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Listen to the audio version of Fr. De Celles’ homily for the Solemnity of All Saints, November 1, 2018 here.
The 2018 Pictorial Directories are IN!
Stop by the parish office to pick up your copy if you missed pick up this past Sunday.
A free complimentary copy is reserved for all parishioners who participated in the photo directory.
Additional copies are available for purchase at $8.60
Listen to the audio version of Fr. De Celles’ homily for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, September 9, 2018 here.
We will be distributing our Pictorial Directories after Masses the weekend of 22-23 September. If you would like to volunteer, please sign up by clicking here.
HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15th
ALL MASSES IN THE PARISH HALL**
SOLEMNITY OF THE ASSUMPTION
TUESDAY NIGHT VIGIL
6:30am, 8:00am, 12noon,
5pm (additional Mass due to Construction)
**Please note all Masses will be in the Parish Hall
(MAIN access from the Parkway Side of the Parking Lot)
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT is still ongoing.
For theses Masses ONLY – The Groveland Drive Entrance will be open.
Follow the Caution Tape and Signs to the Basement.
Note: This entrance will NOT be handicap accessible – there are stairs!
Statement from Bishop Burbidge on the First Anniversary of
the Violent March on Charlottesville
August 10, 2018
“As we mark the first anniversary of the violence that took place in Charlottesville on August 12, 2017, in solidarity with Bishop Barry Knestout of the Diocese of Richmond, I call upon all Catholics and people of good will to pray for peace in our nation, and for an end to the division that is caused by racism and prejudice. We must shine a light on injustice, be advocates for those who are victims of discrimination, and continue to affirm the dignity of every human person as we are all created in the image and likeness of God.
We pray to our Lady, Queen and Peace, for unity and harmony in our communities, in our nation, and our world, recalling that it is only through her Son, Jesus Christ, that true healing and peace are ours.”