Diocesan 9 Days for Life 2022 Events

From January 21 to 29, the Diocese of Saginaw will offer a pilgrimage of prayer during the 9 Days for Life.  Faithful will gather at eight designated parishes across the Diocese to pray for and raise awareness of respect for all human life.   The 9 Days for Life will open with the Knights of Columbus Novena for Life on January 21 at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption in Saginaw. The Novena for Life will then continue at seven additional designated parishes each day until concluding on January 29 at the Cathedral. The Knights of Columbus Councils from the designated parishes will lead each Novena, which may be followed by an event planned by the parish, such as Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Evening Prayer and more. Each parish will live stream their events. Also, available are Family Activity Booklets for parish community families and Formation Lesson Plan packets for schools, youth/campus ministers, formation leaders and home school families to share Catholic beliefs and teaching on the Dignity and Sanctity of all Human Life.  For complete details of events, materials and resources, please visit; saginaw.org/9daysforlife or call Lori Becker in the Office of Diocesan Outreach at 989.797.6652.  Sponsored by the Office of Parish Life & Evangelization at the Diocese of Saginaw.

Emerald Evening Dinner Tickets Now Available!

Dinner tickets to our school’s largest fundraiser are available now! Purchase tickets online at auctria.com/auction/emeraldevening2022 or with cash or check in the school office.
The evening will consist of dinner & dancing, along with an online silent auction, live auction, games, and cash raffle drawing! There are only a limited number of seats available so make sure you purchase your ticket today!
If you would like to attend this event as a volunteer, please contact Angelina Mitus at amitus@stbrigid-midland.org.

Preschool Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Calling all Preschool-aged children! Join us on Friday from 10:15-11:15 for Preschool Catechesis of the Good Shepherd in the Saint Brigid School Atrium. Sessions are structured to offer a time of prayer and song, a time for the “presentation” and a time for individual work by the child. The work of the children is their prayer and is the most important part of their time in the atrium. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Winberg at jenn.winberg@gmail.com.

Emerald Evening Cash Raffle Tickets

Saint Brigid Catholic School’s sole fundraiser is back in action!

Cash raffle tickets are currently on sale for your chance to win the grand prize of $15,000! That’s not all, second place is $5,000 and ten lucky third place winners will receive $1,000! Tickets are $100 each with only 1,000 tickets available. Funds raised from this fundraiser are used to help make Catholic education affordable to everyone.

Tickets can be purchased online with a credit card at auctria.com/auction/emeraldevening2022 or with cash or check in the School Office, Monday-Friday 8am-3pm. The drawing will take place at the Emerald Evening Gala on February 26, 2022.  You do not need to be present to win.

Thank you for your support of Saint Brigid Catholic School!

High School Youth Group Begins 11/14/21

Calling All High Schoolers!

High School Youth Group will begin on November 14, 2021 in the Youth Center 6:45pm-8pm. The group will meet on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.

You may register by contacting Bailey Brown at bbrown@stbrigid-midland.org or by scanning the QR code on the flyer below.

 

Reflections on Discipleship

“…as the Lord has forgiven you, so you must forgive.”
Colossians 3:13

Forgiveness – one of the hardest things for people to do. It’s amazing how long we can hold a grudge or be angry with someone. As we celebrate the feast of the Holy Family, take this opportunity to give the gift of forgiveness to someone – maybe someone in your family , maybe a friend, maybe a coworker or neighbor or, maybe yourself.

Pick up the phone or text someone right now.