MASS TIMES: Sat: 5:15 pm | Sun: 7:30, 9:00 & 10:45 am | Daily Masses
New this year: SPRING REGISTRATION for the 2013-2014 Faith Formation & Sacramental Preparation year (including First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, & Confirmation) begins this weekend, April 27-28. There is an Open House to share information on our programs and answer questions. Please contact a member of the Faith Formation Team for more information. Phone Number: 507-282-8542
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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MAY 31, an added $20 late fee charged after this date
Pax Christi's Vision and Mission Statements and the Parish initiatives can be found on our Mission Page.
Pastoral Council Meeting Minutes for the meeting held March 19, 2013 Meeting Minutes
The Roman Catholic Church began a Year Of Faith observance beginning on October 11, 2012. This observance is focused on a "New Evangelization" with the intention of welcoming back to the Church Catholics who have fallen away from their faith as well as providing an opportunity to enlighten practicing Catholics with a deeper understanding of their faith. Pax Christi will be offering two class format programs to help people better know and embrace our Catholicism. Pax will present a class on Vatican II called " The Faithful Revolution" which involves DVDs with discussion to follow and another class on "Catholicism" with DVDs and discussion. The first series on Vatican II The Faithful Resolution will be held Wednesday evenings Dec 5, 12, & 19 at 6:oo pm in the Dining Hall. The dates for the series on "Catholicism" are TBD. The Diocese of Winona website has additional resources on the Year of Faith and can be accessed by clicking HERE.
St. Paul instructs us to "pray always". As Catholics we are encouraged to pray, receive the sacraments and serve the Lord in all that we do. An important and necessary practice to enrich our prayer and service experiences is to engage in a daily Reflection. Presented here is a weblink to Sacred Space, a website featuring a daily prayer to reflect on.
The Pax Christi Knights of Columbus council #14145 is a community of more than 90 Catholic men from Pax Christi parish who are committed to grow in faith together through fellowship, prayer and volunteer efforts. We focus on supporting our parish, the youth and many other ministries of Pax Christi and throughout Rochester. We are also a part of the worldwide Knights of Columbus organization that was established in 1882 by Fr. Michael McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut. Should you have questions or would like to ask how to join the Knights of Columbus, please contact Jim Lundholm at 288-1583 or Ken Linn at 287-1095.