The Feast of the Assumption is this Saturday, August 15

We mentioned August the Catholic church remembers the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The Immaculate Heart of Mary is often pictured as being pierced by a sword, just as the Sacred Heart of Jesus is often pictured as being surrounded by a crown of thorns. In harkening back to the early life of Mary, we are … Continued

Manifesto of Faith by Cardinal Muller

Cardinal Muller, former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, wrote this manifesto in this difficult time of mixed messages regarding authenticity of our faith, The manifesto was turned into a small film, to provide people confirmation that their faith has not changed since the time of the Apostles.

Thank you Diana Reckner for your years of service

On December 31, 2019 Diana Reckner officially retired after 27 years of dedicated service as our parish secretary. Many parishioners and staff were present at the Holy Family breakfast to wish her well and to thank her personally for being a great asset to us all over these many years. Diana humbly expressed gratitude to … Continued

Mass+… this weekend December 15th and the next: Understand the Bible

Fr. McCarthy will present “Understanding the Bible – Part 1” Understanding the Bible can be difficult, but God wants us to comprehend and apply His Word to our lives. He gave us the Bible so we can grow in our relationship with Him. Join Father McCarthy as he talks more in-depth about how to understand … Continued

We are ready to help you with an array of parish services.

We are ready to help you with an array of parish services. Stop in for everything from selecting a new rosary to registering as a new parishioner to providing information on an upcoming event. The Hospitality Room is conveniently located just outside the church doors in Room 1 of the school hall. The Hospitality Room is now open more often … Continued

A message from Father McCarthy about recent events

As most of you have already heard in the news, the pastor of St. Ignatius was recently placed on administrative leave and will not be returning to St. Ignatius. Currently, an investigation is being done both by civil authorities and by the Archdiocese to uncover if there is any more information out there. The story broke as … Continued

Trinity Sunday and the traditions of the church

(Copied from www.catholicculture.org/culture/liturgicalyear/calendar/day.cfm?date=2019-06-16) The fundamental dogma, on which everything in Christianity is based, is that of the Blessed Trinity in whose name all Christians are baptized. The feast of the Blessed Trinity needs to be understood and celebrated as a prolongation of the mysteries of Christ and as the solemn expression of our faith in … Continued