MONDAY & TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER 21 & 22, 2020
Horseshoe K Ranch – Kimball, SD
Only in South Dakota will you find the Bishop trading in his traditional black for blaze orange to enjoy this great South Dakotan pastime alongside priests from our diocese. Throughout the years, and all the hits and misses, we continue this great South Dakota tradition taking to the fields again September 21st and 22nd at Horseshoe K Ranch.
At this time we are planning our event, however, we continue to monitor and adhere to the advice of medical and government officials. Be assured that adjustments will be made to ensure the safety of all involved.
Please check back or call 605.988.3765 for the latest updates and information.
Schedule of Events
Monday, September 21, 2020
- 8:00 am – Registration Begins
- 8-9:30 – Trap Shoot Warm-up & Gun Safety Check
- 8-9:00 – Breakfast Buffet (Main Lodge)
- 9:45 – Mass (Main Lodge)
- 10:30 – Orientation & Safety Talk (MANDATORY)
- 10:30 – Non-Hunters Gathering
- 11:00 – Hunters and Non-Hunters Depart
- 1:30 pm – Lunch in the Field
- 4:30 – Hunt and Non-Hunters Activities Conclude
- 4:30 – Social
- 5:30 – Banquet and Program
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
- 7:30 am Registration Begins
- 8:00 Mass (Main Lodge)
- 8:45-9:45 Breakfast Buffet
- 8:45-9:45 Trap Shoot Warm-up & Gun Safety Check
- 9:45 Orientation & Safety Talk (MANDATORY)
- 10:00 Hunters Depart
- 1:00 pm Lunch in the Field
- 3-4:00 Hunt Activities Conclude
(Lodging provided on-site and is included in hunter fee.)
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All proceeds help support our Newman Center Campus Ministry.
About Catholic Campus Ministry:
Eighty percent of Catholics leave the faith between the ages of 18-24. The decisions made during their university years will impact the rest of one’s life. Strong Catholic Campus Ministry forms the leaders of tomorrow in society and our Church – from strong husbands and wives to priests and religious.
What’s going on at all Newman Centers across our diocese:
- Average of 130+ students attending daily Mass
- Over 700 students attending Sunday Mass
- Over 90 weekly Bible studies held on campus with approximately 425 students attending
- Over the past 5 years, 17 men have entered seminary, and 6 women have entered religious life
- Services Newman Centers provide: daily Mass and Confession, Bible studies, retreat opportunities, service projects, mission trips, marriage prep, RCIA, counseling services
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