Listen to the 2nd Talk of Fr. Pollard’s Series – Meditations on the “Anima Christi” from Thursday, March 9, 2017, here. Topic: Blood of Christ, inebriate me. Water from the side of Christ, wash me.
Listen to the 1st Talk of Fr. Pollard’s Series – Meditations on the “Anima Christi” from Thursday, March 2, 2017, here.
Please note: Modified Weekday Mass Schedule February 6- 24- morning Masses: Monday, Wednesday and Friday celebrations at 8 AM; Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 AM. Additionally, evening Weekday Masses are Wednesdays 7 PM and Friday Feb 17 EFM (LatinMass) at 7 PM.
Dec 24- Christmas Eve Children’s Masses (Last names beginning M-Z) 4 PM and (Last names beginning with A-L) 6 PM. Additional Christmas Eve Masses- 8 PM and Midnight Mass beginning with Christmas Carol Music beginning at 11:30 PM Dec 25- Masses at 8:45 AM, 10:30 AM and 12:15 PM Please note: there is no 7 am or 5 pm Masses on Sunday, December 25th.
Click here to listen to the second talk in Fr. De Celles’ 2016 Advent Series: “Hard Questions about Grace” – The effect of sin on grace; inequalities of grace; grace and merit, freedom, and predestination.”
Click here to listen the first talk in Fr. De Celles’ 2016 Advent series. The topic of this year’s series is “Grace: God’s Gift at Christmas and Throughout the Year.” The first talk, given Thursday, December 1, 2016 covered: “Grace: God’s Action and Our Response.” There will be no talk next week, due to the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, which is a Holy Day of Obligation. Please join us for the final talk in Fr. De Celles Advent Series, “Hard Questions about Grace,” on Thursday, December 15th.
The December Lector Schedule is now available! Go to Ministries and Groups and click on Lectors.
Please join us for one of our other Masses on weekends: Saturday Vigil Mass at 5 PM Sunday Masses at 7 AM, 8:45 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:15 PM and 5 PM
The upcoming election is quickly approaching. Please join us in this Novena beginning October 30th! Go to the link at the top of this website for more details! The prayer will be in the form of a novena — nine consecutive days of prayer — and will run from Oct. 30 to the eve of the election on Nov. 7. The prayer is addressed to the Holy Trinity through the intercession of Mary, the Mother of Jesus, under her title of the Immaculate Conception. Individuals, families, councils and parishes are all invited to participate. “The Church teaches that Catholics are … Continue reading
Masses will be 10/31- Vigil Mass at 7 PM November 1st- 6:30 AM, 8 AM, Noon and 7 PM. Parish Offices will be closed.