The 45th annual March for Life is on January 19 in Washington, D.C.
“Life is the Loving, Empowering and Self-Sacrificial Option”
Come and be inspired by dynamic speakers and the sight of tens of thousands of like-minded individuals who have traveled from across the country. Please bring your family to give witness to Our Lord and reject the culture of death that is so prevalent in our society.
Buses leave after 10:30am Mass
Buses return between 4:30 and 5pm.
Join us in the parish hall for a
warm Chili Dinner!
Support those that March for Life: Crock pot specialties, Mac & Cheese, rolls, cookies and fruit are all needed to support those who will visibly stand for life in D.C. on Friday, January 19th. We need at least 25 crock pots of chili to feed the 4 busloads of parishioners attending the event. Kitchen helpers are needed too! Please sign up via Signup Genius by clicking here or contact Sheri Burns at email@example.com to let her know how you can help.
Go to Ministries and Groups and click on Lectors.
Remember, this weekend we are obliged to go to Mass for both Sunday (the 4th Sunday of Advent) and Christmas: that means two Masses.
Lessons and Carols are scheduled for Sunday, December 10th, at 7:00 PM with a reception to follow. For more information go to the link at the top of this website entitled “Lessons and Carols”.
(Snow Date: Sunday, December 17th, at 7:00 PM)
To view our Advent schedule, click on “Worship Schedule”.
Please note there will be no confessions this Saturday, December 2nd.
We have a modified Daily Mass schedule today through December 5th. Morning Masses for Monday/Wednesday/Friday celebrated at 8 am and Tuesday/Thursday at 6:30 am.
Wednesday, November 1st is a Holy Day of Obligation. There will be a Vigil Mass on Tuesday at 7pm. Wednesday Masses will be at 6:30am, 8am, 10am, Noon and 7pm. There will be no confessions nor adoration on Wednesday, November 1st and parish offices will be closed.
To view the August Lector Schedule go to Ministries and Groups and click on Lectors.