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Wednesday: 5:00pm - 6:00pm in the Church
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1st Monday: 6:00pm Padre Pio Mass
1st Wednesday: 7:00pm Divine Mercy Mass
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A Message from Fr. Mike - Jun 30
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FROM THE PASTOR
Independence Day07-03-2022Fr. Michael Straley
I don’t need to remind you that Monday is the Fourth of July, our Independence Day. Yes, it is a day to celebrate and be joyful. It is also a day to be very thankful for what we have received from our ancestors and from our God. It is definitely not a time to take our life for granted.
Like many of our ancestors, we are in a difficult time, and it is a time to focus on what is important. It is not a time to give up hope. Our country has been through worse times than these. It was the people of those times who brought us through them. Now it is our turn.READ MORE
Our certified Ministers of Care bring the Holy Eucharist to hospitals, nursing homes, group and living centers, rehab facilities and private homes. We also support the Sacrament of anointing of the Sick, and arranging for pastoral visits for Reconciliation.
An Apostolic Exhortation on the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist
In new Apostolic Letter, Bishop Olmsted calls upon priests and laity to embrace a deeper love for and understanding of the Eucharist as the source and summit of the Catholic Faith.