Announcements

Prepare for Lent

  • Ash Wednesday March 1st
  • Mass @ 7:30 am & 6 pm
  • Big Deal meatless meal after 6 pm Mass
  • Stations of the Cross Fridays @ 6 pm

Small Group Lenten study book recommendation:  
     Signs and Wonders Encountering Jesus of Nazareth 
     Order from Word Among Us & see an excerpt. 

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Mass Times

February 27-March 5, 2017

Monday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass
Tuesday @ 7:30 am  -- Daily Mass

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

(Adoration M,T, Th, F 8a-12; W 8-10a, 6:30-7:30p)

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Religious Ed & Youth

No Youth Group next Wednesday, March 1st

Join us for the Ash Wednesday meal immediately following the 6:00 pm service.


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February 2017 Homilies

February 19, 2017.mp3  Fr. Gerry continues the theme of following law and explores Jesus' challenge to love our enemies. (Matthew 5:38-48)  Jesus did it Himself. Retaliation is not the Christian way. The antidote to anger is love. What happens when I stand in the way of evil or in the way of those opposing me?  Rather than retaliate, try showing the way of love and find peace. 

This Sunday's Readings (Feb 19) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Feb 26) text version and audio version


February 12, 2017.mp3  Matthew 5:17-37 is instruction for achieving righteousness and reconciliation. Fr. Gerry asks everyone, "Why did you come here to Mass today?"  All the Readings for this Sunday are reflective of law. There are different stages of living with the law. But, ultimately the law is an invitation to relationship and love with God. It gives us freedom and we must make our choices.

This Sunday's Readings (Feb 12) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Feb 19) text version and audio version


February 5, 2017.mp3   Reflecting on today's Gospel Matthew 5:13-16,   Fr. Gerry explains how we can be salt and light in our very own community today. The purpose of our coming together as community in our Eucharistic Celebrations is to be renewed and strengthened by Him. Then, we go forth and put it into practice during the week. 

This Sunday's Readings (Feb 5) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Feb 12) text version and audio version

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