Special Announcements

The Mass and All Things Catholic Series

Presented by Father Dan Millisor
Tuesdays, starting January 10, 2017 in the Parish Life Center (6:30 – 8:30 pm)
Format: 6:30 pm Meal (freewill offering)
7:00 pm Presentation
8:00 pm Table Talk

Registration Form (closed)

1. Jan. 10 Introduction -  Where it all began: Jesus, God’s Revelation

2. Jan. 17 More Introduction - The nature of faith & the Holy Spirit

3. Jan. 24 And still more introduction – The Sacramental Life: baptism, confirmation and Eucharist

4. Jan. 31 Further introduction – The nature of prayer: personal and communal prayer

5. Feb. 7 Final introduction – The roots of the Mass in the Old and New Testament

6. Feb. 14 Gather the People! Biblical ecclesiology, structure of the Church & sacraments of vocation – marriage & holy orders

7. Feb. 21 Gather the People! Sin & Grace, the nature of God’s mercy & sacraments of forgiveness and healing – Eucharist, reconciliation and anointing

8. Feb. 28 Tell the Story! Origins of the Christian scriptural canon & the nature of evangelization

9. Mar. 7 Tell the Story! The creed: the origins of the “what” of our faith

10. Mar. 14 Share the Meal! The journey of the Church, eschatology & Mary and the Saints

11. Mar. 21 Share the Meal! The mystical union of Christ and the Church, the nature of conversion & how we are equipped

12. Mar. 28 Sent Forth! The life of virtue, moral vision and authentic love – building the Kingdom!

13. Apr. 4 Sent Forth! Commissioned for What? Living the vision and realities of discipleship & transforming the culture


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Mass Schedule

Saturday: 5:00 p.m.

Sunday: 8:00, 9:30, 12:00 noon
Daily Mass: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.
Holydays: Vigil 7:00 p.m., 8:30 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
First Fridays: 8:30 a.m.

CONFESSIONS: Saturdays: 4:00-4:30 p.m., Anytime by appointment
Morning Lauds: Weekdays, 7:00 a.m. - Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament
Rosary: Monday-Saturday 8:00 a.m. (before Mass)
OLPH Novena: Every Wed. after the 8:30 a.m. Mass  

Psalm 63:2-4
A Soul Thirsting for God

O God, you are my God, for you I long;
for you my soul is thirsting.
My body pines for you like a dry, weary land without water.
So I gaze on you in the sanctuary to see your strength and your glory.

For your love is better than life, my lips will speak your praise.
So I will bless you all my life, in your name I will lift up my hands.
My soul shall be filled as with a banquet, my mouth shall praise you with joy.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit.
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be at the end of all the ages.



We are blessed that you have chosen to join with us, as we have with you, in your faith journey – as together we live out our parish vision to form and send intentional, missionary disciples.  Our mission, informed by this vision, is nothing short of the Great Commandment to: Love God, Love Others; and to fulfill the Great Commission: Make Disciples.

We invite you, no matter where you are on your journey of discipleship, to immerse yourself in these five commitments:

Worshipping – as we desire to in all things and all ways be centered in Christ, each of us participate consciously and actively in the worship and prayer life of the community, especially the weekly Eucharist, as well as personal prayer and the full sacramental life of the Church.

Growing – as we seek always to be equipped well for discipleship, each of us are committed to a lifelong journey of human and spiritual growth, to be formed in our faith during each season of our lives.

Serving – as our faith compels us to the mission of evangelization (the Great Commission to “go, make, teach, baptize), each of us serve the mission of the Church in some concrete, meaningful way, especially caring for the poor and marginalized.

Giving – as our Catholic tradition invites us into a lifestyle of stewardship, each of us are “intentional givers” – sacrificially and proportionally sharing our time, talent and treasure.

Connecting – as discipleship is lived in relationship, each of us is engaged in the parish family through some small group commitment, where holy encounter with Jesus and with others is lived, cherished, and a source of encouragement.

These five commitments of an intentional, missionary disciple appear as a challenge to each of us in our parish family, as they in a sense form the expectations of parish membership.  They also appear as the focus of our energy as a parish staff, since attention to these areas are how we work as ministers to help form every member of our family in discipleship.

Our parish staff is both talented and dedicated, and fully committed to walking with you on your faith journey.  I invite you to call our office to schedule a brief meeting with myself or one of our pastoral ministers, so that we can get to know you and your family, and learn how we can help you on your road to discipleship.

 Love, Fr. Dan

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