Established in 2005, St. Francis of Assisi in Calhoun County, Illinois consists of St. Norbert in Hardin, St. Anselm in Kampsville and St. Michael in Michael.
Reading the Bible should bring us closer to Christ, but understanding it is often difficult. The good news is that you can understand the Bible, and The Bible Timeline, a twenty-four-part Bible study, makes it easy.
Presenter Jeff Cavins shows you how fourteen of the Bible’s narrative books tell the biblical story from beginning to end and gives you the keys to understanding the amazing story woven throughout Scripture. In this revolutionary approach to Bible study, The Bible Timeline divides the Bible into twelve color-coded time periods that make it easier to follow its narrative thread. Using a unique color-coded chart, you will learn the story of our faith.
St. Francis of Assisi will offer The Bible Timeline beginning on Wednesday, September 21, 2020 at 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Participants will meet each week (either in person or through Zoom) to discuss the engaging video previously watched on their own time. For more information or to register, visit Ascension Press
You may also contact Maria Carmody at 618-576-2628 for more information.
UPDATE!! NEW!! Effective immediately, all weekend Masses may be attended by 63 individuals at St. Norbert and 80 individuals at St. Anselm. Sign-up is not necessary! (4pm Saturday, St. Anselm; 9:30am Sunday at St. Norbert; 5:00pm Sunday at St. Norbert.) Slots will fill quickly so you may want to come early. Note: the 5:00pm Mass has been very lightly attended, while the 9:30am Mass tends to be full.
St. Francis of Assisi now provides Online Giving – a convenient and safe way to make a one-time or recurring donation. Getting started is easy… just click on the Online Giving link below. When you participate, your gift will be securely transferred directly into the parish bank account. And you won’t have to remember your envelopes, write a check or stop by the ATM on Sundays! Just like the envelopes you currently receive, only ‘virtual’ envelopes!