Welcome back to Mass!
The dispensation is lifting and the general obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation is to be reinstated on December 8, 2021, the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. To hear Archbishop Etienne’s full invitation back to Mass and to learn more, click HERE.
Pastoral Assistant for Administration
For Daily Advent Reflections, taken from Matthew Kelly’s new book, Life Is Messy, visit the Dynamic Catholic Website and sign up at the bottom of the page.
Note to Online Givers: You must go online and correct your online giving amount according to what you pledge. The parish staff cannot do that for you.
“We are called to listen, advocate, believe, include, and most importantly, pray. We are called to provide a safe place.”Mental Health Literacy Guide,
published by the National Catholic Partnership on Disability
Our parish community is part of the mystical body of Jesus Christ – united with Christ by the powerful bonds of a shared unity in faith, hope and love – whose visible head on earth is Pope Francis I. As a community of believers we strive to grow in that fidelity, hope and love, daily strengthened by the Sacraments given by Christ to the Church for that purpose – particularly at the Holy Mass. We try to encourage each other in this life – which is a journey with eternal happiness with God in Heaven as its true goal – by prayer, including Eucharist adoration, kindness, good mutual example and also practical assistance.