SRE is cancelled tomorrow and Dave Morrow is not requiring the youth to sing at 11:30 Mass. Be safe and stay warm.
Tuesday, January 22 is a Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children. Fr. Arbuckle will celebrate Mass at 8:15 am. and also asks that we fast from something in our life that is a sacrifice to remind us through the day of all those children who are at risk of abortion and for the end to abortion.
The next Bible study - an 8 week study of the Gospel of John - is ready to begin. There are two time options - Tuesday, beginning February 5 from 7 - 8:30 pm until March 26 and Friday, beginning February 8 from 9 - 11:00 am until March 29. Classes will be held in the Frassati Room. For information or to order the accompanying workbook ($21)contact Chad Grube - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Game Night has been cancelled this month due to the weather! See you in February!
St. Joan of Arc will begin having Game Night each month for those 21 and older. Our first Game Night is Saturday, January 19. We will plan to start at 6:00 pm, and ask that each person or couple bring a dish or appetizer to share as well as their favorite board game or card game. We figure that we will have 2 – 3 tables of Euchre players each month! If you do not own any games – no worries – you will surely want to play with others that have brought a game that you will enjoy playing. Please invite friends and family to come enjoy this fun night out! Please call Jan Marrah at 865-6684 or email@example.com if you have questions! See you in January!
Join SoulCore Leader Carrie Lupini, to nourish body, mind & soul with SoulCore - a prayer experience that combines the prayers of the rosary with core strengthening, stretching and functional movement. No fitness level or experience required. All are welcome! Visit www.soulcore.com for more information.
WHEN: Thursdays at 1:30 pm. BEGINNING January 10th at Saint Joan of Arc in the PE space. There is no cost but a suggested donation of $10, for those who are able. Dress in comfortable clothing or sportswear and bring a fitness mat. Hand weights are optional. Contact Carrie at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Here is a video to see what a class looks like https://vimeopro.com/likablea…/soulcore-glorious/…/144995442
The Indiana Holy Family Catholic Conference is the only conference of its kind! A small community feel with so much to offer! This is our 14th year for the conference. It's been called the "best kept secret" of our diocese. But we don't want it to be a secret - we want you to know about it and come experience it! We average 500-700 people each year - with 1/4 of those being children! We offer separate programming for adults, HS, MS and children from age 3-11 years, and babysitting for 1-2 year olds.
Your low, low registration fee covers everything including a hot, catered lunch from one of our highest rated caterers in Kokomo!
ALL Catholic elements are included: a Eucharistic procession to kick off our conference, Adoration Chapel (your children will visit it guided by a religious sister), confession, and we will conclude the conference with the Lord's Day Mass.
Come celebrate our rich Catholic faith and grow spiritually as a family!
More info at www.holyfamilyconference.org
“Dump your Holiday Junk”
8 week fitness challenge
January 7th - February 25th
Mondays from 5:45-7:00 pm
Fitness/motivational and nutritional tips
Support Group included - more info at first class
Classes can be modified for all fitness levels
Must be 18 years of age
Must be paid in full at first class January 7th
*Giveaway at the end of the 8 week challenge!* (must come to all 8 weeks to have the opportunity to win)
Gift cards available! Available to purchase after 9:00 am Mass December 16th at Coffee and Donuts or at the kiosk after 11:30 am Mass, or see parish secretary, Diana Voiles to purchase during the week.
To sign up: Contact Mallory Beard at 765-865-6688, or there will be a sign-up sheet at the kiosk.
The Women's Book Group is reading We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter beginning Thursday, January 10 at 6 pm. We would love to have you join us! Let me know (email@example.com) if you want me to order a book for you - cost is $13.
This is just one of hundreds of excellent reviews of the book: "Although this is historical fiction, the author, the granddaughter of one of the main characters, tells the amazing story of her family's survival during WWII in Poland, when only 300 people survived! Georgia Hunter's writing is exquisite and I was in tears several times just reading about the love that each family member shared and their pluckiness that brought them safely to freedom.