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It’s Stewardship Commitment Renewal Weekend! Let’s Journey Together

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We are grateful for all of you who so willingly share your time, talent and treasure with our parish and community to build God’s Kingdom here and now. Stewardship renewal is an annual occurrence — part of the rhythm of parish life at all parishes, including St. Francis...

Fr. Mike, team to share experiences from Honduras Medical Mission trip

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Fr. Mike and other team members will offer an hour-long presentation of photos and stories from the January 2020 Honduras Medical Mission on Monday, April 6, at 9 a.m. and repeated at 7:30 p.m. in the Xavier Room. All are welcome, and no reservations are needed.

Are you up for the Activated Disciple Lenten Challenge?

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THIS LENT! The Activated Disciple Lenten Challenge will move your faith to the next level! As Catholics, we practice our faith, and we strive to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. But we often find that we’re not fully living out the bold, abundant, Christ-like life we’re...

Ministry leaders invited to 2020 stewardship dinner

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Our 2020 stewardship commitment season is fast approaching! Make plans now to join us for our annual Ministry Leaders Dinner on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 6:30 p.m. in the Xavier Room. As a key part of our parish leadership, your presence is critical to learning how to carry out Fr....

15th annual Wines of the World event benefits St. Francis Xavier Parish

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Have fun, discover new wines and microbrews, and raise a little money for St. Francis Xavier Parish at the 15th annual “Wines of the World” wine tasting event. The event, organized by Maria and Robert Budi, will be held Friday, Feb. 7, 2020, at Blue Heron Event Center, 3227...

Stand up for life! Plan now to join March for Life in Washington, D.C.

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Everyone is invited to join members of our Life Teen youth ministry to attend the National March for Life on Friday, Jan. 24, in our nation’s capitol. The theme this year is “LIFE EMPOWERS: PRO-LIFE IS PRO-WOMAN.” We will take a bus from St. Francis Xavier...

Four Chaplains remembrance service here Feb. 5 to honor sacrifice

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The Third Annual City of Medina Four Chaplains Remembrance Service will honor four Army chaplains who gave their lives for others in World War II and recognize selfless service to one another, within our community, within our families and within our hearts. When: Wednesday, Feb....

Fr. Mike, parishioners travel to Honduras on medical mission to serve poor

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On Jan. 15, 2020, a medical mission team departed from airports in Cleveland, Akron, Louisville, Orlando, Phoenix and Miami to travel to Nuevo Paraiso in Honduras. The 70-member team is made up of doctors, dentists, eye doctors, nurses, pharmacists, pharmacy assistants,...

Human trafficking happens here: Learn what you can do

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Human trafficking violates the sanctity, dignity, and fundamental rights of the human person. The United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress, and Punish Trafficking in Persons defines human trafficking as “the recruitment, transportation, harboring or receipt of...

Rediscover the Saints book discussion series begins Jan. 7

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St. Francis Xavier Parish is pleased to offer each family a Christmas gift from our parish! At the doors of the church visitors were invited to take copies of “Rediscover the Saints: Twenty-Five Questions that Will Change Your Life” by Matthew Kelly. Read the book on...