News & Arrangements

We pray for the repose of the soul of Fr. Richard Somers
& for the sole of our fellow parishioner, Liz Donahue.

Arrangements for Fr. Somers at St. Richard Church
Reception of the body -- Friday, October 21st @ 4:00 pm
Visitation will continue through 7:00 pm on Friday
Wake Service will be @ 7:00 Friday evening
Funeral Mass will be @ 11:00 am Saturday, October 22nd 

Arrangements for Liz at Parkway Funeral Home
Visitation will be Sunday, October 23rd @ 1:00-3:00 pm
Funeral Service will be Sunday @ 3:00 pm

Ministry Fair -- October 22/23         
Ministry Retreat & Training -- October 30th
Click here to view the Ministries Booklet 

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Mass Times

October 17-23, 2016

Monday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass
Tuesday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass
Wednesday @ 6:00 pm -- Daily Mass
Thursday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass
Friday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass
Saturday @ 5:30 pm
Sunday @ 8:00 am & 10:30 am

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Religious Ed & Youth

Parent Handbook now online

2016-2017 Religious Ed Schedule

We encourage all parents to take a look at the new parent handbook and refer back to it if you have questions.
Parent Handbook

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Fr. Gerry's Homily

October Homilies

October 16, 2016.mp3  Today, we focus on prayer in light of the Gospel LK 12:13-21.  The parable in the Gospel is not so much about justice, but rather about persistence. Jesus' objective was that His people will have Faith. Prayer is relationship with Him. It's not just saying prayers and novenas, etc. It is about being in communion with God. Learning in Him. He has our best interest at heart. He is a loving Father. What does my prayer time look like? Be persistent. Keep enduring. If you're not getting what you're looking for, look for something else that He may be wanting to give you which is much more valuable.

This Sunday's Readings (Oct 16) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Oct 23) text version and audio version

October 9, 2016.mp3  This week, Fr. Gerry helps us better understand the Gospel Luke 17:11-19. What is it like to be put on the parameter, to be ostracized? The lepers were considered unclean and others were fearful to be near them. But, they had faith and they approached Jesus for Healing.  How do I become grateful like the one leper? It's all gift. God sometimes brings redemption in sickness & suffering. But, all comes together through Him. How grateful am I? Will people know that in my life? Proverb: Gratitude is the heart's memory. (We apologize that this week's audio is a little muffled and unclear at times.)

This Sunday's Readings (Oct 9) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Oct 16) text version and audio version

October 2, 2016.mp3
This Sunday's Readings (Oct 2) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Oct 9) text version and audio version

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