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We are four linked Roman Catholic Parishes and one Oratory of the Archdiocese of Dubuque (Iowa) in the picturesque county of Eastern Allamakee along the beautiful Mississippi River....

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Holy Family of the Bluffs


Holy Family of the Bluffs

Mass Times

Thursday, March 21
Thornton Manor 9:45am

Friday, March 22
Lansing 7:30am

Saturday, March 23
Harpers 4:00pm
Lansing 7:00pm **Confirmation**

Sunday, March 24
New Albin 8:30am
Wexford 8:30am
Lansing 10:00am

Monday, March 25
Wexford NO MASS
Lansing 4:00pm

Tuesday, March 26
New Albin 8:30am

Wednesday, March 27
Lansing 7:30am

Thursday, March 28
Thornton Manor 9:45am

Friday, March 29
Lansing 7:30am

Saturday, March 30
*Harpers 11:00am Charles Berns Sr. Funeral Mass*
Harpers 4:00pm
Wexford 5:30pm

Sunday, March 31
New Albin 8:30am
Lansing 10:00am

What's Happening in HFB

Lent Resources 2019

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HFB weekend Mass Schedule April - October 2019

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Scott Frank Internet Safety Presentation "Online Risk Factors" March 26 at 6:30pm in Waukon

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Saint of the Day

St. Margaret of Clitherow

St. Margaret Clitherow was born in Middleton, England around the year 1555 to a protestant family. Margaret was known throughout the town for her wit and good looks, and in 1571 she married John Clitherow, and together they bore two children.Several years after her marriage to John, Margaret was introduced to the Catholic faith, and converted. She was a zealous defender of Catholicism and hid fugitive priests in her home. Eventually, Margaret was turned in to the sheriff and tried for the crime of harboring Catholic priests.While Margaret was on trial, many efforts were made to encourage her to deny the Catholic faith, but she held firmly. Finally, Margaret was condemned to be pressed to death upon sharp rocks. She was executed on March 25, 1586. Pope Paul VI canonized Margaret in 1970.

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