In response to the latest directives from the CDC and the State of Wisconsin we will be suspending in-person public worship in the Diocese of Fond du Lac until further notice. Below are some resources for this time of social distancing.
In a time of great sickness, a pandemic, where do we turn for help? What do we mean when we use the word “healing”? Is healing for humans, or humans and animals or humans and animals and botanicals, or for all living creatures and for the habitats in which they live? What do we mean when we use the word “reconciliation”? Do healing and reconciliation synergize with one another, or work against one another? What are the sacraments that speak to the need for healing and reconciliation? Does God send illness, injury and death to build our character, to get our attention, to teach us a lesson?
Beginning Saturday March 21, Bishop Gunter will present a video Lenten Retreat on Julian of Norwich who lived in a time of pandemic, political unrest, and other uncertainty yet found peace and hope in spite of that.
In response to the latest directives from the CDC (no gatherings larger than 50) and the White House (no gatherings larger than 10) we will be suspending in person public worship in the Diocese of Fond du Lac until further notice.
The custom of meditating upon Jesus’ final journey to the cross during the season of Lent dates back to the Middle Ages. The fourteen stations represent the scriptural and traditional events of Jesus’ journey from condemnation before Pilate to his death on the cross and his entombment.