Welcome to Saint Edward & Isidore Church
Sunday: 8:00 & 10:00am
Week Days: 8:30am - Tuesday through Friday
Holy Days: 8:30am & 6:30pm
8:00am - 4:00pm, Monday through Wednesday
8:00am- 3:00pm, Thursday
8:00am - 12:00pm, Friday
We now find ourselves within Ordinary time. Ordinary time derives its name from using ordinal numbers to count the weeks. It does not get its name from the fact that nothing special is happening!
During these weeks of Summer and Fall leading up to Advent, we are reminded to stay faithful to Christ and steadfast in our loyalty to him. We are also invited to prepare for the “Disciples on the Way” initiative that is beginning in the Diocese of Green Bay this Fall.
Bishop Ricken has broken this initiative into 3 phases. The first phase from 2014-2016 is the “Formation in prayer and holiness” phase in which we will focus on getting to know Jesus Christ more personally and intimately.
The second phase from 2016-2018 is the “Formation in Discipleship” phase, in which we will focus on worshipping Christ more attentively and with greater participation at Mass.
The third phase from 2018-2020 is the “Formation in Mission” phase, in which we will share more fully our love for Jesus with family, friends, co-workers and neighbors. When we are enthusiastic and energized about our love for Jesus, we want to share the good news with all those we meet.
May the next six years in which we participate in the “Disciples on the Way” initiative draw us closer to Jesus and expand our love for him and others.
The parish community of SS. Edward and Isidore seeks to provide an awareness and understanding of faith of God and the purpose of life.
We are committed to the proclamation of the word of God, the formation of Christian Community and the reaching out to all in times of sorrow, joy and need.
We invite all to discover, share and celebrate their unique gifts.
Encouraged by our longstanding history of over 100 years of faith and praying together, and drawn by a warm and friendly spirit, we will continue to be a visible sign of Christ to the people in the Flintville area and beyond.