Saturday: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM
Holy Days: 8:00 AM, 6:30 PM
Thanksgiving: 9:00 AM
Christmas Eve: 4:00 PM & 11:00 PM
Christmas Day: 9:00 AM
New Years Day: 9:00 AM
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 - 4:30 PM.
First Friday 7:30 - 7:50 AM
Other times by appointment
Holy Communion under both species
on the last weekend of the month.
Rosary: After daily Mass - Mon.to Fri.
1st and 4th Sundays before
8:00 AM Mass
1st Friday Adoration
8:00AM Mass & Rosary
8:30AM Exposition of Blessed Sacrament
5:30PM Closing Prayers
6:15PM Mass (During Lent)
7:00PM Stations of the Cross (During Lent)
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Dec. 11: 7:00PM KC Business Meeting
Dec. 13: 7:00PM SVdP Meeting
Dec. 14: 3:00PM PADS (SVdP)
Dec. 15: 9:00AM Bldgs. & Grounds Committee
Dec. 16: 8:00AM Fellowship Sunday
12/16/18 1:42 am
Newark, N.J., Dec 15, 2018 / 05:42 pm (CNA).- In the wake of sex abuse allegations against a former cardinal, the Catholic bishops of New Jersey have announced the creation of a fund to compensate victims of clergy sex abuse, while details of similar funds in Pennsylvania are also being finalized.
The New Jersey program aims to compensate “eligible victims of child sexual abuse including those whose financial claims are legally barred by New Jersey's statute of limitations,” the New Jersey Catholic Conference said in a Dec. 14 statement. “This program follows the many initiatives adopted by the Catholic dioceses in New Jersey since 2002 to implement safeguards and procedures to provide safe environments for children and to provide assistance to victims.”Read More
12/15/18 11:36 pm
Vatican City, Dec 15, 2018 / 03:36 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- What is it like to stand “shoulder-to-shoulder” with Pope Francis during the celebration of the Mass?
Fr. Michael Baggot told CNA that for him, “it was an opportunity to live this common priesthood, to share in the one priesthood of Christ with the Vicar of Christ and with so many of my brother priests from around the world.”Read More
12/15/18 12:49 pm
Washington D.C., Dec 15, 2018 / 04:49 am (CNA).- At a time when labor unions are weak, Catholics still have a place in the labor movement, said a priest who emphasized the Church’s historic efforts to teach the rights of labor and train workers to organize.
“On the local and state level, Catholics are a major part of the labor movement. They took to heart our Catholic social teaching, and tried to implement it in their workplace,” Father Sinclair Oubre, the spiritual moderator of the Catholic Labor Network, told CNA.Read More