Parish Happenings

Corn Roast News

The 2019 Corn Roast Festival will be held August 2, 3
& 4.

Raffle tickets are available in the breezeway. Please take a moment to pick up your envelope and sell/purchase your tickets. The raffles are a huge part of the profits for the weekend. More tickets are available in the parish office.

We are again asking for donations of bottled water in
the 16.9 oz. size. Also, to help with some of the expenses we are asking for donations of cases of pop. 12
oz. cans of Coke products: Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite,
Root beer, Orange (must be Coke products and 12
oz. cans). Thank you for your donations.

For more information, please call the parish office at
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

13 hours ago

St. Casimir Catholic Parish

Pray for us and especially for those most in need.Blessed Feast of Sts. Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia!

St. Jerome lists these three saints in his "Martyrologium Hieronymianum" as martyrs of the Diocletian persecution. Vitus, from Lucania, southern Italy, was the son of a pagan senator and converted to Christianity around the age of 12. He was tortured by his father in attempt to make him apostatize but Vitus remained faithful. According to legend, he was able to flee to Rome along with his tutor, Modestus, and the two exorcised a demon that possessed Diocletian's son. Vitus and Modestus, along with a nurse named Crescentia, were tortured by burning in a cauldron. The trio initially survived and returned to Lucania but died shortly thereafter from their injuries.

St. Vitus is often petitioned for cases of epilepsy and neurological disorders. One condition, Sydenham's Chorea, is also known as "St. Vitus Dance." He is also patron for protection from lightning as well as protection of pets and domestic animals. In addition, Vitus is also one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers known for their strong intercession. (Source: Catholic Answers)

Sts. Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia, pray for us!



SUPPORT US! Make a one-time tax deductible gift of support here ?

GET INVOLVED! Feeling called to start or join a team in your area (or become an SPSE Prayer Warrior). Sign up today, you won't regret it >

INSTAGRAM! Follow us >

NEWSLETTER! Sign up for our email or our snail mail newsletter by filling out the form here >
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Come celebrate Fr. Bill’s 30 years of Priesthood!

We will celebrate at the Parish Family Picnic, June
29th after the 4:00 Mass, with a special Anniversary
Cake, picnic supper and well wishes!

If you would like to bring a dish to pass see the sign-up sheet in the breezeway!

Hope to see many of you there!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Daily Feeds