Mass Times

Daily Masses (Monday, Thursday & Friday)

9:00 am

No Mass Tuesday

Daily Mass (Wednesday)

12:15 pm

Weekend Masses

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 pm
Sunday Liturgies: 8:30 am, 10:00 am, Spanish 11:30 pm

Holy Day Liturgies

12:15 Noon & 7:00 pm

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Every Friday 9:30 am -12:00 pm

Faith Formation Classes

K-5th Sunday 9:45 – 11:15 am
6th – 8th Wednesday 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Office Hours 9:00-1:30 pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Closed Tuesday

Spiritual Opportunities

Are you looking for something different to do for this Lenten Season? If you are, we have several ideas for you. First: Announcement for Lenten Challenge Lent is coming up…

The Gospel of today continues the Sermon on the Plain. The challenge is to love differently from what is the normal way of loving. The world invites people to love…

Signup sheets for the Saint Patrick’s Day dinner are in Rosary Hall. Please sign up if you plan to attend. We need a head count. Traditional corned beef and cabbage…

In Lk 6:12-16, Jesus spent a full night in prayer and then called twelve men from among his disciples, whom he called ‘apostles’, the sent ones. Luke will use the…

Today’s Gospel follows the experience of Jesus in Nazareth that we read the past two Sundays. There he was first admired but later on rejected by his people (Lk 4:16-30)….

10/27/2019 Two selections from the two different chapters have been put together in today’s Gospel. The first is from the introduction to the entire Gospel (Lk 1:1-4) where Luke says…

01/20/2019 Last Sunday we read the Baptism of Jesus. Jesus has began his public ministry and will start teaching very soon. According to the tradition he is about thirty years…

Second Collections are planned for the following weekend masses: Priests’ Retirement & Benefits* February 17, 2019 – Diocesan *Priest’ Retirement & Benefits is an assessment by the Diocese. OLR schedules…

01/13/2019 Today’s Gospel is about the baptism of Jesus. Luke does not describe how the baptism actually happened. He does not even say who baptized Jesus. What Luke brings out…

01/06/2019 The Gospel of Matthew that we read today allows us to see another interpretation of the meaning of the birth of Jesus for his own people and the rest…