be complete”. For without Him, we can do nothing.
    Through this “friendship”, we are inspired and strengthened to take on life’s challenges, to carry our daily cross with a new attitude, to become a “new creation” (more and more like Jesus).

  • Mass SJF
    5:30 PM
    Dec-19-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Confessions SJF
    6:00 PM-7:00 PM
    Dec-19-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • RCIA Class STM
    7:00 PM-8:30 PM
    Dec-19-17

    Osmond, NE 68765, USA

    Osmond, NE 68765, USA

  • More events
    • Adoration STM
      6:00 AM-7:00 AM
      Dec-19-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States

      Come spend 1 hour with Jesus!

      What is Eucharistic Adoration?
      Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves “the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before us”.
      During Eucharistic Adoration, we “watch and wait”, we remain “silent” in His Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist … By worshiping the Eucharistic Jesus, we become what God wants us to be! Like a magnet, The Lord draws us to Himself and gently transforms us.
      In its fullest essence … Eucharistic Adoration is “God and Man reaching out for each other, at the same time!”
      The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present – Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity!
      At the beginning of the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a priest or deacon removes the sacred host from the tabernacle and places it in the Monstrance on the Altar for adoration by the faithful. “Monstrance” is the vessel used in the Church to display the consecrated Eucharistic Host, during Eucharistic adoration or benediction. The word monstrance comes from the Latin word monstrare, meaning “to expose”. It is known in Latin as an Ostensorium. When a consecrated host is placed in the monstrance, It is said to be a solemn exposition.
      When the Monstrance contains the Sacred Host, the priest does not touch it with his bare hands, but instead, holds it with a humeral veil, a wide band of cloth that covers his shoulders (humera) and has pleats on the inside in which he places his hands.
      At all other times, the reserved Sacrament is kept locked in the Tabernacle, so that the faithful may pray in the presence of the Sacrament.
      Are you tired because of the burden of your duties, because of frustration due to unsuccessful projects, because many misunderstand you? Are you heavy laden with guilt from past sins? Are you trying to find hope and meaning in life? Do not lose heart! Abandon yourself to Jesus in this “Sacrament of Love”: He will refresh you!
      The more time you spend with Jesus, the more you will come away feeling renewed and healed. Miracles of conversion, peace, discovery of vocations, answers to prayers, physical healings, and many other wonderful things happen where and when the Lord Jesus is adored in the Blessed Sacrament. They are the “gifts” that point to the Almighty Giver and testify to His Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament…
      Let us love being with the Lord! There we can speak with Him about everything. We can offer Him our petitions, our concerns, our troubles, our joys, our gratitude, our disappointments, our needs and our aspirations. Above all we can remember to pray: ‘Lord send laborers into Your harvest! Help me to be a good worker in Your vineyard!’
      We grow spiritually with each moment we spend with Jesus! Through our Adoration, Jesus calls us to a personal relationship (to become His friends and disciples), to “remain in Him” (Divine Intimacy), to “remain in His love” (Keep His commandments). He promises that all those who remain tightly bonded to Him, will bear much fruit and “their joy will be complete”. For without Him, we can do nothing.
      Through this “friendship”, we are inspired and strengthened to take on life’s challenges, to carry our daily cross with a new attitude, to become a “new creation” (more and more like Jesus).

    • Mass SJF
      5:30 PM
      Dec-19-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Confessions SJF
      6:00 PM-7:00 PM
      Dec-19-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • RCIA Class STM
      7:00 PM-8:30 PM
      Dec-19-17
      Osmond, NE 68765, USA
      Osmond, NE 68765, USA
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  • No School
    All day
    Dec-22-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Mass STM
    8:15 AM
    Dec-22-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Baptism SJF
    6:00 PM
    Dec-22-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Audrey Marie Hanna Baptism

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  • Mass SJF
    5:00 PM
    Dec-23-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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  • Christmas Eve
    All day
    Dec-24-17

    Christmas is one of the most important days of the Church year, second only to Easter itself. It is the feast of the incarnation, the feast of God becoming flesh. It is a uniquely Christian teaching, the Divine choosing to become one of us. The liturgical season of Christmas begins with the vigil Masses on Christmas Eve and concludes on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. During this season, we celebrate the birth of Christ into our world and into our hearts, and reflect on the gift of salvation that is born with him…including the fact that he was born to die for us. The Christmas tree and the Nativity scene are popular symbols of the season and a tradition in many Christian homes. It is also traditional to exchange Christmas gifts with family and friends as a way to honor God the Father’s gift of his only son to the world. Having received the gift of Christ, we naturally want to pass that gift along to our loved ones.

  • Fourth Sunday Of Advent
    All day
    Dec-24-17

    Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent is the season encompassing the four Sundays leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas). Advent devotions including the Advent wreath, remind us of the meaning of the season.
    Traditionally, Advent wreaths are constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which four candles are inserted, representing the four weeks of Advent.  Ideally, three candles are purple and one is rose, but white candles can also be used.
    The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, when the priest also wears rose vestments at Mass. This Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, because the faithful have arrived at the midpoint of Advent, when their preparation is now half over and they are close to Christmas.
    The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of his second coming to judge the living and the dead.

