To Know Jesus and to Make Him Known

Mass Times

Sat
5:00pm (English)
Vigil Mass
Sun 7:00am (English)
*9:00am (Spanish)
*11:00am (English)
1:00pm (Spanish)
5:00pm (English)
7:00pm (Spanish)
*Live-streamed
Mon-Sat 8:00am

Confession Times

Tue4:00-5:00pm
Sat8:30-9:30am

How to go to ConfessionExamination of Conscience

Adoration

Mon - Thu9:00am-9:00pm
Fri9:00am-7:00pm

Daily Rosary
Mon - Fri8:30am
Sat7:15am

Please contact the Parish Office for more information.

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PASTOR LETTER

Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving

02-18-2024  |  Fr. David Halm, C.S.C.

Since the 10th century we Christians have begun our Lenten observance with the ancient Latin hymn Attende, Domine, et miserere, quia peccavimus tibi. (“Look down, O Lord, and have mercy, for we have sinned against You.”) I mentioned last Sunday that I do not believe Catholics are obsessed with sin, as many in society would claim about us. There are people who laugh at the phrase “Catholic guilt” and think our religion causes us to constantly feel guilty or ashamed. If you’ll pardon the old-fashioned response, what a bunch of poppycock!

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Get to know the JPII Center for Theology of the Body

Founded by Bishop emeritus Thomas J. Olmsted and Fr. Charlie Goraieb in 2006 to honor St. John Paul II and promote his “Masterwork,” the John Paul II Center for Theology of the Body exists to ignite the hearts of men and women with the good news of love, sex, marriage, and the body. Encounter the work of the JPII Center and find out how you can join and support this essential mission and ministry.