We let ourselves blossom.
Our Mission Statement:
Catholic Daughters of the Americas strive to embrace the principle of faith working through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all mankind.
The seven point program of the CIRCLE OF LOVE is bound together by the common interest- LOVE.
The small heart in the center is taken from the logo of the HEART SPEAKS TO HEART program. By utilizing this portion of the logo and part of the Heart Speaks to Heart program that is compatible with the Circle of Love, a smooth transition occurs.
The Cross and Crown in the center of the heart is the national symbol of the Order- the Catholic Daughters of the Americas.
The seven points selected indicate the needs of the Church and community best served by the Catholic Daughters. The program itemizes these needs with suggestions on how Catholic Daughters can effectively serve.
The CIRCLE OF LOVE program gathers to assist Catholic Daughters in working with the Church and community. We are indeed very aware of the needs in society that are deeply affecting today's generation, the elderly, and human life. To promote good works, we must reach out and make a difference in the lives of those who are suffering. If we are to be "Jesus hands and feet", then we must use the talents He gave us, become educated in new fields, volunteer our services and financial assistance where needed.
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Your Greatest Self.
"The ashes mean I'm a sinner. The shape of the cross means I have a Savior."
~Fr. Mike Schmitz
Prayers & Thanksgiving
PRAY for the sick and sick of our parish: Almighty and Eternal God, You are the everlasting health of those who believe in You. Hear us for Your sick servants for whom we implore the aid of Your tender mercy, that being restored to bodily health, he or she may give thanks to You in Your Church. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Extra Prayers for
May the Lord shine down on all
the countries with war, pestilence, or disease, and show
them the love and compassion towards humanity.
St. Margaret's - Kimball
- Saturday evening at 5 PM
- Jan/Mar/May/Jul/Sept/Nov alternating with St. James, Sunday Morning 8 AM
St. James - Chamberlain
- Saturday evening at 5 PM
- Feb/Apr/Jun/Aug/Oct/Dec alternating with St. Margaret's, Sunday Morning 10:30 AM
St. Anthony - Pukwana
Decommissioned as of September 2019
Attending Mass is now open, however, due to COVID-19, attending Mass is not required if you feel uncomfortable attending. If you would like to attend Mass, please call the parish to sign up for a seat as they are following suggested protocol from the diocese. Mass can still be viewed live on Facebook. Please visit the link below to the page, and tune into Mass on Sundays!
Pray for our
Today I pray for our nation. I ask that you would give our President wisdom beyond his own understanding and the courage to chose the right path no matter how narrow the gate. I pray for all in authority over us that you would give them the grace and strength to stand against the temptation to use power as a weapon but rather to carry it reverently as one would a child. I pray for the spiritual leaders of our country that they would hear your voice and know your heart. I pray that they would lead from their knees and by that simple grace bring each one of us to our knees before your throne. Have mercy on our nation Lord, In Jesus name, Amen. ~Anonymous