Any boy or girl who is in grade 3 to 12th, and who would like to become an altar server, is asked to fill out the form below and return it to me before Friday, February 8th .Read More
Winter is to nature, what spirituality is to the Christian. In winter all life in nature goes dormant, so that during this period of rest nature can renew itself in preparation for spring. Without winter there cannot be any spring. If my fig trees were not allowed to go dormant and rest, they could never produce their delicious figs in the summer.Read More
I am making one last appeal on behalf of the diocesan campaign, “Grateful for God’s Providence.” As of today we have raised a little over 250,00 toward our goal of $485, 951. So many poor inner city parishes have already made their goal, and in some cases gone over their goal.Read More
It was a happy reunion at our recent Christmas Mass as many former students and their families returned to celebrate the season with us. In gratitude, we give pause at the humble arrival of Jesus in our world and lives.
To learn more about the program, visit our Autism & the Sacraments page >>Read More
Msgr. Iacovacci and myself want to thank you for your cards, gifts and good wishes at Christmas. Your thoughtfulness is very much appreciated.
I also want to say thank you for your generous response to this year’s giving tree, flower offerings, Christmas collection, and donations to the Helping Hands Ministry. Your support helped many people have a better Christmas, and made it possible to decorate our church for the season.Read More
Monday, December 24th - Christmas Eve
Mass, 5:00 PM in upper and lower church. Each Mass is proceeded by a Christmas Concert at 4:30 PM
Tuesday, December 25th - Christmas Day
12:00 AM Midnight Mass, 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM
Our Faith Formation Program presented our Christmas Pageant Monday afternoon. Grades 1 and 4 participated in the play, and were joined by grades 2,3 and 5 for Christmas music.
MERRY CHRISTMAS!Read More
What is the reason for our joy? I share the following words from Thomas Merton and Dr. Seuss. Perhaps this is why the church calls us to be happy and rejoice, during this time of expectation, darkness, cold and weary hearts. Rejoice, for the Lord is near.Read More