Diocese Of Fall River Pro-Life Essay Contest Massachusetts

The Diocese of Green Bay's Rural Life Committee meets the pastoral needs of families in rural areas by:

  • planning an annual Rural Life Day celebration
  • performing legislative advocacy on rural issues
  • advocating for needs of parishioners in rural areas in diocesan planning
  • working closely with the National Catholic Rural Life Conference.

More Information

Diocesan liaison: Deb Wegner-Hohensee
Phone: (920) 272-8286 or 877-500-3580, ext. 8286
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EVENTS

Rural Life Day | March 20, 2018, Brillion | March 22, 2018, Shawano | 10:30 a.m.

All are invited to celebrate and support Rural Life 2018 in the Diocese of Green Bay at one of the two celebrations. Rural Life Day is an opportunity to:
  • praise God's abundant generosity
  • have your soil, seeds, animals and machinery blessed
  • build community throughout the Diocese's rural communities

Collections taken at Masses go to scholarships for students pursuing a degree in a field supporting rural life.

Dates

March 20, 2018, Brillion

Where: Holy Family Parish

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Mass Celebrant/Homilist: Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus Robert Morneau

Time: 10:30 a.m.

Luncheon Tickets: Meal tickets must be purchased seven days before the event by mailing, calling or emailing Holy Family Parish:
1100 W. Ryan Street
Brillion, WI 54110
(920) 756-2535
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March 22, 2018, Shawano

Where: Sacred Heart Parish

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Mass Celebrant/Homilist: Bishop David Ricken

Time: 10:30 a.m.

Luncheon Tickets: Meal tickets must be purchased seven days before the event by mailing, calling or emailing Sacred Heart Parish:
321 S. Sawyer Street
Shawano, WI 54166
(715) 526-2023
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NE Wisconsin Native and Broadcaster Pam Jahnke to Speak at Luncheon

Pam JahnkeNortheastern Wisconsin native Pam Jahnke will be the luncheon speaker. Jahnke learned the farm work ethic growing up on her family's 200-acre dairy farm. She was active in 4-H and FFA, serving as a 4-H camp counselor, a dairy exhibitor in county fairs, and Oconto County's Dairy Queen.

Jahnke studied broadcast journalism and agriculture at UW-River Falls. In October of 1990, Jahnke became farm director in Madison and grew her farm broadcast from a single station in Madison to today's statewide 23-radio station WI Farm Report Network, plus daily reports on Madison's CBS affiliate WISC-TV.

In 2010 she was named president of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting and the Farm Broadcaster of the Year in 2013.


2018 Resources | Posted as Available


Fox 11 News Report | Bear Creek | Rural Life Days 2017 offers blessing for farmers

Website


2018 Rural Life Essay and Drawing Contest

Students in grades 1-3, 4-5, and 6-8 will be invited to write an essay or draw a picture on a theme to be announced later. Winning entrants will receive a Culver's gift card and their entries will be published in the Rural Life Issue of The Compass.

Pending


2017 Rural Life Scholarship Winners

Derek SchmidtElizabeth BekkersElizabeth Bekkers and Derek Schmidt received the 2017 Rural Life Scholarships.

Elizabeth Bekkers, a member of St. James Parish in Cooperstown, received the scholarship check from Jim Wavrunek of the Rural Life Committee May 24, 2017, at the Denmark High School awards ceremony.

Derek Schmidt, a member of Holy Family Parish in Brillion, received the scholarship check from Greg Bohman of the Rural Life Committee May 24, 2017, at the Brillion High School awards ceremony.


2017 Rural Life Drawing Contest Winners

Grade 1

1st Place | Ben Staudinger, St. Mary/St. Michael School, Clark Mills

2nd Place | Josh Afshar, Notre Dame School, De Pere

3rd Place | Zach Nelson, Notre Dame School, De Pere

Grade 2

1st Place | Abby Jerdee, St. Mary Church, De Pere

2nd Place | Brooke Heran, St. Mary/St. Michael School, Clark Mills

3rd Place | Brenna Englebert, Notre Dame School, De Pere

Grade 3

1st Place | Riley Westlund, Holy Trinity School, Casco

2nd Place | Danica Gagne, Holy Trinity School, Casco

3rd Place | Paige Selner, All Saints School, Denmark

2017 Rural Life Essay Contest Winners

Grades 4 & 5

1st Place | Theresa Martin, All Saints School, Denmark

2nd Place | Malena O'Rourke, All Saints School, Denmark

3rd Place | Sophie Bienapfl, All Saints School, Denmark

Grade 6

1st Place | Maya McManus, Notre Dame School, De Pere

2nd Place | Delaney Gallagher, Notre Dame School, De Pere

3rd Place | Anneliese Cuene, Notre Dame School, De Pere

Grades 7 & 8

1st Place | Morgan Hmielewski, Holy Cross Parish, Kaukauna

2nd Place | Sophie Smidel from Holy Rosary School, Kewaunee

3rd Place | Cameron Cullen from Holy Rosary School, Kewaunee


Essay & Drawing Contest Winning Entries

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Harvest Ideas 2017

Rural Life Committee members gratefully share memorable ways to celebrate God's wonderful blessings, the harvest, Thanksgiving and the bounty of Northeast Wisconsin, including festivals, recipes, prayers, and games.

Harvest Ideas   Download Flyer


Seasonal Prayers for the Rural Life Community

Prayers from Catholic Rural Life (CRL), a national, Catholic nonprofit organization dedicated to the vitality of the American countryside.

Seasonal Prayers


Contact

Deb Wegner-Hohensee | (920) 272-8286 | This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Continuing a long tradition this October, Massachusetts Citizens for Life will honor Respect Life Month with our Annual Massachusetts March for Life around Boston Common on Sunday, October 1, 2017 from 1 to 4pm.

The day begins with a brief pre-march rally at the Parkman Bandstand with musicians and pro-life speakers, including Cardinal Seán O’Malley, to energize the crowd before we set off on a joyful march around the perimeter of the Boston Public Garden and Boston Common.

Various Massachusetts organizations dedicated to supporting the physical and emotional needs of pregnant women and children in crisis will benefit from the proceeds raised at the March. See a list of participating organizations below:

  1. Massachusetts Citizens for Life
  2. Friends of the Unborn, Quincy
  3. Operation Rescue, Boston
  4. Heartbeat, Burlington
  5. Learn Your Options, Boston, Fall River, and Hyannis
  6. Bethesda House, North Pembroke
  7. Archdiocese of Boston Pro-life Office (incl. Project Rachel & Pregnancy Help in Brighton, Brockton & Natick)
  8. Diocese of Fall River Pro-life Office
  9. Diocese of Worcester Respect Life Office
  10. Diocese of Springfield Pro-life Office
  11. Problem Pregnancy of Worcester
  12. Abundant Hope, Attleboro
  13. First Concern Pregnancy Resource Center, Clinton
  14. Birthright of Framingham
  15. Birthright of New Bedford
  16. Problem Pregnancy of North Quabbin
  17. New Direction Pregnancy Center, North Adams

The March is an inspiring opportunity for pro-life supporters of all ages to give public witness to their belief in the value and sanctity of all human life. We can also celebrate the gains we have made in the respect for life, including a decrease in the numbers of annual abortions in Massachusetts by half over the past couple of decades.

Please come join us for a day you will always remember and send a clear message to the world that we value life in Massachusetts!

As we do each year, we’ll be asking marchers to support a variety of Massachusetts organizations that provide pro-life services of various kinds. 

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