Confirmation will be taking place on Wednesday, November 29th, therefore, confessions will be heard until 5:00 p.m. and Holy Hour will be canceled. Please keep our confirmandi in your prayers. 

Adorers are Needed on Wednesdays

There is a new online system to sign-up for Wednesday Eucharistic Adoration created for those who are not able to commit to a regular hour every Wednesday. Please prayerfully consider offering one or more hours of Adoration before Our Lord each month at a time that is best for you. Note: If you are a regular scheduled Adorer, you do not need to sign up. Please continue to come at your set time. To schedule a time please go to the following website:

Vocations Crucifix Program

Vocations Crucifix The Vocations Crucifix program is a wonderful means of fostering prayer and devotion among our parish families, the seed beds of vocations. The Crucifix reminds each host family that they share in the responsibility to pray for and encourage vocations to the priesthood, diaconate, consecrated life and marriage. The purpose of the Vocations Crucifix is to provide a focal point of prayer for each family member to gather each evening and pray for their children's vocations. Please call the Parish Office to sign up and take the Crucifix home for a week.

Eternal rest grant unto them...

Jan McGann
3 Oct. 2017

James William Conrad
29 Mar. 1936 - 6 Oct. 2017

Dr. Joseph Charles Evers
15 Oct. 2017

Catherine "Kitty" Butler Mould
17 Oct. 2017

Frederick W. Baumgartner
22 Oct. 2017

Lillian Yamamoto
31 Oct. 2017

Russell J. "Bud" Strasser
25 Feb. 1933 - 5 Nov. 2017

In Testimonium...

When Nebuchadnezzar attempted to execute three Jewish boys whom he had renamed Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego by burning them to death "the three, as with one mouth, praised and glorified and blessed God in the furnace, saying:

"Blessed art thou, O Lord, God of our fathers, and to be praised and highly exalted for ever;
And blessed is thy glorious, holy name and to be highly praised and highly exalted for ever;
Blessed art thou in the temple of thy holy glory and to be extolled and highly glorified for ever.
Blessed art thou, who sittest upon cherubim and lookest upon the deeps, and to be praised and highly exalted for ever.
Blessed art thou upon the throne of thy kingdom and to be extolled and highly exalted for ever.
Blessed art thou in the firmament of heaven and to be sung and glorified for ever."

Daniel 3,28-34

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