Welcome to Our Parish
Rev. Dennis R. Weezorak
Rev. Louis F. Stingel
Weekly Mass Schedule
Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am, NOON
Monday: Mass Association 7:00pm
Tuesday - Thursday 8:00am
Friday: Communion Service: 8:00am
Rosary recited following each weekday Mass
Reconciliation: Saturday 3 - 3:30 pm
Novena to Our Lady - Before Monday evening Mass
2016 Daily and Weekend Mass Book
The Mass book for next year will be opening on Thursday, July 9, at 9 a.m. The 2016 Mass Association book and 2016 book for the Lamps and Wine/Hosts will open later this year (usually the end of November / beginning of December).
As the weather gets humid and hot, please visit or call your elderly neighbors, especially those who are homebound or living alone. Perhaps you can do a bit of shopping for them or get the newspaper or just visit for a few minutes. God will certainly bless you for your goodness!
~ Appropriate Dress ~
With the arrival of summer, please be reminded of the need to dress appropriately for Mass. Be respectful of the fact that you are in the presence of the Sacred and dress accordingly. Ask yourself if what you are wearing is something that you
would wear to work; if not, it probably isn’t appropriate for church, either.
Make Giving Part of Your Summer Plan
The month of June has arrived and flowers are blooming and trees are budding. Christian stewards are reminding themselves that stewardship continues as we head into the days of vacation, barbecues, summer reading lists, family reunions and trips to the beach.
We should not forget our parish when we go away on vacation. As you can understand, our parish expenses and obligations do not take a vacation in the summer. Many of you know how expensive it is to air condition your home during the summer – imagine what it costs to air condition our church. Consider how much it costs to maintain your home and property, and then imagine having to maintain the buildings and property grounds the size of our parish – you get the picture!
You may have noticed that with the nicer weather lately, our weekly collections have already begun to drop considerably. It would be very helpful to be able to rely on your continued support even on weekends when you are away. Please consider increasing your offering to make up for those weekends when you are out of town and cannot attend Mass at your home parish. Thank you.
We welcome anyone who has moved into the parish or who has been inactive.
Please call or visit the rectory during office hours. You may print and fill out this Census Form before your visit to the rectory office.