Listening Sessions

January 15 & 16 following Mass

You will have the opportunity to comment about our parish, with the Pastor, Parish Staff and Pastoral Council. These listening sessions have been very helpful and insightful in the past years.

Parish Lenten Retreat

Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am
Face Masks are required for everyone (adults & minors) regardless of vaccination status.
The Sunday 10:00 am Mass is live-streamed on our Facebook page for the Homebound and Ill.

Helping Hands

If you need help
If you would like to help

We are a welcoming, active Catholic community

united by our faith, open to transformation,

growing spiritually and reaching out to love and to serve others

as Jesus taught us.

Brothers and sisters, do not be afraid to welcome Christ and accept his power. Help the Pope and all those who wish to serve Christ and with Christ's power to serve the human person and the whole of mankind. Do not be afraid. Open wide the doors for Christ.

Pope John Paul Ii
Pope St. John Paul II

New Here?

That's okay. We love visitors. Even if you're not Catholic.

We follow our Lord Jesus Christ. He's our joy, our life, our love, and He is everything to us. We invite you to come experience the joy and peace of knowing and following our Savior, who truly lives and reigns as our King and Prince of Peace.

Get Connected!

Essentially, being Catholic is a heavenly gift intended to allow us to become fully human, fully alive, fully invested with the beauty of our awesome God!

Message from the Bishop regarding vaccination.

Bishop's Encouragement to get COVID-19 Vaccine

2021-06-04 - 8th Grade Graduation

2021-06-03 - Baccalaureate Mass

Message from the Pope regarding vaccination.

Pope urges people to receive Covid-19 vaccine

Confirmation 09-25-2020

2021-05-22-First Communion