All mothers are invited to join us for Mother Mary's Mantle - a Mother's group to support, love, and encourage mothers through every stage of life. Meets on Tuesday mornings, from 10-11:30am, in the Upper Room, at the Most Blessed Sacrament Parish Mission Center building (449 High Ave, Oshkosh).
Join us on Saturday, September 24, to commemorate this historic year at the March for Life Wisconsin! With the overturn of Roe, a record number of babies saved in our state, and Pro-Life Wisconsin’s 30th anniversary, there is much to praise and thank God for.
In 2022, MBS is supporting Damascus Road - a non profit that fights human trafficking and sexual exploitation in the Fox Valley - through the Scarlet Cord prayer ministry, collecting items for the Exodus bags provided to survivors, and financial donations.
Most Blessed Sacrament participates the annual Oshkosh Back To School Fair. For the 2022-2023 school year, the giving trees will be in the back of church beginning Sunday, July 4th. Please return donations by July 31. The Fair takes place August 17 & 18 - volunteers are welcome!
Saturday, July 23 3:30PM - 7PM • Celebrate Mass • Enjoy Food & Fellowship • Be Empowered & Healed: Hear personal testimony of healing after abortion & find out what our local community is doing to help parents!
Catholic Young Adults coming together to grow closer to Christ through community, liturgy, service, prayer and life. Join us! Are you in the Oshkosh area, Catholic, aged 18-39? Are you home from college for the summer? We'd love to meet you! Feel free to invite friends to OYA events.
The Diocese of Green Bay, Catholic Relief Services, Caritas and the Wisconsin Ukrainians Humanitarian Relief & Army Collection Drive are all places where you can direct medical supply, humanitarian supply, and financial donations to help the people of Ukraine. Bishop Ricken also shares a video message imploring all Catholics in the Diocese of Green Bay to pray for peace.
Updates on the progress we've made toward the 2022 goals for our 4 main strategic focus areas, and some key questions every leader in the parish is being asked to answer before launching (or restarting) any initiative or offering.
Throughout the Gospels, we see Jesus' tender care and preferential treatment of children. Young children - even those who are not perfectly behaved! - are always welcome at Most Blessed Sacrament parish.
Palm Sunday, also called Passion Sunday is the Sunday before Easter. We begin with a blessing and procession of palm branches. Our liturgy commemorate Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem to celebrate Passover and proclaims his passion and death.Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week.