The Catholic faith’s seven sacraments allow us to experience and celebrate God’s presence throughout our lives. These include Baptism, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Confirmation, Marriage, Holy Orders and Anointing of the Sick. Quinceanera is a custom also celebrated by some of our members. Contact the parish office for more information.
An AUTOMATED GIVING option for making your parish contributions. Donation can be deducted from your checking/savings account, or your VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover card weekly, monthly or whatever dates work best for your budget. Automated Giving Is Here… Have You Signed Up Yet? Using We Share is an easy way to continue to contribute on a regular basis even when you are out of town. It’s easy to sign up. Please contact Donna in the parish office at (219) 838-0395 if you would like additional information on We Share or to sign up. We appreciate your generosity and stewardship. Thank You
*PICK UP 2019 MONTHLY RAFFLE TICKETS in Church*
Most of you by now have received the letter about the monthly raffle tickets. The first monthly raffle is on January 25, 2019, so be sure your stubs are filled out and turned in to the Parish Office or in the Collection Basket. You have 36 chances to win. Please be sure to pick up your tickets in Church.
Call the Parish Office at 838-0395 should you need additional tickets or if you have any questions. Thank you for your support.
OLG’s Big Annual Event less than 1 months away..... The OLG A&R Christmas Bazaar is on Nov. 2nd & 3rd.
♦ Pick up your tickets in Church on the North wall. Drop in Offering basket at Mass, Mail, or bring to Parish Office. 1st prize is $1,000, 2nd prize is $500 & 3rd prize is a beautiful handmade quilt. The tickets are $5.00 each and there will be 5 tickets in each envelope. Extra tickets in parish office. Winners will be picked on Sunday, November 3rd.. Any questions regarding Raffle Tickets, please contact JoAnn Noce 219-923-3095. License # 149000
♦ If you enjoy crafting or sewing, please consider helping us. We could also use homemade treats for the Bakery and Candy. Our Potpourri Room needs slightly used and working household items.
♦ One of the most anticipated rooms for this event is the Potpourri Room. We are in need of new and gently used donated items to be sold. (No Clothing) Dishes, paintings, decorations, jewelry, and everything else. Donations can be brought to White House (3011 Condit St.) Mon-Fri starting September 29th from 9am-12 pm or call Carol 924-8483, Arlene 924-3035 or Charmaine 838-8664.
The Summer/Winter 2019 series meets on Wednesdays, from 7-8:30 pm. Summer—Aug. 7, 21. They provide emotional support for loss of a loved one. There is also a suicide survivors group. Meetings are held at St. James, corner of Kennedy & 45th St. in Highland. For more information, call 219-924-5577 website: www.woundedhealers-nwi.com
“Summer” Series: June 12, 26; July 10, 24; Aug. 7, 21 (w/speaker)
“Winter” Series: Sept. 4, 18; Oct. 2 , 6 & 30; Nov. 13 (w/ speaker)
For all women & men who have experienced an abortion, or anyone who has been involved with one. The weekend focuses on the love of God, on his mercy, and on new beginnings and hope through scripture, meditation and sacrament. A retreat for post-abortion healing and reconciliation.
All inquires are confidential.
WHEN: Sundays @ 6:30 PM
WHERE: Our Lady Of Grace Parish 3025 Highway Avenue, Highland IN
THEOLOGY ON TAP is a casual gathering of individuals ages 21+ looking to explore their Catholic faith while enjoying some beer, pizza, soft drinks, snacks, good companionship and interesting conversation
June 2nd - Allen Tatara: When is Enough Enough? How to find calm in the chaos...
August 4th - Steven Caraher:
October 16th - Matt Kresich: You're Catholic? So do you actually believe...
December 1st - Fr Dominic Clemente: And God Saw That it Was Good: Beer!
Deacon Allen Tatara is a dynamic and fiery speaker, preacher, storyteller, musician and evangelizer who ministers to groups of all ages. His talk “When is Enough Enough?” examines the increasing stress levels of young adults and how to change habits in order to keep stress to a minimum by putting God first and finding calm amid the chaos of life.
Matt Kresich has served in a variety of college ministries and has a passion for the young adult Catholic community. Over the years, he’s heard the question countless times, “You’re Catholic? So do you actually believe...” Matt will share some of the top questions he’s come across in his inter-Christian ministry involvement and share tips on how to respond.
Fr Dominic Clemente is a priest for the Archdiocese of Chicago and a brewer (and lover) of beer who was interviewed in a TIME magazine article on Millennial Priests. His talk “And God Saw That it was Good: Beer!” discusses the traditions of beer brewing as well as what the church teaches about alcohol consumption.