  • Mass STM
    9:00 AM
    Dec-24-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Mass SJF (Christmas Eve)
    4:30 PM
    Dec-24-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

  • Mass STM (Christmas Eve)
    7:00 PM
    Dec-24-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • More events
    • Christmas Eve
      All day
      Dec-24-17

      Christmas is one of the most important days of the Church year, second only to Easter itself. It is the feast of the incarnation, the feast of God becoming flesh. It is a uniquely Christian teaching, the Divine choosing to become one of us. The liturgical season of Christmas begins with the vigil Masses on Christmas Eve and concludes on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. During this season, we celebrate the birth of Christ into our world and into our hearts, and reflect on the gift of salvation that is born with him…including the fact that he was born to die for us. The Christmas tree and the Nativity scene are popular symbols of the season and a tradition in many Christian homes. It is also traditional to exchange Christmas gifts with family and friends as a way to honor God the Father’s gift of his only son to the world. Having received the gift of Christ, we naturally want to pass that gift along to our loved ones.

    • Fourth Sunday Of Advent
      All day
      Dec-24-17

      Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent is the season encompassing the four Sundays leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas). Advent devotions including the Advent wreath, remind us of the meaning of the season.
      Traditionally, Advent wreaths are constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which four candles are inserted, representing the four weeks of Advent.  Ideally, three candles are purple and one is rose, but white candles can also be used.
      The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, when the priest also wears rose vestments at Mass. This Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, because the faithful have arrived at the midpoint of Advent, when their preparation is now half over and they are close to Christmas.
      The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of his second coming to judge the living and the dead.

    • Mass STM
      9:00 AM
      Dec-24-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
    • Mass SJF (Christmas Eve)
      4:30 PM
      Dec-24-17
      Randolph, NE, United States
      Randolph, NE, United States
    • Mass STM (Christmas Eve)
      7:00 PM
      Dec-24-17
      Osmond, NE, United States
      Osmond, NE, United States
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  • No School
    All day
    Dec-25-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Christmas Day
    All day
    Dec-25-17

    Christmas is one of the most important days of the Church year, second only to Easter itself. It is the feast of the incarnation, the feast of God becoming flesh. It is a uniquely Christian teaching, the Divine choosing to become one of us. The liturgical season of Christmas begins with the vigil Masses on Christmas Eve and concludes on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. During this season, we celebrate the birth of Christ into our world and into our hearts, and reflect on the gift of salvation that is born with him…including the fact that he was born to die for us. The Christmas tree and the Nativity scene are popular symbols of the season and a tradition in many Christian homes. It is also traditional to exchange Christmas gifts with family and friends as a way to honor God the Father’s gift of his only son to the world. Having received the gift of Christ, we naturally want to pass that gift along to our loved ones.

  • Mass SJF (Christmas Day)
    9:00 AM
    Dec-25-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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  • No School
    All day
    Dec-26-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Adoration STM
    6:00 AM-7:00 AM
    Dec-26-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Come spend 1 hour with Jesus!

    What is Eucharistic Adoration?
    Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves “the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before us”.
    During Eucharistic Adoration, we “watch and wait”, we remain “silent” in His Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist … By worshiping the Eucharistic Jesus, we become what God wants us to be! Like a magnet, The Lord draws us to Himself and gently transforms us.
    In its fullest essence … Eucharistic Adoration is “God and Man reaching out for each other, at the same time!”
    The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present – Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity!
    At the beginning of the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, a priest or deacon removes the sacred host from the tabernacle and places it in the Monstrance on the Altar for adoration by the faithful. “Monstrance” is the vessel used in the Church to display the consecrated Eucharistic Host, during Eucharistic adoration or benediction. The word monstrance comes from the Latin word monstrare, meaning “to expose”. It is known in Latin as an Ostensorium. When a consecrated host is placed in the monstrance, It is said to be a solemn exposition.
    When the Monstrance contains the Sacred Host, the priest does not touch it with his bare hands, but instead, holds it with a humeral veil, a wide band of cloth that covers his shoulders (humera) and has pleats on the inside in which he places his hands.
    At all other times, the reserved Sacrament is kept locked in the Tabernacle, so that the faithful may pray in the presence of the Sacrament.
    Are you tired because of the burden of your duties, because of frustration due to unsuccessful projects, because many misunderstand you? Are you heavy laden with guilt from past sins? Are you trying to find hope and meaning in life? Do not lose heart! Abandon yourself to Jesus in this “Sacrament of Love”: He will refresh you!
    The more time you spend with Jesus, the more you will come away feeling renewed and healed. Miracles of conversion, peace, discovery of vocations, answers to prayers, physical healings, and many other wonderful things happen where and when the Lord Jesus is adored in the Blessed Sacrament. They are the “gifts” that point to the Almighty Giver and testify to His Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament…
    Let us love being with the Lord! There we can speak with Him about everything. We can offer Him our petitions, our concerns, our troubles, our joys, our gratitude, our disappointments, our needs and our aspirations. Above all we can remember to pray: ‘Lord send laborers into Your harvest! Help me to be a good worker in Your vineyard!’
    We grow spiritually with each moment we spend with Jesus! Through our Adoration, Jesus calls us to a personal relationship (to become His friends and disciples), to “remain in Him” (Divine Intimacy), to “remain in His love” (Keep His commandments). He promises that all those who remain tightly bonded to Him, will bear much fruit and “their joy will be complete”. For without Him, we can do nothing.
    Through this “friendship”, we are inspired and strengthened to take on life’s challenges, to carry our daily cross with a new attitude, to become a “new creation” (more and more like Jesus).

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  • Mass SJF
    5:00 PM
    Dec-30-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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  • Mass STM
    8:15 AM
    Dec-31-17

    Osmond, NE, United States

    Osmond, NE, United States

  • Mass SJF
    10:15 AM
    Dec-31-17

    Randolph, NE, United States

    Randolph, NE, United States

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