Negative! Negative! Negative! “The kids are doing this. The adults are doing that. This is what is going on in our world, and it is wrong. This is why our country is going to hell in a hand basket. And Catholics are joining in, or not doing enough about it.” Negative! Negative! Negative! This is […]
Anyone who enjoys singing or playing a musical instrument is encouraged to volunteer in the music ministry of the parish. You might choose to join the choir or take the role of song leader or musician. You might also consider asking someone to participate in this ministry! Please contact Carol using the Choir Contact Form on the right.
Youth Choir sings at the 10:45 Mass on the second Sunday of each month. Any youth grade 3 and up may join us. We meet at 6:00 in the music room on the Wednesday before we sing on Sunday. Please join us!
Adult Choir sings twice a month, once at the 10:45 Mass and once at the 8:15 Mass. We usually practice the Wednesday before we sing at 7:00 in the music room.
Musicians are volunteers who accomplished in their skills to play either piano, organ or other instrument. If you play an instrument and are interested in sharing your talent to enhance our liturgy, please contact Carol using the Choir Contact Form on the right.
This week on Tuesday we’ll celebrate a very special feast in the Church—Our Lady of Guadalupe. In 1531 the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to now Saint Juan Diego with a message for the people. Here is part of what she said: “My dear little son, I love you. I desire you to know who I […]
Friday, December 8th, the Immaculate Conception, is a Holy Day of Obligation. We will have Mass on: Thursday, December 7th at 6:30 PM Friday, December 8th at 9:00 AM
Can you believe it, Advent is almost here? Next Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. This holy season begins the new liturgical year. I have four considerations for you and me for the new year. First, consider stopping in the church for Adoration with some fixed regularity. The schedule is in the vestibule and […]
Every few years someone makes a dire prediction that the world is coming to an end on a specific date. Each prediction is vehement, expressed with certainty, and wrong (so far). Perhaps time will not end before we die, but when we die, our own personal time comes to an end. We spend the month […]
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