Ministries

Thanksgiving Baskets

Please join the parishioners from our Family of Four Parishes as we strive to make Thanksgiving a time of joy for the families in our neighborhoods. We will be filling bags in the hopes of serving over 400 families this year. Bags and shopping lists will be distributed the weekends of October 29-30 and November 5-6. Simply take the bag and shopping…

Little Way Outreach Encounter

A few months ago, after visiting one of our shut-ins who I haven’t seen in over a year, my heart was filled with many emotions. I went to the nearest adoration chapel, turning everything over to our Lord. He enlightened my heart profoundly, helping me see the beauty in these simple visits. I have always had a great devotion to St. Theresa…

Choir Needs You

Attention all Musicians! Choir will be starting soon and we need YOU to join us! Here’s what you need to know: Ԓ It’s good if you can SING IN TUNE; you do NOT need to be able to read music. Ԓ It’s important for you to be able to sing most weekends, at a rotating mass schedule. We DO understand that you…

A Year of Mercy

On April 11, Pope Francis announced that the coming year would be a year of mercy. The year officially begins on December 8, 2015 (the Feast of the Immaculate Conception) and ends on November 20, 2016 (the Feast of Christ the King). In recognition of this wonderful occasion, we as a family of parishes will be highlighting the spiritual and corporal works…

Veterans Ministry

As we near Veterans Day on November 11, our family of four parishes Veterans Ministry has several opportunities in which to offer support to our veterans. “Welcome Home, the Journey Continues” Poetry, songs and stories by Iraqi and Vietnam veterans. Please join us on Sunday, November 8, at 6:00pm in Memorial Hall of the War Memorial, 750 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr. Sponsored…

Join the Parish Choir

  Psalm 150 proclaims ‘…everything that has breath give praise to the Lord!’ The choir supports and enhances the singing of the assembly. Music can inspire people to change, to forgive, to live a joyful life, to love more and to pray better.  It expresses things that we are unable to express in words alone. Our parish choir will start rehearsals again…