|St. Joseph Catholic Church
|Perpetual Adoration||Prayer Chain|
|Pilgrim Mary Home Visit||Diocesan Retreat Promoter|
|Marriage Encounter||Natural Family Planning|
Contact Maggie Kopsa at 402-362-6445. Parishioners volunteer to invest one hour of their week in prayer with our Lord present in the Blessed Sacrament in our Parish Church. We would like to encourage more parishioners to take an hour of adoration, and to make the program truly "Perpetual Adoration". Please list the preferred Day and Hour on the Gifts & Talents Survey you would like to be with our Eucharistic Lord.
Volunteers are needed to be a Day Captain for each day of the week. The role of the Day Captains would be to promote and encourage more parishioners to commit to one hour a week so that all the hours in their day is filled. Please write down "Captain" above the Day you are willing to serve in this capacity.
Contact Carmen McKenny 402-362-5069 or Rectory e-mail StJoeYork@gmail.com. Requests for prayer intentions are communicated to other parishioners on the prayer chain. Prayer requests are kept confidential.
Pilgrim Mary Home Visit
Contact Maria Olson at 402 363-9758. A beautiful statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary will be brought to your home for a number of days (one week). The members of the home are asked to be faithful to praying the Rosary each day they have the image of Mary in their home.
Diocesan Retreat Promoter
The Diocese of Lincoln ha a great treasure in the Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House near Waverly, NE. Men and women can attend a quiet retreat from Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. to Sunday at 1:00 p.m. For the schedule of possible Retreats please refer to the bulletin board in the back of the Church or contact Gene or Jan Buhman at 402-362-3796.
Marriage Encounter Movement
The weekend is designed to help married couples communicate more intimately with one another in order to deepen and enrich their relationship. The weekend is free from everyday routines, distractions and tensions. An atmosphere is created where the couple can concentrate exclusively on one another in a private and confidential environment. http://www.lincolndiocese.org/marriage-family/marriage-encounter
Natural Family Planning (NFP)
Contact the Rectory at 402-362-4595, or Diocesan Coordinator Mrs Michele Chamber 488-2040 ext 320. Natural Family Planning is the only method of family planning that does not require the use of harsh chemicals, devices or surgical procedures. NFP is a morally acceptable method of regulating pregnancy. Couples using NFP easily learn to recognize and accurately identify signs of fertility by observing the natural phases of the menstrual cycle. With an understanding of their fertility they can choose to use this method to either achieve or postpone a pregnancy. The Creighton Ovulation Method provides the most effective means of achieving a pregnancy. It is also 99.6% effective for avoiding a pregnancy - more effective than any form of artificial contraceptive.
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