WHILE UNABLE TO GATHER AS A FAITH COMMUNITY THROUGHOUT THIS HOLIEST OF WEEKS, LET US JOIN ONE ANOTHER FROM PALM SUNDAY THROUGH EASTER – THE FEAST OF THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST – IN PRAYING THE ROSARY TOGETHER IN OUR HOMES AT 6PM EACH EVENING, SEEKING THE INTERCESSION OF JESUS AND HIS MOTHER, MARY FOR AN END TO THE WORLD-WIDE CORONA PANDEMIC.
We recognize that we are a sacrificial giving and welcoming community rooted in the gospel mission of Jesus Christ. It is for each of us to adhere to the teachings of the Catholic Church while recognizing our responsibility to proclaim the Good News to a world wounded in need of God’s healing love, forgiveness and guidance.
We strive to be a family, sharing our time, talent and treasure in Christian stewardship – a spiritual center inviting all people, through every state of life, to a ministry of service to those in need.
What Does It Mean To Be An Active Catholic?
Those seeking to celebrate Marriage, have a child or children baptized, or serve as sponsors for Confirmation or Baptism need to request a Letter of Eligibility stating that they are active parishioners and practicing Catholics. To receive such a letter, one must be registered in the parish for at least 3 months, attend Mass regularly, and be committed to a stewardship of time, talent and treasure. We encourage all parishioners to be active in any of our parish ministries.
Once an individual reaches the age of 18 (even if still living in the families home), they are considered to be an adult and need to register in the parish as such.