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FrMatt.png  In Fr. Matthew’s Corner
The upcoming weekend provides a couple of wonderful opportunities to celebrate the blessings present in our parish communities. On Saturday June 27, Holy Name of Jesus will sponsor a two-mile Steeplechase Walk in conjunction with the Preserve the Legacy Campaign. I’ll be leading a warm-up starting at 8:15 AM and the walk will begin at 8:30 AM from the Huron Ave. entrance of Holy Name of Jesus. The entrance fee is $15 per individual or $45 per family and a Holy Name of Jesus performance t-shirt is included in the registration fee.
The walk gives us an opportunity to celebrate the generosity shown in supporting the Preserve the Legacy Campaign. At this point, we’re approaching $900,000 pledged over the three- year campaign duration. I’m humbled by your support of the campaign. Your generosity is a testament to your faith, and helps us to hand on our beautiful worship space to future generations in Sheboygan. If you have not made a pledge to the campaign, there is still time to do so. Either return the pledge cards that were mailed after Easter or contact the parish office to have another pledge card sent to you. If you write out a check to the campaign, we ask that you write “Preserve the Legacy ” in the memo line. Thank you for your ongoing support.
On Sunday June 28, the annual Holy Name of Jesus/St. Clement Picnic/Fiesta will take place in the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton school parking lot. The day begins with Mass under the tent at 10:30 AM. This year brings many new additions, including a car show, strolling musicians, volleyball, tug-o-war, and a dance. Summer is a great time to build relationships and the parishes’ Picnic/Fiesta is a great way to do so. Invite a friend!
Hail Mary...
Fr. Matthew


100th Anniversary Announcement

SCHistoryInfo 100th Anniversary Info

100 Anniversary

Holy Name Parish

Holy Name of Jesus Parish celebrated it's Sesquincentennial year of serving the faith community of Sheboygan's north side.

St. Clement Parish

St. Clement parish community offers Masses in Spanish language for a large population of Hispanic people.