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Taped Weekend Mass on our Facebook page:
Masses are held in the main Church:
7:30, 9:30, and 11:30 AM & 5:00 PM
8:30 AM & Vigil: 4:00 PM
Weekdays: 8:30 AM & 12:00 Noon
No Confession or Mass on Thursday
TUESDAY EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
will be postponed for the remainder of 2020.
Additional Masses or services will be announced in our weekly events.
Bingo is held in the Msgr. Donovan Center in McNulty Hall
No Bingo until further notice
M, T, W, & F 11:15 AM-11:45 AM
No confessions heard on Thursday
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Coronavirus Mass Dispensation from Bishop Scharfenberger here.
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Our Lady of Fatima home visitation program. We are excited to share with you a new initiative to bring Our Lady of Fatima into your home! More info here.
Fr. Matt's Message This Week
Every year, close to the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul on January 25, and before the feast of the Chair of St. Peter on February 22, the cause of Church unity is commended to Christians everywhere. Sadly,
Protestants, Orthodox, and Catholics have settled to a status quo of separation. When baptized people become Catholic, we speak of them as being received into “full communion.” That means we already share a communion in faith in many ways, including the Word of God. Many Protestant denominations have received and revised the three year cycle of readings first arranged by Catholics in the early 1970s. Therefore, many of your neighbors who are not Catholic are celebrating and reflecting on the same readings we are savoring on most Sundays of the year. This makes for a new spirit of cooperation among preachers of the gospel, and gives hope that the cause of reunion, desired by Christ, has great vitality at the table of God’s Word, and will one day lead to unity at the table of the Lord’s Body and Blood.
Prayers & Blessings!