Sacrament of Confirmation for Adults… if there are any adults in our parish who wish to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Spring, please contact Fr. Joe as soon as possible at 875-8102.
Congratulations to A.J. Jurado (HS), Gianna Giambrone (HS), Sophia Nieves (SM), Tessa Wolf (HS), and Jaelle Mortellaro (HS)
who celebrated Reconciliation
No religious education classes or events until further notice, due to the corona virus precautions mandated by the state, county, and diocese.
Our Confirmation Class is still collecting items for their service project “CASES FOR KIDS” Their goal is to prepare 16 suitcases/small duffle bags for kids going into foster care with such items as: socks, blankets, books, coloring books, journals/pens, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorants, brush/ comb, shampoo, soap, etc.
If you are able to help with providing suitcases or small duffle bags or any of the items used to fill the cases please place items in baskets
at the Church doors.
You may drop items off at church during the time that the church
is open for prayer.
Thank you for your support.
Our RCIA process will begin again Sunday, September 17th.
If you - or someone you know - is seeking to become a member of
our Church please contact Fr. Joe at 875-8102
This process is designed to WELCOME adults who are :
1) interested in becoming a Catholic; or
2) are Baptized Catholics wishing to complete their initiation process by receiving the sacraments of Confirmation and/or Eucharist.
Classes are held on Sunday in the Parish Hall and led by volunteers who are eager and very willing to guide those wishing to receive their unfinished Sacraments or who want to join the Catholic Faith.
All are Welcome.
We have today another quote from Pope Francis for
the Year of Mercy:
“However dark things are, goodness always re-emerges and spreads.
Each day in our world beauty is born anew; it rises
transformed through the storms of history.
Values always tend to reappear under new guises and human beings
have arisen time after time from situations that seemed doomed.
Such is the power of the Resurrection, and all who evangelize
are instruments of that power.”