Founders’ Day is a celebration of our parish from its earliest days to the present. Our archives contain photos, articles and books showing the building of our current parish, the rebuilding of our organ, as well as the many suppers, … Continued
The Parish Quiet Day on July 14 provided parishioners with an opportunity to break away from the busy-ness of life and join others in a day of quiet reflection. We began in the chapel where we centered our minds and … Continued
→You can view the September/October 2018 issue of The Beacon, our parish newsletter here, in pdf format.
Thank you to those who purchased food for Our Father’s Table in July. Hot dogs are a favorite! The potato salad was terrific. Thanks to Allison Abell and Michele Mongeon. Thanks to the faithful serving and clean-up crew. As a … Continued
Earlier this year, the Lent group decided they wanted to volunteer at the Community Harvest Project. On July 21, a work party of 11 volunteers from St. Stephen’s went to the farm in Grafton. We worked in the hot summer … Continued
→You can view the July/August 2018 issue of The Beacon, our parish newsletter here, in pdf format.
The First Communion Class of 2018 (Timothy, Joseph, Ryan and Sonya) assist Mo. Hilary at communion on June 3. Congratulations to the Leedberg, Barner, Calderone and Lundberg families!
Ora et labora, pray and work, was the theme of the men’s retreat on May 12th at the Community Harvest Project in Grafton. Led by Fr. Dave Woessner, we lived the monastic life for a day. We prayed at lauds, … Continued
On Sunday, May 6th we celebrated Legacy Sunday at St. Stephen’s. We discussed how a Legacy Gift differs from other gifts given to St. Stephens during the sermon and again at coffee hour. Legacy gifts are generally made through: A … Continued
The Apple Tree presentation took place on Pentecost Sunday during our very delicious international pot luck lunch! Michele Mongeon gave a short description of the origin of the Apple Tree in Fay Hall. In 2000, the youth group was looking … Continued