No 9 am Mass due to First Holy Communion Mass at 10:30am
HERE I AM LORD: Please prayerfully consider joining the 2017 Mission Trip to work with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal in Honduras from July 22nd to July 29th. We gently evangelize or work construction projects far from distractions. Contact Tom McNally at email@example.com or Patti Dirito at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Every Sunday beginning January 8th in Kiernan Hall from 9:45AM to 10:30AM. We will begin with Exploring the Heart of the Catholic Faith and the Reality of God. Take time to learn more about the Catholic faith each Sunday morning between the 8:30AM and 11:00AM Masses. On Sunday mornings when the CCD classes are not meeting., there will be no Adult Faith Formation classes.
The Gospel of Saint Luke A 10-week Bible Study Program starting on January 18th from 7:15PM to 8:15PM. Classes will be held on Wednesdays. Saint Luke was the only Gentile Christian writer in the New Testament and a close friend of Saint Paul. He gives us a chronologically arranged account of Jesus’ life starting with the birth of John the Baptist and climaxing with the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus. …Keep Reading
Could you not watch one hour with Me? Jesus waits for us in the Blessed Sacrament. HE waits for our little Acts of Faith, adoration, love, thanksgiving, repentance, reparation and charity that we can offer Him as we contemplate –His Divine Majesty in the Blesses Sacrament. Weekly Guardians are always welcome Immediate needs are: Saturday 7 AM Sign up sheets can be found in the pamphlet rack or contact Chet…Keep Reading
This feast celebrates the dedications of two of the four major basilicas of Rome. Saint Peter’s Basilica was originally built in 323 by the emperor Constantine. The basilica was constructed over the tomb of Peter the Apostle, the Church’s first Pope. After standing for more than a thousand years, Pope Julius II ordered the building to be torn down due to structural concerns. The construction of the new church spanned…Keep Reading
On Nov. 17, the Catholic Church celebrates the life and example of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, a medieval noblewoman who responded to personal tragedy by embracing St. Francis’ ideals of poverty and service. A patron of secular Franciscans, she is especially beloved to Germans, as well as the faithful of her native Hungary. As the daughter of the Hungarian King Andrew II, Elizabeth had the responsibilities of royalty thrust upon…Keep Reading
On Nov. 16, the Catholic Church celebrates the memory of a distinguished medieval nun and writer in the Benedictine monastic tradition, Saint Gertrude of Helfta, better known as “St. Gertrude the Great.” One of the most esteemed woman saints of the Christian West, she was a notable early devotee of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. “She was an exceptional woman, endowed with special natural talents and extraordinary gifts of grace,…Keep Reading
St. Albert the Great is a Doctor of the Church and the patron saint of scientists. The native German joined the newly formed Order of Preachers (Dominicans) in the early 13th century. He earned a doctorate from the University of Paris and taught theology there and in Cologne, Germany. Albert became known as “Great” because of his intellectual abilities; he was a respected philosopher, scientist, theologian and teacher, and…Keep Reading
John Licci is one of the longest living holy men of the Church. His 111 years on this earth in a small town near Palermo, Sicily, were filled with many miracles. His mother died during childbirth, and his father was a poor peasant who had to work the fields, and so was forced to leave John alone as an infant. One day, a neighbor took the crying baby to her home to…Keep Reading