- Reverend William Antillon, Pastor
- Mr. Robert Anchor, Deacon
- Mr. Jack O'Leary, Deacon
- Mrs. Susan Wilkening, Parish Secretary
- Ms. Nicole Dunovsky, Parish Secretary
- Mrs. Chris Murphy, Director of Relgious Education
- Mrs. Brenda Ramus, Coordinator of Relgious Education
- Ms Peg Bowman, Music Director
- Mrs. Patsy Tonyan, Maintenance Manager
Closed on Friday
Saturday: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM
Holy Days: 8:00 AM, 12:10 PM & 7:00 PM
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 - 4:30 PM.
First Friday 7:30 - 7:50 AM
Other times by appointment
Rosary: After daily Mass - Mon.to Fri.
1st and 4th Sundays before
8:00 AM Mass
New parishioners are most welcome.
Please register at the parish office.
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Oct. 21: 2nd Session "Beloved"
Oct. 22/23: Roe v Wade Signup
Oct. 30: Youth Summit - Rock Valley College
10/22/16 7:04 pm
Castel Gandolfo, Italy, Oct 22, 2016 / 12:04 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Used for centuries as a private summer residence for Popes, the Apostolic Palace in Castel Gandolfo has now been opened to the public. Visitors may access rooms where Popes have died and where some 50 babies were born during the Second World War.
“Whoever crosses the threshold of the Apostolic Palace of Castel Gandolfo will encounter pure beauty,” Director of the Vatican Museums Antonio Paolucci said in an Oct. 21 statement.Read More
10/22/16 3:08 pm
Vatican City, Oct 22, 2016 / 08:08 am (CNA/EWTN News).- When white smoke poured out of the chimney of the Sistine Chapel on October 16, 1978, Fr. Eamon Kelly, a seminarian studying in Rome at the time, couldn’t have known that he was witnessing the election of a future saint.
Nor did he know that more than a dozen years after that election, he would be reprimanded by that same future saint, John Paul II, during one of his Wednesday general audiences.Read More
10/22/16 10:53 am
Vatican City, Oct 22, 2016 / 03:53 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Dialogue is a key element of mercy, Pope Francis said Saturday, explaining that when we interrupt others in order to push our own opinions without truly listening, we risk ruining relationships.
Speaking to pilgrims in St. Peter’s Square Oct. 22, the Pope pointed to “a very important aspect of mercy, which is precisely dialogue.”Read More