Ministry for people with mobility challenges
- The Day at the Dells in August and the Advent/Christmas Party in December are opportunities for people throughout the diocese to gather for prayer and fellowship. Handicap accessible busses are available throughout the diocese for these events.
- The Apostolate is able to provide financial assistance to parishes who want to updates their parish buildings so that they are accessible to all parishioners.
- Called to serve
- By our baptism, each person is called to be a part of a parish community. If a physical limitation provides a barrier to participating in a way that you feel God is calling you to serve, please contact your pastor and/or the Apostolate so that we can work with you and your pastor to overcome these barriers in your parish.
- TV Mass
- Since 1967, the Apostolate has provided a weekly TV mass celebrated by a priest from our diocese for those who are home-bound or have difficulty getting to their church.
- Times and channels
- 6am on WISC-TV 3
- 7am on TVW (Channel 3.2 for those with antennas) and Direct TV 14 (Cable)
- Past masses are posted to our Facebook page early each week
Jul 18 | 2017
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