Hard to believe it has been 9 years already. Thank you for all that you have done in that time. There are just too many great things that have been accomplished to list them all. One of the major accomplishments has been the Church beautification! What a great place to worship and celebrate. The grounds … Continued
A domestic church begins with the Sacrament of Matrimony – man and woman become husband and wife. Pope John Paul II spoke of a Catholic couple’s call to holiness within that sacrament when he said, “Marriage is an act of will that signifies and involves a mutual gift, which unites the spouses and binds them … Continued
The Catholic presence stretches around the globe, and approximately 1.3 billion belong to the big Church, the Body of Christ. In many cases they are also living in one of the countless little “domestic churches” all throughout the world. But what actually constitutes a “domestic church?” Let’s take a quick look at the beginning of … Continued
We are an Easter people. The joy of Easter is celebrated not only during the liturgical season we call Easter. It is celebrated every day of the year. The Mass is the Paschal Mystery, and every time it is celebrated, we participate in the sacrifice, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. As St. … Continued
Deacon Hoying is with us through Lent as he prepares for his Ordination this year. This past Sunday Deacon Hoying in his homily talked about the Sacrament of Reconciliation and its importance in our Lenten Preparation.
The celebration of Easter and everyone gathering as community is at the heart of who we are as Catholics. We look forward to seeing everyone at our Easter Masses, Reconciliation and Devotions. Sunday, April 10 – Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord Mass 9:00 a.m. & 11:30 a.m. The Sacred Paschal Triduum Thursday, … Continued
Father McCarthy wants us to be focused on what is most important in our lives, what will bring us the most joy and reward – our relationship with the Lord. Click the link to listen to his homily.
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Fr McCarthy in his Sunday homily reminds us Lent is our time to focus our attention on Christ’s teachings and our faith and become the best disciples of our faith.
Even though we know our new Pastor for our Parish Family is Fr. Jim Wedig, and our Associates are Fr. Rey Taylor and Fr. Bryan Reif, there are still many unanswered questions and we will continue to update you as we know more details. You may recall a few months ago, Fr. McCarthy hosted a … Continued