Vox Clara (Children’s Choir) is for ages 8-14. We will have a one day workshop Wednesday August 19th from 8:30-3:00pm. Anyone wanting to join the choir should attend. Please use the form below to sign up!

                          Vox Clara Workshop 2015


Altar Server Bootcamp is coming up August 11-12th use the link below to register!

                           Altar Server Bootcamp 2015


Fall Faith Formation Season 2015-2016

Registration is now OPEN!

FF Registration 15-16

Registration Form Sac Prep 15-16

Registration Form Confirmation 15-16


New Mass Times
our weekend Mass schedule is:
Saturday Vigil – 5:00pm
Sunday – 8:30am and 11:00am

     The new summer office hours will be as follows:
Monday – Thursday: 9:30am -12:30pm, 1pm – 5pm
Friday- Sunday: Closed


The light is one for you

  A general informational brochure, available at the link below, explains the meaning and purpose of the sacrament with an examination of conscience and other “how to” information.
Confession Guide

For more information about “The Light Is On For You” program, go to:









On November 30, the First Sunday of Advent, Pope Francis inaugurated a Year for Consecrated Life.  It will close on the World Day of Consecrated Life, February 2, 2016.  There are three primary purposes for this Year:    

     1.  renewal for men and women in consecrated life;
     2.  thanksgiving among the faithful for the service of sisters, brothers, priests,
          and nuns
     3.  invitation to young Catholics to consider a religious vocation.Schedule of speakers


An Ignatian Path to Christ

All parishioners are invited to participate in the Forty Weeks program beginning November 30.  This program has three goals:  1) to teach individuals to look at the movements toward and away from God in their lives so as to turn all over to Christ and find healing where necessary;  2) to build a daily, personal relationship with Jesus Christ; and 3) to learn how to discern the two different spiritual inspirations (good and evil) that are constantly working beneath our conscious awareness.


Natural Family Planning

Christ and His Church call us to holiness in our everyday lives and in and through our vocations.  In the Sacrament of Marriage, a particular kind of conjugal chastity is demanded by the nature of love and God’s order of Creation. In marriage, the two have become one and are called to continually make that gift of self-donation to the other as they strive to build up one another in faith and love.  The two, in imitating the Trinity by their union and love, also share with the Trinity in the great work of co-creation.  Part of this, of course, is the bearing and raising of children.  Marriage in many ways is oriented towards children, which are always a great good. 

The couple must remember God’s dominion over Creation as they remain open to life, and must not cut these off through contraception and sterilization.  While these are illicit, the Church does allow spouses, with prayer and discernment, to plan their families in a natural way. 

The NFP Apostolate Coordinator, can be reached at with questions or inquiries.





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