I am thrilled to report that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation has recently made the beautiful Choose Life specialty license plates available to purchase.
While I was Director of Pro-Life Wisconsin, we worked for over 10 years through the legislative/administrative process to get these plates approved. After clearing many hurdles, Dan Miller current Director of Pro-Life Wisconsin partnering with Wisconsin Family Council has brought our dream to fruition.
Wisconsin now joins the ranks of 31 other states with Choose Life specialty plates. Your support for these wonderful plates is very important. In order for these plates to remain an option in Wisconsin,500 plates must be in circulation at any given time.
The additional $25 annual fee (beyond your annual plate registration amount) goes to Choose Life Wisconsin Foundation. The first time you order your plates, there is a one time $15 additional issuance fee.
Choose Life Wisconsin Inc. was set up by Pro-Life Wisconsin and Wisconsin Family Council to grant money to pro-life crisis pregnancy centers throughout our state. All of your $25 (tax deductible) specialty plate fee is used to help these life saving ministries. Choose Life Wisconsin Inc. is a 501(c)(3).
My husband and I have already bought our plates. Please proudly join us in this simple life affirming, life saving effort.
The order process is easy. Simply visit – ChooseLifeWisconsin.com to download the registration form. Follow the instructions on the form and send it in with your check. If your annual plate registration is not due soon you can still order your Choose Life plates now. Simply follow the special directions on the site for your specific circumstances. You can also personalize your plate number for an extra charge.
If you have any questions, concerns or need a form you can call Dan Miller Pro-Life Wisconsin State Director and Vice President of Choose Life Wisconsin Inc. at 262-796-1111 Ext. 11.
Choose life today. May God bless you.
Join us the 13th of every month, beginning on October
13th, the 100th anniversary of the Feast of Our Lady of
Each month, members of the Spirituality Commission will
lead us in praying the Rosary. Unite with your Council
sisters across the country for this powerful prayer each
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NCCW Day of Prayer & Fasting is November 16, 2017.
This day is always marked as the Thursday before Thanksgiving. It began as an annual day to bring awareness of local and worldwide hunger issues through communal prayer.
Click link for more information: NCCW Day of Prayer and Fasting 2017
December 2, 2017 – SDCCW Women’s Advent Retreat
Let the Peace of Christ Control your Hearts
Featured speaker is Kelly Wahlquist, a dynamic and inspiring Catholic author and speaker whose gift of weaving personal stories and Scripture together with practical advice allows her audience to enter more fully into what Pope Francis has called us to do- to live the joy of the Gospel with, missionary zeal.
December 2, 2017
St. John the Baptist, Webster WI
8:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Click the link for more information: Advent Retreat 2017
Click the link for the Advent Retreat agenda: 2017 Advent Retreat Agenda
Click the link for a printable registration form: 2017 Advent Retreat Registration Form
May 22, 2018 – Joint Diocesan Convention – Duluth & Superior
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The SDCCW Board would like to encourage your parish to join with NCCW in the relief efforts In the Galveston/Houston Dioceses.
Information on SDCCW Texas Donation
Mission: The Seven Sisters Apostolate is a call to strengthen the Church by ensuring that a Holy Hour is prayed each day of the week for the sole intention of a specific priest or bishop – a “holy wasting” (cf. Mt. 26:10) or lavishing of prayer for his deeper conformity to Christ.
Structure: A core group of 7 women (each taking one day of the week) with one as the anchoress (coordinator) who respond to the call to pray for their parish priest. Additional women may make themselves available as substitutes. The Holy Hour can be prayed at any time during your assigned day – when possible, prayed in the presence of our Eucharistic Lord. Initial commitment is made for one year, discerning the call to continue or invite a replacement to maintain core group of seven.
Seven Sisters Apostolate
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