Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be satisfied Mathew 5:6.
St. Isidore Parish will be having its Annual Fall Breakfast and Raffle from 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Sunday, October 7, 2018, at the St. Joseph Hall. The menu will include whole hog sausage, ham, pancakes, fried eggs, scrambled eggs, homemade breads and rolls, orange juice, milk and coffee. Cost is $4.00 for 10 years and under and $7.00 for 11 years and older.
The Country Store which will contain homemade baked goods from the members of the parish will be open from 7 AM to Noon. The drawing for the quilt and big raffle (top prize $500 cash) will be at Noon (do not need to be present). Tickets for the quilt and big raffle will be available for purchase during the breakfast. Uncooked frozen sausage will be available for purchase starting at 7AM.
Each family is asked to donate one of the following: One gallon of milk (to be brought Saturday evening or first thing Sunday) or one large bottle of pancake syrup (with a pouring spout)
3 items for the Country Store
2 dozen sweet rolls or bread to equal 2 dozen servings for the tables.
Baked goods and country store items can be brought to the hall on Saturday, October 6th. Please have the country store items marked as to what they are.
Trunk or Treat will be held on Sunday, October 21 at Bishop from 3 - 4 pm. Cars should arrive no later than 2:45 pm.
Judging and prizes will be awarded at 3:45 pm.
St Aloysius and St Joseph
Our Mission Statement:We come together from three different parishes to form a community of faith whose patron is St. Isidore the Farmer. Our Ancestors have given many of us a German work ethic and a bond with the soil. We form a sacramental people in the Effingham Deanery of the Roman Catholic diocese of Springfield in Illinois. The Sacred Scriptures and the sacraments of the Church sustain us as we strive to know, love and serve the Lord; forgive those who offend us; welcome the stranger; bring the gospel to the marketplace; and develop hearts that are filled with gratitude. We endeavor to be instruments of the Holy Spirit in building the kingdom of God.