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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
What would you say is the oldest, most frequently sung, most translated, most memorized, most beloved song text in the Christian world today? An astute and surprising answer might be the Gloria, “Glory to God in
the Highest.” Soon the Lenten fast will begin, and the Gloria, sung at the beginning of Sunday Mass, will be silenced. It is an heirloom from a treasury of hymns spun from the songs of praise on the lips of Mary, Elizabeth, and Zachary. We move in the prayer from the song of the angels at the first Christmas, to the praise of God, and to a final plea to Christ to continue and complete his work in us. For nearly 1500 years, the singing of the Gloria has been a sign of the festive quality of a particular Mass. From the beginning it was a song of the people, not of the choir or clergy. These last few Sundays of winter Ordinary Time allow us a chance to savor the hymn and give ourselves over to the chorus. How is the song of praise arising from your pew? If you claim the song as yours, its absence from Lent will be more striking, and its return at Easter will cheer your heart.
Prayers & Blessings!